Argo Community High School - Argolite Yearbook (Argo, IL)
- Class of 1947
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Editor in Chief ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,Vivian Kriz
Business Manager ,,,,, Ed Wittenlceller
Senior Editor ., W ,,,,,,,,, Esther Metskas
Senior Editor ,,,,,, ,,,,,
, ,,,,, Pauline Blazina
Class History ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Gladys Schauer
Staff Artist ,,,.,
Chief Typist ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, P earl Wagner
lunior Typist ,,,,
Sponsor ,,,,,,,,,, ,
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, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Mr. Eaaan
Book Plannina , ,,,, , Mrs. Harmon
Faculty Advisor, ,Mr. Louderloack
Principal , ,,,, ,
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Dorothy Brihqmcm, BS.
Carol Brock, AB., M.A.
Ruth Broom, AB., M.A.
Elsie Buser, B.Ed., MA.
Fred Cook, A.B., MA.
William Ecrqon, AB.
Robert P. Golonlccr, Ph. B.
Ruth Harmon, B.S.
Richard Hcruswcrld, BS.
Harriet Hendershot, Ph.B., Ph.M.
Rose Hopfner, B.A., B. of LS.
Ruth Kcxmin, M.A.
Charles Kusendcr, A.B., MA.
Everett Larsen, B.S., MA.
Harold Louderboclc, B.S., M.S
Lou Mciloy, B.S.
Mott McBride, M.A.
Anita Mtlleville, B.S., MA.
loseph Moss, B.S.
Hazel Phillips, Ph.B., MA.
Anthony Pyrz, B.S.
lohn Roberts, B.Ed.
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Today enthusiasm is great. Many type 40 words a minute at the end of the
This year many seniors are working in offices. Demand is still great for
Tomorrow, greater enthusiasm for: office practice, transcription, advanced
bookkeeping, new typewriters, calculators, comptometers, dictaphones, and
electric typewriters for use in a machine practice course.
Visual education supple-
ments regular classroom
activities. Actual showing
of the film is carried on by
, students. This visual pro-
gram makes use of films
from industry and large
S P E E C
Today in speech
tive rnain types ot
Perhaps, we shall
livelihood from one
ot these types.
We might have
Hope because of
tainrnent talks, or a
a result ot our
convictions, or a
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talks, or a Bill Stern
finally, hecause of
to gain action, We
have a General
The great challenge to the social
studies in tornorrow's world will be to
produce thinking citizens who are Will-
ing to take an active part in a dynamic
democracy. Tornorrow's classes must
teach more than tactsy they must stim-
ulate students to interpret these facts,
tor on correct interpretation will depend
our existence in the Atomic Age of to'
One World' The G
. ood Neighbor Policy! There is no better place to begin
the development of these ideas than in the study of foreign languages. Most
of our neighbors speak Spanish. Let's learn to speak it with them!
R E A D I N G
Our remedial reading program aims toward good work-study reading rela-
tionships, reading for life.
C A F E T E R I A
W'e offer an attractive, nutritious lunch for twenty cents.
Tomorrow, we enlarge the cafeteria and have more equipment
in way of refrigeration and better storage facilities. This will mean
a wider selection of foods.
We look forward to a vocational class in cafeteria management.
p ges 2, 3, 38 and 67
CHARLES E. WINGO
Herbert C. Swanson
Christ L. Dineff
Charles I. Bulow
Hurry L. Stone
THE PRINCIPAL'S LETTER
3 ag anc!.1morrow
Great are these words in the lives of the students at Argo Com-
munity High School. As you live today, you deeply touch the
tomorrow. All of the habits, emotions, inhibitions, cmd sincerity
of purposes you acquire today greatly determine the human
engineering machinery that will be yours to use in the tomorrow
of a good, stimulating, at times frustrating, world of great action.
Naturally the board of education, administration, faculty, and
constituency of this school are much concerned that you become
equipped today with a balance of living controls that will serve
you well in this competitive world of exciting change.
Seniors, we especially congratulate you upon your preferment
to the graduate group of this school. We hope that your life has
been strengthened with your high school experiences so that you
may not equivocate when important decisions of future benefit
to yourself and mankind are concerned. In the Atomic Age, the
real and true virtues of man will be safest refuge when living
seems both easy and difficult.
Yours for a beautiful Today and a wonderful Tomorrow.
STUDENT ADVISORY BOARD
ROBINA LYLE, School Nurse
WILLIAM F, GURRIE, School Auditor
We look forward to an even better library service. Tomorrow the present
study hall will be an attractive addition to our pleasant library of today.
Trends in reading: keen interest in sports stories, war experiences, adventure,
biographies oi outstanding personalities, and fiction about young people.
Reading of current magazines surpasses readinq of books.
Today, there is an important emphasis upon home economics training that
will result in successful living tomorrow. Time management is qiven careful
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SPORTS FOR ALL
Every boy in a sport! It is the aim ot
the athletic department to have every
physically eligible male student partic-
ipating in an athletic sport.
There are great contributions of sports
to the boy's emotional, physical, and
Today We study influences
of geographical environment
on people. Tomorrow, we in-
crease our study of world ge-
ography with an emphasis
on transportation and com-
Increasing numbers will
study the technique of intel-
ligent buying. The future of
the consumer depends upon
his ability to select carefully
the commodity best suited to
HARRIET E HENDERSHOT
GUIDANCE DE,N ' O.
Guidance should be an integral part of every phase of education. Students
have particular needs that must be recognized and satisfied. To fulfill these
needs, students must be given opportunities to grow and develop in meeting
successfully situations in all of the important phases of life. All aspects of an
individual's development are interrelated. His occupational success in life
may influence his health, his emotional maturity may have a bearing on his
social adjustment, and his educational opportunities may be influenced by his
environment. lf it is true that good citizenship in a democracy requires a person
who is not only self-directing, but fully aware of the problems and needs of
other people, then the best kind of guidance would be the type that develops
the individual in making his own decisions and choices.
The school program at Argo Community High School is made up of ten
periods a day, - class room instruction and study hallsy two lunch periods
are scheduled. Class sponsors advise students regarding courses of study,
procedure at class meetings, and class parties. ln the spring of each year the
freshman sponsor takes charge of the testing program, tintelligence and
achievementl, of all incoming freshmen. Freshman Day is arranged before the
close of the school year, and the members of the Iunior High School visit the
various departments of the school, attend a special assembly program which
has been arranged, and have lunch in the cafeteria. This serves as the begin-
ning of the orientation of freshmen to a high school program.
The cumulative record is taken care of by the administrative staff of the
school, and it is placed at the disposal of all faculty members at all times.
A cumulative record system attempts to give a detailed evaluation of the
student's total performance in school life: observation of a student's conduct
provides valuable information for future reference.
Parents attend the regular Parent Teacher Association meetings which are
held each month during the school year. They are invited to attend an as-
sembly program and later enjoy the service of the cafeteria, if they so desire.
After the business meeting, a program pertaining to some phase of home-school-
community relations, is arranged. The parents take an active part in the group
discussion, tnereby stimulating a closer relationship between parents and
teachers. Conferences with parents prove helpful in adjusting pupils to particu-
lar interests and abilities.
The home room period provides an atmosphere for group counseling. Those
things are discussed that are pertinent to the level of the various home room
classes. A committee usually has charge of the meeting, and the teacher
listens to the discussion and gives an opinion when necessary or offers helpful
information. Some of the principal subjects discussed are: school customs and
traditions, habits of study, conduct, citizenship, character, leadership, history
of the school, honor clubs, social behaviors, care of school library, course of
study, and vocations.
The extra-curricular program of the school affords opportunity for the student
to develop courage and self-competence in all areas of human relationships.
lt includes many types of activities, - clubs, assemblies, plays, operettas,
school functions, coronation programs, tcrowning of queen of football and bas-
ketball activitiesl, chorus work, and orchestra and band entertainments.
ln the modern school of today visual aids have become an integrated part
of the educational program. They provide concrete visual experience, develop
desirable attitudes, and stimulate further activity on the part of the student.
Executives from industrial districts of the various communities have given
talks at assembly programs and to senior groups, concerning occupations and
job placement. Students are given opportunities for interviews, and as a result
many students are placed in responsible positions because of these experiences.
The various organizations of the community take an active part in school
and community relationships. The Superintendent and Board of Education are
fully aware of the needs of boys and girls and are eager to support new trends
Vv'e are advancing in guidance in our school but there are many goals to be
attained. The effectiveness of a guidance program is not determined by the
size of the school or the number of teachers on the staff. The guidance service,
to be successful, must discover the abilities, interests, and needs of the student,
and motivate him to the pursuit of a worthwhile program in the life of the com-
munity in which he lives.
La Verne Binkowski
COMMENCEMENT IUNE 13. 1947
Opening Speech Closing Speech
Norman Spear Pauline Blazina
C L A S S O F F I C E R S AMERICAN BEAUTY ROSE
President Norman Spear
Vice President Vivian Kriz TURQUOISE AND SH-'VER
Secretary Ruth Buckrneier
Treasurer Dorothy Debelak
Historian Pauline Blorzina S E N I O R S
Reporter Esther Metskas
Sponsor Miss Broom
Sponsor Mr. Maloy 1 9 4 7
HIGHEST IN SCHOLARSHIP
Pauline Blazina Vivian Kriz
Good Citizenship Pilgrim Award
'46 ALL CONFERENCE FOOTBALL
Captain Don Lambert Ray Perrin
Norm Spear Ralph Stricker
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LUCY ALEXANDER Mable , . . queen candidate '46 . . .
vice pres., Future Homemakers of America . . . pres.
