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LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER 
JOLIET JUNIOR COLLEGE 

JOLIET, ILLINOIS 60431 



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JOLIET JUNIOR COLLEGE 



JOLIET, ILLINOIS 





The Staff 

Carol Rackham Editor-in-chief 

Nancy Merrell Assistant Editor 

Pat Treseder Student Life 

Mary Beth Robinson Art 

Sandra Doyle Faculty 

Nancy Moore Organizations 

Jim Winkler Sports 

Darlene DePra . .Business Manager 

Bill Purdy Photographers 

Jim Oberg 
Bob Kujawa 




A Foreword 



9 9 9 



A new decade on the calendar and a new look at 
Joliet Junior College; each offers, even promises, 
much -- the secrets of a new age. The sixties will 
bring to the people of America untold advancements in 
all phases of life. Missiles will soar higher, travel 
will be faster and farther, man will push buttons to live, 
telephones will permit vision, cars will run by elec- 
tricity and people will hardly recognize the world in 
which they live. 

Progress will come, too, with the forward march 
of the junior college movement. Already educators 
are re -evaluating the advantages of these two-year 
colleges which seem to be springing up suddenly all 
over the United States. Our college in Joliet was 
first and we shall watch as it expands to accommo- 
date the growing legions of young people who come 
in quest of a college education. 

The year of 1959-60 has seen a marked change in 
the facilities of this junior college. A new cafeteria, 
larger library and smoker, and a new Press Club 
office has been added for the use of the students. A 
record has been broken, too, in enrollment. An army 
eight hundred strong has registeredjWith one hundred 
and fifty more expected next year. 

A new era is approaching, the golden era of 
energy. Uses for atomic energy will reach new heights 
and human energy will strive to surpass all its pre- 
vious records. With the increasing demands of the 
community, the junior college will work with increas- 
ing energy to give to its future students the education 
they desire to meet the challenge of a place in the 
world. It will take energy, a will of iron, enthusiasm, 
and courage, with always an eye to the future which 
holds so much opportunity and moves ahead so rapidly. 
Lightning fast will be the changes in this new age and 
quicker still will be the efforts of the junior college 
to keep up with the progress of the world. 



Table of Contents 

Dedication 4 

Student Life 6 

Faculty and Administration 28 

Sports 44 

Organizations 60 

Classes . 78 



JOUET JUNIOR COLLEGE LIBRA*? 
JOLIET, ILLINOIS 




DEDICATION 

. . . Miss Susan Wood 

No Problem Is 
Ever Too Small 



Whether it is chaperoning our many activities, 
writing news releases, working for student scholar- 
ships, helping individual students, or assisting with 
the adult education program, no job is too small for 
Miss Wood. Her first concern is the student and his 
educational well-being. Regardless of the task in- 
volved, she is always ready to lend a helping hand for 
the benefit of the students. 

Despite her busy schedule she is never too busy 
to attend to her special project, the night school program. 
She has devoted many hours to this program which 
benefits many junior college students. 

Extra curricular activities are not exclusive with 
us but take many hours of her free time. The tasks 
she is called on to perform are all done cheerfully 
for no other person has more energy, enthusiasm, 
patience, and understanding than our Miss Wood. 

In appreciation of the dedication she has shown to 
her work, we, in turn, the class of 1959-60, dedicate 
this yearbook to her. 



Each student receives equal time and 
attention from Miss Wood when he 
needs it. 



Miss Susan H. Wood, champion of 
the student. 




There is always a desk of work that needs to be tended to. 



fire forward look 




. . . student life 







jstration day arrives, and every student faces the harrowing 
experience of standing in line for hours. 







Jerry Hoffman, a sophomore, answers some 
questions of puzzled freshmen during orien- 
tation day. 



Eat, drink, and be merry for tomorrow classes 
begin! 



School Days Begin Again . . . 




At the JC picnic the boys unsuccessfully tried to beat the girls at tug-of-war. 



A student's life is divided into 
two major categories, academic 
and social activities. Uponregis- 
tration, students begin another year 
of these busy activities. There is 
much to come in the next nine 
months of school — dances, term 
papers, exams, plays and trips. So 
here we are, "knowing" sophomores 
and "puzzled" freshmen, standing in 
line for hours in order to register, so 
we can begin another academic and 
social year. Our hours of frustration 
are rewarded, though, by our first 
social activity, the annual picnic 
held at Inwood Park. After such a 
big success, the students are assured 
that the coming months will be re- 
warding ones. 



Something New Has Been Added . 




JC students relax and enjoy the modern facilities of our new col- 
lege cafeteria. 




When the students came to JJC this fall, there 
were some surprises awaiting them. Until this 
year JJC students had eaten in the high school cafe - 
teria. This year they moved into their own cafe- 
teria with all new equipment. 

Another addition was a new smoker across from 
the college office. The old smoker was remodeled 
and became the Press Club office. 

The library also got a new look. New book 
shelves and check-out desk were installed. All 
these improvements have given the college "the 
Forward Look. " 



The new smoker is a very popular , 
place in which students can relax 
and have "gab" sessions. 




A Panoramic View of a 





Bill Purdy and Marion Kuhlmann enter the school and prepare 
to begin a busy day of student activity. 



Study we must! John and Ruth Benck enter the library and 
prepare to do some research on term papers. 



Classroom activity consumes a large per cent of a 
student's daily activities. 





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Student's Daily Life . . . 




Allen Keck enjoys the hobby of ham radio operation. 



Pat Treseder, one of the students with a work scholar- 
ship, is busy doing one of the daily library tasks, 
shelving books. 



Ed Matesevac, Dave French, John, and Jerry Widlowski 
utilize the lounge and their opportunity to relax between 
classes. 



A student's day usually ends in the late hours of night 
before a stack of textbooks. 





Candidates Are Announced . . . 




Judy Hritz, Letterman's Club 
Karen Hancock, "SMS 
Jeanne Williams, JC Players 
Diana Samios, WAL 



Chloe Goepper, Choir 
Dennie Sue Batis, Business Club 

Carol McDonnell, SNEA 
Mary Beth Robinson, Vet's Club 



Missing: Sandy Mackey, Press Club 



Homecoming Is Launched . . . 




The bonfire represents our desire for a victory in the game against Wilson. 




Those football girl players play a "mean" game. They tackle like "old 
pros. " 




The girls' football game was one of the highlights of the homecoming weekend. 




Tom Nelson, Terry Garrett, Ed 
Haines, and Jim Hancock, a bar- 
ber shop quartet, entertain at the 
JJC Homecoming Mixer. 



The highlight of the mixer was the an- 
nouncement of the homecoming queen 
for 1959. Karen Hancock gasps in dis- 
belief as she realizes she is the queen. 





Homecoming 



The audience watches in anticipation as the queen 
is about to be announced. 



Preparations for homecoming weekend were begun 
weeks before the set date of November 7th. Clubs began 
building floats, committees began working out the details 
for the weekend activities, and everyone was campaign- 
ing for his queen candidate choice. 

Homecoming was launched with the girls' football 
game held at the athletic field. These girls really had an 
amazed and amused audience. The bonfire symbolized 
our hope for a victory against Wilson. Following the bon- 
fire the students went to the "Y" for a mixer. The crown- 
ing point was the announcement of the 1959 Homecoming 
Queen, Karen Hancock. 

The next day the clubs scurried around in order to 
finish the floats by 5 o'clock. At that time the floats 
were judged, and the parade began. 

Huddled figures in the stadium cheered and rooted for 
the fighting Wolves. Although we lost the game to Wilson, 
both the players and fans showed enthusiastic school spirit. 

During the halftime ceremony the floats circled the 
field and the winning floats were announced. The Letter- 
men's - Vet's Club float, a purple people eater, took 
first place. The Press Club and Choir floats tied for sec- 
ond place. The Business Club won third place. Also dur- 
ing the halftime, the Lettermen's Club presented Mr. 
Herm Walser, athletic director, with a jacket and blanket 
in the traditional school colors, purple and white. This 
night had been designated as "Herm Walser Night." 

The climax to the homecoming weekend was the 
dance held in the gym, which was attended by many 
alumni and present junior college students. 



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These boys are engrossed in the football plays and are hoping for a 
victory. 



"Victory! Victory! is our cry! " yell the JC 
cheerleaders. 



Day Arrives . . . 




The JC Wolves clash against Wilson Junior College in the 
thrilling homecoming game. 



Striking a regal pose, Queen Karen, who reigns 
over all the homecoming festivities, greets the 
crowd with a smile. 



Swing and Sway With 




A lot of time and hard work are put forth by many students to 
make a dance successful. Here is a group diligently working 
on the decorations. 





'We could have danced all night! 



" So you want to lead a band?" Sammy Kaye asks Jeanne Lambert, a contestant of 

one of the feature highlights of the evening. 



Sammy Kaye . . . 



November 27, 1959 

Dear Diary, 

It was just perfect--every minute of it! I'll never 
forget my first JJC Fall Formal. The theme, "Autumn 
in Abstract" was carried out very effectively in the de- 
corations. Judy Regis and Gordon Kay, co-chairmen, 
really did a great job. 

As we entered the gym, we heard the music of 
Sammy Kaye and his orchestra, and we saw the bright 
colors - red, orange, yellow, black and white-which 
had transformed the gym into an abstract autumn set- 
ting. Modern painting, which had been done by JJC 
students for the painting contest, covered the walls. 
During the intermission the judges chose "Gum under 
Microscope" by Larry Lerfald as one of the outstanding 
paintings. The climax of the intermission was the 
Grand March. 

The "--so you want to lead a band" contest was 
directed by Sammy Kaye. Four contestants tried their 
skill at leading Sammy Kaye's orchestra. Jeanne Lam- 
bert's "cool" beat gave her the first place. 

The memories of this fall formal will long linger 
with the JJC students. 




Sammy Kaye looks on with approval as the vocalists 
perform. 



Autumn In Abstract 



'Swing and Sway" to the music of Sammy Kaye. 





Holly, snow, and get-togethers are a part of the traditional American Christmas. The students of JC 
combine these ingredients at the pre-Christmas mixer at the "Y." 




The Vet's Club shares the joys of Christmas with 
these students from F.E. Marsh School. 



With the arrival of the Christmas season, 
students start the usual round of parties and 
Christmas giving. 

JC students launched the season with a mixer 
held at the "Y. " One of the features was a 
selection of pantomimes by Mr. Waltz and Mary 
Lou Fletcher. 

The WAL had its annual Mother -Daughter 
Tea. The Christmas music, presented by the 
choir, and the Christmas setting put everyone 
into the Christmas spirit. 

The Vet's Club spread its season's spirit 
by giving a party for the pupils from F.E. 
Marsh School. 

Many of the organizations had parties dur- 
ing the holiday. All these happenings helped 
the JC students have a jolly Christmas Holiday. 



Santa's Holiday . . . 




The audience at the Annual WAL Mother- 
Daughter Tea enjoy a program of Christmas 
music presented by the JJC Choir. 



"An egg sheer? That's a novelty!" exclaims Bob Nichols to Tom 
Wheeler and Joan Krohn, who has just opened her exchange gift at 
the JC Players and Press Club party. 



The Soaring 60 's Begin . . 




These kids think, "It's in the bag! " as they fillpaper bags with 
confetti, noisemakers, and hats for the 12 o'clock celebration. 



"Happp-py New Year!" and the familiar 
strains of "Auld Lang Syne" are heard over the 
sounds of horns and laughing voices. The clock 
has just struck twelve midnight, and 1960 has 
begun. JC students are celebrating the occasion 
while they dance to the music of Bill Pappas 
Orchestra. 




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These couples look sedate now, but wait until 
12 o'clock and see what happens! 




The familiar strains of "Auld Lang Syne, " played by Bill Pappas' Orchestra, ring in the new year. 




An Evening 



THE MEDIUM 

by Carl Gian Menotti 

Baba Helen Kadela 

Toby Dick Adamson 

Monica Nola Tozzi 

Mrs. Nolan. June Tomastick 
Mr. Gobinneau. Jerry Walker 
Mrs. Gobinneau. Dannie Pauly 

An attempted mur- 
der, a false belief, love, 
alcoholism, and a mur- 
der combine into an in- 
triguing story of a gypsy 
woman and her daughter, 
helped by a mute, who 
hold seances for people 
wishing to speak to their 
dead loved ones. This 
unsolved mystery was 
well directed by Jim 
Agazzi. 



One of the high points in "The Medium" comes when Baba, in a fit of anger, tells 
the mute gypsy, Toby, that he must leave. 



FAUST: A MASQUE 
by Elder Olson 

Faust Bob Almasy 

Mephistopheles Tom Wheeler 

Polio-Anthrax Bob Nichols 

Young Servingman Herb Boginis 

Old Servingman Barney Machaj 

First Maidservant . . Charlene Westerwelle 
Second Maidservant Barb Baxa 

The Fausts of the world have con- 
tinually led humanity down a path 
of misery over and over again to 
the same false goals. In this play, 
the Greek chorus represents the 
masses of humanity; Faust repre- 
sents those who have taken the 
responsibility of leadership and 
have failed. Joan Krohn, director, 
and the cast presented a very 
thought -provoking production. 




"Pick up your cues faster, and watch for falling plaster, " says Mary 
Lou Fletcher as she gives last minute instructions to her cast before 
they go on stage. 



In Fantasy 




"Youth, youth!" cries Faust,glaring at the drug, while Professor Polio-Anthrax prepares to 
give him the injection. 




J C Players Perform . . . 

PASSION, POISON, 

AND PETRIFICATION 

by George Bernard Shaw 

Lady Magnesia Fitztollemache 

Bonnie Rydell 

Phyllis Hermack Sharon Rumchak 

George Fitztollemache Jim Nelson 

Adolphus Bastable Jim Reeves 

Landlord WallyStubler 

Policeman Dick Schmaedeke 

Doctor Bob Korb 

This play, a farce, is a delight- 
ful piece of Shavian comedy filled 
with seltzer bottle fights, falling 
plaster, lightning bolts, and other 
bits of slapstick comedy. The 
student director, Mary Lou Fletcher, 
was assisted by Bob Korb and 
Larry Johnson. 



Jim Agazzi relieves tension by telling jokes as he applies make-up to 
Helen Kadela. No la Tozzi also comments that half the fun of play 
production is the bebind-stage activity. 



J J C Students 




This happy group of students and sponsors is anxious to get to the 
ski slope and begin taking their thrills and spills. 





"After falling down quite a few times, I figured it might be nice 
just to relax for a while, " says Joan Krohn. 




Gary Lichtenwalter demonstrates his skill and know- 
how as he skis down the snowy slope at Pine Mountain. 



Travel . . . 



After many weeks of anticipation and 
planning, January 24th finally rolled 
around, and thirty-five anxious and ex- 
cited JJC students, under the sponsor- 
ship of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bondar, 
left junior college at 4:30 bound for Iron 
Mountain, Michigan. The bus ride was 
an experience in itself. 

Finally at 1:30 a.m. the bus pulled 
into the Hillcrest Motel, rooms were 
assigned, and everyone got situated. At 
2:30 things were rather calm and quiet, 
but at 2: 31 things got to "jumping. " 

Bright and early Saturday morning, 
everyone boarded the bus and proceeded 
to the Pine Mountain ski slopes. After 
several hours all had their skis and were 
trying them out. What antics! Going 
down the slopes backwards, running into 
other skiiers, and skiing with knees to- 
gether and feet far apart are only a few 
examples of the beginners' first runs. 

That night everyone went ice skating 
(to pick up a few more bruises) and then 
dancing (Who could sit?). It had been 
quite a day!! 

