Englewood High School - Purple and White Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

 - Class of 1936

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'N H A v av wwf' . W ,x,!ffg?W,,fQ5 agywizgipgafgfiw of on WV W42?f,5,,MW ifwmfffff Q! Qj W 22136 ' ' -1- " v'gfplQvuq"'wv-rw-r -qigrgunuqluf'-yrvnmwlrvx w 'v' A - ' "- r M514 W ' THE PURPLE iff? ,ff AND WMM Qfiiag ZQW FAMILIAR TOWERS T H E PURPLE AND WHITE U SENIOR ALBUM l PUBLISHED BY THE FEBRUARY CLASS, 1936 ENGLEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL CHICAGO, 1LL1No1s O5 y- bg c.c,MMfL74M ?, ,wid 44-fa! 7Moefv' K! Jimi ,aaa-6 Jffawf www! :ggwz 2 -Z WW Wwwmifpwm , gm '--Q. .J ' 5 'Iv I , To MISS LILLIAN E. TI-IOMPSON IN GRATEFUL AND SINCERE APPRECIATION OF THE DAILY SERVICE RENDERED WITH CHARMING DIGNITY AND GRACIOUS SKILL OVER A PERIOD OF FORTY YEARS THIS BOOK IS RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED The Purple Sr WhitefStaff MYRTLE McFADDEN EDITOR VIOLET IOHNSTON ASSOCIATE EDITOR ROBERT WARREN BUSINESS MANAGER MARY ELLA BROGSDALE PETER DE STEFANO GEORGE FAIEISH LA VERNE FLEMING CELIA LABOW THEDA MACKIE MARION PHILLIPS PERRY ROUBIE IEANNETTE SMITH DENA SILVERMAN AUDREA THOMPSON EDITH THORNTON ANNA WALANGA BRUCE D. CHEADLE FACULTY ADVISER I F OREWORD IT HAS BEEN THE AIM OF THE STAFF TO PICTURE F OR YOU IN THESE PAGES SOME OF THE SPIRIT AND CHARACTER OF THE MID-YEAR CLASS OF 1936. WE HOPE THAT WHEN, AT SOME LATER DATE YOU OPEN THESE PAGES, YOU WILL REMEMBER MORE VIVIDLY THE EVENTFUL YEAR OF 1935-1936. -THE EDITORS. THE AVENUE V- - V I , , ., W,-.1 ,.. . ,, -.,. :r,.,,2,, , m...,,,,,,m,,,,' v F THE FQCULTY ,Z Wd !D.A!fwW MM X X UQ, fihm jx. 2, ' . Q2ff.,,Q-' 7, MR. WILLIS E. TOWER PRINCIPAL 1 MISS MILDRED WI-IEELOCK ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL i V 4 0 4 I Ky. " l .. r. tr C ' fx fi if-f P ': city Q. e, In A .,,,., . ...., , ,,..,, l 1 A ' A 1 1 4 , V I A DAYTON C. ATKINSON FLORENCE B, MANLEY EVA MITCHELL Second Year Fourth Year Third Year I V V Grade Principals N 1In flbemoriam MISS IESSIE M. LIVERMORE Miss Livermore was a member of the faculty of Englewood high school for nine years, from 1926 to 1935. She was born in Chicago in 1870. She graduated from the old Dearborn seminary for girls with honors, and next entered the University of Chicago, where she majored in art. After college Miss Livermore opened an art studio, and was commissioned to do stained glass windows for several Chicaqo churches. In 1898 she began her career as a teacher in the public schools and spent the remaining thirty-seven years of her life in this field. She taught art and English at Medill, Wendell Phillips, Crane, and Englewood. In each she made friendships with both the faculty and student body which lasted through the years. She was a member of the Chicago Women's Club, the Chicago Geographical Society, and the Central Eleanor Club. After a short period of illness, Miss Livermore passed away at the home of a friend on December 17, 1935. Services were held at the Hyde Park Baptist church. As a final gesture of farewell, music was supplied by the boys' choir of Englewood. Page Fourleen .., -ay , rf Among the Absent The passage of the Teachers Compulsory Retirement Bill last lune meant a loss to Englewood of many of its valuable and loved instructors. They have left vacancies that will never, it seems, be filled in quite the same way. l Among those who retired was the former Head of lunior Hall, Mr. Walter S. McGee, Before coming to Englewood ifl 1896, he was the principal of a grammar school in Champaign, Illinois. Between 1899 and 1910 he taught at Hyde Park, returning to Englewood in 1910. The subjects he taught were historyg botany, zoology, physics and algebra. Coming to Enalewbod in 1890, Doctor Albert L. Smith, affectionately called "Doc Smith," was absent only three,days from school in forty-five years. He taught physics, chemistry and mathematics, and was 'the joint author of "Essentials of Chemistry," a textbook used widely in high schools. He belonged to the "Collegiate Club" and "The American Chemical Society." The History Departm nt lost Mr. Frank C. lacoby, who came to Englewood in 1918. He had formerly taught in Cleviland, Ohio, and was Superintendent of Schools in Enid, Oklahomag Lyons, Kansas: and Sterling, Kansas. He also taught English and wrote "A Handbook in English Grammar." Twenty-seven of Mr. Archibald Paterson's teaching years were spent at Englewood where he came in 1907. He had tbught at Whitchell High School and Glasgow University. German, French, English and mathematics were the subjects he taught, and tn the latter he was a wizard. l Mrs. Lillys R. Geer, Spanish teacher, came to Englewood in 1893 and left tn 1900 to teach at Lindblom. ln 1935 slie retumed to teach at Englewood. She has written some poems and a number of them have been published. Miss Lillian W. Thompson, one of the leading history teachers at Englewood, retired on Decem- ber 20, 1935, after forty years of active service. She attended the Lewis-Champlin Grammar School and Englewood. Land returned here in 1895 to teach Latin, English, and history. Taking rr great interest in her s ool sorority, Gamma Phi Beta, she has served as Grand President, and delegate to the Pan-He enic Conventions. A number of teachers have been made principals or transferred to teach in other schools. Mrs. Lois C. Morstrom,l former Head of Senior Hall, is now the principal of the Betsy Ross School. Before coming to Englewood she was the principal of the Kenwood Loring School for Girls. In September, 1923, she carne to Englewood where she taught Spanish, Latin, and mathematics. The principal of the aven and Armour Schools is now Miss Rosa G. Maddock, former zoology teacher. While at Engl wood, Miss Maddock was the sponsor of the Biology Club. Miss Iettie Conlan, teacher of history at Englewood for four years, is now the principal of the Sherwood School. 1 Mrs. Hazel P. Stelnfellldt has been transferred to Fenger High School where she taught before coming to Englewood in 1932. While at Englewood she taught music and is remembered for the successful operettas she directed. Coach Charles W. Palmer, who taught gymnasium and civics here for eleven years, has been transferred to Fenger also. He attended Englewood and during his athletic career earned ten "E" emblems. ' Mr. E. Howard Marshall, who came to Englewood as a science teacher in 1930, ts now teaching at Calumet. Mr. Gustave F. Schubssler, mathematics teacher, has transferred to Calumet where he is teaching chemistry. , . Miss Helen F. Stanton of the English Department has transferred to Sullivan. Miss Ramah I... Guthfie, business training teacher, and Miss Agnes Drever, English teacher, have resigned. 