F.l-LA, fSection ZUJ . . . office assistant , . . style show
. . . prompter, junior play.
LORNEZ ANDERSON Andy . . . football . . . A Club . .
baseball . . . shop.
MARY DELLA ALLEN Associate editor, Weekly Maroon
. . . cheer leader . . . Quill and Scroll . . . G.A.A.
. . . office assistant . . . Student Advisory Board . . .
D.A.R. candidate . . . class secretary '46 . . . Commer-
cial and National Honor Societies . . . youth conference
RICHARD ARMGARD Richie . . . tinkering with automo-
biles . . . vigilance committee . . . always pleasant.
BERNARD BADER Bernie . . . fire patrol . . . Commercial
Honor Society . . . mechanic.
BETTY BARBER Snooks . . . G.A.A .... chorus .
dancing . . . roller skating.
ROBERT BALES Bob , . . A Club , . . basketball . . . base-
ball . . . football.
ADELINE BEDNAR Ad . . . dancing . . . acrobatics . .
music . . . orchestra , , , romance,
LA VERNE BINKOWSKI Honor student . . . Commercial
and National Honor Societies . . , prompter, junior and
senior plays . . . G.A,A .... style show . . . Arqolite.
ANNA BIRSA Red , . . cafeteria . . . Future Homemakers
of America . . . chorus . . . style show . . . roller skating.
PAULINE BLAZINA Paul . . . straight A student . . . Ir.
and Sr. plays . . . National and Commercial Honor So-
cieties . . . Ouill and Scroll . . . assistant editor, Weekly
Maroon . . . class prophecy . . . historian . . . Advisory
Board . . . librarian.
ALBERT BONA Al . . . senior play . . . chorus . . . ope-
retta . . . popular with faculty and students.
DOROTHY BOSS Dot . . . chorus . . . Commercial and
National Honor Societies . . . honor student . . . band
. . . lovely, talented, popular pianist.
GEORGE BRIDA Georgie . . . Commercial Honor Society
. . . hobby, fishing, ping pong . . . machine shop . . . shy.
MARGE BROKOP Margie . . . librarian . . . hobby, sing-
ing . . . noted for her personality.
IUANITA BRYANT Iuan . . . librarian . . . senior play
. . . chorus . . . hobby, reading and roller skating.
EDWARD BRYLA A Club . . . manager, football and
basketball . . . hobby, iishing and riding buses . . .
IESSE MAE BUCEK Chorus . . . band . . , very friendly
. . . senior play.
RUTH BUCKMEIER Ruthie . . . senior class secretary . . .
senior board . . . hobby, horseback riding . . . drum
majorette . . . style show , . . Argolite . . . operetta.
VERA CHALOUPKA Ver . . . honor student . . . Owens
ian club . . . Future Homemakers oi America . . . hobby,
photography and letter writing . . . quiet . . . driving
IOSEPH CHOLICO Ioe . , . veteran . . . sports . . . good
looking . . . dancing.
IAMES CONWAY Iim . . . baseball manager . . . hobby,
airplane models . . . noted for his accordion playing.
RAYMOND COPP Ray . . . basketball . . . Arqolite . .
senior board . . . hobby, driving . . . going steady.
DOROTHY DEBELAK Debby . . . Commercial and Nas
tional Honor Societies . . . Future Homemakers ot Amer-
ica . . . student board . . . class treasurer . . . Argolite
. . . treas., Commercial Honor Society . . . style show.
MARY DI GANGI Iosie . . . chorus . . . G.A.A, . . . Com-
mercial Honor Society . . . class secretary '45 . . . hobby,
photography . . . pretty dark eyes.
ROSALIE DOMBRAUSKAS Little Frog . . . Commercial
Honor Society . . . hobby, clothes . . . style show , . .
RICHARD DORANSKI Dick . . . A Club . . . football . . .
basketball . . . baseball . , . track . . . hi-noon . . . Argo-
lite . . . sports.
IAMES DU BOIS limmy . . . baseball . . . basketball . . .
hobby, collecting baseball pictures.
ELSIE ERDMANN Pussy . . . Commercial Honor Society
. . . F.H.A. . . . prompter, junior and senior plays . . .
noted for her good nature.
IAMES FINNEGAN Swimming team . . . cross country
track . . . president, ht-noon . . . Student Advisory Board
HARVEY FREGEAU A Club . . . sports . , . football . .
baseball . . . honor roll . . . hi-noon . . . Argolite.
ROBA GATH Robs . . . style show . . . friendly . . . neat
. . . only senior from Bedford Park.
LOUISE GARMON Lou . . . style show . , . G.A.A. . . .
Future Homemakers of America . . . writing letters and
collecting figured soap . . . Arqolite.
HOWARD GIBSON Irish . . . football , . . roller skating
. . . ambition, professional qolfer,
WILLIAM GINALICK Bill . . . chorus . . . band . . . ope-
retta . . . keen interest in music,
ORELLA HAERR Butch . . . honor roll . . , senior play
. . . photography . . . orchestra . . . ambition, nurse.
IOYCE HAMBLEY Shorty . . . honor roll . . . hobby, sew-
NADINE HAMILTON Butch . . . orchestra . . . interested
in sewing and photography . , , senior play . . . honor
HERBERT HARM Sherbert , . . A Club . . . basketball
, , . baseball . . . senior play.
PATRICIA HARVEY Put . . . G.A.A. . . . chorus . . .
Future I-lomemolcers of America . . . telephone operator,
TOM HERNANDEZ Navy veteran . . . intelligent . .
WAYNE HOBSON Kenny . . . college . . . noted tor wash-
inq teachers' cars . . . an all around qood class mate.
LOU HOPPER Lucifer . . . librarian . . . Maroon staff . . .
Arqolite . . . Commercial Honor Society.
FRED IBLOVEC Fritz . . . interest in automobiles and
model planes . . . shows good workmanship . . . hobby,
PATRICIA KAKTIS Pat . . . pres., Com. Honor Society
. . . pres., Quill and Scroll . . . National Honor Society
. . . treas., jr, class . . . Spanish Club . . . pres., senior
board . . . Student Advisory Board . . . Football Queen
'46 . . . Weekly Maroon . . . Arqolite.
MATTHEW KAPUT Matt . . . machine shop . . . good
natured . . . likes Phys. Ed.
HELEN KNEZEVICH Pres., G.A.A. '46 . . . Student Ad-
visory Board . . . queen candidate '43 . . . National Honor
Society . , . Quill and Scroll . . . editor, Weekly Maroon
. . . Spanish Club . . . assistant director, senior play.
VIRGINIA KREMER Virq . . . orchestra . . . band . .
noted for her blond hair.
VIVIAN KRIZ Viv . . . class pres. '46 . . , vice pres., '47
. . . National Honor Society , , . GAA .... senior board
. . . Student Advisory Board Maroon . . . Arqolite editor
. . . lr. and Sr, plays . , . band , , , treas., Quill and
Scroll , . . D.A.R, Award . . . Basketball Queen '47.
WALTER KRUPKA Wafly . . . likes to loaf . , . well-liked
. . . usually with lohnny Moraucz and Adam Novosad.
IEAN KUTINA Iecmne . . . vigilance committee . . . Com-
mercial Honor Society . . . style show.
DOROTHY KUYAWA Commercial Honor Society . . . li-
brarian . . . honor roll , . . K and K productions . . . Nal
tional Honor Society . . . style show.
HARRY KUYAWA Mechanical drawing . . . quiet . ,
shy . . . hopes tor a college education in drafting.
DONALD LAMBERT Moose . . . captain, ioothall . .
baseball , . . track . . . C.Y.O. boxing champ '45 . . .
Student Advisory Board.
MARY LATTIMER Blondie . . . Commercial and National
Societies , . . honor roll . . . style show . , . Future Home-
makers of America . . . servicemen's plaque
ROSELYN LEACK Rosie . . . operetta . . . Future Home-
makers ot America . . . triple trio . . . octet . . . chorus
. . . pleasant voice.
MARY LEONCHIK Mcmya . . . pepsodent girl . . . news
reporter . . . G.A.A ,,.. junior play . . . style show
. . . vigilance committee . . . scrapbooks and diary . . .
writing to Iohnny.
SYBH. LOGAN Sibs . . . G.A.A .... style show . . . vigi-
lance committee . . . Commercial Honor Society.
MARION LONGHELT Mar . . . Commercial Honor Society
. . . style show . . . Future Homemakers ot America . . .
PAULINE LYTLE Paul . . . chorus . . . historian '44 . . .
honor roll . . . quiet . . . noted for speaking ability . . .
BERNARD LYZNICKI Bernie , . . jr. cmd sr. plays . . .
chorus . . . band . . , jazz band . . . operettas . . . junior
class sec'y . . . junior board . . . usually with Al Bona.
