Farragut High School - Where the Action is Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1941
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ON .BOARD THE "HARTFORD," BATTLE OF MOBILE BAY.
IFROM A PNNTWG BY
Admiral Farragut in the
rigging aboard the Hartford at the Battle of Mobile
Bay. AI the left in the painting is the flag which the
Admiral gave to the father of Mr. Moses Hoppoclc
whom you see in the lower right inset. Mr. Hoppoclc
kindly donated this flag to Farragut High School on,
March 3, 1941.
IDUB ADMIBAL AND 0Ull ll0NOIl
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PUBLISHED BY THE
2345 SOUTH CHRISTIANA AVENUE
C H 1 C A G 0
With cries on all sides demanding
a speeding up of national defense, what can high school students
do? In our day-to-day behavior, in all our relationships, we can,
by giving our best to whatever job needs to be done, build up a
morale that is an answer to all who fear for America's future and
for democracy. Everyone of us who refuses even for an instant
to lose faith in the American ideals of freedom and testifies to that
faith whenever he has a chance is doing something for his country
this very moment.
We do not forget that democracy
teaches us to live and let live and so we do not listen to malicious
criticism, we do not tolerate racial nor religious prejudice. Any
attempt to stir up dissension or unrest among us is quickly denounced
and squelched. ,
We know that our nation is one
of youth, made of her steel alloyed with the blood of many peoples,
not too stubborn to bend but too strong to be broken. Our nation
is made up of peoples of common stature not cursed by class, and
vaccinated against all isms, cults, or crack pots.
What can we do to survive these
desperate times? We must be cheerful, confident, know what we
believe in and stick to it and, most important, have no fear. Directed
by the principal and teachers we take part in all' activities of the
school wholeheartedly, knowing that fair play, qfooperation, clear
thinking and active participation teach us how to appreciate and
respect our fellow men and fit us for the places we as citizens shall
sometimes occupy in the community.
ln our classes we gain skills, atti-
tudes, knowledge and training knowing that only an educated nation
is free. We know too that our country to defend itself properly has
need of those who know, and those who can.
And that is why the anniversary
of David G. Farragut's birth was taken as a fitting theme for 1941
because throughout his life Farragut prepared himself for the oppor-
tunities he was sure would come and when they did he was ready
for them. So in closing this year, which was full of satisfactory
accomplishments, we say with Farragut, HFull speed aheadf,
DAVID G. FABBAGUT
FIRST U. s. ABMIBAL
One hundred and forty years ago on July 5,
David Glasgow Farragut was born fnear Knoxville, Tenn.J son of George Anthony,
a full blooded Spaniard whose family history showed fighting blood as far back as 1229.
Since his father became a Master in the United States Navy when David was six and he
himself was adopted by Commodore David Porter a year later, he grew up with the
smell of the sea in his nostrils.
In 1807 his father was sent to New Orleans
to command a gunboat. Often he took his children out on a yawl on the trip from New
Orleans to Havana. Once when during a bad storm he was criticized for exposing his
children to such dangers, he answered, "Now is the time to conquer their fearsf' David
under Commodore Porter's expert training had many such experiences which taught
him to face peril with unruffled composure. He became a midshipman in the Navy
when he was nine years old. At twelve David was put in command of a prize whaler,
which he was ordered to convoy to Valparaiso. While other boys spent their time on
"larks" he studied and made notes on the rigging, guns, fittings and practices found
aboard foreign ships.
Farragut learned that having an influential
foster-father proved an impediment to his advancement. Commodore Porter always
considered him "too young for promotionff Although it rankled that many who entered
the Navy after him became lieutenants before him, he was never soured by his ill-
fortune. He never lost pluck or ambition and worked all the harder to fit himself to
seize the opportunities when they came. When he was 23 he took command of his Hrst
naval ship in the war with the West India pirates.
The Civil War found him the best equipped
man in the Navy and although he applied for an active command he waited months
for an appointment. As an ofhcer of Southern birth leaving Virginia when it seceded
and moving to New York, he was looked upon with suspicion.
Ordered December, 1861, to take command
of an expedition against New Orleans, Farragut hoisted his flag on the U. S. Hartford
and spent months making preparations for the capture which took place at the end
of April. On August 5th, 1864, occurred the battle of Mobile Bay where he spoke his
famous words, "Damn the torpedoes. Full speed aheadln That year he was promoted
to Vice-Admiral, the first to hold this rank and two years later became the first Admiral
in the United States Navy, "as a national recognition of distinguished service and
In 1867 he was permitted to take Mrs.
Farragut with him on a European coastal cruise of good will.
To his death on August 14, 1870, he lived
up to the words published about him in the British Army and Navy Gazette after his
capture of Mobile-"his feats of arms place him at the head of his profession, and
certainly constitute him the first naval officer of the day as far as actual reputation,
won by skill, courage, and hard fighting, goes."
When David G. Farragut was but ten years
old he was referred to as "three pounds of uniform and seventy pounds of fight:
because even then he had self-restraint as well as self-respect and he would fight when
the proper time came. Although as a grown man he attained a stature of only five feet
seven inches he continued to command respect wherever he went. Rear Admiral Schley,
writing about him during the Civil War period, declared: "His gait and step were
those of a very young man, and in conversation he was an animated and interesting
talker. His information and experience were general, and upon almost all subjects-
professional, scientific or political-he was interesting and attractive. Like all great
men he was affable and accessible. His manner was one of great mildness and self-
poise. His ideas were clear and his methods of doing things were always decided. In
any of the emergencies of battle, his towering genius was readiest and his cool self-
possession was an inspiration to everybody. The wide difference that was apparent
between this sprightly, kind, mild and pleasing gentleman, even when under a heavy
load of responsibility, and his lion-like character and presence when battle was going
on, was the contrast between sunshine and storm. His judgment of men was excellent,
as the choice of officers with whom he surrounded himself indicated. The unvarying
and complete success he met in everything he undertook in that great war was due
largely to his strong personality, unerring purpose and dashing examplef'
Mr. Moses Hoppock fwhose picture you
see on page two alongside the one of Admiral Farragut in the rigging of the U. S.
Hartfordj was born in 1858 and lived at Shadow Lawn at Hastings-on-the-Hudson
where Admiral Farragut came to live at the beginning of the Civil War.
On the United States Frigate Hartford at
the battle of Mobile Bay fsee picture of the painting by W. H. Overend on Page twol
was a huge flag which will have a particular interest to all students of Farragut High
School because it came into our possession this spring.
In 1865 the Admiral was given a reception
in the Dutch Reformed Church by the people of Hastings. Seven year old Moses was
sent to get the Hag from the Farragut home, to drape over the pulpit. After the
reception the Admiral gave the flag to Mr. Hoppock, Moses' father, saying it would
look fine on the tower of Shadow Lawn, their home. It flew over Shadow Lawn until
In March, 194-1, Mr. Hoppock kindly
donated this memorable relic of the Civil War to our school with an affidavit giving
its authentic history.
On the back of the flag is discernible U. S.
Hartford and Admiral Farragufs name. There are 38 stars on the blue field. Each
stripe is 1121 inches wide and the stars measure eight inches from point to point.
Almost 12 feet high, the Hag is 15 feet wide. When the Hoppocks used to hang it out
of the cupola window at their home in Westfield it came so close to the ground that the
children hung on it and tore it. Some of the blue field as well as two stars have
Mr. Ernst Josi, shop teacher, is making a
dustproof glass case for the flag and affidavit so that future generations may view this
historical memento. A bronze tablet will bear Mr. Moses Hoppockys name and the
date of the gift and will hang in our library.
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To our "First Matew-lVlr. William C.
Prottsman, we proudly present the 1941 edition of the Farragut Log in appreciation
of the time and effort he spends in making a perfectly co-ordinated school as evidenced
by the fact that classes start promptly on the first day of each semester.
Among his principal duties are assembling
the entire school programg preparing individual programs for pupils entering from
other schools and evaluating their creditsg planning programs for pupils entering the
school after the first week of the semester, supervising prospective graduates, adjusting
the scholarship and attendance, and answering numerous questions of pupils and
Our 'Tirst Matev came to us in 1934 and
since that time has built an unshalceahle niche for himself in Farragutis halls.
It is with sincere gratitude for his patience
and tolerance with our stumbling efforts that we dedicate our Log to "Prottsie" as he
is affectionately known among the students.
Graduating Classes of 1941.
Under Skipper Ritzma,s
able steering with efficient assistance from Ship-
mates Clark, Schultz and Geer, the counselor group
plays an increasingly important part in the lives
of Farragut students. This year the objective
stressed was that it is the patriotic duty of every
student to remain in school and graduate. Even
though jobs are much more plentiful at this time,
Mates Schultz and Lupe urged second and third
year students to continue with their school work so
they would be better prepared for these jobs.
Of 569 Freshmen who
entered Farragut in September, 1933, 229 were
graduated in June, 1937, or 1L0.2W. But of the 514
freshmen who entered Farragut in September, 1937,
322 are graduating this ,Iune or 62.6'k.
Shipmate Clark consults
with the teachers to adjust programs to individual
students whose likes, dislikes, interests and abilities
are considered in this planning. All pre-testing and
classifying of freshmen is done by Miss Clark and
her personnel assistants. As administrative dean
Shipmate Geer checks senior records and supervises
the socialization program, organizing clubs, teas
In the 4A semester Ship
mate Schultz secures social security employment
cards and interviews for the graduates, placing
those who need part-time or permanent jobs. Ship
Clerks Hogan, Bergson and Bonner handle volumin-
ous records and their chief delight-collections. In
the library, Miss Vetter assisted by Miss Leona
Fiala, and Mrs. Kent find all the answers to the
students, "Information, pleasef'
All the works under-
ground that make the wheels run smoothly are han-
dled by Boatswain James Doheny who is besieged
with written requests to usend up more heatn or
'Lput on the cooling systemfl With his cheerful
gobs, Boatswain Doheny looks after the health of
the school by keeping the building clean, providing
a sterile swimming pool and suits and in general
seeing to our physical well being.
Personnel Adjuster, Ph.B., M.A.-U. of C
B A.-U. of lf., Il' .
PEARI, BERGSON, VIRGINIA
BONNER, MAUDE HOGAN
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K -XTIIERIINE O'I.E.XRY. I'l1.R., Loyola.
ROSE COX, ILS., IN. Y. U.: M.E.
Loyola, MARGARET NI. JOHNSON,
R5-.. Dv Paul. DAINA CROWELI., BS.,
ll. MILDRED LINSKEY. BS. De
Paul. CECILIA WELl.S, AA., Lewis
lnsl. XIARGARET COUGIILIN. PILB.,
Dm- Paul. .IOSEPII MILLER. RS.. U.
of I. GUY IIOCC, KS.. MS., U. of I.
ALICE POWER, BS.. U. of C.: INLE.,
Loyola. GEORGE CAMDEN. RS.-Emi.,
No. East Missouri 51:11:11 Nl..-X.. N. Il.
LOUISE McDANlEL, AB., U. of Ind.
IIELEN I.. CULX ER, ILA.. State U. of
Iowa. AGNES DRALLE, Pl1.R., U. of
C. MABEI. LEIIMAN, B.Sc.Ed.g KLA.,
De Paul. FRANCES IIILLMEYER,
Ph.B., U. of C. RUTH THOMPSON,
B.A., Drakl- U. FRANCES NICVEY,
BS.. De- Paul. KATHERYN K.
HOGAN, Pli.B., De Paul. ALICE
LEECII, AB., Drakf- U.: M.A.. Colum-
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l.Pwi9 IHSI. MARIE l'I. INIUDRA, PILB.,
U. of C., ALA., Columlvia. BEATRICE
DUDA, B.A., RS., Lewis Inst., Chicago
VIICHCIIUTSI Collm-go. MARGARET HO-
CAN, Pl1.R., De Paul.
ALICE POWER, BS.. I'. of C., M.E.,
Loyola. BUD FISHER, BLA., HA.,
Slate U. of Iowa. MORRIS STEVEN-
SON. M.A., Loyola. PAFQUALE DI
ORIO, BA., Central Y.M.C.A. College.
GENEVRA GEER, PILB., U. of C.
NEVA DAVIS, Pl'x.B., U. of C. RUTH
BECK, Ph.B., U. of C., M.A., N. U.
CATHERINE MCGRATH, Ph.B., Loy-
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NLE., Loyola. HORACE WYSONG,
AB., Ind., lVI.A., Columbia.
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MARY RIIEITDE. B.A.. M.A., Mar-
quette lt. BERNADETTE HOPKINS,
AJS., Intl. Stalt' Tcacllcrs, College.
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Prague: M..-X., Creighton U. BEAT-
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NUI UI XIIIN 5.
It is a privilege to ex-
tend on these pages our heartiest greet-
ings to all students of Farragut and espe-
cially to those for whom this year is their
last in our High School.
In this volume of the
Log we commemorate the fact that the
school bears the name of David Glasgow
Farragut who not only served his country
as Admiral in the Navy, but who led a life
which holds much of inspiration for all
youthful Americans. He entered the Naval
service at the age of nine, and at the age
of twelve commanded a boat. He continued
to assume responsibilities and rapidly rose
to higher positions.
In our complex life
today we do not enter service at such early
years. It is necessary that we prepare our-
selves more thoroughly because our civil-
ization is more complicated and our indus-
trial processes more involved. We can, how-
ever, display the same desirable traits of
character, emphasizing responsibility, ini-
tiative, and perseverance in our daily
duties. As we do this from day to day we
shall give the best assurance of maintain-
ing those qualities in the future and rend-
ering acceptable service to our country.
It is because the stu-
dents at Farragut have been displaying
these desirable attitudes and encouraging
us by their aims and actions that we are
especially happy to include our greeting
in this volume dedicated to the great
Admiral of the Civil War.
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125A lll First Raw Slastny, lllarovilz, John-
son, Hlava, Gabrovie, Kostal. Sevond Row-Mr.
Balthis, Froula, Vilumis, klllllllall, Kuccra, .la-
necka, Jaskiewiez. Third Row---Yalenta, Klondike,
llofl, Weller, Broz, Holub. Fourth Row- -Phillips,
Krostenko. Goetz, Reltinger. Weinberg. Votava,
212A-IB First Row lllensik, Darrell, Beran,
Kriclievsky, Salava, Finkel, Krusina. Ser-ond Row
-Miss Rbuede, Dominik, Herodes, Srail, Silbavy,
Robinson, Reiss, Komerska, Bm-bring. Third Row
f-Flider, Snobl, Bc-linski, Matejovsky, Celsomini,
Prachar, Kalny, Ruzicka, Felczak. Fourth Row-A
Kubistal, Braun, Kriz, Koontz, Kettenliofen, Stilli-
pec, Vvsselak, Kviah. Brooks.
215A--IB-First Hour- Levin, Newcomb, Wora-
zek, Sebramm, Hodina. Pocllobradsky, Pavlakos.
Second Row-Miss llillemeyer, Miehe, Drew, Saf-
rancek, Hodcs, Cerveny, Albert, llenning, Mus-
Sared, Petranek, Cordon, Dobbertin, Kubice, lllad,
Karamas, Greenwald. Fourth Row-V--Pavlus, Brouk,
Zarat, Keller, Sestak, Holpucll. He-sik, Silver-
223A-IB'--Miss Culver -First Row Lougway,
Marlinec, Gabriel, Wilhelm, Tabor, Slejskal, Cor-
rlejev. Serond Row---Sladivik, Yoldricli. Hofrich-
ter, Novak, llruby, Biros, Knkral, Stary. Third
Row- -Vastlik, Kommer, llnetynka, Elias, Gorss,
Rus, Dvorak, Kmetec, Pearce. Fourth Row V--Vrba,
Kufrin, Fleisleber, Cikanek, Skala, Drlina. Turler,
Martine-11, Kinkfus, Wlelvk, Dunovsky.
305A IB---First Row Pesa, Silk, lllalinu, Kou-
ha, Sigalos, Kesel, Taylor, Iluebuer. Sevond Raw
---Mrs. Cainer. Sulla, Snlillly, Goldman, Zamazal,
Safyer, Vlasicll, Fowler, Yavra. Third Row Kar-
nik, Tourgee, Vrla, Karasiuan, Liska. Pr-Irueha,
Sadlo, Hansen, Solmelle, Missie. Fourth Row A
Musil. Bingaman, Sykura, Canilra, Darmmly. Klei-
don. Miller, Mikeska. Talmr. Novak.
403A-IB-First RlI1U"fill3lllS, Pokurny, Yasek,
Kazda, Masek. Clloclmla, Klm-ka, Rapala. Svrond
Row- -Mrs. Schell, Mariotti, llurejs, ,'21l'iillll, Pop-
elka, Shelper, Macllalek, Cnslellu. Third Row -
Marousek, Sczecll, Talla, Lalnprupulos, Makal,
Kunes, Gustafson, Tulverman. Svulmda. Fonrlh
Row----Popla, Durnbaek, Flick. Carralmtta, Miller,
Krueger, Supol, Slrutz, l,ol1an, Kryslofek.
415A--IB -Firs! Row- -Ylaella, Kraft. Yrelunla,
Wellitch, Killeen, Murphy, Oleiniek, Fox. Serond
Row----Miss Cady, liilllliifl, Mal-ha, Burilaval,
Tischler, Goldman, Barlos, Supsiek. Third Row -
Cap. Trembac, Wojcik, Mlynarski, Pitlik, Lewis,
Anlado, Stejspal, Sebesta, Culilman. Fourth Row
Lonergan, Polkowski, Clock, Olsowske, Knjmlt-
ski, Skolniek, Kalfas, Kalmar. Kopecky, Seliwek.
427A IB ffllr. Yun Bremer Firxl Hou' Kor-
eslko. Lapporle, Pojman, Mysivka. Kaiser. Nlnjzis,
Koulra. Second Row Kuulvenev, Lalal. Yokaty,
l"rani'eItim', Plelielxa, Lauth, Blavin, Antlumy. Third
Row---Wagner, Cliraslka, Zlit'll3lllllx. Rilselle, Hap-
paport. Sclrumaelier, YllI'll'il. Sarrasin. Fllllffll Row
- Kuulny, Krueger, Bizek, Barlugu. Pl'lIl1'4'. Pirlxa,
101A 'lA--Nlr. Arnntl' First Row- Rmfbivki, King, wllllll, lxlilllf, llir:-lnnan, Paxlik. SPWUIHI Raw v
Culian, llurlak. Trvpton, Pom:-r. llwrker, Pmlucll, Maclmlc-lx. Thin! Row- SIH21l'lli, Swlmomla,
lxlLllPlillSlL', Uulmina, Yavlavilx, Yasak. Pm-el, Rlllll. Fourth ROIL' Kruzcl. llvrlugll, Knupp, Wimlsor,
Mills, Hf'ff'HllL'll1l, lloupv. Yana, Rchicck.
102A- -1.-N First Row---Koulmvlg, Malejovsliy, Skarpiak, CvI'i1Ilbt'Q'. Tyli. Dnslal. Nm-nu-my YZ1l'lllll3,
llvrllolml. Sefonri Row--Mr. Sieclvnslrang, Koslncr, l,I'Hl10S, Danvlx. llluc-ky, llansr-n, Rulll, Bencik,
Krizek. Tizirzl Rauf--V-Sliilmlwr, Svlialkuwski, Ralisrllc-Illia:-ll, lxlf'lll'll2ll', Kiss:-, llurr-ni, Rf-hik, llvinz,
103A--IA-First Row Sliwa, Behensky. Ballaglia, Tislcxr, Bfvlliif., Pearson. Swami Row---Mr.
Parkhursl, N1-jerlly, Xitturio, Wiilliay, Bart. Third Row' -Janus. Rudman. Cllilla, Crylmvxski, Packo,
Vrlwl, Seeker. Fourth Row -Hulrla, Rm-no, lllyers, Vlfoodrick, Silwrvin, Pisuya, lwinski, Ilrvlas.
l17B---IA-"ML Sl6V6flSHIl'fFiI'Sf Row Kolauk, Ekl, Sl:-jkal, Lunivh. Nuavk, Larwa, Yanvura,
Klapul. SPFOIIIZ Row---Sullflrl, llorak, Sumosk, I-lolilwli, Lukavll, Exwrt, Koclxa, llm-plum Tlrirri
Row --Tic-hy, Svnbocla, Marko, Langusch, Jarkv, Seckar, Pekarek. Kocliar, Rakosnik. Fozirrlz Row--
Yonfl1'a, Raflvanovsky, Zi-ri-k, Kucvk, Zelenka, Ralias, Phillips. 'flu-isa. Yawra, lllaclik.
2253 IA-l"1'rsI R0wiPalnn-r, Telnplelnaln, St'IIll'llll3lI, ,loin-s. Srnka, Casin-k, Wvulln-r, XvK'i2it'il.
Sevonzl Raw---Miss Linskvy, Morgan, Balilino, Pniir-r, Sli-ginaiin, Froliriep, Y3IltlllCil. Tlzirzf Row -
Ccrny. Yicvk, Frenigcn, llulkslra, Kvlakowski, Svhwager, Stix-he-r. llam-, Lanigan. 130111711 Row --
Baronak, Kovarik, Be-quisilh, Holek, Gabriel, Kaspar, Rislig, Runge, Krnpka.
317A- -1.-X-V-Firsl Row-Svlinltz, Bastyr, llalla, Suma. Kndrnmssky, Burundi, Sinid. Sevnml Row--
Miss Hopkins, Trinka, Schultz, Wilson, Neuman, Witchcr. Pierrily. Third Row'-AFirycl1, Philo-
mc-ne, Wrablik, Sladek, Rilmnicck, Frelivh, Senico, Swartz. Fozzrlh Row--Cuvli, Mass, Couch, Valal.
S1-liultz, Sanlavy, Tcrs. Xesm-ly, llomolka.
323A-ff1fX -Ffrs! Rau' Huvel, Voss, Chou, Pavlovsky, Hjelle, Kular, Yisek. Blliiillli. Serum! Row
-Mr. Hogg, Minvcr, Kostal, Slrop, Bernstein, Dielhasa, Karlera. Ilnnnnel. Third Row--Royston,
Wfesley, Coles, Mikola, Dumalmyl, Wolf, Brda, Pomianc-k, Pashvk. Fmzrth Row-4Koontz, Plocar,
Iloracok, Matson, Pclrovic, Frusblone, Zcleny, Krause, Plnckvlmauni, Ilrncar.
326A- JA- -First Row Seman, Pruliola, Shovkley, Bernard, Forin-ur, Bovvk, Bn-ner, Nusinu,
Petrzilka, Miss Cox, Curin. Laws, Siusarczyk, Shamrock, Sernluicki, Klein, Drew, Novotny. Thin!
R0wfAKllll1Hll'lZ, Sliorkley, Kania, Ruth, Svvtic, Knjawa, Craine, Novolny, Rabansvh. Fourth Rowe
Bovinsky, Martinek. Dunda, Ylastnik, Ycdral, Demkov, Soukup, Narovec.
327B--IA' Mrs. Mahin- -Firsl Row- iliaplan,
llaelmney, Misek, Dorobiola, Scanlon. Second Row
f-Mack, Erickson, Nan Cura, Wojlanek. Third
Row- 7-Nechula, Aguinaga, Goldstein, Eppa, Ca-
4-10A--IA--Mrs. Biro First Row--Kaspar, Ka-
lousek, Slawina, Osrnanskc, Kovar, Schwartz,
Mandelson, Hosticka. SCFUHII Row---Svcjnoha,
Hanzlik, Hellunfl, Pikal, Soukup, Pardubsky,
Dvorak, Manak, Brinklvy, Bloozynski. Third Row
f--Straka, Roylil, Auburn, llamlrava, Brkan, Mara-
cck, Kraus, Winkler, Placek, Kelley. Fourth Row
- -Marlinek, Eoxnier, llusarik, Tysl, Cizf-k, Kipia,
Simana, Lielmerman, Warnick, Kormunda.
4193,-lA--'First Row'-Borucki, Kluczynski,
Dousa, Egeness, Orzvcllmvski, Bison, Tc-sar. Ser-
onrl Row'-Miss Watson, Rejsf-k, Preban, Rivers,
Malflk, B3SIf'I'H.Sll, Morowczynski, Vonora. Third
Row---Cohan, Bitsky, Stalmach, Mobvrg, Prange,
Lachky, Bc-zclek, Mc-Class, Bivek. Fourth Row-W
lVlnaC0k, Slll'liHi'll, Sliclla, Suliicz, Lazarowicz,
Murawske, Brodnim-ki, Kruszyuski, Mac-hura, Lisak.
4-22A-1A-First Row-- Kvacik, l.Olll113l1, Jcdlicka,
Feuclol, Pawluczyk, Palumbo, Smokovich, Zozos.
Second Row-Mr. Mackey, Rojek, Tumpach, Du-
desek, Ondras, Vanek, Arzig, Popek, Sikorski.
Third Row-Semenck, Olsen, Brown, Steininger,
Babka, Cervenka, Czajka, Gurga, Kosar. Fourth
Rouw -Czerwien, Margolis, Rakley, Bonfivld, Ma-
rek, Mittal, Maciejewski, Urzvndowski, Hall.
425.4--1A First Rau' Nezgmia, Kueiila. filen-
ahlik, Neumann, Hansni-r, Zin-liso. Donirvse, Pan-
zer. Seeomi Row Bernard. Slrnlninmi, lirlnan, Filip,
Holub, Hoffman. Xran:-y, Uulik. Ili-jlial, Nr. Cook.
Third Row- Kliepka, Sc-ekar. Bauer, Pujelka,
Divis, Eggers, llaffler, Yvaniata, Garb, Benson,
Peters, inlpae, Knjawia, Si-liek, Williams, Dwnnrese,
Snjak. Parker, Biaha.
428A JA- First Row Olmadai. Yanek. inniiierg,
Mark, Hicks, Skaiak, Juseuieli. Sfwnrnl Row -
Miss Thompson, Hubeny, Caslle. Kirian. llaus-
kneeht, Krapek, Janega, Knez, Barta. Forsyllie.
Thirri Row-Tmnek, Hamer. Kasper, llroilkie-wiez,
Preneil, Schwarz, Kinil. Spaevk. Zi-illiainmm-l.
Fourth Row- Peterson, Jirik, Kruse-c', 'l'0i'ksli'in,
Stashe, Knnysz. Sutryk. Sli-linfvr, P1'iu'ha.
104C--2A"-Firsl Row Lo Pairs, Radike, Lein-
deeker, Bavelz. Beirne, Mraz, Worst. Serum! Row
-W-Mr. Paschke, Wiiller, Kontsky, Ruse, Iiudzin-
ski, Hervert, Bndzinski, Boniinek, Soknl, Klert,
Minarik, Franeetlie, Paste-wski, Klinies. Fourrh
Row-Majer, Banc-ica. Koners, Svreek, Tuniezak,
Havlik, Li-lieeka, Uhiarik.
105B---2B---Kliss Fiynnr- Firsl Row Navy, Pro-
chaska, LeMar, Iironee, Ti-ssmann, Koyar, Znrko,
Boubelik. Serond Row---Kadera, Bnrie, Novak,
Spalenka, Clajeh, Moree, Kasik. Third Row-
Stiblo, Riinsa, Sauer, Pawlak, Kysela, Mijusko-
vieli, Knnel, Hlonsek, Riha, Talak, Leireda, Kndr-
novsky, Penlselir, Conroy, Sawyer, Bartow, Zitek.
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2I3B --f- 2B--First Row-Popelka, Svec, Prucllaska, Wruck, Nlylu, Muncil, Novotny, Coy. Second Row
--Miss Morgan, llakel, Kozlik, Loudell, Svoboda, Slavicek, Knap, Krsak, llansknecht. Third Row-
Bc-yer, lvani-C, Stipek, Mulacek, Johnson, Kasper, Beranek, Saher, Ryva. Fourth RowYBrackman,
Welch, Zwick, Slriska, Kanarik, Fister, Sichrovsky, Schabingvr, Schocnhofvn, Wisniewski.
302B-'IBB--Miss Cada-First Rowillanllicek, Parker, Pavlicek, Husa, Ylcck, Stanck, Swade.
Second Row -Stvrnfvld, Panek, Lasso, Harris, Weiss, Cesal, Slecllla. Third Row--Krapck, Rempert,
Gillian, Motal, Miller, Sekulich, Tischer, We-irauch. Fourlh Row' -Waddell. Svamlwra, llamlwrger,
Burda, Ackerman, Golden, Sinsky, Zraly.
3103--f2BfFir.St ROM7fSCllIlllC?f, Panik, Tvarozek, Florian, Mir-eli, Fink, Boehm, Zeman. Second
Row-Miss Cushing, Kafka, Kartsman, Raggo, Yonilrak, Sykura, This-man, Smejkal, Eckarl. Third
Row-AWorst, Miceli, Fort, Frai, Krusina, Bucek, Stolecki, Swanson. Fourth Row--Kraft, Cosentino,
Navek, llalaska, Javorsky, Dull, Haris, Truhlar, Slade-k.
3238-ZBA-First Row-Delllc, Ilirsh, Finkelstein, Zajicek, Spali-nka, Forbes, Honsa, l.askey.Seron1l
Rows--Miss Wells, Kupka, Kanofsky, Meyer, Kirchoff, Jawurek, France, Pieshcs. Third Row-
Schullz, Krnf-ger, Davis, Zivlke, Vilous, Matlws, Morgal, Jensen, lNlvMahon. Fourth Row-Tyser,
Housuk, Kisln-l, Friedman, Nagel, Svharrf-r, Tosky, Branligaln, lloralvk.
