Farragut High School - Where the Action is Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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Dolores Baburek showing Mary Vesely how to manage a difficult arrangement of stitches crocheting. George Benisek, completely absorbed in fly ty- ing. George is a great fisherman. 9 Th e catalyst in most successful lives is a hobby or an activity that one enjoys doing for its own sake. This enjoyable activity makes the other parts of one's life function as a successful and unified whole. Use the catalyzing action of a good hobby to make your life better and happier in every way. Mr. Prottsmann, our apiarist, showing jars of honey to Meinert Mischnik and Helen Kastus. One thousand pounds of honey produced yearly, selling at thirty-five cents a pound, provide Mr. Prottsman with a pleasant and pros- perous hobby. 10 A well planned garden makes perfect brings a smile to the of feast' roasting ears and gardener in anticipation of the fun ing on home grown corn on the cob gl , nfs 2 vu ,.,., Q ig H? " s it --.t N at if "" "'. 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To our graduates we extend best wishes for suc- cess in both of these important fields. 11 M QCfi0lflZ5 Clean, quiet halls and studying hall guards are a symbol of intel- ligent, well-trained students. Will she say "Yes" to his question of "May I Walk you home?" or "How about the Prom?" l2 nun-.w-1-'0""'a ngruin qfwgion, rincilaa! M 0 man id Muffy Aalolag or da e wiffzouf a 4066? Wrote a noted biographer, "and it makes precious little difference what the outside interest may be-botany, beetles or butterflies: roses, tulips or irisesp fishing, mountaineering or antiquities-anything will do as long as he has a hobby and rides it." Hobby: Collecting old books. "Chicago-a post village and port on Lake Michigan at the mouth of the Chicago River. The position of this place is bleak. Behind are extensive prairies: before, the lake, Without a harbor for three hundred miles." -From the "New Gazeteer of the United States of America" by Danby and Dwight. Published 1833 13 if jiri ' ' ' :S MR. ACKERMAN Bond MRS. BABCOCK Civics MR, BALE Chemistry MR. BALTHIS Electric Shop MRS. BARILEAUX Geometry MRS. BECK History QCLF' QU? OIQQ 0lfl'lQfAU'l9 Quik Well! MISS CLARK Adjustment Councilor ww MISS GEER Administrative Assistant MRS. KING Placement Councilor Y f-...W V I AM! MISS BENSON, Biology MISS BONNER, Clothing MISS BURSIK, Foods MII. BLOOM, Printing MR. BOAND, Basketball MISS CADA, Biology SNOIQQ MISS CADY, Spanish MR. CANFIELD, Cheerleaders MISS CLAAS, Physical Education MISS COUGHLIN, Business Organization MISS COX, Stenoqrciphy 15 OM .9IfL5fQCL6! of f!lQ IOOLSQCJ !0AOf09P6tl0 MISS CROWELL, Accounting MISS FLYNN, Spanish MISS CULVERI English MR. GAMERTSPELDEH, Physics MISS EDDY, Sight Saving MISS HOGAN, English MISS EDWARDS, Home Mcinuqemenf MISS EHRENWERTHV Girls' Choms MISS IOHNSON, Clerical Practice MR, FISHER, American Problems MISS IORGENSEN, English 2' H Nr 211 my ig? kv are re Cjanuba! ,gyaofzi of fha MRS, KEATS, Physical Education MR. LA FORCE, Wood Shop MISS LA VAN, Physical Education MISS LEECH, English MISS LINSKEY, Clerical Practice MRS. LISKA, Science MISS MISS MISS MISS any .. MCNAMERA, English MCDANIELS, English MEEHAN, History MITCHELL, Geometry MH. MILLER, Mechanical Drawinq Wa. -Q-.cf If 06004 fo Obi Ifl your MRS, MILLS, German lvuss PETERSON, Algebra rvuss MORGAN, A196-bm MISS POTTER AI, MRS, MUDRA, Scroll MISS POWERS, Commercial Law NIH. NAIMAN, Track MISS OVLEAR-Y' Stenogrgphy MRS, PRESSELL, German MR. PEACOCK, Mechanical Drawing MR. RINKEH M9ChUY1iCUI DVUWUIQ 18 K m ' N MJA Qfl 7 0lfLl" gQ ana! flI" QCLC ,QP5 f MISS SAMUEL, Science MR. STROCCHIA, Football MRS' SCHELL A" MISS SYMQNW Bfozcqy MR. S1EDENSTRANG, Wood Shop MR. WARD, Orchestra MISS SILVERSTEIN, Science MR, STEVENSON, Civics MISS WATSON, Eflqllsh MR, STARTER, Boys' Chorus MISS WELLS, Busmess Trcmzng ,- as ff' ,V .af 0 gjraaluaiea Our high school days are over and now We can look back at the swell times we had at Farragut -- the social room with the Christmas trees, the music festivals and the big day when the "LOGS" arrived and were signed by special friends. 