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The Shield 
1961 



Joliet Junior College 
Joliet, Illinois 




Foreword . .^ 



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Each student daily comes in contact with many kinds of 
textures, the smoothness of the glass covering the bulletin 
boards, the pebbly surface of the sidewalk, the crystals of 
the snow, and the swirling grains of wooden desks. 

Various emotions or feelings for the college are associ- 
ated with these textures. Tradition, progress, knowledge, 
romance, and memories are reflections of te x t ur e s with 
which students are acquainted. Each well-known texture 
may symbolize different things to different people. The 
marbled halls with their grooves and cracks caused by years 
of wear may represent tradition to one person or knowledge 
to another. The 1961 SHIELD staff has therefore chosen 
the theme, "Texture," to remind students of the subcon- 
scious symbols which are essential parts of college life. 





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Students find their calendars filled with. . . ACTIVITIES Page 



Groups of students with mutual interests 



Sportsmanship 





compose. . .ORGANIZATIONS Page 26 



and school spirit are important ingredients in. . . ATHLETICS. . . Page 46 



To teach, counsel, and direct are functions of . . , 




ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY 



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Dedication 
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The 1961 SHIELD is a pic- 
torial synopsis of the academic 
and social life at JJC. It is not 
an individual story but the story of 
the student body of over one- 
thousand collegians. Their work, 
their play, their aspirations, and 
their accomplishments are con- 
tained within these pages, and for 
this reason, to them we dedicate 
the 1961 SHIELD. 




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ACTIVITIES 







JJC Sponsors Varied Activities , . . 



Registration. : ........... 

Freshman Orientation Day ...... 

School picnic ........... 

Classes begin .-,...." 

Assembly, "This Is America's Story" 
First Football Game. 



Homecoming Weekend 



"Meet the Freshmen, " Assembly . 
After-game mixer ........ 

Skating party ........... 

Vets' assembly. "Kampus Kapers" 
Fall Formal, "Winter Prelude" . . 
First Basketball Game. . . . . . . 



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JC Players, "Variations" 

Illinois Junior College Conference . . 
Assembly, "Grand Canyon Adventure" 

Christmas Party 

Christmas Vacation . . . . 

New Year's Eve Dance 

JANUAR 

Semester Final Exams . . . 

Ski Trip . . . . . . .... . . . . . , 

Registration * . . . 

Classes begin 



Twirp season 

Sadie Hawkins Dance .- 








Those First Daijs 



Despite the heat, the pressure and the 
many problems involved with regis- 
tration, Dean Rowley remains calm. 

On September 6 and 7, students once 
again invaded the halls of JJC to register for 
fall classes. The enrollment reached an 
all-time high of over 1000 students. Fresh- 
men and transfer students were on hand the 
following day for orientation, during which 
they were introduced to the organizations 
of JJC and were instructed in the procedures 
of the college. Later that day, food, a 
series of laughter- provoking contests and 
getting acquainted made the annual picnic 
at Inwood Park a good beginning for the 
new year. Classes began on the 9th, and 
everyone settled down for a year of aca- 
demic and social activity. 

Hey, those eggs aren't hard -boiled, are 
they? 




"Looks as if enrollment has increased quite a bit over last year's," 
Bill Hibner comments to Larry Hawkinson and Pat Dillon as they wait 
in the sophomore registration line. 



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Eat, drink, and be merry, girls, for tomorrow you may diet! 




Varied 



Promoting school spirit at the pep rally were the 
auxiliary cheerleaders. Nice work girls! 



"Go ! Go ! All the way, one way ! " was the battle cry of the team 
as they repeatedly carried the ball over the goal line for a smash- 
ing triumph over Wilson Junior College. 





LEFT: The spirit of homecoming was formally 
launched by the good food and friendly atmos- 
phere of Friday's mixer. 



activities Comprise Homecoming . 



RIGHT: Hard work and originality 
"Squeeze Out a Victory" for the 
builders of the Business Club's 
float. 



BELOW: A memorable 
weekend was brought to a 
fitting climax by the re- 
union dance sponsored by 
the Class of 1955. 




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Miss Helen Antonini was chosen to reign as the 1960 Homecom- 
ing Queen of JJC. 



PRISCILLA ALDEN 
Engineers' Club 



BONNIE PEARSON 
Business Club 



LINDA CAPISTA 
Lettermen's Club 










PAT MAHONEY 
Vets' Club 



DORIS HERALD 
WAL 



PAT TRESEDER 
Press Club 



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lampa'\qr\ for Candidates . . . 

With the chill winds of October 13, 14, and 15 came the annual Homecoming 
:lebration. Activities began with the girls' football game from which the Vets- 
onsored team emerged victorious over the Lettermen's. Other events of this 
lursday evening were the bonfire, victory cheers, and a mixer. 

Adding to the mounting tension on Friday night was the parade to the stadium 
lich included floats representing JC clubs. The climax of the weekend was the 
:me with Morton at which the Wolves performed their best and brought a victory. 

Concluding the gala weekend was the Homecoming dance, one of the largest 
JC's history. Plans were begun the previous spring by the dance sponsors, the 
.ass of 1 955. Alumni were notified of the date, making the dance a special re- 
lion. The highlight of the dance was the official coronation of the queen and 
esentation of her court. 





CHLOE GOEPPER 
Choir 




ANGIE KREBSBACH 
SMS 



The halls took on a festive look when Homecoming drew near, as the walls 
became more and more crowded with campaign posters for candidates. 



Fleeting Impressions . 




paint 'n' paper 



shining hair 



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'Winter Prelude" Featur 



The tall, lanky Stan Kenton directed the orchestra in playing his distinctive type of music, "artistry in rhythm. " 





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One of the biggest social activities of a JJC year 
is the fall formal. The co-chairmen, Dennie Sue 
Batis and Har Davis began plans early; committees 
were chosen; and, everyone started working to set 
the scene for a "Winter Prelude" and the jazz of Stan 
Kenton's orchestra. 

The stage was finally set on November 25th, and 
when the couples arrived, they walked into a winter 
wonderland of lavender, blue, and white. A snowy 
hillside and a picturesque wooden bridge enhanced 
this fairyland. The tall, lanky Stan Kenton directed 
the orchestra in playing his distinctive type of mu- 
sic, "artistry in rhythm. " The traditional grand 
march was led by the committee chairmen. To sat- 
isfy the jazz enthusiasts, Kenton played "The Big 
Chase" and "The Peanut Vendor, " two modern jazz 
selections. A romantic medley ended the evening, 
and "Winter Prelude" became a series of impressions 
in each person's memory. 





The grand march is a traditional feature of the fall 
formal. 



The nationally acclaimed orchestra leader, 
Stan Kenton, has a vibrant personality. 




Pausing a moment for a friendly greeting at the New Year's Eve dance, 
these JC students reflect the holiday spirit and genial atmosphere of the 
occasion. 




Holiday 




A common sight at the New Year's 
Eve dance was a discarded horn and 
shoes among the confetti. 




Daughters honored their mothers at the 
WAL pre-Christmas tea where special mu- 
sic was provided by the JC Choir. 



Spirit Captures All . . 



Along with Christmas vacation came a gala string of holiday parties 
which kept JC students busy. Foremost of these activities were the two 
all -school -sponsored events, the Christmas mixer and the New Year's Eve 
dance. At the mixer Santa Claus read the letters he had received at the 
North Pole from the JC students. The couples at the New Year's Eve 
dance greeted the year 1961 with laughter, plenty of noise, and good 
cheer. They danced from 9:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m. to the music of Bill 
Carnegie's orchestra. 

A prelude to the Christmas season was the annual WAL Mother-Daugh- 
ter tea. With punch and cookies everyone enjoyed the Yuletide atmos- 
phere. Most of the JC organizations held holiday gatherings to promote 
the Christmas spirit. 





An unexpected visitor at the Christmas 
mixer was jolly old St. Nick, bearing 
candy canes and Christmas wishes. 



The members of Press Club enjoyed a 
comic gift exchange at their Christ- 
mas Party. 



"Twirp" - The WJomcm Is Requested 




Twirp Season began with a "bang" at the skating-mixer 
held at Inwood Ice Rink. This mixer, sponsored by the SMS, 
proved to be one of the biggest and most popular mixers of 
the year. According to the rules of the turn-about the girls 
drove the cars, picked up the fellows, helped them with 
their coats, and paid for the entertainment. 

The Sadie Hawkins dance provided a chance for the 
best-dressed students to shine. Round and square dancing 
kept the "Dogpatch folk" moving at a tremendous pace. 
Apple cider and donuts refreshed the famished "Lil Abners" 
and "Daisy Maes. " 

Prizes at the barn dance were given to the best - dressed 
Daisy Mae and Lil' Abner and for the longest beards and 
most unmanly beard. Winners of these contests were Barb 
Meurer, Dave Warthen, Gary Wilhelmi, and Jim Hancock. 



Proud of her captive of Lil 'Abner, alias Dave War- 
then, was the triumphant Elaine Lasser. 




Stopping to catch their breath were some of the "folk" from "Dos 
patch" - Pat Smith, Gil Jacobs, Meg Bennett, and Bill Wenger. 



Having fun on the ice, at the skating mix- 
er which officially opened Twirp Season, 
were these JC students. 



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Gary Wilhelmi takes a nip from thepoc- Caught eating popcorn with her cider, 
ket flask which he received as a prize was cute freckle-faced Pat Mahoney. 

for growing the longest beard. 




Pert and perky Barb Meurer, shown with her date, Jim Klen, was 
chosen as the best-dressed for Daisy Mae. 



"Concentration is necessary for smoking a 
corn cob pipe, " says Al Kaleta. 





Studq: The Center 



A familiar face to all students, as they race against time, is 
the clock. 




An important step in writing a term 
paper is locating books on the subject. 
Kaye Krohn is checking the card cat- 
alogue for necessary information. 



An important way of getting infor- 
mation to the students is the tri- 
weekly CASUALS. 




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of Student Life . 



A primary asset to the library is its collec- 
tion of current newspapers. 





Daily practice is necessary for the music students at JC. 



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Students Pursue 



Computing an answer with his slide rule is 
John Gregg, a chemistry student. 




One of the diversified activities of the girls physical education department is fencing. Angela Lukancic and 
Martha Sandberg are seen dueling. 



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r\terests 




Participating in a cooking class Renee Slatton, Joyce Speckman, Sally Booth, and Sandy Balog use a 
favorite recipe of the class---fudge. 




As she holds a visual aid for her class, Rita 
Ragsdale emphasizes a point in her speech. 




Mr. Schoenknecht points out interesting characteristics of a monitor 
from Ethiopia to zoology students Mike Kostecki, Phyllis Chalstrom, 
Jim Allen, and Cosmo Misischia. 



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Groups of students wit 



ual interests 



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:ompose . . . ORGANIZATIONS 



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Student Council Co-ordinates 




STANDING BACK ROW: Dave Earls, Pat Boland, Ed Serdar, Don Brown, Jerry Siciniski, John Longman, Harlan 
Davis, Henry Azuma, and John Elwood. SECOND ROW: Larry Kienlen, Jerry Willey, Bob Querio and Miss Wood. 
SEATED FRONT ROW: Lois Legan, Janie Leighton, Diane Samios, Rose Ann Malinovich, Paul Brower, Scott 
Rodeghiero, Terry Williams, Mary Ann Harrison, Doris Hareld, Pat Smith, Bonnie Rydell, and Pat Yentz. 




Pat Mahoney, secretary; 
Don Brown, president; 
Miss Wood, sponsor; and 
John Elwood, vice-presi- 
dent discuss ideas to be 
presented to the Council. 



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School Activities . . . 



This year the Student Council was re- 
sponsible for two very worthwhile additions 
to the school. The first of these was the 
book exchange which provided students 
with a chance to save money on their books 
and to supply money for a scholarship fund 
for JJC students. The second innovation 
was "Twirp Season," held February 10-18. 
The girl-ask-boy season was ended with the 
annual Sadie Hawkins dance. 

Among the council's regular activities 
were the sponsoring of many of the year's 
social events, including Homecoming, the 
fall formal, the Christmas mixer, and sev- 
eral after-game mixers. The group also 
took charge of keeping the smoker and 
lounge neat. For the enjoyment of the 
members, Student Council sponsored a hay- 
rack ride in October. 

To plan for these projects, the Council 
met weekly in the lounge. The Tuesday 
morning meetings included a business ses- 
sion and breakfast. 

Student Council is made up of 10 in- 
district and 3 out-of-district represent- 
atives which are elected by the student 
body, representatives from each of the col- 
lege's organizations, and all of the class 
officers. 




It takes three Student Council members, Jerry Willey, Bob Ouerio, 
and Henry Azuma, to figure out how much to charge Meg Bennett for 
a book, while Jack Tanton waits his turn patiently. 



One of the most important of the Student Council committees is the 
Social Council. This year's group included Pat Smith, Mary Ann 
Harrison, Joyce Speckman, and Peter Maitland. Mr. Bondar was the 
sponsor. 








BACK ROW: Chuck Allen, Dennis Taylor, Jim McGuire, Steve Kochevar, Lou Marello, Rich Byrich, Dave Kett- 
wig, Bob Becker, Bill Laken, Jim Troutman, and Richard Butterbach. FRONT ROW: Mr. Corradetti, Leslie 
Yunker, Fred Baldazzi, Mary Ann Lambakis, Doris Hareld, Janice Whitler, Janet Judnick, Lynn Herbst, Jim 
Benson, and Jim Norris. 

Business Club Members Plan for the Future . . . 




Business Club officers were Dave Kettwig, president; Rich 
Eyrich, treasurer; Jim Troutman, Student Council represent- 
ative; Bill Laken, vice-president; Mary Ann Lambakis, sec- 
retary; and Doris Hareld, first semester Student Council rep- 
resentative. Mr. Corradetti was sponsor. 



Guest speaker, Mr. Posie, discusses his topic 
with Dave Kettwig before the meeting. 



Business students with an eye on the future 
are aware of the advantages of belonging to the 
JJC chapter of Associated Business Students. 
Realizing the value of first-hand information, 
the group presented at its monthly meetings 
men and women from the business world. These 
people spoke to the members about the require- 
ments, opportunities, and advantages of their 
specific fields and conducted informal question- 
and-answer periods following their talks. 

The social calendar of the Business Club in- 
cluded a hayrack ride in the fall, a Christmas 
party, and a spring banquet. The banquet, the 
climax of the year, featured the presentation of 
awards for outstanding scholarship, loyalty, and 
leadership. At this time the president for next 
year was announced. 




Engineers Prepare for Profession . . . 



One of the greatest aids in preparing for a career is first-hand 
information from qualified members of that profession. Realizing 
this, the Engineers' Club brings in engineers from all phases of 
the profession to speak to the group at monthly meetings. Movies 
are also occasionally shown to enlighten the members. 

All students in the engineering curriculum are automatically 
members of the club. Of these, about fifty are active. 

Probably the most memorable event of the year is the annual 
banquet, given during National Engineers Week, by the Joliet 
Chapter of the Illinois Society of Professional Engineers. At this 
banquet, an award is presented to the most outstanding engineer- 
ing student. 

The club also awards special pins to those members with out- 
standing grade averages: a silver pin for 3.2-3.5, and a gold one 
for those averages above 3. 5. 











OFFICERS: Mr. Castle, Sponsor; Francis Koz- 
oman, President; David Earls, Vice-President; 
and George Brunner, Secretary. Mr. Castle is 
sponsor. 



Gil Jacobs and Henry Azuma help Bob Querio with a prob- 
lem in drafting. 



BACK ROW: John Finch, Charles Beck, Francis Kosman, Dave Earls, Henry Azuma, LoranKimsey, Joe 
Zeleznik; FRONT ROW: Mr. Castle, Larry Small, George Brunner, Bob Querio, Ken Fiske, Jim Sykes, 
Rich Way, Ray Brockman. 








One of the most active clubs at JJC is the Veterans' 
Club, which was organized for the purpose of encouraging 
veterans in their adjustment to college life. 

During their years in the service, men learn the value 
of working in a tightly knit group. This is evident in all 
the projects of the Vets' Club, the most important of which 
was the annual variety show and food drive for Joliet 
orphans. 

Besides their regular activities, several times during 
the year the Vets sponsored social activities for their own 
members. 



Vets' Club officers, Fred Rodriguez, vice - president; 
Jerry Sicinski, secretary; Walter Baran, president; and 
Dick Simpson, treasurer, make plans for a party. 



Vets: Sqnonqm for Service . . . 




Jerry Sicinski, Dick Simpson, Marshall Mantia, Jim Roberts, James Joyce, Cosmo Misichia, Frederick Rodriguez, 
Walter Baran, Frank Pierce, and Ron Franzen. 



One of the most successful of the Vets' projects was their 
food drive for Joliet orphans. 



Dr. French addresses the student body at the annual as- 
sembly on Veterans' Day. 




Boosters Support School Activities . . 




BOOSTERS' CLUB OFFICERS: Dawn Hartwig, student council representative; Tom 
Kienlen, president; and Ruth Kenney, secretary-treasurer. 




Members of the Boosters' Club make up the most energetic part of 
the spectators' section at JJC sports events. 



Composed of some of the most energetic 
students around JJC, the Boosters Club has as its 
primary purpose supporting the activities of the 
college. These activities include not only the 
sports events but all social activities. 



Portraying the spirit of the Boosters' Club, 
Sandy Pluth expresses delight as the Wolves 
score another point. 




SM5 Has cm Active Year . 




BACK ROW: Mr. Puddicombe, Donald Bedford, Bob Korb, Dave Gross, Joe Eclmon, John Walsh, Kent Ziech, Ray 
Hoppins, John Gregg, and Bruce Johnston. THIRD ROW: Nancy Morrison, Jane Piper, Pat Yentz, Carolyn Wicks, 
Margie Malone, Joyce Ellena, Bonnie Bitter, Mary Michaels, and Gale Kordewick. SECOND ROW: Mike Quiram, 
Wilda Turnbough, Sue Allison, Pat Menard, Janice Benac, Virginia Comerford, Carolyn Frampton, Bev Koehler, 
Sharon Plantinga, Pat Aeschliman, Judy Hanely, and Chris Platko. FRONT ROW: Angelika Krebsbach, Bonnie Gill- 



more, Carol Wills, Jerry Willey, Alan Sullivan, and Bill Ramsey. 




Besides regular classroom work, there is 
much to be learned about a profession. The 
Students of Medical Science is a club de- 
signed for the purpose of offering students 
some of this knowledge. 

Programs at the monthly meetings fea- 
tured many excellent professional films and 
eminent speakers from the medical field. 
The group toured several hospitals, med- 
ical schools, and other related institutions 
in the area. 

One of the largest clubs in JJC, SMS in- 
cludes all students in any of the medical 
curricula and has over one hundred mem- 
bers. Included in this group are about forty 
nurses from Silver Cross Hospital School of 
Nursing. 



Officers Jerry Willey, second semester treasurer; Pat Aeschliman, first 
semester treasurer; Bonnie Bitter, first semester secretary; Dave Gross, 
president; Bruce Johnston, vice-president; and Janess Nelson, second 
semester secretary, led SMS through two successful semesters. 





BACK ROW: Joe Nichols, Bob Meek, Jack Fenili, Terry Williams, Bill Palmer, Steve Tryon, Larry Johnson, and 
Barney Machaj. THIRD ROW: Jackie Roots, Sally Booth, Louise Van Allen, Barb Aggelopoulos, Deanna Costable, 
Karen Gullicksen, Agnes Novy, and Helen Pezze. SECOND ROW: Maurine Hawes, Lee Vargas, and Pat McMahon. 
FRONT ROW: Carol Koenig, Marsha Stull, Lois Legan, Prill Alden, Sue Baer, June Tomastick, and Jo Baer. 

SEA Members; Educators of Tomorrow . . . 



The Student Education Association is a professional organization 
for students who are preparing for a career in teaching. The local 
chapter, which has an active membership of fifty-eight, provides 
members with opportunities to keep informed about the history, eth- 
ics, and opportunities of the teaching profession. 

These future educators were enlightened by conferences, trips to 
universities, and tours of nearby elementary schools. SEA projects 
included serving "Teachers' Treat" which was a courtesy during Am- 
erican Education Week, ushering for "Back to School" night, and en- 
tertaining high school FTA members. The Christmas party, the tea 
for teachers who participated in the student obfervation program, and 
the annual spring banquet added a social aspect. 

OFFICERS: Barney Machaj, president; Carol Koening, secre- 
tary-treasurer; Lois Legan, Student Council representative; and 
Terry Williams, vice-president. Mrs. Brewer s po n s ored the 
group. 



Barney Machaj entertains SEA members and 
visiting teachers with a reading at a tea hon- 
oring teachers who participated in the Stu- 
dent observation program. 





