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

 - Class of 1960

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K X V' i ' N JY if 5 ix f ,J ' ' ,, W W f , u X f Q- l -' J f 'K f L -f K ef W j U . , f V 1 Q' , ,, ,- . , . 1 if A ' 'fi 4 2 2 Y , A , , , Q, . X Social Studies library was used as a study hall during the first semester but served its real purpose later. x 1 fl , U 1 , 4 M. ,f 1 ,V 'B Through the display window, anyone passing along the corridor could look at what went on inside. .Mfu-avfmmmwww-W ' s -' .,.- 4 , , .,.w,f,-W N A5 is ish QNX y 3 f misss Enrollment was the biggest everf4,256. Of that number, 1,145 were freshmen. Not only did they have to learn their way around but had to watch out lest they be shunted the wrong direction by the press of the crowd in the corridors. Next in size were the juniors with 1,098 members, and then the sophomores with 1,078. Seniors had the biggest list of potential graduatesfa whopping 935, an increase of 168 over last year. On the faculty there were 46 new members, of whom only 16 were replacements. That brought the total to 216 in the high school. In spite of crowded conditions, opening of school was very orderly and everybody accepted the inconveniences with good grace. They knew things would be better second semester when Thornridge would open Chngers crossedlj and classes would be divided between the two schools. Space mathematics challenged Miss Seebach's class. 5 1, ' 1' f Hrgrl' -gn 'L Prop room-Dick Magcr, Jim Etchison. Emfybaafy Wm .,.. Whdll' lL60l6h67f'5 6 Physics-Testing ArchimCdf's' principle'-Nicholas Alta- Villa, Linda Bark. 'I 3 , , pi 13? it if z if Q A 4 M ' J . , M IT 1 A 'P 1 .6 .J Ali:-'jf -' f Qi +- LQa..fcu...Jif-1 l,i3L,-.f---L fu.-V, i ,fi , . 1 Li , L., . 'J .,iM5,,,J'- . , .dwg .Ji . . M GMJV. M A fs ,iff .,,,. fiom. W- ' H asv. V- T3 . i J' fpmff- Q11 J 5. M , , 1. 1 - -, " s U MV, in , . ' ' H ' "W A, f Z W rr I. ,fy , Y Y , ' 4 Ig ' I A A Y 4177+ ,f ,g . N N .T , f V l ai . at IA is .W English Class-Terry Tinieh gives an oral report. Clothing lab lvhss Gantzert helps Ann Mungei and Karen Tapp with their pattern layouts and cutting would move .... mm' WMI clazffef Y'Vhen programs were handed out on the Hrst day of school, students who would be going to Thornridge found they were scheduled for classes where everyone else would be moving, includ- ing the teacher. That made things easier with fewer adjustments. As the semester progressed, some changes had to be made because familles moved from one part of the district to another or faculty were re-assigned. lVhen the move came, there was a re-shuffling of classes at Thornridge because of a shorter daily schedule. Thorn- ton elasses remained on the same programlas before. The mow mme in mm'-ymfw General offices-INTL Away lWxs Ruth X'Vills, joanVVogum was Maps in hand, Thornridge students and faculty made their way around the campus those first days. One faculty member made the mistake of zigging when he should have zagged and walked through a glass panel. Thereafter a gray stripe, at eye level, was painted on each panel to prevent future accidents. Because the gymnasiums were not quite finished at moving time, all gym classes had to occupy tem- porary quarters. First aid and hygiene units kept them busy. Groups went on tour ofthe new facili- ties-lnoys classes one day, girls another. , .. "1- , , y N , T' E New foods lab-Sharon Shelton at sink, Sandra Van Don' melon at stove examine the beautiful new appliance 5 y Tkeffkeffzeicgeilwezf ez beg pfezee I0 explore. . Unfinished grounds made Thornridge look bleak on a cold winter day if you had to wait on the corner for a bus. "4' Q e"':z..,,.NimnnR'a1fwme1:1w'w?' M 1' Memffmakyr EEA- Faculty mailboxes -Mr. Anne, Miss Nancy Ross Section rehearsal-Nliss Chambers directs Jean Faith Flanders, Harry Nolan, and Laurel lWcDill 'llliornridge orchestra. Wgfmff lt clidn't take long to learn our way around Thornridge, and we soon got acquainted with new nienilmers in our classes. Furniture was new and attractive: corridors were colorful and so were the classrooms. Best of all, as far as faculty were concerned, each one had his own room-no more travelling from one rooin to another or moving out during a free period. There was adequate storage and plenty of space to put up displays. Since the buildings were not entirely completed, there were sonic inconveniences. Music groups. scheduled for the auditorium building, knew there would be a long wait. maybe until fall. Qwmfzssmwwe-4-fzf, my .... and dmsef moved MMC! .... az new ximian! noumzf Wm 50074 OVWKQZ Qiiaig, Cafeteria-It was fun getting usvd to thc now steam tables. Balloting for studa-nt council-Joan Mchflillan, seated: Jerry Beilfuss, casting his ballot in th? clections. 11 .ur g KIP office was always a busy place. Plans and projects had top rating. Thorntonites took a deep breath when Thorn- ridge students leftfnow there was room to move comfortably. Best of all, there were enough seats in the gymnasium to go around so that once again we could have all-school assemblies. Crowds were easier to control and were better behaved because they were not so squeezed in. School organizations functioned as before. Be- cause meetings generally came after eighth period, there was time for Thornridgc members to come over after their last classes. It seemed good to re- turn to the old haunts if for no other reason than to brag about the new school. Sometimes they were even a little envious of all the activity going on at Thornton. A new school takes a while to get itself really running in high gear. 12 Thorn on C6l7f7fZf6l7 Social Studies Library-August Lentz, Lynn Morlan, XVarren Letzsch could use the facilities at their leisure. Q, m 5, be I ig... wiswsfe Purple X open houses included both schools, after games on 015 noihzhcg had happened . . Group meetings gave Girls Club members a chance to talk. Beverly Matuska and Darla Edwards conducted this one. 13 Top: Rich Simac is ready to go up for a shot as XYiIfrc'd Henry prcparvs for a rebound. Bottom: Play cast-Iirana Wiriss as Lorraine' Shcl- dou, Jon Pavelin as Burt Jr-fferson. 14 Afbleizbf Homecoming-Claude Kramfik carrivs the ball in the gamc- against Lockport, a muddy aifair. TTHS band performs at half-time on the football field. wmmxwnuwm+a.xwuwrw1wwa,p-w ,wg A .wxez . L1--af -. wr , mwwkwww .muah-wmwsmswu.1mw1fm-4 and Dmmazfzbf were ml! mt Thornton , Prop room-Terrv Rutherford, Ed Denson, Dick Mage1', Roberta Tagsherer, Jim Etchison, Joanne Juskevicc, Joyce Pinger, Beckyjoncs investigate all the facilities under the stage, Basketball season was nearly over when Thornridge opened, there had been no time to develop the athletic Held for spring sports. Consequently, all Thornridge athletes came to Thornton to practice and to play. The beautiful new stage planned for Thornridge, with its latest in equipment, was located in the unfinished auditorium building and so no productions there were possible. Since 'iThe Man Wfho Came to Dinners, was presented in the fall, before the move, and since 'gAndrocles and the Lioni' had an all-senior Cast and seniors did not move, dramatics presented no problems. Everything was at Thornton. The variety show, "Circus," needed all the facilities of the big Thornton gym, but both schools took part. 15 16 I 1 Q f P l e W 'll i M sis Karen Rickhoff, queen of thc Freshman Stand-Up, addresses he-r court as thc climax of a hilarious party. mm' 50 were Ike 5QggQ4gfWgzqFzgl1jlf. GAA Play Nite-Miss Bcgnochc, lN1rs. Bcicr, Bliss Broo, and Miss Cofffland take part in a red-hot game of volleyball. l s . ,nwmu Dancing royalty-Bob Burdett, 'l'errie Kopac. Dad-Daughter finale - M1'. Pavelin, janet Kipley, Sandy Anders, Blr. XVeiss, lirana WR-iss, Holly l-loc-bel. Helene Gottschling accepts award for the junior Class Hoat from Sandy Anders and Steve Benos, MC's. Homecoming was the big event of the fall semester because it lasted for a whole week-end. The entire school was involved in decorating floats for the parade. Earlier, though, in September, Girls Club gave their traditional get-acquainted party, the Freshman Stand-Up. Girls Athletic Association entertained their parents and Phys Ed teachers at a Play Nite in No- vember and Girls Club invited their dads for the Dad-Daughter dinnerjust before Christmas. Some of the dads had to earn their way by being in the stage show following the mealeand did a goodjob. 17 Thornton's advanced Drawing and Painting has attracted enough students to he established as a separate class. The group did a window display for the community fund in the Telephone Com- pany office and helped in the Christmas display, which was a departmental project. An exhibit of Thornton's art work was shown at the Teachers Institute at Rich Township High School. Thorntonls music department had its annual Tour Fund project of selling Christmas candy. Concert tours are usually planned every four years. Twenty-ninth Annual Spring Concert was the Combined festival of the high school band and all the grade school bands in the school district 205. Ceramics class-Judy hiahl, Judy Ceiser. Top: lN1ary jane Kwasny, jean Linz, janet Fielding deco- rate the Art .Department Christmas tree in one of the halls. Bottom: Vicki Anderson, Ed Denson, Pamm Hellmann Dennis Sparger, George XVaters practice as one section. a I 14 Ilya meamiime Drawing and Painting class-Gene jarog, Ellen lN'Iassoth, and julia Ziolkowski are models for the artists. IZLMQIZQS wenf on df mmf all 71Z707f'7flf0W .... Aw mm' Mufzb 19 1-7. t,lf+ a 'Q' git?-5 ' f 9, j ,. . V-ws. ----gms., .as . QQ' N A 'vita 4 Clothing classijerry Kelley, sewingg Jane McGeath helping lVl2il'g'2iI'6't Dow: Nlrs. Tondryk, in xnirrorg Carol Guerrero at machine-all at work on their part of a project. Physics experiment-Bob Burdett and Harold Beagle demonstrate as the rest of the class watch with interest. .Home Eronomzbg 'A stitch in time saves ninenfas the girls in sewing class busily worked on their garments, the Home Economies Department Hourished. Girls were taught to mend, darn, and patch and to make skirts, blouses, jackets, and tailored suits. Luncheons, breakfasts, and desserts were served in the foods classes. In Homemaking I. girls studied basic principles of meat cookery. garment making, and meal planning. Homemaking ll students prepared a Thanksgiving dinner and a Christmas buffet. Sewing projects were dresses withjackets or suits. Some ofthe girls made their Easter outfits including dress. jacket. and hat. Everyday Living girls were prepared for a future career. s ference amd Mark Charts, diagrams of wind movements, graphs, and rock collections are some of the projects of students in the General Science Department. Results were shown at the Illinois Academy of Science Fair held last spring. Chemistry Club programs consisted of discussions to improve member attitudes toward chemistry. There also were held trips and Elms. As in preceding years, Thornton's Math Depart- ment strove to give students a useful knowledge of sound mathematical principles. A counselor from the National Science Foundation helped promote this knowledge by spending one day counselling and advising faculty members and students. Chemistry labfjim Lange and Pat Nolan demonstrate physical and chemical changes in the density of liquids. Mathematics-Karen Greiner gives a report on nome- graphs to her Advanced Algebra class. Language Am Mak many zfelalea' fazfaaf Spanish-Lina Bellosillo, Philippine exchange student, admiresjohn Crichton'sjackct from Guatemala. SM iw ,. 5 lfgqiisfswfigii K Q v,.: English rental library-Wendy Muldownc-y, Norma Ankcr, sittingg Eunice Wleinstock, Rosamond Taylor, Leslie Burgess. English-Gcrrie Frei-so writes a quiz as hir. Zcchelis Class Carries on ai rccitation. She was absvnt the day before. 'Iii gf: l Graphic Arts shop-Mr. John Jenkins gives Harold Lipps and Dick Cooley some pointers about locking up a form, Courses in speech correction and debate have been added to the English department, plus a related course in printing over in the Industrial Arts Building. Print shop had all new equipment. Letter heads. name cards, calendars, and Christmas cards were among the projects students completed this Hrst year. Instructors hope soon to have a course in offset printing for more advanced students. Debate classes made a record called "Yearbook in Sound", on which they recorded many school events. Members of debate class sold the records as their money-making project of the year. The English department sponsored students in the State Speech Con- tests in April. with previous contests entered for warm-up. Speech Correction-Phil Goodar, Tom Simnick, Mr Simpson. General SCiCIlCCTlVII', lid jenkins and his class watch Norris Fields and Olga Olivcrcs give a demonstration. 5106666 Coffffecizbn and General! fczmce General Science-Eugene Baringer, Arnold Grzybowski, and Virginia Denzy get new concepts of the world in the Space Age from lvliss Rio's class. They helped plan exhibit. This year a course has been devised for students with speech problems stemming from nervous conditions, emotional upsets, and physical disturbances. Individual work was done in classes of three or four. Each student was given a program of study devel- oped by a certified state therapist. Numerous students worked on projects which were entered in the district meet of the Illinois Junior Academy of Science Faire others were selected to be on exhibit at Thornton's annual Science Exhibit on April ll. Language! were balk beard and fem Latin-Sonia Espen, john Lvrla, Susan Blessing explain a Roman aquecluct for the benefit of an advanced class. Todayis language students are encouraged to take third or fourth year courses to give them fluency in speaking and reading. In be- ginning courses, teachers stressed conversation more this year than they ever did before. Tape recorders were added to language class procedures to help students to hear their own mistakes and those of others. Using the jack box for listening to tapes, six students at a time, was also something new. Thorntonis curriculum offers three modern languages-French, German, Spanishgplus the basic language, Latin. 26 Little French Lab-Seated: Pat Ductsch, Carol Stevens, Fcrn Johnson. Standing: Dean Ovcrman, Christopher ja- cobs, Wfaltcr VVilkins, Rich Sublett, Tharon Nylandcr. German play-Mike Hoff- man, customs officcrg Bar- bara jahn, Eunicc Wfcinstock, Carol Shipper, tourists. 27 1, Pushball game in a boys gym class. Gym classes for boys are now licing organized according to physical abilities. For thc vigorous, ncw tumbling mats and Z1 trampolinc wcrc added to the gymnastics department. Boys and girls combined to give a Physical Education dcmonstration for thc P-TA. Pbyfzmf Eduwzf bn Mr. Foerch watches his tumbling class as they use thc ncw foam rubber mat sprc-ad Out on thc floor of Buda gym. 28 Relay race in a girls gym class. efewef bezel? 0lCZLZ'7!ZlZi?5 eff everyone Have you seen girls in odd positions doing new modern dances? XValk into a rhythms class! You would be interested. Or, in the next gym class you visit, you might find girls running relays between chairs or playing volleyball, baseball, or basketball. You might even see some brave girl shinnying up the newly purchased climbing rope or trying to kick the three-foot cage ball. X'Vhen spring came along, senior sports classes turned to out-door games. Arrows flew and Golf t- D balls rolled. The posture contest, sponsored by GAA, did wonders for the girls at school. Posture queen. Pat Altier, was announced at the GAA banquet held in February. Rhythms class-Donna Virgil, Jane Kavis, Edytlie jackson 2 l Auto Shop-M1'. Lawrence Britton C-I.C.l and 511: YYintc'r bauer finstructorl watch Charles Holtz, Julius Nabors and Ray Davis. Auto repairs are for real. Clerical Practice-Brenda Tucker, Nona MCClUll81'. Thornton's Indzlslrial Erfzzcafion Dl,f7!17'fN7F71f helped get ready for Thornridge. Boys worked on tool and supply cabinets for new shops, electrical equipment for classes, and completed the distribu- tion panel in Advanced Electric Shops. This work was made possible by new woodworking machines, band saws, drills, electronic testing equipment, and portable power tools. New courses offered were Architectural Drafting, Graphic Arts, and Building Trades Wloodworking. Wfherever you went in the Buszhexx IJK'll7lI7'l'77If'7ZL' of Thornton, you heard the Clicking of typewriters and ditto machines. This year's business students kept busy duplicating tests and booklets for high school classes and material for the public, learned how to use business machines such as dictaphones, calculators, electric and manual typewriters, and adding machines. They listened to tape recorders for shorthand classes, and took oflicial shorthand tests. Bookkeeping-lWr. Anderson checks Judy Hutterls work. .56 66762101 Mag ieabnzbzd nf in l7f0lZl'flZWg Electronics-Doug Liehr and Craig Jeffery use oscilloscope. 31 American History panel-Lynda .-Xurandhlulia Flynn, Bob Thomsen discuss important topics in lN1iss Comcqys' class. Social studies classes had some interesting speakers this year. Leaders of local businesses and local industries talked to students about various Civic topics. Most prominent was United States Congressman Edward Derwenski, who spoke to all junior and senior social studies classes in the auditorium. Informative displays in the hallways showcases of the Social Studies Department featured such themes as NAlaska,,' 'cHawaii,,i Hlllinois Toclayf' and uThe Civil VVarf' A new course, Modern Problems, was offered for two semesters, and two classes of psychology were extended to a year course. 32 L0lb07f0lZ'07fy fczlmca f 0615! fiuafzkf Chemistry lab-lklary Mathieu performs an experiment 'iScience projects" was a key phrase in all biology rooms this year. Collections of any biological specimens, reports on any biological topics and experiments on any biological theory were the general type of projects students worked on. Microscopes helped students End new interests. Intriguing dis- plays urged students to acquire new hobbies, especially collecting. Several new reference books enabled them to do factual work on research. Best science projects were entered in the Illinois junior Academy of Science exhibit in the spring. and becgzhnzhg .VCZEWCK rom bme I0 give gifwlf 0lD1D07fl'MWZfZi?5 General Science class-joe Dal Santo. Glenn Gouwens, and Nancy Shedwill demonstrate weights and measures of the metric and English systems. 33 Ola' and new eombmm' I0 make Thornton.. Social Studies class uses the departmental library. Osmosis demonstration in Mr, lQane's .biology class Joan Nuss, Effie Oliver using new visual aids. This year even seniors might have been lost in Thornton's library with its new look. First noticeable change was the rearrangement of the collection in the main library with white letters designating where the books on different subjects might be found. Philosophy, esthetics, religion, social sciences, sociology, travel, and history books were moved to Room 251 in the new wing, which was the Social Studies library during the second semester. Miss Bartman, head librarian, was assisted by Mrs, Betty Carhart, Miss Loretta Oetjen, and Mrs. Charlotte Stephens. Mrs. Carhart was in charge of Thornridge library at moving time. This year. thanks to the Board of Education, one of Thornton's traditions has returned after an absence of nearly two years. Once more there is a T-bench. Wlhen the new wing was built, the old bench was destroyed. The concrete structure, built in the shape of the letter UT,': had been an important feature of the Thornton campus ever since the Class New version ofthe old T-bench on Thornt0n's campus. of 1932 had presented it to the school. New location ofthe bench is between the new wing and the hrst of the old buildings, on the South side, near Door One. Last fall, the bench was too new to make much impression, but this spring it was a popular spot. Now Thornton is really Thornton with the re- built T-Igench sitting outside to prove it. 35 Clean-up in thc shops was 21 must beforc classvs Could cvvn hvgin to operate so pllSl1-lDl'O0ll'1S wc-rc handy. Print shop-fXlluc1't Voss and YVayne Swart unpacked and 115- sexnlnled two of the brand uc-w prcssvs, Industrial Education students at Thornridgc spent the second semester in locating machinery, building tool panels. and putting the shops in good working order. The new equipment was impres- sive. Vocational shop groups returned by bus to Thornton to attend classes. When Thornridge music classes left Thornton at the second semester. they were not long in reorgan- izing. They spent their time the second semester much as they had the first-in learning and ap- preciating music and in singing for all-school and public programs where music was requested, A hrst glance at the Home Economics Depart- ment at Thornridge led one to believe himself in a dream world with all the shiny new stoves and refrigerators in kitchens of pastel colors. This modern equipment made the work most enjoyable. All courses had been planned to coincide with courses taught at Thornton. Modern household appliances-Shirley lvl:-yer. Kathy Johnson examine the new washer in the Honiemaking kitchen lab. .buf Tbaffnffzbfcge Wm riff new Clothing lab was a hrilht and cheery place with the newest ofsewing machines and storage facilities. 37 X timed test in typing Class with 5 552: Z4-'f' 5? INI11 Clnuson in charge. Typesetting in Grapllic Arts shop-Dalv 'IXIIOINPSOII Glenn Van Dm' Smog, Paul ,,l'i1U1II1OI1Lf2i, Art Swan sou Syl' ew ZMDEWVZTKVS were 61 jbyf General Science-lX1rs. Garloek, Nancy Nelson, Bob Gray. It was a big year for the Business Department at Thornridge this time. The four teachers, under the direction of Miss Edith Sowers, were pleased to see their students using new typewriters, adding machines, mimeograph machines, and comptometers. Like color? The corridors near the Math Department at Thorn- ridge, painted a bright orange set off by somber charcoal, got rave comments. Mr. C. Thomas Dore, head ofthe department, was quite busy equipping it with desks, Chairs, and mathematical devices. Schedules had to be reorganized to meet the new time- table. Latin-eheeking aneient and modern geograplly-Janiee Riunson and Bill Sc-ab:-rgli cheek the map with the book. Art class-Nancy Nelson at the easel. Room Z0 expand ..., Each ofthe nine English and the three language teachers was thrilled to have a rooin for his very own with all new equipment. Language instruc- tors had extra rooins for audio-language work. In the Art Classes there was plenty of work and storage space to give everyluody enough elbow room. By the end ofthe first week. two student services were in operation--student council and the lost and found. Nucleus of the Council was the group who had been in the organization at Thornton. New ineinlners were added as needed and oflieers were elected. In the Confusion of moving. students lost more than their wayff-tlie Lost and Found helped out. 40 ibm' zk the fby of being all Thom VZZZICQE HHH! Q- A n Student Council was functioning in no time-Prana XXI-iss newly-elected pr:-sid:-nt, conducts a mc-c-ting. Surprising how soon thc' Lost and Found was ncvdcd! jim Galloway and NTz11'lex1C Frachcy, from thc- student Council, wore' put in chzirgv. 41 Hallways were spacious and colorful. Library furniture was ready but books still had to be cat- alogued and shelved. Mrs. W'inifrcrl Streightif, assistant, and Ml'S. Betty Carhart, librarian had amonumcntaljob. , . ,... ..fAW-WWW - Because the gym building was not quite complete at moving tiine, Physical Education classes had to occupy temporary quarters for a time. VVhile they waited, they studied first aid and hygiene. As soon as possible. they were taken on tours ol' the ncw facilities. A , wr. N. ,M W K The two new pools were far from being Finished on open- ing day. COW5fVMCfZbW WKWZL OW 615 CZJZIIHI mei Although the gyin facilities were not ready, everyone knew they would be wonderful when completed. There would be three new grins 1 two large ones. 59'x7l'. and a modified, 42'x67f. There were to be both practice and competitive pools. In addition. there were such features as a handball Court. a golf shooting range. and a soft ball cage, Qlliee of the building superintendent was in a rather unobtrusive corner near the front entrance. but plenty of business went on there. Keeping eVerybocly's property straight on moving day. help- ing out with all the little things that go wrong in a brand new building, and smoothing ruffled feathers was a sizeable job. There were faculty Cars to be pulled out of snow drifts, too, fluff ffuefefeif fzeeef Ike new quezffleef Cafeteria Staff-Mrs. Ruth Beauchamp, Mrs. Josephine Powers, Mrs. Imo Gibbs, lN4rs. Eleanor Hoholik-, Mrs. Florence Plug, lNTrs. Ruth Bogenschneider, Nlrs. fN1ary Burke. Lunch time at Thornridgc meant that the cafeteria staff had hecn busy for several hours. They enjoyed working in their ultra-modern. stainless steel kitchen. Miss Waterman. director, came from TTHS. Science classes moving into Colorful classrooms at Thornridge found that something had been added that'Thornton didn't have. A greenhouse and an animal room. to facilitate the use of plants and animals, are of considerable interest to students and faculty alike. Camera Clulfs darkroom is one ofthe best-equipped in the state. A super-graphic camera and an Omega D-2 enlarger are there. 44 mm French lab-Harvey Braclford, seated: LllXf'C'l'I1C johnson, mikv in hand: Carol Hall. holding book. Chem lab vxpvrimcnt on Pam Nfumlord, Dz1ytor1XN'a1'ci. conductivity of solutions- 45 There's more to a big school than teachers and pupils. Keeping a school in running order takes a variety of service personnelg for instance, that little matter of heat, light, and water. At the east end of the big building which has the gyms and pools is the place where all the heat is generated. Most ofthe time it comes from a huge boiler heated by oil, but there's an equally big one as auxiliary. using gas. From the control panel. the chief engineer can tell about the heat or ventilation situation in any room in thc several buildings. He has a big re- sponsibility to keep Thornridge livable whether the weather outside is cold or warm. English rental library-Nfr. Estes of the maintenance stall helps unpack the books English classes will- he needing. Boiler room-Mr Chester Niles, chief engineer, eheeks the eontrol panel to see that everything is going well. Bozlefff mm' book! Many TR feifafzbat One faculty member may teach sometimes but her bigjob is looking after student health problems. She is the school nurse. She learns to distinguish between the really sick and the would-be sick twho want to get out ol somethingl. She is there for Hrst aid and to help with health programs such as hearing and sight testing as well as tuberculosis prevention. At the school bookstore are handled all sorts of school supplies, besides rental tickets lor hooks and subscription tickets for newspaper and year- book. Need Scotch tape, paper clips, theme paper, ball points, or any of the thousand and one items for class work? Go to the bookstore! School nurse-Nlrs Valbert has a bed ready for emergency Bookstore-Bliss Linda Starks in charge: Jerry Snyder ettstotner. buying some much needed supplies. ..f A c l Efgjjmfgfd f K, 1 JD gig if N9 rf, C , G ,ij i fi 4, 'ga M, QQ S f-'Q LD qt S 22, db Ek Q- CQ '32 A 6 5, 5 -:gs NV - 2,5 6574? 432 , '25 "Qi: 55 Xi? Q, , A J X Q, Ua51, 2 C9 gg! K9 C PJZVZZFQ plazyvg 100110142765 K , , A A .-. ff:-if!" , K YOZGW H 'g,x,f'fM,- wf"ff ' "'- J' K, . ,4 NW 4 4ffTf',yfy7XZf Lf!! ,wfv fm' of q4d4,y5f MKW ff K' X , I xl 'Vf . iivfnz. ikcfff- ' Q LJZVLXMIIYJ 19 MN xx ' 1 li A ff f A fn 5446122 iv 'f 1 WMO ff' M' A ' fy W ' A '-' y 7 1 , A I 7 lf ,QQ V,Q,, jwffwfff 3155545760 L 4' E 0' L If Z!! X ""'-fx 1 n Zageibeff we had V f , , KL b4f,If5?Jc7J , 1,4 Stand-Up Chairmen-Row 1: Nlarlene Frachey, NVanda Billings, Sandy Znithoff. Row 2: Vicki Mose1', Joan Nognum, Vicki Anderson, Kathy Kiel, Linda Blunro. Row 3: Connie Miller, Alice Pala, Sandy Rhodes, Nancy Blayerchik, Sue Karsten, Joan lVIclVIillan. lYhen the ringinaster cried, Hffomc one. come all." girls of all ages ffreshmen through seniorsl arrived by the hundreds at the Big Top. That circus was held one Friday in September. Much hard work was put into the affair: animals had to be trained. perfor1ner's skills practiced, and Costumes and scenery Constructed. The produc- tion took a committee of fourteen and some one hundred performers. Stand-ups are an annual event. Freshman girls look forward to this big get-acquainted party. Traditional handshake at the beginning gets every- one off to a friendly Thornton feeling. Tboffnlan wefromef new gliifff all annual Sophomore Stunt-Pam Hellman, Roberta Stroll, Jo Ellen Mo1'1'is, -Ioan MQ'CL1llOCh, Sheila Eagan. 50 'Fifi Opening ceremonies included crowning ol' the queen, always the Girls Club president. Then a representative from eaeh elass presented to the queen a symbol of her authority: her Crown, her cape, her seepter, and her royal pillow. Zany stunts presented hy the four classes lol- lowed. Freshman Clowns welcomed wierd sopho- more side-show Characters, followed by junior dancing horses. Topping off the show was the senior parade of fashions and 21 grand Finale with all of the performers. Freshman girls were called to gather around the queen. As each girl passed the throne, she re- eeived a favor from one ofthe two pages. Refreshments were seryed as the party ended 'flemonade and cookies under the Big Top. Fmbmazn Stand-up Mimi Cienkus models for the Stand-Up guests Sophomore Stunt-Joan lN1eCulloch, Kathy Graefen, Sheila Eagan, Gaye Klompmaker. .Homecom '14 cg Wm biggest fall! azjfazzif :'XYhat a marvelous time we had at the hoineeoining dance!" 'Have you seen the new King and Queen?" i'XN'e sure elobbered T.oCliportl" "lYow. what pretty deeorationslu "I really lilied the theme iMt7I11LxDlS to Remember '." These were just a liew of the inany Comments heard after the wonderful hoineeoniing weekend. This year's homecoming was. without a doubt, Thornton's best. A pep assembly and parade on Friday afternoon started everything off with a bang. That night Thornton won a thrilling football game against Lockport, 7-U. Afterwards there was a Purple X open- house until midnight. Saturday night was the hoineeoining dance. a dress-up affair and the biggest event ofthe weekend, Crowning ol' the King' and Queen by last year's royalty was the Clitnax. A ballet dance in honor of the new sovereiqnx followed. After the party, Couples dashed off for a bite to eat and a Chance to talk over the weekend festivities. Homecoming Court-Seated: Karen Rickofl Alice Pala, Bob Burdc-tt Ckingl, Terrie Kopac Cqueenl, Paula Powers, 1Warilou lN1cCann. Standing: Tom Burke, Dave Carr, Brian Baurnruk, Torn Hinkey. Admiring the decorations they hvlpcd to Create-Pcter Audcrson, Louisa' Urazba, I,,z11'ry Hupe, Dorothy Borys Sandra Anders, I.ar1'y Iwema. Bouffant dresses wcrc' popular with the girls Clvoys tooH 53 54 'gThese are my people!"-Pat Altavilla as Charlie YVeaver at the homecoming pep assembly make a big hit. iifamecommcg Wm vm sembly was great. Even old friend Charlie Wleaver was on hand to say a few words of cheer and good luck. Although the weather wasnt very good, there was no rain or snow during the parade. Decorated cars, floats, and walking delegations competed for awards. The best over-all entry, which won the sweepstakes prize, was the Junior Class float. Best float was the Footlighters' i'Footlight High- lightsf A three-ear unit by the newspaper staff, HA Nose for News," won the prize for the best car entry. Thornton's band was judged the best marching unit. uSwim Suits through the Years," organized by the GAA, was labeled the cutest entry. YVinners of parade entries were announced during the entertainment at the homecoming dance. Wlinners received ribbons, and the Junior Class was honored by having its name engraved on the plaque. KIP, Thornton's student council, sponsored the homecoming alfairs. In the appraisal which fol- lowed. this was voted one of the best at TTHS. Sophomore float in the homecoming parade. K s 5 X gn ,iw - er My 315 . 5' ff . 'V' '13 35, A si' ' 4 Aix W. M? Si Q? Q. 7 y ,, M Tom Rottrnayer as Beverly Carltong Robert Gadbois as Dr. liradleyg Erana XV:-iss, Lorraine Sheldon. Seated: Bill Schury, Radio M. C.g Carol Scholten, Maggie Cutlerg joan Pavelin, M1'S. Dexterg Pam lvlann, lVIrs. lX1cCutcheon. Row 2: Ron Jacobs. Radio mang Bob Gadbois, Doctorg John Budzik, Deputy sheriff: Gary Pruitt, Plainclothes man: Ken MeConnaughay. lixpress- man: lid Denson, Fred Nluller, Choir boys. Row 3: Kirk Zimmer, Ron Henning, Jack Landis, Choir boys. All-frboofplazjg Cnc ofthe merriest and maclclest stage romps in years, HTIIF .Man l'i"!m Calm' Io DZ'7Z7ZF7',,, set the walls at Thornton clashing on November ll, 12, and l4. Sponsored by the Girls Club, the play proved to be a Hrolicking comedy smashf' The title role of Sheridan Wlhiteside was played by Vic Caroli, a senior from South Holland. The remainder ol' the cast was thirty-six in number. Presented in the Thornton auditorium, HTIM Allan H7110 Conn' fo D14H?7F7',ii was under the direc- tion of lN4r. Robert D. Zechel, Thornton English teacher. 56 'Tbefllma Who C0zmei0Dmne1fDmazZ0em hz! Gail Wfilke, Nliss Preen fnurselg lwlike XYilkinson, Prof. Metzg Lynette Soucek, Sarah: Vic Caroli, Sheridan XYhite- sideg Bob Jacobson, john: ,Ion Pavelin, Bert jefferson' Chuck Mosse1', Mr. Baker Cguarcljg Hlayne Sehuermann Larry lNflcGill, Convicts. 1 Technical director for the play was M1'. Richard YV. Pick. On his staff were Beekyjones, stage inan- ager: Joanne lluskevice, constructiong Wayne Schuermann, lighting and soundg Pat Duetsch. make-upg Cheryl Parker, properties. On the production staff were Marilyn Erdely and Carole Francis, general ehairineng Valerie Henrieh, program: Pat Duetsch, artg Kathie Zimmerman, tickets: Tom Renner, photography. Ushers were Pat Duetsch, Marilyn Erdely, Carole Francis, Sandy Heciin, Valerie Henrieh, Darlene Kadlec, Kay Lawrence, Alice Pala, Karen Rickhoff, Pat Wledding, Jaan XN'alther, Kathie Ziminerinan. Row 1: Bob Turek, as Richaid Stanlty Shui on H impton June Stanley: Deanna Bolniek Haiiiet Stanley Dax id Adams, Sandy. Row 2: Donna Virgil Mrs Stanlcy Jerome Badeusz, hir. Stanley Gym fazmf were vm. One of the favorite extra-curricular activities Thornton students enjoy is the Gym Jam. It is a biannual project sponsored by the KIP and provides a Variety ofsports. Volleyball, tablc tennis. and shuffleboard are offered. besides swimming, chess, and dancing. A dance contest, judged by chaperones. KIP officers. and members of the board and forum, is a main event ofthe evening. All sports are tempo- rarily stopped for this highlight. One Gym Jam usually takes place in the spring and the other in early winter. Gver half the population of thc school and many guests of students attend these school events. As the last song is played, fun loving participants go home with a feeling of enjoyment. y . Ping-Pong-Mike Vest and M'arlene Lusin, playing: Nancy Nelson and lflizabeth Streightif watching. Top left-Kathy Rooney, Janice jan- ocha take time out to chat. Center- zi full corridor. Bottom-Lynn Fergu- son, Becky Bruhn, Don Gravens, Albert liwan watch Dennis Sparger with his accordion. Gym Jams oHiered variety. Cbffzkimm Wm Z00. HDeek the halls with boughs ol' holly" was sung by eostumed Madrigal Singers as they strolled in the halls of TTHS on the day preceding Christmas vacation, part of the traditional earolling program. The Art Department spent many class periods making Christmas ornaments representing designs from stained glass windows. These ornaments, hung in all the windows of Thornton, created a stunning effect as the light came through. Each organization celebrated Christmas in a different way. Junior Red Cross made Christmas stockings and filled them with toys and goodies, donated by Thornton homerooms. These were sent to several orphanages with the seasonas wishes from JRC and other Thornton students. JRC Stockings-Row 1: Paula Powers, Donna Virgil Row 2: Wayne Miller, Darlene Kadlee. Madrigal Singers-Dennis Marshall, lira W'heeler, Irving' Roberts, Irene hlelonas, Gwen Sanders, Raymond Zander, Jerome Badeusz, Carole Francis, Albert Gouwens, Beth Belmore, Donna Kaur, Fred Stuart. 59 DW55-up 6210114665 were azlwvzyf bzgg' TTHf mem! evenly Tnrnabout weekend was eagerly awaited by the girls at Thornton. They had their big chance to ask their favorite fellas to the annual Girls Club Dance. February 6. Girls walked boys to their Classes, Carried their books. and opened doors for thein. A grand march heralded the dance at 8:30 p.ni. A tall slender mannequin garbed in a traditional mardi gras costuinc stood in the center ofthe floor while vari-colored balloons were suspended from the ceiling. Jan Kook and his orchestra played for this special event. The rnale population of school looked forward to this big aiqair just as inueh as the girls did. Right: KIP dance, "lVliSty"iIanet Uiojcik, John lelauter. Rich NN'e'isf', and Judy lX4ahl. Below: Grand lVIarCh, Girls Club dance-Richard Smith, Karen Rickhoff, jon Pavelin, Alice Pala. Thornridge students at KIP dance- Bob Paarlherg, Janice Gouwens, Harold Boomsma, Jane Rinkema. Girls Club dance, "lN'lz1rdi Gras"-Judy Swisfost, Vic Caroli, host and hostess. Girls Club dance-Mike Buckley, Sue Peterson Serving refreshrnentsg lklary Nlathieu, john Poore, Guests. HMisty" was the theme of this yeark KIP Pre- Spring dance, held in the gyrnnasiuin, March 12. This party took the place of the annual Mid- Winter dance. Music hy Tony Paige and his orchestra greeted dancers to a misty world of sheer enchantment. About three hundred Fifty couples attended this gala affair. Large trees covered in a haze ofangel hair acldecl to the niisty atmosphere. Chaperons included Miss Diane DuBois, N112 Charles Lawrence, hlrs. Beverly Ovist. Miss Eleanor SZyl1l2lIlSlil. Nlr. and lN1rs. Paul Wlessel. 61 2 'fx ig! Thornton's annual Father-Son Stag came on Ianuary 30. The affair was sponsored by the Boys Club and offered the fellas and dads an even- ing of enjoyment together. Open-house in the Industrial Arts Building gave guests an opportunity to visit all the shops. Following the tours. sons and dads moved to the auditorium to hear L'Miraeles of the Blind," a speech by Dr. Harlan Tarbell. Dr. Tarbell. noted psychologist and mental scientist. discussed mental telepathy and extra-sensory perception. After the talk there were refreshments in the cafeteria. Auto Shop tour-Mr. Kneeland, Wfayrie Kneeland, joe Newton, Calvin Newton. Projects and new equipment always interest both boys and guests. 62 Dr. Harlan Tarbell, magician. entertains Boys Club mem- bers and their dads at the Father-Son Stag. Boyer and dazdf M916 Twelye tense. excited girls spending a busy week of social activity were characteristic of the 1959 Mzty' Queen Court. Girls opened their week by being announced at an assembly, continued their social activity by being honored at a break- fast, and eliinaxed their week at the Mother- Daughter Banquet on May 9 with the Coronation of the May Queen. Afterwards there was a recep- tion in the Girls Club Room. Girls who exhibit the qualities of a true friend were nominated by .Iunior girlsg final elections for Qtltren and Maicl-of-honoi' were made by all Thornton girls. '5Qucen of Bly Heart" was the theme of the annual Girls Club lVlother-Daughter Banquet on May 9. 1959. After a dinner, speeches. and community singing in the cafeteria, mothers and daughters proceeded to the auditorium. A style show and the presentation of the May Queen concluded the party. May Queen Court-Row 1: Karen Rickhoff, Nancy Crawford, Sharon Baumgartncr. Row 2: Mari Lou M:- Cann QQuecnD. Row 3: Alice Pala, janet Kiplcy, Carol Pajak, Jaan N'Valthcr, Terrier Kopac Ckiaid of HOnorQ, Kay Lawrence, Pat Nolan, Paula Povvvrs. mggbi omg girly 6WlL67fl'0lZ'7fl maibwff Stag: m11'.sIOl'lIl Siville shows Off thc 1-lc-ctric shop. Linda Bellosillo does folk dance from her native Philippines. Gn December 12, 1959, over 325 Thornton girls asked their best fellows-wtheir lathersfto an even- ing ol pleasure and relaxation at the annual Girls Cluln Dad-Daughter dinner. Theme ofthe affair was c'Dear Ol' Dad." Following the traditional Grace, the daughters served their dads a dinner prepared by the cafeteria staff. After hostesses and guests harmonized in some community singing, they adjourned to the audi- torium for speeches by representatives from the club, the faculty, and the fathers. Entertainment ol' singing and dancing was MC'd hy Erana and Mr. Wleiss. Girly Jolie 42701523 Christmas Tags-Rusty Kopac, Helene Gottschling. Kathie Spindler, Nancy Hall, Valerie Henrich, Charlene Blur-tt, Nancy Godin. Loyalty Day-Row 1: Linda Dybas, chairman: Pamela Zesch, Speakerg Nlarsha Wigg, chairman. Row 2: Donna Salvage, sophomore: Gloria Wfhitney, -juniorg Beverly Ma- tuska, seniorg Susan Nelson, freshmang Rita Hernandez, juniorg Emma Moresi, scniorg Sarah Christopher, sophomoreg llintla Hawkins, freshman. J bell? needy kenezf febelem emeffeunefee Dads and daughters admire the Art Department tree- Zoe Kc-tsios fexchangc student from Greecej. Mr. Ketsios Cher brotherj, Carol Stephenson, Dorothy Stephenson B112 DeVries, Pearl DeVries. Wfr. Stephenson. Duringzthe solemn and inspiring Loyalty-Scholarship Day As- sembly, members of the Girls Club paid tribute to the club founder. Miss Frances Gordon. The annual candle-lighting ceremony was conducted by the major ofhcers and class representatives, and the pledge of Loyalty was taken or renewed by members. Following an address by the Rev. Mr. C. T. Garriott on "Scholar- ship and Loyalty," girls who had earned one semester or more of HA" were given scholarship pins. Scholarship Day - Seated:.Pamela Zeseh. Standing: Blarilyn Rush, lim- rna hloresi. Susan Blessing, Jaan XValtl1er. 65 fenzbfff pffodufe '71 nafffoclefn Thorntoirs smash hit. in April, was thc scnior class play. t17YIf7f1l'1Z'S and tiff' Lion. hy Gcorgc Bcr- nard Shaw. Mr. Richard Pick was thc coach and Mr. Glenn Schucrinann. the technical director. In thc title' rolcs wcrc Ed NCU1Il2lIlH as Androclcs and .Ion Pavclin as thc lion, Tommy, Othcrs in thc largc cast wcrc Norlainc Johnson, Paula Powers. Dave Cordcs. Allan Johnson. Stcvc Bcnos, Vic Caroli. Bob Gadliois, Tom Rott- inaycr. Kcn lVIcConnaughay. Richard Dcnnis. Larry lVIcGill. Holi X'N'clister, Harold Mitchell. Marthzt Dillncr, Bill Elliott, Alanct Wlojcik, Dianc Rccdcr, Dorccn Oldakcr. -Ianct Kiplcy. Beverly Broome. Gary Pruitt. Boli Btlrdctt. John Budxilq Del Sinnnons. Rich licsnick. Karcn Rickhofl. Pat Nolan. Joycc Pinger. Toni Swidcrski. and Prcd Kolodzicj. Play cast in rehearsal-Row 1: .lane-t YYo,iCik, licggarg lidward Neumann, Androclcs: Dianc- Rccdvr, Christian wornang lic-cky Jones, Studvnt director. Row 2: Kcn Mc- Clonnauqhay, Centurion: Stcvc Bonus, Spintliog Tom Rott- maycr, lX4ctellus: Allan -johnson, Fcrroviusg Harold lN1itCh- ell, Nfcnagcrif' kccpc-r. i 66 tgChip-Nuts" in thc Circus-Row 1: Tom VanSwol, Bonnit- -IaBaay as "Alvin," Al Gouwcns. Row 2: Sharyn Klacohsma, kjeanvttc' Vocqcrl, Barhara Scholl. Pride ofthe Art Department was Prcgcct l8, thc tower- ing 1-lvphant. Finale-Actors get in motion for the linal act of the Circus. VJWZEU ,thaw KCz'1fcm D Wm all-yahoo! Faculty stunt-Blrs. Harms fast-talks the bus driver. Dr. Logsdon. 'LA Circus" was the 1960 theme ol' the eighth annual Thornton Variety Show. An all-school talent production. it was presented on Mzlreh 26, in the gym, to a packed house. All students, faculty. and former students were eligible for the twenty acts, each approximately live minutes long. Acts included combos, tap, ballet, and modern dance routines, tumbling acts, songs from the musical comedy Caramel, a faculty surprise act, singers, and baton twirlers. Show chairmen were Steve Benos, Carole ,lack- son, Roger Hirschman. jim Borris, Alvinetta Roberson, Pat Masten, Valerie Ludewig, Deanna Bolnick, and Mary' Beth Elrnos. Proceeds provided equipment for all-school student use, especially in dramatics. 67 Uficemg 50vmcz'f.g 60617075 lL0g6Z'b6V we had KIP Ofhcers, Board-Row 1: Mari Lou lN1cCann, secretary, Nancy Dunlap, treasurer: Bob Burdctt, president, John Fyler, lst vice'-president, Jack Nlarrs, Znd vice-president. Row 2: Sandy Anders, Merry Ring, Rusty Kopac, junior board: Tcrrie Kopae, senior. Row 3: ,Ioan McMillan, Nancy Jack, Ursula Olling, sophomores: Carol Pajak, senior. Row 4: Patricia Nolan, Tom Hinkey, Dave Carr, scniorsg Fred Aprati, sophomore, Erana Wleiss, junior. fmeiem' Ceemeil ffemfefemf everybody Homecoming Chairmen-Row 1: Darlene Kadlec, decorations, Bob Burdctt, Tom Burke, Paula Powers, general: Mer1'y Ring, tickets. Row 2: Sandy Anders, parade: Susan Semones, refreshments, Nancy Dunlap, ticketsg Rusty Kopac, Coronation. Row 3: Charlene Pals, publicity, Jaan Wfalther, entertainment, Bc-cky jones, coatroomg Irene Kalesnekod, bids, Dorothy Borys, decorations, Kathy Graefen, bids, Donna Jessen, publicity. Row 4: jim Garofalo, clean-up, Fred Stuart, entertain- mentg John Romano, clean-up: Ken lWcConnaughay, coatroomg Larry Iwcma, decorations, Steve Banos, paradcg George Fraggos, refreshments. 70 KIP, Thornton's student council, with its executive board ol' twenty-three and forum ol' one hundred thirty students, is an active organization. 1959-60 projects included organizing buses for away football and basketball games, sponsoring the gymjams, providing for pep assemblies. and publishing the student handbook. President Bob Burdett went on the l959 European tour, after at- tending the national student council convention at Pittsburgh. Yiee-president John Fyler went to Estes Park, Colorado, last sum- mer for the leadership conference and training program. KIP Forum-Row 1: Linda Hawkins, Gail Gilligan, Sandy Toigo, Diane Rzab,Jo.'Xnn Bargiel, Diane Rhodes, Pamela Zesch, Alice Pala, Nancy Pavlak, Barbara Smoek, Arlene Shapiro, Maureen Jessen, Ruth Bischof. Row 2: Cheron Sims, Karen McKibben, Nlarlene Frachey, Barbara Enright, Jackie Brown, Joan Conlan, Pat Kasten, Julie Schmidt, Marjorie Hollis, Carol OlBrien, Maureen Nlarshall, Cynthia Ballard, Gaye Burke. Row 3: Sharon Burton, Darlene Kadlee, Darla lidwards, Judy Swigost, Betty Sella, Kathy Kohl, Sandra Spangler, Patricia Hoest, DeV0n Lohmeyer, Judith Maier, Elaine Burton, Judy Earnest, Sharon Hampton, Karen Koelling. Row 4: Richard XVeise, Jim YVithey, Lee Anderson,Judy Sorensen, Candy Loring, Beth lldmunds, Patricia Norris, Jackie Mottinger, Susan Stood, Marsha Wligg, Sandy Shepard, lVlary Lou Faliea, Gerry Carr, Kay Barnhill. Row 5: Donna Reid, Andrea Tawlks, Michele Hogan, Pat Lee, Ann Munger, Judy Ryktarezyk, Beverly Clavio, Pam Mann,Janice Podulka, Nlarie Bott, Pat Young, Gloria XVhitney,Joyce Meyer, Harvey Bradford, Roberta Fritz. Row 6: Peter XYasilkolT, Joan Wfognum, Irene Kalesnekoff, Kathy Graefen, Judy Tomal, Nancy Nagin, Sharyn Jacobsma, Pamm Hellmann, Bonnie Crawford, Wlayne Kendall. Row 7: Jim Alpert, Brian Baumruk, Tom Quandt, Larry Sandberg, Bill Doster, Steve VanDerVliet, Bonnie Short, Sandy Short, George Fraggos, John Dunkcr, Jim Dawson, John .-Xgqen. Row 8: Dave Guild, Dean Overman, John lX1cConnell. Marty Housman, Roger Milic, Nelson Smith, Dave Faliea, Bob Piel, Lee Rader. Jon Pavelin, Pred Mullctr, Wayne Krocker, John Budzik, John Coutchie. 71 Purple X Committee, organized to provide recreation after home football and basketball games. continued to serve Thorntonites in general and to train its members in leadership. Income from PX dances brought the Purdue Men's Glee Club to an assembly. It gave Financial aid to school clubs, to the community fund, and to the Faculty Association scholarship fund. It help- ed on expenses for KIP buses to away games. PX members, eighty-live in number, met once a month. The twelve open houses had an average attendance of 1,000. Members also handled the sale of variety show tickets. At the banquet in May new members were initi- ated and orlicers installed. Purple X officers-Pamela Zesch, secretary, Sandy Anders, Znd vice-president. Row 2: Christopher Jacobs, treasurer Tom lX1cCaslin, lst vice-president, jack Schmidt, chairman L PX manager a'a1a0e5 Purple X members-Row 1: Luann Logan, Carol Pagjak, Kathie Zimmerman, Karen Greiner, lWarcia Nees, Mr. Stejskal, lX4r. Henry Harms, Nlrs. Morrison, Diane Rhodes, Pamela Zesch, Alice Pala Donald Perry. Row 2: Sandy Anders, Merry Ring, Judy Bloomquist, Loretta Schultz, Lois Schroeder, Beverly Matuska, Patricia Hoest, joan Conlan, Gail Flanagin. Row 3: Peggy Crisman, Karen R ickhofl, Kay Seagle, lX4arsha Wligg, Dorothy Dausman, janet Propper, Alvinnetta Roberson, Gay Klompmaker, Joan lVIcMillan, Sue Markee, Sue Karsten, Judy Swigost, Marilyn Rush, Darla Edwards, Row 4: Jaan Wlalther, Pat Nolan, John Fyler, Todd Haines, .Iohn Dunker, Dennis Slusser, Wiayne Bukwa, Steve Bcnos,John Aggen, Robert Gunn, Nelson Smith, Jack Reaugh, Erana XVeiss, Bette Jankowski. Row 5: Christopher Jacobs, Jim Lange, Doug Liehr, Pat Lee, Valerie Henrich, Carole Francis, Tony Quinzi, Larry Bean, Rob Ring, Mike Kerr, Harold Mitchell. Row 6: Peter Anderson, Leonard johnson, jack Schmidt, Bill Gedzun, Tom McCaslin, David Fehland, Fred Needham, Glen DeGraff, Doug Diggle, Tom Burke, Dick Hough, Jack Scliiltz, Bob Burdett, ,Iohn lN'TcConnell. 1 l l 72 Boys Club-Row 1: Steve W'entz, lst v-pg joe Haw- kins, presidentg Vince Coppens, 2nd v-p. Row 2: Mike Kerr, Torn Burke, John Coutchie, Bob Farr, boardg Bob Mandernack, treasurer. Boy! Cloak Hall! Gumfdf 0640 566001 Hall Guards-Row 1: jack Marrs, captaing Vince Coppens, commanderg Bob Helton, asst. COITlCll'.Q Richard Ahern, Bus Guard commander. Row 2: Richard Rinearson, Richard Thurson, Bob Barnes, Ron Heath, Don Litcher, Dennis lVyma, captains. Trying to assist every boy to get the most profit and pleasure from his high school life is the purpose of the Boys Club with its 2.000 members. Club activities built school spirit and rendered services. Projects included the Father-Son stag and the Mother- Son banquet. Nlembers sold Christmas trees to earn money. Niembers and their sponsor provided an effective advisory service for boys who needed it. Hall Guards and Campus Patrol again supervised the school and grounds. helped maintain order, assisted visitors, and promoted school safety. Bus Guards rode all of the school buses, 73 Board-Sandy Painter. Ursula Olling, Louise Drazba, Bonnie Gruggctt, Sandra Toigo, Pat Lee, Mary Lou Falica, Darlene Kadlec, Nancy Jack, If Thornton's Girls Club could be described in a word, surely it would be "activity," In order to enrich the lives of its 2100 rnem- bers, the club sponsored an extensive variety of social, welfare, , money-making, and guidance activities which gave every girl a chance to contribute her talents to the club. Major officers met daily during second period, Board every Tues- day second period, and Council and Division Chairmen as called. Chairmen-Row 1: Wendy lyluldowney, liloatg Marsha W'igg, Loyalty Day: Paula Powers, Welfareg Darla Ed- wards, Welfare-g Josephine DeRossi. Floatg Gail Allen, Foreign Student. Row 2: Judy Hoffman, Sui-Ku-Lig Linda Dybas, Loyalty Day: Sharon Sheahan, CARE4 Barbara Kletecka, Home for Incurables. 74 What does the Girls Club do? It provides op- portunities for Thornton Girls to practice organiza- tion and cooperation through approximately ninety functional committees that meet before, during, and following school. Social affairs of the club include the Freshman Stand-Up to welcome freshman girls in Sep- tember: two banquets, one for dads and one for mothers: teas for faculty. mothers, and friends: and a dress-up, turn-about dance in February. Service committees like Big Sisters and Activity Point Commission helped underclassmen take interest in Thornton and in themselves. Girls Club engages in welfare activities for Oak Forest patients, CARE, Kentucky Schools. and the Save-the-Children Clothing Federation. This year the club sponsored a Philippine exchange student and was a foster parent to an orphan in Formosa. UHOW-to-Act" assemblies preceding social events and Scholarship and Loyalty assemblies were given throughout the year. Money making projects were also a part of the Club activities. Major Officers-Row 1: Pat VVedding, vice-president, Alice Pala, seeretaryg Karen Rickhoff, president. Row 2: Jaan VValther, couneilg Kay Lawrence, treasurer, Sandy Heeim, division chairmen. IDVOVZZZIEI oppoffimazn for az!! ,girly Chairmen-Row 1: Carol Diekelman, Scholarship Tea, Judy Decker, Sharon Baumgartner, Dad-Daughter Dinner: Judy Swigost, Carolyn Jack, llother-Daughter Banquet: Janet Wlojeik, Money-Nlaking. Row 2: Judy Kettering, Conference, Diane Rhodes, Danceg Erana Weiss, Faculty Tea: Mary Ann Diekelman, Scholarship" Tcag Carol Pajak, Dance. Chairmen-Row 1: Bonnie Grugett, Big Sisters, Janet Kipley, Service Award: Lynn Margaret, Club Roomg Carole Francis, Playg Dorothy Dausrnan, Karen Drefhall, Activity Commission. Row 2: Lynne Kavanauqh, Big Sister, Beverly Mattiska, Service Award, llmma llWoresi, Activity Commissiong Regina Dargis, Club Room: Marilyn lirdely, Play, Ellen Mzissotli, Nlembershipg Kay Seattle, Linda Bark, Refreshment Crew. A 75 ,. Office-Emma Nloresi, senior identsg Sharon Scholz, typistg Heverly lvlatuska, advertising. Making portrait appointments for seniors, sell- ing advertisements to help finance the book, sorting and typing identification slips, writing copy, selling junior pictures, and supervising picture- taking were some of the activities for the 1960 yearbook staff. This year the Thorntonite has 328 pages and is the biggest yet published at TTHS. It is unique in that it covers two schools, Thornton and Thornridge. To meet deadlines, the stall worked during free periods and after school as well as in the daily class period. Wlhen the rush of distribution was over, all the work and worry seemed worthwhile. Yearbook deazcz'lz'ne5 At desk: Sandy Kasprzak, Nliss XVashburn, lwiarthe Dillner, Sandy Sheahan. Seated: Eunice XYeinstock, Nancy Crawford, Beverly Nlatuska study the yearbook dummy. 76 Emma Moresi, Eunice YN'einstoCk. Sharon Sholz, Sandra Kasprzak, Nancy Crawford, Doro- thy Eisner, Donna Rae Kender, Sandy Sheahan, Beverly Matuska, Judy Kipfer, Martha Dillner, VVayne Tellis, Kathy Kleinz, Gloria Hradek, and Pat Young were the busy staff members this year. During November, five members ofthe staff at- tended the Illinois State High School Press As- sociation meetings at the University of Illinois to hear special lectures and to take part in group discussions. A field trip to Thornridgc, prior to its opening in February. gave stall' members material for copy to be written about the new school. 16660 ffdljjf bun! on 328 page pffojm' Copy-Kathy Kleinz, Dorothy liisner, Gloria Hradek, Donna Rae Kender. Cireulationiludy Kipfer, XVayne Tellis. Copy-Pat Young, Nancy Crawford, Eunice Wfeinstock 77 Sweat, toil, deadlines, last-minute changes---all make a good newspaper. The Thorntonite news- paper staff worked hard this year to present the school with twenty-seven four-page editions, two six-page and one eight-page edition. At Christ- mas there was a tri-colored. eight-page paper and even a second front page. Qperating the popcorn concession at home basketball games was a staff money-making proiect. Two additional typewriters eased the typing situation. Pictures for the paper were taken lay Tom Renner. Editors-Donna Kaur, departments: liloise Paul, ex- changes: Gail Kiltkert, Mary Mathieu, departments: Judy Gillies, exchanges. Circulation-Dennis lYyma, John Lyrla, Rich Sulwlett. 78 Management-Kathie Zimmerman, business managerg George Fratfgos, Gail Allen, editors-in'chief. Newrpazper edzforf NEWS STAFF ElflilURS'-Iill-fllllfj'-'Gilll Allen. George Fraggos .Nl-FZC'.Y'M31'lly7H Erdely, Ruth Schultz. Bob Sheahan Fmizmfs-Steve Benos, Laurie Flickner, Todd Haines Dff7dff7H6Hf'DlJDDZ1 Kaur, Gail Kiklqert, Mary Mathieu E,YffIHHgF"iIUdy' Gillies. Eloise Paul Sllmrts-Pete Hellman, Ken Mcffonnaughay lllfzkfi-lipe-Nancy Bush, Janet Lau, janet Wlojcik BUSINESS STAFF .Uunager-Kathie Zimmerman n11lz'erli5i1zgfSylvia Harper Layout Clzzify'-Sonia Espen Cirvzzlatziongjohn Lyrla, Rich Sulilctt, Dennis NVyma Students sign up in the spring of their junior year for Journalism. Those who are accepted and approved by Mr. Olson, the faculty advisor, re- ceive academic credit. Chi? A " 535331 5 ,rf j A fwf r A ' ' 5 f 3 - -- zg V - V ,, 'fa-if L: ,W--,vXAd,4,w4.1 General Staff-Seated: Sylvia Harpvr, Z1dVf'1'fiSil'1Q'I B412 llclward D. Olson, adviscrg Sonia Espvn, lay-outs. Standing: Lallriv Flickrwr. Strive Bcnos, Todd Haines, fcxaturcsg Ruth Schultz, Nfarilyn Erdcly, Bob Sh:-ahan. news. pubfzkb ikmy big ZQUM65 Sports, Make-up-Nancy Bush, janet Wbjcik, janet Lau, makr--up cclitorsg Pctc- Hcllmann, Ken Mcfflonnaxxgluay, Sports. 79 Lnnn Since Thornton had such a crowded schedule this past year Latin Club meetings were held once each month during the regular class periods. Pro- grams consisted of reports on Roman times and mythology or vocabulary games and quiz pro- grams covering Latin facts. Models of the Roman aqueduct and the Colosseum gave atmosphere to the everyday procedure of classes. At Christmas, carols were sung in Latin. Members of the Latin Ill and IV Club wrote and produced a radio program based on Roman times. OQfmp1'rs was the theme used for the Latin Club float in the Homecoming parade. Roman slaves pulled the float through the streets. Latin Council-Row 1: Rlillie Stray, Helen Harper, Janice Munson. Row 2: Linda Nloravek, Ursula Olling, Diane Reeder. Linda Thornton. Row 3: Bettyjankowski, George Seibert, Paula Eilers. Lnncgnncge Conncifs zfqznfefen ian' dnffef German Council-Row 1: Bill Dorner, Jim Lange, Fred Langenberg. Row 2: Lee Anderson, Jerry Sawyer, lN1ark Speyer. Row 3: lN1able Sundherg, Gunter lX4eier, John Fyler. 