20 WJ? 1 Wu.-mf W ' 2 JF , i w A Qi Vu 151 ff N X' gif: if s pst X L . E Q ,l ak ,Em ffrlfii ' 351 lnififxj if if 5 2 35 V,Q,Z'gv".:1g'?!'1R'? W: 3 if . 41,565 "f"??1f,X ffic rv A' 5 " 3 Vs , .JP ,. ,K N: , - 4 'f F1752 ' xiii? 2 wg A , Y if 21 3 Q W ' fm: fy W xtfkfaflw 4' Y. ff Q4 'Q mfxff? i' ' , X 1 " , WN' Qwiw-iq'-Q 122356 sm 5355- IEW T915 if:-X Q55 'fiww 533 'amy 'kv-fl ,ff-,V izggkifi PM vi 4? 'gf ,iw N " r -f ' M'i5ii.fEi ,V V, Twin gem 5, 4,193 ,,l I f imiaeifff ff:5'2Ez -'ff.m-.- Q .W 49.1, L , J -3 A , ,Vg pi. jaw fgwrgfggggg :fri Qiiijy . QM! 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Treasurer-Sylvia Schultz says skating is a healthy hobby Secretary-Florence Srmek dreams of Writing as a hobby. l 22 enior wnfer ?!lLnc!er'!anc! prom Our February Senior Prom Dance, Ballerina, Dance A Short Rest Between Dances Dancing With the One I Adore The Farewell Dance When Two First Ladies Meet May l Take Your Picture? The Chaperone Sits One Out lt's All Over Now Our Guest, the Snowman Blaha. Alice-Blossom Cerny. Georgette-Bubbles we 6365155 O! QQLIFIJLGLI' Amado. Alfred-Al Favorite Subject- -Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learnedfl-low to get along with others. Ambition-To get an "S" in Physics. Awards-- 4 Band Medals. Activities-Band, Track Team: Color, Flower, and Motto Committee. X Bazzle. Evelyn-Evie Favorite Subject--Biology. Most worthwhile thing learned ---To think ac- curately. Ambition-Medical Secretary. Bennett. Marie-Ienska Favorite Subject Orchestra. Most worthwhile thing learned-To ap- preciate tine music. Ambition-To be a professional 'ce-llist. Awards -Orchestra Pin, 2 Guards. Activities- -Hall Guard, Orchestra. Crane. Nora Belle-Nor De Luca. Dolores-Dee Favorite Subject-ehlistory fwith Mr. Fisherl. Most Worthwhile thing learned To make friends. Ambition--To work in an office. Blazek. Frank-Leity Favorite Subject-- History, duct myself in the world. Cermak. Eleanore-Ellie Favorite Subject-Concert to make my own clothes. Awards-Orchestra Letter, dent Guidance, Orchestra tee, Service Guild. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to con- Ambition--To get into professional football. Orchestra. Most worthwhile thing learned-e Ambition4Teacher of contrapuntal harmony, 4 Medals, 2 Pins. Activities---Orchestra, Stu- Accompanist, Chairman-Cap 6- Gown Commit- Favorite Subject-Art. Most worthwhile thing learned--To give and take, Ambition Artist. Activities-Log artist, Color and Motto Com- mittee. Damzak. lohn K.-Scotty Favorite Subject -History. Most worthwhile thing learned-To get along with others. Ambition -To see the world. Activities--Senior Cabinet, Boys' Chorus. Dedic. Geraldine-Gabby Favorite Subject- History. Most worthwhile thing learned----To have self-control. Ambitioii4Window decorator. AwardsMOrchestra Pin and Guards. Activities-Orchestra, Service Guild, Decoration Committee. Domabyl. Richard-Dick Most worthwhile thing learned-Cooking. Dusek. Ioseph-Ioe Favorite Subject- Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned-Chem- istry. Ambition -Tool and die maker. Dvorak. Dorothy-Dvor Favorite Subject Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned- -To get along with students. Ambition -eTo be what every woman really wants to be. Activities--Honor Society, Mixed Chorus, Marathon Swimming, Fin and Ring Committee, Senior Tea and Dance Committee, Frana. Iarmila-Iarm Favorite Subject -English. Most worthwhile thing learned-Getting along with everybody. Ambition-To travel. Gabriel, William-Bill Favorite Subject- Civics. Most worthwhile thing learned--Woodshop. Ambition--Tool and die maker. George. Lucelia-Lucy Favorite Subject --Science. