Farragut High School - Where the Action is Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1943
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THE SENIOR CLASS
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The Youth of America is the living symbol of
freedom, the dream that so many young people
all over the World are denied. Here at Farragut
the activities planned by the teachers and adminis-
trative force only re-emphasize that American
youth is free, "Free to live and love and laugh" and
so face the world4a war World or post-war world
ln these pages of the Log we endeavor to show
how closely our training, our work, and our entra-
curricular activities develop the physical, intel-
lectual and moral qualities required by the various
divisions of our armed forces and how we are pre-
paring ourselves to be the kind cf person needed
in the present emergency and the kind of citizen
America will need after the War.
The lune class has selected as its colors "steel
and flame" and as its motto "SEEK VICTORY
THROUGH 'THE STEEL OF REALITY AND THE
FLAME OF IDEALS '."
May We then work at our sports, studies, clubs,
and, yes, our parties, to become more and more
the type of citizens America wants--ready, where-
ever we may be needed, eager to fan the flame
that blends with the steel to weld an indestructible
character for the foundation of a better and safer
world of tomorrow.
This year the Log is not dedicated to any one
person or group but to all who have contributed to
this purpose from the smallest freshman to the
stateliest senior, the teachers and parents, and the
boys and girls who have gone forth from Farragut
and are fighting on all the battle fronts of the world
while we hold the home front to preserve freedom
for those who will come after us.
LIFE AT FARRAGUT
AT LAST! BOYS IOIN THE AND GIRLS LEARN ALL
COOKING CLASS ABOUT PLANES
WHILE OTHERS ASSIST MISS POWER HERE THE BOYS MAKE MODELS
IN PACKING KITS FOR SERVICEMEN FOR THE ARMED FORCES
We extend our heartiext greeting to all member: of our .fchool whoxe picture: appear
upon the pagec of thix book and we expecially congratulate the clauef of 1943 to whom
hat come the honor of Jpomorfhip.
Thi: markffjthe 10th year of the exixtence of Farragut Senior High School following
the reorganization of the junior High School in 1933. The period has very definitely
been one-'of advance. It if a pleaxure at thi: time to compliment thoxe member: of the stag'
and the Tfchgolgvho during thi! ten year period have helped to build the traditions which
are continually leading uc to greater height: in Jcholarchip, in Jervice, in moral develop-
ment, and in thoce Jpecial activitiec which mark our Jchool.
The record of thoxe who have attended Farragut for the pact ten year! ic one of which
we can juxtly be p,roud. Some 500 are already in the armed service: of our country and
thouxandx of other! are engaged in varioux activitier, They are putting to good uxe the
training they received here and we enjoy receiving from time to time reporty of their
perxonal .rucceu and of the Jervice they are rendering to mankind in general.
AJ we live in the difturbed conditiom of the precent day, we look forward to the
time when this war Jhall ceaxe and we turn again to wayx of peace. To us it will be a
period of greater opportunity and we therefore urge our prefent and- future Jtudent: to
accept greater refponribilitiec, to maintain high idealx, and to work valiantly for a
B.A.. U. of C.: M.A., N. U.
MISS AGNES R. VETTER
B.A., U. of C.
WILLIAM G. PROTTSMAN
B.A., Iowa U.: M.A., N. U.
SERVE YOUR COUNTRY WELL BY
To stay in school or to join the armed forces,
tion are questions tlriaftf confront the young per-
son in high school today.
Certainly it is more dramatic and exciting to
be on the battle front or in the factories where
tanks, airplanes, ships are being rushed off the
assembly belt. lt is pleasant to be called a hero
MISS 1:-LQRENCE CLARK or, to work beneath the floating Army-Navy E
Ph.B.. M.A., U. ot c. bamef-
The great percentage of students at Farragut, however, have foregone these immediate ex-
periences to serve their country in a less spectacular manner. They have believed that
those also serve their country who train now to serve their country later.
The Farragut faculty members have been working constantly to assist each student to
equip himself and herself physically, mentally, and socially. Physical examinations and
physical education, which aims to toughenf Vocational and academic classes of many kindsg
clubs and other student activities, which offer an opportunity to develop leadershipfall form
the program of training for Farragut students. The personnel services of our school seek to
assist each student to plan his high school course so that he may discover his abilities and
develop them fully' to serve.
As we finish one year and prepare for a new one, let us all, faculty members and students
alike, determine to make, during the coming year, our school as busy as a defense factory
and as crowded with hidden heroes as the battle fronts.
"Schools need not preach political doctrine to defend democracy. If they shape men capable
of critical thought and trained social attitudes, that is all that is necessary."-Albert Einstein.
to stay in school or join the workers in produc-
PETER B. RITZMA
WII.LIAM G. PROTTSMAN
MARCEL A. ACKERMAN
MARY ANN BENSON
CLAIRE M. CUSHING
MARIE JOHNSON -
MARIE H. MUDRA
RUTH A. PRESSELL
LOTTIE MAE SHELL
LAURA L. SCHULTZ
AGNES R. VETTER
TEACHERS ON LEAVE:
LT. COL. CLARE R. DAVIS
N SAN IUAN. PUERTO RICO
LT. IAMES I. DOHENY
EDGWOOD ARSENAL. MD.
PVT. WM. G. HEIMBERGER
CAPT. ORVILLE PARKHURST
LT. CATHERINE M. PAYNE. WAAC
LT. COL. FRED SWANSON
CAPT. GEORGE VON BREMER
MRS. CELINA LISKA
MRS. ANNA SLOTSKY
MRS. MARIE SEVIC
MISS CECILIA WELLS
MISS FRANCES CADY
ON SICK LEAVE
MRS. MABEL LEHMAN
ON SICK LEAVE
MRS. MARGARET MAI-IIN
Ililqc Tuul: t
Katherine O'Leary tl-lead of
De-pt.J, Ph.B., Loyola. George
Camden, B.S., N. E. Missouri:
S. T. C., M. A., N. U.
Mavyarrt Courrhlin, PEB., De
Paul. Rose Cox, B.S., New
York University: NLE. Loyola.
Dana Crowell, B.S., M.A., N. U.
Guy Hogg, B.S., S.T.C., B.S.,
U. of I.
Margaret M. Iohnson, B.S. in
Ed., DePaul. Mildred Linskey,
B.S., DePaul, M.E., Loyola.
Beatrice Duda. B. S., B. A. Lewis
Institute. Harvey Horwich P. H.
B. I. D.-U. of C. M, A., B. S.
Ed.--U. of Cal.
Caspar Barth-B. S.-I. I. of T.
M. Ed. C. T. C.
In war time all studies assume a new importance. Art and music
give us release from war time duties. Art students made posters for
the various drives winning scholarships as they did so. The Music
Department excelled itself, the only school to receive superior rating
in all its entries in the city contests. The pride and joy of the Commer-
cial Dept. this year was the outfittinq cf room 413-415 which now houses
the latest equipment in office machines showing what the up to date
modern office should Wear.
Lottie Mae Schell Il-lead ot
l.lept.J, 1:l.A.E., Att Inst. Mai'-
garet Biro, Ph.B., U. oi C.
Claire M. Cushing, B.A.E., Art
Sylvan D. Ward llrlead ot
llh-pt.J, M.Mus., Chicago Mus.
Colleqep M.S., N. U. Marcel
A. Ackermann, Chicano Musi-
Marie C. Ehrenwerth, Ph.B.,
MA., U. ni C., BM., Ameri-
can Conservatoiyg M.M., Ch'-
catio Conservatory. Marie S.
Johnson, B.M.Ed., W e s t e r n
Conseivatoiy, M.A., North
Earl Canfield tl-tt-ad of Dr-pt.i, B.E., De-Paul. lames FOX, BS.,
U. ot Idaho, M.S., N. U. B.P.E., American College of Phy. Ed.
Belle Greenbaum, FRS., U, ol l.
Rose Lavan, B.S., DwPaul,, Katherine Donlon. B.P.E., K.C. Phys.
lTcI. l3.S,, Maryqrovo, Col., Maurice Williams, B-S4 iN Ed-.
DePaul, Amer. Col. of Phys. Ed.
Louise McDaniel tl-lead of Deptj, A,B. Indiana, Frances Borg,
Ph.B., U. of C., Helen Culver, B.A., S. U, I., Agnes Dralle,
Ph.B., U. of C., Arnold Mach, B.A., Beloit, Kathryn Hogan. Ph.B.,
M.A., Loyola, A110 leech. A.B., Drake University, M.A.,
C'olumbia,, Mabel Lehman, B.Sc, Ed., M.A. Llepaulg Frances
M:Vey, B.S., DePaul.: Marie H. Mudra, PMB., U, of C., MA.
Columbia, Ruth Thompson, B.A., Drake. Not in picture: Mar-
guerite Watson, BA., Lewis Institute.
Completely revising its program this year, the Phy-
sical Education Dept. initiated exercises to toughen up
the youngsters, to meet the rigid discipline and demands
of the Army and Navy requirements. In the language
classes the main purpose this year was to torm a better
understanding ot the foreign nations thru a study of its
languages, customs and peoples. The English depart-
ment was called on repeatedly to assist in writing
slogans, letters, and enter contests to promote the various
drives in the war ettort.
Paula Flynn 'l-lord ut Dert.J, AB. St. Mary of the Woods ol
A.M.,--U. of C. Constance Trulli, Pl1.B., M.A., U. of C, Certificate,
II. of L.. Grenoble, tFranceJ Bernadette Hopkins, A.B., Indiana
S.T.C.g Iaroslav Mican, A.B. U. of Pragueg MA., Creighton U.,
Emily Mills, Pli.B., U. ot C., Ruth Pressell, Ph.B,, U ot C. Not
in picture: Mary Rheude, B.A., M.A. Marquette U.
HOME ECONOMICS TECHNICAL
Elizabeth Edwards. A.E., U. of
I. ll-lead oi Doptj, Bessie
Bonner, BE., Ill. State Normal
Emilie Bursik, Plx,B., U. ol C.:
M - as
'Pa -rl Neff
. I 3?4'g:
Alice Power II-lead of Dep1.I
B.S., U. of C.: M.E., Loyola
Huih Beck. Ph.B., U. of C.
M.A., N. U. Neva Davin. Ph.B.
U. of C. Bud Fisher, B.A.
M.A., State University of Iowa:
Genevra Gear. Ph.B., U. of C.:
M.A., N. U. Catherine Ma-
honey, Ph.B., Loyola. ' Mary
Meehan. Ph.B., U. of C.: M.E.
Loyola. Morris Stevenson. M.A.
Loyola. Wanda Babcock, B.S.,
U. of I.: M.A. N. U. '
George Peacock, B.S., DePaul
ll-loam ci Depml, Leslie Cook.
B. of Ed. Easiorn I., S.T.C,
Howard Rinker, M.A., DePaul:
B.A., U. of C.: Ioseph Miller.
B.S., U. of I.: 'Edward Paschke.
B.S. m E. E., Armour Institute
CI-lead of Dept.l, Frank Balihil.
B. oi E., N, Ill. S,T.C.: William
Bloom. B.S., N. U.: Ernest Iosi,
B.S., AS, Le-wxs lnnmutef.: Otio
Siedenstranq. B.S. of C.E., A1-
Paul Gamerlsfelder il-lead of
lie-pt.J B. A., North Central Col-
lege. Mary Ann Benson. B. S.,
U. of C. Lydia Cada, Ph. B., ll.
of C.: M. A, f DePaul, Hyman
Aifrick--B.A., M.A. -A U of C.
Harold Saffir, B. S.ffU. of C,
Boris Duskin B. S.-U. of C.
Edna Gainer Fl. S. A U. f-f K'
Not in picture: Corneal Barrett
B. S. DePaul University: Eva
Barry, B. A. University ol Wis-
consin? B. M. ClllC5flO Musical
SCIENCE 0 MATHEMATICS
Alice Mitchell llaleacl of Deptl
B. S. Ill. Tech. M. A. DePaul?
Myrtle Doyle, B. S., lvl. A.-
DePaulg Agnes Dunn, B. S. -
U. ol C, Mary Morgan. Ph. B.,
M. A., M. Ed. Loyola. Not in
picture: Alice Peterson, B. S. -
U. of C.
"Oh, how I wish I had studied harder in physics" or "Why
ciidn't I take more math when I was in school, I could then be
eligible for officers training school" are the complaints most
often heard in the letters our boys write back home. Both
science and math have suddenly become vitally useful and
interesting to students who before the year is over or Within
the next year are to be called into service in the armed forces.
They have learned from their friends already in the service
that their chance of promotion or further training lsuch as they
could not possibly afford in civilian lifel depend on their back-
ground in science and math.
SERVICE GROUPS ....
UNDERCLASSMEN .... . .
HOBBY CLUBS .... . .
SPORTS ........ . .
SENIORS ............. . .
SPECIAL FEATURES ......
FARRAGUT HIGH SCHOOL
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Whatever is needed to bring this War
to a quick finish, the Farragut students
and teachers are ready to do. On these
pages you will see what they are doing
on the home front in the way of building
morale by baking and cooking goodies
for the soldiers, sailors, and marines,
sending them kits, buying war bonds
and stampsg saving fats and tin cans:
writing to the boys who are serving all
parts of the World: honoring them by
service flags and rolls, etc., as they con-
tinue in their full time job of learning
to prepare themselves for their future
places in the world.
WHAT THEY DID FOR VICTORY
Students Did: Wrap packages . . . Sew on buttons . . . Entertain for Service-
nten's Center downtown during holidays and every weekend . . . Collect old
stockings to be niade into parachutes . . . File food defense orders for defense
plants , . . Supply rnusic at special booths to help sell war bonds and starrips
. . . Pack kits for our boys in service . . . l-lorne Nursing and First Aid courses
for senior girls . , . Collect metal, old clothes, paper and magazines for scrap
drive . . . Save tin cans . . . Save Waste fats . . . Contribute hours to local draft
lfoards to help file,starnp and fill out questionnaires . . . Assist in Civilian defense.
And the Teachers Did: Take l-lorne Nursing and First Aid . . . Serve as Nurses
aides in hospitals . . . Drive trucks and delivered for the Red Cross . . . Knit for
the Red Cross . . . Donate blood . . . Register civilians for Raticn books No, l
and 2 . . . Register draftees . . . Serve as blcclc captains . . . Serve as wardens,
etc., in Civilian Defense.
EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR
WE ARE AWARDED
SAVE THE FAT
AND BLOW UP A IAP
'Melvin Aberman-Richard Adamaitis-Elroy Ahrens-
Fred Albrecht-George Alfirevic-Henry Alfirevic--Dan
Anderson--Raymond Anderson--Wilbert Anderson-Henry
C. Anthony--George Anton-Frank Arient---Iames Arient.
'Clifford Badendick- Leonard Badendick---Casimer Bajek
Rudy C. Barda-Eugene W. Barta-Emil I. Bartek-
George Basta-Albert F. Bastyr Ir.-Charles Bastyr--Ray-
mond I. Bastyr-Charles Baumann--Iohn Becvar-Robert
Beimal -Boris Belekon--Walter W. Belokon-Iames G.
Benda -William E. Bergeron-Charles I. Bezdek-Miles
Bielek-Edward Bieryla -William Biros-Iames Blaa-Laddie
Blazek- -Robert G. Blazek-Iohn Bonfield-Walter Boryskie
- Ioseph Borzym-Val Brodnicki--Charles Borasak-George
Borasak -George F. Boucek-Iohn Brhan-Louis Brodek -
Iohn M. Brown--Thos, C. Burek--Iames Buresh--Roy Bur-
esh- -Iames Burton.
' Francis I. Caba- Iohn W. Cagney-Terence M. Carpenter
- -Edwin Cekal----Dennis R. Cermak-George King Charvat
-Ierry Chmelicek- Alvin I. Chodcra- -Fred Chott--Peter
Charbonnease- -Ierome Chraster-Lawrence Chrastka--
Frank Cimbalista---Steve Clemenic- Ias. A. Combis-
Robert I. Combis-Charles Coovling-Cruzan-Raymond
'Wilbur Danes --Bernard Darmody----Edward Dau-Iohn
I. Dempsey---William M. Dempsey---Victor Deutcher-Ed
ward Doerk---Edwin Doerr-Gilbert G. Domrese-William
I. Dornbreck -Charles Dragisic- William F. Drasal-Ted.
Drwal- Robert Dussman---Iohn S. Dvorak---Ernest Dvorsky.
' Warren Eggers --Raymond Ehrick--Miles Eisenhamrner
-- -Wally Enz--Bernard Esralew.
'Anthony Faikus----Miles Faikus----Henry Fairbank-Emil
Fara- Iames A. Farrell-Emil Filip--Robert Filip-Charles
Filipek-Edward Fisher--Florence Fister-Edward Forbes
- -Robert Fortner-Richard Foss-Rudy Foucek-Garvis
Fowler--- Frank Frak-Ioseph I. Frak-Louis Fredette-
Robert Fredette---Ierome French-Robert Fuka-Robert
'Ierry Gaba--Henry Gabriel--Robert Galt-Edward Gasi-
enica--Chester Gasior-Iohn Geiger-Iack George--Herman
IN THE SERVICE
M. Gillman-I. Ginsberg-Stepnen Gluttmg-Gordon
Goethal-Marvin M. Goldman-George Gorqol -Arthur
Gouczniak--'Theodore L. Gradisek-Leslie Greenman-Ralph
T. Grimse-Thod Gronkiewicz-Stanley Guega-Walter F.
'George Hartman-Iohn Hach- -D. Dadac -Clarence Hallas
-Anton Hanuska-Iames Harty-George Hausknecht --Ed-
ward Haut-Ioseph Havel-Ierome Hercik- Heitmanek- -
Fred Hennings-Arthur Hess-Ioseph Heylek--Arthur
Hilgendorf-Richard I-lirchert-Norbert Hitzeman-Arthur W.
I-fockett-Eugene I-lockett-Iames I-Iodak--George Hofrichter
-Ierry T. l-lofrichter-Iohn Hofrichter--Thomas I. Hof-
richter-Richard Horky-Wesley H. Hrodek--Bob Hronec- -
Louis Hruza--Lawrence Huddy-Phillip Husarik.
' Kenneth lllich-Ralph Iuatrine.
'Milton E. Iakovec-Bernie Iaklinski-Russell Iandus -
Iames Ianecek--Edward Ianega-Alvin Iankowske -Norman
Iandus-Edwin Iaskierny-William Iaster-Frank Iaworski
--Iohn Iindra-C. A. Iohnson-LeRoy Iunge.
'Elmer Kadera-Ioseph Kadlec--Albert Kahoun- Calvin
Kaiser-Louis Kaiser-Robert Kaiser-Floyd Kalessa-
Russel Kalessa----Ioseph Kalina-Edward Kalmar- Nick Kara-
qeorge--Raymond I. Kasel-Donald Kaspar-Bennett Katz
-Eugene Kendzierski-Leslie Kesel---Chester Kidrowski- -
Edward Killhoff-Walter Kirchoff-Charles Klauda- Alfred
Klima-Edward Klimes--Emil Knafl-Martin Knafl Charles
Knot-Robert Koci--Iames Kohout-Iames Kolar Ioseph
Koluder- -Ioseph Konfirst-G. I. Kordik -William Kosar -
Iames Koss---Arthur Kostal--Lou Kostal-Elmer ostka---
Iames Kostohrys-Clarence Kotora-Harold I. Kotora- -
George Kouba--George Kourim---William Koutnik-Ierry
Koutsky-Edward Kowalski---Ioe Kowalski -Erwin I. Koze-
luh-William Kozeluh-Robert Kozina--George Kozlik- -Ed-
ward Kral-Raymond Kral- --Robert E. Kral--Earl Kratochvil-
Frank Krebel-Chester F. Krecisz-Edwin Krecisz-Iohn
Krenek-Henry Kristak -George Krtous-Charles Krueger- -
Edward Kubes-Felix Kubik-Allan Kubista- George Kucera
--Milton Kukac- Franklin Kukral-Geolrge Kupka-Edward
I. Kusman-Frank Kusman- --R. T. Kutchen Ioseph Kyozika,
'Chester Lach--Robert I. Landberg- Ierry Lanier---Sidney
Lasker-Edward I. Latal-Richard Lauth-Charles Laver-
George Laycock-George Laycock- --Raymond Leber Gene
Lendzion-George Leo-Warren Leonhart---Ierry Lesak- -
Ioe Lesik-Ioe Lesik-Alva B, Lesick -Edward Lesniak -
Honore Levinson--William Lhotak- -Charles Linhart -Fred
Lohrentz-Richard Lotto-Frank I. Lukes- -William F. Lund-
qren-Iames E. Luzadder--Robert Lydon-Edw. :d Lysek.
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OF OUR COUNTRY
'l'Edward Machalek-V. P. Machalek-Howard Maleh-
Casimer P. Malinowski-Frank Marek-Raymond Marek-
Milton K. Mares-Gerald S. Maresh-R. M. Marich-G. I.
Marla--Henry Martin-Leonard Mazanek-Charles McDowell
-Edward Mendel-Ernest Menqler-B. G. Meyer-George
Michalek-Walter F. Michna-lohn Miko-Max Mikola-
lewski-Ioseph Miller-loseph Miller-Richard D. Miller-
Robert Miller-Rudolph Miller-Iohn A Misek-William E.
Misik-Richard T. Mitz-George Mlynarski-Roland F.
Moeller-Charles Molcar-Richard G. Moorehouse-Ed-
ward E. Moravec-Leonard E. Moravec-Louis T. Morow'
zynski-Robert C. Muehrecke-George Mukleuvicz-Wes-
ley R. Mundil, Ir.--Raymond Muzika-George Myrtle-AL
bert Nemec--lames F. Nemec-Adolph F. Neruda-Andrew
Noack-William Novotny-Kenneth I. O'Connor-Rudolph
fEdward Palicka-lohn Pantlik-Charles Papousek-John
Pasko-George T. Patek-Glenn F. Paulus-Alex Pawula-
Louis Peck-Louis Pelc-Iesse B. Phillips-George Picha
-Otto Pihera-Ernest R. Pirka-lames E. Pillik-loseph R.
Placky, Ir.-Iohn M. Plosnich-Anton Polcorny-George M.
Pasternak-Anton Podbervsek-Iohn G. Polansky-Ed.
Polivka-Samuel Porter-Ioseph Prazak-Ierry Posteck-
Charles Pribyl---Robert Prince--Dick Paill-Iames Prevaz-
nik----Richard Frank Prokes-Charles Prokopec-Otto Pru-
cha--Ioseph M. Pusatiri-Leonard Paitl-Stanley Prusinski
-Rudolph Puzman-Charles Louis Pyrce-Frank A. Quater
--Ioe Rackaj-Edward Rada-Ierry M. Radostits-Edward
Radous-Leonard F. Rahn-George W. Rapata-Henry
Rathowski--Peter Ratkovich-Richard Reboul-loseph L.
Refesky-Edward Regal-Robert I. Rehka-William F.
Reilly-lames l. Reninqer-George Remp-lohn Revy-
George Reynolds-Richard Rezac-Adolph Ricker--Ioseph
Ricker-Ioe M. Ricker-Edward Richert-George Riemer-
Charles Ringl--Clifford Ritter-Norman Ritter-Norman C.
Roegner-Iohn Rohs-Raymond Rojek-Frank Roman-
George Rousek, lr.-Anthony R. Ruth-Ray Rychecky-
George Safronek--Chester Scelonge-Walter Scelonge-
Clarence Schobinger--Albert Schalkowski-Bob Schlehofer
-Ioseph Schlehofer--Paul Schnider-Meyer Schwartz.
'A' Norman Schultheis-George Schwendner-Charles Sechen
-Frank E. Sejtka-Daniel Sekulich-George Sevik-Rob
ert I. Shalelc-Donald F. Shockley-William Shibla-
Richard I. Sichrovsky-Alvin Silha-Raymond Silha-
Frank B. Simek-Frank Simek-Ioseph F. Simonek-Ray
mond Simundza-Walter Simundza-Wm. V. Sinkovic-
Ioseph Sinskey-Iames F. Sirola--George B. Skarda-Ru-
dolph Skodacek-Edward Skibicki-Ray Skulinua--Benjamin
Slouf-Ioseph Smazilc--George Smilh-Richard Snobel-F.
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Sokol-Iames Soucek-Elmer Soukup-Milton Soukup-
George Spruny- Fred Sprugel-los. Sranek-Ray Sranek-
Iames Srdeny-Eugene Stachniak-I. C. Stadnik-Edward
Stanislawski- Wm. T. Staroba-Meils R. Stekl-Louis Stejs-
pal-Raymond Stepanek-Leonard Stunf-George-Sustek-
Victor Svetic-George Suk-Ice Supol-Frank Sus-George
Sustek-Anthony Sveda-Clifford Swanson-Alix Sworowski
-Anthony Sykora-Robert Soukup.
i'Milan Tatak-Julius Taus-Richard Taus-Robert Seinost
-Henry Thole-Milo Tobory-Henry I. Tonika-Stanley
Trzeciak-William Tresnak-Arthur Tuic-Arthur Turek-
Chester Turner-Raymond Turek-Edward Tyk.
i' Rudolph Uhlik-Lee Uldrichd. Unterirorz-Stanley Urba
'kLeroy Vacovsky-Robert Vacker-lerry Vachata-Iames
Vacherlon-lames Vojsak-Olio Valenta-Bob. Vales-
Iames Valestin-lerome Vanduch-Ludwig Vanduch-
George Vanek-lohn Vasicek-Robert Vavrinek-Charles
Vedral-Frank Vedral-Ralph Velk-Arthur Vesely-Frank
Vessels-Ioseph Viskocil-Anton Visothe-George Vitek-
Iohn Vitt-Charles Vlach-Arthur Vladiha-Edward Vlasak
-Emil Vasicek-fWounded in Actionl-William Vodnasky-
Charles Vojik-Robert Vlacek-Emil Vosicky-Rudy Vrbsky
i' Sol Wachovsky-Ioe Waibel-Tom Waibel-Nick Wardell
-Robert Weinberg-Harry Wisniewski-Dave Welsh-
Francis White-George Wido-Micheal Wido-C. Wierdak
-George Wilson-Anthony Wimmer-Irwin Wimmer-
Orville Wincek-loseph Windor-Alan Winholt-Earl
Winterroth-Earl Woltje-Edwin Wojtar-Edward Wolf-
Merle Wolf-Roy Wolfman-Sidney Wolfman-George
Wondrasek-Leo Wozol-Fred Wrablik-Fred Wrablak.
i' Leonard Yukuis.
Yloseph Zalon-Iohn Zaiicek-C. Zedrek-Edward Zeman
-Richard Zeitek-Henry Zieblinski-lerry Zeman-Iohn
Zoubek-Clarence Zuebsow-William Zuehsow.
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KA Www Vkf' Page Twenty-Three
T110 former stzulents of FUI'l'lIgIl1 11110 are IIOI-lt' in the Sf'flJl'l'l'S
580 Io date. These are the ones Il'1IOSl? names 11.1111 IIIZIIFFSSPS 11'e have
receiverl. There are prolmbly many 0l11ers 11110 ure Hiltllgl 11110111 a11o11I.
We regret to say that of t11e 580 t11ere are now six 10110 have lost heir
lives in line of duty. They are: Jerome French, E1111far11 ClL9l'8III.CH, 101111
Hofriclzter, Lester Kuclzar, R1'c11ard Mitz, and Joseph Schlehofer.
We express our syrnpathy to their relatives and friends.
'First Row Brindac, Tyle, Pinter, lnderk, Cerveny, Leniar,
1 0 N ' E R N B A N D Hury, Drotziger, Pollcowsl-ci, Krolopp, Second Row-Papacli,
Valek, Kreiss, El-rl, Sirouatka, Baldwin, Zitny, l-lallis. Third
Row-Minkus, Schingl, Amado, Xlilillis, Fannin, Matouselc,
Witte, Teren, Meyers,
Each member of the Farragut Concert Band selects his instru-
ment the first semester he enters and is required to spend a
semester in the Cadet Band where special training is given to
prepare students for the Concert Band.
This group plays for assemblies, football games, community
affairs and festivals. Every year it participates in the Chicago
' City High School Contestq Where they have received a superior
i rating for their performance for seven consecutive years under
Mr. Ackermanns direction.
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Flor, Hmch, Kutzondoifer, Sziczesny,
llorat-plc, l.ar-liky, Kaplan, fturtalc.
First Rowgliruluy, Svoborla, Veringer,
f'roirmori, Senienelc, Manak, Zorlca.
Carelc, Veseiy. Second Row-Kasper,
Baronalc, Kolar. Bottom- Naql, LeMar,
Choc, Filip, Mc,Mahon. Third Row-
liadraba, Lamlwersky, Nlartiner.
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flflfll4'llSfSlUN Skala, Prilwyl, Novy, Zeliria. WSECOND VIOLINS. First Row-Vastlik, Klein, Tausk, Vcnliuda, Kyzivat. Second How
- 'l'i1cl1-r, Dr-Neva, llolkwwicz, Zomcik, Kasper, Spevak. Third Row-Vilok, Ziln, Toclcstein, Maleiovic. 'BRASS First Row--Sturm
fold, lluslivkfi, Vacffk, llavlik. Second Row-Lacliky, Kolar, lonik, Tabor, Pitlik. WVWOODWIND. First Row-llustak, Kutzomlorlos,
l'lI'Om'll. Second Row-llyolto, Filip, Sell. 'FIRST VIOLINS. First Row-Iirec, Krupka, Osmanski, Worst, Hlava. Second Row -
Stmka, Svamlwra, lrlmina, Miklian, Hadrava. WVIOLA. First Row-Stipsky, Wilhelm, Samoc, Pavlakos. Second How-Kadlec, Winkler,
l'1r'sl1vS, Sykcira, lflfisticka, Anton.
