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LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER 
JOLIET JUNIOR COLLEGE 

JOLIET, ILLINOIS 60431 



iOLIET JUNO? 



r O\ LFGE LJBRART 
JOLIET, ILLINOIS 




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Yesterday our parents established Joliet 
Junior College as the oldest public junior college 
in this country so that we of today may be 
prepared for tomorrow. 

Yesterday our parents also introduced 
Junior C. Wolf as JJC's emblem. May Junior C. Wolf 
of yesterday help you remember today in Joliet 
Junior College in your life tomorrow. 







Contents 



DEDICATION 



ADMINISTRATION 



FACULTY 



COLLEGE OFFICE STAFF 



CAFETERIA AND CUSTODIANS 



HONOR ROLL 



SOPHOMORES 



FRESHMEN 



ACTIVITIES 



ORGANIZATIONS 



SPORTS 



CANDIDS 



JOUET JUNIOP COH.FGE LIBRARY 
JOLIET, ILLINOIS 



Dedication 




MR. EDMUND C. PUDDICOMBE 

During the day you can see him lecturing physiology classes in Room 291; 
after school you might find him sponsoring an SMS meeting or working on the 
illustrations for his loose-leaf notebook that his students use; or on a free day 
you might find him taking SMS members on a field trip to some research center 
or hospital. 

This is Mr. Edmund C. Puddicombe. For years he has readily given his 
services and time to the junior college, especially to the Students of Medical 
Science, one of the most active clubs of the school. Words cannot measure these 
services, cannot give even a slight hint of the time spent. 

This year we dedicate The Shield to Mr. Puddicombe to show that his ef- 
forts and help are appreciated. 



Yearbook Staff 




RON KNAKMUHS 
Assistant Editor, Facuttu and Administration. 



BARBARA BUTTERFIELD 
Assistant Editor, Freshman Section. 




MRS. VERA SMITH 

Adviser 



MRS. KATHRYN DeJARLD 

Co-ordinator. 



Yearbook Staff 





The staff members have put in much 
of their time, especially during Christmas 
vacation, in the hope of making this year- 
book something that you will enjoy look- 
ing at now and in the future. 

We would like to thank Tom Balla for 
printing all the freshman pictures. 



Some members of the yearbook staff discussing deadlines that have to be 
Schroeder, Les Nelson, Edelgard, Eiehholz, and Andy {Gavins. 



et are Ron Knakmuhs, Gerri McKanna, Bill 



A Message From The Dean and The Assistant Dean 



Every commencement many graduates say how much 
they have enjoyed junior college and how fast the time has 
flown. Thus it will be with most of the rest of your lives. 
Time rests easy on the shoulders of those who have learned 
many of the basic lessons junior college teaches. 

You have learned that life has success as well as de- 
feat, that today lived well makes yesterday and tomorrow 
better, that every now and then you get slapped when you 
•"nought you would get praised, or vice versa, and that friends 
are more precious than gold. You have learned that life 
can be beautiful as well as sad, and that you can cope with 
the problems it brings. 

You are to be complimented, for you have achieved 
something of which you can well be proud. 



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ELMER W. ROWLEY, Dean 
B.S., University of Illinois 
M.A., University of Chicago 




SUSAN H. WOOD, Assistant Dean 
B.S., M.A., University of Illinois 
Assistant Director, Adult Education 



Greetings to the 1958 graduates of the Joliet Junior 
College. During the two years you have been with us, the 
launching of satellites, the plans for a trip to the moon 
in the not too distant future, and the promise of 
even speedier jet planes by the close of the year make 
this a most exciting world. To live in such times, uncertain 
and even perilous though they may be, education plays an 
important role. Hundreds of years ago Socrates described 
the educated man as one who could control circumstances 
and not be mastered by them. To live in such a rapidly chang- 
ing world, seek every opportunity to learn more about it 
and the people who live within it. 



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MARCIE LONG 

Art 

M.A., University of Wyoming 




CLAYTON WINTERSTEEN 

Trade Industrial 

(Wood Shop) 

M.A., New York University 



MARIAN McANALLY 

Rlietoric 

B.A., M.A., University of 

Illinois 




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C. M. EGGMAN 

Chemistry 

B.A., M.A., Indiana 

University 



ROSELLEN OSWALT 
Business Education 
B.A., B.S., Olivet College 
M.A., Northwestern 
University 



BEN F. DAY, Rhetoric 

B.S., Eastern Illinois State College 

M.A., Peabody College for Teachers 






DONALD KIENLEN 
Physical Education 
B.S., University of Illinois 



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MARGARET C. McMANUS 

Business Education 
B.Ed., Western Illinois 
State College 
M.A., University of Illinois 



A. A. WILLS 

Coach, Basketball 

B.A., DcPauw University 



SHIRLEY WINTERROTH 

Trade Industrial (Printing) 

B.S., Illinois State Normal 

University 

M.A., University of Illinois 



DR. LEROY MECAY 
Science (Chemistry) 
B.S., B.A., Lincoln College 
M.A., University of Illinois 
D.Ed., University of Missouri 



ELISABETH ELDRED 
English Literature 
B.A.,Beloit College 
M.A., University of Wisconsin 





BEULAH HOFFER 

Physical Education 
B.S., University of Illinois 
M.A., Northwestern 
University 



MARY LOUISE FISHER 

Mathematics 

B.S., M.S., University of 

Illinois 



CATHERINE WOOD, English (Speech) 

B.A., Illinois Wesleyan 

M.A., Northwestern University 



LEON A. CAREY 
Business Education 
B.A., M.A., University of 
Wisconsin 




MAX KUSTER 

Agriculture 

B.S., M.Ag. Ed., University of 

Illinois 



DORIS RAY 
Home Economics 
B.S., M.S., University of 

Illinois 



GLENN A. EVANS 
Social Science 
B.S., Monmouth College 
M.A., University of Chicago 



LLOYD Z1MMER 

Machine Shop 

B.E., Wisconsin State 

Teachers College 

M.Ed., University of Illinois 




EUNICE A. FRENK 
Language ( Spanish ) 
B.A., Valparaiso University 
M.A., Northwestern 
University 



A. A. WILLS 

Coach, Basketball 

B.A., DePauw University 



meiat^may'^ 

Mathematics 

B.S., State Teachers College, 

Plattville, Wisconsin 



HERMAN WALSER 

Physical Education 
B.S., M.S., University of 
Illinois 



LEONA BROWN 

Home Economics 
B.S., M.S., University of 

M.Ji., University of Texas 







BEULAH HOFFER 
Physical Education 
B.S., University of Illinois 
M.A., Northwestern 
University 



ELMER J. JAMNIK 

Business Education 

B.S., Eastern Illinois State 

College 

M.S., University of Illinois 




CATHERINE WOOD, English (Speech) 

B.A., Illinois Wesleyan 

M.A., Northwestern University 







DORIS RAY 

Home Economics 
B.S., M.S., University of 
Illinois 



GLENN A. EVANS 

Social Science 

R.S.. Monmouth College 




LOYD ZIMMEK 
lachine Sliop 
.E., Wisconsin State 
eachers College 



GLENN YOUNG 

Science (Chemistry) 

M.S., Oklahoma Agricultural 

and Mechanical College 



GEORGE FAHRENHOLZ 

Physical Education 

M.A., Northwestern University 



VERA THALROSE, Physical Education 
B.A., Hunter College 
M.A., New York University 






ROBERT REXER 
Language (Spanish) 
M.A., University of Illinois 



mguage (Spanish) 
..A., Valparaiso University 
d.A., Northwestern 
University 



A. A. WILLS 

Coach, Basketball 

B.A., DePauw University 



LEONA BROWN 

Home Economics 

B.S., M.S., University of 

Illinois 

Smith-Hughes Vocational 

Requirements 




MELVIN MAY 

Mathematics 

B.S., State Teachers College, 

Plattville, Wisconsin 

M.S., University of Wisconsin 

Social Science 
3.A., Evansville College 
vl.A., University of Kentucky 
Pre-Legal and Liberal Arts 