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Strictly for the girls is the 
Women's Activity League. 
All women students at JJC are 
automatically members of the 
WAL, and of these about 
thirty were active members 
this year. Meetings were 
held monthly, and besides 
regular business sessions, 
programs of special interest 
to the girls, such as talks by 
representatives from the 
various professions and 
travelogues, were featured. 

Outstanding among the 
year's events were the 
Mother- Daughter Tea, the 
annual WAL dance, and the 
Sports Night for JJC women. 



STANDING: Nobbie Campbell, Muffy Merlo, Lois Legan, Lynn Hills, Joyce 
Speckman, Pat McCann, Jane Leighton, Doris Hareld. SEATED: Miss Georgina 
Smith, Diana Samios, Karen Gullicksen, Mary Ann Harrison, Pat Smith, Dawn 
Hartwig, Carol Strappazon. 

W/AL Provides Activities for the Co-Eds 




WAL officers were Pat Smith, president; Lynn Hills, sec- 
retary; Muff Merlo, vice-president; and Carol Strappazon, 
treasurer. Not pictured was Roseanne Malinovich, Student 
Council representative. Sponsors were Miss Georgina 
Smith and Miss Lemanski. 



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Muffy Merlo, Jane Leighton, and Janice Simp- 
son enjoy refreshments after a WAL meeting. 



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New and Unique Discussion Club Is Formed . . . 




Jerry Willey, Jim Kochevar, Scott Rodeghiero, Mark Fracaro, John Elwood, Gary Wilhelmi, and 
Don Brown were members of the original chapter, Alpha. Mr. Birkholz was sponsor. 



Though their club is newly 
formed, members of the Dis- 
cussion Club at ]C may easily 
claim that their club is probably 
one of the most unique clubs at JC. 

The club is divided into sev- 
eral groups or chapters, each com- 
posed of a maximum of twelve 
members. The Discussion Club 
elected no officers except a 
representative to the Student 
Council, and the club holds no 
formal business meetings. The 
purpose of the club is to enable 
members to gain knowledge 
through discussion. Because the 
club has no projects and did not 
enter into competition with other 
organizations, members were able 
to spend their entire meetings 
discussing pre -decided topics. 




A note of lightness enters a discussion of school problems by Pat Smith, Pat 
Mahoney, Gary Wilhelmi, and Larry Keinlen. 



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BACK ROW: Mrs. Ann Frick, Barney Machaj, Tom Troughton, Wayne Johnson, Dave Hurst, Joe Edmon, Jack Tan- 
ton, Jerry Walker, PatBoland, Jerry Lundeen, and Curt Caldwell. SECOND ROW: Lee Vargas, PatZebell, Lois 
Hemphill, Georgine Shaffer, Jerrilyn McKinney, Sally Farsnworth, Sandy Pluth, Clementine Coleman, JoAnn Fel- 
biner, and Pat Treseder. FRONT ROW: Linda Garcia, Pat Smith, Diane McGuire, Jean Passas, Ruth Govostis, Betty 
Anderson, Mary Ann Becker, and Judy Knutson. 



JC Journalists, the Press Club Members, 




Mrs. Ann Frick, Press Club sponsor, and second semes- 
ter Press Club officers, Jerry Lundeen, president; Sally 
Farnsworth, secretary; Pat Treseder, Student Council 
representative; and Ron Hughes, vice-president, gather 
just before a meeting. 



Barney Machaj gives the SPECTATOReditor this 
week's copy of "The Wolf Call. " 



"BLAZER assignments due today. " "Yearbook work- 
shop, October 1st. " So reads the bulletin board in the 
Press Club office. Not only is the Press Club the oldest 
organization at JJC, it is one of the most important. 
Certainly this group is the busiest, having as its major 
goals the publication of the BLAZER, SHIELD, COLLEGE 
CASUALS, and "The Wolf Call. " 

At the weekly meetings, the fifty members of the 
Press Club conducted regular business meetings and were 
frequently informed and entertained by speakers and 
movies regarding various phases of journalism. 

Relaxation for Press Club members came through at- 
tending yearbook and newspaper conferences, building a 
float during Homecoming, and attending a party during 
the holidays. 



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Jerry Lundeen, Joe Edmon, and Jerry Walker work 
together to get the Press Club float done for 
Homecoming. 



Hard-working chiefs for this year's publications were Pat 
Treseder, editor-in-chief of the SHIELD, Pat Boland, and 
Ron Hughes, co-editors of the BLAZER. 



Turn Out School Publications . . . 



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Combining work and pleasure are the SHIELD section-editors, Carol Koe- 
nig, faculty; Pat Smith, assistant editor; Jack Tanton, freshmen; Joe Ed- 
mon, Index; Joan Krohn, sophomores; Rita Ragsdale, st ud e nt activities; 
Wayne Johnson, sports; and Meg Bennett, organizations. Not pictured are 
Pam Gray, activities, and Jerry Lundeen, business manager. 




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This year the Swing band gained a 
badly needed practice room. The 
room, which was completed in De- 
cember, is equipped with the latest 
facilities and was planned for college 
use only. 

Approximately twenty members 
meet twice weekly for regular prac- 
tice sessions. Their main projects 
were carried out in the spring. In 
March the group went on tour to sev- 
eral of the high schools in the 
Joliet area for the purpose of en- 
couraging students to attend JJC. 
Swing Band also participated in the 
annual spring musical, held March 18 
and 19. 



Caught discussing a musical score are Don Martin, student leader; "Doc" 
Dellinger, director; and Rich Eyrich, librarian. 




Swing Band Moves to New/ Room 



BACK ROW: Louis Darin, Tom Kienlen, Alma Lauffer, Rich Eyrich, Al Meyer. THIRD ROW: Larry Covili, Jerry 
Hood, Allen Yavorn. SECOND ROW: Bill Wenger, Dorian Riggen, Richard Hammond, Dick Wright. FRONT ROW: 
Bob Bato, Bob Clink, Don Martin, Terry Guidetti, Bernard Pollock, Paul Fisher. 




BACK ROW: Dave Hennessey, Bob Kerr, Don Gould, Bob Homerding, Gary Wilhelmi, Ed Serdar, Bill Laken, Tom 
Troughton, Art Gonzales, Bill Darin. SECOND ROW: Gil Bell, Sponsor; Don Weber, Ron Hughes, Jerry Pius, Tom 
House, Bill Sparlin, Dave Kettwig, Rich Dombrowski, Larry Matheison, George Scott. FRONT: Mike Koerner, Bob 
Hartell, Frank Crotty, Ed Lennert, Don Boykin. 

Lettermen Encourage Sports Participation . . . 



The team is, of course, the most important part of 
any sport. The best members of all the teams of JJC 
constitute the Letterman's club. The purpose of the or- 
ganization is to encourage JC men to participate in 
sports. One of the ways the club does this is by provid- 
ing recognition to outstanding players. Membership in 

OFFICERS: Frank Crotty, secretary-treasurer; Gary 
Wilhelmi, vice-president; and Bill Sparlin, 
president. 




the club, as well as the awarding of letters and jackets, 
is based on this idea. Highlighting the year is the pre- 
sentation of awards to the most valuable player, the 
most valuable athlete, and the athlete-of-year, 
awards which are based on participation, scholarship, and 
leadership. 

Mr. French presents jackets to deserving members, 
Bob Hartell and Don Boykin. 




Choir Members Find 




BACK ROW: Jerry Whitmer, Dave Hurst, Bill Wenger, Dale Imig, Ted Simpson, Dave Roth, Tom Peterson, and Jim 
Nelson. SECOND ROW: Margaret Boydston, Stella Holmes, Julie Walker, Kaye Krohn, Jeanne Passas, Mark Frac- 
aro, Terry Garrett, and Everett Brannberg. FRONT ROW: Dr. Dellinger, director; Penny Howk, Prudence Rowe, Di- 
ana Buck, Karen Anderson, Janet Judnick, Karen Gullicksen, Marilyn Vidmar, and Alma Lauffer. 




Jon Pohl, party chairman; Dave Hurst, publicity; Ted Simpson, 
sergeant at arms; Janet Williamson, librarian; and Ken Lawson, 
robe chairman, took charge of many behind-the-scenes jobs for 
the choir. 



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Measure in Making Music . . . 




BACK ROW: Llewellyn Davies, Bob Clink, Paul Fisher, Al Meyers, Dick Hammond, Bernard Pollock, Bob Nichols, 
and Dick Wright. SECOND ROW: Ken Lawson, Dave Gross, Janis Simpson, Jodeanne Pfeiffer, Nancy Klett, Joyce 
Speckman, Carol Turner, and June Tomastick. FRONT ROW: Debby Houseknecht, Sandra Tunell, Margie Startz, 
Linda Brannberg, Mary Ann Becker, Betty Anderson, Janet Williamson, Lee Vargas, and Barney Machaj. 



Some of the earliest risers around JC 
were the choir members who met three 
times weekly at 8:00 a. m. Results of these 
early-morning practice sessions were seen 
at the choir's several public performances. 
The choir presented a program for theWAL 
Christmas tea, sang for local organizations, 
and during the holidays caroled at local 
hospitals and nursing homes. In the spring, 
the choir cooperated with the swing band 
in the annual tour to area high schools. 
Choir and swing band again combined ef- 
forts in presenting the memorable Junior 
College Spring Musical. 

STANDING: Terry Garrett, president; Bar- 
ney Machaj, student manager; John Long- 
man, Student Council representative; and 
Bob Nichols, vice-president. SEATED: June 
Tomastick, treasurer; and Chloe Goepper, 
secretary. Choir officers co-ordinated the 
group's activities. 




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JC Plaqers Present 



JC Players officers this year were Larry Johnson, treasurer; 
Jeannette Pinnick, secretary; Mark Fracaro, culture direc- 
tor; and Joan Krohn, president. Mr. McCarter is the spon- 
sor. Not pictured are Bob Korb. vice-president and Char- 
lene Westerwelle, student council representative. 



Even more fun than watching a play is being in 
one. Such is the philosophy of the JC Players. This 
group has as its purpose appreciation of and partici- 
pation in the theatre in all its phases. 

The Players produce several plays each year. This 
year the group also attended a n u m b e r of theatrical 
productions, including the stage play, "Mid-Summer 
Night's Dream. " 

Well worth remembering were the cast parties and 
the monthly meetings, at which special programs 
were given. 



BACK ROW: Jackie Roots, Larry Johnson, Priscilla Alden, Bill Engle, Pat McMahon, June Tomastick. Terry Wil- 
liams, Marlene Chovan, Wally Stubler, Marsha Stull. SECOND ROW: Roland Whalen, Jack Alexander, Mr. McCar- 
ter, Barb Aggelopoulos, Debbie Houseknecht. FIRST ROW: Mark Fracaro, Bob Korb, Joyce Speckman.Bob Nichols, 
Joan Krohn, Kay Shepley, Pat Shearin, Jeanine Hickman. 




Variations" 



The ]C Players annual trio of one- 
act plays was presented on December 
first and second. The evening's enter- 
tainment gave evidence of weeks of 
hard work by the Players. This year's 
trio was titled "Variations," and ranged 
from straight comedy to tense drama. 

In "Dark of the Moon, " the Play- 
ers, directed by Joan Krohn, skillfully 
created the mythical and legendary at- 
mosphere that surrounds the lives of 
the mountain people of the South. 

A feeling of rollicking good hu- 
mor pervaded the auditorium as the 
"Ugly Duckling" was presented. Di- 
rector Bob Korb guided the cast in the 
satirical comedy based on deception 
in a king's court. 

Concluding the evening was a 
morality play, "The Slave With Two 
Faces," based on the fates and trials 
of life. 

The audience, which was seated 
in a horseshoe around the actors, 
agreed that the performance was a 
credit to the TC Players. 




DARK OF THE MOON 




THE UGLY DUCKLING 



Directors Terry Williams and Joan Krohn, a 
ant director, Marsha Stull and club sponsor 
McCarter strike a dramatic pose. 



ssist- 

, Mr. 



SLAVE WITH TWO FACES 





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Sf»rtsm«nship dftol school spirit are important 





ngredients in . . . ATHLETICS 



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Teamwork . . . the Keifu/ord for the 







Team effort from start to finish --that was the 1960 
JJC football story as Coach Gil Bell's gridmen wound up 
with a successful 5-3 season. 

While the offensive corps, led by backs John Dinof- 
fri and Nate Whitmore, ground out 154 points, the 
Wolves' equally adept defense held the enemy scoreless 
in four of the five Joliet victories. The season highlight 
was a 49-0 homecoming conquest of Morton JC. 

Dinoffri was the team's No. 1 rusher with 496 yards 
in 106 carries for a 4. 7 average, while Whitmore racked 
up 305 yards in 71 attempts. The two tied for scoring 
leadership with 32 points. 

Jack McDonald, Jerry Morris, Dinoffri, and Whitmore 
were named to the Illinois Junior College A 1 1 -Confer- 
ence first team. Seven other Wolves were second team 
selections or received honorable mention. Dinoffri, Mor- 
ris, and Ed Matesevac placed on the Wigman - Wisemen 
All-America squad. 



Coaches Gil Bell and George Fahrenholz discuss strategy 
for the next game. 



BACK ROW: Bob Kerr, Rich Sterioti, Ed Matesevac, Larry Matisen, John Longman, Bob Drancik, Don Brown, Paul 
Whitmore, Bill Darin, John Lapikas. THIRD ROW: John Gregg, Mgr. , Jerry Sykes, John McDonald, Ron Hughes, 
Tom House, Mike Koerner, Don Gould, Howard Brandon, Ed Lennert, Andy Jorgensen, Bill Frescura. SECOND ROW: 
Jerry Morris, Bob Homerding, Bob Hartell, Jerry Pius, George Scott, Richard Dombrowski, Don Boykin, John Alex- 
ander, Jim Mance, John Dinoffri. FRONT ROW: Frank Crotty, Mgr., Bob Bato, Jim Meyer, Rich Carlson, David 
Hennessey, Randy Leifheit, Jim Worthen, Terry Bucciarelli, Fred Jorgensen, Fraser Young, Mgr. 








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1960 Gridders . 




Various attitudes are reflected on the faces of the teammates as they 
watch the action on the field. 



While the Wolves wrangle on the 
field, John Gregg manages the be- 
hind-the-scenes actions. 




The team grinds up the grid for additional yardage. 



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North Central "B" 



LaSalle-Peru-Oglesby 



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Wolves . . . Champs in Region Four 





A year to remember- -this was the 1960-61 JJC bas- 
ketball season. 

Living up to the tradition established in A. A. "Fizz" 
Wills' twenty-seven years as coach, the hardcourt aces 
compiled a fine 23-7 overall record. Included among 
their accomplishments were a tie for the Illinois Junior 
College Conference title, the Region Four JC Champ- 
ionship, and a trip to Hutchinson, Kansas, for the na- 
tional finals. 

The Wolves topped 100 points on twelve separate 
occasions, and achieved distinction as the nation's No. 
1 scoring unit. Running up a 19-3 record in regular sea- 
son junior college play, Joliet closed with an overall 
93.5 points-per-game average. 



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front to rear: Don Boykin, Art Gonzales, Larry Mathisen, Ed Edson, Denny Wilhelmi. Center row 
Bill Sparlin, Jim Garrison, Ken Winterbottom, Right column, front to rear: Tom Laken, Jerry Wid- 
Laken, Tom Donahoe, and Vic Kapetanovic. 



Tourneij 



Off to a nine-game winning streak at the begin- 
ning of the campaign, JJC survived a midseason 
slump and sailed into the home stretch on the wings 
of a seven-game streak. The Wolves captured the 
Region Four title by thumping Amundsen 102-48 in 
the opening round, then by taking a forfeit win over 
snowbound Concordia, Wisconsin, and finally by 
beating Wright 119-97 in the title clash. But the 
Wolves tumbled to Young Harris, Georgia, in the 
first round of the national finals and were knocked 
out of the tourney by host Hutchinson. 




Jim Garrison (34) and Denny Wilhelmi (54) wait to get 
the tip. 



Trainer Vince Catarello keeps the team in top physical condition. 




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Nations Top JC 



1960-61 RECORD 








JJC 


Opp. 


Purdue Extension 


104 


53 


LaGrange 


124 


88 


Bloom 


109 


51 


Wheaton "B" 


85 


72 


Morton 


117 


G7 


North Central "B" 


99 


65 


Schimer 


115 


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Wilson 


82 


79 


Erie Tech 


94 


69 


Broome Tech 


72 


102 


Moline 


95 


67 


Wheaton "B" 


104 


62 


Crane 


72 


76 


North Central "B" 


61 


73 


Elgin 


119 


60 


Chanute Air Force Base 


83 


84 


Bloom 


94 


81 


LaSalle-Peru 


109 


74 


Lincoln 


64 


51 


Thornton 


89 


62 


Wright 


101 


98 


Amundsen 


84 


53 


Purdue Extension 


103 


88 


Chanute Air Force Base 


80 


85 


Amundsen 


102 


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Wright 


119 


97 


Wilson 


94 


89 


Young Harris, Ga. 


78 


96 


Hutchinson, Kans. 


67 


88 



Team ir\ Scoring 




Pass the ball to Tom, Ed! He's all alone under the basket! 



That's two more points for Jim Garrison. 




Dennis Wilhelmi grabs in another rebound. 



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Individual Effort 




Throughout the season, Bill Sparlin was the team spark 
plug. He finished with 575 points, a 19. 8 average, and a. 470 
shooting percentage, hitting a high of 39 points against Wright. 
Selected most valuable player by his teammates, Bill's drib- 
bling exhibitions and his ability to connect from 20 feet out 
proved a great source of pleasure for the fans. 

Ed Edson and Dennis Wilhelmi, the six-foot- four "gold dust 
twins" of the Wolves, averaged 16.6 and 13.6 points per game, 
respectively. Their rebounding talents and scoring potential 
plagued many an opponent. Defensive ace Jim Garrison and all 
round player Jerry Widlowski finished with averages of 12. 8 and 
13.6. 

Though completing his eligibility at midyear, Davey 
French made an invaluable contribution to the Wolves' success. 
He averaged 10. 7 for 15 games and swept backboards all over 
northern Illinois. 



Bill Sparlin was voted most valuable player 
by his teammates. 





Jerry Widlowski was a starting regular 
for two seasons. 



Ed Edson was the only freshman 
starter on the squad. 



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Sparks Team . . . 




The team lost a valuable player when Dave 
French graduated in January. 





Coach Wills shows concern over the play of 
the team. 



Dennis Wilhelmi provided rebounding 
strength for the team. 




Jim Garrison was defensive ace 
on the squad. 



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Golf Team Gains Second \r\ Conference 




Capping a successful season, JJC's six- 
man golf team took second place in the 
Northern Illinois JuCo Le a g ue meet at 
White Pines course at Bensonville. 

Bob Kegley paced the Linksmen to their 
runner-up total of 324 with a 78, followed 
by Jerry Widlowski at 81; Gary Wigell, 82; 
and Brian Conrad, 83. Frank Trizna shot 
86, but only the four highest scores counted 
in the total. Dave Kettwig was also a 
member of the squad. 

Playing at White Pines, Timber Trails 
in LaGrange, and at Woodruff, Joliet ran 
up a 5-3 won-lost record. Other members 
of the league were LaGrange, Thornton, 
Lyons, and Wright of Chicago. 



BOTTOM TO TOP: Bob Kegley, Dave Kettwig, 
Frank Trizna, Gary Wigell, and Jerry Widlowski. 



This is Coach Marshall Erickson's first year 
with the golf team. 




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These vivacious girls, Pat Mahoney, Jo Ann Martin, Judy Rakoski, Joyce Speckman, Paula Ross, and Dawn Hartwig, 
combine their efforts to encourage school spirit. 

Cheerleaders Encourage School Spirit . . . 




Supplements to this year's cheerleaders' 
squad were Larry Kienlen, Tom Kienlen, 
and Paul Brower. 



Through rain or shine, victory or defeat. . . whatever the outcome, 
the cheerleaders remained the most enthusiastic supporters of JJC's ath- 
letic teams throughout the 1960-61 season. These vivacious girls and 
strong-lunged boys were constantly rallying the team along with such 
cries as "J-J-Jol, I-I-Iet", "You gotta F-I-G-H-T', or just plain 
"C'mon Wolves, let's go. " Was their effervescence diminished that 
frigid night they yelled encouragement in front of half-empty foot- 
ball stands? Were they deeply disappointed by that last -second, one 
point basketball defeat cancelling 40 minutes of supreme effort? The 
answer in both cases is, of course, yes. But you can bet that these 
living examples of school spirit, if given the chance, wouldn't have 
traded places with anyone else in the world. 

A striking example of enthusiasm is the captain of the cheer- 
leaders squad, Dawn Hartwig. 




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Teach, counsel, and direct are functions 



60 




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:>f the . . . ADMINISTRATION AND FACULTY 




An Able Administration Guides Our 




DR. WILLIAM C. FRENCH 



A friendly smile and warm greeting await those who 
meet Dr. William C. French, the new superintendent of 
the Joliet Township High School and Junior College. 