'First Row--Satxannl-:, l-lulik,
Filny, 'l'vltlwtts, ltallstroin,
Norman, lkilak. Second Row
ll.n11s, Krnplm, Snnr, llvsik,
llntt. Third Row llartzcnian,
S in 0 k A l, lvlanm'--k, Novak,
'l'up.x, Vlavlty, 'llwpay, llatkgw.
iuzr, Koss, lH-itqal, Smctana,
fFirsl Row ltalwa, ltarter,
Slapalc, Fink-il, ltlnltpp. Sec-
ond Row - Ltmmas, ltusarik,
.wn1i.ana, Kaslmivk, 'l-ililwtts.
'Hfirsi Row Hanzlik, Tyser,
Kessler, Suadlwilc, F r y Q C+ k,
The Farragut Concert Crchestra under the direction ot Sylvan D. Ward
has attained the highest standard in the city's music enterprises. "S"
has been their rating now tor some years.
To play a string instrument lB's may enroll any time during the semester
without the need ot a previous musical education.
You may tind a career by joining the orchestra. For some ot the mem-
Chicago Civic Orchestra under the direction of the Chicago
have gotten their start here at Farragut.
The orchestra surpassed itself at the '43 Spring Festival with the brilliant
playing ot Moussorgskys "Night on Bald Mountain."
The previous sextet that played at various programs here at Farragut
consisted ol regular members, but this procedure has been changed.
bers ct the
BOYS' CHORUS-GROUP 1
ffirst Row Riirxzynski, Skoch,
ond Row laros, Koudelik,
son, Saselk, Kiral, Riirko, Pm-
char. Third Row Frarwvttic,
Siiliirz, Flasza, Svrcek, Divine,
Rartos, McCa1tl1y, Pr11si11ski,
BOYS' CHORUS'--GROUP II
ffirst Row - -- Kurera, Louisa,
Che'-rvenak, Meister, Wf'llftf,
Pearson, Nkkworiirig, Rattaglia.
Second Row Rercisak, Zt1iFiY'1,
Cervenka, Pmrak, Miss l11h11'
SGH, l.esh111a11, Weiralicli, K111-
zol, Garli. Third Row--Ruth,
K ru p lc a, Neiedly, Cimnek,
Sawyer, Vavra, Pritiyl, Kon-
Vdlllliict, l1i111s11 Fourth Row
lf:rl11l,R.i11:l Il11lIf1, V.1::11l:,
YX11.-r-1, Cldillffi, ww 1, if11111t
Hwy. R1 'it' lc lt.11l 11.1.
BOYS' CHORUSfGROUP Il
"fl-'irsl Row fDoleis, Kourny,
Poirnan, Gura, Moizis, Kalny,
ond Row Miss Iohnson, Ve-
selak, Tohor, Krnetvc, Rivlwr,
Kocka, Relticek, Zuchsow,
perky, Marovitz, Hoff, Kuncs,
Ryva, Brodnicki, Driz, Komv
mer, Moyzis, Tischler. Fourth
Row4Statastny, Dolak, Koon-
tz, Kalmar, Becker, Weirittorq,
Kurhar, Soukup, Mateiovsky,
Consisting of two groups which meet the third and seventh periods
the Boys' Chorus once again under the leadership of Miss Marie S.
lohnson received "S" rating in the Annual Choral Contest. Twice
each year the boys assist at both spring and fall Festivals. Bella Finkel
has been their faithful accompanist for two semesters. The officers for
this semester were: Third period'-Pres. lulian Svrcelcp Vicevpres. Ierry
laneceky Treas. Al Rose, Secy. Edmund Subicz. Seventh periodwf
Pres. Robert Garnettg Vice-Pres. Richard Weinberg, Treas. Ralph Kalmar,
Secy. Glenn Sawyer.
Some outstanding boys in the Choruses were lulian Svrcek, Louis
Prachar, lerry lanecek, Robert Burzynski, and Robert Garnett.
Vandon, Minarik, Ianecfik, Ilo-
i11a, Rose, l.ei11dec'kOr, Sec-
Rouctriek, Meyer, Miss lohn-
Drew, Holec, Lapportc. Sec-
Hall, Kmawa. Third Row-Kd
Both the Iunior and Senior groups, besides singing at school,
are heard in radio broadcasts, contests, and semi-annual spring
and fall rnusic festivals. At the National Music Contest the girls
received an "S" rating. Lucille Konecy has faithfully served as
pianist in all programs in which they have participated. The
officers for this semester were: Third period- -Pres. Errninia
Sciaccag Vice-Pres. Blanche Novaky Treas. Betty Sedag Secy.
Antonette Hahn. Seventh period4Pres. Eleanor Smith, Vice-
Pres. leanne Ruzelcg Treas. Maxine ldeg Secy. Ruth Prchal.
i'Gron5t I First Row Smith,
Into, Siinc'-k, Prclvan, Sviacca,
Vanck, Qlwatial, Malina, Mae
sitio, Itcisvk, Crockett. Sec-
ond Row - Bastyr, Schultz,
Binqaman, Plntivlia, Sann, Se-
da, Novak, Lanigan, Hamer,
Pikal, Third Row - Lupac,
Urctial, Hoeseko, Zorko, Mil-
kIlS, Gnlifnian, Donialiyl, Stei-
mistta, Konwy, Porter. Fourth
Row --Monro, Ontiml-za, Ru-
zvk, Iioloutiok, Xcnian, Fish,
vlior, Senica, Coucli, Pmvlia,
icilkitlit li First Row Peters
Iioicsilsek, Steininqer, Grant,
Farrell, Ters, Anton, Iiornoff,
Kotitia. Second Row Ptutti
Pcvspisil, Lattal, Mayen, Miller,
Divntinl, Iiasm an, Karaka
Itlys, Sit-dtarvlc. Third Row-
Tnpiv, Kayl, Schwartz, Karnis,
S c' It w a r I :', Imsos, Sterha,
Moorv, lireiisn, Ifiitzi, Kovarik.
fkirotlp IIII First Row-
Idatka, lXntII:'oiewski, Grether,
l.lIIlLIIIlt", Gabriel, Zastro, Vi-
zvk, Vitivqar, Ivanec. Second
Row '-KUIIIOIOIIS, Neras, Hor-
vni, Konvalinka, Sip, Hahn,
Cisar, Minarik, Francik, Ma-
cttacek. Third Row -Devaney,
Villa, Mlatitv, lllivr, Nemwv,
Hruza, S ink u I a, Nomecek,
i' B. P. A. First Row-Mrs. Care-k, Mrs. Spevak, Mrs. Tabor, Mrs. Havlik, Mrs. Lacliky, Mrs. Skala, Mrs,
Kadera. Second Row-Mrs. Hockett, Mrs. Zelina, Mrs. Hruby, Mrs. Fremgen, Mrs. Vacelc, Mrs. Novy. Third
Row-Mr. Zink, Mr. Kadera, Mr. Vacek, Mrs. Kaspar, Mr. Fremgen, Mr. Tabor, Mr. Novy.
Financial matters pertaining to the band and
orchestra such as purchasing instruments, equip-
ment, repairing instruments, sponsoring a roller
skating party and the eighth annual Iune Con-
cert ancl Dance and purchasing medals and pins
for the band and orchestra every year as a result
of winning contests are the continuous Work of
the Band and Orchestra Parents Association. The
proceeds from the Concert and Dance help pay
for these new instruments and repairs.
Membership totals about ll5 and meetings are
held the first Wednesday of each month in the
Shedd Park Fieldhouse, and are Well attended.
Meetings comprise lectures by professional
musicians and talent taken from the band and
Parties are given occasionally for members of
the band and orchestra and their friends.
President ........... .... M rs. I. l-lavlik
First Vice-President ...., .... M rs. A. Spevak
Second Vice-President .... .... M r. P. B. Ritzma
Recording Secretary .... ...Mrs. I. Tabor
Treasurer ........... .... l Jlrs. I. Lachky
Financial Secretary .... .. .Mrs. R. Skala
Historian .......... .... M rs. E. Kubat
COME AT 7:45 A.M. HO! HUM!
The Student Guidance is one of the most im-
portant group of students at Farragut. The mem-
bers of this committee are recruited trom all
semesters and have equal opportunities to serve.
Among the projects undertaken are Freshman
Day Assemblies, College Day and Tea, visits to
the grammar schools, and conducting tours ot
the school tor prospective students.
At the start of each semester, a series of in-
structive and entertaining assemblies are held for
incoming Freshmen, explaining the extracurricu-
lar activities in which they may participate.
ln April of each year, College Day is held. On
this day, members act as hosts and hostesses to
representatives from selected colleges all over
the country who come here to speak with the
Seniors about their future educational plans.
In Iune, the College Tea becomes the big
event, for former Farragut students return to tell
interested students about lite at college.
Before the end of every semester, groups of
Student Guidance members are sent to local
grammar schools to speak to graduates about the
courses, activities, and publications Farragut has
Shortly after these trips have been completed,
the grammar school students visit Farragut and
are taken on a tour of the building by members
of the committee.
Aspirants to the Student Guidance Committee
are given the privilege ot becoming members if
recommended by their division teacher or after
applying to Miss Florence E. Clark, sponsor,
having had their records inspected and their ad-
mission approved by the members of the group.
The ofticers for the year of l942-43 are: Mar-
cella Vaclavek, President, Blanche Prucha, Vice-
President: Arlene Kirian, Secretary and Uldine
Horeni, Assistant Secretary.
Meetings are held every second Friday at 7:45
A. M. in Room 205.
fFirst Row Miss Clark, Ka-
tlvra, Misa, Porter, Spalenka,
Farrell, Conrad, Soukup, Za-
iivek, Zottek, Kotrba. Second
How - Miller, Mladic, Blevins,
Grant, Vaclavek, Bastyr, Bal-
lan, Smith, Spalenka, Stanek,
Pavlicck, A u b u rn, Slapak,
Stipsky. Third Row 'Kamis,
Novak, llilna, Kirian, Knex,
lloreni, Latlal, Kadlec, Hos-
tivka, Couch, Prnclia, Haikow-
icft, Fagnlec, Bunisek. Fourth
Row-Vitek, Miller, Mellon,
lrliksa, Bowden, Gardner, Har-
rison, Novak, landa, Tysl,
l.onk, Ross, Svnliocla.
'Collectors-Fin! Row--Musicka, Umek, Talman, Kraus, Sak, Dominik. Second
Rowe -Dawiec, Ruth.
'Advertising 'First Row- Miss Linskey, Taraba, Castek, Frohriep, Kraus, Heine,
The business journalism class, third per-
iod, is the business department oi the
Scroll. As business manager We have Irma
Allard: as advertising manager Eleanor
I-lejnag as advertising set-up girl Mary
"iron handed" Anne Krausg as advertising
salesmen are Lillian Castek and Ruth Proh-
Their duties are to collect money from
the various Scroll advertisers. The book-
keepers are Lorraine Herodes, in charge of
the accounts receivable ledger: Lorraine
Taraba, in charge of the division ledgersg
and Georgiann Prince in charge of the gen-
The collectors are Adeline Candra,
Helen Daviac, Mildred Dominek, Rose
Mlynarski, Vlasta Ruth, Vlasta Sak, Audrey
Talman, Lillian Tesar, and Ann Umek.
The duties of the collectors are many. They must collect activity
fee from the division teachers daily until the room is 10071. They told
and distribute Scrolls every other Thursday.
The girls learn how to keep books, operate the adding machine,
and learn how a newspapers advertising is obtained and set up. The
business journalism is under the supervision of Miss Mildred Linskey.
'X Fremgeny as office manager or "boss" is
"fStandinq Boubelik, Mrs. Mudra. First
Row Riha, Cesai, Parker, Likas, Verin-
'fflfirst Row-Ray Svoboda, LeRoy lirik,
Gene Likas, Eleanor Miller, Irwin Dia-
mond, David Zwick.
'Standing' - A Schultz, Schulz, Czajka,
Kryl, Stielier, Horeni. First Row Tictliy,
Mansfield, Lattal, Murawski.
i'Standinq-Parker, Pavlicek, Boubelik,
Stanek. First Row-Husa, Velek, Wad'
dell, Miller, Cesal.
YIIIIIINIII ' gasaxunnuuni
Behind the Quill and Scroll award
you receive in your Senior year for
work done on the school paper is a
career of hard yet interesting work.
When the paper is going to press, the
Scroll Room is one of work, noise, rush
You know it's work wheneeditors
stay until 6:00 P.M. finally assembling
an unrecognizable piece of paper which
will be transformed into a Scroll and de-
livered to your division room on time
every other Friday.
When 'you rack your brain for a
head that will fit for stories that don't.
When you're counting the inches of
a story until you know more figures than
You know it's noise theneyou try to
talk to Butch across the room, repeating
so many times you're sure your vocal
chords are strained.
When typewriters are going at such
a speed you wonder why the world's
champion typists haven't come from our
own Publications Office.
When' -Asomeone meets a waste-
basket and makes a perfect three-point
landing on the fielde--oopsAfloor.
When reporters are rushing around
gathering bits of information from editors
who are still sane enough to give it to
You know it's rush when-it's six
o'clock and you thought you were going
to get dummies to the printer so you
could have galleys the next day.
When reporters are handing you the
line that all the typewriters are busy in
order to be sure they've got the 5W's in
their first sentence.
When you just discovered galleys
haven't been proof-read and you make
a futile effort to control yourself long
enough so Mrs. "M" will not discover
this for herself.
You know it's worry when-the dead-
line is here, and you haVen't even de-
cided how to begin your feature.
When fpoor cub reporters have lost
their one last brain cell because you
scared them out of their wits and you
hope they won't require a doctor be-
cause you're broke as it is.
When no friend or foe will even sug-
gest to you an idea for that tiller in the
wide open space.
fl filled this space OK., didn't l?l
Gloria Sladek, Evelyn Pav-
licek, Richard Vana, Alice
Cizck, Ruth McDowell.
THE LOG FOR 1943
MRS MARIE H. MURDA
The l943 Log has as its theme the tenth anniversary
of the founding of the Farragut Senior High School.
lust exactly ten years ago in September, 1933 Farragut
ceased being a Iunior High. For our birthday cake see
the title page. Vivian I-Ioloubek, 222D, coaxed her
father to make this beautiful cake for us and we express
our sincere thanks to him for it.
This year the Log Staff worked under the strain of
Wartime difficulties with a deadline that was weeks
ahead of other years and a shortage of metal, films
and paper. But the problems have been worked out
with the help of the Scroll Staff, some of the Senior
rooms and the many teachers who excused students
from class to get the book done. The Staff Wishes to
thank all these and also the Root Studio and Mr. Dick
Mitchell, the engraver, for this cooperation.
OUR STAFF ' ' ' EDITOR Gloria Sladek ff BUSINESS MGR. Richard Vana W MAKE-UP EDITOR Ruth
McDowell if CIRCULATION MGR. LeRoy Iirik f SENIOR WRITE-UPS Evelyn Pavlick f PHOTOG-
RAPHY EDITOR Alice Cizek.
fFirst Row-- Likes, Borosalc, Prchal, Smith, Silha,
Photography Group plans the pliotographefs
schedules, takes, arranges, and identifies pictures
and snaps those candids everyone dreads.
fllow 1- -Stanek, Spacek, Waddell, Novak, Ide.
Row 2- Miller, Kormunda, Zeithammel, Boubelik.
Literary Group gathers all data on the Seniors,
clubs, clnssesy writing, copy and proof reading
'First Row lloroni, Lattal, Kryl, Spalenka, Ho-
Collectors give up division periods to collect
Log monoy from room salesmen.
flfirsl Row - Tyle, Giles, Pike, Vololc, Tischer,
Husa, Stachniak. Second Row Mrs.Mudra, Riha,
Zraly, Tichy, Fagulec, Ryva, Kupka, Kamis. Third
Row Prclial, Krueger, Gelsoniini, Svoboda, Car-
ralnotta, Kouvalinka, Kelly, Ftinganiaii.
Business Stall promotes sales, avts as Log
distributors, and sells ads to local businessmen.
STUDENT COUNCIL ' SENICR CABINET
Composed of forty 4A and 4B boys
and qirls, the Senior Cabinet inenibers
are elected by the faculty and the 4B's.
The club, sponsored by Miss Gonovra
Geer, is equally divided between 4A's
Meeting with the Freshmen, the Senior
Cabinet plans talks wit htheni or the
finer points oi etiquette, and sees that
every division has at least one party in
the Social Room.
t The Cabinet niernbers are chosen lor
their willingness to serve, depend-
ability and general qood citizenship.
'First Row llmil-zu, V1-iinqti, Navy,
llusa, Vavwk, Sntlkup, Parker, Kolvcrim,
llnrnlif'-'k. Second Row- -Miss Genova
Gvnr, Mnrwv, llnina, Kainlna, Priliyl,
Gwiq-ti, Krmva, llxllllrt, Ktxnlvra. Third
vS'N'H5 E I xfriitill A , r I I
How llilm, Stilwln, fivolwoila, Ktispiirol-1,
lfis, Dnrtiiy llrarlmi, lliidinan, Horosak,
Fourth Row Kohn, Lnnk, Cnwswr, llam-
iviuvi, Ilvivf li, lair lil-:gy It nik, Klfnnf-tt,
flirt up l First Row lVlm'lm, SCllIdl11IIl,
llnnfin, Kiiwm, llulfiis, Kulmt, llall-
ratrwin, lv'ltm11fif', livioiiswlz. Second How
l.fvoinriL', limi, Vfistmlo, Mydak, l.i
ltvi, filxwlrwlfi, lifnivtl-1, 'l'--pin: Third Row
Anfl- rasttn, It vers, Vulnininqs, Slnistrir,
lint-1 kiimni '-" v, Mtilifli, l.aniar, Miller.
Fourth Row tiilws, llnnsl-1.1, Tlnirstnn,
ll-isszalwi, lliniimiiiil-1, lliiiplm, Cfardiinr,
lWr'1iltit'xvsk1, Fsin-fl, Cnlvs.
fflrttiip ll First Row Dviiiwtmrl, Bas-
tyr, Naval-1, l,,-isfan, llitigllz-1, Vostatok,
Otto. Second Row Drfwv, l.ii1fllwf'rft,
lfitkaisl, ifotivli, 'l'tilrnan, fltnrnislia, Third
How Koutsky, Vfiutnilc, Gabriel, li0vho1',
flklirafz llmusim Firsl Row Pnplai, liul
iuiii, lvlivliim, Spm'lm"lc, l'1'Oislwr, lifiinliii.
WML l'v.ic-lick First Row Lilcixs, Kulixi,
Llilm, lliviumri. Second Row Qlviimxi,
, ,,. . V' .
l.l. l'n1i1l, lmfmilcu, lxulws, lxml, buvlm
flvlr. lifillliiu Firsi Row liivois, Sma-
lxik, 'l'm11'qvO, MIC. Fallliis, Kimi, Kynrl,
Iivsiuvislur. Second Row Lavl-cw, Pw-
pwllm, Vmicim, lccsnivislwr, Siccllarwk,
SmiIl1,MamSliPld. Third Row liovarik,
flvliss lwlwwlilm First Row klikninakli,
lilispm, Wfmier, 'l'ysl, Miisil, lllciii, Col-
lins, Kaiiimlli. Second Row Ivliss
Muolmii, Spalvnlca, Similulvlz, Zomrilc,
Smici, Mm'lmn"Ok, l'ml, l'lUSI1l-lil, Lvliv.
Third Row Nlxllllidiiil, lllli0lliPSOIl, llwl'
kowirz, lVlriI'f'lC, Lfumliws, Tislvr, Zvlwlz,
l lill, Malmo. Fourih Row liirlilor,
Slnmsllcu, Svliwnrz, Klima, Daliuslrcm,
DOIillWI'dWSl'1l, Kunz, lvlcmricli, Mojzisc-lc.
'li T. A. First
Row Mis. N. Kru-
ger, Mis. L. Front'
gen, M rs. l. A.
Safranek, Mrs. ff.
Svlicw-riliofc-ri, M r s.
C. l. Vlacli, Mrs. ll.
Zelina, Mrs. O. l.
How Mrs. ft. Dnv
rak, Mrs. A. Nnvy,
Mrs. F. Aclrnnaitis.
Mrs. A. Havlik, Mis.
H. Wailwel, Mrs. M.
Kohriut, Mrs. L. A.
PARENT TEACHERS ASS'N
The Farragut P.T.A. was organized to promote interest and co-operation among
the faculty, students and parents. lt has proven a great success and the interest
and cooperation have never waned.
The final meeting of the Farragut P.T.A. was field on lime 10, in the Social
Mrs. Louis Brookman, Ir., of the l.C.P.T. High School Service installing Officer,
had the honor of installing the new officers in the P.T.A. at Farragut. New officers
are: President, Mrs. Elsie Schonhofeny First Vice-President, Mrs. Otto Hauskv
nechty Rec. Secretary, Mrs. Lawrence Fremgen and Treasurer, Mrs. Iohn Cillian.
The past year was a busy one not only with parties but worthwhile activities.
At an exhibit of posters and publicity books held at the Austin Town Hall,
'x'Ved., March 31, for the Council of District 23, the P.T.A. achieved high honors.
Two posters out of four presented by Mrs. C. I. Miller, poster chairman, and
made by Mrs. Martinovsky, a past poster chairman, were awarded blue ribbons,
and are going to be exhibited at the State Convention. The posters selected were
on membership and homemaking.
Mrs. Martinovsky has also been elected and installed as an auditor of the
High School Council P.T.A. of District 23, at the Annual Spring Conference
which was held at the Marshall High School, on March 25.
Mrs. Ierome A. Safranek, received a certificate of merit for her publicity book
which was voted as being the best book of the High Schools of District 23.
"Where is that dictionary?" is no longer the cry in
the Scroll and Log room. Why? Because the P.T.A.
has generously donated a beautiful Webster's New
lnternational Dictionary-WSecond Edition, to the young
journalists. This dictionary is set on a movable walnut
table on casters which make it easy to slide from place
to place. Now the searching and rumaginq through
drawers, filing cases or cupboards has been eliminated,
for now with a twist of the wrist the dictionary comes
sliding toward you. Pretty nifty, eh?
Cn March llth, at the regular P.T.A. meeting, 'Wilma
Boubelik, editor of the Scroll, accepted the dictionary
from the president, Mrs. Frank Louzensky, expressing
the gratitude of both the Scroll and Log staff. She also
said anytime the mothers wanted to know how to spell
a word they were welcome to run over and use tho
Again, a million thanks to the P.T.A.
SERVICE GUILD I
tl.litlt'llI'UUtIl Sponsors First Row-
Dolois. Second Row Howdon, L. Novak,
V. Novak, ldwiricwri, Smnenok, Manak,
Zorko, Third How llorni, Sladok, Spon-
lock, Wliito, Divis, Drtina, Scliwiltla.
SERVICE GUILD II
fAssomltly llall Sponsors First Row--
Horoiisr-k, Byclilik, Arziq, llokoska,
Frniiiqon, 'l'l1i0r, Dvorak, Roininqor. Sec-
ond Row 'Miss Culvr-r, Srninolia, Srliu-
lwr, Prncflia, Fromqori, Koontz, Plys,
ll--nqoporos, Pocliolvradsky. Third Row
Poplar, Hakkan, Lamo, Boliinc, Eimvrs,
Rudman, Vitok, Roth, Doqri0s.I"ourth
Row Allold, Piclia, Burke, Klinichok,
Zalina, Kipta, Yolniclior, Cikanok, No-
SERVICE GUILD III
illall Guard l First Row--Kurzawn,
Kobylak, llospopke, Gabriel, Smekal,
Schmidt, Noblwa, Kluczyrislcv, Second
Row - J Billik, Volconio, Gordoyciv,
Grovny, Rims, Tozibiatousk, Sindlocl,
'l'o1wic. Third Row, fConrad, Gardner,
l7'arr0ll, Karaka, Polil, Corny, Freinqon.
Novak, Satranok. Fourth Row Dranror,
Roriclia, Riclitor, Novak, Hlavar, Krsak,
SERVICE GUILD IV
fllall Guard Il--First Row- -Maclia,
Vozromka, Waddoll, Fiadvanosky, Zotvk.
Killlittlf, Novak, Sann. Second Row-
Roininqor, Losick, Danylciw, Hawkins,
Rousvk, If-vororiz, Liss. Third Row-
llosok, Anivovotny, Storlia, lvlooro, Stn-
kiyolioam, Bdfitftli, Boliinc, Miller. Fourth
Row Ryva, Gzaika, Koudelik, Vtlliito,
DCIllfSC'ilf'I', Novak, Fioudnok, Kruoqor.
Orqaniztud in lflflil, tliri Smvico Guild is
now made up of tivo different qroups:
luncliroom sponsors, office lielpors, liall
quards, assonilily liall sponsors, and
study liall lifilpvrs. A studvnt may tw-
conie a nimnlior of the Service Guild
by volunteerinq tor duty, and must lie
rocoinniondod by liis division teachers.
A liadqo is worn by mmnbors as a mark
of autliority and distinction.
A qroup of students from tlie Student
Council plan tlio activities of tlio Servico
Guild. 'l'liis connnittvci of tho Student
Council and ofticors of the Service Guild
liold conferences with students wlio
sliow poor citizenship.
The rvprosontatives receive five points
toward tliciir civic lettvr.
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During the past few months the members of the Scholarship
League have participated in a series of programs entitled, "Air
Age Education." These programs were planned to encourage
students to interest themselves in aviation. They explained the
many points of interest in the aeronautical field. Movies and
stories explained technical facts which help students understand
their study of pretlight in their regular classes. General informa-
tion tor the novices helps to create an interest in aeronautics.
The aim oi the Scholarship League is to encourage students
to raise their scholastic averages and to attain fine citizenship.
Membership is open to any students whose citizenship and
earnest endeavor quality them. Excellence in scholarship is
necessary to learn even a small part of the vast knowledge man-
kind has systematized in the arts, sciences, history, and literature.
The motto of this organization is truly, "Per aspera Ad Astra"
iThrough Hardship to the Stars? for only through leadership,
scholarship, service and character are worthwhile things ac-
The war has taught us the necessity ior clear thought and
progressive intelligence because only through intelligence can
these students become worthwhile citizens who will be better
able to prevent the carnage through which we are now strug-
gling to emerge victorious. They are the men and women who
will continue to keep the ideals of democracy alive.
Every semester the members oi the Scholarship League hold
a general rneeting with otiicers of the Honor Society presiding.
There is also an induction ceremony for outstanding students
who are made members of the National Honor Society. This
program, which is always inspiring, contains talks that are
given by the respective presidents of the Iunior Honor Society,
Service Guild, Student Council, and Senior Honor Society.
Musical selections given by the Concert Orchestra and soloists
add to the beauty of the ceremony.
ln addition other special programs and parties are enjoyed by
the members throughout the year. Once again this year we
had the annual Honor Society Skating party which was greatly
enjoyed by everyone as the capacity rink plainly showed. The
money that was turned in for the party enabled our school to
send the Victory Boxes to 5lU men serving our country so
gallantly in the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Corps.
Cakes were sent to the Servicemen's Canteen in the campaign
that was conducted last term.
Miss Alice Mitchell is general chairman of the Scholarship
League. The tour groups are sponsored by the Honor Society
sponsors: Miss Mary Morganflfreshmeng Mrs. Emily Mills-
Sophomoresp Miss Katherine Olearyeluniorsp Miss Bernadette
SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY I
ffirsf How Otto, Kr-rfirirfr, Mrirvt'
Krupkfa, Pavlicrik, Bririhvlik, Smikup
Parker, Hurrilirink. Second Row Smith
Velek, Ivarrnri, Nfvvrvtriy, Himsa, Cristal
Veririqor, Caha, Prchfri. Third Row-
Sodiacvk, Saufr, Vosiwky, Torrischiti
Barham, Marisiiwlfi, Hfisrrk, Ifis, Iiaqrrlm-
Fourth Row Marsh, Svohofia, Tamlm
Zaman, Lohreritz, Zmrifrrr, Zraly, Sfikrrl
SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY II
'First Row -Wioza, Korivry, Krriir-fr,
Iirec, Novy, Stairs'-k, Ihisa, Smith, Vrrrfvk
Hoiria, Stiiilo, Riha, Vitwris, Krrrmrvk
Florian, Zorko, Lasso, Third Row Inrriri
Crick, Rudrrrarr, Hrrzzvk, Dorrir, Iiifila,
Peitersorr, Karriha, Strarliwtfr, I"r.ri, IIN:
ticka. Rourth Row Krrkfrist, Kmrtsky
I'IEiIIlIXOITIF'I', Vfiwrwr, tI.irririt!, IW-rrrmrr
Kolar, Ntfwro, Karsimrfik
IUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY
i'I"irsl Row Roisnk, Grrrrifiyrv, Sykr-1.1,
Gairrioi, Pruvhd, Sw-tiodra, Iirrkfii, ihvitv,
Pose, Vlroctir-ia, Second Row Miss
O'L-Gary, Zciormhlik, Srirrifr, Arrin, Sutra
riek, Bolirisko, Saiiollc, Svhrarrrrrr, Novak,
Klifirricivsky, Pr vfrrr. Third Row Star-ti
niak, Vlasich, Kouha, Biricrarrmri, Novak,
Winkler, Soukup, Kiriari, Krruz, Srravok.
Fourih Row Drew, Frvrrrqvrr, Krucqrrr,
Kormunda, Tysl, Iloravvk, Iiostivka,
Lauth, Hamer, Hruhy.
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To be eligible lor the National Honor Society
a student must be in the upper third ot his class.
The members of the faculty then send in their
Service is another characteristic on which
the teachers base their choice. Willingness to
serve and cooperation, and dependability are
the chief factors. The committee also discusses
awards that the candidate has received.