Sunday morning no one looked good, 
but this was disregarded as everyone 
proceeded to try another day of skiing. 
At 2:00 p.m. some were still taking 
lessons, and others had given up for 
good. At 3:30 they all said good-bye to 
Pine Mountain and began the long trip 
home with the skiers, the bus, and 
Pine Mountain all the worse for wear! 




Now here is a new idea --two people on one 
Linda Brannberg and Dick Schmaedeke say, 



pair of skis. 
"Why not?" 



". . . . But the skis are so big! 
takes her first steps. 



laughs Marilyn Flynn as she 





Lynn Wolfson, Jim Reeves, and Jeanne Lambert look 
like they are all dressed for cold weather. 



Courses Cover a Wide 




An introduction to George and Henrietta is essential to credit in Mr. Puddicombe's physiology 
course. 





Dr. Dellinger and his music students observe Steve Funsten as 
he puts to practice what he has learned about harmony. 




Joan Paul and Trudy Wilkey give a demonstration on In agriculture, which trains students in the proficiency of 

meat identification in foods and nutrition class. farming, a student works on one of his projects. 



Scope . . . 




Bob Blaesing, Carolyn Wicks, and Mike Gleason test an ion in the chemistry laboratory. 




Don Babich, an electronics student, measures voltage with a Don Bedford and Jerry Widlowski are engrossed in 
VTVM meter. their dissection of a shark in comparative anatomy. 




Lab work gives a student a practical means 
of learning as shown in this zoology class. 




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Joan Shepley, Pat Smith, and Pat Treseder put 
to use what they learned about photography at 
the newspaper conference. 







Marilyn Vonch busily takes 
notes from reference books 
for her term paper. 



Jerry Leaman types with earnest, so 
that he will have his term paper 
finished by the time it is due. 



A Time for 







Studying for an exam, these students find the halls a con- 
venient location for group study. 




Pat Smith stops at Carolyn Cummings' locker to 
talk to her before going to the next class. 



Learning . . . 



The new enlarged library offers good study atmosphere for 
students. 



The stairs provide a comfortable place for 
Dick Modery to study. 




Don Fretty, Clyde Conway, Dennie Kursell, Don Martin, Neil Ward, 
and Dick Modery relax and study in the student lounge. 



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Mr. Rowley, Dean, and Miss Wood, Assistant Dean 



A Message From The Deans 



I want to write this note as of 
1971, for that year should really be 
the time of our diamond jubilee --75 
years old and still going strong. You 
see, even though the Joliet Junior Col- 
lege is the oldest public junior col- 
lege in America, it was really never 
"founded, " but like Topsy it just 
"growed. " Some have said it started 
in 1902, some have used 1901 as the 
beginning date, but since we have a 
actually found college accreditation 
dating back to 1896 let us use '71 as 
the diamond anniversary celebration 
year and move ahead until proven 
wrong. 

Looking back from 1971 we see 
that the junior college at Joliet had 
800 students in the fall of 1960 and 
had more than doubled in size in the 
last nine years. In fact, everyone 
of those last nine years had shown a 
sizeable increase and we wonder why 
it was so hard in 1960 to see that by 
'71 we would have over 2,000 students. 
Oh, well, they probably did the best 
they could, not knowing all the other 
developments that were to take place. 
Bob Knott and Jerry Hoffman were 
each president of the Student Council 
for a semester that year, and, I must 
say, there haven't been any better 
presidents since. That was the year 
we set up the new Press Club office, 
started the JC cafeteria and en- 
larged the smoker and library. Suc- 
cessful alumni from that year drop 
into the office all the time now to 
reminisce and to admire our more 
recent facilities. One of our out- 
standing graduates calls that class 
of '60 "pioneers in improved education," 
for their class motto was taken from 
Woodrow Wilson's famous statement, 
"Anyone who thinks two years of col- 
lege is enough has never seen a 
sophomore. " 

Elmer W. Rowley 
(Dean) 



With the comingof June, graduation 
is upon us. This year nearly two 
hundred men and women will be adding 
their names to the long list of gradu- 
ates of Joliet Junior College. Joining 
the alumni of this school is in itself a 
challenge for it is the achievements of 
this group that have brought honor and 
distinction to the college and to the 
citizens of the community. 

The Joliet Junior College repre - 
sents a sound investment of the people 
of this community. Most people think 
of an investment in terms of money 
alone. It may, however, have abroad 
and elastic interpretation; it can be 
expanded to include any form of con- 
structive activity. Dr. J. Stanley 
Brown, the founder, and other edu- 
cators to whom students of Joliet 
Junior College are indebted, invested 
not money, but the intangible quali- 
ties of time, leadership, vision, and 
purposeful living. It was the people 
of the community who invested the 
money that translated Dr. Brown's 
dream into reality. 

Students invest time and money in 
higher education in order to prepare 
themselves for useful careers. While 
there is a great deal of evidence to 
prove that college graduates earn 
more money during their lifetimes 
than those without a college education, 
their greatest dividends are the many 
intangibles which make their lives 
meaningful and purposeful. 

College enrollments are expected 
to double within the next decade. It is 
imperative that men and women of to- 
day (including those still in college), 
provide the immediate leadership and 
the clear vision in extending the facili- 
ties for higher education for tomorrow's 
students. Today is always indebted to 
the past; tomorrow must be deeply in- 
debted to our present. 

Susan H. Wood 
(Assistant Dean) 




CATHERINE MARY ADLER 
Department Head, English 
College of St. Mary's, Notre Dame 
University of Chicago 

GILBERT D. BELL 

Boys' Physical Education 

Bradley University 






EUGENE S. BONDAR 

Social Science 

Lawrence College 

University of Colorado 

GRACE ANNA BREWER 

Director of Testing 

Psychology and Education 

DePaul University 

Northwestern 

LEONA E. BROWN 

Home Economics 

University of Illinois 




IRMA A. BUELL 

Geography 

University of Illinois 

University of Chicago 

WILLIAM L. BURNS, JR. 

French 

DePaul University 

University of Illinois 





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LEON A. CAREY 

Economics 

Business Letter Writing 

University of Wisconsin 

DREW W. CASTLE 
Engineering 
University of Illinois 
University of Wisconsin 

JOHN CORRADETTI 

Accounting 

Illinois State Normal Univ 

Northwestern University 



KATHLEEN DAWSON 

Girls' Physical Education 

Northern Illinois 

State University 

BENJAMIN F. DAY 

English 

Eastern Illinois University 

Peabody College 

DR. HAL DAVIS DELLINGER 

Music, Music Education 

University of Kansas 

Columbia University 




Mr. Onsgard, Mr. Larson, and Mr. 
Johnson seem to be enjoying the noon 
lunch hour in the teachers' cafeteria. 




LOLA A. EMERY 
Accounting 
Illinois State 

Normal University 
University of Chicago 

HARRIS E. ENDERSON 
Business Mathematics 
Buena Vista College 
University of Iowa 

DONALD M. ESWORTHY 
Mathematics 
University of Illinois 



GLENN A. EVANS 

Department Head 

Social Science 

Economics and 

Political Science 

Monmouth College 

University of Chicago 

GEORGE H. FAHRENHOLZ 

Physical Education 

LaCrosse Teachers College 

Northwestern University 

MARY LOUISE FISHER 

Department Head 

Mathematics 

University of Illinois 



GEORGE A. FOX 

College Library 

Knox College 

University of Illinois 





Teachers need their vitamins, too. 
Mrs. Brewer, Mr. Engelhardt, and 
Mrs . Longman get their share of them 
in the teachers' cafeteria. 



EUNICE A. FRENK 

Department Head 

Foreign Languages 

Spanish 

Valparaiso University 

Northwestern University 




DORTHE G. HUDZIETZ 

Department Head 

Business Education 

Advanced Typing 

and Office Practice 

Texas State College 

Northwestern University 

WILLIAM L. HUGHES 

Botany 

Evansville College 

Indiana University 

Ohio State University 

ELMER J. JAMNIK 

Marketing 

Eastern Illinois University 

University of Illinois 




DONALD L. KIENLEN 

Boys' Physical Education 

University of Illinois 

EARL W. KURTZ 
Department Head. Art 
University of Wisconsin 

MAX. H. KUSTER 

Department Head, Agriculture 

University of Illinois 



PETER LABELLA, JR. 

Symphony 

Eastman School of Music 

University of Rochester 

NEIL M. LANCE 

Boys' Physical Education 

University of Illinois 



PAUL O. JOHNSON 
Speech, English 
Gustavus Adolphus College 
University of Wisconsin 

WILLIAM W. KAHLE 
Cooperative Office Occupations 
University of Illinois 
Northern Illinois University 





BEATRICE LANE 

Education 
University of Illinois 

MELVIN J. LARSON 
Department Head, Chemistry 
Concordia College 
University of Chicago 

MAYNARD E. LEATSLER 
Department Head, Photography 
University of Iowa 



PATRICIA ANN LEMANSKI 

Girls' Physical Education 

Illinois State 

Normal University 

HARRY D. LEINENWEBER 

History, Government 

Michigan State University 

Hanover College 

University of Chicago 

STEVE LENICH 

Technical Drawing, G.E.D. 

James tvlillikin University 

Bradley University 




Mr. Puddicombe, adviser to all pre- 
med students, discusses a program 
change with a JJC student. 



MARIAN McANALLY 

English 

University of Illinois 

DANIEL S. McCARTER 
Speech, Dramatics 
Western Illinois University 
University of Illinois 

MARGARET C. McMANUS 
Business Education 
Western Illinois University 
University of Illinois 




Mr. Simpson, libera! arts and sci- 
ences adviser, thinks over his lecture 
for the next class during his free pe- 
roid. 



ELSA E. SCHILLING 

German 

Illinois State Normal Univ. 

University of Chicago 

CHARLES A. SCHOENKNECHT 

Department Head, Biology 

Zoology 

University of Michigan 



NANCY NEWMAN 

Home Economics 

University of Wisconsin 

GORDON G. NIESSNER 

Electricity 

Stout State College 




PATRICIA ANN ORMSBY 
Typing and Shorthand 
Western Illinois University 

ROSELLEN OSWALT 
Economics 
Olivet College 
Northwestern University 
University of Illinois 

ROBERT L. PRICE 
Department Head 
Physics and Astronomy 
Hamline University 
University of California 





LOTTIE M. SKIDMORE 

Head, Libraries 

Audio-Visual Services 

Technical Processes Librarian 

Ottawa University 

University of Illinois 

GEORGINA SMITH 

Home Economics 

Eureka College 

Univetsitv of Illinois 



VERA SMITH 

English 

University of Chicago 

Northwestern University 



JEANNINEM. SCHROEDER 
Girls' Physical Education 
Luther College 

HENRY B. SIMPSON 
Business Law 
and Social Science 
Evansville College 
University of Kentucky 




RUSSELL O. UTGARD 

Geology 

Wisconsin State College 

University of Wisconsin 

HERMAN J. WALSER 
Department Head 
Boys' Physical Education 
University of Illinois 



JAMES E. WALTZ 

Social Science 

Illinois Wesleyan 

University of Illinois 

GEORGE R. WELLS 

Department Head, Geology 

University of 

Southern Illinois 

University of Illinois 

WENDELL D. WILLIAMS 

Mathematics 

Eastern Illinois State 

University of Illinois 





CATHERINE WOOD 

Speech 

Illinois Wesleyan 

Northwestern 



SHIRLEY F. WINTERROTH 
Print Shop 
Illinois State 

Normal University 
University of Illinois 

CLAYTON O. WINTERSTEEN 

Woou'shop 

Illinois State 

Normal University 
New York University 



Members of the JJC faculty and 
administration attend the annual fall 
picnic . 




Mr"*?* 



Not Pictured 
Gilbert L. Anderson 

Chemistry 

Augustana College 

University of Illinois 

Jacob Pottgen 

English 

Eastern Illinois University 

University of Illinois 



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Glenn Charles Young 

Microbiology, Chemistry 

Oklahoma State University 

Illinois State Normal University 



Lloyd Zimmer 

Machine Shop 

Wisconsin State 

Teachers College 

University of Illinois 




Board 

of 
Education 




Hugh Bonar 
Superintendent 



James H. Cherry 
General Assistant 
Superintendent 




STANDING, LefttoRight: John Kingsbury, Dr. E. Charles Cohenour, Norman Keck, O. Wendell Walden. SEATED: 
Hugh Bonar, Walter Mertz, Ray Lichtenwalter, Wayne Webber, Howard Lloyd. 



Office and Library Staffs 




forward look . . 








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JJC Gridders Have Tough Season 









FIRST ROW, left to right: Coach Gil Bell, Ed Matesevac, Jim Mondrella, Tony Muhich, Terry Small, Henry 
Marshall, Frank Crotti, Steve Funsten, Eddy Leonard, Doug Smith, Paul Seaborg, Jim Meyer, Coach George 
Fahrenholz. SECOND ROW: Jack McDonald, Dick Dobbs, Jim Anderson, Bob Felbinger, Dan Racich, Ted Latz, 
Lynn Rayburn, John Persico, Herb Boginis, Bob Kujawa, Vic Pearson, Rich Sterioti. TOP ROW: Bob Kowalski, 
Ken Daniels, Rollie Whalen, Don Brown, Jim Hills, Tom Keck, Chuck Stebbins, Mike Bolger, Jerry Morris, Bob 
Brandolino, Jerry Hoffman, Bob Clavenna. 




Coach 
Gil 
Bell 



Coach 

George 

Fahrenholz 



Under the direction of new head coach 
Gil Bell, the JJC football squad had a bleak 
1959 season. Hopes for a successful season 
were dashed early by ineligibilities and in- 
juries . 

Jolietfaceda rugged seven- game sched- 
ule, including games with two junior college 
elevens that had national JuCo rankings . The 
end result was an 0-7 over-all record and 
an 0-5 Illinois Junior College Conference 
mark. 

The Wolves reached their high point of 
the season in a 13-6 loss to Morton. In that 
game, Joliet picked up 342 yards offensively 
to 67 yards to their opponents, only to have 
Morton score touchdowns on two recovered 
fumbles . 

In season statistics, Joliet led its opposi- 
tion in first downs by rushing, 42 to 39, by 
passing, 16 to 15, and trailed by penalty six 
to nine. 




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Line action is rugged as Dan Racich tries for Wolves' PAT. 



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SEASON RECORD 

18 North Central "B" 27 

Thornton JC 20 

6 Morton JC 13 

12 Wright JC 31 

16 Grand Rapids [C 67 

Wilson JC 13 

LaSalle-Peru 27 



The Wolves totaled 824 yards on the 
ground to their opponents' 879. In the air, 
Joliet completed 33 of 90 aerials for 551 
yards while the opposition completed 40 of 
120 passes for 698 yards. 

Halfback Ed Matesevac led the Wolves 
in scoring for the season with five touch- 
downs for a total of thirty points . Fullback 
Henry Marshall topped the team in rushing 
with 359 yards on 78 carries for a 4.7 av- 
erage. Jack McDonald, the team's punter, 
averaged 35.5 yards on 31 kicks. 

Guard Bob Felbinger was named to the 
1959 Illinois Junior College Conference All- 
Star squad. Fullback Henry Marshall, end 
Jerry Hoffman, halfback Ed Matesevac, full- 
back Jack McDonald, and defensive lineback- 
er Herb Boginis all received honorable men- 
tions . 




Herb Boginis presents jacket to Mr. Walser. 




All eyes are downfield as Wolves surround opposing passer. 




Henry Marshall, carrying here, was Wolves' top runner 



End Jim Hills battles foe for pass. 




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Wolves' defense held firm in many crucial spots. 




Jim Mondrella is surrounded by enemy tacklers. 