80 Gennnzn TTHS language students looked forward to the day when after-school club meetings would again Ht into the Thornton schedule. Until that time, all activities had to be held within the classes, and council representatives were the only ones who could hold regular meetings. German Council sponsored programs through- out the year. Outstanding were German classical music reports, Christmas skits, and readings. Thirty-Hve German students caroled at homes of faculty and friends in Harvey on Christmas Eve. German classes now have a new Wlollensache- Revere tape recorder to aid them with their skits. Games and parties were conducted in the classes on special holidays. A grand prize of a pair of Lederhosen was awarded to the student who ranked highest in outside reading. Franck Designing covers and gathering material for a scrapbook is no easy chore. It takes imagination. Students in French I classes did this very thing for their annual project. French II classes made original maps of France with its bordering coun- tries from such unusual materials as raisins and parsley besides the more conventional paint and clay. French Council awarded prizes in May' for these projects. A tape recorder and individual listening devices were added to the department to encourage fluency in French conversation. New books using conversational method of learning were tried out this year. French Council-Row 1: Dolores Boone, Kenneth Her- man, Bonnie Short. Row 2: joan lNfIcMillan, Joanie Biesada, Sandy Painter. Row 3: Dean Oyerman, Tam Spindler, Tony Quinzi. Vic Caroli. imieazazl of 0lj?67f-5Ch00! Cla by flzvam M Fiestas, pinatas, musica. and cantos all played an important part in Spanish classes at Thornton. These activities accompanied regular lessons. All the fun and fancy were directed by the Spanish council made up of representatives from each class. Games and programs were planned to celebrate such holidays as the days of All Saints, Three Kings. and Christmas, which are observed by Spanish-speaking peoples. During the Christmas holidays students sang carols in Spanish. In the spring some of the Spanish III and IV students went to see a Spanish movie in Chicago. Films with Spanish dialogue and commentary were used during the second semester. A new tape recorder and reading books were added to the department for further fluency in the language. . is x Spanish Council-Row 1: Drucilla Brtmi, Linda Zimmer, Fran Bourland. Row 2: Diane Banovich, Valerie I-Ienrich, Sharon Hampton, Nancy Fraser, Diana Lester, John Kwasny, Sandy Sehnable. Row 3: Dennis Rich, John lWcKibben, Augie Gonzalez, Tom Heimlicli, Gerald Lundin. "' 4 81 Library Assistants-Row 1: Hollv Haley, Barbara Helsly, Virginia Lester, Mrs. Lucille Blessing, Janet Wlojcik, Sue Glover. Row 2: Janet Stump, Marilyn Ridenour, Beth Rains, Carol Mae7ka, Larry Merritt, Mrs. Barbara Naylor, Pamela Mott, Valerie Ludcwig, Nancy Grofl, Judy Bloomquist. Row 3: Wlalter Wilkins, Jasper Ferrara, David Bell, Margaret Ahern, Stephen Johnson, Donna Virgil. Key Club Officers-Row 1: Bill Staat, trcasurerg Tom Burke, presidentg Terry johnson, lst vice-presidentg Peter Anderson, secretary. Row 2: Chesser Campbell, senior boardg Dave Cordes, international ofliccrg jerry Kickert, junior boardg George Fraggos, 2nd vice-presidentg Mike Buckley, 82 finden! 6l55ZllL0lWf5 Lilu'ar1.' Arsistanlr experience meeting the public, develop self-confidence. and learn responsi- bility. Although they met infrequently, they were able to complete such projects as the Homecoming float. They eliminated much coming and going of library-bound students by collecting interviews in thc library and delivering them to study-hall teachers. Her Club. sponsored by Kiwanis Club. is an active service organization. Their projects in- clrded helping the lVIarch of Dimes by participat- ing in the Chicagoland Record Fair and selling candy to finance a scholarship for a Thornton boy. Key Club is especially fortunate to have one of its members4Dave Cordes-on International Board. 'qi MAC Officers-Row 1: Sharon De avens, secretary, Eileen O'Brien, treas urer. Row 2: Susan Blessing, vice president, Sue Martin, presiclcntg Don na Voss, historian, were feeeefeez' he elf! efeemfimenif ,llerlfffzf A215 Club met twice a month to promote interest in laboratory techniques. medicine. nurs- ing. and pharmacy. In addition to field trips to hospitals. helping with the PTA carnival. and sending Easter favors to two hospitals. the cluh conducted an amusing initiation for their new members with the whole school as an audience. .S'm'z'f1! Sizzrlfex .'i.YXIiSfII7If.S' typed letters. tests, and messages. answered the telephone. operated inimeograph equipment. assembled and stapled tests. and did any odd ,iohs for which teachers needed their help. Each volunteer worked one period a day and gained valuable experience for a future career in the husiness world. Social Studies Assistants-Row 1: Sharon Scholz, Pat Whitaker, Carole Kerr, Kathleen de Gruccio. Row 2 Carolyn Miller, Linda Thornton, -Ieanette Voegerl. Judy 83 ClIf'I7If.YfIl1' Club, one of Thornton's new organizations this year. reflects current national interest in scientific thinking and experi- mentation. Purpose ofthe club is to stimulate interest in eheniistry and its allied fields. The club gives its members more opportunity for research than is possible in routine classroom and laboratory procedure. The thirty members, under the sponsorship of Mr. Lereher, are exploring possibilities of chemistry as a career. Meet- ings take place after school on the Hrst and third Tuesday of each month. A Field trip to Sinclair Research Laboratories was the big feature ofthe year. Others are planned. Chemistry Club Oflicers-Row 1: Linda Dybas, sc'C1'eta1'y-trc'asL1rer3 Bonnie Perkins. Row 2: Bill Elliott. presidentg Jim Bc-ck, Ron Jacobs. Ch6WlZTfVy dlDlD66l!5 Z0 rome . . 84 p Debate Club - Harold Ramage, transportation, Diane Banovich, secy- treas.5 Chris Jacobs, pro- gram, Dave Cordes, presi- dent. Debazie and SKCVEZLJZVZHZ Work, I0 when Dfbafr Club, sponsored by Mr. Zechel, numbered twenty-four members. Besides regular meetings, there were trips to the Lyons Invitational at LaGrange, U. of I. Invitational at Navy Pier, Northwestern U. Clinic, and National Forensics Congress in Aurora. At Thornton, members produced a hi-fi recording of the yearis eventsfi'A Yearbook in Sound." Members lead social studies and history classes in discussion of contemporary problems and also made scholarship plans for Northwestern's summer session in Speech. 85 Footlighters-Row 1: Sandy Zuithoff, president: Robert Gadbois, soundg Holly Haley, make-up. Row 2: Pam Bennett, treasurerg Irene Melonzis, seeretaryg Steve Benos, pub- licity. Row 3: Roberta Tagsherer, boardg Barbarajarecki, scriptoriang Sharon Rossman, board. Row 4: Wayne Schuermann, boardg Vie Caroli, vice-president. Pffocfucfzbn pffoblemg 2916016176 work bam' Play Chairmen-Carole Francis, Nlarilyn Erdely, Footlzglzmyt Club, sponsored by Miss Marian Roth and Miss Beverly Howe, promoted an active interest in dramaties. Board met once every two l weeks, alternating with the general meeting. X At the 1960 Illinois Contest in speech in Febru- ary, the cluln presented a one-act play. Fifteen members and two sponsors attended, This year a Thespian Society, alliliated with the national organization, was formed. Nlemher- ship was determined lay points earned. Ten points, equivalent to one hundred hours ol' work in speech and dramatics activities. was a requisite. In this year's homecoming parade the Foot- lighter float, i'l7ootlight Highlights," won first place. 86 JRC Project-Gaye Burke, Pat XVetl- ding, -lane Kayis, Pat Lee, Bob Caress. Trudy Patterson. Thornton's jzznfor Rez! Crow, sponsored by Mr. Harold Fuller, is a group of students interested in helping children and disabled people by means ofthe American Junior Red Cross. The council met daily to discuss projects completed monthly. This year JRC sent Christmas stockings to children, visited a children's home, and sent a Halloween party-in-a-box to the Great Lakes Naval Hospital. Every year a student from the council is sent to the JRC training center in the summer to learn more about the organization. oibefff buy JRC Council-Row 1: Nancy Crawford, vice-presidentg Darlene Kadlec, president, Jackie Forbes, secretary: Bonnie VVilling, treasurer. Row 2: Pat Lee, Susan Semones, Jane Kavis, Luann Logan, Gaye Burke, Trudy Patterson, Paula Powers, council. Donna Virgil, NVayne Miller, Bob Caress, Terry Johnson, Mike Kerr, Pat Wedcling, council. 50110101125 mfr! bare TYHS B0ol.'sf0nf, through student help. supplied textbooks and accessories to Thorntonites. Clerks worked before and after school, during homeroom, and in their free periods, vet every one of them made good grades. Bookstore experience, such as Bling and checking registers, besides selling sup- plies, was excellent training for laterjobs. Azzdio-Virzzal Center provides instructional ma- terials and equipment when and where teachers want them for class usage. Students were trained in operating and caring for projection devices. Be- sides struggling with a crowded school situation. experienced members trained a new squad of audio-visualists for work at Thornridge. Bookstore Clerks-Row 1: Miss Margaret Oppelt Cman- agerl, Carole Scvers. Row 2: jerry Kleckner, Paul St. Aubin, Kathryn Rogers. fl VC kqzvi yahoo! jilmf running Projectionists-Row 1: Dave t Shepherd, chief, Jane Clem, Q '1 Sherron lN1cCoy, librarians: Nlr. Blake Reed, director. Row 2: Rollie Conley, Phil "'l' Goodar, Richard Wells, Dan Bissonnctte, XVillz1rd Mont- gomery, chiefs, Ray Kruse, personnel, Bill Elliott, Harold Reill, cliicfsgjiin Borris, main- tellaiiceg Raymond Clifford, chic-f. 88 SV i"'!g:,f - X 5' so A it ti... -Mic ,. Future Homemakers-Row 1: -Ianet Bonini. Jerri Kelly, Darlene Roop. Row 2: Darlene Genius, Yolanda XVilson, Judy Kelley. 1 .-.sf'Sk:N-Q ' -M FHA riffeffm' fum we Fzzizzrf H0mFINHkFl'.f fy' slmrrzirzz completed several projects this year. They made favors for the South Holland Convalescent Home, constructed layettes for the Red Cross, and gave a Valentine party for the mothers. a splash party, and a pot- luck supper. To finance the projects, members sold stationery embossed with the Thornton crest. Dfversytiezl Omzpationr gave high school juniors and seniors a chance to receive vocational training from part-time jobs. Students alternated on a half-day basis between study in school and training on the job as employees. By getting into this program, students were able to earn learners' wages as well as sufficient school credit. DO lbzfovzbfecf on-fbejbb mzz'nmCg Diversified Occupations - Row 1: Diane Hamilton, Eliz- abeth Genovese, Robert L21- Qestee. Rav Zoeteman, Rich Schellers, lN'arren Hickman, Robert johnson. Row 2: Cedric Koscielski, Joe Bliller, John Smock. Butl lN1artino, Bernard Swets. Richard Vzisil- ooulos. Aloe l"z1rx'ell. Paul Sinwelski. 89 Nurses' Aides-Row 1: Donna Voss, Doris Fray, Niarjorie Jacobs. Row 2: Gerry Carr, lillen lVIeConnaughay. mater Bzblocgzkff .Nzzmfs :ll-Illfl' are students who volunteer to help the nurses during one of their free periods. This year there were seven girls who performed duties such as running errands. keeping the outer oflice neat. signing in all student patients, guiding ill classmates to beds, regulating the flow of patients to the nurse, supplying needles and thread for ripped Clothing, doing clerical work. and keeping the waiting line quiet during the hearing tests for underclassmen. This year all of the aides happened to be girls who went to Thornridge at the semester, thus leaving Thornton in a very unhealthy situation. They received experience especially valuable in nursing careers and also learned many things which will help them to become good mothers and home- makers. YFC 13 am mibmzbzsizb offcgvznzmlzbn Although the newly organized Yozztfzfor Cfzrist club will not celebrate its own first birthday on the Thornton campus until next fall, this active group was successful in sponsoring the organization of a similar club at Thornridge this spring. Other projects included choosing at random the names of more than a thousand fellow students to whom Christmas cards were mailed, and enter- taining patients at Oak Forest Hospital with carols Open to students of any denomination, the club now has more than fifty members. Meetings are held each Monday afternoon. Designed for those people who want to put a spiritual note into their school activities. each member is encouraged to find a deeper meaning in life through religion. YFC is non-denominational and Bible centered. 90 Youth for Christ Club-Susan Pond, vice-presidentg Mark Speyer, presidentg Donna Lowenberg, treasure-rg Mary Bul- lard, corresponding seey.g Susan DeBoer, recording secy. l 1 ,,, need finden! 6640 Biology Axsistazzis are the nine girls who devote one hour of their time each day to type, duplicate, take letters. assemble and staple tests. answer the phone. deliver messages. and do just about any- thing else a secretary does. Because of these girls, biology teachers devote more of their time to instruction and forget the routine clerical tasks which are so time-consuming. Clam' Pnifzrzjialf' flxsixtanls are the student clerical help for class counselors, Reliability. honesty. and maturity ofjudgment are qualities needed. They are entrusted with such duties as calling homes ol' absentees. making out tardy passes, conducting students sent for by the class principal, and counting votes in class elections. All are volunteers working one period a day. Biology Assistants-Row 1: Nlargaret Lee, Bonnie Cates. Josephine DeRossi, Carol Kamykowski. Row 2: Carole Thompson, Carol Diekelman, Judy Koneck, Donna Petit, Carol Celinder. Row 3: Sharon Krantz, ,lean Hoffman, Kathy Reilly, Donna Bishop, Pat Mion. CP? me ,girly for cleffzmf Work Class Principals, Assistants-Row 1: Lynne Kavanaugh, Sandra Anders, Nancy Godin. Row 2: Sharon Seerup, Lynn DeYoung, Kathy Graefen. Evelyn Dunnam, Miss Ruth Ross, Paula Powers, Donna Pettit. Row 3: Charlene Pals, Sherron McCoy, Sandy Painter, Sue Ellis, Sharon Jones, Carol Skelton, Marsha Wfigg, Marilyn Thyer, Marilyn Rush, janet XVojcik, Pat Kasten, Vicki Van Eck, Carol Finchum, Roberta Matras, Carol Diekelman. 91 A-1 l FTA needy VECVMZZI Future Tearlzerr rj .'i777f'7'Iil'f1 is seriously trying to recruit candidates for teacher training. Boys, especially, are needed. Club members made field trips to ISNU for College Day and to Beloit Col- lege, Northern Illinois and Valparaiso universities. They were guests at a TTHS faculty tea. Biology Club aims to expand members, knowl- edge in the field of biology. The group met twice a month in the evenings. Every member had a pro- jectzall were entered in the Science Fair in the spring. A Homecoming float, a Christmas party, i and 3 liemuend plcnlc were other ZCUVIUCS' Future Teachers of America-Row 1: AlvinettaRobe1-son, secrctaryg Judy Swigost, presidentg Donna Salvage, treas- urer. Row 2: Shirley Sailors, Bonnie Edrnan, Gwendolyn Sanders, boardg Chris Holtz, vice-president. Bzblocgy lD7f0jfCf5 kqlll' memberf bug! Biology Club-Row 1: Bonnie Perkins, presidentg Robert Gunn, secretary. Row 2: Sue She-merdiak, finance chairman Linda Dybas, treasurer, 92 Cazmem may 0152.716 Czzmrra Club is dcvotccl to promoting an inlcresr in photography and in pcrforining 21 service for the school. Throughout thc yczir. nienilacrs have taken all Thormonitc ncwspapcr pictures for Thornton and Thornridgc. all dance picturcs, and were willing to takc picturcs for any intcrcstccl school organization, Carclcssncss of sluclcnls is vcry casily rccognizccl by 21 quick iiivciitory of thc Los! and Found Dejmrlmwzt. Books. pcns. glasses, gloves, scarlls, purscs, and lunchcs arc some ol' thc conunonplacc articles found , . . ,.. . , . Camera Club-Roger XX 1-scloh. vice-prcsiclcntz I om here. Bluny articlcs ol vziluc arc ncvcr clannccl and Rmmm president: Edith K1.mm.1.. S,,.m.tm-5, arc cvcnlually Qivcn away. Lori and Found 561026517 01 big need Lost and Found-Row 1: Cl1t'I'Yl Parker, Ruth hfossc-ll, Pat Hcclluncl. lfnqcnf- Niorsc, Cammic Nfcllunicl, Row 2: Pain lNIumforcl, Joan lN4cCulloch, Laurie' Cluinn, Ursula Olling, Virginia Nlorrison, Carols' Kvrr. Looking for a part-time job? Sofia! .S'fz1ffz'f.y Club, under clirec- tion of a faculty committee. investigated job possibilities in the Harvey area. for teens. Anthony Scariano. lllinois legislator, who spoke of puppet politics and the steel strike. was sponsored by the organization. Pfrigon Club. newly formed mathematics group, urged participa- tion in the national mathematics contest. They furthered interest in math study beyond that possible in classrooms and textbooks, i Xl- g 'N ,V A Perigon Club-Susan Blessinf stcrc tary: Don Erickson, trcasuitr Tom Rottmayer. vice-presidenti Dennis W ix shall, president. Mark mdzo -'X Social Studies Council-Row 1: Marcus Richardson. Georgia Duchc, John Millard, sylu Nancy Bush, Zoe Ketsios. Row 2: Darrell Carpenter, Sue Ellis, Rosalie Nlauck fi lt il r N V' 3 Karen Johnson. Fred Pastor. x W 1 tl Q ' ., ,L ,. sf .3 ' y rx ,X - ' I T 5 N' -.ll . t 1 l X Iv ' V ,l. ,r 1 if-,X xy -Yu! ' i i , f , 1 '- 1 xy 'VU' t, J .XV . is A-1 .5 l 1' X , -.J t -. 1 , X4 M, K, . A M,-zu.. '9 1 -wjLg " .psy 94 Thornton Schools Radio Club. advised lmy Mr. Hlilliard Siville. has helped to promote amateur radio and electronic experimenting. The cluln offered classes in radio code and theory to help students earn ham licenses. Logical result was the assembling of a hatn station and participation in the national Ham Field Day activities. The club met eyery first and third Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. lt's the Iforyfeml This year these girls. under the direction of Mr. Norman Lahti. entertained at the Homecoming Dance. Variety Show. and Girls Clul: Dance. Occasionally they performed during half-time shows at basketball games. Hoofers, who are interested in perfecting their modern dance techniques. attend professional school and practice as a group once a week. Radio Club-Row 1: Dan Lester, president: Dave Bell, secretary, Row 2: Paul Jacobs, viee-president, XN'illiam Christiaanse. treasurerg Paul Reimer. activity chairman. jbb fu WWQ mm' daznCmg azlvpeazfeaz' Z00 Harvey Hoofers-Row 1: Ruth jackson, Darlene Bc-lmore, Barbara Berner. Bonnie XVillinq. Row 2: Rosalind Hecims, head hoofer: Roberta Stroh, Nancy Crawford, lillen Massotli. wrt Thornridge Band-Row 1: Cheryl Rumhold, Linda DeBoti Lindi Maclxay Row '7 Niargaret lVIacKay, Carolyn Pond, Janice X'Veeclen, Carol Cn ide Row 3 eiry Saw yti Glenn Gouwens, Jeannette Brandt, Nancy XYilson, Diana Staat Row 4 Fitfltiick Btuten Randi Stark, Lynn Neilsson, lWark Vander Wall, Michael lewis Biuct Vandci XX all Tod Booth. Row 5: -lanct lVIollo, Cathy Nlurray, Bruce Hctlland Bonnie l dm in in Lagestee, Cynthia McLean. Peggy Altayilla. Thom ridge mmzbmm pmcfzcm' m fh6Z7f Thornridge Band and Orchestra, taught sepa- rately from the band and orchestra of Thornton during the first semester, kept on their musical way as they moved into the new school. Practices con- tinued, but programs were limited because most ol the time was spent in organizing and in preparing for future programs. During the First semester the band helped school spirit by playing for part ol the home games, sharing with the Thornton band. Purpose of hand and orchestra is to help students learn music and to appreciate it by playing musical instruments. Most students are encouraged to take private lessons besides the class lessons every clay. Students who do not have instruments of their own may rent them for the year at 21 nominal fee. 96 Mixed Chorus-Row 1: Carol,Hall, Gay Klompmaker, lN4arilyn Fentem, lVIel Cowser, Terry Henderson. Row 2: Sally Conterio, DeAnna Zipse, Faith Flanders, Donna Zyeh, Joan Wfognum, Robert Schultz. Row 3: Nancy Griz- zell, Judy Earnest, Paula Newman, Judy Gall, Janet Stump, Dzintra Brie- dis, Bruce Gephart. Row 4: Pamela Misne1', Wfayne Kendall, Rita Her- nandez, Gaye Burke, Sharon Jones, Gail Dunker, Linda MacKay, Rand Ohlsen, Ralph Diekelman. Row 5: Barbara Scholl, Evelyn George, Ma1'y Bullard, Helen Harper, Valerie Hen- rich, Jamie Balhouse, Doris Fray, Lee Rade, Nick Beller, Dirk Vander Hout OWW 57001105 i' l l A new chorus and a new glee club were started in September for students who would attend Thornridge at the second semester. They were under the direction of Mr. Richard Anoe. Although they prac- ticed separately, they joined Thornton for the Christmas concert. lVhen these two classes moved to the new school, they hoped to move into classrooms filled with brand new equipment, such as pianos, hi-H's. record players, and records. However, since their rooms were in the auditorium building and that one was not com- pleted. they had to use temporary QLIHYICFS for a long time. Glee Club-Janice DeYoung, piano. Row 1: Jo Anna Cantrell. Karen Dienema, Becky Bothwell, Niargaret NlaeKay, Carolyn lVheeler, Janice Gouwens, Phyl- lis Dt-Blick, Darlene Eastland, Cynthia Ballard. Row 2: Donna Watson, Nlarjorie Jacobs, Judy Maysak, Donna Voss, Sharon Dienema, Carole Demay, Nancy Hall, Carol Gnade, Connie Den- Besten, Ruth Johnson. Row 3: Pat Hedlund, Paula Dalle, Sonna Parks, Sherry DeYoung, Jane Rinkema, Kathy Hall, Dolores Boone, Linda Sobhe, Gwenn Dacus, Sharon Batek, lvlarie Gowan. Row 4: lflaine Kolenda, Ruth Hildreth, Dianne Thomp- son, Barbara hleans, Bladelaine Auhert, Laura lWiller, Lynda Kickert, Sandra Shadowens, Niary 'l'hornhill, Pam Shortz, Phyllis Short. 97 Brass-Row 1: Carole Stark, Chris Cent, Chuck Mosser, Gert Barker, Paula Martell. Row 2: Robert Lakomy, Ken Houk, john Fyler, Ken Wiegand, Charles Bacon, Richard Robinson, Phillip Kolus. Row 3: Larry Lincoln, Judy Kettering, Bob Stone, Lynne Ferguson, Ed Sylvestrak, Skip Herr, james Needham, Alan Clements, Jim Rogers, Fred Needham. Row 4: Edward Swanson, Gary Pruitt, Delbert Jennings, David McRoberts, joe Schwantner, Roger Reynolds, Ken Brooks. Thmfnioni bzgg b 14621 Wm z'm,D1fe55z'Qfe Reeds-Row 1: jack Reaugh, Janet Propper, Eileen O'Brien, Connie Liestrnan, Barbara Pendleton, Larry-Bean. Row 2: jerry Urban, janet Orylion, Bob Davidson, Wlayne Krockcr, Reginald Moore, Keith Anderson, Ray Nyeholt. Row 3: Michelene Spens, Sandy Shepard, Karen Gi-einer, Leslie johnson, Susan Pond, Linda Moravek, Sue Sachs. Percussion-Row 1: Carolyn Pond, Ann Graves. Row 2: Nlichael Flick, Bill Goodwin, Franchot Germany, Everett Evans, Susan Pohl, Dennis Hale, Doug lively. Row 3: Karen Grciner, Kathy Kiel, Vicki Anderson, Leslie johnson, Susan Pond, Linda hloravek, Barbara Schlindler. Fall season is one of the most spectacular and interesting for the Varsity Band. During football games, there were opening parades and some well- executed maneuvers at half-time. For basketball, the organization was divided into three or four instrumentally well-balanced pep bands of thirty to forty pieces, which rotated, playing for all league games. There were also the community activities like Veterans Day and Me- morial Day. The annual spring concert, solo and ensembles contests, music festival, Honors Day, Flag Day, and Commencement were some of the special school performances ofthe Thornton Varsity Band. Clarinets-Row 1: Phil Hohmann, john Patterson, Ronald Swenson, Fran Bourland, Joyce Meyer. Row 2: ,lim Dawson, Robert Ring, Marilyn Nleycr, Ann Fyler, Wfaync Dc-kens, Bill Pawlak, Vicki Anderson. Row 3: Lauralee Lcarmouth, jim Withgott, Kay Lawrence, Bob Reich, Kathy Kiel, Tim Frazek. Band Officers-Vicki Anderson. secretary: Janet Propper. vice-presidentg Bob Reich, treasurerg Wayne Krocker, O7fCh65l7f0l an ZMVCQKJ Students who have a desire to learn to play per- cussion, brass, or woodwind instruments for the or- chestra or band start their formal training in a beginning wind instrument class. At the end ol' a year's study, the student should be ready for the varsity band or beginning orchestra. Miss Chambers directs the orchestra, M1'. Hopkins the band. Students earn a MTV for their sweaters when they meet certain requirements and receive gold pins for four years' membership in orchestra. The organization was awarded a blue ribbon for their float in the Homecoming parade last fall. They performed at the annual spring concert and also at the Christmas concert. Last spring U9595. nearly 110 members ofthe band and orchestra went on tour to Colorado. They boarded the Denver Zephyr in Chicago, arrived in Denver the next morning, and took buses to Boulder. There they presented a concert on the terrace ofthe Union Building at the Uni- versity ol Colorado. Afterwards there was a tour through Red Rock Canyon and parts of Rocky Nlountain National Park. Expeditions of this kind are planned for once in every four years. Money earned through tag and candy sales helps on D n C finances for the trip. Orchestra-Row 1: Vicki Anderson, Lauralee Learmouth, joe Foster, Diane Reeder, Pamm Hellmann, Linda Dybas. Row 2: Carol Ceib, Charles Claristo, Jim Gress, Kathleen Cooper. Row 3: Bill Cedzun, Doug Evely, lidward Swanson. Ken Brooks, Cary Pruitt, Roger Reynolds. Row 4: Jack Reaugh. Eileen Oilirien. janet Propper, Linda hloravek, Susan Pond, Row 5 Jerry Urban, XVayne Krockcr, Bob Reich. Phil Hohmann, John Patterson, Joe Sehwantner, Chuck lWosser, Paula hlartch, Chris Cent, Ken Houk, Skip Herr, John Fyler. Row 6: George lYaters, Dennis Sparger, Ron h1eKinney, Dennis -Iohnson, Fred Nluller. Orchestra Officers-Row 1: Linda Dybas. presidentg Diane Reeder, secre- tary. Row 2: Jean Pekoz, viee-pr4:si- dentg Joe Foster, treasurer. Thornton's own dance band, the Thorntoneers, has become a hit with students at the PXs because ofthe dance music they provide. Ron Swenson was leader and Dennie Sparger, business manager. These thirteen talented players formed their own combos, like The Moderns, The Shantells, The Manhattans, and The Show-Boat Seven. They did professional work outside of school. Row 2: John Fyler, Ken Houk, Ken YViegand, Ken Brooks, E 2 f 2 S 5 2 Thorntoneers-Row 1: John Patterson, Robert Reich, Phil Hohinann, XYayne Kroeker, Ron Swenson Gary Pruitt, Roger Reynolds, Everett livans. Cadet Band members train for the Varsity and Concert bands. They learn the techniques of their instruments so they can be ready to play with the more advanced groups. School performances are mainly in basketball season but also at Spring Band Concert and in the Music Festival. lVith their director, Mr. Hopkins, they appeared at a Community Forum program. , Dennis Sparger. Q ' E 5 4 i Q i l l , Girls Glee Club I-Row 1: Ma1'cia Cabala, Margo Belt, Nancy Anderson, Betty Ross, Jean Bclelhofcr, Phylis Landry, Betty Thomas, Frances Gengo. Row 2: Lee Anderson, Charlene Corrie, Barbara Fanning, Janet Dulcy, Barbara Garczynslci, Darlene Belmorc, Patricia Brundidge, Jo Ann Bargiel. Row 3: Nancy Garrison, Karen Caldwell, Terry Rutherford, Sandra Haslet, Janice Babiarz, Sallie Doyle, Sue Glover, Patricia Stevenson. Row 4: Karen McNulty, Barbara Malvin, Cynthia Foulks, Beverly George, Bdjuana Roberts, Judy Gilbert, Elizabeth Bice, Judy Peerbolte. Row 5: Nancy DeYoung, Carol Dahlberg, Gail Olson, Linda Lyon, Karon Burk, Gloria Bckstrom, Rose lVIaeander,Joan Pozdol, Lynn Jones, Candy Thornton. Cham! group! offered az mile Qfmfzbzjf Girls Glee Club II-Row 1: Diane Pikorz, Marian Kiepura, Irene Herron, Sandy Johnson, Nancy Mohr, Maureen Jessen, Barbara Kreger. Row 2: Crystal lVolf, Geraldine Stewart, Madeline Hainmonds, Jane Lowe, Sylvia Karlson, Mary O'Brien, Sue Mason, Chinta Taylor. Row 3: Crystial Rockett, Karen McKibben, Betty Porter, Diane Lee, Linda Ping, Katharine Stikas, Carol Hein, Sue Langhoff. Row 4: Maureen Orcutt, Doris Hambric, Sandra Schwartzkopf, Susan Nelson, Alice Lambert, Barbara hlatuska, Janet Parsley, Dorothy Stephenson, Sandy Van Laningham. Row 5: Cheryl lwlaek, Constance Moore, Jeanette Stoeqer, Jane McGeath, Jeanene Stoetfer, Betty Kirkland, Nancy Nagin, Kathy Kohl, Betty Sella, Linda Munson. f . 'K , -sp 8 L I 5 e V' 4- ' -I ,ge .I t '- I Keydetsfloyce Pearson, Carol Schmidtkc, lN1argarct Lynn, Renee Logan, Sherry Kosek, Charmaine Carlson, Joan Pavclin Fcrn Johnson, Sharon Scholz, Gayle Hein, Roberta Stroh, Sharon Hampton, jane Lowe. mf az!! Tkoffnion IZLMQIKWZT Klefs-Gloria Brozc, pianistg Nancy Fraser, Nlargo Jones, Barbara Van Dam, Carole jackson, Sharyn Jacobs- ma, Holly Hocbcl, Irene Kalcsnckoff, Karen Brunkc, June lVagner, Diane St.APierrc', Sue Xlarkee, Dorothy Rowe-A 103 Girly had az choke ofjiife Cham! 57001105 A large part of choral ineinlxership was composed ol girls alone, for whom Miss Thompson was the director. ln the girls glee clubs, freshman and inexperienced voices were trained for the more advanced groups like Girls Choir and mixed choruses. Outstanding voices from Girls Choir were selected for a special group known as the Keydets, who are a tradition at Thornton, just as the Madrigal Singers are. Although it was impractieahle for larger groups to participate in most outside programs, the choir did sing at onerchurch affair. Keydets are frequently called upon to appear at events lioth in the school and in the community. Girls Choir-Row 11 Sharon Scholz, Lauren Noetzcl, Lora McKinney, Florence Rogers, Sandra Toigo, Sharon Hampton, Karen Westfall, Terry Labno, Lina Bellosillo, Garol Lynch, Marcia Davis. Row 2: Nancy Lynn, Patricia Cade, Gayle Hein, ,Ioan Pavelin, Charmaine Carlson, Sherry Kosek, Renee Logan, Eileen Karlson, Nancy Bush, Laverle Wlolf, Linda Mitchell. Row 3: Elizabeth Smith, Carol Stephenson, Marilynn Lindskog, Roberta Stroh, Velma Suttles, Delores Hill, Garol Finehum, Carol Thurman, Joyce Pearson, Gathi Spindler. Row 4: Kathy Graefen, Shirley Krueger, Carol Sehmidtlce, Linda Munro, Sharon Schwartzkopf, Nancy Riddle, Becky Bruhn, Fern johnson, Margaret Lynn, Ma1'lene Puchalski, Lillie Phillips. WHT, H-14' 10-l Senior Choir-Row 1: Margo Jones, Janet Kipley, Judy Decker, Linda Thornton, Carol Diekelman, Becky Jones, hlarilyn Rush, Darla Edwards, Judy Kettering, Linda Dybas. Row 2: Meg Priddy, Carole Francis, Pat Altier, Laurie Fliekner, Carolynn Miller, Linda Boyens, Myra Rothgeb, Nancy Harms, Gale Fair, Beth Belmore. Row 3: Chris Holtz, Steve Benos, Fred Stuart, Brian Baumruk, Ray Zander, Irving Roberts, John Dunker, Dennis Marsliall, Gwendolyn Sanders, Geri Vrec- man. Row 4: Carolyn Jack, Marsha Wfigg, Gloria Hradek, Judy Harris, Carol Pakjak, Kathie Zimmerman, Donna Lowen- herg, Genie Novakowski, Barbara Van Darn, Donna Kaur, Marilyn lirdely, Lynne Kavanaugh. Row 5: Gail Allen, Carole Jackson, David Adams, Robert Gadbois, Charles Cerny, Dennis Spargcr, Bill Schury, Glenn De Graff, Halter Zukowski, John McConnell, Bill lXfIcFadden, George Fraggos, Jack Reaugh. Mked rkomfef numbered four Nlixed Chorus is the most advanced group for mixed choral sing- ing. Freshman-Sophomore Mixed Choir. with the Junior and Senior mixed choirs. participated in the programs presented at Christmas and in the spring. Junior and Senior choirs appeared in a special spectacular number for HCarousel," the 1960 variety show. Senior Choir had its annual exchange program at Rich Township High. Maclrigal Singers, a mixed ensemble for advanced students. sang in the yearly Christmas program, caroled in the halls at Christmas, and took part in several outside programs, appearing in Qld English costumes. Mr. Armbruster directed all mixed groups. S A new girls ensemble, selected from Missed Choir. made their debut this year. They were the Klefs, directed by Miss Thompson. ,Q 105 Cadet Band-Row 1: Bernard YVilliains, Eugene Vinyard, Ronald Krech, Philip Jarosz, Glenn Heitmann, Barbara Knight. Row 2: Linda Sopko, Louise Coburn, Susan Street, Leslie Burgess, Don Kreeh, Carolyn Crothcnhuis, Torn Zuhlke. Row 3: Janean Buckmaster, Bonnie Steeler, Terry Rutherford, Norm Cotton, Larry Swarens, John Olsen, Dean Horner, Bob Jones, Edward Rotkvie. Row 4: Sandy Zuithoff, Ellen Ketterson, Steve VVhitloek, Clarence Simmons, Lawrence Balducci, Steve Gee, Jack Grzesik, Arthur Morgalielli, Large emfoflmenif zmfzbozleaf Junior Choir-Row 1: Gloria Broze, Betty Wilson, Linda Moravek, Ellen lNlassoth,Joan Conlan, Joyce Buell, Linda Sorenson, Beverly Pankey. Row 2: Kathryn Rogers, Virginia Lester, Judy Lattz, Diane Carlton, Judy Couwcnhoven, Connie Miller, Glenn Beardsley, Jeannette Seiner, Lew Barnhisel. Row 3: Edie Krautcr, Barbara Powell, Betty Jankowski, Karen Brunke, Bernard Arendt, Robert Hock, Clark Hallrnann, Bob Davidson, Yolanda XVilson, Sue Karsten. Row 4: Irene Melonas, Kathy Rhodes,Janet Propper, Era lfVhecler,Judy Doll, Doug Liehr, Dennis Gray, Sandy Roupe Carolyn Salley, June Wfagner. Row 5: Albert Verley, Chuck Porter, John Coutchie, Terry Downing, Rich Siinac, Al Dehnert, Don Richardson, Steven N'Ventz, John Vankley, Joe Newton. Madrigal Singers-Donna Kaur, Fred Stuart, Irving Roberts, Ray Zander, Albert Gouwens, John Dunker, Terry Downing, Gwen Sanders, Carole Fran- cis, Irene llalonas, Bety Belmore. lira YVheeler, Dennis Bfarshall, pianist. mmzb group! Z0 be popular mierefif Sophomore Choir-Row 1: Lois Van Domrnelen, Connie Fulmer, john Godwin, Steve NVhitloek, Dave Mayfield, Ursula Ollinghlerry Scholz, Dorothy Rowe, Terry Shipper. Row 2: Homer Thomas, lVIikc Counte, Bob Hallman, Terri Bessinger, Robert Reeves, Sue Markce, Joan NIcCuIloch, Donna Trornbini, Row 3: Vicki Van Eck, james Tucker, Minnie Thomas, Marcus Richardson, Claude Steele, Diane St. Pierre, julie Jacks, Robert Edwards, Jan Frieling. Row 4: Irene Kalesnekoff, Ma1'gie Varner, Donna Salvage, Holly Hoebel, Evelyn Dunnarn, Russell Bukwa, Earl Lintner, Todd Downing, Bill Dorner, Pam Mann. Row 5: jean Nelson, Shziryn Jacobsma, Kenneth Herman, Bill Guzaski, Dennis Miller, Bob Piel, Darryl Stieg- man, Bob Turek, Robert Dahl, Ronald Johnson. .mr Avila ,rs 107 M M9 WW M W 'U W , W X0 M M ,U MQ X JW QM My if - f 5 fx UW f ARQWMW If Fall Wmfwg vyyffmcg iogefbeff we had Pep stunts had the crowd laughing. Ouidooff 11750 565555155 wwe Purplettes were rcady to perform. 110 Thornton had a cold, sloppy. but a very pros- perous 1959 football season as the boys came out of battle with two championships and a second place berth in South Suburban League competi- tion. These honors were possible by a great exhibition of team effort and school spirit. Three well-timed pep assemblies gave Thorn- ton's three football teams all of the spirit they needed to defeat the two opponents they usually had to confront-frival teams and the weather. l'Vhat more could a person ask! Girls Club refreshment crew took charge of selling hot choco- late, hot dogs, popcorn. and many other edibles to keep Thornton spectators cheerful. After every home game, Thornton students took refuge in the big gym for the Purple X open house which was always a big affair. weather or not. P Pep meetlngs meant early dismissal from classes Mugging the camera.-Dave Carr, Torn Hinkey, Dennis Loy Larry Iwema Jon Pavelin Tom Burke 5 JF am? .J Q Q Q 4 S B ew: . uf' . 1 . 4, v .Q wr 4 ' QQ 5 sm 'X Q f ew W 7 I 1 3, , . .f Q , MZ A Q21 M, wgw nz www Q af' f-Sw' u .54 , .W f.. 0 'wr ig - 0 2' Qngqg Starting the 1959 football season off on the right track hy defeating their first three opponentsflkfatikegan, 13-7, Elgin, 19-13, and Fractional North, 25-12, the Thornton W'ildcats ex- tended their victory string to ten games over a period of two SC21- sons. Traveling to Mtiskegoii Heights, Michigziii, Coach Tiny Huddlestun's team tasted defeat as Muskegon's Panthers edged the Cats, 9-6. Showing that they still had the Thornton spirit, the VVildcats came hack to dim scrappy Argos title hopes with a sound 21-6 victory. The following week Thornton was dealt a 6-0 defeat by the troublesome Blue Island Cardinals. Thorntonas Claude Kracik scores Thornton's final touch- Thornton defenderhlohn Buck, lunges for a Lockport run- down of the season against Kankakee, with seconds to play. ner in Thornton's muddy homecoming battle, a 7-0 triumph. Brian Baumruk f23J has a rough time getting away from Kankakee defenders. XVayne Nlillcr 1241 makes a line block on 49 to spring Baumruk loose. Thornton won, 25-0. 113 -Q-vw I h A l 'ffk' 3, Mt Tom Maeander throws a key block as Baumruk returns the KKK opener. Other Thornton players areklerry Gruszezyk, Ab Randle El, John Klein, Wlayne Miller, and Dwight Lewis. , Playing in 1I1L1Cl and snow most ofthe season, the scrappy lVildcats made their muddy homecoming a success as they shut out the Lockport Porters, 7-O. Traveling to Chicago Heights to be entertained by their arch- rivals, the Bloom Trojans, Thornton not only had to defeat the Trojans, but their constant foe alsofthe weather. Wlildcats ac- complished this feat as they outslipped Bloom and gained a 21-7 victory over the Trojans. This l'Vildcat victory enabled Thornton to stay close behind Blue lsland in the race for the South Suhurhan league championship. Highlighting Thornton's rout of Bloom this season was Brian Baumruk's ninety-nine yard punt return which came in the Hrst quarter. giving the team all the enthusiasm they needed to defeat Bloom. Despite playing in the worst weather conditions ol the season. Thornton proved to he too much for the Kankakee Kays as the Cats won. 25-0. This victory gave them a 7-2 overall record and a 4-1 league record. making them eo-champions with Blue lsland. 114 Pep Club-Row 1: Jaan YValtl1Qr, sc'c'r6tary3 janet Kiplcy, president: Pam Follrner. vice-president: Nancy jack, treas- urcr. Row 2: Pat Altavilla, Darlene Kadlvc, Sandy Hccim, Nicg Priddy, Committee chairmen. Row 3: Ivlari Lou lWCCann, Louise Drazba, Nancy Schwarz, chairinvn. Color Guard- Steve GCC, Arthur Morganclli, Dean Horner, Norman Cotton-preceded opening ceremonies. wzlfed for ber! in .SDECZLJZZLOV Vibiffzi' Twirlers-Row 1: Carol Franson, jenny Nimon, Janice Janocha, Dr-lorcs Franson, varsity. Row 2: Barbara Berncr, Katie Dc-any, Shirlyella Zanders, Patricia T0wns, XIV twirlers. Row 3: Judy Huttcr, Coleen M0l'FiSOH, Lynn Fasciafdrum majorettcj, Sharon Sikma, Joy Strobo, varsity. 'wifi . f 5 W 'fs "-- :' 'f : -W ff . .1 'J-'7f'fY." ?4- if a"'w'1-KA-""'i'?' f , f .f f- f"i'1' '2f "f:."' wi A ? u....,.'.L.:e-qs,-.f . Fro yells instructions to Miller, Jim Alpert, and Rich Tesar. Leroy Coxon ffrontj finds the wintry game tough. 1 1959 Fooib Il Six Thornton players made the All-South Suburban League football squad. Those players were backfield stars Joe Hawkins and Brian Baum- ruk, and linemen Alan Johnson, Alan Lindsay. Wfilfred Henry, and Abidula Randle El. Halfback VVayne Miller and quarterback Bob Caress re- ceived honorable mention. In addition to being an all-conference and all-Chicago area choice, Johnson received all-state recommendation. 1959 varsity football letter winners voted half- back Brian Baumruk most valuable player and elected fullback Joe Hawkins honorary captain. Varsity,jV Squads-Row 1: Gordon Krick Cmanagerb, Herbert Hoover, Joe Hawkins, Vince Coppens, George Dinkel, Jim Gawlick, Fred Morache, Wayne Miller, Dwight Lewis, jim hiackey. Row 2: Coach Frank Bauman, jim Garofalo, jerry Gilmore, Claude Kracik, Jerry Travis, Abby Randle El, Nick Altavilla, Torn Macander, Dennis Gawlick, john Buck, Brian Baumruk, Ray Maurer. Row 3: Coach Bill Purden, Coach Frank Froschauer, Bob Caress, 116 Thornton's JY football team finished the 1959 season with an even record of one win and one loss. Alter heating' Kankakee, 12-O, the team lost to Argo. 13-6. This game ended a string of seven victories that Thornton JY teams had racked up over 21 period of three seasons behind the tutoring olcoaches Frank Bauman and Bill Purden. In their last eight games, Thornton JV teams have scored 129 points while holding their op- ponents to a meager 26. Pacing this year's team, were Wlayne Nliller, Vince Coppens, Nick Alta- villa, and Steve Wlithev in the hackfield. Two outstanding linemen were Terry Johnson and Nick Nardi. Thorn ton T horn ton ..,, . . . Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thorn ton Thorn ton Varsity Scores 13 Ntkiukegan .... 19 lilgin .,,.,....... 25 Fractional CNJ .... ,7 Muskegon Heights 21 Argo .,......... .0 Blue Island ....... .7 Lockport ,.., 21 Bloom ..,.., 25 Kankakee ..., Junior Varsity .6 Argo 12 Kankakee .... Wiilfred Henry, John Klein. Terry Kickert, Vern Dolberry, YVayne Krass, Moose Johnson, Ozzie Childress, Allan Lindsay, Ernest Kleekner, Gary Giese, Coach Huddlestun. Row 4: Terry Johnson, Glen Nkieaver, Bob Farr, Steve NVithey. Don Colder, Phil Morley, Chuck Paarl- berg, Rich Tesar,Jim Alpert, Nick Nardi, Jerry Gruszczyk, Teddy Czech, Steve Wientz, Renault Banks, Rich Grippando. Sophomore Football-Row 1: Nlike Buckley, Bill Collias, Glenn Beckelgjoe lVIancuso,.Ierry Shearer, Matt Lojas, R. V. King. Row 2: Steve Smith, Fred Aprati, jeff Parham, John Leensvaart, lN4ike Faoro, Arny Zwiefel, Bob Hudson, Leroy jackson. Row 3: XVayne Swart, Paul Bentley, Tom Berry, Herman Christopher, Ron Johnson, Bob Marek, Rich Cubalchini, Bruce WVells, Bob Mandernack. Row 4: Coach Mel De Graff, Dennis Fillippo, Rog Eagan, Rich Finnell, George Prater, Dennis Slusser, joe Wlarnell, Gary Holmes, Glen Wfeaver, John McKibben, Coach Jack Robinson. Row 5: Morris Johnson, Ervin Bratcher, Ron Clark, Ed QTonyj Bishop, Barry Thomas, Larry Muehring, Cliff Hawkins, Mike jerding, Ted Fournoy. Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thorn ton Thornton Thornton. .... . . . . Soph Scores 13 Wfaukegan , . . . 37 2 1 Argo .,...... 1 4 Blue Island . . , 14 Lockport ..., . 7 Bloom .... 1 'S Kankakee .... .6 Elgin ......... Fractional QNJ ,,.. . . . A speedy Blue Island back carries the ball around end only to ind John Buck there to meet him with a jarring tackle. fophomoffe 56015014 Thornton's Frosh-Soph football team finished the 1959 season with a 5-3 overall record. After losing their first two games of the campaign to YVaukegan, 19-13, and Elgin. 15-6, the XVildkits. under the expert guidance of coaches .lack Robin- son and Mel DeGrafl', came back to win five of their six conference games. They finished second in the league behind Bloom, who defeated them, 20-O. Gutstanding players for the Frosh-Soph team were lnackfield stars john Mcliibben, Ted Flour- noy, Joe YVarnell, and Glenn Becker, and linemen jeff Parham, Leroy Jackson, Bruce Clark, and Glenn Weaver. The latter moved up to the Varsity team after playing in four Frosh-Soph games. Top scorers on the team were McKiblmen and Flournoy. combining to score sixteen TD,s. Freshman Football-Row 1: Eugene Johnston, N'Valter Kowalczyk, Sain Ross, Bill Wlojtanowski, John Godwin, Bob Klenk. Row 2: Wlalter Sanders, Wfalter Liszka, Charles Jolliff, Dave Blake, Bob Czarnecki, Vernell Wlhite, Patrick Burton. Row 3: Ken Foster fmanagerj, Tom XVebster, XVarren Stiegman, Jim Swiatek, Bob Piel, Garold Boomsma, Ronald Pacyga, Julius Martin, Bob Paarlberg, John Wlatkins. Row 4: Bob Krga, Bd Jeske, Tom Jones, Bob Harrison, Joe Ryktarczyk, Roger Brassfield, Randy Carlson, Ted Lamaeki, Dave Kolton, Earl Medlen, Coach Bob Blaha. Row 5: Barney Eilers, Bill Doster, Gerald Grippando, Gary Koester, Jim McNulty, Doug Shearer, John Monyko, Dan Gilmore, Jim XVilkers0n, Bob Szlaius, Jim Withey. Fmkmvm f 6015014 After dropping their first game of the season to Joliet. 6-O, in an exhibition tilt, the freshman football squad rebounded to win five straight games from Bloom, Lockport, Argo, Blue Island, and Kankakee in compiling a 5-1 record for the 1959 season. Freshman coaches, Ted Czech and Bob Blaha, thought this team the best since 1953, when the freshman boys built up a 6-O record. Boys mainly responsible for the great 1959 team were Jim Wlilkerson, Charles Joliff, Harold Boomsma, Dave Colton, Ron Pacyga, and Bill Doster. Top scorers for the frosh squad were Joliff and YVilkerson. Frosh team enthusiasm was shown when they defeated Argo and Blue Island with identical scores of 30-7. On the season the Frosh totalled 111 points while limiting their opponents to:26. Thorn ton Thornton .... , . . Thornton .... . . . Thornton Thornton Thornton .... . . . FROSH SCORES .,O Joliet .30 Argo .... .30 Blue Island .26 Lockport , .12 Bloom . . . . 13 Kankakee. Baumruk carries the ball around end foi a ble gain against Lockport. Gruszczyk watches a defendei miss his tackle Cheerleaders-Row 1: Pat Nolan, Tcrric Kopac, Carol Pajak, Nancy Crawford, captain, Paula Powers, Bonnie Willing, varsity. Row 2: Sharon Bouclrcau, Merry Ring, Ellen Massoth, Rusty Kopac, Ruth jackson, Nancy Dun- lap, junior varsity. f 61f7!Zf6 Cgffoulw Z.7flfllD07flL6l7flf Purplelettes-Row 1: Joan lVIcCul1och, Sandy Kainrath, Sandy Blair, Jackie Gray, Pat Wfeinstock. Row 2: Phyllis Posey, Erncstine Philpot, Karen Mouth, Wendy Miildowney, Cheryl Goss, Erika Lcidingcr, Josephine DcRossi. Row 3: Sandy Caillouctte, Chris Holtz, Gail -Ianus, Carole Jackson Cprcsidcnth, Pat Duetsch, Fern johnson, Mal'gO Hop- man. 120 W S S SS Urban P660 omlwf Theres more to a football season than meets the eye out on the playing field. Somebody has to seat the crowds. keep them Hdown in front," and generally maintain order. That's where the game ushers come in. Color Guard, Twirlers, and Purplelettes take an important part in half-time ceremonies. Hardest working are the cheerleaders, for their job means daily practice to keep in trim plus sus- tained eflort to keep the crowds enthusiastic at all the games. Pep Club organizes cheering sections and acts as guardian of school spirit. Through the Lettermen's Club, boys on all the squads are represented. A banquet in May climaxes their year. Lettermenis Club-Dwight Lewis, 2nd vice-presidentg Jerry Gruszczyk, lst vice-presidentg Allan Johnson, sec retaryg W'ayne Miller, president, Bob Caress, treasurerg Brian Baumruk, sergeant-at-arms. Game Ushers-Row 1: Bill Smith, Bob Turek, Tony Draper, Terry Peters, Ulendel Pugh, Bob Jacobson. Row 2: Richard Johnson, Joe lN'all, Fred Behrens, Dan Bissonnette, Gale Wlheeler, Larry McGill, Raymond Zander, Mr. T. E. Sturm. . YH 3 E FHEH QHEH N. 121 Gymnastic Team-Row 1: Jim Jarosz, Tim McDonald, Ted Saternus, Bill Kirkby, John Newberg, Steve Wfhitloek, Andy Cubbon, Don Miller. iRow 2: Wlayne Bishop, Gerald Kaminski, Keith Anderson, Gary Stevens, Earl Lintner, Al Verley, August Zieman, GurtHahn, Gene jarog Ccaptainl, Bob Jarosz. Row 3: Richard Foerch feoaehl, Glenn Becker, jim Forbes, lglfif-:gan Paarlberg, Bruce Shields, Tom Gettler, jerry Stewart, Charles Holtz, Todd Downing, Jim Gawlik, Fred Pastor, 1 ansen. Gym WUZIZLZU talker 0M new Z'WllD0VlL6l7flC6 Keith Anderson-CaffY'in OH the Side hom" Thornton's two-year-old gymnastics team, with the help of eight returning varsity letter winners, compiled a fine record of 7-5. Behind the careful N tutoring of Dick Foerch, the varsity gymnasts won their first two dual meets from Rich, 73-30. and Hinsdale, 70-62. Varsity participated in the Northern Invita- tional Gymnastics Meet, placing eleventh with the points Gerald Kaminski scored in tumbling. ln the state tournament the VVildcats didn't place. Leading the gvmnasts in scoring was Gerald Kaminski. followed by Wlayne Bishop and Keith Anderson. Seven letternien will return next year. Coach Foereh's sophomore squad won 4 games and lost 5 for the 1959-60 campaign. They were paced by Glenn Becker, Curt Hahn, Earl Lintner. Fred Pastor, and johnny Newberg, ln the Frosh meet the Gymnasts placed fourteenth. Wayne Bishop-handstand on parallel bars. 'Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Tllorntou Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton. , . . . . Thorn ton Thornton Thornton Thorn ton Thornton Thornton Thorn ton Thornton Thorn ton Varsity 73 M70 .... 54M .... 63 ....74 .-.68 ..-53 ....88 ....59 Rich ..... Hinsdale. . Proviso .. New Tricr Lyons ,,.. Main NVcst .... . . . Glenharcl . Leyden . . Wlaiikctgan York .... 6115 Prospect . 69 ...7OLQ Rich . Wfon 7 Lost 5 Frosh-Soph . ,42 Hinsdalc. . . .61 Proviso , . . ,52 New Trier . .64 Glcnbard . 78 Lcydcn .. iff fff49 .... 55 ....77 ....77 York ..,. Prospect . Main W'cst Rich ..... NVon 4 Lost 5 Gerald Kaminski-German giant on horizontal bar. 37 62 7735 as 36 42 79 44 73 71 pg Jimi 63 fl 85 71 80 46 54 83 77 55 55 w'-'A A ' -fffff M i 41:1-1 wtawwm. Len Dabon looks for a teammate in the opening as he driblnles against a Sandburg defender in tournament play. Bob Caress drives past Fractional defenders towards basket in Thornton's 109-48 rout over the T-F N11-teors. lus1g u1sax .Bmkelbazff Thornton's 1959-60 basketball teams eompletcd a satisfactory season although it was not quite so good as in previous years. Lacking an experienced player most of the season because of the loss of Bold Caress, only varsity letter winner of last year, the varsity squad Hnished the season with a dismal 14-13 record. Playing most ofthe games for the varsity squad were Rich Simac, Renault Banks Qwho was injured late in the seasonj, Al Dehnert, Len Dahon, and two outstanding sophomoresejohn Mcliilplnen and Leon Clark. Thorntonisjunior varsity squad came up with an excellent 9-2 record, splitting two games with Bloom and losing to Wlest Rockford. Most of the players showed great potential for a stronger varsity squad next year. Sophomore squad wound up another successful season with a 12-5 record and a second place in the South Suburban League. Thornton's frosh squad completed their season with a 7-4 record. The Kits luowed out with a 54-49 win over Bloom. Two more points for Thornton as Renault Banks puts in a swisluer over an opponents head in the Kankakee game. Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Bruce Clark gets help from Reuben Poindexter and Ervin Bratcher in grabbing a rebound from Kankakee players in sophomore game. Varsity Scores Thornton .... . . .61 Thornton, . . . . .54 East Aurora .,.. Joliet ..,..., Thornton. . . . . .45 Argo . . . , . . Thornton .,.. . . .54 LaGrange . . . Thornton .... . . .65 Blue Island. . . Thornton .... . . .70 Bloom ..... . . . Thornton .... . . .70 Rich .......... . . . Thornton .... . . .38 Morton CCieeroD. . . Thornton. . . . . .52 York .... . . . . . . . Thornton... ...79 Joliet. . . . . , . . .. Thornton ..,. . . .48 Joliet Catholic. . . . Thornton .... . . .41 Lockport . . . . . . Thornton .... . . .72 Shorewood ..,... . . . Thornton .... . . .54 Bradley .......... . . . Thornton .... . . .75 Decatur Cliisenhowerl Thornton. . , . .47 Kankakee ...... . . . . . Thornton .... . . .35 Galesburg ....... . . . Thornton .,., . . .56 Argo ...... . . . Thornton .... . . .48 Kankakee ..... . . . Thornton .... . . , W'est Rockford. . . . 60 ...86 ...71 ...62 Tour ........109 ...60 ...43 XVon Blue Island ..... Joliet ........ Bloom ..... narncnt Games Fractional North Blue Island ..... Carl Sandburg. . 14 Lost 13 Varsity Basketball-Row 1: Nick Altavilla fmanagerj, Fred Lindsay, Jack Dabon, John MeKibben, Gil Schultz, Bill Puiden fcoachb. Row 2: Ken Bartosh Qmanagerl, Bill Bell, Al Dehnert, Bob Caress, Ray Banks, lWarv Keeling, Ron Ferguson Ccoachb. Row 3: YVendel Pugh Cmanagcrj, Rich Simac, Leon Clark,John Tilton, Wlilfred Henry, Larry Iwema, Frank Bauman Ceoachj. 125 Vmffzf lvl 5 mfem 6 lemon 7 P 7 X Thornton's varsity basketball squad finished the 1959-60 season with a somewhat average record of l4 wins and 13 losses. VVildcats placed fourth in the South Suburban league with a 5-5 record. losing twice to Kankakee and Lockport. After winning the first game of the season over East Aurora, 65-58, Coach Bill Purden's inexperi- enced squad lost three in a rowfJoliet, 63-543 Argo, 53-45, and La Grange, 62-54. The Joliet game sidelined the Wlildcats' only returning letter- man. Bob Caress, for over half the season. After this early shake up, the 'Cats couldn,t get back on the winning track. Thornton defeated a weak Bloom team twice during this year's campaign. In tournament play the YfVildcats were beaten in the title game ofthe Regional by Carl Sandburg, 46-43. Thornton'sjunior varsity basketball team com- pleted another great season with a 9-2 record. Coach Frank Bauman lead his boys to easy vic- tories over their first two opponentsfArgo, 56-37, and Blue Island, 73-37. Then they tasted defeat as they were trounced by Bloom, 74-44. JV,s other loss came at the hands of Wfest Rockford. The sophomore squad played part of the game. Thornton's JV team gained overwhelming victories over Joliet, 96-5lg Galesburg, 59-38, Kankakee, 65-44, and Bloom, 68-42. They ended the season averaging better than 62 points a game. Outstanding players on thejunior varsity squad this year were John McKibben, Len Dabon, Bill Bell, Renault Banks, and Gil Schultz. All players showed good potential for the varsity. Soph Basketball-Row 1: VVillie Randle El, Terry Borys, Roy Anker, Tom Berry, Bruce Clark, Gene Voss. Row 2: Bob Anderson fcoachj, John Aggen, Bob Mandernaek, Ronald Johnson, Reuben Poindexter, Gary Lindell Cmanagerl. Row 3: Mike Buckley, Ervin Bratcher, Roger Sutton, Herman Christopher, Larry Muehring, Jim Massick. 26 Frosh Basketball-Row 1: Percy Duckworth, Dan Smith, Terry Petrow, Jim XVilkerson, Glen Gouwens, Charles JoliHn. Row 2: John Wfitvoet, Charles Halbert, William Kamphenkel, Hank Robinson, Larry DeRoos, Mike Vest, Ed Jeske, Mike Counte. Row 3: Franklin Charles, Jim Harris, Jim lXIcNulty, Richard Schmidt, Jack XVatkins, Gary Koester, Paul Congo, Don Mc- Alvey. fophig fzfofb produce Wmnerf Coach Bob Anderson produced another winning sophomore basketball team as his boys compiled a 12-5 record for the 1959-60 season. They had an 8-2 league record, finishing second behind Bloom which had a 9-1 record. 7 Lead by Ervin Bratcher, Larry Nluehring, Bruce Clark, IfVillie Randle El, and Reuben Poin- dexter, Sophs won eight straight league games before being upset by Blue Island, 50-49. Their other four losses were to Bloom, Joliet, LaGrange, and Rich. Behind the expert coaching ol' Don McAlvey, Thornton's freshman basketball squad Hnished the year with an impressive 7-4 record. After opening the season by trouncing Argo, 58-19, and Blue Island, 58-33, the frosh lost a one-point thriller to Bloom, 36-35. To close the season the Hiildkits squeaked past Blue Island, 38-37, and took re- venge for their early loss to Bloom. 54-49. Top players for the lrosh were Terry Petrow, Charles Halbert, Franklin Charles, and Jim Harris. Thornton .... ,.,.. Thornton ,... ...,. Thornton ,... ..... Thornton .... . , . . Thornton Thorn ton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thorn ton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton J. V. Scores Argo ...... . . .37 Blue Island. . . 37 Bloom ...74 Joliet ....... . . .51 Kankakee. .. .. .53 Galesburg .... . . .38 Argo ....... .43 Kankakee ...... . . .44 W'est Rockford .... . . .66 Blue Island ..... . . .44 Bloom ...... Sophomore Scores East Aurora. . Joliet ........ Argo ...... LaGrange . . . Blue Island. . . Bloom ..... Rich ...... Lockport . . . Bradley .... Decatur , . . Kankakee. . Argo ..... Kankakee. . Lockport . . . Blue Island. . . Joliet ....... Bloom ..., . ,..42 .. ...50 . ...51 ...28 . ...47 . ,.,43 .,.46 ..,49 37 ...34 ...35 ...30 ...34 , .30 ...41 . ...50 ...-48 ...62 27 Varsity Swimmers-Row 1: Chuck Peterson, Don Koster, Rob Ring, john McConnell, Nelson Smith, Paul Oberg. Row 2: Robert VV. Smith, Gary Lundmark, Tom McCaslin, Jack Schiltz, Bob Burdett, Terrv Downing, Rob Robson, Klem Osika, Frank Froschauer Ccoachl. Row 3: Gordon Krick Cmanagerj, Doug Diggle, Jack Schmidt, Erie Oberg, Dave Ahrens, Bill Asmussen, Dave Krass, George Ludwig, Len johnson. Row 4: Robert L. Smith, Ron X'Valters, Gale N'Vheeler, Bob De Young, Peter Conway, Don YVesterhofl', August Lentz, Harold Reill. Varsity Swimming Thornton .,... .... 6 3 Bloom .......,....,..... 23 Thornton ..... .... 4 2 Riverside-Brooklield ....., 44 Thornton ..... .... 6 2 Hammond . ............. 24 Thornton .,.,. .... 5 7 Hinsdale .,.......,, .... Z 9 Thornton ..... .... 6 8 Argo .... .... 1 8 Thornton. .,.. . . . ,6l Elgin ...... . . .24 Thornton ..,.. .... O ak Park .......... ..., 4 l Lockport ...,.,,,,....... 45 Thornton .... ..,. 6 2 16 Thornton .,., .... 6 8 18 Thornton ..., ..,. 3 7 Riverside-Brookfield ,.,... 49 Thornton. . . .,., 65 21 Thornton. . . .... 74 12 lVon 10 Lost 2 Bremen ..,.....,......... Argo .................,, Nlorton .,..... .... Ready for a race-Nelson Smith, Tom lN4eCaslin, Klem Osika. fweH..,wsw-a u..a:.i it fwzm mm capture Wlith thirteen returning lettermen, Thornton's varsity swimming team, coached by Frank Frosch- auer, captured their fifteenth straight South Suburban League title. Tankmen splashed away from their league opponents with 42 points ahead of the closest team, Argo. Varsity swimmers racked up an impressive 10-2 season record. Figuring in most of these victories were jack Schiltz, Nelson Smith, Bob Burdett. Klein Osika, Tom McCaslin. and Bob Ring. The lVildcats started the regular season by dunking Bloom 63-23 and ended it by scoring a lop-sided 74-12 victory over lVIorton. Their only losses came by the team of Riverside-Brookfield, 44-42 and 49-37. In the state swimming tournament at Evanston, Jack Schiltz was the only Thornton swimmer to place, taking fifth in the breast stroke. Frosh Swimmers-Row 1: Ken Trotter, Dick Hough, -Ierry Shearer, Bob Sehwartzkopf, Gene Cherry, Rick Finnell. Row 2: Charles Krikau, Jerry Ruff, Fred Harris, John Munn, Claude Steele, Tom Hansen, Ed Rotkvie. Row 3: Larry Gile, Bob Fischer, Ron Anderson, Nick Radice. Mik4f Kerr, Peter Lundee, Bob Caproni, Bert Fonts, Dave Mayheld, Norris Fields, Frank Harris, lNfIel De Graff fcoachl. league 17276 510502.74 Thornton's frosh-soph swimming team, coached by Mel DeGraff, broke even in twelve dual meets and came in a close second to Argo in the South Suburban League Meet. After a shaky start, losing to Argo, 45-39, and Bremen, 50-34, the Merkits came back to win four straight contests with Bloom, Elgin, Morton, and Lockport. Frosh-Soph defeated Bloom again before bowing to Hinsdale, 46-38, to close the 1959-60 season. Thorntonk Merkits won by their biggest mar- gin with a 56-28 decision over Elgin. Top swimmers for the Frosh-Soph squad were John Munn and Captain Claude Steele. Frosh-Soph Swimming Thornton 39 Argo .... Thornton 34 Bremen .... Thornton 52 Bloom . . . Thornton 56 Elgin .... Thornton 44 Blorton .... Thornton 48 Lockport ........ Thornton 40 Oak Park .....,.. Thornton 39 Riverside-Brookfield Thornton 41 Argo ...,........ Thornton 45 Riverside-Brookfield Thornton 54 Bloom ........... Thornton 38 Hinsdale ........, Won 6 Lost 6 Senior tank stars--Bob Ring and jack Sehiltz. fwzm mem Cgazm VQDZCMZLOV miami Thornton pool --Dave Ahrens and Terry Downing emerge. Thorntidge pool-Mr. John Goettc stands at lowest point Frosh-Soph swimmers practice relay starts--l,ar1'y Bean, Charles Krikau ohn Munn in front: others wait turn , ,I , , . w 1 f V , - Maicaif Wm Zzfler Thorntonk varsity wrestling squad failed to defend their state wrestling title. finishing fourth. behind XN'aukegan. Pekin. and East Leyden. Coach Ted Czechk grapplers captured the South Suburban District and Sectional titles in their march to Champaign. Thornton sent seven wrest- lers to the finals--Joe Hawkins. Jerry Gruszczyk. Vlayne Miller. Steve Galberth. Len Fiocca, Abbi- dula Randle El. and Jerry Torrence. Fiocca gained top honors for Thornton with a second place. Galberth and Randle El finished third and fourth respectively. Thornton ended the regular season with an 8-2-l 1'CCOI'Cl. Six of the X'EII'Sily I'6'gL1l21rS will YG- Leg pick-up-Allan Johnson. jerry Gruszczyk. turn next year. to boast a strong tcani. Varsity Wrestling-Row 1: Herbert Hoover, Steve Gee: Wayne lvliller tcaptainl. Leonard Fiocca, Jay lxffkillttll Row 2: Ted Czech, Jr., .-Xbidula Randle lil. Jerry Gruszczyk, Allan Johnson, Bill Godzun. Terry Kickert, Clntck Paarlherq. Row 3: Jack Robinson teoachl, .-Xllan Gruggcman, llirtis Adams. Richard Grippando, Steve- Twining, Vic Weber, Phil Frederitk, Klizn Nlackcy, Ted Czech tcoachh, 131 Warm-up before a match. Coach 'lack Robinsonk frosh-soph wrestling team came up with a very creditable 8-2 season record. After winning their first six meets from Rich, Blue Island, Bloom, Carl Sandburg, Lock- port, and New Trier, Thornton's matkits were up- ended by Joliet, 29-17. In the Reavis tourney they captured third place in a field of eight Sit-out-XVayne Mille1', Ab Randle Ill. 132 w teams--'Don Brackins, .Ioe Wvarnell, and Larry -Iackson placing first in their weight divisions. Top wrestlers for the frosh-soph squad were joe Wlarnell, who went undefeated in fourteen matches, Leroy Jackson, Fred Aprati, Cliff Hawkins, and Glen Weaver, all sophomores. Top frosh were Dave Blake. Tony Fulmer, and YValter Sanders. Getting ready for the Lockport ineetglired Aprati, Tom Heimlich. 1 1 Frosh-Soph Wrestling-Row 1: jerry Adams, Ron Lendi, John Bratcher, Ed ITonyJ Bishop, Don Brackins, Roy Clay lVilfred Charlton, W'alter Kellogg, Clifford Hawkins. Row 2: Jim LePore, R. V. King, john Godwin, Robert Russell Fred .