SOPHOMORE HONOR SOCIETY ,,
"fl-'irst Row Likas, Forst, Pribyl, Porter, Slapak, Stipsky,
l'arrell, Conrad, Zettek, Kotrba, lvanec. Second Row-
V- nlnitla, Souknn, llutlcc, Gasparik, Ferl, Steininqer, Snurny,
Spacil, Spiegal, Klein, Rychlik, Peters, Svetal, Dvorak, Ga-
briel. Third Row Bowden, Kunz, Ploc, Kyzivat, Mlady,
Malirh, Benisek, Kutzendorfer, Hrocli, Veselka, Lomos, Hai-
l-znwivf, 24-nivik, Kml, Ttlwic. Fourth Row Strangli, lN'w'e.i,
Carek, Kasper, Kvidera, Spevak, Kristufek, Husarik, Hyva,
Ross, Pencil, Devaney, Horeni, Bute, Vitek, Lattal, Piksa,
AT THE THIRD
A student is also judged by his character.
Trait ratings are taken into consideration by the
sponsors of the Honor Society and by the
A committee composed of Miss Clark, Miss
Geer, Mrs. Schultz, and the Honor Society
sponsors, Miss Mitchell, Miss O'Leary, Miss
Morgan and Miss Hopkins, vote on the stu-
dents who are selected. They are initiated and
receive membership cards and pins from Mr.
Ritzrna. Activities a student is engaged in also
are taken into consideration.
FRESHMAN HONOR SOCIETY
'First Row Rezac, Kunicki, Gardner, Hosek, Uher, Killhoff.
Second Row Zaman, Langer, Bohinc, Starck, Novak, Pur
chal, Third Row-Hallstrom, Prochaska, Townsley, Kulr-sh,
Kluczynski, Dushek, Harvet.
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UNDERCLASSMEN AT FARRAGUT
f104A-IB--Miss Peterson-First Row-
Hinv'-l, fivrw, Milkovirh, Vizrfk, Twirefv,
IMI-visa, Dv:-mk, Immvfik. Second Row-
Hinsss IW-ts'-xfwll, Krystirmk, Iplwm, Siqqw
vnmu, Vwrst, Pilllvly Hllilrir, 5:-hlllllll, Third
Row Vw:-'ly Kulqr, Sc'iixUvr10l', Kassl,
W1-Nlrivk, II.mk-wwifzr, Iiviimmwk, Pari-
'IOSA-IB - - Mr. Miller i First Row -
Ifrixlfmli, Wmm, l'f11wll.xl1vl1, Mika, ffiluui-
lm, Z.1fl:I11.m11, iimlwllrik, I'-JYSYIHJG, Iluilxt'
llhill, N111-'11, Second Row Mr, Millwi,
I"-I-'11, Hwi.nln1, ilfxlrvrislwill, Klilllbl, H-wi
-mln-l wx, 1.11-lvxk, hkvblcll, Novak, Vvxlimk,
i'1i lm, M-111, Mo-Ilww, vvkikllikd. Third
Row - I'riim.m AflI1il'i1, ffummimjs,
Tfqvlx, -"'iCl1l14'il, Iffrif-ei, H1:'P1!f1r, Imllv,
i110-IB -Mr. Horwichwlfirsl Row-
I'-irxn-fky, 'I'rSySffli:', Hmrata, Krwliylak,
f'.1l1l1-Ll--fun, l'L'upli4'ki, Iluri, Kuxiui. Sec-
ond Row MI. Iimwivlx, Sebek, Paw-
I1 Wsliil, Iilwtzy IZI1-wklvy, Pinkn0I',STm-
fum, Third ROW-fIil1lf'kSIlliii1, Lm-hel,
Ilrlspv-1-1, i'iIl'i4'i, Bri-'h.1In, fixmvi, Wiliffx,
H3045-IB Mr. Airick-Fits! Row-
Krrh, 'I'P1wilw, Dmva, Fwltz, Fmnma,
Imxriws, MuM.ahnnl1, Vilimwk, Swanson.
Second HOWMMI. Aflivk, Wmrazvk, Ot-
mlf-ic, H4111 in v, fivillrillllll, M'lSSIlldIl,
Ifrlixxl-cw, Hrnimyku, Ihysvh, Moran. Third
How -- VX'wn'i1'f'hww::ki, Silflljidll, Iriskri,
Hi1I1fI"Ii, PQI'-rllskw, Z'-I4-l1k.1, I1fI1l1::wn,
1' :fy lifrli lfikqlfl
5310-IB-Miss Cushing - First How -
Poliatka, Fremqen, Cech, Schmidt, Skach,
I-loluls. Second Row-Hlosta, Misl-ca,
Ballan, Anderson, Slokrwilllia, Miller,
Krinch. Third Row Goles, Swanson,
Novak, Manek, Kalas, Younq.
41322-IB-Miss McDaniel-First Row-
Sentivanac, Berq, Kucera, Talusek,
Pavelick, Soukup, Beran, Kainrath. Soc-
ond Row-Miss McDaniel, Thompson,
l-lejtmanek, Novoiny, Patrick, Deeqan,
Hora, Stachniak. Third How----Paloucek
laster, Dahlstrom, Witkowski, Zamis,
lennu, Zupanich, Dovaney, Smoiil.
i427-l-B - Miss Barry - First Row -
Rulh, LeMar, Novak, Hesik, Rulik,
Smekal, Roll, Slutt, Tausk. Second
Row-Hospodka, Brindac, Ekl, Ziiny,
Baldura, Sinkora, Waiclanz, Teren, No-
volny. Third How-Emory, Ribnicek,
Tyla, Gordon, Theisen, Uher, Sedloff,
Filer, Schinaql, Plewa.
WIOZA-IA-Mr. Siedenstranq - First
Row Kreiss, Poplar, Gustafson ,Good,
Kurzawa, Hradecky, Suhajcla, Vesely.
Second Row-Mr. Siedenstranq, Vysko-
cil, lirka, Rifle, Klecan, Gessler, Bilek,
Fletier, Spravka. Third Row-Borkick,
NZelenc, DeClue, Maqdiziarz, Willis,
Levandovski, Taibl, Friedle, Marion.
i'108A-IA-Mr. Camden-First Row -
Gffiio, HHIISFNII, Z1-umm, Zink, 'l'rHrs, Sod
orsliom, ilarvvi, Tiximrwik. Second Row
-Mr. Cmndfm, Giriiiriq, .UI'i3dTl, Svfwik,
Uhor, Vosfijpka, Imww, Davis. Third
How -Pmvk, Crlaliv-rifiw, Kiiiuivki, Urlmli
Diiqmmis, Mama, Piviial, l-Jvenwood
hifxiifl.. Fourth Row r-Frwitoq, Caproa,
Snsviz, Kmi, Nf'VKWiIiy', Siuiwfk, Tvssar, Lip-
i'l25A-IA-Miss Petersen-First Row--
Mivliaol, Sifiiifilfflg Val'-ic, Tlwyii, Miilioiii,
I-liulivoclii, filliilii. Second Row-Miss
iiotvrsmi, Minkuis, Viivk, Wwrsi, Tlipa,
Sqiiiliuck, Iliimiiii, Kimi, inmsik, Third
Row fiiiiisivr, Kvivliizswk, I'l.u"i1y, HOW-
imi, friiwilnivil-2, Miillsfif'-hi, ifilwixiais,
WZIOA-IA V-Mr. Minizer-First Row-
Viipf-Ikii, Vwiim, Imlivslfx, 1-usfllski, Koiliv-
sky, Nwviik, Culllil, liiilik. Second ROW4
Mr, iV1iIlil"'I, Aiiiii-lwsz, Zwlliik, Sililifxldf,
Mu-iwv, Ibwlimi, VVii-iigifrs, Mivii, iiixpnia,
I,iip.iii:s. Third Row I-fiinrvi, iwmlq,
Ymiiie-I, ilinifilmz, fi.iImiiI4'I, H01 Imm,
Illifhik, Kiiiilwfi, iiriifi.
"f2l2D-1A--Miss Rheude-Firs! Row-d
Sifiili, P-lil-tn, Piluy, Simvaikn, Gromi-
mmi, 'IV'-lwlwiitsa, Dmskiu, ilailsirom
Second Row W1-xi-fr, Harris, Diamoiifi
iiwriqoporvfs, liilum, Kilpatrick, Marcu-
snk, Papafvk. Third Row-Witte, Af!
iiorwiil, Vimis, Iiafmiwk, Corvony, Prifi
dy, Bllivxll. Fourih Row-S-fhwmlz,
immin, IXIIIUS, Sillfflfwiifxillil, Harrison,
Omims, iiivlitvr, Mnrfifok, rmwiana.
Yf223A-IA-Miss McVey-First Row-
Kasper, Swiech, Townsky, Slomski,
Kasper, Kluczynski, Korinek, Molik.
Second Row-Benisek, Halack, Re-zac,
Molik, Mylak, Flasza, Ierz, Krizka, Drai-
nol, Krolopp, Vachata. Third Row --
Chewenak, Soukup, Yelnicker, Kolar,
Genske, Korycki, Sojka, Vachuta, Zena,
i229-1-A-Mrs. Maloney-First Row -
Hill, Klebba, Zinqq, Mussman, Lains,
Kulesh, Lancy, I-Ijelie, Spalenka. Second
Row-Kubkouski, Lampropulos, Zingq,
Langer, Samocki, McCafferty, Kilens,
Slusarczyk, Plys, Lenz, Third Row-
Lacko, Burek, Dimoff, Pecin, Urzendq-
Wski, Ianouch, Razz, Larsen, Simcklas,
f3l9D-IA - Miss Duda - First Row -
Liss, Mesik, Qhevrofi, Meister, Levin,
Bruha, Rivers, Pease, Panek. Second
How' Dobbratz, Sauer, Falle, Tuma,
Flak, Laska, Pariyka, Kacin, Mike-ska,
Gardner, Miss Duda. Third Row -
Aumann, Reininqer, Lembitz, Kaifas,
Kranzer, Vales, Korinek, Sustek, Chu-
doba, Wickenkamp, Macha.
i417-1-A-Miss Couqhlin-First How-
Sindler, Canty, Neidzvivki, Noworul,
P-Hvlovic, Schneider, I-iorak, Kacirek.
Second Row-Miss Couqhlin, Pacek,
Zorin, Dundd, Krhounek, Miller, Iarzab,
bran-ez, Slaueiz. Third Row' Meisner,
Beimal, Nowicki, Henqles, Ryjacek,
Goldman, Weber, Ward, Price.
i'420R-1A-Miss Ehrenwerlh-First Row
Lvvnrvnz, Horkinqs, Mlnarik, Simolko,
lmzacloor, llroiso, Anton, Honzlik, Baliia,
llaisl. Second Row-Soslak, Richards,
Polka, lianrinski, Minarik, Marek, Fran-
rik, Lucas, Warner, Cervslnka, Blevins.
Third How - Hrluacok, Balas, Tansini,
Koontz, Hallis, Bornardo, Zill, Vavra,
lfrupka, Rarnott, Popisil.
i'42lA-IAW-Miss Dunn--First Row-4
Svoc, Blunvk, Pospirflml, Dvorak, Zdwnvk
Dona, Pnvolcliik, Spalonka, Purroll. Sec-
ond Row - Suloyk, Dvorak, Slolocki
Wisliriowski, Suiak, Klouzelr, Balaly
Sloclivy, Yanql. Third Row-Monaqlian
llorrnann, Marirh, Svlmllz, Naqol, Mirli-
nn, Kral, Slanrl, Losnwislor, Graninqor
i'425A-lAiMrs. Barrel!-Firsi Row-
l'rolik, Ylvlmrfonhorq, Tosinsky, Vlaclar,
Wolcomf-, Zaslro, Ryan, Spruqol, Tom-
snviv. Second How-Mrs. Barrolt, Star-
ostkn, Hahn, Masok, Smolak, Novak
Dr-limala, Tourqof-, Tislor. Third Row-
llinris, Boliinr, Younqquisl, Sansky
Prokoy, Smith, Koslkn, Galurifhl, Wosol-
'10-1B-2B-Mr. Paschke - First Row -
Kilts, Gabiner, Moehrinq, Natzke, Kazda
Otto, lrlbacker, Venliucla, Mika. Sec-
ond Row -Mr. Pasclil-ce, Hamer, Gorss
Hucllro, Botlom, Lanqner, Huebner, An-
flor, Hamer, Doels. Third Row -Vokac,
Curran, Vilumis, Stock, Forbes, Fisuck
SlY'f'llld, Wrfirauclr, Mlaclvnoff, Marek.
f221B-2B-Mr. Cook-First Row-Tom-
cik, Tosar, Miller, Drysch, Soukup, Vob-
rouvok, Mision, Haaso, Hurt. Second
Row Mr. Cook, Chodora, Sykora, Svarn-
liora, King, Thurston, Soukup, Sliumak.
Third Row-Zdenfik, Pavlas, Hozucha,
Polivli, Telwbcis, Galway, Voss. Fourih
Row-Nomoc, Schumackor, Mares, Fial-
ka, Hand, Polianka, Opiolinski.
152268-2B - Mrs. Davis - Firs! Row -
Corny, limp-ok, lliolrowski, llorsl, llrillyl,
Prosok, llolik, Ekl, llardl. Second Row
-Mrs. Davis, Lisak, Golik, Machek,
Houpy, Ringer, Bowrion, Carsiens, Ru-
back, Third How-Tomsak, les, Ed-
rnier, Hladik, Choo, Sukup, Maclidla,
Speck. Fourth Row-Rapinac, Klam-
Chnk, Horny, Ward, Sliopok, Zolona,
Linhaii, Houska, Goodman.
"f228B-2B-Mrs. Babcock-First Row-
Moldniod, Plosnicli, Spovak, Diamond,
Fachlik, Eminqor, Spioqol, Broke, Second
Row Frulmuii, Aronouski, Ruzicka,
Brlis, Matoiovic, Third Row--Otto, Hoz-
hon, Kariolick, Czorwinski, Schrein, Ko-
varik, Heindl, Feinberg, Hadraba. Fourth
Row-Bonca, McKinnon, Klir, Opll, Lin-
hari, Fonrl, Knopf, Glancoy.
'1'405B-2B-Miss Hogan - First Row -
Ticliy, Svojoa, Kyzival, Hanak, Zemcik,
Vonhuda, Smrz, Uquna, Kilpalrick, Svo-
boda. Second Row-Miss Hogan, Sim-
mons, Roqin, Matson, Ploc, Piksa, Phol,
Vanvata, Husnak, Snniok, Andrzejfiw-
ski, Spurnn, Third Row- -Stich, Viduna,
Kukielski, Mikes, Havlik, Sykora, Mich-
alok, Klimcliuk, Frederick, Kolar, Kosir,
i'4l2B-2B-Mr. Mican-First Row-V-Bin
lek, Stelzer, Lanqusch, Crockett, Novak,
Sinqer, Pariek, Hrody, Swinarski, Havel.
Second How- -Mr. Mican, Ulman, Huriec,
Schultz, Pytlik, Kilts, Batka, Polak, Nnre
man, Spacil, Thiery, Mlady. Third Row
- -Ondracek, Nosek, Kessler, Wroluel,
Bieber, Vilim, Steven, Ielinek, Vitous,
fl15B-ZA - Mr. Bloom - First Row -
Krivacek, Buff, Gransee, Udovich, Kinq,
Faith, Hlavin, Second Row--Mr. Bloom,
Stastny, Siek, Felbab, l-lolesovsky,
Prchal, Stepanek, Schutli. Third Row-
Smazik, Kriz, Suta, Kc-ft", O'L,onnoi,
Borik, Pinc, Veselak, Kalny.
"fll9B-ZA-Mr. Iosi-First Row 'Thomp-
son, Vitek, Halicka, Karamas, Freeburq,
She-lper, Sirovatka. Second Row- Kiima,
Rmicka, Vanek, Kazria, Steinmetz, Kai-
piel, Nemecek. Third Row-Ponshe,
Kokoska, Tuma, Woeltje, Urbanek, Syno-
kiewicz, Plondin, Schwartz, Stajenka.
f2l0B-ZH-Miss Mitchell-First Row-
Fister, Kral, Doerr, Tintera, Doerr, Ienik,
lzfvzvsny. Second Row Trorhim, Shi-
mak, Henson, Vasicek, Voriclrak, Ka-
lemba, Mateja. Third Row4Vlach, Dom-
browski, Zeithammel, Szerwint, Zelina,
f303B-ZA-Miss Bensondlfirsi Row-
Pavlik, Saves, Samocki, larcfk, Kubai,
Cavanauqli, Beiqfir, Second Row Mil'
ler, Hamatz, Philipp, Sirilcula, Tymiriski,
Vrtis, Calm, Hlinlaa. Third Row -Hruza,
Nomec, Buresh, Polrailis, Frisli, Nvmrr-
cck, Missar, Strxzallco.
f312B-ZA-Mrs. Beck-First Row-Trzef
luialmwski, Vysa, Karaka, Kadora, Misa,
Blazicli, Sclircwr, Coiimd, Kusman, Da-
iielc. Second Row Mrs. Bock, Wood-
iiiq, lldLlSIlf?I', Karuis, Kryl, Kirsch ,An4
del, Mayer, Indcirk, Willcowski, Pluih,
Calif-ll, Urban. Third RowgSte-riqle,
Ross, Sirovatka, Skucli, Kroslariko, Kon-
valinlca, Crirda, llusarik, Mellow, Kvi-
dvra, Sak, Vosely, Friedman.
'f'3l8B-ZA - Miss Bursik - First Row-
Smelaua, Kouvaliiika, Srp, Wellitch,
Gasparik, Pusatori, Rychlilc, Iolmson.
Second Row -Miss Bursik, Macliura,
Korres, Loses, Moors, Muridl, Price, Si-
morielc. Third Row- fliericha, Roman,
Dolak, Dulla, Kovanda, Turck, Dolansky,
f319B-ZA - Mrs. Doyle -- First Row-
Chodur, Ma-rik, Zoorlyk, Wojkowski,
Peters, Dvorak, Wostplial, I-llava, Mar-
tino. Second Row Olin, King, Houda,
Steparielc, Relvik, Rancik, Chrastka,
Klein, Otto. Third Row Kmoch, Klapp,
Voska, Roth, Murphy, Wobster, Moncek,
"'326-ZA - Miss O'Leary - First Ro w
- Fc-ri, Steininqer, Machacek, Likas,
Nriras, Brandi, Gratchnor. Second Row
Hulmr, Voba, Dunovsky, Malich, Req-
ner, Dvorak. Third Row - Frycok,
illavac, Kahovnc, Mrilichar, Dolnovolnyu
Svariliik, Stoika, Poksa.
4038-ZR-Mrs. Schell-flfirst Row-
Iadm, Cisar, Valvocia, Picka, Rokos,
Oioinick. Second Row -Billik, Kalina,
Hvrq, Klomchuk, Duiwok. Third Row-
Prrrnicka, Kasper, Kristufck, Davis, Kry-
i'-104B-2AgMiss Edwards-First Row-
Marcol, Masvk, Horeni, Sodlarek, Far-
rvll, Hornoif, Zottok, Kottek, Kotrba,
Ivanwc. Second Row-Miss Edwards,
H-nisrek, Kutzefndorfrlr, Klima, Babinec,
Laisrln, Silha, Mlariic, Grant. Third How
Trojan, Kulvknwski, Srnoiak, Doutschor,
Erznoznik, Ryva, Kcvmorous, Laiial, Ka-
"MSB-2A - Miss Dralie - First Row -
Schwihla, Skoropa, Mraz, Uqrina, May,
Cornirvk, Pospisil, Vizok, Vidnqar. Sec-
ond Row-Drowriuli, Hasman, Hatz,
Krojsa, Pearson, Thicl, Topic, Hooch,
Vosekla. Third Row-Trezek, Deqries,
Kalvlwic, Fnncl, Palirka, Manns, Schwartz,
Dvvarwy, Mikulocky, Uhsr.
f429B-2A-Mr. Barth-First Row--llus
man, Slapak, Portvr, Klriin, Stipsky
lafolis, Will1Olm, BOI'IlSlfXiH, Sanimf. Sec-
ond Row- Mr. Bailli, Szapifilak, Wy-
srwcki, Kunr, llajkowivz, Loomos, Man-
rirli, Kozina, lloslicka. Third Row-
llruzok, Taurlion, Pwrina, Trvxlor, landa
llavranok, Provinsky, Kadlm-, DfiNava.
f107C-3B-Mr. Rinker-Firsl Row- -'lvla'
lUllSC5lC, Pol-corny, llvrmlvs, Klvuka, Ma-
sfk, Finkril, Clmvliola, Posa. Second
Row Mr. Rinkvr, Kmilia, Lapgvnitri, Ma-
rifwlli, Karnik, Gustafson, Vasvk, Hoicils,
liulli. Third Row Dornliark, Svoluwla
Makal, lNortnD, Poplar, VVaq1iw-1', Pran-
m'olliC,l.fn1lli, Fourth Row laskiciwimr,
Sacllcw, Braun, liizrvk, llnnlor, Silvrsy,
"f2l5C-3B--Mrs. Borg-First How lla'
nxvr, liaraniasa, lllvilivlia, Kmslal, Vlnnrxll-2'
llcinninq, Safrannk, Dominik, Mysirka
Kvsol. Second How Mrs. Burg, Silk
linvrira, Drow, Zarat, Canmira, Sarrasin,
llosik, Vrla, Ruzicka. Third Row-
llolulw, Ianficka, Vonclra, Sopsivli, Wil-
liams, Barloqa, Weirilicirq, Pwarcc, Misic,
"f223C-3B-Miss Murphy-First Row-
Boran, l-lruliy, Novak, Vasllik, Kaplan,
Tabor, Galirivl, Malina, Kormlkfi. Second
Row -Novak, Srail, Mouzis, Fornwar,
Salava, Manners, Popvlka, Lonqway,
Sliocklcy. Third Row Siqalos, Marli-
noc, Kukral, Kmiecic, Woilrir, Stary,
Tolmr, Daly. Fourth Row Cfikanvlc, Knnm
mer, Moyxis, Koontz, Malvjovsky, Myurs,
f305C-3B -- Mrs. Gainer - First Row-1
llf-lmslci, ilwlwillv, Swliramm, Klllfilllni,
lnxxlprfyvlllfwrz, lflcmlla, Gmflwy-iv, Pfwlm
lmflasky, Second Row Mrs. Khmwx.
ii'NlSf+lllllll, ll:-lrlwlm, lllll'S:lf'll, llrwlyu
lm, Nwvulc, llullirlmlwr, llinfmumll. Th'r'i
Row l'l'xiSS, llxlxwqril, fltavlxllinl-1, Kaul
mlm, l.l1llf'r, iillVV'llIllil1, Vl.1:s1f'I1, lwlm
ruin. Fourlh How lfrcnstvlll-aw, Mfmxflvilr,
lllmfwri, llvll, llxvlnkwas, fll-ml-1, Mxlzfwalul,
f327C-SB'-Mrs. O'Sullivan--First Row
lrllullz, ll.1lw, llcllllll'll Sefond Row
livlsfi, llmvcwrlcfi, Mdlllirfw, lilUlSlllllvll1.
Third Row Mis, CySlllllVclll, llwlllf-, Nr'
"'40lC - SB' -Mr. Gamertsielder ---- First
Row llvmvy, Vfflfivlm, l'mumn, Gwlxl
rxnm, lA'wI'f1z'vl-Q, llwlfm, Vrvlwln, irllrllllflllli,
lllnvirl. Second How Mr. Galuvrlslf-lllfil,
'l'i:svlxlw1, llff xml, lkxyl KiOlliIl1dll, lirmllly,
lllwfziyiifski, Sfilwissm, Mlyxmrski, Olwiniwk,
lwlnrlm, Third How llllllld, Anllxcmy,
iVllS"WSlCU, llus, VVIHQP, llwlgnlvll, Tll1'lWY',
llwywflcy, linlmnx, lflvillvxm, Almmrlw.
"l0lC-3A--Miss Iohnson-First How-4
Krausrg Duliirm, liwlmil, Brown, llurlfxk,
l'ilip. Second Row Hall, Wnrsliasky,
llfrlvifrflc, Svrvlfwfla, Krupwl, CMV:-rilca.
Third How lllvis, lflmllzw, llfunllfg llu-
l1l-1 ffm--llwy, llmim, lll,70lCSlld.
"f229C-Miss Powers-Firsi Row Se'
me-mek, Smokovich, Tumpach, Vanek,
McGinn, Pawluczyk, Hjelle, Neumann.
Second Howa -Tisler, Chott, Kadera, Kla-
put, Voss, Czajka, l-loracek, Koontz, Do'
mabyl. Third How-Zelenka, Wolf,
Schultz, Mikola, l-lolub, l-lerhold, Plucke-
baum, Kielbasa, Novotny, Steininqer.
i'302C-3A-Min Cada-First Row- Pa'
sliek, Rakonsnik, Kocka, Hellund, Phil-
lips, Mincer. Second Row -- Noack,
Seckar, l-loupe, Ebner, Plocar.., Um 1,
Vana. Third Row--Sumoski, Matson,
Slrubinq, Vasak, Price, Windsor, Pucml,
Swarlz, Trinka, Kudrnovsky, Baslyr,
Arient, Schuliz, Schulz, Smid, Suma.
Second Rowf- Miss Hopkins, Firych,
Ters, Morqal, Cuchy, Burandt,
Ribnicek, Wilson. Third How--Prahl,
l-lomolka, Vesely, Couch, Wooclrick.
Waniala, Kalal, Kurlirst, Sawyer.
f326C-3A - Miss Cox - Fira! Row ,-
Kania, Latos, Peirzilka, Drew, Seman,
Hipsley, Masino, Breuer. Second Row
--Miss Cox, Bernard, Sveiic, Gall, Ku-
iawa, Baitaqlia, Slusarczyk, Curin. Third
Row-Wilkay, Bencik, Soukup, Dunda,
Sikorcin, Vlastnik, Se-bek, I-lore-ni, Mara
'f405C-3A - Miss Watson-First Row-
liirnk, Mnlvorfz, Basterasii, Tnsar, Rive-rs,
Prviian, Vnndra, Eqfnoss, Rmsck. Sec-
ond How Miss Watson, Mnacok, Md-
vinnn, Lisnk, Stainmcii, Lariiky, Bezdok,
Dnmrvsv, Colm, Marqnan. Third Row
Stiriia, Si1iWiC7, Hifjns, Golan, Rudman,
Tmskn, Mnrawski, Sfxfkrif, Pisnya, Bison,
"HOC-3A Mrs. Biro -First Row Linn
imp, ilmnzn, Vvillkifqf, Brkan, Anivnrn,
::il1X'VdiiZ', P11-ml, Kfwvm, Second Row4
l'-.Trey Niro, Manixk, flinmnn, Niisarik,
Virvic, K-Wfliiiilllbd, XN'fn'lw-'k, Kfillfiy, Pal-
vinlwsky. Third Row Svmnniia, Osman-
zski, Simian, Tysl, Knvaiik, Noiofily,
Vlafi k, iinsiicka, Ii.in:tlik.
"HSC-3A - Miss Linskey-First Row-
l'ilSlr'k, Stinlwrng Vmll1liilt'Il, Innns, Srnka,
Hnliiuin, Fonvivl, Inrios, Second How-
Miss I.inskny, Vv'alto1', Mfvrqfni, Ffflilfifif,
lianvk, Varian, Pfmison, Pwrivr, FIPIUGPII,
Twrnpirinmn. Third How Bamimk, Siy-
lnvski, Srlniltlinis, Hisiiq, Hawkins, Ga-
lirivi, Boqilfiaitli, Kniakowski, Qiillliitxliifl,
f422C-GA-Mr. Fisher-First Rowf
link-3 ilvmimcin, Tiriiy, Scivkar, Hnlnlvik,
Arrifi, ilwml, filwiskal. Second Row-
Mi. Vislwr, Gmiw, Wniss, Lulicii, Tyk,
iiniivfarmvsky, Ianvs, Zetok, Vavra. Third
Row Viilliiiiiun, ilnrak, Rausvhnniwach,
Uliulll, lhtniwifwi, Lnsiiwistniy Znnlisow,
uiiifm, L w. us.
'l428C-3A-Miss Thompson-First Row
Eqqers, Krapok, I-lulueny, Zdenahlik,
Cliarron, Vanek, Oliadal, Kvacik. Second
Row Miss Thompson, Sluacek, Zuilham
mol, Prucha, Kirian, Knoz, Olsen,
Schwarz, Hamer. Third Row Cook,
lanaqa, llausknovhl, Gronkiowicz, lirik,
Tockslsin, Hcvlulv, lrrseawivlr, Kaspeir,
il05D-4B-Miss Flynn-Firsi Row No-
vak, Marsik, Lasso, Spalenka, Kadnra,
Morsc, Husa, Novy. Second Row' -
Zorko, Slilvlo, Roussk, Talak, Kupka,
Himsa, Sauer, Tvssmann. Third How
Schultz, Liska, Sykora, llarnlw-a1'qc'r,
DFfLllSCllPI', Garlt, Walman, Garnwtt,
i117D-4B-Mr. Stevenson-First How -
Hirsh, Gordoy, Tyser, Riha, Allen, Cook,
Korecky. Second Row Zwick, Mulacvk,
LeMar, McMahon, Kysnla, Wllllflf, Coy,
Sternfeld, lohnson. Third Row Fort,
Trclca, Golden, Cowsor, Svamlvma, Mor-
ris, Fislflr, Frinclxnan.
i2l3D-4B-Miss Morgan-First Row -
Knap, Ryva, Kuzlik, Krsak, l-laire, Slechla,
Prorhaska. Second Row Miss Morgan,
Svolwocia, Kasik, Kisksl, Borosak, Hora-
lek, Braclcrnan. Third Row WC1lIBl1Fl1,
Eckert, Kasper, Tezak, Vutocwk, Srlroon-
lmfvn, Bwranolc, Kupkaf
"'30lD-4B - Mr. Dunkin - First Row -
Glajch, Stanek, Spalenka, Soukup, Za-
jicek, Pavlicek, B o u b el i k, Parker,
Boehm. Second Row-Mr. Duskin, Vit-
ous, Sekulic, Cesal, Kuncl, Kraft, Velek
Tischer, Smith, Kartsman. Third How4
Novotn Polka Mille ,
Y. . r, Rempert, Nagl
Sinsky, Tosky, Finklestein, Morqal.
f402D-4B-Mr. Safflr-First How-Rei
zek, Tvarozek, Zajicek, Vondrak, Panik
Fink, Crockett, Miceli, l-fumlicek. Sec-
ond Row- Mr. Saffir, Mansfield, Wad
dell, Zraly, Sladek, Frai, Miller, Krusina
Brezina, Florian. Third Row-Schubert
Worst, Starosta, Cillian, Vacek, Halaska
Krueger, Cosentino, Holec.
