Englewood High School - Purple and White Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1952
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Text from Pages 1 - 96 of the 1952 volume:
JOSEPH E. BARRETT
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ENGLEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL
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bGlENLE AT ENIJLEWUU,
That Isaac Newtolgx'as tunrlioning as a srivnlitl when
he discovered the ultimate signihmnco olV nhy ohivrls tall
to the ground, no one newt hy now he lnltt. Nor mH
anyone he startled hy the intonnalion that Atherl ltinxaloin
contributed to science when he mmle his famous timtin;N
about the nature of lime amt spare, maller amt enemy.
But what about your Qramhnolhcr? It prohahty never
occurred to you lo think of her as engaging in srivnlitir
activity. Yet isnyt that what she was in part doing when
she tested her very own recipes for pumpkin pie amt vlarn
chowder? The same may he said for any man or woman,
,no matter how unassuming. who follows a syslmnalir
method in rearing Children, cultivating a canton. or making
and mending household items of even tho sirnptegl Limt.
Neetttess to say the science department of any high
school would take pride in the Lnowtmtqe lhal it hart a
budding Newton 0r Einstein, tx'tinitx'an or htirhotson. Comp-
ton 0r Curie, tvtcmtct or Layoisiort Pasteur or Fhrtnh
Burbank or Carver among its pupils. The Classes in gen-
erat science, physics. chemistry, malhematics, physirat
ettucation amt biology at Engtcwomt, or at any pnhtic high
school, are not, however, oporatmt for the trainingy of
geniuses. They are not operated for that purpose any more
than the schoots music CIGSSCS are Cmnmillmt lo the lrain-
ing of prodigies lite 7Mozart amt Beethoven its arl rtassex
to the preparation of future Romhramtts amt htirtwtalmotos,
its English CIEISSCS to the turning out or ttmtgting glwaLo
speares and VVhitmans. a
Science ctassese such as those at Engtcwomt. rount
mainty on other highly vatuahtc, it 1058 spcrlarntar. arhioye-
ments. They count on teachinLy their pupils tho Limt of
knowtectge and instinino in them the kind or allitwtvs which
will, ttirectty or inttirectty, give rise to surh scicnlirir adiyily
in everyday life as systematic homo Inanagmnvnl. vhiht
htrs. Konmr supervising
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The intense Cletermination tempered with a docp
sense of humor, so Characteristic of Mr. Thompson
has been most graphically caught in, Leroy Pybumys
sketch of our dynamic principal No the righU.
Above is a scene whith typifics the spirit of Englewood. Our principal and our
assistant principal are looking at a blueprint while Iistoning to an explanation of it.
given by our distinguished engineer, Blr. DIcAdams. for their benefit and the benefit
of a physics class, visiting the sdmol power plant under the supervision 4 their
teacher, Dayton C. Atkinson.
1ntentionany or not, Leroy Pybum has, in his
Vivid caricature of NIL Kriewitz H0 the lefty revealed
.the strong feeling astir under the calm surface in
the personality of our amiable assistant principal.
Many Students Find
An Exciting Adventure
T0 the right a class is shown mastering the fundamentals of basic
math under the guidance of Miss White. In doing this they make
considerable use of the mathematical tree on the desk at the front of
the room. Equally useful anti attractive are the polyhedrons and models
systematically tiisplayed for the benefit of Mrs. Greefs ambitious math
group shown below.
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Guardian of Indispensable Records is a A vital report to 1m gottvn out in a hurry Assisted by a student junior clerk. Miss
title which fits Mrs. Toles to a T To the is an Old story to Miss IWCGratll. With the Gilbride mimeographs a school bulletin
right she is shown instructing a student aid of a student, as shown above. she speedily.
Clerk on how to file some. calmly meets a deadline.
Gives Direction i0 Engle-
woocfs Many-sided Activities
JOSEPH C. THOMPSON
Our Principal, Sees Schaafs
Obiectives with Creative Insight
Keeps the XVIIeels Rolling Smoothly Msiennings rhdanu
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Secretarial work, counseling, preparation of bulletins, library serv-
ice, maintenance of contact with parents, showing of movies, returning
of lost items, stimulating and supervising student contribution to worthy
causes, and the like are essential in the lfun-scale operation of a repre-
sentative moctem high school like Englewood.
March of dimes and dollars contributions USO you've got it. Thank you, and thank
to help knock out the dread demon polio you again," a junior Miss says to Mrs.
come pouring in to Miss Nash, who re- MrGovcrn with a deep sigh of relief.
ceives them with the aid of a student N11: Duban explaining intricacies of prot VVouldnyt you do the same if a wallet you 1
assistant. t jector to members of Ntovie Club. had lost had just been returned to you?
Ntrs. Jennings thanking two alert students nBooks. books. and more books - a" for A future tunttime secretary learning about
for their cffidcnt service in the Attendanco your uso," librarian John G. Johnson smiL mnploymont opportunities in the secretarial
k OHit'C. ingly informs a group 0t students in search Field from :Wrs. Hosselmf-ycr.
0t suitable rotcrvnm material. :
tn nppret'ialmn mt their many years of
simmt SCFVH'C to UHF srhnnt, the tQSQIPtLrpte
mut XVhile is gratefully amt attectionatety
tlmlipatml t0 Daylnn C. Atkinson, Katherine
Kiety, amt Thomas ti. rtwmmey.
Having reat'timt the Chicago Boartt of
tittueatirm retirement age. atter 32 years of
teachingF at tingtewomt, tVIr. Atkinsan and
h'tiss Kiety tett us on Fehruary t 1952. tVtr.
Twmney will do likewise tor the same reason
in June mt 1952, atvter seventeen years, meme
hcrship on our taeutty.
As Miss Kiety so etoqucntty said, how-
ever. at the January, 1952, graduating ex-
ercises, anyone who has heen as comptetety
ictentiFicct with a great institution tite Engte-
wood as tong as she, Atkinson, amt Twomey
have can never teave it. As tong as there is
an Engtewooct these three stettar teachers
and vitat personalities Witt, in the deepest
sense, he a vibrant part of it.
Venturesome, warmhearted, enthusi-
astic, deeply retigious, greatly interested in
both people and ideas, Miss Kiety trans-
formed her courses into creative projects and
provided her ctasses with tangihte objectives.
She gave her pupits much more than the
routine requirements, and she went out of
her way to hetp other teachers. The kind of
attitude att this represents has kept her young
in appearance as wett as in spirit e so much
so, incteett, that it seems strange to think of
her as having retired.
DAYTON C. ATKINSON
Quiet amt simple in manner, persever-
ing in spirit, sometimes picturesque in
speech, and witty in a quaint tmtiana fash-
ion, tVtr. Atkinson is a tahoratory scientist
and SCiOHCG teacher in the hest tradition of
that tiet t. Restraint, taithtutness to demon-
strahte tacts, Objective fairness toward his
stuttents as wett as towarct peopte in general,
amt earthy common sense are his most n0-
THOMAS L. tPATt TVVOMEY
tn regard to Coach Twomey it may wett
he said that the educational wortcts gain was
the entertainment wortcts toss. Not only ttict
he turn out teams who matte a science and
an art of Americas great Qrictiron sport: he,
himself, made an art of the pep tatts with
which he regatect our toothatt assemblies. His
wit anct banter as wett as his Vigor, knowledge
of athletics and insight into human nature
witt he greatty missect at Englewood after he
leaves us in June. He witt remain with us.
however, as the living legend which he has
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THREE WHO MADE HISTORY
Asked for his most memorahIe experience as a teacher at Eng1ewood, Mr. Atkinson, characteristically,
recaHed-the satisfaction he derived from having in one of his c1asses a gir1 who got grades of 80, 100, and
100 in the First three tests given in that class ,. and an S every marking period of her two semesters of
physics. When she graduated she hau an S for every semester of every course she had taken except two.
In each 01C these her mark was E
uA student like that makes up for many of the 1heartaches1 and headaches, that are part of every
teachers lot, remarked Atkinson with a smile. You cant expect to have many hke that. rye had my
share of poor ones, but Ive a1so had quite a few good ones," he said by way of conc1usion.
Not much coaxing was necessary to get Miss Kiely to tell of her experience as a high school teacher
which stands out in her mind above an others. uAs 1 look back over the past thirty glorious and satisfying
years at Eng1ew00t1,n she remarked with characteristic exuberance, HI recaH especiaHy the Spanish three-
act play, 1Los CastiHos de Torresnohles: which we of the Spanish department presenteu in room 310 two
consecutive evenings to seH-out audiences. It was thriHing to Find parents and friends of pupiIS g1ad1y pay-
igig an1C alumission fee to see them perform a urama in a foreign language. Oh it was coIorfuI. It was
eauti u .
uDances, songs, and piano and organ music were interwoven with the action ot the p1ay. The organ,
a sma11 collapsible instrument, clear ant1 sweet in tone, which we horroweu from a nearby church, created
a true-to-Iife atmos here in the wedding scene. The students Iooked Spanish and simulatect the hearing of
Spaniards most eFchtiver. They 8.150 spoke their 1ines very we11.
"Of course, to prepare for an this properly, we H the stuotents anu teachers invoIved H stayed after
school daily for six weeks. It was hard work, but it was a1so Iots of fun H what with snacks between
tasks, and parents he1ping to decide on the costuming of their dear young hopefuls, and the uetermina-
tion to perfect the performance regardless of the time and effort required."
After a pause at this point, Miss Kiely continued, HRecaHing this spirit of ctetermination brings me
to my parting message to all the Fine students at dear 01d EngIewood in 1952. I urge you to persevere, to
persist, to exert common ordinary egort continuously. Cu1tivate an attitude of enthusiasm toward your
school work. Give your very best to it, and you111 reap 1ite10ng rewards. Carry your assignments through
to completion. Make a habit 01C that. It wi11 bring you joy and exhi1aration. Reacl, stucty, think. Stay
with your books as 1ong as possthe, because education 1eading to c1ear thinking ogers the only genuine
solution to the comp1ex problems of our day."
Asked for his ngood-hy" message to the sch001 of which he has been so much a part for more than
three decades, Mr. Atkinson remarked, u1 never like to say good-hy, and a1ways say it with a feeIing
that there soon will he an opportunity to say, lhe110 .
Then he continued, uEducation seems to me to he more important than ever. As for teachers, 1 fee1
that they are the most important cogs in the ectucational whee1. It takes a great c1ea1 of work, however,
to he a successfuI teacher. The teacher must not only do a lot of work himseIf. He must a1so somehow
End a way 01C getting his pupi15 to uo a good c1ea1 of work. To get much out of education you must put much
into it. Remember the OM saying, Theres no roya1roac1to1earning.H,
Though Mr. Twomey has been at Eng1ewood about seventeen years, his most satisfying experience is
very fresh in his memory. It occurred,on1y 1ast year. "My most satisfying experience at Englewoodnsaid our
hearty football coach of the past decade and a ha1f, ucame in 1951. That yearys Eng1ewood football team
gave it to me by winning five out of eight games. Jinxed by injuries, ineIigihiIity, and generaI hard luck,
our gridiron squads had won on1y one game in each of the preceding years y 1948, 1949, and 1950. So
the Five resounding victories in 1951 gave us a new lease 01C hfe and a great 910w of satisfaction."
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T0 the request for a going-away message to the boys and girls of our schooI, Twomey responded
spiritedly: "Get as much education as you can." he saitt, and then continued: HA good education enahIes
a person to make the most of unforeseen opportunities. Be prepared for them. Don,t he fainthearted. You
never know what you can do ti11 you try. Don,t c10t1ge work and evade sacriFices. The sincere and sus-
tained eHort you make in sch001 win, in the end, pay hig dividends and bring large rewards."
Serves as Student Government
1n Various Spheres of Activity
In a sense the Student Council at Englewood functions as a student government.
Anyhow it plays a major role in the planning and carrying through of many extra-
curricular school activities. Just as every state in the Union sends representatives and
senators to Congress so every division at Englewood sends a delegate and an alternate to
our Sturient Council. Naturally, the boys and girls chosen to serve in these capacities
rank high in intelligence, depemiahihty, resourcefulness, anti cooperative spirit.
They attend meetings of the Council anti then report to their respective divisions
on what takes place at these sessions. Particularly is this true in regard to plans for under-
takings which the divisions are askecl to help put over. On the other hand, the delegates
and alternates bring to the Student Council sessions suggestions from their respective divi-
sions in regard to extra-curricular school activities.
At present the officers of the Student Council are Violet Westin, presiclent; Felton
May, vice-president; ancl Gayle Hunt, secretary-treasurer. Together with two representa-
tives each from the senior class, the junior, the sophomore, and the freshman, they consti-
tute the executive committee of the Stuctent Council. Operating under the supervision
of Miss Claire O,ReiHy, faculty sponsor of the council, these eleven boys and girls take
the lead in giving direction to its procedure and its projects.
In the past year our Student Council comlucted a Spring cleanup campaign, ancl a
sale of mums in connection with a major football game. During the same period it played
a prominent role in the Childrens Aid, March of Dimes, Community Fund, Recl Cross,
ami Easter Seal fund-raising drives. Likewise, since January, 1951, the Student Council
put over two very successful school dances, sold tickets for all of the schools athletic
events ancl other school performances, and directed Friday hInCh-period musicales in the
school auditorium. It also sponsored the sale of tickets for the Chicago Symphony Orches-
tra series of concerts for high school students.