-Xprati, John Leensvart, Jim Dagger, Verncll Wlhitc. Ken Foster, lValter Sanders, Joe Lee. Row 3: Joe Wfarncll, Gary B1 own Doug Stevens, Don Krech, David Blake, Arnie Zweifel. Leslie Burgess, Bob Johnson, Alan Clements, Marcus Richardson Row 4: hiatt Lojas, Dave Kolton, Bob Murdock, Bill Beauchamp, Wfarren Stiegman, Glen Weaver, Ron Krech Richard Cubalchini, Tom Lucas, Leroy Jackson, Bill Doster, Bob Marcfk, Jerry Grippando, Harold Boomsma, John Bruqgsman Bob Paarlberg, Ed Sumner, Tom jones, Dan Gilmore, Sonny London, jack Robinson fcoachl. Wrefilzhcg mmf make good 5b0WZ1flg Rich ..,..,.. Blue Island . . Bloom ..,,... Carl Sandburg Lockport ,.,. New Trier . Joliet ...... Kankakee . . Reavis ,... Jerry Adams wrestling in thc Lockport meet. Varsity Thornton . 1 36 Thornton , . 22 Thornton . . 30 Thornton . . 31 Thornton . . . 28 Thornton . , , 15 Thornton . . . 24 Thornton . , 36 Thornton ..,. 22 Thornton .,., 23 Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Oak Lawn . . XVon 8 Lost 1 Tied 1 Frosh-Soph . . . 31 Rich ..... . , . . . 29 Blue Island . . . . 39 Bloom ,,..,, . . . 29 Carl Sandburg . , 41 Lockport . . . . . . 23 New Trier. . , . 17 Joliet . .,.. . . . . 53 Kankakee . . . .. 13 Rcavis . . . 23 Oak Lawn , . Wlon 8 Lost 2 Varsity Baseball-Row 1: Fred MO1'aChC, Glenn Becker, Gene Jarog, Barney Arendt, Norm Mangano, Vince Coppcns, Nick Altavilla. Row 2: Paul Bentley, Jay Stanwich, Steve Withey, Bob Caress, Charles W'hite, Al Dehnert, John Kwansy, Bob Gundaker. Row 3: VVayne Miller, John Sullivan, Terry Johnson, Gil Schultz, Ted Czech, Jr., David Falica, Mike Pod- gorny, Milt Ma1'ley, Claude Kracik, Bob Blaha Ccoachi. Thornton Thorn ton Thorn ton Thornton Thorn ton Thorn ton Thorn ton Thorn ton Thorn ton Thorn ton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Varsity Scores l Mortonw... . . . 15 Roosevelt . . . . l Bloom ,,..... , 2 Blue Island . , . 5 Lockport . . . . 4 Kankakee , . . , 4 Leyden . . . . 4 Joliet .,... . , , 4 Argo .... . . . 0 Fractional... District Tournament ... 12 IVI.P.lW.A. .. 2 Bremenw. . . .,,... 9 Joliet .... . . Regional Tournament . . ...... 2 Evergreen Park VVon 9 Lost 5 Batting practice--Coach Bob Blaha, Claude Kracik. Two bmah!!! mmf Thornton's varsity stickmen. guided by Bob Blaha, had an excellent 1959 season. They ended the year with a 9-5 overall record and a 3-4 league record. Highlighting the campaign was a district championship over Joliet, 9-2, in the state tour- Ilalilcrlt. Roy Jensen pitched a no-hitter in the second game in district play as Thornton defeated Bremen, 2-O. Batcats lost the first game oi' the regional tournament to Evergreen Park, 4-2. Taking charge of pitching chores for the varsity team were Nick Altavilla, Joe Hemingway, Gil Schultz, and Roy Jensen. Top hitters for Thorn- ton were Davc Lazeau, Bob Caress. and Claude Kracik. Thornton came into the 1960 season with seven returning lCilCI'Il16Il4NlCli Altavilla. Bob Caress, Vince Coppens, Bob Gundaker. Claude Kracik, XVayne Mille1'. and Gil Schultz. fo- 1, in , aff! -yr ,fl , J Numa xwwy Xe if THORNI-0' e ,L QA if del ef X H g 'X 51 1 'l LLn..,k 4 n :Lum ni 2 I--Xgtcfnij xi- Y X J. I 'X A' 1 tl W 'VV' X f 'KlA0!?y',0 ii l 4' ,Vx ta, ...N 'E X 1 ff," fy T :bf 'Will Frosh-Soph 'Baseball-Row 1: NfVilliam Sliepka, Doug Shearer, Harold Boomsma, Phil Cargill, Arnold Zweifel, Chuck Stanheld. Row 2: Howard Humbles, Dave Schaap, Jim Swiatek, Bob Mandernack, Gene Voss, Gary Lindell, john Aggen, Bob Faarlberg. Row 3: Ron Ferguson feoachj, Fred Aprati, Jim Wlithey, Larry hluehring, Larry Fisher, Randy Carlson, lvllkt- Buckley, Neal Franklin, Bill Pm-den Qcoachl. comm we ibezr wwf Last year's Frosh-Soph baseball team completed the season with an excellent 9-2 overall mark. Coach Ron Ferguson's Kits compiled a perfect 7-O league record for the second consecutive year in taking their second straight South Suburban league title. They gained overwhelming victories over Blue Island, 17-83 Kankakee. 15-O: Thornton Fractional. 14-73 and Argo. 11-1. Outstanding players on the Frosh-Soph squad were Bernard Arendt, Al Dehnert. Dennis Gustav- son, Terry johnson, .Iohn lVIcKibben and Fred Lindsay. The captain ol' the team was john Kwasny. Five South Suburban league games and five non-conference games were scheduled for the base- ball team in the regular 1960 season. Their first game was with Homewood-Flossmoor. a new school with a new team playing its First season. Frosh-Soph Scores Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton Thornton . . . Thornton Mortoil . . . Rich ,.... Bloom .... Blue Island Lockport . Kankakee . Leyden . . . Joliet ..,. Argo ..... Fractional Joliet .,,.. Won 9 Lost 2 Reviewing signals-Nick Altavilla, pitch:-rg Bob Gundaltel catcher. Frank Bauman lead his 1959 varsity track team to a creditable 5-2 regular season mark. Thorn- ton's Cindermen defeated Oak Lawn in the first meet, 60,95-5755. They went on to take a second in a triangular meet with Kankakee and Blue Island. Tracksters qualified their mile relay team, com- posed of Renault Banks, Larry Asmussen, Ed Scott, and Lou Hanecek, and their best miler, Charles Lambert, for the state meet but Thornton scored no points as Bloom won again. In the South Suburban league meet. varsity trackmen took third behind Bloom and Kankakee. Outstanding men of last year's squad were Stan ' Hunter, Ted Baker, Dennis Treadwell, Al Denzy, and Len johnson. Denzy set a new school record Starting block-Renault Banks warms up for early spring In the discus' Elght rcturnlng lmterlnen started p,-amcf-, the 1960 campaign. Thornton's 1959 Frosh-Soph track team, coached by Mel De Graff and Ted Czech, wound up with a 4-3 record. They came in fourth in the con- Tmck Z'66l7fl45 fimf Varsity Track-Row 1: Michael Stanfa, DuVal Shaw, john Smart, Herbert Hoover, Al Bruggeman, -Iirn Mackey, R. V. King, Bill Asmusscn, Dwight Lewis, Gerald Kaminski, Wayne Bishop. Row 2: Renault Banks, Jerry Gruszezyk, Nick Nardi, Leon Clark, W7adc Salters, Ozzie Childress, -Iohn MeKibben, Gale XfVheeler, VVilfrcd Henry, Allan Johnson, John Klein, Allan Lindsay, Bill Koves, Ernest Kleckner. Row 3: Richard Foerch Ceoaehl, Tom Macander, Wfayne Krass, .Iesse Peoples, Richard Tesar, Doe Phillips, Bob Kisler, Phillip Morley, Gary Stevens, Richard Crippando, Stephen Twining, joe jamerson, Len johnson, Lynn Morlan, Bill Hayse Ccoachl, Frank Bauman fcoaehj. Row 4: john Munn Kmanagerl, Marv Keeling, -Iim Hansen, Wlilliarn Bell, Ronald Walter, Dennis Gawlik, Louis McDaniel, Ken Osika, John Buck, james Gawlik, jack Dabon, Vic Horsfall. Frosh-Soph Track-Row 1: Dan hiasterson, Douglas Holloway, ,lim iVilkerson, Stephen Smith, Jack Vest, Jim Dagger, Rich Fitzpatrick, Leroy Jackson, -Ioe Warnell, Mike Kerr, Ed Bishop, Percy Duckworth, Ted Czech Ccoachl. Row 2: Jim Tilton. Ralph Gault, John Hutter, Robert Nlurdock, Gordon XN'hit:-, iviorris Johnson, Bill Beauchamp, Tom Lucas, Vernell iYhitc, Tom Eckert, Don M3St0l'SOH, Thomas XVebster, Ken Wficgand. Row 3: jerry Grippando. Joe Wlard, Bob Dahl, lid Sumner, Dave Kolton, Bill Doster, Barney Filcrs, Mikc- Craig. Fred Pastor, Bill Vandal, Dennis Slusser, Samuel Ross, Charles Jolliff, Gary Homes, Wfarren Stiegman. Row 4: Glenn Weaver, Allan Johnson, Ken Caroli, Ronald Pacyga, hiatt Loias. Richard Cubalchini, Charles Shelton, Julius hlartin, Winston Bowman. Terry Yadron, Tim Vallow, Tim Osterlund, Herman Christopher, lfarl Lintner. Gym milf ,DMZ 014 exbibzizbm Thornton's Gymnastics Club participated in a into eight acts. Each member ol' the Gymnastic- PTA program presented by the Physical Educa- Club took part in one or more, Chairmen for tion Department. Mr. Carl Mendenhall intro- each division were-Ierri Michaels, Butch Kaminski, duced gymnastics coach Dick Foerch and general Donna Xvhitlgck, Glen Beeker, Keith Anderson, chairman Gus Ziemann. The program was divided Al Yerley, Wayne Bishop, and jackie Forbes, Gymnastics Club-Row 1: Vince Ann Krone, Mary Kay Phalen, Donna Wlhitlock, Sandy Kainrath, Merry Ring,' Bette Schoelcr, Barbara Kletecka, Joan LaRue. Row 2: James Forbes, Wayne Bishop, Earl Lintner, Al Verley, Edward Davis, Ron Jacobs, Tom Gettler, Keith Anderson, John Newberg. Row 3: Wfendy Muldowney, Sue Snyder, Geraldine Michaels, Gus Ziemann, Glenn Becker, Bob jarosz, Gerald Kaminski, Pamm Hellmann, Barbara Carlson, Mr. Foerch, Cadviserb. Row 4: Carol Kamykowski, Lorna Propes. Lew Barnhisel, Sue Peterson, Steve W'hitlock, Gay Klompmaker, Fred Pastor, Diane Lee, Jackie Forbes, Wlanda Billings. 137 Varsity Tennis-Row 1: Norbert Loose, Steven XV:-ntz, Gary Gibson. Row 2: Fred Needham, Charles Cerny, Richard Simae, David lVlCRObt-rts, Row 3: Jack Grzesik, Bob Davidson. Clark Hallrnann, Charles Moore Qeoaehj. Bofh l61fl7flZlfZL60l7fl45 do well Last year's varsity tennis squad compiled an were four returning lettcrmen. impressive 8-2 record. The racketeers' outstanding Frosh-Soph tennis players compiled a poor 4-7 play gained good Compliments from their Coach, record. W ith only two returning' boys from last Charles Moore. Carrying the hopes for 1960 year's team. Coach Sutor will just have to hope. 138 Cross Country Team-Row 1: Milt Marley, john Smart, Vic Horsfall. Row 2: Don Masterson, Lynn Morlan, Leonard johnson Ccaptainj. Row 3: Bill Koves, Doc Phillips feaptainj, XfVade Salters, Gary Stevens, Donald lVIeAlvey Ccoaehj. Frosh-Soph Tennis-Row 1: Larry Gile, Craig Anderson, Wlayne Johnson. f Row 2: Charles W'att-rman, james Needham, Dave Guild. Row 3: Hob Hallman, Bill Goodrich, Richard Evans, R. C. Sutor fcoachl. Cffoff-Couniffjg gay up Z0 pmf Thorntoirs varsity golf team, coached by Frank Froschauer, finished the 1959 season with a 10-O record and placed fourth in the league meet. In the state. Thornton teenien were third in the district and thirteenth in the state. Wfith seven Varsity Golf-Row 1: Gary Robert- son, jerry Gavin, Steve Van De-rVlict. Row 2: Leonard Fiocca, Kenny Bar- ,.. tosh, Sylvester Porcmba erir rd Ka- ininsl-ii. f N U L . K K ! K mi' " 9 Q, l A M it .X , 4 I . li W I lk 1 l , bsofst X VA N9 V Of l AR QD, Q l G title BW il l ii i W N9 i QJU it li 'Il l fi ti J X e l returning letterinen for 1960, the Cats expected their best year. Coach Don McAlvcy,s varsity cross-country team took third in the league ineet. Sophornores were fourth in their bracket. N- R., ,M-.A,f. -7 VW ..-,........,..l -awww, w.........,. W-..... GAA Board, Oflicers-Row 1: Carol Dickelman, Judy Hayes, Carole jackson, Diane Massick, board. Row 2: Sue Amberg, 2nd vice-president: Judy Decker, treasurer, Nlarilyn Rush, presidentg Ann Graves, lst vice-president, Peggy Crisman, secretary. Row 3: Trudy Patterson, Darla Edwards, Kay Lawerence, Lois Schroeder, 'Terry Lalono, board. Row 4: Pat Wlalters, Sue Snyder, Sally Conterio, Diane Reeder, Pam Zeseh, board. GAA ,QDOWIOVI .por 5. Girls Athletic Association has really surged ahead this year by sponsoring a variety of new activities. Among these was 'lDate Night," a turn-about affair conducted much the same as a Gym -Iam. Gamesfuch as shuhcleboard, ping pong, volleyball, and table tennis were offered along with swimming and dancing. Parents Play Night is always a big hit with the girls for it is their chance to outdo their parents. Another important activity was 'iW7inner lfYon- derlanclf' the GAA banquet in February. at which time awards were given for the sports seasons and the Posture Queen was crowned. The contest in which she was selected was a new feature this year. Iudging and eliminations were held in gym classes. 140 Play Nite-Sue Amberg, Carole llacksor. After several weeks of secrecy, the name of the queen, Pat Altier, a senior, was announced. HCherchez la Femme" was the theme of the swim pageant, presented in the boys pool on April 7. 8. and 9. Girls worked long and hard hours after school to present to Thornton one of its best swim showsfan every-other-year affair. Main purpose of GAA is to organize and develop skills, good sportsmanship, and constructive use of leisure time, This year's sports included volleyball, synchro- nized swini, bowling. softball, basketball, and modern dance. A girl is considered a member after she has completed one sports season lasting eight weeksg there are four sports seasons-a year. Play Nitegkliss Collland. Bliss Cray, N vi.. 'S ,NW .,.M.,,,,,,,..a at - X, ff If Q - Play Nite-Pic-rating contest. pwffnoief good fam GAA Forum-Row 1: Charlotte Braswell, Judy Earnest, Betty Jankowski, Dorothy Dausman, JoAnn Bargiel, Janet Wfojcik, Sandy Paint:-r, Barbara Taylor. Row 2: Leslie johnson, Barbara Hclsly, Ma1'ilyn Wfalenga, Sandie Zallar, Marilyn Rush, lN'I6g Priddy, Kathy Klsinz, Bonita M3DgllHl. Row 3: Pat Abraham, Nancy Pavlak, Nancy Schwarz, Alicv Pala, Donna Polka, Pat Wltinstock, Susan Dwyer, Nlarlc-ne Frachcy, Sandy Zuithoflr. Row 4: Barbara Deress, Sandy Shepard, Vivian Stray, Shvrry Kosck, Joan xVlf'lHOI'fxCkl, Elizabeth Str:-iglitif, Diane Banovich, Nancy Nelson, Barbara Carlson, Pat Young. A wi I As the years go by, intramurals for boys grow in popularity at Thornton. They are planned to keep boys active and interested in school. Approx- imately five hundred boys participated this year in a variety of sports. All boys not taking part on varsity teams are eligible for intramurals. In the fall Mr. Wlilliam Parker and Mr. Carl Mendenhall of the Boys Physical Education Department co-sponsored a round robin basketball tournament. There were three diHerent contests!-freshman, sophomore, and junior-senior. Approximately twice as many fresh- man as sophomore, junior-senior teams competed. Teams which had compiled the best record at the end of a given time were crowned champs of these individual contests. Ping-pong and chess were the tournaments con- ducted in the winter. John Van Kley and Jim Boswell gained Co-Championships in ping-pong. Harold Reill was winner of the round robin chess tournament. Shumeboard and swimming were also available in the winter intramural sports pro- gram, but there were no contests. The two ac- tivities were popular nevertheless. More spring sports than usual were added to boys intramurals. Volleyball, soft ball, bowling, golf, badminton, and horseshoes were the tourneys which started in April and ended in early June. Bowling and golf were the newest sports to be added. Such a large number of boys came out for these activities that an expanded program was necessary to accommodate everyone. Punching bag-XVade Salter. 142 Boyf mimmumlf Junior-Senior Champs-Row 1: DuVal Shaw, Fred Langcnberg, lVarrerl Letzscli, Al Nlorganelli. Row 2: John Tilton. Lenard Dahon. Clyde Callis, Bernard Arendt. ' Y ,rf at I . 1 I r Frosh-Soph Champs-Row 1: Wfilliam Smith, W'allacc Rials, Frank Harris. Row 2: Charles Halbc-rt, Jim Harris, Hf'rma11 Lewis, Oliver Carter, Don Collins. lzvffowbfe aompglzizm for all Intramuralsv'-XN'arrcn Stivgman and Doug Shearer in a game of smash, a popular sport in the intramural series. 143 .V r, W M , f X- H. V Mm -sg , E, fx fi, NHX5 A4 97,4955-YA'j P . m LX X VN A W sd , A J MX. '?Y,:ix,.isL X X Q N X: gy uk .N Q x f , sg X. E, Rfk, xx X V Q M M x Clmfeg 06011297 617401 ffazjf I 'f p u " , 1 1 , H f . 4 .1- I VA 5, . ' , ,II ff: fl X, f 4" " - . , , 4 X Q . U A I C I ' V. , 1 Q U . - ' 5 ' 6 F- C ' , if - ff-fb-,, ,,, J, 1. , I 1+ , ' I R -'14 " P' .1 , X 5 f . ef ' 5 ' A t f . - -' 1 1 . 12, Q 1 y 4 W A Ay,-. 1 Q i 5 f'4f'3 4 X I Ky , ' L 5 5 . 1 . 4 wb, 3 , -411,1 .5 Y- v'. A 4 VA, swf, 'T-:T-':,.,. , XX., V , - . . A , , - Q' " 5 ' 1 f H. ,, ' 9 - ' ' 3 wx I ,F " 1 5 l . I ll -2 , A Q f' Q Q Vx I Q , Y rs .y ' ' , ' ' A' K" ' ' 1 V 5 ' x - A g ' 5 I 1' t s 5 A r.?.x 'v 1 V s 5 "Wi tu S ? . . 1 x -. ' ! igxiv .A -5 5 1 t xas w-' I ' 1 1 " ' X I ' ' ' 7 -., FN H 0 5 we - P 1 X , - Q - ., . . ,W '- ' - ' ' I 4 , , ' A ?'f':.. - W M ' C V I K I 21'-2 'Q XS -V a L A . ' . '- ga Q if ' - , Q ' X K v 1 , Q ' 4- .l X l . xt -rr . 4 ,. y . 5 .,. ' . 32 'i---Q 1 ' V , 5,7 H' ii 42- 9 'qw , Q . 'Q .qigl , 1 f L ann , D 3 X 1 . I ' X' - f I 1- 1 Q? . 1 k k , -, K 5 - "gl fs, , wg W. w ,- Worked I0 elbeff az cg 1... 0 0 v fulveifmiendenl en fmfgef whoa! b07fZf07fl.V Under the leadership of Dr. D. Logsdon, Thornton is becoming nationally known. As newly elected first vice-president of the National Association of Secondary-School Principals, he presided at one ofthe convention sessions in Portland, Oregon, last February. Dr. Logsdon had been a member of the executive committee for the past five years. Last summer, he attended a conference sponsored by the Atlantic Treaty Association, in Oxford, England. He has an active part, at thc national level, in promoting curriculum studies. Dr. J. D. Logsdon, Superintendent, Thornton Township High Schools 146 BOHWZI 56115 Jlgklif OW fMlLMV6 6XlD6l745Zb7fl Board of Education-Row 1: Mrs. Robert C. Pebworth, Mr. Fred T. Ehlert, president: Mr. Harold AI. Gouwens. Row 2: Mr. Herbert G. Greiner, l'VIr. Lou Boudreau, lVIr. Robert H. Reese, Mr. Henry Vandenberg. Now that Thornridge, the second high school in the district, is an accomplished fact, the Board of Education has no time to lean back and relax. Skyrocketing population in the area makes a third school a distinct possibility and in the not too distant future. Then there is the ever-present problem of hnancesimoney to finish the new school, money to rejuvenate the older buildings at Thornton, and money for future expansion. Regular meetings, special sessions, and sustained effort in push- ing through the completion of Thornridge have kept the entire board donating a good many hours above and beyond the call of duty. Because of such public spirited citizens, the high schools of Thornton Township are assured ofa great future. 147 Mr. Omer VV. Renfrow, HA., B.Ed.. M.Iid., Principal of Thornton. New lZWZ'WC4Z76l!5 Wzazmzcge the Iwo yckaalf VVaiting for the big day-'that was lVIr. Sutter's role all summer and fall. Plans were madefand changedfand changed again. From his tempor- ary ofhee in the Board room at Thornton, M1'. Sutter conducted business for the new school. Then came February 1 and moving day. On February 2, Thornridge opened its doors for stu- dents. Immediately the pieces fell into pattern and there was the new school in full working order! Wiith the first of February. Thornton had a new administrator, too. He is M1'. Omer Renfrow, the new principal. Mr. Renfrow came from Schenec- tady, New York, but he was no stranger to Illinois. He had been administrative assistant to the super- intendent of Evanston High School and he had almost completed work for his doetoras degree at the University of Illinois. He lost no time at all in getting acquainted with faculty and students. Mr. Harold C. Sutter, BA., MA. Principal of Thornridge. Bllfllflfff Manager Wlith equipment to purchase for the new school, M1'. Peterson. business manager of Thornton and Thornridge, was busier than ever. Consultations with salesmen and with faculty department heads concerning what was needed, what was available, and what was within the budget were numerous. Getting it delivered and installed at the proper time was often a headache. In the meantime, there was business as usual in his oilicefbookkeeping for all school organi- zations, managing bus transportation. and seeing that every student had an identification card. frboof Coumef Every school needs the services of a lawyer. Contracts. land purchases, legal procedures are all part of Mi'. EVans'job as school attorney, Inter- pretation of school laws ofthe state and federal governments needs his expert attention. All the money of all the schools of Thornton Township is in the care of Mr. Wlaldschmidt, town- ship treasurer. He receives funds but cannot pay them out until authorized by the school. Mr. A. F. Waldschmidt, Township Treasurerg Nfr. Burton Evans, School Attorney. W ""-u...,. Mr. James L. Beck, Assistant to the Superintendent Amt fuperzhiendeni As assistant to the superintendent, Mr. Beck is responsible for acting as substitute in Dr. Logsdon's absence. Keeping classes supplied with substi- tute teachers has him more than busy when Hu season is in full swing. Mr. A. Peterson, Business lkianager Demi of Gzifff 'm,,,,,,,w-rf-'f' Miss Helene E. Wilson, BA., NIA., Dean of Girls at Thornton, Purple X Committee. Thornton deans help students solve their problems, big and little, personal and academic. Dean of girls is also sponsor of the Girls Club and its many activities. The club trains members in handling group social affairs, in promoting good scholarship and general welfare, and in taking part in school activities. Dean of boys sponsors the Boys Club and the Hall Guard Organi- zation. Counseling Thornton boys is part of his responsibility, too. Some discipline problems Come his way. fenzbff Pzfmcgmf umblf Plfmqwzl Mr. Carl L. Beier, B.Ed., M.S., Thornton. Mr. Guy Phillips, BA., MA., Thornton. """3 150 Dem of B0y5 Mr. Arnold F. Koester, lNfI.A., Dean of Boys at Thornton, vice-principal at Thornridgge. College-bound seniors had special attention from their principal this year. Other principals shared in helping those seniors planning other types of careers. Discipline problems, keeping track of credits, counseling with parents on their students' problems and helping ' ' faculty deal with difhcult situations kept all four class principals busy. When division into Thornton and Thornridge came with the second semester, new counselors were added. Through their several oiiices, attendance problems were handled. Student secretaries made daily phone calls to homes of ahsentees. fopbomoffe Pffmcgmzl lUV6fb74fl.6lW Pffmqbazf Mr.Johu E. Tilton, B.S., NIA., Asst. Thornridge Principal. Mr. G. R. Valbert, NLS., Thornton. 151 Mrs. Ruth Harms, B.A., NIA., Thornton. CZufCbunwbr Dividing faculty and administrative staff bc- Miss Marthalou Gfayf B51 M'S'f Thornton' tween Thornton and Thornridge made it necessary to change several people from classroom teachers to class counselors. Mrs. Ruth Harms exchanged her math class- room for an ollice on counselors' row. She had had previous counseling experience on the faculty of LaSalle-Peru Township High School, where she was first a class adviser and then dean of girls. Mr. Melvin DeGraff, B.S., NIA., Thornton. 152 CIUSCEMUMMV Miss Marthalou Gray became a counselor last fall. She transferred from her position of head of the Girls Physical Education Department to her new ollice. In her previous position, Miss Gray had had much experience in counseling girls. Besides super- vising gym classes, she had taught health and first- aid courses and had promoted the extra-curricular organization, Girls Athletic Association. lkwntyfBQU Mr. Melvin DeGrafl, known to everyone as Mel, is a Thornton graduate. For several years he has been in the Boys Physical Education Department, not only as teacher in gym classes but as coach of the frosh-soph swim team. Besides coaching swimming, he assisted last fall in football and this spring in track. When Mr. Koester moved to Thornriclge, Mr. DeGraff be- came sponsor of the Thornton Boys Glub. Pmfenir T60lCbEV5 Faculty Association-Row 1: bliss lWarthal0u Gray, vice- presidentg Mr. Paul Wfessel, treasurerg Miss Florence lVunderlich, board of directorsg lNlr. Henry R. Harms, president. Row 2: Mr. Paul NV. Liehr, boardg Miss Edith Sowers, secretaryg lwfr. Robert P. Hanrahan, board. P-T.A. Board, Officers-Row 1: M1's. James McCulloch, treasurerg Mrs. A. Wfard, lst vice-presidentg Mrs. Chris Schroeder, presidentg Mrs. Ronald Wfolf, secretary. Row 2: Mrs. Edward Moravek, historiang Dr. James D. Logsdon, sucerintendentg Mrs. R. S. Gordon, 2nd vice-presidentg Mrs. N. A. Perlman, financial secretary. Thornton Parent-Teacher Association is a very active organization. Among its special program features this year were the traditional uMeet-the- Teachersi' night, the Hi-Jinx Carnival, and the Christmas concert with music by TTHS instru- mental and choral groups. New was sponsorship of the gymnastic show put on by Gymnastics Club, with Mr. Foerch as coach. Parent-Teacher Association has scholarship and welfare funds available to students. Fazrulzy Arm. First Faculty Association meeting of the second semester had a record attendance. Thornridge members were glad to get back to their old stamp- ing grounds and Thornton teachers were happy to chat with old friends, Problems of reorganization along with salary recommendations and other welfare matters were discussion topics at all meetings. Equal repre- sentation of the two high schools and the junior college among the association board and officers was solved without difficulty. At yearis end the association gained rather than lost by distribution of members between the two high schools. 153 Fvzrufiy Harold E. Adams, B.Ed., M.A., Thorn- ton, Physics. Mrs. Joan Allemand B.A., Thornton, Art. Olindo Alo, B.A., Thornton, Spanish. Robert E. Anderson, B.S., M.A., Thornton, Bus- iness Education, Soph Basketball, JC Golf, Tennis. Shirley Andrews, B.S. in Ed., Thorn- ton, Physical Education, GAA, Pur- plelettes, PeplClub sponsor. Richard E. Anoe, B.M.E., M.ME, Thornridge, Music, Department Head. Walter S. Armbruster, B.M., M.M., M.A., Thornton, Director of Choral Music, Senior, Junior, Soph Choirs, Madrigal Singers. James Aseltine, B.A.E., lNl.A.E., Thornton, Arr. Charles Avery, B.A., M.A., Thorn- ridge, Spanish, French. Richard L. Balstrode, B.S. in Ed., Thornridgcg Business. Sarah Barmore, M.A.,Thorn- ton, Social Studies. Fannie Mae Bart- men, B.A., M.A., M.S. in L.S., Thorn- ton, Head Librarian, Library Aides Sponsor. Frank Bauman, B.S., M.S-5 Thornton, Physical Education, Athletics, Varsity Football, Junior Varsity Basketball, Varsity Track. Robert L. Baumer, B.S., Thornton, English. Herbert E. Bean, B.E., M.A., Thornridge, English, Head of Language Arts Department. Marguerite Begnoche, M.S. in Ed., Thornton, Head of,Girls Physical Edu- cation Departmentf R. L. Behanna, B.A., B.S., Thornridge, German, Algebra. Mrs. Mable Beier, l B.Ed., Thornton, Physical Education. Ralph Bengston, B.A., M.A., Thorn- ridgeg Mathematics. Janice Berth, B.A., Thornridge, English. Donn Berwanger, B.S. in Art Ed., M.S. in Applied Art, Thornridge, Head of Art Department. Robert F. Blaha, B.E., M.A., Thornton, Physical Edu- cation, Frosh Football, Varsity Base- ball. Larry L. Bowen, B.S. in Ed., Thornton, Biology, Science Club Spon- sor. Leo V. Bowers, B.A., M.A., Thornton, Head of Business Education Department. Joyce Broo, B.S., Thornton, Physical Education, Cheerleaders. Ruth Brown, B.S., M.S., Thornton, Business Educa- tion. Elizabeth Brushfield, B.A., M.A., Thornton, Mathematics. Charles T. Buckman, B.S., Thornridge, Industrial Education. Fam fly Bill Burleson, B.S., NLS.: Thornton: English. Mrs. Geraldine Callan, B.S.: Thornton: English. Roy E. Cameron, B.S., Thornridgcg Science: Cain- era Club Sponsor. Mrs. Mary Carhart, B.A., NIA.: Thornridgc: Library. John E. Carlson, B.S. in Ed., lN4.S. in Ed.: Thornton: Physical Education. Charlotte Chambers, B.Mus., M.Mus.: Thornton and Thornridgc: Music: Or- chestra Sponsor. Adelaide Childs, M.A. in English, lN1.A. in Speech: Thornton: Head of English Depart- inent. George W. Clark, B.S., M.A.: Thornton: Business Education: Physical Education. Stanley M. Clauson, B.S. in Ed.: Thornridge: Business Education: FTA, Girls Club Sponsor. Mary L. Coflland, B.Ed., BIA.: Thornridge: Physical Edu- cation. Mary Comegys, B.A., M..'X.: Thornton: Social Studies: PX Corn- mittcc. Richard A. Cook, B.S. in Ed.: Thornridgc: Social Studi:-s:'1FTA Spon- sor. jean A. Craig, BA., lX4.A.: Thornridge: English. Ted Czech, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in PE: Thornton: Physical Education: Varsity XYrestling, Frosh Football, F-S Track. james L. Davis, MA., Thorn- ton: Social Studios: Social Studies Club Sponsor. Mel DeGrafT, B.S., MA.: Thornton: Physical Education: Dean of Boys: Football, Swimming, Track. Mrs. Jacqueline Devens, B.S.: Thorn- ridgc: Physical Education: GAA Spon- sor. Mrs. Marguerite Dierdorff, B.Ed., IVLA.: Thornton: Social Studies. Mrs. Martha Dietrich, B.S. in Ed., M.A. in Bus. Ed.: Thornton: Business Educa- tion. C. Thomas Dore, B.S., MA.: Thornridgcl Head of Matliemzitics Dc- partincnt. Mrs. Margaret L. Doyle, B.S., hI.P.T.: Thornton: Physical Education. Diane DuBois, B.S. in Ed.: Thornton: Art. Mrs. Mary M. Eberhardt, B.S., BA.: Thornton: English. W. Harrison Eller, B.S., lNl.A., LLB.: Thornton: Social Studies. Ronald Ferguson, B.S., BLS.: Thorn- ridgeg Physical Education: -IC Football, Varsity Basketball, F-S Baseball. Mrs. Arlyne R. Fil ppi, B.S.g Thornton: Physical Education. Richard L. Foerch, B.S., M.fX.: Thornton: Physical Educa- tion: Gymnastics: Co-ed Gymnastic Club Sponsor. Elizabeth M. Ford, B.S.: Thornton: Head of Hoinemaking Department: FHA Sponsor. Family W. C. Fowler, lNfl.E., Thornton, ln- dustrial Arts. Frank E. Froschauer, BS., lVl.A.g Tliornridge, Physical Edu- tion, Head of Thornridge PE De- partment, Lettering-n's Club Sponsor. Howard N. Fulk, B.S., Thornton, Industrial Arts. Harold R. Fuller, NIA., Thornriclgc, Head of Social Studies Department. Marie Ganzert, B.A., lVI.A.: Thorn- ton, l-lorncinakingg FHA, YFC Spon- sor. Joy Ganyo, B.S.g Thornton, Eng- lish, Speech. Mrs. Mildred Garlock, B.A., Thornridge, General Science, Girls Club Sponsor. Mrs. Velma Gipp, B.S., BLS., Thornton, lvlathematics. M. L. Gladstone, B.A., Bl..-X., Thorn- ton, Social Studies. Mrs. Marguerite Godwin, B.A., Thornton, English. Mrs. Mildred Golliher, B.S. in Ed., Thornton, Science. Raymond Gouw- ens, BA., LL.B., M.A., Thornridge, Matheinatics. ' P Phillip Granquist, B.A., Thornton, Business Education. Mary Jane Grant Clvlrs. Wlattsj, B.A. , Thornridge, English. Marthalou Gray, B.S., M.S, Thorn- ton, Freshman Class Counselor M. M. Gunkle, M.A., Thornton, Chemistry. Jennifer E. Hance, B.A., M.A., j.D., Thornton, Social Studies. Robert P. Hanrahan, B.S., M.A. in Ed., Thorn- ton, Social Studies, Sponsor KIP Stu- dent Council. Thomas D. Hanrahan, B.S., Thornton, General Science. Ernest M. Hanson, B.S., M.A., Ed.D., Thornton, Director of Research. Arthur H. Harms, B.S., lW.Ed., Thorn- ton, Social Studies, Key Club Sponsor. Henry R. Harms, M.A., Thornton, Chemistry, PX Sponsor, Faculty As- sociation President. Mrs. Ruth Harms, B.A., M.A., Thornton, Class Counselor. Richard Harriman, B.S.g Thornton, English. Bill Hayse, HA., Thornton, Industrial Education. Lois E. Henderson, B.A., M.A., Thornton, Latin, Latin Club Sponsor. Mrs. Nadine C. Hill, B.S. in Ed., M.A., Thornton, English. Jeannette Hills, B.A., lvI.A., Thorn- ton, German, German Club Sponsor. LZZZLAJ, QM -KMC' ,ff , - .K rife?-ffbflff 2011131 if W Lyle A. Hopkins, BSI.. hI.NI.Ecl.g Thornton: Niusic: Hcad Ol1IHSIl'l1lTlC1lI21l Department. Beverly A. Howe, B.A.: Thornton: English: Footliqhters Spon- sor. T. B. Huddlestun, BS. in Ed.: Thornton: Physical Education: Ath- letic Director, Lettermen's Club Spon- sor, Varsity Football. Colette Hurley, B.pX., lNI..X.: Thornton: English. R. Edward Jenkins, B.S.: Thornton: Science. john D.Jenkins, BS.: Thorn- ton: Industrial Education: Sponsor Automotive Stylist Club, Camera Club. Robert R. Johnson, BA.: Thornton: Social Studies: Hockey Club Sponsor. Ruth I. Jones, B.A., hi..-X.: Thornton: lwlathcmatics. James M. Kane, B.S.: Thornton: Biol- ogy. Rose Kehart, BS.: Thornton: Physical Education: CAA Sponsor. George Kuper, B.S., M.S.: Thornton: lvfathematics. Norman C. Lahti, BA., lXfI.A.: Thornton: Social Studies: Har- vey Hooters Sponsor. George E. Laird, B.S.: Thornton: Biology: Biology Club Sponsor. Mrs. Rosemary Lapertosa, B.A.: Thornton: German. Charles R. Lawrence, B.S.. lN'I.A.: Thornton: English. B. G. Lem- mon, B.S. in Ed., Associate in Tech- nology: Thornton: Industrial Educa- tion. George D. Lercher, NI..-X.: Thornton and Thornridge: Chemistry: Sponsor Thornridgc Chemistry Club. Dona Jean Lewis, B.S.: Thornridge: English. Dorothy Lieb, B.S., R.N., C.P.H.N.: Thornton: Head of Health Department, INIAC Sponsor, Health Counselor. Paul W. Liehr, B.S., ME.: Thornton: In- dustrial Education. Mrs. Sara Jane Lifvendahl, B.F.A., lN'I.F.A.: Thornton: Art. Mrs. Geral- dine Mayfield, B.Ed.: Thornton and Thornridge: Latin. Donald E. McAl- vey, B.S., B.A.: Thornton: Physic-al Education: Frosh Basketball, Varsity Cross Country, -IC Baseball. Hugh McCabe, BS., M.S.: Thornridgeg Eng- lish. James C. McMahon, B.S., NI..-X.: Thorn- ton: Social Studies: Director of Evening School. Carl S. Mendenhall, BA., M.S.: Thornton: Physical Education: Head of Boys PE, Intramurals. Mar- garet Miles, B.S., M.S.: Thornton: Hornemaking: FHA Sponsor. Mrs. Ann Mitchell, B.A., lNI.A.: Thornton: Social Studies. , .is af..- A -7 me .rw M Fam by Charlesj. Moore, B.Ed., NI..-X., Thorn- ton, Social Studies, Varsity Tennis. Mrs.Jane Morrison, BA.: Thornridge: Mathematics, PX Committee. Rudolf Morrison, B.A., Thornridge, Social Studies. Mrs. Emma Jean Mott, B.A., Thornton, English. Genevieve E. Musson, B.A., MA., Thornton, French, Sponsor French Club. Donald A. Myers, B.A., M.A., Thornton, Social Studies. Albert C. Nattsas, B.A., M.A.: Thornton, Eng- lish, PX Committee. Don Neal, B.A., Thornridgcg Social Studies. Eleanor E. Nelson, BS. in Ed., MA., Thornton, English. Celeste Noel, BS. in Ed., M.A., Thornton: Social Studies. Edwin H. Norene, B..-X.: Thornton, English. Mrs. Eleanor Norton, BS., Thornton, Physical Education. Donald B. O'Brien, BMX.. KLA., Thorn- ton, Head of Biology Department. Lor- etta A. Oetjen, Ph.B., Thornton, Social Studies Librarian. Elmer C. Ohlert, Ph.B., lW.A., Thornton: English. Ed- ward D. Olson, BJ.: Thornton, Eng- lish, Journalism: Advisor Thorntonite Newspaper. Eugene H. Opperman, BS., lNT.A., Thornridge, Head of General Science Department. Mrs. Beverly A. Ovist, BS., BLS.: Thornton: Social Studies. Mrs. E. Louisa Pandolfi, Pl1.B., Thorn- ton: School Social YYorker. William C. Parker, BS., lW.A.g Thornton, Phys- ical Education, Asst. Director of Intra- murals. Pauline F. Peirce, BA., Rl..-X.: Thorn- ridgeg English, PX Committee. Ru- dolph C. Peters, BS. in Ed.: Thornton, Mathematics, Physics. Richard H. Petrdil, Ph.l3., Thorntong English. Virgil O. Petty, B.Ed., NIS., Thorn- ton, Social Studies, Sponsor Key Club. English, Play Coach. Gordon M. Pierce, BS., M.S., Thornton, lWathe- matics. Marguerite Poole, B.A., MA., Thornton: English. Frank Prist, BS. in Ed., Thornton: Business Edu- Richard W. Pick, BA.: Thornton' cation. Falcu IW Bill Purden, B.A.: Thornton, Physical Education: Varsity Basketball, Varsity Football, Baseball. Orpha A. Raglin, B.Ed., MA.: Thornton: English. Blake L. Reed, B.S., M.S.g Thornton and Thornridge: Biology, Audio-Visual Di- rector. Wilma V. Reed, B.S., M.S.: Thornton: Homemakingg FHA Sponsor. Charles N. Rellis, B.S.g Thornton: Business Education. Fred W. Ring, B.S., M.S.: Thornton, Chemistry, Head of Science Department, Sponsor Chem- istry Club. Margaret Rio, 'Ph.B.g Thornton, General Science: Girls Club Sponsor. Mrs. Roberta Rivere, B.A., M.A.g Thornton: English. Harmon D. Roberts, B.S., M.S., Thorn- tong Head of Industrial Education Dc- partment. Jack K. Robinson, B.S., lX4.S.: Thornridgeg Physical Educationg Football, lVrestling, Track. Nancy Ross, B.A.g Thornriclgeg English, Span- ish. Marion Roth, BA.: Thornton: English: Sponsor Footlighters. Ralph R. Rowe, l3.E., NLS.: Thorn- ridgeg Head of Industrial Education Department: Diversified Occupations Coordinator. Ruth L. Russell, BA., INIA.: Thornton: English. Mrs. Mar- guerite Salkeld, R.N., C.P.H.N.g Thornton: School Nurse. Clifton Sat- terthwaite, BA., lVI..1X.: Thornton: Head of Social Studies Department. Alice Savage, B..-X., Nl.A.1 Thornton: Biology. Mrs. Margaret Schaaf, B.S. in PE: Thornton: Physical Education. Peter Schloss, BS. in PE, NLS.: Thorn- ton: Physical l'1clucationg,IC Athletics. Mrs. Olive Schmidt, B.A.: Thornton: Matheniatics. Glenn C. Schuermann, B.S. in Ed. NPA. in Theatre, Thornton: English: I-lead Dramatics Coach. Sterling Scott, B.A., NPA., Thornriflgeg Social Studies. Viola Seebach, B.A., M.A.: Thornton: Head of Mathematics Department, Sponsor Math Club. Mae M. Sexauer, BA.: Thornton: English. a Raymond C. Sherman, B.S. in Ed.: Thornton: Business Education. Mrs. Rosalie E. Sherman, R N g Thornton: School Nurse: Sponsor lX1AC. George F. Shouse, B.S., M.S.: Thornridgeg Biology: Head of Thornridge Science Department. joseph Silva, BA., NIA.: Thornton, Spanish. g5a..,..'+W S- Fazcufzy William C. Simpson, l5.S.g Thornton: General Science, Speech Correction, Willard F. Siville, NI.Ed.: Thorn- TOHI Industrial Education: Sponsor Radio Club. Albert Sowa, BS.: Thorn- ton: lVIathematiCs. Edith M. Sewers, B.S., NIA 1 Thornridfle: Head of Bus- iness Education Department. Clarence Stegmeir, NI..-X., Thornton: Social Studies. Mrs. Joan Steinhoff, B.S.g Thorntong Physical Education: GAA Sponsor. Arthur Stejskal, B..-X., Thornton, Social Studies: Co- Sponsor PX. Mrs. Charlotte Stephens, Ph.B., BS.: Thornton: l.i5rary. Erwin Stuart, B.E., M.A.g Thornridgeg Industrial Education. T. E. Sturm, BS., lNI.S g Thornton: Industrial Edu- cation. Ann Sundstrom, B.S., M.A.g Thornridgeg Business Education. Ver- non Sunset, B.S.g Thornridgeg Indus- trizl Education. 1 lf Ar 42 ft f ' ll .. fp ,1. ,grrfzztfru-i,k'L ' obert C. Sutor, B. ., horntong In- dustrial Education, F-S Tennis. Mrs. Margaret B. Swanberg, B.A., M.A.g Thornton: English. Eleanore P. Szy- manski, B.A.g Thornton, English: Speech Committee. Dorothea Thiel, B. of A.E., lNI.A.3 Thornton: Art, Head of Art Department. Marion L. Thomas, B.S. in Ed., M.S. in Ed.g Thornton, Mathematics. Mary P. Thompson, B.P.S.M., M.S.g Thorn- ton, Music: Girls Choral Groups. Mrs. Dorothy Tillery, B.Ed.: Thornton, Business Education. William E. Tip- ton, B.S. in Ed., Thornton: Industrial Education. Mrs. Mary E. Tomlinson, B.S. in Ed., B.S. in ILS., Thornton: Library. Mrs. Lucille Toudryk, B.S.: Thornridge: Homemakingg FHA Sponsor. 0. Fred Umbaugh, B.A., M.A.g Thorntong English. Mrs. Dorothy Valbert, R.N., C,P.H.N.g Thornridge: School Nurse. Charles Van Cleve, B.S., lNI.A., Ph.D.g Thornton, Social Studies. Mrs. Marie Wallace, M.S. in Business: Thornton, Business Education. Mrs. Hilda D. Ward, B.A.g Thornridgeg English. Dorothy M. Washburn, B.A., MA., Thornton: English: Yearbook Advisor. Falculzy Florence Waterman, B.S-5 Thornton and Thornridgeg Cafc-tcria. George P. Watkins, BS., M.S.: Thornridgeg So- cial Studies, Sponsor Girls Club, Thorn- tonccrs. Mrs. Katherine Wessel, B.S. in Ed., BLS. in Business Ed.g Thorntong Business Education. Paul Wessel, B.S.E., NI.S.E.g Thornton: Business Education. Geraldine Wetzel, B.S.g Thornton: Physical Education, Sponsor G.-XA. Donald R. Williams, BA.: Thornton: Business. Andrew A. Winterbauer, Thorntong Industrial Education. Mrs. Marilou S. Work, B.A., NLA.: Thorn- ton, Foreign Language. Velma Wray, B.A.3 Thornton: Bus- iness Education. Florence Wunder- lich, Ph.B., M.A. CFrcnchJ, M..-X. fSpanishJg Spanish and French: Head of Foreign Language Department. Robert D. Zechel, B.A.g Thorntong Englishg Play Coach, Debate Club. Henry A. Zevenhouse, B.S. in Archi- tectureg Thorntong Industrial Educa- tion. -ang ms., ww ew FZCMZW John B. Benedetto, B.S. in Ed.: Thorn- tong Physical Education. Grant R. Blaney, B.S.g Thornridgc: Physical Education. Mrs. Joanne M. Cartier, B.A.g Thorntong Business. James E. Caster, B.A.g Thornton: Social Studies. Mrs. Sally Harriman, B.S.g Thornton: English. Harry Koedyker, Ph.B.g Thornton, lNlathcmatics. Kathryn Ro- zek, B.S.g Thornridgeg Physical Edu- cation. SKWEIZEV Registrar's Office--Mrs. Leona XVif'n6r, IWrs. Ruby Norton, Mrs, The-Ima Larson. Tbwfmon 0 Ce fiazjfv beffm' Z0 gel Business Office- -Mrs. Niarqarrt Klc-ckuvr, Miss Harrie-t Burton, Niiss Linda Starks. Q, :"5P',f:1 " ' V am- ,,. .. - J -- , . M 162 Main oiiices in the new wing are the heart of Thornton activities. In the Business Ofhce are handled all organization accounts, transportation arrangements, and orders for departmental equip- ment. Big job of the year was equipping the new school. For faculty and staff. the Business Office meant pay checks. In the Registrar's Ollice are kept the individual records of all students. A new report card system and separation of records for students who would remain at Thornton and those who would move to Thornridge required much planning and many a change in routine. Tiers of faculty mailboxes in the main oilice expanded for the fall semester and contracted in February when faculty assigned to the new school moved over to Thornridge. Switchboard opera- tions were frustrating for a while as the new direct line to Thornridge was being installed. liut that difficulty was soon over and as easily forgotten. Sharon Groeneveld and lVIrs. Geneva Denham sort faculty mail. fha new whom' under my General Office-Row 1: Mrs. l,iona Seqraves, Nliss Sallv Toigo, Bliss Dora Harthun. Row 2: Nlrs. Janet Dc Groot, Nliss Anna Nlac Klotz, Bliss hlarian Finchum, Nlrs. Lucille Hueninli. Cafeteria Staff-Row 1: Mary Mackel, Ethel Silzer, Ruth Bogenschneider, -Iessie Lyon, Ruth Ahrens, Martha Thompson, Adeline Jacobson. Row 2: Emily Burke, Arminto Rosebourgh, Gerene hloore, Luc-lla Wiseman, Marge Davis, Rose Leppert. Edith Meagher, Edna Young. Cazjfefeffm, Buz'la'z'nCg Hajj? help mower! Cafeteria staff members looked forward to the day when the opening of Thornridge would mean Building Superintendent-Walter C. Glogowski, asst. at less Crowded -iunchrfyoms at Thornton' The dll- Thgrnyidgeg Mrs, 1,-cm williams, Scfcetaryg Howafd ference was immediately X'1Ot1CC3lJlC. Alter all, Dostcff building SuPCflmmdCm' there were a thousand mouths less to feed! Menus for the two schools were coordinated. Miss Waterxrian became director of both cafeterias and moved her office to the new school. Mrs. Lyon, assistant director, took charge at Thornton. Most of the staff remained at Thornton and a new one began work at Thornridge. Wlhen Mr. Glogowski became Mr. Doster's assistant at Thornridge, he got himself into a real job. He learned the ropes first at Thornton while Mr. Doster checked on building operations at Thornridge. He was always cheerful no matter what the demands ofthe faculty. Mrs. Wfilliams, their secretary, lived in a world papered with work orders. YVith all the headaches and frus- trations of a new building. they could still laugh, sometimes. 164 Receiving RO0Ul"mIXfI1'. Henry Wilhoit checks incoming packages. 'When it came time to move. that week-end be- tween semesters. the maintenance staff fell to and did a tremendous amount of clean-up work at Thornridge. Cafeteria women did their share, too, ol' getting things ready to feed the hungry ones. They all wondered how they would ever get the place in order for the Hrst day, but they managed. Helping faculty pack and transport their class- room lnelongings was no small part of what the maintenance stafl' accomplished. Some of the Thornton staff moved over to Thornridge. just as the faculty did. They formed a nucleus of experienced personnel so that oper- ations there would be as smooth as possible. Maintenance Staff-Row 1: XVilmoutli Lockhart, Beauton XVilliams, John Blake, Wfilliam Loose, Row 2: Albert Bobb, Robert Burns, joseph Liptok, Adam Stoiak. Row 3: Calvin Graddy, Russell Erickson, James Heimlich, Harry Hanson. Maintenance Staff-Row 1: Henry Willioit. lX4ary liandowski, Karl Estes, Earl Wlilhoit, James Thomson. Row 2: Ray MeB1'ide, Eva Lass, Rose Ryktarc- zyk, Row 3: Jerry Prather, Abel Stal- linlea. Harold Peterson, Curt Wlilson. Row 4: Chester Niles, Clarence Pear- son, Lawrence liekman, George Hag- ner, Don NN'ilson. l Z :f .at.,,, in t....,..m.fa-.,,..,..-t, My -. fat... --,,.........s... ftyy, .,.t.,,..,M.......,-.,...,.......v ..,.,.a. Wwwis- t... -- Graduation ushers, guides-Row 1: Jaan Walther, ,Iohn McConnell, Kay Lawrence Qguidej, Pamela Zesch tguide l, Todd Haines, Phyllis Stockey. Row 2: Dennis Nlarshall, Phil Hohmann, jack Reaugh, Kendall Houk, Christopher Iacobs, Peter Shaw. Row 3: Tom lN1cCaslin, Susan Blessing, Karen Dref- hall, Dorothy Sauch, Emma Moresi, ,Ioan Harvey, -Iolin Patterson. Row 4: Iames Beck, lidward Neumann, Carol Wriglit, Glenn DeGraff. Vincent Ger- aci, Mark Speyer. Graduation ushers are appointed from the ,junior class according to their scholastic ranking. Of these twenty-live top scholars, the two highest girls are designated as guides. Ushers assist the N 5 audience and help to establish the line of march. J The guides, together with two faculty marshals chosen by the senior class officers, lead the pro- cessional on graduation night. Junior National Honor Society-Row 1: Jaan XValther, Susan Blessing, john McConnell, Pamela Zesch, Tom McCaslin, Christopher Jacobs, Edward Neumann. Row 2: james Beck, Phil Hohmann, Jack Reaugh, Kendall Houk, Todd Haines, Dennis Marshall. Row 3: Vicki Anderson, Susan Pond, Bonnie Grugett, Joy Strobo, Beverly Matuska, Diane Rhodes, Alice Pala. Row 4: Gail Allen, Collette Colvert, Barbara Henricson, Patricia Bunker, Annette Spencer, Sandy Sheahan, Linda Dybas. Row 5: Carole Jackson, Ted Thoren, Dave Carr, Tom Hinkey, Steve Benos, Terrie Kopac, Meg Priddy, Marilyn Rush. Row 6: joe Hawkins, Martha Dillner, Sue Finnell, Darlene Kadlec, Dorothy Dausrnan, Carol Pajak, ,Iudith Swigost, Karen Ricklioff. ROW7: Dwii,fhtI.ewis, Fred Needham, Leonard-Iohnson, Bob Burdc-tt, Bob Ring, Nelson Smith, Brian Baumruk. 1 166 Senior Senate-Row 1: janet Kipley, Linda Dybas, Sharon Sikma. Row 2: Barbara Van Dam, Bonnie Perkins, Judy Decker, Carolynn Miller, Marilyn Rush, Sally Taylor, Martha Dillner, Sharon Baumgartner. Row 3: john Buck, Todd Haines, Tom Hinkey, Dennis Loy, Gary Pruitt, Larry Iwema, Dennis Sparger, Fred Stuart, Everett Evans, Christopher Jacobs. 5 674107 Leader Nlembers of National Honor Society are chosen each spring from a candidate list given to the faculty. To be eligible, a senior must rank in the upper 25 per cent of his class and a junior must carry a UBM average. Membership is limited to 15 per cent of the graduating class, one third ol which may be elected as juniors. Junior appoint- ees serve as the active members during their senior year. electing olllicers, raising' funds, and holding business meetings. Senior Class Senate consists ol' one representa- tive chosen from each home room. It is the first duty ol' senators to assist in the election ol' senior class oflicers, nominated from the class at large. The class counselor. with the aid ol' officers and senate, conducts the business meetings ol' the class throughout the year. Important decisions relating to the prom, the play. and to graduation are made and relayed to the rest ofthe class through reports ol' their senators. Senior Class Officers- -Row 1: Dave Carr, president, Diane Rhodes, secretary. Row2: TerrieKopac, treas- urerg Brian Baumruk, lst vice-president, Mark Speyer, Znd vice-president: Mari Lou McCann, asst. treasurcrg Paula Powers, secretary. NUR ROLL 167 NHS OfFtcers-'-Nelson Smith. pre,-si dent: Linda Dybas, secretaryg Phi Huh mann, treasurer. jqh07f7flZi07flZf6 howard We announced Two end-of-the-year activities are as traditional as the commencement itself. Flag Day is an all- school tribute to the national banner. Seniors march for the first time in their graduation robes. At the assembly on Honors Day, citations are made for scholastic and athletic achievements, and the new NHS members are announced. Seniors forget how hot and crowded it is at com- mencement time as they march up to receive their diplomas, earned by four years of hard work. Sue Lentz, '59 grad, gets her diploma from Mr. Tilton. Thorntonites gather for Flag Day ceremonies. Q' , W A. ,QA ,mx ,gum-'L uv 170 femur Barbara Adams David Adams Lori Aliinito Richard Ahern Gail Allen James Allen Doris Allison Dorothy Allison James Alpert Nickolas Altavilla Pat Altavilla Patricia Altier Niles Andersen James Anderson Vicki Anderson Peter Anderson Wanda Anker Donald Appoloni Joyce Arcus Brenda Ashby James Ashmore Bobbie Atkins Art Atkinson Lynda Aurand Jerome Badeusz Harry Baker Janet Baker Jeanette Bakker Parkes Balhouse Adrienne Banovich Robert Baringer Linda Bark Robert Barnes Bob Bates Clam Robert Baumgartner Sharon Baumgartner Brian Baumruk Harold Beagle William Beaver James Beck Richard Beflnar Mike Behrens 1960 Barbara Adams, Phoenix: Girls Club 1, 3-David Adams, South Holland, Illiopolis H. S. 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 4, Chemistry Club 4, Chorus 4, 'The Man Wlho Came to Dinner" 4--Lori Aiiinito, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3--Richard Ahern, Riverdale- Gail Allen, Harvey, Girls Club Awards 1, 2, 3, Board 2, Refreshment Crew 3, 4, Ex- change Student 4, KIP Forum 2, French Club 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, News- paper liditor-in-Cl1ief4, NHS 3, 4--James Allen, Thornton. Doris Allison, Harvey- -Dorothy Allison, Phoenix: Girls Club 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3- -James Alpert, Homewood, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 1, 2, 3, 4, KIP Forum 3, Football 1, 2, 3. 4-Nick Altavilla, Riverdale, JRC Repr. 1, 3, Council 3, Class Senator 1, 4, Newspaper Distr. 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basket- ball Mgr. 3, 4--Pat Altavilla, Riverdale-Patricia Altier, Harvey, Girls Club Minor' Ofhcer 1, 2, 3, CARR Chairman 3, Commissioner 3, Refreshment Crew 3, Loyalty Day Repr. 2, Dance 2: French Council 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 1, 2, 3, Chorus 4. Niles Andersen, Dolton-James Anderson, Riverdale-4Vicki Anderson, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, Dad-Daughter 3, Stand-up 4, Big Sister 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4-Peter Anderson, Homewood, Boys Club Repr. 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, 3, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, PX 2, 3, 4-Wanda Anker, South Holland, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. Chairman 2, Council 4, T pins 1, 2, Mother-Daughter 1, Faculty Tea 2, KIP Forum 1, Gym Leader 3, Newspaper Staff 1, Art Award 3-Don Appoloni, Riverdale. Joyce Arcus, Dolton, Girls Club 3, 4, Newspaper Distr. 2, JRC Alternate 4-Brenda Hazel Crest-James Ashmore, South Holland, Boys Club Repr. 2, JRC 1, 2- Atkins, Dixmoor, Boys Club 4, JRC 1, 2-Art Atkinson, Hazel Crest: Boys KIP Forum 1,JRC 1-Lynda Aurand, Harvey, Ashby, Bobbie Club 1 , Jerome Badeusz, Dolton, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Debate Club 4, Glee Club 1, Chorus 2 3, 4, lvladrigal Singers 4, "The Man Wfho Came to Dinnerl' 4: PX 2, 3, 4-Harry Baker, Dolton, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-C 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3--Janet Baker, Hazel Crest: Girls Club 1, T pin 1: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4--Jeanette Bakker, Lansing, Girls Club 1, 4, T pin 1, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4-Parkes Balhouse, Dolton---Adrienne Banovich, Blue Island, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, lN1inor Ofhcer 2, 3, T pins 1, 2, KIP Forum 1, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, JRC Repr. 2, 3, 4, Footlighters 3, 4. Robert Baringer, Riverdale, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Camera Club 1, 2--Linda Bark, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Council 3, 4, Div. Chairman 1, 2, 3, 4, Refreshment Crew 4, Big Sister 4, Nlarshal 4, Commissioner 3, Dad-Daughter 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4- Robert Barnes, Lansing, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Bus Guard 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4: Hall Guard 3, 4, Hi-C 1, 2, 3- -Bob Bates, Riverdale, Boys Club 1, 2, JRC Repr. 1---Robert Baumgartner, Dolton- -Sharon Baumgartner, Riverdale: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, May Clueen Court 3, Dad-Daughter 4: Gym Jam 4, KIP Secretary 3, GAA Board 1, 2, 3: Senator 4. Brian Baumruk, Homewood: Hall Guard 4, KIP Forum 3, 4, Class V-P 4: Football 1, 2, 3,41 Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2, 4: National lNf1erit Test 4, NHS 3, 43 PX 3, 4- Harold Beagle, East Hazel Crest, Hall Guard 1, 2, 3, 4, Bus Guard 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, Campus Patrol 2, 3, 4: Library Asst. 3: Band 1, 2, 3-William Beaver, Dolton- James Beck, Harvey, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, German Council 4, Graduation Usher 3, Chemistry Club 3, 4, t'Julius Caesarw 3, NHS 3, 4--Richard Bednar, Thornton, Boys Club 2. 3, 4: Gym Leader 3-Mike Behrens, Dolton, Intramural Basketball Champs 3, Boys Club 3, 4, Repr. 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 2 3. 171 Z fmzwff David Bell William Bell Lina Bellosillo Beth Belmore Cathleen Bennet Karen Bennett Steve Benos Bonnie Berry Edward Bieganowski Allen Binder Donna Bishop Herbert Blair Karen Blank Susan Blessing Karen Boland Linda Boomsma Jean Bossard Wade Boswell Marie Bott Dennis Boychuk Linda Boyens Kathy Brennan Chuck Brewer John Brewer Carolyn Brezek Jenny Brincivalli Judie Bronecke Richard Bronecke Beverly Broome Robert Brosseau Tom Brougham Darryl Brown Harris Brown Kenneth Brown Muriel Brown John Brucker Barry Bruggeman Drucilla Bruni Janine Bucholz John Buck John Budzik Wayne Bukwa David Bell, Riverdale, Boys Club 1, 4: French Club 1, 2, Library Asst. 4, Camera Club 1- 25 R2iCl1O Club SCCFCIZIFY 3, 4, Glen Club 1, Hall Guard 3fWilliam Bell, Phoenix, Boys Club Repr. 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 4, Track ?, 3, 4--Lina Bellosillo, Riverdale: lgxchangc Student from Phillippincs 4, Girls Club Council 4, Social Studies Club 4-Beth Belmore, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 2: Keydets 1, Choir 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4, hfladrigal Singers 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Variety Show 3, Art Award 3- Cathleen Bennet, Harvey, Crete-lV1onee H. S. 1, Girls Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 3- Karen Bennett, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 3, 4, Steve Benos, Harvey, Boys Club Repre. 1, 2, 4, Spanish Club President 2, Chorus 2, 3, 74: Homecoming 3, 4: Variety Show 3, Footlighter Board 4, Newspaper Editor 41 Pk 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4- -Bonnie Berry, Harvey-Edward Bieganowski, Phoenix, Boys Club 1, Spanish Club 2, 3- -Allen Binder, Riverdale, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, KIP Forum 1, 2, Key Club 4, Golf 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2+Donna Bishop, Thornton, Girls Club 4, Biology Asst, 4fHerbert Blair, lN1arkham. Karen Blank, Dolton, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4-Susan Blessing, Riverdale, Lockport l, Girls Club 2, 3, 4, MAC 2. 3, Vice-President 4, Math Club 2, 3, Secretary 4, General Oflice 3, Grad Usher 3, NHS 3, 4-Karen Boland, Riverdale, Girls Club 1, 2, 3-Linda Boomsma, South Holland, Girls Club 2, 4-Jean Bossard, South Holland, Girls Club 1, 2. 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2--Wade Boswell, Harvey. Marie Bott, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 1, Div. Chairman 3, T pins 1, 2, KIP Forum 3, 4, Glee Club 1, GAA 4, Gymnastic Club 3, Faculty Asst. 2-Dennis Boychuk, Blue Island, Hall Guard 1, Newspaper Distr. 3fLinda Boyens, Thornton, Girls Club 1, 2. 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, Chorus 4-Kathy Brennan, Hazel Crest, Girls Club 1, 2, Glee Club 1, GAA 1-Chuck Brewer, Harvey, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Representative 1, 3, Class Senator 2, Spanish Club 3, Vice-President 3-John Brewer, Harvey, Basket- ball 1: i'Vrestling 1. Carolyn Brezek, Riverdale, St. Louis Academy 1, 2, 3, Girls Club 4--Jenny Brincivalli, Dolton, Girls Club 1. 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, French Club 2, 3, Council 3-Judie Bronecke, Harvey-Richard Bronecke, Harvey-Beverly Broome, Nlarkham, Gary, Ind. 1, 2, 3-Robert Brosseau, Dolton. Tom Brougham, Harvey, Swimming l-Darryl Brown, Phoenix, Football 1, Wrest- ling 1, 2, Intramural Basketball 3, 4fHarris Brown, Dixmoor--Kenneth Brown, Dolton, Boys Club 4, Hall Guard 2, Bus Guard 2, 3, 43 French Club 2, Tennis 1, Track 2, 4, Football 2, Social Studies Club 3, 4, JRC 3-Muriel Brown, Dolton, California 1, 2, 3, Girls Club 4, YFC Club 4, Latin Club 4-John Brucker, South Holland. Barry Bruggeman, ThorntonfDrueilla Bruni, South Holland, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, JRC Repr. 2, 3-Janine Bucholz, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. Chairman 1, 4, G.-XA 1, 2, 3. 4: Class Senator 3-John Buck, Riverdale, Spanish Club 3, Lettcrmen's Club 3, 4, Class Senator 4, 'liraek 3, 4, Football 3, 4fJohn Budzik, East Hazel Crest, KIP Forum 4, French Club 2, 3, Library Asst. 3fWayne Bukwa, Riverdale, Boys Club 1, 4, Representative 1, Latin Club 2, 3, PX 2, 3, 4. 173 174 fembfff Darlene Bult Judith Bultman Robert Burdett Georgiann Burke Thomas Burke Wallace Burress Carol Bush Nancy Bush Patricia Buttle Ken Buvala Robert Bytnar Jerry Cabala Patricia Cade Delmar Calgaro Arthur Callahan Chesser Campbell Herman Cantrell Frank Carlson Ron Carlson Victor Caroli David Carr Robert Carraro Bonnie Cates Carol Celinder Charles Cerny Casey Cetnar Patricia Charlton Dolores Childress Nancy Church Mimi Cienkus James Cioni Lafayette Clark Norman Clavio Jewel Clay Bill Collings Donna Condit Kathie Conlon Vincent Coppens Doris Corcoran Dave Cordes Kathleen Cordes Janice Coston 3, 4-ellobert Darlene Bult, South Holland'-Judith Bultman, Harvey, Girls Club 1, Burdett, Homewood, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, KIP Vice-President 3, President 4, Key Club 2, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Parade 3, King 4, Delegate NASC'T0L1f Of Europe 4, NHS 3, 4, PX 3, 4'4Georgiann Burke, Lansing, Bowen High 1, Girls Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4-Thomas Burke, Dolton, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 13021111 43 KIP Forum 3, Class President 3, Key Club 3, 4, President 4, Prom Chairman 3, Homecoming Dance 4, Court 4, PX 1, 2, 3, 4aWallace Burress, Hazel Crest, Spanish Club 34 lvfcst' ling l, Swimming 2: Football 2, Gymnastics Club 3, 4. Carol Bush, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pin 1, Council 1, KIP Forum 2, Glee Club 1, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Distr. 2, 3"-Nancy Bush, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Hostess 3, Dc-an's Asst. 2, Div. Chairman 3, Choir 4, Glee Club 1, JRC C0uHC1l 1, 2, Social Studies Council 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Distr. 