:: Me OLIN L. McREYNOLDS 

cott, | Social Science 

Rung B.A., Indiana University 

int, M.A., University of Chicago 



NEIL LANCE 

Physical Education 
M.S., University of Illinois 



DR. HAL DELL1NCER, A/f/ 0f * b 
B.M.S., M.M.S., University of eck£i 
D.Ed., Teachers College, CoL 11 ^ 
Fine Arts and Pre-Education 



HERMAN WALSER 
Physical Education 
B.S., M.S., University of 
Illinois 







HARRY ADAMS, Science 

B.E., M.S., Illinois State Normal University 



business Education 
Normal 

y of Chicago 
s and 





WILLIAM L. HUGHES 

Science 

B.A., Evansville College 

B.S., Ohio State 

M.A., Indiana University 





HARRY D. LEINENWEBER, Social Science 
B.A., Hanover College 
M.A., University of Chicago 




ERMA SMITH 

Speech 

B.L., Northwestern 

University 

M.A., Columbia 




WENDELL WILLIAMS 

Mathematics 

B.S., College of Charleston 

M.S., M.A., University of 

Illinois 



EVERETT C. NELSON 

Science (Zoology) 
B.A., M.A., University of 
Wisconsin 



MAYNARD LEATSLER 
Science (Photography) 
B.A., M.S., University of 
Iowa 





OBERT REXER 

anguage (Spanish) 
I. A., University of 



ingnage (Spanish) 
..A-. Valparaiso University 

Uir 



A. A. WILLS 

Coach. Basketball 

B.A., DePauw University 



Cafeteria Staff and Custodians 




EDMUND C. PUDDICOMBE 

Science 

B.S., M.S., University of Illinois 

Medical Science 



LOLA EMERY, Business Education 

B.S., Illinois State Normal 

University 

M.B.A., University of Chieago 

Two-Year Business and 

Pre-Commercc 







WILLIAM L. HUGHES 

Science 

B.A., Evansville College 

B.S., Ohio State 

M.A., Indiana University 





HARRY D. LEINENWEBER, 
B.A., Hanover College 
M.A., University of Chicago 




ERMA SMITH 

Speech 

B.L., Northwestern 

University 

M.A., Columbia 




EVERETT C. NELSON 
Science (Zoology 
B.A., M.A., University of 
Wisconsin 



MAYNARD LEATSLER 
Science (Photography) 
B.A., M.S., University of 
Iowa 






MR. ELMER W. ROWLE 
Dean 




DeJARLD 



MRS. CORA WINSTON 



Cafeteria Staff and Custodians 




ABOVE : ( Insert ) Miss Mary Hammer, cafeteria 
manager. Left to right: Mesdames Cioni, Boson- 
etta, Walters, Fores, Scott, Lemke, Austin, Kelty, 
Schlimm, Meadmore, Runge, Damman, Jacques, 
Clark, Williams, Grant, Wiegmann, Watkins, 
Bell, and Manthey. 



RIGHT: Herbert Pierson, building engineer; Bror 
Anderson, building superintendent; Vincent Ed- 
wards, night foreman. 



BELOW: Messrs. Blaser, Forsell, Krakar, Smith, 
Pierce, Anderson, Koerber, Johnson, Lepacik 
Seehafer, Jackson, Becker, Ribocie, Reichardt 
Jensen, Zan, and Downey. 







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Honor Roll 



September, 1957 - January, 1958 



FRESHMEN 

Janet Connelly 4.00 

Beverly Torok 3.88 

Donald Johnson 3.83 

Sharon Chalfant 3.82 

Judy Rohmer 3.81 

Guy Sell 3.81 

Lois Morawski 3.79 

Bonnie Badurski 3.75 

Richard Sandretti 3.75 

Judith Long 3.70 

Janet Nelson 3.70 

Jean Hills 3.65 

Annette DiLorenzo 3.58 

Richard Begler .... 3.56 

Joseph Petrovic 3.56 

Marianne Wilkins 3.56 

Mary Beth Sorensen 3.50 

SOPHOMORES 

Russell Edwards 4.00 

Sylvia Isaacson 4.00 

George Klepec 4.00 

Janet Knauer 4.00 

Richard Krapf 4.00 

Jay Luhtala 4.00 



Allen McCowan 4.00 

Jerry Meyer 4.00 

Susan Moore 4.00 

Louis Norton 4.00 

Jeannine Thornburg 4.00 

Albert Longnecker 3.84 

Charles Holmes 3.80 

Barbara Lloyd 3.78 

Jerry Lavely 3.75 

Jane Rapson 3.75 

Nicholas Ventsias 3.73 

Joseph Pasteris .3.71 

Linda Farmer 3.69 

Dan Gutierrez 3.67 

Joseph Lavely 3.67 

Edelgard Eichholz 3.61 

Carole Fris 3.61 

Maryann Rainville 3.61 

Donald Aldeen 3.60 

James Maloney 3.59 

Judy Yahn 3.58 

Shirley Robinson 3.57 

Joyce Glinz 3.55 

Melvin Gustafson 3.51 

Elmer Bell 3.50 



At the end of each semester an Honor Roll is compiled. All persons 
earning a 3.5 average or better, and carrying at least 12 hours of work, are 
eligible for this honor. 



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SECRETARY 



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TED JAMES "Gus" 




NANCY DALE AHRENS 


Pre-Medical 




Pre-Edueation 


Lettermen's Club. Students of MedicJ 


1 Sci- 


Women's Athletic Association (Publicity 1, 


ence. Swing Band, Sophomore 


Class 


President 21. Sophomore Class (Secre- 


(President) 




tary-Treasurer) Choir (Social Chairman 


From : Joliet Township High School 




2), Executive Council, JJC Players. 


To: University of Illinois 




Orchesis, Booster Club 


Hobby: Girls 




From : Joliet Township High School 
Queen's Court Spring Formal 1 
Hobbies: Music, Art, Sports 



THURMAN E. BOLERJACK "Thurm" 
Physical Education 
Sophomore Class (Vice-President) 
From: Lockport Township High School 
To: Northern Illinois State University o 

Arizona State 
Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing. Sports 



Janet i\eison 

Jean Hills 

Annette DiLorenzo 3. 

Richard Begler ..___ 3. 

Joseph Petrovic 3. 

Marianne Wilkins 3. 

Mary Beth Sorensen 3. 

SOPHOMORES 

Russell Edwards 4. 

Sylvia Isaacson 4. 

George Klepec 4.' 

Janet Knauer 4.1 

Richard Krapf 4.( 

Jay Luhtala 4.( 



At the end of each semester an Honor Roll is com 
earning a 3.5 average or better, and carrying at least 12 
eligible for this honor. 



ANITA ANN AGAN 

Liberal Arts 

Women's Athletic Association 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: Teach at Channahon Grade School 

Hobbies: Piano. Bowling 

WALTER H. ALBERS "Wally" 

Pre-Agriculture 

From : Peotone High School 

To: University of Illinois 

Hobby : Basketball 






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DONALD R. ALDEEN 

Pre-Law 

Veterans' Club 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: University of Illinois 

JACK N. AMOROSE "Amine" 

Music 

Choir, JJC Swing Band 

From : Joliet Township High School 

Hobbies : Golf. Sports, Music 

ROSEMARY ANDERSON "Rommy" 

Pre-Commerce 

Freshman Class (Secretary-Treasurer), 
Student Council (Secretary 1-2), 
Booster Club (President 2 ), JJC Play- 
ers (Student Council Representative 
2), Women's Athletic Association. 
Pompon Girls. Orchesis, Dance and 
Committee Chairman, 
Queen's Court 

From : Joliet Township High School 

To: Indiana University 

Honor Roll 

Hobby : Art 



BENEDICT J. BAKANEC "B 

Pie-Engineering 

Veterans' Club. Letterman's Club 

Kineers- Club 
From: Joliet Township High Sch 
To: University of Iowa 

THOMAS J. BALLA "Tom" 
P re-Engineering 
Engineers' Club, Press Club 
From: Joliet Township High Sch 
To: Unhersity of Illinois 
Hobby: Photography 

JAMES LEE BASEY 

Pre-Engineering 

Engineers' Club 

From: Wilmington High School 

Hobbies: Sports Cars 



MORTON C. BROWN "Pete" 

Pre-Engineering 

From : West Frankfort C.H '3. 