1 Teachers on Sabbaticdl leave are: Miss Ella L. Campbell, English: Miss Inez E. Ostberg, Spanish, land incidentally a cousin of Colonel Lindberghlp Miss Katherine B. Cole, stenography: and Miss Adele A. Hedeen, English, who is studying at Columbia University. Miss Lois F. Ketcham, substitute stenography teacher, who became Mrs. Harold M. Davidson, died at Little Rock, Arkansas, on October 15, 1935, after an appendicitls operation. Miss Iessie M. Ltvermbre, who retired last June as an English teacher, died on December 17, 1935. Before coming to lEnglewood fifteen years ago she taught at Medill High and Wendell Phillips. She had specialized in art work before teaching English. Page Fifteen H m Our Englewood Written by Iames E. Armstrong Principal Emeritus All voices raise in songs of praise for Englewood, Our flags unfold and banners hold for Englewood, For many friends throughout the land, With loyal hearts all willing stand, To shout her praise, Our Dear Old Englewood. Chorus: Oh, Englewood, our Englewood, how many times before, You've taught us how to faithful be You've turned defeat to Victory. Oh, Englewood, our Englewood, We'll stand by you today. Hurrah! for the purple and white! Hurrah! for the purple and white! Oh, tell me of a high school where I should like to go, Where jolly pupils gather and seek life's work to know, Oh, tell me is there sunshine ln class and hall and heart, For l should like to join that school and try to do my part: Then here's a cheer for schoolmates dear, Hurrah! Hurrah! And here's a hand for teachers grand, Hurrah! Hurrah! Our loyalty we pledge to thee, We'll work for what we hope to loe, And honor then to Dear Old Englewood. Pagz' Si,x1z'r'n Y x f P 1 ' , H - - 1.5 .1 .,.. 1. " 4. Q , . - li, any ,, '. .. w L fr A , H 'fi H , 'L ' 4 . T -5' v 'Q 23-fl.-5 age, ggi.. H51 4. rl 2 .. I, KA . F Pa W Ee 5 i 'K vi' ' 9'-ff , '-U4 V, vt 5 4 W- n 15,1 w .Y 5 .1 L,"'1 1 Q .Q A 5 ,. V.. riiix. 'ff' ,.. F! , .pil uh, -In . . mharg '. !tiJ 531 , Lhfl A-". eff. . . mum' -. WJ, uf, M --.1 . :ii-b . "J-'. ,lt ' ,,. lf ,. r 1 ga' w 'Q J . , .,. ..., 'mv .' 7113. sr' " tif '- I' Zinw, il 4 ., ,,.. :L V .QKWFH Q-.2-a xx-' -1, Wir. 2 :ff-'w5,q -. 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'iwQA" f! , 'i 'L - "- '.Q'MW ', A- A .Lff 32 'Lvw' ' " 1-' fi? 455,14 gin, ffgjkg-f,'ib :i1,'.'t'a- .Q .5 ' A .5 -"fi if , .wg.. li.. v V ,1 ., ..,lx 1 Wi, v' ' ' . . N A lv. L It 1 ' 1 ' . 'E .Lf S , , . '- .xv A46 1' ,.,-,- . 211 . . "r1':'s V- :W 43 1:2 . .,,,.-:- 7 'Z Y J 1 I J '-.:, . - , M. . .. 5, " Q Page Eight THE SUN DIAL Class OH1 M Xecutives WILLIAM IENKINS VICE-PRESIDENT ALBERT BENISH TREASURER MYRTLE MCFADDEN PROGRAM CHAIRMAN AND EDITOR B WMREN SMfX5XI R D Page Nine' .Af A Autbgfaphsl Qfgjdzb ' WM 7!g?fWi?YjgMWJ MQ F fly WM S SW' ' - My 'WM VW "Mg" QW www 5 fy gf' b MXL W mil? W 5 7'a?QWo3fZ2Z9 ' ful-PP .4.L2.,wf,wodv fum, ,ww mfgiym 24 Jwm fa., 3, 4011-1 ww . A1 Mrbubw afwv , G W J, 1 2' f BURLINGTON S. ADKINS "Quiet, 'good little work- er' :End well liked by his ren s. ' 1 ' P1-s Foot gl - Le r s 1 at xv! 0 l 45 Dr a -4f Glee 'Be ' w t ea ome . 0- nga ' FRANCES W. ALEXANDER ,A af?"-J -4 G.A.A. 1-4: Public Speak- ing 3-47 French Club lp Pipe Organ 47 Dancing 4. "'Billie's' dancing feet will be an asset in her chosen physical education college." Rail-IY ALF ORD H ll 5 l K 9 . . ebo ter 37 p ancing 3. " 'Dot' ' h manner born nurse 0 J Q 6 SALLYE M. ALFORD Englebooster l-4: G.A,A. I-4: Special Dancing 1-35 Girl Reserves 4. "Sa1lye delights in sports and has aspirations of be- coming a teacher." CAROL R. ANDERSON "E" Weekly 3-45 Assist- ant Treasurer 4: C.l.C. 47 G.A.A. 2-49 Englebooster 4. "Lovely and lovable should find it simple to get her 'Prince Charming'." DORIS ANDERSON Girls' Glee Club 2-31 G. A.A. I-45 Englebooster 4. "An outstanding applicant for the role of perfect stenographelxj- , JA-ti. - L 1' I ,i 5,L,,,,4--...-1 ,4'4!'L- . ff. . IAMES ANDERSON "Quiet and retiring but nice to have for a friend." tis. ALL, ll KATHEQINE L. ANDERSON .141 1.5.4 .LL AJ' 14-'rv 7 G.A.A. l-4: Dancing 47 " 4 I Englebooster.4p Secretary I. All l t Q' "Yearns for the knowl- edge of her good-natured history teacher." FRANK A. ANGLIN R. O. T. C. 15 Interclass Baseball 1: Basketball 4: Student Council 4. "One of the answers to a maiden's prayer." KATHRYN ARMSTRONG A Capella Chorus 3-4: Englebooster 4: Guard 4: G.A.A. 1-4. "Hopes to accomplish something worth while in lite." CLAUDE I. AUSTIN Interclass Baseball 25 Basketball 2. "All that he does, he does with all his might." MARVIN BAHR "He has a will to win and win he will." ESTHER BAKER "The versatile 'Skippy' in- tends to go places in the business wor1d." Page Twenty-one k f i n OSWALD BALCHEN "His mother calls him 'Sunny' because he's so bright." WILLIAM A. BANKS "Chemical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin spells 'Bill's' future." RD BARZUNAS "E' Weekly 4Af Guard 47 ng ooster 3-4. " eign newspapers and t l are 'Ed's' chief in- rests. ' LILLIAN M. BECKER Secretary 3-47 G.A.A. 1-Z. " 'To start at the bottom and work up' is 'Lil's' com- mendable aim." ARY BEGLEY 'Shorthand proficiency is . ya J .vJ""4v JJ KR the goal for which 'Sis' is F4 striving." 3 .f ix tt cj f' 'S .! ' . - In 4- '5 ALBERT BENISH ' Chairman of Student fy Council 47 Treasurer of Sen- . ors 47 Basketball 3-47 4A Letterman's Club 47 Student ' 'Court Judge 1-2-3. r' ' "The coveted B. A. de- ff ' 'qree will be one of 'Al's' futnre distinctions." ,U.. ' Q tNot graduating! -!jxJ4"' A' . A-A". my . lv' V ROBERTGLBLACKBURN " A I Lowiub' Page Twen ty-two LOLA M. BLAKLEY G.A.A. 2-47 Guard 47 Equipment Secretary to Gym 47 Enqlebooster 4. "Singing and reading are 'Chick's' favorite pastimes." 117, ' JW' V, IAN BONOME Secretary 27 Secretary 37 Service Bureau 3-4: "E" Staff 2: G.A.A. l-4. "Petite 'Vivie' enjoys nothing so much as reading and eating apples." CHARLES BOSKUS Interclass Baseball l-47 Basketball l-47 Handball 3 Enqlebooster l-4. "'Chuck's' future is all wet-he aims to be a deep- sea diver." ' EMELE BREDA "Future distinction surely awaits our musically-incliir ed 'Macbeth'." MARY ELLA BROGSDALE G.A.A. Delegate 47 G..'t. A. Member 2-3A4i Purple and White Staff 47 Secre- tary 47 Englebooster 4. "Charming and natural Mary is a favorite with her teachers and friends." BERNICE BROWN G.A.A. 3-4. "Bern aims to become a nurse who will hold the faith of her patients." FELICIA M. BROWN Letter Girl 47 A Capella Chorus 47 G.A.A. 1-41 Eu- rythmia 1-47 Englebooster l-Z-4. "Normal College is the future haven oi our indus- trious 'Brownie'." JANET L. BUGNER National Honor Society 45 Girls' Glee Club 45 Vice- President of Student Council 45 Class President 45 "E" Weekly Delegate 3-4. "The difficult field of psy- chiatry will prove the test ot Ianet's born leadership." CATHERINE BUTTS G.A.A. l-2-3: G.A.A. Dele- gate 25 Englebooster 45 Guard 3. " 'Cathy' hopes to find someone who will really understand her." FREDRICK E. BYRD Lightweight Basketball Team 3-45 Englebooster 1-2- 45 Student Council Delegate 15 lnterclass Baseball l-25 Hall Guard 16.3. "A 'Big Ten' school will be the natural spot for 'Lefty's' physical abilities." CARL E. CARLSON lnterclass Baseball 2-35 lnterclass Basketball 2-45 Guard 45 Enqlebooster 2-45 Sophomore Football 2. "Always original, 'Cull' wants to join the navy and see the wor1d." , , ff' . , ., 1 E, . 525307533 Ll . ,G. . l-5 4, Otchestx? 