3-ePatr1c1a Buttle, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. Chairman 2, Commissioner 3, Council 4, T pins 1, 2, JRC Repr. 2, Latin Club 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4- -Ken Buvala, Lansing, Thornton Fractional 1, 2, Basketball 3, Latin Club 3, 4"--Robert Bytnar, Phoenix, Boys Club 1, 4, Repre- sentative 1, Campus Patrol 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, Intramural Basketball 1, Biology Exhibit Finalist 2'--Jerry Cabala, Phoenix: Boys Club 1, 4, German Club 2, 3: Glee Club 1, Wfrestling 1, Intramural Basketball 1. Patricia Cade, Homewood: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Footlighters 2, 3'-Delmar Calgaro, Homewood, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, Bus Guard Captain 24Arthur Callahan, Harvey--Chesser Campbell, Riverdale, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 2, 3, 4, Board 3, 4, Hall Guard 4 --Herman Cantrell, Phoenix' -Frank Carlson, Dolton,JRC Repr. 4. Ron Carlson, Dolton--Victor Caroli, South Holland, Aurora 1, Rich 2, Boys Club 3, 4, French Council 4, Footlighters 3, 4, Vice-president 4, Homecoming Dance 3, 4, '1Our Hearts lfVere Young and Gay" 3, 'lJulius Caesarl' 3, 'KThe Man lVl'l0 Came I0 Dinnerv 4'-David Carr, Riverdale, Boys Club 1, 2, Hall Guard 1, 2, 3, KIP 2nd V-P 3. Board 4, Key Club Board 2, Swimming 1, 2, Class President 4, Homecoming Court 4, NHS 3, 4: PX 3, 4-Robert Carraro, Dolton, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Hall Guard Bus Guard 2, Pep Club 3, AVC 4eBonuie Cates, Riverdale, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, pins 1, 2, Div. Chairman 1, Council 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 2, 3, Pep Club 3, 4s BIOIOHY Asst. 4'--Carol Celinder, Riverdale, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 23 JRC RPAPL 15 Pep Club 4, Biology Secy. 4. Charles Cerny, lvlarkhamg Hall Guard 2, 4, Glee Club 1, Choir 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, N'Vrestling 1, 2, Football 2, Class Senator 4--Casey Cetnar, Phoenix, Boys Club 1, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Leader 2, 3, 4'-Patricia Charlton, Dixmoor, Glee Club 1, 2-fe Delores Childress, Dixmoor, MAC 1, 2, Glee Club 1, 2wNancy Church, Riverdale, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Div. Chairman 1, 3, 4, Stand-up Repr. 2, Pep Club 3, Newspaper Distr. 3'HMimi Cienkus, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. Chairman 1, 4, Council 2, 3, KIP Forum 2, Class Senator 1, 3, French Council 2, 3, GAA 1. 2, 3. 4. Swim Show 2. 41 Variety Show 1, Newspaper Distr. 2, 3. James Cioni, Dolton: Bovs Club 1, 2, 3, Representative 3, Hall Guard 2, Bus Guard 2, Latin Club 2, 3 --Lafayette Clark, Phoenix 4Norman Clavio, Harvey, Boys Club Repr. 1:JRC Repr. 4---Jewel Clay, Dixmoor, Social Studies Club 4, Representative 4- Bill Collings, Crete, AVC 1, Pep Club 4 -Donna Condit, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3 4, Stand-up 1. Council 1, Spanish Club 2, 3, Glee Club 11JRC Repr. 4. Kathie Conlon, Dolton, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4: MAC 2' -Vincent Coppens, Harvey, Boys Club Repr. 2, 3, 2nd V-P 4, Mother-Son 4, Father-Son 4, Hallguard 1, 2, 3, Commander-in-Chief4, KIP Forum 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Letter- men 1, 2, 3, 4 -Doris Corcoran, Hazel Crest"-Dave Cordes, Harvey, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Representative 2, KIP Forum 2, 3, 4, Debate Club President 4, Key Club Board 2, V-P 3, District Ofhcer 4, Class V-P 2, 'Latin Club Consul 3, Football 1---Kathleen Cordes, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2: French Club 2, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, FTA 1, JRC Repr. 1, Newspaper Distr. 1feJanice Coston, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: KIP Forum 2, French Club 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 175 4 E 176 JVKWZUVI Joann Cotton Knute Cotton Randall Cowser LeRoy Coxon Sharon Craig Nancy Crawford John Crichton Margaret Crisman Laverne Crowder Jean Cubalehini Bill Cypress Leroy Czarnecki Richard Czekalski Carole Dallc Paul DalSanto Sandra Danrieh Edward Darnell Dorothy Dausman Edward Davidson Ray Davis Joanne Davros Norlaine Johnson Glenn DeGraff Robert DeGroot Kathleen DeGruccio Gary Dekker Sharon DeMaar John DeMatteo Richard Dennis Pat Dennison Karl DeRooy David Deverick Patricia Devic Elaine Devine Marcy DeYoung Robert DeYoung Carol Diekelman Mary Ann Diekelma Martha Dillner Phillis Domiter James Dondelinger Dennis Dornburg Il Joann Cotton, Harvey: JRC 2, 3- -Knute Cotton, Harvey: Boys Club 4: Hall Guard 2, 3, 4 -Randall Cowser, Dolton: KIP Repr. 3 -LeRoy Coxon, Harvey: Football 1, 2, 3, 4--- -Sharon Craig, South Holland: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Div. Chair- man 4: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3- -Nancy Crawford, Harvey: Girls Club Minor Ofhcer 1. 2, Commissioner 3, lX4ay Queen Court 3: JRC Board 2. 3, 4, Secretary 3, Viee-Presi- dent 4: Cheerleader 3, 4, Captain 4: Harvey Hoofers 4: Yearbook Stall 4. John Crichton, Harvey: Goll' 3, 4: Swimming 4 -Margaret Crisman, Harvey: Girls Club, T pings 1, 2, Minor Ofheer 3, 4, Big Sister 4, Loyalty-Scholarship Day 3: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 3, 4, Secretary 4: French Club 1, 2, 3: Choral Groups 1, 2: PX 3, 4 - Laverne Crowder, Dixmoor: Girls Club 3: French Club 2: Spanish Club 1: GAA 1, lYater Show 1: Variety Show 2- --Jean Cubalchini, South Holland: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: Social Studies Club 4, Social Studies Repr. 4 -Bill Cypress, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. 4 -Leroy Czarneeki, Dolton: Boys Club 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Soeial Studies Club 1, 2, 3: Gymnastic Team 2, 3, Richard Czekalski, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2 - Carole Dalle, Dolton: Girls Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 1 -Paul DalSanto, Lansing -Sandra Danrich, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2: Newspaper Distr. 3- -Edward Darnell, Harvey: Hall Guard 2: Bus Guard 2: AVC 1 -Dorothy Dausman, Harvey: Girls Club Liinor Ofhcer 1, 2, 3, Refreshment Crew 3, 4, Big Sister 4, Stand-up 1, 2, 3, 4, Activity Chairman 4: KIP-Faculty Game 3: Latin Club 2, 3: GAA 1. 2, 3, 4: NHS 3, 4: PX 3, 4. Edward Davidson, Harvey: Boys Club 1. 2, 3 -Ray Davis, Harvey-Joanne Davros, South Holland -Norlaine Johnson, South Holland: Fenqer 1, 2: Girls Club 3, 4: GAA 3, 4 --Glenn DeGraff, South Holland: Bus Guard Captain 3: Cafeteria Guard 4: Glee Club 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4: Library Asst. 2, 3: Class Leader 4: PX 2, 3, 4: Grad Usher 3: Natl Rlerit Semi-Finalist 4 -Robert DeGroot, Harvey: KIP Forum 2: Glee Club 1: Library Asst. 3: Nat'l Nlerit Semi-linalist 4. Kathleen DeGruccio, Calumet City: Girls Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Rental Library 1: Social Studies Asst. 4 --Gary Dekker, Riverdale: Boys Club 3 -Sharon DeMaar, Dolton: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 'll pin 1-John DeMatteo, Harvey: Football 4: Basketball 3: Base- ball 1: Track 1- -Richard Dennis, Harvey: Boys Club Repr. 3: Hall Guard 2, 3, 4, Captain 3: KIP Forum 3: Spanish Club 4: Key Club 3: Gym Leader 3: FfI'ZlCli 4: Glee Club 1- Pat Dennison, Dolton: Girls Club 1, 2, 3. 4. Couneil 1: Latin Club 1, 2. Karl DeRooy, Riverdale --David Deverick, Riverdale: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 2, Captain 3: Key Club 2, 3, 4, Board 3, Homecoming 2: Class Senator 1: Tennis 1, 2. Cross Country 4 -Patricia Devic, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 3, 4: GAA 1. 2, 3, 4 - Elaine Devine, Calumet City: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Faeulty Asst. 4 Marcy DeYoung, South Holland: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 'F pin 1: KIP Forum 1: GAA 2, 3. 4. Swim Show 2: Faeulty Asst. 4 -Robert DeYoung, South Holland. Carol Diekelman, Thornton: Girls Club 1. 2, 3, 4, 'l' pins 1, 2, Div. Chairman 3, Re- lreshment Crew 4, Big Sister 4: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 4: Glee Club 1, 2, Chorus 3, 4-- Mary Ann Diekelman, Thornton: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Refreshment Crew 4, Scholarship Tea 4: Choral Groups 1, 2, 3: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Hall Hostess 4-- - Martha Dillner, Dolton: Girls Club Nlinor Gfhcer 2, 3, 4, Board 1, Commissioner 3, Refreshment Crew 3, 4: JRC Council 3: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: CPO Asst, 3: Class Senator 3, 4: NHS 3, 4: Yearbook Staff 4 --Phyllis Domiter, Dolton: Girls Club 1, 2, 4: News- paper Distr. 1- James Dondelinger, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Variety Show 3: Class Leader 2 -Dennis Dornburg, South Holland: Class Leader 3. 177 1 i 178 .Yemen Tony Doszak Louise Drazba Karen Drefhall Lucille Drenth Carol Duckworth Pat Duetsch Emma Duff John Dunker Linda Dybas Joel Earnest Sharon Eckert Martin Eckst.-:in Elenora Edmondson Darla Edwards Dorothy Eisner Robert Elliott Bill Elliott Evelyn Ellis Patricia Ellis Latricia Ellison Delores Elmore MaryBeth Elmos Jeri Engh Sandy Engler Barbara Enright Marilyn Erdely Carole Erickson Lance Erickson Senne Erickson Charlotte Esler Sonia Espen Everett Evans Donald Eylander Gale Fair Kathleen Faoro Robert Farr Joe Farrell Sharon Fath David Fehland Leroy Ferry Michael Ferry Elene Fetsis Tony Doszak, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Swimming 1, 2, 3: Gym Leader 4: Game Usher 2 -Louise Drazba, Riverdale: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Board 3, 4: KIP Forum 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 3, 4. Chairman 3. 4 -Karen Drefhall, Dolton: Girls Club 1, 2. 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, Minor Ofliieer 2, Commissioner 3, 4, Chairmanships 3, 4, Re- freshment Crew 4: JRC Rerr. 1: German Club 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Grad Usher 3- Lueille Drenth, Lansing: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hi-C 1, 2 -Carol Duckworth, River- dale: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: GAA 3. 4 Pat Duetsch, Homewood: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 4: French Council 2: Glee Club 1: Play Chairman 4: Footlijghters 4: GAA 1, 2. 3. 4. Swim Show 2, Moclf-1'n Dance Show 3: Purplelettes 3, 4. Emma Duff, Phoenix: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4 John Dunker, Dolton: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Repr. 1: KIP Forum 4: German Club 2, 3: Glee Club 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Madrigal Singers 4: Band 1, 2: Chemistry Club 3: PX 4---Linda Dybas, Homewood: Biology Club President 3, Treasurer 4: Chemistry Club Secy-Treas. 4: NHS Secretary 4: Girls Club Awards 1, 2, 3, Biz Sister 4, Refreshment Crew 4, Commissioner 3, 4: SDanish Council 1. 2: Orchestra President 4 Joel Earnest, Dolton: Boys Club 1, 2, 3 -Sharon Eckert, Thornton: Girls Club 1, 2. 3. 4: GAA 3, 4: Faculty Asst. 4 --Martin Eckstein, South Holland: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Repr. 2. 4: Intramural Basketball 3. Elenora Edmondson, Homewood: Girls Club 1, 2. 3, 4. Nlinor Ollicer 2: JRC Repr. 4: Kll' Forum 3, 4: French Club 2. 3: GAA 2, 3, 4: Gym Leader 2---Darla Edwards, Dolton: Girls Club Awards 1, 2. 3. Big' Sister 4, XVelfare Chairman 4, Dean's Asst. 4, Commissioner 3: Spanish Club 2. 3: GAA Board 4: Choral Grouos 1, 2, 3, 4: PX 3, 4: KIP Forum 4- -Dorothy Eisner, Harvey: Girls Club T pins 1, 2. lylinor Oflficer 2, 3, JSA 3. Commissioner 4, Refreshment Crew 4: French Club 2, 3: FTA 3, 4: Library Asst. 1, 2. 3: GAA 3, 4: Yearbook Staff 4- -Robert Elliott, Harvey---Bill Elliot, Harvey: Chemistry Club 3, 4: AVC 2, 3, 4. Chief Projectionist 3 4: Cross Country 4: Gym Leader 4: National lvlerit Test 4: Soeeeh Contest lX'inner 4-Evelyn Ellis, Dolton: Girls Club l. 2. 3. 4: GAA 1. 2, 3, 4: Freneh Club 2, 3. r Patricia Ellis, Lansing: Girls Club 3- -Latricia Ellison, Harvey- -Delores Elmore, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2. 3: JRC Repr. 4- -MaryBeth Elmos, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3. 4, T pins 1, 2, JSA 3, Council 2. Commissioner 3, 4, Big Sister 4. Marshal 4: GAA 1. 2, 3. 4: French Club 1, 2: Debate Club 3. 4- -Jeri Lynn Engh, Riverdale: Girls Club 1. 2, 3. 4- -Sandy Engler, Riverdale: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2. Div. Chairman 1, 3, lNlother-Daughter 1: GAA 1. 2. 3, 4, Dance Show 3, lfVater Show 2: Purplelettes 3: Pep Club 3: GAA Forum 4. Barbara Enright, Harvey: Girls Club 1. 2. 3. 4, Stand-un 4: RIP Forum 4: Library Asst. 1: Glee Club 1: Homecoming 4- -Marilyn Erdely, Homewood: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Awards 1, 2, 3, Refershment Crew 4. Bi: Sister 4: GAA Shows 3. 4: Play Chairman 4: Variety Show 3: Keydets 2, 3. Chorus 4: Newspaper Staff 4 -Carole Erickson, Riverdale- -Lance Erickson, Dolton- -Senne Erickson, Riverdale: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Purplelettes 3. 4: Pep Club 3. 4- -Charlotte Esler, Dolton. Sonia Espen, Dolton: Girls Club 3. 4. Big Sister 4, lWembershi'J Drive 4, T pins 3: Latin Club 3. 4: GAA 3: Pep Club 3: Newspaper Staff 4- -Everett Evans, Harvey: Boys Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Class Senator 4: Band 1. 2. 3. 4. Orchestra 3, Thorntoneers 2, 3, 4, Show Boat Seven 2, 3, 4- -Donald Eylander, Harvey---Gale Fair, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 4: Glee Club 1, Choir 2. Chorus 4---Kathleen Faoro, Dolton: Girls Club 1. 2, 3, 4. T pins 1, 2, Div. Chairman 1, Council 2: Latin Club 2. 3: MAC 1: Glee Club 1, 2, Choir 3: Pep Club 3, 4- -Robert Farr, Riverdale: Boys Club Treasurer 3, Board 2, 3. 4: Class President 2: Football 1, 2, 4: Track 3, 4: PX 1, 2, 3, 4. Joe Farrell, Harvey: Joliet Catholic 1: Blue Island 2, 3- -Sharon Fath, Dolton: Girls Club 1, 2, 3- -David Fehland, Harvey: Boys Club 1, Z, 3, 4: KIP Forum 2: Basketball l: PX 1, 2, 3. 4---LeRoy Ferry, South Holland--Michael Ferry, South Holland: Boys Club 1, 2, 3: German Club 3- -Elene Fetsis, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Footlighters 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 3: Purplelettes 3. 179 :sw ms GN. 1.-A 4-r-, IWW JSKWZFVI Richard Fieldhouse James Fike Janice Finnegan Sue Finnell Leonard Fiocca Milton Fisher Gail Flanagin Loren Fleck Annette Fleming Michael Flick Laurie Flickner Julia Flynn Patrick Flynn Pam Follmer Dennis Forbes Harry Forbes Jackie Forbes Robert Foster William Foster George Fraggos Carole Francis Steve Franczek Richard Fray John Frederick Lorraine Fredman Gale Frehse Faith Friberg Nancy Froschauer Bob Gadbois Gerald Gavin Dennis Gawlik Donna Gerlich Franchot Germany Gary Gibson Judy Gillies Sandra Goding Edward Goetz Mike Gombert Lois Goodrich Judi Gordon Sherry Goodwin Corrine Gotch Richard Fieldhouse, Lansing- -James Fike, Dolton' -Janice Finnegan, Harvey: Hirsch 1,,2-- Sue Finnell, Dolton: Girls Club T pins 1, 2, JSA 3, Minor Officer 2, 3, 4, Com- missioner 3, Dad-Daughter 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: Gym-Jam 3: KIP Forum 3: GAA le-2, 3, 4: NHS 3, 4 -Leonard Fiocca, Harvey: Football 1, 2: Baseball 1: Golf 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4: Gym Leader 1. 2, 3. 4: Cross Country 4' -Milton Fisher, Harvey: Football lyigr. 1, 2, 3, 4: Track Nlgr. 1, 2: Wlrestling 1: Letterman 2, 3, 4: AVC 3. Gail Flanagin, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Class Senator 3: PX 1, 2, 3, 4 - Loren Fleck, Riverdale: Boys Club Repr. 4: Class Senator 1---Annette Fleming Hazel Crest- --Michael Flick, Riverdale: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Glec Club 1, Chorus 2, 3: Band 3, 4: Library Asst. 2---Laurie Flickner, South Holland: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Nlother-Daughter 1. 2: KIP Forum 3: Glee Club 2, Choir 3, Chorus 4: Pep Club 3. 4: JRC Repr. 3: 'Spanish Club 2, 3: Newspaper Staff 4'-Julia Flynn, Harvey: Girls Club 1: Spanish Club 1: Pep Club 3, 4: Social Studies Club 4. Patrick Flynn, Riverdale: Boys Club 3, 4, Representative 4: Intramurals 4: Key Club 3, 4- Pam Follmer, Riverdale: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2: Spanish Club 3: Pep Club 3, 4, V-P 3, 4: Deans Asst. 4- Dennis Forbes, Ii. Hazel Crest: Gymnastics Team 2. 3, 4, Club 2, 3, 4: Gym Leader 1, 2, 3. 4--Harry Forbes, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3: Intramurals 1, 4 -Jackie Forbes, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1. 2, Minor Ofiicer 1. 2. 4: KIP Forum 1:JRC Council 3, 4, Secretary 4: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. Forum 1: Gym Jani 3: Newspaper Distr. 3 -Robert Foster, Dolton. William Foster, Dolton: Boys Club 3, 4, Representative 4: Bus Guard 2, 4: Hall Guard 2: AVC 2, 4: Library Asst. 2: Glee Club 1, 2: Newspaper Distr. 4--George Fraggos, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 1, 2: KIP Forum 1, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: Class Senator 3: Key Club 2nd V-P 4: Variety Show 3: Homecoming 3, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Newspaper Staff 4--Carole Francis, Homewood: Girls Club Awards 1, 2, 3, Big Sister 4, Refreshment Crew 4, Chairmanships 3, 4, Wfelfare 3, Dcan's Asst. 3, 4: PX 4: Choral Groups 1, 2, 3, 4, Madrigal Singers 3, 4- -Steve Franczek, South Holland: Wleight Lifting 4: Gymnastic Club 3 --Richard Fray, Dolton--John Frederick, Hazel Crest. Lorraine Fredrnan, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2. 3, 4, T pin 1, Stand-up 1:JRC 1, Z: Glee Club 1: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 -Gale Frehse, South Holland: Bowen 1, 2, 3: Girls Club 4- Faith Friberg, Riverdale: Girls Club 1, 2. 3, 4, T pin 1, Div. Chairman 1: KIP Forum 3: JRC 1: French Club 2, 3-Nancy Froschauer, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins, 1, 2, Refreshment Crew 3, 4, Div. Chairman 2, Loyalty Repr. 1, Stand-up 2: French Club 3, 4: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1. 2: Deans Asst. 1--Bob Gadbois, Harvey: KIP Forum 3: Latin Consul 2: Camera Club 1. 2. 3, 4: School Plays 2, 3, 4: Speech Contest 3: Footlighters 3, 4, Drama Award 3, Technical Crew 3, 4: Glee Club 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4-Gerald Gavin, Harvey: Golf 3, 4. Dennis Gawlik, Riverdale: Boys Club 1. 4: Lettcrmen's Club 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Wrest- ling 3: Football 4: Cross-Country 3--Donna Gerlich, Dolton: Hayward High 1, 2, 3- Franchot Germany, Dolton: KIP Forum 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Band 2, 3, 4, Oliicer 4-- Gary Gibson, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4-Judy Gillies, Harvey: Girls Club Awards 1, 2, Commissioner 3, Council 3, Refreshment Crew 4: JRC Repr. 3: French Club 2, 3: FTA 1, 3: Speech Contest 3: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Newspaper Staff 4-- Sandra Goding, Dolton: Girls Club 1, 2 3. 4: Glee Club 1. Edward Goetz, Thornton: Boys Club 1, 2--Mike Gombert, South Holland: Track 3 -Lois Goodrich, Riverdale: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2-Judi Gordon, Homewood: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Stand-up 1: KIP Forum 1: JRC Repr. 3: Newspaper Distr. 3: Junior Newspaper 3-Sherry Goodwin, Dolton: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: Debate Club 4-Corrine Gotch, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Council 3: Spanish Club 1, 2: Faculty Asst. 4: GAA 3, 4. 181 Q , 182 JTEWZDVI Beverly Graafsma Robert Graves Jacquelyn Gray Gary Gregoire Darlieth Griffin Joan Griffiths Arthur Grotenhuis Leonard Grotenhuis Bonnie Grugett Gerald Gruszczyk Sue Grzywinski Paulette Gulley Robert Gundaker Janice Gwiazda Ruth Haase Fran Haddock Todd Haines Nancy Halsall Bob Hambric Judy Hamilton Jim Hansen William Hansen Bonnie Hardin Judy Hargesheimer Nancy Harms Sylvia Harper Judy Harris Judy Harshbarger Joan Harvey Janet Hasik Ted Hasler Joe Hawkins Jack Hayes Thomas Hayward Ronald Heath Sandy Hecim Bob Hedin Nancy Hegstrorn Gayle Hein Peter Hellmann Bob Helton Theo Hendrickson Beverly Graafsma, HHFVCYQ Girls Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 2, 33 Hi-C 2, 33 MAC 43 Footlighters 4---Robert Graves, Harvey'-Jacquelyn Gray, Harvey3 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 43 JRC Repr. 33 Purplclettes 3, 43 FTA 43 GAA 3, 41-Gary Gregoire, Riverdale'-A Darlieth Griffin, Riverdale3 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 43 GAA 3, 43 Footliqhters 3 -Joan Grifliths, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4. V Arthur Grotenhuis, South Hollandg Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1 'Leonard Groten- huis, South Holland 'Bonnie Grugett, South Hollandg Girls Club Awards 1, 2, 3, Board 4, Big Sisters 4, Commissioner 3, Minor Othcer l, 2, Refreshment Crew 4, Kentucky Schools 33 Class Senator 33 Chorus 3, 43 NHS 3, 4' -Gerald Gruszczyk, Blue Island3 Boys Club l, 2, 3. 4: Hall Guard 1, 2, 3, 43 KIP Forum 3:JRC 33 Key Club 3, 43 Letter- men's Club 2, 3, 4, lst V-P 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 VVrestling 1, 2, 3, 4g Track 1, 2, 3, 4 f Sue Grzywinski, South Holland: Girls Club 1, 2 'Paulette Gulley, Harvey. Robert Gundaker, Dolton3 Boys Club 1, 33 KIP Forum 43 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 'Janice Gwiazda, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 3, Stand-up 33 Glee Club 13 Gym Leader 3 Ruth Haase, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 4, Refreshment Crew 4, Big Sister 4, T pins 1. 2, JSA 3, Commissioner 33 Spanish Club 2, 33 Pep Club 33 GAA 1. 3' -Fran Haddock, Dolton: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Stand-up 43 Pep Club 3, 43 Glee Club 1, 23 GAA 1'-'Todd Haines, Riverdale3 Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Senator 43 French Club 1, 2, 3, Council 1, 23 Grad Usher 33 Footlighters 13 Newspaper Staff 43 NHS 3, 43 PX 3, 4' Nancy Halsall, Hazel Crest: Girls Club 43 JRC lg Pep Club 33 FHA 33 GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Newspaper Distr. 4. Bob Hambric, Harvey 'Judy Hamilton, Thornton: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Stand-up lg Style Show 33 Nlodern Dance Show 33 PTA Entertainment 3- Jim Hansen, Harvey3 Boys Club Repr. 43 Hall Guard 23 JRC 33 Gym Leader 2, 33 Swimming 1, 23 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Weight Lifting 4 William Hansen, D0lton3 Boys Club lg Gym Leader 3, 43 Gymnastics 4 Bonnie Hardin, Dolton' Judy Hargesheimer, Harvey3 Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4, T pin 1: KIP Forum 23 French Club 2: Faculty Assti 4: Glee Club 13 GAA 1. Nancy Harms, Doltong Girls Club Div. Chairman 1, Council 43 Debate Club 33 Foot- ligbters 33 Pep Club 33 GAA 3, 43 JRC Repr. 43 Chorus 4, Glee Club 33 Newspaper Distr. 4 '-Sylvia Harper, Doltong Girls Club Council 1, T pins 1, 2, JSA 3, Dad-Daughter 43 Latin Club 2, 33 KIP Forum 33 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Swim Show 23 Class Senator lg News- paper Staff 4 Judy Harris, Riverdale: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Minor Oflicer 3, 43 KIP Forum 43 Footlighters 23 Glee Club 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Maclrigal Singers 3' Judy Harsh- barger, Lansingg Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 43 GAA 1, 2. 3, 4, Swim Show 2 Joan Harvey, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Kentucky Schools 1: Graduation Usher 33 French Club 2, 3, 43 Keydets 1, Choir 1-W Janet Hasik, Harvey: Girls Club l, 2, 33 JRC Repr. 23 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4. Ted Hasler, Doltong Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Key Club 4 Joe Hawkins, Phoenix3 Boys Club President 4, 2nd V-P 3: Hall Guard Commander-in-Chief 33 Class Ullicer 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 43 X'Vrestling 1, 2, 3, 4'iJack Hayes, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Game Usher 3 'Thomas Hayward, Harvey3 Basketball 1. 2---Ronald Heath, Riverdale3 Boys Club lg Hall Guard 1. 2, Captain 43 French Club 2, 33 Gym Leader 3, 4"--Sandy Hecim, Hazel Crest: Girls Club Minor Ofheer 1, 2, T pins 1, 2, Big Sister 4, Speaker of Div. 4, Refreshment Crew 4, Commissioner 3, Dance 3: Pep Club Chairman 3, 43 Class Senator 3: GAA 1. 2. Bob Hedin, Dolton Nancy Hegstrom, Dolton -Gayle Hein, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Class Senator 43 French Club 2, 33 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Newspaper Distr. 33 Glee Club 1, 2, Choir 3, 4 Keydets 3, 4 'Peter Hellmann, Harvey -Bob Helton, Harvey3 Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Hall Guard 3, 4, Asst. Commander 43 Library Asst. 2, 33 Band 1, 2' -Theo Hendrickson, Harvey3 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pin 1, Refreshment Crew 2. 183 4 3' a 01 ' H2192 Q 5 , X f 2 ff f f 7 f ,ff QW A Q W fi , M W f f , ff ff Q 41 f ! ., f . 3, , Z. y, gf... wx 184 fenzbfff Florence Hernandez Theodore Herr Lawrence Higgins Tom Hinkey Don Hocevar Shirley Hoekstra Michael Hoffman Phil Hohmann Charles Holtz Christie Holtz Jesse Hoover George Horak Kendall Houk Marty Housman Linda Howell Gloria Hradek Fred Hunter David Hutter Sharon Irzyk Larry Iwema Barbara Iwinski Carolyn Jack Carole Jackson Christopher Jacobs Paul Jacobs Ronald Jacobs Richard James Jackie Janko Gail Janus Jackie Janzer Barbara Jarecki Gene Jarog Bob Jarosz Judy Jaworski Craig Jeffrey Donna Jessen Allan Johnson Fern Johnson Howard Johnson Leonard Johnson Judy Decker Violet Johnson Florence Hernandez, East Hazel Crest: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pin 1: Spanish Club 4- Ted Herr, Hazel Crest: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra Z, 3, 4: Marching Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4-Lawrence Higgins, South Holland -Tom Hinkey, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2. 3, 4: KIP Board 1, 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Court 4: Class Senator 4, Officer 1, 2, 3: Key Club 2: Debate Club 1st V-P 3: Band 1, 2: PX 2, 3, 4: NHS 3, 4 -Don Hocevar, Dolton: Hirsch High School 1: Football 2- -Shirley Hoekstra, South Holland: Girls Club 1, 2. 3, 4: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: YFC Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 2, 4. Michael Hoffman, Homewood: Boys Club 2: German Council 3, 4: nJulius Caesar" 3: Chemistry Club 3, 4, V-P 4- -Phil Hohmann, Harvey: Homecoming M.C. 4: Mid- lN'inter Dance 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Thorntoneers 1, 2, 3, 4: "Showboat 7" 2, 3, 4: Harvard Book Award 3: Grad Usher 3: NHS 3, 4, Treasurer 4' -Charles Holtz, Harvey: Gym Leader 3, 4 -Christie Holtz, Homewood: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Minor Oflicer 1, 2, 3: FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, V-P 4: Choral Groups 1, 2, 3, 4: JRC 1, 2, 3: GAA 2, 3, 4, Shows 2, 3: Newspaper Distr. 1, 2, 3, 4: Purplelettes 3, 4 Jesse Hoover, Dix- moor--George Horak, Dolton. Kendall Houk, Hazel Crest: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: "Showboat 7'3 2, 3, 4: Thorntoneers 2, 3. 4: Mid-XVinter Dance 3: German Council 2, 3: Math Club 3, 4: State Science Fair 2, 4: Grad Usher 3: NHS 3, 4--Marty Housman, South Holland: KIP Forum 4 -Linda Howell, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3: French Club 2 --Gloria Hradek, Riverdale: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, Choir 3, Chorus 4: Yearbook Stall 4: Homecoming Parade 4'-Fred Hunter, Harvey-David Hutter, Dolton. Sharon Irzyk, Hazel Crest: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4' -Larry lwema, Harvey: Lincoln VVay 2, 3: Homecoming 4: Class Senator 1, 4: Basketball 1, 4: Baseball 1, 4--Barbara Iwinski, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 1, Div. Chairman 2, Commissioner 3, T pins 1, 2, Gym Leader 3: Newspaper Distr. 1, 2. 3 -Carolyn Jack, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Refreshment Crew 3, 4, Commissioner 3, Deanjs Asst. 3, Float Chairman 3, Mother- Daughter 4: Choir 1, Chorus 3, 4, Thorntorieers Singer 1: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 -Carole Jack- son, Riverdale: Dean's Asst. 4: Play Chairman 4: CAA Board 3, 4, Dance Show 3, Swim Show 2: Purplelettes Pres. 3, 4: JRC Repr. 3: French Club Pres. 3: Choral Groups 1, 2, 3, 4: NHS 3, 4-Christopher Jacobs, Homcwood: Boys Club 2, 3, 4: Debate Club 3, 4: Key Club 4: French Club 2, 3, 4: Gymnastic Team 2: Class Senator 3, 4: Grad Usher 3: PX 3, 4, Treasurer 4: NHS 3, 4. Paul Jacobs, South Holland: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 2: Bus Guard 3: Radio Club Pres. 3, V-P 4--Ronald Jacobs, Harvey: "The Man Who Came to Dinner" 4: Gymnastic Club 4: Gym Leader 4: Glee Club 1: Camera Club 2: Chemistry Club 3, 4: Chess Club 4--Richard James, Riverdale: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2--Jackie Janko, East Hazel Crest: Girls Club 1, 2 -Gail Janus, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2:JRC Repr. 3: CPO Asst. 3, 4: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Purplelettes 3, 4: Dance Show 3 -Jackie Janzer, South Holland: Chicago Vocational 1: Girls Club 2, 3, 4. Barbara Jarecki, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4--Gene Jarog, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: KIP Forum 3, 4: JRC Repr. 4: Spanish Council 2: Gym- nastics Club 3, 4, Team 3, 4 'Bob Jarosz, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Gymnastics Club 3, 4, Team 3, 4: Gym Leader 2, 3, 4- Judy Jaworski, Riverdale' -Craig Jeffery, Hazel Crest- --Donna Jessen, Homewood: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Div. Chair- man 3, Stand-up 2, 3, Refreshment Crew 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: JRC Rcpr. 3: Gymnastics Club 3, 4: GAA 3, 4. Allan Johnson, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 4: French Club 3, 4: Gym Leader 1, 2: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: VVrcstling 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Letter- men's Club 3, 4, Secretary 4--Fern Johnson, Harvey: Girls Club 3, 4: KIP Forum 4: GAA 3, 4: Glee Club 2, Choir 3, 4, Keydets 4: Purplelettes 3, 4: Newspaper Distr. 3, 4: JRC Council 1, Repr. 2--Howard Johnson, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Glee Club 1: Gym Leader 1, 2: VVrest1ing 1, 2, 3, 4--Leonard Johnson, Phoenix: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Math Club 2, 3, 4: French Council 2: Cross Country Capt. 3: Track 1, 2, 3, Co-Capt. 2: Swimming 2, 3, 4: PX 3, 4: Class Scnator 3: NHS 3, 4-Judy Decker, Riverdale: Girls Club T pins 1, 2, Refreshment Crew 3, Council 3, Dad-Daughter 4, Big Sister 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Class Senator 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: GAA Board 2, 3, Treasurer 4'-Violet Johnson, Thornton: Girls Club 3, 4: MAC 3. 185 , 5 186 fembrf Margo Jones Rebecca Jones Robert C. Jones Robert E. Jones Jerome Jurewicz JoAnne Juskevice Larned Justin Darlene Kadlec Bernard Kaminski Carol Kamykowski Ted Kanellakes Carole Kansfield Sandra Kasprzak Patricia Katzberger Donna Kaur Lynne Kavanaugh Dean Kemp Virgil Kemp Donna Rae Kender Bob Kern Carole Kerr Judy Kettering Kathryn Kiel Gail Kikkert Mary Ann Kingsland Judy Kipfer Janet Kipley Bob Kisler Pat Klecha Ernest Kleckner Ronald Klein Carolyn Kleinfelder Kathy Kleinz Sundae Kocher Fred Kolodziej Phillip Kolus Judith Konecli Ronald Konkol Robert Kooy Robert Kooyenga Terrie Kopac Janice Kossett Margo Jones, Riverdale: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Senator 1: MAC 2, 3: Choir 1, 2, 3, Keydets 2, 3, Klefs 4, Chorus 4' Becky Jones, Calumet City: Horace Mann H. S. 1: Girls Club 2, 3, 4: Gymnastics Club 3: Footlighters 45 Spanish Club 2, 3: JRC Repr. 2, 3: Stage Nlanager 45 Chorus 1, 3, 4: Homecoming 4 Robert C. Jones, Homewood: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Key Club 45 Swimming 2, 3, 4 Robert E, Jones, Harvey: Foot- ball 1, 25 Camera Club 2 Jerome Jurewicz, East Hazel Crest JoAnne Juskevice, East Hazel Crest: Girls Club 45 Stage Crew 45 Footlighters 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3. Larned Justin, Harvey Darlene Kadlec, Dolton5 Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 2, 4, Dance 2: KIP Forum 4: JRC 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4: NHS 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 45 Band 1, 2 -Bernard Kaminski, Harvey: Boys Club 3, 4: Golf 3, 4 Carol Kamy- lcowski, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, lXlinor Ofhcer 1, 3, 4, Chairmanships 3, 4, Stand-up 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: Dean's Asst. 1: Biology Asst. 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Gymnastic Club 3, 4 'Ted Kanellakes, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: German Club 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, V-P 2: Speech Contest 3 -Carole Kausfield, South Holland: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Council 4: Latin Club 2, 3: GAA 3, 4: Hi-C 1, 2, 3, 4. Sandra Kasprzak, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Commissioner 3, 4: Latin Club 2: Glee Club 15 MAC 3, 4: Yearbook Staff 4: Faculty Asst. 4: Dance Show 3" Patricia Katzberger, Riverdale: Chicago Vocational 1, 2'--Donna Kaur, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. Chairman 4: Homecoming 3: Latin Club 1, 2: JRC Rcpr. 3: Chess Club 4: Footlighters 1, 2: Choir 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4, lkiadrigal Singers 3, 4 Lynne Kavanaugh, Homewood: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, JSA 3, Big Sister 4, Refresh- ment Crew 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 25 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, Choir 1, 2, Chorus 3, 4- A Dean Kemp, Homewood: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Repr. 35 Spanish Club 2, 3: Class Leader 4 Virgil Kemp, Dolton: Boys Club 1, 2, 4, Repr. 4: Hall Guard 2: Latin Club 2, 3. Donna Rae Kender, Posen: Bremen 2: Girls Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 3, 4: Newspaper Distr. 4: Yearbook Staff4 Bob Kern, Dolton: Boys Club 1: Football 1 Carole Kerr, Harvey: Fenger 1: Girls Club 2, 3, 4: Footlighters 2, 3, 4: Lost SL Found 4: Social Studies Asst. 4 'Judy Kettering, Hazel Crest: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Minor Ofhcer 3, 4, Play Chair- man 3, Conference Chairman 4, Mothcx'-Daughter 2: KIP Forum 3: JRC Repr. 3: Dean's Asst. 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus 3, 4 -Kathryn Kiel, Dolton: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pin 1, 2, JSA 3, Minor Officer 1, 2, 3, Stand-up 4: KIP Forum 3, 45JRC 1, 2, 3, 4: German Council 35 GAA 1, 2, 3, 4ff -Gail Kikkert, South Holland: Girls Club Minoi' Officer 2, 3, T pins 1, 2, Commissioner 3, Big Sister 4, Refreshment Crew 4: KIP Forum 1: French Club 1, 25 FTA 2, 3, 4, Board 3: Newspaper Stall 4. Mary Ann Kingsland, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: T pin 1: JRC Renr. 45 News- paper Distr. 15 Band 1 -'Judy Kipfer, Hazel Crest: GAA Dance Show 35 Home EC Style Show 3: Yearbook Staff 4'-'Janet Kipley, Riverdale: Girls Club T pins 1, 2, Dad- Daughter 3, JSA Chairman 4, Refreshment Crew 4, Big Sister 4, May Queen Court 3: Pep Club Pres. 3, 4: Class Senator 3, 4: Mid-Wiinter Dance 1, 25 Prom 3' 'Bob Kisler, Homewood: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Key Club 4: Football 1, 2: Track 2, 3, 4: Swimming 2, 3: Chemistry Club 3' -Pat Klecha, Riverdale: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Div. Chairman 45 Footlighters 4' -Ernest Kleckner, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 3, 45 Football 4. Ronald Klein, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2: Swimming 1, 2 'Carolyn Kleinfelder, Dolton: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pin 1: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Library Asst. 1 - Kathy Kleinz, Riverdale, St. W'illibrord's 1 : Girls Club 2, 3, 4:JRC Repr. 4: Latin Club 2: Spanish Club Pres. 3: GAA Forum 45 CPO Asst. 35 Pep Club 31 Yearbook Stall' 4 -Sundae Kocher, Harvey: Fenger 1, 2, 3 Fred Kolodziej, lfast Hazel Crest' Phillip Kolus, Hazel Crest: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 1. 2: Bus Guard 1, 2: German Club 4: Hi-C Club 1: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1. 2, 31 Track 2, 3, 4. Judith Koneck, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. Chairman 1, 'li pins 1. 2: Latin Club 2, 3: Biology Asst. 4 -Ronald Konkol, liast Hazel Crest 'Robert Kooy, Lansing: Boys Club Repr. 4: Bus Guard 2, 3, 4, Lt. Capt. 4: Gym Leader 4: Hi-C Basketball 1, 2 Robert Kooyenga, Blue Island: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Game Usher 2: Hall Guard 4: AVC 14'-Terrie Kopac, Dolton: Girls Club 1, 2, 3. 4, T pins 1, 2, Dance 3, May Queen Nlaid-of-Honor 3: KIP Board 3, 4: Class Secretary 3, Treasurer 4: Cheerleader 3. 4: Homecoming Queen 45 NHS 3, 4 Janice Kossett, Hazel Crest: Girls Club 1, 2: GAA 1. 187 I 3 1 188 fembfff Mildred Koster Betty Kowalczyk Sharon Krantz David Krasi Bette Krause Wayne Krocker Ralph Kroll Glen Krueger Thomas Krueger Ray Kruse Roman Krygier Donald Kuhlman Dolores Kuta Robert Kutsenda Geraldine Kysiak Richard Kysiak William Kyzner Robert Lagestee Ted Lake Robert Lakomy Richard Lamp Bill Lange Marie Larsen Janet Lau Richard Laube Rita Lauder Gerald Lawhorn Kay Lawrence Paul Lea Barbara Lee Nlargaret Lee Patricia Lee John Lendi Barbara Lenhart Tom LePore Richard Lesnick Dan Lester Steve Letzsch Dwight Lewis Frances Lewis Judy Lewis Richard Lewis Mildred Koster, South Holland: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2: French Club 1: Hi-C 1, 2'-Betty Kowalczyk, Harvey: Girls Club 2, 4: Camera Club 1 -Sharon Krantz, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 4: Spanish Club 2: Glee Club 1: JRC 2: Newspaper Distr. 1, 4: Biology Asst. 4'-David Krass, Dolton: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4 Bette Krause, Home- wood: Girls Club 1, 2, 4: Hi-C 1: Footlighters 4 --Wayne Krocker, Hazel Crest: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: KIP Forum 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: Bus Guard 1: Class Senator 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Thorntoneers 3, 4. Ralph Kroll, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 2, 3: AVC 2: Camera Club 1 - Glen Krueger, Riverdale- -Thomas Krueger, Riverdale: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2 eRay Krause, Hazel Crest: Boys Club Repr. 1, 2, 3: Hall Guard 1, 2, 3, 4: AVC 4 -Roman Krygier, Thornton: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 3: L:-ttermen's Club 3, 4: Class Senator 4: lYrc-stling 1, 2. 3, 4' Donald Kuhlman, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3. 4. Dolores Kuta, Harvey: Girls Club 1. 2 'Robert Kutsenda, South Holland' Geraldine Kysiak, Harvey: Girls Club 1 2, 3, 4. Council 1, 3, Div. Chairman 2, 3, Commissioner 4, T pins 1, 2: JRC 1, 2, 3: Glee Club 1 Richard Kysiak, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: D0 3 -'William Kyzner, Dolton: Boys Club 1, 3 Robert Lagestee, South Hol- land: Illiana H. S. 1, 2: DO 4. Ted Lake, Bolton: Boys Club 41JRC 3: Social Studies Club 3, 4 Robert Lakomy, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4 -Richard Lamp, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 4: RIP Forum 1, 41 Social Studies Club 4: Football 1, 2: Basketball 1, 3 Bill Lange, Homewood: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 3, 4: KIP Forum 3: Kev Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 31 Hall Guard 2: Homecoming 2: Intramurals 2. 3 'Marie Larsen, Thornton Janet Lau, Harvey: Girls 1, 2, 3. 4, T pins 1, 2: French Club 3. 4: GAA 1, 2, 3: Gvm Leader 4: Newspaper Staff 4. 1 Richard Laube, Riverdale 'Rita Lauder, Dolton: Girls Club 1, 3 Gerald Lawhorn, South Holland Kay Lawrence, Riverdale: Girls Club Treasurer 4, Board 4, May Queen Court 3, Awards 1, 2, 3, 4: KIP Forum 2, 3: JRC 4: l.atin Club Seey 2: Grad Guide 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: GAA V-P 3' Paul Lea, Dolton: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Rt-pr. 2, 3: Hall Guard 3: Bus Guard 1: German Club 2, 31 Class Leader 2, 4 'Barbara Lee, Homewood, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Kll' Forum 1: l.atin Club 2, 3. Margaret Lee, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, JSA 3, Refreshment Crew 4, Commissioner 3, hlarshal 4, Council 1, 3, Stand-up 2: Glee Club 1: Biology Asst. 43 Patricia Lee, Homewood: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2: JRC Repr. 1, 3: Latin Club 2, 3 John Lendi, Nlarkham: Fenger 1' Barbara Lenhart, Dolton: Girls Club 1, 2, T grin 1: Glee Club 1 Tom LePore, Harvey eRichard Lesnick, South Holland: Boys Club 1, 4: Hall Guard 4: Library Asst. 3: Homeeominq Parade 4: Class Senator 3: News- paper Distr. 3, 4. Dan Lester, Dolton: Des hloines Technical H. S. 1, 2: Hall Guard 3: Latin Club 3, 4, Consul 3: Radio Club 2, 3, 4, V-P 3, President 4: Newspaper Photographer 3, 4: Faculty Asst. 3, 4: Camera Club 4: Biology Club 3 -Steve Letzsch, Riverdale: Hall Guard 4: Bus Guard 4' Dwight Lewis, Harvey: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Wirestling 2: Basketball 4: Lettermenis Club 3, 4: NHS 3, 4 -Frances Lewis, Dolton Judy Lewis, Riverdale: Girls Club 1, 2, 3. 4, T oin 1: Glee Club 1, 2, Choir 3: GAA 1: Swim Show 2' - Richard Lewis, South Holland: Camera Club 1, 189 1 N Y l 190 fmzbzff Sharon Lewis Bill Liestman Doris Lindbeck Allan Lindsay Marilynn Lindskog Harold Lipps Edward Liszlca Nancy Liszka Don Litcher Luann Logan Renee Logan Sandra Lohman DeVon Lohmeyer Claudius Lohse Norbert Loose Patricia Lotz Donna Lowenberg Betty Lowhorn Dennis Loy Jack Lucas William Lucas Barbara Luker Marlene Lusin Margaret Lynn John Lyrla Rae Macaluso Tom Macander Sharon Maclver Karen Maddalozzo Dick Mager Arthur Mahone Judith Mangano Bonita Mangum Carol Markevicus Arlene Markoff Milton Marley Jack Marrs Dennis Marshall Michael Marshall Sue Martin Ronald Mashek Don Mason Sharon Lewis, Dolton, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Distr. 3 Bill Liestrnan, Hazel Crest Doris Lindbeck, South Holland, Hirsch 1, 2, 3: Girls Club 4 --Allan Lindsay, Harvey -Marilynn Lindskog, Riverdale, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, FHA 3, GAA 1: S'.vi'n Show 2, Glee Club 2, 3, Choir 4 Harold Lipps, Riverdale. Edward Liszka, Harvey, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, Wlrestling 1- -Nancy Liszka, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Pep Club 3, 4- -Don Litcher, Hazel Crest, Boys Club 2, 3, 4, Repr. 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Captain 4, German Band 2, Club 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 2, 3, Show Boat Seven 2, 3--Luann Logan, Homewood, Girls Club T pins 2, 3, Board 1, Council 2, 4, KIP Forum 2, JRC Board 4, Spanish Club 2, 31 GAA 1, 21 Pep Club 3, 4, 2nd V-P 3, PX 3, 4 -Renee Logan, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2. 3. 4. T pin 1: Glee Club 1, Chorus 2, 3, Choir 4, Keydets 4, Purplelettes 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Newspaper Distr. 1, 2, 4 --Sandra Lohman, Riverdale, Girls Club 2, 3, 41 Pep Club 3, Faculty Asst. 4. DeVon Lohmeyer, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, KIP Forum 4, Glee Club 1, News- paper Distr. 1, 2 --Claudius Lohse, Riverdale, Ridgewood H. S. 1, 2, 3, Boys Club 3, 4: Radio Club 3, 4g-Norbert Loose, Harvey, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Chess 1, 2 -Patricia Lotz, Riverdale, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Swim Show 2, Purplelettes 3 Donna Lowenberg, Riverdale: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dad-Daughter 2, German Club 2, 3: FTA 1, 2, Secretary 2, YFC 4, Treasurer 4, Hi-C Club 1, 2, 3, Secre- tary 2. Chorus 2, 3, 4 -Betty Lowhorn, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, JRC Repr. 2. Dennis Loy, Harvey, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, JRC Repr. 2, 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Hall Guard 2. 3. 4: Class Senator 4 -Jack Lucas, South Holland, Chicago Vocational 1, 2, 3: Boys Club 4, YFC 4 -Bill Lucas, Riverdale, Calumet 1- Barbara Luker, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, MAC 4, Home Ee Style Show 1, FHA 1----Marlene Lusin, Riverdale, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. Chairman 4, French Club 4, Latin Club 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Margaret Lynn, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 3, Chairinanships 4, JRC 1: Latin Club 2, 3, Glee Club 1, Choir 4, Kc-ydets 4, FHA 3, 4, GAA 1, 3. John Lyrla, Riverdale, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, RIP Forum 3, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Scribe 4, Newspaper Stafl 4 --Rae Macaluso, Harvey- Tom Macander, Harvey, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3: VVrestling 2, 3, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3- -Sharon Maclver, Doltonz Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pin 1, Stand-up 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, Pep Club 3, 4- - Karen Maddalozzo, Dolton, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Commissioner 4, Div. Chairman 2, T pins 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, MAC 1, 2: Glee Club 1: Newspaper Distr. 4 -Dick Mager, Harvey: Boys Club Repr. 4, Footlighters 4: hlath Club 4, Chemistry Club 3, Game Usher 2. 3. Arthur Mahone, Harvey, Boys Club 1, 2 -Judith Mangano, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4- --Bonita Mangum, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Minot' Ofhcer 1, 2, 3, 4, lWarsha1 Chairman 4, Commissioner 3, Refreshment Crew 4, Soanish Club 1, 2: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Leader 3, Swim Show 2, Pep Club 4 Carol Markevicus, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. Chairman 2, Council 3, Stand-up 1, T Dins 1, 2, Commissioner 4-- Arlene Markoff, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4 --Milton Marley, Riverdale, Boys Club 1: Football 2, Baseball 2, 4, Cross Country 4, Intramural Basketball 1, 3. Jack Marrs, Harvey, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain Z, 4, Asst. Commander 3, Key Club 3, .Athletic Tickets 3, 4, Gym Leader 3, 4, Football 2, Glee Club 1, KIP 2nd V-P 4-- -Dennis Marshall, Homewood, Glee Club 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4, lvladrigal Singers 1, 3, 4, Math Club Pres. 4, French Club 2, 3, Council 2, NHS 3, 4--e Michael Marshall, Harvey, Wlestcott Vocational 1, 2 Sue Martin, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-C Club 1, MAC 1, 2, 3, 4, Historian 1, 2, Treasurer 3, President 4-H Ron Mashek, Harvey --Don Mason, Harvey. 191 192 fmzbrf Sharon Mason Mary Mathieu Wilma Mathus Roberta Matras Beverly Matuska Ray Maurer lVIariLou McCann Thomas McCaslin Kenneth McConnaughay John McConnell Nona McCullar James McCulloch Bettie McDaniel Phyllis McFadden William McFadden Larry McGill Ann McGrory Nancy McKeska William McLaren Maryanne McLean Judith McLuckie Bill McRoberts Dee Mech Wayne Meeter Gunter Meier Sandra Menard Larry Merritt Jacqueline Merwin Judy Mesmer Joyce Meyer Robert Meyer Geraldine Michaels George Michalesko Berton Miller Carol Miller Carolynn Miller Janet Miller Larry Miller Robert Miller Warren Miller Wayne Miller Patricia Mion Sharon Mason, South Holland, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 43 INIAC 1, 2-'Mary Mathieu, I'lOIUf'WOOd: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4, T pins l, 2, Minor Ofhcer 3, Scholarship Pin 43 Latin Club 22 3vvOH1CC1' 35 JRC Repr- 4: Newspaper Stal? 4 -Wilma Mathus, Posen- Roberta Matfasi South Hollfmfll Girls Club 3, 4: Pep Club 33 GAA 4, CPO 4 Asst.--Beverly Matuska, Dolton3 Girls Club Ivlinor Officer 2. 4. Dean's Asst. 2, 3, Chairmanships 3, Big Sister 4, Loyalty Day Repr, 4, Relreslunent Crew 3, 4: PX 2, 3, 43 Yearbook Stall 4: Purplelettes 3: NHS 3, 4'-Ray Maurer, Riverdale: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 43 Foot- ball l, 2, 3, 43 lYrestling' l, 2, 3, 4. ' K Mari LouNMcCann, Harvey: Girls Club Council l, T pins l, 2. Blay Queen 3: RIP Board 3, Secretary 4, Homecoming Court 4: GAA Chairman l: Gymnastics Club 3: IRC Board 3: Class Asst. Treas. 4 Thomas McCaslin, Riverdale: Boys Club 2, 3, 4: -Hall Guard 23 French Council 3: Grad Usher 33 Swimming l, 2, 3, 43 Track l, 2, 3, 4: NHS 3. 4: FX l. 2, 3, 4, 2nd V-P 3, lst V-P 4 -Ken McConnaughay, Dolton: Boys Club l, 2, 33 Key Club 3, 43 Newspaper Staff 43 Homecoming 4- John McConnell, Riverdale: Boys Club 2, 3, 43 KIP Forum 3, 43 hlath Club 4: Latin Club Omcer 2, 33 Key Club 43 Grad Usher 3: Track l, 23 Swimming l, 2, 3, 43 PX l, 2, 3, 43 NHS 3, 4 f Nona McCullar, Phoenix: Glee Club 1: Girls Club 2- James McCulloch, Harvey: Boys Club l, 2, 4: Hall Guard l. 2, 3: JRC 4. Bettie McDaniel, Harvey: JRC Repr. 3: Newspaper Distr. 4 -Phyllis McFadden, Dolton: Girls Club 2, 3, 4, Div. Chairman 4, T pins 3: GAA 3, 43 Swim Show 2: Glee Club l-William McFadden, Dolton: Boys Club 3. 4. Repr. 33 Glee Club 1, Chorus 2. 3, 4: Gym Leader 2- Larry McGill, South Holland: Boys Club 2, 3, 4: "The Nlan llfho Came to Dinner' 4: Hall Guard 2: Football lg Game Usher 3, 43 AVC 43 Biology Club 4: Footlighters 43 Social Studies Club 43 YFC 4---Ann McGrory, Dolton- Nancy McKeska, Riverdale: Girls Club l, 2, 3. 4. Div, Chairman 3, Council 4: JRC Repr. 1: GAA 2, 3. 4: Glec Club lg Pep Club 3. William McLaren, Dolton: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4: Football l, 2 Maryanne McLean, Dolton: Girls Club l: AVC 3' Judith McLuckie, Harvey: Mercy H. S. l, 23 Girls Club 3. 43 GAA 3, 43 NIAC 4--Bill McRoberts, Dolton: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 43 Hall Guard 2: Latin Club 2-Dee Mech, Harvey: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4, T pin l, Div. Chairman l, Council 2: Latin Club 2, 3, Olliccr 2: Glee Club 1 -Wayne Meeter, South Holland: Campus Patrol 4. Gunter Meier, Riverdale: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 43 Hall Guard l, 2, 3, 43 German Council 3, 43 Key Club 43 Football l, 2, 33 Track l, 2, 3-Sandra Menard, Thornton: Girls Club l, 2, T pins l, 2 -Larry Merritt, South Holland3 Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4: Library Asst. 43 Gym Leader 4 Jacqueline Merwin, Dolton: Girls Club l, 2, 4--Judy Mesmer, Dolton: Girls Club l, 2, 43 Newspaper Distr. 23 JRC Repr. 2- Joyce Meyer, Harvey: Girls Club l, 2. 3, 4: KIP Forum 4: Social Studies Club 43 Latin Club 2, 33 Hi-C l, 2, 33 YFC 43 GAA 2, 3. 4. Swim Show 23 Band l. 2, 3, 4: Newspaper Distr. 2, 3, 4. Robert Meyer, South Holland: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, 3: KIP Forum 13 IRC Repr. 3, 4 Geraldine Michaels, Harvey: Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4, T pins l, 21 GAA l, 2, 3, 4. Swim Show 23 Gymnastic Club 3, 4, Secy-Treas. 4 -George Michalesko, Harvey: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4 -Berton Miller, Riverdale: Boys Club l, 2, 3, 4, Repr. ll Hall Guard l: Gym Circus 3 Carol Miller, Harvey: Tulsa, Oklahoma: Girls Club 2' - Carolynn Miller, Dolton: Girls Club 1. 2. 3, 4. T pins 1, 2: Spanish Club l: Faculty 2 4 Cl Cl l l, 2. Choir 3, 4: KIP Forum 3. Asst.4, Class Senator l, 3. 43 GAA J. 1 i ce A u H Janet Miller, Harvey' Girls Club l. 2--'Larry Miller, Harvey-'Robert Miller, Hazel Crest: Boys Club 4: Hall Guard 2'-Warren Miller, RiVKfl'dRl4IQBOylS Club l, 2: AVC 4 Wayne Miller, Riverdale: Boys Club l, 2, 3. 4. Repr. l. 2, 4: Hall Guard l, 2, 3, 4, ' ' - 1 ' ' '33 ' l 2 3 4' B' -l 'll l. 2, 3, 43 Lettermen's IRC Council 4 Football l, 2. 3, 4. Wirstling . , , , asc ia -Club 4, President 43 Class Senator 3-Patricia Mion, Dolton3 Girls Club l, 2, 3, 4: ICRC Repr. 4: Facility Asst. 43 Latin Council 2. 193 5 1 194 5 6141375 Harold Mitchell Ted Modrak Bonnie Montgomery Barbara M0011 Reginald Moore Emma Moresi Mary Morgridge Lynn Morlan Coleen Morrison Rodger Morse Ruth Mossell Ronald Motley Jackie Mottinger Nanette Mrozek Linda Muench Tom Muller Wayne Munt Don Munter Richard Murphy john Myers Julius Nabors James Neal Marjorie Neal Samuel Neal Fred Needham Marjorie Neier Marie Nesbitt Edward Neumann George Nicholson Leland Nickerson Ronald Nieckula Verna Nielsen Betty Niemann Jenny Nimon Patricia Nolan Georgia Nowicki Genie Novakowski Robert Nyderek Virginia Nyderek Tharon Nylander Eric Oberg Paul Oberg Harold Mitchell, Harvey, Latin Council 3, PX 1, 2, 3, 4-Ted Modrak, Harvey- Bonnie Montgomery, Dolton, Fenger 1, Girls Club 2, 3, 4-Barbara Moore, Dolton, Girls Club 1, 2, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Swim Show 2-Reginald Moore, Dixmoor, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4,JRC 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 1, 2, Latin Club 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4-Emma Moresi, Hazel Crest, Paris H. S. 2, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, 4, Loyalty Repr. S, 21airman 4, Big Sister 4, ,ISA 3, Grad Usher 3, Latin Club 3, GAA 3, 4, Year- oo ta 4. Mary Morgridge, Dolton-Lynn Morlan, Harvey, Boys Club 1, 4, Hall Guard 2, Cross Country 3, 4, Track 3, 4'-Coleen Morrison, Riverdale, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Minor Officer 2, 3, Commissioner 3, T pins 1, 2, GAA 2, Swim Show 2, Honor Roll 2, Homecoming 2, 3, 4, ,I-V Twirler 2, Varsity 3, 4dRodger Morse, Harvey, Maplewood Mo. H. S. 1 2-Ruth Mossell South Holland, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hostess 1, Dwi Chairman 1,,T pins 1, 2, KIP Forum 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Swim Show 2--Ronald Motley, Riverdale, Boys Club 1, 2, 3. jackie Mottinger, South Holland, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, KIP Forum 1, 2, 4, Newspaper Distr. 3, 4'-Nanette Mrozek, Riverdale, St. Louis Academy 1, 2, Girls Club 3, 4- Linda Muench, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club Treas. 1-Tom Muller, Dolton: Mendel 1, Boys Club 3, 4-Wayne Munt, RiverdaleeDon Munter, Harvey, Lyons Twp. H. S. 1, 2. Richard Murphy, Riverdale, Boys Club 1, AVC 1, Class Senator 4-John Myers, Harvey, Albuquerque, N. M. 3-Julius Nabors, Harvey, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Repr. 1- James Neal, Harvey, Boys Club Repr. 1, 4 eMarjorie Neal, Dixmoor-Samuel Neal, Harvey. Fred Needham, Dolton, Hall Guard 1, 2, 3, Bus Guard 2, 3, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, German Council 4, Math Club 4, PX 3, 4, NHS 3, 4-Marge Neier, Lansing, Girls Club 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3-Marie Nesbitt, Harvey, Tomlinson 1, 2, 3-Edward Neumann, Harvey, Boys Club 1, 3, Repr. 3, KIP Forum 2, 3, 4, German Council 3, 4, Gym Leader 4, Debate Club Treas. 3, Grad Usher 3, NHS 3, 4-George Nicholson, Riverdale-eLeland Nickerson, Dolton, Boys Club 1, 3. Ronald Nieckula, Phoenix, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-Verna Nielsen, Riverdale'-Betty Niemann, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4--Jenny Nimon, Calumet City, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, Z, Stand-up 1,JRC 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Twirlers 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity 3, 4, District first 2, 3, State lirst 3-Patricia Nolan, Homewood, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Minor Ofhcer 2, 3, Chairmanships 1, 2, 3, 4, May Queen Court 3, KIP Board 4, Forum 1, 2, 3, CPO Asst. 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club Officer 3, Cheerleader 3, 4, PX 1, 2, 3, 4-Georgia Nowicki, Burnham, Chicago Vovational 1, 2, Girls Club 3, 4. Genie Novakowski, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Marshal 4, Div. Chairman 3, Big Sister 4, Refreshment Crew 4, Dean's Asst. 4, KIP Forum 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, Chorus 3, 4'-Robert Nyderek, Dolton, Boys Club 1-Virginia Nyderek, Dolton, Girls Club 2, 3, Stand-up 1, Div. Chairman 2-Tharon Nylander, South Holland, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Cario, Canada 1, 2, 3-Eric Oberg, Harvey, Boys Club 1, Swimming 2, 4, Gym Jam 2-Paul Oberg, Harvey, Boys Club 1, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Gym Leader 2, 4, Gym ,Iam 2. 195 196 fembffr Margaret O'Brien Roger O'Connor Ronald O,Connor Carole Oedzes John Olfdenkamp Arlette O'Keefe Kenneth Osberg Ken Osika Klem Osika Jean Osman Ruth Paarlberg Carol Pacyga Glenn Pagel Carol Pajak Jo Ann Pajor Alice Pala Charlene Pals Charles Pals Carol Panczyk jerilynn Panozzo John Panozzo Louise Panozzo Fran Parsley Sharon Patten john Patterson Eloise Paul Jonathan Pavelin Lana Pearson Sharon Pearson Sandra Pease Barbara Pendleton Bonnie Perkins Jean Perko Marilyn Perry Paul Perz Bruce Peterson Paul Petritsch Paulette Petritsch Marilyn Petrosius Donna Pettit Doc Phillips Anita Pianto Margaret O'Brien, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: ,IRC Rcpr. 3 -Roger O'Conn0r, Riverdale: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 1 'Ronald O'Connor, Dolton-'Carole Oedzes, Dolton: Girls Club 1, 2, 3. 4, T pins 1, 2, Council 3, Div. Chairman 4, Stand-up 2, 3, 4: -IRC Repr. 2: Faculty Asst. 4: Pep Club 3, 4 John Ofldenkamp, Harvey' 'Arlette 0'Keefe, Dolton: Evergreen Park 1: Girls Club 1. 2, 3, 4. Kenneth Osberg, Harvey -Ken Osika, Harvey 'Klem Osika, Harvey, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Senator 4: Gym Leader 1, 2, 3, 4: Tennis 1: Swimming 2, 3. 4--'Jean Osman, Harvey: Taylorville, lllinois 1, 2: Girls Club 3, 4: FHA 4: Latin Club 3-- -Ruth Paarlberg, South Holland: Girls Club 1, 2. 3, 4, Loyalty Repr. 1, T pin 1: GAA 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: Swim Show 2: Dance Show 3 'Carol Pacyga, Harvey: Girls Club: 1, 2. 3, 4, T pins 2: Newspaper Distr. 4, Class Senator 4: Glee Club 1: Homecoming 1 3. t Glenn Pagel, llast Hazel Crest: Boys Club 1: Band 1 Carol Pajak, Harvey: Girls Club Board 3, Div. Chairman 4, Chairmanships 2, 3, 4, May Queen Court 3: KIP Board 4: Class Treas. 3: Cheerleader 3, 4: Choral Groups 1, 2, 3, 4: PX 1. 2, 3, 4: NHS 3, 4- Jo Ann Pajor, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1" -Alice Pala, Harvey: Girls Club lX4inor Oflicer 1, 2, Secretary 4. Refreshment Crew 3, 4, May Queen Court 3: Class Oflicer 3: KIP Forum 4, Homecoming Court 4: Latin Club 2, 3: PX 2, 3, 4: NHS 3. 4'-Charlene Pals, South Holland: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, lWinor Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Nlother-Daughter 1, Commissioner 4. Float 3. Stand-up 1, 4, T pins 1, 2, Refreshment Crew 4: French Club 1, 2: CPO 3, 4 -'Charles Pals, South Holland. Carol Panczyk, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4' Jerilynn Panozzo, Dolton: KIP Forum 3: Home Ee Style Show 1feJ0hn Panozzo, Dolton Louise Panozzo, Hazel Crest: Girls Club 1. 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2: GAA l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1 f'-' Fran Parsley, Harvey: Girls Club 1. 2, 3, 4, T pin 1 - Sharon Patten, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pin 1, 2, Stand-up 4: French Club 3, 4: YFC 4: GAA 2, 3, 4. John Patterson, Riverdale: Boys Club 1. 2, 3. 4: KIP Forum 4: Gym Jam 3: German Council 2: Grad Usher 3: lvlath Club 4: Band 1. 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Thorntoneers 2, 3. 4, Dixieland Band 2, 3, 4 Eloise Paul, South Holland Jon Pavelin, Dolton: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 4: RIP Forum 3. 4: Hall Guard 3, 4: Debate Club 4: Spanish Council 2, 3: Chemistry Club 3: "The Aian lYho Came to Dinner", 4: Gym Leader 3: Swimming 2 -Lana Pearson, Dolton: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Commissioner 3, Council 1. 3. Div. Chairman 4, T pins 1, 2: ,IRC Repr. 1: Latin Club 1, 2, Ofhcer 1: lVIAC 1: GAA 3, 4 Sharon Pearson, Riverdale: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, lNlinor Olhcer 2, T pins 1. 2: Pep Club 3, 4: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Sandra Pease, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2: ,IRC Repr. 3: Latin Club 2, 3. Barbara Pendleton, Dolton: St. Regis 1. So. Shore 2, 3: Girls Club 4: Band 4, GAA 4m Bonnie Perkins, lJolton:Girls Club l. 2, 3. T fin 1. Scholarship Fins 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: Biology Club 3, 4, President 4: Class Senator 4: lylath Club 4: Radio Club 4: Chem- istrv Club 3, 4 Jean Perko, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Minor' Ofhcer 4, T pins 1, 2: Language Clubs 2, 3, 4 Marilyn Perry, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, GAA 1, 2 Paul Perz, Burnham: Chesterton H. S. 1' Bruce Peterson, Harvey: Spanish Club 3. 