To: University of Illinois 

RICHARD L. BUDDE "Bud" 

Pre-Commerce 

Veterans' Club 

From: Joliet Catholic High School 

Hobbies: Hunting. Fishing. Athlet 

BOB C. BULDAK "Butch" 

Pre-Commerce 

Choir (Historianl. Business Club 

From: Joliet Catholic High 

To: Quincy College 

Hobbies: Sports. Photography 




SECRETARY 



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JAMES E. HURKE "Ji 



Business Club 

From: Joliet Township High School 
To: Illinois State Normal University 
Hobbies: Astronomy, Cars 

WILLIAM E. BURNS 



GEORGE P. CALAMARAS 
Liberal Arts 

From: Joliet Township High School 
Hobby: Literature 



TED JAMES "Gus" 


NANCY DALE AHRENS 


THURMAN E. BOLL 


Pre-Medical 


Pre-Education 


Physical Education 


Lettermen's Club. Students of Medical Sci- 


Women's Athletic Association 1 Publicity 1, 


Sophomore Class (Vice 


ence, Swing Band, Sophomore Class 


President 2), Sophomore Class (Secre- 


From : Lockport Towns 


(President) 


tary-Treasurer) Choir (Social Chairman 


To: Northern Illinois S 


From : Joliet Township High School 


2), Executive Council. JJC Players. 


Arizona State 


To: University of Illinois 


Orchesis. Booster Club 


Hobbies: Hunting, Fish 


Hobby: Girls 


From: Joliet Township High School 
Queen's Court Spring Formal 1 
Hobbies: Music. Art. Sports 





Janei ivcuui. =-.... 
Jean Hills ... 

Annette DiLorenzo 3 

Richard Begler 3 

Joseph Petrovic . 3. 

Marianne Wilkins 3 

Mary Beth Sorensen 3 

SOPHOMORES 

Russell Edwards 4." 

Sylvia Isaacson 4. 

George Klepec ... 4. 

Janet Knauer 4.< 

Richard Krapf 4.1 

Jay Luhtala 4.1 



At the end of each semester an Honor Roll is co 
earning a 3.5 average or better, and carrying at least 12 
eligible for this honor. 



ANITA ANN AGAN 

Liberal Arts 

Women's Athletic Association 

From: Joliet Township High Sc 

To: Teach at Channahon Grade Sc 

Hobbies: Piano. Bowling 

WALTER H. ALBERS "Wally" 

Pie-Agriculture 

From: Peotone High School 

To: University of Illinois 

Hobby : Basketball 



MARILYN L. COOPER 

Pre-Education 

Women's Athletic Association 

From: Lincoln-Way Community 

School 
W.A.A. Award 
Hobbies: Music 

RON CRISCIONK 

General 

From: Joliet Township High Scho 

PATTERSON CURTIS "Pat" 



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RUSSELL H 


DAHLEN "Russ" 


Music 








Swing 


Band, 


Thoir (St 


udent 


Cone 


uctor) 


JJC Pla 




From : 


Joliet Township 


High Seh 


To: M 


chican 


State Co 


lege 


Hobbie 


s: Mut 


1C 




LESLIE DAVIS "Les" 


& "Doc" 


Pre-Oo 








From ■ 


Plainf 


eld High School 


Hoi, hi, 


5 : Automobiles i 


nd Music 




SECRETARY 




LINDA FARMER 

General 

From: Joliet Township High School 

DAVID E. FERGUSON 

Pre-Engineering 

From: Plainfield High School 

To: University of Michigan 

Hobbies: Hunting. Fishing 

CAROLE J. FRIS 

Home Economics 

Women's Athletic Association 

From : Joliet Township High School 

To: University of Illinois 

Hobbies'. Music 



TED JAMES "Gus" 

Pre-Medical 

Lettermen's Club, Students of Medical Sci- 
ence. Swing Band, Sophomore Class 
(President) 

From : Joliet Township High School 

To: University of Illinois 

Hobby: Girls 



NANCY DALE AHRENS 

Pre-Education 

Women's Athletic Association I Publicity 1, 
President 21. Sophomore Class (Secre- 
tary-Treasurer I Choir (Social Chairman 
21, Executive Council, JJC Players. 
Orchesis. Booster Club 

From: Joliet Township High School 

Queen's Court Spring Formal 1 

Hobbies: Music. Art, Sports 



THURMAN E 
Physical Eduei 
Sophomore Cla; 
From : Lockport 
To: Northern 111 
Arizona State 
Hobbies : Hunting 



ANITA ANN AGAN 

Liberal Arts 

Women's Athletic Association 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: Teach at Channahon Grade School 

Hobbies: Piano, Bowling 



Janer i\cisun 

Jean Hills ... 

Annette DiLorenzo 3. 

Richard Begler ...... 3, 

Joseph Petrovic 3 

Marianne Wilkins 3. 

Mary Beth Sorensen 3, 

SOPHOMORES 

Russell Edwards 4. 

Sylvia Isaacson 4. 

George Klepec 4. 

Janet Knauer 4. 

Richard Krapf 4.1 

Jay Luhtala ... 4.1 



At the end of each semester an Honor Roll is co 
earning a 3.5 average or better, and carrying at least 12 
eligible for this honor. 



WALTER 
Pre-Agric 
From : Pe 
To: Unive 
Hobby : I 



H. ALBERS "Wally" 
Iture 

tone High School 
sity of Illinois 
isketball 






THOMAS A. GOODWIN 

Music 

JJC Choir, JJC Swing Band. Veteran 

Club 
From : Joliet Township High School 
To: University of Illinois 
Hobby : Horseshoe Pitching 

KENNETH W. GRISWOLD 

Liberal Arts 

Lettermen's Club. Football, Wrestling 

Baseball 
From : Joliet Township High School 
To: University of Illinois 
Hobbies : 'Sports 

M. THOMAS GUSTAFSON 

Pre-Education 

JJC Choir (Vice-President 2) 

From : Joliet Township High School 

Hobby : Choral Work 



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DAN GUTIERREZ 
Pre-Medieal 

Students of Medical Sc 

From: Joliet Township High School 
To: University of III 
Hobby: Baseball 

RUSSELL LEE HAMILTON "Russ" 

Pre-Commerce 

Student Council (Out-of-District 

Representative 1), Business Club 

JJC Players 
From: Lincoln-Way Community High 

School 
To: Northern Illinois State Un 
Hobbies : Big Dogs and H 




Club 

From: Joliet Township High Sch 
To: University of III: 
Hobby: Reading 




KAREN A. JOHNSON 

Mclioal Technology 

Students of Medical Science. Women': 

Athletic Association 
From : - T . .1 1 - - 1 T..» nship Hik'h School 
To: Lewis College 
Hobbies : Sports, Sewing, Reading 

KENNETH H. JOHNSON "Ken" 
Liberal Arts 

From: Joliet Township High School 
To: University of Illinois 

MARVIN C. JOHNSON 



TED JAMES "Gus" 

Pre-Medical 

Lettermen's Club, Students of Medical Sc 

ence. Swing Band. Sophomore Clas 

I President) 
From : Joliet Township High School 
To: University of Illinois 
Hobby: Girls 



NANCY DALE AHRENS 

Pre-Educaticm 

Women's Athletic Association (Publicity 1, 
President 2), Sophomore Class (Secre- 
tary-Treasurer) Choir (Social Chairman 
2), Executive Council. JJC Players, 
Orchesis, Booster Club 

From: Joliet Township High School 

Queen's Court Spring Formal 1 

Hobbies: Music. Art. Sports 



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Phy 



Janet iNeisuu 

Jean Hills 

Annette DiLorenzo 3 

Richard Begler . 3 

Joseph Petrovic ... 3, 

Marianne Wilkins 3. 