4278- IIB Xli., Lanmlon First Rnu' Svfla. Rejmk, Sr-ynlour, Novak. Soukup, llrovlwtl, Holm-0.
Sevvnd Row l'eL'l., Bnrofak. Hales, Nlaska, Brczina, Fiala, Smith. Thirzl Rou' --Wvrlik, Prazak,
Margly, Manslir-lrl, Supinski, Kl't'Hlskt', Zalmvsky. Fourth Row- Nlangus. Bs-irgla, lfmsscr, Yastlik,
Yolm-vk, llarlt. Le-nclzion.
l05CA2A-V-Vfllr. Pvacovk' Firsl Huw Yt'l'lIlQ2,'1'l', Bn-nnan. Jasvlski, Zvman. Nl2ll'llHlQ'li, Bvam. Orsali,
Kryl. Svronrl Rnu' ljlY0llli3, fllalmlmrg, Calla, llaswa, Domino. Calla. Te-llln-tts. Spavvk. Third Raw
---llc:-k, Kaspare-lx. Sann, Yasivky, His, Flulll, Pavinrka, Yvlvlma. Kamlva. Fnurlh Row Sllulak,
l.aPoint. Fiala, Wm-iss. Pmllxarmlsky, l,ikas, Prusinski. Kuvvra, Ze-lina. Hunk.
11515 ZA Nlr. Blounl lfirxl Row Knulvk, Kiral, Slaclvk, Hojvk, Svanrara, S1'lIllllZ. llzmll. Svmrzfl
Raw- Smsa. Ruth, Kills, Nlartykan, Vanvk, Naval. llvvlllvl. Zajicelx.
ll9B-- LZA' -Nlr. ,lofi Firsr Run'--Brlwl, Tvzak, Kalny, Starosta. Papp. Paja, Kaspar. Yanmlun.
Burkv, Cuvaomiak. 591111111 Rau" Burzynski, Sasvk, tlllliilllf, Daly, Kaspvrski, l,au1plul, Koran,
Huvsaral. Slwl. l.a1'Ilmmi4'z.
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222C4-2A---Mrs. Mills-f-First Row-Mednansky,
Prchal, Lulich, Geiger, Smith, Neruda, Miller.
Second Row-Pitlik, Mincer, Lisy, Koulaxes, Sed-
lacek, Janacek. Third Row-Sladek, Oestreicher,
Pernecki, Frederick, De Cries, Novak, Long.
Fourth Row--e-Cech, Havlik, Hinds, Prachar, Sob-
kowiak, Corga, Strachota.
229B--2A-First Row-Malina, Beranek, Harri-
son, Radeck, llallis, Jes, Samocki, Svoboda. Sec-
ond RowvvMrs. Lehman, Slak, Rieger, Herda,
Jerka, Fontany, Rasich, Ptacek. Third Row-Hej-
na, Kovanda, Koppel, Lambersky, Sosfia, Wolin-
ski, Skibicki, Nowicki, Lauber. Fourth Row-
Fisher, Danylciw, Lach, Breda, Sedorg, Buziuk,
Stawarz, Lesick, Tomaszewski.
304-C-2A-Mrs. Liska-Panek, Paust, Wiltes,
Miczuga, Burch, Richer, Kase, Martinjak. Second
Row-Stroller, Chejlava, Marsh, Preminger, Re-
bout, Shea, Janovsky, Narovec, Levine, Theisen.
Third RowgSlocel, Koudelk, Majelko, Ronald,
Brennan, Deil, Marquardt, Slraka, Skowronek.
Fourth Row-Janacek, Pancner, Kriesberg, Janda,
Toms, Hitzeman, Peters, Kolin, Johnson, Kaiser.
322B-2A-First Row4Gizewski, Nailen, Vlk,
Konecy, Pribyl, Basterash, Gengel, Krysiak, Kap-
sa. Second Row-Miss Meehan, Mazer, Bienick,
Hardt, Wieza, Koranek, Slernisha, Kazda, Doerr.
Third Row-QCzerwien, McDowell, Dawiec, Peca,
Sink, Musil, Gambo, Latos, Fencka, Jaworski,
Greenman. Fourth RowARichter, Pycuir, Fuka,
Kokaisl, Cernansky, Kadlec, Nunzio, Wolski,
Shibla, Kerer, Lohrentz.
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323C -2A First Row Unis-kannc, Mvllanivl,
Simvk, Krafka, Miller, Krnpka, jircr, Brmlnicki.
Semml Raw---Miss Crowvll, Kink, Hour, Allard,
Slarlek, Tarala, Kratovlivil. Skorepa, lllansfis-lrl.
Peterson. Third Row Cs-rvenka, Zt'llll'lli, Meli-
cliar, Novak, Klouser, Millvr, Mc-lkus, Ze-nian, Gin-
clrig. Fourth Raw Dvorak. llalinski, Ye-ssc-ls.
Colin, Lacllkv. Nvlsun, lluruga, Kovurik. hunk.
4-ITB 2A First Row Pilrv, Castle-, Rumlv, Bol-
lurlf, Denwmul, Knvhla, Wivlwr. Sf'r'or111 Row -
Miss Cllllgllllfl, Zaryvzny, Krvjva, Yivik, Prnsa,
Drska, Brain-v, Twarug, Hvnnovk, Ruth. Thirrl
Row- Clmlmt, Prilmyl, Strnacl, Janecek, Kmlaile-k.
Miller, Mikulaslik, llorn, Colflslvin. Turvk.
Fourth Row Daugirmla, Barlos, Kozina, Kral,
Pe-trailis, Dinga, Lisak, McCarthy. Costs-lln,
4-25B QA- l,npav, Elcnitz. Froka, lil:-, llarcal,
Prochaska. Pasternak, Pavlnvic. Svvoml Row Mr.
Bunting, Yaguniv, Spacil, Mangus, lllilllltilltl, Nan-
dico, Meisner, Yaclavek, Bohav. Third Row -Zilm,
Robak. Hritz, Vondrasvk, llolnbc-k, Kurlvli. Wi!-
kowski, llxorak, Cernak, Youngvr. Fourth Row -
Sinknler, Me-rmann, Unilvrka. Nlvyvr, Molll,
Moore, Kulmik, Musil, llagvn, Zi:-Ike.
4263- ZA- First Row--Knlwrna, Kolrilca. Foltz.
Skin-ll, Niklian, Oslick, Trislano, lilrlnul, Baluinvv.
Sevorzzi Row---Miss 1tPt'l'll. Yau-k. Mas:-lko. Zap-
vovarsky, Svolmorla, Mlllarvk, Bavllan, Tmnsliin.
Third Row Malirmwski, Vnkovic, Fagnlvv, Rud-
man, Skorm-pa, Zima, Re-gal, llosticka. Rm-sekv.
Fourth Row Talnnan. Zack, Km-iv, Sinner.
Clironst, Rlllllilllll, Bniilosilc. Drasal, Novak.
1 W ,Q f n' 1 'Nil
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210C-3B-First Row-Weiner, Keller, Gilclen, Jenicek, Hornieek, Stajenka, Cerny, Lindberg
Second Row-Mr. Wysong, Kremske, Hrodey, Bannes, Bisio, Blastik, Linhart. Third Row-
O'Brien, Kipta, Horky, Semik, Kopecky, Wessel, Drozd. Fourth Row-Turinsky, Shay, Svec, Hon
olka, Kalina, Kusic, Dinse, Hoffman, Holman.
212C----3B-fMr. Swanson -First Row---Purcell, Peters, Burman, Gelsomini, Kacena, Pesa, Walte
Second Row-Vlasich, Miljlski, Zwetow, Jonas, Klotz, Mares, White, Koncal, Cox. Third Row-
King, Palumbo, Stastny, Banker, Saurin, Miller, Jarolimek, Novak, Ruzicka, Zizos. Fourth Row-
Svetic, Crystal, Sejnost, Vesely, Felix, Walczak, Kocek, Krueger, Boueek, Rousek.
228C-3B-First RowYSolnar, Ciger, Hovorka, Nowicki, Riha, Novak, Donda, Dolejs. Second Ros
-Mr. DiOrio, Selirein, Jukor, Becker, Ponshe, Masa, Stevens, Koslner, Hradsky, Bernie. Third R01
-Stejspal, Halacek, Bowden, Mardvitz, Esralew, Bartnik, Mitchell, Kamis, Koulxa. Fourth Row-
Frana, Kratoska, Wolf, Kilens, Himmel, Sedey, Mulacek, Miller, Taber, Weinberg, Smetana.
319C-3Bf-First Row-Soukup, Noha, Maurin, Honda, Pivotla, Rokusek, Latkovic. Second RowA
Nohen, Valenta, Broz, Korbel, Hamm, Pokorney, Liska, Miss Duda. Third Row-Dlouda, Bayli:
Zasteran, Maliehek, Milcezny, Kratoehvil, Mikes, Chodora, Zastera. Fourth Row--Kleidon, Bai
tunek, Higgie, Konopasek, Leher, Rude, Tauchen, Miller, Novak, Langer.
Pugz' Tu wily-aight
22C-3B-First Row-Marcus, Soululp, Choc, Janecka, Dvoracvk, Karel, Kmen, Janfla, Buclilm-
y. Scromi Row-f Miss McDaniel, Welnak, Talach, Kozcl, Horak. Simek, Pawlek, Ylnllllllllii, Nov-
ek. Third Row---Rozhon, Olsen, Carrabolla, llaupt, Vacdvsky, Lauth, Miller, Pnsateri, Balwlvin,
'agn0r. Fourth Row--Karagvorgu, IIOHIIIBII, Saul, Weiner, Ward, llolan, Svobocla, Kouha, Tropton,
9C-3B--First R01U+ll3llJf'flll, Gorup, Masek, Someroff, Balaty, Zika, Zils-nf-k, Woeltje. Swami
Jw-Mr. Camden, Gasparik, llanus, Bauer, Hofrichter, Pvlranek, Cole-s, Mc-liall. Thirri Row--Pima,
'anvP, Rada, Botlliolv. Sliaff. Paiskcr, Mielke, B. Pipvroff, li. Pipvroff. Fourlh Row-Prvlnar,
anak, Linhart, Panosll, Misek, Milan, Dvorak, Johnson, Beimal.
TD-3A-Miss McCrall1--First Row--Shelpur, Mickalak, Kmovh. Yalvorla, Lalin, Pilny, Sfllllillp.
axslra. Svforzrl Row Kunvalinka, Oul, Kastnf-r, Malesovsky, D1-itz, Alnramsson, Janata. Stanf-k.
akacvk. Third Row--Nusck. Kovalsky, Laycock, Vessels, Wcvnclrascfk, Sf-mme-lman, Slavliowiak,
was, Lisak, Nt'Zg0flH. l"our!h RUM!--Zt'lll2illUli, RlllltfIl5lL'iIl, Blaa, Wvslpllal, My:-rs, Hicill, Suvlly,
OD---3Af-First Row - Krsak, Arlalns, Pavi-14-liik, Bunlv, SlZ1L'llUWl8li. Slipe-lx, Bore-li. SUVOIIII Raw4
iss Milcllvll, Cf-rmak. Kamholz, Baumann, Frank, Liss, Nil-man. Freitag. Krwjca. Thirrl Rows
hwerin, Kukiz-lski, Winlvr, Zif-linski, llavr-l, Pospichal, Borlick. Sarznla, Palo. Fourlh Raw-f
osnivli, llornik. Kaspar, Alf-sh, Polivka, Bc-lokon, Lavaty, Yisotrky. Kluvxynski.
NX 0 x
222D 3A---Miss McVey'-First Row--Kuja, Cho-
chola, Vesely, Targos, Krob, Hirsch. Second Row
-lic-rhold, Vranek, Grudnik, Prchal, Nedved,
Oster. Third Row--Cihal, Sagal, Jiranek, Cerbin,
Blazek, Gillman, Gronkiewicz. Fourth Row' -Divis,
Krejsa, Vasicek, Kamha, Troher, Simonec, Schwa-
229C 3A-First Row' Klier, Wolny, Kaiser,
Hickok, Koson, Tumpaeh, Hruska, Becklin. Sec-
ond Row--Miss Power, Karpiel, Simek, Ken,
Musur, Nemec, Hercik, Malyszko, Kroll. Third
Row-V-Kveton, Kyznar, Conopa, Choutka, Bro-
volny, Johnson, Sierocinski, Borosak, Domino.
Fourth Row -Meyer, Nouzak, Beran, Pipek, Dud-
uzyk. Kilts, Ducla, Filip, Borosak, Pechan, Bere-
303C---3A4First Row-Stachniak, Born, Novak,
Buhen, Moyzis, Miller, Skorepa. Second ROWA
Miss Benson, Huebner, Unruh, Hayes, Malek,
llock, Cohen, llorak. Third Row- -Kozak, Sehesta,
llyhl, Voska, Miller, Mahr, Marchwick, Gardner.
l"ou,rtl1 Row--Basner, Husak, Fontany, Slominski,
W'ojviechowski, Svelec, Engelmann, Oulehla.
325C-f-3A-Miss Bonner-First Row--7-Diener,
Bartoszek, Simon, Slosar, lloltzman, Filip, Wood-
rich. Serond Row-Palucki, Marquardt, Richter,
Minarik, Kratky, Reinhart, Westphal, Culczynski.
Third Row-Cillian, Dudesek, Rahauseh, Ouper,
Kummer, Vodraska, Mitchell, Mares. Fourth Row
-Ander, Airhart, Musij, Wisniewski, Philipp,
Klom-ek, Nowicki, Pitre.
326C+3A-Miss Johnson' Firs! Row'-Struhing,
Petran, Berg, Bottarff, Smazik, Cwik, Petran,
Beranek. Semnd Row--Besterfeldt, Iloynacki,
Eichstedt, Genske, Kratky, Rus, Yendroeha,
Michal. Third Row-'Maslo, Hurlilovsky, Starek,
Yrhei, Misok, Miller, Chmiele, Zajieek, Novak,
Siek. Fourth ROW---K0fli8Sil, llralnal, Masek, Se-
kulich, Hensen, Kacer, Hog, Cekal, Simik, Stevens.
fl-02D-3AY-First Row' Zwick, Nanda, Mrmz,
Straka, Miss Marsh, Krieg, Hude-ook. Sevmzd Row
---Wanner, Simon, Schuetller, Sima, Mara-sh, La-
hedz, Miller. Third Row-Zirnba, Geruais, Rada,
Ross, Prindiville, Kotora, Casey, Zu:-hsow. Fourth
Row-Manske, Schmidt, Renkiewivz, Hocketl,
Hnddy, Dohnal, Novak, Kuchar.
4-20C-3A-Miss Ehrenwerth-V-'Firm K n w '-Ro-
gala, Maslowski, Ohnstin, Vobrnba, Plys, Kava-
naugh, Schlicht, Rice. Semnn' How 7 Martinek
Tichy, Kello, Kosinar, Ryva, Corner, Netolicky.
Third Row-Sus, Tefo, Chervenak, Suddie, Kraus,
Tony, Suk, Junek. Fourth Raw l.avko, Losos,
Kubat, Michna, Landbcrg, Nowak, Dulik, Swan-
4-21C -3A--First Row--Kvasa, Mrfforrnavk, Bat-
taglia, Naybar, Burke, Beiger, Prihyl, Blaha. Sec-
ond Row-Miss Dunn, Zettek, Massa, Peter, Otra-
lek, Snltwiseh, Miller, Turner. Third Row Davis,
Kadziela, Michalec, Haase, Cerny, Cizek, Mik-
satka. Fourih Row--Coulson, Bacleaux, Louzen-
sky, Onrlracek, Zelenka, Mcmadii:-ry, Ruzak, Bur-
esh, Wlezen, Jermakowicz.
226D-AB-V Firsl Row D. Mase-k, Xlu-k, lluir-xxsku, km-rim, krmlu, Nanuk, Marinuvsky. Serial
Raw---Mrs. Davis, w't'SllYIl, Mikrul, Sm-tllark, Luukulu, P. Mus:-k, Simcik. Tllirri Ruzu--"l'isc'hls
N:l'llN'L'K'lx, Spark, Sticha, Ta-sar, Thulnas, Klirzpvra, lisnvr. Ifuzzrllz Row- Polokar, kosos, Karvl, Link
VVinklc1', Kaslnn-r, Krupc-r, Polak, Yonqlra.
301D--ALI? fl"irsl Row Prusa, Ile-nzlik, Frirsm-h, Kuxa. Kociara, lfsclxwc-gr: Miller. Scronrl Row
Nlr. Duskin, Lains, Muzika, Skrixan. Prazak, zhrxllwrllflc-1', Vwlxif-n. Thin! Row -Ilunlvr, Kruse
kalrak, Allie-rt, Fivbf'l'gL, Kolynvk, Slrnacl, Piku. Funrllz R1PlL"f'3l3L'llll, Ylm-k, IJUIIIIICI. Drazi
SL-qnc-ns, Fara, Hula, Brenton.
40113-2143-V--Nlr. Cazlwrtsfeldcr--First Row' fflilsroanl. Furmiar, Musvs, Clickauf, Cree-rlwulml. Arm
Serum! Row 'XVlll'llIlil'Z, Lnvlnnan, Hnvk, Killhoff. Skulina, Blfblllllfitqll. Pavunuwski. Thirii Rvw-
Yan Zyl, Nalla, Kupka, Svclic, Pluvhy, Taylor, lXfwluil'k. Fnzirlli Rau' llvnningr. C0lIll!iS, lfxyilu
ski, Hllllrocky, Zajiwk. Zormlani, Basla.
4051-Ji4+BW Firsl Row Nevlcr, Krbc-r, Nlilqlllliflllllx, Buika, Ilolda. Noss, Dunias. Svrmnl Kon' --Mi
Hogan, Pavlin, Bill-k, Ze-holen, Pre,-ish-1', Nenlemze-k, Klir, Lavrenrlf-r. Third' Row-V-Filip, Kotovsk
Kadlcc, Martincc, Ralnvr, MCDOWA-ll, Magffl, Sas:-k. lsllllffh Row- -Simons, Hatrinski, Szymansl
Rountry, Chalko, Lass-ck, Szfhillne, Ryan, Kupka.
412D-4B--First Row----Xojtisek, Slark, xIlk0Vi1'll, Pm-xa, Cibnlka, C1-sal, Rada. Svroml Row-M
Mican, Parker, Moravec, Knablcin, Kubista, Tc-sar, Ze-If-k, Sovis. Thirrl Row -Jacklin, Wagne
Paloncek, Arbanas, Pfvifffzr, Klos, Uhcnrauch, Markup, Kesslc-r. Fourth Rflllfufxv. Ccsslm-r, Ja
kowske. Patrk, Bocinsky, Dulla, Uldrych, Sebek, H. Gmslf-r.
I HICIJ CROSS GIRLS NIAKIC ,X BHD. 2 fllli-NIAN. 3 S'I'ANI,FIY IQN'I'ICR'1'AINS IIIS
NXIC Ol R XOIIIICS RAISIC. 9'---'1'l'INII3I.Ii OI Tl I0 NN I-HI.5IIIIzS.
NIONIICNTS 'VND I2 SICRIOITS.
IJIYISION. I SNXI' SIIOOTICR SIIO'I'. 5' I,O.XIlIXG I'I'. 6 IIICIIIC I COMIC. 7 :mel 8 -MAY
II- IN IIIS I,ICII'I'I'fIi
Sept. 3-I rolled out of bed and couldn't find my
books after a two months' vacation.
Sept. 27--I still can't figure out how Tarbell did
some of those tricks.
Sept. 28-The Admirals battled with the Hornets
but didn't get stung, We won 12 to 7.
Oct. 1-3-Freshmen are off to an early start as
honorary members of the Student Guidance at
the first Freshman Program.
Oct. 4FI'm bubbling over with school spirit after
that inspiring Band Program.
Oct. 9-What a rush to get into new clubs today.
Five were filled before I got there.
Oct. 10-Pm more mixed up than ever. Those voca-
tional films make all work seem so thrilling.
Oct. 24-Four more outstanding people received
recognition by being elected ofiicers of the
Oct. 29-The whole Fall Festival was ust too-too-
but l especially enjoyed '6All the Things You Area'
by the Melodists.
Oct. 31-Cats and witches spells Hallowelen around
these here parts.
Nov. 7-fSam Campbell can make me believe that l
even like skunks.
Nov.11-,Snow school. The roller skakting party
tonight proved economical as the great wind blew
the kids all over.
Nov. 14--I'll never forget Sumayeh Attejeh the
Syrian lecturer and her joke about preservingg
"Cod Bless me and can mef'
Nov. 19-Mom and Dad are coming to school to-
night for Parents Night. I hope my Division
teacher isn't around.
Nov. 21-Thanksgiving: I've got one thing to be
thankful forg a four day weekend.
Nov. 22-Yum! Yum! we had turkey yesterday,
but Oh! my tummy.
Nov. 25-The 4B Primary elections eliminated some
of the aspiring office seekers. l hope the best
Nov. 26--Extra! Extra! 4B Election Results!!
Nov. 29-Beautiful girlsg stunning creationsg an-
other Style Show.
Dec.25-Let's give a Yea Santa! a Yea Santa!
Seven Rahs and a Yea Santa!
Jan. 9-Time out for a few laughs. Went to see the
Senior Play '4Elmer."
,lan.10-The National Honor Society held its an-
nual initiation 7th and 8th periods. fWe had to
state this formally because it was a very solemn
Jan. 15-lt was suggested we start the diary today.
Jan. 28-George Zuk and ,lack Swik rode to school
today on their little red sleds, Oh Well! they
saved seven cents.
Jan. 29-"Sniff, Sniff,', it all came to an end too
Feb. 12fVladimir Krajcewczkewski is willing to
settle for a shorter name if they'll declare a holi-
day on his birthday.
Feb. 14?-All the girls wept when Major Davis left
for an Army position at Puerto Rico fand he was
so nice! .
Feb. 22fWashil1gtor1's a fine onefhaving his birth-
day come on a Saturday.
Feb. 28-B.A.A.! B.A.A.! Begun for "Black Sheepf'
Mar. 13-Joe Rahn promenades around school
ardently gazing at his proofs singing, "You Look
Good to Mef,
Mar. I4+Mr. Stevenson suggests installing frosted
glass in all doors.
Mar. 27fSo1nething different! One woman hater
and fifteen girls in the Senior Play Cast.
April I-Our diary still isn't started.
April 141-1-2-3-4. Thatis me getting fit for the
April 22--College Day! Gosh! How I wish I could
be a Texas Aggie. Was the representative ever
April 28-I can't come down to earth yet. I met
the most wonderful fellow at the Roller Skating
Party last night.
May 7-All the secrets are out now. Gap and Gown
May 21-I'm still trying to figure it out. All the 41B
officers are boys.
May 28-It's funny so many Seniors are bow-legged
and canit sit down in their classes when all they
were supposed to do was watch the R.O.T.C.
May 29-Third marking period today. Summer
School receives a number of prospective grad-
May 30-Freshman Percival Vander Horn believes
they hang out the flags today because it's his
June 6-National Honor Society Initiation. It would
have to come seventh period when I have Civics.
June 12-I saw all my old Pals at the Alumni Tea
sponsored by the Student Guidance.
June 14'-The Day of all days. The PROM.
June 25-A class of 324, the largest in the history
of Farragut, left tonight. My, but the school will
4 fy b
look empty. I bet they'll miss us.
WILLI G IIAN Will!
America has need of all
Those that wield the ham-
n1er, saw or guide the machine in the shops, or
shape the clay on potter's wheel.
Those sensitive lingers
that bring music, the universal language, to trou-
The hands that move the
pen may prove mightier than the Sword.
Those that perform the
simple everyday jobs of cooking, dishwashing or
The artist's hands, creat-
ing heauty for others to enjoy.
All these are encouraged
at Farragut to express themselves in the successful
practice of democracy.
1.'4Hands that the rod of empire might have
swayid. As waked to ectasy the living lyref'
4- 5 6
. Q f
7 8 9
2. 'iThe time demands strong minds, great hearts,
true faith and willing handsf,
3. "Would shake hands with a king upon a throne."
4. Hln our own honest heart and chainless hands."
5.'4Let not thy left hand know what thy right
6.Wllhe hand that rocks the eradle is the hand
that rules the worldf,
7. 'gShe hath a fear for pity and a hand open as
day for meeting eharityf,
8. "Many hands make light workf'
9."Stretr-h forth your open hands and while ve
live, Take all the gifts that Death and Life may
IO. g'Fine art is that in which the head, the heart
and the hand go togetherf,
ll. '6And still adore the hand that gives the blow."
12."Whatsoever thy hand findetll to do, do it with
10 ll 12
,f , 1
:VT - -
"I corzsider it cz great mlvanlagc
In 01Il'l1l'II 4-mnnuzml young llllllfllg observed as a gemfral thing that
persons who FUIIH' illl0 aullzorily Iale in life shrink from rvsp0ns1'b1'11'ty,
nflrn fnrcfnlf IIOIVII lllIl!Fl' ils Il'6'I.gl1f.,.
THEY LL SER
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The Farragut Concert Band is composed of
ninety industrious, talented, and hard-working students, who meet each day under the
expert baton wielding of Mr. Marcel Ackermann. The majority of the players had no
previous music instruction before entering Farragut.
Band members are not required to own an
instrument as the school furnishes them to those interested. The average student spends
one semester in a beginners, class, one semester in the Cadet Band and then is ready
for the Concert Band.
The band plays for various assemblies,
community events, and for the football games. It takes part in city and national con-
tests, and recently received a superior rating in the Chicago High School Band Contest.
Opportunity for travel is offered to the
members of the band whenever the time for the National Band Contest comes around.
These contests are held annually in dillerent cities and states.
Our band also furnishes the snappy music
for the Spring and Fall Festivals. After each performance, the Band establishes more
firmly its record for consistently line music.
MA RCEI. A CKERMAN N, DIRECTOR
QT BAND+First Row--Fremgen,
Semenek, Hlarlik, Hurtak, Ben-
Kuchta, Urban. Second Row!
a, Blavin, Manak, Tichy, Visek,
ey, Soukop, Rebicki, Vlastnik,
0, Marlinck, Pashek, Albert. Third
-Demcov, Krause, Fornear, Rap-
t, Yomlra, Bollac, Witcber, Albert,
n, Stary, Greenwald, llirscll, No-
Pvarce, Labor, Kamis, Mills. Cil-
Koslal. Fourllz Rowf- Staflnik,
rn. Papp, Longway, Novy. Ray-
, Frusolone, Freclhoff, Brown,
IAGUT MELODISTS --First Row
-ritz, lantz, Weller, McCormack,
vki, Krafka, Pilny. Second Row!
ny, llrarlsky, Dvorak, Parmlnbsky,
ley, Kamholz, Krejca, Krbec,
. Third Row,-f-Jiruc, Nemecek,
well, Tcbbfftls, Potokar, Caba,
Soukup. Fourth Row--Ramer,
Kelley, Kasparvk, Cizok, Hu-
Rlls, Mvlivllar, Bile-k, Zvtck.
SYLVAN D. WARD, DIRECTOR
FlHSlll . . . Wesley Hradek, Concertmasterg Jerome
vanek, Principal, Ralph Ilarla, Jerry Kubicka, Agnes Krupka, John Mil-
Walter Santi, Richard Sequens, Mildred Zika, Miriam Novalicw, Joseph Ka
Milan Svambera, Nunzio Avanzo, Yladmir Straka, Anthony Ruth.
SECflND . . . Helen Jirec, Principalg Alice Kr
Robert Drtina, Donald Worst, Olga Fontany, Lorraine Nowieki, Martha ly
Georgiana Balaty, Helen Hadrava, Mildred Musil, Joseph Osmanski,
Hradsky, Ervin Perina, Arthur Hellund, Rudolph Dulik, Richard Siehro
Mary Baker, Edward Jedlicka, Joseph Yoldrich, Eleanor Vlastlik, Vera
VICJJAAS . . . Frank Paloueek, Principal, Robert King, Frank Sy
Betty Pieshes, Blanche Winkler, Allen Hostieka, Nada Brinkley, Ray!
. . . Janet Melichar, Principalg Frieda Jantz, Marion Tebl
Leta Spira, Georgiana Kasparek, Helen Caba, Marie Skrivan, Cera
Simana, Elaine Mundil, Gloria Kelley, Lillian Dvorak, Estelle Husarik, G
. . . Louise France, Principalg Walter N
Richard Philipp, Georgiana Tyser, Ervin Gulczynski, Joseph Votooek, ,
l4lllUlllES . . . Rohert Melichar, Marie Krajcovic.
URGES . . . Robert vacker, Riehard KHSPKT.
. . . Dorothy Dunovsky, Dorothy Sehrein.
CIQARINETS . . . Richard Pokorny, Eugene Kubat, Frank Brat,
. . . Gloria Vaeek, Rose Benda, Pearl H:
. . . Norton Hinunel, Charles Kolar, Robert Lach
llllil . . . Lee Uldrych, Lillian Prohal, Dolores Kulmie
. . . llenry Yoska, Ruth Prehal, Adrianna H
. . . Joseph Skel.
..., lerr3 Prilnyl, Albert Jenik, Willialii He
The Farragut Concert Orchestra is
composed of 75 diligent students who take a keen and actixe interest
in their music. Not only have these people won for Farragut seven
first-place ratings in the annual City contest, but a high percentage
of them maintain honor standing in their school work.