4: Xfrcstling 1, 2. Paul Petritsch, Thornton: Bloom 1: AVC 2 Paulette Petritsch, Thornton: Bloom 1: Pep Club 3. 41 AVC 4' -Marilyn Petrosius, South Holland: St. N1ary's 1: Girls Club 2, 3, 4: GAA 3, 4, IXTAC 3 f Donna Pettit, Thornton: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Nlinor Officer 1, 2, 3, 'll pins 1, 2, ,IRC Repr. 1: Class Ofhcer 1: Purplelettes 3: French Club 2, 3, Coun- eil 2: CPO 4: Newsparer Distr. 2, 3" Doc Phillips, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 4: Basketball 2: Track 3, 4: Cross Country 4 Anita Pianto, Riverdale: Girls Club 1: GAA 2. 197 1 J I 198 fmzbrf Phyllis Piekarski Carolynne Piel Joyce Pinger Stephen Plake Dennis Plecas Steve Pniewski Forrest Poindexter Susan Pond John Poore Sylvester Poremba Eileen Porte George Polo Richard Power Paula Powers Thomas Powers Larry Price Margaret Priddy Maredith Pronger Gary Pruitt Benny Puglise Laurie Quinn Clara Raines Harold Ramage Abbidula Randle El Madelyn Rathburn Peter Rauen Margie Ravesloot John Reaugh Leon Redmon Diane Reeder Lawrence Reeder Patricia Reeves Donald Rehberg Robert Reich Frances Reilly Helen Reilly Paul Reimer Rosemary Reyes Leola Reynolds Roger Reynolds Diane Rhodes Sharon Richards Phyllis Piekarski, Harvey, Newspaper Distr, 1, 2, 3, 4-Carolynne Piel, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1-Joyce Pinger, Riverdale, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. Chairman 1, 2, Refreshment Crew 4, Loyalty Day Repr. 3, Hall Hostess 4, KIP Forum 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Class Senator 1, 2- Stephen Plake, Dolton-Dennis Plecas, Thornton, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3: Gym Leader 4, Intramurals 1, 2-Steve Pniewski, Harvey. Forrest Poindexter, Harvey, Blue Island 1-Susan Pond, South Holland, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Hi-C 1, 2, 3, YFC 4, V-P 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 4, NHS 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, GAA 2, 3, 4-john Poore, Homewood, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Key Club 3, 4, Swimming 2e Sylvester Poremba, Harveyfliileen Porte, Lansing, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Forum 4, Hi-C 2, 3, Twirlers 2, Gym Leader 3'-George lgolo, Riverdale, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Gym Circus 3, Bus Guard 1, Hall Guard 2, French Ilub 2. Richard Power, Homewood, Grad Usher 3, Game Tickets 4 ePaula Powers, Home- wood, Girls Club Minor Ofhcer 1, 2, 3, 4, Commissioner 3, Big Sister 4, May Queen Court 3, Welfare 4, Class Officer 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Homecoming Court 4, Chairman 4-Thomas Powers, Harvey-Larry Price, Harvey-ff-Margaret Priddy, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. Chairman 3, KIP Forum 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Board 4, Glee Club 1, Choir 2, Chorus 4, Pep Club Board 4, NHS 3, 4eMaredith Pronger, Harvey, Goshen, Indiana 1, 2, Girls Club 3, 4, T pins 3: Social Studies Club 3, 4, GAA 3, 4. Gary Pruitt, Hazel Crest, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 3, Class Senator 4, "The lvfan W'ho Came to Dinnerl' 4, Key Club 2, Hall Guard Capt. 3, German Club 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 4, Thorntoneers 2, 3, 4-Benny Puglise, Harvey-Laurie Quinn, Harvey, St. Louis Academy, 1, 2, 3, Girls Club 4, Math Club 4, Footlighters 4eClara Raines, Phoenix-Harold Ramage, Harvey, Debate Club 1, Matli Club 2, Chess Club 1, French Club 24-Abbidula Randle El, Harvey, Boys Club 4: Football 4, Wrestling 3, Track 2. Madelyn Rathburn, Calumet City -Peter Rauen, Riverdale' eMargie Ravesloot, Harvey, Girls Club 2, 3, 4, Commissioner 3, T pins 2, Cafeteria Asst. 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4'-John Reaugh, Dolton, KIP Forum 4, German Club 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Or-- chestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4, "Showboat-7" 2, 3, 4, Grad Usher 3, NHS 3, 4, PX 2, 3, 4-Leon Redmon, Dixmoor, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, AVC 1, 2, Gym Leader 3, Bus Guard 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Band 1, 2, Color Guard 1, 2--Diane Reeder, Homewood, Div. Chairman 1, 3, T pins 1, 2, Refreshment Crew 4, GAA Board 2, 3, 4, Chairmanships 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Latin Consul 4, Variety Show 3: Dance Show 3. Lawrence Reeder, Riverdale, Boys Club 4, Math Club 4, Pep Club 3, Tennis 1, Weight Lifting 3, 4, Gym Leader 4, Intramural Basketball 1, 2-f-Patricia Reeves, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Minor Officer 4, T pins 1, 2, Home Ee Style Show 1, FTA 1, 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Show 3, Spanish Club 2-Donald Rehberg, Harvey--Robert Reich, Riverdale, Boys Club Repr. 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Variety Show 1, 3, 4, KIP Forum 3: German Club 2, 3, Thorntoneers 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Pep Band 3, 4-eFrances Reilly, Riverdale, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 1, Commis- sioner 1, Home Ee Style Show 2, 3-Helen Reilly, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, AVC 1, Biology Asst. 4. Paul Reimer, Harvey, Boys Club 1, 2, KIP Forum 3, .IRC 4, Radio Club 3, 4-Rose- mary Reyes, Burnham, Bowen 3, Newspaper Distr. 4, ,IRC Repr. 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Girls Club 4-Leola Reynolds, Markham, Girls Club 1, Pep Club 3, GAA 3, 4, Social Studies Club 4-Roger Reynolds, Harvey, Boys Club Repr. 3, Hall Guard 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 4, Thorntoneers 2, 3, 4 -Diane Rhodes, Harvey, Girls Club Awards 1, 2, 3, Refreshment Crew 3, 4, Dance 4, Big Sister 4, Prom 3, Mid-Winter Dance 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Secy 4, PX 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4iSharon Richards, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 4, KIP Forum 1, Dance Show 3. 199 pf 2 - :--dv 'V 'fT'f A , V 45' ' 1 H V , my 'if' ' ,L " V '-yf fif , V M' md , Us 5" A A i f '20 zz- 5 ,r X .w fqwf 'Hx 2' fn, X K 3 Q i ,z WW V 5 uf l ?" I ff A f 2 00 Sigh ia 1' gwf' . 5.-if mfr' fu-1 New ff, fembfff Sharon Rickey Karen Rickhoff Robert Ring Joyce Ritchie Faye Rives Patrick Roach Judy Robbins Alvinnetta Roberson Irving Roberts Maxine Robinson Robert Robson Susan Roche Louis Rockett Leonard Rodeghiero Thomas Rodgers Janice Roeder John Rogers Darlene Roop Bernard Rosebrough Judy Rosenbaum Myra Rothgeb Thomas Rottmayer Sharon Roy Joanne Rubinic Marilyn Rush Lorraine Sabo Larry Sandberg Gwendolyn Sanders Norma Sanders Pat Santefort Linda Sareny Fran Sarna Dorothy Sauch Lee Saunders Mary Schaap Richard Scheffers Arthur Schild Jack Schiltz Bob Schmal Jack Schmidt Karen Schmidt Sandra Schnable Sharon Rickey, Dolton: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, lylother-Daughter 3, Div. Chairman 4:JRC Repr. 1: Home Ec Style Show 3: Swim Show 2: Glee Club 1, 2--Karen Rickhoff, Harvey: Girls Club President 4, V-P 3, Board 3, 4, May Queen Court 3, Chairrnanships 1, 2, Awards 1, 2, 3, 4: German Club Ofhcer 1, 2: Homecoming Court 4: PXY1. 2. 3. 4: NHS 3, 4 -Robert Ring, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 3, 4: key Club 4: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 1: Cross Country 3: Track 2: Band 1, 2, 3, 42 PX 1, 2, 3, 4: NHS 3, 4 -Joyce Ritchie, Hazel Crest: Girls Club 1, 2, 4: JV Band 1 -Faye Rives, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3: GAA 3: Newspaper Distr. 2 -Patrick Roach, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Swimming 1: Gym Leader 4. Judy Robbins, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2 -Alvinnetta Roberson, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3. 4,QT pins 1, 2, Div. Chairman 2, Dance 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 4: FTA 1, 2, 3, 4. President 3. Secretary 4: Home Ec Style Show 2: PX 3, 4- Irving Roberts, Harvey: Boys Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Glee Club 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Madrigal Singers 4'- Maxine Robinson, Harvey -Robert Robson, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 3, 4: Hall Guard 1. 2. 3: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: Life-Saving 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2: Football 1: Gym Leader 1, 2, 3, 4: Intramural Basketball 1' -Susan Roche, Riverdale: Girls Club 1.12, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2: GAA 1.2, 3, 4. Louis Rockett, Harvey 'Leonard Rodeghiero, Dolton: Camera Club 1' -Thomas Rodgers, Thornton Janice Roeder, Dolton: Harper 3: Girls Club 4: JRC Repr. 4: GAA 1. 2, 4: Library Asst. 1, 2 -John Rogers, Dolton: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 1, 4. Board 2: Hall Guard Captain 2: KIP Forum 2: Class Senator 3, 4: Intramural Basket- ball 1: Gym Leader 3, 4 -Darlene Roop, Dolton. Bernard Rosebrough, Harvey: Track 1, 2, 3: NYrestling 1, 2, 3, 4 Judy Rosenbaum, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: KIP Forum 3 -Myra Rothgeb, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Div. Chairman 1: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 4 -Thomas Rottmayer, Riverdale: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: German Club 2, 3, 4: Key Club 4: Math Club V-P 4: Debate Club 4: Footlighters 4: Chemistry Club 4: Chess Club 4 'Sharon Roy, Harvey: Girls Club 1. 2, 4: GAA 4: Swim Show 2: Dance Show 3 Joanne Rubinic, Dolton: Girls Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Awards 1. 2, 3, Minot' Oflicer 1. 2, 4, Mother-Daiigliter 3: Refreshment Crew 3, 4, Big Sister 4, Marshal 4, Dance 4: JRC 3: Faculty Asst. 4. Marilyn Rush, Riverdale: Girls Club Board 3, Awards 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairmanships 3, 4: CPO 2, 3. 4: Class Senator 4: KIP Forum 3: Choral Groups 1, 2, 3, 4: GAA President 4: PX 2. 3, 4: NHS 3, 4 -Lorraine Sabo, Riverdale: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4 -Larry Sand- berg, Riverdale: KIP Forum 4: Hall Guard 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3 -Gwendolyn Sanders, Harvey' Norma Sanders, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2: GAA 1, 4: Hi-C 2. 3: YFC 4 Pat Santefort, Dolton: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Loyalty Day Reor. 2, Dean's Asst. 2, T pins 1. 2. Stand-up 1: KIP Forum 1, 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Swim Show 2: Dance Show 3: GAA 2. 3. 4. Linda Sareny, Dixmoor: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pin 1: Faculty Asst. 4- Fran Sarna, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Dad-Daughter 3, Dean's Asst. 2: Choir 1, 2, 3'-Dorothy Sauch, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Council 3, Commissioner 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Scholarship Pins 2, 3: Latin Club 3, 4: Grad Usher 3: GAA 1: Glee Club 1 -Lee Saunders, Thornton Mary Schaap, South Holland: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2: Home lic Style Show 1: Swim Show 2: Dance Show 3 -Richard Sheffers, South Holland. Arthur Schild, Dolton Jack Schiltz, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3: Class Senator 4: Gym Leader 1. 2, 3. 4: Gym Jam 3: Swimming 1, 2, 3. 4: Track 1: PX 1, 2, 3, 4 -Bob Schmal, Dolton: Mendel 1, 2: Intramural Basketball 3: Boys Club 3, 4 -Jack Schmidt, Homewood: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 2, 4: KIP Forum 1, 2, 3: Class Senator 1, 3: Tennis 2: Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4: PX 1, 2. 3, 4, Chairman 4 Karen Schmidt, Dolton: Girls Club 1, Z, 3. 4: Choir 1 Sandy Schnable, Riverdale: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2: French Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 4, Council 4: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Dance Show 3. 201 202 rf 6712575 Bette Schoeler Ann Schoenenberger Sharon Scholz Hal Schroeder Jean Schroeder Steve Schubert Wayne Schuermann Terrance Schuhrke Loretta Schultz Ruth Schultz William Schury Nancy Schwarz Stewart Scobbie Kay Seagle Patricia Sears Stephen Sebestyen Edward Selk Peggy Sellers Robert Selvig Susan Semones James Setty James M. Shaffer James R. Shaffer Bob Sheahan Sandra Sheahan Pat Shedwill Jim Shelby Linda Shepherd Judith Sherman Bruce Shields Carol Shipper Darlene Shupert Judith Shutter Sharon Sikma Delano Simmons Bob Simnick Paul Sinwelski John Smart Adolphus Smith Charlotte Smith Gloria Smith Helen Smith Bette Schoeler, Homewood, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, CPO 3, German Club 2, 3, Gymnastics Club 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4-Ann Schoenenberger, Homewood, Girls Club 1, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-C 1, FHA 4-Sharon Scholz, Riverdale, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Div. Chairman 3, French Club 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Choir 3, 4, Keydets 4, Yearbook Staff 4, Faculty Asst. 4-Hal Schroeder, Harvey, Key Club 2, Swimming 1, 2-Jean Schroeder, Riverdale, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 1, 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Show 3, Purplelettes 3, Faculty Asst. 4 -Steve Schubert, Harvey, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4. Wayne Schuermann, Riverdale, Collinsville H. S. 1, 2, 3, Footlighters 4- -Terry Schuhrke, Homewood, Boys Club 1, 4, KIP Forum 2, 4, Class Senator 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Swimming 2, Gym Leader 3, 4-Loretta Schultz, Dolton, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Div. Chairman 2, Council 3, German Club 2, 3, 4, FTA 1, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Asst. 1, Swim Show 2, PX 4---Ruth Schultz, Blue Island, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 1, Refreshment Crew 4, T pins 1, 2, JSA 3, Big Sister 4, Commissioner 3, German Club 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Staff 4' eBill Schury, Harvey, 'iThe lNIan Who Came to Dinner" 4, JRC Council 1, Diving 1, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4eNancy Schwarz, Homewood, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Commissioner 3, 4, Dad-Daughter 4, KIP Forum 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Spanish Club Secy 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4. 'S Stewart Scobbie, Burnham-eKay Seagle, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Minor Of-licer 2. Dad-Daughter 3, Refreshment Crew 4, Big Sister 4, Marshal 4, Commissioner 3, Band 1, 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, PX 2, 3, 4-- -Pat Sears, South Holland, Maria High 1, 2: Girls Club 3, 4, GAA 3, 4fStephen Sebestyen, South Holland-Edward Selk, Hazel Crest, Boys Club 1, Bus Guard 3, 4, Captain 3, 4, Hall Guard 4-Peggy Sellers, Thorn- ton, Girls Club 1. Robert Selvig, Riverdale, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 3eSusan Semones, Dolton, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Minor Oflicer 1, 3, 4, Mother-Daughter 3, KIP Forum 1, 2, Home- coming 4, Gym Jam 2, 3, Newspaper Distr. 1, 2, 3, JRC Repr. 1, 2, 3, Board 4, Cor- responding Secy 4-James Setty, Harvey-James M. Shaffer, Harvey-James R. Shaffer, Harvey-Bob Sheahan, Riverdale, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard Captain 2: Latin Club 1, 2, Key Club 3, 4, KIP Forum 3, Matli Club 4, Newspaper Staff 4, Gym Leader 4, Football 1, 2, lYrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. Sandy Sheahan, Riverdale, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Nlinor Officer 1, 2, 3, Refreshment Crew 3, T pins 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, CPO 3, 4, Swim Show 4, Yearbook Staff 4, NHS 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4-Pat Shedwill, Doltonfjlim Shelby, Harvey, Slaton High 1--Linda Shepherd, Riverdale, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 2, T pins 1, 2, Glee Club 1'eJudy Sherman, Riverdale, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. Chairman 3, Tpins 1, 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, FTA 1, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4aBruce Shields,UDolton, St. W'illibrord 2, Boys Club 3, 4, Gymnastics 3, 4. h Carol Shipper, Hazel Crest, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. Chairman 4, T pins 1, 2, German Club 2, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Social Studies Club 4-Darlene Shupert, Dolton, Girls Club 1. 2, 4, Div. Chairman 1, Glee Club 1--Judy Shutter, Dolton, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1-Sharon Sikma, Dolton, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Senator 4, Twirlers 2, 3, 4, Hi-C 1, 2, 3, YFC 4--Delano Simmons, Riverdale, KIP Forum 2, 3, 4, Baseball hlanager 3--Bob Simnick, South Holland, Wleight lifting 4. Paul Sinwelski, Blue Island, Blue Island High 1-John Smart, Homewood, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 1, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Letter- men's Club 2, 3, 4, Key Club 4-Adolphus Smith, Phoenix"-Charlotte Smith, Hazel Crest, Paris, Arkansas 1, 2, Girls Club 3, 4 -Gloria Smith, Markham, Girls Club 1 2, 3WHelen Smith, Nlarkham. 203 2 fmzbrf Nelson Smith Patricia Smith Ralph Smith Richard Smith John Smock Patricia Snyder Dennis Sparger Annette Spencer Mark Speyer Cathi Spindler Rudy Spolar William Staat Jacqueline Stephenson Arlene Stern Robert Stiegman Phyllis Stockey Dave Stockman James Stokes Bill Stokes Susan Stood Patt Stosek Judy Strahl Millie Stray Joy Strobo Fred Stuart Larry Stump Richard Sublett Martha Sudkamp Jeffery Sullivan Kathy Sullivan Linda Sutton John Swanson Richard Swanson Jack Sweet Ronald Swenson Bernard Swets Karen Swets Wynne Swets Thomas Swiderski Judith Swigost William Synovic Sharon Szlaius Nelson Smith, Riverdale: Boys Club 1, 2, Repr. 2: KIP Forum 4: Gym Leader 2, 4: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Track 1: PX 3, 4: NHS 3, 4, President 4--Patricia Smith, Harvey- Ralph Smith, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3: Hall Guard 1, 2: AVC 1, 2--Richard Smith, HOIUCWOOCH BOYS Club 1, 2, 3. 4, Board 1: Hall Guard 2, 4: Track 2 -John Smock, Harvey -Patricia Snyder, Harvey: hlorgan Park 1, 2: Girls Club 3, 4: JRC Repr. 4: lX1AC 3, 4: YFC 4. Dennis Sparger, Harvey: Boys Club 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 3: Class Senator 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: Glee Club 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 4, Thorntoneers 2, 3, 4 -Annette Spencer, Homewood. Girls Club Awards 1, 2, Refreshment Crew 4: Latin Club 2, 3: Chemistry Club 3: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Senator 1: Orchestra 1, 2, 3: NHS 3, 4 --Mark Speyer, South Holland: Boys Club 1, 4: Hi-C 2, 3: YFC 4, President 4: Key Club 41 Debate Club 3, 4: Class Officer 4: German Council 3. 4: Grad Usher 3: Camera Club 2'-Cathi Spindler, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Tag-Day 4, Stand-up 3: Glee Club 1, 2, Choir 4: GAA Sports Head 3, 4: Swim Show 2, 4: Gym Leader 3: Pep Club 3, 4--Rudy Spolar, Dixmoor: Boys Club 1, 2, 3: JRC 2, 3: Football 2: Wirestlinq 2: Newspaper Distr. 1, 2, 3, 4 -William Staat, Dolton: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard ?. 3: flogiiecoining 3: Gym Jam 4: Intramural Basketball 3: Key Club Treas. 3, 4: Basket- Ja , -, 3, 4. Jackie Stephenson, Calumet: Hammond H. S. 2: Girls Club 1, 3, 4: B4AC 1: Rental Library 1: Newspaper Distr. 3'-Arlene Stern, Riverdale: Girls Club 1: Newspaper Distr. 4--Bob Stiegman, Harvey: Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 1, 2: Library 1, 2: Hi-C 1, 2: Hall Guard 2: JRC 2: Game Usher 2, 3, 4: Lette-rmen's 2, 3: German Club 2, 3, 4'-Phyllis Stockey, Harvey: Girls Club 3, 4: Grad Usher 3: Debate Club 4- Dave Stockman, Harvey: Nlorristown 1: Boys Club 2, 3: JRC 3 James Stokes, Hazel Crest: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, Repr. 1, 3, Hall Girard 1: AVC 1, 2. Bill Stokes, Hazel Crest: Boys Club 1, 2, 4, Hall Guard 1:JRC 2, 3: Thorntonite Distr. 1, 3--Susan Stood, Riverdale: Girls Club 3, 4: KIP Forum 4: GAA 3, 4-Patt Stosek, Harvey-Judy Strahl, Dolton: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1. 2, Div. Chairman 3, Coun- cil 4: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Homecoming 3--Millie Stray, Dolton: lilstherville, Iowa 1, 2: Girls Club 3, 4: Latin Club 4, Consul 4-Joy Strobo, Riverdale: Girls Club Minor Officer 1, 2, 4, JSA 3, CARE 2, Mother'-Daughter' 1, Nlarshal 3, 4, CO1T11I1iSSiOI1el' 33 Gym Jam 1: lWa,iorette 2, 3, 4: PX 4: NHS 3, 4. Fred Stuart, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: KIP Forum 1, 2, 3: Choral Groups 1, 2, 3, 4, Madrigal Singers 3, 4: German Club 3, 4, Council 4: Latin Council Secy. 2: Home- coming 3, 4: Class Senator 4: Play Cast 4--Larry Stump, Dolton: Boys Club 4: Bus Guard 4: KIP Forum 2- -Richard Sublett, Homewood -Martha Sudkamp, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2: Home lic Style Show l, 4: GAA Swim Show 2: JRC Repr. 2: Newspaper Distr. 1: Cafeteria 1, 2, 3, 4' Jeff Sullivan, Homewood: Football 1, 2. 3: Hall Guard Asst. Capt. 2: AVC 3, 4- -Kathy Sullivan, Harvey: St. Louis Acad- emy 1. 2, 3: Girls Club 4. Linda Sutton, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Refreshment Crew 4: Class Senator 3: French Club 2, 3: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, Choir 2, 3 -John Swanson, Riverdale- - Richard Swanson, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Science Club 2 -Jack Sweet, Harvey- -Ronald Swenson, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Thorntoneers 1, 2, 3, 4-Bernard Swets, South Holland: llliana High 1. Karen Swets, South Holland: Girls Club 1, 2, 3. 4--Wynne Swets, Lansing: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4--Thomas Swiderski, Hazel Crest-Judy Swigost, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, Banquets 2, 3, 4, Relreshment Crew 3, 4, Commissioner 3, 4, Big Sister 4: PX 3, 4: NHS 3, 4: FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, President 4-William Synovic, Dolton: Chicago Vocational 1, 2: Boys Club 4- -Sharon Szlaius, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. Chairman 2, Commissioner 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3, Consul 3: FTA 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Gym Leader 4: Glec Club 1. 205 2 fembrf Bob Szymanski Tom Szymanski Bob Tabernacki Ben Talaga Faye Talley Michael Tangney Pat Tanner Dennis Taylor Sally Taylor Sandra Taylor Dave Teague Wayne Tellis Joseph Tenicki Gail Tenz Ted Terandy Jerry Thoma Lowell Thomas Carole Thompson Robert Thompson Bob Thomsen Richard Thurson Linda Thornton Marilyn Thyer Jack Timmann Eva Timms Robert Toborg Thomas Toborg Judith Toohey Jerry Travis Judith True Brenda Tucker Bernice Turner Melvin Turner Stephen Turner Gerald Urban Barbara Van Dam Harold Vanderbilt Viola Vandergiessen Violet Vandergiessen John Van Der Heiden Steve Van Der Vliet Audrey Van Deursen Bob Szymanski, Riverdale-Tom Szymanski, Harvey, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, F0OtbHll 25 Track 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Distr. 3, 4-Robert Tabernacki, Calumet City, KIP Forum 3-Ben Talaga, Harvey, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4- --Faye Talley, Harvey'-Mike Tangneyv Dolton, NIL Carmel 1. Pat Tanner, Dolton, Girls Club 1, 2, 4, Div. Chairman 4, T pins 1, 2, GAA 3, 4'mDCl'l!1lS Taylor, Riverdale-Sally Taylor, South Holland, NValter French 1, Hampden Du Bose 2, Girls Club 3, 4, GAA 3, 4, YFC 3. 4, Class Senator 4-Sandra Taylor, South Hollandi Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Council 3, Commissioner 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, GAA 3, 45 PQI? Club 3, 4, MAC 2-Dave Teague, Harvey, Boys Club 1, Hall Guard 2eWayne Tellis, Phoenix, Boys Club Repr. 4, Hall Guard 3, German Council 3, Math Club 4, Year- book Staff 4. Joe Tenicki, South Holland, Holy Trinity 1, 2 -Gail Tenz, Hazel Crest, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, JRC Repr. 4, French Club 2-Ted Terandy, Harvey, Boys Club 19 Imfa' murals 1, 4-Jerry Thoma, Harvey-Lowell Thomas, Blue Island, Boys Club RCPT- 4, Hall Guard 2, Chess 4, Basketball 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 4 --Carole Thompson, River- dale, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. Chairman 1, 2, T pins 1, 2, Council 3, Latin Club 2, Biology Asst. 4, YFC 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2. ub 1, 2, 3, 4s Robb Thompson, East Hazel Crest-Bob Thomsen, Dolton, Boys Cl . Latin Club 2, Spanish Club 3, 4, Intramural Basketball 1, 4--Richard Thurson, RIVCF' dale, Boys Club 1, 2, Hall Guard Captain 3, 4, Tennis 1-Linda Thornton, Riverdalfii Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, French Club 4, Latin Club 4, SOC- Studies Asst. 4, YFC 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Glec Club 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4fM8fl1Yn Thyer, Thornton, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pin 1, Council 1, Latin Club 1, 2, CPO AsSt- 3, 4, Glec Club 1, 2---Jack Timmann, Dolton, Boys Club 1, Repr. 3. Eva Timms, Harvey, Englewood H. S. 1, 2, 3--Bob Toborg, Rivcrdale51BEYT C5113 . , . 3 1, 2, 3, 4, Glec Club 1, 1Vrestl1ng 2, 3eThomas Toborg, Thornton, Boys C ll ,- Guard 4, Bus Guard 1-Judith Toohey, Homewood, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pins 11 2, Council 4, YFC 1, 4, Social Studies Club 4, Glee Club 1, Newspaper Distr. 3, 45 FHA 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Cafeteria Asst. 2, 3, 4-Jerry Travis, Dolton, Football 4mJl1dY True, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, 2, Choir 3, Kcydets 3, Prom 3- Brenda Tucker, Harvey, Fcnger 2, Girls Club 3, 4, Glee Club 1--Bernice Tl-lillefs Harvey-Melvin Turner, Harvey-Steve Turner, Homewood, Boys Club 1, 2, CPT- 2, Hall Guard 4, German Club 2, 3, Hockey Club 4-Jerry Urban, Harveyi. BOYS Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Refreshment Crew 1, Latin Club 2, 3, Library Asst. 3, HOIHCCl?m1ng' 33 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Color Guard 1, Orchestra 4-eBarbara Van Dam, Harvey? Girls Club T pins l, 2, Div. Chairman 1, Council 4, Refreshment Crew 3, Commissioner 4, Class Senator 4: Choir 1, 2, 3, Keydets 1. 2. 3, Klefs 4, Chorus 4. Harold Vanderbilt, South Holland, Boys Club Repr. 1, 2, 3, 4, KIP Forum 1, AVC 1, 2, 4, Biology Club 4, Camera Club 4-Viola Vandergiessen, Harvey, Girls Club 2, GAA 1, Hi-C 1-Violet Vandergiessen, Harvey, Girls Club 2, GAA 1, Hi-C 1- John Van Der Heiden, Harvey, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 1, Gym Leader 4, Basketball 1, 2, Cross Country 3-Steve Van Der Vliet, Homewood, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Repr. 3, 4, KIP Forum 4, JRC Repr. 3, Lettermerfs Club 2, 3, 4, Gym Leader 2, Key Club 4, Swimming 2, Golf 2, 3, 4, Mid-VVinter Dance 3eAudrey Van Deursen, South Holland, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. Chairman 2, T pin 1, JRC Repr. 4, Class Senator 1, 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Swim Show 2, Newspaper Distr. 1, 4. 207 fmzbrf Lynn Van Dyke Carole Van Kooten Judith Van Mersbergeu Joan Van Oflielen Sylvia Van Vuren Beverly Vaughn Mike Vest Robert Victoria Veda Vilet Jeanette Voegerl Bruce Voss Geri Vreeman David Vrshek Sara Vulcano Don Vyverberg Don Wagner Shirley Wagner Joseph Walczak Carol Walker Dolores Walsh Ronald Walter Jaan Walter William Walton Genevieve Ward Patricia Warren Bill Wasko Sherrill Watkins Mary Lou Webb Bob Webster Joan Wedding Bonnie Weinel Eunice Weinstock Carol Weise Don Weisgerber Owen Wentworth Joann Westerhoff Mildred Wheatley Steven Wheeler Pat Whitaker Rosetta White Bill Whitman Mike Wickersham Lynn Van Dyke, Dolton: Ashtabula, Chin, 1, 2, 3: Girls Club 4 Carole Van Kooten, South Holland: Fenger 1, 2, 3 Judith Van Mersbergen, South Holland: Girls Club 1. 3. 'li pin 1: RIP Lost Sk Four:-'l 3: Hi-C 1, 2, 3, Club paper 2: MAC 1 Joan Van Offelen, East Hazel Crest -Sylvia Van Vuren, South Holland: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pin 1, Div. Chairman 2: Pen Club 4: Dance Show 3: GMX 4 Beverly Vaughn, Riverdale: Girls Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Swim Show 2: Dance Show 3. Mike Vest, Hazel Crest: Hall Guard 3: Bus Guard cant. 3, Commander 4: Campus Patrol eapt. 4: Track 3: Gymnastics 3: News Photographer 4: Gym lseacler 3, 4: Speech contest 3: Camera Club 3, 4 Bob Victoria, Harvey' Veda Vilet, 'lihorntong Fengvr 1, 2'-Jeanette Voegerl, Lansing: Girls Club 1, Z, 3. 4, Div. Chairman 4: KIP Forum 4: NIAC 1: Social Studies Asst. 4: Newspaner Distr. 2, 4: Variety Show 3: Glee Club 1. 2, Choir 3 '-Bruce Voss, Harvey -Geri Vreeman, Dolton. David Vrshek, Dixmoor' lioys Club 3, 4f KIP Forum 1 --Sara Vulcano, Riverdale: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2: KIP Forum 1, 2, 3:JRC 2, 3 Don Vyverberg, South Holland ADon Wagner, South Holland: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4 -Shirley Wagner, South Holland: Girls Club 1, 2, 3: GAA 3. 4: Dance Show 3 Joe Walczak, Posen. Carol Walker, Harvey: lklaryland 1, 2, 3: Girls Club 4 'Dolores Walsh, Riverdale: Girls Club 1, 2: GAA 1 Ronald Walter, Harvey: Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hall Guard 2, 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 3: lYrestlinQ 1: Swimming 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3 4 Jaan Walther, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Speaker of Council 4, Scholarship Pins 2, 3. Dance Chairman 3, Blav Queen Court 3: Grad Usher 3: PX 1, 2, 3, 4 'William Walton, Harvey Gen- evieve Ward, South Holland: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. Chairman 21 GAA 2: Camera Club 1. Patricia Warren, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, il' pins 1, 2: GAA 1 -Bill Wasko, Har- vey -Sherrill Watkins, Rive-rdaler Mary Lou Webb, Riverdale: Girls Club 1. 2, 3. 4, 'l' pins 1. 2, Council 1, Dance Chairman 2, Kentucky Schools 3: German Club 2, 3: Choral Groups 1, Z, 3: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Swim Show 2: NTAC 4 Bob Webster, Dolton: Boys Club 1, 3: Hall Guard 2: Bus Guard 2: Gym Leader 4: Key Club 4 'Joan Wedding, Riverdale: Aquinas H. S. 1, 2: Girls Club 3, 4: Pep Club 3. 4: GAA 3. 4. Bonnie Weinel, Harvey Eunice Weinstock, Riverdale, Girls Club 1, 3, 3, 4, Nlinor Of'l:1Cer 1, 2, 3, Stand-up 4, 'F pins 1, 2: Gym Leader 3: Rental Library Asst. 4: Library Asst. 2: Newspaper Distr. 1, 2, Glee Club 1: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4: Yearbook Stall 4 'Carol Wleise, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 3, 4 Don Wiesgerber, Harvey -Owen Wentworth, Hazel Crest: Boys Club 1, 4: Bus Guard 3, 4, Commander 4, Captain 3: Hall Guard 4, Campus Patrol 4: Glee Club 1 Joann Westerhofl, South Holland: l"c-nger 1: Girls Club 2. 3. Mildred Wheatley, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Hi-C 1, 2: YFC 4: Glee Club 1- Steve Wheeler, South Holland: Seymour, Indiana, 1: Gym Leader 4 Pat Whitaker, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 'll pins 1, 2: Glee Club 1, Choir 2, Keydets 2, Chorus 3: Social Studies Asst. 4: GAA 1, 2, 3, 4 Rosetta White, Dixmoor: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, JRC 4 f--Bill Whitman, Dolton: Boys Club 1, 2 -Mike Wickersham, Harvey, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4: German Club 2, 3: Swimming 1: Football 1. 2: Baseball 4. 209 1 N I Y fembrf Marsha Wigg James Wilken Walter Wilkens Joe Williams Mike Williams Willmer Williams Bonnie Willing James Wiltshire Charles Winkler Jean Winterringer Martha Wise Kenneth Wishba Pat Wismer Janet Wojcik Joan Wolf Marilyn Wood Juanita Wooden Carol Wright Dennis Wyma Myra Wyman Willie Wynn Elizabeth Young Gerald Young Pat Young Phillip Zack Raymond Zander Matt Zatkalik Pamela Zesch Lloyd Ziegler August Ziemann David Zilligen Linda Zimmer Jo Ann Zimmerman Kathie Zimmerman Julia Ziolkowski Walter Zukowski Marsha Wigg, Homewood, Girls Club Awards 1, 2, 3, Loyalty Day 4, Mother-Daughter 3, Refreshment Crew 4, KIP Forum 4, Choral Groups 1, 2, 3, 4, JRC 45 CPO 45 GAA 1, 2, 3, PX 3, 4-'James Wilken, Harvey, Tuley High 1, 2, 3, Boys Club 4'eWalter Wilkens, Hazel Crest, Boys Club 2, French Club 1, 2, 4, Library Asst. 3, 4-Joe Williams, gixmo0rWMike Williams, Harvey-Willmer Williams, Easy Hazel Crest, Simmons . S. 1. Bonnie Willing, Homewood, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, KIP Forum 1, 3, Board 2, Dance 35 -IRC Council 1, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, French Council 1, Class Asst. Treasurer 2, Cheer- leader 3, 4, Hoofers 43-Iames Wiltshire, Harvey-Chuck Winkler, Hazel Crest- Iean Winterringer, Riverdale, Girls Club 1, Z, 3, 4, GAA 3+Martha Wise, Lansing, Girls Club 2-Kenneth Wishba, Riverdale. Pat Wismer, South Holland, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Council 1, 4, FrenCl1 Club 2, 3, Dance Show 3-Janet Wojcik, Harvey, Girls Club Awards 1, 2. 3, 4, MIHOF Ofhccr 3, 4, Project Chairman 4, KIP Forum 1, 3, Gym ,Iam 4, Library Asst. 1, 2, 3, 4, Footlighters 1, 2, 3, 4, Debate Club 3, 4, FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Dean,s Asst. 3-Joan Wolf, Harvey: Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. Chairman 1, ,IRC Repr. 3, Class Secy. 1, Party li Rental Library Asst. 2, 3, Library Asst. 2, 3, Faculty Asst. 4-Marilyn Wood, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Div. Chairman 2, 4, Dearfs Asst 4, JRC Repr. 1, Library Asst. 2, 3, Pep Club 3, 4, GAA 3, 4, Library Club 3-Juanita Wooden. Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA 3: MAC 4, FTA 3-Carol Wright Riverdale, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Council 2, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Glee Club 1, Nurses' Asst- 35 Grad Usher 3. Dennis Wyma, Thornton, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 1, 3, 4, Captain 4, Bus Guard 1, 3, 4, Lieutenant 3, Captain 4, Campus Patrol 3, 4, Newspaper Stal? 4, Game Usher 2, 3mMyra Wyman, Harvey, Style Show 2, 3, Glee Club 1-Willie Wynn, Phoenix- -Elizabeth Young, Dolton, California 1, Girls Club 2, 4, MAC 3eGcrald Young, Burnham- -Pat Young, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Service Award 3, Commissioner 3, 4, Refreshment Crew 4, KIP Forum 4, French Club 1, 2, 3, Class Senator 1, GAA Forum 4, Yearbook Staff 4. Phillip Zack, Riverdale, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4-Raymond Zander, Thornton, Boys Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, 3, Game Usher 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Madrigal Singers 4fMatthew Zatkalik, Homewood-Pamela Zesch, Riverdale, Girls Club Awards 1, 2, 3, Minor Ofhcer 1, 2, 3, KIP Forum 4, Class Senator 3, Band 1, 2, GAA Treasurer 2, 3, Graduation Guide 3, PX 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, NHS 3, 4'-Lloyd Ziegler, Dolton-August Ziemann, Harvey: Gymnastic Team 2, 3, 4, Club 2, 3, 4, President 4. David Zilligen, Harvey, Bloom 1, Boys Club 2, 3, 4, Repr. 3, Hall Guard 3, Game Usher 2, 3, AVC 4, KIP Dance 3-Linda Zimmer, Harvey, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, T pins 1, 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 4-Jo Ann Zimmerman, Dolton, Bowen H. S. 1, 2, Latin Club 3, 4-Kathie Zimmerman, Homewood, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Awards 1, 2, 3, Refreshment Crew 3, 4, Minor Oflicer 3, 4, Play Tickets 4, Commissioner 3, GAA Shows 2, 3, Choral Groups 1, 2, 3, 4, PX 2, 3, 4, Newspaper Stall' 4-Julia Ziolkowski, Dolton, Girls Club 1, 2, 3, 4, ,IRC 4, GAA 3, 4, Pep Club 4-Walter Zukowski, Harvey, Boys Club 1, Glee Club 1, Chorus 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3. 211 Juniors have had a busy time this year. What with choosing and ordering rings. helping to niake plans for the biggest event in their school lives- the Proxnf -and checking their credits toward grad- uation, they have kept going. This was the year the Juniors started thinking seriously about college. They were urged to con- sult college catalogues, college field representa- tives, and their own class adviser about their preparations. lylany ,juniors took the National Mei'it Scholarship Test as a practice for their senior year. 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A M , V A -QQ, , Q 'Nfl' ,, .i A gt ,W Sanclra Zzlllzxr. lldwarcl Zuncicr, Gcralclinc ' 4 fl ' f gpg W5 1 Zllowzik, lNIyx'on Zvlcznik, Ray ZUC'lK'1H21H, 41 - ly Bob Zurawicz. g i l, I M- Donna Zych, Sharon McCoy. ll l ifiqf ghx Circus clowns'-Judy lXlartin, Twyla Elliott, Allan John- son Qgorillad. CZDVCMI A M2755 1 ,, "Forty-Second Street',-llunicc and Pal lVc'iuslock. Pat Duetsch dances to songs from g'Oklahomal" Swim show, 'iChcrchcz la FC'll'lIl'lf',-3 the "Sweet l..cilz1ni" number' -Row 1: Diane lX1assick,AIoan Alexander, Miclielencf Spens. Row 2: Blablf- Sundbsrq. Paula liilcrs: joan Cunningham, Pat Dutcll, Holly Haley, Marty Hillman. GAA gzyeazbzfzfzbf GAA queens wl'at Alticr, posture' quccng lWarilyn Perry, ping-pong Champion. "Anastasia" number-Row 1: lillen Lotz. Row 2: Diane Carlton, iWe1'ikz1y lN'ells. Ann Grave-S, B3l'lJ2il'2i liernvr, lillcn Nlassotli. fophomoref ENGLISH II, Period 6 Mrs. Callan Row 1: Sarah Etheridge, Millie Go- laszcwski, Robert Qehmkc, Arthur Marionneaux, Larry Swarens, Glenn Weaver. Row 2: Nancy Richards, Ruby Dorsey, Garol Shepherd, Vur- nice jordan, Sandy Ghiararnonte, Harry Naylor. Row 3: Allen Smits, Glenn Becker, Gloria Paul, Ernestine Allison, Victor Brauner, Stephen Sachs. Row 4: Bill DeRidder, Ron Hahn, George Bukwa, Lawrence Crowder, lirvin Bratcher, Peter Wells, Wiillie Pruitt, Frank Petkus. fopkomoffef mom! by dam Cgffoulzif Class Officers' 'Seatedr Gaye Burke, asst. seey.g Fred AIUTMB president: Dennis Slusser, lst vice-pres.g .lohn Aggen, 2nd vice-pres.g Mike Buckley, asst. treas Standing: Kathy Graefen. seeretaryg Irene Kalesnekofl, treasurer. Last September, 1046 sophomores entered Thornton. At the end of the first semester. 350 ol' them went to Thornridge. Ollicers for the class were located in both schools but managed to get together for meetings as needed. The sophomores were a busy class. Through the efforts of their otlicers, sophomores entered a float in the Homecoming Parade, carrying out the theme i'lVIoments to Remember". Besides that project they put on a party with the freshmen. The theme for the event. held on May 21, was c'Cloud Nine". It was a stag or drag affair with the music by the Swingsters. a sophomore hand. Sophomore ENGLISH II Period 8 Mrs. Callan Row 1: Donna Salvage, Vicki Van Eck, Barb Schindler, Harold Eason, Holly Hoebel, Delores Hill. Row 2: Janice Janocha, Ursula Olling, Rob- ert lldwards, Norman Warns, Tom Grew. Row 3: Edward Denson, Nancy Pavlak, Carol Maczka, Bar- bara Schurr, Susan lN1arkee, Shirley Sailors. Row 4: Dennis Hale, Bar- bara Helsly, Beverly Bourkard, Jim Borris, Carol Romba, julie Jacks. 228 fopbomoffef English II Period 1 Mrs. Eberhardt Row 1: Tina hlaranto, Vern Steph- en, Bruce Clark, Tom Haddow, Calvin Mays. Row 2: Mike Cor- coran, Esther Stewart, Sarah Chris- topher, Bruce Carter,Joe lN'eisgerber, Holly Haley. Row 3: Charles Adams, lldward Pieczykowski, RichardJohn- son, Jim Schnering, Bill lX'1cCowan, Jefl Parham. English ll, Period 2 Mrs. Eberhardt Row 1: Beverly Triezenberg, Clinton Peacock. Rogm-rJones, Kenneth Reh- berg. Charles Schimmel, Ronald Brackins. Row 2: Larry Bryant, Barbara Schippits, Qullie Dampicr, Iara Jackson, Richard Parmley, Donald Brackins. Row 3: Ella Lovingood, Ronald Zurck, Bob Forbes, Richard Heuring, Charles Coz-dike, Ronald Butts, Bill Custer. English Il, Period 2 Mr. Harriman Row 1: Shirley Jacobson, Jayne Blcssing, Dick Dawson, John XVat- son, Don Anderson, Richard Hall, Carol Portwood. Row 2: Darlene Genius, Helen Johnson, Vklavcry Clemons, Bernandine Cerny, Ronald Lendi, James Cross, Carole Flynn, Donna Ducat. Row 3: Thelma Hayes, Emma Rcdmon, Sandra Has- let, Renee Romba, Sandra Pacholik, Sharon Jarog, Ethel Palmer, Paula Taylor. Cynthia Nieckula. Row 4: Jerri Scholz, Richard Evans, Ronald Smith,Jerry Crowder, Doris Thomp- son. Suzanne Armstrong, Nancy Cook, Blaria lVlcKinzi:-, Rita lYal- encik, English II, Period 3 lN1r. Harriman Row 1: Ann Colden, Pat Kacgbcin. Peter Altringer, Leon Clark, Daniel XVasso, James Baker. Row 2: Janie hlarshall. Sylvia Wheatley. Linda Schnering, Linda LOBLI11 lVanda Brown. Mary Quinn. Row 3: Rosc- hlary Jordan, Judi Dresscn, Janice Pouilly, Peggy WK-inel. Hattie Lovin- good. Row 4: Don Sebock, Klar- shall Mac.-Xrthur, Herman Lewis, Roy Sprehe, Phillip Pryor, Gail Olson. 229 f 01Db074407f65 English II, Period 1 Miss Howe Row 1: Sharon lNIeClellan, Herman Christopher, Richard Cubalchini, Thomas Silzer, Mae McCarty. Row 2: Barbara Foulks, -Ian Bonini, Ed Cermak, Charles Krikau, l'Villie Stephens, Charles lVhitted. Row 3: lklary Trusehka, Altheida Sims, El sie Taylor, Stella Gierueki, Lela Franklin, Deirdre Harper. Row 4: Virginia Lambert, Russell Bukwa, Lawrence Hernandez, Don Cravens, Robert Davis. Ronald Vallow, lNIike Hernandez, Delores Napc. English II, Period 3 Miss Howe Row 1: Arlene Amsteen, Evelyn Dunnam, Bob Rabidoux, Ronald NIeKinney, Dan Plucinski, Ronald Nlrozek. Row 2: Carole Severs, Sharon Lee, Barbara Young, Joyce Yatsak, Frank Tessling. Row 3: Patricia Towns, Sandra Geschke, Donald Courtney, Linda Landis. Row 4: Albert Anderson, Scott Hunter, Howard Schoenlebcn, Joe Garbacz, Craig Maxwell, joe jones, Joe Foster. English II, Period 2 Mr. Lawrence Row 1: Sue Snyder, john McKib- ben, Dennis Slusser, Rosemary Phil- pot, james Koster, john Aggcn. Row 2: Edna Funtall, Judy Fer- guson, Karen Johnson, Fred Pastor, john Miinn, Ellen Goley. Row 3: Susan Ellis, Beverly Clavio, Dorothy Rowe, Bill Velon, Peter VVasilkofI. Row 4: Mike Buckley, Robert Kniaz, Bob Bender, Larry Bean, Bob Cant- well. Todd Downing, Sam Belmonti. English II, Period 3 Mr. Lawrence Row 1: Camille Starzyk, Andrea Dekens, Donald Rozek, Leroy Van- Soest, Gary Halley, Nfartin Maher. Row 2: lklaryjane Kwasny, Sonja lNIiehor, Pat Sandona, Lois Van- Dommelen, Susanne Seehausen, Gail Aurand. Row 3: Fran Glogowski, Inez hlitehcll, Pamela Tompkins, Barbara Sterkowitz, .Ioan Pozdol, Charles Bacon. Row 4: James Kent, Jerry Shearer, Brian Robertson, Blike Faoro, Ralph Niernann, Bill Trykzlll, Kirk Zimmer. 230 folbbomorer English Il, Period 3 Mr. Nattsas Row 1: Gayle Asher, Judy LaRue, Bill Peters, Clarence Hanks. Roger Sutton, Steven Gramenz. Row 2: Laura Learmouth, Lois Lohse, Jan Frieling, Terry Rutherford, Susan Schneiter, Bill Collias, Richard Ruble. Row 3: Ron Gibson, Judy Krause, Cherie Gunus, Gandy Thornton, Roberta Stroh, Barbara Robinson, Nick Falica. Row 4: Ron Denson, liarl Lintner, Frank Jerz, Wlilly Randle El, Richard Ri- nearson, Mike Rizzuti, Frank Fitz- gerald, Dennis Delanty, Robert Hud- son. English Il, Period 5 Mr. Nattsas Row 1: Jean Kennedy, Stanley Hal- ley, Leo Nape, Berry Thomas, Arthur Gassaway, Lois Gall. Row 2: La- vonne Hartter. -lim Huffman, lWich- ael Miller. Bill Larkin, John Pease, Barbara Rayford. Row 3: Wlilliarn Kirby, Anne Amsden, Velma Suttles, Marceline Curtiss, Judy Stone, Carol Lanham. Row 4: Bert Letman, lVil- liam Anderson, Don Gibson, Ronald Krech, Henry Bott, Dan Szilagyi, Ronnie Berry. English II, Period 2 Mr. Norene Row 1: Karen Krummick, Norman Read, jim Fetsis, Paul Rinella, David Rogers, Don Berglind. Row 2: Bonnie Norton, Nancy Sehlueter, Karene lN4arshall, John Fordham, Sandramlohnson, Janet Kaleta, XfVan- da Glover. Row 3: Judith Ghesser, Irene Pala, Patty Collins, Nlargie Varner, Ruth Farmer, Michelene Spens, Barbara Polo, Ellen Lotz. Row 4: Nancy Garrison. Richard Gatewood. Dennis Blank, Edward Rotkvie. Larry Nluehrinq, Ronald Clark. Henry Sajpel, Nlichael Jerd- ing, English II, Period 5 Mr. Olson Row 1: Everett Ramsey, hlichael Laatsch, Thomas Hawker, Paul Bentley, Dennis Kempler, Russell Tolnai. Row 2: Penny Archer, Kay Hanks, Gayle Blais, Bill Bulger, Myrna Tin-nstra, Joanne hlangnus, Linda Hunt. Row 3: Carmen Lendi. Nlarilyn Koneck, Deborah Jordon, Nancy Riddle, Becky Bruhn, Karen Ulrich. Gail Perkins, Jim Gress. Row 4: Tom Eckert, Don Adams, Tom Hansen, Nliellael hliehalski. Richard Novotny, -Iiin Bush. Rich- ard Nlrozek, Joe hlancuso. lid Pet- tice. 231 fi Sophomore! English II, Period 7 Mr. Petrdil' Row 1: Delbert Jennings, Jane Cec- eoni, Brad Larson, Daniel Bisson- nette, Clillord Barg, Gordon Wlhite. Row 2: Shirley Kennedy, Sharon Nloore, Barbara Arreclondo, Dean Vlach, Billy DeRooy, Freda Shaw. Row 3: Charles Smith, James Bo- gash, Tom Peters, James Scott, Patricia Stevens, Row 4: Sharon Kroll, Sharon Ekhoff, Homer Smith, James Bough, Bill YVO1'ley, Judy Ellis, Karen Collette. English II, Period 2 Mr. Pick Row 1: Reuben Poindexter, Twyla Elliott, Ronald Snyder, Roger Mil- ler, John Seville, Jack Doll. Row 2: Donnese Tatum, Bob Middleton, Bobby Siller, Roy Clay, John Clou- tier. Row 3: June Tceter, Jim Peters, Don lvlirowski, R. V. King, Riley Turner, Teddy FlOllI'1'1Oy. Row 4: Albert Ewan, Gary Holmes, Sher- wood Hutchins, Dennis Kogut, Russ Tessling, Stephen Smith, Don Kim- bro. English Il, Period 8 Mr. Pick Row 1: Ethyl Henry, Ellen Young, Larry Ederer, Ken Trotter, Fred Reyelts. lN4ona Cihirka, EdytheJack- son. Row 2: Adaline Callahan, Par Spoor, Jane Clem, Joanne Peterson, Charmaine Koeller, Cathie lxlclfar- land, Richard X'Veise, Elizabeth Smith. Row 3: Leslie Burgess, Bill XVeller, John Lynch, Tom Oest- mann, Oliver Carter, Beverly Carl- son, Marilyn Jostes. Row 4: Judith Contois, Minnie Thomas, Linda Lyon, Kenny X'Vard, lN4ike Kerr, Jack Landis, Cheryl Sherman, Col- lette Covert, Virginia Hamilton. English II, Period 1 Miss Poole Row 1: Bill Vanderbok, Bob Shan- non. Wayne Dekens, John Nolan, Rick Finnell, JoAnn l.icina. Row 2: Donna Cerino, Barbara Nliller, George Lane, Jim Lendi, Bill lVal-- ezak, Carole Stark, Connie Fulmer. Row 3: Carol Jones, Sandra Spang- ler, Judy Peerbolte, Donna Virgil, Carol Zmuda, Diane Dillon, lN4ari- lyn Pomp, hlargaret lvliller. Row 4: Ronald Johnson, Tom Heiinlieh, Gordon Kriek, James Needham, Denny Fillippo, Edward Bishop, Ralph Allen, Brian Wlyekofl. 232 fopbomoref English II, Period 3 Miss Poole Row 1: Kathy Gracfen, Pamni Hell- inann, Tom Renner, Roy Auerbach, Roy Anker, Irene Kalesnekoff. Row 2: Don Collins, Douglas Tc-randy, XVayne Nlarley, Wlaync Swart, Pat Sampognaro, Shirley Biclecki. Row 3: Wlalter LaPlante, Naney Gibson, Claristine Staples, Edjuana Roberts, Pat Davis, iyiary Gross, Arlene Nesci. Row 4: Gary VanLaningharn, Peter Vetter, John DeBoer, Jerry Yadron, Eddie Jackson, Bob Swalford, Ro- land Flynn, John Hryn, Richard Cooley. English II, Period 6 Mrs. Rivere Row 1: Paul Anderson, Eugene Lin- dell, Vlilliam Bell, Fred Ehlert, Frank MeCaleb, Leroy Jackson. Row 2: Janice Perry, Trudy Pat- terson, Blaryanne Carlson, Sherrie Jordan, Penne Lohman, Diane Car- lock, Kathleen Cooper. Row 3: Betty Laging, Nikki Sundberg, Carol Bartley, Carol Alsip, Lorna Propes, Susan Downing, Sandra Snow, Sheila Eagan. Row 4: Rich Hutch- ings, Bill Dorner, David Pruett, Ken Wfiegand, Bill Levato, Sandy Shepard, Barbara Nlikos, Sharon Karninski, Linda Eidson. English II, Period 7 Mrs. Rivere Row 1: Carol Timmann, Darlette Jaques, l'hil Stock, Howard Jcrz, Lon Larson, hlary Saska. Row 2: Ellen Delfer, Vicki Nieckula, Betty Ross, Sandy lWeKeska, Kay Hobbs, Allan Tieman. Row 3: Joan Lam- phear, Kenneth Fadke, Cammic McDaniel, Clifford Hawkins, Ernest Martin, Bruce Bright, Karen San- ford, Beth Jurate. Row 4: Rose Nfaeander, Gerald Cagle, VVarren Meier, Dennis Johnson, Robert Dahl, John Leensvaart, Mike Wald- ron, Janiee Podulka, Jack Wiebb. English II, Period 6 Miss Russell Row 1: Donna Cienkus, Millie Vetterick, George Hedke, Sharyn Jacobsma, Joellyn Moi'i'is, Bill Staat. ,Row 2: Joyce Armor, Linda Over- Yoom, Jean Nuss, Carol liriekson, Barbara Carlson, Sheila Divekey. Row 3: ivlarilynn Lau, lifhe Oliver, -,Rose Swietlik, Andy Cubbon, Dick Strahl, Georgi Chlebieki, Charlene Nishet, Lois Schroeder. 233 folzvbomoffav English II, Period 7 Miss Russell Row 1: Bev Danielwicz, BIarion Matliews, Terry Borys, Fred Muller, Torn Berry, Jean Nelson. Row 2: Sandy Zuithoff, Shirley Zablocki, Judy Boboniek, Pat George, Anna Harrill, Les Wlebb, Dorothy Collins. Row 3: Glenn Beardslcy, Fave Cagle, Isla Rothcnhocfer, Susanne Zahler, Sharon Gaulager, Barbara Sobucki. Gloria Delia, Janet Simnick. Row 4: Ronald Hickinbotham, Barbara Irzyk, Ken Brooks, Ronald Davison, Arnold Zweifcl, Lanette Ellison, Charles Sarns, Dave lVIcChristie. English II, Period 2 Mrs. Swanberg Row 1: Dave Blankenburg, Donald Krech, Bob Kellbach, Bob Max'ek, Paul Flaherty, lVIelvyn Anderson, Pamela Nlann. Row 2: CarolJones, lfVanetta Jones, Donald Sweeney, Donald Osberg, Tom lVilliams, Bar- bara Taylor, Charles Ligler. Row 3: Bob Fisher, Howard Reynolds, Bill Goodwin, YValter Knapp, Matt Lojas, Yvonne Hampton, Rosemary McCarthy, Lorraine Selk. Row 4: James Dunne, Richard Robinson, Bob Schwartzkopf, Bill Medley, Bruce Hopman, James Pew, lVin- ston Bowman, Pat Clemons, Renee Green. English II, Period 3 Mrs. Swanberg Row 1: John Armstrong, Roger Eagan, Jerry Stewart, Dennis Mille1', Bill Guzaski, Curtis Hahn. Row 2: John Newberg, Carole Crosby, Ver- onica Poremba, Janice Yates. Row 3: James Massick, Edward Swanson, Beverly Ribanclo, Dianne St. Pierre, Wfilliam Smith. Row 4: Terri Bes- singer, Janet Erickson, Ronald WViel- goreeki, Linda Ott, Ed Sumner, Sherry Kosek, Sandra Painter. English II, Period 1 Miss Szymanski Row 1: Malulc Sundberg, Richard Backlin, Maurice Brown. Dick Hough, Bob Blandernack, Lynn Fascia. Row 2: Jane Kavis, Caryl Zeimetz, Deanna Bolnick, Iflaine Kavelaras, Judy Bloomquist, Chris Cent, Pain Bennett, Joan McCul- loch. Row 3: Sharon Burton, Geff Armstrong, Nancy Lynn, Karon Burk. Gary Lindell, Kenneth Her- man, Vicki Moser. Nancy Jack, Tom Allen. 234 fopbomoref English II, Period 2 Miss Szymanski Row 1: Robert Blurdock, Lorine Gholson, David Szwet, Williarn Le- Vallcy, Jim Jarosz, Overton jack- son. Row 2: James Boswell, William Smith, jerry Adams, Ray Gifford. Judy Schippits, Row 3: Karen Hanson, Vlfillie Halbert, Robert Mc- Cain, jerry Clark, Kenny Nfillsap, Sallie Doyle. hlary McDougal. English II, Period 4 Mr. Bean Row 1: Nlary Bosgraaf, Carol Bona, Qrland David, Allen DeVries, Ron- nie Brand, Elmer Edman, Daryllc Conrad. Row 2: klarlene liinlund, Ruth Chilelli, Kathy johnson, ,lean- nette Brandt, Patsy NVaring, Carol Axtell, Diane DeBoer, Joyce Axtell. Row 3: Peggy Altavilla, hlary De- Lorier, Linus Clark, Ronald Berg, Robert Bothwell, Bill Birkenfeld, Linda Dc-Gruccio. Row 4: Judy Earnest, Dzintra Briedis, Larry Fish- er, Alan Zander, Phill Cargill, Ern- est Coluzzihloseph Duszka, Nlarliene Boer, Carole Arends. English II, Period 7 Mr. Bean Row 1: lX'Iary Bullard, Charles Wiaterman, Dave Guild, Ken Caroli, Helen Harperhlamie Balhouse. Row 2: Pam Mumford, Ellen lWeCon- naughay, Carol lX'Iatras, Gail Dunk- er, Susan Foster, Ann Haser, Doug- las McCarroll. Row 3: Joy Feaser, Nancy Tenicki, Dolores Boone, Faith Flanders, Deanna Zipse, joan Me- lV1illan,,Iudy David, Donna Schmalz. Row 4: Carole X'Yagner, Dave Schaap, lklary Salisbury, Barbara Strosinski, Doris Fray, Bill Johnsen, Nancy Wfintcrs, Kay Norrgran, hlarsha lN1eNair. English II, Period 5 Miss Berth Row 1: Dorothy Smith, James Schuldt, Rickey Rodell, Lee Rader, Charles Stanhope, Ed Briggs. Row 2: Douglas Van Der Aa, David Slager, Gaye Burke, Maureen Mai'- shall, Priscilla Leach, Chcron Siins, Nancy l'Yalter. Row 3: Swanette Deinema, Janice Munson, Nancy Rodgers, Sally Conterio, Eleanor Redman, Barbara Scholl, Catherine hlurray. Row 4: Ken Kaufman, Leonard Rahn, lflroy lvlesmer, Herb Potts, Richard Corey, Gloria Schultz. JoAnn Ziegler. Lynn Neilsson. 235 folvbomoffef English II, Period 7 Miss Berth Row 1: Celia Boskovich, Madelaine Aubcrt, Edward Miller, Don Voss, Bruce VVclls, Victor Boyer, Robert Kopilash. Row 2: Peggy Bailey, Gloria Fuglsang, Shirley lvlcyer, Carolyn Wlheeler, Harold Chiattello, Melvin Wfilkens, Sherry Ciszar. Row 3: Alice Arteaga, lValter Ankarlo, Bob Gannon, Pat Lucas, Nancy Cleek, Donna Hewitt, Nancy Camp- bell, Tom Cioni. English II, Period 4 Miss Craig Row 1: Sharon Prince, Evelyn George, Phillip Miller, Tom Warnol, Rand Ohlsen, Susan Frederick, Paul Wlandcrscc. Row 2: Patricia Nor- ton, Barbara Taylor, Margaret Wlheeler, Ed Smith, Donna VVood, Nancy Kummer, Karenjamie. Row 3: Anthony Madajczyk, Bob Folt- man, Larry Hatch, James Forsythe, Arthur Latour, Carolyn James, Shir- ley Gruchrnal. Row 4: Barbara Maroc, Nancy Mceter, Cynthia Mc- Lean, Sandy Tonks, Elaine Kolenda, Carole Morosini, Charlotte Kolberg, Marianne Moreau, ,Iudith lwlaysak, Norenc Galovich. English II, Period 7 Miss Craig Row 1: Chuck Blouin, Thomas Cremonesi, Gary Newcomer, jim Knox, George Prater, john Cermak, Jack Magnabosco. Row 2: ,jim Blank, Rich Carroll, John Kenny, ,Iohn Holata, Allen Born, Eddie De Vries. Row 3: Carol O,Brien, NVaync Kendall, Wlilliam Seabergh, john Quade, Dennis Korturn, Bar- bara Cacclli. Row 4: Dave l'Vise, Don Drier, Harry Schneider, VVayne Anderson, Bob Demkowicz, Dave Cole, Frank Kuiken, Tom Fike. English II, Period 3 Mrs, Vllatts Row 1: Donna Driscoll,,jim Rossow, Donald Nagler, Richard Fritsche, Richard Brciner, Arthur Obrut. Row 2: Carole lValker, Darlene l'Vatson, Connie W'isniewski, Anita Spear, Nancy Girard, Sandy Placck. Row 3: Sandra Thornton, Stcve Garza, Dave Garner, John XVitvoet, Evelyn Koster, Barbara Barcas. Row 4: XVilliarn Surchik, Bernard Kiefer, Larry Haak, Sam Baker, Bill Zicnty, Tom Verone, Claude Slagcr. 236 fblbbomoref English II, Period 5 Miss Lewis Row 1: Anselm La Pat, Joyce Schroedenjean Luksis, Bob vlansma, Robert Sipe, Gerald Lundin, Jim Freehurn. Row 2: Gay Klomp- maker, Lynn livers, Patricia Mc- Cauley, Lark Cline, Diana Lester, Cheryl Rumbold, Cindy Ballard. Row 3: Ulivia Shutter, Gale hloore, Sharon Somers, Diana Staat, ,Ioan Wlognum, Nancy Lentz, Vivian Stray, Kathy Kallem, Nancy iVil- son. English II, Period 8 Miss Lewis Row 1: Alice lsenberg, Pat Hed- lurid, Roy Bergold, Philip Cothroll, Sharon Heffernan, Sharon Coffey. Row 2: Sandra Holem, Glenda Hartman, Shirley Graves, Charles Cacelli. Row 3: Sharon Shelton, ,Io Anna Cantrell, John Katzherger, Norman Paarloerq, lvlarlene Arnpt- meyer, Priscilla Jones. Row 4: Pat Ellis, Patricia Christ, George Har- rison, Lynn De Young, Tom Kelly, Sandy Pepper, Patricia lNflcGee. English II, Period 8 Miss Peirce Row 1: Judi Sluis, Alice Hoekstra, Terry Tinich, William Zimmerman, Dave Bednar, Joe VVa1'd. Row 2: Randi Stark, Sandra VanDommelen, Dianne King, Cheryl Trudgian, Di- ane Nlclvlahon. Row 3: Barbara lylark, lllaine Fisher, Pamela Shortz, Norah Yaek, Donna Voss. Row 4: Sherry Kraft, Janet Kooyenga, An- drea Servis, Carol Veenstra, Nancy Pike, Paulette Schmiedl, Janice Kleinfelder. En lish II g Period Q Miss Ross Row 1: Marilyn VVells, Denise Dool- ey, Ronald DcVallec, John W'og- num. Row 2: Patty Davis, Barbara Eriks, Louis Placek, Donna Watson, Claudia Partner, Ruby Neier. Row 3: Larry Seles, Bob Stoneciphcr, lidward Karwacki, Thomas Holmcr, Robert Deinema, Jerry Beilfuss, 237 folzvbomoffef English II, Period 6 Mrs. Ward Row 1: Rosetta Shadowens, Henry Dr-Valk, Ken Coleman, Nicholas Beller, Michael Pokrajac, Kathy O'Connor, Richard Grady. Row 2: Beverly Stewart, Richard Bean, George lXfIcCauley, lvlel Cowser, Ronald Lundstrom, Bob Novak, Dennis Lilligan. Row 3: Alfred Rossi, Bill Haak, Pamela Misner, Marjorie Jacobs, Bonnie Hering, Cherie Scherzinger, Carol Parejko, Doug Kehoe. Row 4: john Kavis, Les Vandenberg, Fred Perz, Larry Olsen, Jim Kruse, Bernard Lester, Ron Mikus, George Price, Bruce Gephart. FV65hW6W English I, Period 7 Mrs. Ward Row 1: Maxine Olson, Barbara Mt-ans, Bob Paarlberg, Arn lN4cIl- quharn, George lvlenard, Tom Nel- son. Row 2: Carol Plante, Berna- cline Olietti, Raymond Lovison, Robert Dicpen, Claudia Tabernaeki, Dennis O'Connor. Row 3: Jerry lWcLean, Phyllis Short, Cherlyn Schultz, Sheri Nelson, Tony Al- varado, Nancy Raehuna. Row 4: Pain Toepfer, Kathy Tanner, jim Livingstone, Donald Peterson, Jean- ette Rainford, XYil1na Scheffers, Lin- da Olson. English I, Period 2 Mrs. Callan Row 1: Jeanene Stoeger, Carl Dahl- berg, Virginia Kelleher, John Diehl, Diana Zirkle, Gert Barker. Row 2: Tom Zuhlke, Diane Rzab, Barbara Knight, Diane Piekarski, Thomas Milianta. Row 3: Dorothy Stephen- son, Maxine Ellison, Rose Salamone, jim Scanlon, Barbara Glogowski, jerry Baron, Linda Brandon. Row 4: Katharin Stikas, Dianna Wlil- liams, Bob Cheever, james Lee, Bob Harrison, Paul Smith, Janice Babi- arz. English I, Period 3 Mrs. Callan Row 1: Sandra Rothgeb, Joyce An- derson, jean Sizer, Dale Litcher, john Decker, Charles Clarista. Row 2: Steve Seliga, Jean Linz, Nancy Miilkins, Ronald Shuler, Ronnie Dieck, Martlia Cent, lNIarilyn lN4ey- er. Row 3: Nancy Anderson, Pris- cilla Albrecht, Linda Ping, Lawrence Balducci, james Bachman, Sandy johnson, Carol Lynch, Gayle Con- ant. Row 4: Diana Hill, David lxlayheld, Delores Krol, Lauren Noetzel, Barbara Garczynski, Mary O,Brien, Cynthia Shilling, Raymond Heintz. 