Mary Beth Sorensen 3, 

SOPHOMORES 

Russell Edwards ... 4. 

Sylvia Isaacson 4. 

George Klepec ... 4. 

Janet Knauer 4. 

Richard Krapf 4. 

Jay Luhtala 4. 



ANITA ANN AGAN 
Liberal Arts 

Women's Athletic Associatioi 
From : Joliet Township H 
To: Teach at Channahun Gi 
Hobbies: Piano. Bowling 

WALTER H. ALBERS 



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ity of Illinois 
sketball 



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At the end of each semester an Honor Roll is con 
earning a 3.5 average or better, and carrying at least 12 
eligible for this honor. 



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GEORGE F. KLEPEC 

Pie-Legal 

From: Joliet Catholic High School 

To: DePaul University 

Hobby: Crossword Puzzles 

JANET D. KNAUER 

Liberal Arts 

Women's Athletic Association, Press 

Club 1 
From : Joliet Township High School 
To: Joliet Insurance Agents 

Association Scholarship 

DANIEL D. KOBE 

Music 

Swing Band (Business Manager), 

Choir, Oratorio 
From : Lockport Township High School 
To: DePaul University 
Hobby: Collecting Records 



RICHARD D. KRAPF "Rich" 
Libera] Arts 

From : Peotone High School 
To: Westmont College or Santa 
Barbara College 



From: Joliet Township High School 
To: Augustana College 
Hobbies : Music, Sports 

JEROME P. LAVELY "Jerry" 

Pre-Commerce 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: University of Illinois 

Scholarship from Jewel Food Stores 



JAMES R. MALONEY "Oskosh" 

Liberal Arts 

Choir 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: University of Illinois 

Hobby: Music 

ROBERT A. MANDEL "Bug-o" 
Two-Year Business 
Lettermen's Club, Business Club, 
Distributive Education (Histo 
Engineers' Club (Secretary 1) 
From: Joliet Catholic High 
To: Northern Illinois State Uni\ 
Freshman and Sophomore Football 
Awards 



WILLIAM MASON "Ace" 
Liberal Arts 

From : Taylorville High School 
To: Eastern Illinois 
Hobbies : Sports and Girls 





VINCENT C. McASEY "Vine*" 

Pre— Commerce 

Veterans' Club 

From : Lockport Township High School 

To: DePaul University or Northern 

Illinois State University 
Hobbies: Golf. Swimming, and Bowling 

janet r. McCarthy 

Pre-Education 

From: Joliet Township High School 
To: Illinois State Normal University 
Hobby: Sports 

ALBERT 0. McCLOUD "Al" 

Pre-Med-cal 

Students <..: Medical Science 

From : Juliet Township High School 

To: University u,' Illinois 

Hubbies: Golf. Musk 



TED JAMES 
Pre-Medical 
Lettermen's C 



NANCY DALE 
Pre-Education 
Women's Athle 

President 2) 

tary-Tr 



2). Ex 



cutiv 



Hubbies : Mc 



ALLEN C. McCOWAN "Al" 

Pre-Agriculture 

From : Joliet To 

To: University ( 

Hobby : Flying 

ROGER McDOWELL "Mac" 

Electronics 

From: Joliet Township High Scho 

To: United States Army 



Janei txcisun 

Jean Hills 

Annette DiLorenzo 3 

Richard Begler ... 3 

Joseph Petrovic ... _ 3 

Marianne Wilkins 3 

Mary Beth Sorensen 3 

SOPHOMORES 

Russell Edwards 4/ 

Sylvia Isaacson 4. 

George Klepec 4. 

Janet Knauer 4. 

Richard Krapf 4.i 

Jay Luhtala ... 4.1 



RAYMOND A. McGRATH "Mack" 
Trade-Industrial (Electricity) 
Lettermen's Club 

From: Joliet Township High School 
Hobbies: Fishing and Hunting 

JERRY MEYER 

Pre-Medical 

Students of Medical Science, Choir 

(Social Chairman) 
From : Joliet Township High School 
To: University of Illinois 
Hobbies : Astronomy, Weight Lifting 

Music 



At the end of each semester i 
earning a 3.5 average or better, anc 
eligible for this honor. 







m 



KEN P. MOLNAR 

Pre-Medical 

Students of Medical Science 

From : University of Illinois 

Hobbies : Golf and High-Fi 

SUSAN E. MOORE "Sue" 
Two-Year Secretarial 
Co-op Club (President of Local Co-op 
Club, Vice President of Area Co-op) 
From: Joliet Township High School 
To: Secretarial Job 
Hobby : Joe 

DALLAS D. MUNTER "Dal" 



Veterans' Club. Enginee 


s' Club 


From: Vandalia Commu 


nity High 


School 




To: University of Illinoi 




Hobbies : Photography a 


id Model 


Building 





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LESTER NELSON "Les" 

Pre-Law 

Press Club. JJC Players, Choir, 

Yearbook Staff 
From : Joliet Township High Scho 
To: University of New Mexico, 

Albuquerque, New Mexico 
Hobby: Baton Twirling 

JOHN C. NORD "Jack" 
Pre-Agrieulture (Forestry) 
From : Plainf ield High School 
To: University of Michigan 
Silver Pin, Engineers' Club 
Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing 

KEITH W. O'BRIEN 

Pre-Commerce 

Business Club. JJC Players 

From : Joliet Catholic High 

To: Lewis College 

Hobbies: Golf. Bowling 







on, JJC 



nen's Athletic Asso 
JOJayers 

Pren : Joliet Township High School 
Stu.Would like to be airline hostess 
FroDr Roll 
To: 

OL J. SHAW "Shawzie" 
DA\~ Economics 

Libei (Treasurer 2, Librarian 1 ), Fut 
Fromchers of America, Women's 
Sclletic Association 

Joliet Township High School 
niversity of Illinois 
quarter (second semester of 1 ) 
s: Music. Sports, Cooking 



DOI.O 
Libera 

B< St S uIi^ N L - SING ' ,Norm " 
JJ w Plpresident2 ». JJC Swing Band 
Pom oliet Town s m 'P Hi >-' h School 

^""iJ.EY ALAN SINGLETARY 
'//."•■al Engineering 
Hobb,e Engineers' Club 
JOSEF?°' iet Township High School 

Libera 'yr. 3 ^^ I ". inoiS 
From • Cmn Collecting 
To : Nc 



PATRICIA PLANK "Pat" 

Pre-Nursing 

Choir (Section Leader 1, Student 

Council Representative 21, Students 

of Medical Science 
From : Joliet Township High School 
Laboratory Technician at Silver 

Cross Hospital 

VIRGINIA K. POWELL "Kaye" 

Pre-Education 

Booster Club (President 11. Women's 

Athletic Association (Student Counci 

Representative 2) 
From : Joliet Township High School 
To: Michigan State University 

JOHN RACICH 

Retailing 

From : Joliet Township High School 







SECRETARY 




MATTHEW J. RACICH 

Pre- Education 

Veterans' Club {President 2) 

From : Juliet Township High School 

To: Illinois State Normal University 

PATRICIA K. RAFTER "Pat" 

General 

Choir. Women's Athletic Association 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To : Art Institute of Chicago 

Hobbies: Sketching. Reading 

DOMINIC B. RAINO "Dom" 

Pre-Commeree 

JJC Players (President 1). Student 
Council Delegate-at-Large. Smoker 
and Lounge (Committee Chairman) 

From : Joliet Township High School 

To: University of Illinois 

Hobby : Speech 









ALLEN C. McCOWAN "Al" 


TED JAMES "Gus" 




NANCY DAL 


Pre-Agriculture 


Pre-Medical 




Pro-Education 


From : Joliet Township High 


Lettermen's Club, Students of Medic 


al Sci- 


Women's Ath 


To: University of Illinois 


ence, Swing Band. Sophomore 


Class 


President 2 


Hobby : Flying 


(President) 




tary-Treasu 




From : Joliet Township High School 




2). Execut 


ROGER McDOWELL "Mac" 


To: University of Illinois 




Orchesis, B 


Electronics 


Hobby: Girls 




From : Joliei 


From : Joliet Township High 






Queen's Cour 


To : United States Army 



Janei ixcisuw .... 
Jean Hills .„. 