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Wolves End Banner Year in Semi-finals of Region 



A. A. "Fizz" Wills piloted the Jo lie t 
Junior College Wolves to a 17-8 record 
while completing his 30th year as head 
coach. 

In meeting and defeating 17 opponents 
the Joliet five lost only one Illinois Junior 
College Conference game to cop the 1959- 
60 title with an 8-1 record. Wilson JC of 
Chicago and LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby JC 
finished in a tie for second place with 7-2 
records. 

Only four of the season's eight losses 
were to junior college quintets. Wilson JC 
spilled the Wolves 96-72 in regular season 
play and again 84-82 in the semi-finals of 
the NJCAA Region 4 Tournament. 

Joliet was defeated 77-69 by Broome 
Tech of Binghamton, New York, while bid- 
ding for its second straight Broome Tech 
Holiday Tournament title. The wolves de- 
feated Erie County Technical Institute 
of Buffalo, New York, 90-69 to reach the 
finals . 

Joliet's remaining junior college loss 
was to Lincoln JC in the final regularly 
scheduled game. A Joliet squad has never 
defeated Lincoln at Lincoln, and the loss 
of a key starter on the injury list made this 
year no exception. 

Wheaton College dumped Joliet twice 
(once by three points), North Central 
College tapped the Wolves in one of their 



two meetings by two points, and Chanute 
Air Force Base added the final defeat, also 
by a two point margin. 

Joliet's starting five all averaged in 
double figures for the season. 

Bill Sparlin, a freshman guard -forward 
from Wilmington, paced the Wolves with 
421 points. He averaged 18. 4. 

Joe Pesavento, Joliet's lone sophomore 
squad member and starting forward, 
placed second to Sparlin with 393 points and 
a 16.4 average. The former Lockport star 
led Joliet in field accuracy with a . 461 
mark as a result of his 169 for 367 showing 
from the floor. Pesavento, strange as it 
may seem, also scored 393 points as a 
freshman starter when he was No. 3 in 
scoring. 

Jerry Widlowski, a former Joliet Town- 
ship ace, scored 351 points for a 14.7 a- 
verage to take third place honors. He hit 
a team high of 33 points against Purdue 
Extension. 

Jim Garrison, who prepped at Joliet 
Catholic, netted 290 points and a 13.2 
average for fourth place honors. He mis- 
sed two games with a pulled wrist tendon. 

Dennis Wilhelmi, Joliet's starting 
center, scored 265 points and maintained 
an 11. 1 average to take fifth place. The 
former Minooka star led the team with 89 
free throws. 




ROW ONE: Coach Wills, Zollie Hall, assistant. ROW TWO: Jim Garrison, Bill Laken, Jerry Widlowski, Bill Spar- 
lin, Dave Kettwig, Noel Smith. ROW THREE: Davy French, Joe Pesavento, Dennis Wilhelmi, Bob Madjak, Don 
Weber, Larry Hutten, Ed Matesevac. 

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Tourney 



Davy French, who 
played in Joliet's final 14 
outings, scored 117 points 
as a reserve. The former 
Braidwood ace averaged a 
modest 8. 4. 

Seven other cagers 
put points on the books 
during the 1959-60 cam- 
paign including Bill Laken 
of Joliet Township (96); 
Noel Smith of Peotone (52); 
Dave Kettwig of Joliet 
Township (36) Dave Bald- 
win of Coal City (21); 
Larry Hutten of Joliet 
Catholic (10) and Don Weber 
of Lemont (6). 

The Wolves outdid their opposition in every statis- 
tical category. The Joliet five hit 843 baskets in 1939 
tries and added 392 free throws for 2078 points. This 
averages to 86.6 points per game to make Joliet the 
fifth best offensive team in the nation. Back in 1957 
the Wolves paced the nation with a 96. 3 average. 

Joliet's opponents netted 720 baskets in 1917 shots, 
cashed in on 376 free throws for 1816 points and a 
72. 7 average. 

Joliet shot at a . 436 clip in comparison to the op- 
position's .376. In the foul department the Wolves 
held a 468 to 419 margin. 

Post-season honors were accorded to several 
Joliet standouts. 

Sparlin was named to the NJCAA Region 4 All -Star 
team at a guard slot. Pesavento landed a second team 
forward berth. This All-Star team, for the region 
which takes in Illinois, was picked by the 12 junior 
colleges that belong to the National Junior College 
Athletic Association. (The coaches did the voting). 

After the Region 4 tourney held at Joliet Pesavento 
was named to the first All-Tournament team and Spar- 
lin was placed on the second team . Garrison was 
given an honorable mention. 

Following a 77-65 win over Purdue Extension in 
the season opener, Joliet mauled Shimer College 90- 
78 and Morton JC 93-53. 

After losing to Wilson the Wolves clobbered Bloom 
JC of Chicago Heights 100-63 behind Garrison's 23 
point effort. 

A stalling LaGrange JC club fell 66-34 to the per- 
sistent Wolves before the Joliet five departed for the 
Broome Tech Holiday Tournament. 

After returning Joliet dropped Crane JC 99-74 be- 
hind Sparlin's 23 and then bombed Elgin JC 102-69. 




Coach Wills stands with Joe Pesavento and Bill Sparlin, the two players who 
achieved All-Star status at the Broome Tech tourney in New York. 




Coach Wills exchanges a few words 
with one of his leading scorers for 
the 1959-60 season. 





Bill Sparlin 



Wheaton tapped Joliet88-85 
but the Wolves bounced back by 
downing Chanute Air Force Base 
85-75 and Bloom JC 83-62, be- 
fore falling to the Airmen 78 -76 
in their second match. 

Sparlin 's 29 points paced 
Joliet's highly impressive 86-67 
win over LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby 
JC that spilled the Apaches from 
their IJCC Conference lead. 

A return engagement with 
Purdue Extension called for a 
second half barrage by Garrison 
to bail the Wolves an 82-81 win. 

Pesavento's lay-up with 
three seconds to play gave 
Joliet a 73-72 decision over 
North Central College and his 
24 points against Moline JC in 
an 83-72 win gave Joliet its 
final 8-1 IJCC record. 



Dennis Wilhelmi goes up to block the 
shot of a Morton player during Region 4 
tournament play at Joliet. 




Joe Pesavento 







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1959-1960 






SEASON SCORES 




JJC 


OPPONENT 


77 


Purdue Extension 


65 


90 


Shimer College 


78 


93 


Morton JC 


53 


94 


Wheaton College 


109 


72 


Wilson JC 


96 


100 


Bloom JC 


63 


66 


LaGrange JC 


34 


90 


Erie Tech (Buffalo, N. Y 


.) 69 


69 


Broome Tech (Bingham ton 


N.Y.) 77 


99 


Crane JC 


74 


102 


Elgin JC 


69 


85 


Wheaton College 


88 


85 


Chanute AFB 


75 


S3 


Bloom JC 


62 


76 


Chanute AFB 


78 


86 


LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby JC 


67 


72 


Thornton JC 


63 


87 


Wright JC 


77 


82 


Purdue Extension 


8.1 


73 


North Central College 


72 


83 


Mo line JC 


72 


73 


North Central College 


75 


64 


Lincoln JC 


72 


68 


Morton JC 


63 


82 


Wilson JC 


84 




Jerry Widlowski 




Davy French 



Wolves In Action . . . 




Davy French ( 13) fights over ball during Region 4 
tournament play against Morton JC. 



Jim Garrison ties up the ball with a Wright player during 
a regular season game. Joe Pesavento (25) and Jerry 
Widlowski (14) look on. 





Jim Garrison, Dennis Wilhelmi, and Jerry Widlowski 
go up for rebounding practice. 



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Davy French comes down with the ball against Morton JC during a 
Region 4 tournament game. Jerry Widlowski ( 14) and Joe Pesavento 
(25) help. 




ROW ONE: Noel Smith, Jim Garrison. ROW TWO: Bill Sparlin. Dennis Wilhelmi and Dave Baldwin. These boys 
came to the Wolves this year after being prep scoring leaders last year. 




Joe Pesavento watches that ball as he tries a lay-up during Joe sees that his aim is good as the ball heads for the bas- 
a regular season game against Wright. ket during the game with Wright JC. 




Jerry Widlowskf ( 14) watches anxic 
goes into the Joliet basket. 



lire that the ball 




Members of the golf team include Sid Holder, Jim Stefamch, Jerry Widlowski, and John Gabel with Coach Winter - 
roth above, and Gordon Kay and Warren Walberg not pictured. 

Joliet Linksmen Take Third In State and Conference 



Under the direction of coach Shirley 
Winterroth, JJC's golf squad gained a third 
place finish in the Illinois Junior College 
Conference with a record of three wins and 
three losses in three matches. All matches 
were medal play. 

The Wolves defeated LaGrange Junior 
College twice and picked up their third win 
over Wright Junior College. Losses were 
suffered at the hands of Thornton Junior 
College on two occasions, and once to 
Wright. Joliet's home matches were play- 
ed at the Woodruff course. 

At the conference tournament, played 
at the Cherry Hill Country Club near Har- 
vey, Joliet finished in a four -team field. 
Thornton won the tourney with a team score 
of 327 to win both state and conference 
titles. Wright took second place with a 
team total of 338, and Joliet was third with 
340. Lyons of LaGrange brought up the 
rear with a 351 total. 



Illinois Junior College Conference Standings 

1. Thornton Junior College 

2. Wright Junior College 

3. Joliet Junior College 

4. Lyons of LaGrange 



Letters were awarded to six members 
of the Joliet squad. They were Warren 
Walberg, Jerry Widlowski, Jim Stefanich, 
John Gabel, Sid Holder, and Gordon Kay. 




JJC cheerleaders for the 1959-60 season are Judy Rakoski, Dawn Harrwig, and Sherry Presley standing, and Kay 
Zusag, captain, and Paula Ross kneeling. Sharon Rumchak is not pictured. 

Peppy Co~Eds Lead Cheering Section 




What's a team without spirit? Nothing! What's a 
game without cheerleaders? Nothing! At least that's 
the way the students at Joliet Junior College feel about 
the active girls who serve as yell gals at all the foot- 
ball and basketball games played at the home base. 
These peppy co -eds are always on hand to give a "Yea 
purple! Yea white 1" or a "Victory, Victory! That's 
our cry! " when the game gets going and the crowd 
starts to feel the excitement of the plays. 

Actively associated with the Boosters' Club at JJC, 
the cheerleaders -- Kay Zusag, Sherry Presley, Paula 
Ross, Judy Rakoski, Dawn Hartwig, and Sharon Rum- 
chak -- traveled to away games and helped to make 
the Boosters' Club a real success. 

The Pom Pon girls, who had in previous seasons 
helped the cheerleaders in the spirit department, were 
not called into action this year. 



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ROW ONE: Alma Jean Peterson, Lois Hemphill, Alice Dufour, Sally MacDonald, Anita Gora, Mary Lou Fletcher, 
Jane Leighton, Chloe Goepper, Shirley Crosby, Trudy Wilkey, Paula Ross, Janet Sifferd, Helen Antonini, Linda 
Brannberg, Jeanne Kraus, Mildred Lestina. ROW TWO: Dr. Dellinger, Peggy Low, Doris DeBri, Alice Foreman, 
Marilyn Vidmar, Sandra Balog, Margaret Boydston, Sharon Gaefke, Jodeanne Pfeiffer, Janis Simpson, Helen Pezze, 
Dorla-Dean Fassino, Roseanne Malinovich, Judie Giardina, Jeanne Lambert, Joyce Adams, Judy Hnetkovsky. ROW 
THREE: Susan Skoff, Bonnie Rydell, June Tomastick, Johnny Sitar, Donald W. Pretty, Larry Allen, Jim Agazzi, 
Jim Reeves, Ben Levin, Jim Nelson, Palmer Kloster, Art Kraus, Robert Nichols, Steve Funsten, Edith Gunderson. 
ROW FOUR: Terry Garrett, Larry Raber, Bob Knutson, Nick Priddy, Edward Haines, James D. Hancock, Warren 
Walberg, Jerrold Karns, Rick Kuempel, Bob Leighton, Paul Washam, Kenneth Armstrong, Tom Nelson, Barney 
Machaj. 

JJC Choir Follows New Mascot Through Harmonious 




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The piano is the center of all music, just as the principal 
officers of a choral group are the center of the club. 
JC CHOIR OFFICERS are: Jim Hancock, treasurer; Edie 
Gunderson, secretary; Warren Walberg, vice-president; 
Dr. Dellinger, and Larry Raber, president. 



"Doc" holds new mascot for the JJC Choir. 
Little Susan is the daughter of the choir presi- 
dent, Larry Raber. 





JJC CHOIR OFFICERS, ROW ONE: Larry Raber, president; Trudy 
Wilkey, social chairman; Mary Lou Fletcher, student council rep. 
Edie Gunderson, secretary; Janet Sifferd, librarian; Pat Smith, 
librarian. ROW TWO: Nick Priddy, robe chairman; Jim Han- 
cock, treasurer; Jim Agazzi, student manager; Jim Reeves, pub- 
licity manager; Warren Walberg, vice-president. 



Activities of the JJC Choir for the 
'59 -'60 season, under the direction 
of Hal Dellinger, were many and 
varied in presentation, stimulating 
a new freshness and vitality that 
will long be remembered by it mem- 
bers, and other college associates. 

On December 15 and 17, the 
choir, accompanied by the JC Swing 
Band, presented a Christmas tour, 
entertaining schools in Braidwood, 
Coal City, and Lincolnway. Concerts 
were also given for the Joliet Busi- 
nesswomen's Club and Faith Luth- 
eran Church. 

The outstanding event of the 
second semester was the entertaining 
Spring Musical. 



Year of Songfests, Tours, and Spring Musical 




Richard Eyrich, Don Martin, Richard Criche and John Schorie, members of the JJC swing band, are about to leave 
to accompany the choir on their tour. 



Journalism Staffs Work on Shield, Blazer 




BLAZER STAFF: Joan Shepley, editor; Judy Regis. Casuals 
typist ; Joe Nichols, Joe Edmon, Bill Caisley, and Jim 
Agazzi, reporters. 



The origin of publications at JJC is 
the Press Club. This organization keeps 
the student body well informed by putting 
out the Blaz er, the school newspaper; 
the Shield , the yearbook; and the College 
Casuals , a bulletin of information that 
reaches the students every Monday, 
Wednesday and Friday. One of the mem- 
bers also writes "The Wolf Call, "a week- 
ly column for the Joliet newspapers. 

Advisor for these publications is 
Mrs. Ann Frick of the college staff. 
Mrs. Frick acts as co-ordinator, sound- 
ing board and judge of the ideas presented 
bv Press Club members. Mrs. Vera 
Smith, of the college English department, 
acts as sponsor of the yearbook. 

Students belonging to the club do not 
have to be journalism majors. Anyone 
interested in any phase of publications is 
urged to join. 

Highlights of the year are the holiday 
parties, newspaper and yearbook con- 
ferences, and queen contests for which 
the Press Club nominates candidates. 




SHIELD STAFF, SEATED: Nancy Merrell, assistant editor; Carol Rackham, editor; Mrs. Smith, advisor; Sandy 
Doyle; faculty editor. STANDING: Pat Treseder, student life editor; Jim Agazzi, flashbacks editor; Mary Beth 
Robinson, art editor; and Darlene DePra, business manager. Not Pictured: Jim Winkler, sports editor. 



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Dr. Blatchely, guest speaker, demonstrates his power and information concerning hypnosis while putting his audience 
in a rather peculiar position. SMS hosted SEA at this interesting meeting. 



Students of Medical Science Travel . . . 