A native of Kansas, Dr. French, who is married and 
the father of four children, received his Bachelor of Arts 
degree at Pomona College in Pomona, California. He 
continued his education at Teachers College, Columbia 
University, in New York, where he obtained his Master's 
and Doctor of Education degrees. 

Prior to his arrival in Joliet, he served as an admin- 
istration assistant at the Evanston Township High School, 
principal of the Moline Community High School and 
Junior College, and principal of Syosset High School in 
New York. He has taught at Evanston Township High 
School and Rye High School in New York. 

With the belief that a family should participate in 
activities together, Dr. French and his fa m i 1 y e n jo y 
swimming, skiing, and vacationing. 

The Board of Education, which is composed ofseven 
members, tackles such problems as setting salaries, se- 
lecting teachers, appropriating funds, proposing tax ref- 
erendums, and any other matters dealing directly with 
the school. In order to best take care of the business of 
the school, the board meets every month. Special meet- 
ings and study sessions are also held for investigating the 
major problems. 



BOARD OF EDUCATION: BACK ROW: Norman J. Keck, president; William Grinton; Robert M. Geist, Jr., vice- 
president; Dr. E. Charles Cohenour; Dr. William C. French. FRONT ROW: George P. Hankinson, business mana- 
ger; John C. Kingsbury; Mrs. Verna Carey, secretary; W. Howard Lloyd; R. Wayne Webber. 




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Destinif 



Helping students work 
out their problems and 
organizing school activi- 
ties are the main respon- 
sibilities of Dean Elmer 
W. Rowley. 

Available to students 
for help, guidance, or 
just to lend an attentive 
ear, he is always willing 
to speak at pep rallies 
and likes to participate 
in the J. C. extra-curri- 
cular activities. 

A native of the Lock- 
port -Homer area, the 
Dean and his wife have 
five children, a son and 
four daughters. 

Dean Rowley can usu- 
ally be found in the midst 
of a group of young peo- 
ple sharing their enthus- 
iasm, laughing at a good 
joke while enjoying his 
pipe or cigar, and top- 
ping it off with a hearty 
smile. 




DEAN ELMER W. ROWLEY 



Assistant Deans, Advisers Are a Vital 





JOHN CORRADETTI 
Pre-Commerce 



HAL DELLINGER 

Fine Arts 

Pre-Education 



SUSAN H. WOOD 
Assistant Dean 



JOHN H. FRENCH 
Assistant to the Dean 




A warm-hearted smile, a friendly word, and a helping hand, these 
and many other qualities are possessed by Miss Susan Wood. Despite 
her hectic schedule as assistant dean, she remains calm and smiling. 
Her numerous and varied duties include approving work scholarships, 
answering telephone calls, writing and answering letters, and coun- 
seling, or just talking to students. Favorite pastimes of Miss Wood 
are traveling, playing bridge, and reading. 

The former superintendent of the Beecher Community Unit Dis- 
trict, Mr. John French, came to JJC this past September to serve as 
assistant to the dean. After serving only six months in this position, 
he was named by the school board as the new general and assistant 
superintendent of the junior college and high school. Mr. French, who 
is a native of Potomac, Illinois, has been prominent in various edu- 
cational studies on both a state and national level; also he has been 
active in several educational organizations. Around JJC, Mr. French 
has proven himself a welcome and able administrator, as is evident 
by his speedy advancement. 

Regular meetings with the dean and assistant dean are attended by 
the college advisers to keep abreast of the latest developments in the 
college. Besides counseling the JC students in selecting the best 
courses for their futures, the advisers also teach their respective 
classes. 



Link to Education 




GEORGINA SMITH 

Pre-Education 
Home Economics 




HENRY SIMPSON 

Liberal Arts 

Pre- Legal 

Pre- Journalism 




STEVE LENICH 
Industrial Training 




E. C. PUDDICOMBE 
Medical Sciences 



PAUL JOHNSON 
General 




LOLA EMERY 

Two-Year Business 

Pre-Commerce 




DONALD GREEN 
Engineering 



DONALD ESWORTHY 
Engineering 



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Applied Aits . 




GEORGINA SMITH 
Home Economics 
Eureka College 
University of Illinois 



LEOKA E. BROWN 
Home Economics 
University of Illinois 





MAX KUSTER 
Chairman, Agriculture 
University of Illinois 



From the Seed to the Table . 




The child development course is an important phase of home economics. These "mother's 
little helpers" are busily stirring up an original concoction. 




DORIS L. BONAR 
Chairman, Home Economics 
University of Illinois 



NANCY NEWMAN 
Home Economis 
University of Wisconsin 




00 



Fine Arts . 




PETER LABELLA 

Music 

Eastman School of Music 

University of Rochester 




MARCIE M. LONG 

Art 

Iowa State Teachers 

College 
University of Wyoming 




BRUCE HOUSEKNECHT 
Chairman, Music 
Pennsylvania State 

University 
Eastman School of Music 
University of Rochester 




HAL D. DELLINGER 

Music 

University of Kansas 

Teachers College, 

Columbia University 



EARL KURTZ 

Art 

University of Wisconsin 




The Fine Arts Have Charms . . 




Under the supervision of Miss Long, the boys begin their drawings of Pat Smith, who poses 
for their art session. 



Biological Science . . . 




EVERETT NELSEN 

Zoology 

University of Wisconsin 

WILLIAM HUGHES 

Botany 

Evansville College 

Indiana University 

Ohio State University 

EDMUND PUDDICOMBE 

Physiology 

Northwestern University 

of Illinois 
University of Chicago 



Practical Learning 




CHARLES A. 
SCHOENKNECHT 
Chairman, Zoology 
University of Michigan 



Geological 
Science . . . 



Mr. Nelsen and Ken Bromberek listen as Mary 
Ann Lambakis describes the anatomy of the 
frog. 



Always willing to lend a helping 
hand, Mr. Leatsier develops pic- 
tures for the yearbook staff. 



GEORGE WELLS 
Chairman, Geology 
University of Southern 

Illinois 
University of Illinois 



IRMA A. BU&LL 
Georgraphy 
University of Illinois 
University of Chicago 



RUSSELL O. UTGARD 

Geology 

Wisconsin State College 

University of Wisconsin 



MAYNARD LEATSLER 
Chairman, Photography 
University of Iowa 




Business Education 




WILLIAM W. KAHLE 
Office Occupations 
University of Illinois 
Northern Illinois University 
BEATRICE LANE 
Business Education 
University of Illinois 
JOHN CORRADETTI 
Accounting 
Illinois State Normal 

University 
Northwestern University 



Put to Use . . 



NOT PICTURED: 
JUNE CHAPIN 
Business Education 
Western Michigan University 
University of Denver 



~-$JXT* 





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



ZOLLIE W. HALL 
Salesmanship, Retailing 
Eastern Illinois University 



ELIZABETH DELLINGER 
Business Education 
University of Kansas 



DORTHE HUDZIETZ 
Chairman, Business 
Texas State College 
Northwestern University 





ELMER J. JAMNIK 

Marketing 

Eastern Illinois University 



LOLA A. EMERY 

Accounting 

Illinois State Normal 

University 
University of Chicago 



Helping with extra curricular activities is part of many 
teachers' schedules. Mr. Corradetti takes tickets at 
many games. 



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Chemistry- Phifsics 




LEROY E. MECAY 
Chemistry 
Lincoln College 
University of Illinois 
University of Missouri 
C. M. EGGMAN 
Chemistry 
Indiana University 
MELVIN J. LARSON 
Chairman, Chemistry 
Concordia College 
University of Chicago 



GLENN C. YOUNG 
Chemistry, Microbiology 
Oklahoma State University 
Illinois State Normal 
University 




ROBERT L. PRICE 
Chairman, Physics 
Hamline University 
University of California 



^^^n**^'- 



U/e Prepare Now 




LEONARD M. ONSGARD 

Physics 

St. Olaf College 

University of Wisconsin 

Always eager for knowledge, 
Sally Booth and Larry Hawkin- 
son listen attentively as Mr. 
Larson explains the function 
of the reflux consenser. 




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Education, Psuchologu,, Library 




GRACE A. BREWER 
Director of Testing, 
Psychology, Education 
DePaul University 
Northwestern 



Helping a prospective stu- 
dent register for night 
school is Mr. Tompkins, 
director of the Adult 
Education Division. 




WILLIAM G. CHASE 
Psychology 
Illinois State Normal 
University 



EMELY M, PETERSEN 
Special Education 
University of Southern 
California 






LEWIS M. ROBINSON 
Education 
University of Illinois 



For the Future 



Popular Bennett Cerf was the featured speaker at the 
Northeastern Illinois Education Association meeting in 
Joliet. 




v-~" 



LOTTIE M. SKIDMORE 
Chairman, Library 
Ottawa University 
University of Illinois 




GEORGE A. FOX 
College Library 
Knox College 
University of Illinois 



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English 




PALMER C. HOLT 

English 

Guilford College 

East Carolina Teachers 

College 
University of Chicago 




LOUISE C. LONGMAN 
English 

Monmouth College 
University of Illinois 



BEN F. DAY 

English 

Eastern Illinois University 




DANIEL S. McCARTER 

Speech 

Johns Hopkins University 

Catholic University 



George Peabody 

Better Communication Through 




CATHERINE WOOD 

Speech 

Illinois Wesleyan University 

Northwestern University 

WILLIAM W. JOHNSON 

Speech 

Northwestern University 




ROBERT P. BURK 
Literature, English 
New Mexico Western 

College 
PAUL O. JOHNSON 
Speech, English 
Gustavus Adolphus 

College 
University of Wisconsin 
MARION P. McANALLY 
English 
University of Illinois 



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CATHERINE ADLER 
Chairman, English 
St. Mary's College 
University of Chicago 



BYRON CHRISMAN 

English 

Bradley University 

University of Illinois 



ROBERT MALLARY 

Speech 

University of Illinois 



English . . . 



VERA C. SMITH 

English 

University of Chicago 

Northwestern University 




MARY THACKABERRY 

English 

University of Illinois 




JACOB D. POTTGEN 

English 

Eastern Illinois University 

University of Illinois 




DAVID V. ERICKSON 

English 

University of Illinois 



Always ready to be of assist- 
ance, Mrs. Smith works both 
with her English students and 
yearbook staff. 73 



Foreign Language 






EUNICE A. FRENK 
Chairman, Foreign 

Language 
Spanish 

Valpariso University 
Northwestern University 



JOAN L. FOOTE 

Spanish 

Bradley University 

Iowa State University 



Spanish is not only fun, but is also hard work. Pam Gray 
and Rita Ragsdale diligently translate Spanish into 

English. 



Language or\d Math 




WILLIAM L. BURNS 

French 

De Paul University 

University of Illinois 



Records help the students to learn, and Miss Schilling is 
using records to interest her students in German. 




ELSA E. SCHILLING 

German 

Illinois State Normal 

University 
University of Chicago 



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Mathematics . . 





DON M. ESWORTHY 
Mathematics 
University of Illinois 



WENDELL D. WILLIAMS 
Mathematics 
University of Illinois 



Under the direction of Mr. Kohl, a student and class 
prove a geometry theorem. 



Emphasized for Future . . 



ARNOLD D. EDWARDS 

Mathematics 

Northern Illinois University 

MELVIN E. MAY 

Mathematics 

Platteville State 

University of Wisconsin 

ERNEST E. KOHL 

Mathematics 

Lafayette College 

State University of Iowa 



MARY LOUISE FISHER 
Chairman, Mathematics 
University of Illinois 
RICHARD C. HARDER 
Mathematics 
Illinois State Normal 
University 




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Physical Education 





Joan Krohn shows her skill on the parallel bars for the members of her squad 
and Mrs. D'Orazio, the faculty supervisor. 



VERA THALROSE 
Modern Dance 
Hunter College 
New York University 

Collegians Strive for 




BARBARA HARRISON 
Physical Education 
University of Illinois 



BUELAH G. HOFFER 
Chairman, Physical 

Education 
University of Illinois 
Northwestern University 



ELIZABETH REVELL 
Physical Education 
Northern Illinois 
University 




PATRICIA LEMANSKI 
Physical Education 
Illinois State Normal 
University 




MARY A. BRODIE 
Physical Education 
Indiana University 




DELORES CARROLL 
Physical Education 
Eastern Illinois University 



KATHLEEN DAWSON 
Physical Education 
Northern Illinois University 



JEANNIE D'ORAZIO 
Physical Education 
Luther College 



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GEORGE FAHRENHOLZ 
Physical Education 
LaCrosse College 
Northwestern University 

^hqsical Fitness 




GILBERT D. BELL 
Physical Education 
Bradley University 



Dave Kettwig performs his stunts on the parallel bars. 
Both the women's and men's gym departments use the 
various pieces of apparatus. 




RAY KLOOTWYK 
Physical Education 
Iowa State University 
Drake University 



KEN P. PARKER 
Physical Education 
University of Illinois 




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RUSSELL LEKSELL 
Physical Education 
University of Minnesota 




HERMAN WALSER 
Chairman, Physical 

Education 
University of Illinois 




"One. . . two. . . three. . . four, 
part of the gym program. 



With much stress being put on physical fitness, calisthenics have become a vital 



Social Science 




A. A. WILLS 
Economics 
DePaul University 



NOT PICTURED: 
JOHN BIRKHOLZ 
Economics 
Wisconsin State 
Northern Illinois 
University 




JAMES R. THOMPSON 

History 

Rutgers University 

Emory University 



HENRY B. SIMPSON 
Social Science 
Evansville College 
University of Kentucky 



JAMES E. WALTZ 

History 

Illinois Wesleyan 

University of Illinois 



EUGENE J. BONDAR 
Social Science 
Colorado University 
Lawrence College 



Deals W/ith Societq 



Going over a test paper is an everyday event in a teacher's life. Mr. Thompson care- 
fully checks Sue Baer's paper as she looks on. 




GLEN A. EVANS 
Social Studies 
Monmouth College 
University of Chicago 



HARRY D. LEINENWEBER 
History 

Hanover College 
University of Chicago 





Trade, Industrial, and Technical Education . . . 






After being carefully studied, the intricate wiring of this 
television will be familiar to these students. 



ELLERY H. FROST 
Chairman, Trade 
University of Nebraska 
University of Chicago 



GORDON NIESSNER 

Electricity 

Stout State College 



Prepares for Future Careers . 




HERBERT RAWLINS 

Drafting 

Western State College 

University of Illinois 



ALFRED RACCHINI 

Automotive 

Stout State College 

Northwestern University 



LLOYD G. ZIMMER 

Machine 

University of Wisconsin 

University of Illinois 



NORMAN ERKMANN 

Printing 

Stout State College 




STEVE LENICH 
Engineering 
Millikin University 
Bradley University 



DREW W. CASTLE 
Engineering 
University of Illinois 
University of Wisconsin 



CLAYTON WINTERSTEEN 

Woodworking 

Illinois State Normal 

University 
New York University 



DONALD GREEN 
Electronics 
Morningside College 
University of Wisconsin 




ANN FRICK 
Supervisor of Publications 



GRAYCE STADLER 
Secretary to the Deans 



Various Staffs Work 




EDITH METZ 
Secretarial Clerk for Mr. Fox 



KATHRYN DeJARLD 
Secretarial Clerk for Mr. French 




SONDRA FLINT 
Secretarial Clerk for Dean Rowley 



VERNETTE COMER 
Secretarial Clerk for Miss Wood 




Members of the college cafeteria staff are: Kathleen Sweeney, Myrtle Pelkey, 
Ann Svazich, Marge Carlson, Ella Bolton, Kate Stefanshi, and Kay Wisneski . 

3ehind the Scenes . . . 





BERKICE MICHAELS 
Health Services 



LAWRENCE ANDERSON 
Building Policeman 

Keeping the building in tiptop condition are members of the custodial staff. 
Seated around the table from left to right are: John Anderson, Andy Zahm, 
Vince Smith, William Jackson, Raymond Becker, Otto Pearson, Herbert For- 
sell, and Lawrence Anderson. Standing are Harry Johnson and John Kraker. 





DOROTHY RUTHENBECK 
Health Services 




Reflecting all the aspects of the 




college are the . . . STUDENTS 



Ki bize 

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Freshmen get acquainted at the annual fall picnic, their first so- 
cial activity of the year. 



"The pause that refreshes" is welcome 
Kathy Keating after a busy class schedule. 



Freshmen Begin College Career 



Clarence J. Abrams, Lockport 
Barb Aggelopoulos, Joliet 
John Airoldi, Joliet 
Priscilla Alden, Joliet 
James Aldridge, Custer Park 
John Alexander, Lockport 



Sandra Amiot, Joliet 
Betty Anderson, Lockport 
Carl G. Anderson, Plainfield 
Judi Anderson, Joliet 
Karen Anderson, Joliet 



Sharon Andrew, Joliet 
James Ariagno, Joliet 
Henry Azuma, Joliet 
Richard Bachara, Tinley Park 
Jo Delma Baer, Braidwood 
Randal Lee Bailey, Lockport 

Joseph Baker, Joliet 
Lou Ann Balius, Joliet 
Mary T. Barr, Morris 
Robert Bato, Joliet 
Nicholas Baumann, Lemont 
Ronald Baxa, Lockport 

Donald Beahm, Plainfield 
Carl Becker, New Lenox 
Mary Ann Becker, Lockport 
Robert H. Becker, Lockport 
Janice Benac, Joliet 
Margaret Bennett, Lockport 




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Jo Ann Martin and Allen Grysbash cast their votes for 
freshman class officers. 



Joyce Speckman wastes no time in getting studies done. 



Freshmen Adjust to College Life . . . 




Barbara Bensen, Joliet 
James Benson, Joliet 
Dave Berard, Joliet 
Jerry Berger, Joliet 
Judy Bernoteit, Joliet 
Robert Bethell, Joliet 



Charles Blogg, Lockport 
Juanita Boehme, Lockport 
Alex Bonds, Joliet 
Lynn A. Book, Plainfield 
Sally Booth, Joliet 
Denis Borowski, Joliet 



Gerald Boucher, Joliet 
Leo Bourg, Joliet 
Douglas Boyd, Joliet 
Don E. Boykin, Joliet 
Tom Brasch, Lockport 
Howard Brandon, Joliet 



Everett Brannberg, Joliet 
Mick Brei, Joliet 
Raymond Brockman, Joliet 
Kenneth Bromberek, Lemont 
Paul J. Brower, Lockport 
Terry Bucciarelli, Joliet 



Diana Buck, Joliet 
Bob Bulkley, Joliet 
Edwin T. Bull, Lockport 
Thomas Burton, Wilmington 
Richard Butterbach, Plainfield 
Don Button, Joliet 



Sandra Cagwin, Lockport 
Curtis Caldwell, Joliet 
Thomas Campbell, Joliet 
James Canaday, Morris 
Richard A. Carlson, Joliet 



Andrea Carnegie, Joliet 
Thomas C"rr, New Lenox 
Elbert Carroll, Joliet 
Bonnie Carter, Joliet 
William Cassell, Tinley Park 
Mary Cavanaugh, Joliet 



Frank Cepon, Joliet 
Kenneth Cercello, Joliet 
William Cernugel, Joliet 
Mary Cerven, Joliet 
Phyllis Chalstrom, Joliet 
Richard Chavez, Joliet 



Jim Chopp, Joliet 
Roger Christiansen, Frankfort 
Alex Cieslak, Braidwood 
Marilyn Clark, Joliet 
Clementine Coleman, Joliet 



Richard Collopy, Lockport 
Virginia Comerford, Joliet 
Ronald Cornelius, Joliet 
Deanna Costable, Lockport 
Doris Couch, Joliet 
Larry Covili, Plainfield 

Patricia Crane, Joliet 
Ron Cresto, Joliet 
Sharon Cronholm, Lockport 
Doris Crosby, Joliet 
Marion Crosby, Joliet 
Ronald Crosetto, Joliet 



Frank Crotty, Joliet 
Gerald Cunico, Lockport 
Dale Cupples, Wilmington 
Michele Curtis, Lockport 
James D'Amico, Plainfield 
Inez Daniels, Joliet 

Janice Darguzis, Joliet 
William Darin, Joliet 
Gary Da Rosa, Lockport 
Llewellyn Davies, Minooka 
Ima B. Davis, Joliet 
Berniece DeClue, Lockport 





Richard DeMink, Joliet 
Eldon DeVore, Joliet 
Jack Dietz, Joliet 
Sylvia DiMonte, Joliet 
John Dinoffri, Joliet 
Loren Dixon, Joliet 



Chatles Dockendorf, Joliet 
Richard Dombrowski, Joliet 
Thomas J. Donahoe, Kankakee 
Edward Doran, Joliet 
Ronald Dowen, Joliet 



Diane Downey, Joliet 
Ronald Drumm, Plainfield 
Larry DuChance, Joliet 
Loretta Dunajewski, Joliet 
Paul Duncan, Joliet 
Gerry Dunn, Joliet 



Robert E. Durant, Plainfield 
George Eaton, Plainfield 
Edward Edson, Lockport 
Dominic Egizio, Joliet 
Jeanette Egizio, Joliet 
Harry Eicher, Joliet 



Paul Martin Eisen, Joliet 
Joyce Ellena, Joliet 
Joan M. Elliott, New Lenox 
William Engle, Joliet 
Charles Engvall, Joliet 
Joan Enich, Joliet 



Nadine Enich, Joliet 
Phyllis Etheridge, Joliet 
Pat Evans, Wilmington 
Ronald Falbo, Joliet 
Sally Farnsworth, Lockport 
Richard Fazio, Joliet 



Gary Feil, Bremen 
Joann Felbinger, Joliet 
John Felix, Plainfield 
Jacqueline Feltz, Lockport 
Carol Fischer, Midlothian 
Carol Fiser, Joliet 

Paul Fisher, Joliet 
Kenton Fiske, Lockport 
Charles Fitzgerald, Lockport 
Ronald J. Ford, Mokena 
Ralph Foreman, Lockport 
Tyrone Foster, Joliet 




The SHIELD staff takes a breather while attending a 
yearbook clinic at Illinois State Normal University. 