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to be good. AmbitionATo be sweet sixteen again. AwardsfGAA Letter. Goldberg. Lois-Kelly Favorite Subject--Foods with Miss Smith. Most worthwhile thing learned---To be a friend to all. Activities-Prom Committee. Gorss, Shirley-Lee Favorite Subject -Foods. Most worthwhile thing learned -How to get along with others. Ambition-Professional swimmer. Activities----Gym Leader. Green. Robert-Bob Favorite Subject Economics. Most worthwhile thing learned!To take everything with a grain of salt. Ambition-Doctor of music. Awards- Band Letter. Berk. Ierome-Jerry G ZAQ Favorite Subject-Print Shop. Most worthwhile thing learned--The print- ing profession. Ambition-Reporter. Activities---Scroll. Bernard. Mary Ann-Sporty Favorite Subject--Clerical Practice. Most worthwhile thing learned-e There are a lot of swell people. Ambition-"To travel in my own car.' Activities-ePin and Ring Committee. Favorite Subject-Civics. Most Worthwhile thing learned -Self conti- dence. Ambition--Homemaker. Cooper. Ieanine-Flash Favorite Subject- -Clerical Practice. Most worthwhile thing learned-- Getting along with others. Ambition-To get married. Activities--Gift Committee. Favorite Subject-Cooking. Most worthwhile thing learned-Shorthand. Ambition--Private secretary. Awards4Civic award. Activities--Stu- dent Council, Service Guild, Honor Society, Log Representative. Dolak. Dolores-Dee Favorite Subject-Art. Most worthwhile thing learned-Learning to co-operate. Ambition-To be a successful model. Activities-Invitation and Decoration Committee. Dvorak. Ierry-Ier. Favorite Subject-Civics. Most worthwhile thing learned -How to make friends. Ambition-To become a lawyer. Awards--3 Basketball Letters, 2 Baseball Letters. Finql. Marianne-Ping Favorite Subject-Physics. Most worthwhile thing learned--How to figure things out for myself. Ambit1oneTravel. Activities--Honor Society, Student Guidance, Student Council Treasurer, Senior Cabinet, Mixed Chorus, Senior Tea and Dance Committee. Awards--Mixed Chorus Letter, Civic Chevron. Gerlach. Iohn-Honest Iohn Favorite Subject-Mechanical Drawing. Most worthwhile thing learned -To get along with others. Ambition-To retire, Activities- -Senior Dance Committee, Student Council. Gerstunq. Evelyn-Evey Favorite Subject-Clothing. Most worthwhile thing learned--Not to take things for granted. Ambition-To go to college. ActivitiesePin and Ring Committee, Hall Guard. Gruskovak. Richard-Grus Favorite Subject-U. S. History. Most worthwhile thing learned- -How to get along with everybody. Ambition4To be a gym instructor. Awardse2 Football Letters. Grybowski. Ruth-Ruthie Favorite Subject-Biology. Most worthwhile thing learned--To be specific. Ambition--Medical secretary. Activities--Prom Committee, Honor Society, Invitation and Decoration Committee. we CKGLJJ of EQAVULULI' Hane. Elmer-Fudd FCIVOTHQ Subject Foods. Most worthwhile thing learned --How to get along with people. Ambition-To retire at 18. Activities---Election Committee, Senior Play Committee. Harris. Leon-Sooey Favorite Subject Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned--l'm not the smartest guy in the world. Ambition--Doctor. Harris. Melvin-Babe Favorite Subject --Chemistry, Most Worthwhile thing learned--Chemie try. Ambition--Doctor. Hoffman, Ralph-Lefty Favorite Subject Mechanical Drawing. Most Worthwhile thing learned -To know girls, Ambition-Professional baseball player. Awards --Baseball Letter, Boys' Chorus Letter. Homolka, Laverne-Lovey Favorite Subject----History. Most worthwhile tliing learned- Stenogra- phy. Ambition To do what l want. Activities -Scroll, Servicc Guild, Honor Society, Student Council. Houska. Marilyn Rita-Mar