LOUIS MALLOHY band . . . orchestra . . . frosh-soph
basketball . . . jazz band . . , friendly.
ALLAN MACK Cross country track . . . A Club . . . foot-
ball . . . noted for smart sayings . . . usually with Dor-
anski . . . basketball . . , baseball . . . hall guard
. . . Drake University.
IAN MANDEL A Club . . . baseball . . , football . . .
basketball . . . coronation . . . sports . . . noted for his
pitching arm . . . National Honor Society.
ANGELINE MANOS Angie . . . cheer leader . . . Na'
tional and Commercial Honor Societies . . . Quill and Scroll
. . . senior play . . . G.A.A .... editor, Weekly Maroon
'46 . . , servicemeris plaque . . . junior board . . . Argo-
ROBERT MATAITIS Bob . . . band . . . football . . . good
time boy . . . driving ability , . . usually seen with lim-
TONY MATIAS lunior play . . . irosh-soph basketball
. . . otlice assistant . . . expert with movie equipment
. . . senior board,
ANN MATIIEVICH Shorthand and typing ability . . .
three year course in homemaking . . . noted for being
tall . . . G.A.A .... style show.
IOHN MCINTURFF lack . . . junior play . . . senior play
Quill and Scroll . . . orchestra . . . reporter, Weekly
Maroon . . . swimming team . . . Science Club . . . band
. . . National Honor Society,
CHARLES MEISNER Chuck . . . frosh-soph basketball . . .
swimming team . . . good time boy . . . usually with Fin-
negan and Lambert . . . vigilance . . , hi-noon . . . track.
ESTHER METSKAS Est . . . Commercial and National
Honor Societies . . . lr. cmd Sr. plays
. . . Quill and Scroll
. . . G.A.A .... editor, Weekly Maroon '46 . . . Studenr
Advisory Board . . . senior board . .
. news reporter '44
. . . queen candidate '45 . . . Oregon . . . junior board.
IOHN MIINARIK Mechanical drawing . . . huntinq and
fishing . . . quiet . . . well-liked.
IOHN MORGUCZ Baseball manager . . . football . . .
sports . . . usually with Wally Krupka
and Adam Novosad.
MARGUERITE MORRIS lunior and senior plays . . . Com-
mercial Honor Society . . . sec'y, G.A.A .... Quill and
Scroll . . . servicemen's plaque . . .
football queen can-
didate '45 . . . college . . . National Honor Society.
GLENN MUCKEY Muck . . . basketball . . . new student.
IEANINE MYERS Chorus . . . news
reporter . . . band
. . . Future Homernakers of America . . . G.A.A. . . .
cafeteria . . . Writina . . . Science Club.
ALVIN NEITZEI. Bud . . . track . . .
hi-noon . . . model airplanes.
machine shop . , .
HENRY NIEDBALLA Hunk . . . A Club . . . basketball
. . . track . . . football . , . sports
usually seen with Ray Copp.
IAMES N1-IWMAN Iimmy . . . band
chorus . . , usually seen with Adeline
VIOLET NIEMEYEH Vi . . . G.A.A. .
Future Homemakers of America . .
. . . hi-noon . . .
. . . orchestra . . .
. . style show . . .
. shy . . . hobby
BARBARA NIGG Iiqqs . . . G.A,A .... junior and senior
plays . . . Future Homernakers of America , . . style show
. . . outstanding in athletics.
ELAINE OLSON E . . . studious . . . shy . . . quiet . .
liked by all.
KENNETH OLTMAN Oais . . . junior play . . . vicefpres-
ident, A 'Club . . . football . . . baseball . . . track . . .
sports . . . senior board.
ALFRED PANKOW Alfie . . . noted for smart cracks . .
Navy . . . always ready for a qood time . , . hienoon . .
track . . . A Club , . . bowling . . . class booster . .
song: One Meat Ball.
IESSE PARROT Bruce . . . chorus . . . noted for singing
ability . , . easy aoina . . . sincere worker . . . mechani.
LILLIAN PARROTT Boots . . . G.A.A ..,. style show . . .
favoriie sport, speed ball . . , noted for crackina aura.
ALFRED PELKO Whitey . . . band . . . interested in cars
. . . usually seen with Lawrence Nativo.
RAYMOND PERRIN Muqqs . . . A Club . . . alllconier-
ence football . . . ex Navy man.
ANITA PHARES Nita . . . Future Homemakers of Amer-
ica . . . band , . . chorus . . . quiet.
BEBE PLOSZEK Bebe . , . band service . . . flute quartet
. . . welldressed . . . secretary, band . . . Pepsodent
girl . . . Future Hcmemakers of America
HELEN POLNER Model at Patricia Stevens . . . P.H.A.
. . . secretary, Commercial Honor Society . . . attractive
clothes . . . collects photographs . . . style show . . ,
Pepsodent girl . . . junior play . . . Argolite . . . G.A.A.
. . . National Honor Society.
KAY PULVER K . . , Pepsodent girl . . , library staff . . .
Commercial and National Honor Societies . . . honor roll
. . . Argolite.
ALICE PRESTO Al . . . chorus . . . operetta . . . Com-
mercial Honor Society . . , A copella choir . . . triple
trio . , . music school . . . pianist . . . Spanish Club.
NORMA RADDATZ Norm . . . nice clothes . . . Sopho-
more basketball queen candidate . . . Future l-lomemakers
ot America . . . G.A.A .... style show.
PAUL RADDATZ lunior and senior plays . . . likes cars
. . . science club . . . good talker . . . honor roll.
ROBERT HIECK Bob . . . interesting floor talks . . . in-
telligent fellow . . . quiet . . . outstanding in economics
. . . Quill and Scroll . . . printing . . . honor roll . . .
National Honor Society.
VIVIAN RODRIGUEZ Viv . . . Spanish Club . . . chorus
. . . bonita muchacha . . . vigilance committee . . . style
show . . . operetta . . . hobby, swimming . . , noted for
GERALDINE ROSS Gerry . , . chorus . . . operetta . . .
G.A..A .... Pepsodent girl . . . style show . . . active in
sports . , . publicity officer . . . glee club.
HENRY SALGADO Hank . . . talented artist . . . Spanish
Club . . . well-liked . . . hi-noon . . . operetta . . . Argo-
LUPE SANCHEZ Lu , . . Spanish Club . . . style show
. . . best friend, Vivian Rodriguez . . . qood natured.
GLADYS SCHAUER Studious . . . Commercial Honor So-
ciety . . . honor roll . . . style show . . . class history
. . . Well liked.
LOUIS SCHMIDT Louie . . . honor roll student . . .expert
machinist . . . accordionist . . . mechanical drawing.
DONALD SCHUETT Don . . . math club . . . likes baseball
. . . all around good fellow . . . hi-noon . . . machine shop.
BETTY SPARACINO Bet . . . a friend to everyone . . . al-
ways pleasant . , . style show . . . cafeteria.
NORMAN SPEAR Norm . . . National Honor Society . . .
, . . football . . . baseball . . . basketball . . . junior play
. . . pres. senior class . . . coronalions . . . pres. Student
Advisory Board . . . sec'y, treas., A Club . . . capt, basket-
ball , . . Weekly Maroon . . . senior board . . . band.
LUCILLE STRZELCZYK Lucy . . . G.A.A .... style show
. . . Pepsodent girl . . . collects records . , . office assistant.
RALPH STRICKER Big Strick . , . varsity basketball . . .
football . . . baseball . . . senior advisory board . . . A Club
. . . All-Conference Football . . . Coronation . . . sports
. . . news reporter.
IOSEPH SUSKI Ice . . . quiet . . . swimming team . . .
mechanically minded . . . likes model airplane building
. . . drafting.
CHESTER SZKOLKA Skooks . . . student patrol . . . likes
machines . , , field director . . . photography.
ROBERT SZYMBORSKI Bob . . . band . . . student advisory
board . . . chorus . . . musically inclined.
DOLORES TEMPLIN Do . . . works at Brunts . . . writes
letters . . . attractive and shy . . . style show.
LOIS TIMMONS Timmy . . . likes sports . . . Commercial
Honor Society . . . Weekly Maroon staff . . . Quill and
Scroll . . , math club.
NORMAN TOMICH Norm , . . band . . . expert ice skater
. . . popular.
MARY ANN TURNER Proxie . . . well dressed . . . Spanish
Club . . . Science Club . . . happy-qo-lucky student . . .
student patrol . . . Future Homemakers of America.
ALBINA URBAN LB .... Future Homemakers oi America
. . . good economics student . . . Pearl Waqner's best friend
. . , style show . . . well liked.
ROBERT URICK Bob . . . usually with Meisner, Lambert,
and the rest of the qanq . . . hi-noon . . . machine shop
, . . all around qood fellow.
ROBERT VAN ORT Cowboy . . , band . , . assembly pro-
qrams . . . Van Ort and Mclnturff Productions . . . Science
PETER VULISTIS Pete . . . iootball , . . chorus . , . inter'
ested in commercial art . . . Science Club , . . operetta.
PEARL WAGNER Pemlie Pie . . , drum major . . . band
. . . F.H.A. president . . . Student Advisory Board . . .