"Did he really say that about me'" asks Lois Hemphill 
as Carol Koenig beams an affirmative reply. 



Freshmen Keep Up With JJC Events . . . 



Mark Fracaro, Lockport 
Ronald Franzen, Joliet 
John Frattinger, Plainfield 
Carol Freter, Joliet 
Tom Fretty, Joliet 
Verna Fretty, Joliet 



Douglas Fruland, Morris 
Dalinda Garcia, Joliet 
Wayne Gargrave, Yorkville 
John Garson, Lockport 
John Charles Gaszak, Mokena 
William Gelatka, Peotone 



Walt Geleto, Joliet 
Kenneth Gilmore, Coal City 
Tally Girard, Joliet 
Margaret Gleason, Joliet 
Art Gonzales, Joliet 
Nancy Gordon, Joliet 

Don Gould, Joliet 
Robert Govoni, Joliet 
Constance Govostis, Lockport 
Ruth Govostis, Lockport 
Larry Grable, Twelve Mile, 

Indiana 
Pamela June Gray, Joliet 

John Gregg, Joliet 
Tom Griffin, Joliet 
James W. Grimm, Joliet 
Diane Grinton, Joliet 
Donna Grumish, Coal City 
Allen Grybash, Mokena 








Chuck Bump, "Geraldine" VVilley, Tom Kienlen, Larry 
Kienlen, and Bob Querio throw collegians into a hilari- 
ous uproar. 



The Kavin Barry Trio entertain with folk songs and 
ballads. 



"Meet the Freshmen" Assembly Entertains . . 




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John Gualdoni, Joliet 
Terry Guidetti, Joliet 
Karen Gullicksen, Lockport 
Charlotte Gurney, Joliet 
Wayne Hajuk, Joliet 
Richard L, Hammond, New 
Lenox 

Edward Hanley. Lemont 
Violet Hanson, Joliet 
James Harder, Joliet 
Jim Harrigan, Joliet 
Mary Ann Harrison, Joliet 
Robert Hartell, Joliet 



Lawrence Hartung, Joliet 
Maurine T. Hawes, Lockport 
Lynmoore, Haynes, Joliet 
Curt Heath, Joliet 
Robert Heeg, Downers Grove 
Norman Heiman, Plainfield 

Davideen Hellberg, Lockport 
Paul Henneberry, Joliet 
Dave Hennessey, Joliet 
Lynn Herbst, Joliet 
James Herringer, Channahon 
Jeanine Hickman, Lockport 

Al Hill, Joliet 
Jesse Hill, Joliet 
Lawrence Hill, Lockport 
Ronald Hilton, Frankfort 
Brian Hirner, Lockport 
Gary Hish, Wilmington 



Kenneth Hochevar, Joliet 
Charles Holl, Joliet 
Ronald Hollis, Joliet 
Stella Holmes, Joliet 
Jerome C. Hood, Joliet 
Ann Hopman, Tinley Park 

Raymond Hoppins, Joliet 
Peter Horvath, Joliet 
Thomas House, Lockport 
Debby Houseknecht, Joliet 
Penny Howk, Joliet 
Ronald M. Hughes, New Lenox 



Richard Hulina, Joliet 
Patricia Hunsley, Joliet 
David A. Hurst, Joliet 
James Hutchings, Morris 
Dale Imig, Joliet 
Richard Ivins, Metamora 

Ralph Jackson, Wilmington 
Gil Jacobs, Joliet 
John James, Joliet 
Matt Jandura, Joliet 
Charles VV. Johnson, Joliet 
Gerald Johnson, Joliet 



Joyce Ann Johnson, Joliet 
Robert Johnson, Joliet 
Thomas Lee Johnson, Joliet 
Tom L. Johnson, Lockport 
Larry Johnston, Joliet 
Robert Joly, Lockport 



David A. Jones, Joliet 
Fred Jorgensen, Joliet 
Janet Jorn, Wilmington 
James Joyce, Joliet 
Janet Judnick, Joliet 
Albert Kaleta, Lemont 



Paul Kaluzny, Joliet 
Thomas Kanoski, Joliet 
Kathleen Keating, Joliet 
Patrick J. Keigher, Joliet 
Richard Kehlenbach, Joliet 
Thomas Kemp, Minooka 

Ruth Kenney, Joliet 
Robert Kerr, Joliet 
John Kienlen, Joliet 
Tom Kienlen, Joilet 
Jon Kimsey, Joliet 
Baldur Kirsch, Joliet 




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Nancy Lee Klett, Joliet 
Richard Knarr, Lockport 
Wynn Knudson. Joliet 
Judith Knutson, Lockport 
Carol Koenig, Joliet 
Mike Koerner, Joliet 

Geroge Koertge, Joliet 
Barbara Kokosz, Joliet 
Dorothy Kon, Lockport 
Michael Kostecki, Joliet 
Robert Koval, Joliet 
August Kramer, Joliet 



Bill Krapf, Monee 
Kaye Krohn, Joliet 
Kay Kroschell, Joliet 
Gary Krueger, Lemont 
Joseph Kuban, Joliet 



Robert Kulof, Joliet 
Raymond Kurator, Joliet 
Michael Laatz, Lockport 
Curt LaFontaine, Joliet 
Thomas Laken, Joliet 
Mary Ann Lambakis, Joliet 



Stephen J. Lang, Plainfield 
Myrna Lange, Blue Island 
Ron Lanham, Joliet 
John Lapikas, Joliet 
Ann Larsen, Joliet 
Tim Larson, Joliet 



Hogan Lau, New Lenox 
Alma Lauffer, Mokena 
Steve Lauffer, Joliet 
Kenneth Lawson, Joliet 
Janice Layette, Joliet 
Randall Leifheit, Yorkville 

Ira Leonard, Joliet 
Raul Leos, Plainfield 
Linda Lestina, Coal City 
Jerome L. Levandowski, Joliet 
Mary Jean Lientz, Frankfort 
George Little, Joliet 

Harold Lee Lockhart, Joliet 
Warren Lucas, Joliet 
William Luebs, Joliet 
Angela Lukancic, Lockport 
Nicholas Lukasevich, Joliet 
David Lustick, Joliet 



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Organizations campaign for their queen candidates by The JC Wolf, our mascot, was a prominent figure 

covering the halls with posters. Homecoming festivities. 




Freshmen Help Plan Homecoming . . . 



Katherine S. MacDowell, ! 

Lenox 
Patricia Mace, Joliet 
Patrick Magosky, Joliet 
Patricia Mahoney, 
Sherrill Makovic, Joliet 

James Mance, Lockport 
Larry Mancini, Joliet 
Robert J. Manfred, Joliet 
Howard Mann, New Lenox 
Kristin Mann, Joliet 
Louis Marello, Joliet 



Thomas Marion, Lockport 
David Markwell, Wilmington 
John Marshall, Wilmington 
Stanley Martin, Joliet 
Vincent Mar vie, Joliet 
Frank R. Mason, Joliet 



Robert H. Mathews, New Lenox 
Larry Mathisen, Gardner 
William McCarthy, Lockport 
Richard McClintock, Joliet 

Donald L. McCowan, New 

Lenox 
Earl McDonald, Joliet 
Jim McGuire, Manhatton 
Jerilyn McKinney, Lockport 
Patricia McMahon, Joliet 
Dorothy McNelis, Lockport 





Meg Bennett telephones a "prospect" during Twirp Lamar Wagnon takes advantage of one of the only open 

season. space in school, the east staircase. 



Freshmen Use Free Time in Various Ways . . . 




Barbara Mentzer, Joliet 
Michael Merfeld, New Lenox 
Marietta Merlo, Joliet 
Barbara Merrell, Joliet 
David Meyer, Peotone 



Thomas J. Meyer, Joliet 
Albert Meyers, Joliet 
Leonard Miklic, Joliet 
Robert Miller, Lockport 
David Misischia, Joliet 



David Mitzit, Lockport 
Ray Mohalick, Lockport 
Jacqueline Montgomery, Blue 

Island 
Larry E. Morris, Lemont 
William Morrison, New Lenox 
Paula Muehler, Mokena 

Judy Mulvihill, Joliet 
Robert Munch, Mokena 
Thomas H. Murray, Lockport 
William Nelson, Morris 
John L. Nicholl, Joliet 
Lawrence Nolan, Joliet 



James Norris, Joliet 

Ken Nurczyk, Joliet 

Leslie Nyman, Evergreen Park 

Lynn Olsen, Joliet 

Robert J. Orr, Joliet 

Joal Ott, Joliet 



Daniel Owen, New Lenox 
Thomas Pajak, Lockport 
Ronald Paluzzi, Joliet 
Jeanne Passas, Joliet 
James Pasteris, Joliet 
Patricia Pasternak, Lockport 



James Pavlich, Joliet 
Mike Peceniak, Joliet 
Nick Pell, Joliet 
William J. Petan, Lockport 
Carolyn Peterman, Lockport 
Betty J. Peterson, Joliet 

Darrell Peterson, New. Lenox 
Douglas R. Peterson, Joliet 
Larry M. Peterson, Minooka 
Thomas Peterson, Manhatton 
Ron Pettinos, Joliet 
Carla Phelps, Lockport 

John Picciolo, Joliet 
Bob Picha, Joliet 
Charles C. Pierce, Joliet 
Christopher Pinn, Lockport 
Frank R. Pirc, Joliet 
Stephen Pisut, Joliet 



Sandra Pluth, Lockport 
Jon S. Pohl, Joliet 
Bernard Pollock, Joliet 
Bettieann Pozek, Lockport 
Janet Prince, Joliet 
Ron Procarione, Joliet 



George A. Provance, Joliet 
Bob Querio, Joliet 
James Rademacher, Peotone 
Ronald Ragan, Morris 
Rita Ragsdale, Joliet 
David Ralston, Palmyra 

William Ramsey, Lockport 
William A. Reiss, Joliet 
JoAnn D. Reszel, Lockport 
William Reuter, Joliet 
Anita Roberts, Joliet 
J. Scott Rodeghiero, Lockport 

Frederick Rodriguez, Lockport 
Charles Roesel, Lockport 
Jack David Rogers, Joliet 
Connie Roman, Leland Hills 
Jacqueline Roots, Joliet 
Edward Rossetto, Lockport 








David Roth, Joliet 
Helen Rothlisberger, Joliet 
Prudence R, Rowe, New Lenox 
James Rushing, Manhatton 
Gerald Russ, Lockport 
Janice Russell, Joliet 

Sandra Rust, Joliet 
Lionel Salinas, Chicago Hts. 
David G. Sandahl, Joliet 
Martha Sandberg, Planfield 
Sandra Sanders, Joliet 
Robert Sayles, Joliet 

Ann Schlosser, Joliet 
Frank Schoener, Joliet 
Melanie Ann Schroeder, Joliet 
Terry Schroeder, Frankfort 
James R. Schultz, Joliet 
Bertha Schulz, Joliet 



Ron Schweizer, Joliet 
Howard Seaborg, Joliet 
Lenwood Seabron, Joliet 
Richard Selinger, Joliet 
Suren Seron, Joliet 
Kathleen Sexton, Joliet 

Patricia Shearin, Joliet 
Kay Shepley, Joliet 
Wolfgang Short, Joliet 
Jeanne Siegmund, Joliet 
Richard Simpson, Joliet 
Theodore Lee Simpson, Joliet 



Robert Sitar, Joliet 
John Slaboszeski, Joliet 
Doris Renee Slatton, Joliet 
Tom Slocum, Joliet 
Bryan Smith, Manhatton 



Donald Smith, Wilmington 
Fred Smith, Wilmington 
Ron Smithberg, Joliet 
Ronald Snedic, Joliet 
John Spalding, Lockport 
Joyce Speckman, Joliet 

Jack Spencer, Joliet 
Tom Spinks, Joliet 
Barbara Spisak, Joliet 
William Spivey, Joliet 
Victor Stachelski, Joliet 
Max Standard, Lockport 




Mary Ann Lambakis and Melanie Schroeder, two WAL Carol Koenig and Dave Hurst enjoy themselves at an or- 

members, help decorate the tree in the lounge. ganization Christmas party. 



Freshmen Join \r\ on Christmas Spirit 



Douglas Stangeland, Joliet 
Robert Staples, Lockport 
Edward Stapleton, Joliet 
Winnie Stariha, Joliet 
Marjorie Startz, Lockport 
Athena Stath, Joliet 



Russell Stenzel, Plainfield 
Richard Sterioti, Joliet 
Rosalie Sternisha, Joliet 
Carol Strappazon, Joliet 
Marsha Stull, Joliet • 
James M. Sukle, Joliet 



Steve Sula, Joliet 
Victor Sullins 

Alan Carter Sullivan, Joliet 
John Sullivan, Joliet 
Nita Sullivan, Joliet 
Sharon Swierz, Joliet 



Donna Mae Swinford, Joliet 
James Sykes, Joliet 
John H. Tanton, Joliet 
Dennis D. Taylor, Joliet 
Mari Kaye Taylor, Lockport 
Richard Terdick, Joliet 

Jackie Thontlin, Joliet 
Bruno Tiltins, Joliet 
Ronald Tomas, New Lenox 
Ray Tonelli, Joliet 
Ted Tratensek, Joliet 
Paul Travica, Joliet 





The donkeys and their riders seem to have different "Should I or should I not 9 " debates Jerry Sicinski before 

ideas as to who is boss in the donkey basketball game. venturing a ride on the donkey while Tom Kienlen waits 

eagerly for his turn. 

Freshmen Enjoq Something "Different" . . . 




James Tripple, Joliet 
Francis Trizna, Joliet 
Thomas Troughton, Joliet 
James Troutman, Joliet 
Lawrence Troutman, Joliet 
Carol M. Turner, Joliet 



Kenneth Uhren, Lockport 
Peter Valek, Joliet 
Louise Van Allen, Joliet 
Patricia Van Dyke, Joliet 
Cecilia Vargas, Lockport 
Ronald W. Vaughn, Lockport 



Robert Visconti, Joliet 
Andrew Vrba, New Lenox 
Lamar Wagnon, Joliet 
Julie M. Walker, Joliet 
Ken Walker, Yorkville 
James B. Ward, Joliet 



David Warthen, Joliet 
James Watson, Joliet 
Richard Way, Joliet 
William Weibeler, Joliet 
Carole Welch, Joliet 
Richard Weils, Joliet 

William Werger, Joliet 
Ron Westerfield, Joliet 
Jim Wetherbee, Joliet 
Janice Whitler, Joliet 
Francis Wiechec, Joliet 
James Wiegmann, Joliet 



Gary V/igell, Joliet 
Herman Wilhelm, Joliet 
Gerald Willey, Joliet 
Joan Williams, Joliet 
Tecola Williams, Joliet 



Terry Williams, Joliet 
Janet Williamson, Joliet 
Penny Wills, Joliet 
Ken Winterbottom, Mazon 
Ray Wiseman, Joliet 



Brian Wood, Plainfield 
Dick Wright, Joliet 
Allan Yavorn, Manhatton 
Larry Yother, Joliet 
Leslie Yunker, Orland Park 



Patricia Zebell, Joliet 

Joe Zeleznik, Joliet 

Kent Ziech, Joliet 

Eleanor Zimmerman, Mokena 




Freshmen Active \n Organizations . . . 

Pat Treseder helps Jack Tanton with the layout for his Bob Ouerio, Mary Ann Harrison, Jerry Willey, Pat Ma- 
section of the yearbook. honey, and Jerry Sicinski, help Don Brown plan activi- 
ties for Student Council. 




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Patricia Aeschliman 
Susan Allison 
Betty Anderson 
Bonnie Bitter 



Nancy Dunker 
Carolyn Frampton 
Bonnie Gilmore 
Judith Hanley 



Barbara Jager 
Mary Ann Johnston 
Sally Keller 
Beverly Koehler 



Gail Kordewick 
Angelika Krebsbach 
Marjorie Malone 
Judith McKay 



Patricia Menard 
Mary Ellen Michaels 
Judy Michel 
Beverly Miller 



Verna Morris 
Nancy Morrison 
Martha Nicoll 
Margy Pfeffinger 



Sharon Phillips 
Maria Pilotte 
Jane Piper 
Sharon Plantinga 



Gloria Rantz 
Marsha Thomas 
Patricia Tintari 
Wilda Turnbough 



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Silver Cross Hospital Nursing Home is the center of student nurses' lives. 

Curriculum Important Part of Nurses' Training 



In conjunction with the nursing program 
offered at Silver Cross Hospital, the junior 
college has offered special courses in sci- 
ences and related subjects in order to sup- 
plement the nurses' curriculum. 

This year ovej thirty young ladies took 
advantage of this program by taking courses 
such as microbiology and a special study of 
nurse's psychology. 

Always amiable and willing to share 
their microscopes with any curious admirer, 
the Silver Cross nurses are a great addition 
to the student body of Joliet Junior College. 





Members of the girls' football team rest up during halves. Wynn Knudson is the center of attention during this con- 
versation in the smoker. 



Freshman Girls Inspire Classmates . . . 



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James Aellig, Morris 
Noby Allan, Joliet 
Paul Alphin, Joliet 
Judy Anderson, Joliet 
Tony Arellano, Joliet 
Nancy Ariagno, Joliet 



Gerry Bales, Joliet 

Wanda Baltzell, Mt. Vernon 

Roberta Bates, Joliet 

Bob Benson, Joliet 

John Benus, Joliet 

Gerald Berard, Joliet 



William Bolte, Joliet 
Boyzell Carlisle, Joliet 
Ron Christensen, Dwight 
Paul Claussen, Lockport 
Anthony Contos, Joliet 
Gerald Cooper, Joliet 

Phillip Crowe, Joliet 
Larry DeLay, Coal City 
Ray Demko, Joliet 
Les Deutsche, Crete 
Frank Dickey, Joliet 
Edward Drysch, Joliet 

Bill Dufresne, Joliet 
George Eibel, Joliet 
James Enix, Joliet 
Robert Farmer, Lemont 
Dave Flurkey, Hinsdale 
Judy Francescon, Lockport 





This photo shows various degrees of Cupid's summer 
success. 



Donna Swinford, Verna Freddy, and Joyce Speckmen are 
kept under the watchful eyes of Mr. and Mrs. Steve 
Lenich. 



Freshmen Rest Up for Hard Year Ahead . . . 




Leroy Gaskin, Lockport 
Jim Gast, Manhattan 
Robert Gelatka, Peotone 
James Glavan, Joliet 
Clyde Goranson, Joliet 
Bernie Gowen, Joliet 



Roger Habewicht, Lockport 
Steve Hartigan, Joliet 
Alan Heatherwick, Frankfort 
Arnold Hibler, Joliet 
Randy Hute, Joliet 
Peter Hylka, Joliet 



David Johnson, Morris 
Donald Kelly, Lockport 
Larry Kepner, Joliet 
Gerald Kiely, Joliet 
Evelyn King, Joliet 
Donald Knutson, Joliet 



Robert Kozoman, Joliet 
David Krohn, Joliet 
Karl Kurtz, Joliet 
Daniel Lennon, Joliet 
Diane Lockwood, Joliet 
Stephen Long, Wilmington 

Charles Lott, Joliet 
Peg Mahoney, Joliet 
Helen Maloney, Joliet 
William Marco, Joliet 
Eleanor McCoy, Joliet 
Larry Meiferdt, Joliet 



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Linda Monsen, Joliet 
Glen Morgan, Joliet 
Clarence Morris, Joliet 
Carla Mrosek, Joliet 
Thomas Mrozek, Palos Park 



William Murphy, Dwight 
Janess Nelson, Joliet 
John Odenthal, Joliet 
Judith Olivetti, Wilmington 
Kenneth Pelligrini, Joliet 



Chris Peterson, Wilmington 
William Peterson, Lockport 
Pat Petterson, Joliet 
James Poe, Lockport 
Richard Raab, Reddick 



Evelyn Rogers, Joliet 
Katherine Rushing, Joliet 
Robert Sampson, Morris 
Lydia Santini, Joliet 
Paul Scherer, Joliet 



Richard Scheuber, Joliet 
Darryl Schmitt, Palos Heights 
Thomas Smego, Joliet 
Margaret Sorenson, Joliet 
Arthur Stamm, Joliet 



Lewis Stanersen, Joliet 
Fred Steinman, Lockport 
Lyle Steinquist, Joliet 
Dave Szymanski, Lemont 
Donna Tennant, Joliet 



Sandra Tunnell, Plainfield 
James Tyler, Joliet 
Les Van Beneren, Lockport 
Richard Vicica, Joliet 
Edward Wallace, Lockport 



Jerry Whitmer, Joliet 
Betty Jean Williams, Joliet 
Stanley Winke, Joliet 
Gilbert Wolt, Lemont 
Armarie Word, Joliet 



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Faces U/e Matj 





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Never See Again . . 