One of the most popular at-tix ities
at Farragut, the orchestra is growing steadily. This is evidenced by
the fact that the orchestra now has 85 members in its string depart-
ment alone ftotal of regulars, intermediates, and beginnersl, com-
pared to 20, only four years ago. This yearis crop of beginners is
the largest in the orchestra's history.
Anyone interested in playing an
instrument is invited to see Mr. Ward, director, about joining the
beginners, classes. Instruction and string instruments are furnished
by the school to those showing abliity.
The Intermediate orchestra has
played on several programs, appearing at special assemblies and
P.T.A. programs, while the Concert Orchestra furnishes music for
a large variety of programs. The latter participates in the Spring and
Fall Festivals, and community programs. lts series of programs at
the various neighborhood grade schools enables the younger child:cn
to become familiar with good music.
This year we have had the privi-
lege of hearing our own string quartet, composed of Wesley Hradek,
lst violin, Jerome Krivanek, 2nd violin, Frank Paloucek, viola, and
Janet Melichar, cello.
An interesting auxiliary of our
orchestra is the Melodists, a group of girls trained to sing with
. . . Richard Pokorny, Eugene Kubat, George Fuka,
Henry Martin, Earl Rayspis, Evelyn Kratky, Willard Holman, Victor Husak,
Eleanore Jurca, Richard Pitlik, Lorraine Buschauer, Glenn Mroch, Dorothy
Hamm, Charles Kukla, Robert Sagal, Lorraine Hovorka, George Lamhersky,
Mary Zorko, Alice Veringer, Florence Svohoda, Bennie Stoller, Norman Novak,
Bernard Le Mar, George Gambini, Robert Straka.
. . . Marie Krajcovie, Robert Melichar, Vincent Trunda,
Evelyn Milcesny, Dorothy Lachky, Eleanor Hurtak, Adeline Kaplan, June
. . . Robert Vacker, Richard Kasper, Angela Hjelte.
. . . Dorothy Dunovsky, Dorothy Schrein, James Straka.
. . . Leo McMahon, Charles Havel, Ronald
. . . Frank Brahek, Margery De Gries.
. . . Gloria Vacek, Rose Benda, Pearl Havlik,
Jane Vacek, Evelyn Hosticka, Vivian Rogala, .lack Sternfeld.
. . . Henry Voska, Otto Nagl, Ruth Prchal, Adriana Hanus,
Robert Kadera, Milton Dulik.
. . . Norton Himmel, Charles Kolar, Rudolph Zemanek,
Joseph Lachky, Adolph Zeman, Dolores Zink, James Blaa, Lyle LaPoint.
. . . Norman Wagner, Louis Petrasek.
. . . Rudolph Stauber, George Kouha.
TROMBONES . . . Lee Uldrych, Lillian Prchal, Glenn Krueger,
Dolores Kuhik, Alice Oslik, Charlotte Broz, Helen Hruska, Dolores Pitlik.
. . . Robert Mraz, Warren Sackhoff, Eugene Hocket
Clarence Paciorka, George Rousek. 4 T
. . . Joseph Plaehy, Joseph Skel, Richard Mitz, Alfred Great-
house, Julius Levin.
.... A llmert Jenck, Jerry Prybl, William Hensen,
BOYS' CHORUS--SIXTH HOUR
-flfirst Rowfliozellih, Kubista,
Kozak, Cermak, Carrabotta, Lay-
cock, Drnek, Charboni, Davis, Ves-
sels, Muzika, Chott, Kessler. Sec-
ond Row-- Masek, Dantino, Polak,
Losos, Kraus, Filip, Johnson,
Kutchan, Krejs, Jiranek. Third
Row -- Simik, Donarski, Thoele,
Karel, Moorehouse, Lavaty, Suchy,
Basta, Held, Hornik, Oulehla,
Winkler. Fourth Row-Slominski,
Shayatovich, Fara, Divis, Riedl,
Maloney. Pcvitts, Wojciechowski,
Polivka, F-nstck, Ducla.
BOYS, CIIORYS -- EICHTH
Bloomheld, Chicla, Yaoousky, Ban-
ncs, Blastic, Prazak, Rose, Arm-
lrrustcr, Marchwiek, llavcl. Second
Row -- Miller, Znclisow, Mitchell,
Kratoska, Karageorge, Manak, Kyz-
nar, Uhlarik, Pfeiffer, Stevens,
Rinkiewiez. Third Row-Hofrich-
tek, Suk, Konopasek, Chervenak,
Lavko, Cekat, Behensky, Brenton,
Felix, Plosnich, Doroga. Fourth
Row-Kutlrnovsky, Dvorak, Kasel,
Dulla, Belokon, Donmel, Epps,
Sekulich, Masek. Ward, Misek,
B 0 Y S '
If you happen to be Walking along the fi
floor any day during the sixth or eighth periods and you hear the sound of lIl2lSf'l1ll
voices coming out of the deep for what we call the first floor at Farragutl yor
know that the Boys, Chorus is blending their 103 voices together in song.
Growing steadily in membership the Bo
Chorus in its seventh year is under the sponsorship of Mr. George Arnott tl
semester, while Miss Marie Johnson is on her sabbatical leave. Twice each year I
boys assist at both Spring and Fall Festivals. They also perform at the Annl
Chorus Contest and at various school prograins.
Negro spirituals are tops with all the me
bers but Latin songs run a close second.
Outstanding members of this organizati
are Ray Muzicka, William Kozeluh, Richard Moorehouse, Raxmond Kasel. Nathan
Fipps and Richard Divis. i
Vivian Rogala has faithfully served
pianist in all programs in which they have participated.
6TH PERioD CuoRUs:
President ........ .... R ichard Divis Treasurer. . . . . .Erwin Kozet
Vice-President ........ Nathaniel Epps Secretary. . . .... John Malo:
STH PERIOD Cnomisz
President ............ Raymond Kasel Treasurer. . . ...... . .Ronald DL
Vice-President ..... George Armbruster Secretary. . . . . .Richard Moorehoa
IRIS llI.IiI'1 CLUB- SENIOR I
First Row 7- Novak, Danvk,
ewa, Kralovvc, Wvitvr. Kroslak,
lkasik. SUFUIIII Hou' Miss Ifhren-
lrth, Yah-s, Sawyvr. Kat'zrna1'vyk,
'IIIIIZIIIIL Rogala, Slit-Iley, Kosar.
iirzl Row -Wojt-ik, Pavt-IQ, Pilny,
P, fNIartinox'sIq', Sonknp, Sonknp,
liz:-. Fvzirtlz Row- -Stvrhisha,
tok. Inipav. Mvlkiis. Gratclincr,
ansfivhl, Wiojtisvk, Rys, Ylcek.
fllz Raw Plys. Langt-r, Sakowivz,
clianf-k. Moore, Sulvicz, Rainer,
nkf'I, Kratot'IniI, I'avIin.
:,f7:- ,-- xr- ',.:'-f
'-1.1. f-L :'g,-z ,-
.... vrxg-'L7'1.. Ajax--
Si.-4.27 .4 ffliizg-
L 1:: 1: E22
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Ari?-7-1' ,, 1-ET
Zauff E' 27:11 is:
:'..3 yr,-1,14 1 ,
'24-li fm? rr-' T-9
.,.N,,,-E., ,, L.,
' .' .' 'IA 1. 7
-1 .v, :a,.,,,g .1
iith, Ixolu-rna. XIOIIIIPISOII.
iIc'n. Ilarrison. Otto, I'astvrnaI4.
fond Hour- Nliss I'iIl1't'!1Wt'l'IIt.
nn-roII. Kona-cy, Xlk. Zapivovar-
r, Svolmotla, B21l'II2lIl, Sinn-Ii.
utovlivii, Short-pu. Sann. Tllirrl
I i Bt'ig1t'1',
14' I'.I1'111tZ, I'rnsu.
rzmvk, Schultz. Zmnan. Hoyht..
I'illI2l. Iiviinorix. Ilarris. Faurlfz
It' -Krvjm-ai, Yosivky.
Viv. Kvllont. liIPgIl'l', fat" -
.itz cit'1'l'IllltZltt. Rot-st-kv, I.0siL'Ii.
ffl: Row - I.oI1rt-ntz, Pima,
IIll'l', Ifis, Fiaia. Novak, Rnzvk,
Iam-k. Hozhon. Onilvrka. Dercr,
Undvr the sponsorship of IVIiss Mario Eltron-
werth, thc Girls' Chorus is now in its sPvP11tI1 yvar with at IIIPIIIIDCFSIIIII of npproxinmtciy
one I'IllIldI'Pd-Islfiy. This is quite an iIICI'9iiS6 owl' the first thirty invinlwrs with whicil
Miss Ifhrcnwerth started.
Both the junior and st-nior groups pnrtivi-
palv in many in-tiritivs. Thi- UIIUITISPS sing at the scini-annual Spring and I"aII Music
I7estivaIs, and Ilan? sung owr tho rariio. At the National IVInsit' lfontvsl tht-5 rntcd
Ihitqt' I 11113-ji! r'
The Band and Orchestra Parents' Associa-
tion again continue their active work by taking care of the many financial matters
pertaining to school band and orchestra, such as purchasing instruments, paying for
an electric record machine for the band room, sponsoring a roller skating party and
the sixth Annual June Concert and Dance.
'llo interest the community in supporting the
Bands and Orchestras of Farragutg to use all suitable means for supplying equipment:
to cooperate in city and national movements in the interest of instrumental music:
are the objects of this organization. Membership totals about ll5 and meetings are
held the first Wednesday of each month, in Shedd Fark Fieldhouse. and are well
Officers for the past year were: Mr. ll. Zink.
Presidentg Mrs. J. Havlik, lst Vice Presidentg P. B. Ritzma, 2nd Vice Presidentg Mrs.
J. R. Blaa, Recording Secretaryg Mrs. J. Vacek, Treasurerg Mrs. F. Kroll. Correspond-
ing Secretaryg Mrs. J. Kostal, Financial Secretary and Mrs. Z. Dunovslcy, Historian.
The Farragut P.'F.A. was organized to pro-
mote better understanding and co-operation between parents. teachers, and students.
and to further the best interests of the school and community.
This year. the P.T.A. presented a pageant.
'LMy Country, ,Tis of Theef' at a Parents' Night Meeting. The members represented
various nationalities, in order to arouse interest in Americans of other nationalities.
A candle-lighting ceremony was held cele-
brating the P.T.A.7s thirteenth birthday on Founderas Day, Feb. 13.
HBringing Up Father and Mother," a dis-
cussion presented by four students at the May meeting, brought an enthusiastic response.
This year's officers are: President, Mrs. F.
Rosenkig Vice-President, Mrs. L. Schoenhofeng Second Vice-President, Mrs. J. Blaa:
Recording Secretary. Mrs. J. Cilliang Corresponding Secretary. Mrs. C. Vlack: Treas-
urer, Mrs. L. Martinovskyg and Historian, Mrs. J. Kocek.
P.-T.A.--- First Row-- Mrs. Frei
Sprugel. Nlrs. .l. Blaa, Mrs. F
Kocek, Mrs. L. J. Shot-nhofen, Mrs
Edwin Moravec. Second Row ---
Mrs. l.. A. Polka. Mrs. J. Cillian
Mrs. F. llartinovsky, Mrs. J. C
Yacek, Nlrs. Hattie Jonkel, Mrs
X iola Born, Mrs. ll. C. llaase, Mrs
Walter Trnc. Mrs. J. J. Sellesta
Mrs. Z. Dunovsky. Mrs. l.. Frem
gen, Mrs. J. A. Safranek.
B. P. A.
B.P.A.--- First Row Mrs. Z. Dunm
sky, Mrs. J. R. Blaa, Mrs. S. C
Yacek. Second Row - Mrs. J. Cil
lian. Mrs. l.. Fremgen.
HANDBOOK STAFF-First Row-Miss Louise McDaniel, Vlcek,
Martin, Slosar, Haupt. Second Raw-Janecka, Choc, Mrs. Dvorak.
Organized in 1936, the Handbook Club,
under the supervision of Miss Louise McDaniel, has put out its annual edition of the
handbook for five years. Each new edition since 1936 had 46 pages while the 194-0
edition had 80 pages.
The purpose of the handbook is to acquaint
students with the rules and regulations of the school, outlines the various courses
offered, and gives information about extra-curricular activities. Every student in the
school receives a handbook as part of his activity fee.
STAFF OF THE HANDBOOK
MILDRED CHOC ........................... 322C
MARYANNE DVORACEK . . . ..... 322C
WILLIAM HAUPT ....... ..... 3 22C
ELSIE IANECKA ...... ..... 3 22C
HENRY MARTIN . . . ..... 321C
EVELYN SLOSAR ................... ..... 3 25C
LEROY VACOVSKY .... ..... 3 22C
ELSIE VLCEK .............................. 419D
SPONSOR ......... ..... M ISS LOUISE MCDANIEL
PRINTING SPONSOR ..... MR. WILLIAM BLOOM
DISTRIBUTOR ........ MISS MILDRED LINSKEY
Directed by Miss Helen Culver
"Elmer,'Fthe story of a mischievous I4 year old boy, and
"Thanks Awfullyw-a two-word comedy were the Senior plays pre-
sented this year under the direction of Miss Helen Culver.
Those playing in '4F.lmer" were: Henry Ehrich, Violet Lehman,
Frances Slosman, Edna Svoboda, Roy Natzke, Elaine Kotrhaty,
Joyce Meden, and Roland Moeller.
In the cast of 4'Thanks Awfullyw were thirteen girls and one boy.
George Gambini played the part of the lone male during the third
period, while August Machura had it fifth. The thirteen girls were:
Lorraine Vilojcik, Lorraine Kysilka, Marie Kryl, Betty Ferree, Lucille
Cole, Virginia Kosar, Irene Knize, Geraldine Neuzil, Rita Adamaitis,
Dolores Shelley, Jean Brown, Frances Chrastka, and Rose Benda.
Together, the plays earned about two hundred dollars to help
defray the cost of engraving for the I94I Log.
SENIOR PLAY-Left-First Row-Jeanette Slocum, Do- SENIOR PLAYA- Right-First Row-Geraldine Neuzil Rlt
lores Shelly, Lorraine Wojcik, August Machura. Second Adamaitis, Lorraine Kysilka, George Cambini, Irene Kmze
Rnwillflarie Kryl, Jean Brown, Virginia Kosar. Rose Benda, Frances Chrastka, Betty Ferree.
LVNCIIROOM STAFF--First Raw-Miss Emily Flinn, Nlrs. Emily Heinliartlt, Mrs. Ellllllil Wind,
Xlrs. Margaret Fuller, Mrs. Anna Ritter, Mrs. Stella Stoj. Mrs. ,lulia Tristano, Mrs. Alma Warnlw.
Mrs. Anna Downs, Mrs. Arnie Menkllister, Nlrs. Bessie filirnelieli. Mrs. Nluric' lfinm-ritz.
lMIC'SCl2llllOS Bessie Clinic-lieek. Anna Downs.
Marie lfnieritz, lflmily Flinn. Margaret Fuller, Anna Mefkllister. Anna Ritter. Stella
Stoj. Julia 'l'rislano, Alma Warnke. and lfnnna Wind are the hard working ladies
who do the general work in the lunc'hroom. They wait on tahles. serxe food. set out
the food anrl wash rlishes. Mrs. Chinelieek. Mrs. l'llll0I'llZ. Mrs. Fuller. Mrs. Ritter. and
Mrs. Wind. eook. Mrs. Downs makes the pastry. Mrs. MeAllister makes the salads and
also the lllilllvll niilks and Mrs. Flinn helps with the iee ereani. Mrs. 'l'ristano makes
the sanclwiehes and helps Mrs. Stoj with the vash register. and Mrs. Wiarnke floes gen-
eral work. Mrs. lfmily Reinhardt. the head of this ellieient stall. is the inanager antl
daily menu maker.
The entire sc-hool is inrlehted to this stall
for the many clirision room teas. cluh and teachers' parties. Their smiling and willing
eooperation make all these soeial events a SIIUUPSS.
HALLGUARD-4-First Row-Muzika, Rapata, Srail, Slutch-
ta, Velek, Castle, Raygo, Thiernan, Novak. Second Rowf
Fencl, Schulz, Sann, Karnba, Jaroslava, Danylciw, Fiala,
Fisher, Malmborg, Hanus. Third Row-Baronak, Prazak,
Lonergan, Krusec, Sticha, Krusec, Winters, Freitag, Horeni.
Fourth Row-Zimba, Brennan, Myrs, Woronicz, Lamplot,
Seharrec, Hitzke, Krapec, Krueger.
SERVICE GUILD I---First Row4Harris0n, Esner, Spak,
Hyman, Misek, Prazak, Mezgoda, Beranek. Second Row!
Sigalos, Pavlakos, Husa, Hauskhecht, Svec, Soukup, Holad.
Third Row--Vrhel, Sliwa, Marovitz, Kroslak, Paciorka,
Luidolt, Mansfield, Prucha. Fourth Row-Burda, Novak,
Peea, Tesar, Sokol, Felix, Hornik, Rudman, Sladek, Ters.
SERVICE GUILD llilfirst Row' --Kaufman, Tesar, Esnel,
Stachniak, Skorepa, Choutka, Spak, Zuehsow. Second Row
-Michalec, Prusa, Keller, Haase, Blastik, Barcal, Kosar,
Pawlak, Parker. Third Row-Dvorak, Philipp, Kudrnovsky,
Nlarik, Higgie, Chervenak, Francik, Rimsa, Iankowske.
SERV CE ILD
Two seniesters ago the FitI'l'2lQQlIl Selmlur-
ship League was urgzniized as u resnll of the great interest of lmth faculty and
students in preserxing the ideals nf denmeraey in sehnnl and in later life.
The goal of this cvlgziriiztitixwii is "Per
uspera Ad Astra" t'l'ln'ough Hardship to the Starst. Only through leadership. seholur-
ship. serriee and ellurueter are worthwhile things an-emnplished. ln fields of edneu-
tinn students are getting a foundation enabling theln to purtieipute intelligentlx in
zifluirs relating to our nation.
lhe Lezigne s nienilmerslnp is upprwunmtely
eight hundred students.
Miss Aliee Mitehell is General Cllillfllltlll
nl the Sc-holarship League. The Misses Mary Morgan. Katherine 0'l,c-ary. llernairdette
llnplxins and Mrs. lflnily Mills are the sponsors of the divisions.
l DICNT COUNCII. Firsl
'U -Tliieinan, tlerinak. Kli-
, Snslek. Zeholen, Kessler.
f, tlreenxxaltl. Semin! Role
Vilt. Sxejnuhu, lljelte. Ku-
iarezyk, Sl'lll'i1lllIll, Zslenek.
inger. Rejsek, Pri-han.
ffl Row Drew. wlorst.
clrieh, Knneey, Reiss, Fur-
l'. Wesley, Flielt. Rahanseh.
zrtli Run' Kvasa. Klrateh-
. Frank. 'l'ers, Winkler.
galnan. Spaeek. l.llli3I'll,
'li Rau' illflllltlil. lfrieksun.
farik. linlipp. Winkler.
alia. Kudlee. Nmuls. fiupu-
', N hnunek.
YIOR ff AB l N ICT- -First
tr-Sehnlrert, Yaeek. Trep-
. Krieg, Danelx. Zetek. Miss
-r. Sf'4'0llll Run' lirajeu-
Km-ritz. lxlZlflllt0X'Slxy. Kn-
a. Krhee. Parker, Cnnk.
'rd Hou' Muzika, Charlto-
n. lluelx. Sltnlina. Chott,
nlxa. Nlaehnru. l"011rI11 Rrm'
lpak. ,-Xrlruiias, True. .lan4la.
iffer. Janknwske. Kelley.
. lfiflli Rauf -llnnter, Qua-
te. Hnnnlry, Sehillne. Kill-
li. Zajieek. St'llllllllI. Kole-
"Who put that write-up that I worked on so hard somewhere? If I don't find it I'm
sunk. I had to look up all that material in such a variety of places, I'd never be able to
get it all again."
"Won't someone please help me proofread these galleys that just came back from the
'L0h Nuts! I always have to wait for a typewriter. Please hurry, I just must get this
L'Bet you couldnit guess what happened. I got three more ads, wrote my story, and
even typed it last nightf'
'4Oh if those Seniors would only get their proofs inf'
"I finally finished identifying those glosses. Gosh! I knew it was late, my stomach
told me so. But I didn't think it was 5:30 alreadyf'
These are only a part of the troubles torturing the poor editors.
This year we attempted to give Farragut a bigger and better annual. Since we,re
celebrating the 140th anniversary of Admiral Farragufs birth our book has 32 extra
pages and loads of special features never included in our book before.
The 1941 annual will long be remembered and referred to because of its historic
Facts presented in its pages were gathered from various reliable authorities, and
were compiled by the sponsor and staff, which numbers about 50.
Please note the unusual arrangement of the Senior panels with the enlarged pictures
of the outstanding students.
These students were chosen upon the recommendation of their teachers and fellow
classmates who felt that here were people that worked faithfully and to the best of
their ability with no thought of reward and who performed some special service to
The numbers found in the senior write-ups refer to a key on page 131 which lists
the activities seniors participated in during their high school life.
We are most grateful for the kind and useful help of the photographers, Root
Studio, Miss Mary Ann Benson, Joe Karel, to Phillip Vessels for the Art work, to
the students who contributed snapshots, and to the many teachers who excused members
of the Staff from their classes in the rush to meet the deadlines. Thanks are also due
to the fine Log Salesmen in each division room, who kept their records so well and
LITERARY Fzrsl Row Otralek, Celsomini, Sawyer, Wle- PHOTOGRAPHY-First Row-Haupt, Krusec, Potokar
zen McDowell Second Row Cilden, Ross, Pesa, Celsomini, Pika, Minarik. Second Row--Moses, Burman, Carrabotta
WCISS Miller, Schwerin, Fritsch, Karel.
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MARIE II. MUDRA Advertising Mgr.
IGl?lYER'l'l51NC-First Row-f-Kryl, Kazda, Sticha, Koza,
i er, Zetek. Serond Row-Zielinski, Chodora, H't , ,, , Y ,Y Y
S4-lwslu, Cilmlka, lliI'Sllllll1l1. 1 Zeman luDl lORb A1 W'
SLROH RILPORILHSV--F1'l'.vf Row 'Bt't'lxllI1,Wvl'3Ilt'li,l"l6'H1- SCROLL RliPOR'l'l:iRS ll- First Row'--Ilukok 5lxlXIll
Palktr 'N le 1. Scconrl Row---Zielinski, Schwcrin, Rodman, Cohn, Nesscls, Gardner, Starck, 'N ui
Bacleaux 'Nlikrut Xhramsson, Unruh. Tliirrl Row' Cohn.
mbcrt lilaa Beit hcim, Prchal, 'll-fo, Kvcton.
"Who took my pencil?'7 "Come and help
me with my dummyf, Hvllhat kind of a head should I use?" g'Wouldn't it be better
as a feature?" 6'lVIarie, should I write the head in 18 pt. Bodoni regular or Italics?"
'gHurry with the typewriter, l'm nextf' 4'Did the galleys come in yet?7, 'tllid you
copy-read page proofs?,,
Just step into the Scroll room when the
paper is going to press and you will be sure to hear this chatter above clatter of
typewriters. You will see reporters running around trying to get the five Wis in
with details for their stories on the last minute. Editors trying to organize their
pages, and typists pounding away as fast as they can.
What is the result of all this work, rush,
noise, and worry? The Farragut Scroll filled with interesting news, features of
current interest, humor columns, instructive editorials, interviews, etc.
ls it worth it? Some fellows and girls
spend all their free periods in 227 and it is not an unusual sight to see the lfditors
still working at 4:30 when all Farragut students have been gone for a long time.
When at the end of your Senior year you
receive a Quill and Scroll Award, you het your life ills worth it. But it isn't only the
award that makes your work worth while, but the genuine enjoyment and the worth-
while experience you receive. Most staff members come in contact with people they
would not have otherwise met. The business department of the Scroll is kept busy
collecting money, keeping hooks, and folding and distributing the Scrolls. This last
semester there were 90 active members on the Scroll staff.
BllSlNl:.SS LUI l H TOR'-fI"1'rs! Row- -Kamholz, Yanclnch, BUSINESS ADX IQRTISING--First Rowe- Maslo Bush
Krtyca loidoh Dohesh, Weiss, Klemchuk. Second Row- A Talla, Esner, Thomas, Kocrilz, Cesal, Wagner .Second Ron
Mlams Dyorauk Dolcjs, Cwik, Choc, Janccka. 5 Spak, Tesar, Bauer, Casparik, Tefo, Sprn cl Gabriel
l"Ii:X'l'lfRlCS l'vl'I'Sf Run' llunlvr, Urine-V. lfis, Milllllflllllilx.
K4-II4-y. Sauyvr. 5111111111 Row 'KK'!44K'l, Hylsl, .-Mlarnailis,
llrllclnik, Nm'4lssim'k. lmukola.
ICDITORS 'l"irxI Rou' Kallat, Jankowskv, Mrs. Mllxha. Durfnmn, Zusnum
Sc-rnrzrl Row' --Kryl.
SPORTS REPORTER Firxt Row Will:-r, Clualku, Kill-
lmff, Coupcr. l,iIt. 54-lu-sta. Svrnnrl Hou' Kullisla, Korrlcsll.
Mill:-r, Zusman, Rountry, Pff'if'ff'r.
First Row-Horeni, Sawyer,
Vaclavek, Janda, Dorfman,
Kabat, Zink, Petran, Stuth.
Second Row--Miss Clark,
Maslo, Stadnik, Simmons, Ta-
rala, Kozak, Bingaman, Mil-
ler, Leheda, Cervenka. Third
Rowgflwik, Vessels, Gratch-
ner, Skowronek, Rudman,
Zahradnik, Koe, Krystosek,
Kessler, Pavek. Fourth Row-
Sarzola, Coulson, Truc, Tysl,
Swanson, Cohn, Krueger, Pet-
ran, Vales, Miller, Eis, Schu-
bert. Fifth Row-Trunda, Do-
narski, Jusewich, Straka, Ma-
loney, Craine, Polivka, Jawor-
ski, Lonk, Kordesh, Gardner.
KSEE PAGE 65 FOR WRITE-UPJ
The Farragut Forum this year has been
very successful and has proven to be extremely practical. An interesting new feature
of the Forum is the arrangement of having a tea before each Forum discussion.
This aifords the students the opportunity of meeting socially and talking with the
Forum speakers, all of whom are leaders in their fields.
Ray Kasel, who was elected president of
the Forum for the year, proved to be very efficient, and was aided by an interested
and dependable Executive Council.
Among the outstanding speakers during
the first semester, Mrs. Robert Platt, an authority on Pan American affairs, spoke
on uAnother American Democracyf,
Another interesting meeting of the first
semester was addressed by Mr. lVlaClear, principal of Harrison High School.
Once during each semester, representatives
of large universities were guests of the Forum. During the first part of the year a
representative of the University of Chicago Forum discussed the theme for that
semester, 4'Democracy.,' The theme for the second semester being 4'Youth," the repre-
sentative of Northwestern University discussed '4Educational Opportunities for Youthf,
IAIBNVXRY S'l'XIfl" lmfl In High!
Vin Yvllrr. K4lNiI1Lll'. Nliw lfiulu
Nh'-. Kvnl. llvlllv. Ba-rg. I3ulurni'f
IHQIJ CHUSS lIl.l li First Hou'
Nliss l,l't'A'll. SLllllUl'lxi. silllllll. Lou
Zl'IlNlxf'. I'ifljl4'l'N. Svhuzlrlz. Svrrzm
Run' Kzbpur. Hulw. Ya-nlunlu
l"1'iIf1'llm'. Xml:-uuhlik. Chru-Iku
Tfairrl Rllll' Iluflivkzn. Killlllhbll
Pe-va. Rnlrulx. KI'1'kil'll. Kupku
VOX Ili Ul'l'IR.X'l'UHF l"ir.vl Run
---lfruimz Srvliv. Svlllllll. CUIIUII
Kmlr. lln-1-kvr. Uuslyly llugan
llilllm-. SUVIIIIII Run' Pllillulll. .Inlin-
fnn, filwll. My-S, Ilavvl, llmlivku
I um-I. llrvw, llny. Bulwn, Slvjspalz
Swkur. xilllil. Third Run' YQ-sm-ls
.lzn'llrm'lx. liarllkv, Yana, Yillllitbll
Nlvu-lx. Klum-I, Kmulvlik. Pmlhradi
sky. Sl:-hfwfr. Fourllz Ron' Rau-
ahwk. Klimvs, Muruwski. T311
Xflllllll Pe-lvrs. Risw, Fivlwrgz. Ne-I4
mn. Knupp. Zwivk. Fiflh Rau'
Silmwin, Wills. Jllsefwivll. Raklvy.
Likals. Kufllm-, Svvliv, Innk. Viviu-
lwrgl. Rug. SPQIIPIIS, Dinglu.
S'l'Mlli ICQUIPM ENT CLUB' f
Firs! Rau'--Mr. Plll'kllllI'S1, Shulak
lvvellslxi. Lllpllf, Kovarik, Knnfrasl.