Annette DiLorenzo 3 

Richard Begler 3 

Joseph Petrovie 3 

Marianne Wilkins 3, 

Mary Beth Sorensen .._ 3, 

SOPHOMORES 

Russell Edwards 4. § 

Sylvia Isaacson 4. 

George Klepec 4. 

Janet Knauer _„. 4. 

Richard Krapf 4.i 

Jay Luhtala ....A\ 

At the end of each semester 
earning a 3.5 average or better, ar 
eligible for this honor. 



RAYMOND A. McGRATH "Ma 
Trade-Industrial (Electricity) 
Lettermen's Club 

From: Joliet Township High Soioir, 
Hobbies: Fishing and Hunting n 

JERRY MEYER 

Pre-Medical 

Students of Medical Science, Ch 

(Social Chairman) 
From : Joliet Township High Sc 
To : University of Illinois choo \ 

Hobbies : Astronomy, Weight L 

Music 







DONALD E. REU "Don" 

From : Fort Madison Senior High. Io 

Hobby : Photography 

JAY RICE, JR. 
Liberal Arts 

Oratorio. Choir. Quintones. Quartet 
From : Joliet Township High School 
To: North Central College 
Hobbies: Piano Playing. Singing. 
Collecting Old Records 

SHIRLEY R. ROBINSON 



From : Joliet Township High School 
To: University of Illinois 
Hobbies: Singing, Stamps. 
Accompanying 



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GERRY A. SCHEFFLER 

Drafting 

From : Joliet Catholic High 

HAROLD J. SCHMITZ "Smitty" 

Drafting 

From: Lockport Township High School 

To: University of Illinois 

JOHN J. SCHNEIDER "Duke" 



From : Joliet Catholic High 
To: Northern Illinois State Univ. 
Hobbies: Coin Collecting, Bowling 
(ABC), Hunting 



GERI L. SMEGO 

Pre-Education 

Future Teachers of America 

From: Lincoln-Way Community 

High School 
Teaching or Chicago Teachers 

College 
Hobbies: People and Animals 

GERALD K. SMITH "Smith Broth 

also "JED" 
Trade-Industrial 
JJC Swing Band 

From : Joliet Township High School 
To : Operate Gas Station 
Hobbies : Automobiles 

NORMAN R. SMITH "Norm" 





TED JAMES "Gi. 








Pre-Medical 








Letter! 


nen's Club 


St 


jdents of 


Med 


ence 


Swing 


Ban 


d. Sophe 


mori 


(Pre 


sident) 








From : 


Joliet Tow 


nsh 


p High S 


hool 


To: Ul 


liversity oi 


iii< 


nois 




Hobby 


Girls 









NANCY DAL 
Pre-Education 
Women's Athl 

President 2 

tary-Tr 



ANTOINETTE M. SOWA "Toni" 

Pre-Commerce 

Women's Athletic Association, Booster 

Club. Cheerleaders (Captain 2), 
JJC Players, Radio Players. Choir 
From : Joliet Township High School 
To: Marquette University ( ?l 
Hobbies : Dancing, Music, Sports, and 

Cheerleading 
JAMES L. SPARLIN "Flash" 
Physical Education 
Lettermen's Club. Student Council 

(Out-of -District Representative. 

President 2) 
From: Wilmington High School 
To : Northern Illinois State University 
Football (2 letters). Basketball (2 

letters). Baseball (2 letters) 

Hobbies : Sports 
JUDY A. SPECKMAN "Speck" 
Liberal Arts 
Women's Athletic Association (Student 

Council 1-2 .Vice-President 2) 

Booster Club. Choir ( Robe Chairman 

1-21, JJC Players, Social Council 

1-2, Pompon Girls, Dance and 

Homecoming Committees, 

Representative-at-large 1-2 
From: Joliet Township High School 
To: Indiana University 
Upper Quarter 1 



2). Ex 
Orchesi* 



cut 



TRYFON SPILIOTIS 

Pre-Medical 

Students of Medical Science 

From : "First Boys Gymnasium". 

Kalamata, Greece 
To: University of Illinois 
Hobby. Music 

LEONARD E. STARASINIC "Len" 

Liberal Arts 

Choir, Baseball. Ensemble 

From : Joliet Township High School 



Janet ncisun 

Jean Hills _ 

Annette DiLorenzo 3 

Richard Begler .3 

Joseph Petrovic 3 

Marianne Wilkins 3. 

Mary Beth Sorensen 3 

SOPHOMORES 

Russell Edwards 4| 

Sylvia Isaacson 4. 

George Klepec 4. 

Janet Knauer 4. 

Richard Krapf 4.' 

Jay Luhtala 4.1 

At the end of each semester 
earning a 3.5 average or better, ar 
eligible for this honor. 



AKLENE R. TALLMAN 
Two-Year Secretarial 
Women's Athletic Association 
From : Joliet Township High School 
Hobbies : Basketball. Swimming 

JEANNINE A. THORNBURG "Nina" 

General 

Women's Athletic Association 

From : Joliet Township High School 

To: Michigan State University 

Hobby: Tennis 







MATTHEW J. VIGLIOCCO "Matt" 

Pro-Commerce 

Lettermen's Club 

From: Coal City Township High School 

To: University of Illinois 

Hobbies: Hi-Fi. Cars 

SANDRA G. WALSER "Sandy" 

Women's Athletic Association. Booster 

Club. Future Teachers of America 
From : Joliet Township High School 
To : Cornell College. Iowa 
Hobbies: Arjs. Sports 

JAMES P. WALSH 

Two-Year Business 

Veterans' Club 

From : Joliet Township High School 

To: Northern Illinois State University 



MARILYN K. WALSH "Mar" 
Pre- Commerce 

From : Joliet Township High School 
To: North Central College 
Hobbies: Music, Photography 

PAUL J. WARREN 



CHARLES WARTHEN "Chu 
Trade-Industrial 
From : Joliet Town 
To: Technical Scho 

Guard 
Hobbies: Duck Hur 

Swimming 



RICHARD JOHN WILHELMI "Dick" 

Pre-Commerce 

Business Club, Freshman Class 

(President 1), Student Council 1-2. 
(President 2), New Year's Eve Dance 
(Chairman 1), Spring Picnic 
(Chairman 1). Homecoming Bonfire 
and Queen (Chairman 1), Fall Formal 
(Publicity Chairman 1), (Ceiling 
Chairman and Planning 2), 
Executive Council of JJC 1-2, Student 
Rotarian 1-2, JJC Play Cast 

From : Joliet Township High School 

To: University of Wisconsin 

V. ANN WISDOM "Annie" 

Pre-Medical 

Students of Medical Science (Vice- 
President 1 ) 