In 1948 ten young men of 
Joliet Junior College conceived 
the idea of banding together to 
learn more at first hand of the 
medical profession they were 
about to enter. Today SMS has 
beome a well-run, close-knit 
organization made up of all the 
students enrolled in any of the 
medical curricula. 

Mr. Puddicombe and Mr. 
Young guide the organization 
through its three -fold program 
which includes pre-arranged 
field trips to all types of signi- 
ficant medical institutions in the 
Chicago area, use of clinical 
medical films, and invitations to 
eminent practicing members of 
all branches of the medical pro- 
fession to speak before the 
group. 



First semester officers Donna Baran, secretary; Mildred Lukancic, vice- 
president; John Douros, president; Lynn Wolfson, treasurer; and Mr. Glenn 
Young, co-sponsor. Mr. Puddicombe is the other sponsor. 





STUDENT COUNCIL, ROW ONE: Bill Sparlin, Miss Wood, Judy Regis, Mary Beth Robinson, Joan Lamb, Joan Krohn, 
Carolyn Cummings, secretary-treasurer; Carol Rowley, Elwyn Wood. ROW TWO: Jerry Widlowski, Larry Hawkin- 
son, Jerry Sicinski, Terry Small, Jerry Hoffman, second semester president; Bob Knott, first semester president; 
Jim Winkler, second semester vice-president; Dean Rowley, Gordon Kay, Irwin Mann. 



Student Council Oversees Year's Activities . . . 




Members of the council discuss school activities with Mr. Rowley and Miss Wood. 

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Student Council is our school government. 
Regulating various activities of the school is 
the council's primary job. Meeting regularly 
every Tuesday morning with Dean Rowley and 
Miss Wood, the council first undertook to alter 
their constitution. 

Accomplishments of this year's council, 
headed by Bob Knott the first semester and 
Jerry Hoffman the second, include new draperies 
for the smoker, re -upholstering furniture in 
the lounge, fixing the FM radio in the smoker, 
and an attempt to install a cigarette machine in 
the smoker. As we go to press, the council is 
working out a new system for Homecoming in 
order to induce more alumni to return. 

The Social Council, a special branch of the 
Student Council, works under the leadership of 
sponsor Mr. Bondar and president Joan Shepley 
to plan the minor social events of the school 
year. 



Strives For School Improvements . 




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SOCIAL COUNCIL: Kay Zusag, Joan Shepley, Bill Sparlin, Terry Small. Roseanne Malinovich, Connie Conroy. 



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Fred Schoen, Carol McDonnell, and Pat Otis 
point out SNEA poster hung on the halls of JJC. 





SNEA OFFICERS: Pat Otis, presi- 
dent; Fred Schoen, vice -president; 
Joan Lamb, student council rep- 
resentative. Carol McDonnell, 
not pictured, is secretary -treasurer. 



SNEA Strives for Exciting Programs, Trips . . . 

SNEA, ROW ONE: Kay Brittain, June Tomastick, Irene Skiotes, Gail DuShane, Barney Machaj, Pat Otis, Nina 
Storey, Bernice Baker, Rosemary Hacker, Arnie DeSandre, Mrs. Brewer. ROW TWO: Jerry Karnes, Roger Eggers, 
Virginia Gaspich, Jan Wetherbee, Diane Mirozek, Joan Lamb, Judy Hynd, Helen Pezze, Lois Legan, Agnes Novy, 
Tom Harr, Fred Schoen. 




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BUSINESS CLUB, ROW ONE: Bill Laken, Lee Marren, Mr. Corradetti. ROW TWO: Rick Eyrich, Jack Lambakis, 
Jerry Randolph. 



Business Club Learns Methods of Business . 



Business Club students have 
an opportunity to combine plea- 
sure and knowledge at JJC. 

Meetings which are interest- 
ing and informative are the basis 
on which Miss Lola Emery and 
Mr. Corradetti, co -sponsors, 
put into effect the Business Club 
principles. 

Speakers from businesses 
including finance companies, 
insurance agencies, and other 
companies give the students 
first hand facts about the 
modern business world. 

Gary Lichtenwalter, presi- 
dent, leads the club in social 
affairs, too. Besides cooperat- 
ing with the school in support- 
ing issues and queen candidates, 
the club holds parties and dances, 
and ends the year with an an- 
nual banquet. 



Mr. Corradetri's accounting class ponder over business problem while 
Nancy Merrell, CENTER, seems to have the correct solution. 





LaVerne Anderson, Cosmo Misischia, Jim Downey, Bob Knott, Terry Small, Larry Lerfald, Roger Smith Bob 

Leighton. 



Veterans Hold Festivity-Filled 



VETS' CLUB OFFICERS: Terry Small, student council representative; Larry Lerfald, vice-president; and Bob Knott, 
secretary-treasurer; Bill Hibner, president, was absent. 





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Vets have been all around the world, 
with tales to tell from everywhere. Here at 
JJC, the Vets contribute much to enlighten 
JJC students as to what the world's all about. 

In first semester the Vets put on a variety- 
show entitled "Around the World in Forty 
Minutes. " Also, in first semester the Vets 
sponsored a successful food drive in Decem- 
ber for the needy people. 

The Vets go along with everything at 
JJC. They grow their beards for Sadie Haw- 
kins, go to the splash and skating parties 
(as well as have their own), and get after the 
students to clean up the smoker. The Vets 
demand respect and get it I 



"Standing on a corner watching all the girls go by. . . " 
Larry Lerfald, sings to Kay Zuzag and Mary Beth Robinson, 
while Cosmo Misischia and Roger Smith appear uninterest- 
ed. Kay seems to be putting up a fight. 




Year of Food Drives, Parties 



Vets' food drive is huge success, so poor families will have a nice Christmas. 





Larry Johnson and Jirn Nelson have no ears for Wayne Barnett, president, when there's a camera around during a 
meeting of the JC Players. 



Comedy, Slapstick, and Tragedy 



JC PLAYERS OFFICERS: Joan Lamb, secretary-treasurer; Jeanne 
Williams, vice-president; Joan Krohn, student council represent- 
ative; and Wayne Barnett, president. 




It's been a busy year for the 
members of the JC Players Club, 
land a profitable one. 

In January a program of three 
one -act plays was presented under 
the title of "An Evening in Fantasy. " 
With the beginning of the second se- 
mester, work began on "Under Milk 
Wood" which was presented on April 
y 1 and 2. 

Officers for the second semester 
were: Jeanne Williams, president; 
' Charlene Westerwelle, vice-presi- 
m dent; Jim Agazzi, treasurer; and 
Jeanette Pinnick, secretary. 

The Players closed their year 
with the traditional banquet and pre- 
sentation of awards. 





Mary Lou Fletcher, director 
"Passion, Poison and Petri- 
fication" 



Portrayed in One- Acts . . . 




Joan Krohn, director 
"Faust, a Masque" 



Jim Agazzi, director 
"The Medium" 



Helen Kadela and Dick Adamson 
portray characters showing great 
emotion in "The Medium. " 








ROW ONE: Ray Carli, Dick Hertzman, Ed Riley, Floyd Kokaly, Wayne Johnson, Steve Hagen, Larry Long, Chuck 
Harmening, Stanley Grauer. ROW TWO: Mr. Castle, Earl Dowell, Larry Allen, Walter Johnson, Ray Jurvich, John 
Jones, Bob Lewis, Mike Gleason, Ron Geddes. ROW THREE: Jerrel Walker, Francis Kozoman, Gene Klett, Martin 
Ivec, Bill Palmer, Larry Chapman, David Earls, Alex Hrechko, Jim Klen. 



Engineers Learn New Tricks of Trade . 



The purpose of the Engineer's Club, as 
quoted by Mr. Castle, who has been the 
club's advisor for the past thirteen years, 
is "to promote interest in the profession of 
engineering and give students a better un- 
derstanding of the practice of engineering 
and of the different fields of engineering. " 

Every student enrolled in an engineer- 
ing course is automatically a member of 
the group. There are, at present, one 
hundred engineers enrolled at JJC. 

At the monthly meetings, the men have 
a varied program . Movies, lectures, 
speakers, and field trips make the meetings 
interesting and informative. 

Trips to the power plants, foundries, 
and manufacturers' plants add a construc- 
tive and professional inspiration to the 
further engineers. 

At one meeting, a former JJC engineer- 
ing student, Phillip Cary, who is now chief 
metallurgical engineer for a harvesting 



company, lectured the group. Demonstra- 
tions and drawings showing the many phases 
of engineering are also widely used by Mr. 
Castle. 

During National Engineers' Week, the 
Joliet Chapter of the Illinois Society of 
Professional Engineers invites the group 
to an annual banquet at which time an a- 
ward is presented to the most outstanding 
student. This past year, Gene Klett, 
sophomore, won the award plus a fifty 
dollar bonus. 

The group also issues their own awards 
based on semester averages. Students 
with a 3. 2 to 3. 5 receive a silver pin and 
students above 3.5 receive gold pins. 

The officers of the Engineering group 
are: Ed Riley, president; Larry Chapman, 
vice-president; Bob Felbinger, secretary- 
treasurer; and Joe Spiech, student council 
representative. 




WAL, ROW ONE: Denny Sue Batis, Carol Rackham, Kay Zusag. ROW TWO: Paula Ross, Roseanne Malinovich, 
Sharon Zamkovitz, Sherry Presley. ROW THREE: Jane Leighton, Janis Simpson, Bev Allison, Judy Rakoski. ROW 
FOUR: Norma Fronek, Sandy Mancini, Alice Dufour, Sally MacDonald. ROW FIVE: Irene Skiotes, Pat Smith. 
Barb Gosack, Sandy Balog. 

WAL Hosts Sport Nights, Mother-Daughter Tea . . . 



WAL's main purpose at JJC is to en- 
courage activity among JJC women. All 
women of JJC are automatically members. 
The group meets once a month and sponsors 
many activities at JJC. 

Besides holding several sport nights 
throughout the year, the WAL plans an an- 
nual mother -daughter tea. Kay Zusag, 
president, headed the committee for the 
annual spring dance sponsored by WAL. 



At the end of the year, the WAL also plans 
a picnic for all the women. Other officers 
include Sharon Zamkovitz, vice-president; 
Donna Krizmanic, secretary; Diana Samios, 
treasurer; and Judy Regis, student council 
representative. 

Miss Pat Lemanski of the gym depart- 
ment and Miss Georgina Smith of the home 
economics department sponsor the group. 




WAL OFFICERS: Diana Samios, treas- 
urer; Kay Zusag, president; Miss Le- 
manski, co-sponsor; Sharon Zamkovitz, 
vice-president; Judy Regis, student 
council representative; and Donna Kriz- 
manic, secretary. 




The Letter men's Club, under 
the sponsorship of Mr. Walser, ath- 
letic director, and Mr. Bell of the 
physical education department, in- 
vites all letter -winners to partici- 
pate in school activities. 

Golf, baseball, basketball and 
football are the primary sports at 
JJC. The Wolves earn their letter 
jackets by the number of minutes 
they participate in their particular 
sport. 

Besides re -hashing old plays and 
experiences, the men sponsor skat- 
ing parties, dances and also an an- 
nual banquet, at which time awards 
are presented to the most valuable 
player. 

Officers for the Lettermen's 
Club are: Herb Boginis, president; 
Ted Laatz, vice-president; Paul 
Whitmore, secretary -treasurer; 
and Don Brown, student council 
representative. 



Lettermen Attracted From All Sports 



LETTERMEN'S CLUB, ROW ONE: Mr. Walser, Don Brown, Herb Boginis, Mr. Bell. ROW TWO: Paul Seaborg, 
Bob Kujawa, Terry Small, Dan Racich, Jerry Widlowski, Bill Sparlin. ROW THREE: Jim Garrison, John Gabel, 
Gordan Kay, Gary Lichtenwalter, Bob Madjak, Joe Pesavento, Don Weber. 




Boosters do give a big boost to all the events at 
JJC. These events include not only the games, but 
the dances and parties on the social side, and the 
clean-up of school property on the work side. 

Miss Dorothy DeSplinter of the gym department 
sponsors the ambitious Booster group. 




BOOSTERS' OFFICERS: Bob Brandolino, vice-president; Mike 
Conway, president; Mary Lou Fonck, secretary -treasurer; and 
Larry Lerfald, student council representative. 




Boosters Boost JJC Activities 



CHEERLEADERS: Dawn Hartwig, Judy Rakoski, Sherry Presley, Kay Zuzag, and school spirit supporters pose before 
leaving for nearby game. 




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Secretary -Treasurer 



Jerry Widlowski 
Vice-President 



Halls Ring As Freshmen 



The 1959-60 crop of freshmen arrived at JJC with a bang. We were the biggest class 
ever to be enrolled at the college, and we were determined to make our record a good 
one. We were determined, too, to have a good time. Both of these things we managed 
to achieve. 

Now as we look back over the past year we see a happy image of all the good times we 
enjoyed in and out of the classrooms. Because we were an active class, such names as 
Ed Matesevoc, Hank Marshall, Bill Sparlin, Judy Widlowski, and Dennis Wilhelmi ap- 
peared on the team rosters during the various athletic seasons. 

Dramatics, too, had a place for the freshmen. Joan Krohn directed one of the one- 
act plays and such players as Tom Wheeler, Bonnie Rydell, Barney Machaj and many 
others emerged from the ranks of our class to participate in and contribute to the suc- 
cess of the three -act play as well as the one -acts. 

During our first semester Gordon Kay led the way as class president; he was ably 
assisted by Jerry Widlowski as vice-president, and Carolyn Cummings as secretary- 
treasurer. The second semester brought a change in officers as Jim Garrison took over 
the office of president and Harlan Davis assumed the position of second executive. Caro- 
lyn Cummings retained her job as secretary-treasurer. 

We didn't lag behind in social events either! We sponsored a fun -filled, well -attended 
New Year's Eve dance, and helped present the annual Spring Formal at the Sabre 
Room in Chicago. 

It's been a busy year for us, but now we're looking forward to another one beginning 
in September of 1960. 