It was so clear, so everyday, so unimportant, the present 
which is now the fading past. What was her name. ...that 
girl who sat next to me in rhetoric 7 Who were they all" 
They came and went so quickly. . . I hardly said hello. . .and 
they had vanished. A maze of faces. . . a blur of names. . . 
are remnants of a fleeting moment. It seemed then that it 
would never end, that faces in the halls were a steady stream 
of life, that we all were one. How can that one be no 
more 7 We have separated and now are individuals. He was 
right, whoever said, "the whole is more than the sum of the 
parts. " 





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~~. *J , Vict-President. . . „'. jte- Ed Serd; 

Secretary-Treasurer ...»..". Jame Leigntc 
President ••»•■• ^ ar Dav 




RICHARD M. ADAMSON "Adam" 
Lockporr, Illinois 
Liberal Arts 

After JC: University of California 
Activities: Boosters 1.2; \C Play- 
ers I; One Acts L. 
Hobbies: Dame 



MARGARET E. ALDERMAN "Peggy 

Joliet. Illinois 

Pre- Education 

After JC: Southern Illinois 



! I 



WAL 1. 




The library fills as class work begins. Bill Cernugel uses 
the library for reference work. 



Sophomores Settle Down to Studies . . 



CHARLES W. ALLEN "Chuck" 

Joliet. Illinois 

Pre- Commerce 

JAMES D. ALLEN "Twink" 

Joliet. Illinois 

Liberal Arts 

After JC: University of Illinois 

Activities: Fishing, hunting, iceskatir 

LARRY ED ALLEN "Red" 

Joliet. Illinois 

Engineering 

After JC: Air Force 

Activities: Engineers 1.2; JC Choir 1. 

THOMAS F. ALLEN "Tom" 

Joliet. Illinois 

General 

AftetJC: University of Illinois 

BEVERLY J. ALLISON "Bev" 

Joliet Illinois 

Business 

After JC: I. B. M. School 

Activities: Boosters 1; Busine 

HELEN ANTONINI 

Athens, Greece 

Pre-educarion 

After JC: University of Illinc 

Activities: JC Choir 1.2 (Hi! 

WAL 2. 
Honors: Homecoming Queen 
Hobbies: Reading, swimminf 



; Club 1.2; WAL 1. 



an 2); JC Players 2; 





SUE Y. BAER "Susi 



JC Choir 1; SEA 1.2. 



STANLEY BALLARD 
Mason City. Iowa 
Liberal Arts 
After JC: Aurora 




Sophomore boys quickly volunteer to be friends with 
freshman girls. Frank Crotty, a sophomore, and Ruth 
Kenney, a freshman, are seen in the halls. 



Sophomores Welcome 



SANDY L. BALOG "Sandy" 

Joliet, Illinois 

Liberal Arts 

Activities: IC Choir 1; SEA 1; WAL 1.2 

Honors: Honor Guide 1. 

Hobbies: Golf, rennis, traveling 

WALT J. BARAN "Vodge" 

Joliet. Illinois 

Business 

After JC: Southern Illinois Universiry 

Activities: Boosters 1,2; Vets Club 2 (Pri 

FRANK L. BARCELONA "Barce" 



Body building, Indian foot fighting 



DENISE S. BATIS "Dennif 



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After JC: Eastern Illinois University 

Activities: Boosters 1; Business Club 1; SEA 2; WAL 1. 
2: Co-Chairman Fall Formal 2; Coronation Chair- 
man. Spting Formal 1. 

Honors: Homecoming Court 1. 

NICHOLAS P. BEAUDOIN 

Joliet. Illinois 

Liberal Arts 

CHARLES W. BECK "Chuck" 

Mazon, Illinois 

Engineering 

After JC: University of Illinois 

Activities: Engineers 1. 2. 

Hobbies: Basketball, baseball 






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DONALD E. BEDFORD "Don'' 

Joliet, Illinois 

Pre-Medical 

After JC: University of Chicago 

Activities: SMS 1,2. 

RUTH A. BENCK 

Lockport, Illinois 

Pre-education 

After JC: River Forest Teachers 

College 
GEORGE D. BLATT "Doug" 
Joliet, Illinois 
Liberal Arts 
After JC: University of Illinois 



PATRICK E. BOLAND 
Lockport, Illinois 
Liberal Arts 
After JC: University o 
Activities: Lettermen 
Club 1,2; Student 
BLAZER 1.2 (Editc 
ball 1.2 (Manager 
RAY L. BOLAND "Mi 
Lockport, Illinois 



2; Press 
Council 
r 2): Bas. 



Pre-Forestry 
LYNN A. BOOK 



Plainfield, 111 ii 



After JC: Private Secretary 




Freshmen to JC . . 




MARGARET E. BOYDSTON "M 

Tulsa. Oklahoma 

Music 

After JC: Tulsa University 

Activities: JC Choir 1.2. 

Hobbies: Art. music, reading 

LINDA J. BRANNBERG "Lin" 



Jolii 



III: 



Club 1,2: JC Choir 1. 



Pre-Commerce 

After JC: 1. B. M. School 

Activities: Boosters 1,2; Business 

2; JC Players 2; WAL 1.2. 
Hobbies: Water-skiing, bowling, 
GEORGE T. BROCKMAN 
Wilmington. Illinois 
Engineering 

After JC: University of Illinois 
Activities: Engineers 1. 2. 
Hobbies: Swimming, boating 



DON B. BROWN "Dood" 

Joliet. Illinois 

Pre-Commerce 

After JC: University of Illinois 

Activities: Business Club 1,2; Lettermen 1,2; Stude 

Council 2 (President 2); Football 1.2; Golf 1. 
Honors: Student Rotarian 2. 
Hobbies: Golf, baskerball. cards 
WILLIAM BULLIFIN 
Joliet. Illinois 
Pre- Veterinarian 
JERRY L. BUTLER 
Joliet. Illinois 
Liberal Arts 
After JC: A & P Food Stores 




AYMOND I. CARLI 



y of Illinois 
:rs Club 1,2. 



Joliet, Illinois 

Electrical Engin 

Afrer JC: Univ; 

Activities: Engi 

Hobbies: Amateur radio 

LLOYD CARLSON 

Joliet. Illinois 

Business Administration 

After 1C: Navy 

Hobbies: Fishing, baskerball 

THERESE CASTIGLIONI "Terr 

Joliet, Illinois 

Education 

After JC: National College of 

Education 
Activities: SEA 2. 
Hobbies: Bowling, music, tennis 

CLEMENTINE M. COLEMAN "Cle 
Joliet, Illinois 
Pre-Medical Technology 
After JC: Illinois Wesleyan 

University 
Activities: Choir 2; Press Club 2: 

SMS 2: WAL 2; SHIELD 2. 
Honors: Illinois State Scholarship 
Hobbies: Dancing, jazz, classical 

RICHARD L. COTTER "Rich" 
Lockport. Illinois 



Gen 



After JC: University of Illinois 
Acriviries: JC Players 1 ; Basket- 
ball 1. 
Hobbies: Basketball, music 
ROGER L. CORP 
New Lenox, Illinois 
Technical Drawing 
Afrer JC: Bradley University 
Hobbies: Swimming, ice and rol- 



Sr^r:: 



Sophomores Star 



SHARON A. COX "Red" 



Jolii 



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i Club 1,2; JC Player: 



General Business 

Aftet JC: I. B. M. School 

Acrivities: Boosters 1,2; Bu 
1; WAL 1,2. 

Hobbies: Bowling, dancing, tennis 

KELLY W. CRADER "Kel" 

Lockport, Illinois 

Technical Engineering 

Afrer JC: Southern Illinois Universiry 

Activiries: Engineers 1. 

Hobbies: Golf, tennis, wresrling 

CAROLYN B. CUMMINGS 

Lockport. Illinois 

Liberal Arts 

After JC: Teach 

Activities: Press Club 1; WAL 2; Student Council 1 
(Secretary 1); BLAZER 1; CASUALS 1; Fres-hman 
Class Secretary; SEA 2, Chairman Spring Formal 2. 

Honors: Honor Guide 1. 

LOUIS F. DARIN 

Lockport. Illinois 

Civil Engineeting 

After JC: Air Force 

Activities: Football 1; Swing Band 1,2; Engineers 1,2. 

HARLAN E. DAVIS "Har" 

Joliet, Illinois 

Pre-Commerce 

Afrer JC: Northern Illinois University 

Activities: Business Club 1,2; Student Council 1.2; 
Smoket Committee 1; Freshman Vice- President : 
Sophomore President; Co-Chairman-Fall Formal 2. 

Hobbies: Hunring and fishing 

DORIS J. DE BRI 



In!;, 



Ilh 



Honors: Hon 



Diego Srare College 
siness Club 1; JC Choir 
r Guide 1. 





DONALEE DOBBS 



Education 

After JC: Northen 



EARL L. DOWELL 
loliet, Illinois 

Advertising Design 
After JC: University of niir 
Activities; Engineers 1,2. 
Hobbies: Photography, art. 



Jackie Roots puts up a poster on the music bulletin board. 




)rganizations Running Smoothlu, . 




GAYLE P. DUCHENE 

Joliet. Illinois 

Education 

After JC: Illinois State Normal University 

Activities: Boosters 2; WAL 2; SEA 2. 

Hobbies: Swimming 

ROBERT W. DUTKIEWICZ "Duke" 

Joliet. Illinois 

General 

Hobbies: Golf, fishing, arr, weight lifting 

DAVID E. EARLS 

Joliet, Illinois 

Engineering 

After JC: University of Illinois 

Activities: Engineers 1, 2 (Vice-President 2) . 

Honors: Adam Award 

LINDA L. EDDY 

Joliet, Illinois 

Education 

After JC: Northern Illinois University 

Activities: Business Club 2; JC Choir 1; WAL 1,2. 

Honors: Honor Guide 1 

Hobbies: Dancing, reading, bowling 

JOE L. EDMON 

Joliet, Illinois 

Medical Technology 

Activities: JC Players 1.2; Press Club 1.2; SMS 1, 

SHIELD 2; BLAZER 1,2. 
Hobbies: Reading, poetry 
FRANCES L. EDWARDS "Fran" 



Jbli< 



Ulii 



Home Economics 
After JC: Northern mil 



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DEBORAH ANN EMERSON "Debby" 



Join 



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Pre- Education 

After JC: Northern II 

University 
Activities: SEA 1. 
Hobbies: Swimming, 



RICHARD 


C. EYRICH "Ike' 1 


toll 


et. Ill 


inois 




Pre 


-Educa 


tion 




Aft, 


--J JC: 


Norther 


n Illinois 


Act 


1 nive 


rsity 

: Busine 


ss Club 1,2 




(Treas 


urer 2); 


Swing Band 1, 




2; Smi 


Dker and 


Lounge Com- 




A jam session in a friend's home is one of the extra-cur- 
ricular activities in which JC sophomores participate. 
Dick Eyrich, Dick Marasso, and Jim Kochevar look like 
a swinging group. 



Sophomores Gather foi 



JOHN P. FENILI "Jack" 

Joliet. Illinois 

Libetal Arts 

After JC: Illinois State Normal University 

Activities: SEA 2. 

Hobbies: Pigeons, hunting, midget racing 

MARK A. FRACARO 

Loekport. Illinois 

Liberal Arts 

After JC: Sr. Mary's Seminary, Baltimore 

Activities JC Choir 2; JC Players 2; Student Coun 

Hobbies: Swimming, dancing, reading, bowling 

DAVY A. FRENCH "Frenchie" 

Custer Patk. Illinois 

Pre-Dental 

Activities: Lettermen 1.2; SMS 2; Basketball 1.2. 



WILLIAM FRESCURA "Willy 



Jolii 



Illn 



Pre-Med 

After JC: St. L«uis School of Pha 
Activities: Football 2. 
ROBERT L. FRUIN "Fru" 



Jolii 



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Business Administration 

After JC: Northern Illinois University 

Activities: Business Club 2. 

SHARON L. GAEFKE 

Joliet, Illinois 

General 

Activities: JC Choir 1. 



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RITA J. GALU "Ritz" 

Joliet, Illinois 

General 

Activities: Boosters 2; Business 

Club 1,2; JC Players 2; 

Press Club 2. 
TERRY A. GARRETT "Tag" 
Joliet, Illinois 
Liberal Arts 

Aftet JC: University of Illinois 
Activities: JC Choir 1. 2 (Section 

leader 2); Musical 1,2. 
Hobbies: Swimming, photography, 

water skiing, music 
VIRGINIA GASPICH 
Joliet, Illinois 
Liberal Arts 

After JC: University of Illinois 
Activities: SEA 1. 

RON S. GEDDES 



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Engineering 

After JC: University of Illino 
Activities: Engineers 1,2. 
CHLOE J. GOEPPER "Mouth" 
Joliet. Illinois 



Mi 



Edtl 



After JC: Northern Illinois 

University 
Activities: JC Choir 1.2(Secre 

tary 2); SEA 1;.WAL 1,2; 

Homecoming Court 1.2; Ho 

Guide 1; Refreshment Chair 

man Fall Formal 2. 
TONY D. GOLOBITSH 
Joliet, Illinois 
Biological Science 
Activities: Lettermen 2; Tenni* 



1.2. 



1 1, .l.l.i, 



Fishing 




Fun and Recreation . . . 




JAMES R. GREENE "Jim" 



Len 



Uli 



Commercial Art 

After JC: University of Illinois 

Activities: JC Choir 1; Lettermen 1; Football 1. 

DANIEL GREGGAIN "Danny" 

Wilmington, Illinois 

After JC: University of Illinois 
Activities: Business Club 1, 2. 
DAVID L. GROSS "Dave" 



After JC: University of Illinois 

Activities: SMS 1. 2 (Vice-President 2); JC Choir 1,2. 

Hobbies: Chemistry, chess, science fiction 



ROSE ANNA HACKER 

Lockport, Illinois 

Pre-Education 

After JC: Illinois State Normal Unive 

Activities: SEA 1,2. 

Hobbies: Reading, bowling, organ 

NORALYN K. HAMMER "Nor" 



Jolil 



Illn 



Pre-Education 

After JC: Teaching 

Activities: JC Players 1; SEA 1,2; WAL 1. 

JAMES D. HANCOCK 

Joliet, Illinois 

Liberal Arts 

After JC: State University of Iowa 

Activities: JC Choir 1,2 (Treasurer 1, Preside 




DORIS M. HARELD 



Activities: Business Club 1, 2; 
WAL 1,2; Student Council 
2; Homecoming Coutt 2. 

CHARLES H. HARMENING 

loliet, Illinois 

Electronics 

Activities: Engineets 1. 

CHARLES R. HARRIS 

Johet, Illinois 

Liberal Arts 

Activities: Swing Band 1,2 

DAWK K. HARTWIG 
Tinley Park, Illinois 
Elementaty Education 
Aftet JC: Northern Illinois 

Univetsity 
Activities: Boosters 1, 2; Student 

Council 1.2; Cheerleader 1. 

2; SEA 1.2. 
Hobbies: Drawing 
JERRY J. HEAVENS 
Coal City. Hlinois 
Accounting 
After IC: Northern Illinois 



Un 



uty 



Activities: Business Club 1. 
LOIS HEMPHILL "Lo" 



After JC: Northern Illinois 
University 

Activities: Press Club 1,2 (Pro- 
gram Chairman 2): BLAZER 1, 
2; COLLEGE CASUALS 2; 
SEA 2 (Publicity Chairman 2): 
Choir 1. 

Hobbies: Music, reading, handi- 



Homecoming Is 



RICHARD ALBERT HERATH "Rich" 
Joliet. Illinois 
Liberal Arts 

After JC: MacMurray College 
Activities: SHIELD, Photogtaphy Edil 
Hobbies: Model railroading, electror 
RICHARD DENNIS HERTZMANN 
"Dick" 



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Engineering Administration 
After JC: University of Illinois 
Activities: Engineers Club 1. 2. 
Hobbies: Auto racing, saxapho 
MARGARET LYNN HILLS 



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Libera] Arts 

After JC: Northern Univ. 

Activities: WAL 1.2 (Se 

icale 1. 
Hobbies: Synchronized s 



iry 2); Orchesis 1.2; Mus> 



'ing. 



SHARON HOFFMAN 

Peotone. Illinois 

Liberal Arts 

After JC: University of Illinois 

JUDITH A. HNETKOVSKY "Judy" 

Joliet, Illinois 

Education 

After JC: Northern University 

Activities: Boosters 1,2; Business Club 

JC Players 2. 
Hobbies: Swimming, horseback riding 
JUDIE A. HRITZ 



fa] i 



[Hi 



Education 

After JC: Northern Illinois University 

Activities: Boosters 1; WAL 1,2; Homec 

Honor Guide 1. 
Hobbies: Bowling 





EARL L. HUTCHINSON "Hutch - ' 
Lockport, Illinois 



Hobbies: Golf 



NEAL L. HLTSON 



Jane Leighton looks on as Sue Skoff presents flowers to 
the 1960 Homecoming Queen, sophomore Helen 
Antonini. 




Planned bij Sophomores . . 




CHARLES R. JACKSON "Charlie" 

Wilmington, Illinois 

Pre-Commerce 

After JC: Southern Illinois University 

Activities: Business Club 1. 

CHARLES JEFFERIES "Chuck" 

Wilmington. Illinois 

General 

After JC: Illinois State Normal University 

Hobbies: Records 

LAWRENCE R. JOHNSON "Larry" 

Joliet, Illinois 

Pre- Education- -Art 

After JC: Northern Illinois University 

Activities: JC Players 1.2 (Secretary-Treasurer 2); 

SEA 2. 
Hobbies: Art 

WAYNE G. JOHNSON 

Lockport, Illinois 

After JC: University of Illinois 

Activities: Press Club 2; Sports Editor for SHIELD 2. 

DAVID BRUCE JOHNSTON "B.J." 

Joliet, Illinois 

Pre- Med 

After JC: Illinois College of Chiropody and Foot 

Surgery 
Activities: Press Club 2: SMS 1,2; Student Council 

BLAZER, SHIELD Photographer 2. 
Hobbies: Photography 
JOHN M. JONES "Jonesey" 



Joli. 



mil 



Engineering 

After JC: Northrop Aeronautical 

Hobbies: Hunting, photography 



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iRLES 


R. JOYCE 


"Chu 


ck" 


( h 


pel Hill. Tennes 


ee 




Pte-Engir 
After JC: 


University 


of ::: 




Activities: Engineer 

Players 1,2. 
Hobbies: Sports 




K 



GORDON J. KAY "Goofie 



Council 1; President of 
Freshman Class; Golf 1. 




Bob Nichols is putting his heart into his talk as he speaks 
in front of an advanced speech class. 



Advanced Classes 



DAVE A. KETTWIG "Dave" 
Joliet, Illinois 
Pte-Commerce 
Activities: Business Club (Pre 
Basketball 1.2; Golf 1,2. 
JAMES J. KLEN "Jim" 
Joliet, Illinois 
Technical 
After JC: Drafting 
Activities: Engineers 1. 
Hobbies: Hunting, golf, swirr 
WILLIAM J. KNUTSON 



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Liberal Arts 

NICK KOBE "Here" 

Lockport, Illinois 

Pre-Commerce 

After JC: U.S. M.C. 

