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MARY A. FORBES
841 VV. Vvonrl St. Commercial
Mary, an unconcorneml. lively girl,
cleligllts in swimming during the
1107 VV. Vvnlnul Sl. Commercial
Foo, wlto enjoys Llancmg, is
gay anrl conversational.
Glue Clulm 4: Drirlllzrtic Clulx 4g
Nve-Hi 2, 5: Opcrcttu 4.
NORMA M. GOLDEN
1010 VNV. Lynn St. General
Frank and Llirect, "Ish" can al-
ways ba seen at school clances.
We-Hi I, 2, 5: Dramatic Club
4: Glee Club 5, 4: Operetta 5, 4.
500 Main St, Academic
ItBUQ1i,,l H7110 is Cheefflll and
mannerly, is an enthusiastic math
DONALD YV. GRIFFITHS
1245 VV. Vvulnut St. General
Willilzg and helpful, Donalol finals
bowling his favorite pastime.
IGNATJUS J. GRONSKI
509 Main St. General
"Iggy," miscltievous ancl amusing.
gave a very goocl performance as
"Brother Goose" in the senior class
Class Play 4: Basketball 2.
EDVVARD J. GUBERNOT
ous, aml loyal to school and frieruls.
LEO J. GUNTHER
Home Room Prcsiclent 4.
THEODORE D. GUNTHER
500 lvlain St. Academ ic
Ambitious aml willing, mlqlteon
has an interesting collection of snap-
BERNARD G. GURSKIE
1606 Pulaski Ave. Acaclemic
A modest boy, Bernard is quiet
1114 VV. Nluntgomery St. General
"Iggy" is always cheerful, courte-
VIVIAN M. DUBLINSKI
1150 Clleiuung Sl. Academic
loyal to liar frienzls aml sclioo
Glee Cluln 1, 2, 5, 4: Basket all
Fricnrlly anrl svnsilzle, uviiin is "
1268 Clxcmung St. General
uFlo," who is neat aml agreeable.
always favors stuily periods.
Glee Clulu 1, 2, 3: Operetta 5:
VVC-Hi 25 Baslietloall l, 2.
DOLORES T. FERRANCE
1042 VV. Pine Sl. Commercial
Dolores is courteous and friendly
and G 1XlpitlJlC' Cll0E'I"l0UCl9l'.
Glue Clulw 4: Operctta 4: Client-
leacler 3, 4: Press Clul114: Le
Souvenir 4: Home Room Secretary
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MARIE T. BROZOSKI
'S Eu gIo Avo. AcmIr'm ic
nvxlormsf, mlm is intelligent mul
misclziovous. is notml for lwr willy
iolws uml sayings.
CIICP CIUIJ 4: Cjpvrciln 4: VVO-Hi
FAY L. CIIESNEY
S78 YV. XVnInuI SI. Acnclcmif
Rvsvriwcl anrl munnvrly, Fay on-
jrzys painting in Iwr spun-' time.
RUTH E. CUPP
R. IJ. 2, Box 130 Cj0Illlllf'l'I'IiiI
Hl2lIllllP,I' agrevalrlv anrl unrlvr-
siunzling. tlvliglwls in rnllvr slzuling.
BYRON B. VAUST
SKI Arch St. AcmI0miC
lnlelligvnl mul resvrvvrl, ulovn is
always willing Io lielp u lriurul.
VINCENT VV. FERRANCE
I042 Pint! Sl. Acndcnlic
"Wobbly," carefree mul Iwlpful,
is musically inclinoil.
Gym Team 2: FontImII 2, 3. 4:
ITIOHIC Rllfllll Sffretflry 2: ljrpgg Z
4: Lf' Suuvvnir 4. I
RICHARD L. IFOLTZ I
I345 IxII0llIg0Ill1'I'Y SI. Gi-ni-ml
Uljllflhu SllUI'l flllil lldlflf, is fl Cllr?
IYPP, UllCUll!'l'Y'lll'fI lllll:
MARTIN B, GALLACHER
I'McirIy." well-Ienuwn anzl popu-
Iur. lilevs to ivusr' girls rluring class.
BusIfi0IImII I: Boxing I.