Our Student Council is an active member 01C the Northeast-Northxx'est Division of
Student Councils amt of the Illinois Association of Student Councils as well as of the
National Association of Student Councils. It was represented at conferences in Evanston
and in Hinsclale, Illinois, and at a convention held in Chicagds own Congress Hotel.
Violet Westin, president of our Council, was nominated as a candidate for treasurer of
the Illinois Association of Student Councils. h
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By E. Humperdinck
Grads Of January, 1952, See
t'HANSEL AND GRETEU
At Hull House
Outside, 0n the evening 01C December 14, 1951, a stinging, suh-zero blizzard reigned
supreme. Snow was piled high and the temperature was down low. Inside at Hull House,
however, spirits soareri, hearts were Iifteri, there was music in the air and a performance
on the stage which carried a harrty gathering of students and teachers from Englewood
far into the fanciful ctepths 01C an Old World forest peoplecl with fairies, witches, and
Orr that evening, as win he fondly recalled by those who were there, the Hun House
Opera Workshop, directed by Silvio Insana, presented E. Humperdinchs fairy opera
UHanseI and Gretel" in English especially for the January, 1952, graduating class of
Englewood High School. Entertainment 0f the highest type, expertly and feelingly done,
it held our boys and girls enthralled. In adctition several appropriate numbers were played
on the piano in spirited style by George Richards, formerly with several hig-name New
York hands, anct refreshments were served. The students and faculty members who braved
the Fierce arctic weather to make the trip to the worId-tamous community center on this
festive occasion will remember it with pleasure for many a year to come.
Learning Can Be Fun
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Novcmbcr 30, 19531. On I'm! day CHIC 3Inrimwllvs, llu- world's lmgml, pmrlwtms n1
nmrioncllc slmws, prosonlml a JUIIMUI'UHI11wlwerm'Hmnw lllm'v. whim ml. llw l'vulmm was
a puppcl. Jranmliznlion HIVNICHICHISIVFHIHH10quYH'llllUllfll'yVVIUF,HlHlPl'lhOllllPHlvullj'glr
lights 01' American Hislory." le nllwr was a similar slmwing HI. I Inns wln'isliem Amlvr 'Vx'r
son's l'amnus fairy tale. MrhC Hourly rl in SHldiClln Vulunlnry mnlrilmlinns Ly llv: mulir Hljnv. JW
011cc mwcrcd tho rusl Hf bringing CHIC Mnrimwllvs in HHQIPWMHI. IWHIV
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VVOOCIXVind Quintet HIV lhc Chicago Symphony Urthostrm 011 Play 1, 1931, QMYC a
concert 01' classirul Wows in our umlilurium. It will lung Jw mmvmlx'rwf Jmlh l'ur L110
CXCCHCHCC 0f the playing aml lhc nllvnlivmwss Hf 1'10 mulicncv.
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Jerorhe Stowell klarined .
Wilbur Simpson Umssoonl
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horM , Ralph Johnson
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THE ENGLEWUUD PLAYERS
HWasnt it wontierfuun u1t was simply grancl."
HHow proud the parents were, and who can blame
them?! HIt was a swell show, and I dont mean may-
be." Remarks such as these rang through the corri-
dors of dear old Englewoocl for a week anti more after
the evening of January 17, 1952. On that evening in
Fullerton Hall of the Art Institute of Chicago, the
Englewood Players, uncter the direction of Mrs. Led-
hetter, gave a triumphant performance of "Take Care
of My Little Girl,n Peggy Goodins heH-ringing
comedy of present-day student life, before a capacity
Many who wanted to see the show misseti out
because the tickets were all sold. And this was one
of those times when the people who weren,t there
misseti a high quality entertainment experience.
The cast consisted of Alice Davenport as Liz,
Sarah Lewis as Becky, Carol Jones as Adelaide tAtD,
Marion Bohn as Merry, Jean Williams as Marge,
rTheresa Davis as Dallas, Winifred Phillips as Casey,
Sheila Johnson as Mother Apple, Yvonne Harrington
as Mrs. Bellows, Felton May as Joe, Julius Johnson
as Chad, Robert Collins as Sam, Christine Muse as
Thelma, Barbara Gihson as Alice, Bernice Wright as
Grace, Anita Officer as Marie, Crystal Ervin as Jus-
tine, Phyllis Lewis as Polly, Rose Mary Spotser as
Marilyn, Irene Jortian as June, anct William Hunt as
BIGGER AND BETTER PLAYS
Established in 1951, our Drama Club has under
its more formal name, The Englewood Players, pre-
sented two plays, UThe Great Choice" and HTake
Care of My Little Girl." Alice Davenport, as assist-
ant director; Phyllis G. Lewis, as secretary, and Felton
May, as stage manager, have been especially helpful
to Mrs. Ledhetter, the clubs faculty sponsor and gen-
HTo promote an appreciation of the theatre anti
to inculcate unclerstanding of the art of dramatiza-
tion and character portrayaln are the main objectives
of the Drama Club. The hope is, further, that its
activities wiH'heIp improve the "diction, voice control,
posture, and poise? not only of its members but also
of students in general who attend its performances.
In line with this the club plans to present "bigger and
better plays" in the future. '
Scenes from uTakc Care of My Little Girl"
Stimulate Scholarship and Character Development
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JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETIES
1A, 2B, 2A
Row 1: Z. Stanse". J. McCurtis.
C. Ervin, M. Stephens. K. Sloan.
A. Goldberg. Row 2: M. Green.
J. Foreman, O. Beasley, A. Smith.
J. Edwards, J. Williams, G. Smith.
F. James, J. Barrett. E. Fisher,
G. Noer. Row 3: M. Harris, Elaine
H0, D. Czarnik, C. Arrington.
L. Johnson, A. Blaus, M. Morrison,
1. Hatred, Y. Pleasant, J. Simpkins.
E. Kelly. Row 4: F. Jackson,
E. Todd, L. Dunterman, 1. Jones.
J. Williams, D. Taylor. M.
Ghoston, L. Glover, D. Powell.
C. Scott. V. Martin, I. Korngoot.
JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY
Row 1: N. White GecretaryL
B. Emery Gocial chairmanL H.
Shelton. Mrs. Gay bponsorL C.
Price. P. Bruner Hice-presidenU.
Row 2: L. Young wresidenn.
A. Thymes, D. Stuckly, D. LaFar-
lette. G. Hunt Qgrogram chairmanL
J. Pappas OreasurerL H. Hochertz.
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tp'nent Established in 192-1, the National Honor Society, sponsored by txtr. Kriewitz, strives
to stimulate the improvement of scholarship among students and to encourage the devel-
opment of Character, leadership, and the spirit of service to the community. The junior
honor societies, sponsored by Miss White, Miss Weisman, Miss Croat, Mrs. Gay, and
blr. Heller, have similar objectives. They concentrate on achieving these Objectives among
members of the junior Class by means 01f meetings, social gatherings, anct special tutoring
JUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY
Row 1: B. Haney, F. Be". J. Har-
vey, Mr. Heller tsponsort, L. An-
derson. L. Cumming. Row 2: R.
Brown. E. Shirley, E. Ketchum.
M. Hawkins, E. Bolden. E. Bishop,
A. Brooks, B. Wright, D. Whaten.
Row 3: C. Ehlers, J. Bell, M. Seals,
M. Mason. H. Lassiter, A. Olson.
A. Jones, K. Carrington. A. Curry.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
Row 1: A. Blicr. J. Karshen,
B. IV'Iorrison, P. Lewis, NIL Kriewitz
tsponsort, R. Sampon. G. Van
De Kreke, L. Vacco. Row 2:
A. Davenport. A. Ross, V. VVestin.
C. Jones. J. IVIcIntosh, B. Nagel,
E. Claster. P. Gray, E. Burre".
Row 3: R. Rountrce, E. Reid,
Y. Harrington. L. Pompey, L. Field,
N. Johnson, R. Brctsford, A. Sanas
tprcsidcntt, O. Klichalchik tvice-
presidentt. D. Harris. 5. Balzer,
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Hblusic, blusic, blusten highiranking, popular song-hit of a year
or so ago comes to mind as one recalls the gay and grand school dance
of November 28, 1951. Its keynote was Hrhyttlm, rhythm, rhythmf,
Every one of the Eve hundred or more young people who participatect
became part of the swaying sea of merriment. There were veritable
anes of wholesome fun. And talk about fancy steps. Wherever one
turned one could see happy couples deeply absorbed in the artistic gyra-
tions of some swing number as they went through its motions with well-
nigh professional Enish. QuicL-time fox trots alternated with dreamy,
slow-time waltzes. Laughter and banter and soft humming of familiar
tunes merged with the stream 01C orchestral music. Witty conversation
and Isoft drinks made the interludes between dances relaxingly pleas-
Carry through Various School Activities
By showing a wide variety of Fine talking pictures in class rooms as well as at special and all-
schoot assemblies the members of the Blovie Club, under the supervision of Mr. Duban, help Englewood
make the most of audio-Visual aitls in education amt recreation. The Drama Club, sponsored by Mrs.
Leclbetter, gives its members actual experience in acting and in the production of plays while providing edu-
cational entertainmentfor the school as a whole.
LA FLAMME FRANCAISE
Row 1: M. Stephens. C. Johnson.
B. Miller, 0. Taylor. Miss
Huffaker, B. Allen. C. Nelson.
J. McFa". Row 2: D. Flanagan.
B. Sims. C. Jones. B. Harmon,
N. Hood, .1. Price. B. Jones, A. Jar-
rett. S. Lewis. Row 3: O. Kirsh-
enbaum, M. Powell, A. Harden.
T. Williams. C. Sto", D. Slaugh-
ter, L. Hodgkin, C. Collins.
W. Sherri". VV. Koen, R. Kine.
Row 1: L. Durham, L. Gabby.
L. Robinson, E. Smith, Mrs. Harris.
B. Brooks, P. Dunlap, M. Wilson.
Row 2: B. Webster, F. Miller,
I. Harrod, J. Bowman, M. Shields,
J. Givens, C. Steptoe, M. Light's,
E. Webster, K. Dillingham, E. R013-
ertson, B. Withrow, C. Goodc.
Row 3: W. Berry, 1. Korngoot,
W. Foster, W. Pearson, 1. Jones.
F. Blackmon. R. Cain, C. Wesley,
J. Erwin, C. Darke, R. Banks.
J. Barrett, M. Upchurch. Row 4:
N. Hackney. G. Keeling. M. Ball,
L. Britt, G. Mann, P. Collias.
L. Davis, H. Pernell, R. Hayes,
S. Nicholas, F. Decoud, B. McKin-
ney. W. NIcCaIebb. D. Powell,
R. Prater. N. VVatkins.
t -....M.K.. ,- Ac
Row 1: J. Elheridge. J. Williams. a t . , V
ClP. GISOJE, E. IVIIiurphly. dIVIiss Zan- , . ,, . y : ' t t 4, t . A t V . . tXK
er, . tarter. . Loy . J. Bow- , . I j ., ' H : t . . I7. x t .
man. Row 2: A. Blier, F. Mel- t . ' t , ' , t .x 5 p ,. I t - ; O'Rellh Rh
Cheri. L. Ebner, G. Britt, P. Lewis. t t A ' . t t t x 3 " t war thl; t l 1'
B. Doty, D. Young, J. Ayers, : ' :4' c 1 . 3 .t .w executnu .
VV. Jackson, J. Brody. W. Lacy. ' t ., t p ,3 V :W 'K . v ' , x t quanen.
H. Hamilton, J. Doss, F. LaVerne. v , ' Va 5 t , t L ,t 1' t t f ,f
L. Vacco. Row 3: G. Williams. C. t t I ' c L ' Eftd' 1
VVilson, D. Hudson, D. Jalasky, J. it . b , ' , : Ship wt 3:
Thompson, B. Heins, W. Summers. t a .. Q ' 2 t Ls Student; t
V. Blount, R. Record. B. Gibson. , 3 W- V , t 4 " V I aCt'x t
NI. Bolin. J. Bossieux. N1. Hernan- V ; , ' t f t l " x ,, t , , l ltlvs fr"
dez. Row 4: C. Watkiss, E. Baker. , N t t t t t K t it tx rm? tt H
J. Krantz, B. Howard. M. Hill,
P. McGuster. A. Hurt. R. Carroll.
D. Davis, N. Johnson, D. Harris.
G. Pittman, C. Muse, M. Powell.
H. Hochertz. E. Cannon.
651C SGH'K x".
Row 1: E, Benson, E. Brown,
L. Ball, J. Barrett, Mr. Duhan.
D. Banks, W. Nance, P. Berry.
Row 2: T. Levin, C. Jones,
T. Johnson. J. Roman. l. Korngoot,
N1. tWosety. JA xVilliams, Cv. Gold-
hurg. Row 3: R. Lawrence,
Bates, H. Hardwick. H. Petty,
Battles, VV. Foster. J. Phillips,
Scott, F. Broitman. Row 4:
XVatkcr. A. Sarras. P. Collins,
. Vites, L. Rhem, R. Battles,
. La Fartcttc, L. Ellens, G. Frazier,
VV. Linko. C. Chcars, A. Rowe,
Row 1: NI. Williams, 1V1. Stephens.