Arrive 



Melody Abernathy 
Justine Abney 
Richard Adamson 
Peggy Alderman 
Charles Allen 



Lawrence Allen 
Thomas Allen 
Bev Allison 
Janice Anderson 
LaVerne Anderson 



Joan Archibald 

Kenneth Armstrong 
James Babcock 
Donald Babich 
Judy Bacon 



Sue Baer 

James Bailey 
Randal Bailey 
Fred Baldazzi 
David Baldwin 



Stanley Ballard 
Sandra Balog 
Walter Baran 
Frank Barcelona 




Dennie Sue Batis 
Nicolas Beaudoin 
Charles Beck 
Don Bedford 
Ruth Ann Benck 



Gene Bender 
Nancy Berglund 
Richard Bernoteit 
Mike Bertnik 
John Birks 





Robert Blaesing 
Robert Blagg 
Robert Bohnsack 
Patrick Boland 
Raymond L. Boland 



Tasia Bonds 
Robert Brandolino 
Linda Brannberg 
Martha Bray 
Donald Brown 




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Neil Brown 

George Brunner 
Bill Bulfer 
Mike Bulger 
William Bullifm 



Larry Burk 

Judith Burzawa 
Paul Buss 
Robert Buss 
Bob Butcher 



Jerry Butler 

Steve Calamaras 
Rowan Card well 
Ray Carli 
Lloyd Carlson 



Carol Cassidy 

Therese Castiglioni 
Vincent Catarello 
Judy Challender 
Daniel Chinski 



Jerry Cleaver 
Robert Clink 
Brent Cohenour 
Charles Collins 
William Collins 





Constance Conroy 
Michael Conway 
David Cook 
Don Cook 
Roger Lee Corp 



Rich Cotter 
Sharon Cox 
Kelly Crader 
Allan Creer 
Frank Crotty 



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Michael Crowther 
Henry Cryder 
Kenneth Daniels 
Louis Darin 
Harlan Davis 



I ma Davis 

Doris DeBri 
Gayland Del Sasso 
Sandra Detar 
Patrick Dillon 



Donalee Dobbs 
Fred Donnelly 
Earl Dowell 
James Downey 
Shirley Doyal 



Mickey Drobnak 
Gayle Duchene 
Robert Dutkiewicz 
David Earls 
Linda Eddy 



Joe Edmon 

Frances Edwards 
Fred Edwards 
John Elwood 
Herbert Ely 





Jim Embling 
Bill Emerson 
Deborah Emerson 
Richard Eyrich 
Dorla-Dean Fassino 



John Fenili 
William Ferguson 
Robert Ferry 
John Finch 
Tom Fitzgerald 





Joseph Formento 
Linda Fraley 
Bob Frigo 
Robert Fruin 
John Gabel 



Sharon Gaefke 
Rita Galli 
Terry Garrett 
James Garrison 
Virginia Gaspich 



Ron Geddes 

Judith Giardina 
Michael Gleason 
Chloe Goepper 
Tony Golobitsh 



Anita Gora 

Barbara Gosack 
Donald Gould 
Jack Grauer 
Dan Greggain 



Tom Griffin 
David Gross 
Edith Gunderson 
Lee Gunderson 
Carl Hacke 





Rose Anna Hacker 
Steve Hagen 
Edward Haines 
James Hancock 
James Harder 



Doris Mae Hareld 
Charles Harmening 
Charles Harris 
Dawn Hartwig 
Dave Hasenjaeger 



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Steve Hathway 
Ruth Hatton 
Gerald Heavens 
Pearl Heeg 
Lois Hemphill 



Lewis Herath 

Richard Herath 
Dick Hertzmann 
Mildred Hester 
M. Lynn Hills 



Judy Hnetkovsky 
Sharon Hoffman 
Charles Holt 
Joe Horvath 
Judy Hritz 



Norma Huffs tutler 
Neal Hutson 
Lawrence Hutten 
Ray Israelson 
Charles Jackson 



Lawrence Johnson 
Wayne Johnson 
David Johnston 
John Jones 
James Joyce 





Jerry Julian 
Ray Jurvich 
John Karolus 
Michael Karstens 
Thomas Keck 



Arnold Keef 
Maureen Kelly 
John Kern 
Dave Kettwig 
Rich Kinzler 







Jim Klen 

William Knutson 
Nick Kobe 
Jim Kochevar 
Stephen Kochevar 



Ronald Kocsis 

Henry Kodrick 
Richard Koerner 
Robert Korb 
Andrew Kotowicz 



Robert Kowalski 

Francis Kozoman 
Ron Kozoman 
Joan Krohn 
Rick Kuempel 



Marion Kuhlmann 
William Laken 
Burke Lanham 
Frank Lasser 
Lois Legan 



Kenneth Leifheit 
Jane Leighton 
Ed Lennert 
Robert Lewis 
Carl Lindstrom 





Larry Long 
Gerald Lundeen 
Bill MacDonald 
Barney Machaj 



Charlene Mack 
Barbara Mackay 
Janice Mackey 
Leona MacQueen 
James Madsen 



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Peter Maitland 

Mary Fran Mali 
Roseanne Malinovich 
Richard Marasso 
James Markstrom 



Norman Marocco 
Beverly Martin 
Don Martin 
Robert Martin 
Ed Martis 



Robert Maslan 

Robert Matlock 
Jerry Matthews 
Arthur Maue 
James Mauro 



James McAfee 
Ray McCabe 
John McCarthy 
John McDonald 
William McTee 



Bob Meek 

James Meyer 
John Robert Meyer 
Duane Mickelson 
Donna Mae Miller 





James Miller 
Rich Modery 
James Mondrella 
Nancy Moore 
Jerry Morris 



James Morse 
Diane Mrozek 
Anthony Muhich 
Dan Murphy 
L. James Music 








James D. Nelson 
Tom Nelson 
Joe Nichols 
John Nicholson 

Marian North 



Agnes Ann Novy 
P. James Oberg 
Jack O'Brien 
Nancy O'Connell 
Kenneth O'Dell 



Jon O'Donnell 

JoAnn Orlovich 
Paul Orosco 
Carol Orsini 
Mary Ossowski 



Arlene Otis 
Cliff Parkis 
Steve Paul 
Danielle Pauly 
Ray Pavnica 



Victor Pearson, Jr. 
David Perry 
John Persico 
Mary Ann Pesavento 
Jim Petak 





Earl Petersen 
Helen Pezze 
Jodeanne Pfeiffer 
Karen Pickett 
Ronald Pilon 



Jeannette Pinnick 
Thomas Piskur 
Emery Pisut 
Jerry Placher, Jr. 

Nicholas Priddy 






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William C. Purdy 
William L. Purdy 
Michael Quiram 
James Racich 
Noralyn Raino 



Gerald Ramanousky 
Jerry Randolph 
Judy Renwick 
Dorian Riggen 
Larry Rinkenberger 



Donald Robertson 
Rita Rogan 
Robert Rogina 
Jacqueline Roots 
Paula Ross 



Gerald Ruettiger 
Bonnie Rydell 
Elizabeth Sally 
Diana Samios 
Karen Schauland 



Richard Schmitz 
Edward Scholtes 
Gerald Scholtes 
John Schorie 
Arlan Schram 





Warren Schwiesow 
Jim Scolari 
Norman Seaborg 
Tony Sebino 
Marjone Segerberg 



Bonnie Seiberling 
Paul Semplinski 
Henry Setina 
Georgine Shaffer 
Richard Sheedy 






Paul Shepley 
Tony Shiner 
Bob Shoemaker 
Janet Sifferd 
Ron Simonic 



Jams Simpson 
Irene Skiotes 
James Skiotes 
Sue Skoff 
William Slack 



Larry Small 
Noel Smith 
Patricia Smith 
Robert Smith 
William Sparlin 



Ted Stamzewski 
Amy Staples 
Robert Startz 
Jim Stefanich 
Edwin Stelzer 



Richard Stenzel 
Nina Storey 
Walter Stubler 
Francis Suski 
Ron Sweedler 





Robert Symmonds 
Lynn Taylor 
Pearl Taylor 
Edwin Termuende 
Douglas Thompson 



John Thompson 
Robert Thompson 
Sandra Tierney 
June Tomastick 
Marilyn Tomko 





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Anthony Traina 

Patricia Treseder 
Elaine Trousil 
Fred Tucker 
Billy Tyler 



David Underhill 
Arthur Vaksdal 
Donald Vancas 
James Vandarakis 
Norman Van Dyke 



Marilyn Vidmar 
Harry Voight 
Kenneth Walker 
Robert Walker 
Thomas Walsh 



Edmund Walther 
Neil Ward 
Shirley Warner 
Jim Warthen 
Don Weber 



Roger Weinhold 
Roger West 
Charlene Westerwelle 
Janet Wetherbee 






Tom Wheeler 
Gary White 
Nancy White 
Carolyn Wicks 
Dennis Wilhelmi 



Gary Wilhelmi 

Ronald Williams 
Judy Wittkofski 
Leon Young 
Sharon Zamkovitz 







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James Allen 
Retia Bannister 
George Brockman 
Thomas Christensen 
Maxine demons 
Edward Cody 
Charles Covington 
Billy Dill 
Ronald Downen 
G. C Giarrante 
Arthur Goebel 
Fred Goss 
Dale Hadala 
Thomas Harr 



Alex Hrechko 
Earl Hutchinson 
Robert Knez 
James Kobe 
Gerald Kozak 
Ernie Krcmarik 
Dolores Kuhne 
Joan Lamb 
Gerald Leaman 
Robert Lenci 
Mildoree Logan 
Jimmie Long 
Cosmo Misischia 
Stephen Masters 



George Nielsen 
Walter Nielsen 
Jan Plank 
Paul Rose 
William Ryan 
Edward Serdar 
Joe Spiech 
Rich Sterioti 
David Stokes 
Andrew Suligoy 
Eddie Tousana 
Anthony Urrello 
Paul Whitmore 
Wesley Widup 
Charles Zimmerman 



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Donna Baran 
Janice Barschdorf 
Barbara Baxa 
Gayle Bennett 
Norma Bray 



Joanne Burns 
Margaret Campbell 
Kay Canup 
Mary Carter 
Sandra Cleal 









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Cecilia Cryder 



Silver Cross Nurses 



Shirley Doyal 

Sharon Dummer 
Maxine Early 
Karen Galle 
Arlette Graeflin 



Karen Hancock 

Connie Holmgren 
Elaine Johnson 
Mary Alice Johnson 
Betty Lonchar 



Elizabeth Manduca 
JoAnna McDonald 
Shirley Peterson 
Norma Schumann 
Sharon Smith 



Monjean Stevens 
Nancy Trevena 
Bev Vignocchi 
Lynn Wolfson 
Kathy Zum Mallen 





These bovs find there are 
a lot of forms to fill out 
when you attend junior 
college. 



Kay Zusag shows freshmen 
Sharon Zamkovitz that it's 
fun to work on decorations. 




Bill Purdy, Bill Purdy and 
friend seem to think some- 
thing is funny. Must have 
been a good one! 




Freshmen Judy Hritz, Karen Hancock, Chloe Goepper and Diana Samios throw their hats into the race for 
homecoming queen. 



Freshmen Take Part . . . 





Freshmen and sophomores both take time to study and 
converse in the library. 



Dennie Sue Batis seems to be having 
trouble with the room numbers, but 
Joe Pesavento will get her straightened 
out. 




Many of the students from Joliet Township High School take advantage of the courses offered at JJC. 

Pert and pretty Bev Allison is surprised to find 
herself queen of the SEA -sponsored 
Valentine Dance. 




Jim Skiotes, Dennie Sue Batis, Jerry Randolph, and Ed Matesvac 
take time out for a favorite JJC pastime -- hall lounging. 

Dawn Hartwig and John Darin find it relaxing to stop in the cafeteria 
for a talk. 








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Albert Albrecht 
Dave Amorose 
Stanley Anderson 
Jack Beallis 
Mary Ann Belay 
Helen R. Bell 
Forest Belt 
Roger Berg 
Emil Bernard 
William Biggins 
Andrew Birsa 
Joseph Blackburn 
Douglas Blatt 
Alfred Boyd 
Stan Boyden 
Margaret Boydston 
Don Boykin 
Mick Brei 
Ralph Bryson 
Joann Cagwin 
Patrick Canaday 
Jim Carnahan 
Frank Cavazos 
Stanley Chapas 
Donald Clark 
Thomas Collins 
Richard Collofello 
Clyde Conway 
Morgan Davidson 
Glenna Denker 
William DuFresne 
Donald Edson 
Milton Feryance 
Albert J. Fox 



Louis Gaefke 
John Galbraith 
Leslie Gambee 
Terry W. Garrett 
Willie Gavin 
Gerald Germain 
Wayne German 
Jim Glavan 
David Hammer 
Robert Hoffman 
Beatrice Hollenbers 
Lee James 
Jerrold Karns 
Robert Kegley 
Charles Kennedy 
Robert Knutson 
Richard Kolodziej 
Jeanne Kraus 
Donald Krause 
Charles Kurtz 
Patricia Lenz 
Everett Lestina 
John Liberatore 
John Longman 
Robert Madjak 
Eva Jean Matesi 
Edward Mathews 
Jessie McNabb 
Fred Meyers 
Ezell Miles 
Paul Miller 
Ron Oldham 
Allen Pell 
Jim Pickering 



Barbara Piunti 
Gerald Pius 
Jo Anne Popek 
Marva Poston 
Ronald Rakoski 
Harry Richards 
Lonkey Riley 
Richard Robinson 
Ada Rundhough 
Harriet Scheuber 
Richard Schroll 
Jason Scott 
Renetta Seehafer 
John Segerberg 
Thomas Sheperd 
Dorothy Sifferd 
Richard Slabozeski 
Roger Smith 
Valentine Spreitzer 
Robert Stephens 
Paul Tonelli 
Donald Tossi 
Dave Tunstall 
Thomas Tyler 
Herman Van Duyne 
Larry Van Winkle 
Ronald Weber 
Donald Wharrie 
Merle Wilson 
William Wolcott 
Patricia Yentz 
Richard Zadel 
Nicholas Zivic 








Larry Hawkinson 
President 



Bob Knott 
Vice-President 



Carol Rowley 
Secretary- Treasurer 



And Upper Classmen. . . Two 



Aswe, the sophomores of Joliet Junior College, complete our first two years of college 
we pause to wonder what the future will hold for us -- what the 60's will bring. 
The world is full of challenging new fields in which we as graduates will find vast regions 
for exploration. 

But before exploring the future, we must take time to ponder over the past two years. 
JJC has offered many rewarding experiences. To some of us it offered a chance to par- 
ticipate in student government. It enabled others to become stars in the sports field. 
With the help of our teachers and classes, it aided each of us in the search for his own 
special path. 

We spent countless hours in the library -- studying for exams, looking for term paper 
material, and trying to absorb all the knowledge to which one is exposed during the col- 
lege years. 

As we prepare to leave junior college we realize how many changes have marked this 
institution since we marched in two years ago. We have a new cafeteria, an enlarged 
library, a new smoker and Press Club office; new classes have been opened and a Human 
Relations Commission has been founded. If so many things can happen to our school in 
two short years, what is to happen to our class during the next ten? No one knows, but 
each is eager to find out. 




JOYCE E. ADAMS 
Mathematics 

Activities: JC Players, Choit 
From: Wilmington High School 
To: University of Illinois 
Awards: State Teacher's Scholarship, 
Illinois Scholarship 

JAMES AGAZZI "Agony" 

Liberal Arts 

Activities: Press Club 1-2 (President 
2), Choir 1-2 (Business Manager 2), 
JC Players 1-2 (Publicity Chairman 
1, Treasurer 2), Spring and Fall For 



al De 



oral 



Jolier Township High School 
To: Northwestern Universiry or UCLA 
Hobbies: Dramatics, Drawing 

MARK ALBRECHT 

Pre-Engineering 

Activities: Engineers' Club 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: University of Illinois 

Hobbies: Flying, Cars 




ROBERT L. ALMASY "Bob" 

Liberal Arts 

Activities: JC Players, Press Club 
1 From: Joliet Township High School 
1 To: University of Illinois 
'i Hobbies: Canoeing, Fishing 



Hundred in All . . . 



JOHN P. BABECKI 

Pre-Commerce 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: Caterpillar Tractor Company 



MARY ANN BALLAK 



:s: Student I.E. A., Worr 

ty League 

oliet Township High Scho 



JAMES R. ANDERSON "Andy" 

Agriculture 

Activities: Football Team 

From: Lincoln-Way Commtin 

High School 
To: University of Illinois 
Hobby: Mechanics 




WAYNE B. BARN ETT "Barney- 
General 

Activities: JC Players 1-2-3 (Presi- 
dent 2-3), Press Club 1, Student 
Council 2-3, Executive Council 2, 
Sophomore Class Vice-President, 
Master of Ceremonies for Pep 
Rallies and Mixers; Swing Band 1- 
2-3, Spring and Fall Formal Co- 



mport Township High School 

ersity of Colorado 

Student Rotarian, JC Player 




HELEN ANTONINI 

Pre-Education 

JC Choir 

From: 2ndGymnas 

To: St. Francis Co 

Hobbies: Reading, 




EDWARD W. BARTA 

Pre-Commerce 

Activities: Associated Business Students 

From: Lockport Township High School 






ROBERT D. 