2-45 Gi15rdv4.' "P9lSf'V9, lo ble 'Olly' ,. F1111 :fever be thout a,txtie -riend.f' " L 1, I ' 4 ' l , ll. A CHARLES CASSUTO lnterclass Baseball 25 lnterclass Basketball 25 Englebooster 4. " 'Chic' aims to become a big business man." EDWINA M. CHAVERS Senior Basketball 45 En- glebooster l-2-35 G.A.A. Del- egate 1, 35 Latin Club 35 G.l-LA. 1-4. "Tiny vivacious 'Ween- ie' collects pins and pic- tures." EARL E. CHRISTMAS "E" Weekly Delegate 15 Student Council 25 Orches- tra l-45 Guard l-35 Engle- booster 1-3. " 'Iinglebells' will do his best to be a success in lite." RUTH M. CLARK Guard 45 G.A.A.5 Engle- booster 2-3-4. "Fun-loving 'Clark' plays hours." with the dog in leisure 5 HESTER C. CLARKSTON G.A.A. l-45 G.A.A. Dele- gate 35 "E" Weekly Dele- gate 4. "Intends to be wearing a nurses uniform in a few years. VIVIAN E, COLBERT G.A.A. 3-45 Englebooster 45 A Capella 4. "The nursing profession finds another recruit in the person of 'Viv'." ODESSA CONLEY fNot graduatingl GWENDOLYN M. CONNORS G.A,A. l-35 Englebooster 2-35 Guard 45 Secretary to Miss Hollis 45 Library As- sistant 2-3. "Business college plus secretarial ability is the key to 'Gwen's' future." IOSEPH I. CONSIDINE "A college romance will soon rob us of this bach- elor." Puge Twrnty- tb rec fi f 2 as f J Y lj 1' jo 41 J .,.-Q1-L 'JM 7 AJ A 0,1444 - lla 15 , .,. . 1' X Eg-uf? Z ff Z, Cc, , QM., , ML, WWA ggfs. Q M . ., . ., . 1 .x M ,.-- P.-, ,.,. W2 , aZ'Wif'96,,44L f u 'Yf Hfla2-li, xwfiw AQZMI 'Wffffa 1 .mn X J ' KM M Q gm J, fy? f ' jw 6 1, .4 ,, ,A f ff- I ' , My Aff .-f'.1: ffff P "w2i ' f K h 4 V:e,,,f , '- Q' ff'Qf1 L'Q" Q 1 1 l , I - v . O I E. ' A ,X i A C --CC' N it ty 7 . K . X. ltigxa it, . - J" ,lo 01 lppilbnp J ll 114 NANCY DABNEY P Senior Basketball 47 Stu- dent Council 27 G.A.A. l-47 Iunior G Senior Baseball 3- 47 G.A.A. Delegate 3. " 'Nance' is headed for Central 'Y' Colleqe." LAWRENCE D'AMATO Basketball 2-3-47 Swim- ming 17 Interclass Baseball 1-27 4A Letter Men's Club 47 Stage Crew 4. "One of the reasons why 3 , girls go to Englewood." , N .v- .1 ,lt PETER DE STEFANO I-ri-F Iunior Class President 37 .Purple 6 White 47 School Bank 47 National Hon r So- ciety 47 Englebooster qi-4. "A Romeo he aspires to 113- and we hope he finds his Iuliet." Y f- 1 HYMANDOMCK ' ' E ' ' Weekly Business Manager 47 Student Court 3-47 Vice-President Aristoi 27 Honor Society 47 Quill 6. Scroll 4. " 'Shadow' wants to sing 'like the birdies sinq."' ALICE DOZIER Library Assistant 3-47 G. A.A. 1-2-4: Secretary 4. "Will try for a teacher's certificate at the University of lllinois." VANDIVER DRAPER Football 47 Student Coun- cil Delegate 3-47 Police 47 Boxin 4. Q "Success to one who wants to become an out- standing actor." CARL ELLIS R.O.T.C, 1-27 Student Council 1-2-47 Student Po- lice 47 Englebooster 1-47 Honor Society 4. "Has high h o p e s of a c h i e v i n g aeronautical fame." " l'rW'U"1!'l" ' OZERLEAN ELLIS G.A.A. 1-2-47 Dancing 37 Englehooster 1-27 Student Council Delegate 1. "Remember E.H.S. when you have explored every corner of the medical world." KENNETH ERICSON Zoology Messenger 3-47 Student Police 47 lnterclass Basketball Champs 3. "The University of Ala- bama Iooms on 'Kent's' ho- r1zon." GEGRGE FAIBISH Honor Society 47 Inter- class Baseball l-27 Purple 6 White Staff 47 Fire Mar- shall 47 Room Reporter 2. " 'Pinky' will make good as a sports writer on the University paper." MARIAN FELTHEIM Englebooster 1-47 G.A.A. l-47 Room Reporter 2. " 'Happy' is going to con- tinue bringing some good into this ld world." MARIE FERGUSON Englebooster l, 3-42 G.A. A. l-47 Guard 2-47 Dancing 1-2. "Loves to dance, to sleep and to eat sweets." ANNIE FISHER "E" Weekly Delegate l- 27 G.A.A. 1-2, 47 Engleboos- ter 1-4. "Business-like Ann is headed straight for a busi- ness college." LA VERNE FLEMING Purple 61 White 47 G.A.A. 1'4j Englebooster 4. " 'Verne' will hike her Way to success." Page T'w'r1ly-five Miki L' .. lf ' HOSE FLEIVIINGS G.A.A. 45 Englebooster 4. "Hollywood will welcome the work ot 'Baby Rose'." IULIA FLOWERS G.A.A. 2, 45 Englebooster 2, 45 Guard 3-4. "Dancing will be a chief diversion at Fiske Univer- sity." VERA FLOWERS Guard 1-35 G.A.A. 1-45 Englebooster 1-45 Secretary l-Z. "Social service training at Fiske University Will pre- pare Vera for the world." VIRGINIA FOOTE G.A.A. Delegate 2-45 En- glebooster 1-45 Secretary 4: Student Police 4. "Wilberiarce University will soon welcome the live- ly 'Toots'." POLLIE FOSTER "A princess of wholesome qualities." DORIS FUQUA G.A.A. 1--2, 45 Engle- booster I-3. "Doris intends using 'me- chanical' means to enter Normal." ALICE GALLO G.A.A. 1-2, 45 Secretary 45 Stockroom Assistant 4: En- qlebooster 4. " 'Tiny,' sweet, and adept at makinq fudge." Page Twenty-six NORMA GARNER G.A.A. l-45 Englebooster 1, 3, 45 G.A.A. Delegate 3. "Best wishes for your mu- sical career." DOROTHY GILES Honor Society 45 Social Chairman 45 Secretary to class 35 "E" Weekly Staff 3-4. "Brilliant 'Dodie' will seek further laurels at one oi the 'Big Ten' collegesf 417 V ROSCOE GILES ' ' Guard 15 Student Counctl 15 Honor Society 45 Engle-' booster. ' "A distinguished scholar, with an illustrious future in medicine before him." ,' fd, if -4, . - vt : ' EVA o1LMoRE ' G.A.A. 1-45 Englebooster 2-135 Girl Reserve 3-45 Guard 2- . " 'Eva' W r i t e s stories, draws cartoons, and col- lects pictures of horticultur- al beauty." ROSE GINSBURG Weekly Assignment Editor 3-45 Student Couit Iudge 45 Englebooster l-45 Honor Society 4. "Swimming, biking and horse-back riding are among 'Rosie's' favorite sports." HE.. 1 GLADYS GREENE G.A.A. 1-45 Girl Reserve 45 Enqlebooster 2-45 Guard 4. "May you be 'defeated never' in life or in love." IVIAEOLA B. GREENE Guard 3-45 G.A.A. l-45 Student Council Delegate 45 Girl Reserves 3-4. "Pleasant-voiced and a ia- vorite with all her friends." C ,5,e,V.,4 rfflfgp I ,f . ,K Ju. 1- ' I! .1 7 ff' I .55 . x 5 , , ' K K I I. ! I tp-UX ,ff i , y .J G ' . 7.1, A' . Y r ' ,n to 1 ffl lYl ,V x JVVJ l A L .. ,v -ij U . J 00.01 xt 'N A -ff .,f.U' Spf' mf' 'U is 'J JJ ' -gif f - . 1 '1 NELLIE GREEN SYLVIA HALL VJ, ,. I N ",:XV,' , 1 G.A.A. l-47 A Cappella Chorus 3-47 Englebooster l-47 Eurythmia 2-4. "Iunior College will see the next of a future 'prima donna'." I . M MARY R. GREGAS i "E" Weekly 3-47 Honor Society 47 Englebooster 1-47 Lp' Abyqpf' "E" Delegate l-47 Associate ul-id 'LL fl W - ,VL fb Editor-"E" Weekly. "Lively and lovable 'Mirtz' clamors to work all day some night." EARLA GRISWOLD G.A.A. l-47 Englebooster 3-47 Student Council 47 Guard l-3. " 'Tess' makes a practice of enjoying everything." , cj GRACE GRO SENRACHRR Englebooster 2-47 G.A.A. l-2-47 Guard 4. "Day dreaming in a pent- -fiouse is 'Ga-ga's' idea of f td " i a per ec ay. A l . 17, " V ,l 1 ,. .DL ,. J' , I tennis "E" Delegate Helper 37 En- a business agrees with me gum." lOSEPHlNE E. GURGONE Englebooster l-2-47 G.A.A. l-4. "lt's to be 'Paris in the Spring' some day but Cal- ifornia in the meantime." fl. I I' K r U A A . '- fl ,4- 5 rf "To be a perfect linguist is Sylvia's hoped-for goal." WALTER HANSON, School Bank 3-42 Stock Room 37 Hi-Y Club 4. "Collects stamps, hair- ribbons and a bunch of kids every night after school." PEARL HARRIS G.A.A. 4. "Still seeking knowledge, Pearl will go to college for her degree." WILLIAM HASKINS Class Gift Chairman. "A quiet and conscien- tious iellow7 his friendship is valued by all." Student Council 7 . . . . M ' f ROBERT HAUSER ft 4 IC J Delegate 27 German Club 2-47 Iunior Basketball Team 47 A Capella 3-4. "Hopes to become an M. D. at the University of Cal- ifornia." DONALD L. HAYNES "Don has the Wanderlust and wants to cover the globe." LONNIE HAYNES Honor Society 47 Treasur- er of Class 37 Glee Club l-47 Student Police 47 Stu- dent Council 1-2. "Lonnie Haynes' natural- ness is the secret of his popularity." ' : s Y-'wg' "uv, . Q' 1 gf- 1 Y, A I 1 1 I U f ' ,- 4,' .I . I., -. Page Twenty-rnlen l ! . I 1, f 1 'Lx xx ' s tl U F 'J 4 ' 1 ni 5 xl g , e V., . A :JZ-'J , Autographs 415 - 1 s , 0 ,61 Q X i ll' 1, ,lr ' A X 4 . "A - ,-1 f 2: We W M Qff 12 WV' x RW Agffffwf' W 'f f ,,, ,,,,,..,6, 5, P g Tw ty- ight -M , 'Wil 1 ' ',, 1 ,f .4 V , X fuklii J. , "1 X , 1 4' u . .3 A fyysldf - .1 , ' " 131 E e ' ' A , X '. '-' . - ' 'f '- 1 W' ' ' . ' 'V . ., . E . .' 