A. Spotscr, E. Jones, F. Nlelchcrt.
S. Brown, E. Nliller, C. Ervin. Row
2. JA Bratrien, 0. Brown, J. Bos-
sicux, C. OyRciHy. S. Hendrix.
R. Hervey, B. Hcindct, S. Ranos,
A. Jackson. Row 3: L. VVhitsicle,
J. Lee, C. Lewis. E. Gullatt,
S. XViHiams, B. Doty, C. XVatkins.
T. Lewis. E. Fielder. J. Kirkwood.
J. Green, D. IVICAfee, B. Jones,
D. Rohinsers. Row 4: Y. Harring-
ton, A. Diggs, J. htclntosh, L. Han-
sen, NI, Brown, T. Johnson, B. Fitz-
gerald. C. Ntusc. N. tVlahin, J. Dort,
D. Kiober, J. Krantz. R4 Spotsor,
D. Robinson, P. Gray. Row 5:
B. Howard. K. Carrington, L. Fiels,
A. Hurt, VV. Phillips, R. Mitchell,
. Lawrence, R. IVIartin. J.
Hysmith. B. Gamer, A. Kurlh,
P. McGustcr, L. XVhito, C. Scott,
Row 1: A. Davenport, B. Wright.
NI. Bolin, F. Ledbelter, B. Gibson.
S. Lewis. P. Lewis, I. Jordan. Row
2: A. Officer. A. Diggs, C. Jones,
J. VViHiams, W. Phillips, B. Hunt.
F. May, R. Collins. J. Johnson.
L. Davis, C. Muse. R. Spotser,
Y. Hanington. C. Ervin.
hVith a membership 0t 87 the Aviation Club, estahhshed m 1949, is, under the sponsorship of Miss
OReiHy, planning a program of lectures, movies, amt trips to places of interest in the future. In the past
year this Club saw and sponsurect mmies depicting Ya mus phases nf aviation; heard tertures hy aviation
executives, pilots, and slewardesses; tOQL' ImL-trainer trips to Chicagoe airport and United Airlines head-
quarters; New in smatt planes; lonL' a trip to Snuth Bend. Indiana.
Estahtished in 1931, umter the spunsmrship of bliss lander, the Commercial Club now has a member-
ship of 52. In line with its ohioctix'es Hf stimulating interest in mmmerciat suhjects and of bringing to
students ttrst-hangt inturmatinn ahmut business requirements. this Chlh carried through a number of speciFic
activities the past yoaxx Noteworthy among them was the presentatim'l 0t skits showing the right and
wrong way of applying tor a job. The CUIDU'IQ year the Fommervial Filth plans to hold three meetings
each semester, and tn haVe uutsitte speakers at most mt them.
' t V. .,.M'
Row 1: B. Nchissick, D. Bates.
NI. Woods, B. J. Davenport.
V. Huffakcr, Z. Berry. 0. Halo.
S. Miller. Row 2: L. MCFaH,
J. Be". L. Thigpen, J. Bm'kairc.
J. Pappas. B. Garner, J. Brewer.
Y. Bennett, G. Ellis. 1V1. Atlas.
L. Jones. E. B. Kelly. P. Cooper.
Row 1: D. Edwards. B. IV'IiHer,
R. Cherry, W. Johnson. IVIiss
Hutfaker. M. Jordan. P. James,
G. McLendon. Row 2: L. Brady.
J. Gillon, C. Judkins, E. IWartin.
B. Basden. S. Johnson, G. Norris.
C. Hines. B. Stoxste". Row 3:
F. Marshall. 5. Knightcn, S.
Woody, R. Johnson, J. Williams.
M. Lumpkins, L. Easter. A. Mims.
M. Morrison, J. lVl. Lee, R. Collins.
Row 1: A. Weems, K. Sloan,
G. Whalen, J. M. Porter, Mrs.
Harris, A. Strange, C. Skinner.
F. Remezas. Row 2: 5. Norm.
M. Brown, M. Pierce, C. Butler.
E. Miller, V. J. Williams, S. Bry-
ant, C. Ervin. J. McCurtis. Row
3: B. Ferguson. M. Frost, H.
Millar, C. Yarbrough, E. Palmer.
C. Arrington, J. Coleman, M. Har-
ris, J. Mills, P. Sampson.
There are four French Clubs at Englewood: Les :Uoueltcs, L05 Loriols, La Flamme Francaise. and
Les Hironcleaux. All of them are sponsored by Miss PIUFFHL'QF. The aim at Les Alouettes is to facilitate
the commanct 0f the French language on the part 0t its members. French songs are sung and French
games are played at its meetings. Les Loriols, with a similar objective, tmlcts meetings twice monthly.
These sessions are devotecl in part to the singing of French folk songs. arias, and popular modem numbers.
1n part they are devoted to the presentation of skits n French. One of these was televised hlarch 12,
1952, over WGN-TV. La Flamme Francoise, which at some mC its meetings has presented plays writ:
ten, directed, anti acted by its own members, participatetl in the same television program. SO. too, did
The two Latin Clubs, sl'mnsorcct hy txtrs. Hams. read stories in Latin, loam famous aphorisms in that
language. discuss the tix'cs 0t the great Roman writcrs. LiLCWise, the junior Latin Club, uncter the spon-
sorship of Miss Rooney, conccnlralos 0n lhc reading: and discussion at Latin stories. Established in
1931, it has a mcmhorship wt 23. Its prcsictcnt is Agris Krumms.
Sincc 1933, the year of its cstahtishmcnt. Sociedarl Pan Amorimna, sponsored hy Miss Kiety, has
slriwn l0 team as muth as possihtc ahmtt Latin America. so as to mtvanve the tooling 0t neighbortiness
lmvzmts the peoples who ttVC south of the Rio Gramtc. A Chapter of the Pan-American League, whose
headquarters are located in Miami, Ftoricta. Societiart Pun Anwricana has received 42 awards and a num-
her of citations for its Ctmtrihution tmwmt the furtherance of hemispherir solidarity.
Row 1: G. Basley, 1. Height,
C. Tyler, B. Kline. Miss Huftaker,
J. Williams, M. Green, M. Truman.
Row 2: N1. Abernathy, J. VViHiams,
M. Davis, A. Broome, P. Johnson,
J. Brack, B. Seals. Row 3: L.
Donegan, A. L. Jones. N. Johnson.
L. Lee, W. Evans tpresidcnU.
R. Reese, J. Fitzgerald tvicetpresi-
dontt. E. Todd, NI. Unnt.
Row 1: 1W. Escamilla, L. Cum-
mings, E. Hancox. E. Sokolowski.
:VIiss Kiely tsponsort, A. Brooks.
F. Be", J. VVhalcn. Row 2:
G. Guclger. G. Greene. A. Glass.
5. Payne. A. Ross, C. VVhiltcd,
T. Levin. L. Williams. C. Engetke.
H. Shelton, D. Barge, B. Gibson.
Row 3: G. Hurle, F. Hines.
S. VVilson, A. Hurt, H. Lassilcr.
R. Marlin, K, Carr. A. VVhite,
R. Cordell. A. Guidt-r. H. Askins.
C. Dmic, G. Bolt
JUNIOR LATIN CLUB
Row 1: L Racket, S. Robinson.
D. Phillips. C. Strong. C. Rooney.
'1 'tP ' ' -l .. " G. Chambers, E. Ketchum. J.
tvl'tlll'l A t ' . - . , Motshy, IW. Curry. Row 2: W.
,5 IrrPWh t V. t ' 7, ; ' hVnrrcn. C. Carter. A. Basdcn.
V ,Mhly' it V t . t ,5 - ' X. Krumins, G. Rouse, T. Lewis.
I t'Tt' a 1 . - Z I. Brown. C. Jatkson. J. XVilson,
WW' 0 ' , ' ' , , ' IA szior, B. Smith, F. Burks.
11h 1? . - . ' Q' 'i ' " ' P. Hvttmn, D. Patterson.
mt: t ' '
GIBLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Has Fourfolcl Program
onancement atong tour tines H athletics, sociat relationships, schotarship, and heatth
H is the main objective of the Girts, Athtetic Association, sponsored by 1V1iss Joy. Estah-
tished on a City-wicte basis in 1926, this association has been continuously active in the
high schools of Chicago ever since then. Its membership at Englewood this year is 1200.
In the year 1951 daily health charts were kept by 500 of its memhers, 287 recorded
outside athletic activities, 200 tried to earn 500 points each for G.A.A. activity, 33 tried
to earn school letters, 37 won H500 Ctuhn awards, eight won school 1etters, 100 won
posture improvement points, 75 presented notes from ooctors showing they hati good
health, 90 presented notes from dentists showing they had good teeth.
During the same year 200 members of the G.A.A. were trained as gym secretaries,
45 as gym leaders, 59 as IocL'er room guards. in addition, 200 of them won points for
participation in team games, 56 for participation in Red Cross swimming contests, and 115
for gymnastic prohciency in special stunts and in exercises on gymnasium apparatus.
The Gym Secretaries and the Gym Leaders also function under the supervision of
Miss Joy. The Secretaries help the teachers keep their records. The Leaders help referee
contests in girls gym classes anti guide others in the use of gym equipment.
Under the direction of Mrs. Weisberg, their sponsor, the Cheer Leaders, syste-
matically stimulate school spirit 'at toothalt games and other inter-schotastic athletic con-
tests. They do the same in school assemblies before and after such contests, anct on other
G.A.A. Captain Basketball, likewise under the direction of Mrs. Weisberg, is an
activity which provides special opportunities for exciting intramural tournaments. It
enables participants to develop individual SL111 and to acquire much-desired proFiciency
points. Approximately the same may he said Jfor G.A.A. HSwimn, except, of course,
that its sphere of activity is swimming.
The Gym Locker Guards, under the sponsorship of htliss De Haan, aim Hto he of
service to the girls, teachers and matrons in the girts, division of the Physical Education
To be etigihte for membership in this group, "a girl must he trustworthy, willing to
work, have a good attendance record, and be able to get along wen with others."
Satisfactory service as a locker guard entitles one to G.A.A. ttpointsf,
By earning 500 points members of the G.A.A. attain membership in the 500 Club.
This entitles them to participate in activities such as the following carried through by the
Club in 1951: Welcoming Assemblies for 1 135, spring frolic, splash party, Junior-Senior
hasehatt game, girls vs. boys voiley ball game, guard assembly, graduation party for graciu-
ating members of the Chlh, play day for all high schools in the district, roller skating party,
Junior-Senior basketball game, Christmas party, and award assemhty.
Row 1: A. Jordan, G. VViHiams.
B. Gibson, S. Balzcr, IVIiss Joy,
R. VVright. F. Alorgan, L. Gamble.
Row 2: E. Hall. F. Trent. A. Hurt.
S. VVilson, C. IVIusc, B. Howard.
V. Ha" kaptainy E. Palmer. Row
3: P. Goods, NI. Brown, B. Wright,
H. Forniss, A. Curry. D. Simpson,
J. Nelson, L. Dunterman, NI. Jones,
A. Northrip. E. Smith, B. Sanders,
Row 1: A. Weems, B. J. Daven-
port. B. Thomas. G. Height,
P. Weisberg, J. Vinyard, A.
Harden. G. Whalen. Row 2:
P. Loftus, D. Cherry, V. Dodd.
S. Williams, S. Du Free, A. Jar-
rctt. B. Webster. 1V1. Woolfolk,
W. Warren. M. Pryor, D. Bates.
Row 3: L. B. VViHiams, L. Jones,
L. Leonard, W. Hall. NI. Ba",
J. Ellis, M. Davis. C. Walker.
E. Schaffrath, K. Diningham.
J. F. Beckham.
Row 1: C. Ervin, A. Spotser.
J. Brody, E. Blorrison presidcnU,
Bliss Joy, L. Gamble, E. Ho.
N. Moore. Row 2: G Van De
Kreke bccretarw. R. Goodcn,
S. Balzcr Gcrgcant-atvarmsX A.
Curry, L. Dunterman, S. VVilson.
R. VVright, R. Spotscr, B. Nagel
hicepresidcno, A. Jarrett, B. AL
Ion, B. Gibson UrcasurerL
G.A.A. CAPTAIN BASKETBALL
Row 1: J. Battle. E. Bowie.
Y. 3IiHer. P. XVeisberg. F. Cun-
ningham, H. Hebert. M. Akridge,
51. Bruce. Row 2: P. Strange.
A. Spotscr, S. Bates, A. Robinson,
K. Guider. C. Burton, C. Ervin,
J. VVaIIace. Row 3: V. Cash.
V. ViHiams, O. Hamer. J. Penna-
mon, 31. Sandcri D. Dixon.
E. Conn, A4 Prestwood. D. Chap-
man. Row 4: G. Brcxuer, P. Brown.