Sefnruf Raw- -Iluusnvr, Ilusticka
Kapsa. Uralms, Uivis, Bibllillllqk
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H0 0B IICIETIES
National Honor Society members are
chosen on the basis of scholarship, character, leadership, and service. All students
in the upper third of their class are eligible. Every division teacher comments on his
eligible graduating seniors, and after their trait ratings, activities, scholarship, athletic
ability, and awards are taken into consideration, the sponsors, Miss Mitchell, Miss
O'Leary, Miss Morgan, Miss Hopkins, and the rest of the committee, Miss Clark, Miss
Ceer, and Mrs. Schultz, go over all the data and discuss each student. The committee
then votes and those who receive a majority become members. The judgment is as
fair and impersonal as can be expected.
Thirty-nine students from a class of 324
were initiated this semester. The ceremony was the seventh and eighth periods in the
Assembly Hall and Social Room on June 6. Parents and friends of the initiates and
outstanding members of leading organizations of the school were invited to attend
THE SECOND lIONOR
SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY l--First Row' "KIll0Cll, llc-
Dowell, Sawyer, Selnnidt, Burda, Koe, Zetek, Pexa, Talla,
Bush. Second Row-Plocar, Spak, Esner, lzydorski, Jarzalm,
Cesal, Wojcik, Kosar, Rys, Cunk, Formanek, Presto, Voss.
Thirn' Row-Loukoia, Tesar, Zaliradnik, Muravec, Miller,
llricar, Trepina, Srmek, Martinovsky, Parker, Klos. Fourth
Row-V-Buschauer, Gratchner, Wagner, Aclamaitis, Pele, Schu-
bert, .landa, Dorfman, Jankowske, Kryl, Kamek, Potokar.
Fifth Row-Machura, Vessels, Held, Rountry, Sykora,
Polivka, Straka, Husa, Henning, Jaworski, Bloomfield,
SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY ll- -First Row--Janlz, Kaztla,
Koe, Schmidt, Burda, Polivka, Kessler. Second Row4Miss
Hopkins, Krajcovic, Vacek, Wojcik, Rys, Plocar, Talla,
Sclioenllofen. Third Row-Vlcek, Micllalclluk, Krlwec, Busch-
auer, Formanek, Kakacek, Zaliradnik, Cunk, Frank. Fourth
Row-Parker, Tesar, Knablein, Klos, Lieberman, Ortncr,
Carrabotta, Kroslak, Arbanas, Vojtisek, Thomas. Fifth Row
-Kratky, Prclial, Sarzola, Held, lloreni, Zusman, Husa,
Ouatrine, Colin, True, Rodman.
CLEAN UP CLUBV- First Row -Wolf-
man, Richter, lleld, Wooclrich, Swpa-
nek, Dcsvhamheau. Ser-and Raw-"Miss
lxlt't'll3.fl, Matcjovsky, Bclinski. R114
zivka, M4-mlelson, Voss. Tllirlf Ruwg
Pawlurzyk, Kovalsky, Tysl, Linka, Pcca,
Km-. Fnurlh Row' Krapvc, Dr-itz, Karvl,
llilzcman, St'lll'Illfll, fllillefr, xlHOI'f'll0IlSC,
FIRE MONITORS Nlr. Pvuuwkf-
First Row- 'NlQ'lll'llii1', llllZt'1Ili1Il, l:I'3lllQ',
Marclmivk. Sc'r'un1l H0 141-4Wn-lxiell,
Cohn, Mills-r, Kolora, Rolriv. Third Row
Karvl, Swanson, Polivlxa, Douarski,
N. Polivlxa, Zlmllsms.
PRINT SHOP CLUB -First Row Ku-
valsky, Mr. Bloom, fajiwk, llrowckzl.
Swami Row Kraus, Lobe-T, Martine-k,
Nlalek, .'Xrmln'uslPr. Tfzirrf R010-'xl21l'8l,
Plosnicll. Sm'l1al1i11gc-r, Divina, Marlin,
SEWING--First Row-Habinovilz, Miller, llagen
Gulezynska. Second RowiTrojak, Umr-k, Simek
Spacil, Zvman. Third Row-Uricar. Miller, Schui
ellller, Mikrut, Cernak. Fourth Row-Coulson
Kulakowski, Fort, Macik, Koslowski, Beresheim
li'l'lQUET'1'E- -First Row-Pcvitls, Lanier, Keh-
lusck, Burcla, llilzcnlan, Miclma, Brousil. Second
Raw---Mr. Di0rin, Vicik, Neracl. Yitvk. Smrha.
Yi-rslala, Zorrlani, Patek. Knstal. Walla. Pav-
FRlEND5lllP--Firsl Row-a-Weston, Beranek,
Barlos, Pvtranck. lluepke, Walter. Yesllko, Shelp-
cr, Novak, Florian. Seronll Row-Mrs. Davis.
Simcik, lllasek. llamm. Broz, Esnn-r, Masck, Zei-
lwrl. Thirrl Row- .la1'L'k. Kujawsa, fllarkvarl, Yales,
Pospivllal, Mivllalak, Danylciw. Svolromla, Seckar.
'l'lCliNS-1"il'sl Huw-Miceli, Pesa, Wagner, Park-
cr, Wanncr, Abramsson, llirslnnan, Pesa, Pika.
Seronrl Row-fr-Nlrs. Mmlra, Gilmlcn, llallis, Gaicw-
ska, Millvr, Kazfla, Hickok, Koza, KI1ll1f'h. Third
Row-V-Brown, Lains, Cerny, Klulacvk, Nevler,
llvnzlik, Morgan, Knnvalinka, Fink. Fourth Row
-Palmer, Cesal, Pernecki, Krapek, Vaclavik,
Gimlrig, Unrull, Baumann, Becklin, Cohn. Fifth
Row-Minarik, Jopa, Sticlla, Sinkuler, Novak,
Nedwick, Tomaszewski, Golsomini, Homlanovac,
JUNIOR BESICDA---First Row -V-Ondras, Ylvck, Korvas, Sy-
kura, M1-lka, Sladek. Sworn! Row----Mr. Mican, Slmwknvivll,
Yanek, Plocar, Obadal. Third Row---Krallxy, Kudrnovsky,
Moravec, Sfillkllp, Formanck, Mavhalvk, Yondra. l"o11rIh Rau
f fflomolka, Knvz, Fisher, Blalla, Simana, Se-luck, Klll'llllI'
LATIN FUN-First Rauf Miss Rlwlulv, Slilmlo, Klir, Pav
lin, Ste-rnfclld. Second Row Bouln-lik, Ruzim-ka. .lanovsky
Riha, Stachniak. Thirri Ron' Marlim-v. Mills-r, Hnlal
Monte, Kratoska, McDowell.
SPANISH+Miss Flynn Firsi Row fNm'aL. Slraku. Ku.
cccki, Carrabotta, Ylcvk. Doncla. Sevoml R010--Slam-vk
Smetana. Rozhon, Barlnik Ralmausvll.
GERMAN- First Row Svlxultx, Drahos, Nluxmslw. Kem-lllh
Svetiv, Cunk, Tomsvhin, lilvmlt. Sefmzrl Rau' Tunlan, Ullu
Zaryczuy, Novalicll, Haasv, Nl0iSlll'I', Numlim, Mrs. Mills
Third Row--Sakowicx. Subivz, Mm-yvr. KI'lISQ'L'. Krusvs'
Labak, Svejda, Gasparik, Bauer.
Pngr' Slxly ,rlwv 14
MILIT.-XHY CLUB- -First I'c0l,l,'f
Kwlun, HllI1ll'l', Oule-llla, Slunxinski
Scromi Row Ze-llc-ck. Sihlllll., Knslro
Burman. Thin! Row Kalal, Carralmtta
Allwrl. Br:-nlml. Fourth Row -Knablein,
I,HlIlllQ'I, Fm-lix, Warfl, Miwk. Holan.
.'Yl'lll,ETlC l l'yirsI Row Burlxllarmll,
wriIl'l1t'l', Pnplka, Prim-, Pojzis. Second
Row---Lawlxmmiuz, Chef-hy, Shocklex,
l.isf'l1I1-r, Slilipw, Koontz, Kupka. Third
Row-f-I.r-inrlvvker, Golmlslcin, Strnaml,
FHIIUV, Dummsky, Kuupv, Hujwactki.
Fourth Row- -Maciujvwski, llinkvus
Lollman, Room-y, Kurlupasck, Burianrk,
A'l'llI.E'I'lC ll 'First Row' fMulik,
Bisml, Sivluw, Mavk, Soracsniak, Wrri-
rauclx, Kc-il. Serum! RuwfSlrulming,
Slraka, Sllf'hoIm'l, Krull, Muzika. Hallm-
svk, Riiflligll, lima. Thirrl Row---SkL
bin-ki, Prazak, Dc' llvrtogxh, Truinsky,
Tre-plon, Rapura, Sverzk, We'lmPr, Hardt.
Fourth Row Brennan, Lonergan, Mil-
lvr. Kaspvrski, Horky, Tnsky. Fistvr,
Jalnorsky, Maison, Yilllfllift Fifth Row-Y
Kfme-tskiv, Saul:-y, Kovarik, Tumozak,
Skalak, Slmuninski, Oulvhla, Sallil, Bon-
iii-lil, Jullllsml, Bf'l'CSht1iIll.
.vX'l'llLlC'I'lC Ill l"irxl Row-Sm-llillnv,
Huvk, Krivln-vsky. llousnvr, Bvrnarml,
fiI'0Ill'iK'iYYiI'Z, Uurga, Gillman. Seroml
Row -0l'zH'lumski, Mnzika, Huw. .lan-
Pvc-lx, Yvinlis, Pvlrullvk, Krnll. Slavlm-
wiak, Thirrl Row---Sulryk, Uoras,
Krvnslw, Tlwisf-n. Ulmlarik. Agruinaga,
Braun, Klilvln-4-. Fourth Row Sevkal'
I.agal'msi4'z, xYh0l'0I'liI'Z. Vcclral. Hawkins,
Pvlroxk, Dmlvzyk, Sic-roncinski, Bizek.
Um-inx. Fifth Row-llorvni, Kaiser,
Hitzflman, Konf-rsi. Kysta, Zajicek
C.-XRDEN CLUB -First Row- -Dvorak, CAMERA Clllll- f-First Ron' Poltornv
Franz-ilx. Sllllll, Wlolny, lllalvltovie. Sec- Dt- Cries. Sll't1l'll0l2l. l,nlit'll. llollrnan
nuff Rau' Nlartinoxslq. Armlt. fuellsou, llvnson. llranvy.
KPICTURE ON PACE 561
Five years ago the Student Cnidanre Conl-
rnittee began a venture that has grown to one of the most active student projerts in
the school. It is composed of representatives from earh of the eight semesters in high
school. lluring the sehool year, the Connnittee's major avtixities include Fresllnian
Day, College Day, and Vocational programs.
On Freshman Day the incoming students
are conducted about the svhool, and during the week they attend three programs whivll
give them an idea of the activities and opportunities presented at Farragut. On College
Day, representatives from Universities and Colleges most popular with the Farragut
Students, are invited to speak to all seniors interested in the respeetive colleges.
A month before the end of eat-h semester,
members of the Committee go to the elementary schools in the district and explain
to incoming Freshmen the aetivities and courses of study offered at Farragut.
CHESS Cl.llB Firsl Row Miss llillv- l30Vl'l.lNC Il l"irsf Ron' Killlfllilllllx.
meyt-r, llnsa. l'alont't'k. 501111111 Row--s lllivlialak. SUFUIIII Raw---lisnt-r, l.al1n,
Pitre, Br-qreaitll. ,lac'klin. Novak.
BUWl.lNCI First Row lliggic,Bn1l- BOWLING III First Hou" Pierson.
ilovslvy. Sevonrl RlI1U'71xl'Il1ll, Martin- Novak. Seroml Rau' Prorliaskil. Nlina-
ovsley. rik, 'l'iscl1lm'r.
EUCLIDIAN CLUB -Firsl Row -'Sl'lJl'Sl8, Poliv-
ka, llalacek, Turner, N. Polivka, Novak, Maslo,
Piperoff. Second Row--'Miss Mitullvll, Cwik,
Donda, V4-ssuls, Koa, Balaly, Talla, Anthony,
SCh1'3.1llIll, Wnrrazek, fhl't'f'l1VHdlll, Miss Morgan.
Third Row-Slaveck, Pavwlok, Friedman, Kriz,
Zielinski, Marvhwick, Kopvcky, Scllwichon, John-
son, Carrabolta, Yrlma, Pelrucha, B. Pawlek.
Fourth, Row Laycock, Karasvk, Kulmice, Sarzola,
Horeni, Snvhy, Vvojvivclnmski. llolpnck, Snwtana,
Hiller. llavcl. Riilvr.
WRITING GAMES CLUB Firsf Row- -Mc-llle-es.
Beslerfeldl, Naybar, Egelwss, Souknp, Janda,
Bndilovsky. Second Row--Miss Johnson, Koller,
Mehall, Zaslvra, Zasu-ra, Blalla, Novacek. Thin!
Row---YE-ndroclla, Cllov, Janvcka, Pribyl, Vlk,
Dvoracr-k, Priluyl, BQ-iger. Fourth Row4Klicpera,
Vasa, Rada, Zajivek, Yrhel, Frana, Kopccky,
QUOTATIONS AND PROYERBS CLUB-First
Row--Ce-rvf-nka, Rejzek, Slaflck, Boot, Yrba. Sec-
oml Row--Miss Wells, Lasky, Cvrny. Soda, Taralo.
Third Row-Zib, Dlllll1'L'SC, Panzer, Ziflkcr, Parkehr,
OPERA CLLB--Mr. ArnolIfl"irst Row--Zwick
Samocki, VVieza, Gizcwski, Jaworski, Krysiak
Bean. Second Row-Hake-r, FI'0llI'iPI', Nijuskovichi
Skowxrone, SLlIllUk'ki, Knpka. Knap.
MANICITRINC lfirxl Rnu' Nexgocla, Lalkuvif'
Burlim-ki. Novy. Svman. Curin. XVFSIIJIIHI, Barlos-
ze-k, Prusa. SPFUIZII Row- Miss Crowell, Suma,
Pc-trans. Rm'nnm'k, K3X3llHlIflll. Ursak, Olson, No-
wlny, llruska. Third RlIlL'f"SPIllFHik. Rilmicvk,
Mike-s, Z4'!Ill'ik. Kosar, Ycsvly. TxI2lllZ11'l"k, Maliclwk
Slaxicvk. Vaurin. Fourllz Row-llladik, Ondnlrka.
P:-Iran, Kulmik. Stivha, Marx-k. Sujak, Bruukmrm.
IND. ARTS ULIB First Ro14'-- Kaisvr. lllavu.
Blll'llI'iIl21, Calrrnviv. Sullu, Kuslal. Seroml Run'
Ur. Ballhis, Yilumis, ,laskif-xsicz. Brnz. llululw.
llunlvr. Third Run' Dulrlwrlin. Maruvilz, Xa-
Ie-nlu. Syknra. Slasny. Ynluva. fllsmwkv.
lfl,ElI'l'RlC tII.l'B l"I'fSf Ron' Swanson, Sykura,
Haw-tx, Sl'lllllN'l'. Kun-4-ky, Rawllkr-, Wlursl. SPVUIIII
Row 'Frm-k, Jum-k. Svllm-nlllofe-11, Lo Palms, Ham-
llt'l'glt'l', llaxlik. rrl'lIllldI', Valmwsski, Pin-gal, Xlr.
WOOD TINKICHS -First Row- Kosak, Cmlwr.
Polka. Soukup. Klluwllula. Sm-om! Row Cimbal-
Isla, Z1-lvznik, Wnjvik, XYllkllYil'll, Rada, lJi:lW'It'Ilik.
Novak. Tlzirrl Row Flmla, Pom, BHl'lllUllllllQ"XY-
Mvllall. Krize-k. Hilmul, Kralky. l"011r1l1 Row- k
Kr:-me-r, Dxurak. Rivgvr. lllu'lr1w1'. Sillltxll I,lIllllY-
sky. Polak, Hawk.
BALLAD SINGING I--Ilricar, Sclioen- BALLAD SINGING III-Ortner, Miss BALLAD SINGING II--Mitchell, Mrs
liofen, Moyzis, SCIICCII, Srmek, Kroslak. Eleanore Landon, Kotovsky, Lavender. Myrtl Doyle, Kessel, Dunias, Michol-
Hobby clubs have been a successful ven-
ture at Farragut. They provide closer social contact, they give the students practical
experience as a member of a democratic organization and in associating with fellow
classmates who have similar interests, they develop poise, confidence, and initiative.
Meetings are held on alternate Wednes-
days and the forty minutes allowed for club meetings llys by as they become en-
grossed in their work. Under the leadership of a faculty sponsor and a set of student
olhcers, the meetings are conducted in an informal manner.
Membership in these clubs cannot exceed
forty. Each semester there are new clubs offered such as the Woodtirikers Club for
girls, the Ballad Singing and the Spelling Bee all organized this semester. Some of
the very popular clubs which have to turn away many who get there after the club is
filled are the Athletic, Swimming, and Teens Club.
Whether it be handicraft, athletic, literary
or any hobby one likes, one is sure to find a club to meet this interest.
MItI0lllX'l'lIXtZ III Talla, Bush, Land- SPIQLIING Blili 'KIt't'lllHll, Cuslcr
In-rg, llebcrnian, Raslccki, Casllc, Miss Mc!
Daniel, Yes:-ly, Supinski.
ACCOUNTING II-Chodora, Loulmta, ACCOUNTING I' -Yvinterrotli, Maget,
Kordesll, Thomas, Kase. Novak, Tesar, Spak.
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FOOTBALL TEAM -First Row-Airhart, Kucera, Pacanowski, Gervais,
Schillne. Second Row --Kveton, Rohs, Krek, Harris, Hunter, Wolfman, Prazak,
Kaczor. Third Row- Buck, Kasel, Killhoff, Kolncler, Zajicek, Kozeluh.
Achieving a small measure of suc-
cess the foothall team was content with its one and only victory over
their neighborhood rivals, Harrison High. This was obtained through
the fine playing of Johnny Zajicek, Joe Koluder, and John Rohs.
After two very heartbreaking losses at the hands of Hirsch and East
Rockford, Farragut virtually steam-rolled their Way to a 12-7 victory
over Harrison for their first league victory. Following this game,
Farragut played Englewood to a scoreless tie and a defeat by Kelly
7-0, the team in both games showed fight and determination which
without a small portion of luck proved to no avail. Lindblom and
Tilden came next with our gridders taking a -17-0 and a 31-0 defeat
which was accomplished only after our first team was tired and
injured and with a lack of reserves this was primarily the reason
for many of the losses throughout the season. Next came the Phillips
and Du Sable elevens who after a hotly contested battle overwhelmed
our hoys in the second half. These games concluded the schedule
for the Farragut Admirals after a disappointing season, highlighted
only hy their very impressive victory over the Harrison lads.
For their hard and determined
work throughout the season the following boys deserve special men-
tion for their services, co-captains John Rohs and Ed Killhoff for
their able direction of the team upon the field coupled with their
superior playing, lrv Kozeluh, for his relentless driving when
carrying the ball, John Zajicek, for his plunges and outstanding
defensive work, carried the hrunt of the attack in many of the
gamesg Clar Airhart, and his fancy jitterhug steps on the field, also
for their fine work mention must he given to Joe Koluder, Benny
Buck, George Kucera, Bob Hunter, Jim Gervais, Don Schillne, and
Sid Wolfmaii. These players really played their share of each game
and took more punishment than any previous team at Farragut.
Pagr' Srl only
Coach James Fox this year had
another contender for the Central Section Championship, which
Farragut took last year.
Even though they lost practically
all of last year's players by graduation, the Admirals put a bang-up
team on the field. The regular squad was composed of Joseph
Nezgoda, Edward Gorga, Raymond Kasel, Frank Marek, Charles
Kaper, Richard Divis, Edward Forbes, and Emil Strnad. Henry
Thoele, Raymond Muzika, while Jack Trepton carried the pitching
Farragutis games were featured by
the hitting of Kaper, Marek, Nezgoda and Thoele. Some of the Ad-
iniralis finest pitched games were also turned in by Thoele. His best
performance was a one-run-two-hit game against Lindblom. Captain
Chuck Kaper, with continual chatter from his catcher's position was
another factor which drove the team through another good season.
With some of this year's squad
returning next season, the Admirals expect to keep on winning most
of their games.
Meyer, Corga, Strnad, Svan
Vlcek, Kaper. Trepton, Mu
zika, Kotora, Nezgoda, Zueh
sow. Third Row'--Thoele, Di
vis, Kasel, Forbes, Marek
Simonec, Mr. Fox.
cera, Reavy. Second Row-
SWIMMING CLUB-First Row-
Waibel, Peck, Mulacek, Pivonka,
Hlinka, Kacer, Mrotz, Sinker,
Kusic, Drbec, Krapec, Machalek,
Faikus, Hejna, Synakiewitz. Sec-
ond Row-Chalus, Gillman, Sinker,
Sinker, Huebner, Nadler, Petruch,
Subicz, Skrivan, Domeraski, Tour-
gee, Adams, Klier, Klett, Rappa-
port. Third Row-Stawarz, Bauer,
Musil, Sichrovsky, Paisker, Svrcek,
Buresh, Dvorak, Deutscher, Subicz,
The season of 1940-41 was the most suc-
cessful the Farragut Swimming Team has had. In its history, winning nine, the Seniors
tied one and lost four. The Juniors won eleven and lost three.
Domeraski and Synakiewitz in the ,Iunior
and Senior Breaststroke, respectively, remained undefeated.
Both were undefeated in the dual meets
and so was the Junior Medley Relay Team. In the city championship, Domeraski took
second place and Synakiewitz took fourth place in the 100 yard Breaststroke.
Getting set for the 1941-1942 season, the
team has high hopes for only a few losses will weaken the team and the boys who will
fill their places are good material. Individual standings for members of both teams
1940-41 SWIMMING SEASON
.IUNIORS POINTS SENIORS POINTS
SYNAKIEWITZ . . ....... 112 DOMERASKI .... . . . 108
MULACEK . . . .... 108 I-ILINKA ...... . . . 104
PIVONKA .... . . 88 MROTZ ...... . . . 95
PECK .... . . . . 65 KRAPEC . . . . . . 72
HEUNA . . . . . 59 KREBEC . . . . . . 57
BURESH . . . . . 55 KUSIC ..... . . . 57
PAISKER . . . . 48 FAIKUS ...... . . . 52
DVORAK . . . . . 33 MACHALEK . . . . . . . 46
MUSIL ......... . . 21 KACER ......... . . . 42
DEUTSCHER . . . . . I4 MALINOWSKI . . . . . . . 11
FRANCETTI . . . . . 7
I 4 rl
PIIBTS ABE I P0llTA
BASKETBALL JUNIOR-First Ro.
Mikota, Urbancik, Nezgoda, Bakos'
Rapata, Mr. Fox. Second Row- Li:
Masek, Visotcky, Kilens, Wolf, Pic-11
BASKETBALL SENIOR--First Roz
Marek, Sokol, Misek, Pribyl. Erch
Second Row-Kordesh, Oulehla, H
ard, Holan, Bonlield, Hula, Hitzke,
Five won and three lost was the record of
the Junior Basketball team for the 1940-41 season. The squad finished in a tie for
second place with Manley. This gave the Admirals a shot at the championship but
they were whipped by Parker in their first playoff game which eliminated them
from further competition.
The squad up to February consisted of
captain William Kozeluh at guard, Joseph Nezgoda also at guard, John Zoubek at
center and William Urbancik and Seymour Wolf covered the forward positions.
Another guard and regular, Arthur Vondrick alternated with the others in that
At graduation time the team lost Kozeluh,
Zoubek and Vondrick. Their positions were taken up by Bapata and Masek. The
captain's position from there on was given to Bill Urbancik. It was largely through
his leadership that the team kept on winning.
Scoring honors were divided between the
two 4'Bills77 Kozeluh and Urbancik and 4'Art'7 Vondrick.
For the Seniors the season was none too
good. The squad finished in fifth place with three won and five lost. Graduation
took captain Joe Vukasovic and center Henry Ehrich but Frank Marek captained
the team for the remainder of the season with equal skill while a newcomer, Charles
Prybil, handled the center spot.
BOWLING-First Row-Duda, Budilovsky, Arndt, Martinovsky, Esner, Voss, Jenicek, Knize. Second
Raw-Kukalowski, Kessler, Novak, Tischler, Pierson, Zahradnik, Klos, Schubert, Witoher, Mr.
Rinker. Third Row-Kupka, Burzynski, Halinski, Radosh, Zima, Jensen, Kostner, Bartunek, Sedlak,
Karageorge. Fourth Row-Kupka, Rayspis, Shevla, Deschambeau, Ritter. Zuehsow. Roth, Kraus,
Held, Sedlock, Lachnowicz. Fifth Row-Cowser, Hamherger, Schabinger, Donarski, Ezydorski, Cam-
bini, Hlubocky, Miller, Dub, Killhoff, Fuka.
With the beginning
of the 1940-74-1 bowling season, it at once
became necessary to find a larger and more
suitable bowling establishment because of
the larger turnout for the teams. Approxi-
mately 60 boys and 25 girls bowled regu-
larly throughout the season, forming 12
teams in the boys' league and 6 teams in
the girls' league.
The West End Recre-
ation Parlor was chosen as the best loca-
tion for a bowling center.
Eleanore Bielek per-
formed with exceptional skill in the Christ-
mas Bowling Tournament by breaking the
previous high series total with a 589 series.
By bowling 190, 199, and 200, Eleanore
achieved her high series.
The Boys, Leagues
were divided into two separate leagues,
The Junior and Major Leagues. Tops in
the Junior League were the Rinkydinks
with the Alley Whoops as runnerups. In
the Major League the Rolling Aces topped
the All-Americans who finished second.
The Cadets proved to be the big gun in
the Girls' League followed by the Ad-
mirals. Medals were awarded to first and
second place teams in each league.
Leading teams of each
league were selected for the sectionals with
all the representatives from Farragut being
eliminated with the exception of the Rinky-
dinks who finally ended up by defeating
Morton High School for the South West
Section title. The members of the Rinky-
dinks were awarded bowling balls and bags
as deserving awards for their effort in the
At the annual bowl-
ing banquet held at the Stevens Hotel in
the Grand Ballroom on May 11, 194-1, the
medals and bowling balls were presented
along with an excellent program prepared
by the Bowling Proprietors of Chicago.
A few of the high
bowlers of the Boys' Bowling League in-
cluded Ray Kasel, 159, Donarski, 157g
Miller, 151, Killhoff, 1483 Ezydorski, 144,
Schabinger, 1443 Rayspis, 144g and Bar-
Composing the fine
high bowlers of the Girls' League were
Bernice Martinovsky, 1435 Helen Tischler,
137, Dorothy Novak, 130, Wilma Voss,
127, and Emily Zahradnik, 126.
Pugz' Sci 'wily-fi
WRESTLING-First Row-Suchomel, Ban
Comer, Kryl, Miller. Second Row-Koppel, If
Mika, Fister, Cooper. Third RowfPojman,
zika, Rathburn, Vokaly, Hardt.
GYMNASTIC TEAM-First Row-Pivor
Krbec. Second Row-Zaman, Domeraski, Hli
TRACK-First Row-Zwick, Yondra, Bloomi
Sawyer, Polivka. Second Row-Wexler, Malt
Belokon, Straka, Wisniewski, Scott, Myers,
Canfield. Third Row-Sedlak, Koo, Vessels,
hal, Sulicz, Sokol, Welch.
EER I-li'KllliIiS'--'l"1'rst RlI1l'f' fWexler, Marlin
ky. Yranek, Alilqlklllik, Arlmanas, Mr. Canfield
oml Ron' -Kasik, Morie, Prihan, Hejsek, Nez-
a. Yleek. White. Third Row-Pavlin, Zetek
mger. Slade-k, Kratky, Kuja, Novak, Shelper
1rIl1 Ron' Zielke, Buidosik, Neiman, Weill-
gl. Kleidun. Yale-S, Sawyer, Skmxrunek.
TON TWIRLERS -W Firs! Row W Prnchaska
ngur, Klima, Yaeek, Yacek, Kubezna, Zink
'ond Row4Arzig, Smid, Kozlik, Langusch
mek, Miller, Stanek. Third Row--Margly
-idnn, Cnehy, Ruzieka, Dousa, Kular, Battaglia.
C SKATINC-V Firs! Row C. .Ail'll8l'I, Ymmdra-
. B. Airhart. Hansich, Oul, Breda, Kocek
eek. Curnp, Paeanowski, Schillne, Bobek,
1' Srl rlllj'-.u'1'1'11
G.A.A. OFFICERS-June Krieg, Florence Srebro, Eleanor Loidolt, Camilla
Burda, Dolores Miller.
. . . J:i95'v,L. l 9 4
Most popular organization among the girls
at Farragut is the G.A.A. boasting of a membership of nearly one thousand athletic-
Recreative games have provided many hours
of fun and an opportunity to earn points towards awards.
As always the G.A.A.'s activities have been
popular with both boys and girls, Skating parties, the Bow Dance, and the G.A.A.
play, uGlamour Girl Trouble at Lawson" have proved quite successful in filling the
Many more awards were presented this last
semester because of a thorough check up by the gym department. Girls who had no
intention of getting an award received one by keeping a health chart in addition to the
points they discovered had been recorded.