'kActivity Fee-September, 1942. C11 229D Mrs. M. Lehman, C21 212D Miss
Rheude, C31 117D Mr. M. Stevenson. 'kEaster Seals for Crippled Children
amounted to 330.00 'kThanksgiving Fund for School Children's Aid Society
was 3346.60. 'kNationa1 Foundation for Infantile Paralysis-320442. i'Red
Cross Fund-tota13741.39. 3347.14 from students, 3394.25 from faculty. 'A' Victory
Fund-3175.55 for kits for the boys in service. 600 Pocketbooks were sent to
the boys in our armed forces. P.'1'.A. donated 'for the 'A' Victory Box Fund 310.00
and 3100.00 from the student body. Iune Class 1943 bought 3166.50 bond for
the building of a new U. S. Cruiser Chicago. The leading rooms in the war
bond and stamps sales are: 428C, 3925.00 bonds and 347.45 in stamps: 302C.
3303.007 3l2B, 319245: 305C, 3122.955 426C, 311000: 422C, 3l00.00. i'Copper.
Brass. Bronze Drive-March 12, 117D first with 123 lbs., 419B second with
33 lbs., 226B third with 25 lbs. 'A' 10th Salvage Drive-February ll, 1943,
40lD, 5,555 lbs.y 4l0C, 3,408 lbs., 225C, 2,454. Euclidean Club collected 1,855
lbs. at dance. 'kScra.p Drive completed 66,212 lbs., 32l2.49. 626 cakes were
given to the U.S.O. 'lr Red Cross Production made 200 sewing kits, 25 bedside
bags, 25 Navy kits and one scrapbook. 'k Highest in Log Sales: Mildred Svoboda
422C, 3Ap Clara Walter 415C, 3A7 lean Cerveney 2l2D, lA, Mildred Homolka
32lC, 3Ay Evelyn Pavlicek 301D, 4135 Anna Kraus 4l0C, 3A7 Dolores Krusina
305C, 3B: Violet Kryl 31213, 2.5.7 Beverly Barnett 420A, lA, and Dorothy Kil-
was the very first on March 22, 3131, Robert Kadera 229C, 3A.
Page S ixiy-Tbrve
This club is making sewing kits and kit bags to be
sent to the Red Cross and then distributed among the
eniliarking soldiers and sailors. So far 50 kit bags
have been made and 500 sewing kits have been
This is a nation wide organization which had its
start here in lllinois. Magazine stories, articles and
jokes are clipped and pasted into scrap books which
are given to servicemen who are going to new camps
and have no reading material.
The 55 members of this mixed club are learning
the fundamentals of first aid: stopping the flow of
bloody carrying the sick: and giving artificial respira-
tion. They are also taught how to make bandages.
The members of this club are learning the Morse
Code from recordings. They are trying to take mes-
sa-irvs down as rapidly as possible and it will help
them when they enter our cmiinlry's service.
RED CROSS PRODUCTION
""lVliss lseecli First Row--Vanis, Keiiegt, Vl.Yt'li'4tIII", Xi-iiitni,
Vrchota, Ivanec. Second Row-Miss Leewii, Stanwstka, Swin-
enek, Manak, Tichy, Spurny. Third Row llahn, ltivhti-1,
Wysorki, Ondras, Starek, Royal-, N4-cafe.
RED CROSS KNAPSACK LIBRARY
'kltfliss Hin, First Row l"av+1lii'l:, liawiiy, ll. vi-li, llf: ll
llalik, Kulesh, Popelka. Second Row lvliss Him, Mwflif-
ferty, Lisak, Kyzivat, llairis, lleintll, llanak, liiisliifk. Third
Row Minarik, Aiisnak, Witkowski Sariinvki, l.BtIIf1t"I', Man-ls,
FIRST AID CLUB
First Row Papach fpatientl, Barnes, llnetynka, Kmnciroiis,
Schlicht, Witte, Balaty, Bakken, May, Zettek, Kotrba. Second
Row-Mr. Canfield, Diamond, Klc-tuba, Kasper, Kliiozynskrt,
Rengepares, Smetana, Petrucha, Lowe, Hofrichter, Fliiiiliilm.
Third Row-Zeman, Kryl, Horwitz, Pulos, l'W1ivaiif-y, Mellon,
llrireni, lattal, Kahoiin, Harrison, Grant.
fMrvrse Circle First Row V-Friihaiiff, Stock, I.:-l-ella, Voss,
Mika. Second Rowe-'Siiikma Waictanz, Brtis, Marek, Mc
Kinnon, Iarosik, Torncik.
This group of girls entertain us on the football
field, and at our Festivals. They know their work
and do it well while at the same time being a cute
little eyeful in their pert maiorette uniforms.
The girls in this club always present a pleasing
appearance when the curtain goes up on Festival
night. Their song is one to be looked forward to as
one of the highlights of the evening.
Members of this club find real pleasure in listen-
ing to the stories of their favorite operas and some
of the outstanding selections contained in them
recorded by famous stars of the musical world,
This club is teaching its members parliamentary
procedure and how to conduct itself in a court of law.
Several court trials have already taken place with
a judge, jury, defendant, and attorneys.
'First Row- Vizelc, Mraz, Langusch, Schultz, Senica.
'First Row -Spiegel, Venhuda, Hallstrnm, Porter, Gordeyev
Smrz, Wilhelm, Same-c, Stanek, Smekal. Second Row' Mr
Warml, Marecek, lfrocli, Pilny, Perkol, Slapalc, Caba, lfamer
Klein, Klllllkd, lin-ct Third Row Winkler, Vufztlik Kun!
Loornos, Kadlec, Horacelc, Kasparek, Karnis, DeNava, Hai
kowicz, Zernick, Safrauek.
'First Row- 'Meyer, Hosek, Robak, Michka, Marhacek
Hielte, Hielte. Second Row Miss M. S. Iolinson, Polorny
Koulwa, Kaplan, Hesik, Mal-cal, Vonclrak. Third Row Palambo
lioruliack, Duluina, Cervenka, Bauer, Kielier, Krause, l.acltky
'First Row Baliiner-, Henning, Masvk, Yagunic, Pasternak
Vukovicli, Diamond, Lasso, Zorko, Second Row Mr. llor-
wirli, Kocic, Svancara, Sirovatka, Kasper, Blavin, Colin
Third How 'l'olior, Gcirarrrlialc, lfml, lilalta, Fi?-ak, Raciafl
Breda, Avant'-1, Mottl.
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lntornfttod :stndcnts are heinfr fyiven instructions
on how to nsn the many hand driven machines in
tho ntticw atmosiihore of room 4l3f4l5.
This is the qirls wood chili, with a few boys assist-
in-r, and thoy have already made hook ends and
at thn rircsoiit time are heincr tanfrht how to plane
mi that their worl: will lvo straiqht.
Tho ht-tys in this cliilv do the school a qreat service
lwy dn:':itminfy and printinw the proqranis that are
nsml as a qnidc to tho many entertainments which
ani -iivcn dnrinny thc school year.
Stnflvntf: who f-onio to this club find a social at-
iiiosiilioro in which to train inspiration to qo on with
their stntily of mathematics. They have teas and
talks which help thom to lind their place in the
many fields in which math is a factor.
'First Row Fiala, i-l1'W'l' l, llnw lx, Finiiiii- it lT -imltzx Second
Row Haffvr, Lfniin, lfctttiiivss, lxiimvflt, lilni-it-, lialiiinl,
VniIlfil1i'll. Third Row l't-'i:'ill:.a l.l.ntin-li, lltillizi, iltnln,
i'Firs1 How fltiilvrstiwiii, NHTVI vla, llfr'l.t11l:, l lm:z n, lifni
sek, Uloiiiivlz, liasitr-1, lN"l.ilm.i. Second Row l'mf Iiwit -'tn
K-ilina, Pospiail, vllllllltttliil, lvN'11l11xv:sl1i, lltilinv, Nttifl. lit
Third Row fl-ikttl, lift-ii1'1', lfiiim 'lirlir' I' ln, lliiitwivi,
Milrillerky, liail-ufviv, Vit'-l-it
'First Row Cnlan, Pnivl, lii.tl+-my Tutti, Ytigwiwlt, lfinv.
Krivacelc, l'aith, lllavm. Second Row Mr. lil im Yti ln,
Boiilc, Zutan, ll-'li-sttvslzjr, l'alivl1, ln th, lllw lin ill li. Third
Row lsfalny, Kii:'i,f1ii1a1'il:, lb' fit, XY :xt lily Yal' nm, l'- llitilq
'First Row Svliranini, Noval-1, llnwt':nl:.t, Vila, N -':.tl1 IM!
ranelc, Fort, Swift-ll, lfllfflfllxt. Second How l.ii:::a l.hI 'hilt
Salzenst-Hin, Volcaty, lfi iithy, lTtil.i'.m, lxl.i:tm4 l-Ishii, :ini lo,
Miss Morrgan. Third How flylziiia, !Xn'h nv, lin l 'mrzltr ll' It
Wf1lllli'1'IK1, Kalintn, 'l'i:1f'lilti, llittna, lfinutliniitt, linlzitil.
llzge S1 vryi 'Six
'l'hi:: club irels some practical experience iri the
liulcl ol pulwlit' spoakiuq. lt is not only useful to
lhvul iu busiuoss but also iu everyday life. lt one
mural talk il ir: lwesl to talk Well.
llliqiiello is a uecessity to all who care about the
iiiiiirvzzfzioii they will make when meetiriq people
socially or iu lmusiuess. Your livelihood may depend
ou thu way you impress the people you come in
The utils lu the Teens club are taught how to
couliout the mauy problems faciuq them today.
Short slqilzz are preseuted at the meetiriq to show
them how to cope with these problems it and when
they coiuo up.
This Qllillllbi of studeuts who have a kriowledqe of
lttlllllltillii play qames arid other thiriqs in which
this lauuuaue plays a part. Most ot the members
either have taken German or are now taking it.
WM11 Mal-h First Rowe-lfillhnil, Gullliimri, llosal-lt, llluuvlc,
Kuuiwlzi, Xiuk, ZllllVl'li, lit lfvlc, ll--raik, limes, Mi. Mavh.
'Miss Fouqhlin Miss Row Nowoiul, llauek, llieisa, Au-
lou, Sliiurjel, Kavii-ik, K-iviu:-la, llflillii. Second Row --
Ztleuvlc, Novak, Slallirlc, lil-lull-, lwflllllwlll, ll-Ih--l, l.i:ss, Waru-
wi, Dvumk. Third Row flvllal, ltiucql, l'.ulyk.i, lillfllltll,
Knvaiik, lialka, fiiumk, l'tisyiil'lmI, l'lvoi.ll:, llfrlilca. Fourth
How- -Ruth, l'llu::1iil'l1, fliwviili, l'l-uliluu, liuvvilvu, fliuilh,
Fhull. im, Miller, VriVIlllii.
fMrs. Murlra First Row-Glalrh, fiuma, SltPllftlllCIt, l'lavlic0k,
Botilvelilc, fitialerilca, Zaiivt-lc, Ptiliik, Mivwli, fipuls-uka. Second
RowfM1s, Mucha, Si'ltlllIl, lwrolirit-qi, Kl1llIl1l'7VSlCY, Sauiuvlci,
Velek, W-ilttir, Smith, Smith, Slariek, llusa, llumlicn-lc. Third
Row-Cesal, Krsalc, Svow, Klnlltflll, Sli-ilwer, liulien, Zeitliaui
mel, Spavelc, Ceruiak, fllall+-lc, llruiiwlka, lflyvfi. Fourth Row
Samocki, liupka, Trai, Zraly, Saher, C'i:'ul:, Klitltllltlll-1,
Novak, Slallwk, Kamiuski, Mausliolil.
'Mrs Mills First Row Siwlllaiwk, Ziuk, lWmitsr'lirir, Kolarilc,
Pasteruak, Uhlarilc, lburoqa, Siruvallca, lliliau. Second Row
Mrs. Mills, Pavelrliilc, Vauek, lwlol-lli1I'q, M-iisziiwr, Vaclavolc,
Svetic, Brackmau, Sl-kulir, Hour. Third Row -- Gwinur,
Wiritsar, l'rimlm.ui, Krall, Oiitlc-ilza, Nf'fr'iilla, lqiwrlwrivlz, Toms-
Firft Prize Wfirzner
P g' Sixty-Eight
Semrzd Prize Wjl1lIEl'
Third Prize Winner
Fourth Prize Winner
IN CAMERA CONTEST
Mm, maybe I can get it from a better angle over here. Urn-rn-rn, ug, oh-at
lastl Now lets see. Oh bosh, I guess I was better off in the first place. Oh-h,
down at last. Now the sun's gone. Here it comes-click, click. Got it? You're
sure you can have it developed by the eleventh? 2i55, 2:56. 2:57, 2:58-the
bell. The clock's slow. Phew-in at last. 3:01. Made the deadline.
This is what contestants in the Annual Snapshot Contest went through before
getting their entries in March 12.
The judges were Miss Mary Ann Benson, Mrs. Margaret Biro and Mr. Richard
Mitchell of the Wallace-Miller Engraving Company.
Awarded the first prize was Iohn Miklian of 426D for his snapshot of a
Arthur Hajkowicz of 105A was awarded the second prize for his entry pictur-
ing a sailboat at sea.
The candid shot taken by LeRoy lirik of 428C of his friends won him third
Fourth place was attained by Emilie Hajkowicz whose picture revealed her
brother meditating on the fish that got away.
Some of the other entries that did not win prizes are featured on page 46.
The snapshots could be on any subject revealing some characteristic action
or interesting setting like catching trout beside a running stream, swimming
in the ocean, interesting poses from camp, or nature scenes. We were wonder-
ing why so few students entered pictures of their teachers while they were
trying to teach them something.
The first place winner received three dollars in war stamps, and the second
place winner two dollars in war stamps. The third and fourth place winners
won a leather-covered and paper-covered Log, respectively.
ANTHONY SLECHTA WALTER SKIBICKI GEORGE VANDON RICHARD VANA NORMAN NOVAK
'43 CITY CHAMPS
Congratulations were showered upon the "Hearts"
howling teani which won the City Championship.
On the winning teani with individual scores were:
ltichard Vana 11581, George Vanden 11371, Norrnan Novak
1121151 'Walter Slcibicki 11451, Anthony Slechta 11701.
The bowlers were presented with a large trophy and
individual trophies lor the Championship.
Their radiant taces retlect the shining red color ot
the lar-ge trophy which they affectionately call "1ire
plug." 1'l'he "tire plug" and individual trophies and the
bowlers are shown in the picture abovel
Mr. lint Hayden, student president of the club ex-
pressed the sentiments ot the rnernbers when he said,
"'l'he luoys and girls ot the Chicago High School Bowling
Chili are proud to loreqo their annual bowling banquet
and in its place present this Victory show which will
allow us to give the Servicernen's Center tor the inain-
tenance ol the bowling alleys at this center the nioney
which we would ordinarily spend tor our banquet. The
pleasure which the nien of the arrned services ot all
the Uriitecl Nations will experience here, will arnply
repay us lor our srnall sacrifice. You know, within a
tow short rnonths niany ot the rnernbers ol our club
will he in unitorni and then we, too, will enjoy the
privilege ol bowling on these alleys."
SPQRTS AT FARRAGUT HIGH scHool.
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In FOOTBALL it's . . . Bill Mottl quarterback, Bob Kocek, opentield
runner and Bob Garnett at center. In BASEBALL it's . . . Pitchers, "Dan-
ny" Price, Glen Randle and battery mate "Gand" Meyers with heavy
hitter lim Holub at shortstop. In GYMNASTS it's . . . Muscle rnen
Linka, Al Rose, Clarence Woeltje and George Zeman. In BASKET-
BALL it's Urs? . . . Glenn Sawyer, George Moyzis, George Tischler.
CSrs.l . . . "Wally" Kilens, "Bambi" Vana and Frank Holan. In SWIM-
MING it's . . . "Killer" Killian, Cdivingl, Urbanek, IQU yd. free stylel,
Clarence Woeltje, Melichar, C40 yd., breast strokel and Ioe Texler 100
yd. tree style. In TRACK it's . . . Glenn Sawyer and Ed Fencl. In
BGWLING it's . . . Richard Vana, "Poochie" Hitzrnan and Richard Iensen.
19 4 3
An impressive 2-U victory over a strong Engle-
wood squad opened what looked like a promis-
ing season ahead for the Admirals.
Mr. Maurice Williariis proved to be the most
versatile coach of the year by supervising five
out of the eight athletic teams including foot-
ball, when he was called upon to fill in for Capt.
George Von Bremer in the Army Air Corps, now
in England. A
From here our boys went down in five con-
secutive defeats. Du Sable took the next game
in a thriller, l9-l3. Kelly shut the Admirals out
l2-U and Lindblom rolled over the Vikings 30-U
in vengeance for the 6-U defeat last year. Tilden,
Chicago Public League Champions, over-
whelmed the boys 48-O and Gage Park ended
the season with a 6-0 victory, putting Farragut
in last place.
Fumbling and incomplete passing proved the
greatest handicap and meant the difference be-
tween victory and defeat. Bill Mottl, captain of
the Admiral eleven, displayed defensive and
offensive playing with good field generalship.
Co-captain Kocek, spark plug for the Admirals,
passed and ran to keep the opponent constantly
on their toes. Head up ball carrying by "plung-
ing" Victor Deutcher proved effective. The re-
maining backfield who put in hard fought quar-
ters of football consist of Matson, Bonfield, and
Witli the boys now being drafted, next year's
team is still a question mark.
fFOOTBALL. First Row-Stevens, Suchoinel, Lamberson, Mottl, Kocek, Kruo
qer, Korinek, Kryl, Divina. Second Row-Phillips, Schultz, Kral, Deutscher
Garnett, Mills, Hawkins, Golden, Krostenko, Fister, Bonfield. Third Row-
Neiedly, Prchal, Noack, Kalmar, Weinberg, Subicz, Matson, Tosky, Murphy
Fourth Row Marsh, La Point, Coach Williams, Lipkowitz, Trcka, Mraz.
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SPCRTS AT FARRAGUT
vs. TILDEN .....
vs. LINDBLOM ..
vs. GAGE PARK
vs. KELLY ......
vs. HARRISON .
BASKETBALL JU N IORS
vs. KELLY .............. 37-33
vs. PHILLIPS ......
vs. LINDBLOM ....
vs. TILDEN . ..
vs. KELLY ....
vs. PHILLIPS .....
vs. LINDBLOM ....
vs. TILDEN .....
. . . .43-35
. . . .43-40
MANLEY . . .
DU SABLE .
MANLEY . . .
DU SABLE .
PLAY-OFF JUN IORS
FARRAGUT vs. PARKER ............ 34-45
vs. ENGLEWOOD ....... 2-0 FARRAGUT vs. LINDBLOM .
. .... 14-13
. .. 0-30
FARRAGUT vs. DU SABLE .... .... I 3-19 FARRAGUT vs. TILDEN .... . .. 0-48
FARRAGUT vs. KELLY ...... .... 0 -13 FARRAGUT vs. GAGE PARK . .. . .. 0-6
CITY MEET ...... 10th place oui of 14 schoo1s TIMES A.A.U. ..... ..... F ourth Place
FARRAGUT-Disirict Meet ........... Third FARRAGUT vs. ST. IGNATIUS ....... 30-42
FARRAGUT vs. HARRISON .......... 21-45 FARRAGUT vs. ST. RITA ..... .... 4 5-44
FARRAGUT vs. HARRISON .......... 23-43
YBASEBALL TEAM. First Row-Paja, Randle, Gorga, Meyer, Moyzis, Forbes.
Second Row-Kuchar, Likas, Price, Sojka, Holub, Howard. Third How-
Kipta fmanagerl, Provinsky, Kristafek, Borlick, Zeithamel, Dulla, Vachuta,
Vana, Fox lcoachl.
BASEBALL AT FARRAGUT HIGH
Triumphant in four of its first five games, local
fans saw great possibilities for the baseball
team but then fate and bad breaks virtually
eliminated the Farragut nine, as it suffered three
losses in its next four games. Although outhit-
ting their rivals, the Vikings lost to Harrison l3-6,
because the Hornets piled up a 12-O lead in tak-
ing advantage of pitching wildness and mis-
plays. Then they lost to Tilden 2-l in a game in
which all the runs were unearned and then suf-
fered their fourth loss, to Kelly 2-0, which could
have been avoided with one or two timely hits.
Mathematically there was still a chance for
the home nine to finish in the one-two playoff
slots and at this printing you can rest assured
that the boys were trying with all their might to
win the remaining games. A bright spot in the
campaign was a 10-9 upset of Gage Park, tied
with Harrison for the lead.
Hank Meyer, Mr. Fox, Edwin Gorga.
Hurlers, Randle, Price, Likas, and Vana performed with finesse while Gorga,
Paja, and Meyer were rounding out their last year fighting for the batting crown
Coach Iames Fox is very fortunate to have his entire infield of Forbes, Moysis
Holub, and Souka coming back next year and thinks that they, along with Hurlers
Privinsky, and Vachuta, will mold into championship material next season
Milton Kipta, Manager, handled his numerous duties very capably.
'kMr. Canfield -tOn Floori-
Sliuster. First Row - Ristiq,
Buresli, Vane-lc, Rappaport,
Horak. Second Row-Mr. Can-
field, Rausclienliach, Czer-
wien, Prazak, Sasek, Zwick
Rowe, Svancara, Breda, Ruth
WML Canfield tO'n Floori-
Mariotti. First Bow i Valek
Friedman, S e m e n e lc, Ross
King. Second Row-Mr. Can-
field, Harrison, Cerda, Ar-
thur, Opielinski, Trezek, Ed-
Under the able guidance of coach Earl Canfield, the Farragut track team
scored minor success in the 1943 season. Farragut tell victim to Harrison and
St. Ignatius, placed third in an interscholastic meet with Harrison, Von Steu-
ben, and Du Sable, but scored a victory over St. Rita.
Sparking the junior team was Captain Edward Fencl who showed his heels
in every school meet. His record: eight firsts, two seconds, and two thirds.
Losing Glenn Sawyer to the Navy was a great loss to the senior team. Glenn,
being an all around athlete, starred in
running broad jump, and high jump.
Continually improving, the junior team, with time-cutters Robert Becher, Ierry
Edwards, George Marriotte, Dave Cerda, Art Friedman, Michael Semenek, and
Sam Ruth shine as future stars for seasons to come.
Other losses to the senior team, through graduation are, Frank Bartos, hali-
miler, Edward Francettic and Norman Novak, star hurdlers, and George Svan-
cara, dash man.
Returning to next year's senior team are Frank Czerwin, quarter-miler, Frank
Horak, dash man, Alex Krostenko, shot put, Richard Prazak, halt-miler, Richard
Rappaport, also a half-miler, john Rauschenback, star high jumper, manager
Le Roy Coy, pole vault, and Captain David Zwick, low hurdles.
Iuniors tboys under 16 years of agel are urged to come out for the track
team, in which many events are now open.
the ZOO yard low hurdles, shot put,
Page Sffzfenly-Svzw :
'fMr. Williams -Flnt Row-
Hejna, Dobak, Musil, Killian
Urbanek, Woeltie, Texler, Ot
to. Second Row-Hlinka, Kos
tecki, Klein, Kukral, Zeman
Curran, Willis, Huchro, Mr.
Sparked by loe Killian, Clarence Woeltje, and Vincent
Urbanek, the Farragut Iunior sharkmen won tour meets
out of seven, while the seniors couldn't do any better
than one victory out of seven attempts. Phillips, Kelvyn
Park, and Harrison 127 all iell before the mighty junior
tankmen, while the latter only succumbed to DuSable,
Crane and Morton.
The Seniors paced by Howard Dolak, 40-yard breast-
stroker, victimized only Harrison who later retaliated and
sank the Admirals twice more.
Coached by the competent Maurice Williams, Ioe
Killian versatile diver, topped off his almost perfect
season by attaining second place in the city diving
Clarence Woeltje, 40-yard junior breaststroker, an-
other one of Coach Williams' prodigies remained un-
defeated rolling over every competitor coming his way
to end up in the finals of the city swimming meet where
he took a close sixth.
Another spark plug that ranks with the big three is
"Tarzan" Urbanek, the 40-yard tree styler. Vince also
topped his teammates by swimming off with the two-mile
marathon, an annual affair staged by Coach Williams.
With very few of the boys leaving Coach Williams
expects to have a city championship team, next year
the by-word will be "Watch the swimming team go!"
tlSlGIlC'llIlQl ll-w1q.- DIUW.
First Row V4-1.x llwizawlr, ll-nw
11'n::Ivi11, Alllvlilw lllr-lml,
HSD Mfzlim lVlwIw', l.fJlTdlllP
'Miz Cfarlfivlpl, Sponsor Flrll
How+Roso Bmnsleixm, Phyllis
lvltllmlllltxll, Killlmff. Second Row
f Shilley Luvas, Lillian Novak,
Dolores Spalenka, Vera No-
Plzgf SL zwlfrm-Nim
One of the greatest seasons was put in the books for Farragut in the past year.
The boys' major and minor bowling leagues played one of the hardest fought
seasons in which there were many close games combined with many up-sets.
This year there were only boys' leagues with no girls competing from
Farragut. Due to the war there were many changes to put up with priorities
and boys going to the service of their country.
Again this year the leagues bowled at the West End Recreation, Farragut's
In the competition this year were the Hearts who won the south-west section
title and the City Championship. The boys were awarded individual trophies
and bright red trophy for the City Championship.
Because of a shortage of food and orders from the government office the
sixth Annual banquet was cancelled. Instead the secretaries of the different
teams of the city voted on a "Victory Show" for the bowlers which was held
May l, l943 at the Auditorium Theatre Service Men's Center. The 52,000 that
woud have gone toward the banquet was presented to the Service Men's
Center to maintain the bowling alleys for the men in the armed service.
Champion bowlers with individual scores on the Hearts were Richard Vana
058l, George Vandon 0375, Norman Novak 0807, Walter Skibicki 0455, and
Anthony Slechta 0707.
Team bowlers whose teams came in first or second in the leagues were
presented with individual medals.
fMr. Cook-Fits! Rowflvloizisek, Longway, Sigalos, Weber, Skibicki, King,
Schuber. Sescond Row -Mr. Cook, Vasirek, Konopasek, Vanden, llausknecht,
Chervenak, zufan, Third Row Kielbasa, Gabriel, Novak, Likas, Fister, Rafiosll,
l 3 Y
flfirst Row-Mrs. Mudra, Miss Rheude, Mr. Duskin, Miss McVey, Miss Wells,
Miss Crowell, Mrs. Pertle, Miss Geer. Second Row-Miss Cada, Miss Morgan,
Miss Vetter, Mr. Miller, Mr. Mills, Miss lohnson, Miss Benson, Miss Ehren-
werih. Third Row---Mr. Mach, Mr, Ward, Mr. Proitsman, Mr. Mintzer, Mr. Pea-
cock, Mr. Ackerman, Mr. Coow.
Ending the bowling season the Dummies have led the league with
a won-lost average of 27-12 for a percentage oi .692 A close compan-
ion to the Yehudi team were the Radio Operators and Navigators who
have paced the tield to come out on the top of the league with won and
lost averages for the Radio Operators 36 and 12 lost. The Navigators
have won 36 and lost 24 with averages for the former .600 and the
The two teams with the high three games were the Navigators C2070l
and the Flight Surgeons 120745. Individual leaders in high three games
were Mr. Sylvan Ward C5649 and Miss Genevra Geer 64595. High single
game leaders for the season were Mr. M. Ackerman 12237 and Miss Mary
Ann Benson fl96l.
Players on the Radio Operators are? Edward Paschke, Capt. Miss
Agnes Vetter, Miss Mary Ann Benson, and Mrs. Marie Mudra. Navi-
gator keglers are: Capt. Miss Lydia Cada, George Peacock, Miss Marie
Ehrenwearth and Miss Dana Crowell.
Straight shooters of the "Gunners" are: Mr. Prottsman, Miss M. S. lohn-
son, Mr. Mach and Mr. Siedanstrang fCapt.7.
The "Mechanics" are: Mrs. Mills, Miss Wells, Miss McVey, CCapt.i,
and Mr. Miller.
Miss Morgan, Miss O'Leary, Capt. Mrs. Reinhardt, and Mr. Cook call
themselves the "Pilots"
Capt. Mrs. Pertle, Miss Rheude, Miss Geer, and Mr. Ward are named
"Bombardiers" squad is made up of Mrs. Sullivan, Capt. Mrs. Swartz,
Mr. Mintzer, and Mr. Ackerman.
No. 8 team is made of non-existent individuals, the "Dummies," To
make up an even tour games this team was credited. When a team is
playing the Dummies it bowls against its own averages.
Six "huskies" of the gymnastic squad showed how much a team can accom-
plish by Mr. Maurice Williams, who busy with football and swimming put
the team under the direction of Captain Zeman while the team worked out at
nearby Sokol gyms.