Arqolite . . , telephone operator . . . Commercial Honor
Society . . . sec'y, F.H.A. '45 . . . style show . . . National
Honor Society . . . operetta.
EDWARD WITTENKELLER Ed . . . class reporter '44 . . .
A Club . . . Weekly Maroon . . , mqr,, sports . . . Arqolite
. . , senior board . . , photography . . . draftinq . . . senior
play . . . publicity manager . , . Commercial and National
PAUL WOHLBRUCK Brooks . . . president, band . . . or-
chestra . . . jazz band . . . ability to play trumpet . . .
usually with Bob Szymborski . . . operettas . . . chorus.
ALICE WOICIK Al . . . vice pres., Commercial Honor So-
ciety . . . telephone operator . . . honor roll . . . Argolite
. . . well-liked . . . typing and shorthand ability . . . office
GLORIA WOODKY Glor . . . majorette . . . fan clubs . . .
writes letters . . . Pepsodent girl . . . G-.A.A .... F.H,A.
. . . style show . . . cafeteria.
TED ZEMBRUSKI Ted . . . mechanical drawing . . . driving
ability . . . student patrol.
BETTY ZYDORCAK Beezie . . . Commercial Honor Society
. . . accordionist . . . librarian , . . popular with faculty
Vivian Kriz and Esther Metskas, representing attended the Illinois Association of Student
A CH.S., met with the Student Council at Mor- Councils Convention at the Sherman Hotel,
ton on November 23. March 28-29. Panel discussion Successful
Eleven members of the Argo Student Board Living in our World-Vocationally
ALSO RECEIVING DIPLOMAS
The seniors of l947 record four memorable years.
Entering high school, we were awkward and strange, but after the freshman-
sophomore party, we were full-fledged students.
Charming Rita Hankins was our freshman choice for football queen. Class
spirit was high, but we lost to the hardworking seniors.
In the basketball contest, we elected jovial Helen Knezevich. Again we
bowed to the seniors.
Freshman class officers: Vivian Kriz, pres.: Gayl Ness, vice-pres.: Bernard
Lyznicki, sec'yy Helen Knezevich, treas.g Edward Wittenkeller, reporter: and
Pauline Lytle, historian. Class sponsors: Mr. Kusenda and Mrs. Harmon.
ln our sophomore year, first showings were in the queen contests. Our lovely
candidates: Marguerite Morris and Norma Raddatz.
Sophomore class officers: Vivian Kriz, pres.: Gayl Ness, vice-pres.: Mary
Di Gangi, sec'y: Dallas Coomer, treas.g Esther Metskas, reporter: and Angeline
Manos, historian. Mr. C. Williams and Miss Bane, class sponsors.
Our junior year was exciting. Likeable Esther Metskas was chosen football
queen candidate: petite and charming Lucy Alexander, basketball queen
'Tune Mad", the junior play. Mrs. Kamin, our director. The players: E. Mets-
kas, G. Ness, P. Blazina, P. Raddatz, V. Kriz, M. Morris, N. Spear, T. Matias,
B. Nigg, I. Mclnturff, K. Oltman, B. Lyznicki, and M. Leonchik.
The junior-senior prom, Oak Park Arms, where we dressed in our best. A
very enjoyable, memorable evening.
Eight juniors were honored in the National Honor Society.
Iunior class officers: G. Ness, V. Kriz, M. Allen, P. Kaktis, D. Boss and M. Leon-
chik. Sponsors: Mr. Hauswald and Mrs. Kamin.
ln our glorious senior year, we chose lively Pat Kaktis and Vivian Kriz our
The senior play, "A Date With Iudy." The cast: E. Metskas, P. Blazina,
P. Ptaddatz, B. Lyznicki, B. Nigg, A. Manos, V. Kriz, M. Morris, R. Leack, N. Ham-
ilton, I. Mclnturff, H. Harm, A. Bona, and I. Bryant.
Marguerite Morris, Angeline Manos, Mary Lattimer and Henry Salgado
worked on the service men's plaque.
Twenty-one seniors were elected to membership in the National Honor So-
D.A.R. award to Vivian Kriz. Congratulations again, Viv!
Outstanding in music: B. Ginalick, I. Neuman, G. Ross, B. Ploszek, D. Boss,
P. Wohlbruck, R. Szymborski, L. Mallory, B. Lyznicki, P. Harvey, R. Leack,
I. Mae Bucek, P. Lytle, A. Presto, and V. Rodriguez.
In sports: Sabick, Mack, Coomer, Doranski, Spear, Perrin, Lambert, Stricker,
Fregeau, Oltrnan, Niedballa, Bales, and Copp.
All-Conference: Perrin, Lambert, and Stricker, and Spear.
Our joy in graduating is tempered with sadness. Farewell to our teachers,
classmates, schoolmates. Thanks, Miss Broom! Argo High holds happy
To Argo High we sing a song . .
1941 lin fmlvmnriam 1946
THAT WE MIGHT LIVE IN PEACE AND SECURITY
THESE MEN GAVE THEIR LIVES FOR THEIR COUNTRY
IN WORLD WAR II
CECIL ANDERSON, IR.
JOHN EVANS, IR., 1947
JAMES HYNES, JR.
Lomez Anderson-My attendance at school to Bill Brown.
Lucy Alexandere-My black dresses to Iean Esch.
Marydella Allen-My cheerleading ability to Bernadine Henley.
Richard Armgard-My going steady to Eugene Schmitz.
Bemard Bader-My knack for repairing "Fords" to Bob Graham.
Robert Bales-My pleasant voice to Fred Mackall.
Betty Barber-My experience as a telephone operator to my sister.
La Verne Bi.nkowski4My height to Ham Ialovec.
Anne Birsa-My red hair to Betty Coomer.
Pauline Blazina-My scholastic record to Dick Morgan.
Albert Bona-My wavy blond hair to lerry Panzer.
Dorothy Boss-My ambition to be a concert pianist to Lorraine Kriz
George BridaeMy shyness to Bernie Ploszek.
Margie Brokop-My favorite subject shorthand to Eleanor Olesky.
Iuanita Bryant-My Work in the library to Lois Gualano.
Edward Bryla-My American history to Tom Esposito.
Iessie Mae Bucek-My interest in the band to Richard Wingo.
Ruth Buckmeier-My task as secretary to my sister Rose.
Robert Caputo-My being stage hand manager to Arnie Belke.
Vera Chaloupka-My love for driving to Grace Pishos.
Ioe CholicoeMy love for the Navy to Don Healey.
Iames Conway-My dream of being a flyer to my brother lohn.
Raymond Copp-My pearlyswhite teeth to Ernie Mattingly.
Dorothy Debelak-My job at Stone's to Beverly Ross.
Mary Di G-ang'ieMy petite manner to Elaine Schranz.
Rosalie Dombrauskas-My pleasant personality to Sheila Davis.
Richard Doransld-The stripe on my A Club sweater to Tony Liss.
lames Du Bois-The habit of clearing my throat to "lake" Mataitis.
Elsie Erdman-My job as secretary to Miss Phillips to anyone who wants it
Iames Finneqanvlvly blue eyes to Pat loy.
Harvey Fregeau-All the girls in A.C.l-LS. to lames Callahan.
Roba Gath-My beautiful clothes to Norma Martin.
Louise Garmon-My high voice to Olga Tsourmas.
Howard GibsoniMy wise cracks in economics to Betty Block.
William Ginalick-My nickname "Brer Hair" to limmy Lambert.
Orella Haerr-My floor talks to Walter Katenhusen.
Ioyce Hambly-My books to Martha Schoonveld.
Nadine Hamilton-My love for school to my sister Daisy.
Herbert Ha:rmeMy baseball abilities to my brother lohn.
Patricia HarveyAMy being a senior to Ed Birsa.
Tom Hernandez-My military career to Michael Salgado.
Wayne Hobson-My excellent salesmanship to Ed Mack.
Lou Hopper-My mathematical brain to Robert Goldstine.
Fred Ialovec-My innocence to Weldon Anderson.
Pat KaktisAEditor-in-chief of the Maroon to Tannie Sonopol.
Matthew KaputAMy fluttering eyes to Shirley Treadway.
Helen Knezevich-My humorous nature to Lela Kluve.
Virginia Kremer-My interest in aeronautics to Ronald Zalochar.
Vivian Kriz-My sparkling personality to George Hebding.
Walter KrupkaeMy knowledge of World Affairs to Gilbert Husch.
Iean Kutina-My hobby, dancing, to Ralph lecha.
Dorothy Kuyawa-My favorite pastime, reading, to Donnie Cochrane.
Don Lambert-My athletic abilities to limmy Copp.
Mary Lattimer-My taking care of the service plaque to Katie Tinrnan
Roselyn Leack-My four years in chorus to Audrey Marotzke.
Mary Leonchik--My ability in Russian to Anne Sonopol.
Sybil Logan4My speeches to any timid freshie.
Mcrrian Longhelt-My freckles to Evelyn Hambly.
George Longhelt-My wavy red hair to Red Regep.
Pauline Lytle-My melodious voice to Alice Blazek.
Bemard Lyznicki-My Benny Goodman characteristics to Iune Kenrich.