Favorite Subject -Civics. Most worthwhile thing learned-The ability to think for myself. Ambition-To be able to meet problems in the future. Activities--Service Guild, Honor Society. Huml, Donald-Don Favorite Subject-Mechanical Drawing. Most worthwhile thing learned -How to play football. Ambition- -To attend the University of Notre Dame. Awards--3 Football Letters, Boys' Chorus Letter, Quill and Scroll Award. Activities Class Vice-President, Senior Cabinet, Co- Editor of Scroll, Class Day Committee. Hunter. Lorraine-Hunter Favorite Subject -Clerical Practice. Most worthwhile thing learned -To get along with others, Ambition-To be happy. Awards- -Mixed Chorus letter, GAA 500 Point Pin. Activities --Pin and Ring Commit- tee, Honor Society, Student Guidance, Service Guild. Husa. Marilyn-Marenkcr Favorite Subject --Foods. Most worthwhile thing learned-To get my work in on time. Ambition --Lawyer. Activities--Scroll Reporter, Girls' Chorus. Ierome. Mitchell-Mitch Favorite Subject- -Mechanical Drawing. Most worthwhile thing learned -To get along with people. Ambition-Engineer. Activities--Presi dent of january Class, Senior Cabinet. Iingle, Ioe Ir.-Iingle Favorite Subject-Division. Most worthwhile thing learned- To get along with teachers. Ambition--To make good. Activities--Banquet Committee, Student Council, Senior Cabinet. Kabat. Margaret-Kab Favorite Subtest--Chemistry. Ambition-To live to a ripe, old age. Activities-Student Council, Service Guild, Scroll, Kcxsl. Iames-lim Favorite Subject-Printshop. Most worthwhile thing learned--Playing football. Ambition-To play college football. Awards-3 Football Let- ters, 2 Boys' Chorus Letters. Activities-Senior Cabinet. Katz. Gertrude-Trudy Favorite Subject -U. S. History. Most worthwhile thing learned- --How to get along with people. Awards--Boys' Chorus Letter. Activities- Honor Society, Senior Play, Class Day. Kipta. Edward-Kid Kiptcx Favorite Subject-- Gym. Most worthwhile thing learned-Civics. Am- bition---2U years in the Army. Awards-Football Letter. Kohout, Ioseph A.-Pep Favorite Subject-Mechanical Drawing. Most worthwhile thing learned -Solving is doing. Ambition-To learn the worthwhile things in life. Komerska, Ioe-Brother Favorite Subject---Girls. Most worthwhile thing learned-Printing. Am- bition---Millionaire, Activities-Senior Play, Senior Tea and Dance, Elec- tion Committee. Komorous. Marianne-Bubbles Favorite Subject- -Latin. Most worthwhile thing learned--How to de- bate. Ambition--Teacher. Awards--Civic Chevron. Hatz. leannine-Iean Favorite Subject- Steno. Most worthwhile thing learned Getting along with people. Ambition--To get the most cut of life. Activities -Gift Committee, Color and Motto Committee, Service Guild. - Hausknecht. Constance--Connie Favorite Subject- Latin. Most Worthwhile thing learned -To use dis- cretion in what l say. Ambition To teach languages. Awards- Girls' Chorus Letter, Civic Chevron, GAA Letter, National Latin Award. Activities -Marathon Swimming Club, Student Guidance: Student Coun- cil, Scroll, Honor Society, Service Guild. Hron, Ioseph-Baker Favorite Subject- -Orchestra. Most worthwhile thing learned- Playing the bass fiddle. Ambition -Pharmacist. Awards-Solo, Ensemble, and Orchestra Contest Medals. Hulkcr. Marie Priscilla-Iuqhecrd Favorite Subject- Orchestra. Most worthwhile thing learned--Don't leave things to do for the last minute. Ambition-To play the violin as well as Richard Mazanec. Awards-Orchestra Pin, 4 Guards, 5 Medals, from Solo Contests and Ensemble Contests. Activities Or- chestra Secretary and Librarian, Honor Society, Cap and Gown Com- mittee, Scroll, Student Guidance. Iansky, Ieanne-Zdenka Favorite Subject-Accounting. Most worthwhile thing learned-To be good. Ambition--To succeed. Awards-GAA Letter, 4 Chevrons. Activities -Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Scroll, GAA Executive Board. Ienicek. Albert-Al Favorite Subject --Mechanical Drawing. Most worthwhile thing learned --Mechanical Drawing. Ambition-Physical Education Instructor. Ac- tivities- Swimming Team, Senior Prom Committee, Student Council. Kagan. Leon-Iohn Favorite Subject- History. Most worthwhile thing learned-Can't say until l get out. Ambition-To be a philosopher. Kalal. Bob-Buddy Favorite Subject-Mechanical Drawing. Most worthwhile thing learned ---Knowledge is only what you make of it. Ambition-To be a credit to my family. Kiptcx, George-Big Kip Favorite Subject-Gym. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to play football. Ambition-Gym instructor. Awards-Football Letter. Kissel, Ioan-Io Favorite Subject- Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned -Steno. Ambition-To be a private secretary. Kotovsky. Rose Marie-Babe Favorite Subject-Home Management. Most worthwhile thing learned -To get along with people. Ambition-To be a good housewife. Awards--GAA Pin. Activities--Mixed Chorus, Service Guild. Koudelka. Arthur-Art Favorite Subject--Girls. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to get along with Lorrie. Ambition-Big business man. Activities --Movie Operator, Football Manager. 1 I i -Q. Sl'- JUDO 9221 100' 'hs ,K "!'!" iw-'P ,pw 47 27 H aun--f Cfadff of ge6l"lfL6Ll" Kozlowitz. Dolores-Kozie Favorite Subject-Foods. Most worthwhile thing learned -It pays to take an interest in school. Kral. Edward-Curley Favorite Subject- Mechanical Drawing. Most worthwhile thing learned How to get along with people. AmbitioneTo be a millionaire. Awards - -T-rack Letter: Boys' Chorus Letter. Activities-Honor Society: Student Guidance: Track for 2 years: Senior Play Committee: Boys' Chorus. Krauczyk. Merlin-Barrels Favorite Subject-Math. Most worthwhile thing learned-Emoticnal sta- bility. Ambition-Doctor. Kriz. Iohnelohnnie Favorite Subject-Civics. Most worthwhile thing learned--How to dance. Ambition---Bachelor. Activities-Student Council: Service Guild: Ring Committee: Decoration and Invitation Committee. Kroupcr. La Verne-Lovey Favorite Subject-Civics. Most worthwhile thing learned-Not to be shy. Kuban, Dorothy-Dottie Favorite Subjecte-Foods. Most worthwhile thing learned--Everything comes to those who wait. Ambition-To pass one ot Mrs. Beck's tests. Activities--Color, Flower, Motto Committee: Honor Society. Lidinsky, Iames-Jimmy Favorite 'Subject---Physics. Most worthwhile thing learned-To get along with people. Ambition-To attend college and then be a suc- cessful businessman. Activities-Boys' Chorus, Election Committee. Lindberg, Herbert E.-Bert Favorite Subject--Physics. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to keep cz straight face. AmbitioneScientist. Activities-President of Senior Class: Service Guild: Track Team: Swimming Team: Sports Reporter: Student Council: Senior Cabinet. Molina, Helen Favorite Subject--German. Most worthwhile thing learned-All Com- mercial Subjects. Ambition---To have as much fun as l've had at Farragut. Awards--Mixed Chorus Letter: GAA 500 Point Pin. Activities -eSenior Cabinet: Honor Society: Mixed Chorus: Senior Tea and Dance Committee. Margolis, Aaron-Effie Favorite Subject-Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to get along with fellow students. Ambition--To become a registered Pharmacist. ActivitieseClass Day: Student Council: Honor Society. Markulin, Violet-Vi Favorite Subiect-eMath. Most worthwhile thing learned- -To get along with others. AmbitioneNurse. Awards-Mixed Chorus Letter: GAA 500 Point Pin: GAA Letter. ActivitiesfStudent Guidance: Mixed Chorus: Senior Tea and Dance Committee: Honor Society: Service Guild. Martisovic. Lorraine-Lorrie Favorite Subject-Orchestra. Most worthwhile thing learned- One must be fair. AmbitioneDoctor of music. Awards--Solo Contest Or- chestra Pin and 4 Guards: GAA 500 Point Pin. Activities --Senior Ban- quet Committee. Miller, Dolores-Del Favorite Subject-A-Orchestra. Most worthwhile thing learned-Playing the cello. Ambitione-To be a successful star in the Metropolitan Opera. Awards--Cheerleader Letter: Girls' Chorus Letter: Orchestra Pin and 2 Guards: 4 Orchestra Medals. Activities -Senior Play Committee. Moncek. George I.