Hobbies: Weight lifting, body building, judo 

JAMES M. KOCHEVAR "Num" 



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Liberal Am 

After JC: Northern Illinois University 

Activities: Smoker and lounge Committee 2; Discu: 

Club 2, Spring Formal Co-chairmen 2. 
Hobbies: Books, fishing, jazz, leinenkugeling 
ROBERT J. KORB "Doc" 
Joliet, Illinois 
Education 

After JC: Northern Illinois University 
Activities: JC Players 1.2 (Vice-President 2); SMS 

(President 2); Director of one acts 2; Tennis 1.2. 
Hobbies: Theatre, drama, poetry 




GERALD C. KOZAK "Fuzzy" 

Lockport, Illinois 

Electronics 

Hobbies: Hoi rods, hunting 

FRANCIS E. KOZOMAN "Frank" 

loliet. Illinois 

Electrical Engineering 

After JC: University of Illinois 

Activities: Engineers 1. 2 (Presi- 
dent 2); Vets 1,2. 

RONALD L. KOZOMAN' "Ron" 

Joliet, Illinois 

Business 

After IC: Northern Illinois 
University 

Activities: Business Club 2 

Hobbies: Swimming 

JOAN IRENE KROHN 



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Liberal Arts 

After JC: University of Iowa 

Activities: JC PLayers 1,2 (Pre 

dent 2); Student Council 1; 

Directot of one acts 1,2; 

Otchesis 1.2; SHIELD 2. 
Hobbies 1 Dramatics, music 
WILLIAM J. LAKEN "Lake" 



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Pte-Commerce 

After JC: Northern Illinois 
University 

Activities: Business Club 1.: 
(Vice-president 2); Lette 
1,2; Basketball 1.2. 

Hobbies: Fishing, bowling 

FRANK A. LASSER 

Joliet. Illinois 

Libetal Arts 

After JC: Western Dlinois 



Un 



lity 



Activities: SMS 1,2. 




\ttract Sophomores 




LOIS M. LEGAN 



Join 



mi 



Liberal Arts 

After JC: Northern Illinois University 

Activities: SEA 1,2; Student Council 2; WAL 1,2. 

Honors: Homecoming Court 2; Honor Guide 1. 

Hobbies: Swimming, music 

JANE A. LEIGHTON "Jame" 

Joliet, Illinois 

Pre-Education 

After JC- University of Illinois 

Activities: WAL 1.2: Student Council 2; Sophomoi 

Secretary-Treasurer. 
Honors: Honor Guide 1. 
SUE LEIMBACHER 
Joliet, Illinois 
Education 

After JC: Northern Illinois University 
Activities: Business Club 2; SEA 2; WAL 2. 

EDWARD F. LENNERT "Ed" 



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After JC: Illinois State Notmal University 

Activities: Lettermen 1.2; Football 1.2. 

Hobbies: Photography 

LARRY N. LONG 

Joliet. Illinois 

Pte-Engineering 

After JC: University of Colorado 

Activities: Engineers 1,2; Smoker and Lounge Comn 

tee 2. 
Hobbies: Golf, bowling, tennis 
JOHN B. LONGMAN "Lobo" 
Joliet. Illinois 
Pte-law 

After JC: University of Illinois 
Activities: JC Choir 1,2; Lettermen 2; Student Coun 

2; Football 2. 



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MARY M. LOW 



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"Jerry" 



Pre- Medical 

Afrer JC: Norrhern lllir 

Universiry 
Activities: SMS 1,2. 
GERALD A. LUNDEEN 
Lockporr, Illinois 
Pre-Medica! 

After IC: University of Illinois 
Activities: JC PLayers 1 ; Press 

Club 2 (President 2): SMS 

1,2; SHIELD 2. 
Hobbies: Reading, music, golf 
BARNEY F. MACHAI "Bart" 
Joliet, Illinois 
Pre-Education 
After JC: Northern Illinois 

University 
Activities: JC Choir 1, 2 (Student 

Manager 2); JC Players 1,2; 

Press Club 2; SEA 1,2 (Pres- 
ident 2); BLAZER 2. 
Honors: Best Actor 1959-1960 
Hobbies: Music, dancing 

CHARLENE J. MACK "Char" 

Joliet. Illinois 

Pre-Education 

Aftet JC: Northern Illinois 

University 
Activities: Boosters 2; SEA 1, 2; 

WAL 1,2. 
Hobbies: Bowling, basketball 
BARBARA C. MACKAY "Barb" 



loll, 



ii : 1 1 



Liberal Arts 

Hobbies: Music, traveling 

ROBERT J. MADJAK "Bob" 



After JC: Northern Illinois 

University 
Activities: Business Club 1. 2; 

Lettermen 1.2; Baseball 1; 

Basketball 1.2 
Hobbie 



sports 



Hall Lounging Is Favorit* 



JAMES R. MADSEN "Skinner" 

Lemont. Illinois 

Earth Science 

Activities: Lettermen 1,2; Baseball 1,2. 

PETER K. MAITLAND "Pete" 

Joliet. Illinois 

Pre-Commerce 

Activities: Business Club 1.2; Social Council 1 

MARY FRAN MALI "Frannie" 

Joliet, Illinois 

Pre-Education 

After JC: Northern Illinois University 

Activities: Boosters 2; SEA 1.2; WAL 1.2. 

Hobbies: Bowling 



ROSE ANN MALINOVICH 
Rockdale, Illinois 
Libera] Arts 

After JC: Eastern Illinois University 
Activities: Boosters 1,2; Business Club 2; JC C r 
WAL 1,2; Social Council 1: Student Coum 
RICHARD MARASSO "Dick" 
Joliet, Illinois 
Libetal Arts 

After JC: Northern Illinois University 
JAMES A. MARKSTROM 
Joliet, Illinois 
Pfe-Commerce 

After JC: University of Illinois 
Activities: Business Club 1,2. 





NORMAN K. MAROCCO "No 
Lockport. Illinois 
Chemislry 
Hobbies: Sports 



DONALD C. MARTIN 
Joliet, Illinois 
Pre- Commerce 
After JC: Northern mil 



Business Club 1. 



Swrng Band 1, 2 (Manager 2). 
Hobbies: Music, golf 



Ray McCabe, Jack Beallis, and Linda Eddy talk about 
plans for graduation and for the future. 




Pastime for Sophomores . . . 




DOUGLAS MARTIN 

Mahtomed. Minnesota 

Chemrstry 

ROBERT J. MASLAN "i 

Lockpon. Illinois 

Business 

After JC: Insurance Bus 

Activities: Baseball 1.! 

Hobbies: Hunting, outc 

STEVE MASTERS 



ARTHUR HENRY MAUE "Art" 

Orland Park. Illinois 

Agriculture 

After JC: University of Illinois 

JAMES L. MAURO "Chico" 

Gardner, Illinois" 

Business 

After JC: Accountanr 

Activmes: Business Club 1; Baseb; 

Hobbies: Baseball and basketball 

ROBERT E. MEEK "Bob" 

Joliet, Illinois 

L. A. S. --Biology 

After JC: Southern Illinois Univers 

Activities: SEA 2. 

Hobbies: Classical music, science 



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JAMES PATRICK MEYER "Osc 

Jolier. Illinois 

Physical Education 

After IC: Southern Illinois 

University 
Activities: Lettermen 1.2; Base 

ball 2; Football 1.2. 
Hobbies: Weight lifting, sports, 

swimming, boating 



DUANE L. MICKELSON 

Morris, Illinois 

Chemistry 

After JC: University of Ulii 




. 




Between classes seems like a great time to exercise one's 
pitching arm; anyway, Jack Fenili seems to think so. 



Winter Activitie 



DONNA 


M. MILLER 




New Lenox, Illinois 




Pre-Educ 


a lion 




After JC- 


Illinois State Normal University 


Activitie 


s: SEA 1.2. 




Hobbies: 


Playing the organ, bowl 


"g 


COSMO 


A. MISISCHIA "Cos" 




Joliet, Illinois 




After JC: 


Southern Illinois Univer 


ity 


Activitie 


s: Boostets 2; Veterans 2 




RICH G. 


MODERY "Dick" 





JERRY MORRIS 

Joliet, Illinois 

Physical Education 

After JC: Florida State University 

Activities: Lettermen 2: Football 2 (Co-Captain). 

Honors: Junior College All American Team 

JAMES E. MORSE "Jim" 

Joliet. Illinois 

Pte-Medical 

After JC: Wheaton College 

Activities: SMS 1,2. 

Hobbies: Reading, golfing 

DIANE R. MROZEK "Mrozie" 



:,.-:,. 



mi 



I?? 



Pre -Education 

After JC: Southern California 
Activities: Boosters 2; SEA 1,2; WAL 1. 
Hobbies: Sports 




JAMES D. NELSON 
Plainfield, Illinois 



" 



: Edu 



After JC: Eastman School of Music 
Activities: JC Choii 1,2; IC Play- 

ets 1,2; SEA 2: Spting Musical, 

One Act Plays. 
JOSEPH WALTER NICHOLS "Joe - ' 
Joliet, Illinois 
Pie-Education 

After JC: Illinois State Notmal Univet 
Activities: Ptess Club 1; SEA 2. 
Hobbies: Reading, music 
ROBERT M. NICHOLS "Bob" 
Pie- Education 

Aftet JC: Northern Illinois University 
Activities: JC Choii 1, 2 (Vice-Piesidi 

JC Playeis 1.2. 



H.Vih.. 



Musi 



and Dtan 



JOHN NICHOLSON "Nick" 

New Lenox, Illinois 

Electtonics 

Hobbies: Hunting, photogiaphy 

AGNES ANN NOVY 

Wilmington, Illinois 

Pre-Education 

Aftet JC: Illinois State Normal Unii 

Activities: SEA 1,2; WAL 1. 

JON D. O'DONNELL 

Joliet. Illinois 

Engineering 



Aftei JC 



Univetsity of 1 
s: Engineets 1; Let: 
Baseball 1; Tennis 1.2. 

Rifle shooting, hunting 




attract Sophomores 




CAROL R. ORSINI 

Johet, Illinois 

Libeial Arts 

Aftet JC: Northern University 

Activities: SMS 1; WAL 1,2 (Teacher's Ed. Scholarship). 

Hobbies: Swimming, tennis 

ARLENE A. OTIS 

New Lenox. Illinois 

Pre-Medical 

Aftet JC: Medical Technology Training 

Activities: SMS 2; SEA 1. 

Hobbies: Music 

CLIFFORD PARKIS "Cliff 

Wilmington, Illinois 



Busi 



; Club 2. 



DANIELLE PAULY 

Lockport. Illinois 

Pre-Education 

EARL PETERSEN "Pete" 

Joliet. Illinois 

Pre-Dental 

Activities: SMS 1.2. 

ALMA J. PETERSON "Jean" 

Joliet, Illinois 

Medical Technology 

Activities: SMS 1,2; WAL 1,2. 



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HELEN A. PEZZE 

Joliet, Illinois 

Pre -Education 

After IC: Northern Illinois University 

Activities: Boosters 1; JC Choir 1; SEA 2; WAL 1.2. 

JODEANNE L. PFEIFFER "Jo" 

Joliet. Illinois 

Pre- Education 

After JC: Carthage College 

Activities: JC Choir 1,2 (Se 

Hobbies: Swimming, tennis 

KAREN L. PICKETT 



i Leader 2); WAL 1,2 



Joli, 



I!! 



Liberal A 
After JC: 



University of Illi 



JEANNETTE C. PLNNICK "Peps" 

Lockport. Illinois 

Liberal Arts 

After IC: University of Illinois 

Activities: JC Players 1,2 (Secretary 1, Correspond- 
ing Secretary 2); WAL 1; Smoker and Lounge 
Committee 1; Press Club 1,2; BLAZER 1; COLLEG: 
CASUALS 1. 

Honors: Honor Guide 1 

Hobbies: Sewing, cooking, jazz 

THOMAS PISKUR 

GERALD E. PIUS "Jerry" 

Lockport. Illinois 

P. E. --Social Science 

Activities: Lettermen 1.2: Baseball 1.2; Football 2. 

Hobbies: Sports 



Sophomores Prepare 



NICHOLAS H. PRIDDY "Nick" 



Joli, 



Uln 



Pre-Education 

After JC: Air Force 

Activities: JC Choir 1.2 (Robe Chairman 1). SEA 1.2; 

Student Council 1; JC Players 1,2; Swing Band 1,2; 

Technical Director for One-Act. 
Hobbies: Fishing, hunting, swimming 
WILLIAM C. PURDY 



loli. 



uiii 



Pre -Foreign Service 

After JC: Georgetown University 

Activities: Press Club 1,2; Photogtapher for SHIELD 1, 

2 and BLAZER 1,2. 
Hobbies: Music. Photography 
MIKE OUIRAM 



J..|i. 



Pre-Dental 



JUDITH A. RAKOSKI "Judy" 



After JC: Northern Illinois Univ 
Activities: Boosters 1,2; Busine: 
1; WAL 1.2; Cheerleader 1. 
JERRY RANDOLPH "Abe" 
Joliet, Illinois 
Pre -Commerce 

After JC: University of Illinois 
Activities: Business Club 1. 
RICHARD E. ROBINSON "Rick" 
Joliet, Illinois 
Business Administration 
Activities: Baseball 1. 



Club 1.2; JC Players 





Margaret Boydston, who plans to major in music at Tul- 
sa University in Oklahoma, gets in as much time prac- 
ticing as possible. 



PAULA S. ROSS "Susi 



Jolii 



i:::i 



Pre-Physical Therapy 

After JC: University of Wisconsin 
Medical School 

Activities: Boosters 1,2; JC Choit 
1; SMS 1.2; WAL 1.2; Cheer- 
leader 1,2; Orchesis 1.2. 



GERALD E. RUETTIGER "Jerry" 
Joliet. Illinois 
Technical Drawing 
Hobbies: Records and guitar 




:>r Senior Colleges . . . 




BONNIE J. RYDELL "Bon Bon" 

Mokena. Illinois 

Music Education 

After JC: University of Illinois 

Activities: JC Choir 1.2; Libr; 

1.2; One Act Plays. 
DIANA SAMIOS "Sam" 



Jolii 



II I ii 



Pre-Education 

After JC: University of Illinois 

Activities: WAL 1.2 (Treasure! 

Council 2. 
Honors: Homecoming Court 1 
WARREN H. SCHWIESOW 



1), SEA 1: Student 



Pre-Commer< 
After JC: Un 



sity of niin 
less Club 2 



Hobbies: Sports 

JOHN M. SCHORIE "Buz 



Jolii 



Illl 



Pre-Commeree 

After JC: Northern Illinois University 

Acrivities: Business Club 1.2; Swing Band 1. 

Hobbies: Water skiing, music 

JIM L. SCOLARI 

Joliet, Illinois 

General 

After JC: Lewis College 

Activities: Lettermen2; Baseball 1.2. 

Hobbies: Fishing, hunting 

BONNIE SEIBERL1NG 



Joli< 



After JC: University of Illinois 
Activities: JC Players 2; WAL 1.2. 



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i [1 


S. SERDAR ' 


Snake' 




loli 


et, lllii 


lois 






Pre 


-Educat 








After JC: : 


'.'orthc 


rn 11] in 


OlS 




Univen 


;ity 






Acl 


ivines: 


Lette 


rmen 1 


.2: Pn 




Club 2 


Stude 


:nt Cou 


ncil 2 




Smokei 


and Lounge 


Comrr 




2: BLAZER 2; 


Sopho 


more \ 



GEORGINE N. SHAFFER "George" 
Lockport, Illinois 

After JC: Secretary 

Activities: Business Club 1 ; WAL 

2: Press Club 2: SHIELD 2; 

BLAZER 2. 
Honors: Honor Guide 1 
Hobbies: Swimming, tennis, 

bowling, music 




Danielle Pauly and Cos Misischia listen intently as Fred 
Rodriquez talks of his experiences in Europe while in the 
U. S. Navy. 



Plans Are Discussec 



PAUL E. SHEPLEY "Pete" 
loliet, Illinois 

Engineering 

After JC: University of Illinois 

JAN IS L. SIMPSON 

Joliet, Illinois 

Home Economics-Secretarial 

Activities: JC Choir 1.2 (Sect: 

Hobbies: Swimming, tennis 

JAMES M. SKIOTES "Skinny" 



Jolii 



II,: 



SUSAN J. SKOFF "Su 



Jolii 



niii 



i Leader 2); WAL 1,2. 



Liberal Arts 

After JC: Iowa University 

Activities: JC Choir 1; WAL 1.4: Head Cha 

Homecoming 2. WAL 1,2. 
LARRY D. SMALL 



Ma 



111: 



Agriculture Engineering 
After JC: Iowa S 
Activities: Engineers 
Hobbies: Bowling 
PATRICIA G. SMITH 



I'm: 



Jolii 



mil 



After JC: University of Illinois 

Activities: JC Choir 1 (Librarian 1); Boosters 2; JC 
Players 1; Press Club 1.2 (Secretary 2); WAL 1.2 
(President 2); Social Council 2; Student Council 2; 
SHIELD 1.2: Discussion Club 2. 

Honors: Honor Guide 1 



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ROBERT J. SMITH "Smitty" 

Joliet, Illinois 

Business 

After JC: Northern University 

Activities: Lettermen 1.2; Business Club 2; Baseb 

Head Chairman Homecoming 1; Head Chairrr 

Fall Formal 1. 
Hobbies: Water skiing, hunting, basketball 
WILLIAM R. SPARLIN "Bill" 
Wilmington. Illinois 
Physical Education 
Activities: Lettermen 1.2 (President 2); Student 

Council 1,2; Basketball 1.2. 
ROBERT A. STARTZ, JR. "Bob" 
Lockport. Illinois 
Liberal Arts 
Activities: Baseball 1,2 

ROBERT J. STEPHENS "Bob" 



Jolii 



Dlin 



After JC: Ferris Institute, Big Rapids, Michiga 
Activities: Business Club 2. 
Hobbies: Stock market 
WALTER STUBLER "Tubby" 



Jolii 



After JC: University of Illinois 
Activities: JC Players 2. 
ROBERT G. SYMMONDS "Bob" 
Joliet. Illinois 
Pre-Commerce 

After JC: Northwestern Universi 
Activities: Swing Band 1. 
Hobbies: Music 




\mor\q Sophomores . . 




EDWIN A. TERMUENDE 
Lockport. Illinois 
Agriculture Chemistry 
ROBERT H. THOMPSON 
Lockport. Illinois 

After JC: Farming 
Hobbies: Hunting, mech; 
JUNE M. TOMASTICK 



Jolii 



nui 



Liberal arts and Sciences 

After JC: Concordia Teachers College 

Activities: JC Choir 1,2 (Treasurer 2); JC Players 1,2; 

SNEA 1,2 Co-Chmn. . School and Community 

Service. 
Hobbies: Music 

ANTHONY J. TRA1NA "Kid" 

Joliet, Illinois 

Science 

After JC: Northern University 

Hobbies: Chemistry, hunring 

PATRICIA A. TRESEDER "Pat" 

Lockport, Illinois 

Liberal Arts 

After JC: University of Oklahoma 

Activities: Press Club 1.2 (Vice-President 1); WAL 1; 
Student Council 1.2; SHIELD 1.2 (Editor 2): 
BLAZER 1; Homecoming Court 2; Head Chmn. 
Spring Formal 1. 

Honors: Honor Guide 1 

Hobbies: Art. tennis 

ELAINE B. TROUSIL 



Jolii 



mil 



al Science 

ss: Shield 1; Press Club 1; Booste 



127 




NORMAN D. VAN DYKE "Norm" 
Dwighr. Illinois 
Anthropology 

After IC: University of Michigan 
Hobbies: Swimming, rocks, camping 
MARILYN VIDMAR "Mar" 
loliet, Illinois 
Pre-Education 

After JC: National College of Education 
Activities; JC Choir 1,2; SEA 1,2; WAL 1.2. 
Hobbies; Voice, bowling, piano 
ROBERT I. WALKER "Jerry" 
Lockport. Illinois 
Engineering 

After JC: University of Illinois 

Activities: SHIELD 2; Press Club 2; JC Players 1; En- 
gineers 1. 

EDNA L. WARD 

Joliet. Illinois 

Pre-Education 

After JC: Illinois State Normal University 

Hobbies: Music, piano 

JAMES P. WARTHEN "Jim" 

Joliet, Illinois 

General 

Activities: Football 2. 

DON E. WEBER "Abe" 

Lemont. Illinois 

Pre-Education 

Aftet JC: Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

Activities: Business Club 1; Lettermen 1,2; Baseball 

1.2; Basketball 1. 
Hobbies: Golf, piano 



WEBER "Albe 



Business 

CHARLENE A. WESTERWELLE "Cha 



Join 



Mill 



Liberal Arts 

After JC: University of Illinois 

Activities: JC Players 1.2 (Vn 

Council 2; Orchesis 1.2. 
NANCY J. WHITE "Nance" 



Joli. 



i::.i 



Pre-Education 

After IC: Illinois Slate Normal I 

Activities: SEA 2. 