1 . A ,, ' ' . r' . ' ' - ' lf , ' , P f 4 - 455 r '. lg? 1 . Jff -:4 -Q' M 9 '- ' 1 r en 0 , 4 , f. fix ' ., '-, . LF V: " 'Wh W' J: N JJ ff ff' n-,IWW ' f ' I S D LOUEKLA HENRY G.A.A. 2-3-45 Enqleboost- er 4. "Englewood will welcome Louella again if a position doesn't turn up." ' ft-41 A., Qrfdfi, .A,A'vcxC,.-fi ' l ,AJ2 N- ,f ,, if-3' 'wifi fcaxcf- -M- LUCILLE HIND G.A.A. l-45 Englebooster 45 Bookroom Assistant 35 Secretary 4. " 'Ceile' wants only to carry on with a large num- ber of friends." LUTRE my 4 MJ u 1 g- I - - 1 or zea .. -'. on ork. J w4t,,,,.. 5 : . .Ji i f ' - Al-dd' f ,' I . VIRGINIA HONESTY G.A.A, 1-45 Student Coun- cil Delegate 4. "lust a carefree girl who loves the idea of graduat- ing from high school." LOUISE HUDSON German Club 2-35 G.A.A. 1-45 Girl Reserve 35 Pipe Organ 45 Englebooster 4. "Success is expected of 'Polly' out in the business world." ALFRED C. INTERRANTE Guard 3-45 Police 45 Stock- room 4. "Looks forward to a Doc- tor ot Dentistry degree." STEVE H. IRELAND "Men of few words are the best men." 'r-'Iv li ORVILLE H. IACKSON R.O.T.C. I, 3-45 Band 2-45 Spanish Club 45 Engleboost- er 3-4. "'Iack' wants to be an A-1 musical noise-maker." GENEVIEVE L. IAMES Senior Basketball 45 G. A.A. l-45 Englebooster 45 Spanish Club 45 Latin Club. "Highly original 'Gen' ex- periments in amateur elec- tricity as a hobby." WILLIAM W. IENKINS Vice-President 45 Swim- ming Team 2-45 Fire Mar- shall 45 Championship In- ter-class Swimming Team 25 Letter Men's Club 4. "Hopes to attend college for an aeronautical design- ers degree." ANDREW IOI-INSON "Hts cheerful, boyish smile always greets you." ARTHUR IOHNSON Interclass Basketball 45 Boxing 4: Student Police 4. "Adventurous 'lohnny' daydreams of living a short while everywhere on the globe." MMT .fa--W' F I X: I 1 X. f- Af'g4f4 1. AUGUSTUS C. ICSHNSON X-V Honor Society 4- Track I ff Team 3-4: Letter' Men's 'V 1 ml 'C f'2f"'4Lci'q""-L-' Club 45 Student Police 45 Englebooster 2-4. 161.11-1 11121 H - - - - . ' u Future lies in intensive study in the unlimited field of law." 1 LAURENCE IOHNSON "Handsome, likable 'Lar- ry' intends to continue with Diesel Engineering at Ar- mour Institute." Page Twcrzly-nine ,Mi MILDRED E- IOHNSON Enqlebooster 45 G.A.A, l- 45 C1.A.A. Delegate l5 Bas- ketball 3-45 Baseball 3. "Hopes to become a gift- ed pianist as well as an already clever dancer." PAUL S. IOHNSON Interclass Baseball Cham- pions 35 Interclass Basket- ball l-45 Interclass Swim- ming Champion 25 Inter- class Baseball l-4. ure is haz until he VIOLET IOHNSTON Honor Society 45 Associ- ate Editor, Purple G White 45 Assistant Librarian 45 Aristoi 25 Enqlebooster l-4. "The business world is a natural field for 'Bab's' sec- retarial ability." "Put y s that certain party." CARRIE V. IONES G.A,A, 1-45 Enqlebooster 2-3-4. "Casua1ly aspires to nurs- inq the universe." LA VERNE M. JONES G,A.A. 3-45 Enqlebooster 45 Member E Weekly Staff 4. "May qenius guide all your attempts at musical composition." ARCHIE IULIEN " 'Believe it or not' teach- ina vvill become his protes- sion. ' ' I s f K TONY IUsr1cH "You can't stay kglum around him5 'hi, there' is ever his motto." N Parr Tlsirly L!! IOSEPH KAPPA Handball 1-35 lnterclass Basketball l-35 Interclass Baseball 1. "'Ioe' trusts his lucky star will furnish a Well- pa ng position." 'I ,J-J D GERALDYN KELLEY A Capella 2-45 Girl Re- serves 3-45 Library Assist- ant 3-45 G.A.A. 1-45 Spanish Club 4. " 'Ierry' will continue be- inq 'as sweet and nice o possible'." I KESTE? "Spors an relaxation form Kester's chief hob- bies." ZIGMUND P. KLIKUN Enqlebooster 3-45 Public Speaking 45 Drama 45 In- terclass Basketball 3-45 In- terclass Baseball 3-4. "'Ziqgy' will seek em- ployment and Continue edu- cation in night school." MARIE KOP G.A.A. es re ti ic ,I f 1 1- 'fyfvsdi 4 . U I 594.1-f ' ...uf cw gulf Girls' I m '4 . 0 os A 5 -5 2 clin ' VERNA D. KUMM Honor Society 45 G.A.A. l-45 Letter Girls' Club 3-45 Enqlebooster 1-45 Biology Club 25 Vice President of G.A.A. 4. "An engrossing hobby, that of collectinq Indian relics, old coins and odd- ities." CELIA LABOW National Honor Society 45 P G W Staff Sec. 3-45 Engle- booster 3-45 C.I.C. 35 Girl Reserve 35 3V2 Year Grad- uate. "Celia's brilliant th r e e and a half years will be- come cz fond memory at ll- linois." V f ,- f Ni .Mh- .n qu My ZOLA M. LANG tNot qraduatingl WINIFRED I. LEE G.A.A. 3-45 Englebooster 3-4. "The field of education has the serious interest of 'Winnie'." RUBY LEMIEUX Secretary 45 Englebooster 3-45 G.A.A. 45 Opera 1-2, "Ruby is headed down- state to a Peoria business college." MILTON LERNER Guard 2-3-4: Capt. ot uard 2-3-45 Band 45 Pur- pleadions 4: Police 4. " 'Mickey' suggests an ode to 'Cap' Dowse5 the 'grand old man' of Engle- Wood." ERNESTYNE B. LEWIS Baseball team 3-45 Basket- ball team 3-45 G.A.A. 1-45 Englebooster l-45 G.A.A. Delegate 1-2. "Intends to become a re- nowned woman doctor." ALVINA I-I. LINDE Englebooster l-45 G.A.A. member 2-3-4. "Hopes sometime 'to have people believe I'm as old as I really am'." X EDIT L. NDOUIST Eng ter 1-45 Secre- tary Glee Club-Opera 1-45 D German Club 3-45 Bookroorn f 45 G.A.A. 1-4. " 'Edie's' hobby is rather ncommon--collecting mini- e liquor bottles." XJ -J' X. c.,! 5-. T- 5 .J - XA O71 . 5 QQ r. ' Q-7 --Xxoj-yd IIXQ N5 X , f X 5 lx Q f 'QE rv J ,' -.1 5 LESLIE C. LIVERPOOL Orchestra 3-45 lnterclass Baseball l-25 Interclass Basketball 2-35 Engleboost- er l-3. "Would like to obtain a suitable position." MARIE F. LOWE "E" Weekly Make-up Ed- itor, Alumni Column 3-45 "E" Delegate 45 G.A.A. l-45 Englebooster 45 Glee Club 1-2. "Would like 'to make a million by selling shoes to the Ethiopians'." . IL' ,f JL . fry r"- X-5 EILEEN LUCAS Q . Hall Guard 35 G.A.A. 2- if ,' '- 35 Englebooster 2-4. "Success to 'Lee' at the Chicago Art Institute." HAMONA M. LUCIEN Vice-President I u n i o r Cla s s 5 G.A.A. Delegate 2-45 Englebooster 1-45 Equip- ment Secretary 45 Orciiesis 2. "Is ambitious to become a dancer." CLINTON M. MacDONAI..D Football 25 Cross Country 35 Interclass Baseball 2-45 Interclass Basketball 3-4. " 'Mac' goes for athletics in a big way." Tl-IEDA MACKIE J' Purple and White 45 Na- tional Honor Society 45 "E" Weekly Reporter 2-45 G.A. A. Delegate l5 SV2 Year Graduate. "Industrious and intelli- gent 'Mickie' is going on to the University of Wiscon- sin." GEORGE C. MAKAR Baseball 35 Football 2-45 Englebooster 45 Purple and White l-25 President, Letter Men Club 4. "Prediction: 'athletic fame awaits big-chested 'Iorgie Porgie'."V l ff Pagr' Tbirly-one .-I 1 4 , -- 1 Qjfffl fit, QL.44vfJ-1--f-ods ' 4 , . f I. . - 'O' '94 I if ..,f" x - ff! Z:-1.5 Il nw v:Lr'1af:"m wi 1 lr Autographs f'VwnIa+e WBLAHP C,-RE GA5- M4 DDLETO N C-Aus. 