Choosing three final winners from twelve
'crunner uppers" was the result of the new method of judging the posture contest in
April. Medals were awarded to three girls from each assembly, making twelve in all.
From these twelve three were judged as utopsw namely: Arlene Jankowske, Dolores
Korbel, and Martha Skorepa.
We must admit that the C.A.A.'s activity
program is growing considerably and that this is partly responsible for the large
Page Sci cnfy-righl
X. PIAY- CIIIHIIITH. Knsar. Bu'
g, Sum-k. Srvbro, Yaclavek, Budi
.y. SkilXi1'Il. Sahk, Loimlult, Shelley
X. I-fXliCl'TlX'E CONIMITTEE-
la. Yavlawk, Rodman, Karasman.
xivk. Janda, Loidoldt. Krieg, Budi
Qy. Kaelnvr, Olll, Richter, Srebro.
l1.I-XA. HI'.I'RI'.5I,IN I A I IN lub - - I' zrxr
Hou' YIIIPHIIIIIHII. YVIIIIIIIIU. We-slpllal
Xlasino, Bvranvk, Tvarozvk. INIvn4I4-I-
son, Ilanus. Seronrl Row He-jsx-IX. Roi
gxer. Yranvk. IIorny, KUZIIIQ, San:-r
Hiller. Iioranek, Dvrvr. Sann. Tllirrl
Ron' Pre-Iran. INIvI1aII. Pika. DanyIm'iu
Yah-S. IIigg1i4'. Ile-ill, Provlmuska. Te-rw
GROIP I First Row Nlavik. Plarvk
Kralky, rI'is1'Iwr. Bollorff, INovotny
Florian, wIHXSl'H. Seroml Row I"ran4'iIg
Dvorak, Kysilka, Frai. Thirzf ROIl' Ur
sak, Oul. Kaslner, Raygo, Langcr. Yaxra
Krat0cI1viI. Winkler, Brinklm-y. Souknp
Rilla. Fourth How- -Novar'e'Ii. I,iss
Moses, Languscll, INIinarik. Dumlesa-k
Ric'I1tf-r, Wm-iss, Piperoff, Wovltje, Kru-
sina. Fifth Row--Bl1s1'I1a11f-1', Els. Ruth
Uricar, Kubik. SIIDSIIH, Bakvr. Klll'IlHT
Santavy. Orme-r, Kakam-Ia.
IQHUIIP Il First Row Nail:-ll, link
Dvorak, Reszr-k. Soukup, Simvik. I"inIx
Nliwli. Sevnnfl 1x'uu'- -Cm-sal. Slam-IX
Miller. Paw-I1-Ilik. Wagner. IIBIIIII, Fran:
celtic, Lasso. Ifenvl. Sm-vkar. Thinl Kon
Y '.Ii1'r'c, Nanclivo. Turalna. SIHCIIONVIHIQ
ilindrig, Knja, Slilrlo, XI:-islwr, Ilanuf
VI'aI1v1'. Fllllffll Row Kraus, Novak
Urudnik, Wamldx-II, Min-Iwll, S1-Imllz
I,0Ill't'IlIL, II'.oruIx, Iiumiman, Ioni4'Iq
KIIIIQUS. Fiflh IIOIU'-'PI'0I'IIHlIiZ'l. SImIn-Ii
Kraft, Jarkv. Yyllallunr-Ir. NIansIw
FisI1t'r, Zillkv, Txarozvk, Maroxilx. ffouI-
ll.-X.,N.--llR0l7P lll' Firsr Rau",
llnmlivf-k. PilI'kl'IA, Kl'Hjl'13Nil'. Slmlennx-
sky, YQ-sc-ly. Zorku. llusa. Xvlvk. Svrnlzzl
Rau' -Pzlxlic-s-k. Svlnxarlz. Svhnllx, Al'-
zig. Uulelnlan. Halla, Haslyr, ylllllifil.
Swv. Thin! Hou' .Machale-k, Trinka
llvsul. Bcfts-rfvlkl. Sauvr. Mangus. Tum-
sllill. Hair:-. Vim-n-ll, Nuyluar, Pzxllnvr.
Flillffll Rau' -Pvlvr. Haasv. Yranvk.
Slamh-k. Za-in-k. Truv, Brackman. Nlvli-
vhar. llnrny. Snlnar. FIIII1 Row Wag:-
nvr, Nlilh-r. 'lblxmasze-xxski. llululvik.
x1l'yl'l'. Kzlraslnan. Jam-s. llurave-k. Pvlc,
Milfalku. Flivk. llm-k.
ll.-XA. -UROVI' IN First Rau: -
l,ilI'1illllSky. Krvjvll, lligrm-r. llarrisun,
l'm'l1ulvramlfkv. Finkl-I. llvlsmnini. Ko'
xar. Sf'l'0IHl'VIf0ll' TIIHIPZIUII. Bin-ck.
xlillllldil. Jamla. Hem-js. Puplar. Safra-
nvk. Bmlilnwky. Pm-Iran. Baslvrash.
Thinl Ron' Panik. Fiala. Z1-ithamme-k.
llne-tynka. Ile-ukvr. lladraku. Oslf-s, Lou-
dvll, xIt'lllIl'lS0ll. Thim-man. Fllllffh Run'
l'urk4'r, Wan-sh, Sl4'jSll2ll, xxriflbl.
l,l'1'll1'iL Kim. Hanna-r. Km-llc-y, Slallnavh.
llizr-uski. Hamm. Isl'-,lfh Rauf Eggvrs,
Onclvrka. llusarik. Cin-k. llnlpuvll.
Knrmuncla. ilunopa. Pvlran, Kuulva,
il..'k.-K. llR0l'l' Y Firsf Row--
Bndilmsky. Hurda. Olramlal, Kaspar.
Ralninmilz. Wurazek. Kazmla. Kle-vka
Sw-mzrl Run' Rapata, llofl'i1'l1Im-r, Nu'
vak 5 1dIt'Ilkd Sm h09I1ll0f4'!l Yavok.
Tallu. Bush. Flu-Hey. Kusur. Third R014
- 'Wl4'f1lw'S. l'il'Ulll'it'Il. Yan-k. Gustafson
Yasllik. Bm-'linski. lNm'ak, Nrla. Yuss
linrumll. liurin, Fozzrllz Rau' Slam-vs-k
Kinvl. Wilson, Tllvisml, llvjna. .larnlii
mvk. Novak. Nlansfirlcl. Pblllllllhil. Swv-
bmlu. S1-In-llv. l"1'ftl1 Raw V-Huzicka
Pvra. .lamurske-. Svlxrvin. ,lankmsskv
Killlloff. k:llK'llj'. Haslvrasll, Svlwslu
Rulmak. Shm-u. Karlvll.
lndoor and outdoor
clubs are the main interest of the G.A.A.
girls. Approximately fourteen clubs fall into
this group-seven outdoor and seven in-
door. Without question the Hiking Club is
the most popular and draws the most mem-
bers. Girls hike to and from school and on
Saturdays and receive twenty-five points
toward their G.A.A. award. Girls who own
their own bicycles can earn their twenty-
five points by signing up with the Bicycle
Club. Tennis enthusiasts may join the
Tennis Club, You donlt even have to own
your own roller skates in order to join the
Roller Skating Club-the G.A.A. supplies
them for you. Our spotlight focuses on other
outdoor clubs-they are the horseshoe, ice
skating, and horseback riding clubs. In
order to receive an award every member
G.A.A.-'GROUP VI-First Row-Wilhelm, Hodina, Pesa,
Schramm, McCafferty, Marquardt, Kvasa, Coha. Second Row
-Piperolf, Prochaska, Kratky, Spak, Rieger, Kroslak,
Srmek, Petranek. Third Row-Tesar, Arndt, Marko, Zden-
ahlik, Kozel, Knablein, Moravec, Sovis, Bilek, Esner. Fourth
RowfBocinsky, Klerdon, Coulson, Elias, Bereshcim, Subicz,
Mikrut, Goldman, Thomas.
must have points from both an outdoor and
indoor club. The indoor club equipment is
supplied entirely by the G.A.A., Badminton,
Shu Quoi, Shuffle Board, Ping Pong, and
Bowling have always been popular. Some-
thing new and going in a big way is indoor
tennis and fencing. There's always some-
thing to work for in the G.A.A. Medals are
awarded to girls participating in various
club tournaments. The contests are run by
the process of elimination, with winners
both losing teams and winning teams. You
can enter a tournament singly or in part-
ners as both members of a team are awarded
prizes. These clubs are really the basis of
this Athletic Association and are one of
the main reasons why the G.A.A. boasts
such a large membership. Girls can join a
G.A.A. club in any season of the year.
G.A.A.-GROUP VllfFirst Rowfllmek, Koeritz, Kryl
Fritsch, Chochola, Urchota, Suma. Second R0w4Stejskal
Slechta, Latal, Pawluczrk, Gabriel, Taylor, Koza, Pexa
Third RowiEkl, Castek, Lahn, Prchal, Lukach, Walter
Silhavy, Novak, Cibulka. Fourth Row-Glickauf, Greenwald
Chrastka, Hruby, Liska, Mussared, Fritsche ,Haker, Vohen
Fifth Row-Knap, Domrese, Spacek, Ters, Adamaitis
Kremer. Skrivan, Prncha, Smid.
l,EfXlJl'fHS 1Il,lVB First Row'-
Rl'IltlQ". fLk'lSUIllilli. Dervr. Eis,
xlt'Ildl'l50Il. Masislo. Seronrl Row- 4
Bollorff. Dvuwood, Krvjca, Vaneli,
Siam-llmxigk, Kannfsky. lfvrmlvs,
Lauth. Cohan. Third R0wf--fYaCla-
wk. lioram-k. Allard. Zeithammel,
Morggal, Yxilsnn. Fl'PIllgIl"ll, Mans-
tif-lml. Ymulger. Fourth Row- Mor-
gal. Rivhtvr, Lollrf-nlz, Jvkmako-
uivz, Kukaisl. Zaral, Ters. Prucha,
l.li'I"l'lfH KNIT KIIIICX ROY CLUB
l"irsl Run' YHCI21Y1'k. Jamla,
.lullkmxskm-. Karasman. Richie-r,
Swlrru. l.ui1lult. Svrnlzrl Rau' Olll,
Uumla. SkliXil'll. Kria-gr. IIUIIIIIHII,
R0l,l.lfR SKATINU CLIYB Firsl
Row--Prm-llazka, Sauvr, l,lIk21l'll.
'I'him-nlull, Raluinnilz, Harrisnu,
Ilirslmman. Masin. Seronzl Row-4
Nr-lavha, llmlna, Lukavll. Prucha,
Knkaisl. Kirian. Maybaslyr, Kannf4
sky, Davin-v. Thin! Row -- Trinka,
Kin-rs, lluhan, Trvpton, Panik,
Novak, Murev, lllajvll, Ekl. Fonrlh
Rowf -Moherg, Nlorgal, Subirz,
Piporofl Morgal, Sladek, Kraft,
Kraus, Marie-kxwz, Smill.
RlQCRE.'Yl'lYIf GAMES - W Firsl
Row Masinn, Ralminovitz, AIPIIIIPI-
sun. Remie. Z1-man, Weslphal.
Dc-lmund. Sfvonri Raw Ulm-lx,
Hkl. Yaclavek, Suukup, Zvilham-
mvl. Koran:-k. Youngr-r. S4-lunltz.
IrllkE1i'll. Thin! Row-Bnhav. Rich-
ter. Killa. Sauer, D1-rs-r, Eis. Mans-
fir-Ill. Nlillvr. Pruvlxa, Kratky.
TENNIS' --Firsl Rllll' f Stochouialx,
Trinka, Obaflal. 3w0l'l'i', Novak,
Clajcll, Nlachalvk. Seronrl Row-
Ondras. Cizek. Mansfin,-ld, Baurin,
Miller. Yaclavvk, Mansfield, Balaty.
Third Row-Miller, Riha, Zvitham-
mel, Pruclla, Couch. Sann. Svkn-
lich, Bciger, Prusa. Fourfh Row!
Kastm-r. 0111, Slamlvk, Yram-k,
Grudnik. Cihal, Parkm-r, Maresh,
Lnhreuiz. Yaclavvk. Fifth Row --
Novak. Barleaux. Run-k, Danylviw,
Novak. Fiala, Mvlkus, Fishvr.
C..-XA. BUWLINU W- Firsl Rau' --
Nlalvkovic, Kryl, Liska, Tlllupacll.
Tumpach, Spacvk. Seranrl Rau' A
VC'0lny, Z6-ithammel, SOBQHQ, Rn-
zicka, Bvlinski, Tomschin. Third
Row- Ms-ism-r, Rzlygo, Burmla,
J3.Ilk0XYS1xl', Fish:-r. Diillylfik.
. ,-. .. , H'
1,..'X..'X. Hli.XU,INl, C.I,l If 1'lI'5f
Hou' Rupata, Sanlaxy. 'IH-rs. Rich-
lvr, Karasman. liumlu. Swmul Row
Suma. lfnwk. SCIIIIIIZ, Sunkllp,
SVIIIIIZ, Kll4ll'l1llX'Skf'. ljl!'lil'llH.
C.gX.,X. ll0RSICB,Xl1k RIIJHXC
l"ir.vI Row KH4'ZlllUl'l'Zy'k. Pc--
tru.-lla. Pitlik, Flivk. Klivr. Niullvr.
5 4: V071 fl R n 14' - Iluasc. Flslwr,
l,2iIlyll'iXN, Rus. Tl'lu'. .IilIllx0WSkt'.
l,.fX.A. FICNCINC --First Row--f
Rallinmilz. llirshlnau, Musino,
'lil't'Illl5ll, XYAIIIIOF, Soukup, Pilny.
S!'l'0l1ll Rl?1l'f"Sf'kll1kl1, Flys, Rich-
l4'l'. Mar:-slx. Burwla, Purkc-r, Krivg.
Ulrulvk. Tflird Hou' Smill. Yuvlu-
wk. Cm-lly. Klll'llUl'. Ku1'n1un4la.
lx-lvrs, KlIl'Q'l'H. Ftruclmla.
IUNDIIED FIIBTY 0NE
SHIRLITY ESEVTHEI6. "S1u'r"- -Interested in aeronc1uiil's-- --Action in 42, 30, 43, 45, 19,
69 ILvt.L'rx and CIlL'Z'l'0llJl'HdX ulzoxcu tcavhzng as a ulrwr-Salutatoriau of the January
flaxs, 3.713 average.
Januar C ass of 1941
LORRATNE ANDERSON. "Trish" --Interested in stamps and
photography- -Member of 75, 42 fpinlfCle1'ica1 worker.
FRANK ARlENT. '1Lefty"- Dislikes conceited girls -Special
weakness for roast chicken and steak- --Active in 44, 45, 35
fLetterD, 58 fClll'1lI1.D'NNvOlllCl like to enter Civil Service.
DONALD ASIRE. "Don"-Dislikes Ususpender-pu11ers" and
blondes One of Farragufs few "l1an1s"--Active in 45, 63, 71,
72, 75. 59fDesires to enter the Held of radio.
ROBERT AITKTNSON. "Ackie" Enjoys swimming and pho-
tography- -Likes good music---Member of 63, 3. 23-Desires tu
enter the Field of radio.
EMIL BARTA. 'KProfessor"---Interested in Hrearms-Dislikes
helm: called a "mad chemist"--Active in 44, 83 CPres.l-
VVou1d like to become a veterinary.
LORRATNE BARTA. "Lor"- -Enjoys swimming. dancinsf,
and skatimgf--Active in 43 fLetterl. 42 CLetter and Clievronsl.
45, 69, 19-Hopes to become a teacher.
VIRGINTA BARTOS. "Virg"fEnioys all sports-Snecial
weakness for spaghetti-Member of 19, 50. 33, 42, 72-An1hi-
tion not determined.
LORRAINE BEAM. "Red"fLikes to design her own elothes
+Enjovs a good turkey dinner with all the fflll'1I'l1lIlgS'1I'3l'KlDE'l'
of 45, 75, 52, 44, 42-A future Portia.
YERGINIA BENCA. "Vim"-Interested in interior decorat-
ROSIALIE BERAN. "Trish"-Enjoys both tvnes of skatingf
Special weakness for uniforms-43 fLetterJ, 52, 58, 42, 44, 51
CHARLES FEZDEK. "Chuck"----Likes to go hoatinQYSpecial
weakness for redheads Cfemalesjn -Member of 9 QVice Pres..
Letterj, 45, 52, 23fA future drummer.
ELEANOR 13lEL1K. "Lefty"- -Enjoys all sports--4ACtive in
42 fLetter and chevronsl. 23. 47. 09, 75. 61, S Cllledal and
other prizesj-Hopes to live a full and happy life.
ROBERT BLAZEK. "Rlaze"- -Enjoys hunting and skating-
17, 9. 44. 12 CChmn.D Hopes to "Sprout VN'ings'l in the near
LORRATNE BORUCKE. "Lnr"gLikes to attend basketball
and football games-Member of 50. 42, 44, 22-Hopes to see
the world before she dies.
LORRAINE BRAUTIGAN. "l3londie"fLikes to read and
skateiDis1ikes gum crackers -42 CRep.l, 62, 22-A career
EMILIE BRNKO. "Emy"- -Likes badminton, roller-skating
and dancing-Member of 23, 71, 19, 42, 43 iLetterJ, 53, ,75-
ORVILLE RURANDY. "NVhitey"-Dislikes conceited people
but not if they're pretty-Active in 71, 79, 72, 26, 17.
ROBERT BURKHARDT. "Spats"--Tnterested in photogra-
phy- -Dislikes gum snappers-Active in 9 CPres.j, 32, 17
CPres.j-Hopes to remain a bachelor.
FLORENCE BURNETT. "Bernie"-Interested in all sports
-Dislikes egotists-Member of 42, 45, 21, 72, 79-Hopes to be
ELSTE CABRNOCH, "Dimp1es"QEnjoys both roller and
ice-skating--Goes in for uniforms in a big way-Member of
43, 53, 45, 42, 72, 70-A future song bird.
souvenirs--Member of 42, 45, 75, 74 CTreasur.b, 44, 5-
LUCILLE CHMELAR. "Lu"-Dislikes persistent people-
Member 36, 43 fLettei-J, 42, 53, 75-Travel.
LILLIAN CHODUR. "Lil"-Likes Convertible Buicks-
Member of 42, 75, 8-Wants to be a dress designer.
STEVEN CLEMENIC. "Steve"-Likes to be in the great
outdoors-Dislikes snooty girls-Member of 44, 61-A future
LEROY DARMODY. "Spareribsne-Likes baseball and foot-
ball-Always ready for a good meal-Lawyer.
JOSEPH DOBROVOLNY. "0ly"-Likes to play baseball
and sing-Member of 22, 82, 27-Another Bing Crosby.
HELEN DONGRES. "Don"-Enjoys reading and debating
-Special weakness for good music-Active in 39, 42, 59-A
WILLIAM, DORNBRECK. "Tiny"-Special weakness for
southern frled chicken-Member of 9, 13-A future machinist.
HENRY EHRICH. "Bud"-Likes sports of all kinds-Pain
ticipates in 7 QLetterD, 71, 38-Vice Pres. of Class of jan.
'41-Ambition, an advertising agent.
RUTH FENNEL. 'Run-Interested in boat 1'acing-Partici-
pates in 57 CLette-rj, 42.
JACQUELYN FIALA. "Iackie"- -Likes to roller skate and
dance-Vice Pres. of 43 CLetterD-lllember of 23, 8. 42. 45-
A future star reporter.
SHIRLEY FLICK. "Shirl"-Saves post cards and snapshots
-Dislikes jealous people-Member of 42, 44, 52, 43, 23, 79-
Spends her time making others happy.
ANTON FRANA. "Tony"-Likes baseball and stamps-Dis-
likes "know-it-alls"-Likes to eat-Member of 12, 26.
JERRY GABA. "GaaBoo"--Likes sports--Active on 70 CEd.5.
71, 79 CChmn.D, 26-NVants to live a slow life.
LYDIA GAJDA. "Mickey"-Make-s a hobby nf collecting
autographs -f-' -Enjoys going tn the opera Memlmcr of 45, 42.
69, 5-A private secretary.
SEYMOUR GARDNER. "Sam"-Likes football and swim-
ming-Dislikes painted women-Member of 75, 70, 76, 21-
Mgr, of a Super Mart.
STEVE GLUTTING. "Red" -Collects pcnnzmts-Appreciates
beautiful girls--Memlmer of 23, 4 CLetter and 11 medalsl-A
future railway expressrnan.
JOE GOLDMAN. "Joe"-Likes to lvox and Fish 'Dislikes
loud people-Member of 79, 7, 23-Radio Engineer.
ALFRED GINKEVVICH. "Al"-Interested in Plxotograplly-
Likes plum dumplings--Member of ll. 5, 72, 45 1Vice l'rcs.J
GEORGE HADAC. "Hodge"-Indulges in as many outdoor
sports as possible--Special weakness for Oldsmnlrilrs V-lllemlmcr
of 75, 44 fCapt.j-U. S. Coast Guards.
Januar C ass of 1941
M'ARIE KROC. "Kr0c"--Enjoys dllllflhllfl and 1'm1d1'1rg1--.41rtiu' in -I2 fLr'ttvr and chev-
1'm1.vj, 53, 45, 71, 1, 61' I'rii'41fi' S4'rrf'fary- l'nlrzI1'rtu1'i1111 und 5i't'1'i'n1r'y nf flu' j'l4'l7f1H1Vj'
i'la.v.v- WVU!! 11 3.331 fl'Z'L'l'llf!l' for flu' four j'I't17'.V.
JOYCE MEDEX. "Tots"- Enjoys ddllfliilfl and kvcphiff a xrmfvbook on dares--Dzlrlikes
pemoiis putting on a big frozxtfflflembmf uf 43, 35, 42. 2-I, 71, 70. 1. 61-.-1 future nzwse-
Con.vz'a'rrvrI Fa1'rafmt'x gflumw' girl--Popular 7:11711 tradzrrx and xtzadcizts.
anuar C ass of 1941
RIFHARD IIANZLIK. "Rich" Enjoys music and photog-
raphy Likes chocolate ll1ZiitCfl4 Memlwer of 58, 34. 45. 15---
A future agriculturist.
ROGER IIARRIS. "Slap" -All sports are his hubby- -Member
of 38 QSX, 39. 40 Letterl, 7. ti. 22. 84 LM:-tlalsJfAn army air
VVILLIABI HASNER, "Italie"-I.ikes all Sports-Dislikes
"Alibi Ikes"---Member nf 61. 44 tCapt.l---Hopes to play foot-
hall some clay in spite of his handicap.
THOINIAS IIUFRICIITER. "Hutt" Interested in radiof
VVeakness for pork chops anrl potato salatl---Member of 2, 17,
9. 44 A radio announcer.
CHRYSTAI. HOLDA, "Chrys"- -Likes to read novels--Dis-
likes stouges Memher of 75, 72. 45. 08 A future C. P. A.
MILDRED HOLEC. "Mills"- -Likes to play and sing with
a guitar Dislikes lmmewurk and "sl1ow-Otis''----Member of 42,
50, 51, 45, 33, 48, 85, 44- -An opera singer.
ROBERT HOLUBIK. 'lCurley"- -Interested in photography
anzl sports Likes potato salarlf-Menzher of 29 CLetter and
Chcvronj, 17, 71, 75fA draftsman.
IRENE HORAK. "1key"fI.ikes to dance and ice-skatc--
Yum Yum ice-cream -Memher of 74, 42, 70, 45, 80, 48
ROSE IIRADSKY. "Rosie"---Likes to sing: and skate-Cub
lects pictures of movie stars--Memher of 43 CLetterJ, 65-
Hupes to limi a good jolm,
ROBERT IIRONEC. "Iiuhhy"--Interested in music and radio
--Dislikes "painted" girls-Memhcr of 75, 25, 40, 9---A future
ELEANOR Hl'l5lCEK. "Link"- Likes to play piano NVilfl
ahout "french fries"- -Active on l. 80 1I'res.J, 70,
fChmn.J. 48. 43. 41. 42 QRep.J, fLetter and Chevronj, , .
SHIRLEE I.. ILLICH. "Lee"-fEnj0ys all sportsfspecial
weakness fur 'I'-lmne steaks Has taken part in 42, 45, 65, 21,
81. 72. 51. 33---A tuture Movie Commentator.
EDWARD JEROLYSEK. "ju Ju"--Enjoys all sports-Extra
special weakness fur Kneclliky and Zeli Active in 44, 75, 60 -
GEORGE JEZEK, Favorite sport, hasehallf Active in 3-A
RICHARD JIRAN. "Dick"fEnjoys 1NIodel Building and all
sports---Special weakness for Hamburgers--Active in 12, 9, 17
- A future aviator.
LAVVRENCE IOHNSON. t'Laurie"+Spc-mls time collecting
souveniers-Takes part in 44, 39 Capt.j, 20, 6, 7 QMgr.J-A
future airplane mechanic in the If. S. Air Corps.
FRANK KACZOR. 4'Lefty"- -Likes all sports --Bfemher of
6 QLetterl, 38 CLetterj. 9. 72, 39--Hopes to further his
JAMES KALAL. '4Ji1n" Plays the accorr1ianfInterested in
stamps--Active in 3. 13 fPres.J, 44, 75--Automobile dealer.
ANTOINETTE KASALOVSKY. "Tony'liInterested in the
opera---Dislikes gossips- -Memher of 44, 42. 43 --An opera star.
IIELEN KASE. "Kaskal'- Likes to bowl----Dislikes conceited
people--Member of 42 fOutcluor Chairmanl, 71, 45, 5 fChmn.D,
OLGA KLENIFHUK. "Klein" Likes to play haselxall and
FRANCES KERSTEIN. "Kers"--Likes to read. swim. and
hike- Enjoys thc works of Tchaikowsky- -Memher of 42. 39,
19 ---- Psychiatrist.
EVELYN KLEBBA. "Evie"fAll sports hold her attention--
Dislikes noisy eaters-Memher of 43 tLetter7. 42. 03, 45-
Vt'ould like to be a nurse.
other sports -Dislikes homework-Member of 79. 58. 42. 57,
72 -A future Red Cross Nurse.
JAMES KOCEK. "Jimmy"--Likes to ice skate. but dislikes
snolsluish girls--Can't resist good Bohemian t'oodfMemlwer of
46 C2 lettersl, 38 fletterb- -Hopes to retire at 35.
JOSEPH G. KOLUDER. "Jay Koo" -Farragufs fashion
leader Enjoys good food, music and girls--Member 38, 75
42 yrs.J, 72 tl yrs.l. 39 -Gym 'llL'HCl'l91'.
ELA-INE ROTRBATY. "Motts"- -Enjoys swimming and
dancing-Dislikes gossips and stag linesfftlember ot' 4 Qletter,
14 ineilalsb, 57, 42. 80. 13, 25, 58 A dress designer.
XYILL1AM'KOZELI'H. "Koz"--Likes to build model air-
planes Active in 6 tLetterl. 7 Cffapt., Letterl. 71. 61 tClnnn.J
-- llopcs to continue his education,
JERRY KR.X1lEf', "Jenn Appreciates lioth girls and food -
Neinluer of 9 CLettcrj.
ROBERT KRAL. A'liuli"--lnteresteil in all sports Dislikes
unladylike girls -VVild about kncdliky and zeli lllemlwer of
44. 79 Hopes to secure a steady jolt.
LEONA KRASOVVSKI. "Eb"--Likes horse-
swimming-Member of 2, 5-Commercial art
hack riding and
ROBERT KREK. "Happy"fLikes all sports-Dislikes "crum-
my" parties---Favorite, roast duck--Member
S4 Cltledalsb, 22, 9--An army pilot.
of 38 tLetterJ,
ELAINE KRISTUFEK. "Bunny"- -Enjoys dancing--Member
of 42, 23, 16, 44, 29, 794A future mannequin.
MILDRED KUKLA. "Kukiel'- Likes to dance and play
volley ball- Member of 42, 73. 50--A future othce girl.
RVTH KRIZ. "Krizie"- -Likes to read- -Hates gum chewing
--Member of 53, 43 tLetterJ, 44 CCapt.J, 01--A red-cross
JOSEPH KYONKA. "Joe"---Meinber of 75, 45, 4 C14 medals,
Band and Ensemlxlej, 57.
CHESTER LACH. L'C'has." Enjoys all sports. Chemistry and
Reading---Has taken part in 45, 75, 85, 67, 0, 5- -Chemical
GEORGE LAHOTKA. "Ezra"fEnjnys flying4Active in 38,
o Hopes to secure a steady job.
VIOLET LEHMAN' "Y"-Enjoys swimming, skating. and
dancing- Has a special weakness for good dancers Active in
42, 25, 71, 44, 45, 19 and 69 Ambition to he a great dancer.
PEARL LEVINE. "l'ecky"- -Likes dancing- -Extra special
weakness for tall. dark. and handsome lioys-AActive in 42.
and 52- NVill lie a future teacher.
LE ROY LINHART. "Bud"--Enjoys all sports---Has a
special weakness for pretty girls Active in 8. 44. 2.1 Am-
bition to travel.
anuary C ass of 1941
ROLAND JIOELLIIR, "Ronm't"'- Liktxr all A'fl0l'f.T Iiixlikzu 1111111-t'II1"1L'fl1!l g1'rl.v--Gozxv
in for turkcy di-HIIFTSY".4t'if1-Tl' in 55 IPrcs.2, 8 ISrr.j, 78, 19 fflinnj, 45, 39, 75--
A dz'r'rf1':inm 11'hu'.