BELL "Bob" 


EDWARD E. BENSON "Ed" 


KURT A. BETTENHAUSEN 


ARMAND J. BIANCHI" Butch" 


Pre-Comm 


>rce 


Liberal Arts 


Business 


Pte-Commerce 


Activities: 


Associated Business 


Activities: Press Club 


From: Joliet Township High School 


Activities: Associated Business Students, 


Students 




From: Crete-Monee High School 


To: University of Washington 


Distributive Education (Vice-President) 


From: Joli 


st Township High School 






From: Joliet Township High School 


ro: Norths 


rn Illinois University 






To: Northern Illinois University 



Sophomores 



HERB BOGINIS "Herb" 

Business 

Activities: Lettermen's Club (Presi- 
dent 1-2), Press Club, Student 
Council 

From: Joliet Township High School 

Awards: Captain (Foorbali Team), 
Honorable Mention All-Conferena 
Football 

Hobbies: Sports 



ROBERT T. BOURG "Bob" 



: Associated Business Stud-; 
let Township High School 
i College or University of 



JANET LEE BRIESE 



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KAYE ANGELLNE BRITTAIN "K 

Pre-Edu. 

Activities: Student I.E. A., Women's Activity League 

Joliet Township High School 
To: Illinois State Normal University 

VIRGINIA BROOKS 

Medical Technology 

From: Wisconsui State College (transfer) 

DONALD G. BRUNNER"Don" 
Business 

iliet Township High School 
To: Shoe Repair Manager 
Hobbies: Sp 





RICHARD P. BURKS "Dick" 


WILLIAM T. CAISLEY "Bill" 


JOHN I. CAMPBELL 


GEORGE K. CARLIN "Ki" 


Business 


Pre -Law 


Pre-Commerce 


Pre-Engineering 


From: Johet Catholic High School 


Activities: Press Club 


Activities: Associated Business 


From: Joliet Township High School 


To: Northern Illinois University 


From: Moms Community High School 


Students 


To: Miami University (Ohio) 




To: University of Illinois 


From: Joliet Township High School 


Hobbies: Sports 




Hobbies: Swimming 


To: Air Force 

Hobbies: Golf, Watersknng, Tennis 





Enter Here . . . 





JOSEPH M. CREIGHTON "Joe" 

Chemistry 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: University of Illinois 

SHIRLEY B. CROSBY 

Music 

Activities: Choir (Robe Chairman) 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: University of Chicago 

Hobbies: Music (Organ) 

ALLEN B. DANIELS 

General 

From: Joliet Township High School 



From: Lockport Ti 
To: Illinois St, 
Hobbies: Hunt 



'sClub 

ship High School 

al University 

Baseball, Basketball 



MARGARET DAVIS 

Pre-Education 

From: Atwood High School, Atwood 

I'ennessee 



DARLENE K. DePRA 

Liberal Arts 

Activities: Press Club (Yearbook Busine 

Manager 2), Honor Guard at Graduati 

1 
From: Lockport Township High School 
To: North Central College 
Hobbies: Music, Reading, Dancing 



To Carry 



ARNOLD L. DeSANDRE "Arnie" 

Pre-Education 

Activities: Student I.E. A. 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: Northern Illinois University 

Hobbies: Wood working 



CONNIE J. DILLON 



Township High School 
imming, Bowling, 



EDWLN J. DOBBS 

Liberal Arts 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: Arizona State College 



RICHARD J. DOBBS 

Pre-Education 

Activities: Veterans' Club, Football 






JOHN Dl 'UROS 




Books . . . And Study . . . 



WILLIAM C. ELENS 



Township High School 



CHARLES O. ELLIS "Charley" 
Business Administration 
From: Joliet Township High School 
To: University of Illinois 
Hobbies: Flying, Bowling 



DEBORAH A. EMERSON "Debby" 

Pre-Education 

Activities: Press Club, 1C Choir, 

Women's Activity League, Student 

I.E. A. 
From: Joliet Township High School 
To: Illinois State Normal University 



ROBERT J. FELBINGER "Bob" 
Engineering 

Activities: Engineer's Club (Secretary- 
Treasurer) 
From: Lockport Township High School 
Hobbies: Hunting 





WILLIAM J. 


FERGUSON "Bill" 


JOHN F1NDLAY "Johnny" 


MARY LOUISE FLETCHER " Marilou" 


MARILYN E. FLYNN 


Liberal Arts 




Pre-Agrtculture 


Mlisic Education 


Pre-Medical 


From: Jolie 


:t Catholic High School 


From: Minooka High School 


Activities: JC Choir, JC Playets, 


From: Joliet Township High School 


To: Illinoi: 


, State Normal University 


To: University of Illinois 
Hobbies: Watersknng 


Women's Activity League, Student 

Council Representative 
From: Johet Township High School 
To: Oberlin College 
Hobbies: Writing, Singing, Dancing 





Graduation's 



MARY LOU FONCK "Lou" 

Pre-Education 

Activities: Student I.E. A., Wome 
Activity League, Boosters Club 
(Secretary-Treasurer 2), Smoket 
and Lounge Committee 

From: St. Francis Academy 

To: University of Mexico 

Hobbies: Sports, Cars, Jazz 



ALICE F. FOREMAN 



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Activities: JC Choir, Women's Activity 
League, Honor Guard at Graduation 1 
From: Reed Custet High School 
To: Northern Illinois University 
Hobbies: Horseback Riding, Sewing, 



DONALD J. FRAG ALE "Frog" 

Printing 

From: Joliet Township High School 

WILLIAM FRESCURA "Willy" 
Pre-Medical 

Activities: Students of Medical Sck 
From: Johet Township High School 
To: Pharmaceutical School 

DONALD W. FRETTY "Hondo" 

Music Education 

Activities: JC Choir, Junior College Swing Band, Choir Ho 

Chairman 1, Tennis Team, Band Manager 1,2 
From: Joliet Township High School 
To: University of Illinois 
Hobbies: Art Work, Jazz Records 

NORMA J. FRONEK "Norm" 

Pre-Education 

Activities: Women's Activity Leagu 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: Northern Illinois University 

Hobbies: Sports, Horse Statuettes 






STEVE FUNSTEN 

From: Joliet Township Hij 

Hobbies: Music 



GALEG. GAINES "G.G." 

Pre-Medical 

Activities: Students of Medical 

Science (Secretary 1) 
From: Joliet Township High School 
To: University of Vancouver, 

British Columbia 
Hobbies: Archery, Skin-diving, 

Hunting 



JOHN E. GARRISON 
Pre-Engineering 
Activities: Engineers' Club 
From: Joliet Catholic High School 
To: University of Illinois 



DENNIS K, GJERDE 



Far . . . Yet Near . . . 





WILLIAM R. HARRIGAN "Happy 

.Stud 
from- Joliet Catholic High School 
To: Lewis College 
Hobbies: Bowling. Basketball 

BARBARA A. HAUCK " H 
Secretarial Tiaming 
Activities: JC Players, JC Ch 
From: Transfer-M 
To: Miami University 
Hobbies: Waterskiing 

LARRY HAWKINSON "Hawk" 
Pre-Dental 

1 Club, Lettermen's 
Sophomore Class President, Student C 
From: Joliet Township High School 
To: University of Illinois 
Hobbies: Hunting 

RAYMOND HAYWOOD "Ray" 

Pre-Education 

From: Joliet Township High School 



NOEL P. HERTZ 

Liberal Arts 

Activities: JC Players 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To- University of Illinois 

Hobbies: Hi-Fi 



WILLIAM R. HIBNER "Bill" 

Pre-Vet 

Activities: Veterans Club (President 2) 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: University of Illinois 



J. JERRY HOFFMAN 
Liberal Arts 
cavities: Lettermen's Club 1-2 



Want A's . . . But 







Student I.E. A, 2, Football Team 










1-2, Baseball Team, Student 




JUDITH HYND "Judy" 






Council (Vice-President 1, Presi- 




Liberal Arts 






dent 2), Stage Manager - One 




Activities: JC Choir. Student I. E. A., 


JAMES D. HILLS "Jim" 




Act Plays 1, Co-Chairman for 


SIDNEY G. HOLDER "Sid" 


Women's Activity League (Secretary) 


Pre-Commerce 




Mixers 1 


Pre-Education 


Boosters' Club, Honor Guard at 


Activities: Lettermen's Club, 




From: Joliet Township High School 


Activities: Lettermen's Club, Golf 


Graduation 1, Spring Formal Queen's 


Associated Business Students 


Foot- 


To: Depauw University 


Team 


Court 1, Pompon Girl 


ball and Tennis Teams 




Awards: Student Rotarian 2, Football 


From: Joliet Township High School 


From: Joliet Township High School 


From: Joliet Township High S 


-hool 


All Conference Honorable Mention 


To: College 


To: Airline Stewardess 


To: Western Michigan Univer 


ity 


2 


Hobbies; Golf, Fishing, Skiing 


Hobbies: Tennis, Golf, Dancing 





MARTIN IV EC 
Electrical Engineering 
Activities: Engineers* Club 
From: Joliet Township High School 
To: Illinois Institute of Technology 



From: Reed Custer High School 

BARBARA A. JOHNSON "Barb" 

Liberal Arts 

Activities: Students of Medical 

Science, JC Players 
From: Joliet Township High School 
To: Whea ton College 
Awards: Adams Award 
Hobbies: Art 




CHARLIE R. JOYCE "Chuck" 

Pre-Engineering 

Activities: JC Players. Engineer 

Club 
From: Forrest High School, Cha 

pel Hill, Term. 
To: University of Illinois 
Hobbies: Sports 



CAROLYN RUTH JURICIC "Carrie" 

Liberal Arts 

Activities: JC Players, Women's 
Activity League, Pompon Girl, 
Lounge and Smoker Committee, 
Boosters' Club, Student Council 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: University of Illinois 

Hobbies: Swimming, Waterskiing 



HELEN M. KADELA "Kadilly" 



JC Players, Press Club 
Francis Academy 




When We're Done? 



JOHN F. KAROLUS 
Pre-Education 
From: Dwight Town 
To: Illinois State Ni 



ALLAN KECK 



Joliet Township High School 



Joliet Catholic High School 
Iniversity of Wisconsin 
s: Adams Award 
ss: Hunting, Fishing, Golf 



GENE R. KLETT 

Agricultural Engineering 

Activities: Engineers' Club, Press Club 
1-2 (Newspaper Sports Editor) Basket- 
ball Team Manager 1-2 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: Univetsity of Illinois 



ards: St, 



nd Na 



al Wii 



4-H Tractor Program, Nai 
Club Congress 
Hobbies: 4-H Club, Sports 



al 4-H 





ROBERT E. KNOTT "Bob" 


CAROLE E. KNUTSON 


FLOYD J. KOKALY "Koke" 


MATTHEW G. KOZUH "Mart" 


Pre-Commerce 


Liberal Arts 


Pre-Engineering 


Business 


Activities: Veterans' Club (Secretary 


Activities: Student I.E.A. 


Activities: Veterans' Club, Letter- 


From: Joliet Township High School 


-Treasurer), Sophomore Class 


From: Joliet Township High School 


men's Club, Engineers' Club 


To: University of Washington 


Vice-Prestdenr, Student Council 


To: University of Illinois 


From: Johet Catholic High School 




(President 2) 


Hobbies: Reading 


To: Purdue University 




From: Joher Township High School 




Hobbies: Golf 




To: Northern Illinois University 








Hobbies: Golf 










Hi 


irry . . . Dot, 



EUGENE F. KRAFT "Gene" 

Pre-Engineering 

Activities: Engineers' Club 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: University of Illinois 

Hobbies: Cars, Sports 



ARTHUR J. KRAUS "Skip" 

Electronics 

Activities: JC Choir 

From: Jolier Township High School 

Hobbies: Hi-Fi 



WILLIAM KRIEGER"Bill" 
General 

From: Joliet Catholic High School 
; College 

DONNA K. KRIZMANIC "D.J." 
Pre-Education 

Acrivities: Student I.E. A., Wome 
Joliet Township High School 
To: Eastern Illinois University 
Hobbies: Golf, Tennis, r 

ROBERT L. KUJAWA 
Business 

Activities: Associated Bi 
Joliet Township H 
To: Florida State College 
Hobbies: Sporrs, Photography 





DEAN RAYNER KWARTA "Cecil" 

General 

From: Joliet Catholic High School 

To: University of Illinois 

Hobbies: Astronomy, Theatre Organ 



[OHN M. LAMBAKIS "Jack" 

Business Administration 

Activities: Associated Business Stu- 
dents (Treasurer), Tennis Team, 
Lettermen's Club, Student Council, 
Social Council, Football Team 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: University of Indiana 



JEANNE L. LAMBERT "Lambie" 

Liberal Arts 

Activities: JC Players, Women's 
Activity League, Press Club. JC 
Choir, Modern Dance Club 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: University of Illinois 

Hobbies: Writing, Dancing 



TED LATZ 

Wild Life Conservation 
Activities: Lettermen's Club (Vice- 
President), Social Council 
From: Joliet Township High School 
To: Michigan State University 
Awards: Football Letters 
Hobbies: Hunting, Fishing 



Waste a Minute 





$&g£i 


LAWRENCE PAUL LERFALD "Larry" 


GLENN LAWLOR 






Business 


Pre-Engineering 




J¥$Trfc&£ 


Activities: Veterans' Club (Vice- 


From: Joliet Towr 


ship H 


,>;'•'. g •> 


President 2, President 1), 






■ / :',-' : ;':'' : ~ 


Boosters' Club, Student Council 
From: Joliet Township High School 






-,^a&3 £■» 


To: Northern Illinois University 
Hobbies: Boating, Skiing, Bowling 






Mlm '•?..-? 










ROBERT C. LEIGHTON "Art" 

Electrical Engineering 

Activities: Veterans' Club, Engineer 

Club 
From: Joliet Township High School 
To: University of Illinois 
Hobbies: Bowling, Golf, Basketball 



MILDRED B. LESTLNA 

Pre-Education 

From: Coal City Township High School 

GARY RAY LICHTENWALTER "Lick" 

Business 

Activities: Associated Business Students 
(President 2), Lettermen's Club, 
Student Council (Vice-President 1), 
Homecoming Mixer Chairman 

: Township High School 



Indii 



I'u 



xsity 



Hobbies: Sports 

JEANNE A. LOZAR 

Pie-Education 

Activities: Women's Activity League, 

Boosters' Club, Ptess Club, Student 

I.E. A. 
From: St Francis Academy 
To: Norrhern Illinois University 
Hobbies: Drawing, Sewing 




MILDRED J. LUKANCIC "Mickey 
Pre-Medical 

Activities: Women's Activity L 
dent 2) 

: Joltet Township High Schoo 
To: University of Illinois 

SALLY ANN MacDONALD "Sal" 
Liberal Arts 

Activities: JC Choir, Women's Act 
tliet Township High School 
Awards: Illinois State Scholarship 
Hobb 

SANDRA L. MACKEY "Sandy" 

Liberal Arts 

Activities: Press Club, Women 

malQ 
From: Joliec Township High School 
Hobbies: Swimming 



WILLARD MAGOSKY 

Pre-Commerce 

From: Joliet Catholic High School 



STEVE MALINOVICH "King" 
Liberal Arts 

From: Joliet Township High Schoo 
To: University of Kansas 
Hobbies: Sports 



Time's Precious 



KENNETH MALY 
Pre-Engineering 
From: Reed Custer High School 



SANDRA L. MANCINI "Sandy- 
Home Economics 

Activities: Women's Activity League 
From: Joliet Township High School 



JAMES M. MAR 

Electronics 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: University of Illinois 



JOSEPH LEE MAREN "Lee" 

Pre-Commerce 

Activities: Associated Business Stude 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: University of Illinois 





HENRY A. MARSHALL "Hank" 

Liberal Arts 

Activities: Lettermen's Club 

From: Willllingion High School 

To: DePauw University 

[lobbies: Hunting, Fishing, Trapping 




What Can We Put in It? 