-Fat Favorite Subject-Cooking. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to cook, Ambitionf To marry a very rich girl who can't cook. Awards -eFootball Letter. Activities-Senior Play Director: Boys' Chorus. Moravec. Marie Favorite Subject--Commercial Law. Most worthwhile thing learned --Biology. Ambition--Teacher. Activities-Honor Society: Service Guild: Student Council: Class Day Committee. Mrstik. Georgiana-Iir Favorite Subject--Clerical Practice. Most worthwhile thing learned -eHow to get along with people. Ambition-To be in Czechoslovakia. Activities Service Guild: Honor Society. Mueller. Elaine-E Favorite Subject -Economics. Most worthwhile thing learned-To think for myself. Ambition-To put the things I learned into use. Awards- - Civic Letter and Chevron: Mixed Chorus Letter: GAA Pin and Letter. Activities- Feature Editor for Scroll: Student Guidance: Student Coun- cil: Senior Cabinet: Class Day Committee: Honor Society. Novak, Arlene-Lee Favorite Subject--Mechanical Drawing. Most worthwhile thing learned --Art. Ambition--Professional Colorist. Awards--3 time winner of Posture Contest: GAA 500 Point Pin. Krhounek, Adeline-Add Favorite Subject-Foods. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to get along with people. Ambition---To travel. Activities-Financial Com- mittee. Krisolofsky, Arnold-Chris Favorite Subject--Economics. Most worthwhile thing learned----To get along with others. AmbitionvPhysical Education Teacher. Awardse Football Letter: 4 Varsity Swimming Letters. Kucera, lean-Kutch Favorite Subject-Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned--Civics. Ambition--Dietician. Awards-Orchestra Pin and Guards. Kunhart, Elaine-Koonie Favorite Subject-Orchestra. Most worthwhile thing learned-To gain the full appreciation ot music. Ambition-To be a success. Awards --7 Medals for Band Contests: Pin and Guards tor Orchestra: Band Letter: Orchestra Letter. Malmborg, William-Bill Favorite Subject--German. Most worthwhile thing learned--How to cook. Mcmak, Charles-Bcnnbino Favorite SubjecteChemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned-Law of Supply and Demand. Ambition-To be a successful pharmacist. Awards-Latin Certificate: Orchestra Pin and Guard: 4 Medals. Ac- tivities-Student Council: Student Guidance: Senior Cabinet: Ad Manager for the Log. Musa. Bernice-Bee Favorite Subject-Music. Most worthwhile thing learnedeliconomics. Ambition -Business woman. Awards-Mixed Chorus Letter. Activities - -Mixed Chorus: Class Day Committee. Miller. Betty Favorite Subject-Art. Most worthwhile thing learned-Steno. Ambi- tioneTo be a good housewife. Moskowitz, Gerald-Mosky Favorite Subject--Lunch. Awards-BAA Letter. Activities--Baseball: Basketball. Moutivic, Charlotte-Char Favorite Subject-German. Most worthwhile thing learned-To get along with people. Ambition--To marry. Activities-Service Guild: Mixed Chorus: Pin and Ring Committee. Novotny. Dolores 'Ioan--Dee Favorite Subject-Math. Most worthwhile thing learned-Cooperation. Ambition-To make the world a little better place to live in. Awards-e GAA 500 Point Pin: English Composition Award: Orchestra: Pin for Orchestra Contest. Activities -President of Student Council: Honor Society: Chicago Youth Conference Committee: Chicago Youth Con- ference Executive Board. Novotny. Frank-Farmer Favorite Subject-Shop. Most worthwhile thing learned--To do your homework. Ambition-To join the Navy. Awards-BAA Awards. it? In il 152+ ,bl I ?g.? - f if Q an ,r , Xi A, Q wiif"'fk f W Q ff Q g ww ,Wm m ii. cf... .f Opal. Gladys-Red Favorite Subject-U. S. History. Most worthwhile thing learned-- Teachers can be human. Ambition-To have a good job. Awards Latin Award. Activities--Finance Committee. Overfield. Robert-Bob Most worthwhile thing learned -Civics. Ambition--Millionaire. Ac- tivitiesfTrack, Crosscountry. Palumbo. Violet-Tino Favorite SubjectfGym. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to get along with teachers. Ambition --To be happy. Petrik. George-Pete Favorite Subject-American Social Problems. Most Worthwhile thing learned-Woodshop. Ambition--To get along with people. Petrik, Mary-Marie Favorite Subject-Bohemian. Most worthwhile thing learned--Bohe- mian. Ambition-Housewife. Picha, Donald I.-Picha Favorite Subject-eMath. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to get along. Ambition-Aeronautical Engineer. Activities-Student Guid- ance, Student Council, Service Guild, Prom Committee. Pitlik, Edward-Ed Favorite Subject--American Social Problems. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to make friends. Ambition-Professional Musician. Awards-Band Letter, 10 Band Medals. Activities---Honor Society, Band, Orchestra, Student Guidance, Student Council, Prom Committee, Rep- resentative to Chicago Youth Conference. Pluckebaum, Edward-Ewa Favorite Subject-Cooking. Most worthwhile thing learned-Never to destroy a good friendship. Ambition-To be a happy bachelor. Podbevsek. Edward-Pip-squeak Favorite Subject-Mechanical Drawing. Most worthwhile thing learned gBiology. Ambition-Draftsman. Prusa. Gladys-Squeeky Favorite SubjectfChemistry. Most Worthwhile thing learned- -Impres- sions you make now will reflect on your later life. Ambition-To be a good housewife. Activities --Service Guild. Raffen, Danny Favorite Subject-American Social Problems. Most worthwhile thing learned--Biology. Ambition--Sanitary Engineer. Awards-Football Letter, 2 Football Managers' Letters. Randle. Renee-Ren Favorite Subje-ctfArt. Most worthwhile thing learnedf-How to sew. Ambition -To go to Dyersburg, Tenn. Awards--Mixed Chorus Letter. Activities Mixed Chorus, Service Guild. v Riha, Raymond-Ray Favorite SubjectfMath. Most Worthwhile thing learnedilf you don't succeed, try again. Ambition-To be a good traveling salesman. Awards--Latin Certificate. Activities-Boys' Chorus, Senior Cabinet, Honor Society, Pin and Ring Committee. Roberts, Don-Lefty Favorite Subject- -Gym. Most worthwhile thing learned-Self-control. Ambition--Football coach. Awards --Football Letter, Boys' Chorus Letter. Rock. Ioan Favorite SubjectfGerman. Most worthwhile thing learnedfl-low to en- joy myself. Ambit1onfTo be happily married. Act1vitiesfMixed Cho- rus, Service Guild, Student Council, Honor Society, From Committee, Senior Tea and Dance, Class Day. Hulik. Betty-Red Favorite Subject--Bohemian. Most worthwhile thing learned-Coopera tion. Ambition--Model. Activities-Honor Society, Girls' Chorus, Col- lege Day Committee. Ruscitti, Anna-Stuff Favorite Subject-Algebra. Most worthwhile thing learned --Steno. Ambition -Private Secretary. Activities-Girls' Chorus. Saliny, Betty Favorite Subject-U. S. History. Most worthwhile thing learned - Trying to influence people. Ambition4'l'o travel. Awards GAA 500 Point Pin. Activitiesf-Service Guild, Cap and Gown Committee. Slefmw .948 Pecenka. Ioseph-Ioe Favorite Subject---Physics. Most worthwhile thing learned---Everyone isn't for you. Ambition---Master Printer. Awards---Mixed Chorus Let- ger, Quill and Scroll. Activities -Mixed Chorus, Orchestra, Honor ociety. Pecina. Lawrence-Larry Favorite Subject- -Print Shop. Most worthwhile thing learned--Learm ing the good and bad points of football. Ambition-Professional Foot- ball player. AwardseFootball Letter. Activities--Boys' Chorus, Foot- ball team. Picha. Doris-Dodie Favorite SubjectfHome Management. Most worthwhile