CAROLYN WICKS 

Joliet. Illinois 

Pie-Medical 

Activities: JC Players 1; SMS 1, 

JEROME M. WIDLOWSKI "Chow 



lolu 



Ulii 



Pre- Dental 

Activities: Lettermen 1, 2 (Secretary- Tts 

SMS 1,2; Student Council 1; Freshma 

President; Basketball 1,2. 
DENNIS V. WILHELMI "Denny" 
Minooka. Illinois 
Business 

After JC: North Texas State College 
Activities: Business Club 1,2; Lettermen 

ball 1,2. 
Hobbies: Swimming, cars 



178 





GARY G. WILHELMI "Gar" 

Joliet. Illinois 

Pre- Medical 

.After JC: University of, Illinois 

Activities: Lettermen 1,2 (Vice 
President 2): SMS 2; Smoker 
and Lounge Committee 
(Chairman 2); Baseball 1,2; 
IIC Discussion Club. 

Hobbies: Books, fishing, jazz, 
leinenkugeling 




. . their last winter at JJC. 



Sophomores Take a Last Look 




DENNIS S. WILLS 

Morris, Illinois 

Pre-Medical 

After JC: University of Illinois 

Activities: SMS 2. 

PATRICIA B. YENTZ "Pat" 

loliet. Illinois 

Pre -Nursing 

After JC: University of Illinois 

Activities: SMS 1,2; Social 

Council 1. 
KENNETH E. ZIMMERMAN "Ken" 
Mokena. Illinois 
Industrial Training 
After JC: Northern Illinois Universi 
Hobbies: Civil War history 



JAMES E. GARRISON 
Joliet, Illinois 
Pre-Law 

After JC: University of Illinois 

Activities: Lettermen 1.2; Student Council 1; Fresh- 
man Class President; Basketball 1.2. 
ROBERT LEWIS 
Joliet, Illinois 



129 




In Memoriam 

David Leroif Underhill 



David L. Underhill of Lockport, a Joliet Junior Col- 
lege sophomore, was only nineteen when an unfortunate 
swimming accident took his life in the summer of 1960. 
When this tragedy occurred, all those who knew Dave 
realized that they were deprived of the companionship of 
an individual of integrity, sportsmanship, courtesy, and 



wit. Substituting sheer desire for ability in striving for 
achievement, he evoked admiration from those who 
watched him work. His charitable trait of helping his 
friends and acquaintances, no matter what the incon- 
venience may have been, was an inspiration to them. 



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Student List and Index 



,'Sn 



: Jan 



85 



Adamson. Richard 109 

Aellig, lames 102 

Aeschliman, Patricia 34,100 

Aggelopoulos, Barb 35,44.85 

Airoldi, John 85 

Albrecht, Albert 

Alden. Priscilla 14.35,44,85 



Aide 



:np 



Aldridge, James 85 
Alexander, John 44,43.85 
Allan, Noble 102 
Allen, Charles 30, 109 
Allen. James 25. 109 
Allen, Larry 109 
Allen. Thomas 109 
Alltson, Bev 109 
Allison. Susan Frances 34, 100 
Alphin, Paul 102 
Amiot. Sandra SS 
Andersen, Kenneth 
Anderson, Barbara 
Anderson, Betty 38,43,85.100 
Anderson. Carl 35 
Anderson. Janice 
Anderson, Judi 85 
Anderson. Judith 102 
Anderson. June 
Anderson. Karen 42.85 
Andrew. Sharon 85 
Antomni, Helen 14. 109. 117 
Arellano. Tony 102 
Arnagno. James 85 
Arlagno, Nancy 102 
Azuma, Henry 28,29, 31, 85 

B 
Babcock. James 
Babich, Bob 
Babich, Don 
Bachara, Richard 85 
Baer, Jo 35,85 
Baer. Sue 35, 110 
Bailey. James 
Bailey, Randal 85 
Baker, Joseph 85 
Baldazzi, Fred 30 
Bales, Gerald 102 
Balius, Lou Ann 85 
Ballard. Stanley 110 
Balog, Sandra 25, 110 
Baltzell, Wanda Lee 102 
Baran, Walter 32, 110 
Barcelona, Frank 110 
Barr, Mary 85 
Bates, Roberta 102 
Batis. Dennie Sue 110 
Bato, Robert 40,48,85 
Baumann, Nicholas 85 
Baxa, Ronald 85 
Beahm, Donald 85 
Beallis, Jack 121 
Beaudoin, Nicolas 110 
Beck, Charles 31. 110 
Beck, John 

Becker. Carl Dennis 85 
Becker, Mary Ann 38,43,85 
Becker, Robert 30,85 
Bedford, Don 34, 111 
Bell, Helen 
Benac, Janice 34,85 
Benck. Ruth 111 

Bennett, Margaret 20,29,39,85,94 
Bensen. Barbara 86 
Benson, James 30,86 
Benson, Robert 102 
Benus, John 102 
Berard, Dave 86 
Berard, Gerald 102 
Berger, Jerry 86 



Bernoteit, Judy 86 
Bethell, Robert 86 
Biskie, Joan 
Bitter. Bonnie 34. 100 
Blaesing, Robert 
Blatt, Douglas 111 



'•:,■■ 



. :.■ 



Blogg. Charles 86 

Bobak. George 

Boehme, Juanita 86 

Boland, Patrick 28,38,39, 111 

Boland, Ray 111 

Bolte. William 103 

Bonds, Alex 86 

Book, Lynn 111 

Booth. Sally 25.35,70,86 

Borowski. Denis 86 

Boucher. Gerald 86 

Bourg. Leo S6 

Boyd, Douglas 86 

Boydsron, Margaret 42,111,125 

Boykin, Don 41, 48 

Braasch, Tom 86 

Brandon, Howard 48.86 

Brannberg, Everett 42. 86 

Brannberg. Linda 43.111 

Brei. Mick 86 

Brockman. George 111 

Btockman, Raymond 31.86 

Biomberek, Kenneth 

Brower, Paul 28,59.86 

Brown. Donald 28.37.48,99,111 

Brown, Lesrer 

Brunner, Don 

Brunner. George 31 

Bucciarelli, Terry 48,86 

Buck, Diana 42.86 

Bulkley, Bob 86 

Bull. Edwin 86 

Bullifin, William 111 

Bump. Charles 90 

Bundy. Robert 

Burke, Charles 

Burton, Thomas 86 

Buss, Paul 

Bullet, Jetty 111 

Burterbach. Richard 30. 86 

Button, Don 86 
C 

Cagwin, Joann 

Cagwin, Sandra 87 

Caldwell, Curtis 38,87 

Campbell. Nobbie 36 

Campbell, Thomas 87 

Canaday, James 87 

Cap, John 

Capisra, Linda 14 

Carey. William 

Carli. Ray 112 

Carlisle, Boyzell 102 

Carlson, Lloyd 112 

Carlson. Richard 48,87 

Carlson, Richard W. 

Carnegie, Andrea 87 

Carnett, Ronnie 

Carr, Thomas 87 

Carroll, Elbett 87 

Carter, Bonnie 87 

Cassell. William 37 

Castiglioni, Therese 112 

Catatello. Juliette 

Catarello, Vincent 

Cavanaugh. Mary K. 87 

Cavazos, Frank 

Cepon, Frank 37 

Cercello, Kenneth 87 

Cetnugel, William 87,109 

Cetven, Mary 87 

Challender, Peggy 

Chalsttom, Phyllis 25,87 

Chapas. Sranley 



Chavez, Richard 87 

Cheek, Caryl 

Chinski, Daniel 

Chopp, Jim 87 

Chovan, Marlene 44 

Christensen. Ronald 102 

Chtistiansen. Roger 87 

Churnovic. Larry 

Cieslak, Alex 87 

Ciukowski. Mary Lee 

Clark, Marilyn 87 

Claussen. Paul 102 

Cleaver, Jerry 

demons, Maxine 

Clink, Robert 40,43 

Coleman, Clementine 38.87.112 

Collins, Thomas 

Collins. William 

Collopy. Richatd 37 

Comerford, Virginia 34.87 

Conrad. Brian 

Conros, Tony 102 

Cooper, Gerald 102 

Cornelius, Ronald 87 

Corp, Roger 112 

Costable, Deanna Marie 35,87 

Cotter, Richard 112 

Couch, Doris 87 

Covlli. Larry 40, 87 

Covington, Chafles 

Coy.. Sharon 112 

Ctader, Kelly 112 

Craig. Ronald 

Crane, Patticia 87 

Creer. Allan 

Crieghton, Joseph 

Cresro. Ron 87 

Cronholm, Sharon 87 

Crosby. Doris S7 

Crosby, Marion 87 

Crosetto, Ronald 87 

Ctotty. Ftank 41,48,87, 110 

Crowther, Mike 

Crowe, Phillip 102 

Cummings, Carolyn 112 

Cunico, Gerald 87 

Cunningham, Judy 

Cupples, Dale 87 

Curtis, Michele 87 

D 
D'Amico. James 87 
Daniels, Inez 87 
Daniels. Kenneth 
Darguzis. Janice 87 
Darin, Louis 40. 112 
Darin. William 41.48,87 
DaRosa, Gary 87 
Davies. Llewellyn 43, 87 
Davis, Harlan 28,108,112 



Dav 






87 



Davis. Kathleen 
DeBu, Doris 112 
DeClue. Berniece 87 
Decman. James 
DeLay, Larry 102 
DelSasso, Gayland 
DeMink, Richard S8 
Demko, Ray 102 
Denker, Glenna 
Deutsche, Lee 102 
DeVote, Eldon 88 
Dickey, Ftank 102 
Dietz, Jack 88 
Dillon, Pattick 11 
DiMonte, Sylvia 88 
Donoffti, John 48.88 
Dixon, Loren 88 
Dobbs, Donalee 113 
Dockendorf. Charles 88 
Dombrowski. Richard 41. 
Donahoe, Thomas 88 
Donnelly. Fred 



Doran, Edward 88 
Dowell. Earl 113 
Downen, Ronald 88 
Downey. Diane 88 
Drancik, Robert 48 
Drobnak, Mickey 
Drumm, Ronald 
Drysch, Ed 102 
DuChance. Larry 88 
Duchene. Gayle 113 
DoFresne, William 102 
Dunajewski. Loretta 8S 
Duncan, Paul 88 
Dunker, Nancy Carol 100 
Dunn, Gerry 88 
Durant, Robert 88 
Dutkiewicz, Robert 113 
Dutkiewicz, William 

E 
Earley, Maxine 
Earls, David 28,31.113 
Eaton, Geotge 88 
Eddy. Linda 113.121 
Edmon, Joe 34,38,39. LL3 
Edson, Edward 88 
Edwards, Frances 113 
Egizio, Dominic 88 
Egizio, Jeanette 88 
Eibel, George 102 
Eicher, Harry 88 
Eisen, Paul Martin 88 
Ellena, Joyce 34,88 
Elliott, Joan 88 
Elwood, John 28,37 
Embling, Jim 
Emerson, Bill 
Emerson, Debby 114 
Emperor, Robert 
Engle, William 44,88 
Engvall. Charles 88 
Enich, Joan 88 
Enich, Nadine 88 
Enix, James 102 
Ennis, John M. 
Etheridge, Phyllis 88 



Eva 



Pat 



Eyrich, Richard 30,40.114 

F 
Failing. Jason Jr. 
Falbo, Ronald 88 
Farmer, Robert 102 
Farnsworth, Sally 38,88 
Fazio, Richard 88 
Feil, Gary 88 
Felbinger, JoAnn 38,-88 
Felix, John 88 
Feltz, Jacqueline 88 
Fenili. John 35, 114, 122 
Fetguson, Lance 
Finch, John 31,129 
Fischer, Carol 88 
Fiser, Carol 88 
Fisher, Paul 40,43,88 
Fiske, Kenton 31.88 
Fitzgerald. Charles 88 
Fleming. David 
Flurkey, David 102 
Ford, Ronald John 88 
Foreman, Ralph 88 
Fornango, James 
Foster. Tyrone 88 
Fracaro, Mark 31,42,44,89 
Frampton, Carolyn 34, 100 
Francescon, Judith 102 
Franzen, Ronald 32, 89 
Frattinger, John 89 
French, Davy 114 
Frescura, William 48,114 
Freter, Carol 89 
Fretty, Tom 89 
Fretty, Verna 89,103 
Frojd, Richard 
Fruin, Robert 114 
Fruland, Douglas 89 
Furlane, Emil 
G 
Gable. John 
Gaefke. Sharon 114 



Galli, Rita 115 

Garcia, DaLinda 38,89 

Gardner, Roy 

Gargrave, Wayne 89 

Garrett, Terry 42,43, 115 

Garrison, Jim 129 

Garson, John 89 

Gaskin, LeRoy 103 

Gaspich, Virginia 115 

Gast, John 103 

Gaszak, John Charles 89 

Geddes, Ron 115 

Gelatka, Robert 103 

Gelatka. William 89 

Geleto, Walt 89 

Germain, Gerald 

Giardina. Judith 

Giarrante, Gary 

Gilmore, Bonnie Caryl 34,100 

Gilmore, Kenneth 89 

Girard, Tally 89 

Glavan, James 103 

Gleason. Margaret 89 

Gleason, Michael 

Goebel. Arthur 

Goepper, Chloe 15,43, 115 

Golobitsh, Tony 115 

Gonzales, Art 41,89 

Goranson, Clyde 103 

Gordon, Nanch 89 

Gould, Don 41,48.89 

Govoni. Robert 89 

Govostis, Constance 89 

Govostis, Ruth 38,89 

Grable, Larry 89 

Graham, Robert 

Grauer, Stanley 

Graves, Thomas 

Gray, Pamela June 74,89 

Greene, James 115 

Gregg, John 24,34,48.49,89 

Greggain. Daniel 115 

Griffin. Tom 89 

Grimm. James 89 

Grinton. Diane 89 

Grohar, Kenneth 

Gross, David L. 34.43, 115 

Grumish, Donna 89 

Grybash, Allen 86,89 

Gualdoni, John 90 

Guertin, Paul 

Guidetti, Terry 40.90 

Gullicksen. Karen 35,36.42,90 

Gurney, Charlotte 90 

H 
Habenicht, Roger 103 
Hacker, Rose Anna 115 
Haggerty, Robert 
Hajduk, Wayne 90 
Hammer. Noralyn (Raino) 115 
Hammond, Richard 40.43.90 
Hancock. James 115 
Hanley, Edward 90 
Hanley, Judith Ann 34,100 
Hanson, Violet 90 
Harder, James 90 

Hareld, Doris Mae 15,28,30,36,116 
Harmening, Charles 116 
Harney, L. W. 
Harrigan, Jim 90 
Harris, Charles 116 
Harris. James 

Harrison. Mary Ann 28,29,36.84,90,99 
Hartell, Robert 41,48,90 



Stev 



103 



Hai 

Hattung, La 

Hartwig, Dawn 33,36,59,116 

Hasenjaeger, Dave 

Hatton, Ruth 

Hawes, Maurine 35, 90 

Hawkinson, Larry 11,70 

Haynes, Lynmoore 90 

Heath, Curt 90 

Heatherwick, Alan 103 

Heavens. Jerry 116 

Heeg, John 

Heeg. Pearl 

Heeg. Robert 90 



Heichemer, Suzan 

Heiman, Norman 90 

Hellberg. Davideen 90 

Hemphill, Lois 38,89, 116 

Henneberry, Paul 90 

Hennessey, Dave 41,48,90 

Herath, Richard 116 

Herbst. Lynn 30,90 

Herringer, James 90 

Hertko, Sharon 

Hertzmann, Richard 116 

Hibler. Arnold 103 

Hibner. William 11 

Hickman, Jeanine 44,90 

Hill, Al 90 

Hill, Jesse 90 

Hill, Lawrence 90 

Hills, Margaret Lynn 36,116 

Hilton, Ronald 90 

Hinze, Bill 

Hirner, Brian 90 

Hish, Gary 90 

Hnetkovsky. Judy 116 

Hochevar, Kenneth 91 

Hoffman, Sharon 116 

Holl, Charles 91 

Hollenberg, Beatrice 

Hollis, Ronald 91 

Holmes, Stella 42,91 

Holt, Charles 

Homerding. Robert 41.48 

Hood, Jerome 40, 91 

Hopman, Ann 91 

Hoppins, Raymond 34,91 

Horvath, Peter 91 

House, Thomas 41,48.91 

Houseknecht, Debby 43,44,91 

Howk. Penny 42,91 

Hritz, Judie 116 

Hughes, Ronald 38,39.41,48,91 

Hulina, Richard 91 

Hunsley, Patricia 91 

Hurst. David 38,42,91.97 

Hutchings, James 91 

Hutchinson. Earl 117 

Hute, Randall 103 

Hutson. Neal 117 

Hutten, Lawrence 

Hylka, Peter 103 

I 
Imig. Dale 42,91 
Israelson, N. R. 
Ivins, Richard 91 

J 
Jackson. Charles 117 
Jackson, Ralph 91 
Jacobs, Gil 20,31,91 
Jager, Barbara Jean 100 
James, John 91 
Jandura, Matt 91 
Jeffries, Charles 117 
Johnson, Charles 91 
Johnson, David 103 
Johnson, Gerald 91 
Johnson, Joyce Ann 91 
Johnson, Lawrence 35,44,117 
Johnson, Mary Ann 
Johnson, Patricia 36 
Johnson, Robert 91 
Johnson, Thomas Lee 91 
Johnson, Tom 91 
Johnson, Warren 
Johnson, Wayne 38, 39, 117 
Johnston, David Bruce 34,117 
Johnston, Larry 91 
Johnston, Mary Ann 100 
Joly, Robert 91 
Jones, David 91 
Jones, John 117 
Jorgensen, Andy 48 
Jorgensen, Fred 48,91 
Jorn, Janet 91 
Joyce, Charles 118 
Joyce, James 32, 91 
Judniek. Janet 30,42,91 
Julian. Jerry 



Kaatz, Ronald 
Kahrl, James 
Kaleta. Albert 21.91 
Kaluzny. Paul 91 
Kamnikar, Edward 
Kanoski. Thomas 91 

Kay. Gordon 118 

Keating. Kathleen 91 

Keef. Arnold 

Keeley. Edward Ivan 

Kegley. Robert 53 

Kehlenbach. Richard 91 

Keigher. Patrick 91 

Keller, Sally Pearl 100 

Kelly. Donald 103 

Kemp, Thomas 91 

Kennedy, Charles 

Kenney. Ruth 33.91. 110 

Kepner. Larry 103 

Kerr. Robert K. 41.48,91 

Kettwig, Dave 30.41.58.77.118 

Klely. Gerard 103 

Kienlen. John 28,37.59.90.91 

Kienlen. Tom 33.40.59,90,91 

Kimsey, Jon 31, 91 

King, Evelyn 103 

Kinzel. Walter 

Kinzler, Richard 

Kitsch. Baldur 91 

Klen. Jim 21. 118 

Klett, Nancy Lee 43, 92 

Knarr. Richard 92 

Knudson, Wynn 92. 102 

Knutson. Donald 103 

Knutson, Judith 38, 92 

Knutson, Robert 

Knutson, William 118 

Kobe, Nick 118 

Kochevar, Jim 37,114,118 

Kochevar. Stephen 30 

Koehler. Beverly 34, 100 

Koenig, Carol 35,39,89,92,97 

Koerner. Mike 41.48.92 



Koe 



<: 



Kokosz, Barbara 92 
Kon. Dorothy 92 
Korb, Bob 34.44, 118 
Kordewick, Gale Ann 34,100 
Kostecki, Michael 25,92 
Kotowicz, Andy 
Kovacevich, Nick 
Koval, Robert 92 
Kozak. Gerald 
Kozoman, Francis 31, 119 
Kozoman, Robert 103,119 
Kozoman, Ron 
Kramer, August 92 
Krapf, Bill 92 

Krebsbach, Angelika 15.34,100 
Kreis, Paul 
Krohn, Dave 103 
Krohn, Joan 39,44,45,76,119 
Krohn. Kaye 22.42.92 
Kloschell, Kay 92 
Krueger. Gary 92 
Kuban. Joseph 92 
Kucinic. Thomas 
Kulig, Kathleen Anne 
Kulof. Robert 92 
Kunis. John 
Kurator, Raymond 92 
Kureghian, Arthur 
Kurtyak. Don 
Kurtz, Charles 
Kurtz, Karl 103 
Kwarta, Dean 
L 
Laatz. Michael 92 
Ladrick, Michael 
LaFontaine. Curt 92 
Laken, Thomas 92 
Laken. William 30,41,119 
Lambakis, Mary Ann 30,92.97 
Lang. Stephen James 92 
Lange, Myrna 92 
Lanham, Ron 92 
Lapikas, John 48,92 
Larsen, Ann 92 