J. :xIcCaH, NI. Smith, E. Strceter.
CL Bolton. J. XVashington, G. RocL
wen, R. XViHiams, F. Bynum,
:W. Daniels, N. Oglctrea.
They Learn By UOIHSHi
hhganizalions Whhich Serve the
School and Whorthy Outside Causes
Members of our Chapter Hf the Junior Red rlhe Library flu'ln now Sponsnrmll
Cross, sponsored by Nhss ORCiHy, learn by direct mmm, has ;1 'lny-nrh1 slnry nl. Jinglewnod By helping
experience how active good Citizens nml community nl, the chargleng-eesk, 11.1 the shelv'mg of hooks, in the
leaders function. Last year they Cullecl'ml material scllm;r up ml rhsplnys, m the typing of cards, and m
for Red Cross 91ft boxes, through the divisiuns. Ihey the ordering of new hooks, members acquire knowl-
attended monthly meetian at the headquarlers 01 the glee nf lihmery sricncc aml general experience in
Junior Red Crogs. They saw movies clepictingethe Iuncliening chmly. A particularly worthwhile pm-
services rendered by lhis great organizatioh. They jCFl. ml lhe Library Club the past several years has
collecteci Christmas gifts for hospitals. ,1 hey sent hcen the room Ago, B0012 Club. It has made good
delegates to the Junior Reel Cross summer camps at hooks availahlc In the entire student body at low cost,
Lake Forest, Illinois, and in Nlichigan.
W Mr. Neue
JUNIOR RED CROSS CLUB
Row 1: M. Jones, J. Green.
VV. Huskey. J. Karshen, L. Jones,
hliss O'Reilly. B. Haney, M. Obcr- Xlr, HWM "
man. D. Murphy. Row 2: Amug '
E. Chukos, 0. Brown, M. Worth- -
inglnn, G Butt, S. Ranos. D Ab-
ner. L. Gamble. B. Gibson. L. Jack-
Sun, 31. Smith. E. Hamilton. J. Brat-
sien, B. Dawson. B. Davenport.
Row 3: D. NIcAfec. A. Smith, I.
XVhilloy, E. Lawrence. P. Gray. A.
Cuider. J. EWCLee. D. Ivliner, J. Kil-
gnre. V. Dixone C. Engelke, C.
Jones. S. Barnes, T. Levin hchair-
manL GA VViHiams. Row 4: V.
hIarsha". D. Robinson, E. Cooks.
D. Krchcr, J. B'Iorgan, A. Hurt.
R. Hayes, R. NIartin, M. Ban,
H. Towns, A. Kurth, D. Harris.
J. Gillcn, C. Scott. H. Phillips.
Row 1: J. Green, J. Raybourn,
L. Jones. B. VVithrow. Mr. F.
Neumann, C. Plant. NI. VVarPieId.
R. Smart. Row 2: S. Bryant.
B. Umble, E Smith, B. Barber,
B. Cleveland, D. Jones. Y. Pleas-
ant. S. Crank R. Tart, G. Taylor,
B. Johnson. G. Gudger, G. Sutton.
J. hViHiams. Row 3: I. Harocl.
J. Smith. G. Robertson, M. Niorri-
son. J. Bowman, N. Rodgers,
L. Griffin, D. Robinson, D. Hazlett,
S. XVatts, E. Bolden, B. Johnson.
A. Price. Row 4: V. Ha", E.
Townsend. L. Pompey, V. Menzie,
1W. Lightle, C. Campbell, V. John-
son, A. Brown, A. Broome. H, Lam-
horl. N. Robinson, W. Landgraf.
V. Thompson, 1V1. Shields.
5 V Mr. New
5. and in
' ynre knowl-
.Wlm bile pro.
'71; Years has
at low cost.
0 CROSS CLUB
Jrnes. J. Green,
Karshen, L Jones,
B Haney, M. Ober-
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Brawn. M. VVorth-
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Morgan, A. Hurt,
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95H. H. Phillips.
rw-n, J. Raybomg,
VIthmw, Mr: J,
'lml M. VVarEIeI ,
l- 5: 5. Bryant.
:rmlh B. Barber,
J lanes. Y. Pleas-
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mlmlr. 0 Sutton.
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1W In, M. Mom-
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Mr. Heller and Mrs. Kerr discussing a phase of animal life with
a group of biology students. The hare in the picture serves as
telling evidence that the points being explained are valid.
Vliss Biaginfs biology class learning some of the basic principles
of the science of life.
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Sales Staff ...................... Patrick Bryncr, Dolores Bellrholmr, B'Iarlhann Campbell, Barbara
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rIhe Pumle and XXIILIC proudly prcsonls llS stall n! Inummg journalists and junior Rlean
business tycoons. Incidentally, there are mum of lhcm than appcar in lhc photograph.
Traveling Editors Of the Purple and White Row 1: E. Knox, J. Karshcn, A. Ivory, J. Z. Jacobson, E. C. Rooney, A. Davenport. E. Ham-
ilton. C. Lewis. Row 2: E. Jones, D. Abner, B. VVard, C. Jones. R. Whitesicle. C. VVatkiss, L
g E. Fielder, B. Peace. B. Gibson, E. Kelly. S. Hendrix, G. Gudger. Row 3: L. Hines, D. Rob-
inson, V. VVatson. J. Fitzgerald, C. lVIcKinney, F. Dlay. A. Hurt, A. Shields, J. chlntosh,
E. Townsend, B. Clark.
FORUM tGROUP 2t
Row 1: E. Knox, J. Karshcn,
A. Davenport, G. VViHiams, htrs.
Reel, D. Young, E. Hamilton,
1V1. Ohcrman. Row 2: B. Gibson.
A. Ross, S. Handy, D. Richards.
C. VVatkins. R. Rountrec, C.
Price, A. Officer. E. Jackson.
B. Peace. Row 3: B. Nngcl.
R. Spolser, S. VVakefictd, B. Heins,
C. Nluse. L. Pompey, R. VViHiams,
R. VVright, Y. Harrington, B. Doty.
V. VVatson. Row 4: M. Power,
G. VViHiams. S. Wilson, VV. Phil-
lips, S. Smith, R. Brown. A. Sar-
ras. T. Scott, A. Hurt. J. Fitzgerald,
FORUM t GROUP 1t
Row 1: C. Cunningham, A. Ivory,
C. Gillespie, NI. IVICGinnis, Mrs. S.
Reel, Z. Keys, J. Payne tsecretaryt.
D. Grant, NI. Gilliam ttreasurert.
Row 2: L. Gamble, B. IVIorrison.
S. Barnes, C. Jones, E. Claster,
D. Harris. J. Nlclntosh tpresidcntt
A. Diggs, F. Broitman tvice-presi-
denU, R. Hervey, P. Gray, C.
VVhitted, B. Burre". 1V1. Bolin. Row
3: O. IVIichatchik. R. Mitchell,
J. Campbell, R. Battles, B. Hunt,
F. N'ay. R. Finkle, S. Davis,
K. Carr, G. Ntogil, D. Harris,
R. 1;?! xVFCHCC.
ls Clearing House of Ideas on Current Affairs
As its name suggests, the Forum, sponsored by Mrs. Reel, discusses Current problems
and affairs. It was organized in 194t with a membership of 70. At present it has about
90 members. Any junior or senior with a scholarship ax'erage of G or better is eligible to
join. Fleetings are held once a month. At some of these a dehate is featured, at others
the main event is a panel discussion.
Suhjects taken up in 1931 included: The Voice of Americas Radio Broadcasts t0
the Peoples of Europe and Asia, the New York Life Insurance Companys Housing Project
on Chicagos Lake Front, the Rearming of XVCstem Europe, Trumarfs Recall of htac-
Arthur, Superior College Students and the Draft, The XVeIfare State, Democracy vs.
Communism, and Japan and Collective Security.
Attitudes toward such questions as these, predominantly expressed at meetings of
our Forum, have been reported to the Ohio University Discussion service. This service
in turn took these reports into account in the surveys of current attitudes which it sent to
K prnporf. $513: the State Department in Wlashington. Thus our Forum has helped inHuence the policy
"txtntcsirrzmc; D. Rob' of our national government.
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ORATORS KZROUP D
Row 1: D. Robinson. M. Ginia
D. Evans, A. Ivory, IWrs. Lorraigt
Roberts, J. Karshcn, J. Blackburn
.1. Smith Row 2: F. Rodwen'
G. Van De Krcke, L. Webb,
K. Olrlcnstcdt, L. Gamble, P. Gray:
S. Bnlzcr, J. Thompson. B. Burre"
D. Simpson, E. Jones. E. Morrison:
D. Greene. Row 3: E. Fielder,
E. Baker, G. Robinson, J. Cun-
ningham, J. Campbell. V. Robinson,
R. Brown, W. Bynum, R. Turner.
R. FinHe, R. Mitchell, J. Ingram,
Concentrates on Parliamentary Pro-
cedure and Dramatic Expression
- In 1951 the Orators Club was sponsored by Mrs. Roberts, who is now teaching at
Morgan Park High School. Consisting of members 0? Public Speaking 2 Classes, it con-
centrates on practice in parliamentary procedure at its business meetings and on dramatic
expression in its special programs. HGraduate Oratorsw receive Hdiplomas" at the party
which brings to a close each semester's activities of the Oralors Club.
ORATORS KBROUP 1
Row 1: B. Hall, B. Jackson,
B. Bracuey, VV. Trimble. Mrs. Rob
erts, Y. Harrington, 1V1. Hunter.
E. Lee. Row 2: R. Hervey,
A. Nleans, R. Knox, 1. Madison,
R. Rountree, E. Grant. 1V1. Mc-
Ginnis. Row 3: E. Claster, VV.
Koen. T. Davis, VV. Harden.
H. Ross, C. BIcKinney presidenU.
G. Hunt, C. BIcCarreII. J. Likes.
Row 4: C. Hambric, R. Battles.
VV. Barken, A. Hogan, P. VVash-
ington, R. Strickland. E. Leonard,
D. Pyburn. D. Harris. S. Davis,
Row 1: Y. UW'
M. Tucker. J, V ,.
H. Bims, K 51mp- ' X
Row 2: H. F1 .1. I
B. VVaIer. F. Jurku r -
R. O'Neal. D. H::-'-
J. Roman. 5. Wm " xv
A. XViHiams, f: 7:
J. Pappas, J. H'wnm 9 ,
L. Britt, O, m- . ,
R. Chappe" R K , '
Row 4: R. 31kr V
L. Rhem L, H1113 7 l
D. La FarIt-Hc k I
E. Remolds. R Ple f
L. King. D Finnogm
GIRLS' O N rF"
M. xx'ood. Y. cw
comb. J. Hanex v9.
M. Gilliam. 3 g' 3
Row 2: E mm; M:
B. Powell. B. Rpm .
C. Butler. Z. Shh.
Row 3: J. Grlnn- '
R. Roberts. B W
- .Iorrison. I V f x
3;. Clark. A. Pern-
schamath.cxi.m'r9 x x
pianisU. D. A 1.! r
M. Campbell. rPr
Hentgerson. L. n 7; '
E. Noel. D. Han. 'VV "
nson. 31. Gilliam,
tn'. .Irs. Lorraine
r1 . BIaC'bum.
L; E RQtlwe".
i. . Vets
Gamble, P. Crag:
mpsont Be Burre",
ll' 3: E. FieHer,
j.twinson, J. Cun-
nth. Y. Robinson,
mum, R. Turner,
nche", J. Ingram,
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,ltnrntJIc, Mrs, Rob
Wit R Hervey.
GIBLS' CHORUS AND BAND
Enliven School Assemblies
Under the direction of Mr. Zlatnik, the Englewoocl Band learns how to read leSlC
and how to play it on various wind and percussion instruments. From time to time the
band participates in assembly programs.
In 1951 the Girls, Chorus, directeti by Miss Conant, twice sang the famous 01d fav-
orite, "The Lady of Shatottf, Alfred Tennysmfs romantic narrative poem, set to music
by Wilfred Bendan. On May 30 it was sung at an aH-school assembly, and on October
30 at a meeting of Englewoocts Parent-Teacher-Student Association. On December 21
the Girls, Chorus participated prominently in the school 5 Christmas program.
Row 1: V. Dodd, J. Haygood,
1V1. Tucker, J. Ashley, H. Zlatnik,
H. Bims, K. Sampson, Y. Garrison.
Row 2: H. Seats, 1. Korngoot,
B. VVafer, F. Jackson, G. Anderson,
R. O'Neal, D. Hudson, H. Askins,
J. Roman, S. Nlutctmick. Row 3:
A. tVilliams, E. VVard, L. Nlartin,
J. Pappas, J. Hysmith, R. Patterson,
L. Britt, G. Steptoe. R. Fialia,
R. Chappe", R. Kline, J. Nlarshall.
Row 4: R. Walker, R. Battles,
L. Rhem, L. Hodgkin. G. Brooks.
D. La Farlette, C. Crawford,
E. Reynolds, R. Punium, P. Archie.
L. King. D. Finnegan.
NI. VVood. Y. Garrison, B. Lips-
comb, J. Harvey, IWrs. Conant.
1N1. Gilliam. B. Seay, P. James.
Row 2: E. Wliller. J; Van Linden.