The squad consisting of George Zeman, Al Rose, Anthony Linka, George
Smetana, Ioe Killinn and Clarence Woeltze entered the Y.M.C.A. city-wide
gymnastic competition consisting of fourteen high schools. Representing Far-
ragut in the intermediate division was Captain Zeman, Al Rose, and Anthony
Linka. Out of the fourteen competing high schools, Farragut ranked tenth.
ln the Times City A.A.V. gymnastic tournaments, Zeman, Linka, and Rose,
the "Three Musketeers" of the gymnastic squad took the fourth place berth with
Linka capturing first place in rings and winning a beautifully engraved medal
for his performance.
There are three classes which the
in which anyone may participate. ln
over 70 points or more in order to
every gymnast looks forward to, but
Captain Zeman last year entered the Novice Class and took fifth place. This
year he accounted for five points in the intermediates, taking twelfth place in
Coach Williams is proud of the squad and as he puts it "This team does more
with less than any other in Farragut."
Mr. Williams is looking forward to a larger number of prospects to make up
the ranks of the gymnastic squad for next semester.
gymnasts may enter. The Novice group
the Intermediate group one must achieve
complete. The Champ division is what
must have 80 points or over.
George Zeman, A
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Pa e EI bf -Two i'First Row-Alvin Anthony, Joseph Koutny, Ralph Kalnar,
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Robert Drtina, Leonard Goldman, Victor Pojman.
The Commandos Have Noihing on Us
G. A. A.
ln the year just closing the G.A.A., as all other organizations at Farragut has
gone all out for victory.
On March 8, at a meeting of the G.A.A., Shirley Derer, secretary-treasurer
presented Mr. Ritzma with 3525.00 from the club treasury towards enlarging the
sChoo1's Victory Fund which sends boxes to our former students in the service
of their country.
Mrs. Cathrine Brenemen Cnee Payne? a former gym teacher gave up her
position here at Farragut to join the W.A.A.C. where she is now a first officer.
Importance of all vitamins in our daily meals was stressed in a selection of
skits put on by Mrs. Rose LaVan's health classes for the P.T.A. Meeting,
March ll, 1943.
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'kfirst Row -- Nowiclci, Vos
tatek, Krupka, lirec, Parker,
Humlicek. Second Rows- -Kor-
anek, Krsak, Riha, Cesal
Sladek, Prchal. Third Row-
Sternislia, Melkus, Hinds, No-
vak, Zelina,, Derrvr, Kamha.
hi the past eight months the girls ot all the gym classes have experienced the
new victory exercises which build up their rsistance as well as improve
Swimming must now be taken by all girls during their third and iourth years
so they can be good swimmers by the time they graduate.
The G.A.A. silk stocking drive which began lune l, was a great success.
Nylon, rayon, and silk stockings were brought to the containers in the girl's
gym. The girls can now feel proud that their stockings are being used in the
making oi parachutes.
G. A. A. REPRESENTATIVES
First Row-Novak, Gasparik,
Borousek, Wtalcoiiie, Sentiv-
anac, Schmidt, Spalenka,
Grant, Svoboda. Second Row
- - Odohual, Ryva, Koranek,
Konvalinka, Hasman, Ekl, Tis-
ctier, Sauer, Galik, Novak.
Third Row - Marcil, Mladic,
Bicha, Lukach, l-Iosek, Derer,
Lauth, Rieqfir, Miller, Pleticha.
G. A. A. LETTER AND CHEVRON
First Row- ff-- Sauer, Krejca, Lauth, Miller, Pesa, Pleticha, Herodes. Second Row
- -Tischer, Svetal, Dvorak, Prucha, Derer, Koranek, Ekl, Odetinal, Tislor. Third
Row-Kirian Pernecki, Iopa, Strachota, Lohrontz, Peterson, Eis, Lukach.
FRESHIE INITIATION---G. A. A.
LO! THE POOR INDIANS QWE MEAN FRESHIESJ
On March 30, l943, at 3 PM. the girls' gym resounded with girls' shouts and wild screams as the new
"Freshies" were initiated into the G.A.A.
Dressed in gym suits put on backwards and wearing cute little paper bunnies on their heads, the Freshies
were initiated by the Seniors who had waited four years for the great event.
Seniors walking down the halls wearing their "S" emblems with a little duck on them were commonly seen
making Freshies carry their heavy chemistry or physics books. Other tasks the poor suffering Freshies were
required to do included reciting poems, carry trays in the lunchroom, and asking those handsome Senior boys
if they would take them as their wives. After the agony during the school day, the Seniors got their final chance
at the Freshmen in the good ol' paddle line.
Refreshments served at the party consisted of cookies and ice cream bars of which everyone had their fill.
After the dancing and the many games which the Seniors somehow always managed to win, the tired "Fresh-
ies" went slowly downstairs to their lockers, relieved that the ordeal was finally over and that they were full-
fledged members of the G.A.A.
i'First Row llwllz, Iim1i0y, Spaleuka,
'l'a11sk, Vilimvk, i2wa11s:1111, Barnes, Mv-
M.111u11, S11.11w11ka. Second Row 'Kill-
lmff, 511111111113 Maqm-, Kukuska, Smolcal,
Mo1m111, Krvli, liv11isvk, 'I'l1uwlo, Krava,
lI110ty11l:11, K111'vm. Third Row A11111a1111,
Kos::1111, W111111, Pwlkowski, Novak,
Hwszik, Dxysvlx, l?v11Iivn11m', Clwqlava,
Kcwicwvsky. Fourih ROW Zdlllifl, N0111011
I,vM111', Z111m111ri1:11, llmauk, Bn11111cf, KAI-
f.1::, X111-11l, Y111111q, Vivlm, Novak.
ffirsi Row liwmik, SVGIIHWPIEI, Drysuh,
iikillkllji, Nwras, Kal1c1v111', K1HISiE'xI1S. Sec-
ond Row llns11n1ik, Mmrwl, Fort, 310111-
i11q1-1', i1.'1v11::, fildlll, I111111111se1h, Third
Row i.111'.1::, M.11'i1vk, f1l01'i1a, MUOFP,
Ii11wki11:4, TH1111, V1l111, lhllfw, Rioqwr.
WI"irst Row Slllllf, l111'11l1::, Elk, Pmsvk,
Svc1lw1l.1, Hwlik, DM1111111, Iiwkn. Second
Row -Kil1m11i1'k, H011111swk, Canwil,
H111111ll, May, Kuvmik, i'111'sl, P1il1yl, Swif
11n1'ski. Third Row Kdl1o1111, Ilobmii,
Kl11111vl111k, Simi1a1vk, N111111a11, Iiuniy,
Kyztivat, V4111I111d11. Fourth Row Pow'
fi-111, Simik, Rf111vik, Svwlmaia, Polak,
Iiv1slv1fwl-II, M11ls1111, Llwlik, lffruy.
ilfirsi Row 5111.11-wk, Mysicku, Komilr,
H1111--11113 G1'l::1+111i11i, I3-111.1si11, Kullvy,
P1111-1111, I?--11i14.1. Second Row Vnuok,
lR1xl111l11111l:aky, Vv'111.1:'vk, Kwulva, Latal,
Ifkl, k'.1::l11k, Ol-.11i11l. Third Row Hu'
::1111k, U1111111111, 1.1111-Le, C'i.'vl-1, Iiolmivli.
QH111111, t'1'.1i1111, 1111111-11, Cl111vi1. Fourth
How Ki1i.111, LT.1f1111111k, Nwvnk, K111si11d,
4'l11.1::!k.1, W11II1'1', Vwlwk, PUIil'l'. Fiflh
How l-Q11 -1.' , lI111l1y, lIv1111111q, Matmlsuk,
H11:'i1'k11, 2311111-IIN, Ml-11111, Mamcvk,
E11'l11.1111111, l'1'11l11i1-11, I.11kavl1, PFITLICIIG,
G. A. A. VOLLEY BALL
First Row - iimofiws, Prvsa,
Vrizfha, Kwmuvk, Uorvr, Sec-
ond Row Puhl, Ifis, Pvtfirsun,
First Row Hinds, Smith, P1-rr
lwfki, Irma, Second Row-
Lulifh, Nvrmia, Kuvrira, No-
G. A. A. GAMES
First Row-Pastf-wash, Novak,
t'Prr1irvk, SiTif'If"I', ffastok, Str'-L
rvr, Hmfiy, Swinarski, Second
Row Stillkllfi, Iaworski, Wie-
zwi, Dawicv, KUIIVNCY, Biiek,
M-arfqliart, Flanfil, Third How
- - Hlifirw, Fvivvk, Hawkins,
hfuxmna, Kali-uv-WC, Polak, Sko-
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PRESENTING SENIORS FOR NINETEEN FORTY-THREE
KEY TO SENIOR ACTIVITIES
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In the past three years the senior classes have been so large
that it has been necessary to add more pages tor the senior
pictures and Write-ups. This year with 492 graduates, the Log
statt was again faced with the problem of finding enough space
without adding extra pages. Ci course some will notice that
there are students included who are not graduating with their
class, but these are finishing in summer school or notice of
their failure to graduate came too late to take out their pictures.
Some of the boys lett tor service in the armed forces before
they were graduated but the Log statt telt that these should
be included with their class.
On the opposite page you will find not all but inost of the
activities that seniors participated in actively. For example,
if a girl belonged to the G. A. A. and earned a chevron, letter
or medal it is recorded as 38 Cchevron, letter or inedall. lt a
boy belonged to the band tor four years and earned a letter
and won three medals, his record would be 3 C4 years, letter,
3 medalsl. All others are similarly noted. It the students be
longed to clubs no longer in existence, the nantes have been
omitted. Many seniors had more activities than we have
recorded but each graduate was restricted to only three lines
ot type, so that accounts for some omissions.
Air Raid Wardens
Banquet Comm. Sr.
Baton Twirling Club
Blue Print Club
Cap and Gown Comm. Sr.
Chinese Checkers Club
Class Day Comm. Sr.
Class Gift Comm. Sr.
College Day Comm. Sr.
Dance Comm. Sr.
Docorative Comm. Sr.
Division Room Officer
Election Comm. Sr.
Electric Shop Club
Financial Comm. Sr.
Flower, Color, Motto,
G. A. A.
G. A. A. Bowling
Gift Comm. Sr.
lce Skating Team
Industrial Arts Club
lnvitation and Decoration
Latin Fun Club
Letter CS Chevron Club
Morse Code Club
National Honor Society
Pan American Council
Pin and Ring Comm. Sr.
Play Comm. Sr.
Printing Comm. Sr.
Prom Comm. Sr.
Red Cross Council
Red Cross Napsack Library
Red Cross Production
a. Assembly Hall Sponsors
c. Luncheon Sponsors
Slide Rule Club
Tea-Dance Comm. Sr.
Recording Music Club
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IOHN BECKER. "lack Esq." High school taught him to argue, which, with his
liking for history will help him in his ambition radio work. Member nt 88, 36, 77,
twti, 46, 812, S3 triage editorl, 16, 64.
JANUARY CLASS 0F l943
FRED BABBIN. "l'rtvl. Baht." llojios to he a baclerioloqisl.
I1llPl'0!1l!1 are Vliviiiistiy, zatanijis, and microscopy. Member O1
14, 86, 412
GEORGIANA BALATY. "Int" llccomplislimenl fjcttmg things
done on time. Future dVldl11X. Active in 68, 46, 82, 12.
IUNE BANKER. "lun1e"- Mad about groovy music. Likes to
spend money. Wants to be a houswiie. Member of 85, 38, 28.
IOHN BANNES. "Trigger",-His great ambition is to become
a Navy admiral. His hobbies are hunting and fishing. Activi-
ties, 13, K2 Letteisl, 84, 90, 97 ILE-tterl.
FLORENCE BARTNIK. "F1ossie"--Hopes to be a secretary.
Enjoys singing and sewing. Learned to do things on time.
Member of 66, 46, 38, 43 lLetterl.
GEORGE BARTUNEK. "Corky"- Hopes to be a math teacher.
Has weakness tor sweet potatoes. Collects stamps, coins.
Member of 35, lO, 73, 9 tLetterj.
DOROTHY BAUER. "Dotty"-Her ambition is to be A-1 secrel
tary. Weakness "1-Iawiian War Chant,"-Hobbies are dancing,
psychology. Member of 46 lice-presj 8, 73.
VIRGINIA BAYLIS. "Virqie"--Future nurse. Learned to respect
elders. Saves letters, postcards. Member of 33.
ELEANOR BENDA. "Elo"---Hopes to be a secretary. Likes jew-
elry and photography. Membr ot 40, ll, 37, 38, 85, 46, 31.
EDWARD BENKOWSKI. "Benny"- --Likes steak and more steak.
Dislikes people who sleep on street cars. Collects stamps.
Wants to be a navy pilot. Member of 15.
I age Ninety-Two
IAMES BISIO. "Cisco"- His ambition is in the field O1 aviaa
tion. Has a special weakness for food. His hobbies are hunt-
ing, fishing, camping. Active in 46, 74.
IAMES BLASTIK. "Blast" Desires to be an Aviation cadet
Weakness chicken. Saves stamps and coins. ls active in 85,
88, 46, lO, 31 lChairmanj.
RICHARD BOUCEK. "Booch"ffBohennan is his tavorite subject.
Learned to take orders which will help him in his ambition
ot a music teacher. Member ot 21, 61, 15, 1, 85.
BETTE BOWDEN. "Bet"f-Stcnoqraphcr. To get alonq with peo-
ple was her chief accomplishment. Collects cards. Active in
CHARLOTTE BROZ. "Cliar"---Hopes to bc a music teacher. En-
joys maklnq scrap books and eating ire cream. Member of 66,
70, 3, 68, 4.
GLORIA BUDILOVSKY. "Blondie"--Wants to see the world.
Writes many letters. Member of 38, 46, 82.
ALLAN BURMAN. "Al"-Collects silver dollars, stamps. Wants
to be a successful business man. Member of 21, 61, 83, 2, 42.
BASIL CARRABOTTA. "Rathbone"- Radio technician. Dislikes
grouches. Member of 88, 61, 19, 90.
MILDRED CHOC. "Mil"--Hopes to be an office worker. Likes
music, art and books. Favorite subject is shorthand. Mem-
ber of 36, 38, 46, 57, 45, 69.
MILDRED CHODORA. "Millie"--Wants to be an office worker.
Likes dancing, skating, and music. Member oi 38, 82, 12.
VILMA CIGER. "Vi1" Stenotrrapher. Treasures keepsakes and
transscription. Member of 88, 38, 82, 8Sb.
DORIS COLES. "Dorry"- -Likes typinq but dislikes makinq
errors. Favorite expression, "Are you krddinrrf' Member of
38, 59, 90.
BETTY COX. "Bots" Worked hard at steno. to perfect her-
CHARLES CRYSTAL. "Chuck" -Likes "Ma's" honie-made apple
pie. Take it easy, is his advice. Member of 61, 32, 46, 82, 12.
be a receptionist. "Sleepy'time Gal." Member of 88,
CLARENCE CUKOR. "Cuke" Won honorable mention in na-
tional contest for search for science talent. Research chemistry
is his qoal. Member of 36, 65, 14, 88, 812, 18, 46, lil, 57, 64.
Class Will and Prophecy lPres.J.
GEORGE DAVID. "Dave" Army Arr Cori-s for him. "What's
cooking, qc-od lookmq?" is his favorite rrreetintr. Loves medals.
Member of 88, 73.
BLANCHE DOLEIS. "Blondie" She learned to be on time or
else?. Adores Khaki-Wacky urrrtorrrrs. Active ln-10, 46, 82,
GERALDINE DONDA. 'Gerryw Hopes to be a stenoqrapher,
She really learned Spanish. Member of 70, 121, 46, 38, 82, 36, 712.
ROBERT DRNEK. "Bob" Future machinist. Beware of him
for he likes to lift weights.
MARY ANNE DVORACEK. "Mar" Performs as vocalist for the
servicemen at the U.S.O. Member ut 57, 46, Stl, 83, Silt, Quill
and Scroll Award, 64.
IRVIN DVORAK. "lrv"e-eVVants to be a Tool and Die M
Active in swimming, received a letter and t 10-mile mara
award. Member of 42.
WAYNE ERICKSON. Enjoys physics but experts to be a
owner. Hobbies bicycling and stamps.
BERNARD ESRALEW. "Bernie" clrernrst. Develop-rlrl hi:
sonality in school. Enjoys dancrntr. Member nl
ROBERT FELIX. "Bob"--l..earnec'l to handle rr
"tech" course. Hates women drivers. Member
ANN FIRTIK. "April" Likes sentimental music
of Gl, 84.
ce-ited people. Member of 38 tl.etter and Flrevmril, 77, 46,
LIBBY PRANA. "Lib" -Learned to make frrwrrrlrz. t'.:ll..wr'ts
titres of baseball players. Active in Alll, -tri, 243, 38, 43,
82, 64 lQuill and Scroll Awardl.
LOUISE FRANCE. "Lojz"- -Orchestra and collect
her favorites. Future nurse. Member rut 46, 811,
received medals from orchestra contests and --
VERONICA GASPARIK. "Verne" A slrtntlrarirl
711, 88, 68,
secretarial ambition. Likes to rr-,rd best sellers, Membe
27, 46 lSecretaryl, 16, 64.
EVELYN GELSOMINI. "FV" Sinus and plays:
the prairie as n
hobby. Ambitious to be n nurse. Memlwr til ltl, Iltt, fill, 4.3,
83, 2, 73.
MARVIN GOLDMAN. "Marve" loined the O MV. in Army
Air Corps. Member of 55, 07, 71, lib, 73.
JANUARY CLASS 0F 1943
LILLIAN CERNY. "Wee Wee' Wants to be a secretary. Active in 38, 40, lP.i:wt
Pri-::.j, 75, 91, 64, 82. ll. A. R. Representrve from Farrarrut.
' tv- 1
A A minus
MILDRED HALACEK. "Holly" Salutatorian of lan. '43 class. Member of 43 tletterl,
59, 28, 36, 14, 46, 82, 38, 31, 64. American Legion Essay Contest.
JANUARY CLASS OF 1943
BERNICE GOMOLINSKY. "Bern"---Future doctor. Enjoys study-
ing tnatts. Member ot 36, 118, 82, 46, 43, 38, 90.
DOROTHE B. GOTTLIEB. "Dot Gott" lournalism her "meat".
Studyinq plays and recitations are her hobbies. Active in 24
libres. and Sec.l, 83 tPq. 4 Edl, 16 lQuill and Scroll Awardl.
W-tn S5 for feature story.
BEHTHA HALPERIN. "Beatr'ice"fff"l'lep to the jive." Collects
pictures of famous interpretive dancers. Member of 21.
DOROTHEY HAMM. "Sunka" Hitrh School taught her not to
sit track and lot others pass her by, to get somewhere on her
own. Member of 3, 84, 88, 49, 75, 64.
ADRIANNA HANUS. "Tillie" Wants to be a model. Learned
how to win friends and influence people. Member of 84, 75,
611, J tMt-dals Solo Contestl.
WILLIAM HAUPT. "Willie" A future "mouthpiece," Likes
l'rtfnrli pros and blondes. Active in 15, 2, 45, 31.
MELVIN HOFFMAN. "Mel"- Wants to be an Aircraft assembler.
11111: hobby is Model Building. Likes all sports.
ROBERT HOFFMAN. "litters"f--From his favorite subject U. S.
History he learned how to vote riqht when the time comes.
Metnber ot Ill, 20.
FRANK HOLAN. "Gu1liver"- lTall, dark and handsomel. Future
sports announcer. Likes history. Member of 84, 6, 46, IU, 61, 16.
ROBERT HOMOLKA. "Bob"-Hopes to be an electrical engi-
neer. His hobbies are camping and swimming. Member of 12.
P1 ee Ninety-Four
HELEN HORAK. "Drmples"- -Excels in the German lariguultft-
Emoys bowling. Member of 28, 46, 38, 85, 88, 33.
RICHARD HORKY. "Dick"---An army mechanic. Hobbies are
photographing and fishinq. Active in 10 tLetterl, 74.
EMILY HORNICHK. "lonnie"-Ambition to become superior to
men, including military service. Collects phonograph tr-voids
Active in 46, 82, 38, Typing Award.
LORRAINE HOVORKA. "Lolly"-eWants to tio to college. En-
joys reading music and roller skating. Member ol 38, 3 tMedal
and Lettersl, 43, 82.
HLSIE HRADSKY. "L. C."-fContmerCial artist. lfnjoys must
and drawing. Member ot 59, 64, 82, 22.
LEONARD HRODEY. "Len" Mechanic. Likes tisliintr. Member
L'l'HEL IANDA. "lan"-fMusic's aid is her goal. Loves to write
letters and clothes. Active in 38, 82, 75.
ELSIE IANECKA. "El"- Excels in Shorthand and Typing. Likes
steak and trench fries. Member of 83 tAdv. Mqr. and Ass't.
Bookkeeperl, 46, 85, 36, 57, 45, 84. Quill and Scroll Award.
BLANCHE IAROLINEK. "Sleepy"- -A future housewife. Collects
popular records. Member ot 21, 88, 38, 40, 7.
RITA IANICEK. "Pudgy"-- Her goal is to join the WAAC or
WAVES and help do her share. Collects records ot popular
music, Active in 7, 38, 43, 33, 95.
WARREN IOHNSON. "Swede"--Hopes to be an architect. En-
joys Fibber McGee and Molly. Member of 8.
EVELYN IONAS. "Evie"-Wants to be a commercial artist. Col-
lects stamps and reads. Draws as hobby. Member of 38, 42, 4.
HELEN KACENA. "Kacey"f-An all around qoocl fella. Steno
her favorite and hopes to be a typist. Member of 88, l5, 16, 38.
MELANIE KAMIS. "Mel" -To qo to college. Learned to balance
a cup of tea. Enjoys Civics. Member of 91, 36, 28, 38, 43, 3,
812, 46. 90.
NICK KARAGEORGE. "Nickey"- Wants to be a Civil Engi-
neer. A technical course. Likes social lite. Preiers blondes.
Member of 21, 8.
MARGARET KELLER. "Margie"--Her ambition is to become a
nurse. I-las a special weakness for black hair. Member of 83,
46, 88, 38, 33, 64.
WALTER KILENS. "Wa1ly"feFuture Physical Education instruc-
tor. Acquired manners while in school. Member ot 21, 6, 84, 3.
ROBERT KING. "Bob"--Hopes to qet into defense work as a
drnttsman. Appreciates mashed potatoes and roast chicken. Ac-
tive in 4, 26, 8, 74, 48, 68.
DOLORES KIPTA. "Butcli"- -To learn all clerical machines.
Weakness for tall blond fellows and chocolate. Active in 88,
811, 2, 811, 16.
VIOLET KLEIDON. "Susy"--Wants to be a kinderqarden teacher.
Likes Latin and horseback ridinq. Member ot 46, 82, 21, 38,
ROBERT KOCEK. "Bob"--Loves good food. Wants to retire be-
fore he begins to work. Member of 21, 88, 34 tCapt,l, 2 Letters
-Noble Kizer Award. Pres. of Class, Feb. '43.
VIRGINIA IONCAI.. "Din"- -Wants to be a commercial artist.
Dislikes bragqarts. Collects match book covers. Member ot
37, 40, 88, 38, 33.
CLARENCE KONOPASEK. "Connie"-f Favorite subject: Wood
Shop. Pet peeve, Guy Lombardo's Band.
VALERIE KOPECKY. "Val"-Lite's ambition is to live, learn
and write her autobiography. Weakness is tall people. Active
in 88, 83, 36, 46, 82, 85, 20, 64.
DOLORES KORBEI.. "Bunny" -This future singer collects puc-
tures oi Nelson Eddy. Won two medals in Posture Contests.
Member ot 90, 38.
RICHARD KORINEK. "Goat" Plans to be a chemist. Has
learned to attack problems from different anqles. Member of
88, 85, 25, 84. I2 Lettersj.
IAME KOSTNER. "Kos"-Doctor, a lapidarist at heart. Likes
bowling and blondes. Member of 65, 14 9,,64.
CHARLOTTE KOUBA. "Char"fAims to be a real good stenoq-
rcpher. Collects keepsakes, sketches, and plays the piano.
Member of 27, 85, 38, 46, 82.
GEORGE IOUBA. "Kob"- Has a commercial course. Swinqs a
mean trumpet. Member of 65, 12. Wants to enlist in the Naval
GERALDINE KOZEL. "Gerry" Has a commercial course. Dise
likes a poor sport. Likes to read and wants to travel. Member
of 38, 36, 18, 85, 88, 75.
JANUARY CLASS OF 1943
BERNICE HIGGIE. "Hiqqie"- -Wants to be a reporter. Member of 35, 84, 91, 83, iMqr.
lfl.J, 88, 46, 82, 38, 16, 64. Received Quill and Scroll Award.
,P . E wt,
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WILLARD HOLIVIAN. "Ironman"- -Ambition is to be an aviator. Active in 7, 84, 46,
totttceij, 20, 64, 3. Americanrsm Essay Contest.
JANUARY CLASS OF 1943
MARGIE KRATOCHVIL. "Marne" Writes poetry as a hobby,
Pet peeve: People who ask questions and street cars. Mem-
ber of 59, 43, 38, 43 tLetterJ,
LEONARD KRATOSKA. "Lenny"--A successful orqanist. Ap-
preciates good music. Dislikes corny jokes. Makes recordinqs
as a hobby. Member ot 98. Likes baseball.
RONALD KREMSKE. "Ronnie" Ambition is to get in the U. S.
Air Corps. Weakness for chicken dinner. Member of 85 tCapt.l,
GLENN KRUEGER. "Groovy"f' Wants to play "Tram" in a biq
name dance band. Appreciates qood Iood and plenty of it.
Goes in for dancing and swincr music. Member of 1 tLetter1,
85, 17, 34, Vice-Pres. of Class.
PAUL LAMBERSON. "Lambie Pie" Lite's ambition. air plane
mechanic. Hobby--model airplanes and motors. Member ot
24 tPres.1, I0 tVice-Pres.J, 34 tLetter1.
EVELYN LATKOVIC. "Eve" -Ambition is to qo throuqh col-
lege. Weakness- pretty clothes. Member of 16, 36, 46, 82, 43.
RICHARD LAUTH. "Dick" Wants to enter the technical field.
Hobby-collectinq stamps. Member of 61, 12.
RAYMOND LEBER. "Leo Wetcff1" 1.ite's ambition to be a irrw'
eler. Weakness--lobster tails, Hobby collecting quns. Mem-
ber of 72, 52, 85.
LARUE LINDBERG. "Cheese"f Ambition is to become a nurse.
Has a special weakness tor qood music, Member of 43 tLetterl,
GEORGE LINHART. "Ice"-'Ambition -To be the owner of a
Gas Station. Hobbies are tinke-rinti with qas: enfrines, and col-
lectlnq coins. Member of 65, 4.
P :ge Ninety-Six
ALICE LISKA. "A1"- Ambition to have a home and family.
Weakness--Steak and French tried potatoes, Member ot 43
tLe-tterl, 35, 20,
AMELIA MALICHEK. Ambition to have a musiral career. Spo-
cial weakness for steak and tnaslt-ici potatoes. Avtive in 351.
46, 82, 36, 33.
SHIRLEY MARCUS. "Porky" Ambition to travel around the
world. Likes to type. Member of 138, 57, 85b, 111.
ANNETTE MAROVI11. "Scatterbrain"- -Ambition to be a photo-
qraphic coloress. Pet peeve -prevaricators. Member of 91,
18, 38, 83, 2. Merit Award.
DJIILY MASA. "Millie"--Ambition -stenoqrapher. Likes danc-
ing and swimminq, Pet peeve sqirls wearinq short stockin-is
with hiqh heels, Member of 21, 46, 82, 38, 73.
GRACE MASEK. Wants to be a private secretary. Pet pnnve -
people who borrow homework. Member of 32, 24, 38.
BEVERLY MEHALL. "Beaver" Ambition to br- ti niirsrri. Wink-
ness--ice cream. Member ot 33, 38.
ANNE MIKES. Ambition private secretary. Dislikes: people
who seem to know all the answers. Member ot 36, 38, 46, 82,
EVELYN MILCEZNY. "Ev" Ambition to be a sc-liool trwirlivr.
Weakness---anythinq chocolate. Member oi 36, 38, 46, 82, 3,
KENNETH MILLER. "Lori-rdr'nk" Ambition to sittrrfwd. lhfslikos
people who think too much of themselves. Member ot 11, 527,
86, 74, 9,
IERRY MISHK. "Irish"-Ambition-to be a Physical Education
Instructor. Pet peeve-girls who think too much ot themselves.
Member of B, 88, 46, 10, 73, 85, 82.
NOHBERT MITCHELL. "Bud" Ambition diaftsnian, Weakness
-strawberry sundaes. Member oi 34. Swimminq awards.
VLASTA MOTAL. "Val" Ambition to be a doctor, Weakness
is earinqs and expensive clothes.
SHELDON' MULACEK. "Shu1tze''flnterested in medicine. Weak-
ness-chocolate cream pie. Dislikes loud qirls.
VIRGINIA NCHA. "Virq"-fTo be a success in lite. Pet peeve
--people who are always complaminti, Member of 13, 15, 46,
36, 38, 84, 4.
VIOLET NOVACEK. "Vi"-eWants to travel around the World.
Weakness Chih. Pet peeve -people with a lack of humor.
Member of 38, 85, 88, 18, 4, 21.
LORRAINE NOVAK. "Lor" Ambition typist. Weakness
candy. Collects nicknacks. Member ot 21, 28, 46, 20.
NORMAN NOVAK. "Ace" Wants to be an engineer. Weak-
ness'-sport Coupes, Active in 46, 88, 85, 19, 78, 64.
LORRAINE NOWICKI. "Lorr" Ambition to be an Art Teacher.