From : Joliet Township High School 

To: Lewis College 

Hobbies: Sports. Sewing 

NANCY BETH WISDOM 

Medical Technology 

Students of Medical Science 
( President 1 ) , Choir ( Robe 
Chairman 1), Pompon Girls, Orchesis 

From : Joliet Townsnip High School 

To : University of Illinois 





TED JAMES "Gus" 
Pre-Medica] 

Lettermen's Club, Students ot Medical Sc 
ence. Swing Band. Sophomore Cla! 
(President) 

From : Joliet Township High School 

To: University of Illinois 

Hobby: Girls 



NANCY DAL 
Pre-Education 

Women's Athl 

President 2 

tary-Treasui 

2), Execut 

Orchesis. B, 

From : Joliet 

Queen's Court 

Hobbies: Mus 



TRYFON SPILIOTIS 
Pre-Medical 
Students of Medical Sci 
From : "First Boys Gyn 

Kalamata, Greece 
To: University of Illint 
Hobby : Music 



Liberal Arts 

Choir. Baseball. Ensemble 

From : Joliet Township High S 



Janet i-vcisun 

Jean Hills 

Annette DiLorenzo 3 

Richard Begler 3 

Joseph Petrovic —.3, 

Marianne Wilkins 3, 

Mary Beth Sorensen 3, 

SOPHOMORES 

Russell Edwards 4| 

Sylvia Isaacson 4. 

George Klepec ... 4. 

Janet Knauer 4. 

Richard Krapf ... .__.. 4.i 
Jay Luhtala ... 4.i 

At the end of each semester 
earning a 3.5 average or better, ar 
eligible for this honor. 



ARLENE R. TALLMAN 
Two- Year Secretarial 
Women's Athletic Associi 
From: Joliet Township High S 
Hobbies: Basketball. S 

JEANNINE A. THORNBURG 

General 

Women's Athletic Association 

From : Joliet Township High S 

To: Michigan State University 

Hobbv: Tennis 



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)PHOMORES 


(Not Pictured) 


azzi 


Leonard Moorman 


Bazzoni 


John Mostyn 


Broderick 


Louis Norton 


uskas 


Patrick Norton 


Darter 


Donald Nugent 


iloka 


James Pitkin 


mos 


George Plese 


iarle 


jane Rude 


Edwards 


Jerry Saxon 


r ner 


James Skul 


hergil] 


fohn L. Smith 


7 

Glass 


John R. Smith 


Gray 


Madelyn Smith 


, en 


Roberta Smith 


I [offman 


Edward So\ r a 


" yman 


Terry Trent 


! avely 


Isaiah Trice 


/is 


Nicholas Ventsias 


indner 


John Vercelote 


1 vlatesi 


Edward Wvsock 



Carthv 



james Koukas 
Bob Kozlowski 
Jacqueline Kozlowski 
Leonard Kozoman 
Eugene Kraft 
Donald Kuna 



Norbert Kunke 
William Kursell 
John Lapikas 
Marilyn Larsen 



Zimmerman, Dolores Pagliei, Kaye Powell, 
Judv Speckman, Mary Kay Kelly, Pat Ward, 
Bob Evrich, Joe Garibaldi, Richard Yumich, 
Leo Hyman, and Don Morris. Mr. Eugene 
Bondar accompanied this group. 







TRYFO 
Pre- Me. 


NANCY DAL 


Students 


Pre-Education 


From : " 


Women's Athl 


Kalan 


President 2 


To: Uni 


tary-Treasui 


Hobbv : 


2). Execut 




Orchesis, B, 


LEONA 


From : Joliet 


Liberal 



TED JAMES "Gus" 

Pre-Medical 

Lettermen's Club. Students of Medical Sci- 
ence, Swing Band, Sophomore Class 
(President) 

From: Joliet Township Hijrh School 

To: University of Illinois 

Hobby: Girls 

Hobbies: Mu 

Janei ntrjuu =-.... 

Jean Hills 

Annette DiLorenzo 3. 

Richard Begler 3. 

Joseph Petrovic 3, 

Marianne Wilkins 3, 

Mary Beth Sorensen 3 

SOPHOMORES 

Russell Edwards 41 

Sylvia Isaacson 4. 

George Klepec 4. 

Janet Knauer 4. 

Richard Krapf _. 4.i 

Jay Luhtala ... 4.1 



Wome 

From : 

Hohbi. 



The Fifth Annual Newspaper Con- 
ference at MacMurray College is one 
of the outstanding newspaper confer- 
ences for college journalists who work 
on school publications. 

Again, this year five members of the 
Press Club were delegates at this con- 
ference which lasts for two days. The 
group, which was accompanied by Mrs. 
Bernard Ward, attended seminars on 
layout, make-up, feature writing, news 
writing, photography and typography. 
Leading newspaper men from Chicago 
and St. Louis took time out from their 
work to present these seminars. A spe- 
cial attraction this year was Miss Anita 
Colby, former movie star, and now edi- 
tor of the Women's News Service. 



At the end of each semester 
earning a 3.5 average or better, ar 
eligible for this honor. 








Jonn verccioxe 
Edward Wysock 



Carthy 



James Koukas 
Bob Kozlowski 
Jacqueline Kozlowski 
Leonard Kozoman 
Eugene Kraft 
Donald Kuna 



Kenneth Heilly 
James Riekoff 
William Rickoff 
John Rit/er 
Judy Rolimer 
Joseph Roman 





John Melahn 

Joyce Messamore 
Dale Metcalf 
Carol Michaelsen 
Mary Alice Milni 
Sandra Misischia 



Jim Mitchell 
Jim Monce 

Paul Montgomery 
Darlene Moore 
Donald Moore 



The JJC lounge is a 
good place to relax, 

too. 



ay ijiiiii.ua 



-jcty 



At the end of each sen 
earning a 3.5 average or bet 
eligible for this honor. 



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John Vercelote 
Edward Wvsock 



ha 




Kenneth Hoilly 
James Rickoff 
William Rickoff 
Jolin Ritzcr 
Judy Rohmer m 
Joseph Roman 



Jim Mitchell 
Jim Monet- 
Paul Montgomery 
Darlene Moore 
Donald Moore 




John Melahn 
Joyce Messan/ 
Dale Metcalf^ 
Carol Mieha.' e11 
Mary Aliee ,r 
Sandra Misi ; e S° 



"jay ETonraia 



At the end of each 
earning a 3.5 average or 
eligible for this honor. 



Ofljg. 



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>erv. 



lee. 



1th 
fth 







Leah Spencer 
Sandra Starr 
Robert Stith 
Dan Stobbe 
Purcell Stybr 
Matthew Subat 



Press Club Invades 

MacMurray 




At the end of each 
earning a 3.5 average or 
eligible for this honor. 







. 




Choir 




Tht . Tl lZe.. ROW ONE ■■J£*££^ F %%: 
Padley. 



Quartet: Dr Hal n ii- 

M ^-y. Barbae LSSjf^r^ *«* Be, *> J' 



The musical organizations at JJC, under the baton of Dr. Hal Dellinger, 
entertain at the annual spring musicale, concerts, programs, and assemblies. Every 
year the choir and swing band go on a spring tour. 