B. Powell, B. Basdcn, Z. Berry.
C. Butler, Z. Stanse", S. Brown.
Row 3: J. Grinnage, E. pcnson,
R. Roberts, B. IVIiHer, C. Lewis.
E. htorrison, J. lVIcFaH, Pt Ellis,
P. Clark, A. Pcnson. S. Lewis. Row
4: B. XVICDaniel, A. Jarrett, E.
Scllaltfralh, M. Powell, A. Shields
tpianisU, D. Androzzo. S. XViIson,
1W. Campbell, P. Nchuslcr. S.
Henderson, L. Thompson. IVI. Atlas.
E. Noel, D. Flanagan, B. NIiHer.
Richard Hunt sculpturing head of a student in Art XVorksllop.
Art instrudion at Englcxx'ond is Inr more than a mere matter of
Miss Williams pointing out historic spots
theory. as is indicated by Mrs. Currin's Art Workshop in action.
on U. S. Map.
Biology students on Field trip at Brookfielcl
HERE AND THERE
IN AND OUT OF THE SCHOOL
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R.O.T.C. BOYS IN MILITARY FORMATIONS
Their Soldierly Bearing a Product of Systematic Dri"
3.0. T. C.
Provides Training in Precision,
Punctuality, Leadership and Teamwork
Under the guidance of Captain Wi11iam C. Cavert, First Lieutenant Frederic P.
Procissi, Master Sergeant Dona1d J. Hainstock, and Sergeant Jack G. Parris, the Eng1ewooc1
R.O.T.C. Unit completed 32 years of service in 1951. 1t now has more than 175 cadets
in three phases of training; and it aims Hto lay the foundation for inteHigent citizenship by
teaching the principIes of leadership, respect for constituteti authority, and habits of pre-
cision, orderhness, courtesy, hygiene, and correctness of posture and deportment." It aims
further Uto give the student 1cadet1 basic mihtary training which win he of heneht to him
and of va1ue t0 the armed services if and when he becomes a member of one of them.H
ParticuIarIy outstanding during the year 1951 was the work of the Drum and Bugle
corps. 1nc1eed, it constituted the major e1ement of the UPicked P1atoonw. High1y gratify-
ing a1so was the progress made by the riHe team, whose marksmanship average rose 5070
above that of the precechng year. The members 01 the team inc1uc1ed: CarI Griffin, its
captain, Dennis La FarIette, MichaeI Hercules, Scott Smith, Roscoe Mitchen, Arthur
Logan, Clark McCarreH, ancl Earl Barnes.
EngIewoodys R.O.T.C. Drum and Bug1e Corps has had a high rating for severaI
years. Our R.O.T.C. Unite aim in 1952 is to raise its riHe team to a tru1y top-notch 1eve1
and t0 c1eve1op the best driH team in Chicago.
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DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS
Row 1: L. Braullcy, H. Tumor,
2nd Ll. A. xViHiams, hl Sgl. D,
.l. Huinstotk Unstrlu'mH Dir.
H. E. Zlatnik. Lt, J. Roman.
S. Alitclunicll, L. Bull. Row 2
J. Evans, F. Puramorc, H. IWCNuIly.
N. Gibson, V. Blarkwe". C. High
gins. T. Parks. L. Donegan. l. Korn-
goot. D. Robinson. Row 3:
C. Choars. J. Hysmilh. L. Hodgkin.
L. xViHiams. GA Sebastian, D. La
Farlcltc. H. Porno", L. lem.
A. VVthington. VV. Curry, J. Holy
son. D. King.
Row 1: J. NICCurtis. N. Carter,
1V1. Smith, Capt. R. Turner. NI Sgt.
D. J. Hainstock GnstructorL Lt. I.
D. Green, T. Foster, VV. VVoods.
Row 2: C. Pierre. A. Basdon.
W. Berry. C. Darke, 0. Head.
M. Mosely, C. Palmer, L. Fortcn-
borry. Row 3: C. Jackson, D. VViI-
liams, HA Be", A. PresL-y.
M. Poago. L. Cook. .1. Erwin, J. Bir-
Ginnis. A. Gillan.
Row 1: Capt. R. Turner. IWajor
M. Hercules. Capt. R. Brown, E.
Barnes. Row 2: M Sgt. D. J.
Hainstock. lst Lt. J. Green. 2nd
Lt. D. Davis, 2nd Lt. A. VViHiams,
2nd Lt. J. Roman. Capt. VV. C
Row 1: J. Harris, R. Kline, lVlajor
M. Hercules, Sgt. J. G. Parris, Lt.
E. Barnes, 2nd Lt. D. Davis,
H. Bims, L. Adams. Row 2:
N. Jones, E. Cannon, D. Weldy,
S. Smith, R. Crowther, R. Barrel.
A. Beale. C. Andrews. Row 3: R.
Mitchell, C. NlcCarre", R. Finklc,
J. Gregory. H. Wcathcrspoon, P.
Harris, C. Scruggs. L. St. James.
Ql 'AD HI-
MIND IN A
Row 1: Harrington tmanagort. tittison, Buttcr. Rountroo. B. Levis. Hamlin, Mnrs'tnflttu tjruzivr. Row 2: Ingram, H. Lewis,
VVitson. VVintic-td. Long. F. Collins, Smith, Foutkos, xtartin tmmugvrt. Ron: 3: t. lfttm'm tunutlt, Brmxn. Arnotd, Davis,
C. Cottins, Adams, Porter, Tatp, Logan, Bentont, Rcynuttts. Scott. Brmnloy, timtl. xtrturmt. Campbell,
Season Opened with a Bang
A 25 to 2 Victory over 1' tyttc Part: its triutitinnitt South Sittc m'at,
give our gridiron squact a stirring start in 1110 tatt n1 1Q31. By winning
this, the 68th game Engtexxtomt tms ptaymt with ttmt srtmnt, uur tmys
retained the much-mveted Litltc Bruxvn StHCttt tvur us txnr emuttwcr year.
The fottmving week these ttmlgtwly tents lrmunrmt Purttor 11y m1
atmost equatty topsittett score ttmt 01123 10 0. 111611 1Jm1111num tmmtcct
Engtewooct its first tteteal 011 tth SCilSHH tn ttw tune wt 31 tn 11. this
was tottowect by a semmt ticking at ttwc tmmts 0t Kotty 1n' n scum 01 19
to 15. Thus our Victories amt ttotcats wore M'cnmt.
Then Engtewomt won three games in a mm 1 20 to 13 against
Phittips, 31 to 1 against t'arragut, amt 32 t0 0 against Cage Park 1
before 105mg tt'le Finat game of the season to titttcn 1w a score wt 33 to 0.
T1115 acttied up to five x'ictnrics amt ttmrco ttCtCiltS uix'ing us a success-
tut season with which to terminate Coach Twmmevts 11- Vears 01 serViCe
at Engtewood. He Witt retire in tune 1942, tcax'itm 111$ :Quccessur a tatt
task to perform. Our new coach will tune tn rcptewc many 01 our grict-
iron veteransn wtxo graduated in January ur Witt 1w graduating in June.
1mong ttlEITl are HCurtyn Camptwtt, a tine Center; "Bun Porter anct
txonatd Adams, two good emts; Bitty Hardin amt Ratph Rutter, excet-
tent hattbacks; Burnette Lewis. attisection quarterback; Rettw DaViS,
Robert Bromley, and Arthur Logan guards: Horace Bentorct, an end,
and Chartes Finch, a tutttuactx
Action, Gaiety, Drama
On the Football Field
C ontribute Fine Feminine Ele-
ment to Gridiron Pageantry
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Row 1: J. Harrington. A. Robinson.
VV. Summers, T. St. James.
D. IVCIcly, R. Jackson, B. Bales.
C. Gillie, B. Lewis IcaplainI, D.
Richards. D. Foulkcs, T. Levin.
Row 2: B. Rutherford, H. IVICCIvn-
don, E. Hambric. R. Carroll.
S. Robinson, B. XViIIiams, R. Strick-
land, E. Berry, J. Brown. H. Ben-
ford, D. Nash, VV. Jones, B. Porter,
R. Adams. L. Nelson, R. Prater.
New Track Trophies for Englewood
At Girls, Senior-Junior
ow 1: R. Carroll, E. Reid,
Jackson, R. Hunt, T. Toole.
Tyler, L. IVIartin, S. Robinson,
Quant, B. Porter. Row 2:
Smith, A. Tyler, T. Lewis,
. McKinney, L. EIIens, H. Cobbs,
Cain, XV. Jackson, IVI. Banks,
. Petty, D. Richard, R. Lawrence.
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Teams Start Season in Excellent Form
Engtewoodk haskethatt teams openect the 1951-52 season in a promising fashion.
The Seniors ptaced fourth in AnnuaI Hotiday Tournament, thereby going into the regular
section schedute with a standing of seven victories and Five defeats. The Juniors entered
their regutar schedute with a standing of four Victories and three defeats. Ed Hamhric
and Wittie Jones received merit awards as outstanding ptayers in the Hotiday Tournament
and were chosen members of the Att-Toumament team.
Team Ranks Among Top Three in Major Meets
REPLACEMENTS WILL BE BIC PROBLEM
Reptacements W111 he an even bigger prohtem for Mr. Quant, our track coach, than
for the mentor of our foothatt team, for graduation has taken away much of the cream of
our track aggregation. In 1951 the track team came out among the top three in 6111 the main
contests. It won second ptace in the high schoot division of the Dai1y News Retays, First
ptace in the two mite re1ay at the Oat; Park IVIeet of Champions, First ptace in the senior
division of the SouthCentrat Retays, second ptace in the City Cotteges Retays, and third
ptace in the City Outdoor Championship Meet.
MAJOR REBUILDING JOB
Rehuitding 011 our track team wilt he a big job. It had, however, matte sufficient
progress in 1951 to enah1e our tacts to win the City Cross Country Championship tast
11111, for the second consecutive year. Donatct Richard and Richard Tyter, veterans 01:
the 1930 races, together with the newcomers - Attrect Tyter, Rohert Lawrence, and
Lorenzo 1X1artin H are the tads to whom thanks are due for this. Our team won Five
ptaces y 1233-10 - thus totattmg 21 points and gaming the most onC-sictcd Victory in
the 24-year history 01 the City Cross-Country races. By ctosmg the season with another
easy victory in the Sun-Times 1x1eet 0n Nox'emhor 17, our team C0mp1etec1 two years of
mmpetition in Chicago without a defeat.
1t is hoped that the 70 canctictates who have reported for the junior amt senior track
teams in 1932 witt ttex'e1op m a way worthy 01f track team tradition at Eng1ewooJ.
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E, Lexwis. G.
BIG LEAGUE SCOUTS A TAKE NOTICE EgaTCETTLSS
Y. Frazier. J. W:
ler, A. Ellis. FY
Teams Stifit Competition
Our Boys Offer Stronger h I g
Though our baseball team in 1951 lost 12 games and won only two in the Central
Section race, it gave the stronger teams in the section much better competition than our
boys had been able to otter 0n the baseball diamond for a number of years.
SEVERAL OUTSTANDING PLAYERS
Among Englewoodys standout players were Ecldie Walker, an outfielder with a
batting average of over .500; Bill Harden, a snappy shortstop; HCurIy" Campbell, a good
catcher; Richard Rountree, an a ove average inhelder; William BarLeH and Leslie Riddick,
hard-working outFieIders, and Andrew Sarras, a smart pitcher.
There are indications that 1er baseball as in basketball, under IVII. Schiffys guidance,
our boys are going to make the name Englewood count for a good deal more in the imme-
diate future than it has in the recent past.
THEY MAKE CHEER LEADERS
Row 1; J. Williams, L. Kay, B. Wright, K. Johnson, A. Jackson.
THE SCHOOL SPIRIT Row 2; s. Wakefield. L. James, E. Clam P. Gray. R. Gooden.
C. Whitted A. Officer. R. Brown, P. Clark, P. VVcisbcrg.
LOCKER GUARDS AND GYM LEADERS
Row 1: Z. Jackson, L. VVCHJ, D. Nixon, R. XVingard, Nliss Joy,
E Lewis, G. Van De Krcke. S. Normand. Row 2: B. Sloxstcll. LEADERSHIP IS
L. Thompson. V. Ha", C. Hereford, Y. Bennett. C. Davis, L. Usher.
K. Sloan, P. Scott. Row 3: N1. Jefferson, G. Nocr, IW- Prcyor,
R. Hervey. C. VViHiams, A. Stevenson, B. Kline, A. Smith, 1W. Bank THEIR FORTE
head. H. Leavy. Row 4: R. Booth, B. Austin, J. Smith, E. Hendricks,
Y. Frazier, J. 310rgan, J. VViHiams, G. Keeling, C Brown, E. hIcGus-
tcr, A. Ellis, F. Ford. G. Robertson, S. Du Prce, P. Nchinncy.
Raw I: 5 ryrm'u I IunIan. I' XLNUH, 5 XVIJHO. I. Rubenstcin.