Weakness---Borsht. Member ot 59, 36, 92, 68, SU,
IOHN O'BRlEN. Ambitzon Mechanical Enqineer. Weakness--
new tires. Member oi 89, 18.
IOSEPH ONDRAS. "Harry Iames"-Ambition to have a good
job. Received three medals in Band Contests. A cup for jitter-
buqinq. Member of 75.
AUGUSTINE PALUMBO. "Augie"-Ambition to be a housewife.
Pet peeve-fur coats and slacks. Member oi 38, 88, 85, 75.
ICE PANOSH. "Ioe"eOne thinq learned in school was wood-
BONITA PAWLEX. "Bonnie"- -Ambition-to become bookkeeper.
Likes to play the piano and to roller skate, Member oi 90, 46,
82, 43, 38, 85, 79, 36.
EVELYNE PESA. "Mabel"-Ambition-nurse. Collects snap-
shots, Member of 91, 49, 2 tiiditor, Ouill and Scroll Awarcll,
43 tLetterJ, 84, 46, 82, 38, 90.
VIVIAN PETERS. "Viv"--Ambition-interior decorator. Weak-
ness--pretty clothes. Dislikes noisy eaters. Member ot 38, 32
tcertificatel, 48, 9, 50, 72.
RICHARD PI-ITRANEK. "Dick"- -Wants to be a chemist. Likes
fried liver and onions. Pet peeve -qirls who think the're some-
thing. Member of 74.
EVELYN PINTA. Ambition -dress desiqner, Weakness choco-
late ice cream soda. Member of 91, 38.
EMMA PIPEROFF. "Em"- -Ambition -Secretary. Pet peeve -
people who brag.
and Chevronj, 84.
Member of 31, 84, 85, 46, 82, 58, 38 tLetter
"Mill"--Ambition commercial artist, Weak-
and malls. Member oi 21.
JANUARY CLASS OF 1943
IOHN MIELKE. "Milky" 1-lad Charqe of supply room. Member of 84. Winner of
Senior Tribune Poll. Outside me-ssentier.
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LETA SPIRA. "Lee'-would like to become a pianist. Hobby is school. M-iinlwi' tit
68, 84, 50, 46, 3, 36, 28, 64.
JANUARY CLASS OF 1943
RICHARD POKORNY. "Porky", Received medals for contests
in band and orchestra solo work and letter. Active in 3, 68,
ALICE PONSHE. "Pooch"- Will enter the commeicial field.
Likes bowlinq, Member ot 9, 82, 31 tPinJ, 85b, '73,
WILLIAM PRI'f1'N'BR. "Scollo"--His ambition is to be a pilot
with Marine Air Corps. Weakness tor hamburgers.
BETTY IANE PURCELL. "Irish"-Wants to become a housewite,
A weakness for "hepcats" and "low down jazz." Collects
"Groovy" records. Member of 80, 85b.
ELEANOR RADA. Ambition is to qet a nice workinq position.
Her weakness is ham and potato salad. Member of 46, 4.
ALICE RIHA. "Fat"AWants to travel. Collects postcards and
writes letters. Member ot 21, 13 tLetter1, 38.
CHAROLETTE ROKUSIX. "Char"--Ambition is to become a telel
phone operator. Weakness tor hamburgers and coke. Active
in 38, 88, 13, 90 tChairmanJ,
GEORGE ROUSK. "Ir,"-Takes tech. course. Maiorinq in Mech.
Dr. Wants to be a draftsman. Likes to dance. Member ot 3
tLetter and Medalsi, 46, 26, 95.
RUTH ROZHON. "Gir1qles"-Wants to do her part in defense
gvlorliia Nitgeakness is tryinq to keep quiet. Member ot 38, 88,
ROBERT RUDE. "Bob"fLife's ambition is to be a tool and
die maker. Weakness for qirls.
GRACE RUZICKA. "Gracie"f Hopes to become a ttishion int-del.
Likes attractive clothes and ice cream snndat-:1. Mwnilwt-r :it fl,
13 tLetterJ, 33.
HENRY SHUI.. "Cisco"- -Wants to be a naval officer, 'Pvt peevv
is boys who set Waves in their hair. Member fit til, 515, ti, 48, 4.
DOROTHY SCHREIN. "Potty" Wants to tw fi tmiwli-ii ot litfnn'
nnrsinq. Likes tall husky blcndi-sw Attivw .n .tri t, mt ttwt-fcttill
FRANK SEDLOCK. "Sed" Favoiitt- SLllJl9VtS wvrv utiiiiriii-ivitil
law. Has a special weakness for music snniz liy it choir. Active
in 85, 84, 10, 9 tMedal1.
ROBERT SYNOST. "Shanie"' Raises qold fish as a hnhluy. Inst
wants to be a success at whatever he may decide to du.
LORRAINE SEMIK. "Bnriny"AAmbition to armri-ie popular
dance music. Weakness tor potato chips. Awtivw in 38, ftlt
t1.etterl, 35, 85, 4.
RICHARD SHAFT. "Dirk", Ambition if: to lv-t-iiriiv a traffic'
manaqer, Favorite sport is football.
ROY SHAY. "Shey" Ambition is to hvcoinv an inzzpector in
the Dept. ot lnteiior Vtfildlzte ljiiiwaii. At-tive in 34, U7 tliittt-il.
ADELINE SIMEK "Addis" A tntniw voiiiptoiii-its-I u5ei.it4it.
"Eating" is her down tall. Hobbies are dancinq, roller :rkatinq
and bowling. Active in 94, 87, 36, 15, 31, 38, 8Slv.
ROSE SMETANA. "Rosie"-Weakness for strqiwht-ny snndaes.
Likes dancing and skatinq. Member of 54, 46, 82.
BLANCHE SOLNAR. "Slirimii" Weaaknihss fqood lookinq fel-
lows. Enjoys roller skatinii and swimming, Letter in 43.
IOSEPHINE SOMEROFF. "Io-lo"--Would like to be a private
secretary. Pet peeve is plaids and stripes worn together. Mem-
ber of 24.
EVELYN SOUXUP. ''Souky"--Jlblephone operator. Hobby is
coin Coliectinq. Has a weakness for tried chicken.
IOSEPH STASTNY. "Irie" Ambition is to be a success. Dis-
likes women drivers. Likes pork chops and sauerkraut. Mem-
ber of 21.
SHIRLEY STEINLAUF. "Rod" Dancer. Crackino qum gets her
twat. Meniber ot Sll, 88, 38, and 73.
ANNA STEISPAL. "Stays" A comniercial student, wants to see
the U. S. A. Active in Ell, 4, 43, 38.
STEVE STEVENS. "Grook"n This future bomber pilot is inter-
ested in electric sliop. Likes clanvinq. Member of 34, 97, Sl.
WILLIAM SVEC. "Bill" is qoinq to be a marine qunner. Has
a woaknoss for wine, women, and sonq. Active in 10.
RALPH SVETIC. "Tooiles" Hopes to become a radio operator.
Doesn't like "stuck up" people, Member of 15, 41, 46, 63.
FRANK SVOBODA. "Skip"- Likes chemistry but hopes to be-
voine an enqinevr. Moiwlmisv lwwaiel Active in 61, ll, ill.
VIRGINIA TAUCHEIN. "Ginny"- -Wants to qo tlxrouqli college.
Goes for football, swimming, horseback, ridinq and collecting
GEORGE TURINSKY. "Lefty"--Would like to be a top notch
bowler. Weakness for past tense speakers. Active in 9 lLetterl.
LEROY VACOVSKY. "Lee" -Electrical draftsmanship will iill
his future, Shy women are his weakness. Likes all sports.
Member ot 75.
LILLIAN VALENTA. "Lil"--This qum che-wer will be satisfied
with a good job. Active in 43, 88, 79, 38.
OTTO VALENTA. "Ots"-Wants to be a success. Makes model
air planes as a hobby. Member of 15, 75.
RUTH VAUGHN. "Blondie"-Has commercial course but likes
science subjects. Teaches piano as a hobby. Member of 38,
85, 18, 46, 36, 57, 20.
CHARLES VESELY. "Ves"--Will be an aeronautical eriqineer.
Models airplanes and collects coins. Member of 88, 63, 9, 72.
EDWARD VESELY. "Ves"- -This meteoroloqist likes to bowl
and raise tropical fish. Active in ll, 61, 74,
WILLIAM WAGNER. "Bill"fTo really qet into a good trade is
Lhis man's ambition. His favorite sports are football and base-
MARIE WALTER. "Mani" Future nurse. Collects poems in her
spare time. Active in 43, 38, 46, 37, 42.
'JANUARY CLASS OF 1943
BERTHA VENHUDA. "Eeidie" V Hopes to become a faimerette. Valedictorian of
Ian. '-13 class. Member of 38, iletter and clievronl, 43, fletterl, 79, 64, IB, 36.
V .7 ,, 3 if i
'as V.. q .. y
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STEVE VLASICH. "Steve"-Would like to be a sport editor. Member of IZ tSport
editorl, 46, 84, 25, 31, 71, 97 tletter majorj, 64.
JANUARY CLASS OF 1943
FRANK WARD. "Frankie"fDraftsman. Dumplinqs and sauer-
kraut is his idea of "the" meal. Member of 61, 63, 21, 50.
LOIS WEINBERG. "Liz" Wants to become a
model. Favorite subject is civics. Member of 38, tLetterl 84, 85,
13, tLetterl 91.
ANNABELLE WELNAK.-Life's ambition is to be a nurse. l-las
hobby of collecting perfumes. Member of 38
ELMER WESSEI.. "Wes"-Life's ambition is to be a drafts-
rnan. Active in 88, 61, 73.
MARILYN WHITE. "Whitey"-Hopes to be a dress designer
in near future. Active in 89 and 38, 4. Won third place in
GUSTAV WITT.-Future Mor-tician. Likes jazz and those who
plaiy 7i5. Hobbies are photoqraphy and art. Member of I1
SHIRLEY WOELTIE. "Shirl" --Ambition is to become a steno-
qrapher. Favorite sport is swimming. Active member of 90
and 38 tLetterl,
SEYMOUR WOLFE. "Wolf"-Goes in for body buildinq and
danrin-1. Member of 6, ftwo Lettersl 75 and 84.
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MAE ZASTERA. "Maisie" flirt-f .irribrt
WAAC. Hobbies are skatinq arid :rtnru
of 38, 21, 85, 42.
VIOLE1' ZASTEHA. "Vi"--Wants to be
tures and roller skates. Member of 88
GEORGIANA ZDENEK. "Georrr"-- A con
ambition is to be a steriorrrar-lim, H
Member of 12, 36, 82.
MILDRED ZIKA. "Red" -Desires to iw a
rrrri rf: ttr lr..-.rrrrrr r
rr roilovtirirt, Mvrrilir-ri
a typist. Saves pic-
, 38, Sir, 511.
irrrervral strrdvrit wlio's
ur lirrluliy if: ciririrtiriq.
tent-lr--r. Dislikes bad
mannered people. Merrrlr-ir of 68, HH, 46, 42. Won tiirrri place
in Posture Contest.
GEORGE ZOZOS. "Greek"fWorrlcl like
playboy. Active in 46, 82, 95, 97, 16.
to br- .1 rrrillirrnnirr-
RICHARD MANAK. "Hoppy"- Has toclrriicnl voursr-. l.ikr':2
mechanical drawing, drincfinfr and all szportsz. Mriruiwr ot Ill,
IO, 34, tLetter'J. ls now servrrrrr Ilrrrlo
ALBERT NEMEC. "Al" Amliititrn tri lin
tive in 85. Member of 711.
Srrrrr rrr the Morrliririt
fi rnrlim mrrorrrtrrr, Ae.
IERRY TABER. "Ierry"- Future U, fl. Arruy Air Pilot. Weak-
ness is fudqe. loined thc- Air fifrrrrfz in Nrrvnrrrlovrri, lVlPtiil7ur
Of 89, 57,
JANUARY CLASS OFFICERS
Peach and Blue
Peach Gladioli and Bachelor Buttons
"Look-Up and On"
S5100 War Bond
DECORATION AND INVITATION COMMITTEE. .Elsie Hradsky
Mr. Boris Duslcin
CLASS DAY COMMITTEE .................... George Zozos
Miss Louise McDaniel
RING AND PIN COMMITTEE ................ Raymond Leber
Mr. Ioseph Miller
SENIOR DANCE COMMITTEE .................. Alice Liska
Miss Beatrice F. Duda
SENIOR PLAY COMMITTEE .................... Jerry Misek
Miss Helen Culver
CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE ............... .........
Mr. William G. Prottsman
COLOR, FLOWER AND MOTTO COMMITTEE.Dorothy Schrein
Mr. Morris Stevenson
SENIOR TEA DANCE COMMITTEE ........ Charlotte Rokusek
Miss Beatrice F. Duda
PRINTING COMMITTEE ................ ............
Mr. William Bloom
BANOUET COMMITTEE ..................... Virginia Noha
Mr, Boris Duskin
FINANCE COMMITTEE ................,.. ............
Mr. Morris Stevenson
PROM COMMITTEE ........................ Dorothy Hamm
Miss Beatrice F. Duda
CLASS GIFT ................................ Glenn Krueger
Mr. Morris Stevenson
ELECTION COMMITTEE ................. .............
Miss Genevra Geer
JUNE CLASS OFFICERS
Steel and Flame
Carnation and Gladioli
"Seek victory through 'the steel of reality and
flame of ideals'."
S100 War Bond
ELECTION COMMITTEE .................. ..........
Miss Generva Geer
CLASS DAY COMMITTEE ............... .... H elen Miller
Mrs. Ruth Pressell
FINANCE COMMITTEE ...................... Blanche Krejca
Mr. George Peacock
RING AND PIN COMMITTEE ..................... Betty Fiala
Miss Margaret M. Iohnson
GIFT COMMITTEE ....................... Clarence Paciorka
Mrs. Mabel Lehman
BANOUET COMMITTEE .................... Iacqueline Long
Miss Alice Leech
SENIOR TEA DANCE COMMITTEE ............. Lyle La Point
Miss Bessie Bonner
PROM COMMITTEE ........................ Norman Novak
Miss Mary Meehan
CLASS DAY SENIOR DANCE COMMITTEE ...... George Toms
Miss Dana Crowell
SENIOR PLAY COMMITTEE ................. Iohn McCarthy
Miss Helen Culver
PRINTING COMMITTEE ........................ Arthur Keil
Mr. William Bloom
COLOR, FLOWER AND MOTTO COMMITTEE .Frances Koranek
Mrs. Emily Mills
INVITATION AND DECORATION COMMITTEE. .Dolores Otto
Mrs. Emily Mills
CAP AND GOWN COMMITTEE ................ Dennis Heina
Mr. William G. Prottsman
COLLEGE DAY COMMITTEE ................. Emily Fagulec
Miss Florence Clark
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IRMA ALLARD. "Wormy"-Active in 52, 46, 82, 88, 38, Sl, 20, 13, 99, 64. lntramural
medal. Business journalism award for Mgr. Quill and Scroll Award.
JUNE CLASS OF 1943
FRANK ARTHUR. "Frankie"-Wants to join the Navy. Has a
special weakness for teachers. Active in 87, 85, 89, 74.
BERNARD AUMANN. "Bernie"-Wants to be a pilot in the
Army Air Corp. Most worthwhile thinq learned at school is
courtesy. His weakness is pie. Actve in 9, 5, B, 34, 74.
NUNZIO AVANZO. "Duke" --Wants to be a qood sport. Likes
dancing, Active in 68, 81, 9, 90.
MILDRED BABINEC. "Baqqy"-Desires to be a war nurse. Pet
peuve scratctiinit on qlass. Hobby baking for service men.
Member of 85, 38, 42.
IRENE BACHAN. "Ikes"-Wants to be a nurse. Hobby-skab
ing. Member of 46, 43, 38, 82, 42.
DOROTHY BARCAL. "Dot"-Would like to become a Social
Worker. Enjoys collecting pictures. Is in 43 fLetterl, 38.
FRANK BARTOS. 'Mus"--Would like to be a pilot. Has a
special weakness for sugar. Enjoys athletics especially 6, 34.
VALE BASTERASH. "Honey" -Wants to be a qood wife. Likes
oifice work. Active in 38, 9, 16.
FLORENCE BIENICK. "Flo"-Private Secretary. Enjoys horse-
back ridinq. Collects perfumes. Active in 38, 82, 12.
RAYMOND BIERYLA. "Ray"-Meteoroloqist. Wants to get in
the Army Air Corps as a meteoioloqist. Active in 85B.
IANET BOHAC. "Ian"-Ambition is to be a success in the
business world. Hates conceited people. Member of 38, 20.
BETTY BOOR. "Bets"-Wants to be a teacher. Has a special
weakness for chocolate candy and ice cream. Active in 38,
VILMA BOTTORFF. Life's ambition to work in China or India.
Favorite subject History. Weakness--temper. Member of 72, 83.
RICHARD BOUDNEK. "Smoky"-Would like to become an Air-
craft Inspector. Enjoys making things work. Member of the
87, 85, 78, 10, 99, 16.
LORRAINE BOYER. "Lory"-Has the ambition to become a
good cook. Belongs to the 38, 85, 99, 16.
FRANK BRABEC. "Tailspin"-Favors the band and cute girls.
Member of 7, 8, 4, 68, 20, 3 fLetter, 9 Medalsl.
MARTIN BRENNAN. "Slaughter"-Ambition is to become a big
dealer. Likes to work with cars. Active in 1, 85, 36, 10, 73.
RICHARD BRHEL. "Dick-Wants to make good money. His
weakness is breaded tenderloin. Active in 6, 5, 34.
HENRY BUDZINSKI. "Hank"-Wants to join the Navy. Weak-
ness for Pork Chops. Hobbie-camping. Active in 65.
LORRAINE BUIDOSIK. "Skipper"-Desires to be a good typist.
Dislikes people who bite nails. Hobby-playing the accordion.
Member of 88, 13, 4.
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VIRGINIA BURDA. "Virqie"-- Farnrer's wife. Favorite expres-
sion is "Are you krcldrnrr?" Active in 38 C4 yearsl, 22.
ANTHONY BURKE. "Tony" Radio Technician, Enjoys roller
skatmq. Likes rnath and qirls. Active in 81, 34, 72, 42.
ROBERT BURZYNSKI. "Burns" -Naval Air Corps Pilot. Enjoys
roller skatinq. Active in 21, 10 Cchevroni 23, 31.
LAVERNE CABA. "Vernie"-Housewife. Has a special weak-
ness for creamed corn. Active in 38, 25.
WILLIAM CAKORA. "Brll"fRetire at an early a-re. Detests
:stuck-up people. Likes bowling. Merrrber of 1, 46, 82.
GERARD CARNEVALE. "Dark Eyes"f fEnqineer. Dislikes qirls
usrnq too much make-up. Member of 3, 68, 31.
THERESE CARPENTER. "'l'essre"f-Teleplrone Operator. Weak'
ness for chocolate candy. Detests conceited people. Member 90.
ANTON CERNANSKY. "Tony" Arr Plane Mechanic. Saves
stamps and likes to print. Member of 15, 24.
EDWIN CHOBOT. "Kobotsky" Maclrrnrst. Favorite expression
is "Ah!- -3 o'clock!" Likes baseball and football. ln 42.
EMII. CIZEK. "Caesar"- Boxer. Liked Machine Shop in rsclrtml.
Has weakness for chili. Member oi boxing club.
EVELYN' CZERWIEN. "Suzie" 1-lcnxaowrle. lmzrntacl to rrrrrrrlv
with people in school. Member of 12. 38. 46.
MELVIN CO1-IN. "Mel" Has a weakness for Harry larnes. Likes
Commercial Law and to play drums. Active rn 55, 21, 85.
WILLIAM DALY. "Bi11"- General. Most worthwhile tlrnrq
learned in school was to study. Active rn 21, 47.
VICTORIA DANYCLIW. "Vicky" Flyer. Hobby on nrt. lxwrrrrml
how to appreciate study periods. Active in 88, 32, 40, 4.
HELEN DAWIEC. "Davy"-rf Bookkeeper. Weakness lor Ice
Cream. Likes to write to people. Active rn 38, 52, 42.
MILDRED DENWOOD. Fly to Enrrlancl. Enjoys prnq ponrr. Has
weakness for food. Hobby is scrap book. Active in 41, 712.
MILTON DINGA. "Tex"- -Own a ranch. I-las a weakntss for ice
cream. Hobby rs nrodel airplanes. Member of 63, 85.
MILAN DIVINA. "Div"--Naval Air Corps Pilot. Weakness lor
girls. Likes to model airplanes. Active in 14, 19.
LAVERNE DOERR. "Red"v Private secretary. Hobby collectrntr
pictures. Active on 41, 38, 40, 75.
JUNE CLASS OF 1943
SHIRLEY DERER. "Dear" As a rcsnlt of her doing secretarial work for Miss Clark,
she hopes to become a private secretary. Active rn 38 1500 pt. pin. letter and 3
cheverons, sect-treasi 46, chr, 4U, 82, 36, 85, 43, 84, 64. Medal for captain basketball.
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LA VERGNE DRSKA. "Lovie" - Is Working for a rwsition as private socretary.
Salntatrvrian ni Innc '43 class. Active in Rccicativc Gaines, 56, 46, 98, 33 tlottcl ani
3 cheveionsl, 16, Li-4.
JUNE CLASS CF 1943
CASMIR DOMINO. "11tnt1 lltnm' Allllvlllttll ln: tw lWUx'UIIlt' ti
mtxitvr. Ilis wr-akin-:::: iz, vlivrwlatv 1lldlICkIfi. PQI ycvvo is ti
PAUL DOROGA. lim: liwym: vi lwvuiiitlltt nn Otlirr' t'xDt.'i1tlvi'.
1.11-:Os sinqinri and slmm. Aftivr- in 10, 46, 11, 6, fl7.
CECELIA EIS. "Guozlnv" A iutinv WAAC. lla: X wwaknf-fn.
tor soil iiiuloiivlioly 1l1I1Slt', Activv in 38, 510.
LAVONNE EGGERS. "Laqooii" A piivatv scnit-tary. Hubby ir:
dfiriririq. Mrfinlum' uf 77, 33, 58, 84, 89, 35, 36, Eltl.
ISABELLE ELINITZ. "1:::ay" Rosy tlio Flivotm, Likvs tyynnq,
danuinq and tobugtmiiiii-1. Moinlwi ut 38, 4.
EMILY FRGULEC. lntvrosts liv in intliimlirxiii. Likus sinfnnri
and reading. Active in 89, 57, 43, 83, 2, 64, 10, 25.
EUGENE EIRTIK. "Bud" Vtfwuld 111-so to wmk in fin otlico. Hts
weakness is iuucl and lvlniid-wa. Ltktrs iontliall .init vtwnnnurcial
IOHN FIRTIK. "limlrly" l'lvt'v1: tw tw' an wnttvzu-wt. lik-'S tw
model qas envrniics and the subiocl of inatli. Mcinbcr of 46, 65.
ESTHER FISCHER. "l'i:sliitA" Tu be happy is her ambition. Has
a weakness for sailors. Autrve in 43, 35, 46, BS, 38, 75.
CHESTER FLASZA. Nu intmiuation.
EDWARD FRANCETTIC. HIv1'f'lll'llYH Wants tw lu' fi Naval Pilot.
Has a special weakness tor tall blondvs. Mvmbm wt 75.
DOLORES FREDERICK. "Fritz"f T110 WAALTG lor lim, l..l1E5llkL'1i
Women wlio wraar alaska. Mmnbm ul 07, 41, 46, 42.
ARLENE EREEBURG. "SkeQts" Futuic teacher. Ltkcs inullci
skalinq and playing tlic piano. Mmnboi of 81, 41, -1U, 33, 33.
RUTH FUKA. "PiClq0" Fllllllif' Brass Earhart. Likwzs black lmii
and brown eyes. Activa 111 38, 85, 12.
DONALD GEIGERt "Shorty" Would like to ily with tliu navy.
Likes wrcstlmq and dancing. Member ot 84, 31.
BERNICE GENCEL. "Blondie"--The comptometcr intmosts hvr.
Likes broiled steak. Member of 38, 21, 40, 77, 351.
EVELYN GINDRIG. "Evo" -A future secretary. Likvs ay-plz: pin:
with icc Crvam, Member of 38, 82, 42.
MARYANN GIZEWSKI. "Mal" Piivt-itz: svcivtniy ir: lmr alnlvi-
tion. Has weakness for Gcoiqc Mont-yoincry. Artivo in 38, B11
IEROME GOLDSTEIN. "Gt1lvby"- -Naval Air Corps man. Klullncts
sports pictures. Member of 85, 61, 6.
CHESTER GORACZNIAK. "GornCy"f His ambition is "to kill ii
few million laps." Likes rod licads. Member of 96, 55.
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EDWIN GORGA. "1'111u" Wc,111lc'1 11110 111 1161-1111111 an dVtd111Jll
1.1r1r1t 1.114115 :1kat11111 and 1141w1111q. Acttvr? in 211, 61, 47, 9, 5,
INA LEE GREENMAN. "1.rw"' Wfwnld 111:11 t-1 bo a stonoqralulmx
W1-a1c11-11:11 1111 zztvak Morzt w111t11w11111- 111IIl'1 1L'dI'1'19C'I at 51111001
wf1:: :1t111111. Avttvv 111 311, 411, 43, 117, 510.
STEPHEN GRGULA. "F111:s:si-111" 1.111611 1116 and 1111114 Wants to
111' .1 1111a1111.11'1::t 111 c1f.w1't111 111141115 1111ok:: and 11a111-I-11. Acnve 111
IOYCE HAGEN. "lay" S11'11'ta1y 1101' wvaknvss 1:2 a 11dl1f'1'
13111110 1111111110 11.111-:z 1111111111 r'1111:1: vatwn 111 t11P theatm. Acnvo
111 113, 711, 33, 47.
EDWARD HALINSKI. "Hal" AItt111114Jl1 to fyvt :mod 10115 Weak-
111-::1v 1111 pwgutlal' I'lll1filt'. Avtuvv 111 tl, 87, 15, 88, 74.
ELAINE HALLIS. "Fl" A11111it1o11 tru 1:0 an ofhce wmker -
W1-.1k11v:41: 101' 111111 Kf1llL'1CI.'I1 Hublvy w11t111q lottors. Acnve 111
'17, 54, 70, 38, HIT, 50.
PEARL HAVLIK. "171111" H01 1101 pvvvv 1:1 1-1abby toauhcrs -
1211111311: sC1r111vc. Avnvr- in 3 l1.r1ttt1l, 68 L3 pmsl, 38, 33.
DENNIS HEINA. "Dr-11" 1111111111011 tra 1111 a 1aWyC-r Wf'akr1r's:s
1111 .1101-.SM 111' 11. ar:t1V0 111 111, 84, Flu, 46, 1, 29, 9, 51, 12 .
ELEANOR HEINA. "Til" W11n1r1 likv tu lwrwnnm .1 gqtrgnmqraphgr
1101 1101111y 1:2 1'11110f:t111q p11:t111f'::, Avtlvff in 67, 38, 12, 46,
83, fvff, 82.
FRANK HERVERT. 1113 gmt prwvv 1:2 t11a1'11ra1fs Would 11krr to
110 an l'IlfllIll'l'I 1ll011rlw:. f11v 11113 wwaknofss. Irs a1't1vcv 111 15.
IOAN HINDS. "B1f1nd1e"'--Catty praoplo arv 11f'I' 1-Pt peffvos
L1kQs outdoor Sports fW0ak11ess 1:3 fond. Actwf' 111 38, 33.
RICHARD HITZEMAN. "Pwor'l1y" Wo111r1 111:11 tfw 111- 1n t11rv Army
An' Corps H0 loves schrwol. Actlvr- 111 6, 9, 99, 76.
MARION HLOUSEK. Ambihon 15 tm wmk a f'1111111tfw1111'tP1' Weak-
ness: 1:4 a qoml bowl of soap. Avtwv 111 67, 40, 111.
VIVIAN HOLOUBEK. VIVIVH' Nuzsr' Hatvs Mrmrlay 11101n1!1qs
L1kf1s oannq and swimmxnq. S110 1:2 act1v0 111 38, 43, 21, 85, 12.
MARY ANN HOSEK. "1'1ers11f'y". A111b1t1r111 11: to 13061111113 a
nurse Her weakness IS tor 1'111Ckc'n 1110. AKIIIVYN 111 38, H, 46,
EVELYN HOSTICKA. "Has" StO11r1f1ra1111e11' Wm1k11v::1: ia: 51111111-
rnental so11f1s S110 1s avnve 111 59, 77, 3, 65, 43, 46, H11, BQ.
EARL HOWARD. ,lGO!3U'1ffWOtl1d 111m to he a d1att::111an
Weaknfnss 15 for Clfncke-n. Active 111 S, 34, 6, 51.
ANNA HRITZ. Wants tw be a 11m1svw1t0 1.1kr-1: 11111111 1:kf1t111v1
and da11C111'1 Weaknfass 111 101' IIICU c'10t110:1. S110 11: ac't1v0 111
38, 511, 7U, 21, 67, 42,
MAXINE IDE. "Max" Wants: to hr' a WAAK' l1f1tr-1: 111-1151111
w111'1 IWIEICI about t11c'1111sf'1v0:: Lcvfas Spfwttzi. S1111 1:1 avtlvr- in
43 tPr0::. Tmas, and Lcttml, 67 lS0r't.J, 21, 38, 46, 851, 351, 54,
ROSALIE IVANEC. "Ivy"--lj1ot11i1111 tr1atf11111 1'--t pm-vv 11: tw
bo Called "Ros10." Acfnvo 111 38, 46, QU.
JUNE CLASS CF 1943
BETTY FIALA. "N101f1dy" Would 11141: 10 nmdol and fly a plann Va1r'd1FtOr1ar1 of
1111111 '43 f'1f1::::, l7r1111'f't A11'l'I1F16II1Lf0. Lcattcnk 111 Skdllllll F11111. 1Vlr'1111w1 wt 1-1, 39 flfxttml,
43 111-111111, 83, 88, 72, 64.