Louis Mallory-My trombone to the band.
Allan Mack-My cross country victories to Richard Iarrett.
Ian Mandel-Nothing to anyone. I need all l've got.
Angeline Manos-My cheerleading to Dorothy Ziebell.
Robert Mataitis-My good looks to Walter Schmitz.
Tony Matias-My suave tactics to Robert Riddle.
Ann Matiievich-My quiet nature to Frances lohnstone.
Iohn Mclnturif-My corny iokes to Mr. Larson.
Charles Meisner-My leadership oi the "Supper Club" to Louie Ziebell
Esther Metskas-My friendly air toward everyone to Rose Buckmeier.
Iohn Minarik-My ambition to be drattsman to Tom Hebding.
Iohn Morguez-My outtielder's glove to Charles Leimgruber.
Marguerite Morris-My cheerful disposition to Edmond Rzepka.
Glenn Muckey-My housemaid's knees to Georgianne Polly.
Ieanine Myers-My soft speaking voice to Roann Tavegqia.
Alvin Neitzelwlviy model A truck to Tom Bona.
Henry Niedballa-My deep interest in sports to Adam Novosad.
Iames Newman-My scraps with Mr. Sucharda to Genevieve Parks.
Violet Niemeyer-My glasses to Pat Maxa.
Barbara Nigg-My role in the senior play to Marion Tucker.
Elaine Olson-My demureness to Frances lohnstone.
Kenneth OltmanhMy carefree nature to Byron Hadley.
Iesse Parret-My suit to Milton Bohannion.
Lillian Parrott-My trankness to Marie Holt.
Alfred Pelko-My misdemeanor slips to Lawrence Nativo.
Anita Phares-My seat in the senior home room to Evelyn Hambley.
Bebe Ploszek+My name Remilda to Pat Kieiko.
Helen Polner-My modeling course to Frances Pawelek.
Kay Pu1veriMy talkativeness to lean Hurd.
Alice Presto-My voice to Ioan Kristotik.
Norma Raddatz-My charm to Charmaine Stetaninni.
Paul Raddatz-My tall stories to Victor Balanoit.
Robert Rieck-My interest in a freshman to William Levvandowski.
Vivian Rodriguezelifly good sales talk to Clara Smit.
Geraldine Ross-My captivating features to Phyllis Treadway.
Henry Salgado-My artistic traits to Billy Nash.
Lupe Sanchez-My enchiladas to Isaac Delgado.
Lucille Strzelczyk-My quietness to Beverly Lederman.
Robert Szyborskie-My ability as a miler to Sid Seward.
Dolores Templin-My shyness to lane Havel.
Lois Timmonselvly ability in commercial work to Shirley Lederman.
Norman Tomich-My basketball technique to Donald Fiqura.
Mary Ann Turner-My blond locks to Mary Belle Lett.
Albina Urban-My pretty eiyes to Helen Kotval.
Robert Urick-My long hair to Gene Marcheski.
Robert Van Ort-My overalls to Ronald Lucket.
Peter Vulistis-My artistic hand to Charles Neerrnan.
Pearl Wagner-My ability as drum major to my sister Alice.
Eddie WittenkellerAMy good grades to my sister Arlene.
Paul Wohlbruck--My trumpet ability to Ralph Iecha.
Alice Woicik-My literature class to my sister Dolores.
Gloria Woodky-My twirling ability to Ann Novasad.
Art Yetter-My good-naturedness to Gene Harm.
Ted Zembruski-My drafting ability to George Mack.
Betty Lee Zydorcak-My accordion playing to Victor Stalowy.
' A,1 ? 1-,
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THE CLASS OF 1947- Omofmw
June 13, 1967
Nonnan Spear. pres., of the U.S., is speaking to his secretary, Vivian Kriz.
"Twenty years ago we received diplomas from A.C.H.S. Iust for old times'
sake, l'd like to talk over old acquaintances".
"M. Di Gangi and P. Kaktis." Viv said, "have a beautiful dress shop in New
York City. R. Buckmeier and O. Haen' are on the Board of Designers."
"ln my Cabinet l have E. Wittenkeller, Sec'y of State, and Iohn Mclnturii.
Sec'y of Treas. Last week I saw that wonderful ball game with R. Stricker
pitching for the Red Sox. His opponent was Ian Mandel. White Sox. ln the
press box were F.B.l. chief, R. Copp. and I. Finnegan. his assistant."
"At the press conference tomorrow you'll meet a few more old friends. H. Sal-
gado and K. Oltman. the cartoonists, along with H. Knezevich and M. Morris.
foreign correspondents, Herald-Tribune, will be there."
"There are seven in Congress too: P. Vulistis. T. Zembruski. R. Rieck. M. Lat-
timer. V. Chaloupka. G. Muckey. and I. Parrott."
"Here is a letter in the mail from C. Szkolka. superintendent of Argo High.
He and the Board of Education, including H. Niedballa. R. Bales, and W. Hob-
son. invite you to speak at commencement. A. Birsa. M. Brokop. and R. Urick.
teachers at Argo, want to see you again."
"l read in the newspaper this morning that P. Wohlbruck and his band
IR. Zymborski. B. Lyznicki, L. Mallory. and W. Ginalickl have broken all records
with their concert at Madison Square Garden. l remember reading that L. An-
derson and F. Ialovec saved many lives in terrible fires around Chicago!"
"Breaking records1" added Viv. "The class of '47 has done so during the
past years: E. Metskas won the Academy Award in '64p I. Du Bois. short stop
for the Brooklyn Dodgers, batted 500 last year: the '47 Club, housewives, met
in '57 to discuss domestic problems. Present at the convention were the former
L. Alexander. president of the club: the former L. Binkowski. I. Bucek. I. Ham-
bley. V. Kremer. V. Rodreguez, K. Pulver. G. Woodky. I. Kutina. and M. Leon-
chik. Domestic difficulties have decreased since their meeting. M. Allen took
her 15th trip to South America this year as buyer for a loop department store.
ln l962, I. Bryant flew around the world twice with only six stops.
"We have made the headlines too. ln 1960, R. Mcrtaitis and H. Freqeau.
nationally known bums, inherited two million dollars from a rich uncle. H. Harm
and D. Schuett, sports writers, broadcast the All Star game in which R. Duran-
ski, half, R. Perrin. tackle, and D. Lambert. end, played a brilliant game. The
teachers' convention in Paris, 1963, honored P. Blazina for her outstanding
work. N. Hamilton received the Nobel prize in 1962 for finding the definite cure
for the common cold. D. Boss won world-wide recognition with her piano con-
certo, Hollywood Bowl in '57."
"I wonder about the rest of our class", said Norm. "Would you see to it
that I get a complete report from the F.B.l.?"
The report: R. Armqard, automobile magnate: B. Bader, owner of largest
chain of gas stations: B. Barber, "Number, Please" girl of 1960: A. Bona, presi-
dent, Argo State Bank: G. Brida and E. Bryla, oil-well millionaires: I. Chalico,
R. Valentino of Hollywood: G. Lonqhelt and R. Caputo, producers of Broadway
plays: Art Yetter the star: I. Conway, grandson of Iohn D. Rockefeller, incognito:
D. Debelak, head sales-girl at Marshall Field's in Chicago: R. Dombrauskas,
married to Van Iohnson, fifty years old: E. Erdmann, principal at Graves'
School: R. Gath, author of the best seller "Come Herei": L. Garmon, explorer,
Burma: H. Gibson, owner of exclusive truck-line from Maine to California:
P. Harvey, desk clerk at Waldorf-Astoria: T. Hernandez, schooner builder in
Massachusetts: L. Hopper, head tabulator at the Bureau of Vital Statistics:
M. Kaput and W. Krupka, owners of The Daily News ftheir start as delivery
boysl: D. Kuyawa, librarian at Univ. of Chicago: H. Kuyawa, deep-sea fisher,
known for his fish tales: R. Leack, architect, new city of Chicago: S. Logan, na-
tional tennis champion, in 1960: M. Longhelt, nurse at Hines Hospital: P. Lytle,
Ill. representative at National Convention of Cracker--Eaters at Crackertown,
lll.: A. Mack, track coach,: Univ. of lll. Cone time Olympic championl: A. Manos,
successful career wife: T. Matias, 7 ft. tall, thin man, Barnum-Bailey Circus:
A. Matiievich, Powers' model: C. Meisner, owner of "Charlie's Pool Hall" in
Brooklyn: I. lVIinari.k. big game hunter in North: I. Marquez, inventor of nylon-
gin, the new fabric: I. Myers, "loan of Argo", box-office favorite: A. Neitzel and
B. Niqq, famous dance team, "Nigg and Neitzel": I. Newman, leader of the New-
man octet: V. Niemeyer, authority on the Chinese: E. Olson, teacher of social
science: L. Parrot, Dean of Girls, high school: A. Pelko, chief mine inspector of
Ill. coal mines: W. Phares, beautician at Columbia Studios: R. Ploszek, flutist
in London Symphonic Orchestra, directed by A. Bednor: H. Polner, editor of
"2l" the book for college girls: A. Presto, gym instructor at Morton High: N. Rad-
datz, sole heir to the Western Electric Company: G. Ross, singer with P. Wohl-
bruck's band: L. Sanchez, living in South America on a coffee plantation:
G. Schauer, absent-minded chemistry professor: L. Schmidt, foreman of machin-
ists at CPR.: B. Sparacino and L. Strelczyk, bookkeepers at United States Mint,
in Kentucky: I. Suski, engineer on the Twentieth Century Limited: D. Templin,
"Doll Face" for ads of the same name: L. Ti.mmons, editor, Women's Page,
Chicago newspaper: N. Tomich, G. Krupa's protege, now himself famous:
M. Tumer, radio announcer: A. Urban, superintendent of nurses, County Hos-
pital: R. Van Ort, top rodeo man: P. Wagner, private sec'y to E. Wittenkeller,
Sec'y of State: A. Woicik, Broadway star: G. Woodky, owner of Wood-Kyssed
Perfume Co.: B. Zdorcak, librarian, Chicago Public Library.