I?Lli.'1.YORIf PESA. "Bt1Ivy Rr'zz"'- fllujoyx .vnz'1'11f1 .v01r1'1'111'r.v,' c0Il1'rfz'nf7 f1a111N1IvI'.v: and
n1l1t'r!1uyf pivtzriuxv of Illyrmi Lay .4t'l1'z'f' in -12, 69. 71. 711. 70, am! 80 -.-lozlvilfon is
tu Ivwnuzf' an llIIdl'f0V' --Bn.v1'm'.rs ,'lIar1t1g1c1', azrdztor, rrporlw' and ,lltziuiyfingl vzlifur of
.Siwullf 'Quill and Scroll tlTi'f1l'A1.
.ianuary lass of 1941
IIICNRY Klklilli. "iinlliv8r" Likss all sports -Dislikes
1'ccll1carlsf tion-s in for lvlonilc-s in a lvig: wayffllt-inlmCr of 004'
A good printvr.
CLAIJYS BIAIJL. 'tiilaclu Likes to rvacl anfl skvtcli Mom-
lrcr of 45, 34. 74, SU, 42 .X care-cr woman.
llliI.l'IN MARKO. "lllon4lic'V -.X territiic lnovic fan WBIBIII-
lmer of 19. 811. 29. 42. 44 .X future CIPA.
LaYICRNli lXl.XR'l'IN,X. 'tI.oVey"- 'Enjoys seeing good movies
4--Dislikes 'tsliow-otts'V AIt'll'llIC'l' of 42, 80. 2U A C0llllilOIIll'tl"l'
FRANCICS NICCORINIAVK, "Sis" f'ollcv:ts sonrenivrs Grcat
weakm-ss for uniforms Bleinlucr of 42 Ilopt-s to lvccomc "func
JOHN MIKO. 'lMik" lntc-rcsteml in stamps - Dislikes "hack
slapping" frienrlsff-VYQ-akut-ss for steak ancl frcncli fri:-s Mem
llcr 55, 23. 58. 27, 82. 9--.Xu aviator,
RICHARD MILLER, "DiCk"fInteresterl in rarlio and all
sports- Ilislikt-s pcssimists Hcinlmcr of 17, 63. 67. 3. 134-A
future radio QI'lgI1lt'C1'.
IZYELYN MORICC. "Evcy"-Likes to see lwskt. lwall ggamcsf-
Dislikes wc-ak-niinclerl lmoys Mciulrer of 42, 14. 44. 43 -I-Iopes
to be a success.
DOROTIIY MROFKA, "Ilottv"- Likes to rc-afl anrl tlance.
Dislikes sarcastic peoplcf lNIem11er of 42. 62, 65, Rl. 72. 51.
23' -I-lopa-s to lrcconw a good stenograplier.
MARIE HTVICIIRCKE. "lXIurpl1v" -Interested in flramatics
- -Ilislikcs gossip -ale-lnlurr of 45769. 71, 30, 42 CLette1'1. 31.
41. F9 Au accountant.
XY I-IS LEY M UNIJIL. "VVes"4Plays a "nu-an" clarinet-
DIt'llliJL'l' ot' .3 tI.L'ttcrJ, 5 tLm-tterj, 71. 30. JU, 17, SSYAH
MARY MI'SlL. MT. R." Enjoys sports anal reamlingffDis4
likes lJr:u4'g'arts-fSpL-cial weakness for clothes- -IlIeiul1er of 40.
58. .io .X typist.
FLORENCE NADLE. 'iFlossie"-Enjoys roller-skating and
souvenir collecting fXYcakncss for organ swing 1llllSlCr 1Xct1vC
in 42. 45, 75. 37. and 42' A future stenograpller.
RAY N.X'l'ZKl'l. "Gnats"--Spends time on plmtography and
piano accormlian- Ifxtra special weakness: plum flnmplings and
small girls---Active in 72. and 11--A future Civil engineer.
MARILYN NEIERIENSKY. "IlIair"-Finds special enjoyment
in C0l'l'r'SlJU!lIllIlgI NYeakncss is llauana splits- Active in 42-
Amlmition is to speak foreign languages fluently.
.XDEIJXF1 PACANI. "SatCl1"-Enjoys playing the piano anfl
ilancing Special weakness for RaviolifActivc' in 14. 44. 75.
XO. 43. and 22 .Xmlnition to do secretarial work.
FRIED PANCER, "Pants"fEnjoys all sports-fActire in
LORRAINE PAROVVSKI. "Lot"-Enjoys playing the ac-
cortlinn-Active on 53, and 45--Ambition to be air hostess.
SHIRLEY PICTRI. "Susie"-Enjoys dancing. swimming and
footlmall games -.Xctivc in 44, 42. and 48.
GEORGE PITTRICK. 'KI'cte"f Enjoys saving' stamps. clancinfz
4 Active in 75. 72. 44. 51, and 60'-flinginr-er.
LONRAINE PINTA. "Pima"-Enjoys bowling. plmn-grapliy.
swinnning- -Special weakness for inalu-cl milks Activa- 44, S,
42 and 36- Wishes tu Ivccume an c-Hicicnt we-cu-tzii'y.
LURRAYNE POPOVICH. "GrEenie"-Enjoy- dancing anvl
full:-1' skating Spa-cial weakness lui' rake-s ,Xctivu in 75. 14.
42, 77, and 08--XYisl1e-s to he a social vvurki-r an4l trawl.
IQSTIIICR RABINOVITZ. "lCssie"- Lilac- In wfiu- Nlmrt
elnriesfllislikes siilu-i'inr people Gm-s in fm' -wing music--
Mcinlrur of 52, 42, 75, 39 ,X Ri-cl Vruw Xinxu.
WILLIAM REILLY. "Bill"-Likes to nmkc CZITIOUIIQ Liki-N
Bohm-inian people ML-inlmcr of 78, 9. ll.:-tu-rl I-7 flax-5.1
llopcs tu bcvnnlc a cnnnncrcial cartoonist.
,IUIIN ROHS. "Rosey"1Activc on 68 lX'ic:--1,11-4,3 SN
11.1-tic-rl 71. 31, 54 .X fnturi- L-lvctrical l'lIgllIl'l'I'.
RORIQRT ROLONEC. "BuI1"fC0lluctS sIannw lim-s in fm'
"lIInn1Ic-Q' in a Ixig way- Enjoys fnotlrall anel Iva-elmall -,X
machinist- M1-inlwcr of SS. 7. 0.
YIIJIA SADA. "MickCy"- Cnllvcts fasliiun picture- Dil-
likca Cmuimm-ite-il people Gm-Q in fur potato cliips Active on
44, 42. 80. 16, 43- -A private si-crctary.
NORMAN SCHULTHESIS. "SchulIz"-Intcrf-Nic-fl in stznnp-
-Dirlikvs "L-xlliluitionists"---Likes Iwcaclcsl iwurlx clumps Active
in 72, 35 1l.L-Itcrl. 41 QLCIICYI- -An eiigim-cr,
XLXDELINE SETGESTA, "Lyllnv.-"-- Enjoys luuwlimz anil Nwini-
ining-Cm-5 in fm' hm fnilga- snnilacs INIL-n1Iwc-1' uf MJ, 45. 42.
75. Qlgllnpm-N lu sonic' clay visit Taliiii.
DORIS SITIDENSTICKER, "Doi'ry"---Colle-Cti dancv ri-crn'iI4
f-Gm-S in fur Imim-cunkiiig - .Xctivv on I. HID. 75 Private
FRANK SEJTKA. "Shake"-Can't ftanml fm-llnws who fall
for the same girl lie mines Liki-5 gnml ilam-i-1'w Klcnilucr nl
2.1. 45 Ll'rcs.J. 57 Ihlemlalrrl, 09. I3 'l'ri-af, of flaws A
,IOSl'Il'l'l SINSKY. "jus"--Dislikes "Mm-I4-1111 girl-" lim-N
in ini' Imriiiic-tics anzl :luck dinners Sli-inlu-r of 4-I. 55. Ss
FRANK SKACII. "SkatcI1"-Plays Il "nu-am" Nax Likw :III
Npnrls Blelillur uf 23, 4, 5 .X 1'I'IN'iIll' anvil-t:ix'3.
I"Ii.XNCliS SLOSMAN. 'KFan"- Lila-5 In fciica- Sli-inlwi' of
43. n9. 42. UQ. 23. fn llopn-f In lbk'C1IIlIx' a pwyrlinlugist.
SUl'llll'2 SlNlAii.XJ. "S, Il."- l,ikL's :ill wpnrleg nicc Clullh-Q
Xl:-nllvei' nf 42. 4.3. 53 l'l1ysiL'aI uliirziiimi In-iivlu-1'.
IMXIIIDIIC SMEKAL. "Lad"-Iiiti-1'i-stwl in iiri-arnis Kln-inlu-1'
uf 9 KIA-ttci' ansl Clic-vrunl. 52. If. J5i'n"yI XYan1s In inakc
I.I'L'll.l.I-I SHIRT. "Li1Cy"+l.il4L-4 in nlamcm- -HIL-iiilwi' nf 4.5
Llxhc-i'I. 42. SU. 22. 53 ,X C:li'i-ci' wnnlan,
NIARIIC SNYDICR. "flIcx"'- -lin-iny plaiing Ilim- niann and
dancing: Me-inlwi' ut' 4 lla-tti-1' :incl NI:-mlalsl. 42. Stl. 141-F53 57
- l'rivato Sm-c'3.
I..X YICRNIC SUl'Kl7I'. "law:-y" I.iIii-s tu play Ilia- niann
ancl colli-ct Qniivviiin-i's Xlcinln-1' nf 711, I. 42. and SLI Office
i'.X'l'llliRlNli SOVIS. "K:i5"- lawn-Q sliuwing' Kim-llilu-r of
42. 43. 4.3. anrl 75 XYisl1c-4 In ini-ct many nici- pc-nplv.
anllar lass of 1941
Ix'l'l7OI.1lll 1'l'Z.'II.-IX. "lx'1nly" Ifu'r'uy.v all .rf'm'l.v, uv'rln'1'y. amz' Imilrlfzlff nmn'rl yiivfafx -
11 -I I 7 4
.-Irfxfw nn-mlvw' nf ll, J, 7 , -If, Fl, .3, lf, and 67 -Ifu1yr1'1u'r1'---I?.1'f-Nt Lay ,SIIILWIIIIIII -
ELSIE STEJSKAL. "Els"-Likes to dance and skate--Dis
likes "Know-it-alls'5 :Member of 75, 42, 50, 32, 33---Stenog-
VIOLETTE SVETCOV. "Vi"-Likes to play piano-Has
habit of getting "crushes"--Member of 4, 42 CLetter and
EDNA SVOBODA. "Midge"-Interested in dramatics and in
books-Dislikes dull people--Member of 70, 44, 42, 75, 45, 69,
25, 59-A librarian.
DYMITREA TEMPLEMAN. KiDlHlH1lCly+ElljOj'S letter writ-
ing-Special weakness for fried chicken--Active on 44, 52--
An air hostess.
MILDRED TRAXL. "Millie"-Enjoys swimming and sun
bathing--Special weakness tor a car--Active in 75, 45, 69, 42.
-Spanish correspondent's private secretary.
EDVVTN TRIECLAFF. "Trigger"-Enjoys all sports and
dancing--Weakness tor pretty brunettes and malted niilks---
Active in 45, 56, 69, 71, 7. 23, 9.-A future Fire Prevention
Engineer or radio announcer.
BIARIE TUMPACH, "Mit"---Enjoys writing, saving book-
marks and souvenirs-Extra special weakness for being stub-
born-Active in 39, 42, 80, 1.
EMIL URBAN. "Lefty"-Enjoys music and stamp collecting:
-Extra special weakness for malted milks-Active in 45, 72-
XVishes to become a great musician,
EMMA URBAN. "Millie"-Enjoys playing the piano. collect-
ing recipes and souvenirs-Special weakness for music-Active
in 37, 42, 72, 62- -YVishes to become successful in the com-
mercial world aml to travel.
FAY H. VAVRINEK Likes reading and hiking-VVeakness
for ice-cream-Member of 53, 43 CV. Pres. and Letterj, 71,
45, 42-Wishes to become a comptometor operator.
OLGA VENHUDA. "Donna Rita"-Likes writing short
stories and collecting autographs of famous people--Member
of 70, 42, 75. 10, 64, SO, 45, 69--Vl'ishes to be an author.
JOHN VITT. "Vitt"- Likes all sports-VVeakness for roast
chicken and dumplings-Active on 10-A future printer.
JOSEPH YUKASOVIC. l'Joe"- Enjoys all sports---XVeakness
is pretty girls-Active in 6, 7. 79, 9, 72---VK'ishes to be a
major league player or a machinist.
NICHOLAS VVARDELL, "Nick"--Enjoys good books-Dis
likes "Pep talks"--Likes pretty girls-fllember of 38 fLetterl
-Wants to make a lot of money.
GEORGE VVILLIAMS. "VVilly"-Enjoys all sportsf-VVeak-
ness for "loud" clothes--Member of 5. 17-VVants to be a
GEORGE VVTMMER. "Lefty" liocs in for swimming and
lee skating-Member of 44. 75- -lVants to travel.
JAMES ZACH. 'lJimmy"-Interested in all sports- Dislikes
snoblnsh. girls--Member of 6 and 38 Ccliampsj 60 To get
along with people.
GEORGIANA ZEMICEK. "Georg"- Likes to sing and ice
skate--Dislikes 'Sshow-olfs"- lllember of 42. 43 flctterl, G5 -
JOHN' ZOUBEK. 'lZoub"--Goes in for basketball and horse-
back riding-Can't understand women- -Member of 7 CLetterl
' Vocation unmlecimlcll.
anuar C ass of I9-41
ARTHUR F. VONDRICK. "S1iark0"-Likes dancing, singing, and all ,vportx-Actf'L'r'
on 7, 45 II'res.j, 9 fl"1'Cv l'1'Ps.j, 70, 75, 69, 23, 6 f.'lIg1'.j, 31, 71, 21-Barkvtbnll roach--
Spovt columnist, prc.v1'dm1t of Honor Society-Clz0.vrn for this More berrrzfrc he is a ffm'
mnmple of a typical, wlzolcsome, all-round high school boy.
E. J. URBAN
E. M. URBAN
1 9 2 2 - 1 9 4 O
We miss him sorr, whose eager soul,
Poised high for sjzorfs and szzddmz mirfh,
Had almosf in xvholasiic' ran'
Rz'ua'hc'r1 gfl1dIlHfi0l7,S cherishvd goal.
His lowly 7I10fb!'I',S joy and f7l'I!Il',
Ha marfr fond plum for fufzlre yrars,
111111 nighflvy whvu his 'work was flow,
Hz' knvlf in jrrayvr uf hw' Jvar xin'z'.
Thwz l'dlIt'II' fhf Lord in Lll'l'l'IlfS swrvf
In ronffrmufioifx sarrml rifvg
Thr' las! fimc' af Lake Cdfl7l'7'ilII',X shorr,
"Como, follow Mr' fo fuflvlfxs light."
Om' cry for hvljv. The 'zvufvrs rlosvzf.
Ana' our lowrl frivml in 110660 rc'fmsr'zf.
By Miss MARY B. RHEUD12
NORMANIS DIVISION TEACPIER
7 Ig iz- Qfler,-asa
HENRY EHRICH FRANK SEJTKA MARIE KROC
INVITATION AND DECORATION COMMITTEE .... IRENE HORAK
CLASS DAY COMMITTEE ............. .... R OLAND MOELLER
BMS RHEU CLASSCWTTCERS
RING AND PIN COMMITTEE ............ . . . . . .FRANK ARIENT President
Hhs HHLMEYH CHESTER LACH
SENIOR DANCE COMMITTEE ............. ELEANORE HUBICEK
MISS CADY V ice-President
SENIOR PLAY COMMITTEE ............ ..... F RED PANCNER HENRY EHRICH
CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE .......... .... R OBERT BLAZEK T
MR. PROTTSMAN FRANK SEJTKA
COLOR, MOTTO, AND FLOWER COMMITTEE ..... EMMA URBAN Secrezary
SENIOR TEA COMMITTEE .............. .... J ERRY GABA
PRINTING COMMITTEE ............. I ..... EDWARD JEROUSEK
SENIOR BANQUET COMMITTEE ......... ..... H ELEN KASE Red, IVIIIIQ and Blue
FINANCE COMMITTEE ................. ..... F RANK SEJTKA v . ,
MRS' SCHELL M lute CEIPIIZIIIOII
SENIOR PROM COMMITTEE ........... . . .WILLIAM KOZELUH LIOTTO:
MISS CULVER Full Sp90cI AIIRQIII
CLASS GIFT COMMITTEE ............. ..... H ENRY EHRICH
CHAIRMAN OF CENTRAL COMMITTEE. . . . . . .Miss CULVER
ELECTION COMMITTEE ............... .... NI ISS
Page Ninely '
RALPH QUATRINE WINFIELD HELD CHARLES HLINKA FRIEDA JANTZ
JUNE CLASS 0F 1941 C
CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE ........
P'eSide"t DECORATION COMMITTEE ............. ..... L EOM LANZEL
RALPH QUATRINE MISS EDWARDS
. . SENIOR PLAY COMMITTEE .......... .... . AUGUST MACHURA
WINFIELD HELD v 1
PIN AND RING COMMITTEE .......... .... S IDNEY ROTH
Treasure, MR. FISHER
CHARLES HLINKA FINANCE COMMITTEE ............... ..... C HARLES HLINKA
5eC'e""Y SENIOR TEA COMMITTEE ..........,. .... E LEINOR LOIDOLT
FRIEDA JANTZ MISS BURSIK
SENIOR GIFT COMMITTEE ......... ..WINI-'IELD HELD
COLORS: CLASS DAY COMMITTEE ............. ..... H ENRY SCHMIDT
EIIIDIQIII Red and XVIIIIO MISS DRAU-'3
N Y SENIOR BANQUET COMMITTEE ...... .... V IOLA KROSLAK
I4 MR. RINKER
R94 Calmfloll PRINTING COMMITTEE .........,.... ..... H ENRY MARTIN
MOTT0: MR. BLOOM
, Fumu, Not to Disappoiut the PROM COMMITTEE .................. .... C EORCE SUSTEIL
Hope Of the VVOIIIII
ELECTION COMMITTEE ............
SENIOR DANCE .............
. . . .MR. MILLER
. . , ..... .... L ORRAINE EIS
CAKLIILLA HURDA. "Hrj?ir"--A11 amatrnr fwlayfiiriylzt- -Artzbe in 42 Kieffer and flirt'-
701152, 39, 45-A foreign currc.vp0nde11!tfActizfc mvmbvr in 9 dlif4'TC71f gr0u,'v.r-Special
Sl'P'T'1'L'U in G. A. 11. and Forum.
'une ffass of
RITA ADAMAITIS. "Ritzl'--Goes in for baton twirling- -
Dislikes history outlines- -Member of 70, 45. 72 and 42 -A
CLARENCE AIRHART. "Clar"-Interested in all sports--
Hates cut slips and teachers who send them---Member of 38
fLetterJ, 46 QLette-rj, 23, 3--A professional football player.
EDWARD BAJEK. "Ed"-Goes in for basketball-Likes
girlsfMember of 07, 75-4A machinist.
MARY BAKER. "Mar"-Likes to play a violin-Pet peeve:
conceited people'-Member of 57, 42, 45, 69, 70, 52, 39, 50
and 23-A business woman.
CHARLES BARDA. "Chuck"-Enjoys traveling-Special
weakness for rescuing Hdanisels in distress"-'A business man.
JOSEPH BARTA. "Joe"-Likes bowling-Despises home-
work-- Member of 3, 75- -A commercial artist.
EMIL BARTEK. "Lefty"-Likes to solve mysteries-Enjoys
hearing the latest hit songs--Future big league player.
DOROTHY BARTHOLOMEVV. "Dutch"-Like to read and
dance-Dislikes noisy eaters-Members of 42, 23---An ad-
ROSE BENDA. "R0sie"f-Plays the 'French Horn -Likes
roller and ice skating- --Active in 3, 55, 43, 40 CLetterD, 674
To continue her education.
MTLDRED BLAHUT. "Millie"-Likes all sports- -Dislikes
snohs---Member of 40, 43, 50, 42, 6, 23, 39, 15--A private
LILLIAN BLOOMFIELD ."Harris"-Enjoys sports of all
kinds--Special weakness ior tootball players-'Member of 22,
40-A professional model.
STANLEY IELLMBERG. "Pr0fess0r"- Interested in poetry
and great masterpieces. Enjoys beautiful music-Member of
37, 73 Business man.
RAYMOND BOBEK. "Bing"-Enjoys ice skating, fishing
and dancing- Active in 44 tpetterj, 223A future basketball
ROBERT BOBTSUD. "l3ob"- -Likes to make model airplanes
fDislikes false friendsfMember of 43. 67-An airplane
JOHN RONFIELD. "Bonnie"fLikes to loaf- -Enjoys good
hooks-Member of 84 CL:-tterb, 36 fLetterJ, 69, 70 CPres.j,
42 fCapt.J-VVants to live a happy life.
BIARJORIE BOUZEK. "Marge"fLikes to roller skate- -
lylember of 40. 27. 70 -Has hopes of becoming an air hostess.
ROBERT BRAUN. "Bob"fEnj0ys swimming' and dancing-N
Likes milk-shakes---Member of 72-A "grease monkey."
EILEEN BREDA. "I"fEnjoys dancing and swimming+Dis-
likes gunrcrackers--Member of 72, 42, 69, 29-A stenographer.
FRANK BROUSIL. "Sil"--Enjoys all sports Has grievance
against women bowlers Member of 8fVVOuld like to travel.
TEAN BROVVN. "Red"-Passion for red clothes and chop
suey-Membei of 42, 72, 39, 75-A dress designer.
DOROTHY BURCHFIELD. "D0t"ffLikcs to make scrap-
booksfllislikes untidy llCO1llC"lN1C1llll61' ut 42, 73. 43fA
JAMES BURDA. "Jimmy"--Interested in pliutographyf Spe-
cial weakness for blondes -Likes to bowl- fVVants to take an
LORRAINE BUSCHALTER. "Butch"- Likes to dance and
roller skate- -Member ot 4.1. 69. 4 Qlxfttcr and Medalsh, 45,
75--A successful business woman.
ELAINE BUSZKIEXVICZ. "Sentimental"- Enjoys bicycle
riding 'Dislikes conceited people--fMember of 42. 70. 43, 45f-
A career woman.
FRED CAKORA. "Fritz"fSaves stamps- Dislikes girls who
look like painted lndiansf-Enjoys bowling To bc a good
CATHERINE CANIK. "Kitty"---Enjoys bowling. swimming
and tennis-fLikes bruncttcs Member of 42, 75. 45. 42fA
TERRY CARPENTER. "Red"f Enjoys hunting and Fishing
- Dislikes fads-AMember of 6 llopes to get a good job.
MARY CARRABOTTA. "Mar"- Likes dancing and sketch-
ing--fDislikes "two-timers'V Member of 42 CLcttcr and Chev-
roni, 72. 45. 43, 69, 32--A secretary.
RAYMOND CECH. "Check" Likes to play king-kong' Of
Course his weakness is girls XVants an ordinary job with
PETER CHARTIONNEAU. "Pete"---Makes model airplanes
- -Dislikes conceited girls-f Member of 71, 9 CLcttcr5. 119. 45' -
Hopes to bc a success,
FRED CHOTT. 'tFritz"-'Likes to draw cartoons Dislikes
"fair-weather t'riends"f Member of 9. 45. 119. 7l- A commer-
FRANCES CHRASTKA. "Dollie" Likes all sports Crazy
about chocolate ice cream ltlembcr of 14, 42, 44. 23, 39. o9 f
A successful business woman.
AGNES CIMRALISTA. 'tlllackieu Makes a hobby out of
meeting people Great weakness for olives -ltlember of 42.
47 CPres.J- A dress-designer.
LESTER COHN. t'Les"- Enjoys classical music Kleinber of
30, 75, 45. 69. 70. 51. 70. 59 'A research doctor.
LVCILLE COLE. "Frenchie" Enjoy- dancing and bowling
- Likes soft romantic music Member of 23, 42, 7ll NYants
to go to Texas.
BETTY COMER, "Nets" Likes all sports Dislikes con-
eeited people Member of 4.2. 72 XVants to become a grad-
ALVIN COOPER. "Al" Enjoys sports anil reading Dis-
likes hypocrites Member of 38. 75. 70 A criminal lawyer.
NVILLIAM CRAINE. "Bill"- Iuterestefl in radio work
Member of 35. oi. 55. 76. 1.9 .X radio operator.
HELEN FVNR. "Red" Likes dancing and skating' llisl
likes nosey people Member of 79. 42. 45, o'-J, 72. .ill To be.
come an BLD,
ELEANORE DANEK. "Norie"--Enjujs skating and dau"-
ing- Member of 43 LLctterJ. 53. ZS. 71. 119, 42. 44 .X good
C ass of 1941
.4I.H'Y.Y CIIOIJOIC.-I, 'I-11" ffujujx-.r roller Xlfllflillfl and dllllflilljl' fDi.vI1'l.'1'.v f01zn'z't4'r1
fwufvlv--JWz'n1lvFr of 68, 85, 43, 67, 71' -I.Sim'.2, 48 fTr4'u.r.Q, 22, 37- -C'.l'.."1.' --17111 out-
Sftllldlillff work on flu' '-IU and '41 1.017 as fvlmtourafliy cdffrlr.
CERTRFIPII DOIfF.'ll.4A'. "Orrin" 'LI'kt'.Y to wan' Drfcxfx T111'di1n'.v.v-A.4ri1'z1f in 76
fl'rt'.v.l. 70 fIfr1'.!. 45, 62, I9 .4 fulnrr Iilwurialz All nruzrlid 1'.rt'1'II1'r1t slildmif, .vfrfml
.rt'rz'zt't' wr Hn' Scroll 111111 Siirdcllt G1r1'dam'f.
tune ffass of
JOSEPH DANTINO. "Cutic"fEu,ioys lmasclmall and tlauciug
- Mcinlmcr of 9 Hopes to lat-couic at luig league player.
JAMES DEAL. 'KJiui"--Appreciates good music Enjoys trav-
eliugff-Mcuilzer of 72, 9- Hopes to join Cliieagtfs police force.
JACK DEMPSEY. 'KStrap"fI.ikes all Sports-fActive in 78
Cl.etterl, 3. 44 tf'apl.,J, 75. 72, 58' Desires. to enter cn-
VVIELTANT DEBIPSEY. Ullilll'-+Likes ping-potlgg'-YYiltl allout
milk shakes -Active on RS. 7. o fAu electrical cngineer.
GEORGE DESCHAMREALY "Dasl1"-Collects pins and
nictlals- Member of 8, 55, 35. 9. 21 f-Hopes to succeed in all
DORIS DOI-HZERTIN. "lJoliln"- Collects soux'cuirs-flJi:-
likes conceitcd people Likes to catffllenilmcr uf 42, 4444
VVants to get nlicacl.
AGNES DORESH. 'tAg"fl.ikes lvicyclingz :intl roller skating:
ffActive on 70 COftice Blg.I1'.'fT1l4lllE'l'l, 44, o9, 42. 39- An
EUGENE DONARSKL L'Gene"-Likes all sports Appref
mates lreautiful girlsf-Active in 75, 70. fi, 35. 23, 9'-An
STELLA DRABEK. 'KStc'l"?DislikQs conceitetl pcoplefLovcs
cauclysllfenilver nf 42 -VVoultl like to tour Soutli America.
EDVVARD DRNEK. "Eddie'y-Plays drums with small lwanvl
gllislikes jittcrlmugs-f'Member of 9 fLetter5. 75fXYants to
be a success.
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DOROTHY DUNOVSKY. "Dot"-Intc-rcstcrl in lmth typcs
of skating --Sp:-cial weakness mr atliletcs -Aitinlrcr of 69, 4,
ETH EL DVORAK. "Etl1"-f'LikcS to keep SC1'Zl1!-l.JOUkS'-hIClll-
ber of 42, 72, 73, 39fA private secretary.
MARY ANN DVORAK, 'tMickey"--Likes all sportswlloes
in for footlvall lteroes---Meinlrei' of 42, 44, 23--'Ari aviatrix.
JACK IJXVYER. "'lack"f fl,ikes all sports' -Dislikes home-
work -XVild aliout corncd beef and calmllagef-Melnber of 34
A sports star.
LORRAINE ETS. "Tsh"- Enjoys dancing and lmwling-Dis
like-s conccitctl boys' Menilicr of 76, 71, 45, 80, 75, 42, 69, 70
DALLAS ERCHULL. "Dal"-Likes to roller skatcfllasket-
hall mauagerfA "grease monkey."
TONY FATKUS. "Fake"-Enjoys Swiiiiiiiiilgffloes for
K'lJlUllfl6'S,,7'luE'I'IllJCf of 78, 23- -Tn join the U. S. Navy.
JOSEPH FARRELL. "Joe"--Likes basketluall-ltfenilrer of
37. 3' fA future sports star.