Pugv Om' Ilundrvd Six
t KIEL '2 l
CHARLES KOLAR. "Chuck"-Mechanical Engineer. Active in 13 U3 medals-4 solo
contestsl 68 tletterl 46, 82, 84, 16, 64.
JUNE CLASS OF 1943
GEORGIANNE IANACEK. "G0ott1v' Vxlaiitra to be ti vvelder oi
riveter. Likes football and basketball. Active in 38, 40, 67.
IERRY IANECEK. "GOOGZlG"'-W5HlS to become a musician.
Likes baseball and football. Member of 75.
JOSEPH IARES. "lee"-Draftsman. Pet peeve are qiils wlie
walk down the halls holding hands. Active in 51, 75, 5, 94,
EDWARD IASELSKI. "Butch" Pitclior. Pet pceves are people
wlie use big words. Active in ll, 15.
EVELYN IAWORSKI. "Lynn",-Secretary. Dislikes conceited
people. Active in 22.
ALBERT IENIK. "Al"-Tool and die maker or a musician. Dis-
likes conceited people. Active in 31, 68, 84.
STELLA IES. "Stel"--Ambition is to fly. Collector of airplane
pictures tor scrapbooks. Active in 42.
HELEN IIREC. "Lamie"-e Her ambition is to become a music
teacher. Active in 59, 66, 85C, 85A, 58, 42.
IEANETTE IOPA. "Yunk"- Collects souvenirs. Likes bowlmq
ancii dancinq. Active in 38. tLetter, 3 chevronsl, 3 lield ball
me a s.
FENTON IONES. "Fen"-To become a qood public speaker.
Dislikes conceitecl people. Active in 40, 19.
VERNON KAISER. "Kay" Drattsman. Weakncszs is ice Clvdlil.
Active in 46. Pet peevc-ff"'l'he know it all type."
BEATRICE KAMBA. "Sandy"- Warits to follow some line of
art. Vtfeakness for ice cream. Active in 38, 8, 21, 84, 73.
GLORIA KARTCH. "Glo"-W Wants to be a nurse. Hates girls
who talk too much. Member of 67, 32, 35.
FRANCES KASE. "Frankle"" Wants to be a bookkeeper. Loves
to talk and dislikes jazz bow ties. Awards in G.A.A.- 500 Pt.
pin, G.A.A. Letter. Active in 46, 82, 38, 50.
GEORGE KASPAR. "Kap"--Wants to become an aviation IHC-
chanic. Active in 65, 73.
GEORGIANNA KASPAREK "le" Wants to be a model. Dislikes:
jealous people. Awards in Orchestra. Activities: 66, 38, 88,
83, 46, 84, 68, 16.
CASIMIR KASPERSKI. "Kaz"- Hopes to become a millionaire.
Hobbies are sports, like Volley Ball, Basket Ball, and Baseball.
Active in 74.
ARTHUR KIEL. "Art"--Hopes to become a printer. Active in
74 and has an award lor Intramural Champs.
WILLIAM KILTS. "Kiltz"-Hopes to become a draltsman and
he has rio pet peeve. Active in 74.
EDWARD KIRAL. "Ed"-'Wants a job that has a future in it.
Received awards lor making airplanes and a cadet award.
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GEORGIANA KOBERNA "liz" Teaclrrn is her ambition, She
RICHARD KLETT. HkfIl1tClI""'VVdII1S to be a chemical enqineer.
Favorite sport is swrmmrnq and basketball. Member ot 72.
IUNE KLOUSER. "lime Apples" --Hories to be a nurse. "That's
tourrlr," she says. Member oi 38, 89, 36, 16. First place award
in volleyball and basketball.
enjoys music and horseback
Drum Marorvttos awards.
WILLIAM KOBES. "Bill" Man
rnodrils. Active rn 65.
SYLVIA KOCIC. "Sillic"'-Alter
took fr likrnfr to bookkeerirnfr
rn Bb, 88, 45, 38, 43, 21, 25.
THOMAS KODADEK. "T. K."
rrnv Corps. Collects stanrris.
GLORIA KOKAISL. To be a
Weakness Food anri .tlrincrs
rrdrnq. Member ot 43, 84, 90,
ot leisure, ernoys constructing
takinfr a roninieicial course, she
llnroys collecting sonqs. Active
Future Top Sergeant in the Ma-
Meniber of 15, 76.
ood secretary. Hobby cooking.
ie cari't have. Active in 88, 36,
FRANCES KORANEK. "Franchisco"4Studrcd hard in Stone.
Collects souvenirs and likes traveling. Member ot 56, 40, 88,
36, 38 C500 point pin, 3 chevrons and letterl, 46, 43, 82, 85, 33.
IEROME KOUDELIK. "Ierr"-To be a policeman. Builds model
airplanes. Member ot 21, 63, 20, 99.
GEORGE KOUTSKY. "Kouts"-Hopes to be a rirrntcir. Member
oi 58, 88, 46, 3 tMedalsl, 99.
RICHARD KOVARIK. "Skrn"- fWants to be an eritririeei, llrshkvs
teachers who qrve homework on Friday. Member of 87, 72.
ALICE KRAFKA. Ambition-a Doctor or Nurse career. linroyr:
silence in school. Member of 88, 59, 68 lMedalsl, 38, 73.
FRANK KRAL. "Kocour"-Plans to be an air eondrtronrn-r writti-
neer. Likes shows. Member of 8, 24, SSB, 34 12 Awardsl, 97
HELENE KRATOCHVIL. Future stonoqrapher. Has a mean turn-
per. Active in 38, 72.
tm, 8.'., .Kb 1.100 point rirnl, 31.
LOUIS KOLARIK. "Rod" Future teacher Collects souvenirs,
lfnl-'yzs lmzwluall and howling. Member' of 82, 12, 19.
ROBERT KOLIN. "Polity" Wants to be an advertiser. Favorite
1-rwrts, swrrrrrrrrnq and bowling.
ROBERT KORAN. "Coke Technical Course. His aim is Ma-
vhiriu irunrrvr in Army or Marines. Member of 27, 95.
BLANCHE KREICA. Commercial course. Collects
Member of 38 Iletter and chevronsl, 46, 79, 85, 59, 31, Treasurer
ot June '43 class.
BERNARD KREISBERG. "Kris", -To be
Radio Continuity Writer. Hobbies Son
AGNES KRUPKA. "Texas"- fVrolinist
lonq cars. Active in 88, 68 C3 Medalsl,
JUNE CLASS OF 1943
LUCILLE KONECY. "Lucy" Future Dancer. Has hkrn-1 lor Spanish. Member ol 88,
43 tletterl, 38 trirn and letterl, 4, 46, 82, 64. President oi the Spanish vlub.
I 155 One Ilundrcd Eigbi
in lA IU. S. Armyj or
fr wrrtrncy and clrarriatrcs.
Weakness Doqs with
38, 73, modal in volley-
EUGENE LIKAS. "Gene" Sport pane editor ol Scroll. Member of 2, 46, 63, 83, 82, 1,
9, 5, lEl, 42. Civic cheveron and letter. Quill and Scroll Award. Hase.i.a.l ltuti.
llivisieu eiiicer. Intramural Games tl. clieveronsl.
JUNE CLASS OF 1943
teacher learned te be
IOHN KRYL. "Irish"---This future tiym
sociable. Member of 10, 57, 34, tI.etter1, 517 tl.etter and Medall,
li tlfriibleiiil, 75.
do not use their sense
WILLIAM KUBES. Dislikes people who
:lug hiuinor. Enjoyed science and llnqlish. Active in 46, 8513,
DOLORES KUBIC. "Lorrie" Enitiys cltiiicinti and roller skat-
inq. Has weakness tor chocolate sodas. Active in 79, ill, 38,
sir, 70, tr.-tier-J.
MARY KUCERA. "Mana"- Hopes to be
Collects horse miniatures. Member of
a switchboard operator.
4, 38, 88, 46. Fieldball
WALTER LACH. "Lack"- -Wants to lead a soft and easy life.
"You den't say!" is his favorite expression. Active in 14, 88,
40, 46, 5 tlsetterl.
IOSEPH LACHKY. "lee"--Would like to become a musician.
His hobby is photography. Active in 3, 68, 84.
GEORGE' LAMBERSKY. "Lambie"- To play in a dance band is
his ambition. Learned ce-operation at school. Member of 3
LYLE LAPOINT. Will he an executive. Weakness is lendinq
money. Member ot 121, 32, 34 t1.etter1, 3 tLetter1, 90.
ALBERT LEHECKA. "Kelly Brown" Would like to become a
Diesel engineer. Member of 21.
KENNETH LEINDECKER. "Ken"-Locomotive enqineer. Does
medial railreadinq in his spare time. Member of 88, 95, 26,
GLADYS LENC. Future Coniptometer operator. Collects im'-
tures ot her favorite actresses' and actors. Active in 412, 151, 411.
CHAHLFFTE LESIK. "Chucky" Hopes te lxe a nurse. "Wilma
knows? I don't," she says. Active in RH, 88, ttiib, 517, 411, 115,
IULIUS LEVINE. "Irish" 'Wishes to help humanity. l1i:slil-:I-:z his
name mispronounced. Active in 3 tMee1a1J, fwfr.
ICE LISAK. Wants to be a qunner in a bomber. llnitwyf: teet-
ball and hockey. Active in 27.
ALICE LOHRENTZ. "Bibs"--A qood stenotirapher. "Wouldn't
that frost you?" so she says. Active in fill, '77, 38, 88, 43,
855, 46, 82, 9U.
IACQUELINE LONG. "Iackie"- -A counter-spy is her anilsititin.
Collects lipstick autoqiaphs. Active in 21, 24, 46, 3, 821, 4.
ANNA LULICH. "Annie"ffFuture nurse who has a weakxiess
for white uniforms. She is active in 39, 5141, 512, 47, 121.
VBA LUPAC. "Ver"--Her ambition is to fret ti t'ivil H1-i-vice
job. She is active in 43 fLetterl, 46, 82.
EDWIN MALINOWSKI. "Trir1qei" 'Wants to lin a football
player. Active in 15. 33.
HOSEMARIE MALMBOHG. "Ros"- Wants to become a secretary.
Dislikes people who chew their nails. Active in 11, 41, 21, 510.
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DOLORES MANGUS. "Mar111if"' Wants to hvcntiifa oflirfv Cleik.
W1-11k11s-sf: l'111 rl r'l11m'k1111. M4a111l3111 wt 33, 85, 33.
GLORIA MANSFIELD. "Glo" Toaclier of physical education.
Hcilvhy 1:5 1-la1y1n11 p1a11o. M1--nibcli' oi 38 1LPtte1'J, 43 U..Qtterl, 19.
GEORGE MARSH. "Swa11111y" -Navy Aviator. His favorite ex-
11'vss1r111 "Ht A111h1t1n11s." ltislilcnfz t111'l:1 who st1a111l1te111 than
:1tt11'ki1111:1 111 s'l11f:::. Mwtttlim OI 74.
CHARLES MARTYKAN. "Q7l1111'k" Navy Pilot. l'latPs selfish
11-wiflv l'f1v1n1t11 ::11l1jn'c't 11: rl1w1111::t1y, Mebiiiben' Of fi, 34, 73.
FRANCES MASELKO. "l'1'.111" Ftivoiitp suhjoct Gr-nvral Sciencfe.
VV--.ulziiuxas t'l11i1-11l.1t1- lm- Cis-ani. Mmiihrii' of 67, 38.
GLORIA MASELKO. "Mila" Wants: to he a clmical workvi' and
ty111::t, W-1f1l:11--1.1: 1-t1t1n:1 rswwits. l.ik1-1:3 to mud iiovpls. MQIIIIDQI'
.it 117, 38.
RAY MAURER. "l'.111111-1" Wants: tn lin in wayutalifst. Ftivutitei
srulijn-f't 1:1 Al4lWl3Ict, IVIUIIIIJPI of 651, 46, li, 34, lil.
IOHN MCCARTHY. "Mac" Wants to bv a boxm. Favorite sub-
1'1f't 1:: Hifztoly. W1-akneszs suqai. Mvriibvr ol 51, G, 34, 10.
DOROTHY MCDANIEL. "IJ11trl1" Wants to bn a satmioqiiaplipr.
W1-aklivss clntlieis. Likvs to 4-ullelrt peitiiiiisvs. Mflinbwr of 38, 9.
RUTH MCDOWELI.. "Flnnt:s" Wants to lui w1tl1 tho Ballot Russta.
ll.1:: .1 wi-tiktivfzs tot :'l1r'1c'1il.1tw and t'laf:s1:'nl inusic. M1-fnibeir
Ht LY, ill, 812, 73.
EVELYN MEISNER. Hf,:lll1"lYH Wants to lava Q dancor. Favoiitv
i111l11't'vt Dlvfifi l'111i-111111i1. Mwnitif-1 uf 33, Sit, 41, 46, fit. WQ11
IANET MELICHAR. "Ian"- Wants to be a 1wl1y:11c'al education
IPGCIIHIQ l'avo11tzf sulni-ict Math. Weakiivssvfs me pink, duxnpl-
inqs, and saiiaikmut. Menibei ot 36, 38, 46, 28, 219, 89, 82.
MILDRED MELKUS. "Mil" -Wants to eaxn money and not IIIOIP
education. Weakness for mon in blue. Member of 38, 46, 43
Ilsetterl, 21, 96, 4.
HENRY MEYER. "Hank" Wants to Catch for the Nvw York
Yankees. Wmikiiwzwa qnncl food. Favoiite subject Law. Meni-
lnui' nt 11, Li, 31. Flat: thi.-111 lvttpis in Bnsvball,
WALTER MEYER. "Wally" Wants to ho L1 dtattsrnan. Weak
ness is strawheny pin. Most worthwhilo thinq leained is:
"Think before you act." Mvnibwr of upem.
ANNA MICHKA. "Ann" Wants to bv an Ordnance IIISIYFCQOY.
Favuiito suhjvvt n1t1tl1t-111at14's, W-nilciiess IS tu :xml what 111t1kv:1
thinqs iun. MQWIIIIJPI' of QU, 99,
IOHN' MIKLIAN. "M1vk" W.111t:: tn ha a tool and div 111-iknx.
We-aknwss a cuittiin gimtty 1111l. Favoiitv subyf-ct is 'l'11q. M9111-
hor of 68 tlfttelil, 33.
HELEN MILLER. "B11hal:" Wants tn lm an artross. Favoritn
subivct Ellfllifill. V!-mlciuwfzfz 'mini inusic, Me-111b-1-11 ut 38, 83,
89, 82, 24, 10.
ROBERT MILLER. "B1onr'r1" Wants to bf- a tool and div 111t1kv1'.
Wvakness is blo11d+1s. Hnhlzy :wnvinq stanipzr twin tint-11111
Countrios. Active 111 15, 27, and 74.
EDWARD MINARIK. "Manny" Wants to bw a 111lnt. WF-akiif-sr:
is Cliivkfpn and potato salad. Htilwhy li::t1-111nt1 tri thu mdni,
Mijlllllklli nt fll, lU tlnltfivitixil, 90.
JUNE CLASS OF 1943
JOHN LONK. "Iohnny" Future- Science Tearlier, Clase: President of Iune '43 c.l:1ss.
lVlE'IItlD6'1 of 84, 46, 63 lolt1ce1J, 86, 3, 41 Cotticcail, 99, 64. Ho iwcfeivod civic lettm:
Pvge Om' IIIHILJITLI Ten
NORMAN NOVAK. "Phinney" To retire at an early ogre is his ambition. Active
in 3 lletter and medalsl, 88 tPrefs.l, 82, 88, 93, 8511 lca1rt.l, 751 tn'hr.l, 9 Sotrtltwecst
section bowlrnq, first place. Civic letter.
JUNE CLASS OF 1943
FAYE MINCER. "Faz1qie"--Office worker. Hobby is buyincr
War Bonds and stamps. Member of 21, 38, 85, 72.
SHIRLEY MOORE. "Irish" Would like to teach Llvm, and join
the WAVES. Member of 67, 54, 38, 43 tLetterl, 35, 46, 85, 20
tChnr.l, 19 tChm.J.
WILLIAM MOTTL. "Meato"- Future Mr. Fox, he hopes to qc
to colleqe. Member of 21, 34 t2 Letters, and Captj, 93, 75, 1.
GLENN MROCH. 'Glenny"--Wants to be another Rockefeller.
Member of 21, 3 lLetter'l, 58, 12.
LILLIAN MULACEK. "1.ily"fAAn office worker who likes to
cook. Member of 91, 70, 67, 38, 33.
ARTHUR MUSIL. "Art" Hopes to retire after qood hard work.
lnterests are aeronautics and fishrnq. Member of 74, letter for
DOROTHY MUSIL. "Pinky" lnterests sway toward dress fle-
siqninq and interior decoratinq. Member of 13, 38, 18,
EVELYN NANDICO. "Evie" Office clerk. loves tried chicken.
Calls cts picture post Cards. Member of 41, 38.
LAVERNE NAROVEC. "l.ovey"nhas hopes of becominq C1 nurse.
Collects airplane pictures. Member of 21, 38, 88, 85, 50.
CLARENCE NELSON. "Nels"-ffl'lis interests are in the field of
aviation. Weakness is new clothes. Member of 50.
HARRIETTE NEHUDA. 'l'lndy" Future dress desiqner. llrrjoys
symphonic music and Cltaracteroloqy. Member of 78, 38.
ANNETTE NIEMANN. Accountant is her ambition, Her weak-
ness is olives. Member of 38, 40, 13 l1.etterJ, 46, 85, 16.
ELEANORE NOVAK. "El"-f-Would like to be a teacher. Hobby
is keepinq a memory book. Member of 21, 38, 88, 77, won
medals in intramural qames.
IUNE NOVAK. "Timer" This receotionrst has a special week-
noss. Loves to collect combs and proqranis. Member ot 38,
MARCELLA NOWICKI. "Marcy"'--Future stenoqrarrlrer, and can-
did canrera trend, Member of 38, 21, 811, 12.
GLORIA ONDERKA. "Glo-bint" Fntuve Iktnah Shore. Vtltttes
letters as a hobby. Member of 38 C500 pt. Irinl, ill, Ell, 83,
12, 43 tPin and Letterj.
ALICE OSLICK. "Shorty" An office worker who likes music
-not swing. Active in 3, 59, 38, 33 tC1rr.l.
CLARENCE PACIORKA. "Titty" Army doctor. Vice-president
of lune '43 Class. Member' of 61, 46, 1, 858 tCatrt,l, 42, football
and wrestling letters.
Al-BEFTA PAIA "l'llrrprty lrlu-1.1" Future Babe Ruth. Active in "1
HELEN PANEK. "Pee Wee"f Nursinq is her career. She's
crazy about popcorn and fudge. Member of 38, 63, 12.
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MARY PASTERNAK. "Tiny"-Future housewife. Has a weak-
ness for men. Hobbys roller skatinfr. Member of 38.
IOHN PASTEWSKI. "Pesty"- -Wants to be a marine, Weakness
for qrrls. Favorite subject Shop. Hobbies, airplane, builder,
stamp and corn rollecttort. Member ot 5, 34, 9, 41, 26, 95.
MILDRED PAVLOVIC. "Dutchess" Wants to be a riveter,
lavrrrrte :ruins-ct typrnir. Weakness, steak and French tries.
Member of 21, 38, 4.
MARION PAUST. "Parstre" Hopes to be a radio srnqer.
Collects ancient music. Member of 43, 85b, 75, 88, 59.
DORIS PECA. "Dode"---Wants to be a stenoqrapher. Certain
nveaknesfz tor blondes. Favorite subject music. Hobby
wrrtrnq to servicemen. Member of 18, 21, 85, 38, 90.
VIOLEI' PERNECKI. "Vi" Wants to be a switchboard oper-
ator. Favorite subject- German. Weakness fnien. Hobby
letter wrrtintr. Member of 38 tlaetter' and Two Chevronsj, 33,
EDWIN PETERS. "Fd" Wants to be a pilot in the U. S. Air-
torrae. Weakness shows. Favorite subject Chemistry. Pet
P+-eve tnrls who wear flannel shirts outside ot their slacks.
Nlerriber' ot 63.
GEORGE PETERS. "Pete" Wants to be an Aeronautical Fnrr-
im-!-r'. Weakness toorl, Favorite subiectf Math. Member of
DAGMAR PETERSON. "thier" Wants to be a Hrqh School Entr-
lrslr Teacher. Weakness a stood book. Hobbiesfphilately
and wood Carvrnq. Me-rnbm ot '77, 46, 38 tLetter and Four
THOMAS PITRE. "Pee Wee" Wants to be a Electrical Fnfr-
inf-er. Weakness mood music, not jazz. Pet Peeve -a
spotter for bowlrntr. Member of 05, 8, 31.
DOLORES OTTO. "C'Tookie" - Would like
63 fsectl, 41, 43, 10 tsectl, 50, 77, 82, 64.
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DOLORES PITLIK. "Pit1ik"---Wants to be an Office Worker.
Favorite subject--typinq. Weakness---dancing and eatmq
Member of 3 t Four Medalsj, 21, 67.
MARY PLUTH. "Baby"-fWants to be an Fntertainer. Favorite
subject--Aclerrcal practice. Weakness -qood dancers. Member
Oi 38, 21, 82.
HENRY PODHRADSKY. "Hank"- Wants to be a permanent
member of armed forces. Weakness strawberry srrndam:
Hobby--stamps. Member of 63, 85, 90.
LOUIS PRACHAR. "Lou" -Wants to be an Aviator. Weak-
nessiblondes. Favorite subject history. Most worth white
thinq learned at school is pre-tlrqht. Member of Ill, 84, 10
DOROTHY PREMINGER. "Dot"- -Wants to be a Nurse, Weak
ness--broiled steak and French tries. Hobbies pliotorrrariliy
and collectinq pictures. Member of 21, 39, 40, 85, 77, 32, itll.
BLANCHE PRIBYL. "Babe" Course taken, Home Arts. Weak-
ness--tall, dark, handsome men. Hobby hurnorous: prctur--::
of animals. Member of 38, 752.
IERRY PRIBYL. "Boom-Boorn'9 -Wants to be an Orchestra Fon-
ductor. Weakness cute Girls, Hobby music. Member ul
7, B, 3 tLetterl 68 tLvttt-rl 34, 20.
GLADYS PRUSA. Wants to be a rrood Housewife, Weakness
that Certain someone. Favorite expression "practice what you
preach." Member of 38 tLetterl 43 tl.etteiJ 21, 66, IZ7.
PETER PRUSINSKI. "Pete" Wants to join the Marines. Weak-
iugssrgcandy and some rrirls. Hobby readin-1. Member ot
GERALD RADTKE. "lerry" Wants to own a resort. Favorite
subject-f-wood short. Hobby -radio. Member at 95, 31.
to be an arflieolofrist. Mernber :rt RR, 40,
RUTH PRCHAI.. "Ruthie"- Future secretary. Enjoys horseback riding. Active in
43 lletter, secretaryl, 46, 82, 38, 2, 51 C3 medalsl, 21, 64. Secretary of Iune 1943 class,
Quill and Scroll Award.
JUNE CLASS OF 1943
LEONARD HANCICH. "Lymn"-Wants to be a Transport Pilot
Weakness-convertible Buick. Favorite subject-physics. Mem-
ber oi 21, 46.
BETTY RATKOWIC. "Bet"-Wants to be an Air Stewardess.
Weakness--chocolate candy. Hobbies--piano accordian, tap
dancing and singing. Member of 38, 33.
ELEANORT RENDE. "Ely"AWants to work in a defense plant.
Weakness-dumplings and sourkraut. Collects souveniers.
Member of 41, 38, 16.
LOIS RBNNOCK. "Blondie" - Wants to work satisfactorily.
Weakness-singing, roller skating. 1-lobbies-piano, collecting
pennants. Member of 96, 38, 43 tLetterJ 50.
LAVERNE HICHTHR. "Love"-Wants to be court stenographer.
Weakness-football players, Hobbies-skating and sketching.
Member of 82, 38, 85, 75.
ELAINE RIEGER. "E"--Wants to travel to California. Weak-
ness--Tommy Dorsey. 1-lobbies-skating and collecting photo-
graphs. Member of 21, 38.
HOSEMARIE RINGL. "Rosie"iWants to travel to California.
Weakness-hamburgers. Hobbies--roller skating, dancing.
Member of 38, 96, 15, 85, 90.
HELEN HOBAK. Wants to be a dancer. Weakness-roller skat-
ing and dancing. Member of 38, 21, 77, 16.
MARILYN ROESKE. "Mutt"-Wants to teach. Weakness-
Creamed carrots. Hobbies-roller skating and dancing. Mem-
ber ot 35, 77, 73, 19.
ALBERT ROSE. "Bucho"-Wants to be a U. S. Marine. Weak-
ness-Dotte. Hobbiesistamp collecting and dancing. Member
of 29, 82, 44 lLetterJ, 47 lLetterJ, 10 tLetterl, 74.
RONALD ROSENGAHDEN.-Wants to be a doctor. 'Neaknesse
food. 1-lobby-playing instrument. Favorite subject-chemis
try. Member of 21, 3 fLetterJ, 68, 59.
FRANK ROTH. "Roach"-Favorite subject--woodshop. Pet
Peeve-little kids who yell in the movies. Hobbies-ice skat-
ing and swimming. Member of 76, 34, 47, 50.
DOLORES RUDMAN. "Del"-Wants to a Dancing Instructress.
Favorite subiectvclerical practice. Member ot 88, 84, 46, 89,
38, 85, 21, 75, Civic Letter and Chevron.
VLASTA RUTH. "Scotty"-Wants to travel around the world.
Weakness-chocolate ice cream sundaes. I-lobbies-collecting
souveniers and dancing. Member of 38, 21, 83, 90.
IEANNE HUZEK. "Ieanie"-Wants to be a Private Secretary.
Weakness---soft, sweet music. Pet Peeveihomework that lasts
till all hours of the nights. Member of 66, 82, 38, 83, 43
CECILIA SAMOCKI. "Cel"-Wants to be a Bookkeeper. Weak-
ness-apple slices. Enjoys good music both popular and
classical. Hobbies-movies, reading. Member of 67, 38, 31.
GENEVIEVE SAMOCKI. "Gen"-Wants to be a secretary. Fav-
orite subject-fclerical practice, Hobby--collecting programs
of different places I go. Member of 21.
DOROTHY SANN. "Dot"-Stewardness. Weakness-for good
popular music. Hobby-making clothes. Member of 47 tLetterl,
88, 38 t1.etter and Chevronl, 85, 12.
RICHARD SASEK. "Dick"-Wants to be a draftsman and has
a weakness for blondes. Hobby is building boats. Likes
mechanical drawing. Member of 10.
DOROTHY SCHUL11. "Der"-Wants to be an office worker
and has a weakness for Dick Iurgens. Her hobby is collecting
pins. Member of 41, 38.
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ROBERT SCHULTZ. "Bob"- Wants to det in the Air Corps.
Weakness- -fried chicken. Hobbies-camping and dancing.
Member of 10, 95, 80, 85, 99, 19.
ERMINIA SCIACCA. "Ermie"---Wants to be a bioloqy teacher.
Weakness- -blue eyes. Hobbies -collecting stamps and sinqinq.
Member of 66, 21, 43 Nice presj 99, 25.
EMILY SEDLACEK. "Emie"- -Future orchestra leader. Weakness
ice cream. Pet Peeve slacks with fur coat. Active in 38,
46, 823 tTreasurerl 42.
EDWARD SHAYOTOVICH. "Shay"-Wants to be a commercial
artist. Weakness milk shakes. Hobbyfdancinq. Member
FRED SHUTAK. "Fred" Airplane Mech. Favorite sport---toon
ball. His hobby model builder. Active in 8, ll, 35.
IENNIE SIMEK. "lean" Wants to be a war worker and a
housewife. Hobbies roller skating, reading. Member of 43,
38, 21, 4, 46,36
VIOLET SIMMONS. "Pee Wee" Nurse. Weakness movies
Hobby--collecting stamps. Active in 63 lSeC.J 38, 46, 89, 88,
WALTER SKIBICKI. "Skippy"--Tool and Die Maker. Likes
lemon cream pie. Hobby photography. Member oi 88, ll,
CHARLES SKOCH. "Scotch"---Wants to be an Artist. Weak-
ness- tood and quns. Hobbies modeling and drawing. Mem-
bor of lO, 50.
ADELINE SKOWRONEK. "Adie"- Ambition, Chemist. Weak-
ness sundaes Hobbies -sewinq and swimming. Member of
32. 13, 89, 38 tLetterl 72. 4.
DOROTHY SLADEK. "Dottie" Ambition, to become a war
worker. Hobby-makinq scrap book. Weakness sailors. Mem-
ber 38, 46, 12.
IOHN SLADEK. "Johnny" -Wants to avoid working. Weak-
ness-beautitul qirls and ice cream. Member of 76, 95.
ELEANOR SMITH. "Smitty"--Ambition, to be a sinqer with
an orchestra. Weaknessf"Pete." Pet Pe-eve People who
braq. Member of 38, 43 tLetter, Pres.l 46 CPres.1, 72, 91.
ANTHONY SOKOL. "Tony" Wants to see the South Sea Islands.
Weakness--sports. Hobbies---stamps and movies. Member ot
93 U..etterl, 6, 74.
HARRY SOWIL- -Arr:bit'cn to be a captain in the Navy. Wvak-
ness-coming to school early. Hobbies-tarminq, waterinq the
qrass. Member of 88, 76, 73.
BESSIE SPACEK. "Slacks" Wants to meet people. Weakness
-boogie-wooqre. Hobby-collecting snapshots. Member of
77, 38, 45, 4, 82.