'fRuc.C c'L,,e. hfufsf W "MKS uri Fvn St'l'oF137'-'Brc.4.Ap,g,- pangs Owguap B-gs lfk MDHQ AHS It BZ G- D AY --5. -Q '-- - . . 3'-nn Pkg .5 --- .. :.'. ' Q"". '-"'iF-- - OI 1 W-S Nem- , 'r 2 , , A . "lf-iw-.11 if Mm. S -9.!.8og.u. FH'l'l'r ar 'N 1 an Y TTS 4- an "' GM g i'u3-tF:!GgaAcJ, Y Goal 4- T IIS Fo uM,n he N.-xr xlib Wllfhls Ed. Q Q' -+ 1- 1'-' C5 " '5 "5 ss- v: 'S .--- his ' ' """f f'-FL- - -"'5:-Lf-. K L' -1" .L,. "1" 1' SKIRT! 5385:-Mai 'N ..--. """" -si. Z7 on , A - pnshvsla -f 4 ,M Keenan' i"' ' 2+ -'T.2- -w ,-1 ,.. 5-, l- -? h.. , ... 1..- 2 , - N - 11" A --1. -A, ,,,, , 5 lk fl. g? -"' S -' 15 Q 24 4-'46 A., "-"Z..-- ? 1 Z," 4 -- iw - Z --x f sg, l- LKQV ED Jo kgs, Q - - " "-5 fmlfg 0,9 I L.: jg' sic-Al + L, SAY Nasa ' 'TQ Q ' MMM: , me G "i" Ins of "Y 'PETS I'L"J,,- + Ile- 4 amjzzqm -1- .Q VI - i ovzl' -1- Aj -S - 7- W --' . H'-S-mv-1 4 3. L- S :1 1 -8 we-51-1. i Www: om-cn. S. 5 t Q S-Q " i Q. Q, H n-1,1 I-'cc-H! S X S an , n L N' V' 5, '-' L Wfwkf I rl pq' Tbiily-two , q 1 I' 4,.+."BmJaar.:.f:aiLM J., -.wa'llui:m!.,m.,khi m............A MELVIN MANN Interclass Basketball Champs 47 Lightweight Bas- ketball 3-4. "Active and peppy, Engle- wood will miss 'Twin's' i iectious c ck1e." ' w"-ff M OANALTER E. MASLINSKI Baseball 3-42 Basketball 3-4: Football Manager 47 Englebooster 47 Vice-presi- dent Letter Men's Club 4. " 'Muzz' hopes to team up with the big leaguers some day." EILEEN G. MASON G.A.A. l-47 Treasurer, Na- tional Honor Society 47 "E" Weekly Staff 47 "E" Weekly Delegate 47 Guard 3. "An 'accomplisher' who will be greatly desired at the University of Illinois." IRENEMATE Englebooster 2-47 G.A.A. 2-47 G.A.A. Delegate 27 Stu- dent Teacher 4. "Wants to design dresses and work in a large con- cern." ELMER A. MATSON Interclass Baseball l7 En- glebooster l-4. "May time bring you suc- cess in the chemical field." RENA L. MATTHEWS G.A.A. 3-47 Englebooster 3-47 Dancing 37 Guard 4. "'Rene' will become known for her charm and chic." DANIEL MAURELLO "To marry a girl with money, so I won't have to work." - LF... WY... ZL- ' ' L44 . t yvx- MYRTLE MCFADDEN Student Librarian 47 Girl Reserves l-47 National Honor Society 47 Senior Program Chairman 47 Editor, Purple 61 White 4. "Hopes to accomplish some of the better things in lite." ROBERT I. MCGEE Student Court 3-47 R.O.T. C. l-37 Orchestra 1-37 A Capella l. "Ambition' To be a fa- mous statesman and a great lover." CAROLYN M. MCGRATH G.A.A. 1-47 Guard 37 En- glebooster 1-4. " 'Irish' collects pins and keeps a diary." MATHILDA MEILKE G.A.A. 3-47 Englebooster 3-47 Student Council 4. "'Til1ie' wants to learn Swedish for a very per- sonal reason," FLORETTA l. MILLER G.A.A. 1-47 Englebooster 3-4. "Cleverness at sewing and skating is 'Flo's' trade mark." IOI-IN F. MILLER Guard 1-27 Biology Club 2. "Will travel until Septem- ber and then enter one of the Big Ten." MILDHED MOGREN G.A.A. 1-47 Englebooster 27 Girl Reserves l. "Will study to be a den- tist's assistant." Page Thirty-thru' ffiii jj 'I IV' . I 71 s I I ,, 727-7 WET' MARY C. MONROE Room Reporter 47 Engle- booster 3-47 G.A.A. 1-4. "'Mimi' will be among the first to change her last name." t QUEENIE V. MORRIS G.A.A. l-47 Guard l-47 Engle-booster 1-47 Student Council 1-2. "Will start training to be a successful artist at Art Institute." EILEEN I. MURPHY We It wtf' .1 , rj , ' f' it -t I R M- WS "E" Weekly Staff 3-47 Student Police 47 G.A.A. 1-47 Assistant Main office 2-47 President, Camp Fire Girls 4. "A follower in the foot- steps oi Florence Nightin- gale." EDNA MURRAY Enqleboosters 3-47 G.A.A. 1-47 "E" Weekly Staff 4. ' "Dimpled 'Edie' wants to meet Wilson on Iudgment day!" ' l SYLVIA MUSZYNSKI Student Council Delegate 47 Enqlebooster 47 G.A.A. 4. "Tho Art Institute finds another recruit in diminu- tive Sylvia." ADELAIDE NEITZKE Englebooster 2-47 G.A.A. 2-4. "To explore the innermost corners of the earth is ad- venturous 'Del's' desire." f 7 A NEV Playingliaylf accordion itutes' AEE musical contrib tion t the world." t t Ag 7 . W XX Q4 til V DK- W fry' ,est . s 7 r , IS J Pug? Tbirly-four ' 4 4.1 42.-J-AML-f-f'!6! ELMER T. OSBERG 4A Lettermeris Club 47 Baseball 47 Interclass Base- ball 37 Interclass Basketball 3. "To know him is to like him7 we wish him all suc- cess." sb-Zu P NE USS n osl A.A. ' E e eqa , uard 4. "W to h CI fe have at s l." ,f I f HOWARD P ' B ket 1 H aseb C n Le Cl . J er do t y What! I you can do fo orro- . . 5 .J g .,, t ig . C J J Rosie .PENTXJUCX " fice s e- Misiiri travel Ml be p es." I if I--f if 1 ' GAA. 45- 7 ar O05-iw' qfr 1 4 IOYCE R. PETTICORD Guard 2-47 Englebooster l-47 G.A.A. 1-4. "Will enter a dress mak- ing and designing school." CATHERINE PHEIFFER " 'Kitty' will sit on the desk and s ow the boss her 'Garbo' f ." , JJ I 1. 7 Y' 5 .1 K- xc Y . MARION PHILLIPS G.A.A. 3-47 Guard 47 En- glebooster 2-47 G.A.A. dele- gate 27 Purple and White 4. "Business college and travel will take up 'Mae's' future hours." I I if MM- 0 MARTIN R, PICKERING "E" Weekly Delegate l5 Englebooster 4. "Will convince a business firm that they can't get along with t me." ' af - 60055 MARTIN POLITO Football 3-45 Wrestling 35 Interclass Baseball l-45 En- glebooster 1-45 Interclass Basketball l-4. "Believe it or not, I'm go- ing to the University of Illi- nois." xi, N,-,, the f DON POLON J.-5' We Student Court 3-45 Student Council 35 Defense Attorney gl Trac Team 35 Stamp on luan who will pound a wicked gavel be- hind the bar some day." No.5a.5K'Tu18'koQ MAE E. POTENBERG Englebooster 45 G.A.A. Delegate 45 Stock Room 47 G.A.A. l-4. "Ambition: 'to swing on the chandeliers of the South- town Theatre." DOUGLAS POWELL Boxing 45 Boy Reserve 45 Guard 3-4. "Would like to become Chicago's foremost business man." EVELYN PREVIS G.A.A. l-4. "Leisure time finds 'Evie' at the radio or horseback riding." 0 0 KATI-IER . I L N ci , G.A. -45 gl os er 45 B a ecre r . " ' wa ver o t u 52335 JULIA PRYZBYLO Secretary 45 Office secre- tary 35 G.A.A. 2-4, "Wants to make good in the business world." DORIS I. QUANT Orchestra l-45 "E" Week- ly Delegate 2-35 National Honor Society 45 Engle- booster 1-45 G.A.A. 1-4. "Want to do what I please, and when it pleases me." FRANK READUS "Ought to become apopu- lar 'after-dinner speaker'." ' , I-IAZEL RELSTAB G.A.A. l-45 Englebooster ,IW 1- . I ll' 'Tommy' yearns to spealg J German so people can un- derstand her." l Lf IUNE V. REYNOLDS " X ' GAA l-4' Rest Room 3- Gynt Secretary 25 Secretary Q, ' 35 Englebooster I-4. "Honesty makes Iune con- fess to a longing for mari- tal blissf' iX- WARREN E. RICH Secretary, Letter Men'S Club5 Baseball team 45 Cross Country 2-45 Track Team 2-45 Englebooster. " 'Topper' will come in handy on a professional ball field." ROBERT ROBINSON "E" Weekly Delegate 35 Tennis Team 3-45 A Cap- ella 4. "Hopes to become a his- tory teacher at Englewood." 'Q W! QP Page Tbirly-fi ve 0 I AJ-L qygq I1 A - o fl ,IF fJ""ll1.w-4. My W F wo .lp 1' . 1 Alfcogruphs uzmgrfgrm, MM V, .wwwxwwgztziirkb Vwwfhwpflwpr, ,5LQffffQMTWiJm! A ' Iwi - W' CMJM 5 0444, 4uQhe5, i iiljijiwb M'ZLQ6 mML7fQQV 030403055 V f'5'XfMfJ'f?M WQFTQQX if Qf,f5Q Page Thirty-six ' 5 ' z i I . .. , '.