238 Frerbmen English I, Period 3 Mrs. Eberhardt Row 1: Freddie Robinson, Glenlyn Schruby, Randy Carlson, Larry Graves, Billy Haddon, Bruce Nichol- son. Row 2: Frances Gengo, Tom Naszkiewicz, Frank Chiappa, John Bratcher, Charles lvfarlette, Nfary Gifford, Florence Kinsey. Row 3: Betty Porter, Eugene Stevens, Wlil- liam lVilson, Ivloses Wfalker. Curtis White, George Crisman, Lindsay Neal, Mary Panozzo. I Fmkmm 0l!50 mowed by claire! I Although this year's freshman class was com- posed of both Thornton and Thornridge students. only one set of officers was elected to represent the separated classes. ln order that candidates' scholastic records might he checked, elections were-n't held until the second semester. Unlike the upper classes, freshmen have no senate. Under the guidance of its counsellor, the class was able to enter a float in the Homecoming Parade. Another activity was co-sponsorship with the sophomore class of the annual Frosh-Soph Party held late in the school year. Fmbmen English I, Period 7 Mrs. Eberhardt Row 1: Lee Horton, Wfendell Tay- lor, Donnie Boylan, David Rollins, Dale Smith, Robert Wfojtanowski. lValter Sanders. Row 2: Zoe Ket- sios, Robert Graves, Richard Bur- rell, Cheryl Baker, Beverly Haynes, Dcmerise Mathews, Norris Fields. Row 3: George Van Der Heiden, James Walsh, Thomas Miteliell, jean De Young, Gary Brown. Row 4: Carl Davis, Robert Srnedlcy, Donald Brewer, Jim Wfilkerson, Edwin Brown, John Deal, Samuel Woods, XVil1iam Reed. 239 Freshman Class Officers--Row 1: Sue Ann Basye, secre- tary: Sandy Short CTRL lst vice-president: Susan Duyer, treasurer, Homer Thomas, president. Row 2: Candy Loring QTRJ, asst. secretary, Gary Koester, 2nd vice- president, Glen Gouwens CTRJ, asst. treasurer. Frefbmeffz English I, Period 6 Mrs. Godwin Row 1: James Gillmore, James Til- ton, Darryl Stiegman, Joan Sher- man, Wfayne Johnson. Row 2: Tim Frazek, Craig Anderson, Robert Parker, Carolyn Halagiere, Irene Herron, Bill Blackstone, Ron Batty. Row 3: Joyce Ustian, Barbara Ma- tuska, Marianne Christiaanse, Ellen Ketterson, Sylvia Karlson, James Forbes. Row 4: Diane Glogowski, Leroy Stahr, Carol Hemmerling, Gene Liss, Richard Patten, Daniel Smith, Betty Mikfls, Pat Norris. English I, Period 8 Mrs. Godwin Row 1: Kathleen Rooney, Donelle Diggle,Joseph W'awro, Jerry McCor- mick, Claude Baker, Chuck Vander- bok. Row 2: Laura Manasek, Pa- tricia XVynn, George Doll, Karen Meister. Row 3: Wfilliam Nlonroe, Ray Liston, Fred Harris, Sharon Borgarding. Row 4: Beverly Stew- art, Floyd Finchurn, lVarren VVhite, Sandra Steib, Sanda Sehwartzkopf. Velvie Kyle, Pat Wood. English I, Period 5 Miss Howe Row 1: Jollllyn Dekker, George Gault, Edwin Berry, Jim McNulty, Jane McGeath, Lucille Anderson. Row 2: Pamela lingh, Lynn Perl- man, Patti Casey, Ronald Czupek, Richard Graves! Julia hIcCullar, Robert Riley. Row 3: Alex Traina, Bill Goodrich, Hazelene Kellock, Margie Redrnore, Margaret Payne, Shirley Mathews, Bud Letke, Arnold Grzybowski. Row 4: Lee Anderson, Diane Lee, Paula Eytcheson, Tom Vallow, Kenneth Schlaudraff, Jerry Simmons, Steve Kelsey, Jim Saplis, Fred Brim. English I, Period 6 Miss Howe Row 1: Gerald Grippando, Jerrold Drenner, Alan Sehutz, Hank Robin- son, Joe Celebueki, Barney Eilers. Row 2: Joe Miehalesko, Lloyd Clark, Pat Kuranda, Penny Dudeek,Joanne Clemons, Gail Bishop, Tom Davis. Row 3: liraina Burke, hlary Griffin, Aldus Gladney, Ken Lewandowski, Joyce Goebel, Chinta Taylor. Row 4: Ursula Kowalczyk, Lynn Jones, Carl Sorensen, John Love, Leonard Lc-Claire, Helen Leaks, Gloria Irby. 240 Freybmen English I, Period 6 Mr. Nattsas Row 1: Jack Xkiatkins, Edward Dunne, Ted Lemacki, Bob Piel, lYil- liam Swoger, David Blake. Row 2: Carol Graves, Andrew Ewan, hiikc Studcnroth, Emma Salerno, lN1arie Guerrero. Row 3: Bob Klenk, David Smock, Neil Sorensen, Percy Duckworth. N'N'ayne Knee-land, X'Val- ter Parton, Bonnie Kingman. Row 4: Donna Sutton, Judith NlcClure, Cheryl Mack, lylartin Ruskc, Robert Hemmerling, Marcus Richardson, Roberta Poole, Linda Clayton. Karen Gruhlke. English I, Period 3 Mr. Nattsas Row 1: Charles Christian, Charles Halbert, David Crisrnan, Ted Kali- nowski, Reginald Lovison. Row 2: John Maisura, Earl Smith, Ronald Struzik, John Pushala, Jack Steven- son, Keith Carlson. Row 3: Sandra Deinema, Judith Dekens, Rosie Bur- nett, Graham Hacker, Marian Heath, lNIaryanne lNfICKeska. Row 4: Rebbeca Paris, Karen Liss, James VariEek, Joyce Nelson, Armeatha XVebster, Judy Leonards. English I, Period 5 Mr. Ohlert Row 1: Voni Parzygnot, Kenneth Duggar, Bill Sliepka, Jack Vest, James Harris, Judy Tomal. Row 2: Gary Jordan, Clardystine Smith, Sharon Bernas, Harriett XVatson, Tony Kernagis, Don Coleman. Row 3: Michael Van Milligan, Russell lNIiller, Sonny London, James Minogue, Dan Masterson, Robert Bladon. Row 4: Judy Turek, Vir- ginia Dempsey, Sandra Rhodes. Doris Hambric, Anita hiyszkiewicz, Betty Sela, Dolores Allen. English I, Period 7 Mr. Ohlert Row 1: Jolm lyCJI'21Zl0, Roberta Fritz, lYarren Slivglnzin, 'l'om Jones, Tom Lurzis. Lynne Ferguson. Row 2: llvelyn Ordonez, Bonnie Barn- hill, Bt-vc-rly Kielanowiez, Alice Forr- ster, Roland Schmidt. Bob Hall- mann. Row 3: Donna Gunn, Jae- qucline Mershon. Emerson XN'oodcn, Albert lfeklund, Roger lN'Iiller.James Rowe. Row 4: Nlarie Petruszak, Connie Licstman, Kenneth Brody Duncan Grinstead, Barbara Nlartin. Alice Pruitt, Niarsha Payne. 241 FVKSBWKW English I, Period 1 Mr. Petrdil Row 1: Lynn Lindstrom, Gary Koester, Don Gustavson, Donald Jurewicz, Kathy Kohl, Rosemarie La Banca. Row 2: Phyllis Landry, John Godwin, Homer Thomas, Rob- iert Taylor, James Loy, Robert Jones, Ted Saternus, Margo Belt, Pat Wein- stock. Row 3: Susan Street, Barbara Kreger, Carolyn Grotenhuis, Judy Barker, Jean Edelhofer, Jim With- tfott, Gil Wlagoncr, Eugene Cherry. Row 4: Christine Mrozek, Carol Marnie, Kenneth McMillan, Rus- sell Peterson, Don Masterson, Jim Lynn, Susan Gronholm, Don Lan- genbcrg, Gene Gall. English I, Period 2 Mr. Petrdil Row 1: Gloria Eekstrom, Carol Bardo, Mfitehell Sullivan, Edwin Hlavatovieh, Ken Rosolowski, Judi i'Vagner. Row 2: Delores Walker, Nancy lkiohr, XValter Kellogg, John Proper, Gail Baumgartner, Annette Sutkowski. Row 3: Ann Fyler, Glennis XValston, Ellen Ribando, Sandra Lasdo, Nancy DeYoung, Sue Sachs, Vera Foulks. Row 4: hlarilyn Phillips, Claude Steele, Eugene Vinyard, Richard MeCorry, Don lX4illsap, James Babiarz, Ron Nl ulder. English I, Period 4 Mr. Petrdil Row 1: Kathy Ethridge, Veronica Jones, Bill Kamphcnkel, Douglas Holloway, Jeanette Stoeger, Gordon Zemke. Row 2: Wlallaec Rials, Richard Griflin, Susan Dwyer, Mary Davis, Maureen Jessen, Lynn Bar- ron. Row 3: Elaine Putman, Esther Biullins, Marie Flournoy, Marilyn Henshaw, Judy Saylor, Crystal VVolf. Row 4: Allan Johnson, Rich Liver- more, Thomas Hawryszko, Ron Tesar, Eddie Grzybowski, John Ip- pel, Susan Talaga. English I, Period 3 Mr. Pick Row 1: Edward Nelson, Vernell XN'hite, Charles Stanfield, Harry Fabie, Bill Beauchamp, Ronald Paeyga. Row 2: Jeflery Mudore, Donald DeYoung, Carole Corcoran, Susan Nlason, Billie Barker, Diane hiazurek, Terry Larsen, Movelle De Skeete, Row 3: Ruth Wfatson, Bill Xiojtanowski, Ralph Gault, Allen Williams, Bill Barnhill, Ed- ward Adams, Ralph Sadzewicz. Row 4: Jacqueline Stewart, Sheila Woods, Richard Van Dam, Bobbie Brown, Raymond Throw, Carol Hein, Bren- da Hopman, Karen McKibben, Dor- othy Herron, Crystial Rockett. 242 Fffefbmen English I, Period 6 Mr. Pick Row 1: Shirley Taylor, Linda Miteli- ell, Edward Rogers, Calvin Newton, Kathy Starzyk, Doug Shearer. Row 2: Robert Reill, lWarilyn Bridewell, ,joan La Rue, Mary James. Thomas Manzi, Diane Altringer, Fay janko. Row 3: Bonnie Clutter, Sylvia Biel- enin, Judith Sorensen, Randy Cop- poek, Sue Painter, Dorothy Hill, Susan Genovese, Betty Fanelli. English I, Period 6 Miss Poole Row 1: Harold Nlislieh, Tim Vallow, Paul Congo, Thomas XfVebster, Bob- by Manee, Ernest Thigpen. Row 2: john Black, Olga Olivares, Ger- aldine Stewart, Sheryl Corcoran, Franklin Harris, Edward XVhite, Paul Potoski. Row 3: Norrie Gor- don, Alveira Lopez. Etoye Curtis, Anitailaekson, Ronald Arlen, Earn- est Cole. Row 4: Charles Shelton, James Tucker, -Iohn Nloore, Blelvin Tellis, Daniel Sorensen. Andrew Hill, Harold Nlansmith, Roeer Wil- lcv. English I, Period 7 Miss Poole Row 1: hlary Bates, Bob Kosmala Julius hlartin, Rich Fitzpatrick, Bar- bara XVright, Barbara Der:-ss. Row 2: Bernard Williains, Dorothy Szeze- lina, Verdina Bowers, Shirley Car- rano, Niargurrite Jarrett. Row 3: Karen Caldwell, Robert Caproni, jerry Roberts, Anthony Salters. Fred Duerr, Darlene Belmore. Row 4: Lorraine Klarinewitz. Gary Boston, lvledlen Brooks, James Dagger, Jan Bruggernan, Jerry Ruff, John Ortyl. English II, Period 1 Mrs, Rivere Row 1: Sherry DCXYl'll'S, lN'illiarn Atkins, Harold Phillipshloe lYarnell, Terry Dal Cason, lNfIargaret Dow. Row 2: Dean Homer, Donna Tor- renee, .Ianice Kavis, Sophie Vada, Beverly Corcoran, Donna Trombini, Charles Gaines. Row 3: Dianne Liptok, Ma1'y Buckner, Sharon Hue- gel, Bette Sumega, Barbara Nlalvin, Barbara Johnson, Donna Boulden. Row 4: Sandra Hessling. Nlorris johnson, Bob Turek, Loren Walling, Art Studenroth, Tom Schmall. Anne Millard, Fred Aprati. 243 X x li : my 'EQ W is 1 1 51 mg. i 3-53:1 WL, 5 I H Q ,,, ,i .., , .., M, X 5 . . . , r.,r , . ..,-we .M f -fs V' ,i t k wt . If K k ,Qfr V M 's ,,., ',,, 2,6 S- sg W lx Q ,gat I M -gt? li t N S 4 gift f FVEJEWEW English I, Period 2 Mrs. Riveie Row 1: Donald Barker, Margaret Dodson, john Olsen, Carl Nolting, Edward Jeske, Harold Booinsma. Row 2: Carolyn Raylord, Ailine Mason, Sue Whsilkoll, Lillie Pear- son, Alan Clements, Oscar Portin, janet Oryhon. Row 3: Carol Van Offclen, David Roy, Patrick Smolen, Barry Goldman, David Kelderhouse, jim LeP0re. Row 4: Elizabeth Bice, Delorris Lee, Eleanor Drysdale, Sher- reldene Herring, Maureen Orcutt, Gennett Gordon, Scheryl Porter, Paulette Flowers, English I, Period 2 Miss Russell Row 1: Bill Vandal, Patrick Burton Ronald King, Peter Lunde, jack Waterman, Terry Ahels. Row 2: Barbara Mech, Marcia Cabalaklanet Duley, jim Metro, Keith Anderson, Wfilliam Norby, James Rogers. Row 3: joan Larson, Carole Ahrens, Carole Wfrobel, Glenn Heitmann, Larry Gile, Terry Matthies, Steve l'Vhitlock, Linda Hawkins, Judith Maier. Row 4: Janean Buekinaster, Patricia Flood, Geraldine Evers, Philip Jarosz, Nick Radice, Timothy Osterlund, Bonnie Steder, Elaine Burton, Susan Nelson. English I, Period 4 Nliss Russell Row 1: Marilyn lValenga, Herbert Cooper, joseph Howard, jim Swia- tek, Gail Kleckner, Marjorie Otten, Florence Rogers. Row 2: Wilfred Charlton, John Kossak. Terry Ship- per, Thomas Brotan, Arvin Brazier, John Spindler, Sherrill Long. Row 3: Olga Luzar, Nladeline Harn- monds, Gaile Biggers, Barbara Beck, Bert Fonts, Judy Veld. Row 4: Samuel Ross, Bill Redinore, Jim Wfithey, Debbie lNIize, Terry Pet- row, l.arne Zandc-rs, John Brazley, John Bane. English I, Period 6 lNIrs. Swanberg Row 1: Nancy Nagin, David Kolton, Robert Czarniecki, Roger Johnson, Ronnie Anderson. Susan Stockman. Row 2: Ellen Hoggard, Nlarian Kie- pura, Sharon Kern. Sue Langhoff, -Indy Eaden, Art Hillman, Ronald Henning. Row 3: XIike Counte, Robert Reeves, Chuck Hedke, Tom Redvay, Linda Larson, Jane Lowe, Row 4: liinda Munson, Sandra Van lianingham, Howard Hninbles, lie- Roy Borst, Bill Pawlak. Wlalter Liszka, Janet Parsley, Cheri Britta- foco. 244 Hfffkmen English I, Period 8 Mrs. Swanberg Row 1: Nlarie Parker, Lleraldin Clore, Donald Markus, Ronald Staples, -Iohn Brandt, john Payne. Row 2: Lauren XVinebrenner, Stella Iwinski, Ray Czupek, Richard Wlas- so, Tony Fulrner, Ginger Barus. Row 3: Diana Cohoon, Joseph Lee, ,lim Rains, Larry Gasik, Mike Cox, Nlark Saari, Gayle Grant, Robert Gavin. English I, Period 6 Miss Szymanski Row 1: Dee Kruse, Betty Kirklin, Eugene Baringer, Niike Craig, Paul VVarnaar, Constance Moore. Row 2: Diane Pikorz, Charles Johnson, Hobert lN1iller,sIohn Blackstone, Bob johnson. David Urban. Row 3: Gary Preis, Carl Smithhlohn Powers, Julie Clodfelter.,IoAnn Sebock. Row 4: Gary Briddick, Verdie Farmer, Darlera Lyle, Wlalter Kowalczyk, Ruth Parkes. Nancy Groff, Alice Lambert, Louise Coburn. English I, Period 7 Miss Szymanski Row 1: john l'X7itvoet, Gary Al- dridge, Mike Steger, james Cor- ridan. joseph Ryktarezyk, Donald Yzbick. Row 2: Gerald VanDrun- en, Clarence Simmons, George Bab- ich, Donald Reiland, Bill lVard. Row 3: Diane Krol, Linda Pope, Alta Fonts, Judith Gilbert, Bernice Szkaradek, Diane Brundidge. Row 4: Donald Van Der Hciden, Mack Towry. hliehael Cooley, Eugene MCL11ekie, Sylvia Wleaver, Joseph VVhitney, Franklin Charles, Richard XN'illey. English I, Period 7 Mr. Umbaugh Row 1: Janice Schnuckel, Arlene Massick, Carol Thurman, Paula lxlartch, Deanna Hogcveen, Nlelanie Garmong. Row 2: Melodyc Kirk, Ianet Johnson, Cherie, Sagala, lVv'a ne Turner Bill Costello, Sue V . , . Basye, Linda Sopko. Row 3: Lora McKinney, Charlene Corrie, Ruby Cornwall, Sue Glover, Susan Rauen, IoAnn Bargiel, janet Anderson, ,Ioan lN7ielgoreeki. Row 4: Michael iVil- kinson. Linda Munro, Bob Labuda, Gary Miehor. Robert Szlaius, Bill Doster. Christine Rosolowski, Kath- leen Dc-any. 245 Frefbmm English I, Period 2 Mr. Bean Row 1: Harold Amelung, Hubert Flisyn, Tommy Erickson, Henry Pisarzewski, Fred Johnson, Mark Kiel. Row 2: Nancy Kelly, Cindy Nichols, Marjorie Hollis, Terry For- brich, John Hoese, Roseann Pachol- ski, Linda Dickerson. Row 3: Jane Clark, Joyce Glowacki, lklarilyn Hoekstra, Carol Cleghorn, Richard Drolen, Ken Foster, Dan Hinkle. Row 4: Jo-Ellen Hankey, Jim Frost. Steve Paeholski, Linda Kiekert, John Gritters, Thomas Talmage, Ivlarty O'Neil!. English I, Period 5 Mr. Beau Row 1: Janice DeYoung, Linda Sobhe, Jay XVyma, Gerald Ketelaar, lvlichael Brown, Nlary Thornhill. Row 2: Leonard Alfano, Bernard Kastory, Fred Heise, Ma1'y Sullivan, Linda DeBoer, Kathy Kwaiter. Row 3: Carolyn Pond, Jane Rinkema, Elizabeth Streightif, Dave Decker, John Leinweber, Joe Tavarczky. Jacqueline Brown, Geraldine Ursitti. English I, Period 3 Miss Berth Row 1: Richard Coyle, Ma1'ia11n Kennedy, Carol Peat, Arthur Bork, Samuel Smith, Joe Plecas, Harry Nolan. Row 2: Karen Deinema, Randy Bridgeman, Calvin Rybolt, Micaela Cortez, Catherine Perry- man, Dale Garner. Row 3: Cheryl Switzer, Judy Paul, Jeanne Holata, Charlotte Braswell, Kenneth Peter- son, Jack XVard. Row 4: Karen Parke, Nlerrie Hines, Carolyn Bish- ton, Bob Gray, Gary Campbell, Ralph Diekelman, John Hutter, Larry Brendle. English I, Period 4 Miss Berth Row 1: Dianne Thompson, Laura Mille1', Randall Boonstra, Stephen Johnson, John Krmpotic, Richard Arcus. Row 2: Bob Berger, Becky Bothwell, Fannie Antone, Joan Mur- phy, Richard Benson, John Benson. Row 3: Georgia Busch, Rosemary Grimes, Pat Gall, Sonna Parks, Marie Gowan, James Pendleton. Row 4: Ronald Frank, lLugeneJohn- ston, Ruth Hildreth, Richard Schmidt, Nicholas Way, John Monyko, John Bruggeman. 246 Fffeykmen English I, Period 2 Miss Lewis Row 1: Judy Newenhouse, Carol Scholten, Lloyd Lawhorn, George Pappas, james Byrne, Bob Singley. Row 2: Dolores Scribner, Ollie Perry, Ruth Olthofl, Shirley Pekoz, Sharon Carlin, Charlene Sears. Row 3: Becky Speyer, Tom Simnick, Susan Wlasik, Gayle Raasch, Betty Kloppenburg, Bob Wlitvoet. Carole DeYoung, Betty Karwatka. English I, Period 3 Miss Lewis Row 1: Bonnie Schaefer, Kathie Servishlack Braschler, Sandra Short, Lynda XN'escott, Karen X'Vesley. Row 2: Dave Porter, Laurel Dieke, Char- lotte Gulich, Arlene Rosen, Georgia Sellers, Dale XVheeler. Row 3: Nlichael Davis, Danny Van Dorn- melen, Jim Santefort, Barry Doss, Gloria Wlilkens. Row 4: Katherine Salerno, ,Ioan Prince, john XfVishner, Danny Gilmore, Kenneth Goodrie, Bob Jones, Andrea Tawlks. English I, Period 5 Mr. McCabe Row 1: Carolyn Percy, Richard Watkins, Roger Brassfield, ,Iini Lewis, Palmer Acheson, Betty Van- der Bilt. Row 2: Thomas Stulga, ,lim Hctzer, Ritzie Baelick, Pat johnson, Gib Blank, Phyllis DeMick, Carol Lotz, Row 3: Ellen Heuring, Laurel McDill, Cheryl,IaBaay, Nan- cy Nelson, Donna Callahan, Eileen johnson. Row 4: Ted Stram, David Nowicki, Bill Henricks, Raymond Ferry, james jahaay, Daniel No- wieki, Nancy Jensen, Carol Gnacle. English I, Period 7 Mr. McCabe Row 1: Jim Etchison, Tom Mraz, John VVehling, Charles Jaynes, Bob Krga, Rodney Miller. Row 2: Frances Payne, Carl Johnson, Terry Henderson, Robert Schultz, Julie Schmidt, Gail Wloods. Row 3: Nancy Hall, Nancy Grizzell, Kathy Hall, Pat Plecas, Sharon Batek. Row 4: Grace Simnick, Glenn Vander Steeg, jesse Filipovich, Dennis Diek- elman, Donald Lenkszus, Gary Frehse, Ted Koch, Linda Stockus, 247 FV65bW16l1 English I, Period 4 Miss Ross Row 1: Susan Buczek, Paula Dalle, Karen Bovard, Lewis Michael, Gwendolyn Beech, Carole Demay, Darrell Carpenter. Row 2: Linda Parejko, Bobbi Bordncr, Gail Gil- ligan, Carol Herman, Janice Gouw- ens, Peter Byvoets, Alan Johnson. Row 3: Russell Pals, Leslee Bock, Joanne Tondryk, Candy Loring, Cheryl Feges, Pat Fleming, Georgi- ena Boyer. Row 4: Margaret Mackay, Sharon Deincma, Charlene Hendrickson, Charlene Benett, Tod Booth, Glenn Gouwens, Janet Mc- Laughlin, Carol Geib. English I, Period 7 Miss Ross Row 1: Ann Niaslanka, Jeanne DeYoung, Bob Kostanski, Peter Den Hartog, Ken Smith, Lawrence De Roos, Richard Ryan. Row 2: Mari- lyn Vroegh, Kathryn Xkiarnol, Pat Stooksbury, Patrick Dougherty, Irv- ing Kunz, Chris King, Bill Pepper, Jeffrey W'agner. Row 3: Ruth Johnson, Darlene Eastland, Dianna Brzykcy, Gwenn Dacus, Jean Johan- sen, Connie Den Besten, Betty Kocsis, Mary YVisinski. Row 4: Joan Johnson, Carl Esler, Clifford Rott- man, Myron XVard, Sherry De Young, Bob Conner, Lori Gordon, John De Jong, Ernest Madison. English I, Period 1 Mrs. Ward Row 1: Raymond Sundberg, Sherry Koehler, Arthur O,Keefe. Greg Nel- sen, Mike Goddard, Henry Ampt- meyer. Row 2: Sharon Allison, Mike Nichols, Bill Lennox, Dennis Czarneeki, John Ashburn. James McBay, Niarge Salzer. Row 3: Joseph DalSanto, Bonnie Baum- gartel, Dennis Rollins, Armand Ar- tuso, Karleen Lange, Diedra Mikias, Nancy Shedwill, LaVern O'Neili. Row 4: Arleen Sparger, Rich Bud- nick, Bobbie Aters, Billy Potts, San- dra Shadowens, Leslie Andersen, Nancy Tracy, Jane Bult. Chris Pisarzewski. English I, Period 3 Mrs. Ward Row 1: Cheryl Wiright, James Lag- estee, Tommy Vranesh, Albert Voss, Joseph VVysmierski, Janice VVeeden. Row 2: Richard Santefort, Claude Ncier, Dale Thompson, Peter Wleg- ner, Sheila Schauer, Agnes Swets. Row 3: Sharon Vanderschoot, P tricia Triemstra, David Van Dom- melen, Anita Tawlks, Angie Vla- hakes. Row 4: James Seherbarth, Ted Shapas, Paul Tamminga, Mark Schneider, lN4ark Vander YVall. Tom O,Connor, Arthur Swanson. 248 3- T0 QW Adofefflziefff Whoa? befp 74461065 llrzi book 100551616 . OW Aploffefzbzlzbn Tha 1960 Tkoffnlomfe ffdj . . . J , Index of AJVKVIZIZWCQ -Aff fE, Fi Joe's Triangle Service Stn. 278 Reliable Springs . . . 295 Ackerman's ..... 269 Eagle Store ..,.,... , . ,310 John's Market ....,,..... 273 Richards Lumber . . 299 Acme Steel ........ 309 Ed-Lynn Motors. . . . . .300 Jol1n's Pizza ...,...,..... 303 H0eter's Cartage . . . 307 Alderman Drugs .,.. 250 Evers Flooring ...,.. . . .313 Johnson Drugs . ....,..,. 252 Rogers Jewelers , . . 264 Allis Chalmers. . . 315 lst Nat. Bk., 13.1 ..,.,. . , .254 Jonita's Apparel ....... .274 Rogers Printing . . . . 328 Artese Pizza ..... 321 lst. II2IlaL. gk., Dolton ..,.. 204 Junior Red Cross QTTHSJ 301 lI3l1lI1IITiil'il14Il10 .... . lst. at. k., Harvey ,.... 316 u . . rt iur ...... - WB Y lst. Trust, Riverdale ,.,... 310 K II IDIIII 276 S I ,I f -35 - 2 I 1 I 2 3 ...... v I I W S I I Bachmarfn """' 202 """' Key Club Cleaners ........ 261 Salinas Drugs . . . 300 Bakerxc' A "--- ------ 3 21 Friskl. Jmielerg ' A ' A ' A-968 Kinney-Hood Printing .... 283 Seott Store . , , . . 258 B?'d1"!fk AgE""5j '-"-f--- ?Z1 1 1 """ "" K.I.P. q'r'rHsp ...,l.,,. 304 Sibley Lumber .......,.., 314 Bdsm S Jf2i'01fF. --'- . 4-4-- 204 DG Lettc-rmen's Club rT'rHsm 265 Sibley TV ..........,.... 324 BCD Franklyn fRlVOr5'dQJ7 -261 4 -h. C , ,. 303 liili-Ann ....,..,...,.... 253 Sims Nlotor Transport .... 283 BOD Ffilllkllnlis- HUUEUKU -292 filfmll. 'wry "'i" ' ' 'B-15 Lohse. Fred C. ..,..,,... 278 Sinclair Service ...,.. 313 B: '55 H' Radu' -"'-"4--- 269 fizrlfrpilb'l'TT'HQ5 """' Loufirt's ........... 264 Snyder Foods ...... 253 H1115 Cfmwra Show ------- 301 cw ,L 17. Sl ,. L """' 254, ,Mm South Holland Bank 300 Bllss 55 Lmlghllil -"-- 325 'ioif 0 7 mm """ ' ' ' ' - 7 Qouth Holland Service 201 , 9 Great Lakes Sr-rew. . . . . .281 Mzieander Appliafxrcvs 308 T , . ' gooksgfnnb fTTHSl """A '90 Fri en Qhin le 270 Halley Co ml dz Oil 255 SO' Nlb' Heating "" 314 0255 4121 ITTHSD --1---- 289 ' X K g ii" ' ', I ,. f 5, ., "ii'i' 7' i South Suburban Bus. 280 5536221272 M7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7 7333 41- .1 1 1 7 7 7 7 Bun Svrvicv ' ' ' "" 317 Hales K Hunter, . . . .251 Miller Marine ..... 282 QVIorlfnlfugIng'I'I' ' ' ' "H" ""' Harms Ins. ...... . , .312 Minas Dept. Store . . . . . , .308 fhxgriu "A .UQ Harvey Federal ,..., . . .305 Model Food Store .,...... 257 2 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' , . fcf I7 I7 Harvey Florist ...... . , .202 Iiiodern Barber Shop 312 2t0V:'II?,a?iWi"rC ' ' C afpicfm V1 Tllbl 7 7 7 ffl- Harvey lVIillwork ....,. ,312 lXIont,gomery ..,........, 259 ' 'mei ru 'On ' ' ' 'A " C13-PFICC lieftaiirant ...,.., 277 Harvey New Car Dlrs. . . .311 Morrison's ......... .... 2 S16 71-4 Carson' 1 'rlf'-icon -7---7- 3Qf' Harvey News Bee ..,..... 263 Murphy dz Miller ........ 299 Timm Meml 4'-4 I I I 249 CO.. i i Hurvoy gfllw 5111711117 "" gg? N 0 Thomsen Clinic ..... 291 ' 7777 --' z x .........,. " 7 1 ' H - Cliieke Ifress. , . 317 112:52-Eg. 'lfxfsne -4" I I 2513.5 Nelson Cllass ,..,. 319 Thornton ?f'?kbu?re """ Chris cv Staff 200 ' ' fn Norman Q 200 Thornton 4 menu ' ' Clams, Radio "'4"" 312 Hmvqy 3 'MI 'A' ' " 7 ' 73-l XI 'I 7.7 ""i' S327 Thornton Junior College . .285 I ,, , ............. . Hplon S --'v--v-----' I I I30, i or on s ....... .. .. T.I IUIII Ing 263 Cold Spot ,..,........ 210 , , - .- If 7 iv Olen Mortuary - - - 308 Jgnf- ' " 7 """""' '. ff , . Huidgrson, Jamie .. . . . 2.1- . , 'In fllw Bowhng vim Community Mortuary ..... 283 High,L0w .--A.AA-.v I 267 Oliver Pharmacy .... 280 Tulwl dcrvive """" 3214 53i3'nZa?iT5fii'e1-'f ' ' 7 7 7 7 7 7222 E'fEikS'ff' 77 - - 7 73273 -p, QD fi-wgiiaaii cQ,gi1i',y71-a.agi1,' 285. ' 7 P --7- -' oer, 1, . ........ .....7L 1 . 3,5 -g Homewood Savings iv Loan 267 I LChf'r.Ahhu' E93 fV, W- , , , Pauli Ax1.St5le ......... ..8- , . . --D-f Homewood lravel ...,... 290 Parkvipw Lanes 24,8 X an Drunen l'0rd ........ 291 Daelmk Jewelry. ...... 317 Hopman Svrvic-0 ...... . . .308 . ,, 5 i . 1 "" "" . ' Village Furniture ........ 270 . , Peifrrtion C-ea: ..... .,.. 2 84 , , . , , D P Y 8 S 310 alle aunt nk Hardware. , .280 . 7 ,, .7 oss eervire i tation . . . . . . D C k T II I or I Perry s Rehtaurant ....... -68 W lk I T.l I QQ., e Ioo eaaco ....... ...JQ I i . If- I I panes Slmono IIIIIIIII 269 Ia er ic. .,........ . .. . .. D03 oung 1' urmture. . . 311 Iligalls-bln-plivrd . . . . .302 r . f 1 - . - - - W asso s, ..... . . . . . . 313 . , . , I lurpli. X C'1'l1I5l...280, 281 , . De'1 oung s Drive-In. , . 206 Ivanhoe Motors . . . . . .288 Quain Realm, 256 VN ausau Lumber .. . 279 Dixie Dairy .,.,....... 323 Jalin LQ Ollicr Engrzivu 7 . .326 ' """""" Weiser? ........ 290 Dolton Bowl ........ 318 Ju.ns1na's Bakery . . . .278 RRA Western Auto . , . 300 Dolton Pet Shop. . . 314 Jewel Food Store . . . .303 R 8: V Tire , ...... 322 Whiting Corn. . . . . . 320 Dorsey Cleaners, . . 310 Joe's Music: Shop . . , . .324 Rzipliael Pharmacy . . . .279 Vliyman-Gordon Co. , . . . .302 Congratulations to the Class of 1960 l E I CO E l L D C In C . Makers Teter Watei' Heaters 13001 Indiana Avenue Phone DoL'rox, ILLINOIS Viking 0--1800 249 A Adininistrzition ....... Art lJepartn1f'nt .. B 1411- 152 .....l8.l1b B1ll1ll,..l4,9l1.98,Q9. 1 Baseball .......,. ...1 Biisketball ...... 1-1, Biology ....... . . Assts. . ,.... , Club .,..,..,,. Bookstore Assts. . . Boys Club ....,.. Boys PE ......... Building Supt. .... Business Ecliieation V I C Cl3f6!t0l'lfi Stull , , . . 00, 106 34, 135 124-127 .....33, 34 qw SQ ' 'dz' 463 ' .',73 28 164 ....3O. 31 ...,1G-1 Index 0711375117761 F lfaculty ........,. ..154, 191 lfnenilty Assorizi ion . , ,... 1:13 lfatlier-S1111 Slug .. . Flin! Day ......... ....02, 63 ,168 Football ........ 14, 112-119 Foutligliters ....... Frcslxinun Stand-up. ...,...8'3 .1G,5O,51 FI'CSllllll5Il ............ 238-248 89 Future Hoiuemzlkers Future Tezrcliers .........., S12 K G Game Ushers ....... General Science .... Girls Athletic: Assn. 1 Girls Club . . .13, 64, ,. . . . . 121 ,...24, 25 6,140,141 65, 74, 75 -Dance ..,..........,,... 60 Guls Ph, .,......... .....,.29 107 glee Clubs ..,. 59, 97, 102- rolf ...........,... Camera Club .. . ..,. 93 1 -Q U Cheerlezlders . . . ..,. 120 Efrad'EmlN'13' ' ' ' ' Chemistr ' ,.... 21 32 Glyn' ' dnl ""' ' ' ' 1y111r1ast1i's ,.... . . 5 ....... Chemistry Club . . ...,....84 Class Principals Assts. .,... 91 Color Guurcl ......... Coinmeiieemcnt ...... ..,.115 ....169 Club ......,... H ......139 .....,lfil3 .....,.5S ..11Z2, ......137 123 . Hall G uurrls ...., '3 Counselors ..... 1:10-159 ' "" ". , H . U ""' " Harvey lloofm-rs.. ..... .90 Cioss f Olllltlj .... ,..... 1 38 Homecoming' I I U V I 452-55 D I101llCllll1li1l1g. . . . Dad-Duiigliti-r ..... 17, 64. G5 , , I , Dgans ..'..-----.-V- mov 152 Ill4,fl11Sfl'1LLllAl1lC1lt10l'1 11111,a1.e 011111 ....,,....... 85 bCf'fffH1f1rS4 .4'- - - Divi-rsi5e1l O1'cup:1.t1ons .,.. 89 1m"amul'i"lS -'A'---f .T I E Junior Red Cross.. FlIl2llSl1 .......... . . ,7, 22 ' Juiuors A ..... .... . . ..7, 17, 20 .23, 30, 31 .......85 ..1-12,143 ....59, 87 .212-227 f K ly-v f'lub ,......., . . ...,..82 71 lxll' 1...., ....... 1 2, 70, lf,11'lf'O ......,. , , . L I1au:v1au1- ClO1lI1CllS. ,. ......G1 ...80, 81 Language-s ........,. 22, 26, 27 Letter111en's Club. Librury ..,......, Assts. .,...... . Lost lk 170111141 ,... Loyalty Day .,,,, M Nlziintenance St11lT "N1:u1 Who Caine t 50, 57 Matlieinutics ,.... Club ,,.. .... . 11 ny Queen Court ........l.21 ,,..6-1 oDinner," .. ..5. 21 ..., U4 ... .... G3 90 Rlerliual Arts Club... ., ,, Blusic Dept. ..., . N National llonor S IG7, 1139 Newspaper ..,..., Nurses Aides ..,. O 015130 Stalls ,,.... ,. ,..... 18 Oi-1.-ry, 166, ......78, 79 . . . . . .83 ....162,1G3 I Orcliestra .......... JG, 100, 101 P l,2l.f0l1t-'ll91ll'l1Gl' Assoc: ..... .153 Pep Club. Sessions .,......... 110, 111 Physics. . . Play Cust .......6,20 . . . .,.. 14, 56, 57 M :wagers .... Projectiunists .... . Purplettes ,... . Purple X ...... R Radio Club ...... S Scliolzirship Day. . Senior Pluy ....., Seniors .......... Social Studies .... Assts. ...... . ,.,.....8ti ....1l0,120 ,..,13,72 .....9u , ........ G7 167, 170-211 ...12, 32, 34 Club .....,............. 94 Sophoiuores .,.,,..... 228-238 Speech Correction ......... 24 Stage Crew ......., .... 6 , 15 Swiiuming ....... . . . 128-130 T T-bc nc11 ......... Tennis ..... . . . Thornridgv ....... Thorntoneers .,... Track . .... . Twirlers .... . . V Variety -bo W .... Y . W ...,138,13s1 8-11, 36-47 .....,.,101 ,...136,1:17 .......115 ...,6fi, 67 11rl'0Sil1Ilg ....... ...... 1 31-133 Y Yearbook ........ ...,..76,77 Yuutli for Christ Club ....., 90 ALDERMAN DRUGS COMPLETE DRUG NEEDS 154111 84 lvlarslwlield Harvey, lllinois +2445 A. lVl. Alderman, l2.l3l'1. M. S. Alderman, 121311. QQ 6004 ZXGLCO Tu eruice Sfafion ne-up Muflier Service 167th tl: Dixie Hwy HAZEL CREs1 Ample Free Parking l3l'1one: Ellison 'l-0058 ED 1-9609 250 MILLS: Om' C'0ngm!1zZrz!i0725 to the Class of 1960 141 VV. JACKSON BLVD. Riverdale, Illinois A12l1'Sll211l, Nlissouri Xvllllllllgllill, Delaware Lexiiigtoii, Keiitiivky C':11'te1'sville, GK11J1'g1i1 lleiitone, 111111111111 QUALITY RESULTS AT LOXV COST HALES S HU TER CCDMPAN C'IIIoAc1o, ILLINOIS sw' 44 'fn Q Co 1211211 A 11' W1 5 I Y, A Abels, Terry . . . . , Abraham, Pat .....,, .141 Acheson. Palmer. , . , . . . .. Ackerman, Jimmey. Adams, Barbara .......,. Adams, Charles. ,. Adams, David, . . ..37, 10' Adams. Don ....,....,,. Adarns, lddward .......,. Adams, liirtis .,,.... Adams, Harold. . . Adams, Jerry. . . . . 131 H133 Adams, Patsy, ....... ,... Allinito, Lori ,.....,..... Aggen, .1ohn. .71. 72. 230 Ahern, Margraret ..,. Ahern, Richard ...,.. Ahrens, Carole ..,.,. Ahrens, Dave .... 128 Ahrens, Fred ...... Ahrens, Ruth ..,,., Albrecht, Priscilla .,.. Aldridge, Gary ..... Alexander, Joan ..,, Alfano, Leonard. . . . 120. ..82, 7.1, ' 130. JJ, 244 212 247 212 171 2211 171 231 242 212 134 23.1 212 17,1 130, 212 171 244 212 212 164 238 245 227 246 Alfano. Paula ............ Allenmnd, hlrs, Joan .,..,. Allen Charles ..,...,...,. 212 154 212 Allen Dolores ...,......,. A116111 Gail 74, 78, 105, 11111, 241 171 Allen, James .......,..... 171 Allen, Joyce ....,... Allen, Judith .,.. Allen, Ralph .... Allen, Tom ....... Allgood, VVillia1n .... Allison, Doris .... .y 19 ..,.,212 232 234 212 171 171 Allison, Dorothy ,..,..... . Allison, Ernestine ..,,..,., Allison, Sharon .... ..... . . 2 -J 28 -48 Alo, Ohndo .......,.,.,., Aloert, Jim.. .71, 116, 117, Alsip, Carol ......,......, Altavillu., Niekolzxs ..... 6, 154 171 233 117, 07327394 of Personnel 125, 134.135, 171 Altavilla, Pat.54, 110, 1 1 J Altavilla. Peggy ....... 00 Altier, Pat ......, 105, 140, Altringer, Diane ......... Altringer, Peter ........... Alvarado, Tony ......,.... Ainberg, Sue .,..,..,. 140, Amelung, Harold .,...,.,. Amptmeyer, llenry .....,, Amptmeyer, Marlene ....,. Arnsden, Anne ......,..... Amsteen, Arlene ,...,.,.., Anders, J11dy ...........,. Anders, Sandy. .12,, 17, 53, 72,111,212 Anders, Saundra ........., Andersen, Leslie .......... Anderson, Albert .,....... Anderson, Craig ..,... Anderson, Don ..,....., Anderson, James. . . Anderson, Janet ....,.,. Anderson Joyce. . ..... . 139, Anderson: Keith. .98, 1222 I 212, 244 Anderson, Lee.71, 80, 102, Anderson, Lucille ....... Anderson, Melvyn ...... Anderson Naney.102, 212,- Andersonj Niles ......... Anderson, Paul ..,... Anderson, Peter.53, 72, Anderson, Robert E.. .31, 154 Anderson Ronald . 129, 212 Anderson, Vicki. . 18, 50, 100, 166, 171 Anderson, Wayne .,.. . . . Anderson, William ...... Andrews, Shirley ..... . . Ankarlo, Corinne ,...... . . Ankarlo, VValter ......... , Anker, Norma ......,,. 22 Anker, Roy ,,..... 34, 126, Anker, YV:mda ..,....,,... 171 235 171 .243 2211 238 212 246 248 237 231 230 212 70, 212 248 230 240 2211 171 245 238 137, 240 240 234 238 171 233 171 1211, , 244 911, 236 231 .154 212 236 ,212 233 171 Anoe, Richard .,,...,,, 10, Antone, Fannie ........... Appoloni, Donald ......,.. Aprati, l"re1l ..... 70. 118, 133, 135, 2311, 243 Arzikelian, Dennis.. Areher, Penny ..,.. Arrher, Susan .... Areus, Joyce ...... Areus, Richard .... Arends, Carole .... Arendt, Bernard .... 134, 142, 212 Arlen, Ronald ..,,. ,'Al'lHlJ1'llStl3I', xYilltCl' Armor, Joyce .,.... Armstroniz, G-e11'. . . Armstrong, John... Armstrong, Suzanne ...... . Arredondo, Barbara ....... Arteaga, Alice ..,. , Artuso, Armand. . . Aseltine, James. . . Ashburn, .1ohn. . . Ashby, Brenda .... Asher, Gayle ..... Ashmore, James. . . Asmussen, YVilliam. 136, 212 Aters, Bobbie .... Atkins, Bobbie, . . Atkins, W'illiam ..,. Atkinson, Art ..... Aubert, hladelaine. Aubrecht, Lynn. . . Auerbach, Roy. . . Aurand, Gail ..... Aurand, Lynda .... Avery, Charles, . . Avery, Judy .... Axtell, Carol. . . Axtell, Joyce. . , . , Axtell, Sandra .... B Babiarz, James. , . 154 2411 321 171, 212 231 212 171 246 235 1011, 243 154 233 234 234 229 232 236 248 154 248 171 231 171 128, 248 171 243 171 236 212 233 230 171 154 212 235 23:1 212 242 Babiurz, Jani1'e ..... . .102, Babic-lI,C1eorg1e..,. ,..... Bar-hman, Jz1n1es,,. . . . . Baeklin, Richard. . Bar-on. Charles ..., . . . .9S, Badeusz, Jerome, . .57, 59, Bailey, Janiee ,....,.. .... Bailey, Peggy ...,, ...... Bailey, Richard .... .... Barker, Vheryl. . , Baker, Cla11c1e,,. Baker, George, . . Baker, llarry ..,. Baker, James. . . Baker, Janet .... Baker, Sam ,.,,.... .... akker, Jeanette. . B ...,... Balasz, Joseph ............ B alducei, Lawrence. . . 106, Baldwin, John .....,...... B alhouse, .Jamie .....,. 97 Balhouse, Parkes ......... Balick, Ritzie ............ Ball, Roger .........,.... Ballard, Cynthia. . .71, 117, Balster, Sandra ,.....,.. . . Balstrode, Richard ........ Bane, John ..,..... .... Bane, Patricia ..,,. ..., Banks, Renault .......... 125, 136,212 Banoyich, Adrienne, ..,... Banovieh, Diane.81, 85 213 Baran, Dawn ............ Barcais, Barbara .... . . . Bardo, Carol ..........1. Barg, Clit1ord ......... . . Bar1:ie1,.1oAnn71, 102, 141, Baringer, Eugene ..,... 25 Baringer, Robert ...... . , Bark, Linda ........ fi, 70, Barker, Billie ........,.,. Barker, Donald ,...,... Barker, Gert .... Barker, Judy ..,. ,.... H2153 238 245 238 234 230 171 212 230 212 230 240 212 171 2211 171 2311 171 212 238 11111 235 171 247 212 237 212 154 24-1 212 117, 171 141. 213 236 242 232 245 245 171 171 242 244 238 242 251 INDEX - Continued Barmore. Sarah ..,....... 154 122. 134, 137, 228 Berry, Ronnie ...,......, 231 Blank, Karen .,..... , . .173 Barnes, Robert .,...,.. 73 171 Bednar, Dave ..... ,..... 2 37 Berrv, Tom ....., 118, 126 234 Blanks-, Sharon .,.... . . ,213 Barnhill. Bonnie ,,.. ,,,,, 2 41 Bednar, James ....,..,., 169 Berth, Janice ,...,...,,.. 154 Blankenburg. Dave .,.,.,. 234 Barnhill, Kav ,,.,,,,,, 71 213 Bednar. Richard .....,... 171 Berwanger, Donald ,,.... 154 Blessing, Jayne. ,... ,,,,. 2 29 Barnhill, VVilliam ..,,.,,, 242 Beeeh, Gwendolyn ,...... 248 Besser, Robert ,...,,...,.. 213 Blessing, hlrs. Lucille ...... S2 Barnhisel, Lew, , ,106, 137 213 Beeman, Robert ..,...... 213 Bcssinger, Terri ......, 107, 234 Blessing, Susan ,,.,. 26. 65. 83, Baron, Jerry ..,..,,,,,,, 238 Begnoche, Marguerite. , 16 154 Beuten, Frederic-k ....,.,. ,93 94. 166, 173 Barron. Lvnn ...,.,,,,,, 242 Behanna, Robert ,,.,,... 154 Bit-e, Elizabeth, ...,., 102, 244 Bloomquist Judy. .72. 82. 234 Bartley, Carol ..,.,,,,1,, 233 Behrens, Fred ..,.,.., 121 213 Biedzyeki, Jonathan ,..,,.. 216 Blouin, Chuck .,.,,.,..... 236 Bartman, Fannie Alai- ,,,4 154 Behrens, Joan, . . ...,. 213 Bieganmvski, Edward , , . 173 Bluett, Charlene ......, 64, 248 Bartosh. Ken .,,. 125, 139 213 Behrens, Nlike .,... . . . 171 Biehl, JoAnn ,............ 213 Bohb, Albert ...... ....., 1 65 Barus, 1511 ............,., 160 Beier, Carl .,...,........ 150 Bieleeki. Frances .....,.... 213 Bohoniek, Judy .... ..,. 2 34 Barus. Ginger ..,,,,,,,,, 245 Beier. Mrs. Mable ...., 16, 154 Bielecki, Shirley ,... . .. 233 Bork, Leslee .,..... . . .248 Basye, Sue .,,.. ,,,, 2 38 245 Beilfuss, Jerry ........, 11, 237 Bielenin, Svlvia .... .,,,,. 2 43 Boege. Mary Anne ......., 213 Batek, Sharon .,,, ,,,, 9 7 247 Beiner, Jeanette ......,.. 223 Bielfelclt, Ivie .,.,...,.,,. 213 Boer, Henry ....... .... 2 13 Bates, Nlary. . . .... 243 Bell. David ......,, 82, 95, 173 Biesiada, Joanie ....... 81, 213 Boer, Marliene .... . . .235 Bates, Nancy, ,A , , , 1611 Bell, William 125, 136, 173, 233 Biutgers, Gaile .........,,. 244 Boer, Robert ..,. . . . .213 Bates, Robert ..,. , , , 171 Beller, Nick .......4... 97, 238 Billings, Wanda. . .50, 137, 213 Boerema, Carol .... ..... . 213 Batty, Ron .,....1 , , , 240 Bellosillo, Lina .... 22, 104, 173 Binder. Allen .......,..,. 173 Bogash, James, ,......... 232 Bauman, Frank .,,,, , , , 117, Belmonti, Sam ......,.... 230 Birkenfeld, 1Villiam ....... 235 Bogenschneider, lXIrs. Ruth 44, 125, 136, 154 Belinore, Beth 59, 105, 107, 173 Bisehof, Ruth ......... 71, 213 164 Baumer, Robert ,,,,,,,,,, 154 Belmore, Darlene .95, 102, 243 Bishop, Darlene .,,,.,,,,, 213 Bohl, George .......... , . .213 Baumgartel, Bonnie ,,,,,,, 248 Belt, Margo. ......... 102. 242 Bishop, Donna ..,.,.., 91, 173 Boitnott. Carole ..,. .,.. 2 13 Baumirartner, Gail ,,,,..,, 242 Bender, Robert ....,.,.... 230 Bishon, Ed fT0nyp. . .11S, 133, Boland, Karen ...,. .... 1 73 Baunigartner, Judy ,,,,,,, 213 Benedetto, John .... . . . 161 137, 232 Bolden, .lan ........ . . .213 Baumgartner, Linda ......, 213 Bengston, Ralnh .... , . . 154 Bishop, Gail ....,....,.... 240 Bolniek, Deanna .....,. 57, 234 Baunnzartner, Ilohgrt ,,,,,1 171 Bennet, Cathleen. . . . . . 173 Bishon. VVayne. .l22, 123, 136, Bona, Carol ,.,..,..... . . .235 Baumnartuer, Sharon. . ,63, 75, Bennett, Karen .......,., 173 137, 213 Bonini. Janet. ......... 810. 230 167, 171 Bennett, Pam ,... , . . .86, 234 Bishton, Carolyn .......,. 246 Boomsnia, Harold ...,. 61, 119, Baumruk. Brian. .52, 71, 105, Beno, Sandra . . ...,.., .213 Bishton, Sandra ......,.. 213 133. 135. 244 113, 114, 117, 119 Benos, Steve ..,. 17, 66, 70, 72, Bissonnotte, Dan. .88. 121. 232 Boomsma, Linda... ...... 173 121. 166, 167. 171 80, 105, 166, 173 Black, John ......,..,.,. 243 Boone, Dolores. ..,. 81. 117, 230 Beach, Thomas ,,.., ,,,,,, 2 13 Benson, John ....,........ 246 Blank, Leslie ..,...,.,.,. 213 Boonstra. Randall ..,..,.. 2-16 Beagle, Harold ,..,,,,, 20, 171 Benson, Ri:-hard ..,......, 246 Blackstone, John ..,,,,.. 245 Booth, Tod. . .A ........ 96. 248 Bean, Herbert ...,...,,,.. 154 Bentlev, Paul ..,. 118, 134. 231 Blackstone, William ,..... 240 Bordner, Bobbi ........... 248 Bean, Larry. . ,72, 98, 130, 230 Berg, Ronald ..,,..,,,,,.. 235 Blaha, Robert .,.. 119 134 154 Borgardinu, Sharron ..., . .240 Bean, Richard ,,,,,,,,,,, 238 Berger, Robert ........... 246 Blair, Herbert .,...,..,.. 173 Bork, Arthur ............. 246 Beardsley, Glenn ,.... 106, 234 Berger, William. . . .... 213 Blair, Sandra ...,,.,., 120 213 Born, Allen ..,..,....,.,. 236 Beauchamp, .lamee ,...... 213 Berggren, Charles.. ..... 213 Blais, Gayle. .,........,, 231 Borris, James. . . ..,. 88. 228 Beauchamp, hflrs. Ruth, . , .44 Berfzlind, Don. ....,... , , .231 Blais, Russell .....,....,. 213 Burst, LeRoy ..........,., 244 Beauchamn, Williayii ,,,,,, 133, Bergold, Roy ,......... 96 237 Blake, Dave ..... 119, 133 241 Borys, Dorothy .... 53, 70, 213 137, 242 Bernas, Sharon ...,,...... 241 Blake, John ...,...,,,,.. 165 Borys, Terry ..., . . .126 234 Beaver, William, ,,,,, , , , 171 Berner, Barbara ..,... 95, 115, Blaney, Grant .,......... 161 Bosgraaf, Mary. . . ...... 235 Beck, Barbara ,,,,,,,, 2.11 213, 227 Blank, Dennis. .. , ,. 231 Boskovich, Celia.. .,.. Beck, .1:u11es,,84, 149, 166, 171 Berry, Bonnie. .. .,.. 173 Blank, Gilbert ,... ... 247 Bossard. Jean, . . . . . . .173 B1-taker, GlQim,, ,,,,,,,,, 118 Berry, Edwin. . . . .240 Blank, James ..., ,. 236 Boston, Gary .... . . .243 , A JOH W S DRUG C0777pf777Y677f5 BACHMANN FUNERAL HOME 244 East 138th Street lhlteroceon 8-9860 Professional Drugstore 1914 Ridge Road Homewood, Illinois Phone: SY 8-I-1760 l'lA1coLD D. .1oHNsoN 252 gDQfff1fvVx'L' ' J I F 5 ' ' U QLifif f , gf of 1 4 -f . Ui' 'I 1 L ffixxxclfn X ' 1 I J 1 77 fU'Cvfi JY C fi 116 fl XM VJ- , 77j15f1Qf,w M Icongratulations to the Grads 2 ,, '7 J f U r -'L ' f rrrrr rrrrr 1. + I I I II I 1 960 fi 1 f if, 1. 416224. Lacuwfh 'L 7 f WILLIAM B. SNYDER FOODS tl! .xg L l ' l'll'l 2940 W. 127th Street I I Your Fashion Headquarters Blue Island, I11ino1s Phone: FU1ton 8-2625 177-179 E. 154111 Street HARVEY, ILLINOIS INDEX ' - Continued Bo-vui. Bonniv. . . . .213 Breiner, Richard.. ....... 2311 Bruggenian. .lun ....... , . .243 Burkv, Karen ........., . . .213 Bosvai. Judy, , . ,... 169 Brendlc-, Larry ..,, .,.. 2 46 Bru,f1gema,n, John ..... 133, 2411 Burke, Tom .,....., 52, 70, 72, Boswell, Jainvf. . . ..... 235 Brennan, Kathy. ,, .... 173 Bruhn, Becky ..... 58, 104 231 73, 82, 111, 175 Boswell, 113.110 ....... . . . .173 Brewer, Charles. . . .... 173 Brundidgv, Patricia. . .102 245 Burleson, Bill ,...... . . . . . . 155 Bothwell, Becky ...,... 117 2411 Brewer. Donald. .. .... 230 Bruni, Druoilla ........ 81 173 Burnt-tt, Rosie ..... .... 2 41 Bothwell, Rolwrt .,...... 235 Brewer, .lohn ..,,. .... 1 73 Brunke. Karen. . . 103, 106 213 Burns, Robert .... .... 1 65 Bott. Henry. ...., . . . 231 Brezvk, Carolyn. . . .... 173 Brushfielrl, Elizabeth ,.... 154 Burrell, Le Roy .... . . . .213 Bott. Marie ...... . .71 173 Bridclivk, Gary ...... . .245 Bryant, Larry ......,,... 2211 Burrell. Richard. .. . . . .239 Boudreau, Lou .......,.. 147 Bridgvwcll, Marilyn ...,... 243 Brzykcy, Dianna ..., . . . 248 Burrless, 1Vallure. . . . . . , .175 Boudreau, Sharron .... 120 213 Bridizi-main, Rnnrly ....,... 246 Ruben, Joyce .......,..,. 213 Burton. Elaine ....,... 71, 244 Bough. .laincs ........... 232 Bricdis. Dzintrzt ....... 117 23:3 Bucholz, .lzinine .,....,... 173 Burton. Harriet .........,. 162 Boulden, Donna ,......., 243 Briggs, Ed ......,. ..,.. 2 3:3 Buck, John ,.... 113. 117. 118, Burton, Sharon .....,.. 71, 234 Bourkard, Beverly ....,.. 228 Briggs, Julio .... .... 2 13 1311. 1117. 173 Busr-h, Georgia. . . ..... 2411 Bourland, Fran ,.... 81. 99. 213 Bright. Brur-0 .... .... 2 33 Buckley, Mike ...,..,.. 111 82. Bush, Carol .....,..,..,.. 175 Buvard, Karen .......... 248 ByimI Fred 4v-A.,,4 I I I240 118, 1211, 135, 230 Bush, .Iini .,..,.......,... 231 Bowen, Larry. . . ..... 154 B,-im-ix-a11iI ,lr-mug I I I Ql.. 173 Buckninn, Cliarlt-s ,...... 154 Bush, Nan:-y. .79, 94, 104, 175 Bowers. Leo ...... ..,. 1 54 BrinkluvI CEU-f,1V'nI I IQ13 Biivkiiinstt-i', Jancain. . .105 244 Bush, Ralph ............,. 213 Bowers, Yi-rflina .......,. 243 Bl-igmnf LawpNQ,,9 IIIII 30 Buckner, Mary ........,. 243 Buss, Roger .,..... . . . .213 Bowman, Winston . . .137. 234 B,-mio KL-nm.H,I I I IIII 241 Bucnis, Alyce ...... . . . 11151 Buttafoco, Cheri. ,. . , . .244 BoychukLDennis .,,..... 173 B,-,,nQ.l.k9I Judi.. IIVIIIIIIII 173 llguczek. Dorothy. .. . .213 Elittle,I5uti'ii-Eu ..,. .,,. 1 75 Boyens, incla .....,.. 105, 173 Bruner-ke. Rii-hard ..... . ,173 uczm-k, Susan .,., ....,. 2 48 utts. onzrc ,... ,... 2 211 Boyer. f11'U1'g19DZ1 ,......, .248 B1-ODI ,loygp IIIIII I Im 154 Budnic-k, Rich ..,.,....., 248 Buvula, Ki-n .... .... 1 7-3 Boyer. Vim-tor., ...... .,... 2 311 B,',,.,kSI KUHI I93I 100, 101' 2311 Budvik, John ,...,. 515. T1 173 Byers, Num-y. . . .,,. 213 goylin. Dbnnie ,,..... Bmumg B4-yr-r1yI I IIII 173 guell, .lmiycek ......,. 1011, Eyrne, .1i211lf'S.i. . . .... rar- uns, on ....,... ...1.1.. . 2. ., I uosin, ,ee oy ......,., L i y nar. o wer ..,. ,... 71 Brackinsi liogialcl, ........ 229 lt' ' V Bukwn, George ........., 228 liyvoete, l'r-ter. . . . .247 Bradrly. Sur ara .......... 213 Brown' Tlmlimgu "" SIM Bukwu. Russell ,,,.... 107, 230 l3ruclfor1l, Doris ........,.. 213 . '. H " ' "" '-- Bukwn, 1Vayiu- ..,..... 72 173 Braclfornl. llarvvy 4.3. 71, 213 ' "A' Bulgi-r, 1Villizixu ....... , .231 C Brand. Ronald ..... ..... 2 35 BI I B' I I .I ' ' ' "" 3-I., Bullztrd, Mary .,.,. 90, 117 233 cqillliilll, .11-rry ,,,,. . . . . 173 Branrlon, .lean ..... . , . .213 BIIUNIS' D? frui' ' ' ' ' ' Bult, Darlene, . .....,. 175 ftilblllil, Murcia ....., ,102. 2,44 Brandon. .10aiT1ttc. . . . . .213 Hi.g::,u' Ipiflvil """ ,gli Bult. .lame ..... ,....,. 2 48 Faccni, liirrhzfru ...., . . . . 2311 Brnnrlon. Linr :1 .... ..... 2 38 I ' TI I, """' "' TI' Bult. Larry, , ....,,... 213 Face i, C'1nr'Qs,. ..,.. .. 237 Brandt. .lennetts-, , . . 1111, 234 Elolln' ' "" 133 Bultmzin. .luilith ,....,.. 175 C'-ide, Pntrif'ia .,.,.... 104, 175 Brnnmlt. John ..... ,,... 2 45 mlln 'uhh "" "" ,Q ' Q", Bunks-r, Parrivin ......,.,. 11111 Caglv. Faye ......,....,. 23-1 B1-an-iii.-1-, .Tuck .,......... 247 11"011If'- '19f'1i'f' V--V - V11 -if' imrrivrr, Bolr, ,.12, 17, 20, 01211-, ci1'1'11ld ...,.,,... 2:43 B1-Mfi1111i. Roux-r ..... im. 247 151011111 1Wm?11' - 113 sa. 70. 72, 128. ima, 175 Cfailour-tts-, samii-11, . . . 1211, 213 Bmttiir-111. william ...,... 213 111'0'1QH' 115"11"f'f'- I I 341 ian.-gf-tt. Li-slim' ,..,.. 22. 1011. Calriwr-ii, Bi-mfr-, ,...,.., iam Braiswr-ll. Cliurlotte. . ,ru 246 11"0W'- 111"1?H01- - - - 1- -1" 1:43, 23:4 0311111-1-11, mn-1-H., ,. .1o2, 2113 Brutvlu-i'. Ervin. .118, 1211. 228 B1'UW11 31111101 -- --- 173 Burk, Karon ......, , 102. 23-1 f'zxl4.lwL-ll, Ray ..., .,.... 2 13 Burt:-livi'. .lohn ....... 133. 239 131'0W11 1111111- V - -v-' 1-11 Burke. Mrs. Marry ..,,..... 4-1 flilgztro, Delmar. .. . , 175 Brzttton,.1nr-k ..,,.. . . . 213 BYUW11 11 11116111 'v--- - 14- 33:1 Burke, Mrs, limily .,,,.. 11111 C3,ll1ll1IlI1, Adziliiuf.. ... 232 Brnwnvr, V11-tor ..,. .. .228 1310213 f'1U1'14l- - - 1113- 11111 131-1 Burke. Eruinn .. ..., . .2-10 Callziliun, Arthur .... ,. ..175 Braizirfr. Arvin ., ,.,24-1 Bruckor. .lolin ....,.,.,.. 173 Burke, Ciuyi-. . .71, 87. 117. 2311. Callzihuu, Donna ....,.,. .,247 Brzizlm-y. John .... . ,214 Brugui-ninn, Alain 131. 1311 213 235 Callain, Mrs. C11-rzildiin ,,.. 155 Brnzlvy, 1Yilli:ixn .... H213 Bruguirmnn. Barry .,.,... 173 liurkv, C11-oruiuun ..., ,. H175 Cnllis. Flyde.. ,,... .1f12. 213 253 INDEX--Continued Cameron, Roy ........... 155 Cassity, Sheron ...,.....,. 214 Cllristopher, Sarah ,.... 154 229 Cohoon, Diana. . . , . .245 Campbell, Chess:-r.82, 110 175 Caster, James ........... .1131 Chrzastowski, Alice ,..,.. 169 Cole, Dave ...... . . .230 Campbell, Gary ......,... 246 Cates, Bonnie .,....,, .91 175 Chureh, Nancy ,.... . .110 175 Cole, Earnest. . . . . .243 Campbell, Nancy .....,... 236 Causgrove, Alex ,........, 214 Cibirka, Rlona ........... 232 Coleman, Don .... . , .241 Cann, Judith ...... . . . 213 Cer-eoni, Jane .... ...,. 2 32 Cieniawski, Jolm .... .... 2 14 Coleman, Jim. . . . . . , .214 Cantrell, Herman ,....,.. 175 Celebueki, Joe ..........., 240 Cienkus, Donna. .... .... 2 33 Coleman, Ken .... .,.,. 2 38 Cantrell, Jo Anna ...... 97 237 Celinder, Carol ........ 91, 175 Cienkus, lN'Iimi. . . . . .51 175 Collette, Don .... . . .214 Cantwell, Robert ......,. 230 Cent, Chris ...,... 118, 100, 234 Cioni. James. . . .... 175 Collette, Eddie. . , . . . . , ,214 Capps, Judith ,,,... ,.... 1 G0 Cent, Biartha ............ 238 Cioni, Tom .... .,,.. 2 36 Collette, Karen ........... 232 Caproni, Robert ...... 120 243 Cerino, Donna .... ,.,.. 2 32 Ciszar, Sherry .,......... 236 Collias, 1Villiam .,..... 118, 231 Caress, Bob ...... 87, 117. 121, Cermak, Ed ,,...,.. .,... 2 30 Clark, Bruce ..,....., 1215 229 Collings. YVilliam ...,..,., 175 125, 134, 214 Cermak, John ...,,....,.. 230 Clark, George. . ..... 155 Collins, Don ....,..., 143, 233 Cargill. Phil .......... 135 235 Cerny, Bernadine ......... 220 Clark, Jane. . .,.,..,.... 246 Collins, Dorothy .... ..,., 2 34 C arhart, Mrs. llary .... 42 155 Cerny, Charles ......,. 3-1, 105, Clark, Jerry .......,,.,.. 235 Collins, Patty .... 1... , 231 Carlin, Sharon .,......... 247 138, 175 Clark, Lafayette .....4.... 175 Coluzzi, Ernest. . . . . .235 Cfarloek, Diane .......... 233 Cetnar, Casey ..,.,. ..... 1 75 Clark, Leon ..... 125, 1311, 229 Culvert, Collette .... . . .160 Carlson, Barbara.137, 141 233 Cetnar, Joseph .,......... 214 Clark, Linus ........,... 235 Comegys, Mary .... .. 155 Carlson, Betty .,.,......, 214 Chambers, Charlotte. . .10 155 Clark. Lloyd ............ 240 Commerforml, Charles. .... .214 Carlson. Beverly ,........ 232 Chapman, Harold ........ 214 Clark. Ronald ....,.,. 118 231 Conant, Gayle ...... .... 2 38 Carlson, Charmaine. . 103, 104, Charles, Belgrave .......,. 214 Clausingr, Dirk. . . .,,. 214 Condit, Dennis .,... . . . . 214 214 Charles, Clarista ....., 100, 238 Clauson, Stanley ......,., 155 Condit, Donna .......... 175 f arlson, Frank .... ..... 1 75 Charles. Franklin ..... 127, 245 Clavio, Beverly ......., 71 230 Congo, Paul .......,., 127 243 Carlson, llarry. . . . . . 214 Charlton, Patrieia ........ 175 Clayio, Norman .,....... 175 Conlan, Joan. .71. 72, 106 214 Carlson, Jolm ........... 155 Charlton, VVilfred ,,... 133 244 Clay, Jewel ...........,. 175 Conley, Forrest .......... 214 C arlson, Keith .......... 241 Chase, Lydia .,....,..... 214 Clay, Roy ......,.... 133 232 Conley, James ,... ,...... 2 14 Carlson, Maryanne ....... 233 Chet-ver, Bob ,,..... ...,. 2 38 Clayton, Linda. ,..., 241 Conley, Rollie ......... 88 214 C arlson, Randy. .11El, 135 2311 Cherry, Gene ,,,..,,.. 1251 242 Cleek, Naney ........... 230 Conlon, Dennis. . . ..., . 214 Carlson, Ron ..,.......,. 175 Chesser, Judith ..... . . , 231 Clogliorn. Carol .......... 240 Conlon, Kathie. . . . . . . 175 Carlton, Diane. , .100. 227 214 Chiappa, Frank ..... . . . 239 Clem, Jane ...,.,...., 88 232 Conner, Robert. .. . . 248 Carmichael, Doug: ...,,... 169 Chiaramonte. Sandy. 228 Clements, Alan, . . 118, 133 244 Conner, Susan ...... . . . . . 214 Caroli, Ken, .......,, 137 235 Chiattello, Harold. ,. . . . 236 Clemons, llllmer ......... 214 Conrad, Darylle ...... . . , 235 Caroli, Vie. .57, 61. 81, 86, 175 Chilcott, Sandy .,.,....,. 1439 Clemons, Joanne ......... 240 Conterio. Sally .... 07, 140 235 Carpenter, Darrell ,,., 04 248 Childress, Dolores ........ 175 Clemons, Juanita ,....,.. 214 Contois, Judith. . . .... 232 Carpenter, Doreen ....,.. 175 Childress, Ozzie. .117. 1313 214 Clemons, Pat .......,..,. 234 Conway, Peter ....... 128 214 Carr, Dave ........ 52, 70, 106, Childs. Adelaide .,...,,.. 155 Clemons, VVavery ..,..... 220 Cook, Adell .,,.. ,... 2 14 1117, 175 Chilelli, John ..,.. . . 214 Clilliord, Raymond ..... 88 214 Cook, Nancy ..... ..,. 2 29 Carr, Gerry. . .71, 90, 212 214 Chilelli. Ruth ....... .. 235 Cline, Lark ............. 237 Cook. Riehard .... .... 1 55 Carraro, Karen ,...... . . 214 Chlebieki, Ceoriri .... . . 233 Cloilfelter, Julie .... .... 2 45 Cooley, Michael. . .... 245 Carraro. Robert ......... 175 Chris, Ronald ........... 214 Clore, Jeraldine. . . .... 245 Cooley, Richard ....... 23 233 Carraro, Shirley .......... 243 Christ. Patricia .......... 237 Cloutier, John .... .... 2 32 Cooper, limma. . . .... 214 Carroll. Rieharfl ...... 214 236 Cliristiaanse, Marianne, . . 240 Clutter, Barbara .... .... 2 14 Cooper, llerbert. . .... 244 Carter, Bruce ........... 229 Cliristiaanse, VVilliam. .95 21-1 Clutter. Bonnie. .. .... 243 Cooper, Kathleen ..... 100 233 Carter. James ........... 214 Christian, Charles ........ 241 Cobb, Audrey ..., ..... 2 14 Coppens, Vince. .. 117, 134, Carter. Oliver .... . . .1-13, 232 Christian, llelen. . . ..... 214 Coburn, Louise.. .... 1013 245 175 Cartier, Mrs Joanne ..... 1131 Christian, Mary Ann ..... 214 Cot1'ey. Sharon ....,..... 237 Coppoek, Randy. ......., 243 Casey, Patti ............, 240 Christopher, l1erman..118 1241 C01-1'lgmd, A151-y ,,,, 16, 141 155 Corcoran, Beverly ,, 243 T0 the SCHIOI' Class ff err 1565! !fZ1'.ffI6'5 V1 e Appreciate 1 our Patronage and 4- v 1 1 V1 lsh 1 ou the Greatest of bueeess in Future 1 11ClG1'1t1tli111gS. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BLUE ISLAND lst ln SOUTH COOK COUNTY SINCE 1896 BASTAR'S JEWELRY STORE Meinhei' lf.11.I.C. 171 E. 154th Street Harvey Illmois 254 Cortez, hlicavla .... MALLOY COAL 85 OIL COMPANY INC. 11o1.'1'r1x, Ii.1.1xois Phone: Yllcing 1-1111115 Tri- City ofwlzing Lanes 12 Alleys Automatic Pinsetters Air-Conditioned Phone: Ylkiiig S1-11825 138511 Lincoln Ave. DOLTON, ILLINOIS f.'UI'1'U1'1Ll1, C'a1'ol1-.,, C'or1-oran, Doris. . . f.1OI'COI'1111, Mike ..., Corsforan, Coralcs, Dave ...... Curdcs, 1q1lf1111'1'11. . Corey, liichard ..,. f'Ul'IlW11.l1, Ru11y,,.. f1U1'I11V1'11, Barton. . C111'r:111o, 1Varr1-11 Corridan, James. .. Cusgrrovc, Mary. . . Costello. 1Yil1ian1, . Coston, v18.1l11'P. . . Cothroll, 1'hilip .,.. Cotton, Joann. .. Cotton, Iinute ... Sheryl ,,.,.,.,, 8-, 8-1 C orrie, C11l111'1PI1l' ,..... ' 'ini ClO1fOI1,NO1'Il1H!l,,... 214 Counte, Mike .,.. 107 Courtney, Donald. . . Coutchie, John 71. 73. Couxvcnhoven. Judy Covert, Collette. . , Coxvser, Mel ....... Coxvser, Randall. . . Cox. Mike .....,.. Coxon. LeRoy ..... Coyle, Ric-hard .... Crabtree, Susan. . . Craft, Linda .... Craig, Jean ..... .,E1 ' 111111, 127 ' 411111 1013 7 Craig, Mike .... . . ,137 Craig, Sharon ..... Crawford, Nancy ...... 87, 05, 120, 177 242 .175 229 .243 175 .175 235 245 .214 .214 .245 245 .2415 .214 245 .175 ,237 .177 .177 115, 244 .230 .214 , 21-1 232 .238 .177 245 .177 .240 .214 .214 .155 ,245 177 ,230 Cravens, Don ....... , .58 Crawford, Bonnie. . . ..,. . 63 Crt-rnonn-si, Thoinas ...... Crt-w,To1r1 .... . . . . . . . . .. f11'1l'111OIl, John .... . . , .22 Crisxnan, David .... f IAISIIIZLU, fmorgrr ........ . 1'ris1nan, M11rga1'r-t. 70, 140 ,.71 ,77, .236 .228 , 177 .241 .239 , 177 INDEX Continued Crosby Carole. . , ..... ,234 Cross, James ..,, . ,2211 Crowder, Jerry .... .... 2 211 Crowder, Laverne ...,,.... 177 Crowder, Laivrenve ,,.,.... 228 Cubalchini. Jean ......,,., 177 Cubalcliini, Rich ..... 118, 133, 137. 230 Cnlmhon. Andy ........ 122, 233 Cunnigan, Bernadette .... 214 Cunnigan, Cli1:1'o1'd, Cun11in,ql111111, C1113l'1E1Si,i .I ,I 7 C ' f a 214 un111n,ul1a111, .10 n. 214 1.14 227 Curtis, lftoye .......,..... 243 Curtiss, Marc-eline. . . .... 231 Custer, Wi1lia111..., .... 229 Cypress, 5v11111l1l1.. .... 177 Czapf-lski. Sandra .... .... 2 14 C1Z1l1'I1111'1i1. Dennis. .. .... 248 Czarnez-ki, 111-Roy. . 177 Czarncc-ki, Robert, I. 1 111 111 T111 117 131 Czm-1 , - ...... 137, 155, 214 Czc-lmlslci, Rivlnarml. Czepivl. liarbara. .. Czliywk, Ray ...... Czllpvk, R1111:11d. . . Czupck, Gr-rrif-. . . D Dalion, .lar-lc ....., Dalnxn, 1,1-n:m1...12. Dacus, f1WC'11Il .,,,..., 111, Dado, Clieryl ....,.... . . . Da.gg'er, .1in1 ..... 1.13. 1.11, 134, .......177 214 245 240 21-1 ,136 21-1 248 214 243 Dagger, .lim ..... 133, 137. 2-13 lfl 151 Dahl, Rohr-1't, . . . 7. I 7. 233 Dalilhergg, Carol ..... 102. 238 Da1Cz1son, 'fs-1-ry. , , . . . 243 Dalle, Carole ...... .,... 1 77 Dalle, Paula ..... . , , 117. 2,18 Dal Santo. Joe ..,..... 33. 248 Di11Si1IlIO, Paul .......... 177 Daznpic-r, Qullie .......... 2211 Danielxvicz. Beverly. . , . .234 Danric-11, Szuiclra, . .... 177 Deflroot. Robert ......... 177 Dargis. Regina ..... .75, 214 Deflrucc-io, Kathleen. . 83, 177 Darn:-ll, liclward .......... 177 T2QGl'l1CC1O, Linda ..,...... 235 D1111s111a11, 17411111115 ..... 72, 75, Dolinert, A1,.106, 125. 134. 215 141, 11111, 177 Diem-111a, Karen ....... 97. 2411 David, Judy ...... , ,. 235 Dienenia, Robert .......,. 237 Davi4lso11, lllclwarcl , 177 Deineina, Sandra ......... 241 Davidson, Robert. 118, 11111, Deineina, Sharon ...... 117. 248 138, 2111 Di-ineina, Sxvzinette .....,.. 235 Davis, Carl ...... . . . 22511 De.1ong, John .....,. . . .248 Davis, 1'111xvarfl. . . 1117 214 Dckens, Andrea .,.. . . .230 Davis. Gladys.. . .. 214 111-kor1s,.111ditl1 ........., .241 Davis. .l:1n11fs, . . , , 155 111-kviis. 11'aync ........ 119. 232 Davis. .loyi-0. . . . . . 214 Dr-kk:-1', Arnold ..... ,215 Davis, Kathy, . .. , 21-1 171-lclu-r. Ciarv ,,,,.. .177 Davis, Marcia., ...., 111-1 21 1 Dekker. .lolfllyn .,... .240 Davis, Mrs. Marge . . 111-1 D1-lioster, A1i1I'1lZ1I'Cff ,,.... 215 Davis, Mary ..,.. , . . 2-12 Dvlanty, Dennis ..,.. .231 Davis, Bliehaf-1. . ,. 2-17 D1-111-r, 1'111l'l1 ..,,.., .233 Davis, Patrieia. , . . ,233 237 Delia, Gloria ....... .234 Davis, Ray ....,, ,311 177 D1-1.ori1-1', Mary .... .235 Davis, Robert ..., .... 2 311 D1-Maar. Sliaron .... .177 Davis, Sandra .... .. . 21-1 DL-Mzittvo, John ,..... . ,177 Davis. Tom ...... . . . 240 D1-May. Carols- ........ , 248 Davison. Ronald., . 234 D1-Mir-la. Phyllis .,.. . . . , 247 Davros, Joanne. . . , , . 177 D1-inkowit-z, .11-ans-111-.. . .215 Dawson, Jim ..,,.,...., 7 , 119 Dvinliuwif-z, liulwrl .... .2313 Dawson, Richard ...,.... 2211 D1-nlpsey, Virginia ..... .241 Deavon, Judy ,........,. 214 1Y2K'llBl'Sf1'I1, CUH1111' .... , 248 Deal, John ............,. 2311 Denliain, Mrs, fi1'IN'V21, .1113 Denny, Katie ...,.... 115 245 Denllartog, Pc-11-1' ..... ,2-18 D:-avens. Sharon , ..... 83 214 Dennis, Riuliartl .,,.,.. , 177 D1-Bartolo. Margaret ..... 214 Dennison, Pat ..,...... .177 D1-Bom-r. Diane .......... 235 Denson. 1'Id ..... 15. 18. , 228 111-Boe1'. John ........... 233 Dcnson, Ron .......,, 231 Di-l'1oe1'. Linda, . . . . .96 240 Dcnzy, Virginia ..,..,. , 215 111-11111-r, Susan. . . . . ,110 215 Dorcas. Barbara ...,.. 1 , 2-121 D1-wks-r. Dave ..,. ..., 2 411 DeRidder, Bill ......... 228 111-1-k1'r, John ..... 238 DeR.oos, Larry ,....,. 1 . 248 D1-1-kc-r. Judy ...... .75, 105, DeRooy. Karl ...,..,., .177 1411, 1117, 185 DeRooy, 55811113111 ..,,.. .232 D1-11ra1l', 1111-1111 .....,. 72, 105, DeRoosi. 1105911111113 ,,,, , 111. 11511. 177 120, 215 D1-111'a1'1'. Mel .... 118. 1211 155 Desf-hand. Blarsha. . . 215 171-191-0111. .-1111111 Mai' ..... 215 D1-Ski-etc, Movelle. . . .242 lJ1'C1r11111, Airs. .1a'11-1 ...... 1113 Devalk. Henry ..,. H238 255 INDEX --Continued DcVallee, Ronald. ....... 237 Divckcy, Sheila ....., . . 233 Dullois, Dian:-. . . . . . 155 Eckstein, Martin ..... . . . .1711 Dcvonoy, Pat ............ 215 Dodson, Margzurct. . . ,... 2-14 Duuat, Dave ,,,, ,,,, 2 15 Eckstroin, Gloria ..... 102. 242 Dcvens, lN'1rs. Jacqueline. . .155 Dodson, Robert .... ..,. 2 15 Ducat, Donna ...,....... 229 Edelhofer. Charles .,..... 215 Dcverick, David ,......,.. 177 Doherty, John ,.,.. ,,.. 2 15 Ducho. Georgia ,,,,,,.. 04, 215 Edclllofer, Jean ....... 102 242 Devic, Patricia .......,... 177 Dolberry. Vern . . . ,.... 117 Duckworth, Carol i,...... 179 Ederer, Larry ..,.,.,.,.. 232 Devine, Elaine. . . . . .177 Doll, George ..,., ..,.,.. 2 -10 Ducliwortli. P1-rcy ..., 127, 137, Edlllklll BOHU14' .4.v 92, 5115 215 Devlin, Tlioinas. , . . .215 Doll, .lark .,............. 232 241 Eclnian, Elmer ..,.... . . 235 D4-Vries Allen .... ..... 2 35 Doll, Judy. .,.,. , . .101S, 215 Dudcck. Pat .... ,. . . 215 Edmondson, Elnora. . . . . . 1711 DcVries Eddie, . . ...,. 2315 Doinhrowski, Mariannv.. 215 Dudcck, Penny.. , ,,.. 240 Edmunds. BL-th ....... 71. 215 DeVri0s Jane ,..... ..... 2 15 Domilcr, Phyllis ....,.., 177 Ducrr. Fred., ..., ....,.. 2 43 Edwards. Darla .....,,. 13 71, DeVries. Blarjoric ......... 215 Donahuc, ,laincsm ,,.... 215 Duettsch. Pat .,.,.... 27, 120, 72, 74, 105, 140, 1711 DeVries, Pearl ......,.. 115, 215 Donilclingcr, .lame-s . , . 177 179, 226 Edwards, Robcrt ..... 107, 228 DcYries, Ralph. . . ....... G5 Dooley, D1-nisc. . , . . . 237 Duff, Emma ,... ,,..... 1 79 lnhlcrs, Judy ...,..... . , . 215 DcVries, Sherry ,.... ..... 2 43 lT0razio, John ,...,.,... 241 Duggar. Kenneth ,.,,. .,.. 2 41 Ehlurt, lfrcd ..,., 1-17, 11111. 233 De1Vaard, Bcttc ...., . . .215 Dorm-, CT. Thoinas ........ 155 Duley. Janet ......,., 102, 244 Eidson, Dewitt .,......,. 215 De1Vinter, Marilyn. , . ,. .215 Dornburg, Dennis ..... . . 177 Dunham. Carol.. .,.,... 215 Eidson, Linda ...... . . . . 233 DeYoung, Carolc ..,. . . .2117 Dorncr, 1Villiam ..80. 107. 233 Dunker. Gail .......... 97, 235 Eilcrs, Harney .....,, 119, 137, DeYoung, Donald ........ 242 Dorscy, Ruby ,,......,... 228 Dunker, John. . .,.,... 71 72, 240 DeYoung, James.. ....... 215 Doss, Barry ...... ..., . 247 105. 107. 179 luilcrs, Paula ...... 80. 215, 227 DeYoung, Janice ...,,, 117 2411 Duster, lloward ....,..,. 16-1 Dunlap. Nancy .... 70, 120, 215 Eisncr, Dorothy ....... 77, 179 DcYoung, Jean .,... ..... 2 311 Duster. VVilliain ....... 71, 119, Dunnain, Evelyn. .91. 107. 230 Eizc-nga, Don ...........,. 215 DcYonng, Jeannc ..,,...,. 248 133, 137, 245 Dunno. Edward ..,. ,.... 2 41 Ek. Bill .......... . . .215 DcYounf,:, Lynn ...,,.. 111 237 Doszak, Raymond .,.,... 215 Dunnc. James ..,.,,,..... 23-1 Ekholi, Sharon .... . . .232 DcYoung, Marcy. . ..,... 177 Doszak, Tony ....... . . . 179 Duszka. Josewli .....,.,. .235 Ellcr. Barbara .... .... . 215 DeYoung, Nancy ..... 102. 242 Dougherty, Patrick ....... 248 Dutcll. Patricia. . ,,.. 215, 227 Ellcr, Harrison ,...... . . . 155 DeYoung, Robert 128. 177. 215 Dow, Nlargaret ,,...... 20, 243 Dwyer, Susan ,,.. 141. 238, 242 Elliott, Robert ....... 179, 215 DeYoung, Sherry ...... 117, 248 Downing, Martha ......,.. 215 Dybas, Linda ...... 134, 74 84, Elliott, Twyla .....,,. 226. 232 Dicks. Lanrcl .........,,.. 2-17 Downing, Susan .,........ 233 92, 100. 101. 105, 11313 Elliott, 1Villiani .... 84, 88, 179 Dickerson. Linda ..., . . .240 Downing, Terry ...... 106, 107, 1137, 1118. 1711 Ellis, Evelyn. . . .... . , , 179 Diddia, .lanicv ...... . . .215 128, 130,215 Dye, Nina ,....... ,. . 215 E11is,.Iudy. .,,....... ....232 Dicck, Ronnie ....,. ..... 2 38 Downing, Todd, .107, 122, 230 Dziuba, John ....1 . . . 215 Ellis, Patricia ..,..... 179, 237 Diuhl, John ......,....... 238 Doyle, lXIrs. hlargaret .... 155 Ellis. Sue .......... 91, 94, 230 Diokclinan, Carol ...,.. 75, 91, Doyle, Sallie ......... 102, 235 E Ellison. Lanette .....,...,. 234 105, 140, 177 Draper, Tony ..,..... 121, 215 Eadcn. Judy ..... ...... 2 -14 Ellison, Latricia ......... 179 Dickclnian, Dennis ......,. 247 Drazba, Louisc ........ 53, 74, Eagan, Roger. . . ..., 118, 234 Ellison, Maxine .... . . . .238 Dickclinan, Mary Ann.75. 177 110, 115, 179 Eagan, Shim-1-1 ....., 50, 51, 233 Ellison. Rosetta .,.. .... 2 15 Dickclnian, Ralph ..... 97 246 Drccsen, Judy ........... 229 Earnest. .lm-1. . . ....... 179 Elmore, Delores ..... .... 1 79 Dicpen, Robert .........,. 238 Drefhall, Karen. . .75, 1110, 1711 luarnost. Judy. . , . .71 97, Elnios, Blary Beth ,.,,.. . .1792 Dicrdoff, lVIrs. Margucrite.155 Drefhall, Tom ....... ,.... 2 15 141, 2255 Emlund, Marlene- ..., .... 2 321 Dietrich, Mrs. Martha ..... 155 Drenner, Jerrold ,......,.. 240 Eason, llarold ........... 228 Emmons, James. . . .... 215 Digglc, Donelle ........... 240 Drenth, Lucille ..,... .... 1 79 Eastlaml, Darlene ,.... 97. 248 Engh, Jeri Jynn, . . ,,.. 179 Diggle, Douglas. . .72, 128, 215 Drcnthe, Barbara ..., .... 2 15 Ebcrliardt, Mrs. Mary .... 155 Engh, Paincla. . . . . , . .240 Dillner, Nlartlia ....... 76, 166. Dricfr. Don ........ .... 2 313 Eokcrb, Sharon ,....... 85. 179 Engler, Sandy. .... ..... 1 79 167, 177 Driscoll. Donna ..,, ..., 2 36 Eckert, Tom ......... 137, 231 Enright, Barbara ...... 71. 179 Dillon, Diane ..,. ........ 2 32 Drolen. Richard, , . .... 2415 licklund, Albert ..,...... 241 Erdely. Marilyn .... .75, 711, Dinkcl, George ....,.. 117, 215 Drysdalc. Elcanor. , , .,.. 2441 Eckman, Lawrence, ...... 165 86, 105. 