Tomorrow? No need to worry about this class!
Miss Phillips, Mr. Hauswald, Sponsors
Iames Proffitt, President
Hubert McDonald, Vice Pres.
Ann Sonopol, Secretary
Alice Blazek, Vice President
Tannie Sonopol, Secretary
Marianne Pederson, Treas.
Anne Novosad, President
Lorraine Kriz, Treasurer
Sheila Davis, Historian
Richard Morgan, Reporter
Ann Sonopol, Arqolite
larnes Copp, Arqolite
Ann leno, Arqolite
Buser, Mr. C. Williams, Sponsors
Walter Katenhausen, Pres.
Tannie Sonopol, Arqolite Bernacline Hornko, Historian
Grace Pishos, Argolite Weldon Anderson, Reporter
Will Sahs, Arqolite Alice Wagner, Arqolite
F R E S H M E N
Mr. Kusenda, Sponsor
Doris Braasch, Secretary
Rornona Considine, Treas.
Kathleen Mcrnos, Historian
Warren Allen, Reporter
Carol Scheibe, Arqolite
Pat Falconberry, Arqolite
THE IUNIOR CLASS
GEORGIA ARMSTRONG 0 IOYCE ASHLEY 0 MARY ELLA BARBER 0 IANE BARTKE 0 ARNOLD
MARVIN BELL I BETTY BLOCK 0 BARBARA BOLSTER 0 IOSEPH BRENCIC I TRUDY BRODNICKI
WILLIAM BROWN I ROSE BUCKMEIER 0 MARY IANE BURNER l MARGARET BUSSE 0 IAMES
IOHN CARTHAN 0 IRENE CARVER 0 WILDA CAUHORN 0 ADOLPH CHESNEY 0 ROBERT
DONALD COCHRANE 0 DOROTHY CONSIDINE 0 IAMES COPP 0 IRENE CORBIN 0 SHEILA
ISAAC DELGADO O MARTIN DUNAICIK 0 RENA DUNCAN u IEROME ECKERT 0 BYRON
IEAN ESCH 0 ROBERT FAULK O CORDELIA FERRY O ORVILLE FLOYD 0 ROGER GARRISON
THERESA GILPOYLE 0 EARL GIPP 0 ROSE GLUSKO 0 ROBERT GRAHAM Q DONALD
DAISY HAMILTON O PHYLLIS HENDERSON 0 BERNADINE HENLEY 0 ALICE HERNANDEZ
ROBERT IAROSIK 0 ANN IENO 0 ROBERT IOHNSON 0 AUGUSTINE IONES 0 EMILY
PAT KEIIKO 0 JAMES KLANYAC 0 LELA KLUVE 0 LILLIAN KORAN 0 ELAINE KREMEN
SHIRLEY KRETERFIELD 0 IOAN KRISTOFIK 0 LORRAINE KRIZ I IANE LQDUCT I SHIRLEY
ART LEIMGRUBER 0 WILLIAM LEWANDOWSKI 0 LOIS LIND 0 ANTHONY LISS 0 IOHN LOS
EDWARD MACK 0 GEORGE MACK 0 FRED MACKALL 0 HUBERT MCDONALD I DELORES
IEAN MARKEZICH O CATHERINE MARTELLO o TONIETTA MARTELLO 0 ROBERT MAXA
RAYMOND MOORE 0 ROBERT MORGAN 0 BILL NASH 0 LAWRENCE NATIVO 0 DOLORES
MARY ANN NIEDBALLA I ADAM NOVOSAD 0 ANN NYKIEL 0 ROBERT OBERBECK 0 ELEANORE
NADINE PARROTT 0 GERALD PANZER 0 LESLIE PEDERSON 0 CHESTER PERCZYNSKI
THOMAS PLANT O AGNES POLLARD 0 GEORGIANN POLLY 0 LORNA POLLY 0 FRANK POT
IAMES PROYFITT 0 MARY ANN POTACKI 0 NORMAN RICK 0 ROBERT RIDDLE 0 RICHARD
TED RONCZKOWSKI 0 BEVERLY ROSS O DONALD ROSS I CHESTER SAMBOR 0 VIRGINIA
ARNOLD SCHEDIN O MARTHA SCHOONVELD 0 IEAN SCHMIDT 0 EUGENE SCHMITZ
WILMA SEVIER C DONALD SEWARD I SIDNEY SEWARD 0 ELVERA SIEGWORTH O HENRIETTA
ANNE SONOPOL 0 IENNIE SMIT O IOHN STANTON 0 LUCILLE STEFANSKI 0 CHARMAINE
RAY STEINBEIGLE 0 STANLEY STELMASZYK O ROSE SWEDO 0 DOLORES SZYMANSKI
SHIRLEY TREADWAY O OLGA TSOURMAS 0 IACK TUTTLE 0 LORRAINE VANDERMUIL
ALICE WAGNER 0 VICTORIA WANDS 0 MARY ANN WEISS o NATALIE WHITKO 0 BETTY
PAT WRENN O ROBERT YOUNG I GEORGE ZACHAU 0 DOROTHY ZIEBELL
IUNIORS NOT PICTURED
0 IEAN HURD
0 STEVE MAZAK
0 RUTH PETZOLD
0 ELAINE SCHRANZ
0 KATHERINE TINMAN
0 RICHARD VELDMAN
VICTOR BALANOFF 0 RICHARD BALSEVICI-I 0 MARY ELLA GREEN 0 GEORGE HEBDING
IEAN LQROCHE Q JAMES MATAITIS o IOHN MINIRIK I FRANCES PAWELEK 0 ELOISE
MORGAN 0 FRANK POTEMPA 0 CONNIE SIEIA
H O N O R R O L L
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12 o'clock means Hi-Noon,
with two twenty minute periods
ot supervised fun: basketball,
volleyball, badminton, checkers.
Hi-Noon officers: Iames Fin-
negan, president, Don Cochran,
secretaryg Billy Nash and Rich-
ard Doranski, co-chairmen.
WHERE'S YOUR PASS?
Every student wants to serve
at one time or another on the
Vigilance committee. These stu-
dents Csome are selected, others
volunteerl keep an eye on
movements about the school
and make timely suqqestions to
fellow students when the occa-
sion warrants it.
Mary lane Burner
South Suburban Social
Studies met at Argo High No-
vember 2. The morning session,
a panel discussion of "Evalua-
tion of Field Trips." Hazel Phil-
lips, state president of the coun-
cil, delivered the welcome ad-
dress. Argo members: Hazel
Phillips, Edna Wilson, William
Eagan, and Everett Larson.
New physics equipment: a
Bausch and Lomb spectroscope
used to analyze light and to
help the class analyze chemical
compounds: also magnetic and
astronomical compasses, sex-
tants, and navigation charts
used for training airplane pilots
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA
CSee pictures pages 2 and l2J
President, Pearl Wagner
Vice-President, Lillian Koran
Secretary, Ruth Petzold
Historian, Mary Ella Barber
Ann Marie Durka
Treasurer, Rose Buckmeier
Reporter, Mary Ann Weiss
Parliamentarian, Beverly Ross
Song Leader, Georgia Armstrong
S P O N S O R S
Miss Walton Miss Eringman
M E M B E R S
Thelma lean Kemp
Mary Lou McAllister
Mary Ann Neidballa
Mary Belle Lett
Mary layne Burner
Wilda lean Cauhorn
Mary Di Ganqi
Mary Ann Neidba
Mary Ann Potacki
Mary Ann Weiss
O F F I C E R S
President, Patricia Kaktis Treasurer, Dorothy Debelak
C O M M E R C I A L Vice President, Alice Woicik Publicity Chairman,
H O N O R Secretary, Helen Polner Marydella Allen
Miss Hendershot, Miss Milleville, Mr. Lauderback
QUILL AND SCROLL
President, Patricia Kakiis
Vice Pres., Helen Knezevich
Secretary, Esther Meislcas
Treasurer, Vivian Kriz
I. I B R A R Y
A S S I S T A N T S
WEEKLY MAROON FOR 1947
"All Rights Grant Others"
S T A F F
Editor in chief, Pat Kakiis Faculty Advisor, Mr. Kusenda
Associate Editor, Helen Knezevich Associate Editor, Dick Morgan
Faculty Advisor, Mr. Maloy
PAGE EDITORS REPORTERS
Anne Sonopol Agnes Pollard
Bill Brown Alice Blazelc
Sheila Davis Iohn Mclnturft
Tannie Sonopol Lorraine Kriz
Marguerite Morris loan' Kristofik
Olga Tsourmas Ray Steinbiegle
Stella Ianettas Bob Rieck
Marydella Allen lune Kenrich
Pauline Blazina Dorothy Boss
Angeline Manos Ralph Stricker
Esther Metskas Lou Hopper
Lois Timmons Lois Lind
Grace Pishos Georgianne Parlin
Vivian Kriz Kathleen Manos
P R I N T I N G
Students in printing l and ll study balance, proportion, harmony, and the
use of color, There are posters in two and three colors, program covers laid
ont with proportional care, good planning in ticket composition, and general
Job printing undergoing improvement.