GLADYS FENCE 'Ktilacl" lutercstecl iu all sports -Goes
in for beautiful clotliesf-Menilmcr of 45, 72, 42, 23, 29-A
BETTY FERREE, "Bets"-Likes swimming and dancing-A
llemlser of 43. 23. 47, 42' A future air hostess,
EMIL FILIP-Enjoys all sports, Hshiug and liuntingfSpe-
cial weakness for girls- Active in 9, 69, 38-VVants to travel.
EDWARD FORBES. "Frog"-Enjoys roller skating---Special
weakness for good food -Active in 0, 46, 23-A good job
with little work and good pay.
HELEN FORMANEK. "Boots"-Enjoys collecting coins and
pinsfVVs-akness ia banana splits :it a certain placef-Member
Of 75, 69, 42, 50, 39, 45.
ROSE FORT. "Ro"-Enjoys collecting photographs-Special
weakness for ice cream-Member of 42, 73 Wishes to get
a good job that pays well.
AIILDRED FRANCIK. "Mida"-Enjoys crochetiugfSpecial
weakness for cokes- Member of 72, 4.2, 13- -A future stenog-
GEORGE J. FUKA. "F0oka"+Enjoys reading dime novelQ--
Sociable redheaslw bewarew Member of 4 ffour yearsl, 45.
39, S, 23fTransport pilot,
RILL GAGO-One of Farragut's ilhZ11llS,'fDElEStS jazz-how
ties-lllember of 03, 394 Commercial radio operator.
GEORGE GAMRINI. "Jay---Enjoys music -Detefts red nail
polisll-lllemlwer of 4. 7 fManag.:erD Draftsman.
LEONARD GARDNER-Enjoys discussion groups-Active in
CIIESTER GASIOR. "Greek"---Enjoys pliotoginpliy-akctive
ln 13, 45, 9, 69--Business man.
PATRICK GEARY. "Bud"-Enjoys all sports---NVeaknt-ss
for good foodf-Member of 40, l.lf--Salesiuan.
VVALTER GENIBALA. "XVally"-DetcSts being' called Gum-
balls"-Rlondes beware Member of 13 Orchestra lender,
WILMA GRATCHNER. "VV'ilIie"-Weakness for pretty
clothes-Active in 70, 45. 45, 42 iLetterJ-Future private
THADDEVS GRONKIEXYIVZ. "'l'e4l"- -Deli-sts conccitccl
girls'-Member of 44, 45.
l-'AVL GROSSBIAN. HJl'.H+lllfLl't'4f in re:1tliug4Men1bcr ot'
MARGARET GULEZYNSKA. "lNIargie"fEnjoyS all sports
-Yveakness "dark eyesu- Member of-12. 72, 39, 7---Secretary.
RVTH HANVS. "Rutliic"-fliujoys tennis--YVcakticss for
beautiful clothes- Member of 71. 42, 23. 29, 73fXVatits to
RALPH HARLA-Enjoys pllotograpliy-Loves fried chicken -
Active in 57 Lpinsl, 75- Architect.
GLENN HEINZ-Enjoys all sporta--Active in 3--Special
weakness for liamhurgcrsw Pilot,
XVINFTELD HELD. "XYinuic" Enjogw all sports- -Active in
6. 31 fchillflllllllj, 39, S, 25 Claw Vice-President-f'l'ool and
une C ass of 1941
IIILDIIGARDE HORIi.'YI. "Il1'Idv"- -Collvfts llllfUfU'llf'Il.V of f41HLOH.V .vpi'tlkm'.t, mwmm'f:1'.v
.filly fl0!'Wl.Y'M'IllILf.Y fa follow tvarlrirrgf or jour'm111'.tvx p1'of4'.v.tio11---.'lI4'mbvr of ffl, 7fm, li,
44, 69, 19, 26, 5, 51, 75 Quill and Scroll lzruzlrd L'o-rdllim' of tllt' IGH Iafgr, .Y..S'.l'..I.
H OJ DIK
J AN DA
J U RCA
VIOLET IZYDOKSKI. "Vi"- fI1ztz'rf'.rfe'd in 7Ilft'I'f01' dCf01'GfIil1!l"DiS1ik?J noisy z'att'r.r
and Imfd 1111711 clirfwnyz- fArti7m uuvazbvr of 42, 30, 69, 45, 42, 51' ls ills' .S7l1lHfllf01'1'HY1 of
Juni' rlrzss Firtnrz' Tmrlicfz
une Class of l94l
SOPHIE IIINICH. t'S0pl1"- Enjoys all sports and collecting
pictures'-Active in 42 A future beauty Operator.
NORRERT C. HITZEMAN. "Hitz"ffDetests Speed Signs' -
Special weakness is reckless driving -Active in 4, 75, 3, 67-
A future undertaker.
HARRY HITZKE. "Hitz"' 'Goes in for all sports- -Likes
lmrunettes Memlmer of 7 tLctterl, 73. S ClNieclalsDfA mechan-
CHARLES HLlNKA, "Cl1uck"fEnjoys collecting airplane
picturesw Active in 71. 39. 78 13 Lettersl, 77. 23. and Class
Treasurer- City Champion in Gymnastics-A future airplane
PAVL HOJDIK. "Hnnk"- -Detests girl smokers- Active in
Xe -A future Arco mechanic.
LEONARD HOJNECKT. "Leiy"- Enjoys all sportsf-fActivc
in 21, 9 CLetterl, 75-fVK'isl1es to lie a C.P.A.
VVESLEY HRADEK. "VW-s" Enjoys ping-pong Active in
57 CLetter, 4 yearsl- A future violinist.
GEORGE HRDINA. "Howl" -lieware blondes--A future
Aeronautical engineer- fTaken part in intramurals.
TRENE FIROCH. 'llke" -Enjoys howling and swimming--
Active in 42, 44. S VVislies tn gn tn South America.
LA VERNE HUEHNER. "Lnvey"--Enjoys sewing--XVealv
ness for chocolate ice cream Active in 42. 45 and 72 A
Page Om' HIl71tlV't'tl Tu 0
HONVARD HUSA. "Go0se"f' Enjoys driving.:--fWVcakneSS is
inferiority complex Active in 75. 69f -Wishes to lie a success.
DOROTHY IACEK. Hjaseur Enjoys parties-Weakness for
flirting Active in 51, 49, 80. 42f -A future traveler.
HEATRICE .lANl1A. "Believe Enjoys all sports Active in
71. 76. 42 tLetter and Clierroiil, 45. 75, 39, 76, 69-f A
future wnrker in science.
VALERIE JARZAU. "Val"4fEnjuys all sportsfActive in 75,
39. 42 QLetterJ, 72. 70. 09- A future teacher.
FRANK JAVVORSKL "Frankie"f Enjoys swimmiuy:ffActive
in 9, 76, 69, 35 A future mechanical engineer,
JOHN JINDRA. "Honza"---Makes nindel airplanesf-fDislikes
school' 'Member of Z1 QVice l't'es.JHAiin's to lie a family
HATTIE JONKEL. "Hatl"f- Likes swimming Dislikes cow-
lmys Active memlmer of 42, 43 tLetterJ, 77--Aims to be
a good stenograplier.
ELEANOR JURCA. "Jurc"- -Likes all sports Member nf
23, 45. 42. 75. 4 tStuclent Dir.J--A commercial illustrator.
MAX JUSEVVlf'II. "Maxie"' Likes lvtmks auil stamps Active
member of 70, 75. 39. 35. 45. 70. 119 'A clieniical engineer.
ROBERT' KAHAT. "lS0l1"f fEnj0ys bowling: and dancing -
Likes girls Alemlpcr uf 70 tEtl.J, 70 tYice-I'res.j, 39-
FLORENCE KACZMARCZYK. HLilltH"lxIt'1lllJf'l' uf 42, 41.
-43 and 72 A future SlCllUgl'8l!llCY.
LOl'lS KALOVSEK. "L0uie"- Special weakness for Pepsi-
fula .X nwinlwr nf 13. anil .1 Future salesman.
LOl'lSE KAMINSKI. "Red" Enjoys collecting pictures nf
Efrpl Flynn Xlcnilrcr of SU. 51, 42, 69 and 49 NVould like
CHARLES KAPER. "Cliuck"- Enjoys all sports Special
vvcaknt-ss fm' fri:-il chicken lllenilrer of tv tLette'1'Jf -llaselmall
IRENE KARASKIAN. "lkey"- Plmtograpliy. Scraplmnks. lif-r
favorite liulrlrirs Mc-iiilu-1' nf 42 tl.vtt0rj. 45. 09. 75 and 1-H
HELEN KAZDA. "Hanan" lNlen1lrei' dt' 09 anrl 75. l7ntin'v
HON KElll.l'SEK. "Ki-lilly' Likvs l'l1ntogi'apl1y Nlcinlwr
uf 411 XYants to travtll.
MARION KESSEL. "Maii"'ff'Likcs dancing and swimnnn
- Mviiilmr ut 42. 45. ln. 9. 70 NYants to travrl.
lilJXY,XRD KILLHOFF. "Killc1"'--Likes inorlc-l plant- linilrl-
INLI Nloinlu-r nt' tv. 71. SS. 70. 78. S. rm. 23 Cnpmin tif
lfI.ORENl"E KLEBCHUCK. "Klein"-'Likes zlanring :intl
pnng-pmng AlK'Il1l!t'1' nt' 42, 45. 09, 711 Future -tcmiuvaplu-11
'une flass of
MILDRED KLIPERA. "Klip"-Likes fnilgc suntlacs- Mein'
her of 42 -VYants to travel.
MILDRED K1.lMA. "M.illic"+fLikcs baton twirling anfl
dancing Mcnilmer of 42 l"ntni'v privatc score-tary.
ETHEL KLOVZER. "lllnmlie"f'l.ikcs tlacing and roller
skating llenilvcr of 42. 43 lfiitiirc t3pist.
ROBERT KNAHLEIN. "Hob"-'Likes airplane aml liant
models' Rollei' skating and dancing,
IRENE KNIZE. "l"fLikes dancing. bowling. anml swinmiinp.:
- Moxiiliei' nt' 42. 4.1, 8 l"ntui'c- nursc.
GEORGE ROE Likes dancing. swiinining and lmrscliack
riding Mcnllzci' of 45. 74. 39. SID.
REINHOLIJ KOENIU. "Rcenasy"- Likes spnrts Mn-iiiluur of
55 and 44.
XYll.LlAXI KOIIOUT. "Bill"-Likes skating Mcnilmr nt' N1
anrl 72 lfntnrc interim' tl9CU1'2liU1'.
DALE KOONTZ Likvs to reall. likrs all spurts Mcltllvcr
uf 111. 42 ancl 47 l'i'u.,:-:imial pl14n1igraplici'.
GEORGE KORUIK. "Rt-cl"f Likcs tisliing antl hunting
Klvinlmci' nf SS and 44.
FI?l1ilIA JAXTZ. "1"1'i!:i" flliixir Inv' f1l'Z'U7'l-fl' Imlvby .lll'II1l7l'f of 42-, 57. 09, 72
and 75- Futzm' Stt'fm1m1f'ln'r Svrrrtliry of fum' Class 1,l'l-l1t'lif'l1l Cvllzxt in On'ln'.vtrt1,
nmx? 1't'fU'l'X4'lIfI1flT't' lllllilflitlll in hrr flaxs.
Klil l LITCIEK
R,f1I'.lT0.Vl7 lx'f1SIff.. "I'?r1y" f'nIlm'f.v Krizitk-ki1al'k.v -Hairy kvwfc'-if-n1l.v -.A1r't1'f'r in
0. 17, 6, 384-P1'L'.v1'di'ri! of Furizmf Prvx. pf Bojuv' Clzorzr.Y-falfvdill in Iwwliflgl -I.Uttz'r5 in
Inrsvlvllll, Inlskcfball, and Boyx' CflU1'1lS'gf,411U?l1I'S uf Iizirrmiizrul sfmiv.
une C ass of 1941
SYLYIA KORYAS. "Syl"f-Like-Q clzincin: and most :ill
Qiiurts- Hates getting up in the IllU1'llIIlQ"'3U. 42 ilftter and
Pink, 69, 7, 3 -A good 5fC!lOQ!'ZllIIlt'l'.
ICI.IZAIlIC'l'H KOSAK. "Bctty"fAilores rnlloi' skntiiig-Div
like-Q cmlilmy pmiplt- 1'I:iniIuiii'g'ui'5 :mil fiwncli fi'iesf42, 44
- A xi-l'i'n'I:li'5.
VIRGINIA KOSAR. I'Virg"-Likes dancing and swimming
C:1n't ftnnil rrfurikwl -L-:inn nn girl-' finclsinuf Sweets her
vv'E:ikncsQ -42 llmttci' :mil Pinl. 45. 69. 39. 23, 43, 72.
I.l'IDMlI.A KOZICLIIH. "I.iirli1y"-fl',uve5 listening to Swing
nniwic Ilixlikg-Q :i -Iiiiiiiy ilrcsfur- I'Il!'I!TCl'S 42 l'LCtter and
Pini. Sli. ...I A stewnrclcss.
IERXVINIKOZELIIH, "VVl1itcy"fCuIle-ct: pictures of fn-
mnus zirlwtr fXVn-zikiieff. vnc girl .38 QLctt6i'I. -Hi Cllettcrj,
71, 75, Ll. 9 An t'It'L'll'ICIIlll,
IRENIC KOZIJIXYSIQI. "RviiLc'4 ilillecting ivicuirs' D051
cards Ilntcs Qniilw Dick Icrccnf inuiic her fzivoritefllfetn-
Iier uf 42,
EMILY KRAL. "Snm1'ty"- XYcz1lc11ss4: I1 tzill. dark. and
IIZIHIISUZIIC num 12. 39. JS. nfl St:-iivmi':ii1Iiei' with ri handsome
lNlARl"IfI.I.A KRAIJJYICG. 'i3I?ll'lf'H' Allivvc-F nice Clothes-
43, 42. 44,
ICVIZLYN liR.X'l'liY, "l'liiL'kiL"' Liliex Swift! fuul CDIIECt5
pliotrwggrziiwllf Active in 4 fLl'liL'l',. 42. 45. 06-' Bluwic.
RUIEFRT KRIIFC "Holi" Plmtn i"1 ilu Imlulwic' FIHKIF
. A . ,. - .Q .i 5 --
sclinul Ins pet in-eve I.nnQ ziiitrnucilnle trip ole: Member of
TS Mzikv 11 lot uf inruncy.
Pugr' Om' HlllllIl't'l, Four
IJULORES KREMMER. "Dynni'nite"+Likcs to ili'nw4A
Dislikes ziinzitcuit Iiirnrx Mcinliu' of 42. 70. 75- A dress de-
.IICRUME KRIYANEK. "Itza"AALik0S Iiriwling and tennis-W
Finds uimil ioocl Il xv:-ziliiiv-N 57 flmtie-i'r. LN, 75--fAn1biti0n:
IAIRRAINE KRIZEK. "Lo1't'y"fColIects souvcuii's---BIcin-
liar of 42. 72--fXY:ints in iiiur the ll. S, A.
YIOLA KROSLAK, '4Vi"- fEn-iuys d:n1cin2fGocS in for
fontlmll Iici'0eifAUtive in 75. 45. 69, 43 KIA-ttcrl. 39, 30, 42,
55'-'A private Secretary.
ARTIIVR KRUK. "I.cfty"-'ffiillerti liair riliImnSfDiSlikcS
"te:acl1z-fs 1lCfi7."'BICYllIJSl' of fi. Cm. 6. S f-Xhints to join
JERRY Kl,'BIC'K.X. 'llnrwlav' - - Collects books - Active
in 57. 75- A chemical czigiiivw.
GEORGE KUCERA. 'IKutCl1"- Gtici in for Spnrts-Can't
stand quiet peugiic--fllciiilmui' uf SS LI.cttCrD-A family man.
MARGARET KVCIIAR. "Kncliie"+Likcs to drmccfActive
in 42 CPinD-A ilivticizzn.
VIRGINIA KULAKOXVSKI. "Cliickic"-Collects records--
Disliko: snnlms-Meinln-i' nt 42-Wants to be a success.
ROR ERT KUTCIIAN. "Kutch"-Builds model airplanes-
llislikes Hnnl cxainb Mcnilmer of 9 CLetterJ-A tool and
die nizlker. I ffl
LURRAINE KYSILKA. "Kysic"-Likes all Sports nurl
dancing Goss in for nicc clotlius Mcxulmcr of 42. 09. 45, 73,
39. 52. 25. 43- XY:mts to travel.
I.Il.l.I.X5 Ll'li,XSIli. "Lil"-'fl.iki's :ull spufls Nlcililu-x' ut
4.2. lvl. 1... 4a .Xu .ui Ntcxnxinlwf.
N.XlillC l..'XllllCL. "May"-Collects "snaps"-Ui4lilies cou-
Ccitwl puwpli- Xlenilwl' of 42, 41, 50 A acc'i'vt:i1'y.
Jicmu' LANIER. '4Jer',fLikeS iioxingffrmigiiki-Q Clmimi R.lU'AlRl'.3lAlUilf' i'RlCl",'.li"i"f'S H11 w+H'lN UW 1
uuwic lm! guts iu for swing in 11 big wily' Nlvmlxcr of 3. UA-2 ludll 'll 1-"Nl lulul' m"ll"""t'
LICUNA LANZEL. "Lee"--Lilies to dance :mil sketch 4 EIIXXQXRIJ Mjfli. K'Bifl1op"f--Enjoys:illspark l':u'iirip:uw
Mcmln-1' of 42, 45. 09, 23, 52. 41, 75 A mln-NN nlcaigucr. in ilitle-rent spurta Tn join tlu- UlliC2lQlU Pulicu l"m'ri'.
LEONA LEO. "Ymicy"-Collucts old uc-w-pznpcrs-4314-iuluci' FRANK BlACll.Xl.lili. "M:1c"- Swimming tl-mu.
uf 419. 42. 45, 72. 75 A future surguml.
YLAIIIMIR MACIIALEK. "Y1ck"-fL1l,ca :ull xp-mx IL-
l'4li.X'l'Rlf'E l.lElll2RM4XX, liliCllC,,'EI1jl7j'i all sports - ture "jun bmw" tics--fllupcs to lm-cuuic si li-Maul.
Liks-N people with Il an-uw of humornlllciixlyci' of 42, 72, 44.
CLARA LYSEK. "ll:xl1u"---I.iliCs to Nlillll' :mul Ii-ll llislilwx
cmicritml prrple Mi-mln-r of 41. 44. 75 .X mliuu- wlixll' clerk.
39. SU. 45 A Court i'c'pm'tur.
l'IS'l'lll'1R BLXCIK, "Xippic" f Follcfts "snaps" 4 f llvu-N14
cmmccixml pi-uplc Blcullwr uf 73, 4.2, 44, 77' -.X gnml lmim-
STANLICY LTSS. "l7ux"- Coos in fm' lll1flU1LfI'IlDlIj' Likes wifc,
only certain typus rf girls Mcullmcr of 75 ,X stcilograplle-i'.
IIICLEX M.XLliKOYlC. l'l3lm1clie"- Likes tall. clzxrlx, :nu
MICYER Ll'l"l'. l'Xlikc"'f lim-4 in fm' :ull sports---Ilislikce liznulwuv pcuplc Nl:-uilwr uf 42. til. 23. ui .X lumlvl.
lmnlcwurk Bli'lI'llM"l' ot 3. 70. l5 -A grvixt CllCllllSt.
CASIMER Bl.Xl.INOXYSKI. "C:1scy"f-'Likvs mllcr Nlvmting
ICLIEANORE LOIDOLT. "lil"-Likes to ice mul rnllc-r :kzxtr
- lim-s in fur smnlu-rn frii-ml rhickcu -Blcuilnsi' of 4.2 Qlmttvr
:luml flu-vrmll. 45. 79. 6944-'1'ypist.
ROIIICRT LUl'KO'l'A. "l!ulu"f -Likes Swimming :xurl lnaicluzill
llctwt- "Npui1gci'N"- Illvurlvc-r of 9 All :lii'pl:mv pilot.
and awimuiiug Xlcmlmer uf 78 Kl.c1tcrJ, 77. 75 'lkml :nu-l -lie
IUHX MALONEY. "Irish"-Goes in fur tiqurc 5k:xtiur:'--4
llctests l1uu1ewu1'k Meiulwi' uf truck fc-zuu kl,c'ttn-rl, 2.5. 77. 0
Ll.6M6'1'5f'-XY:l11ts tu go tu cnllvsgv.
une lass of 1941
ZLIARIE Kli'.A1JC0l'lC". "S'11m'1y" Iinjulvx jiutv f'ltI,Yl-IH! ,'lll'l1Il'1'l' of 4 flvtlwrl, 57, 45,
69, 75, 71, 424--lV1'.vlrv.v tu Iuvunli' a fL'l1L',IL'l",il!A1Xfl'l' f1'uti.vt, x41fi.vfii'a' will: lmflziug 11195
JUNE KRIFG. AKB1'FI1dHi,'G0F.V in fm' all sports, especially arrhvry-fDet1':f.r f'g0ti.tf.rW
.4ctz'w in 39, 42 KI'rr.v,j, 45, 44, 69, 20---Izztwior l7er01'afor---Clroxrn bernnxc fo her fue
n'iu'lc in the lj. .-1. .'1. zrlzcrc size :von her letter and four elzermizs.
une lass of 1941
FRANK INIAREK. 'LTootQ"-Likes all sports-fMen1ber of
6, 7f-A physical eilneatinn director.
MILTON NIARIES. AAMuttS"-fflnteresterl in pl1otograpby--
Illember nt' 23, 44. 07.
HELEN NIARKYART, "lNla1'ge"--lines in for ice-skating -
Likes tn have fun- ,Xleniluer nr 13. tw, 42- A STCTl02'I'Z1Dl19l'.
HENRY MARTIN. "Hank"-Plays a "mean clarinet" -
Bleniber of 4 il.ette1'j. mf. aa. 13, .VJ A printer.
GEORGE MARUSZAK. "Polak"-Saves airplane pictures
MASEK. "Mnsl1"-Interewted in artf--Goes in
--fDIember ut' 44, 67, 63. 3.
for lvlnncles- Member 9. 7 tl.ette1'J.
likes slmw-offs lines in fm' pnpnlar mnsicfA successful
loud eaters- lNIember nf
42, 7- --To
39. 70, 75
MATOVSEK. "Mutt,'-Likes all sports-Dis'
39. -il. 29--A stenographer.
MEHALL. 'Max"---Save-Q pennies- -Member of
be a secretary.
MELICHAR. "Mel"- Enjoys all type: of music
"big heailsu---Meniluer of 4 CLetterj, 78 fLetterD,
. 15, 35W-A chemical engineer.
LILLIAN MELKA. "Lala"fEnjoys reading Dislikes
peuple Member or 52. bu A Bohemian teacher.
MA RKVA RT
MIC! IN A
EDVVARD MENDEL. "Mouse"-Likes baseball and basket-
ballffllislikex cfmeeited people" lllember of 72- -A tool and die
ELYSE METLICRA. "Dee-dee"-Enjoys emicerts-Member
nf 4lf- An accountant.
JOHN MICHNA. "Jol1nny"f-Likes all sports-f-Goes in for
linme-cooking: Member of 38-
STANLEY MIKA. "Mike"f
7, 38. 6, 84' Hopes tn travel
MAX MIKOLEJESKI. 'ljns
and liockey-ffAppreciates girlsf
of S--fVN'ants to join
A master machinist.
Enjoys S110ff9'GOCS in for
far and wide.
t Plain Max"-fLikes bowling
Member of 44- Tool and die
"Roy"-Goes in for lmatingfAMember
e n. S, boast tjnard.
"Bob"-Loves turkey dinners - VVants
"Bill"-Likes to go tisl1ingfDetests
DOROTHY MITCHELL. "Dots"+Colleets buttons--Merm
ber of 69. 75. 45, 72, 42 -To be a snceesstul stenographer.
RICHARD MOOREHOUSE. "Dick"-Enjoys sports and
dancing -Vkleakness for brunettes--Active in 9, 79, 23vA
ROBERT MRAZ. "Bob"- -Enjoys golf and music-Weakness
for new cars -Active in 4 CLetter and Medalsl-A future
JOE MFKLEITVICZ. Enjoys sports and reading-VVeakness
for whipped cream pies-Active in 44 fCaptainJ.
RAYMOND MUZIKA. "Muz"f-Enjoys music and baseball
-Active on 6, 9, 09, 71---A career in music.
IJOLORES S. NELSON. Enjoys tobogganning-VVeakness
for fudge sumlaes Active on 52, 23, 42, 69, 39'VVisl1es to
be a good stenographer.
RAY NERAD. Active in intramural sports-Wishes to he-
come a pilot.
I-IAZEL NEUINIAN. Enjoys roller skatingfMember of 43,
424VV1shes to be an air hostess.
GERALDINE NEUZIL. "Gerry"-Detests cracking of
knuckles--Member of 14 tLetterJ, 42---Success in business.
FRANCES NOVAK. "Blondie"-Likes dancing-Member of
92, 44-fA future nurse.
NUI-lllklll. NOVAK. HBO"-Likes baseball---Member of
44. 72. 55. 4l-- A future accountant.
DOROTHY B. NOVAK. "Dot"-Likes saving love poems-M
Member of 72, 42, 39---A future dress shop owner.
MIRIAM NOVALICH. "Mir"-Enjoys collecting stamps-
Member of 45, 69, 39, 57, 42, 52, 41, 10- -A future dietician.
ESTHER ORTNER. "Es"-Enjoys basketball and badmin-
ton'-Dislikes unfrienilly people Member of 45, 42, 69, 10---
SYLVIA PAZEREKAS. "Sip"--Likes swimming and roller
skating-Member of 42, 44, 65--Wants to work in an office.
ELEANOR PECA. "Honey"--Collects wish bones-Iklcmber
of 42-Appreciates gcod art---Cuninlercial artist.
VIRGINIA PELKA. "Peewee" -Likes roller skating and
dancing-Member of 45, 69, 40, S0-A stcnographer.
ERVENA PERENA. "Lefty"- -Enjoys baseball and skating
- -Iaetests stuck-up people- ---- Iwlcniber of 57, 69+Tool and die
LOUIS PETRASEK. "I'ete"f-Collects stamps-Special weak-
ness for food- Member of 4 1MeclalsJ---Tool and die maker.
ANNA PETROS. uSCllDllfllU' -Enjoys dancing and swim-
ming--Member of 44, 42. 43- -To sing with swing band.
EDVVARD PEYITTS. "Ed"- Likes to roller skate Meni-
ber of 9 QLette1'jf'I'nol and :lie maker,
une Class of 1941
MARIE CHRISTINE KRYL. "Mimi"-Fond of Ice Cream and jiJtcrbuggingAAr1iw'
mem-ber of 70, 1, 45, 23, 19, 59, 42, 69, Senior play cast-lllanaging Editor of tin' Scroll,
Quill and Stroll award, Student Chairman of '39 N.S.P.A. Convention at Hofrl Stvvms
and attrndcd '40 C'a111'vut1'011.
N OVAK, F.
AUGUST F. MACHURA. "Augie"-In so many act1'z'itiv.v his Izard to lcvvk trark of--
Active in. 25, 21, 71, 45, 76, 67, jgfcillllifll for sfwrial lzonor In'ruxl.vr' of lzfx :c'il1i1:g11e.rs
Yo voofvrratv, lzfx dramufir ability and lzix friv11f1Iim'.v.v -l'rz'n1i'r.
'une ffass of
GEORGE PICHA. "l-'stew' fEnjoys wrestling and boxing--De
lights in chocolate malted n1ilksfPrinter.
EILEEN PIERRlTZ. "I"-Hates eating potato chips in public
places -Member of 42. 21, 69' Interior decorator.
RVTII PIERSON. "Pierson"- Likes all sports -Member of
8, 72, 69, 42, 39, 79, 14-Hopes to own hor own business.
RICHARD PITLTK. "Rig Time"--Hates "Daisy Maes"-
Mcmber of 4 Qlettcr and 6 medalsj, 75, 23, 39-Orchestra
GERALDINE PLEVVA. K'llerry"fAdores brunettes fmalesl
who aren't bashfnl Member of 42, 45, 69, 43 Qletterj, 52, 23,
ROSE PLOCAR. 'll5ubbles"fDetests 'icopy Cats"fXVisCousin
farm boys her favorite' 'Member of 42, 39, 69, 45, 85, 75-e
ANTON PODBEYSEK. 4'Tony"fFlies kites in his spare
timef-Hopes to own his own gas station.
BULDRED PODOLAK, "I'aflclles"f eCollects photose-Adorcs
a sailor--Member of 42. 73, 32- -Xlfants to earn a lot of money,
NORBERT POLIVKA. K'Soupy"ffSpends his spare time read-
ing and playing ping pong-ffHatcs students who ask for home-
work-Member of 9, tletterj, 76, 75, 45, 35, 30-Stationary
BETTY LOU POLKA. 'l4'10""-Despises conceited people!
Member of 42, 72 -fArtist.
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LEONQRD PAl,I,.fXl'K. "Purlg0" Dislikes people who comb
their hair in public NYants a good job.
STEVE PATOPA. "Hart" Likes to Hx thin5.1's Member of
72, 44 Printer.
,IOE POZIXIANSKY. 'tllabby' lleantiful girls make his heart
tlutter- -Member of 84, 57- Surgeon.
JOSEPH PROZAK. "Joe" Delights in reading good booksf
Hates "knows-it-ails" Member of 38 Kletteri. o7, 72, 44
lLapt.j' Hopes to join the army.