-- an a., q-.a.i. In -1- ffluufufm mn. 024401 S 0 9 ll 11. ff 5 wo . I , . -r I O I ' 4 J is 1 ' I I L 1 td a 9 I ANNA ROGERS Englebooster 1-45 G.A.A. I-45 Guard 3-4. "'Bunte' is also prepar- ing for a business career." IACK ROGIN Letter Men's Club 45 Base- ball 35 Room Reporter 15 Interclass Baseball 15 Inter- class Handball 1. "Wants 'to see Don Polon win his tirst case as a law- yer'," BERNAR ROSENFIELD Track 2-35 Interclass Base- ball 2-45 Englebooster 1-35 Interclass Basketball 2-4. " 'Rosie's road to success begins at Armour Institute." PERRY E. ROUBIE Fire Marshal 45 Guard 3- 45 Purple and White 45 In- terclass Baseball l-45 Inter- class Basketball 1-2. "The University of Illinois, to become a chemical engi- neer." Q 1 'r HELEN SABON Englebooster l-45 G.A.A. 1-45 Orchestra 3-45 Student Teacher 45 Guard 4. "Lite's aim is to find a person who will correctly pronounce her name." ANNA SACI-IER G.A.A. 1-45 Englebooster 1-45 Secretary 4. "To convince a boss I'm what his business needs." SYL,VIA 1. SAVITZ G.A.A. 1-45 Englebooster l-4. "A modern Sphinx, Sylvia won't tell that personal secret." i I 4' 1 , s I 1 ,v ' ' I ,- ,. v I j A , ,Q 'ez f 1 f2m,,!'K LIBERTY SCALISE Englebooster l-45 G.A.A. 1-4. "Cute little 'Libby' will attend a beauty school." GRACE M. SCARDINO iG,A.A. l-4. "Hopes to become an ex- cellent typist and stenoqra- pher." SEYMOUR SCI-IAFER Lightweight Basketball 45 Cheer Leader 3-45 Interclass Baseball 45 Interclass Bas- ketball 3-45 Student Coun- cil 2-3. "Ambition is to become the head of a large medical concern." o I Q M' IRENE M. SCI-IUSTER ,' ' , G.A.A. Secretary 45 Let- " ter Girl 45 Englebooster 1-45 l' Guard 35 "E" Weekly Dele- ' gate 3. "Office Work and night school await 'I' after high school." .Q ' ' -Of- 3 l I 6 5.4f -TZ--v WJ 2:41-..L-', J 1 IRENE SCIGALSKI 9 ,fl -' lf'- President, G.A.A. 45 Social Chairman, G.A.A. 45 Engle- booster l-4. "Success in business or 'will become a popular gangster's moll'." MARTHA L. SCOTT G.A.A. l-45 Enqlebooster 45 Spanish Club 45 Honor Society 4. "Reading and going to the theater are 'Dollie's' 1 I A I IL, nn tavorite pastimes." ii.. 1 4' I , 1 F 4 I nd f GERALDINE SEVIER Secretary 45 French Club l5 Englebooster l-45 G.A.A. 1-4, "WilI attend a sewing col- lege to become a modis e." .fe L- VW? J Page Thirty-seven DOROTHY E. SHARKEY Glee Club 45 G.A.A. 1-45 Enqlebooster l-45 Guard 3-4. "'lrish' wants to see where all the little china dogs come from." ENA SILVERMAN l Vice - president, National Honor Society 45 Letter Girl 45 Secretary 45 Office assis- nt 2-45 Purple and White Staff 4. "Roguish Dena would like to become a modern his- torygicherf' IEANETTE SMITH Secretary, Senior Class 45 Auditor, Purple and White 45 Aristoi 25 National Honor Society 45 Office secretary 4. "Tiny 'Smitty' will be- come the 'apple of some- one's eye'." MATTIE SMITH " 'Meggy' hopes to teach on a playground some day." EMERALD SNEED "An all-around fellow, in- terested and interesting." DOROTHY E. SPALDI Englebooster 1-35 . "Swimming, ska biking are 'D ' ' t tic interests," l-4: G.A.A. D -3. S Vg CONSTANTINE P. SPEREKAS Englebooster l-45 Wres- tling 45 Basketball 1-35 Base- ball 1-45 Decathlon 3. "Really goes in for wine, women and song." Page Thirty-eight s s A W FRED STANG Basketball 45 Englebooster l-45 School Bank 45 Fire Marshal 45 Interclass Bas- ketball 3-4. " 'Dee' will employ his athletic prowess in the hope of becoming a financial suc- Mf' we I' A. IOSEPH STEIN Interclass Baseball l-45 Football 2-35 Basketball 1-45 Track 1-25 Basketball Man- ager 2-3. "Energeti Ice will work days an dy at night." IUANGA L. STEPHENS "Would like a position that brings her into contact with small children." ALBERT C. STEWART Football 2-35 Interclass Baseball l-25 Interclass Bas- ketball 25 Orchestra 1-35 Guard 1-2. "To be the head surgeon in some large hospital." CHARLES E. STEWART R.O.T.C. 1-25 Band l-45 Track 1-25 lnterclass Base- gall 45 lnterclass Basketball "Wants to get some more fun out of life." SANDER STRODOMSKI "An heiress would come in handy for 'Sandy'." EVELYN TANGNEY G.A.A. 3-45 Guard 35 En- glebooster 3-4. "Will make someone happy with 'home made plea.. IEROME E. TAYLOR "Ambitious to become the wot1d's most famous sur- geon." TAMES TERRI Advertising Manager, "E" Weekly 47 School Bank 47 Student Council 2-47 Opera Club 1-47 National Honor Society 47 3V2 Year Gradu- ate. "The executive side of business attracts 'Peanuts'." BEVERLY THOMAS "Cars, inside and out, are the chief topic of interest to 'Shorty'." ELNORA THOMAS I Englebooster 1-27 G.A.A. l-37 Student Council Dele- gate l. "Is anxious to make a name for herself in the world ot finance." AUDREA E. THOMPSON Englebooster 1-47 G.A.A. l-4: Guard 47 Purple and White Staff 4. "Chicago Normal College finds another booster in Andrea." EDITH THORNTON President, National Honor Society 47 Iunior Social Chairman 37 President, Girls' Glee Club 47 Secre- tary, Student Council 47 Pur- ple and White 4. "Winsome 'Eadie' is all set for Illinois in Septem- ber." . N , . n - V . X -f yn. 7, , ' 1 3-44 I , C Eiga glysklyrii edglg -4 e oostey 4. 1 ROYTIPPEV 7 Footbalkh -47 "E'-V' eekly H V' S 47 , ', h' l wp! anois og!-iiNSrthE9fei ' K f trip Africa,- Y A ,Y 'ti' I 3 ,V -. Y' ' 4 f 7 V, us. J -1 7, v 4 V I Q ' ix M 1 - i x 'J - , -- EVE 1 -7 ix J w -QL MARY V. TRIPLETT Englebooster 2-47 G.A.A. 27 Guard 2-37 Basketball 4. "Nurse training at Tuske- gee Institute is the future haven." SOL TURKELTAUB Englebooster 47 Band 3-4. "To be a mechanical en- gineer and make the first talking robot." ANNA C. WALANGA G.A.A. l-47 Class Iewelry Assistant 47 Glee Club 2-47 Englebooster 47 Photography Editor, Purple and White 4. "Business college will be Ann's next port." a. Nr' N- MARYL. WALKER ' 'L Band 3-47 Englebooster 3- 47 "E" Weekly Delegate 37 G.A.A. 2-4. "Lucy should bid fair to organize the world's fore- most women's band." 1 LIONEL H. WALLACE Room Reporter 37 Student Council Delegate 1-37 Engle- booster l-47 Interclass Base- livall 47 Interclass Basketball "A B.A. degree is the first step to becoming a future principal." ROBERT WARREN Purple 51 White 3-4. " 'Bob's' motto: 'The world owes me a living'." THELMA WARREN Englebooster 47 G.A.A. 47 German Club 4. "Scholarly 'Doc' reads and collects scientific articles." Page Thirly-nine ,nf 4 'N J, If ,Cf I ' i .-1 l - , 'J 1 ., F ,I W ,:.fi' ,Ii-' f , rv If , .Zh ' si' v'1-- k'1UN.,t V WX ll Q Autographs Q J f"'g.,- fig, If ig '. J K ff lnffi jizz? .wi J J -'r 5 W M '24-1. W- ' WM' -T'x'Zf+:v5VQ M, ,an ,ff 4,4 , fn NR pftvw A v I, -K, my . J yiffinh, XI lf, A964 If-af... xf1c.,.L4,.,,,3g -w- f .-an ' Md' xl"-44"-4-L. 448:56 ' OA tgikiiixufliq 4 Mgw,+ 'gt-Ai A WJ A - 'L py1ijHWQlf'jMfiwHM' Siggg fu M , '- WU ,AM - - 05f9QY5fWffxnMWMn V5 sf 'WV ff ' ww " QQQWXQW Qf gig wffwqjfgf EE fjxweilGZgf3LAAQbWpW5AggE4- r Fouqu ETTEQ gl . 4, KW 'bvvfwj 47 MTW . WUQMVWVD' -vt Mi n I "V c. AV QU!-lx. 