JAMES W. McCLOUD "MaGoo" 


carol McDonnell 






General 


Liberal Arts 






Activities: JC Players, Students of 


Activities: Women's Activity League, 


DONALD J. McllUGH"Don" 


JOHN W. McLAIN 


Medical Science 


Student I.E. A. (Secretary-Treas- 


Business Administration 


Electrical Engineering 


From: Joliet Township High School 


urer 2) 


Activities: Associated Business 


Activities: Engineers' Club 


To: Brigham Young University 


From: St. Francis Academy 


Students 


1 roin: Joliet Catholic High School 


Hobbies: Horses, Guns, Swimming 


To: College of St. Francis 


From: Joliet Catholic High School 


To: Illinois Institute of Teclinology 




Hobbies: Piano, Swimming, Cooking 


To: Northern Illinois University 


Hobbies: Fishing 






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:. ■■::. v UAI mi-|.-i--i i.l I'ATRk.lA M. MILLER "Rebel" 

IT. -1 duration l're-1 du< ation 

Ai uvitics; H. ' hoit I (Librarian), A, tivitii I tudctii I.E. A. 

As ted Busim •■ Stud. 11 I, I roin I.. In i l,.vir,|iip High Sch< 

iv. i lub (Yearbook). Women's r ; Norlhern 1 s University 

Aetivity League I. Boostei 'i lub Hobbies Swimming, Sewing 

I 

From: Joliei Township High St hool 

ro: Southern Illinois University 

Hobbies: Sewing, Swimming 



HILLY Mt IRSE "Bill" 

I'm -i omin 

I rt Irdlier-! h Wi 

High S. hool 
■ in.' rsity ..I mis 

ll. .M. i, . .. 



WILLIAM A. MUCKLI I? "Bill" 
i lei hi. ..I i ngineering 

Activities: \ i ienius' ' lub, i Hem. 
Club 

I i Joliei township High Si I 

To: University of Illinois 



Forward We Go 



Mil i Nl mi i SKY 



ROBERT M. li Ml 
Liberal Arts 

ll Players, Jl I hoir, Sludi 
I.l . A. 

i r Joliei rownship High Si 1 1 

To: University of Illinois 



WA1 II 1! r. NIEI.S1 :: "Walt" 

, Mill,,,' 

I rom: Augustana Academy, l S. D 

I.,: Iowa State College 
Hobh unting, I ishing 

MARIAN NOR I II 

i re-Ldui ation 

I i. I. in kpon rownship Higl 

li. ALAN I. l-i Mill I'/MAIIM "AI" 
I iberal Arts 

Joliei rownship High Si hool 

Iniversity "I Illinois 

A, livities: fennis I i am 
Hoi i 'in'.:, i ennis 

GEORGI I'. O'BRII N 

.'. Imingi igh Si hool 

I,.: University ..I Illinois 

Hubbies: Bowling 





JAMES F. O'DONNELL 


PATRICIA L. OTIS "Pat" 


Pre-Commerce 


Pre-Education 


Activities: Associated Business 


Activities: Student I.E. A. (Presideni 


Students 


2) 


From: Joliet Township High School 


From: Joliet Township High School 


To: University of Illinois 


To: Northern Illinois University 




Hobbies: Bowling. Reading 



JO ANNE PAINTER "Jo" WILLIAM PALMtR 

Pre-Education Pre-Engineering 

Activities: Women's Activity League From: Joliet Catholic High School 

From: Johet Township High School 

To: Teaching of Stewardess 



To Face . . . Who Knows? 



RAYMOND J. PAVNICA "Ray" 






RICHARD PANICH "Dick" 
Chemistry G 

From: Lockport Township High School F 
To: University of Illinois 



RAY L. PARIS "Pa 



Joliet Township High School 




JOSEPH PATRICK PEROZZ1 "Joe" 

Liberal Arts 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: Teacher 

Hobbies: Sports 

JOE R. PESAVENTO"Pes" 
Physical Education 

Activities: Lettermen's Club, Basket- 
ball Team Captain 
From: Lockport Township High School- 
To: Arizona State College 

PHILIP E. PETERSEN "Pete" 

Pre-Commerce 

Activities: JC Choir, Associated 

Business Students 
From: Joliet Township High School 



Wttk - ' mm 




-.1.1,11 



vity 



Students of Medical Science (Sec 
From: Joliet Township High School 
To: Medical Technology 
Hobbies: Tennis, Bowling, Music 

ROGER G. PRINCE 

General 

From: Jol let Township High School 

ALLAN JOEL PRIVAL "A.J." 

Liberal Arts 

Activities: Press Club 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: University of Illinois 

Hobbies: Fishing, Writing, Beardgr 



LARRY J. RABER 

Pre- Agriculture 

Activities: JC Choir (President 2) 

From: Bristol High School, Bristol, 

Indiana 
To: University of Illinois 



DANIEL G. RACICH "Tiger" 

Pre-Educauon 

Activities: Lettermen's Club, Blazer 

Staff, Student I.E. A. 
From: Joliet Township High School 
To: Illinois State Normal University 



College Days 



CAROL A. RACKHAM 

Pre-Nursing 

Activities: Students of Medical 
Science, Press Club (Co-Editnr 
Blazer 1, Editor Shield 2) 

From: Rochefort American High 
School, Rochefort, France 

To: Wesley Memorial Hospital 

Hobbies: Swimming, Reading 



ROBERT J. RADCLTTE "Moose" 

General 

From: Joliet Township High Schoo 

To: Wheaton College 

Hobbies: Photography, Hi-Fi, 



CHARLES JAMES REEVES "Digger' 



JC Choir (Publicity 
n 2), JC Players, Pr 



n: Transfer - Illin 
niversity 
Worsham College 



JUDITH A. REGIS " Weegie" 

General 

Activities: Women's Activity Leagu, 
Boostets' (Vice-President), Press C 
Student Council, Homecoming Ou 
Court 

From: St. Francis Academy 

To: Northern Illinois University 

Hobbies: Sewing 




JOHN I . RICHARDS 



Township High School 
ty of Illinois 




Are Going . 



SHARON F. RUMCHAK "Shar" 

Liberal Arts 

Activities: JC Choir, Boosters' Club, 
Cheerleader 2, Orchesis, Pompon 
Girl 1, JC Players (Refreshment 
Chairman), Honor Guard at 
Graduation 

From: Lockport Township High 
School 

To: University of 111 

Hobbies: Camping, Sw 



MARINA SAMIOS 

I're-Educauon 

Activities: Women's Activity League, 

Student I.E. A. 
From: Joliet Township High School 
To: Illinois State Normal University 



RICHARD SCHMAHDEKE "Dick" 

Activities: JC Players, Swing Hand 
From: Carl Sandburg High School, 

Palos Park, Illinois 
To: Worsham College of Mortuary 



RICHARD J. SCHMITZ "Dick" 





FREDRIC I. SHOEN "Fred" 

Liberal Arts 

Activities: Student I.E. A. (Vi 

President) 
From: Mazon High School 
To: University of Illinois 
Hobbies: Sports 



MARGARET J. SCHULZ "Maggie" 

Business Retailing 

Activities: Women's Activity League 

Associated Business Students, Press 

Club. JC Players 
From: Joliet Township High School 
To: Washington University 



GARY W. SCHWENKE 

Drafting 

From: Joliet Township High School 

Hobbies: Model Railroading 



BARBARA J. SCHWERHA "Schwai 

Pre-Education 

Activities: JC Players, JC Choir, 

I.E. A. 
From: St. Francis Academy 
To: Teaching 



Time's Precious 



GEORGE D. SCOTT "Scotty" 



JoANN R. SEIL 

Pre-Educ 

Activities: Student I.E. A. 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: Illinois State Normal Univ 



PAUL E. SEABORG 
Mathematics 

iliet Township High School 
To: University of Illinois 
Awards: Football Letters 1-2 





JEROME F. SICINSKI "Jerry" 


JOHN L. SITAR "Snooks" 


DENNIS L. SLUSKI "Slusk" 


TERRY N. SMALL 


Liberal Arts 


Music 


Pre-Dentistry 


Vocational 


Activities: Veterans' Club, Student 


Activities: JC Choir 


Activities: Students of Medical Sci- 


Activities: Vetetans* Club, Student 


Council 2 


From: Joliet Township High School 


ence 


Council 


From: Joliet Township High School 


To: Northern Illinois University 


From: Lockport Township High School 


From: Joliet Township High School 


To: Northern Illinois University 


Hobbies: Music 


To: University of Illinois 


To: Purdue University 



What Have We Put in It? 





DARYL C. SMILEY "Smiles" 

Pre-Commerce 

Activities: Associated Busines: 

Students 
From: Plainfield High School 
To: Northern Illinois Univetsit 
Hobbies: Cars, Sports 





DOUGLAS M. SMITH "Doug" 
Liberal Arts 

Activities: Lettermen's Club 
From: Wilmingron High School 
To: Illinois State Normal University 
Hobbies: Sports 



LARRY F. SOLOMON "Sol" 

Pre-Commerce 

Activities: Associated Business Students 

From: Lockport Township High School 

To: Northern Illinois Universiry 

Hobbies: Stamps, Cars 

DONALD SORENSON "Sorney" 

Pre-Dentistry 

Activities: Students of Medical 

Science 
From: Joliet Township High School 
To: University of Illinois 

JACK C. STARR "Mort" 

Pre-Mortician 

Activities: Students of Medical 

Science 
From: Joliet Township High School 
To: Worsham College of Mortuary 

Science 
Hobbies: Guns, Coin and Stamp 

Collecting 




VERL STOCKDELL 
Pre-Eng 

mcevilleCommunily High School, Prulceville, 111 
LOUIS R. SUKLE "Kelly" 
Elec 
Activities: Letteimen's Club 

Joliet Township High School 
To: Electronics Technician 

ANDREW L. SUL1GOY 
Pte-Engineenng 

Joliet Catholic High School 





JANICE SWINFORD "Jan" 


Psychology 


Geneial 


From: Joliet Township High School 


Activities: Women's Activity LeagL 


To: Kent State College 


From: Joliet Township High School 


Hobbies: Cats 


To: Work 



Hurry, Watch 



JAMES M. TALARICO "Jim" 

Pre-Education 

Activities: Student I. E. A. 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: Northern Illinois University 

Hobbies: Photography, Music 



IRVIN H. TERMUENDE "Moose" 


NOLA C. TOZZI "Toz" 


DALE D. TUCKER "Tommy" 


Pre-Engineering 


Liberal Arts 


Forestry 


Activities: Engineers* Club 


Activities: JC Players, Women's 


From: Wilmington High School 


From: Lockport Township High 


Activity League, Boosters' Club 


To: University of Illinois 


School 


From: Johet Township High School 




To: Valparaiso University 


To: University of Colorado 




Hobbies: Music, Cars 


Hobbies: Ice Skating, Swimming 






LOIS E. TURNER "Beth" 

Students of Medical Sc 
Activity League 
:t Township High School 
Piano, Accordion 

ROBERT L. VAN DYKE "Bob- 
Liberal Arts 

Engineers' Club, 
Club, Tennis Team, Sports Edito 
Blazer, Co-Sports Editor of Shield, 
Publicity Chairman for Fall Fo 
Eve Da 
From: Joliet Township High School 
To: University of Colorado 
Hobbies: Writing, Sports, Cars 




Us . . . Here We Go! 



DONALD E. WANDLESS "Don" 

Pre-Agriculture 

Activities: Baseball Team 

Ftom: Joliet Township High School 



HobbH 



1111.' 



ating, S^ 



;;iy 



PAUL L. WASHAM 

Pre-Commerce 

Activities: Associated Business Stu- 
dents, Distributive Education Club, 
JC Choir 

From: Central High School, Flint, 
Michigan 

To: United States Marine Cotps 



WESLEY L. WIDUP "Rabbit" 
Technical Drafting 
Activities: Engineers' Club 
From: Joliet Catholic High S 
To: University of Dayton 
Hobbies: Photogtaphy, Radit 




mto*i/k 




TRUDY A. WILKEY "Truds" 


Home Economics 


Activities: JC Choir, JCPlayers, Women's 


ool Activity League, Student I.E. A. , 


Choir Robe and Social Chairman 


From: Joliet Township High School 


To: Marriage 


Hobbies: Sewing 


,:-^ 


:■':«■"'' >" 








JAMES A. WINKLER "Jim" 

Liberal Arts 

Activities: Press Club, JC Players 

dent Council 
From: Minooka High School 
To: University of Illinois 
Hobbies: Sports, Hi-Fi 



C. JEANNE WILLIAMS 

Liberal Arts 

Activities: JC Players (Vice- 
President 1-2, Student Director 
1, President 2, Stage Manager 
1) Homecoming Queen's Court , 
Spring Formal Invitations Chair- 
man 1, Mixer Co-Chairman 1, 
Fall Formal Pictures Chairman 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: Valparaiso University 

Awards: Joliet Insurance Agency 
Scholarship 



Students (Student Council 

Representative 2) 
From: Joliet Township High School 
To: Northern Illinois University 
Hobbies: Sports 



DONALD YOUNKER "Don" 

Science 

From: Peotone High School 

To: University of Illinois 

Hobbies: Fishing, Stamps 



DAVID C. ZIECH "Dave" 
Liberal Arts 

From: Joliet Township High School 
To: Northern Illinois University 
Hobbies: Hunting, Sports 




JAMES J. ZLOGAR 

Liberal Arts 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: University of Illinois 

Hobbies: Girls, Jokes 



KAY L. ZUSAG 

Pre-Education 

Activities: Women's Activity Leagut 
(President 2), Boosters Club (Secre 
1), Student I.E. A., Social Counci 

From: Joliet Township High School 

To: Northern Illinois Universiry 



Sophomores Not Pictured: 



KATHARINE BARNES 
LLOYD CARLSON 
JAMES DOWNEY 
JASON FAILING 
JOHN FERGUSON 
WILLIAM FORKAL 
DAVY FRENCH 
JOAN GUTIERREZ 
LEE HEILMAN 
BOB HENDERSON 
DENNIS VAN DUYNE 



MONICA HENRY 
BETTY HIBNER 
PIERRE HOOVER 
JOSEPH JONISH 
WALTER JOHNSTON 
THOMAS KANE 
ED KEELEY 
GEORGE KOCHAN 
DONNA KOUKAS 
JAMES LOFKY 
IRWIN MANN 



JIM MITCHELL 
JAMES O'DONNELL 
JOHN PARIS 
LYN RAYBURN 
EDWARD STEGMAN 
GENE STERRITT 
JOHN TITRE 
MILIVOY TRATENSEK 
RAYMOND SKAGGS 
ROLAND WHALEN 
JEAN UHDE 
DALE ZEIGLER 



Sophomores 




Joan Shepley, Jim Agazzi and Carolyn Cummings leave for the annual 
newspaper conference at MacMurray College. 



Sophomore Jerry Hoffman thinks it's all right to leave JJC in the hands of 
freshmen like Dave Kettwig. 





Carrie Juricic could be telling her 
date it's time to leave for the WAL~ 
sponsored spring dance. 







Those typewriters in the Press Club office are certainly 
handy when it comes time to hand in a term paper. 





These fellows just want a breath of fresh air before go- 
ing to classes. 



^£3$a?V y >> 1 ' -.-.'.* 



It's hard to tell exactly who this is, but 
Jeanne Lambert might be a primary suspect. 