1711 , Permanent Waves of Distinction by CHRIS AND HIS STAFF Visit Our Modern Air Conditioned Hair Styling Salon 119311 S. Western BLUE ISLAND lflvlton 5-3370 52160 W. 95th Street OAK LAWN Gltrclcn 3-2530 Expert Hair Coloring QUAIN REALTY For Fm! and Dependable Service in Bzzyirzg or Selling Rm! Esmfe Dolton f Riverdale f Harvey 14300lnc1iono RIVERDALE 27, ILLINCDIS phone: Viking 9-6180 256 l o Ongfa ll Cl, LOII5 J l A l Model Iown 8i Country Food Marr . INDEX Continued Erickson, Carol ....,....,. 233 Faoro, Kathleen ...,..,.. 179 Fisher, Larry ......... 133 235 Foulks, Cynthia .,.... 102, 216 Erickson, Carole ,.,...,... 179 Faoro, Mike. . ,...... 118 230 Fisher, Milton ,..., ,..... 1 81 Foulks, Jean ...... . ..,.. 230 Erickson, Don .... .... 9 4, 215 Farlow, Oscar ..,....,.,. 215 Fisher, Robert ........ 129 234 Foulks, Vera .... .,.... 2 42 Erickson, Janet ..,,4...... 234 Farmer, Ruth .,...,.,... 231 Fitzgerald, Frank ,....... 231 Fouts, Alta .... ,.... . 245 Erickson, Lance .... ..... 1 79 Farmer, Verdic ........., 245 Fitzpatrick, Richard. , 137 243 Fouts, Bert ...,....,, 129, 244 Erickson, Robert. . . ..... 215 Farr, Robert .,.... 73, 117 179 Flaherty, Paul ,...... ,.,. 2 34 Fowler, William .,.,,..,. 156 Erickson, Russell. , . .. . 165 Farrell, Joe. . . ...... 89 179 Flanagin, Gail ......... 72 181 Frachey, Marlene. . . , .41 50, Erickson, Senne .... .. . 179 Fascia, Lynn ,... ,... 1 15, 234 Flanders, Faith .... 10, 97 235 70, 71, 141, 216 Erickson, Tom. .,.. . . .246 Fath, Sharon .... ...,. 1 79 Fleck, Loren ....4....... 181 Frazrgos, George.. . . .70 71, Erickson, William .... . . .215 Fault, Ralph. . . , .... 137 Fleming, Annette ........ 181 78, 82, 105. 181 Ericks, Barbara ...... . , .237 Faeser, Joy ,....., ..,.. 2 35 Fleming, Pat ....,......, 248 France, Marsha .......... 216 Errington, Janice .,.. . . .215 Fcges, Cheryl .....,....., 248 Flewelling, Jane ..,,,.... 216 1' rancis, Carole ......,., 59 72, Ertl, Karlene ....... .. 215 Fehland, David ........ 72 179 Flick, Michael ..,...... 99 181 75, 86, 105, 107, 181 Esler, Carl ...,......,... 248 Fenncll, Richard ......,.. 215 Fliekner, Laurie. . .79, 105 181 Pranczek, Steve ..,,,..... 181 Esler, Charlotte .... .,.... 1 79 Fcntem, Marilyn ...... 97 215 Flisyn, Hubert .....,..... 246 Frank, Albert .......,... 216 Esler, Donna ...,...,.,.. 215 Ferguson, Judy ......,.,, 230 Flood, Patricia .......... 244 Frank, Ronald ..,. ,. . 246 Espen, Sonia ....,.. 26, 79 179 Ferguson, Lynne. . .58, 98 241 Flournoy, Marie ......... 242 Franklin, Lela .,... . . . 230 Estes, Earl ....,, ,,,,, 4 6 165 Ferguson, Ronald ...... 8, 125, Flournoy, Ted ,,....., 118 232 Franklin, Neal ........... 135 Etchison, Jim ....,.. 6, 15 247 135, 155 Flowers, Paulette .,...... 244 Franknecht, Janet .,..... 216 Ethridpge, Sarah .,,,,,,,,, 228 Ferrara, Jasper, ...,... 82 215 Flynn, Carole .,... ,... 2 29 Franson, Carol. . . . .115, 216 Ethridge, Kathy ,... .,... 2 42 Ferry, LeRoy ..... ..... 1 79 Flynn, Julia ....,, . . .32 181 Franson, Delores ..... 115, 216 Evans, Burton ......,,.., 149 Ferry, Michael. . . .,.. 179 Flynn, Patrick .... ..., 1 81 Fraser, Nancy .... 81, 103, 216 Evans, Everett ....... 99, 101, Ferry, Raymond ,,.. .... 2 47 Flynn, Roland .......,.,. 233 Fray, Doris ........ 90, 97, 235 167, 179 Ferry, Rosemary ..,. ,. .. 215 Foerch, Richard ......, 28, 122. Fray, Richard. . . ... . . .. 181 Evans, Gail ,,,.,,,,,,,,, 215 Fetsis, Elene ............ 179 136, 137, 155 Frazek, Tim ,......... 99, 240 Evans, Richard, .,,,,, 139 229 Fetsis, Jim ......,....... 231 Foerster, Alice ....,,..... 241 Frederick, John .... ..... 1 81 Evans, Robert ...,........ 215 Fieldhouse, Richard ..,... 181 Follmer, Pam .... 110, 115, 181 Frederick, Phil .... 131 Evely, Douglas ..,. 99, 100, 215 Fielding, Janet ........ 18 215 Foltman, Robert ...,,.,.. 236 Frederick, Susan. , ....... 236 Evers, Geraldine .,.,,,,,, 244 Fields, Norris ..... 24, 129 239 Fones, Frank ,.....,,.... 216 Frednian, Lorraine .,..... 181 Evers, Lynn ........,,.,, 237 Fike, Jim .,....,..,.. .34 181 Fontechia, Diane .... . . . 216 Frceburn, Jim ,.... ...... 2 37 Ewan, Albert .,,, , , ,58 232 Fike, Judy .... .,..... 1 69 Forbes, Dennis .......... 181 Freese, Gerrie. ........ 22, 216 Ewan, Andrew ,,,,,, , , , , 241 Fike, Nancy ,... .... 2 37 Forbes, Harry .,......... 181 Frehse, Gayle. , . . . . . . 181 Eylander, Donald ,,,, , , 179 Fike, Roberta ..,. .... 2 15 Forbes, .Jackie .... 87, 137 181 Frehse, Gary .... . . , 247 Eytcheson, Paula .,,, , , 240 Fike, Tom ..,.........., 236 Forbes, James .... 122, 137 240 Friberg, Faith . , . . . . . 181 Filipovicli, Jesse ......... 247 Forbes, Robert ..,,....., 229 Frieling, Jan ,....... .107, 231 F Filippi, Mrs. Arlync ....., 155 Forbrich, Terry ..., . , . 246 Fritsche, Richard ...,,,.. 236 Fabic, Harry .....,.. .... 2 42 Fillippo, Dennis ..... 118, 232 Ford, Dennis .,,... . . 216 Fritz, Roberta .... . .71, 241 Fadke, Kenneth .,...,.., 233 Finchum, Carol. . .91 104, 216 Ford, Elizabeth .... . . 155 Froschauer, Frank. ,116, 117, Fair, Gale ....,....,. 105 179 Finchum, Floyd ..,... . . ,240 Fordham, John .....,.... 231 128, 156 Fairbrother, Joanie ..,,... 215 Finchuin, Marian ...., . . . 163 Forest, Nancy ........,.. 216 Froschauer, Nancy .... . . 181 Falica, Dave ...... 71, 134 215 Finnegan, Janice .......... 181 Forsythe, James ........., 236 Frost, Jim ....... . , . 246 Falica, Mary Lou ....,. 71 74, Finnell, Richard, ,118, 129, 232 Foster, Joe, ..... 100, 101, 230 Fugh, George. A. . . . .. 216 212, 215 Finnell, Sue ..,,. 166, 181 Foster, Ken ....,, 119, 133 246 Fuglsang, Gloria. . . . . 236 Falica, Mick ,... . .... 231 Fiocca, Leonard. .131 139, 181 Foster, Robert ....... . . . 181 Fulk, Howard ..... . . . . , 156 Fanelli, Betty ........... ,243 Fisher, Elaine. . . , . .237 Foster, Susan ..,,.... . . . 235 Fuller, Harold. . . . . . . . . 156 Fanning, Barbara ..... 102, 215 Fisher, John ..... . . .216 Foster, William. . . , , , 181 Fulmer, Connie. . . .107, 232 l 257 INDEX-Continued Fulmer, Gail .... ..., 2 16 Garlzun, VVilliam ...... 72, 100, Glogowski, 1Valter ..,.. 43, 164 107, 216 Fulmer, Tony, . . .... 245 131, 216 Glover, Sue ....... 82, 102, 245 Gouwens, Dan .... .169 Funtall, Edna ..... . . . 230 Gee, Steve. . ,106, 115, 131 216 Glover, Wanda ...,.,.,.. 231 Goiiwens, Faye, ..... . , ,216 Furman, Gregory ........ 216 Geih, Carol ....... . .100 248 Glowacki, Joyce ....,..... 246 Gouwens, Glenn .,..... , 96, Fyler, Ann .... ,.....,. 9 9, 242 Geiser, Judy ,.... . . .18 216 Gnade, Carol ...... 96, 97, 247 127, 238, 248 Fyler, John ..........,. 70 72, Gengler, Frank ........... 216 Goddard, Mike ....,..... 248 Gouwens, Harold. . . . 147 80, 98, 100, 101, 216 Gengo, Frances .... . .102, 239 Godin, Nancy ...... 64, 91, 216 Gouwens, Janice. . . .61 248 Genius, Darlene, ,. . . .89 229 Goding, Sandra ........... 181 Gonwens, Blarjorie. .. 216 D Genovese, Elizabeth .... 89 216 Godley, Pat .............. 216 Gouwens, Raymond.. 156 Gabrenas, Joanne ......., 169 Genovese, Susan. . . ....., 243 Godwin, John ........ 107, 119, Gowan, Marie ......... 246 Gadbois, Robert ....... 56, 86, George, Beverly. . . ...... 102 133, 242 Graafsma, Beverly ,..,. 183 105, 181 George, Evelyn ........ 97 236 Godwin, Mrs. Marguerite, 156 Grarldy, Calvin, .... .... 1 65 Gager, Jim ...... . .. 216 George, Pat ,............. 234 Gobel, Diane ............. 216 Graddy, Dennis, . . . . . 216 Gaines, Charles .... . . , 243 Gephart, Bruce ........ 97 238 Goebel, Joyce. ..,..,.... 240 Grady, Richard .....,.... .238 Galberth, Steve .... . . . 216 Geraei, Vincent ....... 166 181 Goedtke, Charles. . . .... ,229 Graefen, Kathy ....... .51 70, Gall, Gene ...,.. ..,., 2 42 Gerlieh, Donna ........... 181 Goette ............,, . . 130 71, 91, 104, 230, 233 Gall, Judy ..... .... 9 7, 216 Gerloff, Ralph .......,.... 216 Goetz, Edward .......,.. 181 Gramenz, Steven ..... .... 2 31 Gll, Lois ........ .,... 2 31 Germany, Franchot .... 99 181 Golaszewski, Millie ..., 34, 228 Granquist, Phillip ........ 156 Gall, Pat ...........,... 246 Gesehke, Sandra .....,.... 230 Golden, Ann .....,.,.,.,. 229 Grant, Gayle ..... . . . . . . . 245 Galloway, James ..,.... 41, 216 Gettler, Tom ......... 122 137 Golden, Nancy .... ....... 2 16 Grant, Mary Jane ......... 156 Galovieh, Norene. ...,,,. 236 Gholson, Lorine .......... 235 Golder, Don, , ....... 117, 216 Graves, Ann. .99, 140, 216, 227 Gannon, Bob ............ 236 Gibbs, Mrs. Imo ,........ .44 Goldie, Randolph ...... . . .216 Graves, Carol .........,. 241 Gantzert, Marie ........ 7, 156 Gibson, Don ............. 231 Goldman, Barry .......... 244 Graves Dorothy .... ..... 2 16 Ganyo, Joy ........ . . , . . 156 Gibson, Gary .... .... 1 38 181 Goley, Ellen ............. 230 Graves Helen. . , . . . , . .216 Garbaez, Joe ....,....... 230 Gibson, Nancy. . . ...... 233 Golliher, Mrs. Mildred. . . 156 Graves Larry .... . . . . .239 Garczynski, Barbara. .102, 238 Gibson, Ron ..... .... 2 31 Gombert, Mike ........... 181 Graves, Richard .......... 240 Garloek, Mrs. Mildred.39, 156 Gierucki, Stella ........... 230 Gonzalez, August ...... 81, 216 Graves, Robert ....... 183, 239 Garmong, Melanie ....... 245 Giese, Gary ..... ..... 1 17 216 Goodar, Phil ..... . .24, 88, 216 Graves, Shirley. . . . . . . , 237 Garner, Dale ........,.,. 246 Gifford, Mary .... , ...., 239 Goedar, Sharon.. .,...... 216 Gray, Dennis ...,........ 106 Garner, Dave ....... . . . 236 Gilford, Ray ....,..,..,.. 235 Goode, Marie ........... 216 Gray, Jackie .......,. 120, 183 Garniecki, Robert, .....,. 244 Gilbert, Judy .... ,.... 1 02 245 Goodrich, Lois ,,.. ...... , .181 Gray, Lorie ..,.....,.... 216 Garofalo, James, . .70, 117, 216 Gile, Larry ...... 129, 139 244 Goodrich, 1Villiam .... 139, 240 Gray, Marthalou. 141, 153, 156 Garrison, Nancy ...... 102, 231 Gillies, Judy ....... 78, 83 181 Goodrie, Kenneth ........ 247 Gray, Robert ...,...,. 39, 246 Garza, Steve ........ . . . 236 Gilligan, Gail .......... 71 248 Goodwin, Laurie ..,...... 169 Green, Renee ,.... . ..,. . . 234 Gasik, Larry .... . . . . . . 245 Gillmore, James .......... 240 Goodwin, -herry ......... 171 Gregoire, Gary ..... . . . . 183 Gaskins, Pat! ....... . . . 216 Gillmore, Nloniea ......... 169 Goodwin, Yvilliam ..,,. 99, 234 Gregory, Virginia. . . 216 Gassaway, Arthur .... . . . 231 Gilmore, Dan .... 119, 133, 247 Gordon, Gennett ......,.. 244 Greiner, Herbert G.. 147 Gatewood, Richard ..,.., 231 Gillmore, Gerald ..... 117 216 Gordon, Judi ..... .... 1 81 Greincr, Karen ,....... 72, Gaulager, Sharon. . . . . . 234 Gipp, Mrs. Velma ....... 156 Gordon, Lori ..... . . 248 98, 99, 216 Gault, George ..... . . , 240 Girard, Nancy ...... ..... 2 36 Gordon, Norris ...,. . . 243 Gresar, Shirley .... .216 Gault, Ralph .... . . . . 242 Gladney, Aldus ..... . . .240 Gordon, Mrs. R. S.. . . . 153 Gross, James. . . . . . . . . 231 Gavin, Gerald. ,...... 139, 181 Gladstone, Morris. . . . . .156 Gorman, Paula ...,..,... 216 GriHin, Darlieth. . . . . , .183 Gavin, Robert .......,.... 245 Glazbrook, John. . . ...,.. 216 Goss, Cheryl ....,..,..... 120 Griflin, Mary ....... .... . 240 Gawliek, Dennis. .117, 136, 181 Glogowski, Barbara ....,.. 238 Gotch, Corrine .......,... 181 Griffin, Richard ,... , . .242 Gawlick, James ...... 117, 122, Gloggowski, Diane.. . . . .240 Gottschling, llele. . . 17, 64, 216 Grifliths, Joan ....... . . .183 136, 216 Glogowski, Fran.. . . . .230 Gouwens, Albert ....... 59, 66, Grimes, Rosemary. . . . . ,246 SCOTT TORE 135 E. 154th Harvey "We carry o complete line of your home needs" ARTHUR W. RUFF AGENCY, "The office where insurance is INC. CI business, not Q sideline." Phones: Vllcing 9-0485 400 West 144th Street EDison 1-6225 Chicago 27, Illinois Arthur W. Ruff Wilburn Bonne11,Jr President . 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Graham ..,.. .1,. 2 41 Hanks, Clarence. .. , . . .231 Haslet, Sandra ...,.., 102, 229 Grippando, Richard. .117, 131, Haddock, Fran .... .,.. 1 83 Hanks, Kay .....,. . ,. 231 Hastings, Karen ....,..... 217 136, 216 Haddon, Jerry ..1.. ..,, 2 16 Hanrahan, Robert ....., 12, 55, Hatch, Larry. . . . . . . . . .236 Critters, John ..... ..., . 246 Haddon, 1Villiam .,.. ..., 2 39 153, 156 Hatlield, Charles .... ..... 2 17 Grizzell, Nancy ...... . .97, 247 lladdow. Tom ..... ,.,.. 2 29 Hanrahan, Thomas . , . 156 Hatke, Carolyn.. , , . . . .217 Groeneveld, Sharon. . .163 216 Haflner, Lenore ........,., 216 Hansen, Jim ...... 136 183 Hauter, John ..... ...... 6 0 Groff, Nancy ,,... . . . .82 245 Haggert, Rose ....,.,..... 216 Hansen, Karen. . .. . . . 235 Hawker, James .... . . . . . . .217 Gronholm, Susan ......... 242 Hahn, Curt .... .... 1 22, 234 Hansen, Tour .,... 129 231 Hawker, Thomas ...,..,.. 213 Gross, Mary ............. 233 Hahn, Mari ..,... ..,..,, 2 16 Hansen, VVilliam. ., 122, 183 Hawkins, Alyce .......,... 217 Grotenhuis, Arthur. ,..,, 183 Hahn, Ron .....,........ 228 HHDSOH1 DF- El'YNfSi I--.-- 156 HHWHIIS1 Cliffflrll ---- 118, 133, Grotenhuis, Carolyn. .100 242 Haines, Todd ...,.,.... 72, 79, Hanson, Harry. . . . , . . 165 233 Grotenhuis, Leonard ,..... 183 166, 167, 183 Hardin, Bonnie .... . . , 183 Hawkins, Joe ......... 73, 117, Gruchmal, Shirley. . ...., 236 Halagiere, Carolyn ....,... 240 Hardy, Tyrone ..,. ..,, 2 17 166, 183 Grugett, Bonnie ........ 74, 75, Halbert, Barbara ........ 216 Ilargesheimer, Judy. ..... 183 Hawkins, Linda .... 64, 71, 244 166, 183 Halbert, Charles ..... 127, 143, Harms, Arthur. . . . . . . 156 Hawryszko, Thomas. . . . . .242 Gruhlke, Karen ,...., . ..,. 241 241 Harms, Henry ..,. 72, 1.53 156 Hayes, Judy. ...,.,.. 140, 217 Gruhlke, Paul ...,......,. 216 Halbert, 1Villie ........., 235 Harms, Nancy ....... 105, 183 Hayes, Thelma .....,.... 229 Gruszezyk, Gerald. . 114, 117, Hale, Dennis ...,...... 99 228 Harms, hlrs. Ruth. .67 156 Haynes, Beverly ......... 239 119, 121, 131, 136, 183 Haley, Holly. .82, 86, 227 229 Harper, Deirdre .....,... 230 Hayse, Bill .........,. 136, 156 Grzesik, Jack .... 106, 138 216 Hall, Carol ........ 45, 97, 217 Harper, Helen ..... 86, 97, 235 Hayse, Jack ,,.. .......... 1 83 Grzybowski, Arnold .... 25 240 Hall, Jaekie ....,.,..,... 217 Harper, Sylvia .... .79 183 Hayward, Thomas. ..,.,.. 183 Grzybowski, Eddie ......,. 242 Hall, James. . .,....,. 217 Harrill, Anna .........,., 234 Heath, Barbara .......... 217 Grzywinski, Sue ..... . ,.., 183 Hall, Kathy ........... 97 247 Harriman, Richard ....... 156 Heath, Marian ...,...... 241 Guerrero, Carol .....,.. 20 241 Hall, Nancy ....... 64, 97 247 Harriman, Mrs, Sally ..... 161 Heath, Ron ........... 73, 183 Guild, Dave .,.... 71, 139 235 Hall, Richard ........,.. 229 Harris, Franklin .129, 143 243 Heeim, Rosalind ....... 95, 217 Gulich, Charlotte ......... 247 Hall, William. . ...... 217 Harris, Fred ...... 129 240 Hecim. Sandy. .... 75, 115, 183 Gulley, Paulette ,......... 183 Halley, Gary ............ 230 Harris, James. , . .127, 143 241 Hedin, Bob ............. 183 Gundaker, Robert .... 134, 135, Halley, Stanley ........... 231 Harris, Judy ...... 105, 183 Hedke, Chuck. .......... 244 183 Hallmann, Clark.106, 138, 217 Harris, Priscilla .... 217 Hedke, George, ...,,... . 233 Gundaker, Robert .... 134, 135, llallmann, Robert ..., 107, 139, Harrison, George. . . . . 237 Hecllund, Bruce ....... 96, 217 183 241 Harrison, Judy .......... 217 Hedlund, Pat ...... 93, 97, 237 Gunklc, Mennow M.. . . . . .156 Halsall, Carol ........ . . . 217 Harrison, Robert. , 119 238 Heffernan, Sharon. . . . . . . ,237 Gunn, Donna ......... . . .241 Halsall, Nancy .......... 183 Harshbarger, Judy. ,... . . 183 Hegstrom, Carolyn ....... .217 Gunn, Robert ...... 72, 92 216 Hambrie, Doris ....,.. 102 241 Harthun, Dora ..... . . . 163 Hegstrom, Nancy ......... 183 Gunus, Cherie ...,... . ..,. 231 Hambric, Robert ........ 183 Hartley, .Indy .......,... 217 Heimlich, James .......... 165 Gurganus, John .,..,....., 216 Hamilton, Diane ...... 89 217 Hartman, Glenda ........ 237 Heimlich, Tom .... 81, 132, 232 Gustavson, Dennis ..... , . .216 Hamilton, Joe ..... .... 2 17 Hartman, Sylvia .... .... 2 17 Hein, Carol .......... 102, 242 Gustavson, Don .......... 242 Hamilton, Judy .......,.. 183 Hartter, Lavonne ......., 231 Hein, Gayle ..... 103, 104, 183 Guzaski, William ..... 107 234 Hamilton, Virginia ......, 232 Hartwig, Carolyn ........ 217 Heintz, Raymond ......... 238 Gwiazda, Janice .......... 183 Hammonds, Madeline.102 244 Harvey, Joan ......., 166 183 Heise, Fred .............. 246 Hampton, Sharon ...... 51 71, Harvey, LaVerne ......... 217 Heitmann, Gayle ......... 169 da 81, 103, 104, 217 Harvey, Ted ...... .... 2 17 Heitmann, Glenn ...., 106, 244 Haak, Larry. ,, ........... 236 Hampton, Yvonne ........ 234 Haser, Ann ........ . . . .235 Hellmann, Pamm ...... 18, 50, Haak Sandra ....... old. .216 llanaeek, Louis ...... ... 169 Hasier, Richard.. .. . . . .217 71, 100, 137, 233 259 INDEX -Continued Hellmann, Pete ...,.... 79, 183 Hill, Delores ........, 104, 228 Holmes, Gary .... 118, 137, 232 Hurley, Colette ..... .... 1 57 Helmuth, Norma ......,. 217 Hill, Diana ......,.,..... 238 Holtz, Charles. . , .30, 122, 185 Hurley, John .....,,.. . . .217 Helsly, Barbara. . .82, 141 228 Hill, Dorothy. . . . . ...... 243 Holtz, Christie .4,..... 92, 105, Hutchings, Rich ...... . . . .233 Helton, Bob ......,.. .73, 183 Hill, Mrs. Nadine ....... . 156 120, 185 Hutchins, Sherwood ....... 232 Hemmerling, Bill ........ 217 Hillman, Art .........,... 244 Homer, Dean .... 106, 115, 243 Hutter. David ....,,.,,,., 185 Hemmerling, Carol .,,.... 240 llillman, Martha ..... 217, 227 Hoover, .lease .....,..... 185 Hutter, John ..,.,..,, 137, 246 Hemmerling, Robert ..... 241 Hills, Jeanette ..,........ 156 Hoover, Herbert ..... 117, 131, Hutter, Judy ...... 31, 115. 217 Hemstreet, Barbara ...... 217 Hinch, Garda .... ..,. 2 17 136, 217 Henderson, Lois. . ....... 156 Hines, Merrie .........,. 246 Hoover, Louis. . . ,..,. 217 I Henderson, Michael ...... 217 Hinkey, Tom .,........ 52 70, Hopkins, Lyle ..... . . . 157 Iglinski, Kenneth. . . . . .217 Henderson, Terry ...... 97, 247 111, 166, 167, 185 Hopman, Brenda ..,. . . . 242 Ippel, John, ....,. , . ,242 Hendrickson, Charlene. . . 248 llinklc, Dan .......,...,, 246 Hopman, Bruce ..., , . . 234 Irby, Gloria ..... . . .240 Hendrickson, Theo .,,.... 183 Hinrichs, Donald .... . . 217 Hopman, Margo ......,.. 120 Irzyk, Barbara .... ..,. 2 34 Henning, Ron .,,.,.... 56, 244 Ilirschman, Roger ...,... 217 Horak, George ..,........ 185 Irzyk, Sharon. . . . . . 185 Henrich, Valerie, , .,... 64, 72, Hlavatovich, Edwin. , . . . 242 Hornok, Patricia .......,. 217 Isbell, Sharon. . . . . , .217 81, 97, 217 Hobbs, Kay ........,,... 233 llorsfall, Vic ,.... . . . .136, 138 Isenberg, Alice ..., . . . 237 Henricks, William ......,. 247 Hocaver, Don .......,.,. 185 llorsley, Sandra ......... 217 Ivens, Susan ......,...... 217 Henricson, Barbara .,.... 166 Hock, Robert ........ 106, 217 Horton, Lea ............. 230 Ivers, Lavern ....,....,.,, 218 Henry, Ethyl. ., ..... .... 2 32 Hodge, Diane. . , , ,,.... 217 Hough, Richard. . .72 129 234 Iwema, Larry ..,.,..... 53 70, Henry, Wilfred ...... 117, 125, Hodge, Jay ..,. . . . . 217 llouk, Kendall ,...... .98, 100, 111, 125, 167, 185 136, 217 Hodges, Eula. . . , ..., 217 101, 166, 185 Iwinski, Barbara. ......., 185 Henshaw, Marilyn ...,... 242 Hoebel, Holly .... . . . 17, 103, Housman, Marty ..,.., 71, 185 lwinski, Stella. . . .... . . ,245 Hering, Bonnie ..,.. ..... 2 38 107, 228 Hovanes, Sharon ...,...... 217 Herman, Carol ,...... 217 248 Hockstra, Alice ...... , . 237 Howard, Delores ..... . . . 217 I Herman, Christopher. . 137 230 Hoekstra, Marilyn ....... 246 Howard, Joseph. . . . . . 244 Jabaay, Bonnie ......., 66 218 Herman, Kenneth.81, 107 234 Hoekstra, Shirley .....,,. 185 lloward, Peggic .,.,., ,... 2 17 Jabaay, Cheryl ........... 247 Herman, Sheryl .......... 217 Hocse, .Iohn .....,... . . . 246 Howe, Beverly ...,,..... 157 Jabaay, James. . . .... . . . 247 Hernandez, Florence .,..,, 185 Hoese, Sandra ........... 217 Howell, Linda ........... 185 Jack, Carolyn .... 75, 105, 185 Hernandez, Lawrence ..,. 230 Hoest, Patricia ..... 71, 72, 217 Ilradek, Gloria .... 77 105, 185 Jack, Nancy. . .70, 74, 115, 234 Hernandez, Mike ...... . . 230 Hoffman, Jean ......,..,, .91 Hryn, .Iohn .........,... 233 Jacks, Julie .......... 107, 228 Hernandez, Rita .... 64, 97 217 Hoffman, Judy ....,... 74, 217 Huddlestun, T. B. ,,.. 117 157 Jackson, Anita ...,....... 243 Herr, Ted .,...... 98, 100 185 Holiman, Mike ..... .. ,27, 185 Hudson, Robert. , 118, 217 231 Jackson, Calvin.. .., . . . . .218 Herring, Sherreldene ,... . .244 Hoffman, Wilma ,..,. .... 2 17 Huegel, Sharon ...,,....., 243 Jackson. Carole ...,.. 103, 105. Herron, Dorothy .....,... 242 Hogan, Michele ....... 71, 217 Huenink, Mrs. Lucile. ..,. 163 120, 1-10, 166, 185 Herron, Irene .,,..,., 102 240 Hogeveen, Deanna ,..., .. 245 Huetter, Fred. ,......,,.. 217 Jackson, Eddie .....,..... 233 Hesseling, Sandra ........ 243 Hoggard, Ellen ..... , ,... 244 Huffman, Jim ....... . , . ,231 Jackson, Edythe ....... 29, 232 HGUCF, Jim ....... .... 2 47 Hohmann, Phil ,...... 519, 100, Hufnagel, Joseph ......,. 217 Jackson, Iara .....,....... 229 Heuring, Ellen .........., 247 101, 166, 168, 185 Huizenga, Mary Lou ...... 217 Jackson, James ....,..,,. 218 Hearing, Richard ....,,,.. 229 Hoholik, Barbara .... .... 2 17 Hulsey, Betty. . .......... 217 Jackson, Leroy. . . . .118, 133, Hewitt, Donna. ..,...... 236 Hoholik, Mrs. Eleanor, , . . .44 Hulsey, Yolanda .......... 217 137, 233 Hickinbotham, Ronald, . . .234 Holata, Jeanne ...... ,,.. 2 46 Humbles, Howard .... 135. 244 Jackson. Overton ....,.... 235 Hickman, Warren ....,. 89 217 Holata, John ............ 236 Hunt, Linda ............. 231 Jackson, Ruth. . . .95, 120, 218 Higgins, Lawrence ,,... . . 185 Holem, Sandra .......... 237 Hunt, Oscar ....... , . . . .217 Jacobie, Daniel ...,....... 218 Higginson, YVilliam ....... 217 Hollis, Marjorie ..,.... 7l, 246 Hunter, Fred . . . .,., 185 Jacobs, Christopher .... 27, 72, Hildreth, Ruth ....,... 97 246 Holloway, Douglas .... 137, 242 Hunter, Scott. . . . ,230 85, 166, 167, 185 Hill, Andrew ..... .... 2 43 Holmer, Thomas ......... 237 Hupe, Larry. . . . . .53 Jacobs, Dan ....,,...,... . 169 Congratulations B SC H R ADIO From Sales and Service 60 E. 154th EDison 3-0400 FRED'S RESTAURANT Admiral 1 W. 137th and State . 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Jankowski, Betty ...... 72 106,141,218 Janoelia, Janice. . .58, 115 Jansmn, Robert .......,.. Janus. Gail ..... ,. .120 J anzer, Jackie ..., . .... . Jaques. Darlette ......... Jareeki. Barbara. ,.... 86, 218 Jarog, Gene ,... . ..., 19, 134, 185 Jarogz. Sharon ........... Jarosz, Jim ....,,.... 122 Jarosz, Philip ........ 106 Jarosz, Robert. . ,122, 137 Jarrett, Marguerite ...... Javers. Diana ........... Jaworski, Judy ..., . . . Jaynes, Charles .... ..... Jeffery, Craig. . . . . . .31 Jenkins, Ed ..... ..., 2 4 Jenkins, Jerry. . . Jenkins, John ......... 23 Jenkins, Karen ..,..,.... Jennings, Delbert .,.... 98 Jensen, Nancy ..... .,... Jensen, Roy ...., Jeray, John ..,. 1 1 1 238 185 185 71, 104 218 229 218 218 236 243 185 236 218 243 185 169 80, 228 237 185 185 233 185, 122, 229 235 244 185 243 218 185 247 185 157 218 157 218 232 247 169 .218 INDEX--Continued Jerdingz, Mike ....,.,. 118, 231 117, 134, 212, 218 Kala, Robert ......,...... 218 Jerz, Frank ......,...... 231 Johnson, Violet ,......... 185 Kalesnekolf, Irene ,... ..70, 71, Jerz, Howard ....,,.,.,... 233 Johnson, Wayne .,.... 139, 240 103, 107, 230, 233 Jeske, Ed ..,...., 119, 127, 244 Johnson, William ....,... 218 Kaleta, Janet ,... .... . ,. 231 Jessen, Donna ..... 70, 110, 185 Johnston, Eugene ..... 119, 246 Kalinowski, Ted. , .... . . . 241 Jessen, Maureen, . .71, 102, 242 Johnston. James ..... . . , . 218 Kallen, Kathy ...,... . . . . 237 Johansen, Jean ......... , .248 Jolgren, April ,,,,,,...... 218 Kaminski, Bernard .... 139 187 Johnsen, 1Vi1liam ......,.. 235 Jollilf, Charles, . .119, 127, 137 Kaminski, Gerald .... 122, 123, Johnson Allen .,.,.... 66, 117, Jones, Carol ...,...,. 232, 234 136, 137, 218 121, 131, 136, 137, 185, 226 Jones, Frances ...... ,..., 2 18 Kaminski, Pat .........., 218 242, 248 Jones, Joe ...... ........ 2 30 Kaminski, Sharon ........ 233 Johnson, Barbara ......... 243 Jones, Lynn ........,. 102, 240 Kamphenkel, William . 127, 242 Johnson, Carl .,.......... 247 Jones. Margo ..,. 103, 105, 187 Kamykowski, Carol. . ,91, 137, Johnson Charles ..... 218, 245 Jones, Priscilla ......,..,. 237 187 Johnson, Dennis ,...., 100, 233 Jones, Rebecca .....,.. 15 66, Kane, James ....... ..... 1 57 Johnson Eileen ...... , .... 247 70, 105, 187 Kane, Lorraine ..,., . .... 218 Johnson, Fern ........ 27, 103, Jones, Robert .,...., 106, 187, Kanellakes, Ted ...,...... 187 104, 120, 185 242, 247 Kanslicld, Carole ...,.... 187 Johnson, Fred ..... ..., 2 40 Jones, Roger .......,.... 229 Karlsen, Eileen, ...... 104 218 Johnson Helen ..... .... 2 29 Jones, Ruth .......... 157, 218 Karlson, Sylvia .,..... 102 240 Johnson Howard. . . .... 185 Jones, Sharon ...... 91, 97, 218 Karsten, Sue. . .50, 70, 106 218 Johnson, Janet .... .... 2 45 Jones, Tom ..,... 119, 133, 241 Karwacki, Edward ,....... 237 Johnson, Joan. . . ....,, 248 Jones. Veronica .......... 242 Karwatka, Betty ..,.,... 247 Johnson Karen ........ 94, 230 Jones, Wanctta .......... 234 Kasprzak, Sandra ...... 76 187 Johnson Kathy ....... 37, 235 Jordan, Deborah .... .... 2 31 Kasten, Pat. ..,. . . .71, 91 218 Johnson LaVerne ..... 45, 218 Jordan, Gary .... ..., 2 41 Kastory, Bernard ......,. 246 Johnson Leonard ..... 72, 128, Jordan, Rose ...... .... 2 29 Katzberger, John .... . . . . 237 136, 138, 166, 185 Jordan, Sherrie .... ..., 2 33 Katzbergcr, Patricia ....., 187 Johnson Leslie ........ 98, 99, Jordan, Vurniee. . . .,.. 228 Kauffman, Orrel ........ . 218 141, 218 Jorsr-h, Colin ...... .... 2 18 Kaufman, Ken .......... 235 Johnson Morris. ,118, 137, 243 Jostes, Marilyn .... ..., 2 32 Kaur, Donna ..,... . .59 78, Johnson Norlaine ........ 177 Junkune, John ..... .... 2 18 105, 107, 187 Johnson Pat ..... . .,.,... 247 Jurate, Betty ...... . . . 233 Kavanaugh, Lynne ,,... 75, 91, Johnson Raylene ,.,. ..... 2 18 Jurek, Gerrie ....... .,.. 1 69 105, 187 Johnson Richard ..... 121, 229 Jurewicz. Donald, . . .... 242 Kavelaras, Elaine. . . . . . . . .234 Johnson, Robert ..,... 89, 133, Jurewir-z, Jerome ..,,...... 187 Kavis, Jane ........ 29, 87, 234 157, 218, 245 Juskcvice, Joanne ...... 15, 187 Kavis, Janice ....... .,.. 2 43 Johnson Roger ...,....... 244 Justin, Larned ...,. ...... 1 87 Kavis, John ..,.. ..... , . .238 Johnson, Ronald ...., 107, 118, Kee, Linda ..,,...,.....,. 218 126, 232 K Keefner, Vllilliam .......... 218 Johnson, Ruth ......., 97, 248 Kadlec, Darlene ......,. 59, 70, Kceling, Marv. . .125, 136, 218 Johnson, Sandy ,..... 102, 218, 71, 74, 87, 115, 166, 187 Kcever, Robert .... ......, 2 18 231, 238 Kaegbein, Pat .,,.,,...... 229 Kehart, Rose ......,...... 157 Johnson, Sharon .....,.... 218 Kagemann, Lawrence ..... 218 Kehoe, Doug ........,..,. 238 Johnson, Stephen. .,.., 82, 246 Kninrath, Sandy. .120, 137, 218 Kelderhouse, David .....,. 244 Johnson 'Ferry ........ 82, 87, Kaiser, Richard ......,... 218 Kellbach, Robert. . .... 234 261 INDEX-Continued Kelleher, Virginia 4........ 238 Kielbasa, Carol. .......... 218 Kocher, Sundae ,,.. . . .187 Koster, Evelyn .... . . ,236 Kelley, Geralynn. . .20, 89 218 Kiepura, Joanne .......... 169 Koch, Mike ...... . . .218 Koster, James ...., . . .230 Kelley, Judy ........,. 89 218 Kiepura, John .... ,,.... . 218 Kocsis, Betty, .... . . .248 Koster, Mildred. . . . . . . 189 Kellock, Hazelene .......,. 240 Kiepura, Marian ...... 102 244 Kocsis, Karen ....... . . .218 Kovacic, Bette. . . . . . . . . 219 Kellogg, Dreina .,......... 218 Kigas, Estelle .........,. 218 Koedyker, Harry .... . . .161 Koves, lVilliarn. . .... 136, 138, Kellogg, NValter ...... 133 242 Kikkert, Gail ..... . . .78 187 Koehler, George. , . . . . . .218 219 Kelly, Nancy ..., ...... 2 46 Kimbro, Don ..... ,... 2 32 Koehler, Sherry, .,........ 248 Kowalczyk, Betty ...,.... 189 Kelly, Rose. , . .... 218 King, Chris. . . . , . 248 Koeller, Charmaine ,...... 232 Kowalczyk, Ursula. . , . . . . 240 Kelly, Tom .... .... 2 37 King, Dianne ,........... 237 Koelling, Karen ..,.... 71, 218 Kowalczyk, Walter .... 119, 245 Kelsey, Steve. . . .... 240 King, Ronald ............ 244 Koestcr, Arnold .......... 151 Kracik, Claude ......, 14, 113, Kemp, Dean ....., , . . .187 King, R. V.. .118, 133 136, 232 Koester, Gary ....... 119, 127, 117, 134, 219 Kemp, Virgil ..,.......... 187 Kingman, Bonnie ......,. 241 238, 242 Kraft, Sherry .... ,........ 2 37 Kempfer, Dennis ......... 231 Kingsland, Mary Ann .... 187 Kogut. Dennis ..,........ 232 Krantz, Sharon ...... ,91, 189 Kendall, VVayne .... 71, 97 236 Kinsey, Florence .....,... 239 Kohl, Kathy. .,... 71, 102, 242 Krass, Dave ........ 128, 189 Kender, Donna ......., 77 187 Kipfer, Judy ......., .77, 187 Kolberg, Charlotte ........ 236 Krass, Wayne. . . .117 136, 219 Kendys, Norman ......,.. 187 Kipley, Janet .......... 17, 63, Kolenda, Elaine ....... 97, 236 Krause, Bette ........... 189 Kennedy, Eddie .... .... 2 18 75, 105, 115, 167, 187 Kolodziej, Fred ........... 187 Krause, Judy, ...... , .... 231 Kennedy, Jean ...., .... 2 31 Kirkby, lVilliarn ..... 122, 231 Kolton, Dave ,,...... 119, 133, Krauter, Edith .... 93 106, 219 Kennedy, Mariann. . . ...,. 246 Kirkland, Betty ..... 102, 245 137, 244 Kracek, Judith ........... 219 Kennedy, Shirley. . . .... 232 Kisler, Robert ....... 136, 187 Kolus, Phillip ......... 98, 187 Krech, Don, ..... 106 133, 234 Kenney, John .,... .... 2 36 Klecha, Pat ............. 187 Komers, Frank E ...,,... . ,219 Kreeh, Ronald. . .106 133, 231 Kenote, Ronald .... .... 2 18 Kleckner, Ernest.117, 136, 187 Koneck, Judy ....,.... 91, 187 Kregcr. Barbara ..,.. 102, 242 Kent, James .... . . . .230 Kleekner, Gail ........... 244 Koneck, Marilyn .......... 231 Kren, Lois ...,.......... 219 Kern, Bob ...... . . .... 187 Kleekner, Jerry ...... ,88, 218 Konkol, Ronald. ...., . , . 187 Krga, Robert ....... 119, 247 Kern, Sharon ............. 244 Kleekner, Margaret ...... 162 Konsoer, Kenneth .... . . .219 Krick, Gordon. . .117, 128, 232 Kernagis, Tony. ......,.., 241 Klein, John. .114, 117, 136, 218 Kooy, Robert ...... . . .187 Krikau, Charles, .129, 130, 230 Kerr, Carole ....... 83, 93 187 Klein, Ronald ........... 187 Kooyenga, Janet .... . . .237 Krmpotic, John ........, 246 Kerr, Mike ........... ,72, 73, Kleinfelder, Carolyn ...... 187 Kooyenga, Robert ....... , 187 Krocker, Wayne ....... 71, 98, 87, 129, 137, 232 Kleinfclder, Janice ....... 237 Kopae, Charlotte. ..... 12, 64, 100, 101, 189 Kerr, Pat ....,........... 169 Kleinz, Kathy .... 77, 141, 187 70, 120, 219 Krol, Delores ....... . . .238 Ketelaar, Gerald. ..,...... 246 Klenk, Robert. . . .... 119 241 Kopae, Terrie. . .17, 52, 63, 70, Krol, Diane .... . . . 245 Ketsios, Zoe ....... 65, 94 239 Kleteeka, Barbara.74 137 218 120, 166, 167, 187 Kroll, Ralph. ..,. ..... 1 89 Kettering, Judy .,..,... 75, 98, Kloinpmaker, Gay ..,.. 51 72, Kopilash, Helen .......... 169 Kroll, Sharon ......,..., 232 105, 187 97, 137, 237 Kopilash, Robert. . ....,.. 236 Krone, Vince. .....,.. 137 219 Ketterson, Ellen ...... 106 240 Kloppenburg, Betty, , .... 247 Koprowski, Kenneth ,..... 219 Kroon, Joyce .........,.. 219 Keys, Marilynn ........... 218 Klotz, Anna ......... . . 163 Kortum, Dennis .......... 236 Krueger, Glen ........... 189 Keys, Pamela ..... .... 2 18 Knapp, Walter ...... . . 234 Koseielski, Cedric. ...,. 89, 219 Krueger, Patricia ...... , . 219 Kickert, Arlene. .......... 218 Kneeland, Marjorie ....., 218 Kosek, Sherry ....... 103, 104, Krueger, Shirley ...... 104 219 Kickert, Howard .......... 218 Kneeland, Wayne ...... 62 241 141, 234 Krueger, Thomas, . ...... 189 Kickert, Lynda ........ 97 246 Kneeland, Willard ....... 218 Kosinala, Robert ......... 243 Krummick, Karen ....... 231 Kickert, Terry ...,.... 82, 117, Kniaz, Robert. .......... 230 Kossak, John ...... . . .244 Kruse, James. ,.... . . 238 131, 213 Knight, Barbara .... , . 106 238 Kossak, John. ..... ..... 2 44 Kruse, Joan ...... . . 169 Kiefer, Bernard ...,...... 236 Knight, John ..... ....., 2 18 Kossett, Janice .....,..... 187 Kruse, Leland .... . . . . 245 Kiel, Kathy ........ 50, 99 187 Knox, Jim ..... .,.. 2 36 Kostanski, Robert ........ 248 Kruse, Ray .....,..... 88 189 Kiel, Mark .............. 246 Koch, Kathy. . . . . .218 Koster, Don .....,... 128, 219 Krygier, Roman ........ . 189 Kielanowicz, Beverly ,... . 241 Koch, Ted .... . . 247 Koster, Douglas .......... 219 Kulilnian, Donald, . . . . .189 i. 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PUBLISHERS 75 EAST 154TI-I ST., HARVEY INDEX-Continued Kuiken, Frank, . . . .... 236 Lange, Diana ............ 219 Lcarmouth, Lauralee. .99, 100, Lewis, Frances ........ . . . 189 Kulik, Susan. ..,.. .... 2 19 Lange, James . . ,1, 72, 80, 219 231 Lewis, Herman ....... 143 229 Kummer, Nancy .... ..., 2 36 Lange, Karleen. , .,.,.,.,. 248 LeClaire, Leonard. . . .... 240 Lewis, James ..... . . . . . . 247 Kunz, Irving .,,.,. .... 2 48 Lange, William. ....,..... 189 Lee, Barbara ............, 189 Lewis, Jean ...... .... 1 57 Kupcr, George ..... .... 1 57 Langenherg, Don ...,..... 242 Lee, Dclorris ......,.,.... 244 Lewis, Judy ............. 189 Kuranda, Pat. , . .... 240 Langcnberg, lfred ..... 80, 142, Lee, Diane ...... 102, 137, 240 Lewis, Michael ....,... 96 248 Kuta, Delores ....., ,.,. 1 89 219 Lee, James ....,...,,...,. 238 Lewis, Richard .... ,... 1 89 Kuta, Tom .............., 219 Langholaf, Sue .....,.. 102, 244 Lee, Joseph. .,....... 133, 245 Lewis, Sharon ........... 191 Kutsenda, Robert, .......,. 189 Lanham, Carol ........... 231 Lee, Margaret. , ...... 91, 189 Lieina, Joann ........... 232 Kwaiter, Kathy. ., ......,. 246 Lanman, Wilma ........ , .219 Lee, Pat.71, 72, 74, 87, 189 219 Lieb, Dorothy ........,.. 157 Kwasny, John .... 81 134 219 La Pat, Anselm .........., 237 Lee,Sharon ......... .,.. 2 30 Lielir, Doug. . .31, 72, 106 219 Kwasny, Mary Jane. 18 230 Lapertosa, Mrs. Rosemary.157 Leensvaart, John.118, 133, 233 Liehr, Paul .......... 153 157 Kyle. Velie .....,....,.... 240 1,aPlantc, Walter ........, 233 Leidinger, Erika ..... , . . .219 Liestman, Billie ,.......,. 191 Kysiak, Geraldine ....,.... 189 Laljointe, Cathy ....... , . ,219 Leinweber, John ..... .... 2 46 Liestman, Connie .... . .98 241 Kysiak, Richard .... .... 1 89 Larkin, VVilliani. . . . .231 Lemmon, Bob ..... ..., 1 57 Lifvendahl, lXIrs. Sara. , . . 157 Kyzner, 1Yilliam. . . .... 189 Larsen, llarie .... . . .189 Lendi, Carmen .,.. .... 2 31 Liggins, Leonard. ..... . . . 219 Larsen, Terry. . . . . .242 Lendi, James ,....... .... 2 32 Ligler, Charles ..., . . . 234 Larson, Ann ..... . . .219 Lendi, John 189 ,..,. .... 1 89 Ligler, Lenore .... . , . 219 L Larson, Brad ..... .. .232 Lendi, Ron ......... 133, 229 Lilley, Linda ...... ..., 2 19 Laatseh, Mir-hael ......... 231 Larson, James .... . . .219 Lerkszus, Donald .... .,.. 2 47 Lilligan, Dennis .....,.... 238 LaBanea, Rosemarie ....., 242 Larson, Joan ...., . . .244 Lennox. lVilliaui ..... .... 2 48 Lincoln, Larry ......... 98 219 Labno, Therese ....... 104 140 Larson, Linda ......,.,... 244 Lentz, August ..... 12, 128 219 Lindlieek, Doris ......... 191 Lahuda, Bolt .... , , .,...., 245 Larson, Lon ..... ....,.... 2 33 Lentz, Nancy ...,,... .... 2 37 Lindell, Eugene ........., 233 Lagestee, James ...,... 96 248 Larson, Blrs. Thelma ...... 162 Lentz, Sue .......... 168 169 Lintlell, Gary .... 126, 135 234 Lagestee, Robert. ,.... 89, 189 LaRue, Joan ........, 137 243 Leonards, Judy ...... . . , .241 Lindsay, Allan. . ,117, 136 191 Laging, Betty ..... ..... . 233 LaRue, Judy ............. 231 Leonhardt, Barham.. .... 189 Lindsay, Fred ....... 125 219 Lahti, Norman. . . . . , .157 Lasdo, Sandra .... ,.... 2 42 Lel'ore, James. ..... 133 244 Linmlskog, lhlarilyn. . . 104 191 Laing, Judith. . . ..,. 219 Lass, Eva .......... . . .165 LePore, Tom ........ ..,. 1 89 Lindstroni, Carl ......... 219 Laird, George. . . .... 157 Lassen, Maureen .......... 219 Lcppert, Rose. . . . .... 164 Lindstrom, Lynn. . . . . . . 242 Lake, Ted ....... ...... 1 89 Latour, Arthur ......,.... 236 Lercher, George ..... .... 1 57 Ling, Vieki .,.. . . . ..,... 219 Lakomy, Robert .....,. 98, 189 Lattz, Judy. .... .,.. 1 06, 219 Lesniek, Richard .,... ,.., 1 89 Linse, James ............ 169 Lamar-ki, Ted ........ 119 241 Lau, Janet ....... . . .79 189 Lester, Bernard ...... ..., 2 38 Lintner, Earl ......,. 107, 122, Lambert Alice ....... 102, 245 Lziu, llarilynn .... .... . 233 Lester, Dan ......... .95 189 137, 231 Lambert, Carol .,,...,.... 219 Lau, Noel .......... . . .219 Lester, Diana ....... .81 237 Linz, Jean ....... .. .18 238 Lambert, Judith ..... , .... 219 Laube, Richard ..... .,... 1 89 Lester, Virginia. . .82, 106, 219 Lipps, Harold .... . . .23 191 Lambert, Virginia ....,.... 230 Lauder, Rita ..... ....., I 89 Letke, Bud .......... .... 2 40 Liptok, Dianne .... .... 2 43 Lamp, Richard ..... .... 1 89 LaVett, 1'Illen .......,. 12 219 Letke, John ,........ .... 2 19 Liptok, Joseph. , . . . . 165 Lamphear, Joan ...,...,.. 233 Lawhorn, Gerald .... ...,. 1 89 Letman, Bert ........ .... 2 31 Liss, Gene, .... . . . 240 Landis, Jaek. ..... . . .56 232 Lawliorn, Lloyd .... , . ,247 Letzseh. Steve ....... .... 1 89 Liss, Karen .... , . . 241 Landis, Joan. . . . ..., 219 Lawrence, Charles ........ 157 Letzsch, Vl'arren. . .12, 142 219 Liston, Ray .... , . . . . 240 Landis, Linda .... , .... 230 Lawrence, Kay ........ 63, 75, LeYalley, William. . . .... 235 Liszka, Edward ..., . . . . 191 Landowski, Mary.. , .... 165 99, 140, 166, 169, 189 Levato, William ..... .... 2 33 Liszka, Nancy ........... 191 Landowski, Pat ..... .... 2 I9 Lazaros, John .....,..,.,. 219 LeVon, John ........ .... 2 19 Liszka, Vl'alter ....... 119 244 Landowski, lVilliam ....... 219 Lea, Paul ....,..,.,...... 189 Lewandowski, Ken. . . .... 240 Litcher, Dale .... . .... , . 238 Landry, Phyllis ....... 102, 242 Leach, Priscilla ..... ..... 2 35 Lewis, Dwight ....... 114, 117, Liteher, Don ..... . . .73, 191 Lane, George ...... ...... 2 32 Leaks, Helen ..,.. 240 121, 136, 160, 189 Little, Arthur ,.., .... 2 19 263 INDEX- Continued Livermore, Rich. . . . . .242 Ludwig, George ..,... 128 219 Maher, Martin. , ..,,.. 230 Marrs, -'Mkt ' 12' 70, 73 191 Livingstone, James. .. .... 238 Luker, Barbara ........... 191 Mahl, Bonnie ..4..,..... 169 Marshall, Dennis, ...,.. 59, 94, LoBue, Linda. ,,......... 229 Luksis, Jean ...... .....,. 2 37 Mahl, Judi ........ 18, 60 219 105, 107, 166, 191 Lockhart, 1Vilniouth .,.... 165 Lunde, Peter ......... 129 244 1X4ahone, Arthur ...,..,.. 191 MarS1la11. -181019 4-.--4 , A , 4 ,229 Logan, Carol .,....,...,.. 169 Lundin, Gerald ,,.,.... 81 237 Maier, Judith ....,..., 71 244 Marshall, Karene ,... . . . . 231 Logan, Luann .72, 87, 110. 191 Lundin. Ivan .,......,,,, 219 Maisura, John ..... ..... 2 41 Marshall, MacArthur .... 229 Logan, Renee .... 103, 104, 191 Lundmark, Gary ..... 128 219 Malia, Sandy .,..,.. ,. . 219 Marshall, Maureen .... 71, 235 Logsdon, Dr. James D. .55, 67, Lundstrom, Ronald ....... 238 Makaryk, Walter. . . , . . 220 Marshall, Michael .... . . . 191 146, 153 Lundstrom, VValter .,,..., 219 Malito, Andy ...... . . . 220 ltlartch, Paula .,,. 98, 100, 240 Lohman, Penne .........., 233 Lusin, Marlene ........ 58 191 Mallard, Joseph ,... , . . 220 Martin, Barbara 44-4---- - 241 Lohman. Sandra ....... 85, 191 Luzar, Olga .......,...... 244 ltialin, Richard ..,. . . . 220 Martin, Ernest -------- H 233 Lohmeycr, DeVon .,.., 71 191 Lyle, Dartera ............ 245 Malone, John ..... ..... 2 20 Martin, Judy ...,...... l. . 226 Lohse, Claudius ...,...,. 191 Lyn:-h, Carol .,,...... 104 238 Malvin, Barbara ...,. 102. 243 Martin,Jul1us .... 119 137, 243 Lohse, Lois ,,..... , . ..,. 231 Lynr-h, John ,,.. ...... 2 32 Manasek, Laura ......... 240 Martin, Ra1D1l ----- - 220 Lojas, Matt .,., . . .118, 133, Lynch, Robert, .... ..,. 2 19 Elance, Bobby ..... .,,.. 2 43 lylartin, Sue ...,,,. 3, 191 137, 234 Lynch, James .... .... 2 42 Maneuso, Joe, ....... 118, 231 Martino, Bud .,... 89, 220 London, Sonny ....... 133 241 Lynn, Margaret, ..... .34, 75, Manderino, Cheryl ..,.... 220 Mashek, R0na1d- A - f 191 Long, Sherrill .... .,.... 2 44 103, 104, 191 Mandernak, Bob .,.... 73, 118, Maslanka, Ann .... , 248 Loose-, Norbert ....... 138 191 Lynn, Nancy ......... 104, 234 126, 135, 234 Mason, Ailine. . . . 244 Loose, VVilliam .......... 165 Lyon, Mrs Jessie ......... 164 Mangano, Judith .... ,... 1 91 lyiason, Don .,.,. . .191 Lopez, Alveira ............ 243 Lyon, Linda ...,...., 102. 232 Mangano, Norman .... 134, 220 Mason, Jim ,.,.... . .220 Lo Pi:-colo, Claudie ....... 169 Lyrla, John .,...... 26, 78, 191 Mangnus, Joanne .,,..... 231 Mason, Sharon ..., . 193 Loring, Candy ,,.. 71, 238, 248 Mangum, Bonita ..... 141, 191 Mason, Sue .......,., 102, 242 Lotz, Carol ............, 247 M Manguni, Doris .,.....,.. 169 M8SS1Ck, A119110 A A - 245 Lotz, Ellen. . ........ 227, 231 Macaluso, Rae ....... . , .191 Mann, Pain. . .56, 71, 107, 234 Mas:-sick, Diane. . .140 220, 227 Lotz, Patricia .... ..,,,. 1 91 Macander, Rose ..,... 102 233 Manning, Robert .....,.. 220 Massiek, James ...,,., 126, 234 Love, John ........ .... 2 40 Macander, Tom ..... 114, 117, Mansmith, Harold ...,... 243 Massoth, Ellen ...,.... 19 75. Lovingood, Ella ..... .... 2 29 136, 191 lianzi, Thomas ..... . . . 243 95, 106, 120, 220 227 Lovingood, Hattie ....... 229 Maclvcr, Sharon ,....... 191 Maodush, Carol. . , . . . 220 Masten, Pat, ....,... . , . . . 220 Lovison, Raymond ....... 238 Mack, Cheryl .,...... 102 241 Maranto, Tina ,,........ 229 Mastferson, Dan --AA A .137, 241 Lovison, Reginald ,,.. . . . 241 MacKay, Linda ..,. 96, 97 219 Marehino, Sandy. ,,... . . 220 Masterson, Don. . 137, 138, 242 Lowe, Jane ,..... 102, 103 244 MacKay, Marg'1ret.96, 97 248 Mareiniak, John ......... 220 Mathews, Demerise. ,.... 239 Lowenberg, Donna .... 90, 105, Maekel, Mary ..,......... 164 Marek, Bob ...., 118, 133, 234 Mathews, Doris ......... 220 191 Mackey, Jim ..,..., .117, 131, Marinewitz, Lorraine ..,.. 243 Biathews, Faith .,....... 220 Lowhorn, Betty .......,. 191 136, 219 Marionneaux, Arthur ...,. 228 Mathews, Marion .....,.. 234 Lowrey, Dolores ......... 219 Mackiewirz, Dan .... ..... 2 19 Mark, Barbara .......... 237 Mathews, Shirley ....,... 240 Loy, Dennis ,.... 111, 167 191 Maczka, Carol ,,.... . .82 228 Markee, Sue. ,72, 103, 107, 228 Mathieu, Mary.32, 61, 78, 193 Loy, James .,........... 242 Madajczyk, Anthony ...... 236 Markevicus, Carol ....... 191 Mathus, Wilma .......... 193 Lucas, Jack .... ....... 1 91 Maddalozzo, Karen ....... 191 Markoff, Arlene .,,,,.... 191 Matras. Carol ........... 230 Lucas, Lynne .... . . . 219 Madison, Ernest ..... .... 2 48 Markus, Donald .... . ,. 245 Matras, Roberta ....... 91 193 Lueas, Pat ...,. . . . 230 Nladon, Judy ...,.. ,,.. 2 19 1X4arkus, Gilbert ....,.... 220 Matthies, Linda ......... 220 Lucas, Robert ,.......... 169 Madon, Robert ........... 241 Marlette, Charles ......., 239 Matthias, Terry --------'- 244 Lucas, Susan ...,........ 219 Madsen, Norman .,....... 219 Marley, Milt ..,.. 134, 138 191 Matuska, Barbara .... 102 240 Lucas, Tom .,.... 133, 137 241 hiager, Dick ,.,... . .6, 15. 191 Marley, Wayne ..,.....,. 233 Matiiska, Beverly: ..... 13, 04, Lucas, Wvilliani .......... 191 Biapgnabosco, Jack ..,.,... 236 Marnie, Carol .......,... 242 72, 75, 70, 160, 193 Ludewig, Valerie ...,.. 82 219 Blaher, Jay ..... ..... 1 31 219 Ixiaroe, Barbara ,... . . . 230 Mauck, Rosalie .....,.. 94 220 Compfzmemiv qf Bef! Ufffhclf to ffl? 7 3 Clam of 60 4 1 -x w ROGERS IILVVILLLRS LOUARTS DRIVE IN Famous for Diamonds 138111 and Holsted Where All the Good 1-horntonites Meet for the lhlckesl Malts In Town 201 EAST 154TH STREET HARVEY 264 l 1 l "Athletes Conduct Themselves As Gentlemen At All Times" Congratulations the Class of NINETEEN HUNDRED AND SIXTY THE LETTERMEN'S CLUB INDEX --'Continued 1N'Iauer, Ray ..,....... 117, 193 Mr-Culloeh, Mrs. James .... 153 McNulty, James.1l9, 127 240 Miklas. Diedra , . . .,.. 248 Mauro, Patrick ........,.. 220 Mr-Culloch. Joan ....... 50, 51, Mr-Nulty, Karen ...,,. 102, 220 Mikes, Barbara ..,. .... 2 33 Maxwell, Craig .,... ,. , . .230 93, 107, 120. 234 MeRoberts, David, . . .98, 138, Mikes, Betty ..,,. . . . .240 hlaxwell, Judy ..,.. . . .220 Mi-Daniel, Bettie ...,..,. 193 220 hlikrut, Sandra ,... ,... 2 20 May. Janet .,.......,.... 169 McDaniel, Cainmie ..,. 93, 233 Melloberts, VVilliam ...... 193 Mikrut, Thomas. . . .... 220 hlayerchik, Nancy. .... 50, 220 McDaniel, David ......... 220 hieagher, Edith .......... 164 Mikus, Ron ..,... .... 2 38 hlayfield, Dave. .107, 129, 238 McDaniel, Louis ...... 136, 220 Means, Barbara ....,.. 97 238 hlilburn, Jerry .... .... 2 20 hiayfield, Mrs. Geraldine. .157 MeDill, Carol .,.. ...... 2 20 1XIech, Barbara .....,,... 244 hliles, Margaret ..... ..,. 1 57 lNIays, Calvin ............. 229 McDill, Laurel ..,.,.,, 10, 247 Mech, Dee .......,.,,.,. 193 hlilianta, Thomas ......... 238 Maysak, Judith ,....,. 97, 236 McDonald, Tim ...... 122, 220 Medlen, Brooks .,,... 119 243 Millard, Anne ............ 243 Mazurek, Diane ......... 242 McDougal, Mary ....,,.. 235 Medley, Bill ...,, . .,,,., 234 Millard, John ..,....,, 94 220 MeAlvey, Don.. .127, 138, 157 McFadden. Phyllis ....... 193 Meeter, Nancy, . . .... 236 Miller, Barbara ,,....,... .232 MeBay, James .......... 248 Melfadden, William, . .105, 193 Meeter, Wayne .......... 193 Miller, Berton ........,... 193 McBride, Ray ...,...,... 165 hiclfarland, Cathie ..,..., 232 Meier. Gunter .... .... 8 0, 193 Miller, Connie .... 50, 106, 220 McCabe, Hugh. . . . . 157 Mefieath, Jane .... 20, 102, 240 Meier, Warren ...., ..... 2 33 Miller, Carol .......,... . .193 hTcCabe, James ..... . . 220 1NIeGee, Patricia ..,.,..,, 237 Bleister, Beverly, . . ..., 220 Miller, Carolynn. .,... 83, 105, McCain, Robert ......,,,. 235 McGill, Larry .,... 57, 121 193 Meister, Karen .... .... 2 40 167, 193 McCaleb, Frank ,..,.,.... 233 Meflowan, VVilliam ...... 229 hielko, hliehael ..., ..... 2 20 hliller, Dennis .... 34, 107, 234 1IcCann, lNIarilou ...... 12, 52, lXIeGrory, Ann .,........ 193 Blelodye, Kirk ....,.,...., 245 Miller, Donald ....,.. 122, 220 61, 70, 115, 167. 193 Mellquham, Arnold ...... 238 Melonas, Irene ......... 59 86, lVIil1er, Dorothy .......... 220 1NIcCarroll, Douglas ....,.. 235 McKay, Charley ....,.... 220 106, 107, 220 Miller, Edward .... ..... 2 36 McCarthy, Rosemary ,,,.. 234 Melfeska, Maryanne ...,, 241 hlelonas, Pete .,.,..,.... 169 Miller, Hebert. .. . . . .245 1NIeCarty, hiae ........... 230 MCIQCBRH, Nancy ........ 193 Memmsheimer, Sheila .... 169 Miller, Janet ..... .... 1 93 McCaslin, Tom ,...... 72, 128, Mclieska, Sandy ......... 233 Menard, George. , ...,... 238 Miller, Jerry. . . . . . .220 166, 193 lXIeKibben. John ...... 81, 118, hlenard, Sandra ...,..... 193 Bliller, Joe, .... ...... 8 9 McCauley. Dennis ...,,,.. 220 125, 136. 230 Mendenhall, Carl 157 .... 157 Miller, Larry ,.... ....... 1 93 McCauley, George. .. . . .238 hIeKibben, Karen.71, 102 242 Merritt, Larry .....,.,. 82, 193 hliller, Laura .......,.. 97, 246 1VIcCauley, Patricia ..,.... 237 McKinney, Ali:-e ....... . 220 Mershon, Jacqueline ,..... 241 Miller, Nlargaret .......... 232 McChristie, Dave .... . . .234 McKinney, Lora ,,,... 104 245 Merwin, Jacqueline ....... 193 Miller, Michael .... ..., 2 31 McClellan, Karen ......... 220 hIeKinney, Ron ,..... 100, 230 Mesmer, Elroy ...... .... 2 35 Miller, Phillip .... ..., 2 36 McClellan, Sharon ....., . .230 Mc-Kinzie, Maria ...,...., 229 Mesmer, Judy .... ..,. 1 93 Miller, Robert .......,.... 193 McClure, Judith ,......... 241 M1-Laren, William ........ 193 Metro, James. .........., 244 Miller, Rodney, .... , ..... 247 MeC0nnaughay, Ellen.90, 235 McLaughlin, Diane ....... 220 Mewes, George ........... 220 Miller, Roger ...., 71, 232, 241 h4cConnaughay, Ken. . .56, 66, McLaughlin, Janet ..,.... 248 Mey, Phil .....,........., 220 Miller, Russel ..,.......,. 241 70, 79, 193 NIeLaughlin, Mike ....... 220 Nleyer, Joyce ...... 71, 99 193 Miller, VVarren .......,... 193 hieflonnell, John ....... 71, 72, McLean, Cynthia ...... 96, 236 Nleyer, lllarilyn. ,..... 99 238 Miller, VVayne ..... 59, 87, 113, 105, 128, 166, 193 hIeLean, Jerry .........., 238 Nleyer, Robert ........ ,193 114, 116, 117, 121, McCormick, Ivonell ....... 220 McLean, Maryanne ....... 193 Meyer, Shirley. ....... 236 131, 132, 134, 193 McCormick, Jerry. , . , . .240 MeLuckie, Eugene. . . . . .245 Michaels, Geraldine 193 Millsap, Donald. . . . . . . . . .242 McCorry, Richard ........ 242 MeLuekie, Judith .... . . .193 Miehalesko, George ....... 193 hlillsap, Kenny ........... 235 McCoy, Pamela .......... 220 Mr'Mahon, Diane .... . . .237 Michalesko, Henry. .220 Minogue, James. . . . . . . .241 McCoy, Sherron ,... 88, 91, 226 McMahon, James C ..... . . .157 Michalesko, Joe. . . .240 Mion, Pat ...... . . . . .91, 193 McCrind1e, Mary ..,...... 220 McMillan, Joan ........ 11, 50, Miehaleski, Michael ....... 231 Mirowski, Don .... ..... 2 32 McCullar, Julia ...... ,.... 2 40 70, 72, 81, 235 Miehor, Gary ...... ,245 Miskowicz, Vikki .... .... 2 20 lNIcCullar, Nona ,...... 30, 193 M1-Millan, Kenneth ....... 242 Michor, Sonja ..........., 230 Nlislich, Harold .........,. 243 McCulloch, James ........ 193 McNair, Marsha ..... . . ,235 Middleton, Robert ........ 232 Misner, Pamela ....... 97 238 265 INDEX-Continued Mitchell, Mrs. Ann ...... 157 Morris, Richard .......... 220 Murphy, Joan ......,.... 246 Nelson, Sheri .,.......... 238 Mitchell, Ilarold. . .66, 72, 195 Morrison, Coleen ..... 115, 195 Murphy, Richard ......., 195 Nelson, Susan ,,4.. 64, 102, 244 hiitehell, Inez ............ 230 Nlorrison, 1NIrs. Jane. . .72 158 . Blurray, Cat-hy ....,... 96 235 Nelson, Terry ......,.,.. 221 Mitchell, Linda .....,. 104, 243 hlorrison, Rudolf ..,...,.. 158 Nlussou, Genevieve ...... 158 Nelson, Tom .... ....... 2 38 Mitchell, Thomas ......,.. 239 Morrison, Virginia ......,., 93 Myers, Donald ...... . . 158 Nesbitt, Marie. ..... .... 1 95 Mize, Debbie ...... .... 2 44 Morrow, Gail ............ .221 Myers, John ....,. . . . 195 Nesci, Arlene ...,........ 233 Modrak, Carol ..... . . . 220 Morse, Eugene ........ 93 221 Myers, Peggy. . ..... . . 221 Neumann, Edward .... 66, 166, Modrak, Ted. ..,........ 195 Morse, Rodger .,.. .,.... 1 95 Myers, Sharon ........ , . . 221 195 Modschiedler, Larry ...... .220 Moser, Vicki ..,. .,.. 5 O 234 Myszkiewiez, Anita ...... 241 Newberg, John. . .122, 137, 234 Mohr, Nancy ........ 102, 242 Moss, Ken .............. 221 Newcomer, Gary ......... 236 Mollo, Janet .......... 96, 220 Mossell, Ruth .,....... 93 195 N Newenhouse, Judy ....... 247 Monroe, William .......... 240 Mossell, Thomas ....,..,.. 169 Nabors, Julius .....,.. 30, 195 Newman, Paula ....... 97, 221 Montgomery, Bonnie ..... 195 Mosser, Chuck.57, 98, 100 221 Nagel, Judy ,,... ........ 2 21 Newton, Calvin ......, 62, 243 Montgomery, Willard. .88, 220 Motley, Ronald, .......... 195 Nagin, Nancy ..... 71, 102, 244 Newton, Joel ..... 62 106, 221 Monts, Robert ......,.... 220 Mott, Mrs. Emma Jean. . .158 Nagler, Donald ........... 236 Nichols, Cindy ..... . .. 246 Monyko, John ....... 119, 246 Mott, Pamela ........, 82 221 Nape, Delores .,.......... 230 Nichols, Mike ........... 248 Mooney, John ..... ..,... 2 20 Mottinger, Jackie ...... 71 195 Nape, Leo .....,..,...... 231 Nicholson, Bruce. . . , .... 239 Moore, Barbara. . . ..... 195 Mraz, Tom ...........,... 247 Nardi, Nick ..... 117, 136, 221 Nicholson, George. . . .195 Moore, Charles J ...... 138, 158 Mrozek, Christine ......... 242 Nash, Peggy ............. 221 Nickerson, Leland .,...... 195 Moore, Constance ,.., 102, 245 Mrozek, Nanette. . . .... 195 Naszkiewicz, Roy ......... 221 Nieckula, Anita .......... 221 Moore, Donna ..... . .... 220 Mrozek, Richard .... . . . 231 Naszkiewicz, Tom. ....... 239 Nieckula, Cynthia. . . . . 229 Moore, Gale ..... .... 2 37 Mrozek, Ronald ......... 230 Nattsas, Albert C. ....... 158 Nieckula, Ronald ...,...., 195 Moore, Gary .,.... .... 2 20 Mrozowski, Rod .......... 221 Naylor, Mrs. Barbara ..., .82 Nieckula, Vicki ..... ..... 2 33 Moore, Gerald ..... .... 2 20 Mudore, Jeffery ......... 242 Naylor, Harry. ........... 228 Nielsen, Verna. . . . ,... 195 Moore, Gerene .... ..... 1 64 Muehring, Larry ..... 118, 126, Neal, Don, ......... . . 158 Niemann, Betty ,....,.,., 195 lloore, John ..,.,........ 243 135, 231 Neal, James ..... .... 1 95 Niemann, Ralph. ......... 230 Moore, Reginald ,... . . .98, 195 Muench, Linda .,.. ...... 1 95 Neal, Lindsay .... .,... 2 39 Niles, Chester ....,.,,. 46, 165 Moore, Sharon ........... 232 Muff, Valery ..,... .... 1 69 Neal, Marjorie .... . . 195 Nimon, Jenny. .....,. 115, 195 Mooth, Karen ........ 120, 220 Mulder, Darlene .... .... 2 21 Neal, Samuel ..... .... 1 95 Nisbet, Charlene ......,... 233 Morache, Fred. . .117, 134, 220 Mulder, Ron, ............ 242 Needham, Fred ........ 72 98, Nita, Phyllis ..... ..... 1 69 Moravek, Mrs. Edward. .. 153 Muldowney, IVendy .... 22, 74, 138, 166, 195 Noel, Celeste ..... ...,.. 1 58 Moravek, Linda ....,... 80, 98, 120, 137, 221 Needham, James. .98, 139 232 Noetzel, Lauren ...... 104, 238 99, 100, 106, 220 Muller, Fred.56, 71, 100 234 Nees, Marcia ......,...,, .72 Nolan, Harry ......... 10, 246 Moreau, Marianne ......, 236 Muller, Tom ............. 195 Neier, Claude ........... 248 Nolan, John .............. 232 Moresi, Emma. .64, 65, 76, 76, Mullins, Esther ........... 242 Neier, Marjorie .... . .... 195 Nolan, Pat ............ 12, 21, 166, 195 Biumford, Pam .... 45, 93 235 Neier, Ruby ...... ..... 2 37 63, 70, 72, 120, 195 Morgan, Irene ............ 220 Munger, Ann ....... 7, 71 221 Neilsson, Lynn. . . . . .96 235 Nolting, Carl .......... . . .244 Morganelli, Arthur. , .106, 115, Munn, John. 129, 130, 136 230 Neipp, Barbara ..,.. .... 2 21 Norby, William. ....,..... 244 142, 220 Munro, Linda ..... 50, 104, 245 Nelson, David. ..,.. . . 221 Norder, Barbara .... . . .221 Morgridge, Mary ........ 195 Munson, Janice .... 40, 80, 235 Nelson, Edward .... . . 242 Norene, Edwin. . . . . .158 Morlan, Lynn ........ 12, 136, Munson, Linda ....... 102 244 Nelson, Eleanore. . .. .... 158 Norrgran, Kay. . . . . . , .235 138, 195 Munt, Wayne. . . ....... 195 Nelson, Greg ..... .,... 2 48 Norris, Patricia ........ 71, 240 Morley, Phil ......... 117, 136 Munter, David .... .... 2 21 Nelson, Jean .... .... 1 07, 234 Norton, Bonnie ........... 231 Morosini, Carole .......... 236 Munter, Don ....... ...... 1 95 Nelson, Joyce .... ...... 2 41 Norton, Mrs. Eleanore .... 158 lXIori-is, Adrien .... ...... 2 20 BIurdock, Ramona .,...,.. 221 Nelson, Nancy ....,.... 39, 40, Norton, Patricia .......... 236 lNIorris, JoElIen ......,. 50, 233 1XIurdoek, Robert.133, 137, 235 58, 141, 247 Norton, Mrs. Ruby ....... 162 6 YOZ!Hg3DTiU6- n 162nd Sa State St. So. 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Dennis O'Brien.I O'Brien, O'C'onnor, O'Connor, Kathy. O'Connor, Roger.. O'C'onnor, Ronald. . . . . . O'Connor, Toni . .. Oedzes. Farole. .. Oehmke, Rohert . . Oestmann, Toni. . Oetjen, Loretta. . . Offdenkainp, John. . . Ohlert, lilmer .... Ohlsen. Rand .,.. O'Keefe, Arlette. , O'Keefe, Arthur ,... Olus, Nancy ...... Olesky, Stanley, , , . . . .. Olietti, Bernzuline ...... Olivares, Olga ..... Oliver, Ellie ..... J INDEX' -Continued . . .221 Olling, Ursula .....,... 12, 70, Par-holski, Steve ,......... 246 1 artner, f'laudia. .. . . . .237 . . .238 74, 80, 93, 107, 228 Paeyira. Carol .,...,...... 197 Parton, 1Valter. . . . . . .241 105, 195 Olsen, John ..,....,,. 106, 244 Pac-yga, Ronald. .1l9, 137, 242 Parzygnot, Voni. . ....... 241 . . .221 Olsen, Larry ....... ,...... 2 38 Par-yga, VVi1liam .......... 221 Pasilas, Joan. . . ........ 221 . , .231 Olsen, Richard ........... 221 Page, Mary .............. 221 Pastor, 1"rer1 .... .... E 14, 122, . . .247 Olson, Edward 17. ..... 78, 158 Pagzel. Glenn ..... . . .197 137, 230 . . .247 Olson, Gail ........... 102, 229 Pagliero, Marilyn. . . ..... 221 Pataki, Larry. , . , . .221 ...195 Olson, Linda. .... ....., 2 38 Painter, Sandy. .. ...74 81, Patrick, Andre, ,. ....,..221 ...221 Olson. Maxine ..,. . . .238 91, 141, 234 Patrick. Burton ....., 119, 244 34, 233 Oltholif, Ruth ..... . . .247 Painter, Sue ...,....... , , .243 Patten, Riczliarrl. ,........ 240 . . .221 O'Nei1l. La Vern.. ,..248 Pajak. ......... 12, 03, 70 72, Patten, Sharon .,.... . . . . .197 . ..... 195 O'Nei11, Marty ..... ,..24G 75, 105. 120, 166, 197 Patti-rson,.1ohn ,....,. 99, 100, ........195 O1JI5L'lt,xI31'1I31'f'i..,.......88 Pajor, .Io Ann, . . . . . . . . . . .197 101,160,197 98 221 Opperman, Iiluglene ........ 158 Pala. Alice. .50, 52. 00. 63, 71, Patterson, Marilyn ,....... 221 27 195 Oreutt,MaurL-en ...... 102, 244 72, 75, 141, 100, 197 Patterson, Robert ,........ 221 Ordonez, Evelyn. ......... 241 Pala, Irene .,..........,.. 231 Patterson, Tru-:1y..87, 140. Orlanml, David .... . . .235 Palmer, Ethel ............ 229 Paul. Eloise ........... 78, 197 128 195 Orbis, Jerry ..... . . .197 Pals, Charlene, .... 70, 91, 197 Paul, Gloria .. . ..,.. . . .228 128 195 Ortyl, John ...,.. . . . . .243 Pals, Charles. .,.......... 197 Paul, Judy ..... . . . .246 .109 Oryhon. Janet ,,....... 98, 244 Pals. Russell ..........,.. 248 Paun, Rose ,..,.......... 221 71 230 Oslverg, Donald ..... . . .234 Panclolfi, Blrs. Louisa ..... 158 Paw-lin, Prank ..,.....,... 17 .158 Osberg, Kenneth .... . . . 197 Panliey, Beverly ...... 100, 221 Pavelin, Joan.56. 103, 104, 221 .83, 98, Oshron, Sandra. . . . . .221 Panozzo, Fluggene .......... 221 Pavelin, .lon ,.,........ 14, 57, Osika, Barbara. . . ...... 221 Panozzo, Jerilynn ......... 197 00, 71, 111, 197 .197 Osika, Ken ,..... .... 1 30, 197 Panozzo. John ..., . . .197 Piivlalt. Naney .,.. 71, 1-11, 228 102, 238 Osika, Klein ......... 128, 197 Panozzo, Louise. . ,. ,197 Pawlalc, William ....... 99. 244 .230 Osman, Jean ............. 197 Panozzo, Mary ..... . . .239 Payne, Iframres. . . ....... 2-I7 .238 Ossowski, David , . . . , .221 Panozzo, Sharon .... . . .221 Payne. John ...... . . . .245 .238 Ostenm, .lar-14 ............. 221 Pappas, George. . . . . .247 Payne, Margaret. .. . . . .240 .197 Osterlund, Timothy. . . 137, 244 Parejko, Carol ..,. ...238 Payne, Marsha .... ., . .241 .197 Ott, Linda ...,.....,..... 234 Parejlco, lfintla. . . ,.... 248 Peaeoc-lc, Flinton .......... 229 .248 Ott, Roger ,....,...,..... 221 Parent, Carol .... ...... 2 21 Pearson, Clarence. ,...... 1115 .197 Otten. Marjorie ........... 244 Parham, Jefl' ......... 118, 229 Pearson, Joyce. . . 103, 10-1, 221 . .... 228 Overman, Dean.27. 71 81. 221 Paris, Rs-her-ea ..., ...... 2 41 Pearson, Lana ............ 197 232 Overtoom, Linda .......,. 233 Parke, Karen .... ..... 2 46 Pearson, Lillie ..........., 244 . . .158 Oyist, Mrs. Beverly .,..... 158 Parke, Terry ..... . . .221 Pearson, Sharon. . . . . . .197 . . . 197 Parker, Cheryl .... .... t 13 Pease, John ...... .... 2 31 158 P Parker, Marie. . . .. .245 Pease, Sandra ........... .197 97 230 Paarlberg, Clun-li ,,.. 117, 131, Parker, Robert. . . . . .240 Peat, Carol ..,........... 240 , . .197 221 Parker, William. . . ...., 158 Pehworth, Mrs. Robert . . .147 . . .248 Paarlberg, Norman. . . 122, 237 Parkes, Ruth ........,.... 245 Pee-rbolte, Judy ....... 102, 232 . . .221 Paarlhergr, Rohr-rt .... 01. 119, Parks, Senna .......... 97, 246 Peetz, Rohm-rta ........... 221 . . .221 133, 135, 238 Parmley, Ric-harrl ......... 229 Peirce, Pauline ........... 