L-ILLTAN PRCHAL. "Tall"' lletests cranky people Mcrnber
ot 4 fletter and niecialsb, 57 tpinj, 42, 70, 45, 4,9 Secretary.
RAYMOND PREILXN. "P1'cb"f Enjoys movies and sports -
Member of 3, 13 Printer.
EYELYN PRESTO. "Prestige" Collects boy friends'---Menr
ber of 42 Clctterj, 45, 72, 69, 52, 53, 43---Stonographer,
CHARLES PRIIIYL, "Prib"- Makes model airplanes-V-Potato
salad his favorite lllember of 78 C39-'40J, 7 L'4lT-'Airline
HELEN PROCHASKA, "VValker" Aclores Tony Martin,
plays the accordion and twirls a batonfffMember of 42, 8,
LIHBY PROCHASKA. "Lib"f'-Hates wallflowers -Loves dance
ing -Member of 42, S, 41----Piano teacher.
CHARLES PYRCE. "Chuck"- -Enjoys dancing and tishing
---lletests individual exhibitions.
RALPH QYATRINE. "Skeczix"-Enjoys dancing and roller
skating- Meinher of 75. 69. 71- President of Senior Class--
VYants to trade a Buick in every year.
GVYENDOLYN RADKE. 'iGwen"fLikes to roller skate and
cook Ilislikes ''scandal-niongers'I- lileuilier ol. 41. 7. 21, 72
f-A roller clerlmy star.
HONYARD RITTER. "Spooks"fIntei'ested in pliotograpliy
and radio work Member of 23. 78. tu. 7 LlXIgr.I- -Electrical
Rl'TI-I RODMAN. "RutIiie"+Enjoys sports and dancing-W
Member of 42, 45, 69. 70. 59. 52, 40. 23. 44 tLetter and
Chevronsb Vfants to travel.
ALICE ROTH. 'Pat"---Enjoys dancing and 5N1'iIll11lIIlgf'DC-
tests Conceited people---Member of 42, 50. 43- -A piano teacher.
SIDNEY ROTH. "Sid"fLikes roller skating Bfenilier of
78 QLL-ttert Lf S. Naval otticer.
ELSIE RYS. 'AStutt"'---Collects "snaps"---Dislikes conceited
people- Alemher of 45. 43, 0 Ll.e-ttnr: A radio singer.
XYARRI-IN SACKOFF. "Sacky"fLikes music and sports--
Dislikes silly girls- Member of 4 CLQ-tterj, 2.3--To go to
CHESTER SAHK. "Careless" -Goes in for loating-fDisIikes
teaeliers tl..X.A. play, Comm., 44.
FRANCES SAKOVVICZ. 4'Red"--Likes dancing and skating
f-Dislikes coneeitecl people- -Member of 43 Ql.ettei'J. 69, 39,
42. 41. 52. 45- Sta.-nographer.
XYALTER SANTI. "Uncle XValtcr''---Interested in photog-
raphy---Ilislikes selfish people----Memher of 57. 74.
.XIJELINE SCANLON. "Acl"- Saves picture post cards -
Memlrer of 42.
ALBERT SCHALKOWSKI. 'IVVl1itey"f Likes to play golf
--Appreciates good looking girls BIGIUIICI' of 44, tu, 7, Jtif
An expert machinist.
YERNA SCIIECH. "Vern"- --Likes to sketch and dance -
Loves liorses--Meniher of 4.2. 69. 23, 75, 52. 45, 4I--Fashion
IIOII SCHLEHOFER. "Schlag"-Likes hunting and Fishing
- Detests girls who slnoke----Memher of 9, 7.2. 44 Outdoor
job with good pay.
MARIE SCHOENHOFEN. "Murphy"-Interested in pho-
tograplty Member of 42. 72. 75. 45- -A typist.
MARION SCHUBERT. "Schubie"-Likes howling Member
of 71. 70. 45, 70, 42, S-Secretary.
ANNA SCHULTZ. "Hon"-Detests hook reports- ,Menihcr
of 42. 72 XVants to travel.
ROBERT SHALEK. "Sharky'I-Enjoys hockey and Iiase-
lwall- -Dislikes cut slips and teachers who scml them--A pro-
fessional Iiockey goalie'-38.
une Class of l94l
LILLIAN PAVEK. "LiI1"- Enjoys creative art, ftfnno and cooking--Has bvivz active
in 43 fP1'cs.j, 42, 76- 61105611 for xfrcial lzmmr lien' brr'r11f,fc sim was the canary of Hu'
Class, giving all the PIl'll.Y1lI'l' of lIf1'i'l'lI!1 lin' bfrdlikv 'voice at z'a1'io11.v fvroyrums, :Heard
a.v.vz'mbl1'vx and fr'.ft1'1'11l.v,
CHARLOTTE SA WYER. "Char"-Likes all sports, reading-Active mrmbvr of 1, 45
fLettcr2, 14 ILetttersj, 70, 43, 76, 69, 42, 79-Journalist-Girl Reporter lfVz'm1er KSSQ,
Quill and Scroll Award, Literary Editor of 1941 Log-Riportcr and feature writer on
DOLORES SHELLY. "D0die"-lntcrested in Clancing--- FLORENCE SREIXRO. "Fl0"- --Participates in tennis, swim-
Hates stubborn people Vteakness: liiue eyes--40, 67, 37, 70,
22, 41, 43---A future business woman.
RLANCHE SHOTA. "Blondie"-Roller skating is tops--
People who feel much better than you- -A six-font Blonde is
O,K. -40, 42, 22, 71. 4.3 Air stewarcless.
FRANK STMAK. "Zeke-l' All sports are fun Final exams
0-o-h-VVeakness for blondes-Machines or tool and die maker.
ELVIRA SKAVICH. "Elvie"-Dancing and sports-Learw
ing to mix with people Cookies---43, 67. 37, 50, 40, 42, 22-
JAMES SLADEK. "Iimmie',-Pretty Girls-Good Dance
bands-41, 22- Sometime in future tn he Draftsman.
IRENE SLAVICEK. UI"-She loves playing the accofdian-
A certain Irish fellow--40, 6. 41. 27- --To be successful in
more ways than one.
SAM SLOBODA. "Slam"-Despises conceited people-
Blondes main attraction- Medals in 6, 7-Army Man.
JEANETTE SLOCILM. "jen"-Enjoys dancing. horseback
riding-Member of 14, two letters, 42, 72, 43. 39--Stenog-
ARTHUR SMETANA. "Bud and Yosh"-Raises tropical
fish-Likes sports and photography-Engraver.
MILDRED SOUKUP. "Shorty"-Likes skating and swim-
ming--Active in 42, 72, 66---Typist.
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ming and dancing 42 fl.etter and Chevronl- -Secretary her
ANNE SRMEK. "Annie"--Sketching is her holxby-Menr
ber of 45, 43. 30, 32, 09, 04, 115 Fashion illustrator.
RERNTCE STADNIK. K'l1unnie"- Collects stamps and pins
--72, 76. 42--Xvants to he a nurse.
EUGENE STALMACH. "Stella" -- Collects stamps and
model airplanes- --VVants to make a million before he is twenty.
GEORGE STANCL, "Stunt"-Weakness is girls- -Active
in 38, 54- -Aims to be a tool and die maker.
CHARLES STARR. "Chuck"-Collects photographs of base-
ball players -Member of 72-Diesel engineer.
RAY STEPANEK. "Legs"-Weakness is banana splits-
Memher of 8. 21. 44- Machinist.
DOROTHY STILIPEC. "Snacks"--Enjoys swimming-A0
tive in 42. 43 CLetterl. 77- -Stenographer.
JOHN STORCEL. S'Starny"- -Active in golf team-Holr
bies are the collection of stunes and golf balls--Pressman.
ANNE STRAKA.. "Honey"--Enjoys dancing, swimming,
and skating Dislikes conceited people--Member of 42-
DOROTHY STUTH. "DimpIes"fHolJbies are dancing, play- ASTON SYKORA, "I'rufeswor" llultlriew are writing :mtl
ing pianu and singing Pet peeve wallrlowers Member ut tlaneing Member of SU tY. Preab A future n-T.""'-j '
70, 42, 23 -A future orchestra lcarler.. . umn owner.
. HENRY TIIOELE. MBI' I' "-- Ijk-3 Izstlzll 1 I l:,k -
r:Lr:,xNoRE SUBICZ. 'f1zt11e"-ltiembcf of 69, 43, 42, sv, ,mu M..,.,,,..,, of 9, by .,,..,l1fljfe I L' " ' " "N "Q N
44, 52-A future stenugraplter.
ICLYNORE TOMAN. "Bamlage5"" State Cluunpitmslmip
GEORQQE SUSTEK "IIil1bes"- Member of 75 76 9 72. Ilatnn Twirling '40ff--Nlentlver of Sl. 42. 09, Stl. 71. and 41'-
' I i I I I A future nurwe.
VIRGINIA SYAIZ. "Rerl"- -Likes to swim and ice Skate! ICYELYN TREPINA. "'l'rep" Likes switnlninxf, erinie sim-.
A tuture nurfe. les and collecting: things- Blenmlmer uf 45. 71. 42, 68. 30 'A
UORUTIIY SVEC- 'AD0f"rMf'k0S "Olle"'fkMi'?Pf her l'Ul'l'f' eH.xRLo'r'rr: TROJAIC. '-L'1m'wfI,ikl-Q I., 1-ntl-.-I .rltmw
IIPQEIFKTEYIWQN f-""'I1'Wlffr Mlillllmi "I 'Il' 74 A Iuture Ilemlty :tml dance fhlentlmer of 39. 41 A future stenugrztpltetxi
LYIJ-YIiX TFRUC. "Lyd"fEnjoys lmreelmek riclinyz' Henxlter
Aruer srl-:1DA. '11mdgia'41x1enmet- nf 42. 69, 39, 41, 44. Of 41, fl- ffr A fltttm' 'litem 1f'1'fI'f'1'-
YlNl'I':N'I' 'I'RI'NIJ.X "Skipper" Iluiltlx tnmlel nirplzmei.
CARULYN SVOBODA. 'lCarol"fFnjuyS roller skating anrl plays in :lance Imntl AICIIIIIUI' nf 4. 75. To A future :irc-It
volleyball 'BISIIIIPCI' of 42, 39. 09, 75. engineer.
fII'IR'l'Rl'IJlC SVRCEK. "tIertie"f -Enjoys dancing, sewing RUIIERT. TIYREK- wlilttlii' I.ike4'tn1I1lelit1t:' 1lI1'I'I1UN" '
mul ,kmiml Mt.n,1,L.,- uf 53- 394 Memlrer ut .v Vtislies tu Ire xt mzteluntet.
XYARRICN SVVANSON. 'Wvintpy"gPz1rticip:ttes in all sporty Hliccxvmii-Y Imwili uf an SPUI-is I
--Member uf 76. 3. 75. 417. 41. 4 A future tnetul specialist. A ' 'U
I MARY VRICAR. "Bright Eyes"fDiQIikes euueeitetl people v
.XLIEXANDICR SVVOROXVSKI. '4Al"fEnjoys driving. Irike Lover nt' all sports- filemluer of 43, 43. t-'-J. :mtl 4.2 A future
ritling 1lII4I tulmgganning A future airplane nleelmnic, prirnte Qeeretary.
une C ass of l94l
IIISNRI' SCHMIDT. "Hm1Ic"- Likes all sports--,'IIm11lvr'r of 71, 75, 45, 55. 69 -Prexidwzt
of the Honor Suc'1'f'!y-Slw1'l'l1 LIlIt1I'YlIIt1lI of Honor Soriety Award .fI.r.remlvly.
SCI I MIDT
FRED SPRUGEL. "Fritz"-Hobby, automobiles-Member 23, 75, 44, 70---B1r.r1'ne.r.v
fllnnagfcr of Scroll ,-1r!1'1'c in Business Journalism-C. P. A.
une C ass of 1941
GLORIA VACEK. "Glory"vEnjoys bowling-NVeakness for
apples Member of 42, 4 fMerlalsj, 57, 45. 7---A future
French horn player.
ROBERT VACKER. "Bob"fCo1lects Stamps and picture
post cards-Member of 4 CMedalsJ, 57-Hot sax player.
LORRAINE VACLAVEK. "Vacie"-Loves steak and
french fries- Member of 42, 69, 45, 39- Beauty culturist.
VIRGINIA VALES. "Virgie"fMeml'1er of 14 CZ Lettersb,
43. 76. 69, 42--Interior Decorator.
ROBERT VAN ZYL. "Bob"-Spends much time playing
his accorclian--Expert log salesmanfMe-mber of 72, 75, 39.
FRANK VERSTALA. '4Franz"fDelightS in making model
airplanes and in photography--Dislikes conceited Dt'f.VDlC"xVIJ11
a gas model airplane-Transport or army pilot.
MILTON VICIK. "Mitt"-Stamp collecting and model air-
planes are his hobbies--Airplane transport pilot.
GEORGE VITEK. "Vette"-Enjoys roller skating. Swim-
ming. and playing baseball -Member of 75--Happiness in
ELSIE VLCEK. "Blondie'lfLikes bicycle riding, skating.
and dancing- Member of 69, 50. 42 Typist.
ADELINE VYHNANEK. "Ad"-Member of 43 CLettc-rl.
75, 21, 42, 69, 50-Nurse.
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VTIRMAN VVAGNER. "Wag"-Collects coins and Imp.-4 I
travel- Member ot 4. 13.
LOIS NYAIDANZ. Spare time dancing and swimming---
Member of 42. 23 Scientist.
JAMES VVEBER. "Dimples"-Collects recorde of popular
music- -Comnlercial artist.
.IEANETTE VVEITER, ",Ieanie"- -Saves movie stars' pic-
tureS---lllenxber of 76. 42. 43, 45--Private secretary.
SHELBY VVILLIAMS. Detests jazz-bow ties-Adorcs horses
-Member of 44--Got his own car.
ARTHUR VVINTERS. "Doc"-Look out showoffs- Likes all
sports Member of 9 QLetterJ, 23, 44.
EARL VVINTEROTH. "VVint"--Enjoys good music -Mem-
ber of 54- -llrags of making Honor Roll once- -Accountant.
LORRAINE VVOJCIK. "Woj"-Enjoys dancing and motor-
ing- -Likes "nice people" and good food-Member of 45, 39,
EDWIN VVOJTAS. "Spider"-An agreeable fellow with no
hobbies. no weakness. and no pet peeves-Realizes that he
learned to think in high school-Electrical engineer..
SID VVOLFMAN. "Buttercup"-Earned tive school letters-
Member of 38 138-'39-'-103, 84 C39-'40-'41j, 9 f'39J----Grouild
'IARY YESHKO. "Merchl'-Enjoys collecting old com-
and writing letters-lNIe...-in of .ne +2 V-becretary.
FLORENCE YURICH. "Flo"fLoves to collect autographs!
Member of the 42-VVants to travel.
EMILY ZAHRADNIK. "Emmy"-Enjoys swimming aufl
dancing-Member or fn. U. fo, 43, 70, 80, 23, 45, 39, 42-
OTTO ZAMAZAL. "Zammy"-Enjoys working on radios-H
Member of 23, 77-Radio telegraph operator.
WALTER ZELENKA. "Wally"-Enjoys photography, camp-
ing and horseback-riding-Member of Student Council-Mfr
JOSEPHINE ZELEZNIK. "Little girl"fLikes dancing, ten-
nis and riding-Member of 69, 42, 72, 21-Wife.
CLARENCE ZUEHSOW. "Clar" - Enjoys painting and
studying automobiles- Member of 44. 35-Automobile mechanic.
DANIEL ZUSMAN. "Suzy"-Likes to sleepiMemlser of
70 CSports Editork, 45--Wants to own a car.
une Class of 1941
JARMILLA TALLA. "farm"-Enjoys bike riding, reading and dance music-Active in
42, 39, 70, 45gCourt SteuographerfValedirtorian of her class-Average 3.85-Quill
and Scroll Award460 word Typing pin.
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Should I go to College?
Each student who
looks forward to graduating from a high
school asks himself this question.
College Day was in-
stituted at Farragut in 1934 for the sole
purpose of interesting seniors in acquiring
a higher education by presenting a series
of discussions and conferences to help them
decide on the institution and the vocation.
llnder the sponsorship of the Student Guid-
ance Teacher, Miss Florence Clark, a Col-
lege Day Committee assumes the task of
preparing a program that will successfully
meet both these ends.
By conducting a poll
among the graduates themselves, the Com-
mittee finds in what institutions their in-
terests are centered. To assure the senior
of an excellent choice only schools accred-
ited hy the North Central Association are
extended an invitation to present a pros-
pectus through a representative.
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To simplify the proh-
lem, the student is asked to choose live
of these schools which he does on the day
preceding College Day. On College Day,
the graduate attends the conferences with
the representatives he selected. each con-
ference lasting about twenty minutes.
The day begins in the
Assembly Hall where the Seniors and rep-
resentatives are entertained by some one
of the musical organizations of Farragut.
Then after an address bv Mr. Peter B.
Ritzma and the chairman of College Day
the students disperse and proceed to the
various sections of the building where the
conferences are located.
Members of the Stu-
dent Guidance Committee were assigned
as hosts and hostesses to the visiting repre-
sentatives during their stay at Farragut.
Manv of the visitors commented on the
carefully planned and timed program and
on the courtesv and helpfulness of the
Student Guidance memhers.
APRIL 22, 1941
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AT CLASS DAY
A grand elimax in the
graduating! Seniorns life after a gay round
ol aetixities is Class Day whieh takes plaee
the day hefore graduation.
All -lA's attend the
Senior llanqnet held in the lnnehroom.
Teaehers and speeial guests ineluding fill
ollieers are eseorted hy prominent memhers
ol the elass.
The lunehroom takes
on a festixe atmosphere with the deeora-
tions and arrangements prepared hy those
lfaeh 4A ollieer gives
a short speeeh related to the theme ehosen
hy the elass.
Alter the luneheon
memhers ol the Class Day Committee put
on their show in the assemlily hall. skits
are presented portraxinir student life in
one form or another. Talented students of
the gxradilating elass entertain. Next eomes
the most humorous part of the program-S
lzgr Om' Ilinnlreif Tueuiy
the elass propheey is read. Street eleaners.
life guards. vegetahle peddlers and on
down to shoe shiners are just a few of the
various oeeupalions prophesied for the fu-
ture eitizens leaving Farragufs liosom. lint
its all in lun and exeryone enjoys it.
As a final gesture to
those they are leaxing hehind. the Seniors
then read their Last Will and 'liestanienl
presented in a very solemn manner but
reallx' verv humorous in eontent,
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PII l'YCl'y0IIl' IS Ill-
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Danee. At lite cfeloek itis all over and the
Seniors go home with full S-ltllt1ilt'llS, and
tired feel hut smiling laces.
The Senior Class ex-
tends its appreeiation to the lnnehrooni
stall. waitresses from the Home lfeonomic
elasses. the Stage hands and the danee
orehestra sinee mum-li of the sueeess of
Class Day is due to their willing eoopera-
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COLLEGE AND HIGH SCHOOL
THE LAST WILL
We, the Senior Class
of the sixth month in the year of our Lord
nineteen hundred and forty-one of the
High School Farragut, of the City of Chi-
cago, of the County of Cook, of the twenty-
second district, of the State of Illinois, of
the United States of America, contrary to
the belief of our co-workers, do claim to
be of sound mind, body, and bones, and
hereby make known to whom it may con-
cern that this is our last will and testament.
Item I, We bequeath
to the future graduates of this school our
facial expressions as we went to have our
annual pictures taken. Q15 we request that
they be reminded that they are not going
to have a few teeth pulled or an append-
ectomy performed. Q21 We bequeath the
outlines we copied day after day and never
looked at, the few test papers we were
fortunate enough to get back, and Q33 the
dignity of the three hundred and twenty-
four of us, that we Seniors have attained
in this our last semester.
Item II, To you all
we leave Q15 the stories of imaginary ele-
vators and escalators. Q21 The old stories
to the freshmen that being a freshman isn't
half as bad as it sounds because in four
years "you'll be seniors and then-" Q3J
We leave them the embarrassing moments
theyill live through when the Seniors make
them suffer on G.A.A. Freshmen Day and
we hope that they will eat their spinach and
wheaties every day so they'll get just a
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tiny bit taller so that upper classmen wonit
trip over them,
Item III. We leave to
the school Q15 a suggestion that a fund be
established to buy paper, pencils, ink, etc.,
to eliminate all moochers, and to show our
interest we donate the enormous sum of five
pennies to this worthy cause: Q25 we leave
you the initialed desks, the over-sat-in seats,
the school Qanyway it is too large to wrap
up and put in our pocketsj. Q31 We leave
you our principal who is probably tired of
being left, but what would the school be
without him, our assistant principal who
will probably dream about the many pro-
grams he fixed for us, Mrs. Schultz who
will try to find jobs for us, our predeces-
sors, and successors, and Miss Clark who
will help the lower classmen in choosing
Item IV. To the Senior
Cabinet and Miss Geer we leave our own
recipes for punch, tea, cheese and jelly
sandwiches, the chocolate and pink frosted
cakes. Q21 We leave also our manners and
the tea etiquette we acquired by attending
the social events. Q 35 To the parasites, we
leave ten trays of cake and tea and hope
they won't eat themselves sick.
Item V. We bequeath
to the gym departments, Q15 the swim-
ming pool and the diving board, and oh
yes, the water or is that at all necessary?
Q 25 We also leave Mr. Williams and his
queer sense of humor, our broken shoe
IIE J E CLASS
strings, sprained ankles and wrists, dis-
located joints fand we don't mean the
ones you doj and the gym leaders who
never could pronounce our names right.
Item VI. To our
teachers as a group we leave book reports
that we acquired from the preceding grad-
uating classes, the foolscap tests we failed
in, the forged passes we sometimes got
away with, the unreasonable alibis we could
never talk them into believing, the "ain'ts',
and "I seen its" from our classroom dis-
cussions, the ice cream sandwiches, and
potato chips we finished eating in the
classes after lunch, the State and Federal
Constitutions, one-thousand half sheets of
paper for guess who, a dummy row with
the suggestion that a few dunce caps be
acquired so the dummy can really look the
part, cold creams and cosmetics that made
us open the windows, the jokes we heard
many times during a semester, and the
bells that disturbed our daily siestas.
We leave to the Senior
teachers individually the following: to Mr.
Miller the plea that while he looks very
handsome in his jazz bow ties, we would
like to see him with a full-sized tie just to
be diflerentg to Mr. Fisher his ever popular
baton which he twirls at willg to Miss
Dralle the thousand word themes that we
sweated and slaved over and the sighs of
relief when they were finished, to Miss
Edwards we leave the assurance that we
tried very hard to learn those manners she
talked about for the four years, to Miss
Bursik the burned food of her cooking
classesg to Mrs. Doyle those great unknown
answers of life, what is x and why is yg
to Mrs, Beck we leave her Forum speakers
and the thanks for helping us have a prom,
to Miss O'Leary we leave the nail files we
used after trying to learn how to type,
also the inky hands we had after we used
the duplicating machinesg to Mr. Rinker
we leave the other eight senior teachers
and we hope he handles them with kid
gloves because all kidding aside they are
The aforesaid repre-
sent our major bequests, lesser bequests
have been spurned, and so we hesitate to
offer any more.
We hereby constitute
and appoint the otlicers of the class
1. President-Ralph Quatrine
2. Vice-President-Winfield Held
3. Secretary-Frieda Jantz
4. Treasurer-Charles Hlinka
to administer this our last will and testa-
ment. In witness whereof we have here
unto subscribed our names and athxed our
seal this twenty-fourth day of the sixth
month in the year of our Lord nineteen
hundred and forty-one.
Senior Class of fune, 1.941
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Mary Jane Gustafson
1. Annual Staff
2. Art Exhibits
3. Athletic Club
5. Banquet Comm., Sr.
6. Baseball Team
7. Basketball Team
8. Bowling Team
9. Boys, Chorus
10. Camera Club
11. Campaign Manager, 4B Elections
12. Cap and Gown Comm., Sr.
13. Checker Club
14. Cheer Club
15. Chemistry Club
16. Chinese Checkers
17. Civic Service Club
19. Class Day Comm., Sr.
20. Class Gift Comm., Sr.
21. Clean-Up Club
22. Dance Comm., Sr.
23. Dancing Club
24. Democracy Committee
25. Dramatic Club
26. Election Comm., Sr.
27. Electric Shop Club
28. Boys, Etiquette Club
29. Girls, Etiquette Club
30. Euclidian Club
31. "FU Club
32. Farragut Choir
33. Farragut Sing
34. Financial Comm., Sr.
35. Fire Marshalls
36. First Aid
37. Flower, Color, Motto Comm., Sr.
38. Football Team
40. Freshman Play Committee
41. German Club
4-3. Girls' Chorus
45. Honor Society
lce Skating Team
Interior Decorating Club
Invitation and Decoration Comm., Sr.
International Friendship Club
Latin Fun Club
National Honor Society
Pin and Ring Comm., Sr.
Play Comm., Sr.
Print Comm., Sr.
Prom Comm., Sr.
Roller Skating Club
Safe Drivers Club
Tea Dance Comm., Sr,
Wood Shop Club
Writing Games Club
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Tl-lEY'llE THE TOP
Farragut students are
known for their industry, willingness to co-
operate and their efforts to maintain at
least a good average scholastically. There
are, however, certain students who excelled
in various fields this past year, and to these
we devote this page.
In swimming, Dome-
raski placed second in the City Champion-
ship 100-yard breast-stroke, while Synakie-
witz came in fourth in the 50-yard breast
stroke in the same meet.
At the Chicago Times
meet at the University of Chicago, Jack
Bloomfield of 4-OID won fourth place in the
75-yard dash, receiving a gold track shoe
as his medal.
Our ice-skating team
covered itself with laurels, winning forty-
three medals last winter. Top skaters who
won a berth in all meets were: Don Schillne,
Dorothy Oul, Jim Kocek, Ted Pacanowski,
Ernie Wondrasek. fWe regret exceedingly
that the pictures taken of the trophies and
medals were spoiled and could not be taken
over in time for publicationj
We were proud, too,
of the excellent record of the bowling teams
which reached the southwest finals. Those
who captured first place medals, bowling
bags and balls were: Deschambeau, Step-
anek, Veseley, Held and Malyszko. Second
place medals went to Edward Kupba, Kula-
kowski, Jensen, George Kupka and Ezy-
Charles Hlinka came
in tenth in the International division of the
Gymnastic meet at the U. of C.
Edward Killhoff, co-
captain of the football team, was given the
Noble Kizer award from Purdue University.
He was voted as the most valuable senior
football player by all the coaches and ref-
erees in the city.
From the February
class Mildred Traxl received a gold medal
from the D.A.R. for service, citizenship and
The first to win his
Civic chevron was George Sustek who agi-
tated for years for a Civic letter to be
awarded to students who participated in
various activities other than sports.
Three members of the
Electric Club passed their federal examina-
tion which permits them to operate their
own amateur radio stations. These "ham"
operators are Don Asire Feb. '41, Tom
Marchwick, 303C, and William Gago of
This year was a popu-
lar one with the essa ists of whom sixtv
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participated in contests.
226D, was the cash winner of the unit and
district prizes in the National Defense Essay
Contest sponsored by the American Legion
Auxiliary. Her topic was '4Selective Service.
Its Effect on Youth." Charles Basta of 4-01D
came in second, while Estelle Diamond of
4-25B came in third in the same unit.
ismf' as their topic, Carol Moses of 4-OID
won first place with a prize of three dollars
and Emily Fagulec of 426B came in second.
receiving two dollars. Both received certifi-
cates of merit.
Last fall Edwin Trieg-
laff placed first in the '4Speak-Up for Amer-
icau contest conducted at our school.
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Quill and Scroll, the International Honor-
ary Society for High School graduates, was formed April 10, 1926, to reward individual
achievement and to encourage individual initiative in work in high school journalism,
creative writing and allied fields.
One type of organization functions to serve
the staff in judging its work as a unit through its publicationg the other type, repre-
sented by Quill and Scroll, functions to serve the staff member by recognizing and
rewarding his particular talent and ability.
Members of the Quill and Scroll belong to
an international organization, this membership widens their horizon, increases their
journalistic perspective, and in addition gives them the prestige of belonging to an
honorary scholastic society.
Prospective members must meet the follow-
ing requirements: before they are initiated into the organization they must be in the
upper third of their class at the time of their election, they must have done superior
work in some phase of journalistic or creative endeavorg they must be recommended
by the adviser and they must be approved by the executive secretary.
SECOND IIN ITIATIONA- -JAN.. 1941
Farragufs Chapter of the Quill and Scroll
was organized in June, 1936. Ofhcial initiations were not held until June of 19-1-0 when
Miss Mildred Linskey and Mrs. Marie H. Mudra, co-sponsors, conducted the first
candle-lighting ceremony. Deserring members of the Scroll, Annual and Business
journalism staffs are initiated into the society each semester. Every new mcmlier
receives a gold pin bearing the insignia of the organization, a memhership card. and a
year's subscription to the Quill and Scroll magazine.
At the last three initiations the theater
orchestra performed under the direction of Mr. Sylvan D. Ward. Appreciation is also
extended to Lillian Pavek, Raymond Muzicka, Marie Krajcovic and Vivian Rogala,
who assisted at the programs.
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