LILLIAN SPACIL. "1ill" Wants to be a buyer. Weakness
fried chicken, olives. Pet Peeve--high heels and anklets.
Hobbies-collecting dog and baby pictures. Member ot 38,
RUDOLPH I. STAUBER. "Rnd"--Wants to be a trumpet player.
Weakness -"T" bone steak. Hobbies -fisliinfi, liuntinq, chess.
Member of 3, flsetterl 68.
STANLEY STAWARZ. "lim" Wants to be a pilot. Weakness
-fblondes. Hobby- following up sports events. Member ot
88, 44, 33, 97.
DOLORES STERNISHA. "Dolly"'-Wants to bc a nurse. Fav-
orite subject transcription. Hobbies--clancinq and reading.
Member ot 43 tLetterJ, 38, 82, 73.
JUNE CLASS OF 1943
GLORIA SLADEK. "Glory"fWould like to be a qood housewite. Member of 2
tMaq. Ed.l 38, 89, 86, 46, 82, 99, 13 fPres.l Letter Monogram 2 Field Ball Medalsj.
Quill and Scroll Award.
I :QL Um' ll1n1rfuJlfr11n'1ru1
IULIAN SVRCEK. Joe"-Would like to see a pair of Marine pilot wings pinned
cn his shirt. Member ot 10 tPres.l, 84, 89, 88, 16, 34, 29, 59, 47, swimming team
JUNE CLASS OF 1943
BENNIE STOLLER. "Ben"-Weakness-cherry pies. Pet Peeve
---people with eqoes decidedly inflated. Member of 3 tletter
and medalsl 81.
IOE STORCEI.. "Stormy"-Interested in airplanes and wants
to become a pilot. Pet Peeve-a person showinq off.
BESSIE STRACHOTA. "Bess"-Favorite hobby-saving snap-
shots. Member ot 38 tl Letter and 2 Chevronsl 56, 82.
ARTHUR SUCHOMEI.. "Such"-Wants to qc to college. Pet
Peove is people who break dates. Member ot 34 tLetterJ, 4l,
EDMUND SUBICZ. "Soub"-Wants to join the Navy. Weak-
ness -chicken soup. Hobby--building airplanes. Member of
10 tLetterl, 34, 97 t1.etterJ.
GEORGE SVANCARA. "Swan" Wants to get a nice job. Weak-
ness -tears. Hobbies -reading, roller skating, and dancing.
lvlvmber Of 5, 47, 42. '
MARY SVOBODA. "Svoboats"-Hopes to become a photo-
grapher. Likes dancing and ice skating. Member of 85a, b38,
MARGARET A. SWADE. "Mamie"---Wants to be a nurse.
Weakness-V steaks and French tries and a fellow who dresses
nice. Member ot 23, 6, 38, 85, 83, 91.
AUDREY TALMAN.-Wants to become a secretary. Her weak-
ncss is the song Brazil. She is an active member ot 38, 66,
LORRAINE TARABA. "Proxcide" Commercial inspired her to
be a sttinoqraplier. She also collects postcards. She is active
in 38, 26, 46, 82, 79, 85, 89, 19.
MARRION TEBBETS. "Teb"'fW1ll play or teach the cello.
Her weakness is chocolate sundae, She is active in 59, 82,
GEORGE TOMS. "Tommie" Drafting is his future. Doesn't like
girls who put on to much make-up. 1-le is active in boys'
chorus and received a letter.
ETHEI. TOMSCHIN. "Tommy"-Wants to be a secretary. Her
weakness is Italian Spacietti. She collects articles from dit-
terent states. Active in 41, 40, 46, 82, 38, 90.
VIRGINIA THAROG. "Virgins-Favorite subject is Latin. Pet
Peeve is long artiticial eyebrows. She is active in 88, 54,
66, 46, 38, 16.
EDWIN UHLARIK. "Sugar"-A future Naval Bornbadier. Hobby
is knitting. He is active in 21, 9, 10 lAwardl, 25, 74.
ANNE UMEK.-Likes to use office machines and wants to be
a secretary. Weakness is potato chips. She is active in 66,
38, 79, 12.
IA-NE VACEK. "Jinx"--Wants to be a singer. Weakness is
tor strawberry short cake. Favorite subject is music. Member
ot 59 13 Medalsl, 68 tPinJ, 43, 46, 82, 84.
RUDOLPH VASTLIK. "Rud"-Wants to go in the service. Plays
an accorclian. Active in ll, 21, 74.
SYLVIA VELEBA. "Sil"-fOnly wants happiness in her life.
Weakness for books and candy. Member ot 21, 15, 38, 82, 50.
ALICE VERINGER. "Al"--Wants to be a reporter. Weakness
for banana splits. Her hobby is collecting photographs. Mem-
ber of 88, 66, 38, 83 tEditorJ, 46, 82, 84, 31.
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PHIL VESSELS. Wants: tu be a Clwnnral vrmlnovr. PQ! Pevve
xg: vxfuwdzt. l,11:v-:s lv draw. Actlvltlr-vs, 2, QU.
EMIL VICIK. Tonk Gvnexal Course and wants to be a plmoto-
-uaplwr. Hts wr-txkrlrxss ls: szpurls. lVlPllllJOl' of 63, 87, 3513.
MILD VLCEK. "M1" Hrs: Tvrglmical Course spurs lnxn to 1111
.an lfrxfqlxwmy W'walf:ne-ss is rnfxnoy and Candy. AkIllVl1lQ17, 111,
ll, 1-il, tll, 87, lltm, 4.
LILLIAN VLK. "l.1ll" Favorite :subject IS shorthand. Wants
4U S1 71 4
to lw A WAAC or WAVE. Atftxvmes, 38, ,
VIVIAN VONDRASEK. "V1V"f Llkps art
wants tu lv n
1:13-fwril 5--wrwtaxy. lim wuakness 15 strawberry sllurt cake, Mom-
lwr ul 1.1, 40, fltl, 8.1, SU,
IARMILA VOSICKY. Hldlllln- Wants to be a WAAC. Lllcos tw
wash cluzlmzz llfllll Actlvltlcs, 35, 43, 38, 82, 33.
AGNES VOSTATEK. "Suzin" Favorito subjmct is funds, Wants
4 38 66 90
tn lw an Otllwh wurkm. Af'llVlll9S, , ' , ,
FLORENCE VUKOVICH. Upklkllxn Art Course. Wants to ho
tx dross dosiqrwr. Actlvltws, Ill, 38, 43, 811, 46, 82, 85, 7'3, Rod
Cross Nurse Traunntr L:E?IlIflCdl0.
CLAHENCE WAIBEL- No information.
GEOHGEITE WEISS. FdVO!'ll4? sllhwvt ls r:1v1Cs. Allll3lllOIl tw
lw A journallst. 1A7C!6l'Cl'l0iSS saddle shoes. Actxvulss, 38, 85,
28, City, 46, 88 ,2, 83, 90.
WANDA WIEZA. "Wlndy" fW'ants tw be A 'lwmlst Hubby is
movxe stars. Pet Pr-uve IS zuot suits. Aftavltws, 33, 14, 8.2,
DOLORES WITKOWSKI. "Do", Arnbltlyn 1.: tu play in a lmnd.
Hobby IS savxnq Souvcnxcrs. A-:t1v.t11-13, 36, -10, 41, 7.1.
MATTHEW WOITANEK. WN 3 inlsx mat: 'n.
CLARENCE WALINSKE. "Dac"- -ls 'mmm 'tv lm-3 J 1'lr.1lt::m.xn.
Actlvztms, ll, ltJ, 3...
Took a Te-ch. courss.
ROBERT WORS'1'.f- No inloxrnatmn.
MARY YAGUNIC. "Sunny" Mwst XA'-Dl'lllVVll1lf' llllll'T 1'1'1ll'l"f1
was lypxnq. Wants to be a dat-mse wnxkwa. .lM't1x'1txu1:, 91,
38, 21, 33, Baseball Medals and Rvllar Skating lun.
LUCILLE YOUNGER. UL5UH'fAI!ll'llllO1'1 to be a bxluzrwsfz wwnmn.
Lxkes Laurence Welles musxc.
and Volley Ball Medals.
Actavznos, 33, 82, 411, lil, Hmwlmll
IOYCE ZACK. "Zaf?1cy" Learned nit t3 lv :wlffr-rug:-'wrxm-, Am.
bltlon dxaftsman or buysr fur 11119 :Un-ivln. AVllVllIUS, 38
la Letterj 41, 21, 89, 46, 82, 79, 85.
IAMES ZAIICEK. "Flabbit"- Took 51 Teclxnlrnl Course, A fu-
ture Army Flyer. Actlvxtzes, 13, 74.
NOBMA ZAPPE. "F'reckles" -Course, Comuwrrfml. Amhltmn
lS to be-Come comptonmster operatar. Actlvmus, 79, 27, 36, 82,
38. 43, 12, 85,
JUNE CLASS OF 1943
MARCELLIA VACLAVEK. "M
89, tPres.l 85, 38, tletter
1 yr. Gym helper.
arcie-"--Destmed to be a private secretary. lvlanm--1 or
and 599 pt. pull, 46, 99, BB, 64. Miss Clarks asszstxnt tm
P.1tEL' One Hundred Sixteen
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RICHARD VANA. "Rich" Aeronautical enqineer. Member of 10, tietterj 89, 6, fletterj
9, tC1ty Champsl 5, 28 lPios.i 2 tBus. Manaqerl 23, 31, 51 tChanips-tootballl 46, 82,
59, 64. Qu111 and Scrcli Award.
JUNE CLASS OF 1943
EMILY ZELINA. "Ernie" Wants tc be a WAAC. Her weakness
in swuets. She is active an 32, 27, 36, 43 timttexi, 46.
ADOLPH ZEIMAN. "Zekc"- Ambition is to be a C. P. A.
Put Pvovv are hypocrites. Active in 15, 71, 3 KLE-tterl, 50.
GENEVIEVE ZEMAN. "Curly" Wants to become a secretary
Avtivo in 27, 46, 36, 82, 31.
GEORGE ZEMAN. "F1appy"A - Wants to do qymnastic work.
Avtivitios are 14, IU, 44, 72.
ANNA ZIB. "Ann"- Future white co11ar qirl. Dislikes bxaq-
civrs. Active in 38, 27, 66, 15, 82, 46, 72.
DOLORES ZIELKE. "DoQ"- -Hoyies to do office work. She is
avtive in 38, 13 tlvttvij, -QC, E5b, SG.
CLARENCE ZIMA. "Babe"YWants to be a orease monkey.
Hobby is arguments. Active in bowiinq CM-edali.
DOLORES ZINK. "Dei"--Hopes to become a private secretary.
Hobby is savino photographs. Active in 89, 38, 40, 3 C4
Medaisj, 90 lMedaU.
HOWARD BREDA. "Hotr0cks" ls ctointi to be a tool and div
maker. Enjoys ice skating. Active in 9 tLetter1, 47 tLetter1.
ROBERT M.RAZ.fNo information.
ARTHUR RADOSH.-No information.
GEORGE VANDON.--Electricai engineer is his ambition. Hobby
is photography. Active in 88, 63, 9 tChevronJ, 10 lChevron1, 63
tChevronJ, 19, 25.
Pugc Ona fIIf77d7t'l1 Seventeen
OH! COULD I GO FOR YOU.
KOSTNER. YOU'RE A FAKER.
DAD TAKES A REST CURE
To help defray engraving expenses for the Log the graduating
class of every semester has given a play under the guidance
of Miss Helen L. Culver.
A rollicking comedy entitled, "DAD TAKES A REST CURE"
was presented by Farragut's l943 February class. The cast
Was composed of eight senior members who Werei lames
Kostner, Doris Coles, Dorothy Gottlieb, Adrianna Hanus, Evelyn
Gelsomini, William Haupt, Prank Sedlock, and Sheldon Mulacek.
In the play the Father decides to take a rest because he has
worked much too hard. He goes to a sanitarium but instead of
relaxing he is annoyed by the patient in the opposite bed. All
this noise makes him feel Worse and he tries to secure a private
room but to no avail. Then he meets his roommate's sister
and falls in love with her.
The receipts for this play totaled Sl 16.38, almost double what
we collected in previous years.
Admission to the Senior play was eleven cents.
Przge One Hundred Nineteen
"1fwz-ig zzzcfcfzzy. Hljllf'-T. mn.
Tri zrlvirli mffcge .fluff 1 gf1?"'
Every April, that question arises in the minds ot all students who expect
to graduate from Farragut.
ln l934, nine years ago, College Day became a part ot the yearly activity
program. lts purpose was to encourage more young people to continue in
the pursuit ol education. This year, it has been even more important because
ct the present day conditions. The need for leaders is great and will be still
greater a tew years from now.
Each year, a survey is taken among the 4E and 4A students to determine
their choice of colleges. Alter a list has been compiled, invitations are sent
to those schools chosen, and preparations are furthered by the College Day
Committee, in charge ot Miss Florence E. Clark.
With the assistance of the Student Guidance Committee, Registration Day
is held. On this day, each student is asked to sign up for tive colleges ot
The following day, College Day, twenty minute conferences are held by the
college representatives with the students here at Farragut.
A short program is also presented on that day with Farragut's String En-
semble participating. The entire group is welcomed by Mr. Peter B. Ritzma
and started oft for the day.
Only such institutions as are accredited by the North Central Association
are invited to attend.
This year, committee officers were: Emily Fagulec, Chairman: Shirley Moore,
Vice-Chairmanp Dolores Otto, Secretary.
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DOES SHE REALLY
WANT TO BE A TEACHER?
YOU GET THERE!
WHERE ARE ALL
LOOK AT THE
SIGN UP, NOW.
CAMPUS LEADERS AT FARRAGUT
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IAMES D. DOHNEY ...................... Chief Enqineer
THOMAS LONERGAN .... .. .lst Assistant Engineer
EDWARD KUNA ..... .... 2 nd Assistant Engineer
IOHN B. DOHNEY .... ............. l st Fireman
IAMES EAHEY ....... .......... 2 nd Fireman
EDWARD GLEESON . . . ........ Ianitor
THEODORE BELL ..... .... I anitor
IOHN BALOUN .... .... I anitor
IAMES PAY ..... .... I anitor
FRANK ROTH ........ .... I anitor
IOHN ANDRUSKA . . . .... Ianitor
CLARENCE PETERS . . . ..,. Ianitor
ANTON VESELY ...... ...... I anitor
STELLA PAROWSKI .. .... Ianitress
ALMA TENNISON ..... .... I anitress
EDWARD ZUSCHLOG ......................... Carpenter
The major responsibility of the Chief Engir
neer and his staff is the heating and Ventilating
of our school of 250,000 sq. ft. of floor area.
With a power plant of 3,000 horsepower in its
boilers and engines each pupil is supplied with
30 cu. ft. of fresh air per minute at the proper
temperature and humidity.
Steam for our pool, showers, and cafeteria is
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generated from 3 water tube high pressure
boilers with under feed stokers with a coal
storage of 200 tons. Approximately l,000 tons
of lllinois screenings are burned per year. Also
maintained is an automatic Electric Telephone
and Clock system. Six ice machines control
refrigeration for cafeteria.
The entire school is swept and dusted daily
and all woodwork and floors scrubbed monthly.
Ianitors at present are baling approximately
l ton of waste paper per month for reuse.
i'Log Salesmen-First Row-Barnett, Svoboda, Kalfas, Brawn, Latal, Kacirek,
Holub, Chodora. Second Row-Novak, Killhoff, Kraus, Hamer, Lattal, Kryl,
Miller, Cerveny. Third Row-Kilpatrick, Gabriel, Berousek, Cibulka, Vondrak,
Stelzer, Giles, Dominik, Preban. Fourth Row-Kobylak, Udovich, Zenz, Tyle,
Gordey, Glancey, Vasicek, Poplar, Hora.
Another year, another Log and another lucky, lucky person
who collects the mazuma and orders the Annuals. Then the
super-salesman hands over the money to Business Manager,
Richard Vana. Receipts straight, we get our Logs through our
hard selling salesman Cor womanl.
This is harder than you think! Day in and day out it's col-
lecting money, Writing out receipts, taking money to the Log
Room. ln the Log Room it is recounted, recorded, and then de-
posited in the office usually by little lanell Spalenka.
Selling Annuals must be fascinating Work for the same sales-
men apply for the job every semester. Of course, it couldn't be
that if the representative sells his full quota CIOOW in his divisionl
he receives an Annual for nothing.
First person to achieve this l00'Xp mark was Adeline Preban,
405C, 3A, whose report came in on March 22.
2A division 4l9B, Betty Drendul and 3A, 229C, Robert Kadera
are the other two l00'k salespeople. All three will receive
leather-covered Logs for their hard Work.
The following ten divisions sold the next highest numbers of
Annuals: 422C, 3A, Mildred Svoboda: 4l5C, 3A, Clara Walter:
2l2D, lA, lean Cervenyg 3l2C, SA, Mildred Homolkap 3l0D, 4B,
Evelyn Pavlicek: 4l0C, 3A, Ann Krausf 305C, 3B, Dolores Kru-
sina, 3l2B, ZA, Violet Kryl: 420A, lA, Beverly Barnett, and
405B, ZA, Dorothy Kilpatrick.
Total sales made by sixty-one representatives are 650 leather-
covered Logs and over 1,300 paper-covered Logs. Heartiest
ne Hundred Twenty-Five
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Wu TEX SEPTEMBER-1942
7-School begins-Welcomed Miss Powell,
fl. our new Lunch Room Sponsor.
' I ' 12-What a cute new room full of office ma-
' chines. lt's just like a real office.
25-Scroll wins honor rating again!
gr' K my aaron: AFTER
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r" L 7 wg, 9-My! My!! Did you see all the muscles?
T 53 That's due to the Commando Exercises.
K 20-Oh Boy! Did the freshies get it today.
I 29-Scrap drive dance-Everyone brought
KN, some junk.
' I " ' ii NOVEMBER--1942
X K, W 6-Home Nursing classes began. iRun! Boys!
,fflji - -L Run!!
My 'J 17-Everyone had a grand time at the Fall
J'-W-M L ' Festival
E L K if 20-The Big Day-Final Senior elections.
AXXS Slgmivi DECEMBER-1942
Nl NUYD 4-February Graduating class presented, "Dad
B Takes a Rest Cure."
F' SCR PP 12-250 kits sent to service men.
QAOR JPN? 20-Winners announced in the Scrap Drive
6,55 Slogan Contest.
I , N IANUARY-1943
-X L: 5,518 6-Brought cakes for the Service men. iHope
8' 'A' nobody got sick because some of the girls baked
fl' D -'sg ln theml.
f U. ll-Girl's Chorus achieved a rating of S.
K V yu!!! 27-Commencement Day is here again! Grad-
L 2 HX t 4 uates say goodbye.
ll' it iii! CALENDAR OF
FEBRUARY-1943 H ' urs crow uvuznzg
1-2130 students rose to start a new semester ff W-- -'ft I ' 3 X '5 A J-il '
tand also 15 minutes more of schooll. N x - Mil U "" I t l x 5 5
14-Clean-up Slogan winners were chosen. i I X,
26-Click! Go the cameras hoping to win the j W W ' X
Annual Picture Contest. X . A 'il in ' '. X LE mum cLmU,,,,m
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Books! I CSh! They're for the Service Menl. Em . jk " is H U 1 4
20-Well! Well! the boys are learning to cook Q , gl QR W y R, - jwl f'
tguess they want to be sure of getting something ' 5.4.54-.,, A
to eatl. ' j
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Chicago" Drive. 5' -4 Q5
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4-650 students received Victory Certificates. Af' X 1
14-Senior boys were given a test from the WZZQ ,Q XX
Navy. KNO wonder they are all scratching their X p f L! 7 .
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20-Win City Championship in bowling. 5 Q Qxyiy A ,
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21-Minute Man award. RN Al V l L
27-Won Latin Contest tFour certificates and 5 My X W t
medall. xanga' 44' 1, '
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a victory garden.
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Banquet. fx i It? ll ,gy 5' I-5?
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EVENTS -- 43 'ff ALL
P.1gc Ona Hundred Tuferzty-Suez:
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At the rnideyear National Honor Society lnduction Ceremony on Tuesday,
lanuary l9, 1943, lohn Becker, Iames Blastik, Lillian Cerny, Mildred Choc,
Clarence Cukor, Maryanne Dvoracek, Libby Erana, Ann Eirtch, Veronica Gas-
parek, Mildred Halacek, Dorothy Hamm, Adriana l-lanus, Willard Holman,
Bernice Hiqqie, Elsie lanecka, Margaret Keller, Valerie Kopecky, larnos Kostner,
Evelyn Milcezny, Vlasta Motal, Norman Novak, Bonita Pawlek, Emma Piperott,
Richard Pokorny, Bose Smetana, Leta Spira, Charles Vesely, Bertha Venhuda,
and Steve Vlasich were the initiates. Speakers at the candle liqhtinq service
were: Ioseph Gabriel-Scholarship: Clarence Nelson-Service, Marcella Vac-
lavekf-fLeadershipp Norman NovakfCharacter, and Eleanor Smith --Prayer.
The Becessional was sunq by the Girl's Chorus who were accompanied by the
orchestra. Helen Tabor qave a vocal solo, and Leta Spira a piano solo.
The National Honor Society Induction Ceremony of the Iune class was held
Tuesday, lune l5, l943, during the seventh period in the auditorium.
The initiates were: Irma Allard, Shirley Derer, La Verne Drska, La Vonne
Eqqers, Emily Eaqulec, lohn Eirtik, Arlene Ereeburq, Betty Eiala, Maryann
I-losek, Evelyn Hosticka, Georqiana Kasparek, Sylvia Kocic, Gloria Kokaisl,
Charles Kolar, Lucille Konecy, Violet Kral, Blanche Kreisa, lohn Lonk, Dolores
Gtto, Daqmar Peterson, Ruth Prchal, lerry Pribyl, leanne Buzek, Adeline Skow-
ronek, Eleanor Smith, Anthony Sokol, Bessie Strachota, Virqinia Twaroq, lane
Vacek, Richard Vana, Marcella Vaclavek, Alice Verinqer, Iarmila Vosicky,
Ilr U1 llumlr J Tu nlj I1 lu
Reading from lett to right around the table are: Mr. VanCura, Mrs. Serdiuk, Mr.
Masek, Mr. Kurtzon, Mrs. Weiss, Dr. Poslusny, Mr. Kopecky, Mrs. Hamel, Mrs.
Kominek, Mr, Ftitzma, Mr. Truc, ludqe Weiss, Dr. Tysl, Mrs. Woli, Mr. Cook, Mrs.
Truc, Mr. Heistad, Captain Piksa, Miss Daves, Mr. Korninek, and Mr. Feinstein.
At the Youth Luncheon on Thursday, May 6. outstanding businessmen and
leaders in the school community met in the Social Room at Farragut to discuss
what the community and school are doinq for its youth. The quests after a
hearty luncheon Cin spite ot war time restrictionsl toured the various classes
to see what student lite is like durinq war time. lt is visits like this that promote
friendly relations between the students and their neiqhbors.
Among those present were prominent businessmen, judges, and others who
are interested in youth Welfare. The following quests were present: Messrs.
Masek, Kurtzon, Kopecky, Truc, Cook, Heistad, Kominek, Feinstein, Van Cura,
Drs. Poslusny and Tysl, ludqe Weiss, and Capt. Piksa. Mesdames Serduik,
Weiss, Hamel, Kominek, Wolf, Truc and Miss Daves were also invited.
The program was presented by the Concert Band which played "Lady of
Spain," "Teddy Bears Picnic," "Thumbs Up," "0verature of Rienzef' and a
march. Charles Kolar played a solo, "Carnival of Venice."
Following the luncheon, the visitors saw several rooms includinq the library
and swimminq pool. The visitors were impressed by the work the students
do at school.
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Bob and Dot--229C
loan and Valarie
Emily and Dolores
len and Vl
Iune and "Ir."
Petey and Elly
Lou and Arlene
Mac, Cyclops, and Mus
Mary and Anne
Butch and Ted
Pvt. Richard Clemmensen
Pvt. Harold Wisner
A. S. Dale-A. Freeburg
Sqt. William Lhotak
A. S. George Rousek
Roe and Ioe
Stella and Tes
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Mary Ann Hosek
Natalie and Danny-301D
limmie and Elaine
Mel and Gini
Chuck and Gladle
Vil and Er
Chicken and Tisch
Anna Mae Bastyr-312C
Roe and Joe
Lilee Belle and Maryann
Adolph Neruda U. S. Navy
Valerian Brodnicki U. S. Army
Mary Lou Sebek
Shorty and Bud-402D
Ierry and Helen
Charles Prakopac S 2-C
Pvt. Bruno Chmielewskl
Sgt. Tmohas E. Coats
Hagen and Hritz
Bobby and ???
Stephen Grgula IV
Ioe and Maxine
Ioe and lay
Ray and Shirley
Hank and Vivian
Rav and Shirley
Ioe and Lill
Sunny and Tiny
Pvt. Le Roy Miller
Iohn and Max
Wally and Gloria
Mr. and Mrs. I. Zib
Lt. and Mrs. R. Dvorak
Pfc. Edward Doktor U. S. A. F.
Pfc. Albert Bonnema U. S. A. F
Vlasta lean and Louie
Sergeant Iohn Truhlar
Pvt. Le.Roy Miller U. S. A.
George W. Campbell U. S. N.
Vernon Crawford U. S. N.
Bob Kutchan U. S. Army
Mrs. Ek Melkus
Ed. Vlasak U. S. N.
Pete Longl U. S. A.
Walter Boyden U. S. A.
Earl I. Hallman U. S. N.
Robert I. Melichar
Mr. and Mrs. Boris Duskin
Ruthie and Bunny Duskin
Mr. and Mrs. G. Allard
Richard Rebout U. S. N.
Frank Onderka U. S. A.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Sladek, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Sladek, Ir.
Pvt. and Mrs. G. Mills, Ir.
Iames Charles Mills
Mrs. Emily Novak
Mr. Edward Novak
Mr. Iohn Boor
Mrs. Katy Boor
lean Mkiuleky-Flower Tech.
Evie and Lyle
Eddie Cherico and Eric
Pvt. E. F. Sedlak U. S. A.
Corporal Eddy R. Gorga-222D
Nunzio "Duke" Avanzo
Pvt. Bud Laycock U. S. A.
Cadet Ralph Grimes U. S. A. C.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Kratochvil
Pvt. Iohn T. Maloney Marine
Mrs. M. M. Mudra
Pvt. Stanley Liss U. S. A. C.
Pvt. Al. Nemec U. S. S. C.
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No mn: would reasonably deny ohar ri:
Inry is worlh whulever rl costs Peace
with viclory is what we are working and
lighting for Bul, il will be u hollow vi:
tory indeed il we lind that in producing
the engines ol war we have forgotten the
machines of peace You may be surprised
and chugrincd haw quickly the public can
lorgcl your once well udverhscd producrs
To the other "Keep 'Ems" 4Kccp 'Em Fly
ing, elc.l we odd "Keep 'Em Remember
ing", A conlinuous direcl mail campaign
will keep your rrghrhrl place in the hgh:
lor business lliul will surely follow thc
war. We have some suggestions that
may be helpful
Polk and Sherman Streets, Chicago
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Every assignment here at Wallace-Miller Company is an important
one. From the largest four-color process jobs down to a minimum
zinc, care and constant attention to every detail is apparent.
Day after day and year after year we continue to give the same
dependable high quality in our plate work. Telephone Superior
7440 for a Wallace-Miller representative to estimate your next
important job. We are always in . . . day and night.
V A!.l.ACE"IVll!..!..ER CO.
466 W.SlIPERIOR STREET
PIOTU-EIIIIVIIIGS Ill EVERY KNIIWN IEDIUII
P13 0:1 Hundred Thirty-Two
JUDGE GEORGE B. WEISS
IFORMER FARRAGUT CLASSMATEI
FRANK HusA R.PH.
Drugs G Trusses, Abdominal Sup
porters and Elastic Stockings
3220 W. Cermak Road
2400 S. Christiana Avenue
Phone ROCkwell 4158
"Brighten Ihr' Hours With
SOUKAL FLORAL CO.
3237 W. 26th St.
Phone ROCkwell 0I76
A. T. ooLEzAi. o soNs
WET WASH - HYDRO
Rough, Dry, and Fine Finish Work
2448 South Kedzie Avenue
Phone: ROCkwell 0708
The Farragut Cafeteria
has gone to War.
For less money
and no points,
vou cet delicious
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Members of Florist Telegraph
Telephone LAWndale 5500
LAWN DALE FLORAL
3212 W. Cermak Rd.
Fine Flowers - Plus Quick
32 West Randolph Street
Telephone STAte 2378
CLASS RINGS AND PINS,
MEDALS AND TROPHIES,
Commencement Announcements and
Personal Cards - Club Pins,
GO TO ED'S
for SCHOOL SUPPLIES
LUNCH and CANDY
240l S. Christiana Ave.
EVERYTHING IN FARRAGUT
3147 W. Cermak Road
Convenient location in the shopping
district close by
DU LLA'S DRUG STORE
S. J. DULLA, R.PH.
2357 So. Drake Ave. Chicago
Phones ROCkweII I0004 and I0007
Om' Hundred Thirty-Four
3224 W. 23rd Street
GEORGE J. DVORAK, R.Ph.
Sruwvssor to Vilinfs Pharmacy
NON SKID SPOT PAD TRUSSES
3233-35 W. Cermak Road
B. LINKA co. A Rockwell
TTO ECLIK 2931
3918 W. 26th Street
Home of Model Airplone PRESS SHOP
Supplies - Sporting Goods and A 2301 so- Kedzie Avenue
Everything for High School
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Telephone Sfafe OI
I85 N. WABASI-I AVENUE
SPECIAL RATES TO FARRAGUT STUDENTS AND THEIR II
FAMILIES AT ALL TIMES
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