Through these doors pass the people of 
Joliet High School, Joliet Junior Col- 
lege and the community. 





If you need workers to build a float, Lee Maren, Maggie Schulz 
and Doris DeBri are willing. 




Representative Custodial and Cafeteria Staffs 




Messrs. Smith, Anderson, Downey, and Person 



Mrs. Ann Svazich 
Mrs. Kathleen Sweeney 




Mrs. Margaret Carlson 
Mrs. Myrtle Pelkey 



Bror Anderson 
Building Superintendent 



SEMCD 




the last look . . 








This group of fine smiling people may not be the best dressed in town but you can bet they had a roaring good time 
at the Sadie Hawkins dance. 



"Sadie Hawkins" and a 







These healthy males were some of those who participated in 
the beard growing contest to publicize the Sadie Hawkins 
affair. 



Miss Wood doesn't look as if she wants 
to indulge in the "corn likker" be- 
ing offered by one of the students. 





Certainly Margaret Boydston (center) looks as if she is having a wonderful evening at the annual spring dance, and 
she typifies the people who attended that affair. 



"Swing Into Spring" 



Before the second semester had be- 
come firmly established, plans were 
under way by the Social Council and the 
WAL for two of the most enjoyable eve- 
nings JC students were to have. 

The idea of a Sadie Hawkins dance 
was initiated this year by the Social 
Council, and they did it up in fine style. 
A beard-growing contest was run for 
weeks before the dance to see which male 
could produce the funniest and longest 
growth. Patched denim and burlap cos- 
tumes were carefully planned, and when 
the evening of the fun arrived students 
trooped into the Pershing School gym, 
which was decorated with straw bales, to 
square dance and have the time of their 
lives. 

An air of gaiety and relaxation lay 
over the semi-formal affair put on in the 
JT gym by the Women's Activity League. 
An orchestra played, refreshments were 
served, and another delightful evening 
was spent. 



Even the chaperones are enjoying themselves as shown by the 
looks on the faces of Mr. Tyrrell, Miss Lemanski, Miss Smith, 
and Mr. Rexer. 






Narration for "Under Milk Wood" was supplied by 
Charlene Westerwelle and Barney Machaj as the 
First and Second Voices, respectively. These 
people did a fine job of setting the mood and 



JC Players Star in 



Jim Agazzi portrays a bored and 
disgusted Mr. Ogmore in the three - 
act play. 




Hamming seems to come naturally to actors, and 
Jeanne Lambert and Larry Johnson (above) and Mary 
Lou Fletcher and Joan Krohn (below) give a good 
sample of it while on the set of "Under Milk Wood." 



background of Llareggub, the small Welch Village. 
In order to do this they memorized pages and 
pages of lines. 



"Under Milk Wood" 



This year's three -act play, "Under 
Milk Wood" by Dylan Thomsa, directed 
by Mr. Daniel McCarter, was unusual 
and interesting in type and presentation. 
Proclaimed as a play of voices, "Under 
Milk Wood" had over fifty speaking 
parts, but only fifteen people were 
used to portray all of these characters. 
Little scenery, few props, and unique 
lighting were used in the portrayal of 
a day in the life of a Welch town. It 
was an inviting and amusing perform- 
ance, and one the audience will remem- 
ber for a long time. 

Several of the JC players who ap- 
peared in "Under Milkwood" later re- 
ceived Argan awards from the club for 
their fine jobs in dramatics during the 
past two years. 





Both smiles and tears are the surprised reaction of W. A. L. candidate Kay Zusag, as master -of-cermonies Jerry 
Hoffman crowns her queen of the J.J. C. 1960 Spring Formal. Proud escort Dick Adamson, left, assists Jerry. 



. . . an Evening to Remember 






Carol Rowley 
Veterans Club 



Queen Kay Zusag 
Women's Activity League 



Joan Shepley 
Associated Business Club 





Helen Kadela 
J. C. Players 



Carol Rackham 
Press Club 



Sherry Presley 
Students of Medical Science 



Queen Kay, with her court of seven, 
reigned for the evening as J.C. students 
danced away the annual spring formal, 
"Oriental Holiday. " The Sabre Room in 
Palos Park, Illinois, with its exotic decor, 
provided the far -Eastern setting. A new 
tradition was started by having the ballot- 
ing for the spring formal queen take 
place at the dance itself. Lovely por- 
traits of the candidates were displayed to 
aid the voters. 




Marilyn Vonch 
Students of L E. A. 





Alice Foreman 
J.C. Choir 



As the evening of the dance, Friday, May 13, 
draws closer, the tri -general chairmen Fred 
Shoen, Pat Treseder, and Larry Hawkinson are 
kept busy with last-minute details. 




Joe Edmon, Mrs. Edmon, Bob Knott, Mrs. Knott, Don Brown, Mrs. Brown, a group at the head table, anticipate the 
program. 

Mothers Honored at Banquet . . . 



Because the men of JJC wanted to honor 
their mothers, the Student Council planned 
a Mother -Son Banquet, which was held May 
4th in the high school cafeteria. Chairmen 
Bob Knott, Jerry Sicinski, and Don Brown, 
made the necessary plans. The girls of 
JJC did not want to be left out, so they vol- 
unteered to help serve the banquet. Don 
Brown welcomed the mothers and Mrs. Ray 



Lichtenwalter gave the response. Jerry 
Sicinski was the master of ceremonies. 
After a group songfest led by Dean Rowley, 
Joe Edmons gave a reading. An interesting 
travelogue was given by Miss Irma Agazzi, 
guest speaker, about her trip by canoe down 
the Solomon River. After this year's big 
success, the Student Council plans to make 
the banquet an annual event. 




Dennie Sue Batis and Kay Zusag, two of the waitresses, help set Miss Agazzi, guest speaker, tells of her journey 
the tables in preparation for the banquet. down the Solomon River. 



If Music Be the Tongue . 




The audience found it hard to refrain from reacting to the rhythm of the jazz band. 



"If Music Be The Tongue, " this year's spring musical, 
was an experiment by Dr. Dellinger and the choir in 
music entertainment. "Dr. D" and his choir wanted to 
see if they could blend all styles of music into one har- 
monious show, so that everyone could find something to 
suit his taste in music. 

The choir leaders dedicated the show to Miss Vera 
Thalrose, JJC's modern dance instructor, for her devoted 
work in past musicals. The planners divided the show 
into three acts; the first part was entitled "God Speaks, " 
and was acted out in modern dance; the second act, "The 
College Speaks, " starred many of JJC's singers; the third 
act, "And Jazz Talks Too, " featured the college swing 
band. All in all, this year's musical was one to remember. 

The setting of the second act was a cast party in which Jim Reeves was the 
host. 





Baseball f 60' 




FIRST ROW: Jerry Pius, Bill Dill, Matt Kozuh, Jim Scolari, Jim Morrow, Bob Maslan, SECOND ROW: Jim Madsen, 
Don Weber, Gary Wilhelmi, Pat Boland, John Gromos, Bill Emerson. THIRD ROW: Jack O'Brien, Ed Serdar, Frank 
Crothymgr., Ray McCabe, Bob Startz. 




Coach Gil Bell's 1960 Joliet Junior College Baseball squad posted 
a 3-7 over -all record and a 2-5 record in Illinois Junior College 
Conference play. 

Highlite of the season was the no -hitter tossed by freshman Jerry 
Pius. A mid-term transfer student from the University of Illinois, 
Pius fired his no -hitter against Wilson JC of Chicago, but an unearned 
run in the first inning gave the Raiders a 1-0 decision over the 
Wolves. 

Joliet got the only two hits off Wilson pitching. Bill Emerson 
and Jack O'Brien both tagged singles. 

The Wolves opened the season on a sour note, losing to St. 
Procopius College of Lisle, 9-1. Joliet was forced to go against this 
seasoned 4 -year college squad after having only one outside practice 
session. 

Joliet scored its lone run in the third. Emerson led off with a 
double, Gary Wilhelmi walked, and Ray McCabe 's double -play ball 
forced Wilhelmi at second but moved Emerson to third. Bob Startz 
doubled down the left field line, scoring Emerson to avoid a shut- 
out. 



You tell 'em, Coach. 



Baseball f 60 



The season's second game saw the Wolves 
bounce back to defeat the Purdue Extension 
University, 9-4. at No well Park. 

Pius went eight innings and Wilhelmi 
hurled the final frame to insure a victory. 
Bob Maslan and McCabe were the "stick" 
stars of the Purdue game. Each got two 
hits. Purdue worked Joliet's pitchers for six 
hits, while the Wolves lined out seven. 

Game No- 3 saw Joliet run up the biggest 
score of the season as the Purple and White 
drubbed Crane JC of Chicago 28-3. 

Joliet slammed out 20 Hits, while O'Brien 
gave up only four to Crane batters. Hitting 
stars were Emerson, who went four- for- four, 
Maslan, Jim Madsen and Matt Kozuh, who 
each got three hits, along with McCabe and 
Jim Scolari, who swung away for two safeties . 

The next outing saw Joliet out-slug 
Morton JC of Cicero 15-8, but wind up on the 
short end of a 12-11 score. In the slugging 
department, eight of the nine Joliet starters 
hit safely. 

The Wolves were ahead 11-10 going into 
Morton's half of the eighth frame. Bob Smith 
came on to pitch for Joliet. He got the first 
batter on a pop -up but a single to the next 
scored the two runners 
Wilhelmi had walked. 

Next came Pius' no 
hitter, and the following 
Saturday the Wolves in- 
vaded Stateville, coming 
out on the short end of a 
19-0 score. The Wolves 
could scatter only five 
hits with Scolari getting 
two. 

Joliet posted its sec- 
ond IJCC win over Elgin 
by a 14-1 score. Wil- 
helmi fired a three -hit- 
ter, and his teammates 
backed him with 10 hits. 



Joliet's big innings were No. 4 and No. 
5, when eight runs crossed the plate. The 
only innings in which Joliet failed to score 
was the eighth. Elgin picked up its lone run 
in the third. 

Unbeaten Thornton JC of Harvey made 
it 10 straight when the Bulldogs blanked the 
Wolves 7-0 to start the final week of play. 
Joliet got four hits, Thornton got five, but 
seven errors spoiled the Wolves' victory 
hopes. 

Joliet out-hit LaGrange 15-7 but were 
outscored in a 16-10 slugfest. LaGrange 
pushed across six runs in the first and were 
never headed despite three Joliet rallies. 

Wright JC of Chicago spoiled the Wolves' 
season finale, as numerous errors cost 
Joliet a 9-4 conference game. Joliet pushed 
two runs across in the seventh and ninth but 
could not keep pace with the Rams, who rep- 
resented Region 4 in the National JC Baseball 
tournament at Pueblo, Colorado. 

Madsen, whopreppedat Lemont, copped 
the batting title, slamming out nine hits in 
23 trips to the plate for a . 391 slugging. 
One of his nine hits was Joliet's lone home 
run of the '60 season. 




lectures go along with practice. 



J J C Tennis Season 




From Left to Right: Bob Van Dyke, Jon O'Donnell, Jack Lambakis, Donald Fretty, Tony Golobitsh, Bob Korb. 



Jo liet Junior College's 1960 tennis squad, 
after getting off to a slow start, finished the 
season with a 4-4 match-play record and 
tied for first at the Illinois Junior College 
Conference matches. 

The Wolves were headed by sophomores 
Bob Van Dyke, Jack Lambakis and Don Fretty. 
Freshmen squad members were Jon O'Donnell, 
Tony Golobitsh and Bob Korb. 

Joliet dropped three straight dual matches 
before posting a win, and gradually improved 
until the conference meet. 

Lambakis and O'Donnell, playing in the 
No. 1 doubles spot, copped the IJCC title, 
winning four matches at Portage Park in 
Chicago. In their third match or semi- 
finals the Joliet duo disposed of Thornton's 
previously undefeated team that was seeded 
No. 1 in the tournament. 

Counting the points scored in the confer- 
ence meet, the Wolves out -totaled four of the 
six teams entered and tied with LaGrange, 
whose No. 1 singles player took the title. 
This made Joliet's over -all record 8-4-1 for 



the season. 

In the season's opener at LaGrange, Van 
Dyke scored the Wolves' lone point in a 3-1 
defeat by dumping Ed Green 6-3, 3-6, 6-0. 
Wright tipped Joliet 2-1 in the second match, 
with Golobitsh scoring the lone point. 

Lambakis was the only Jolietan to win in 
the first match with St. Procopius College 
as the Wolves tumbled 5-1. In a return 
match with Proco, Joliet won out 4-3. 
Lambakis and O'Donnell took singles wins, 
while Lambakis and Golobitsh, along with 
Van Dyke and Fretty, teamed up to take 
doubles victories. 

Wilson edged Joliet 2-1 on wet courts 
in Chicago, before the Wolves blanked 
Morton 3-0. 

Thornton forfeited its dual match to 
Joliet, and the Wolves closed out the season 
by whitewashing Amundsen 3-0 on the West 
Park courts. 

Director of Athletics, Herm Walser, 
served as a sponsor for the JJC net squad 
since a full-time coach was not hired. 



The Last Days Are Filled 




The volleyball seems a bit undecided as to which way it will go. 








The giant size ball is keeping this group "on its toes. 




Miss Wood gives a humorous description of 
the careers JC students may follow. 



"Remember the time when. . . " was the general thought ot 
the sophomores as they listened to Jerry Hoffman give a 
reminiscent speech. 



with Many Activities . . . 




These JC students are quite eager to see the new yearbooks. 



At the mixer the students were given an opportunity to 
look at all of the pictures taken throughout the year. 



The 1960 SHIELD describes the world of the JC student, and 
the final component is the autographs of friends. 



After studying for exams, students 
welcomed the relaxation of the final 
activities of the year. The yearbook 
mixer, sponsored by the Press Club on 
June 3rd, will become an annual activity. 
This mixer was planned so the yearbooks 
could be distributed while the students 
had an ample opportunity to autograph 
them. Tom Nelson's Orchestra provided 
the music. 

By tradition the freshmen sponsored 
the annual sophomore dinner -dance with 
the freshmen officers as co-chairmen. 
The dinner for sophomores was held in 
the Terrace Room of the Hotel Woodruff 
on June 8th. After the dinner Sonny Law- 
rence's Combo furnished dance music. 

The final all -school activity was the 
picnic held at Inwood Park on June 7th. 
Aside from the food, the big attraction 
was the tug-of-war contest between the 
sophomores and freshmen boys. (The 
sophomores won.) 




Commencement Is the Beginning 




The realization that two years of college are past is uppermost in these students minds as they go to receive their 
diplomas. 

Black caps and gowns. . . honor guides in pastel for- 
mals. . . green grass of Memorial Stadium. . .blue skies 
and silver stars. . . white diplomas. . . these are a few of 
the impressions of the commencement exercise held 
June 10th for one hundred and ninety-two JC sophomores. 

Jerry Hoffman, representing the junior college 
graduates, talked on "Danger of Indifference," which 
challenged the graduates to think. After Supt. Hugh S. 
Bonar made the awards, Mr. Norman A. Keck presented 
the diplomas as Dean Rowley read the names of the 
graduates. 

Two years of college have vanished for these graduates . 
The fleeting impressions are now past experiences, but 
no matter what the graduates may remember of the past, 
the future will continue to have the Forward Look. . . 





Bill Caisley, Mildred Lukancic, David Earls, and JanetSifferd are honored 
scholastically as they receive the Adam Award. 



Jerry Hoffman, chosen to represent the 
Junior College graduates, spoke on the 
"Danger of Indifference, " stressing the 
apathy of everyday living. 




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Robinson 



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