'fp fl l F K 5 f V . L 1 I I f iw lv X. ,lf 4 il: Kuff f f' - QLDRED WEPB I I VV Y F, '4 Engleboosterjnlh G.A.A. 3- X L, 'Lf . lik:-ISL. ihbintn, 'to go to a Qzersi J and have the Mr! foo ball aptain rush mel" LILLIAN WELLS Enqlebooster 1-25 Student Council Delegate 45 G.A.A. l-45 Guard 3. "Will continue at school if a job doesn't turn up." foil. HAL? .JEAHIE WENDLING G.A.A. 2-45 Library 25 Rest Room 4. " 'Wendy' will use her superior shorthand to 'but- ter her bread'." LORRAINE I. WENDT German Club 3-45 Engle- booster 45 G.A.A. 3-45 Rest Room 45 Guard 4. "Sewing and singing will help pass the time until a position is obtained." FRANCES E. WILLIAMS "E" Weekly Delegate 45 G.A.A. 2-45 Englebooster 3-4. "Will become a competent stenographer via business college." H lb, PRANKIE A. WILLIAMS Englebooster 1-45 G.A.A. 1-45 G.A.A. Delegate 2-35 ipanish Club 45 Basketball "Study to be a dietitian at the University of De- troitf' KATHRYN E. WILLIAMS G.A.A. l-45 G.A.A. Dele- gate 1-45 Englebooster l-4. "Will be a social Worker or a school teacher." MYLAH E. WILLIAMS G.A.A. 1-45 G.A.A. Dele- gate 15 Enqlebooster l-4. "Dreamy music and beau- tiful relics are tops with 'Toots'." IEAN L. WILLIAMSON G.A.A. 1-45 G.A.A. Dele- gate 15 Englebooster 2-4. "Longs to find her mod- ern Hercules." NORVAL H. WILSON Interclass Baseball l-45 Basketball 2-35 Student Po- lice 45 Boxing Tournament 45 Lightweight Basketball 4. "'Iackie' longs to 'con- quer love and that certain someone'." ELSIE WOODS G.A.A. 1-45 Glee Club 2-45 Opera "Martha" 45 German Club lf Englebooster l-4. "Charms all with her cheery, mischievous smile." EDWARD D. YEATMAN Stamp Club l5 Student Council 25 Guard 45 Span- ish Club 45 Englebooster 3. "Cuba is the Utopia of this boy's desires." HELEN YOUNG "Longs to enter Normal College without taking the entrance examinations." MILDRED I. ZAVIS Office Secretary 3-45 G. A.A. I-45 Englebooster 4. "Use school training to become a private and dar- ing secretary." Page Fnriy-one A"'f1 'f 1 I , 4 LUCILLE P. ZIGANTO Enqlebooster 1-45 G.A.A. 1-47 G.A.A. Delegate 2: Stock Room 4, "Night school from now on it not a suitable posi- tion." LEON ZIMMERMAN lnterclass Baseball 1-45 Basketball 2-4: Opera Club 47 Guard 2: Enqlebooster 4. "A sport fiend who hopes to become a pharmacist afterward." DANIEL ALTIER EDWARD HOWARD MAX BLINSKI MYRA IACKSON VITO CIAO HARRY KOSOVSKE STEPHEN DISTASIO GEORGE LARSON THELMA EATON ROWENA LAVINE RANDOLPH ELERSON ELEANOR MCDONNELL ANN GAVIN DAVID MCGILVRAY WILLIAM GILMORE IDA MCGOWAN MERLE GOLDMAN GLADYS PALEY ELIZABETH GREENE CLARA PALKA KARL GRIFFIN FRANK PETERSON EDWARD HAWK IAMES POWELL sr, ffl ZPrn.fg,,' Af Q-1 " -.!.Qo4fkfflg,f ,,f,r ,Z I safer--fc- , W,-Zh , Who s Who g ,f f . rv-- STANLEY ZURO Stage Crew 4, Boy Re- serves ly Interclass Basket- ball 45 Handball 27 Base- ball 4. "To Northwestern Uni- versity tor chemical enqi- neerinqf' MATHEW ZYDOREK Interclass Baseball 2-45 Basketball 2-45 Wrestling 4: Swimming 2-45 Enqlebooster 2-4. "Co-educational college for a military career and to 'tind a true girl'." ASHER REID ALLEN SCOTT HAROLD SIRKIN IOI-IN W. SUNDAY HARRY TATHAM RUBY TOLMAIRE LORETTA TROTTER NICK VANARIA NICHOLAS VIAS EDMOND WILLIAMS ORESITE ZAPPAS fff The followinq list of graduates were selected by their teachers and their classmates as the most outstanding of the class. The class selected eiqhteen by ballot and the teachers selected eight. The basis of selection was scholar- ship, character, personality, popularity, and good citizenship. Carol Anderson Albert Benish Ianet Buqner Peter DeStefano Hyman Dosick George Fabish Dorothy Giles Roscoe Giles Mary Greqas Page Forty-two Lonnie Haynes William Ienkins Augustus Iohnson Violet Iohnston Celia Labow Theda Mackie Myrtle McFadden Eileen Murphy Katherine Prindl Doris Quant Irene Sciqalski Dena Silverman Ieannette Smith Edith Thornton Leroy Tippett Anna Walanqa Robert Warren HMONG THE SENICDRS 3,.,.1,.Jf. !,,,....,,,,.,. l.7.,-, -.Q !F,,A,,g,. . - ., , X N . s X , X, .AA . L, .-I U. ,I W' X l Committees and Honors PUMP AND OXFORD SHUFFLE Chairman: Edith Thornton Carol Anderson Albert Benish Icmet Bugner Dorothy Giles William Ienkins Myrtle McFadden Ieannette Smith CLASS IEVVELRY COMMITTEE Chairman: Leroy Tippett Anna Walanga CLASS GIFT COMMITTEE Chairman: William Haskins George Makar Seymour Schafer PURPLE DAY COMMITTEE Chairman: Ianet Bugner Frances Alexander Carol Anderson Doris Anderson Lillian Becker Mary Ella Brogsdale Catherine Butts Elinor Carlson Edwina Chavers Hester Clarkston Vivian Colbert Gwen Conners Ozerlean Ellis Marie Ferguson LaVerne Fleming Virqinia Foote Dorothy Giles Eva Gilmore Rose Ginsburg Marv Gfreqas Gladys Greene Lucille Hind Genevieve Iames Violet Iohnston Ernestyne Lewis Edith Lindquist Marie Lowe Myrtle McFadden Iosephine Pauss Rose Pennik Evelyn Previs Katherine Prindl Doris Ouant Hazel Relstab Iune Reynolds Dorothy Sharkey Dena Silverman Ieannette Smith Dorothy Spalding Edith Thornton Ruby Tolmaire Frankie Williams lean Williamson Lucille Walker VALEDICTORIAN Doris Quant SALUTATORIANS Dorothy Giles Violet Iohnston CLASS SPEAKER Don Polon Page Forty-five Class, History A crisp cmd gloomy morning. Forbidcling towers and long corridors filled with bustling strangers. The bewildered sense of being lost in the crowd was the first sensation experienced by the crop of "freshies" who entered the doors of Englewood in the spring of 1932. Their one aim and desire-"to become one of the crowd." A full year passed on leaden wings. Those who had not fallen by the way- side Went about the daily routine with growing sureness. The second year was a more spirited one. Friendships were made and the first evidences of leadership were shown by the new interest in extra-curricular activities. "Stop you soph" became the familiar slogan, and the wheels of time ground with ever increasing speed. Bidding a gay farewell to the old division rooms and to the teachers who had aided them through the "hardest years," the various groups found themselves on the third rung of the short ladder that spells our high school career. The strangeness of their huge new "home" soon left. Faces radiated "Junior" confidence and even "Old Sol" beamed his approval through the elongated windows. Spring was in the air and in the hearts of the group united for' the first time under the genial guidance of Mr. Wilson. When, at times, natural buoyancy overran reserve, the hurnorously terse reprimand "not a brain cell Working" from our "Head" stopped one just short of imprudence. With faculty cooperation the elections for class officers were entered into and a hectic, happy time was had by all. After the flurry of speeches had subsided, a bright group of officers thanked those who had supported them. The President, Peter DeStefanog Vice-president Ramona Lucien: Treasurer, Lonnie Haynes: Secre- tary, Dorothy Giles, and Social Chairman, Edith Thornton. The first affair attempted by this group was a school dance which bore the name "The 3B Iamboreef' Under splendid management the dance made history by drawing the largest crowd ever assembled in the boys' gym. Much credit must be given to the enthusiasm aroused by the comedy act of Daniel Maurello and Eileen Murphy as "Count DePennies" and "Countess Pikemup." The year passed more swiftly and with natural eagerness the group awaited their final bid to supremacy. The smaller proportions of Senior Hall and the amiable greetings of the faculty soon accustomed the dwindled group to the brotherly spirit which is the outstanding characteristic of senior year. Elections were entered into with tConcluded on page forty-seven? Page Forty-six ........m , 'fsupr-f ' Class History