I BurImH. TH IIIwrnmn, III me'Ivyx Row 2: I; Ho, N. KeIIy, I
5 SlzuIIxurrlIl. xI 5HIHIL R. Bt-rnsh'in. B Nung. IL. XVrIIIstcr, D. SI'licIcIs,
II. BuIJslmlsl, C. BulIv-r, I; Krthum. 5. 5rnitI1, G Smith. B. Sims.
1 Raw 3: VI XIarlin. I VImm-y, I Kruntz. I. Dan. C XVCsIcy, B XVash.
I inglnn. D, meH, gX Ulwn, K. Currinahm, B. .Ianmvay, C. Scott.
' II. Bukvr. 1.. IUHPS. l. 5uIIv-V.
DEPENDABILITY IS Point in
THEIR STRONG POINT
f Row 1: B. Seay. D. IWurley, L, Jamby, J. XVoods, IA. KIauII. 5 Bryant.
I 1V1. INIBTIZICId. K.J0I1nsOnI 150117 22 J. CUII'HKUI. 5I. Brmx II, 1.. A'XIHIPFVJH,
P. HeHron. L. Gamble. G. Van Do Krvko. F. Bo". B. IVilIlron,
t V. Mills. Row 3: S. Johnson. M. Champion, Ii. Hme. D. P.Itlvrwn.
F. SheIIcy, S. IVIorgan, C. EInIcrs, B. XVnrd. B Pvmv, M. RkImnI,
A. Brown. C. XViIIiams. Row 4: L. xViIIiams. N. Foster, Ii. Brmxn.
M. Lightle, G. Ellis, Y. Bennett, A. Hirks, P. SIICVIUSIUF, V. RL-MII
E. MCGuster, 5. Bloody, IVI. hlorrison.
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Take on Added Poise
, N. Kelly.
. D. Shields,
h, B. Sims.
. B. Wasti-
, C. Scott.
Third Year Marks Turning
Point in Studentgs Life
By C. VV. Johnson
Juniors take on added poise and a more assured hearing along with their heightened
sense of responsibility and feeling of setf-retiance. Eagerly moving forward toward the
culminating year of their high school career, they dwelt in their thoughts and their dreams
upon the excitement amidst which they will become seniors. 1txlany of them, no doubt,
cast their thoughts further ahead even than that - t0 the new experiences, new responsi-
bilities, new opportunities which they will encounter after they march out of high school
with diplomas in their hands.
Ink .3 ii-J':V
Row 1: G. Hunt presidcnU, Miss
Levin GponsorL J. Bouyer Hicc-
presidenU. Row 2: T. Griffin hno
chairmanL A. Thymes QJro. chair 3 A 0 F F 10 E B S
manL E. Counts Ureasurcd. .
Fall Semester Ug50
MRS. MOTEN AND
? MRS. GAY
Row 1: Q. Unger, G. VViHiams,
Mrs. Gay, G. Hunt wresidenU.
Mrs. Moten, E. McKown. 1V1.
Brown, T. Griffin. Row 2:
W. Mayfield, R. Cherry, Y. Stan-
! chel. B. McCall, J. Edwards,
' L. Young. S. Grant, M. Anderson.
S. Williams, C. Cunningham.
L. Gusby. G. Britt. Row 3: R.
Wingard, R. Mills, N. Evans,
D. Hunter, C. Wilson, A. Roun-
tree, R. Arnold, J. Pruitt, M. Banks,
.1. Come", C. Griffin, V. Credit,
"V'7m - 1-mm $1l -.- . , .
MRS. SOLOMON AND
Row 1: A. Wilson. CL Arrington,
H. Scott, A. Solomon Ucachcrh
A. H. Zimmerman UcacherL G.
Huikalis, V. Ba", C. Alartin. Row
2: R. Saffnrd. B. Peace, F. Good
rivly, J. Johnson, J. Hanington.
D. Brown, W. Parkcr, C. Gillespie.
L. Jarkson. D. Nixon. Row 3:
I. Saucy, S. VVillig, R. McCain.
L. Smiley, J. XVOolcy. R4 IWartin,
l. Pappas, R. Jarkson, A. Griffin,
Row 1 : E. 31urphy. H. Brown,
F. Kinard, :Wiss Grunt, p. Brunor.
P4 Goodo. Row 2: E. Counls,
B. Emory, R. VV h i t c s i cl c.
D. Slurkly, R. Hunt, J. NOPI,
V. .Ionns, F. Hazlott, C. Carter.
N. Cobb, 31. Cook.
MISS KIELY AND
Row 1: ,IA Rayboum. C. Blmkxw-H,
M. Vz1llcr, J. Turnvr, 31iss Kivly,
B, Jones. D. mecll, D Lintoln.
Row 2: R. Tart. G. Pattorson,
A Vushingt0n, CV Prinz l C. R04
mun, D. Keith. B. Johnson. A. Stox-
NUTH. N. Vhito. Row 3: X1. Janos.
A. Thymos, N. xlulnn. T. Johnson.
I. Nvlson. C Brmxn. F. Danger
fivltl. l. Gllflgcr, H. Hmlwrtl. Row
1: B Horton. l, Roberts, X Leak,
K. anm, 1. Villa. D Ln Farlotto,
11 Slzluglm-r. I Vnmmk. H.
Hnmn. C. 51mm, .1. Bouyor.
MR. C, W. JOHNSON
Row 1: H. Brown. J. xVoocls,
B. Bynum, A. Robinson, C. John-
son Ucachcd. S. Branch. 1V1. VVCH
stcr, L. Broadway. Row 2: G. Bell,
B. Clark E. Bishop, A. Cherry.
S. Stevenson, R. Amos. E. BoHen.
F. Ford, F. Burks, T. Barnett.
Y. Burns. Row 3: U. Landgray.
A. Butler, D. Weldy. R. Parks,
James Fortenberry, P. Washington,
E. Parker, W. MurH, M. Baker,
C. Campbell, F. Cortez, L. Hines.
Row 1: C. Oliver, J. Kendrick.
NI. McWharter. D. McDaniel,
Mrs. Quinlan, G. Gudger, L. E.
Hughes, L. Kay. Row 2: A. Moore.
F. Wills, E. Hubbard, C. Engelke.
D. Simpson, G. Hill, D. Raymond.
A. Watts, S. Sebastian, P. Ken-
drick. Row 3: VV. Hutchinson,
H. Petty, P. LeVeaux, W. Jones,
D. Nash. F. Comprindo, E. Mc-
Kinney. H. Bearden, R. Davis.
Row 1: E. Sokolowski, C. Hart,
E. Shirley, D. Paige, B. Kemp,
E. Wowe", B. Heindel, K. John-
son. Row 2: V. Cash, D. Cole-
man, C. Davis. A Curry, H.
Wilder, J. Hudson, V. VViHiams.
8. Benjamin, L. Jacoby. Row 3:
P. Wingard. N. Johnson. P. De-
coud, H. Be", W. Evans, H. Las-
siter, R. Brown, W. McGregory,
H. Ashford, A. cheks, S. Cross.
A. Stokes, B. XVright, L. Brown.
31. Sims, N. Nloorc. Row 2:
P. Dunlap, E. Blartin, L. VVoods.
J. Harris, E. VVc-bstor, S. Lewis.
L. Anderson, J. Bratlion. Row 3:
A. XVilson, C. Elders. J. Dori.
O. Bunch, C. Collins, L. Rhcm,
C. Lawrence, D, Androzzo, R. Pat-
terson, H. Ha", K. Carringlon.
Row 1: Z. Jackson, A. Nlathews,
D. Hatcher, E. Ketchum, presi
denU, Zlatnik, N. Kelly Greas-
urcr A. Lindsay, B. Dailey.
Row 2: 1W. Wilson, McConnc".
D. Barge, D. Robinson hecrctaryl
J. Brmiy, A. Class. B. Johnson,
N. Johnson. Row 3: B. VVafcr.
J. Grider, C. Porter, R. Bridges,
G. Brooks. E. Reynolds, V. Collins.
F. Hines Wico-presidcnU. A. A'-
dridge, G. Banks.
Row 1: L. Jones, J. Harvey. S. Sin"-
worth, P Bernstein, 31. 3Iims. XV.
Simon. Row 2: J. :W'IHS. B. Travis,
V. Reed, J. Poslnn, V. Dixon.
K. Duhosc, B. Vils0n. Row 3:
H. Askins, 1. Spills. D. :Wincr.
H. Johnson, L. Denis. A. Kurlh,
51. Smith, C. Smlt, A. Northrip.
Row 1: E. Dinahunty, A. Collins,
A. Brooks, R Brown, 1V1. Armstrong,
J. Vasscr, L. Cummings, B. Jarrett.
Row 2: E. Dumas, E. Howc",
P. Branch, N. Ogletrea. 1V1. Hawk-
ins, B. Bailey, H Cobbs, J. Hy-
smitt, F. Ellison. N. Rodgers. N.
Foster, 1V1. L. Drake, NI. J. Wil-
liams, VV. J. Harris.
Row 1: M. Walker, J. Moore,
D. Westwater, D. Whalen. 1Vlrs.
Greer, S. Morgan, S. Fanos,
B. Haney. Row 2: V. McKeller,
M. Woods, G. Merritt, D. Threet.
S. Pamon, M. Outlaw, S. Payne.
B. Sanders, P. Ellis, J. Grinnage,
S. Walton. Row 3: G. Ellison.
J. Iverson, J. Carter, K. Scarborough,
J. Scott. R. Beardson, J. Crawford.
Mr, W -
3B DIVISION . , . . Mn: 7.
MRS. CURRIN . -. . . aw..-
Row 1: R. Chambers, D. Hughes. - L '. . , ' , . aUA J: '.
A. Adams, lVlrs Currin, E. Law- . .: -, 'I .- in IR!" .
rence. B. Little, 1V1. Mayfield, I , .. ' $V$ '- ', . ' ' . tlTWl
G. Hurley. Row 2: C. Dotson. L. ' ' - , ' , dl H .
B. Williams, E. Lee, J. Kirby,
B. Bates, P. Johnson, A. Rodgers.
E. Hollis, M. Abernathy, C. Yar-
brough, E. Keeling, R. Pittman.
Row 3: S. Martinez, D. Streeter,
P. Be", NI. Mason. C. Chears,
J. Brown, E. Alexander, V. Bacon,
J. Beckaire, A. White, C. Jackson,
Soon Will Be Saying 11Good-by,
Dear Old Englewood, GooJ-by.,,
Theyln say this with mixed feelings.
They,11 be happy and they,11 be sad at the
same time. At Eng1ewood they wi11 1eave
behind four of the most meaningfuI years 01:
their 1ives. Those years wiH a1ways remain
part 01C Eng1ewood; and Eng1ewood, on the
other hand, wi11 a1ways be identified with
them. The satiness the gratiuates wi11 fee1
wi11 he like the sac1ness of a sad, sweet song.
Their happiness wi11 he Vibrant with the eX-
citement of youth starting up a new road,
with many uneprorec1 turns and twists, Iead-
ing beyond the horizon to a great new Cha1-
1enge and great new opportunities, to both
anticipated and unanticipated possihiIities.
1V1rs. Ree1, as heat1 01C the 4A Han for
the C1ass which graduated in January, 1952,
did 6111 she could to make the members of
that group aware of the meaning of all this.
1V1r. Atkinson, Miss Johnson, Vliss Rooney,
Miss Weisman, and Miss White, as 4A divi-
sion teachers t1uring the 1951 F311 Semester,
contributed their share 01: counseI anc1 guid-
ance toward the same enc1.
Likewise, in the Spring Semester of
1952, Miss De Haan, as the head of the 4A
Hall, is, at every opportunity, impressing
upon the boys and gir15 who are to graduate
in June of this year the 11111 meaning of that
great event in their 1ives. The 4A division By C. W. Johnson
teachers e Mrs. Stephenson, Mrs. Jennings,
Mr. Wolfrum, Miss Duhherka, Mrs. Storer,
Miss Zander, 1V1rs. Foster, and Miss Math-
auser Fa are giving more inclivitiualized advice
and guidance to the candidates for dipIomas
in their respective divisions. Anti it is wen A SOURCE OF COURAGE
that they are for G Day wiH soon be here.
This year. as every year, the boys and
girIS who graduate from EngIewood carry
with them the traditionaI spirit of our great
school. hlay it he a source of courage to
them in moments of r1ouht and Jfrustration.
May it ever he1p them live up to the hest
Favorilo Aorul View of
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1W. Gillian hnogram chairmanL
Mrs. R001 Gponsorl L. Gamble
bcrrctaryf Row 2: B. Burrell
UroasurcrL J. IVICIntosll Hicc-
prosidcnU. R. Rountrcc presidonU.
0:51" Semester. 195D
Row 1: L. Field, E. Reid. Row 2:
D. Harris, F. IWay. B. X'ard.
4A ADVISORY COUNCIL
UTHH Smncstor. 193M
Row 1: Klrs. Rcol hponsod,
James Campbell prosicI0nU. Louise
Klaub. Row 7
h: Shirley Barnes.
Barbara Nagol, Lvroy
ADVISORY CUIVNCIL 18
UTAH Smmwlwr. HRH
Row 1: If thl, Y.Nlll 1ll
1X DrHuun. Row 2: RI. Cunt.