Linotype Operators: D. Buczkowski, C. Krueger, H. Veldrnan.
SOME THOUGHTS FOR TOMORROW
Superintendent Charles E, Winqo attended the American Association of
School Administrators' National Convention at Atlantic City on February 28-
March 6. Theme ot the convention: "Utilizing Human and Natural Resources."
Mr. Winqo was a member of the Reviewing Committee, North Central Associ-
ation oi Colleges and Secondary Schools, at the annual meeting held at the
Palmer House, March 23-28.
"EDUCATION FOR ALL ILLINOIS YOUTH"
The Board of Education and Mr. Vtlinqo attended the Thirty-Second Ioint
Annual Conference of the Illinois Association of School Boards and the Illinois
Association of School Administrators held in the Abraham Lincoln Hotel,
Springfield, Illinois, in October.
On lanuary 31, K :Sf K Productions tLorraine Kriz and Dorothy Kuyawal pre-
sented a quiz program. Participants: Betty Block, Lois Lind, Betty Zydorcak,
Georgia Armstrong, Dick Morgan, Ierry Panzer, Donald Haglund, Tony Matias
and Robert Graham.
Contestants: Phyllis Treadway, Robert Morgan, Betty Coomer, Tommy Espo-
sito, Mary Ann Potacki, Roger Garrison, Mary Della Allen, and Ian Mandel.
Phyllis failed to answer her questiong Robert Morgan knew the solution. Betty
Coomer, failing completely, finally persuaded Mr. C. Williams that she wanted
an E. Tommy Esposito joined Phyllis Treadway in a clothes race. Some fun!
Georgia Armstrong sang and received much applause. Mozry Ann Potacki
knew her music when quizzed. Roger Garrison, a little unfortunate, joined
Mary Della Allen, both blindfolded, in eating chocolate pie. Ian Mandel, Ted
Ronczkowski and Norman Spear brought the house down with their antics.
lan received the prize and kept one piece for himself.
G. A. A. BOARD
President, Esther Metskas
Vice President, Elaine Krernen
Secretary, Vivian Kriz
Treasurer, Marquerite Morris
Sponsor, Miss Buser
Social Mgr., Betty Block
Asst. Social Mgr., Marydella Allen
Prog. Mqr., Charmaine Stefanini
Business Mgr., Olqa Tsourmas
Candy Mgr., Barbara Bolster
Asst. Candy Mgr., Tannie Sonopol
Soccer Mqr., lrene Corbin
Vol. Ball Mgr., Bernadine Henley
Bowling Mgr., Lillian Koran
Archery Mgr., Angeline Manos
Swimming Mqr., Barbara Niqq
Tumbling Mgr., Dolores Mallory
M E M B E R S
Chloe Apostolopoulos Iune Kenrich
LaVeme Binkowski Leonore Meiron
Mary Iayne Burner
Mary Ann Neidballa
Tennis Mgr., Mary Ann Potacki
Basketball Mgr., Elvera Sieqworth
Baseball Mqr., lean Bjorklund
GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
All girls are encouraged to participate in a sport.
Today, 150 girls in the Girls' Athletic Association, a branch of the national
organization. Tomorrow, every girl a member. Girls attend camp each year
at Conference Point, Lake Geneva, where they meet with high school girls
from northern Illinois. Elaine Kremen, Betty Block, Angeline Manos and Helen
Knezevich have represented Argo at Conference Point.
SPORTS SCHEDULE FRESHMAN G.A.A. MEMBERS
Rhapsody in Blue
lane La Duct
loan De Young
'Au FIGHT FEARLESS ARGONAUTS
VARSITY o SPORTS . HONORARY
coAcH MATT Mcnmns
M E M B E R S
if All-Conlerence Football 1946
Iames Callahan 1-Donald Lambert
Fight, fearless Argonauts!
Hail, heroes true!
Voices ring out, praises we shout!
The Argo sails the blue.
Rah! Rah! Rah!
Fight, fearless Argonauts,
Hail, Maroon and White!
Colors fly high, victory is nigh!
Go, Argo, win this fight!
Tony Liss Ted Ronczkowski
Hubert McDonald Eugene Schmitz
Allan Mack William Scoby
lan Mandel f Norman Spear
wk Ralph Stricker
1' Raymond Perrin
O , gracioufi ueena :io Auefy!
.fdncl fcwhw fair fo dee.
Little Princess Titania, Ioan Hancks, danced before each candidate. Lights
went off! The audience was entranced! Lights flashed! Excitement was
high! The little fairy princess was kneeling before Queen PAT KAKTIS, the
Vivian Kriz, the ever popular one,
was crowned Queen of Basketball as
the Chorus sang, "Night and Day, You
Are the One!" ludge Lyznicki and his
Court of Appeals figured importantly on
this hC1DDY Occasion, which ended as
Norman Spear presented QUEEN VIV-
IAN with the senior bouquet.
A.C.H.S. B A N D
Rudolph Suchcrrda, Director
DRUMS BASS CLARINETS BASSES
D' Musson W. Schmitz L. Burris
K. Anderson M. A. Weiss B. Ellis
. E. Schmitz
N. Tom1ch TBUMPETS
D. Healy BARITONE
I. Corcoran R. Smith
I R. Iecka R S h It
D. Sarafmo T' Esposito - C U11
D ROS W. Allen
cummrrs I'S 1 Sd R. Morgar!
B. Ploszek 53200 R. Szymborski
7- Kemich B. sion TROMBONE
I. Kasmerchak H. Hqmihon B. Haines
E. Oleksy I. Kozar D. Seqshohz
A. Phares l- KOTVGH V. Stalawy
G. peaks C. lones L. Mallory
D- Ofsi FRENCH norms E'
B. Coomer A. Belke
D. Berquist L. Clark OBOE
F. Ruff F. Mackall N. Ramsden
I. M. Bucek
Band: Paul Wohlbruck, pres., Byron Ellis, vice-pres.: Anita Phares and Eugene
Schmitz, treas.: Remilda Ploszek and lean Esch, sec'yg Betty Stoll, librarian.
Orchestra: Nadine Hamilton, pres.: Virginia Kremer, sec'yg Daisy Hamilton,
V Band President, 3 Years
Master of Ceremonies, Band Banquet
Rob's foster mother ,.,.,,,........
Belle of the gypsy camp...
Meg's husband .,,.......,.........Y,,,,A.........,,.vY--AY,,----
Gypsy lad in love with Zara ....Y,,,.,,........vYYYYYYYVV
The Gypsy Rover, Later Sir Gilbert Howe.,
Daughter of Sir George ,..........YY.,,.....,.....,YYYY-Y, ,,--
An English top ..,,,.,,,,,,,,............,Y,
An English Gentleman .,,,,,,, ........ . .
Sir George's second daughter ...,.,,,,
Captain in the English Navy .,,,,,,
A social aspirant .....................Y,
A song publisher ..,.... , ,,....,,..,....v,,.v,,....,..,. '...YY Y .
The Butler ,,...,,,,,,....,, ..........,
. ..,.... G. Pishos
Eugene Murray, Arnold Belke, Bob Graham, Bob Szymbarski, lrene Carver, Henry Sal'
gado, Peter Vulistis, Paul Wohlbruck, Pauline Lytle, Catherine Martello, Anita Phares,
Mary Ella Barber
Iessie Mae Bucek
Mary Bell Lett
:je Song 'UM ang af 141090 ig . . 7,
Two hundred students participate continually in music.
A progressive instrumental and vocal music program in the local elementary
schools has had a decided effect on the desire of students to continue music
study in high school.
Already boasting practically every type of instrumental and vocal ensemble,
A.C.H.S. is on the road to increasing ideals in music literature and performance.
National Music Education Convention: Paul Wohlbruck, Bob Szyrnborski, Mr.
Third Row: Sandraco. Mgr., Kuncic, Balsevich, McDonald, Steinbeigle, Mack, Ballanofi, Mattingly,
Second Row: Coach McBride, Copp. Leimgruber. Sparucino. Iecha. Scoby. Callahan, Schmidt.
First Row: Doranski, Oltman. Perrin, Lambert. Stricker, Spear, Bales, Fregeau.
Not pictured: Henry Niedballa.
We will win
and win again,
we will be . . .
A strong La Grange team, First game. Anderson injured, out for season.
Don Lambert, elected captain. Hard tought game.