158 . . .238 Paarlhergz, Ruth. . . . . .197 Parsley, l"ran ............. 197 Pekoz, Jean .... 10, 96, 101, 221 24, 243 Pacholik, Sandra .... , . 229 Parsley, Janet. .. . . . 102, 244 Pekoz, Shirley ..,...... . . .247 34, 233 Par-holski, Roseann. . . . . .240 Partin, Os:-ar .... ....., 2 44 Penclleton, 1?-arliara, . . .98. 197 2 67 INDEX--Continued Pendleton, James ...,..,, 240 Petrow, Terry .4..,,.. 127 244 Podpzorny, Michael .... 134 222 74, SZ, 91, 120, 1611 199, q Peoples, Jesse ......., 136 221 Petrus, Bonnie ..,.,.,... 221 Podgorske, Ed . ........,. 222 Powers, 'lierry '-" 4--4--- 2 2- Pepper Sandy ,... ...... 2 37 Petruszak, Marie ....,,,. 241 Podulka, Diane ..,. 222 PowerSi 111011135 4--- ,---- 1 99 Pepper, VViIlian1. . . .... 248 Pettiee. Ed, ....... . , . 231 Podulka, Janice ....... 71, 233 1'0ZdO1, -102111 --'-,4--- 1021 230 Percy, Carolyn .... . . , . 247 Pettit, Donna .... . . .91 197 Poe, Flora ,.... , . , .222 Prater, GeorE10 4---AA- 1181 2336 Perkiiis, Brmnir- 4.... .. .s4, 92, Pr-try, virgii .... . ,. 158 Pom, susan .,......,.. 99, 222 Prather, Jerry- - . - - - - -1105 167, 197 Pew, James ,..........,. 234 Poindexter, Forrest .,.,.. 199 Preis, Gary ...... .... 2 45 Perkins, Gail. . . ...... 231 Phalen, Mary K ....., 137 221 Poindexter, Reuben, . .126 232 Price, George -.-----.' - - 1 -238 Perko, David. .,......,.. 169 Phillips, Doc ..,.. 136, 138 197 Poindexter, Ruth ,.,.,.... 222 Price, Larry ......--.- 1, 199 Perko, Jean .... ,...... . . 197 Phillips, Fred ..,........ 222 Pokrajak, Michael, ...,... 238 Prlddy, Margaret. V - -100, 115. Perlman, Mrs. Dorothy, ., 153 Phillips, Guy. .,......... 150 Poli, Cynthia ......,,..... 222 , 141, 166, 199 K Perlman, Lynn .......,.. 240 Phillips, Harold. . ....,., 243 Polka, Donna .,.,.,,, 141, 222 Pr1r1C0. Barbara r--- ----' 2 22 Perry, Donald ,.,,.. . . .72 221 Phillips, Lillie. .,..... 104 222 Polo. Barbara. . . 231 Prince, Joan .,... , . . . . Perry, Janice ..,......... 233 Phillips, Marilyn ,,,,... . . 242 Polo, George. , . . ...... 199 Prince. S1lar0H --"-- - V - 236 Perry, Marilyn ......, 140 197 Phillips, Terry ........... 222 Pump, Marilyn ,.,....,., 232 1'rlS1D, Frank ---- I ---'4---- 1 58 Perry, Ollie ..,... ...... 2 47 Philpot, Ernestine ..,, 120 222 Pond, Carolyn ..,.. 96, 99, 246 1'r0nl.:Br, 1V121r9dli11 -r----- 199 Perry, Patricia ,... . . ..... 221 Philpot, Rosemary ....... 230 Pond, Susan ....,....,. 9 98, Pr01J0l'i -101111 ---------- C- 1 942 Perry, 'rhriiiias ........,. 221 Pismo, Anim. .......... , 197 99, 100, 166, 199 Proves, Lorna ------r' 15-7' 233 Perryman, Catherine ,..... 246 Pianto, Larry .........,. 228 Poole, Marguerite ......., 158 1'r0P1191'i -1110011 . 1 - '12, 93, Perz, Fred .......... .... 2 38 Pick, Rim-hard ........... 158 Poole, Roberta .......... 241 , 100, 106, 222 A t O Perz, Paul ....,... ..., 1 97 Pieezykowski, Edward ..., 229 Poore, John .......... 199 1 1'01Y1J9l'i RUPBN --4- - - r ZZH Peters, James ,....... .... 2 32 Piekarski, Diane ..,...... 238 Pope, Barbara ..... 222 Pruett, David ..,........ 233 Peters, Patriciann .....,.,. 221 Piekarski, Phyllis .,.,.... 199 Pope, Linda .......... 245 Prurtt, 41100 .....---,-- L, 241 Peters, Rudolph ........., 158 Piel, Carolynne .,,.,...,. 191 Poremba, Sylvester. , . 199 Pflllffi Gary .------r--- Dfli 98, Peters, Sheryl .......,.. . ,221 Pie-l, Robert, .71, 107, 119 241 Poremba, Veronica ,... 234 3 -100, 7101, 167, 199 Peters, Terry. .... .... 1 21 221 Pierce, Gordon .,.....,., 158 Porte, Eileen .,....... 199 1,rUlf0i 1151116 ---'-4-'4-4- 228 Peters, Tom ...... . ....., 232 Pietrasek, Robert ,... ,... 1 69 Porter, Betty ......... , 239 1 ryor, 1'11l111D ----4------- 229 Peters, VVilliarn .... . , . . .231 Pike, Ida ..,.,.,..,..... 222 Porter, Charles ....,.. , 222 PUC11a1Sk1i 11'131'1CnP- - -105' 222 Peterson, Bruce ..,.,....., 197 Pikorz, Diane ........ 102 245 Porter, Dave .,.. .247 Pugh, Wendel ---- 121, 120. 27? Peterson, Charles ..... 128, 221 Pikorz, Earl .... ...,.. 2 22 Porter, Scheryl ,,,., . . ,244 PUJZIISS. BCI1115' .4-r -i--1- 1 -1:1 Peterson, Donald ......,.. 238 Pikorz, Eddie. ........,. 222 Portweed, Carol ...... .229 PU1Ilf0Yi Slllfkfy -----1A- 22,- Peterson, Harold ,.... , ..., 165 Ping, Linda .......... 102 238 Posey, Phyllis .....,.. , 222 PUN1011: Wr11112111 ----r 117, 120, Peterson, Joanne .... ,.., 2 32 Pinger, Joyee, ......., 15, 199 Potoski, Paul ......,.. .243 1341- 1-19 Peterson, John ....,....., 149 Pisarzewski, Chris ...,.,., 248 Potoski, Richard .... .222 Pushala, John .,... ..... 41 Peterson, Kenneth ......., 246 Pisarzewski, Henry .....,. 246 Potoski, Sandy ,,,, ,222 Putlllfin- 13131110 ---- - - - 243 Peterson, Russell ......... 242 Piscitello, Andrew ..,. . . . 222 Potts, Billy ..... .248 P11U11fH1r -10311 ----- - - - 227 Peterson, Susan. . .61, 137, 221 Plaeek, Louis ,... ,. ..., 237 Potts, Herb .... .235 Pllffw M011f0f9y ---- A - - 222 Peterson, Virginia ,,....... 169 Placek, Sandy .... , . . .236 Potts, Wes .,..., .222 Petkus, Frank .... ........ 2 28 Plake, Stephen .... . . . ,199 Pouilly, Janice ..... ,229 Petrdil, Richard. . . .... 158 Plante, Carol ..,.. ,,.. 2 38 Poulter, Jerilynn ......,... 222 Q Petrie, Jacqueline ,... 1,.. 2 21 Plec-as, Dennis .,.. .... 1 99 Powell, Barbara ...... 106, 222 Quad? 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Darlene, ..,,,.. 89, 201 Ramage, Harold ..... 85, 199 Reurn, Gail ...,... ,,,. 2 22 Rizzuti, Mike ......, .,,. 2 31 Roseborough, Arminto ..., 164 Ramsey, Everett .....,.,.. 231 Reyelts, Fred ........ , . . 232 Roach, Patrick ...... ,.,. 2 01 Rosebrough, Bernard ..... 201 Randle El, Abbidula. 114, 117, Reyes, Rosemary .....,.. 199 Robbins, Judy ,,..., ...... 2 01 Rosen, Arlene ..,.,...... 247 131, 132, 199 Reynolds, Howard .....,, 234 Roberson, Alvinnetta. . .72, 92, Rosenbaum, .Indy ......., 201 Randle El, 'Willie ,,... 126, 231 Reynolds, Leola ....,.... 199 201 Rosolowski, Carol ,...,... 222 Rathburn, Madelyn ......, 199 Reynolds, Roger ...,.. 98, 100, Roberts, Dennis ..... , . . 222 Rosolowski, Christine .,,.. 245 Ratkus, Charles. .......,, 222 101, 199 Roberts, Edjuana ..... 102, 233 Rosolowski, Diane ......., 222 Ratkus, Maxine. . . .,., 169 Reznik, Frank ,.....,., . . 222 Roberts, Harmon ..,... 85, 159 Rosolowski, Ken ......, . . 242 Rauen, Peter ..... .... 1 99 Rhodes, Diane .......,. 71 72, R0b9I'CS, Irvine --4-4- 59. 105. ROSS, Betty 44-- '---A- 1 02. 233 Rauen, Susan ..... ,... 2 45 75, 166, 167, 199 107, 201 Ross, Mary ..... ...,.. 2 22 Ravesloot, Margie. , , ,,,, 199 Rhodes, Kathy. , . ,... 106 222 Roberts, Jerry ..... . . . 243 Ross, Nancy. . . .... . .10. 159 Rayford, Barbara ,,., ,.., 2 31 Rhodes, Sandra ....... 50 241 Robertson, Brian ..., . . , 230 Ross, Ruth .........,.,.. .91 Rayford, Carolyn ......,.. 244 Rials, Wallace ......,. 143 242 Robertson, Gary ...... 139, 222 Ross, Sam .,...., 119, 137, 244 Read, Norman, ....,..... 231 Ribando, Beverly ........ 234 Robinson, Barbara. . . . . . 231 Rossatc, Janet ..,.. . . . . , . 222 Reaugh, Jack ...,...... 72, 98, Ribando, Ellen ,... .,,, 2 42 Robinson, Freddie, . . . . . 239 Rossi, Alfred ......... . . . 238 100, 105, 166, 199 Ribando, Karen ,,...,... 222 Robinson, Hank ...... 127, 240 Rossman, Sharon ...... 86, 222 Redman, Eleanor ..,...... 235 Richards, Nancy ......... 228 Robinson, .lack ...,,. 118, 131, Rossow, Jim .........,.. 236 Redmon, Emma. .,....... ,229 Richards, Sharon ........ 199 133, 159 Roszkowski, Bob. , . , . , 222 Redmon, Leon ..... .... 1 99 Richardson, Don ..... 106 222 Robinson, Maxine .... . . . 201 . Roth, Marion, ...,,.,.,. 159 Redlnorc, hlargie ,... .... 2 40 Richardson, John .....,.. 222 Robinson, Myra ..... . . . 222 Rothenhoefer, Isla ....... 234 Redrnore, William. .... 244 Richardson, hiarcns. . .94, 107, Robinson, Richard ..... 98, 234 Rothgeb, Myra ...,.,. 105, 201 Redvay, Tom .... ..... 2 44 133, 241 Robson, Robert ...... 128, 201 Rothgeb, Sandra .,...,... 238 Recd, Blake ,,.. .... 8 8, 159 Rick, Geraldine .,......,. 222 Roche, Susan ,...,,.. . . . 201 Rotkvic, Edward.106, 129, 231 Reed, William ..., ,.,. . . .239 Rickey, Sharon ..,....... 201 Rockett, Crystial ..... 102, 242 Rottman, Clifford ........ 248 Reed, Wilma ........,.... 159 Rickhoff, Karen. . . 16, 52, 60, Rockett, Diane ..,... . . . 222 Rottmayer, Toni ....... 56 66 Reeder, Diane ......... 66, 80, 63, 72, 75, 166, 201 Rockett, Louis ...... . . . 201 94, 201 100, 101, 140, 199 Ridder, Don. ,.......... 222 Rodeghier, Glen ..... . . . 222 Roupe, Sandy ........ 106, 223 Reeder, Lawrence ,..,..... 199 Riddle, Nancy ........ 104 231 Rodeghiero, Leonard. .... 201 Rowe, Dorothy. . . 103, 107, 230 Reese, Robert ....,....... 147 Ridenaur, Marilyn, .... 82 222 Rodcll, Rickey ...... .... 2 35 Rowe, James ............ 241 Reeves, Patricia. ,....,... 199 Riggins, Faith ....... .,... 2 22 Roeder, Janice ....... ..., 2 01 Rowe, Ralph ....... . . . 159 Reeves, Robert ....... 107, 244 Riley, Don ........ . , .222 Rogers, David ....... ..,, 2 31 Rowe, Sandra ,..... .... 1 69 Reger, Robert .,..,....... 222 Riley, Robert .... . . .240 Rogers, Edward ........,. 243 Rowlett, George .... .... 2 23 Rehberg, Donald ..,,...., 199 Riley, Walter ..... . . 222 Rogers, Florence ....,. 104, 244 Roy, David ...,... . , . 244 269 INDEX4Cont1nued Roy, Sharon ...... .... 2 01 Salters, VVarle ,....... 136, 138, Schiltz, Jack ....,, 72, 128, 201 Schucrmann, Wayne. . .57 86, Rozck, Donald .... .... 2 30 142, 223 Schinnnel, Charles ..,,..., 229 203 Rozek, Kathryn. . . ....,. 161 Salvage, Donna ........ 64, 92, Sr-hildler, Barb ...4.,.. 99, 228 Sehuhrke, Terrance ,...... 203 Ruhinic, Joanne ....... 85, 201 107, 228 Schippits, Barbara .,,.,... 229 Sehuldt, James. ......... 235 Rublc, Richard .......,.,, 231 Salzer, Marge. . . ..... 248 Schippits, Judy. , r,,.,,... 235 Schultz, Clierlyn ,..,., . . . 238 Ruff, Jerry .,...,.,... 129, 243 Saunas, Joe ....... ..... 2 23 Schlauclraff, Kenneth ,...,. 240 Schultz, Gil ...... 125, 134 223 Ruff, Sandra ..,.. ,.....,, 1 69 Sarnpognaro, Pat ,... .... 2 33 Schloss, Peter ...r...,..,. 159 Schultz, Gloria ..,...,..,. 235 Rumbold, Cheryl ..,.., 96, 237 Sarxrlberg, Larry ....... 71, 201 Sehlueter, Nancy. . , . . . .231 Schultz, Loretta .... , . .72, 203 Rush, Marilyn.65, 72, 91, 105, Sanders, Gwen ......... 59, 92, Sehmal, Robert. . , ,.... 201 Schultz, Robert. ,..... 97, 247 140, 141, 166, 167, 201 105, 107, 201 Selnnall, Tom ....,.,..,., 243 Schultz, Ruth, ........ 70, 203 Ruske, Martin .........,.. 241 Sanders, Norma ......... 201 Schmalz, Donna ..,,,...., 235 Schurr, Barbara .,...,.,.. 228 Russell, Robert ..,....,,., 133 Sanders, WValtcr. .1l9, 133, 239 Srzlunickel, Jarnes ........, 223 Schury, Bill ....,., 56, I05, 203 Russell, Ruth .........,.. 159 Sandona, Pat ....... ...... 2 30 Schmidt, Jack ..... 72, 128, 201 Schutz, Alan ............. 240 Rutherford, Carolyn ..,.,. 223 Sandona, Robert ......,.,. 223 Schmidt, Julie. . , ..,.., 71, 247 Schuylcman, Georgena ...., 223 Rutherford, Terry ..... 15, 102, Sanford, Karen. . . ,,... 233 Schmidt, Karen ...,,...,.. 201 Schwfmtner, -100 ...4... 98 100 106, 231 Santcfort, Jim .... .,... 2 47 Schmidt, Mrs. Olive ,..,,., 159 Schwartz, Nancy ..... 110, 115, Rutkowslri, Ronald ...,.., 223 Santefort, Pat ....,. . . . 201 Schmidt, Richard ...,. 127, 246 141, 203 Ryan, Richard .......,... 248 Santefort, Richard ....... 248 Schmidt, Roland .....,. , . .241 Sehwartzkopf, Bob .... 129, 234 Ryan, Rosemarie .....,... 223 Saplis, Jim ......... , . . 240 Schmidtke, Carol,103, 104, 223 Schwartzkopf, Sandra.102, 240 Rybolt, Calvin ..,.....,.. 246 Sareny, Linda. . . , .... 201 Schmicdl, Paulette .,.,..., 237 Schwartzk0Df, SIIMOH-104' 223 Ryktarczyk, Geraldine ..., 223 Sareny, Steve. . , ,... 223 Sehnable, Sandy .....,. 81, 201 Scobbie, Stewart. , ........ 203 Ryktarezyk, Joe ..,... 119, 245 Sarna, Fran ...... ,... 2 01 Schneider, Harry ....,.. . . ,236 Scott, Clinton ....,...... 223 Ryktarczyk, Judy ..... 71, 223 Sams, Charles ............ 234 Schneider, Mark ..., ,.,.. 2 48 Scott, James ...,. .... 2 32 Ryktarczyk, Rose ...,..... 165 Saska, Mary ........,.. . .233 Schneiter, Susan. . . , .... ,231 Scott, Sterling ..,........ 159 Rzab, Diane .....,..., 71, 238 Saternus, Ted ........ 122, 242 Schnering, Jim, .... .,... 2 29 Scribner, Dolores ....,... 247 Satterthwaite, Clifton ..... 159 Schnering, Linda .... ..... 2 29 Seabergh, William ..... 40, 236 S Saueh, Dorothy ...... 166, 201 Schnoor, Bette ........... 223 Seagle, Kay ........ 72, 75, 203 Saari, Mark ..... .... 2 45 Saunders, Lee ........... 201 Schnuckel, Janice ......... 245 Sears, Charlene .......... 247 Sabo, Lorraine ..... .... 2 01 Savage, Alice ..........,. 159 Schoeler, Bette ,.... . .137, 203 Sears, Patricia ....,...... 203 Sachs, Gloria ...... , . , .169 Sawyer, Geralcl.47, 80, 96, 223 Schoeler, YVayne .... , ...,. 223 Sebestyen, Stephen ....,.. 203 Sachs, Jaequelyn ......... 223 Saylor, Judy ..,......... 242 Schoenenberger, Ann ...... 203 Sebock, Don .........,.. 229 Sachs, Stephen .........,. 228 Scanlon, Jim ............ 238 Schoenleben, Howard ...... 230 Sebock, Jo Ann ..... .... 2 45 Sachs, Sue .....,....,, 98, 242 Scanlon, Thomas ...,..... 223 Schole, Barbara ..., 66, 97, 235 Seebach, Viola ....,...... 159 Sadzewicz, Ralph .......,. 242 Schaaf, Mrs. Margaret ..... 159 Scholten. Carol ....,.., 56, 247 Seehausen, Susanne ...,.. 230 Sagala, Cherie ............ 245 Schaaf, Nancy ...,....... 223 Scholz, Jerri .......... 107, 229 Seerup, Sharon ,....... 91 223 Sailors, 'Shirley ........ 92, 228 Schaap, Dave ........ 135, 235 Scholz, Sharon ...... , . .76, 83, Segraves, Mrs. Liona ,.... 163 St. Auhin, Paul ........ 88, 223 Schaefer, Bonnie ......,,, 247 103, 104, 203 Siebert, George ......... . ,80 St., Pierre, Diane. 103, 107, 234 Sehapp, Mary .... . .. 201 Sehowalter, Glenda .....,. 169 Seiner, Jeannette ......... 106 Sagpcl, Henry ..........., 231 Sehauer, Sheila.. . . . , . 248 Schroeder, Mrs. Chris ..,.. 153 Seles, Larry ..,..... . , . . 237 Salamone, Rose ...,..,..,. 238 Scheffers, Jean .... ..... 1 69 Schroeder, Hal ........... 203 Seliga, Elizabeth .... .... 2 23 Salerno, Ernma ...... . , , .241 Scheffers, Rich ...... . .89, 201 Schroeder, Jean .,...... 85, 203 Selina, Steve ..........,. 238 Salerno, Katherine ..,,.,.. 247 Schclifers, Wilma ..,.,.... 238 Schroeder, Joyce. ......... 237 Selk, Edward .,.......... 203 Salisbury, Mary. . ........ 235 Schcrbarth, James ...,,,. 248 Schroeder, Lois .... 72, 140, 233 Selk, Lorraine ........... 234 Salkcld, Mrs. Marguerite. ,159 Seherzinaer, Cherie .,..... 238 Schubert, Steve ....,.,.... 203 Sella, Betty ....,.. 71, 102, 241 Sallay, Carolyn ....... 106, 223 Sclrcrzingcr. Robarta .... 223 Sclrruby, Glenlyn ......,., 239 Sella, Richard, . ,,...,.... 169 Salters, Anthony .,.,...... 243 Sr-hild, Arthur ....,...... 201 Scliuermarni, Glenn. , .. .159 Sellers, Georgia .........., 247 C012 gmfulzzfi011.r I0 the Cffzm Of 1960 Breeden's Tots to Teens Ceramics - Gifts - Linens Corner154th ond Center, Harvey, Ill. Compliments O i THE GREEN SHINGLE Your host Les Johnson ED 3-0056 2470 Rai M64 ea THE BARDWICK AGENCY 1821fQ Eost 154th Street HARVEY, ILLINOIS INDEX-Continued Sellers, Peggy ...,..,...,. 203 Shigley, Jean .,... ,..,, 2 23 Sliepka, Vt'illiam ...... 135, 241 Sobueki, Barbara ..,, . . .234 Selvig, Robert ,.....,.... 203 Shilling, Cynthia .... , . . . 238 Sluis, Judi ...... ....... 2 37 Somers, Sharon ..... . . .237 Semones, Susan .... 70, 87, 203 Shipe, Roger ..... ..., 2 23 Slusser, Dennis ..,..., 72, 118, Somkovie, Don ..... ..,.. 2 23 Servis, Andrea ........... 237 Shipper, Carol .,,. . . .27, 203 137, 230 Sommer, Vl'illiam ......... 223 Servis, Kathie ......,.... 247 Shipper, Terry ..,,.,. 107, 244 Smart, John ..... 136 138, 203 Sopko, Linda ...,,.., 106, 245 Setty, James. . . . ..... 203 Shockley, Sandra ,....... 223 Smedley, Robert .......,. 230 Sorensen, Carl .... ,...,. . 240 Severs., Carole ......... 88, 230 Sholar, JoAnn .......,,.. 223 Smith, Adolphus ,... ..... 2 03 Sorensen, Daniel.. . ..... 243 Seville, Jolm ............ 232 Shonr-r. Paul ............ 223 Smith, Carl ..... , . . 241: Sorensen, Judy .,....,. 71, 243 Sexauer, Mae ............ 159 Short, Bonnie. .,.,. 71, 81 223 Smith, Charles ,,.,, . , 232 Sorensen, Linda ...... 106, 223 Shackleton, Sandra .....,. 223 Short, Phyllis ......,.. 97 238 Smith, Charlotte .... , . . 203 Sorensen, Neil ,,..... . , . . 241 Shadowens, Rosetta ,...,. 238 Short, Sandra ..,.. 71, 238 247 Smith, Clardystine, . . . . 241 Soueek, Lynette ....... 37, 223 Shadowens, Sandra .... 97, 248 Shortz, Pam ..... , 416, 97 237 Smith, Dale ..,...,...... 230 Sowa, Albert ..........., 160 Shaffer, James ..,.....,., 203 Shouse, George. ..,.,...., 159 Smith, Dan ..,..,.... 127, 240 Sewers, Edith ........ 1.1.5, 160 Shaffer, Judy ....,.. . . . , 223 Shuler, Ronald .....,..... 238 Smith, Dorothy ........,. 235 Sewers, Gracie. . . . . . 223 Shannon, Robert ,,,, . . 232 Shupert, Darlene. , . , . . 203 Smith, Earl ..,... .. . 241 Sowers, James. .. . . . 223 Shapas, Ted .,..,.,..,.... 248 Shutter, Judith ..... . . .203 Smith, Ed ....... ...,. 2 36 Spangler, Sandra ..,... 71, 232 Shapiro. Arlene ,....... 71 223 Shutter, Olivia ,.... , .,... 237 Smith, Elizabeth ...,, 104 232 Sparger, Arleen. , . . . 248 Shaw, DuVal .... 136, 142 223 Sieezkowski, Xl'illiam ...... 223 Smith, Gloria .... ..... 2 03 Sparger, Dennis .,...... 18, 58, Shaw, Freda ......... ,... 2 32 Sikma, Sharon. . .115, 167 203 Smith, Helen .... . . . 203 100, 101, 105, 205 Shaw, Peter .............. 166 Sikorski, David ........... 223 Smith, Ilomer ..,.,. , . .232 Spear, Anita .........,... 236 Shawl, Jim ..... ,..,.... . .223 Siller, Bobby. . .,... ...,. 2 32 Smith, Howard ...,...,.,. 223 Spear, Carson .,.,....... 223 Shehan, Robert ....,... 79 203 Silva, Joseph. . . ..... 159 Smith, Ken ...1....... , , .248 Spegon, Kennet-h ......... 205 Sheahan, Sandra. .76 166 203 Silzer, Ethel ...... . , ..., 164 Smith, Nelson ......... 71 72, Spencer, Annette ..,.. 166, 205 Sheahan, Sharon .....,, 74 223 Silzer, 'l'homas ........... 230 128, 166, 168, 205 Spencer, Richard ....,... 1611 Shearer, Douglas ..,. 119, 135, Simac, Rich ..... ,.,.. 1 4, 106, Smith, Patricia ....,...... 205 Spens, Nliehelene. .98, 227, 231 143, 243 125, 138, 223 Smith, Paul, .,.,........ 238 Speyer, Becky ........,... 247 Shearer, Gerald. . 118, 129 230 Simmons, Clarence .... 106 245 Smith, Ralph ............. 205 Speyer. Bfark. .,....... 80, 90, Shedwill, Nancy ..,.. .33 248 Simmons, Delano ......... 203 Smith, Richard ........ 60, 205 166, 167, 205 Sliedwill, Pat .....,....... 203 Simmons, Jerry .,,.. , .,,, 240 Smith, Robert ........ 128, 223 Spindler, Cathi ..., 64, 104, 205 Shelby, Jim ...... .... 2 03 Simniek, Grace. . . .. .247 Smith, Ronald ,,......... 229 Spindler, John ....... . . .. 244 Shelby, Surlinda, ....., , . .223 Simnick, Janet ,.,, . . .234 Smith, Samuel .....,..... 246 Spindler, Tom. ..,,.... 81, 223 Shelton, Charles ..... 137 243 Simnick, Robert .... .,.,. 2 03 S1I11tll,StCDl101'1.. .118, 137 232 Spolar, Rudy ..... .... 2 05 Shelton, Sharon ..... . .9 237 Sininiek, Tom ......... 24 247 Smith, llvilliam ...... 121, 143, Spoor, Pat ....... . . . . .232 Shemerdiak, Sue ..... .92 223 Simpson, lvilliam ...... 24 160 234. 235 Sprehe, Roy ,..... ....... 2 29 Shepard, Sandy.71, 98, 141 233 Sims, Altheida ..., ....., 2 30 Smits, Allen.. .,.....,... 228 Staat, Diana .......... 96, 237 Shepherd, Carol ..,.,.... 228 Sims, Cheron .......... 71 235 Smoek, Barbara ..,..,. 71 223 Staat, William .... 82, 205, 233 Shepherd, Dave ..... .88, 223 Singley, Robert .....,..... 247 Smock ,David ............ 241 Stahr, Leroy ............ 240 Shepherd, Donna ........ 223 Sinwelski, Paul. . . . . .89 203 Smoek, John .....,.... 89, 205 Stallinga, Abel... , . . 165 Shepherd, Linda .... . . . 203 Sipe, David. ,,.. ...., 2 23 Smolen, Patrick .......... 244 Stanfa, Michael ...... 136, 223 Sheppard, Charles. . . . . . 223 Sipe, Robert .,....,..... 237 Smuszkiewicz, Ronald ,.... 223 Stanfield, Charles ..... 135, 242 Sherman, Cheryl .... . . , 232 Siville, Willard ........ G3 160 Snow, Sandra ............ 233 Stanhope, Charles ......,. 235 Sherman, Joan, . . . . . 240 Sizer, Jean. , . . ,. ..... 238 Snyder, Donna ...... . . .223 Stankus, Torn. . . . . , . . , . . .223 Sherman, Judith .......,. 203 Skelton, Carol ......... 91, 223 Snyder, Pat .............. 205 Stanwich, Jay ......,. 134, 223 Sherman, Ray ....,...... 159 Slager, Claude .... ..... 2 36 Snyder, Ronald .........., 232 Staples, Claristine ..,. 233 Sherman, Mrs. Rosalie. . . 159 Slager, David .... ..., 2 35 Snyder, Sue ...,.. 137, 140, 230 Staples, Ronald.. . . , .245 Shields, Bruce. ,..,.. .122, 203 Slager, Norma .,.. ...,. 2 23 Sobbe, Linda .,.,.,,... 97, 246 Staples, Wayne .... . . .223 271 INDEX' 4Continued Stark, Carole .... . . .98 232 Stewart, Jerry. .... . .122 234 Studenroth, Mike ........ 241 Swanson, Ronald ........, 205 Stark, Randi .... . . .96 237 Stewart, Walter .... ..,... 2 24 Stulga, Thomas ........., 247 Swarens, Larry.. ..... 106, 228 Stark, Robert ........... 223 Stiegman, Darryl. . . .107 240 Stump, Janet. . .... 82, 97 224 Swart. Wayne ..... 36, 118, 233 Starks, Linda ,.,. . 162 169 Stiegman, Robert.. ...... 205 Stump, Larry .....,...... 205 Sweeney, Donald ......... 234 Starks, Martha ...,...,... 224 Stiegman, Warren.. .137, 143, Sturm, Ted E. ....... 121, 160 Sweet, Jack .,............ 205 Starzyk, Camille ..., ,.., 2 30 199, 133, 241 Sublett, Richard .... 27, 78, 205 Swenson, Ronald ...... 99, 101 Starzyk, Kathy ,.,,..., . . .243 Stikas, Katharin. . . . .102 238 Sudkainp, Martha .....,, 205 Swets, Agnes ..,..... . . . . .248 Steek, Phil .............., 233 Stockey, Phyllis. . . . .166 205 Sudkamp, Wilma .,....., 224 Swets, Bernard ........ 89, 205 Steder, Bonnie ..,..., 106 244 Stoekman, Dave. . . ...... 205 Suggs, Julia ...,.. . . . 224 Swets, Karen ............. 205 Steele, Claude .... 107 129, 242 Stockman, Susan. . ...... 244 Suiro, Jerry .,,... ..... 2 24 Swets, Wynne ............ 205 Steele, John ............, 169 Stockus. Linda .....,. . . . 247 Sullivan, Jef1'ery. ......,. 205 Swiatek, James. . . 119, 135, 244 Stegenga, Ray ....,.... . . .224 Stoeger, Jeanne ...,... 102 238 Sullivan, Jolm .....,.. 134 205 Swiderski, Joanne ........ .224 Steger, Mike ....... . . . 245 Stoeger, .Ieanette. ....... 242 Sullivan, Kathy. ..,..... 205 Swiderski, Tom ....... . . . .205 Stegmeir, Clarence ...,.... 160 Stojak, Adam .... . . . 165 Sullivan, Mary. .... . . . 246 Swietlik, Rose ....... . . . . .233 Steib, Sandra ,.... . . . . . .240 Stokes, Deborah .,,. ..., 2 24 Sullivan, Mitchell ........ 242 Swigost, Judy ......... 61, 71, Steinhauer, Nancy ...,,.., 224 Stokes, James ..,. ..., 2 05 Sullivan, Susie ...... . . . 224 72, 75, 92, 166, 205 Steinhoff, Mrs. Joan ....... 160 Stokes, William. . . .,., 205 Sumega, Bette ,.......... 243 Swinford, Donna ...... . . . .224 Stejskal, Arthur ....... 72 160 Stomp, Carol ..........., 224 Sumegu, David ..... ..... 2 24 Switzer, Cheryl ........... 246 Stenberg, Mark .......... 224 Stone, Judy ....... ..... 2 31 Sumner, Ed ...... 133, 137, 234 Swoger, Robert ..... ..... 2 24 Stephen, Joe ,....... .... 2 24 Stone, Robert ......... 98 224 Sundberg, Georgia ...,... 224 Swoger, William .......... 241 Stephen, Vern. .......... 229 Stonecipher, Robert ...... 237 Sundberg, Mable. .80, 227, 234 Sylvestrak, Ed ..... . . .98, 224 Stephens, Mrs. Charlotte. 160 Stood, Susan .......... 71 205 Sundberg, Nikki ......... 233 Synovie, Patricia .... . .... 224 Stephens, Howard .... . . . 224 Stooksbury, Pat ......... 248 Sundberg, Raymond ..... 248 Synovie, YVilliam. . . . . .205 Stephens, Willie ......... 232 Stosek, Patt ....... ..... 2 05 Sundstrom, Ann ......... 160 Sypien, Richard ..... . . .224 Stephenson, Carol.65, 104 224 Strahl, .Iudy ....... . . . . . 205 Sunset, Vernon ..... . . . 160 Szezelina, Dorothy. . . . . . . .243 Stephenson, Dorothy. .65, 102, Strahl, Richard ........ 34 233 Surehik, William .... . . . 236 Szilagyi, Dan ............. 231 238 Strait, Joann .... ..... 2 24 Surprenant, Karen ....... 224 Szkaradek, Bernice ........ 245 Stephenson, Jacqueline. . . 205 Stram, Ted. . . ..... 247 Sutkowski, Annette ....... 242 Szlaius, Robert ....... 119, 245 Stephenson, Lyndon ........ 6:1 Stray, Millie .... . . . .80 205 Sutkowski, John ......... 224 Szlauis, Sharon ........... 205 Sterkowitz, Barbara ....... 230 Stray, Vivian ......... 141 237 Sutor, Robert C ...... .131-1, 160 Szwet, David ............. 235 Sterling, Jan ............. 224 Street, Donna ........ .... 2 24 Sutter, Harold ........... 148 Szymanski, Eleanore ...... 160 Stern, Arlene ............ 205 Street. Susan ......... 106 242 Suttles, Velma ........ 104 231 Szymanski, Robert .... . . . .207 Stevens, Bess ............ 224 Streightif, Elizabeth. . .58, 141, Sutton, Donna .... ..... 2 41 Szymanski, Tom ..... . . .207 Stevens, Carol ......... 27 224 246 Sutton, Gerald. . . . .... . 224 Stevens, Douglas ..... 133 239 Streightif, Mrs. Winifred .... 42 Sutton, Linda ........... 205 T Stevens, Gary ....... 122, 136, Strobo, Joy ...... 115, 166, 205 Sutton, Roger ........ 126 231 Tahernaeki, Bob .......... 207 138, 224 Stroll, Roberta ......... 50, 95, Sutton, Sandra .......... 224 Tabernaeki, Claudia. ...... 238 Stevens, Patricia ......... 232 103, 104, 231 Swahord, Bob ........... 233 Tagsherer, Roberta. 15, 86, 224 Stevenson, Jack. . ...... . 241 Strosinski, Barbara ........ 235 Swanberg, Mrs. Margaret. .160 Talaga, Ben.. .......... . .207 Stevenson, Patricia. . .102 224 Struzik, Frances .......... 224 Swanson, Arthur ...... 38, 248 Talaga, Paul ............. 224 Stewart, Betty .......... 224 Struzik, Ronald ..... .... 2 41 Swanson, Edward.98, 100, 234 Talaga, Susan .... . . .242 Stewart, Beverly ...... 238 240 Stuart, Erwin ............ 160 Swanson, Glenn .......... 169 Talley, Faye ............. 207 Stewart, Esther .......... 229 Stuart, lfred ........... 59, 70, Swanson, John .......... 205 Talmage, Thomas ......... 246 Stewart, Geraldine .... 102 243 105, 107, 167, 205 Swanson, Nlarsha ........ 224 Tamminga, Paul ....... 38, 248 Stewart, Jacqueline ...... 242 Studenroth, Art. ......... 243 Swanson, Richard ..... . . 205 Tanner, Kathy .... ..... 2 38 EDison 3-4027 C om plz ments' Camera Store ond Studio CLEANING PRESSING ' ' ' ' l.. 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Tellis, Melvin ..., Tcllis, Wayne ......,,. 77 Tcnicki, Joseph .... .,.. Tenicki, Nancy ,... Tenz, Gail ........ Tepper, Jana ........... , Terandy, Douglas ,...,... Terandy, Ted ,...,...... Tesar, Richard ....... 116, 136, 224 Tesar, Ronald .... Tessling, Frank ..,. Tessling, Russell . . . . Thiel, Dorothea .... . . Thigpen, Ernest ......... Thoma, Jerry ...,.... Thomas, Barry ..... , . Tliomas, Betty ....... 102 Thomas, 11omer,.107, 238 iis 169 207 224 224 232 246 248 236 224 240 207 230 224 224 224 224 229 242 224 207 207 224 243 239 207 232 243 207 207 235 207 224 233 207 117, 242 230 232 160 243 207 231 224 242 INDEX 'Continued Thomas, Lowell. . . Thomas, Marion. . . Thomas, Niinnie ...... 107 Thompson, Carole ,.... 91 Thompson, Dale ,...,.. 38 Thompson, Dianne ..., 97 Thompson, Doris ........ Thompson, ltlartha ,... . . Thompson, Nlary P Thompson . Robert ......, Thomson, Robert. . ' Thomson, James, . . Thoren, Ted, .... . ....32 Thornhill, Mary .,..,,, 97 Thornton, Candy ...., 102 Thornton, James ....... . Thornton, Linda ,.... , .80, 105, 207 Thornton, Sandra Throw, Raymond. . Thulin, Linda. . . Thorman, Carol ..,... 104. Thurson, Richard ..,.., 73 Thyer, Nlarilyn ........ 91 Thyer, Sharon... Tieman, Allan ..... Ticnstra, Myrna .4......, Tillery, Mrs. Dorothy .... Tilton, James ,...,.., 137 Tilton, .Iohn ......,., 125. 151, 168, 224 Tilton, Margie .,,..,..... Timmann, Carol. Timmann, Jack .... . . . Timmann, Joyce. Timms, Eve ..... Tinich, Terry. . . Tipton, VVi11iam. Tohorg, Robert. . Toborg, Thomas. Toepfer, Carolyn Toepfer, Pam. . . Toigo, Sally ....,.,... 163 Toigo, Sandy. .7l, 74, 104 Tolnai, Russell. . 207 207 248 246 229 164 160 207 207 165 166 246 231 224 83. 236 242 224 245 207 207 169 233 231 160 240 142. 169 233 207 224 207 237 160 207 207 224 238 169 224 231 Tomal, Judy .......... 71 Tomlinson, Mrs. Mary. . . Tompkins, Pamela ....,.. Tondryk, Mrs. Lucille. ,20.' Tondryk, Joanne ......,. Tonks, Sandy ........... Toohey, Judith, . . . Torrencc, Donna ,.,..... Towns, Patricia ...... 115 , Black. . , Towry Tracy, Nancy. . . Traina, Alex .... Travis, Jerry ..., Treichel, Richard Triemstra, Patrioi Triezenherg, Beverly. . Triezenberg, lfred ...,, Tripplet, William Trombini, Donna Tromp, Diane. . . Trotter. Ken ,......,. 129 Trudgian, Cheryl ........ Truc, Judith. . . . True, Terry .....,.. Truschka, Mary. Trykall, YVil1iam. Tucker, Brenda.. Tucker, James. Turek, Barbara ff fiii 'aifflfl ff f .' fidi . . , . , .30 . . . . . . .107 Turek, Judy .,........... Turek, Robert. 121, 243 Turk, Donna.. Turner, Bernice ..., Turner, Frankie. . . Turner, Melvin Turner, Riley. . Turner, Stephen .... Turner, 1Vaync ...,...57. Twining, Steve .I .1 .i1'31i, I U Ulrich, Karen ...... Umbaugh, O. Fred. . 241 160 230 160 248 236 207 243 . 230 .245 248 240 207 224 248 229 224 224 243 224 232 237 207 224 230 230 207 f 243 169 241 107, 224 207 224 207 232 207 .245 224 231 160 Urban, David ...... ,..,. Ustiam, Joyce. . ......... V Vada, Sopie .........,... Vajarsky, Kenneth ....... Valbert, Mrs. Dorothy,47 Valbert, G. R ...... , . .150 Vallow, Ronald .....,.... Vallow, Thomas. ..,... . . Vallow, Tim ......... 137 Van Bruggen, Gloria ,.,.. Van Cleve, Dr. Charles. .. Vandal, William ..,... 137 Van Dam, Barbara. . .103, 167, 207 Van Dam, Richard ....,.. Vandenlrerg, Henry ...... Vandenherg, Les .,...,... Van Der Aa, Douglas ..... Vander Bilt, Betty ....... Vanderhilt, Harold .,..... Vanderhok, Charles .,.,.. Vanderhok, YVi1liam ...... Vandergiessen, Viola ,.... Vandergiessen, Violet ..... Van Der Heiden, Donald. Van Der Heiden, George. . Vander Vander Vander Heiden, John ..,,, Hout, Dirk. . . .97 Jack, Carol ,,..... Vander Lee, Tom ..... . . , Vanderlinden, Penelope. . . Vanderschoot, Sharon .... Vander Steeg, Glenn. . .38, Van Der Vliet, Steve. .7l, 207 Vander Wall, Bruce .... 96, Vander Wall, Mark .... 96 Van Deursen, Audrey. . . . Van Dommelen, Danny. . . Van Donimelen, David. . , 245 207 Lwban, Gerald .... sas, ioof ,246 .240 243 224 160 151 .230 240 243 224 :160 244 105, 242 147 238 .235 247 207 240 232 207 207 245 239 207 224 .224 224 225 i248 247 139, 225 248 207 247 248 273 INDEX Continued Van Dommelen, Lois. .107, 230 Voss, Albert .......,... 36, 248 VVa1ter, Nancy ............ 235 Watson, John ,... . . .229 Van Dommelen, Sandra.9, 237 Voss, Bruce .,............ 209 1Valter,Ronald. ..128, 136 209 Watson, Ruth .... . . .242 Van Drunen, Gerald ,..... 245 Voss, Don ....,......,... 236 Walters, Patricia ...,. 140, 225 Watson, Verna. . . . , .225 Van Dyke, Lynn .....,.... 209 Voss, Donna .... 83, 60 97, 237 Walther, Jean ...... 63, 65, 70, lVawre, Joseph. . , ..... 240 Van Eck, James ..,.....,. 241 Voss, Eugene ....... , 126 135 72, 75, 110, 115, 166 200 W'ay, Nicholas. . . .,,... 246 Van Eck, Vicki ,... 91, 107, 228 Voss, Gail ,.............. 225 Walton, William .......,.. 209 lVeaver, Glen ,.,..... 117, 118, Van Gorp, Bonnie ......... 225 Vranesh, Tl10IllilS ......., 248 1Vandersee, Paul ....,..., 236 133, 137. 228 Vania, David ..........., 225 Vreeman, Geri ...... 105, 209 1Vard, Dayton .,... , .45 1Veaver, Sylvia ..... ..... 2 45 Van Kley, Carol .,....,., 169 Vroegh, hlarilyn ,... ..... 2 48 Ward, Genevieve .,.. . . . 209 1Vebb, Jack ...... . . Van Kley, John ...... 106, 225 Vrshek, David ...., ..,.. 2 09 lVard, hlrs. Yilda ........ 160 1Vebb, Les ...... ,......, 2 34 Van Kooten, Corole ...... 209 Vuleano, Sara .... .... 2 09 1Vard, Jack ......,...... 246 lVel7b, hlary Lou ....,.... 209 Van Laningham, Gary .... 233 Vyverberg, Don. . . . . . 209 Ward Joe .......,... 137, 237 Vlfeber, Vie ..,,.. 131, 212, 225 Van Laninghaui, Sandy. . .102, Ward Kenny .... .,.... 2 32 VVebster, Armeatha ......, 241 244 Ward Myron ..., ,,,. 2 48 XVebster, Robert .,........ 209 Van Mersbergen, Judith. , 209 W lVard, William. . . . . . 245 1Vebster, Toni .... 119, 137, 243 Van Milligan, Miehael, ,,.. 241 1Var1olny, Miehaeleno ..... 225 VVarin,e, Patsy ....... . . . 235 Vlfedding, .Ioan ......,.,.. 209 Van Offelen, Carol ........ 244 1Vagner, Carole . ........ .235 VVarino, Donald ....,.... 225 1Vedding, Pat ,.., . .75, 87, 225 Van Oeffelen, .loan ........ 209 1Vagnc-r, Don ......, ,.,. 2 09 1Varnaar, Paul ,.,.,. ..,.. 2 45 Weeilen, Janice ..,..,.. 96, 248 Van Soest, Leroy ..,...... 230 1Vagner, George. . . .... 165 Warnell, Joe.118, 133, 137, 243 Wagner, Peter... . , . . . . .248 Van Swol, Tom ,,...... 66, 225 1Vagner, Jeffrey ...,....... 248 1Varnol, Kathryn .,,..,., 248 Wehling, John .,... .... 2 47 Van Vuren, Sylvia ...,.... 209 Wagner, Judi ....,........ 242 Warnol, Tom ............. 236 Weinel, Bonnie ..., .,.. 2 09 Varner, Margie ....... 107, 231 1Vagner, June .... 103, 106, 225 Warns, Norman. . . ...... 228 Weinel, Peggy .......,.,.. 229 Vasilopulos, Richard. . .89, 209 1Vai:,ner, Ron ,,,.,........ 225 Warren, Pat ,.......,..... 209 Weinstock, Eunice ..... 22, 27, Vaughn, Beverly ...,...... 209 Vliagner, Shirly ..,. .... 2 09 Washburn, Dorothy .... 76, 160 77, 209, 226 Vaughn, Richard. . , . .... 225 1Vagon0r, Gil ..,.,. .... 2 42 Washington, Joann ........ 225 Weinstoek, Pat ...... 120, 141, Veenstra, Carol ,.., . ,... 237 Vllalezak, Gerrie ..... ..., 2 25 VVasik, Susan ,...... ...... 2 47 226, 242 Veld, Judy. .,........,,.. 244 1Valczak, Joseph ........., 209 VVasi1kotT, Peter ....,.. 71, 230 Weise, Carol ........ , . , . .209 Velon, William ....,.,..., 230 1Valezak, William ......... 232 VVasi1koff, Sue. . , . ..... 244 YVeise, Richard ..,.. 60, 71, 232 Verley, Albert .....,. 106, 122, Vllalczynski, Michael, , .... 225 1Vasilko1'f, Tom .... .,.. 2 25 Weise, William ....,....,. 225 137, 225 Nvaldron, Mike ..,......,. 233 1Vasko, 1ViI1iain. , ., ..., 209 1Veisgerber, Don .......... 209 Verone, Jerry ...... ,..., 2 25 1Valilschmidt, A. F. ....... 149 YVasso, Daniel ,.... ..... 2 29 Vlleisgerlser, Joe .,...... , . .229 Verone, Tom ......,...... 236 W'aleneik, Rita ........... 229 1Vasso, Richard .,......... 245 Vlfeiss, Bernard .........,.. 17 Ver Way, Howard. .,..... 225 lValenga, Marilyn .... 141, 244 Waterman, Charles. . .139, 235 1Veiss, Erana. , . 12, 14, 17, 41, Vest, Jack ...,....... 137, 241 VValker, Carol ..,.,..,.,.. 209 1Vaterman, Florence ,.,... 161 56, 70, 72, 75, 225 Vest, Mike ....... 58, 127, 209 VValker, Carole. . . ..... 236 Waterman, Jac-k. .,...... 244 Weller, VVi11iam ........... 232 Vetter. Peter .........,... 233 'Walken Delores. . . .... 242 lVaterinan, Rita ..... , . . . 225 1Vells, Bruce ..,. . . ,118, 236 Vetteriek, Illillie. . . . ,.,. 233 Vlfalker, Gloria ,.....,.... 225 1Vaters, George ,... 18 100, 225 Wells, Calvin .... ...,,. 2 25 Victoria, Bob ,.... . .,..., 209 Vlfalker, Moses ......,.,.. 239 Watkins, George ......... 161 Wells, Jerry .....,. ..,... 2 25 Vilet, Veda .... ,........ . .209 1Vall, Joe ..,..,....,. 121, 225 VVatkins, John. . .110 127 241 1Vells, Marilyn ........... 237 Vinyard, Eugene ,..,. 106, 242 Wallace, Mrs. Marie ....., 160 Watkins, Richard ........ 247 Wells, Merikay ....... 225, 227 Virgil, Donna .,........ 211, 57, XValling, Loren ........... 243 Watkins, Sherril ......... 209 1Ve11s, Peter ...........,.. 228 59, 82, 87, 232 1V11lls, Suzi-ttf' .,.,... .... 2 25 Vlvatling, Joan ...,. . . . 225 VV0lls, Richard ...,..., 88, 225 Vlaeh, Dean .....,........ 232 VValsh, Dolores .... .... 2 09 1Vatson, Darlene .....,.... 236 lVentworth, Owen .... ,. . .209 Vlahakes, Angie .... , ..... 248 XVa1sh, James. . . .... 239 1Vatson, Donna .,...,. 97, 237 Wentz, Steve ,...,..., 731106, Voegerl, Jeanette. . .66, 83, 209 Vlralston, Glennis. . .... 242 1Yatson, Harriett ......,.. 241 117. 138, 225 .lONlTA'S APPAREL ' . C M1 llmlm . 1 Fashionable Women s Apparel . Florist 108 WEST 144TI-I STREET RIVERDALE 27, ILLINOIS 10130 Lincoln Avenuel PHONE CLLT1Cl11g2111 City Roadl Vlkmg 9 9570 Vlkmg 9-0938 DOLTON, ILLINOIS , 274 To Buy or Sell Real Estate Clontact the Live NYire Office COWVING BROS. Inc. "Fir5l in Homewood Roo! Enola" Investments Insurance Your Cor Washed in 5 Minutes Speedy Car Wash 149th ond l-lolsted Phone: SYezunore 8-0600 HARVEY, ILLINOIS INDEX-Continued W'eseott, Lynda ...,. ..... 2 47 1Vielgorecki, 1101121111 ...,... lVeseloh, Harry. .. ...... 225 1Yiener, Mrs. Leona. , . . . . . 1Veseloh, Roger. .. . . .93, 225 1Yig1:, Mzirslizi ..... . . . .64 XVesley, Karen ............ 247 72, 74, 91, 105, 211 VVesner, Ric-hard .......... 225 1Vil1'k, Pamela ....,..... NVessel, Blrs. Katherine .... 161 NVilhoit, Earl .,...,..,.. Wessel, Paul ...,..,.. 153, 161 VVilhoit, llenry. ,. . lYesterhol'f, Don ...... 128, 225 Will-ce, Gail .,.... . . .57, xYl'StE'I'l'lO11, Jounn .... VU-stfzill, Karen ...... 225 Wetzel, Geraldine ,... Wharton, M argarc-tr. 209 . XVilken, J:1nir's.... , .... 161 Wilkens, . . . . .225 Wilkens, Nl'ilkens, Irlougzlns ...,., Gloria ......., Melvin ....... YYheatley, Klildred ..,..... 200 1Vilkens, Wvalter .... 27, 82, XYheatley, Sylvia ...,..,... 229 1Vilkerson, James ,... 110, Wheeler, Carolyn .,.... 97 236 137, 239 Wheeler, Dale ......,.... 247 lVilkins, Nancy ......,. . . Xvheeler Era.59, 106, 107 225 VVilkinson, lXIike ....... 57, Wheeler, Gale ..,, 121, 128 136 Willey, Richard .... . . . Wheeler, Margaret. ..,.... 236 1Tilley, Roger .... , . , 1Vheeler, Steven ........,. 209 VVilliains, Allen .... . . . Vl'hitaker, Pat ......... 83, 209 VVilliams, Annette ......... W'hite, Carol ............. 225 VVilliams, Beauton .,...... 1Vhite, Charles ....... 134, 225 VVilliams, Bernard .... 106, VVhite, Curtis ............ 239 Williams, Dianna .....,.,. 1Vhite, Edward .........., 243 VVil1iams, Donald .....,... White, Gordon ....... 137, 232 Williams, Mrs. Irene ...... VVhite, Rosetta ...... White, Vernell ....... 137, 242 NVhite, Vlfarren ....., 1Vhitloek, Donna. . .. Whitlock, Steve ...... 122, 137, 244 1Vhitman, VVilliam, , , Vllhitney, Gloria ..., 64, 71, 225 Whitney, Harry ..,.. Whitney, Joseph ..... Whitted, Charles. . . 1Vhittle, Judy. ,..... 1Viarcla, Wayne ..,... Wvickershani, llike. . . Xvieehert, Ruth ...... Wiegand, Ken ....... 137, 233 Xvielgorec-ki, Joan .... .....209 119, 133, Yvilliams, JOS. ..,..,.. . . VVilliams, Kathleen .... Williams, Mike ...... . . . . .240 W'illia.ms, Toni. . . .. .137, 225 VVilliams, VVillmor ...... 106, 107, Vtlilling, Bonnie ....,.., 120, 21 1 . ..,. 209 Wills, h1rs. Ruth .... . . . ..,. 225 VVilson, Betty ..,.,... VVi1son, Clavin. . . . . . . .. . . .245 VVilson, Curt. .. . . .230 1Vilson, Don. . . . . . . .225 VVilson, Helene. . . ... . . . . .225 YVilson, Nancy. . . . . . . . . . .209 Wilson, Patti. . , . . . . . . . . .225 Wilson, Ronald. . . . . .98, 101, 1Vilson, Walker .,....,. VVilson, Vllilliam .,..... .141, 245 VVilson, Yolanda. .89, 87, iofif sis Y 234 162 71, 225 165 165 225 211 225 247 236 211 127, 238 245 245 243 242 225 165 243 238 161 164 211 225 211 234 211 95, . .8 225 225 165 165 150 237 169 225 225 239 106 ,225 Wiltrakis, Sandra.. . . Wiltshire, James ......... 1Yindauer, Barbara .....,. Winehrenner, Lauren. . , . . 1Vint-ns, LeRoy .,,.,..,., Winkler, Charles .... . . . 1Yinter, hlike ....... ..... 1Vinterhauer, A. A. .... 30, Winterringer, Jean ....... VVinters, Nancy .... . . . VVise, Dave ....... Wise, Frederick .... , . . VVise, Martha ...... , . . Wiseman, Linda .,.. WVlSClll1111, Luella .... Vliishba, Kenneth. . . Wishner, John ..... VVisinski, hlary .... VVismer, Pat ........ . Wisniowski, Connie ...... YVitak, Madelen ........, Withey, James ........ 71, 135, 244 Withey, Steve .... 117, 134, Withgott, James.. ..... 99, YVitt, Kenneth .......... Witvoet, John .... 127, 236, Vllitvoet, Robert, . ,..,.. . 235 211 225 245 225 211 225 161 211 235 236 225 211 225 164 211 247 248 211 236 225 119, 225 242 225 245 247 Wognum, Joan ....,.... 8, 50, 71, 97, 237 W'ognum, John .,........ 237 Wiojeiecliowski, Pamela. . . 225 Wojcik, Janet ...... ,... 6 0, 66, 75, 79,82,91, 141,211 Wbjtanowski, Robert ...... 239 Yvojtanowski, Vl'il1iam. 119, 242 Wvold, Helen ............. 225 Wolf, Cystal ......... 102, 242 YVolf, Joan ..........,. 85, 211 Wolf, Laverle ........ 104, 226 Wolf, Laverle ........ 104, 226 XVolf, Marilyn ..,......,.. 226 VVolf, Mrs. Ronald ....... 153 Xvomar-k, Linda ,.... VS'ood, Donna ..... 226 236 1Vood, Mrs. J. A .,., Wfood, Marilyn ..... W ood, Pat ......,.....,.. VVooden, Emerson ........ Wooden, Juanita .... .... 1Y0ods, Gail ....... Woods, Joann. . . Woods, Samuel, . . . , Woods, Sheila ......,..... NVork, Mrs. Blarilou ....... 1Vorley, YYilliams. . . Xvorona, Natalia .... VVra.y, Velma ............. Wright, Barbara ,.....,. . . VVrigzht, Carol .,...... 166, YYright, Cheryl .... 1Vright, Keith .......,.... VVrohe1, Carole .....,..... 1Vunderlich. F1orenee.153, W'yekol'f, Brian, ....,.... . Wyma, Dennis ..... 73, 78, Vl'yma, Jay ........ Wyman, Myra ..... lVynn, Patricia ..... Wynn, Willie ....... Wysmierski, Jon ........ . . lVysmierski, Joseph. Y Yack, Norah. ......... 96, Yadron, Jerry ........ 137, 153 211 240 241 211 247 226 239 242 161 232 169 161 243 211 248 226 244 161 232 211 246 211 240 211 226 248 237 233 Yates, Janice .... . ..... 234 Yatsak, Joyce ..... 230 Young, Barbara ,... 230 Young, Edna ...... 164 Young, Elizabeth. . . 211 Young, Ellen ............. 232 Young, Gerald ........ ,... 2 11 Youni1,Pa'o .... 71, 77, 141,211 Yzhiek, David ............ 169 Yzbick, Donald ..... 245 Z Zabello, Joyce ...,. Zablocki, Shirley .... 169 234 275 Zack, Phillip ..... Zahler, Suzanne. . . Zallar, Sandra ..... if ,I .A Zander, Alan ...,. Zander, Edward. . Zander, Raymond. 107, 121, 211 Zanders, Laruv, . . Zanders. Shirlyella Zatkalik, Matt. . . Zborouk, Geraldine, ....,,. 211 234 235 226 105, 244 115 211 226 Zechel, Robert ..... INDEX--Continued .22, 161 Zeimetz, Caryl ....,....., 234 Zeleznik, Myron ..... ..... 2 26 Zemke, Gordon ..,........ 242 Zesch, Pamela. .64, 65, 71, 72, 140, 166, 169, 211 Zevenhouse, Henry. . ,.....l6l Zeigler, Joann ......,..... 235 Ziegler, Lloyd .,......... .211 Ziemau, August. ,122, 137, 211 Zienty, VVillianu ......,.... 2311 Zilligen, David ..,.. Zimmer, Kirk ,..... . . . Zimmer, Linda ...,.... Zimmerman, JoAnn. Zimmerman, Kathie. 105, 211 Zimmerman, Vlfilliam .... 81 v 2. Ziolkowski, Juliu. ...... 19. Zipse, Deanna ....,.... 97, Zirkle, Diana .... Zmuda, Carol. . . 211 230 211 211 78. 237 211 235 238 232 Zocternan, Ray. . Zuhlke, Tom ......... Zuithoff, Sandy. . 106, 141, 234 Zukowski, Walter ..... Zurawicz, Robert Zurck, Ronald. , . Zwiefel, Arnold. . 135, 234 Zych, Donna .... Zych, John ,,.. .89 226 106, 238 86, 105, 211 226 229 118, 133, .97, 226 169 KAMPEN AND GOUWENS IGA SUPER MARKET 16168 Soufl' P01 Avenue 14223 chicago Rd. DOLTON, ILL. 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ED. 1-17-17 SHOP ' X X no vi :,,,fr11iee Serving Chicago ond Suburbs For Over 30 Yeors MILLER MARINE SALES Phone: VIIcing 9-1744 138th cmd Indiono Avenue RIVERDALE, ILLINOIS 282 Qlummunitp Mortuary 144th St. dz Indiana Ave. Ylking 9-5500 Vlking 9-0300 KINNEY-HO OD PRINTING COMPANY J. STAFFORD TRESTER, Director - Jerving this arm willz zz distincfive service - 13844 LINCOLN AVENUE - 24 HR. AMBULAXCE SERVICE D O L T O N VI 9-6900 COmmodore 4-7900 inw mfor .qjfanfilaorf ogned FLC. 610 WEST 138Tl-I STREET CHICAGO 27, ILL. 2 M 0 Best Wishes Wild QLW if Class of 1960 WU QM fc W .Qlgwj W W I Mjyfli-M ffsft ' f AW OWf13ERPECT10N GEAR MlM6LW!CffLVL'COMPANY lgxiia-'L-7 5 f , gg? me JL f- ', Qiwmiavgrorrzgyvzx A, , sf - 1-.-3 . E 'J csav F wh- ' ff onlvs ,5-'lf ', I l"Innr-Y' af ' " "'-- .... ..-"" .fdmerican 3064 gear .ibiuiaion HARVEY I O S THORNTON JUNIOR COLLEGE Day and Evening Classes Full Accreditation by The lllinois Department of Education The University of lllinois The North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools A member oi The American Association of Junior Colleges The North Central Council of Junior Colleges lllinois Association of Junior Colleges DALLE PAINT AND HARDWARE Dolton's Oldest argl Largest 14529 Chicago Road Dolton, lllinois Phone: Vllcing 9-2696 Open Sunday A.M. Oliver Rexall Drugs l'larvey's Oldest Drugstore Corner of 154th and Center Avenue Phone: ED 3-3434 PURPLE X Purple X Dances Listen, my children, and you shall hear Oi a world-shaking day in a lar-away year, 'Twas in nineteen hundred and thirty-seven When the thought of going straight to heaven Right alter the baslcetball games and such Seemed to please Thornton students much. For as soon as the Final whistle blew And they wanted something else to do, They'd dash to the street, and with absolute scorn, Clgnoring each motorist's shrill-blasting hornj Would snalce-dance through town, all hands clasped tight And often continue lar into the night. However, .their imminent heav'n-ward ascension Was luclcily stopped by the quiclc intervention OF the deans and the students and P.T.A. too, Who met to decide just what Thornton should do. And out of these meetings came Thornton's big chance- The idea of having a Purple X Dance. Though twenty-three years have gone by since that day, Purple X is still here and, we hope, here to stay, And to the class of 1960 We wish the best Fortune For many a day. Bus. Phone: EDison 1-2845 jo nlme SIBLEY and CLARK V K L -R Wholesalersaiand Retailgzrs of NEwhand USED CARS - 540 Eost 147th Street South H WALT BEYER 288 Compliments of the Boys Club 20th Century Tuxedo Rental i We Rent and Sell Tuxedos l n: Most Complete Stock in Cook County I We Have All Styles and Colors I I WHITE E nl POWDER BLUE iirlf ROYAL BLUE 1 tzu MIDNIGHT BLUE PLAID ee., lzliif l ' 15744 Halsted Street Hours 9 2L.I11. to 9 p.n1. Harvey, Illinois EDiSon 1-5060 289 Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of 1960 HIGH SCHOOL BOOK STORE Holland Super Service I-I. DeVl2lifS, Prop. "Your Texaco Dealer" An Authorized Ford Deal VAN DRUNEN Ford Sales 84 Service New 84 Used Cars Since 1930 16073 So. Park Ave. Phone Ed 1-9568 Res, ED 3-1274 Phone SYcamore 18301-O9 Dixie Higlwway COMPLIMENTS OF THE THOMSEN DOLTON, ILLINOIS ,WEE CLINIC e 8-1668 l'lomewo d III SURGE FRICTION PRODUCTS co. ,fm-,,,ZE Clutch Rebuilding Specialists Broke Shoes 564 E. 155th Street HARVEY, ll.l.lNOlS EDison1-1352 BEN FRANKLIN STCDRE School Supplies Toys and Games Gifts Window Shades 16150 So. Park South Holland, Illinois Congratulations to the Class of 1960 Q-li X9- WALKER . ii-AM-all-.iff PAINT St TlLE CENTER Cfollgwtulutivlle to the Class of 19130 A' Tife of Tomorrow Ffzsfziofzefz' TOIZIIZ-1"Y 5 .uw 250-254 E. 147th Street Phone: ED 1-6177 JAMES E- HENDERSON Harvey, Illinois Plumbing Contractor 15421 Myrtle Ave. HARVEY, ILLINOIS G ERALD TVALIUGR, PROP. Phone: ED 1-0309 292 tgps kara in Wsfffhfw My news ,wffffmfw if-M, 4 U ' gy of 5 4 6' Fif i galil, f., if A A W, ,AJ 'H i 4,4 ,mf " , 'Q .2 4 1, L,4,fL,6fl?g'. Miffff' M, Ng , .,,ff4,e ' , if ' if I , 1' Jw-14 1-ww A QC' fffgwf-1 ' Q TI-TE HvA6a'WR Yf'TR1BI'TiE Ki ? f,.f?'Eig5' ua ff, , , Claim ZI0u7KQLuf, laik 1, M30 I c7fIcxAQjEfCefD0lfO,fLeD .f WXWI if1? IZA!! 625 f- o -you ouL4 I 6540614 complimenisfanel-besiiishes. L6 fd Qpfwlo ' I ,MGM CZUVU aj - -- fof?you-rrfutufefpIansh, 444440 I CSMQAEQMW T+IJEfFqh?S'T"NfAfI4 1Ni6rIrBANIQ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I .BAD-QJVASI4-IISU-595-Lwwsur qwiplimqnts Oli? MQQ J . ' XpvQwwJ . w'L U R - 'WX Q9-.db vu-aw - 9n,o.49-and. Nw ML . , .I MI- QLWMWWW .MMJ'R,nmwgWJ.45dfwMJKU I ' ' Phone viking 9-1648 14207 CHICAGO STREET DOLTO Phones WAterIaII 8-1413 - 14 - 15 RELIABLE SPRING CO. INC. SALES AND SERVICE 10557 S. Michigan Avenue Chicago 28, III. LOU KIEKEN WM. KIECKEN PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION OF THORNTON TOWNSHIP HIGH SCHOOL AND JUNIOR COLLEGE Extends Greetingf and Congratulations to the Clam of 1960 295 Headquarters for Complete 'l'1'z1vel Service Representing All Airline DONEGAL VAN HEUSEN , . , . and Steamship Coinpanles SPORTSWEAR Independent Travel Concliivfecl Tours VV R' S Student Tr:1x'el N1 N v S gff O R E liaiivhes Resorts Cruises ,, ,, ,, ,, Homewood Travel Service 18118 Dixie Highway Homewood, Illinois 154th and Center Dial EDison 3-0262 Phone SYCam0fe 945218 QJVE C0112pl1'mmf.v 0f MORRISON FURNITURE COMPANY 15310 Center Avenue HARVEY, ILLINOIS QJVU FUIton 5-6570 iiiiii. iiiiiii,i QL ,,ii. , ., 15530 South Cicero Avenue OAK FOREST, ILL. 296 .uf-1 4, MVN, A i f-as - K ,Muse W-xx Girls Club Pledge of Loyalty As a member oi the Girls Club, . will stri joyous, Courteous and Steadfast, Truthful, 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, Quick 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 l may become a worthy woman. ' 'fi F gig idl l F , ,,,...,......-- l or Bertrand Bowling Enterprises Rolland Bertrand - Proprietor and General Manager -n-qua.-aa..-0 nun...-Q-..........--...nn---nn PALISADE BOWL 32 Automatics 11550 So. Halsted Street Chicago, lllinois CO 4-3355 Walnut Room For banquets, weddings and parties faccommodates up to 300 peoplel. Free private parlcing Pro Shop fBowling accessoriesl Air Conditioned Cosmetics and notions Coffee Shop Bowling balls, shoes and bags. PARKVI EW LAN ES 24 Automatics 216 West 138th St. Riverdale, lll. Vllcing 9-2350 Free private parlaing Pro Shop CBowling accessories? Air Conditioned Bowling balls, shoes and bags. BOWLING FASHIONS OF AMERICA 11550 S. Halsted Street Chicago, lllinois CO 4-3355 Patricia Stevens Cosmetics - Blouses - Slcirts - Shirts - Shoes - Bags Lois Bertrand - Your Fashion Consultant 298 24 HOUR SERVICE OPEN EVENING-S AND SUNDAYS lndustrial Low Temperature . Testing Equip- ment. Ammonia Plants I RICI-IARD'S LUMBER Commercial IN 86 SUPPLY CO Hospitals . Grocers . Meat Mar- ' lcets . Restaurants . Taverns . D l' t . St . Hz:::1fii2,ie.s 1S248Bf0QdwQY EDiSOn 14700 S. Western Ave. We Service All Malfes . . . 3-8300 HARVEY, ILLINOIS Air Conditioning - Freezers l'lousel'1old Refrigerators Factory Trained and Bonded Serviceman MURPHY 81 MILLER, lnc. EDiS0u3'5473 15248 Broadway - Harvey I f X f AWZZMQMX A omg imelfiri 0 .24 .griencf l , fff If I I I . fi., f fl fp-f .1 1 5-of-7 f X f f f gf' M ,299 SCUTH HOLLAND TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK Oldest Bank in Thornton Township 50 Years of Conservative Banking Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Compliments Uf ED - LYNN MOTOR SALES, INC. NEW 81 USED CARS l.ocal Hillman Dealer 15133 Morgan ED 3-6850 - 51 WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE Wizard Batteries - Davis Tires VVOSlfQI'Il Flyer Bicycles Schwinn Bicycles llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Corner 154th QQ Loomis Phone ED l-4312 300 Aged LULSAQ5 fo Me C6155 of 1960 from the Thornton Junior Reel Cross Council Diane Habas w in Os 1- 'B mn tn U C OS mhh was P 9 O an a. 302 1- H. O rn an U U W-SQ? l' 'a E.- .eff Oos 11- 3... Q0 w -253 lornfon Add :Serve uri we ig 2 Through the years, Thornton Township High School has supplied Wyman-Gordon Com- pany with high-calibre young men and women Following all Fields oi endeavor. The Four Ingalls-Shepard Division employees pictured at the left are graduates of Thornton. They hold interesting jobs in the Fields of accounting, sales, purchasing and industrial relations. N .2 g E os C 'T 1 I 33 Consider Wyman-Gordon Company in plan- .1 V5 bf, 2 - 2 U ning your career. E rn. WYMAN-GORDON COMPANY Ingalls-Shepard Division Harvey, Illinois Quality Forgings Since I 883 CORAL LANES Banquet Room For Rent 24 Automatic Lanes Day Time and Evening Leagues join Our Beginners League 113630 Dixie Highway lXIZll'lill2lI'Ii, Ill. ED 3-7090 - 7091 Whe7'e C u.vt0mer.f Sena' Their Friendx George R. Gibson Chevrolet Soles New 84 Used Cars 458-466 E. 162nd CRoute 62 South Holland, Ill. Phone EDison 1-1754 fs :,fQyUi1QJV, Comlagmen fri -Ji - fQ Vllcing 9-6886 AA J W Qi I 0 J aff, ya! L 0 lfl if lZZCl, 0' kb!--il a V if FL 14940 Chicago Road jrien 303 .Sianiga .Sfmfzce .Simon Salinas Bros. Drugs Prescription Specialists Brake Servicef Motor Tune-up Tires, Batteries 8: Accessories Registered Pharmacists 378 W. 170th St. HMEL CREST, ILLINOIS 15001 Page Ave. Phone ED 1-9705 Phone DE 5-4088 Best Wishes HARVEY FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 'lr i' 'A' 182 East 154tI1 Street Harvey, IIIinois 305, Carson Pirie Scott Chicago Heights Compliments of K , L 5 Camera Shop and Studio 2 ' ' F' P11 I1 F All 1 Ilflgm F61 5221014 if my M , M ,MWWM 1 I WWW . , , iiiiii V, . ,,n. ,, . , QJVQ 14224 S. Indiana Avenue Riverdale, Illinois 141-143 E. 154th Street HARVEY Viking 1-1440 1,11011O 1'fD 1-3500 C. S. STOXV Hardware , Paint Glass Roeter's Cariage, Inc. 14224 S. Eggleston Ave. - Riverdale 27, III. Phone ED 1-0183 108 141. 154th St. HAIWEY HOPMAN'S SERVICE STATION 159th 8a Wood St. Phone: ED 1-9723 650370 Best Wishes to the Class of 1960 OLEN MCRTUARY EDiSon 1-0654 TIRES, BATTERIES, AND ACCESSORIES mum MACAN DER CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES Appliances Sc Television 15710 Halsted Harvey Radios Washers Refrigerators Sweepers RCA Radios Tubes Lionel Trains Sales and Service Phone: EDiSon l-0082 P17 are Proud of You KEEPING PACE SINCE 1890 EDW ARD C. NNXNAS State Street HANINIO ND 308 Our .vincere c0ngm!u1az'z'0n5 and ben' 'ZUZ..fiZ6.f to 651511 one 0 f you for cofzfzkzued 51165655 in the fUfU776: Congratulations to the Class of 1960 FIRST TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK OF RIVERDALE OUR 44th YEAR OF SAFE AND CONSERVATIVE BANKING Member of the Federal Reserve System Member of the Federal Deposit lnsurance Corporation Serving Southern Cook County VOSS SERVICE STATION For 60 Years EAGLE DEPARTMENT Auto Repam Brakes Relined STORE Oil Changes 183 E. 154th St. Grease Jobs HARVEY, ILL. Points gt Plugs Flats Fixed 15900 Dixie I-Iwy, I-larve The Harvey Store With the Nafiorzalbf ED 1-9476 Known Name Brands 310 H241 'UILAM fo flw CAM of 1960 HARVEY NEW CAR DEALERS ASSUCIATIUN wk BAUER BUICK 14720 I'IoIsted ED 1-4800 if C. BRADSHAW INC. FORD 1 East 154tI'1 Street ED 3-3600 f GIBSON BROS. Motor Sales Dodge 8: Plymouth 15516 Pork Avenue ED 1-1425 if NIELSEN CHEVROLET 146 E. 147th Street ED 3-0124 'A' HARRY SMITH OLDSMOBILE 192 E. 155tI1 Street ED 3-1009 -A' TOM'S AUTO MASTERS Studebaker 15303 I'IcrIsted ED 1-6350 Claree Radio and Television Authorized dealer RCA Zenith I8063 Dixie Hwy. Horvrmwooo, ILLINOIE Phone: SY 8-9000 THE '-HARVEY MILLWORK COMPANY ARCHITECTURAL MILLWORK 15214 Main Street Harvey Phone ED 3-5463 C0 mp li m 6'7'Zf5 Of MODERN BARBER SHOP 236 170th Si. I'IazeI Crest, III. CONGRATULATIONS tothe Class of 1960 from HARMS INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. 14067 Lincoln Avenue Dalton, IIIinois Vllcing 9-1400 Allen If. Flagler, Jr. Albert I'I. I-Iarms HAVE A TASTE FOR PIZZA? ?'? I Tried All the Rest . . . BRUNETTI'S PIZZA CASTLE THE BEST 143rd and Halsted Street Qby the Bridgej C40 Years Experieneej Dial lCDison 1-9506 ITALIAN SAUSAGE and Assorted SANDWICHES THE BEST OF FOODS 6455015 159th ond Wood I'Iorvey, IIIinois Open Seyen Doys o Week Bring vV0ll7'-fY007"i77g probfefm I0 EVERS FLOOR CO. 244 E. 147th Sr. IF YOU LIKE YOUR CAR You WIII I.iI4e Our Core "COME IN AND SEE" Harvey, I11. jim 8: Earl Forbes Serving the home owners of this area., as well At Your as industry, public buildings, and schools, since 1929. 147th QQ Halsted Streets Harvey Illinois Phone EDison 1-95515 Open Daily and Holidays- 6 a.m. to 12 p m S131-EY I-UMBER CO- Phone VIIcing 1-1748 INC. LUMBER MILLWORK SOUTH SUBURBAN HEATING FLOORING AIR CONDITIONING PLYWOOD 8K WALL BQARDS Heating - Sheet Metal PLASTER BQARD Gas ond Oil Conversions PLUMBING - BUILDERS HARDWARE Air Conditioning ROOFING - INSULATION PAINTS - ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES PHONES: EDisou 1-1300 INteI'ocea.n 8-8699 147th Street and Ashland Ave. 747 1 42nd St HARVEY, ILLINOIS Dohon, III Congratulations Vlking 9-2166 Il'Om "Two Shops in One" TULSA DOLTON PET 85 GIFT SHOP 14210 Chicago Road DOLTON, ILLINOIS THE OIL CAPITAL'S FINEST LARRY PAPINEAU I7OtI1 84 Wood Hazel Crest, III. DE 5-9898 314 Congrafufafionfi ana! Md jim Cfaga of 1960 ALLIS-CHALMERS MANUFACTURING CO. M' NJ JM I Ojgglivijfiwlgiarvey Works VU' W A QV A V 3 ,, 1' L 1 fv ' fHarVCy, Illinois QQ by JQCVCD, Lggjibwxiivbffigyf WQX JXQW7 M U! X ,f J' f' U' e-.ie V J gjgife ngines ' J WLWVZVwiHg?3de1e1Qt2ygq1o5flOK fbjgyywi VW PQKQUQ F , KN W 001: jj JD' sy f my pm JV, H V tfy MON 4 t B HARVEY Start O A it W iN t Kt 1lNt 2 IIlUlIlIIIrIlIjmu!lljr5I I T i P-: Q u AL ut nsrnnnnnnl Banu ,N l s : E i t IH HHHVEU Right with a Savings Account for a Better Future Complimefzlx Of CHICKE PRESS Letterpress and Photo Offset E269 East 147th Street HARVEY, ILLINOIS EDison 1-5878 Complete Printing Service Business - Industrial - Social Wedding Invitations EDison 1-7577 DAEHN'S JEWELRY WATCH REPAIRING WATCHES - DIAMONDS -JEWELRY GEORGE DAEI-IN 161 QQ South Park Ave South I'IoIIand, III L. BULT SERVICE STATION GREASING WASHING BATTERIES AND FIRESTONE TIRES PHONE TR 7-2581 123 N. Williams St. Compliments Of DE YOUNG 8t SONS Furniture Company 16056 South Parlc Avenue South HoIIand, IIIinois 317 1 1 Ml GJ of yi! Congratulations QL ill , To The Q0 gf ,gf gb RW Class of 1960 fbi ff Wi l fl will f UM 36 LANES MO M if nw AUTOMATICS M' I 4. E' LL ik :A " 4 ' 318 1401 E. Sibley Blvd. Dolton, Illinois VI 9-7300 Phone ED 1-5066 DORSEY'S CLEANERS Pickup and Delivery Service 1-Day Service 200 W. 1471 h llAiev1cY, Congmfulafiom to Class of 1960 NELSON GLASS AND PAINT CO. "Glass for Every Purpose" "Paint for Every Surface" Furniture Tops Mirrors - Auto Glass Plate and Window Glass Pittsburgh Paint and Wallpaper S187 lC, l53rd St. IIARVEY, liiuxois Telephone: 1CDisou l-17623 lfllisou l-4280 Cw07ZQ2'7YZfl1fZf7'0lif fo Iflf Cfrzfx of 1900 HARVEY OFFICE SUPPLY Hai'vey'H Venter for - Fashions for Men - Hllross Hightf When you look your best you do your beSt!" My Block West of I. C. Station Office Supplies - Greeting Cards Toys - Gaines - Magazines - Gifts HARVEY 178 E. 154th Street Phone: ED 1-5335 319 , jf gl WMWHITING A WD? JIM jf? My qw W jf Q, products W? W jaw M My ll WJ ww XL f M serve a OJUA 1 N XID X0 WM B06-r - K fb My industry Mg A fl' MW f CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL GRADUATES We win Be Happy To counsel You On Opportunities at WHITING CORPORATION Herve Illinois .fdrfede izza U, ,H ,W REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE , I 14112 So. Illdlilllil, Ave. VI 9-9410 PROMPT SERVICE TO BUYER AND SELLER Spaghetti - Ravioli - Mostaccioli HOMES, FARMS! VACANT Sausage 8a Italian Beef Sandwiches Af! f'I07'7lI.i' Qf I 7l.YIl7'fl71f'69 IVE? Cam' I0 Przrfiex Large 01' Snzzzff Delivery Take out Orders 18661 Dixie Highway SYccimore 8-8000 Service Promptly Filled I-IOMEWOOD, ILLINOIS PHONE KEdzie 3-7010 C01lKQ'7'fZlllfKllZ.07lA' fo ffm C'ffz.v.v of 1900 CENTRAL TAG COMPANY 2715-31 W. 11111-1-1501131 1-fif- 11 HARVEY MEMORIAL YMCA WM. H. 1+'E11GUsciN W Vice-il' 1-i- S.-Cifxilii Mgr, c'H1c1Ac:o, 12 ' 321 , -'X .X , ,fN ,J , 17' X I fl , -ff ,f 1, -,Ji f wey 5-1 Congratulatzons to The Graduates f S f A37 X I 17058 DIXIE HIGHWAY' 0 HAZEL CREST, ILLINOIS I qsrnuanr sour:-I on wssrsnn AVENUE, X, Q,x l, Nj L ,fc QJIQ 4ayC,1fLfS1 " if , I ff ' L f W, ,f ,I , 1 1 J 4 pw' ff " K J a, ,i4ff1f,4',f.g,f' "Q'0Lf"'4-fj, 6 ' . cf 7 f K I 4 -f ,. ,,f' Clfdfgf f,fiQg.fL, C,lQZfC,,ff 63' Q36-f5.f's-5A5"j KZ LA 2 , 3 V, WY V 771. X liijfw LIL! 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