THOMAS S. GRABOVVICZ
212 Vvelmster SI. Auuclcmic
UTommy." wlzo is very intelligvnt:
luvnrs lpriglutly culorvcl Iios rmfl
I455 VV. IVIuIIJcrry SI. Ac'acIr-n.ic
Agreeuble uml scliolurly, Illini"
especially enjoys lumting.
Danni' Cmnnniihw 5. 4: Ifuuilmall
4: Hfjllll' Room Ijresidonl 43 Class
. Vice Pfl'SI1,IPHl 4.
l'II2 AICII SI. Afunlvmim'
NIARCARET A. DEIBLER
ITIQ NV. CIwsInut SI, ci0IIlIIlCl'l'IiiI
Tull nnrl ailmriivv, Hpvgu lms
Imrmlilul uulmrn Inuir.
Drzmmlic' CIuI1 2. 5, 4: GIQQ
CIuI1 4: VXI0-IIi I, 2. 3, 4: Opcrcltn
4: Prvss CIuIm 4: Le Souvenir 4.
SHIRLEY L. DEITRICII
1530 VV. Lynn SI, GcneraI
Petite uml plvusunt, usllirlu is
noterl for Iwr musical almility.
Op:-rc-Ita 4: Glen CIuIv 5, 4.
D, EIIAEEN DERK
825 VV. CTIIPSIIIUI SI. Acadenlic
Loyal and polite, Eileen always
IIUS U Ullllijry Slllllff IGI' fllllse lUllO
FUHH' 'IPI' llilly.
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JOHN J. HALGASH
I249 Guwen SI. General
Lileealmle anrl tullzalive, Hclmngv
Iilees any Ieincl of outrloor sports.
Vvrcslling lg RiIIc Club I.
HARRY D. HAVVK
R. D. 2, Box 80 General
HDUCU, un untliusiustic science
stnrlent, is gounl nutnrcal anal un-
CLARENCE C. HEATH
1215 VV. VVaInut Sl. Gcncml
"Burney" 0 ular and well-
. 1 P P
dressed, is well known for his musi-
Boxing I, 2, 3. 4: Glee Clulu 4.
FAYE If. GRIFFITII
1520 VV. Vvnlnut SI, General
petite unrl weII-Llrvsserl, "Gus"
is fonrl of semi-classical music.
filer' Clulx 4: Press Clull 4:
Operetta 4: Le Souvenir 4.
ROSEMARY A. GROBLESKI
II36 Pulnslii Ave. General
Clwery unil agreeable, uGaIJIJyH
is mfry Ionrl of llltlllftllg, especially
Glue CIUI1 I, 2. 3, 4: Vve-I'Ii 21
Gpcrcltn 5, 4.
DOLORES D. GUSKY
I554 Pulnslii Ave. Commercial
HDorIoH, wllo is a quiet, con-
tented Iass, rleliglits in reading Izooles
in Iier spare time.
Glen CIUIJ I.
THERESA IVI. GUIOXVSKI
IOO5 VV. Fern SI. Acamleinii'
Tlieresu, neat and willing, is a
true Iriunxl and classmate,
OLGA A. HALCOVICH
404 Vvelnstcr SI. General
Friamlly mul ugreeulalu, Uolgvew
Ims Iveautiful Irrown eyes.
Glue CIuIJ 3: Bzuslcellmll I.
FLORENCE P. HIGGINS
H49 VV. Vvmmcl Sl. Gsm-ml
IIFIUII, lllilpflll llflfl Cll8Uf'y, 'IGS U
cleliglitful anal contagious Iaugli.
Glec Club 45 Vve-Hi 25 Opcrettu
DONALD L. HEITZMAN
U28 VV. Nlnnlgmnery St. General
ALMItSllI- is u quiet, sincere student
nnrl very uctive in tlle musical fle-
Bunnl I. 2, 5, 43 Orclicslra l, 2,
ORLIN E. IIILI.
R. D. 2. Box 355 Commercial
Baciqnmrrl and reserved, HHiIIyH
cleligllts in ice skating.
Bzmcl I, 2, 5, 41 Orcliestra l, 2,
MELV IN E. KEHRES
lIl5' VV. IVIon'omery St. General
Mellvin, very pleasant and lively,
collects coins as a Iiolulwy.
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