Argo sadly beaten. Argo scored in last quarter. Passes from Spear to Perrin
set up touchdown. Spear plunged over from the two yard line. Extra point
Argo played a good defensive game. Neither team able to score. Leirngruber
intercepted a pass. Scoreless tie.
Conference game. Spears twenty-tive yard end run. Ken Oltman kicked
extra point. Perrin, great defensive garne.
Stricker scored on smash through center. Oltman kicked extra point. Oltman
scored second touchdown on end run in last quarter. Extra point missed.
Good garne. Stricker scored oft tackle for thirty yards. Spear injured, Stricker
took over. Oltman scored in fourth quarter on end run.
Hardest game ot the year. Argo lost six play-
ers, auto accident. Fought to win game for in-
Best game ot conference. Spear and Perrin
scored tor Argo. Oltman converted extra point.
Best play ot the game by Lambert and Perrin.
Argo trounced Riverside. Stricker scored,
smashing through center tor twenty yards and
the score. Stricker scored extra point by
plunging over on a line smash. Spear scored
the two touchdowns with runs of 65 and BU
Leading scorers tor the season: Spear, 30:
Stricker, l9, Oltman, l5y Perrin, 6.
Season record: l win, 6 losses, l tie. The lone
victory was the trouncing of Morgan Park Mili-
tary Acaderny42O-O. The tie came when Argo
played the powerful West Aurora team. Lead-
ing scorers: Iohn Curry, Butch Sahs, and Dick
Aerial. Coach PYrz.
Fourth Row: Funk, Muros. McDaniel, Howes, Woodky, Voss, Howell, Lambert, Zolokar, Leim-
Third Row: Coach Pyxz, Allen, Sahick, Orsi, Alexander, Smith, Sullivan, Cusimano, Bockerich.
Second Row: Segal, Scrhs, Husch. Anderson. Schikora, Curry, Ziehell, Neerman, Morgan.
First Row: Duvall, Murray. Mgr., Badovinac, Esposito, Schmitz, Lydolph.
Ten boys with major letters in track . . . Bloom contest, Mack
scored first . . . larrett, first in second race, Proviso . . . Mack,
first in third race, Bloom . . . Argo placed fifth in fourth race
. . . Iarrett first for Argo, scoring fourth . . . Argo beat Hinsdale,
B A S E B A L L Mack first . . . Argo fifth in Proviso Invitational Meet . . . Mack
COACH COOK second . . . Argo Won against Hinsdale . . . Mack and Finnegan
tied for first . . . larrett third, Lemmon sixth, Ronczkowski eighth
Spear' Mandel' Hebdlnqf Slfick' . . . Argo fifth in Meet at Proviso . . . larrett first for Argo, scoring
er, Lambert, Kuncic, Harm, fourteenth.
Bales, Anderson, Morguez, Fre-
geau, Schuett, Doranski, DuBois,
Steinbeigle, Ronczlcowski, Copp,
A, Leimgruber, C. Leimgruber.
Second Row: Iarrett, Freidel, Spezos, Richards, Howe, Hehding, Mack, Seward, Coach XVi1liams,
First Row: Ronczkowski, Lemmon, Millington, Burner, Haynes, Peterson, Finnegan.
Pass it to the
Pass it to the
Pass it to the
Well all right!
Well all right!
Well all right!
Argo opens '46 season by trouncing Highland Park. Mandel, high scorer, with sixteen points.
Loses close game with Riverside, Stricker 14 points,
La Grange beats Argo.
First league game, Cal. Cify trounces Argo. Mandel, eleven points.
Brilliant defensive play. Mandel and Heloding pace Argo to victory.
Argo travels to Downers Grove. Mandel fourfeen points help Argonauts to beat Downers Grove
Second Conference game. Argo on last minute rush to win over Lockport. Hebding, 13 points
Argo meets M,P.M.A. Beaten by foo much height and good rebounding.
wins after fast come back by Argo five, Mandel leads, with sixteen points.
Third How: Balsevich, Mandel. Seward, Stricker,
Niedballa, Hebdinq, Steinbeigle, McDonald.
Ronczkowski, Coach McBride.
Second Row: Mazak, Bales, Copp, Spear, Leim-
gruber, Novosad. Muckey.
First Row: lohnson, Beushausen, Hadley. Harm.
Third Row: Muros, Sullivan, Rich, Woodky, How-
ell, Marcheschi, Osier, Allan. Threm.
Second Row: Coach Williams, Bohannion, Mc-
Daniels, Morgan, Neen-nan, Mallory, Harm. Par-
rott, Parus, Zaiokar, Mgr.
First Row: Balich, Wingo, Esposito. Leimgruber,
Labuda, Mgr., Alexander, Speros, Scoby, Cole.
Argo to Cal. City to compete in their annual Christ-
mas tournament. Blue lsland wins. Mandel and
Stricker top scorers.
Bloom beats Argo. Mandel and Striclcer lead Argo
Best game of the season. Argo wins. Stricker, re-
bounding, saves Argo from defeat, Peotone.
Argo Conference records so far: one win, four
losses, trounced by Blue lsland.
Argo meets M.P.M.A, on home floor. Briiliani de-
fensive play by Steinbeigle, Ronczkowski helps Argo
Argo heats Cal. City in overtime. Fastest game of
season. Mandel clinching game with basket and
free throw. -
Argo beaten by Lockport. Stricker high point scorer.
Argo meets defeat by Downers Grove five.
Kankakee too strong for Argo five.
Argo beats Bloom. Boys wonderful in scoring.
Ronczkowski and Steinbeigle, good defense.
Batavia defeats Argo. Spear, high scorer.
Beat Blue island in last home game. Steinbeigle
Peotone beats Argo, too much height and rebound-
ing. Stricker, high scorer.
Argo played Morton in the regional tournament
and the score ended the season for Argo.
A DATE WITH IUDY
Director. Mr. Hauswald
Assistant Director. Helen Knezevich
Prompiers Stage Hands
LaVerne Binkowski Orella Haerr Robert Caputo Henry Salqado
Lucy Alexander Elsie Erdrncmn George Lonqhelt Ray Copp
C A S T
ludy FOS'ter ,,,,,,,,. ...,..., E sther Metskas Mitzi Hoffman ,,,,,,,, ..,,,,,,,, B arbara Niqq
Melvin Foster ..7,,,,,, ..,,,,,, P aul Raddatz Mr. Martindale ,...,,,,,, ......,,,, H erbert Harm
Dora Foster V....,,Y777,,777 ,.w.,,,777, P auline Blazina Mrs. Hotchkiss ,,77,,77,, ,YY,,,Y77.7i...... R ose Leack
Randolph Foster ,,...,..., .,,,,,,,, B emard Lyznicki Eloise Hotchkiss ,,,,,s7,i.. .,,,,,,, N acline Hamilton
Hannah .f,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,,,,,, I uanita Bryant Mrs, Shlutzhammer ,,,,,,,,,,,,...... Marquerite Morris
Barbara Wirisocket .,,7,,,, ,,,,7,..., A nge-line Manos Rexford Meredith O'Connor ,,,,,,,..,.... Albert Bona
Oaaie Prirrale ,,,7777,, .... ,,,,,,,,,,, I a ck Mclnturtt Susie ,,,,7......v,,.,,,,7,,,,,,,,,,7 ..,.. ..., ,,,,,,,, V i V ian Kriz
Every member of the cast worked very hard to make this a most successful
play. Especially to be commended because of the long parts they had and
' because of the willingness and readiness they displayed were Esther Metskas,
Bernie Lyznicki, and Pauline Blazina. The Whole cast deserved "E" for effort.
We sincerely hope that future senior play casts will show the same fine spirit
this one did.
Trials and Tribulations of the teen-age miss are great! Iudy Foster had her
lerry Panzer, a tall, good looking chap, conceited but likeable.
Hubert McDonald, with a shock of unruly hair and a wide grin.
limmy Callahan, a slow moving chap, with a lugubrious voice.
Robert lohnson, the runt, with a pugnacious look, seldom walks: he runs!
Donald Haglund, the school principal, who seldom smiles.
Roger Garrison, one ot those "hail-fellow-well-met" men.
Georgia Ann Polly, one of those "good-time gals," always tull of pep.
Mary lane Burner, seldom popular with the boys as a dancing partner.
Agnes Pollard, a dollslike, pretty girl, who laughs in a high, silly manner.
Dorothy Ziebell, the "good-pal" type ot girl, fun in a crowd.
Richard Morgan, a slight, quiet-mannered chap, with a very boyish, serious
Fred Mackall, a young instructor, who takes his work as a professor very seri-
Lorraine Kriz, a glamourous movie star, sweet and charming if necessary.
Maxa, a x-uorldeweary individual, hard-boiled, and practical.
Sheila Davis, a sweet, shy girl, terribly thrilled, away from home to attend a
Lawrence Nativo, a small-town boy making good on the home town paper.
Shirley Treadway, the chaperone, out to see that they don't have a good time.
BEST Poor FORWARD E,e,m,,,e Omg,
Director. Mrs. Kamin Managers
.7!Le ghanging cene
Graduation . . . spring turns into summer . . . school is out
and we are ready for Tomorrow. . . the great, new days ahead.
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