fConcludedl even more fervor tthan shown the previous year. Tags, posters and stirring speeches filled the days. A second election was held before the officers were finally determinedt As cr gesture of good will and encouragement Mr. Tower introduced the Senior officers: President, Ianett Bugner, incidentally the first girl to achieve tlfe distinction: Vice-president, William Ienkinsp Treasurer, Albert Benish: Secfetary, Ieannette Smith: Social Chairman, Dorothy Giles, and Program Chairmafi, Myrtle McFadden. The newly organized class made its first bid for fame in the form of a dance which was christened with the whimsical title "Pump and Oxford Shuffle." The affair was successful enough to warrant a secorttd undertaking, "Purple Day." For days before the sale the large committee worked and worried about the impending event. Their worries evaporated, howetver, with the reception accorded the idea by the rest of the school. Even the teachers were bow-bedecked, and the laurel wreath for this affair rests upon the youthful brows of the committee who worked till the twilight hours. Dominance in the field of sport was shown by the reorganiza- tion of the "Letter Men's Club," under the guidance of William lenkins, with George Makar elected as president. The huge success of every affair con- ducted by the GAA. testified to the ability of the president, Irene Scigalski. The fall of 1935 betgan the final chapter of the span. Even the old "bugaboo," the depression, cotuld not stop the class from making the best showing of all the halls in GJ-LA. and Englebooster support. When the election of class speaker started in 'earnest and the cap and gown measurements were taken, the feeling of loss ,which culminates on graduation night first began to assert itself. The season's holidays temporarily dispelled all signs of misgiving, but once the festivities were over, the day of parting seemed to approach even more rapidly. Duripg the past four years the students had had their troubles and failures, but the fondness of "just being together" and the knowledge that soon they would piart, forever, perhaps, made the last days seem all too brief. Whatever success had been measured out to them, one cannot help but regret the lack of opportunity for the group to carry on as a unit. Times come in the lives of all men, when the old ties must be cut while others take their place. But the place of the Class of 1936 cannot be filled other than by those who deserve the right,l through their principles, leadership, high character and school loyalty. W -Myrtle McFadden. i Page Fofly-seven Class Will We, the Senior Class of February, nineteen hundred and thirty-six, realizing that the inevitable day of farewell is not far distant, and being in sane and sound frame of mind, do hereby generously devise and bequeath unto all future classes, this, our last will and testament, as follows: ARTICLE I To Mr. Tower, we bequeath an assembly group which will measure up to his high ideals. To Miss Wheelock, we bequeath a paper factory which will turn out end- less reams of bonded paper, plus red ink, for her last-minute programs. To Mr. Burnham we bequeath "our undivided attention." To Mrs. Manley we bequeath a red, white and blue staff to lead her beloved "sheep" in their lagging moments. Upon the rest of the faculty we bestow a new crop of green "freshies" to cultivate. ARTICLE II I, Carol Anderson, bequeath my school girl complexion to Shirleygene Swanson. I, Albert Benish, bequeath the ancient money bags of my predecessors to Ernie Shau. Q I, Ianet Bugner, leave my pep talks and soap box to lack Parker. I, Peter DeStefano, leave my romantic accent to Paul Malec. I, George Faibish, bequeath my red hair to anyone that wants it. I, Dorothy Giles, leave the class luncheon menu to Helen Mizerocki. I, Roscoe Giles, leave my gilt-edged dictionary to Thomas Blakley. I, Rose Ginsburg, bequeath my flashing smile to Florence Fitzgerald. I, Mary Gregas, leave my "Little World" to another feminine Atlas. I, Avrom Grossman, leave my broken test tubes to George Vias. I, William Ienkins, bequeath my free arm movement in community singing to Verna Anderson. I, Violet Iohnston, leave my profound efficiency to Clara Pederson. I, Verna Kumm, leave my golden braids to Bernice Seitz. I, Harry Kosovske, leave my heated judicial ambitions to Donald Stearns. I, Edith Lindquist, leave my vain attempts at yodeling to Aldona Povelonis. I, Marie Lowe, leave my sleepless nights to Ted Morris. I, Eileen Mason, leave my fashion plates to Bernice Leftwich. I, Myrtle McFadden, leave all the luck in the world to my successor. I, Doris Quant, leave my Uconvolutions of the cortex" to Blanche Zapotocky. I, Robert Robinson, bequeath my "way with the women" to Albert Jones. I, Dena Silverman, leave my impeccable diction to Evelyn Bergman. I, Ieannette Smith, bequeath to Helen Barnas a white gold wrist wattch for keeping the minutes of the officers' meetings. I, Edith Thornton, bequeath my winning personality to Arthur Middleton. I, Robert Warren, leave my golden locks and dimples to Ioe Rose. I, Edward Yeatman, leave my Spanish drawl to Robert Greenwood. We, the Class of 1936, do hereby set our hand and seal this paper with the bond of eternal friendship. THE MID-YEAR CLASS OF 1936. Page Forly-right , f V' lfx.. . 3 W Class Prophecy It was a group strange and queer Assembled to forecast the prophecy this year, The witch, the bat, the sage and cat, Let slip these bits in their secret chat: "Gus Alex, sensational football player, With his merriment will make the world gayer. Mary Ella Brogsdale, of the raven black hair Will secure a position as hostess of Emele Breda, of musical fame, Will often find in print his name. Elinor Carlson with the eyes of blue the air. A There is happiness ahead in the world for you. Gwen Connors, who is exceptionally good looking, Should have no trouble securing a booking. Hyman Dosick's gift of gab Will land him in an experimental lab. The very petite Gladys Greene Could play the part of a fairy queen. ' Lonnie Haynes with the mellow voice Will become a politician of the people's choice. Augustus Iohnson, whose feet are fleet, Will be a business man that can't be beat. Mildred lohnson, who is indeed very smart, Will to the world contribute a part. Celia Labow, who graduated before her class, As a social worker will her rivals surpass. George Makar, already a promising athlete, Will perform many a startling feat. Eileen Murphy, the merry Irish maid, Some day for her comedy will be paid. Elmer Osberg, who is lots of-fun, Will become another limmy Dunn. Howard Peck will become a star By the playing of his sweet guitar. Don Polon, our brilliant class speaker, Will never be a client seeker. Geraldine Sevier, with her business knack, Will help to bring prosperity back. Irene Scigalski, who has so much pep, Should be the originator of a gay dance step. Leroy Tippett, who is always late, Will just get in at the pearly gate. Anna Walanga, the lively one, Will certainly have a spot in the sun." Now the spirits have had their say And tripped merrily on their way, Leaving just you and me behind With a breathless feeling of sights sublime. -Theda Mackie. 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