B. Smilll. A. Hurt. C. Vilsun
CARLHJYN ELAINE BAKER
GA.A. Junior Clerk
EST! IER MARIE BAKER
HERMAN J . BANKS
SHIRLEY ARLENE BARNES
Forum, Red Cross
OM N'aid with Money
WILLIAM MacLEOD BARKELL
Baseball Team. Student Council
Credit to My Family
RICHARD G. BATTLES
Motion Picture Club, Purple and VVlu'te Staff
WILLIAM R. BERRYMAN
ZWan of Distinction
JOYCE A. BLACKBURN
Physical Ed Teacher
ANNE JOAN BLIER
National Honor Society, Commercial Club
MARVIN L. BRIDGES
Forum sVice-Presidenw, Orators
A Success in the Business VVorla'
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.z- sww.wb- V
Jaws. m. s.sww; -
ALBER'I' TERRY BROWN
A Success in Anything I Undertake
ROBE QT IX5NALD BROWN
Forum, Orators Ujresidenw
HESTER YVONNE BRUTON
Successful Commercial Arlist
ELIZABETH ANNE BURRELL
National Honor Society,
Senior Class Treasurer
RALPH THEODORE BUTLER
High School Football Coach
.- ulcsm-uu-m-vu'. r --W
JAMES ANSLEM CAMPBELL
KENNETH JORDAN CARR
Pan American goricly Vircupmtklcnt
1.... .unwbv't" 2;.
. '1 :v..:.v
l OBIiRTA LORRAINE CASH
C X. Slmlcnt Council
A SUCCGSS in Life
I-fH HiL CMSTER ,
rlxw'rlvmlcr M wC:1pl;1iI1 f NHIHI'S
To Nu SHIIIWIIHIIIH '1;I'llI Vl1ilr?
Sunwws ill . Mlylllmgd FHJMIHQP
HITHY H N 'Ni IMVIF
SELBY MARION DAVIS
Have a Successful Career
THERESSA JEAN DAVIS z
Dramatic Club. G.A.A.
A SllFCCSSfUl Business V'Voman
W V j'
z ' .
JACQUELINE MARIAN DAY f'
Spanish Club, Gym Secretary r',
JAMES BOBBY DOSS
Become, Successful blusician
SYLVESTER JOHN ERMON 7-.
Be an Architect , j; ,
JANICE RAE ETHERIDGE
G.A.A,, Honor Society
Orators Club, Junior Red Cross
Please 51y Mother
HARRY ARTHUR FAGIN
Orators Club, Aviation Club
To Be a Typist
RONALD AARON FINKLE
Forum, Orators Club
.Major in Political Science
DANIEL PATRICK FINNEGAN
ZWalee lVIy Parents Proud of Me
JOANN STEWART FITZGERALD
Spanish Club, Student Council
To Be a Foreign Language Teacher
1952 ; Graduates
G A A. Gym Secretary
LEADORA ELLEN GAMBLE
Secretary of 4A Hall, 500 Club
A Gym Teacher
MARTHA LEE GILLIAM
Senior Class Program SChairmam
To Accomplish the Best Things in Life
Cheer Leatier, Junior Red Cross
Home Economics Teacher
EVELYN MARIE GRANT
GHANA Aviation Club
To Be a Success in Any-
thing I Undertake
PATRICIA NINA GRAY
National Honor Society, Cheer Leader
To Be a Teacher
JOHN DONALD GREEN
R.O.T.C., Student Council
G.A.A., Spanish Club
Credit to the Human Race
ESTELLA ALLEAN GULLATT
Fai Committee, Aviation Club
Be a Success in Anything I Undertake
DONALD WILBUR GREENE
JOSEPH H. GREGORY
BLANCHE DOLORES HALL
Slmlent Council, Orators
lanuary, 1952 T WWI"!
EDWARD MILTON IIAMBRIC :
Basketball, Slmlcnl, Cmmril I
An, Honor Io Aly Family
LORRAINE MALVINA IAIANSEN A
CAHA Junior Clerk
s Isl J A
WILLIAM JA HARDHN x
Football Team, Baseball Team 1 u
Professional Foolball Slur ;
DEVOY EDWIN HARRIS
Aviation Club, ITA.
MICHAEL INGRAM I HiRCULES HWA';
R.O.T.CH RN10 Team 1!.
CIWIRIS'IAINIAZ ELIZABETH HEREFORD
Gym Lemlcr, GAA.
MARY J . HERNANDEZ
ROSE FRANCES HERVEY
Aviation Club, GAA.
DELORES DIANN HUDSON
G.A.A.. Future Teachers of America
MARGARET PEARL HUNTER
JOHN INGRAM , A ' W
Basketball Team, Orators A A ' A - A V A
To Plaster in Political Science
MOLLISON ING 2AM
AUGUSTA SANDRA IVORY
Purple and Vl1ile, GAHA
BETTY V IRGINIA JACKSON
Student Council, Orators
GVVENDOLYN THELMA JACKSON
Junior Clerk, Aviation Club
Commercial Law Teacher
HENRY L. JACKSON
Basketball. blovie Club
WALTER LEONARD JACKSON
Cross Country Team
HELEN LOUISE JOHNSON
Junior Clerk, G.A.A.
JOAN D. JOHNSON
JULIUS ROBERT J01 INSON
Urators UJrcsidenU, Englcmmd Haycrs
MELVIN Lrw IONT JO! INSON
ET! IEL CLATIE K MVES
UraLors Club, Careers
IIXZEL ,K WES
D u Hr" lrlry
FREDERIC WINSTON JOSEPH I
Basketball Team, Band
LOUISE GERTRUDE KLAUB
Advisory Council, G.A.A.
RONALD A. KNOX
Student Council, Aviation Club f! ,
WILLIAM A. KOEN
French Club, Orators
FLORENCE D. LAVERNE "V,- .
Purple and White Uiditorial Assistants V.
ROBERT HENRY LAWRENCE, JR.
Track Team, Points Committee
Be Useful to M'ankincl
CAROLYN J. LENARTZ
Fai C0m., G.A.A.
Success in My Undertakings
JEAN DIANNE LEWIS
JERROLD LESLIE LIBES
Orators, Library Club
Succeed in Future Undertakings
WARREN FRED LINKE
Movie Club, Fire Marshall
, ,2,--; '.4-;. risk .4:3-1w'QTL?.MWJnthVJie 1.W$ , .
lSHMAEL B. MADISON
Competition Team R.O.T.C.
J IMMY MATTHEWS
CLARK GABRIEL McCARRELL
Football Team, RiHe rTeam
MILDRED MARY McGINNIS
Make 1W3: Mother Proud of Me
JUNE LORETTA McINTOSH
National Honor Society
Make 1W3? Parents Proud
JESSE ANDREW McLENDON
ANNETTE VETA MEANS
G.A.A., Purple and VVhite AgenD
FLORENCE LOUISE MELCHERT
Gym Secretary, Aviation Club
Forum, Student Swim Teacher
Forum, Sergeant-at-Arms, Orators
To Become Rich and Famous
GERALD NORMAN MOGIL
Pan American Society, Honor Society
January, 1952 brat" .
RAYMOND STEPHEN MOORE
IJFO. B05650" Player
DORIS ENIVAH MORGAN
Gym Secretary, GAHA
ELISABETH MORRISON . M ' 1'
500 Club, Letter Girl 1.,
EDNA MAE MURPHY
BARBARA JEAN NAGEL m a;
National Honor Society, Letter Girl If
Physical Education Teacher
KATHLEEN IRENE OLDENSTEDT
Orators Club, G.AA.
To M'alze 34y Parents Proud
CAROLYN ANN OLlVER
Spanish Club, G.A.A.
To Be the Young Lady M'y Parents
W ould Have Me To Be
ROOSEVELT CLINTON PASCHAL
To Have 51y Name Among the Greats
JOAN MARIE PAYNE
Forum Secretary, Executive Council
To Strive for the Betler Things of Life
To Become a Secretary
HATTIE MAE PHILLIPS
G.A.A., Junior Clerk
WINIFRED ELEANOR PHILLIPS
G.A.A., 500 Club, Forum
To Become Educated
Office Practice GJXA.
RICHARD D. POSEY
DONALD L. PYBURN
Track, Advisory Council
To Uphold Righteousness
JESSICA DIANE REED
Junior Clerk, G.A.A.
To Be a Success in XVhateUerl Undertake
Track Captainf Forum
To Be an OulsMncling Trackman
Baseball Team Football Team
DEBORAH B. ROBINSON
Nice Young Lady 51y Parents XVant
TO Gmrluulc lerHl College
FRANCES LANELLE RUDXVELL
GAA., Red Cmss
Nullunal Hnnur Swioly
Spanull Club :1 1'C;1rlr:11tl
IN! IN lflfMX'ARD R099
RICI IXRD H RVIN W HYNTREE
I' rimllmIl. BFIMFLMH
Ianuary, 1952 Gri'dw
ANDREW PETER SARRAS
National Honor Society, Baseball l'
Success in My Future Life
BERTHA MAYE SEAY
Gym Secretary, G.A.A.
FAYE YVONNE SHELLEY
Junior Clerk, Gym Secretary NV
MARTIN R. SILAS
Football, Student Council
DOLORES SYLVIA SIMPSON '
Fai Com., Orators H . V .!
Make My Parents Proud
JEAN BESSIE SMITH
Physical Education Teacher
G.A.A., French Club
To Be a Success
ROBERT DONALD STRICKLAND
Basketball Team, Orators
Highest Honor I Can Attain
KATHLEEN ELIZABETH SYLVA
JOAN IRIS THOMPSON
WILLIAM EDMUND TRIMBLE
, fit 9 L, '5; -'-::'- x- - ;a ysum!.v.m:ugekv ':.
RALPH IRVING TURNER
RiHe Team, Orators
ALFRED JACKSON TYLER
Movie Club, Track
LUCILLE JEAN VACCO
National Honor Society
GERALDINE ANN VAN DE KREKE
National Honor Society, Letter Girl
Physical Education Teacher
CLARENCE EARL WALLER
Commercial Artist and Cartoonist
V ERBIE ALICIA WATSON
Forum, Advisory Council
LA NITA ARLINE XVEBB
Orators, G.A.A. Leader
IVON EVELYN WHITLEY
Publicity Committee, Red Cross
FRANCES ELIZABETH WILLIAMS
Forum, Aviation Club
Elementary School Teacher
GLORIA A. WILLIAMS
Gym Secretary, Junior Clerk
GLORIA EDITH WILLIAMS
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GXVENDOLYN YVONNE XVILLIAMS
Forum, Gym Secretary
Please :Vy Parents
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lanuary,1952 ? bmtlll
JAMES BRENT WILLIAMS 111
Student Council, Orators
Credit to My Parents
JEAN VIRGINIA WILLIAMS
Cheerleader, Student Swim Teacher
Elementary School Teacher
REBIE JO WILLIAMS
Forum, Junior Red Cross
ROSE MARY WILLIAMS
GLADYS MARIE WOODEN V
Elementary School Teacher '
DELOIS PATRICIA YOUNG
Forum, Girls, Choir
Succeed in Anything I Undertake
lune, 1952 Graduates
Purple and V'Vhite,
RONALD CORTEZ ADAMS
Football Team, Basketball Team
WILLIAM TYLER ALLEN
MARION LaVERNE AVENT
Student Council, G.A.A.
MARIE JOYCE ANDERSON
To Be Successful
CURTIS D. AUSTIN
WILLIAM HOVJARD AYERS
Junior Red Cross
SHIRLEY JEAN BALZER
Letter Girl Club, Orators
Professional Ball Player
EARL JULIO BARNES
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HELEN JOYCE BAKER
G.A.A., Gym Secretary
JULIETTE E. BEACHAM
Gym Secretary, Spanish Club
IWake the Best Out of Life
HORACE G. BENFORD
Physical Ed. Instructor
MARGARET LOUISE BLACK
VADA LIGION BLOUNT
MARION E. BOLIN
Student Council, PTA. Club
High School Teacher
QUEEN ESTHER BONDS
bloke 51y Alolhcr Proud
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JOAN L. BOSSlEUX
June, 1952 3 Gri'm'"
DONALD BOTTOMS O
ALFREDA ARLEN E BOUYER
F.T.A., GAA. ;
Successful in Fly Undertakings ,
JAMES CHARLES BRADFORD l ' .I
ROY ROBERT BRELSFORD
To Be a SUCCGSS
OTHA MAE BROWN
Gym Secretary, G.A.A.
TO Be a SUCCQSS
DONALD LOUIS BURNAUGH
To Be a Success in College
DOROTHY E. BURAUER
To Be a SUCCGSS
To Be a Success in Life
GUY J. CALMBACHER
To Travel the Americas
DOROTHY LOUISE CAMPBELL
To Be a Aledical Stenographer
To Be a Truck Driver
.mdxs wgyVJna..J V
CHARLES FRANK CARTER
To Be 0 Baseball Player
To Be a Credit to 3132 Family
RONIE MAE CARTER
History Forum, G.A.A.
PEGGY JEAN CLARK
Cheer Leader, GAA.