Members of the choir singing at the WAA Christmas tea are, ROW ONE: Carole Carson, librarian; Judy Long, accompanist; 
Janet Eken, Beverly Torok, Kay Doerfler, Sarah White, Maryann Rainville, Shirley Robinson, Carol Shaw, treasurer; Dolores 
Pagliei, Nancy Rastello, Edwine Daniels, Barbara Butterfield, robe chairman; Cenevieve Coulson, Barbara Lloyd, secre- 
tary; Donna Line, Joyce Glinz, Sally Schorie, Janet Connelly, Donna Nelson, historian; Nancy Cregan, Sharon Chalfant, 
Sandra Anderson. ROW TWO: Judy Speckman, robe chairman; Sharon Pfeiffer, Gloria Chavez, Marion Schusner, Nancy 
Ahrens, social chairman; Brenda Foster, Pat Barrowman, Darlene Moore, Beverly Joseph, Charlene Meditz, Helen Edwards, 
Diane Isberg, Barbara Bray, Alice Levering, librarian; Janet Zimmerman, Annette DiLorenzo, Kay Weiss, Judy Rohmer. 
ROW THREE: John Walsh, Jim Padley, Jim Maloney, Jim Jones, Carl Ranch, Jack Amorose, Dan Kobe, Tom Goodwin, 
Russ Dahlen, student conductor; Norm Sing, president; Tom Gustafson, vice-president; Dave Imig, student conductor; 
Charles Turcotte, Jerry Meyer, Chester Palmer. Janet Nelson is the accompanist. Student Council representative is Patricia 
Plank. 



Associated Business Students 





SPARKY HAUCK 

Vice-President 



\ 



CAROLE SUE JOHNSON 

Secretary 



The Associated Business Students are a 
group enrolled in the business courses at 
JJC. Business men from the Joliet area speak 
at their meetings. This year Paul Everett, 
Assistant Credit Manager for Sears Boe- 
buck & Company, spoke to the club about 
the various advantages and disadvantages 
of the present-day credit system. 




DICK KOEPKE 
Treasurer 



RON KNAKMUHS 

Student Council 
Representative 




W: Janet Sigwalt, Dick Sandretti, and 
Joyce Clinz, at whose house the party 
was held. JoAnn Ulrick is secretary-treas- 
urer for the second semester. 







Engineers Club 



Richard Galli, \'icc-president; Joe Petrovic, sec- 
retary-treasurer; and Andrew Klavins, president. 



The Engineers' Club which is sponsored by Mr. 
Drew Castle, meets to discuss various phases in the 
field of engineering. The club is closely associated 
with the Joliet Chapter of the Society of Professional 
Engineers, who this year presented the Outstanding 
Engineering Student Award to Albert Longnecker. 

Scholastic awards for the first semester were 



given to twelve members of the club. Receiving gold 
pins were: Russell Edwards, Albert Longnecker, 
Joseph Petrovic, Donald Johnson, and Dallas Munter. 
Silver pins were awarded to Morton Brown, William 
Fothergill, Carl Orner, William Rickoff, Richard 
Gerdcs, James Gregorich, and Walter Schuda. 




Dick Ward, Rick Gerdes, and Andy Klavins present a 
program entitled "Rocketry" at an Engineers' Club 
meeting. 




"Shot" at a club gathering are William Rickoff, Walter Schuda, Dallas Munter, Don Johnson, Richard Galli, and 
S^'Wurc^te^T^y^fyer^Oi^sie^PaiiffeV/'yan^t RelsoM'!s'''rnJ"Scco , iiipa7>'iti. "StiidenrX-ouhcil representative is tu 



JC Players 



The JC Players are a student group 
devoted to dramatics. All the aspects 
of play production — acting, staging, 
costuming, lighting, and direction— are 
handled. 

This year the JC Players put on three 
one-act plays and one three-act play. 
Although anyone in JJC may try out 
for these plays, the cast is composed 
mainly of JC Players. 

"The Angry Twelve" was directed 
by Mr. Robert Mallarv, who is also 
sponsor of the club. A movie has been 
made from this play, which is adapted 
from Sherman L. Sergei's storv, 
"Twelve Angry Men." 




Listening intently as Mr. Mallarv gives directions are Dick Wilhelmi, Marie 
Chal'strom, Al McCowan, Wayne Barnett, Jim Padley, Dolores Pagliei, and 
Les Nelson. 



son, president second semester. 

Throughout the year Press Club members 
spend many hours working on the three 
school publications, the monthly newspaper, 
The Blazer, the weekly column, The Wolf 
Call, and the annual, The Shield. But it is 
not all hard work as you can see by the pic- 
tures on this page. 




Gerri McKanna and Pat Ward. 



"Make a funny face", was Pat Ward's 
command. As you can see, she got results. 
Taking time out for a Press Club Party are 
Nancy Oseland, JoAnn Ulrich, Ron- Knak- 
muhs, Bill Schroeder, Edelgard Eichholz, 
Jim Cassani, and Andy Klavins. FRONT 
ROW: Janet Sigwalt, Dick Sandretti, and 
Joyce Glinz, at whose house the party 
was held. JoAnn Ulrick is secretary-treas- 
urer for the second semester. 




Lettermen's Club 




Some of the JJC Lettermen, ROW ONE: Joe Roman, secretary-treasurer, second semester; 
Jim Sparlin, Ken Griswold, Ray McGrath, Bob Lindner. ROW TWO: Larry Waddell, Student 
Council representative, second semester; Joe Garibaldi, president, second semester; Jack Ritzer, 
Sid Holder, John Hirschfeld, Terry Trent. 

meeting. 




"Shot" at a club gathering are William Rickoff, Walter Schuda, Dallas Munter, Don Johnson, Richard Galli, and 
^rh^chikTT^y^e^er^C^ieP^n'ii^r'j^et Relsf}n ,,, iS"'tne T ' , 5ccl5m T pSn'ifer. "Sflidenf'-tJouncil representative is rv 



Press Club 




For the first time, this year the Press Club 
sponsored a homecoming queen candidate 
and float, and also two fund raising projects. 
These projects were "Pressograms" on Valen- 
tine's Dav, and book covers with the JJC 
wolf and emblem. The club is sponsored by 
Mrs. Kathryn De Tarld, who also types all 
the copy for the publications. 



Weekly morning "ritual" shows some Press Club members enjoying 
coffee and rolls after the meeting has been adjourned. Dick Sandretti, 
president first semester; Janet Sigwalt, secretary-treasurer first se- 
mester; Ron Knakmuhs, vice-president both semesters; and Les Nel- 
son, president second semester. 



Throughout the year Press Club members 
spend many hours working on the three 
school publications, the monthly newspaper, 
The Blazer, the weekly column, The Wolf 
Call, and the annual, The Shield. But it is 
not all hard work as you can see by the pic- 
tures on this page. 




Gerri McKanna and Pat Ward. 



"Make a funny face", was Pat Ward's 
command. As you can see, she got results. 
Taking time out for a Press Club Party are 
Nancy Oseland, JoAnn Ulrich, Ron- Knak- 
muhs, Bill Schroeder, Edelgard Eichholz, 
Jim Cassani, and Andy Klavins. FRONT 
ROW: Janet Sigwalt, Dick Sandretti, and 
Joyce Clinz, at whose house the party 
was held. JoAnn Ulrick is secretary-treas- 
urer for the second semester. 







Students of Medical Science 




Students of Medical Science represented in the above picture are, ROW ONE: Tovce Messamore, Sylvia 
Issacson, Nancy Rastello, Jean, Uhde, Karen Johnson, Kay Weiss, Judy Yahn, secretary, first semester; Mr. Ed- 
mund C. Puddicombe. ROW TWO: Dan Gutierrez, Beth Wisdom, Pat Plank, Lois Morawski, Martha Nicoll, 
Jonna Froseh, Gale Gaines, John Liesse. ROW THREE: Charles Clark, Eugene Matesi, Tryfon Spiliotis, Frank 
DeSandre, Ted James, Jay Luhtala, Al McCloud, Ken Molnar, and Bill Lewis. 

The membership of SMS is composed of stu- 
dents in all fields of the medical sciences. Besides 
taking field trips to hospitals and research centers, 
the group this year sponsored the winning home- 
coming float. The club has two sponsors, Mr. Ed- 
mund C. Puddicombe and Mr. Glenn Young, both 
JJC alumni. 