Larson, Tim 92 

Lasser, Frank 119 

Lau, Hogan 92 

Lauffer. Alma 40.42.92 

Lauffer. Steve 92 

Lawlor, Glenn 

Lawson. Kenneth 42.43.92 

Layette, Janice 92 

Legan. Lois 15.28.35,36.119 

Leifheit, Ken 

Leifheit. Randall 48. 92 

Leighton. Jane 28.36.108,117.119 

Leimbacher, Sue 119 

Lennert. Ed 41.48, 119 

Lennon. Daniel 103 

Leonard. Ira 85. 92 

Leos. Raul 92 

Lestina. Linda 92 

Levandowski, Jerome 92 

Lewis, Robert 129 

Liberty, Louis James 

Lientz. Mary Jean 92 

Lindblad, William 

Lindstrom, Carl 

Little. George 92 

Lloyd. William 

Lockhart. Harold 92 

Lockwood. Diane 103 

Lockwood, David 

Long, Larry 119 

Long, Steven 103 

Longman, John 28,43.48,119 

Liberatore. John 

Lopez. Mike 

Lott, Charles 103 

Low, Mary 120 
Lucas, Warren 
Luebs. William 92 
Lukancic, Angela 24,92 
Lukasevich. Nicholas 92 

Lundeen. Gerald 38.39,120 
Lustick, David 92 

M 
MacDowell, Kathenne 93 



Mac 



Pan 



93 



Machaj, Barney 35,38.43.120 

Mack. Charlene 120 

Mackay. Barbara 120 

Mackey. Thomas 

MacOueen, Leona 

Madjak. Bob 120 

Madsen, James 120 

Magosky, Patrick 93 

Maguire. Alicia Diane 38 

Mahoney, Panicia 15,21.37,59,93.99 

Mahoney, Peggy 103 

Maichin, Karen 

Maitland, Peter 29, 120 

Maitland. Sharon 

Makovic, Sherrill 93 

Malcom, Bob 

Mali, Mary Fran 120 

Malinovich, Nick 

Malinovich, Roseann 28.120 

Malinovich. Steve 

Malone. Marjorie 34. 100 

Maloney. Helen 103 

Maly, Kenneth 

Mance. Jim 48.93 

Mancini. Larry 93 

Manfred . Robert 93 

Mann, Howard 93 

Mann, Kristin 93 

Mantia, Marshall 32 

Marasso, Richard 114,120 

Marco, William 103 

Marello. Louis 30,93 

Marion, Thomas 93 

Markstrom, James 

Markwell, David 93 

Marshall, John 93 

Marocco, Norman 121 

Martin, Don 40, 121 

Martin, Douglas 121 

Martin, JoAnn 59.86 

Martin. Stanley 93 

Matvic. Vincent 93 

Maslan, Robert 121 



Mason. Frank 93 

Masters. Stephen 121 

Maszak. Richard 

Matay. Marcia 

Matay, William 

Matesevac, Edward 48 

Mateski. Robert 

Mathews. Robert 93 

Mathisen. Larry 41,48.93 

Matlock, Robert 

Maue, Arthur 121 

Mauro. James 121 

McAfee, James 

McCabe, Ray 121 

McCarthy. John 

McCarthy, William 93 

McClain, Roger 

McChntock. Richard 93 

McCowan, Donald 93 

McCoy. Eleanor 103 

McDonald, Earl 93 

McDonald. John 48 

McGahey. Mary 

McGowan. Bernard 103 

McGovney. Mary Ellen 

McGuire. Jim 30,93 

McKay, Judith Ann 100 

McKinney, Jerilyn 38,93 

McMahon, Patricia 35,44,93 

McNelis, Dorothy 93 

McTee, William 94 

Meek, Robert 35, 121 

Meiferdt. Larry 103 

Menard, Patricia 34, 100 

Mentzer. Barbara 94 

Merfeld, Michael 94 

Merlo, Marietta 36,94 

Merrell. Barbara 94 

Meyer. David 94 

Meyer, James 48,94, 122 

Meyer, Thomas J. 94 

Meyers, Albert 40,43,94 

Michaels, Mary Ellen 34, 100 

Michel. Judy Lee 100 

Mickelson, Duane 122 

Miklic, Leonard 94 

Miller, Beverly 100 

Miller, Donna Mae 122 

Miller. Robert 94 

Misischia, Cosmo 25,32,122,126 

Misischia. David 94 

Mitzit, David 94 

Modety, Dick 122 

Mohalick. Ray 94 

Monsen. Linda 104 

Montgomery, Jacqueline 94 

Morgan. Glenn 104 

Morris, Clarence 104 

Morris, Jerry 48, 122 

Morris, Larry E. 94 

Morris, Verna Jane 100 

Morrison, Nancy Kay 34, 100 

Morrison, William 94 

Morse, James E. 122 

Mrozek, Diane 122 

Mrozek, Tom 104 

Muckler, William 

Muehler, Paula 94 

Mulvihill, Judy 94 

Munch. Robert 94 

Murphy. Dan 

Murphy. William 104 

Murray. H. Thomas 94 

N 
Nannemann, John 
Nay, Stephen 
Nelson, James D, 42, 123 
Nelson, James R. 
Nelson, Janess 34,104 
Nelson, William 94 
Nichols, Charles 
Nichols. Joe 35, 123 
Nichols, Robert 43,44,118.123 
Nicholson, Jane 
Nicholson. John 123 
Nicoll. John L. 94 
Nicoll, Martha 100 
Nolan. Lawrence 94 
Norris. James 30,94 
Novy. Agnes 35 



Nurczyk, Ken 94 
: yi an, I eslie ■; 

O 
Oberg, James 
Odenthal, John 104 
O'Donnell, Jon 123 
Olivetti, Judith 104 
Olsen, Lynn 94 
Omlor. David 
Onsgard, Mike 
Orosco, Paul 
Orr, Robert 94 
Orsini. Carol 123 
Otis, Arlene 123 
Otis, Patricia 
Ott, Joal 94 
Owen, Daniel 9o 

P 
Pajak, Thomas 95 
Palmer, William 35 
Paluzzi, Ronald 95 
Parris, John 
Paris, Ray 
Parkis, Cliff 123 
Passas. Jeanne 38,42,95 
Pasteris, James 95 
Pasternak, Patricia 95 
Patterson, James 
Paul, Steve 
Paulson, George 
Pauly, Danielle 123. 126 
Pavlich, James 95 
Pearson, Bonnie 14 
Pearson, Victor 
Peceniak, Mike 95 
Pell, Nick 95 
Pellegrini, Ken 104 
Pelton, Bill 
Petak. Jim 
Petan, William 95 
Peterman, Carolyn 95 
Petersen, Earl 123 
Peterson, Alma Jean 123 
Peterson, Betty 95 
Peterson, Chris 104 
Peterson, Darrell 95 
Peterson, Diane 
Peterson, Douglas 95 
Pererson, Larry 95 
Peterson, Thomas 42,95 
Peterson, William 104 
Petrinos, Ron 95 
Petterson, Pat 104 
Pezze, Helen 35, 124 
Pfeffinger, Margy Hope 100 
Pfeiffer, Jodeanne 43. 124 
Phelps, Carla 95 
Phillips, Sharon Kay 100 
Picciolo, John 95 
Picha, Bob 95 
Pickett, Karen 124 
Pierce, Charles C. 95 
Pierce, Frank 32 
Pierson, Douglas 
Pilon, Ronald 
Pilotte. Maria Rae 100 
Pinn, Christopher 95 
Pinnick, Jeannette 44. 124 
Piper, Jane Ann 34. 100 
Pirc, Frank R. 95 
Piskur. Thomas 124 
Pisut, Stephen 95 
Pius. Jerry 41,48. 124 
Plantinga, Sharon Gayle 34, 100 
Platko, Christina 34 
Pluth, Sandra 33.38,95 
Poe, James 104 
Pohl. John 42.95 
Pollock, Bernard 40.43,95 
Popek, Joanne 
Pozek, Bettieann 95 
Priddy, Nick 124 
Prince, Janet 95 
Procarione, Ron 95 
Provance. George A. 95 
Prynn, Patsy 
Purdy, William C. 124 
Purdy, William L. 


Querio, Bob 28,29,31,84.90,95,99 
Quiram, Mike 34,124 



Raab, Richard 104 

Racich, James 

Rademacher, James 95 

Ragan, Ronald 95 

Ragsdale, Rita 25,39,74,95 

Rakoski, Judith 59. 124 

Ralston, David 95 

Ramsey, William 34,95 

Randolph, Jerry 124 

Rantz, Gloria Mae 100 

Rapson, Phyllis 

Rayburn, Lee 

Reiss, William 95 

Reszel, JoAnn 95 

Reuter, William 95 

Richards. Harry 

Ricketts. Tom 

Riggen, Dorian 40 

Rinkenberger, Larry 

Roberts, Anita 95 

Roberts. James 32 

Robinson, Richard 124 

Rodeghiero. Scott 28,31,95 

Rodger. Robert 

Rodriguez, Frederick 32.95,126 

Roesel, Charles 95 

Rogers, Evelyn 104 

Rogers, Jack David 95 

Rogina, Robert 

Roman, Connie 95 

Roots, Jacqueline 35,44.95,113 

Ross, Paula 59. 125 

Rossetto, Edward 95 

Roth, David 42,96 

Rorhlisberger, Helen 96 

Rowe, Prudence 42,96 

Ruettiger, Gerald 125 

Rungaitis, James 

Rushing. James 96 

Rushing. Katharine 104 

Russ. Gerald 96 

Russell. Janice 96 

Rust. Sandra 96 

Ryan. William 

Rydell, Bonnie 28.125 

S 
St. Ange, William 
Salinas, Lionel 96 
Samios, Diane 28,36,125 
Sampson. J. Robert 104 
Sandahl, David G. 96 
Sandberg, Martha 24.96 
Sanders. Sandra 96 
Santini, Lydia 104 
Sayles, Robert 96 
Scherer. Paul 104 
Scheuber. Richard 104 
Schlosser, Ann 96 
Schmitt, Darryl 
Schoener, Frank 96 
Schorie, John 125 
Schroeder, Melanie Ann 96.97 
Schroeder. Terry 96 
Schultz. James Robert 
Schultz, Mary Ann 
Schulz, Bertha M. 96 
Schweizer, Ron 96 
Schwiesow, Warren 125 
Scolan, Jim 125 
Scott, George D. 41.48 
Scott, Jason 
Seaborg, Howard 96 
Seabron, Lenwood 96 
Segerberg. John 
Seiberling, Bonnie 125 
Selinger, Richard 96 
Semplinski, Paul 
Serdar, Ed 28,41,108,126 
Seron. Suien 96 
Setina, Henry 
Sexton, Kathleen 96 
Shaffer, Georgine 38,126 
Shaw, Wesley 
Shearin, Patricia 44,96 
Sheedy, Richard 
Shepley, Kay 44, 96 
Shepley, Paul 126 
Shoemaker, Bob 
Short, Wolfgang 96 
Sicinski, Jerry 28.32,99 



Siegmund, Jeanne 96 

Sifferd, Dorothy 

Simonic, Ron 

Simpson, Janis 36,43,126 

Simpson, Richard 32,96 

Simpson, Theodore Lee 42. 96 

Sitar, Robert 96 

Skinner, Richard 

Skiotes, James 126 

Skoff, Sue 117. 126 

Slaboszeski, John 96 

Slack, William 

Slatton. Doris Renee 25,96 

Slocum. Tom 96 

Small, Larry 31, 126 

Smego, Thomas R. 104 

Smith, Bryan 96 

Smith, Dale M. 

Smith. Donald 96 

Smith, Fred 96 

Smith, Noel 

Smith, Patricia 20,28.29,36,37,38,49,67.126 

Smith. Robert 127 

Smithberg, Ron 96 



Smu 



l'.l 



Snedic. Ronald 96 

Sontag, Bill 

Sorensen, Margaret 104 

Sorensen. Marilyn Lee 

Spalding, John 96 

Sparlin. William 41, 127 

Speckman. Joyce 25,29.36.43,44,59,86,96,103 

Spencer, Jack 96 

Spinks, Tom 96 

Spisak, Barbara 96 

Spivey, William 96 

Stachelski, Victor 96 

Stamm, Art 104 

Standard, Max 96 



Lew 



104 



Stangeland. Douglas 97 
Staples, Robert 97 
Stapleton, Edward 97 
Stariha, Winnie 97 
Startz, Marjorie 43,97 
Starrz, Robert 127 
Stath, Athena 97 
Steinmann, Fred 104 
Steinquist, Lyle 104 
Stenzel, Richard 
Stenzel, Russell 97 
Stephens, Robert 127 
Sterioti. Richard 50,97 
Sternisha, Rosalie 97 
Stonich. William 
Strappazon, Carol 36,97 
Stubler, Walter 127 
Stull, Marsha 35,44,45,97 
Sukle. James M. 97 
Sula. Steve 97 
Sullins, Victor 97 
Sullivan. Alan Carter 34,97 
Sullivan, John 97 
Sullivan. Nita 97 

Swan. Barry 
Sweedler. Ron 



Sha 



97 



Swinford. Donna Mae 97,103 
Sykes, James 31,48.97 
Symmonds. Robert 127 
Szymanski, David 104 

T 
Tanton, John 29,38,39,97.99 
Taylor, Dennis A. 30 
Taylor, Dennis D. 97 
Taylor, Lynn H. 
Taylor, Mari Kaye 97 
Tennant, Donna 104 
Terdick. Richard 97 
Termuende, Edwin 127 
Termuende. Irvin 
Thomas, Marsha 100 
Thompson, Douglas 
Thompson. John 
Thompson, Robert 127 
Thontlin, Jackie 97 
Tierney, Sandy 
Tiltins, Bruno 97 
Tintari, Patricia 100 
Tomas, Ronald 97 



Tomastick, June 35.43,44.127 

Tonelli, Ray 97 

Tousana, Ed 

Traina. Anthony 127 

Tratensek, Ted 97 

Travica. Paul 97 

Treseder. Patricia 15,33.39,99,127 

Ttipple, James 

Trizna, Francis 58 

Troughton, Thomas 33,41 

Trousil, Elaine 127 

Troutman, James 30 

Troutman, Lawrence 

Tryon. Steven 35 

Tunell, Sandra 43, 104 

Turnbough, Wilda 34, 100 

Turner. Carol M. 43 

Tyler, Billy E. 

Tyler, James 104 

U 
Uhren, Kenneth 
Urrello, Anthony 

V 
Vaksdal, Arrhur 
Valek, Peter 
VanAllen, Louise 35 
VanBeveren, Leslie 104 
Van Duyne, Herman 
VanDyke, Norman 128 
VanDyke, Parricia 
Vargas, Cecilia 35,38,43 
Vaneas, Don 
Vaughn, Ronald Ward 
Veach. Dick 
Vercelote, Louis 
Vicich, Richard 104 
Vidmar, Marilyn 42, 128 
Visconti, Robert 
Vrba, Andrew 



W 



Wa 



Ken 



94 



Walker, Dan 

Walker, John 

Walker. Julie 42 

Walker. Ken 

Walker. Robert J. 38.39,128 

Walkey, George 

Wallace, Edward 104 

Wallin, Wayne 

Walsh, John P. 34 

Walsh, Thomas 

Ward. Edna L. 128 

Ward, James B. 

Walthen. David 20 

Warthen, Jim 48,128 

Watkiss. John 

Watson, James 

Way, Richard 31 

Webb, Arthur 

Webber, Roger 

Weber, Don 41. 12S 

Weber, Ronald 128 

Weibeler. William 
Weinhold, Roger 

Welch, Carole 

Wells, Richard 

Welter, Robert Allan 

Wenger, William 20,40.42 

Wener, Larry 

Westerfield, Ron 

Westerwelle. Charlene 128 

Wetherbee, James 

Wetherbee, Janet 

Whalen, Roland 44 

Wheeler, Faye 

Wheeler. Thomas 

White. Nancy J. 128 

Whitler, Janice 30 

Whitman. Sarah E. 

Whitmer, Jerry 42. 104 

Whitmore, Paul 48 

Wicburg, Leona 

Wicks. Carolyn 34, 128 

Widlowski, Jerome 58, 128 

Widup, Wesley 

Wiechec. Francis 

Wiegmann. James 

Wigell. Gary 58,99 

Wilhelm. Herman 99 



Wilhelmi, Dennis 128 

Wilhelmi, Gary 21.37,41,129 

Willey, Gerald 28,29,34,37.84,90,99 

Williams, Betty 102 

Williams, Joan 99 

Williams, Ronald 

Williams, Tecola 99 

Williams. Terry 28.35.44.45.99 

Williamson. Janet 42,43.99 

Wills, Carol Jean 34 

Wills, Darlene 99 

Wills. Dennis Scort 129 

Wilson, Jerry 

Winke. Stanley 104 

Winterbottom, Ken 99 

Wiseman. Ray 99 

Wold. Gilbert 104 

Wolz, Don 

Wood. Brian Keeley 

Word, Armarie 104 

Wright, Dick 40.43,99 

Wrobel. Ronald 

y 

Yavorn, Allan 40, 99 
Yentz, Patricia 28. 34. 129 
Yeoman, Lynn 
Yocum, James 
Yother, Larry 99 
Young, Leon 
Young, O. Fraser 4S 
Yunker, Leslie 30.99 

Z 
Zahm, Wayne 
Zebell, Patricia 38.99 
Zelezmk. Joe 31, 99 
Ziech, Kent 34.99 
Ziesmer, Lawrence 
Zimmerman, Eleanor 99 
Zimmerman. Ken 129 
Zoran, Joe 



Faculty and 
Administration 

A 
Adler, Catherine M. 73 

B 
Bell. Gilbert 41.48,77 
Birkholz. John 37 
Board of Education 62 
Bonar, Doris 66 
Bondar, Eugene 29,78 
Brewer. Grace 35,71 
Brodie, Mary 76 
Brown. Leona 66 
Buell, Irma 68 
Burke, Robert P. 72 
Burns, William L. 74 

C 
Carroll. Delores 76 
Castle. Drew W. 31.79 
Chapin, June 69 
Chase. William 71 
Chrisman, Byron E. 73 
Corradetti. John 30,64.69 

D 
Dawson, Kathleen 76 
Day, Ben F. 72 
Dellinger, Elizabeth 69 
Dellinger, Hal 40,42,64,67 
D'Orazio, Jeannine 76 

E 
Edwards, Arnold 75 
Eggman, Carl 70 
Emery, Lola 65,69 
Erckmann, Norman 79 
Erickson, David 58,73 
Esworthy. Donald M. 65,75 
Evans, Glenn A. 78 

F 
Fahrenholz, George 4S, 77 
Fisher, Mary Louise 75 
Foote, Joan L. 74 






: 71 



French. John 64 
French. William 32,62 
Frenk, Eunice 74 
Frost, Ellery 79 

G 
Green, Donald J. 65.79 

H 
Hall, Zollie 69 
Harder. Richard 75 
Harrison, Barbara Ann 76 
Hoffer. Beulah 76 
Holt. Palmer 72 
Houseknecht, Bruce 67 
Hudzietz, Dorthe 69 
Hughes, William L. 68 

J 
Jammk, Elmer J. 69 
Johnson. Paul 65.72 
Johnson, W. W. 72 

K 
Kahle, William 69 
Klootwyck, Ray 77 
Kohl. Ernest 75 
Kurtz. Earl 67 
Kuster, Max 66 



Labella, Peti 



69 



Larson. Melvin J. 70 
Leatsler. Maynard 68 
Leinenweber, Harry D. 78 
Leksell, Russell 77 
Lemanski. Patricia A. 36,76 
Lenich, Steve 65,79,103 
Long, Marcie 67 
Longman, Louise 72 

M 
Mallary. Robert A. 73 
May. Melvin 75 
McAnally. Marian 72 
McCarter, Daniel 44.45,72 
McManus. Margaret 69 
Mecay, LeRoy 70 

N 
Nelsen. Everett C. 68 
Newman. Nancy 66 
Niessner, Gordon 79 

O 
Onsgard. Leonard 70 

P 
Parker. Kenneth 77 
Peterson. Emely M. 71 
Pottgen. Jacob 73 
Price. Robert L. 70 
Puddicombe, Edmund C. 34,65.68 

R. 
Racchini, Alfred 79 
Radke, Edward A. 
Rawlins. Herbert 79 
Revel. Elizabeth 76 
Robinson. Lewis 71 
Rowley. Elmer W. 11.63 

S 

Schilling. Elsa 74 
Schoenknecht, Charles 25.68 
Simpson, Henry B. 65,78 
Skidmore, Lottie 71 
Smith, Georgina 36.65,66 
Smith. Vera 73 

T 
Thackaberry. Mary 73 
Thalrose, Vera 76 
Tompkins. Floyd 71 
Thompson, James 78 

U 
Utgard, Russell 68 

W 
Walser, Herman 77 
Waltz. James 78 
Wells, George 68 
Williams. Wendell D. 75 
Wills, A. A. 78 
Wintersteen, Clayton 79 
Wood, Catherine 72 
Wood, Susan 28,64 

Y 
Young, Glenn 70 

Z 
Zimmer, Lloyd 79