TO Be 0. SUCCGSS
ISAAC SHEPHER COLEMAN
JEANETTE DOLORA COLEMAN
To Be a Registered Nurse
lune, 1,952 a Uri'd'ml
BARBARA LEATRICE CK WNER s
Registered Nurse 1
RUBY CORDELL s
G.A.A., Spanish Club t
TO BC U Stenographer
G.A.A., Honor Society
TO B9 C1 SUCCCSS
RlCHARD ALAN CROWTHER .
To Be an Architect 3
WILLIE JEAN CRUSOE
GMAA Junior Clerk
A Success in Business
WATSON THOMAS CURRY
Frcnrh Club, ROTC.
ALICE ANN DAVENPORT
Englewood Players, Student Council
CARL F. DANCA
DONALD LEE DAVIS
ROSE MAE DAVIS
BARBARA JEAN DAWSON
CONSUELLA L. DEAN
Household Art Teacher
AMON A. DIGGS
Epsilon Sigma Epsilon, Student Council
JOAN BLONDELL DOSS
BARBARA JEAN DOTY
Explore M'athematics Field
BETTY JEAN DOTY
Advisory Committee, Forum
Undertake a Business Career
Is,t,pgw9.wewr A .
LORETTA JULIA EBNER
G.A.A., Student Council
GEVEVA V. EDGE
Be a Success to My Parents
Movie Club, Track
G.A.A., Gym Secretary
LUCILLE D. FIELD
National Honor Society
Vice-President of June Class
Make ZVIy Parents Proud
CHARLES EDWARD FINCH
Student Council, Football
Successful Business Plan
Become a Civil Service VVorleer
DONALD E. FOULKES
TO Be Successful in Life
BAXTER G. GAMBLE
To Become a Printer
MAGGIE JOY GANT
Student Council, Advisory Council
Spanish Club, GAHA
BARBARA NAOMI GARNER
G.A.A., Aviation Club
To Be Professional F'Ioclel
BARBARA JEAN GlBSON
500 Club, Spanish Club
CORNELlUS P. GILLIE
Certified Public Accountant
A Success in Anything I Undertake
EMILY ALEECE GOULD
G.A.A., Junior Clerk
A Success in Anything I Undertake
DELOIS A. GRANT
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JOYCE ANNE GREEN
Aviation Club, G.AX
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3 XVARREN GRUZINSKY
ALICE LA FLORA GUIDER
Junior Rod Cmss
ALFONSO M. GXVIN
. Baseball Squad Track Team
ORA LEE HALE
ERNESTINE EMMA HALL
Girls, Basketball Team, Gym Leader
Physical Ed. Teacher
Forum. Junior Clerk
Physical Etl. Teacher
ELSIE SHIRLEY IWIAIVIILTON
ELIZABETH MAE HANCOX
Pan American Club, GJXA.
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G.A.A., Junior Clerk
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Cl IARLENE HARRIS
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BARBARA JEAN HAWKS
BARBARA TONI HOWARD
Girls, Basketball Team, Spanish Club
Make My Parenls Proud
MARY JEAN HEAD
BERNADINE V. HEINS
To Succeed in Any-
thing I N'ay Undertake
SHIRLEY ANN HENDERSON
G.A.A., Girls, Chorus
To Become a Stenographer
Commercial Law Teacher
SHIRLEY JEAN HENDRlX
G.A.A., Aviation Club
To Be Successful
KARL HOUSTON HENRY
To Be Successful
MABLE L. HILL
Englewood Players, G.A.A.
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f LEW HODGKIN
9 French Club, Student Council
To Be a XVGH Street Tycoon
JAMES PERCY HOOD
Clean-Up Committee, Nlusic Committee
Real Estate Broker
EDMOND LUTHER HUBBARD
Basketball Team, Baseball Team
Succeed in Life
GERTRUDE I. HUCLE
Gym Secretary, Junior Clerk
i To Flake Fly Flother Proud
EDWARD EUGENE HUMES
Baseball Team, Basketball Team
WILLIAM WOODBURY HUNT
Basketball Team, Student Council
Forum, Advisory Council, Llunior Red Cross
To Be Successful in Anylllingl Undertake
ARLINE MARY JACKSON
Aviation Club, Cheerleader,
DONALD BERNARD JACKSON
EDDIE H. JACKSON
To Succeed in Anylhing 131037 Umlerlalqe
LANITA ALVA JAMES
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BEATRICE DOROTHY JOHNSON
TO Be a Good Secretary
NORVELLE ANN JOHNSON
Student Council, G.A.A.
BARBARA ANN JONES
G.,A.A., French Club
Instructor in Nursing
CAROL ANN JONES
National Honor Society PresidenH
Physical Ed. Teacher
JANICE ROSELYN KARSHEN
National Honor Society,
ZENOLA MELVANIA KEYS
JUNE TERESA KIRKWOOD
Aviation Club, GHAA. Swim
Success in Everything I Undertake
Spanish Club, Purple and VVHite
Aviation Club, Gym Secretary
To Alake IWy Pfother Proud of MIC
Surrossful in Business
DENIS RAY LA FARLETTF.
Hmmr Society HJresidenH
I JOSEPH AMEDEE LAVIZZO
Have 1110 5105i Enjoyment in Life
EDDRICF LOUISE LEE
CAROLE JANICE LEXVIS
Purple and VVhile Stag, Aviation Club
Football, HQuartcrbacH, Basketball K3uach
Football Team HilamJacH
Basketball Team UTorwach
PIVIYLL'IS GAIL LEXNIS
BARBARA JEANNETTE ,LIPSCOMB
GICC Club 11I CElSUFCIq Forum
FTI IEL B. LLOYD
Glee Club, CJNA.
ARTHUR F. LOGAN
Football Team GuaKU
Orators, Club Ujresidenw
Radio and Television Technician
JAMES A. MARSHALL
Football Team Ha1fbaCM
X Ray Technician
LORENZO ELMER MARTlN
Track Team and cross Country
PHEONA R. MARTIN
Girls, Chorus, Locker Guard
FELTON EDWIN MAY
Student Council Uzicc-Presidenw
Dramatic Club Stage Manager
AUDRY YVONNE MILLER
G.A.A. Library Club
GWAHA Gym Secretary
TO Become C1 SUCCOSS
FREDERICK DELBERT MILLSAPS
FAITH CAROL MORGAN
G.A.A., Library Assistant
G.A.A., Gym Secretary
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LOIS MARCFLLA MOSLEY
Student COUDCiL G.A.A.
AHain a Alaslerk Degree in History
ARCHIE JOHN NOTLEY
JAMES ALBERT NOTLEY
MARY PATSY MURPHY
Be a Sucross in Any FicH
G.A.A. WKdvanccd Basketbalh, Forum
National Honor Society
A N'alh Teacher
SHARON JEAN MYLES
HENRY SLATER McCANN, JR.
LARRY E. McCARTIh
TO Be 0 Popular SLLCCCSS
HERBERT XVYLLS NCCLENDON
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AJx'isnry Council thaim'lmH
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MILDRED ELOISE McKOWN
Gym Secretary, G.A.A.
To Be Successful Throughout Life
JERRY CHARLES NEELY
ELVIRA A. M. NOEL
ANITA MARIA OFFICER
Cheerleader, Dramatic Club
Make My Parents Proud
ETHEL JEAN PALMER
GAA, GAA. Basketball
Girls, Chorus, G.A.A.
ELIZABETH JANE PERRY
Epsilon Sigma Epsilon, Library Club
To Be Successful
French Club, Forum
LORETTA NETTIE POMPEY
F.T.A., French Club Vice-PresidenU
BERNARD DUDLEY PORTER
Basketball thtainL Baseball
Physical Education Teacher
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BEULAH MAE POWELL
MOLUE ANN POWELL
BEVERLY JEAN PROCTOR
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Latin Club, Locker Guard
RUTH JOAN RECORD
ELLIS EDMUND REID
Track Team, National Honor Society
Preskient of June Class
To Be a Success in 1W3: Undertakings in Life
Basketball Team, Track Team
A Business Man
FRANCES JUANITA ROE
To Be a Laboratory Technician
RUTH CHINN SAMPSON
To Be a SUCCCSS
EARLIN E SANFORD
To Be Cl SUCCGSS
THOMAS AGRIPPA SCOTT
Baseball Team, Forum
A l l omcy
June, 1952 GNHIM
WILLA MAE SCOTT
To Be Successful in Anything I Attempt
HERBERT BERNARD SEALS
To Become a Success in ZWusic
GERALD ANTHONY SEBASTIAN
R.O.T.C. UDrum SgtJ
To Become a VVealthy Business Man
ANNA LORRAINE SHADD
PW. Staff, G.A.A., Girls, Chorus Pianist
Tc; Go Cut into the Business VVorld
ROBERT GERALD SKORODlNSKY
ROBERT E. SMITH
Aclvisory Council, Football
Team, Track Team
SCOTT BEN SMITH
To Play Big Ten Football
FMTA Aviation Club
To Excel in the Field of Education
PEARLENE ELANE STEED
A Famous Dress Designer
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Elementary School Teacher
WILBURT MAURICE SUMMERS
Track Team, Forum
JESSE C. TARRANT
CHRISTINE LAVATA THOMAS
Junior Clerk, G.A.A.
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LOIS JEAN THOMAS
To Be Successful in Business
TOUSSAINT G. TOOLE
Track, Student Council
FERN E. TRENT
G.A.A., Advancecl Basketball
To Succeed in All My Undertakings
Track Team, ESE.
CLAUDIA MARIE TYNER
ROBERTA JANE VALENTINE
G.A.A., Latin Club
ALLEN R. WALKER
A Successful Pharmacist
Football, Spanish Club
BARBARA M. WARD
Student Council, ESE.
Surpass My Father 5 Expectations
ALFREDA MARIA WASHINGTON
Junior Clerk, GJXA.
BARBARA JEAN WASHINGTON
A SUCCOSSfUl Stenographer
CYNTHIA LOUISE WATKISS
Purple and VVhite Stag, Aviation Club
Student Council, G.A.A.
To Be Successful
THEODORE DANCLIEL WEST
VIOLET MARGARET WESTIN
Stmlent Council spresidenw,
National Honor Society
Nlake ZWy Nlother Proud of Me
JEWEL AURELIA WHALEN
Future Teachers of America, G. A. A.
LEONARD JOSEPH XVHITE
A Success in Anything I Unt'lcrlalce
CI MRONLEE XVHITTED
Cheerleader. Student Council
To Be Salncllling and
Think rm Nolhing
ALVIN ROBERT XVILLIAMS
X Sucross in Any Finlr'l
TX ADM D XVILLIAMS
Englewood Players, Library Clerk
Librarian in 0 Grammar School
G.A.A.. AJvisory Committee
SADIE LUCILLE WILSON
anm, G.A.A. BachllmH Team
A Successful Teacher
NORMAN FLAVFON VRICIIT
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JOHN N. BROWN
Success in 11132 Undertakings
JANUARY, 1952 GRADUATES
LAURA MAE ANDREWS ROBERT BROMLEY
G.A.A. F00t13a11 Team
Trained Nurse To Be Rich
NAOMI B. ARMSTRONG FRED JONES
CLARENCE W. CRAWFORD Be Successful
Athletic Instructor Printer
JUNE, 1952 GRADUATES
ALPHONSO B. DAVIS CLAUDE C. MADDOX
1V1usician 1170.1 C. Junior C1er1c
ROBERT MAYBERRY 11 orl 1 5 Best A111sician
Physician JOH N CROSBY MORRI ISON
THEODORE ST. JAMES PWMW
Basketban Team, FRANK SPR1NGS
Red Cross ROTC.
A History Teacher AIUSI'CIYUI
CUNTENTS--TEXT AND PHOTOS
Administrative Stag .......................................... 10-13 Honor Societies .................................................. 20-21
Art Workshop .......................................................... 36 January Grads Luncheon .................................... 22
At111etics .............................................................. 39 Junior Red Cross .................................................. 3O
BasebaH ........................................................ 44 15161110116110 Show .................................................. 18
Basketban .................................................. 42-43 1Wat1lematics C1asses ............................................ 9
FootbaH ...................................................... 39-41 Opera at 111111 House ........................................ 16-17
Track .......................................................... 42-43 Princ1pa1 V 15115 1X1ain Pump Room .................... 8
Band .................................................................... 35 Purple am, XV 11in? Stag ........................................ 32
Cheer Lea11ers .................................................... 41. 45 1x. 0. T. C ............................................................ 37- 38
Chicago Symphony Quintet ................................ 18 Schoo1 Dance ...................................................... 23
C1ubs .................................................................. 24- 34 Student Council ................................................ 14-15
Eng1ew00d P1ayers .............................................. 19 3A and 3B Divisions ........................................ 48-52
Favorite View 01 Eng1ewoo11 .............................. 54 Three VV110 1Wac16 History at Eng1ewooc1 ............ 13
Forum .................................................................. 33 1At1dnson, Kier, Twomev1
Gir1s Chorus ........................................................ 35 Drawings .
Gir1s Gym Groups ................................ 28 -29 45- 46 By C 1v 1011113011 ........................ 2 4. X 47 53
Grac1uates .................................................... 53 55- 58 BY leroy vaurn ........................................ 8
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