This semester's officers: Bill Lewis, president; Frank DeSandre, 
Student Council representative; Mr. Puddicombe; Jonna Froseh, 
secretary; Beth Wisdom, treasurer; and Sylvia Isaacson, vice- 
president. 




Some of the student nurses attending JJC, front to back: Sue 
Smith, Nancy Munson, Nancy Smith, Irene Cerullo, Suzanne 
Ayers, Mary Lou Edmundson, Joan Knudson, Helen Brust, 
and Lorelee Diaz, center. 



Student Council 



Student Council, the student gov- 
erning body, is composed of class 
officers and representatives from the 
various clubs at JJC and of the stu- 
dent body at. large. This group meets 
weekly to discuss college activities, 
the allotment of the activity funds, 
and the general welfare of the stu- 
dent body. 

Recommendations on school mat- 
ters are made by the Council to the 
Dean of the College. The Social 
Council plans the activities of the 
year, such as the formal dances, col- 
lege mixers, skating parties, ski 
trips. 




Social Council members selected by Student Council this year are, ROW ONE: 
Patricia Ward, Judy Speckman, Carole Sue Johnson. BACK ROW: Bill Burns, 
Miss Susan Wood, Anthony Kammikar. 




Members of Student Council this semester are, ROW ONE: Dick Sandretti, vice-president; Rosemary Anderson, secretary; 
Jim Sparlin, president. ROW TWO: Dolores Pagliei, Boosters'; Judy Rohmer, Frosh secretary, Janet Sigwalt, Press; 
Patricia Plank, Choir. ROW THREE: Dick Wilhelmi, representative-at-large; Kaye Powell, WAA; Frank DeSandre, 
SMS; Miss Wood, Nancy Ahrens, Soph secretary; Alive Levering, representative-at-large. ROW FOUR: Dean Elmer W. 
Rowley, Ron Knakmuhs, Business; Dave Imig, representative-at-large; Larry Waddell, Lettermen's; Sparky Hauck, rep- 
resentative-at-large; Mr. Eugene Bondar, sponsor of social activities; Thurman Bolerjack, Soph vice-president. 



Women's Athletic Association 




WAA officers: Judy Rohmer, publicity; Janet Reeves, secretary-treasurer, first semester; Judy 
Speckman, vice-president; Nancy Ahrens, president; Darlene Moore, activities. 

Membership in the WAA is automatically gained Daughter Christmas Tea, the dance, It Happens Every 

by payment of the student activity fee. It is an all- Spring, sport's nights, and were active in the homecom- 

girl organization for those who enjoy sports and rhyth- ing activities. Miss Wanda Stasieluk is this club's 

mic activities. This year they sponsored the Mother- sponsor. 




Pictured at one of the meetings are: Nancy Ahrens, Natalie Radakovich, Judy Yahn, Mary Kay 
Kelly, Carole Sue Johnson, secretary-treasurer, second semester; Judy Rohmer. BACK ROW: 
JoAnn Ulrick, Judy Speckman, Rosemary Anderson. Kaye Powell is WAA's Student Council 
representative . 



Pompom Girls a 




Go, team, go! The Pompon girls with their purple and white pompons give the boys on the team the extra 
energy to win that game, because the team knows that these girls, just like the whole student body, are behind 
them yelling for victory. Judy Long, Beth Wisdom, Kay Weiss, Jonie Bulkley, Judy Speckman, Rosemary An- 
derson, and Jonna Frosch, are shown displaying their pep at one of the football games. 




Those who deserve a great deal of credit because of the excellent way they cheered the teams on to victory 
arc Tom Sowa, Charlene Meditz, Cathy De Rosa, Sally Schorie, Beverly Joseph, and Sandy Misischia. 



Women's Ath 




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Football 



Overwhelming five of its eight opponents 
and slipping behind the others, Joliet Junior 
College's grid squad, under the direction of 
Coach Herm Walser and Assistant Coach 
George Fahrenholz, captured second place in 
the Illinois Junior College Football Confer- 
ence. This is the first time in several years 
that the Wolves have completed their season 
in such good standing. 

Joliet Junior College scored 118 points 
against 130 for their opponents. 

In top position with 587 yards was Joe Mus- 
sario ( All-American) averaging 6.6 yards a 
carry. Bob Howard grabbed second place with 
532 yards for a 5.4 yard average. 




Coach Herm Walser Coach George Fahrenholz 



1957 FOOTBALL SCOBES 
Won 5 Lost 3 

Team JJC 
DeKalb ... 7 

Wright 18 

Grand Bapids 6 

North Park ... 7 

Wilson ... .....34 

LaSalle .. 14 

Thornton 14 

Morton . 18 





TOP ROW: Coach Walser, R. McCrath, B. Sukle, T. Trent, I. Trice, J. Pitkin, D. Nugent, J. Hirschfeld, M. Wade, Manager C. 
Brown, Coach Fahrenholz. MIDDLE ROW: E. McCauley, R. Rota, T. Hennebrv, E. Woodward, J. Ritzer, J. Roman, J. Dinoffri. 
BOTTOM ROW: E. Matesi, J. Racich, K. Griswold, J. Mussario, J. Lapikas, J. Sparlin, J. Gariboldi. 




Matesi recovers an opponent's fumble 
late in the third quarter. 





Superior blocking and running brought five victories to the Wolves. 





AII-American, Joe Mussario, runs into trouble trying to get around 
his right end. 



60 Wolves 60, 



On To Victory 



The Wolves forge on to another victory. 





STANDING: Bill Lloyd, Sid Holder, Ken Molnar, Conch Shirley Winterroth. 
KNEELING: Lee Heilman, Jack Amoroso. INSERT: Harold Avers. 



Gol! 



CONFERENCE STANDINGS 
Team 

Joliet .. 5 2 

Wright 3 3 

Thornton 2 2 

LaGrange 1 4 

CONFERENCE SCORES 
Joliet 317 

Wright 318 

LaGrange 362 

Thornton 3S0 



Linkmen Find Putting Around Fays Off 



JUNIOR COLLEGE CONFERENCE CHAMPIONS 

Deeisively downing five opponents and falling before two others, 
the Joliet Junior College fairway squad, under Coach Shirley Winter- 
roth, emerged with a season record of 5-2 and the Illinois Junior Col- 
lege Conference tropin'. 

Top honors came when Joliet Junior College downed a six-year 
reign of Wright Junior College by one stroke. 



INDIVIDUAL SCORES 
Sid Holder__ 



Ken Molnar __ 
Harold Ayers_ 
Bill Lloyd _ 



75 
78 
80 

84 






Basketball 



Battling their way past the Regional finals to the 
Nationals at Hutchinson, Kansas, the Wolves' hard- 
wood crew, directed by Coach A. A. Wills, tossed 
defeat into the hands of twenty-six opponents during 
the season and succumbed to this fate before only 
five, ending up as the Number Five JC Team in the 
Nation. 

The Wolves drew bad luck in their first game 
at the National Tourney by dropping behind Cam- 
eron, Oklahoma, but went on to down their other 
opponents, Fairburv, Frank Philips, and Broome 
Tech to capture fifth place. 

During the season Jerrv Keigher tossed in 241 
field goals and 164 free .throws for a total of 646 
points, the leading mark at JJC. The highest num- 
ber of free throws, 224, including 50 in a row, was 
taken to Ted James. James also received national 
honors at the National Tourney. Ted was runner-up 
to Keigher with 596 points. 




Coach A. A. Wills 




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Nation's Number 
Five Team 




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(Sjrikc) Jones away for another bucket. 




Ain't we got fun? 



Go, team, 50!! 




Ain't we got fun? 



Go, team, go!! 




Les meets his punishment. Really Joe, it ccnucli) t 1 

been been that big 



JOUET JUNIOR COLLEGE LJB! 
JOi ET, 



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