thing learned ---Home Nursing. Ambition-To teach Home Economics. Awards- Civic Chevron and Letter. Pinto, Tamara-Tommy Favorite Subject-Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned-To play the cello. Ambition-To attend the University of Illinois. Awards ---Civic Letter and Chevron, Medal for Orchestra Solo Contest, Or- chestra Pin and 2 Guards. Activities-Orchestra, Pin and Ring Com- mittee,1 Honor Society, Scroll Reporter, Student Guidance, Student Counci . Popovic, Violet-Vi Favorite Subject-- U. S. History. Most worthwhile thing learned! Serving. Ambition-Beautician. Awards-Mixed Chorus Letter. Ac- tivities+Mixed Chorus, Honor Society, Pin and Ring Committee. Price, Robert-Bob Favorite Subject--Mechanical Drawing. Most worthwhile thing learned -How to make friends. Ambition-To be my own boss. Activities- College Day. Reiner, Isobel-Izzy Favorite Subject --American Social Problems. Most worthwhile thing learned-Friendship. Ambition-To do good. Ridgeway, Robert-Bob Favorite Subject---Gym. Most worthwhile thing learned -How to get along with people. Ambition---To live where it never gets cold. Rovner. Evelyn-Evie Favorite Subject-History. Most worthwhile thing learned--Typing. AmbitionfTo become an actress. Ruchas, Icyce-Ioycie Favorite Subject---German. Most worthwhile thing learned-Steno. Ambition-Secretary. Awards---GAA Letter and Pin, Girls' Chorus Letter. Activities--Girls' Chorus. Schneider. Morris-Sweetwater Favorite Subject German. Most worthwhile thing learnedf-How to get along with people. Ambition -To be a millionaire. Awardsf 3 Basketball Letters. Schuld, Merle E.-Mrs. Weber Favorite Subject- -Band. Most worthwhile thing learned --To put first things first. Ambition---To be a Commercial Artist. Awards-e3 Band Medals. Activities- Band, Log Artist, Cap and Gown Committee, Color and Motto Committee, lnvitations and Decorations Committee. ,gm 4 5 va Ve.. 2 mad? .W f j I jfie Cfam 0 jedruar 1948 Schultz. Sylvia-Silly Favorite Subject-Biology. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to be a good sport. Ambition-Medical Secretary. Activities-Girls' Chorus, Honor Society, Service Guild. Schwager, Dorothy-Peanuts Favorite Subject-German. Most worthwhile thing learned-To aet along with people. Ambition-To be a nurse. Activities-Band, Senior Election Committee, Finance Committee. Schwartz. Edwin-Ed Favorite Subject-Foods. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to cook. Ambition--To become an advertising executive. Shear. Morton-Tormie Favorite Subject-Biology. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to get along with people. Ambition-To study medicine. Siegel, Herman-Blackie Favorite Subject-History. Most worthwhile thing learnedeSelf-Control. Ambition-Electrical Engineer. Sievert, Ronald-Swede Favorite Subject4History. Most worthwhile thing learned-To be cour- teous. Ambition--Radio Announcer. Awards-Boys' Chorus Letter, BAA Award Shield. Simolke, Ioan-Worm Favorite Subject4A certain male. Most Worthwhile thing learned-- How to cook. Ambition-To be happy. Awards-Mixed Chorus Letter. Activities-Mixed Chorus, Financial Committee Chairman, Honor Society. Sindelar, Gladys-Glad Favorite Subject-Trig. Most worthwhile thing learned-Bohemian. Ambition-To be successful. AwardseMixed Chorus Letter. Activi- tieseSenior Cabinet, Gift Committee, Honor Society, Student Council. Skiha. Elizabeth-Betty Favorite' Subjecte English with Miss Hogan. Most Worthwhile thing learnedfShorthand. Ambition-To be a stenographer. Smith. Esther Lee-Es Favorite Subject-Spanish with Miss Cady. Most worthwhile thing learned--Spanish. Ambition-Housewife. ActivitiesfGAA. Solotky. Ierry-Solot's Favorite Subject-Biology. Ambition-Modeling. Awards-eTrack Letter. Sonneitner, Geraldine-Gerry Favorite Subject-Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned--How to get along with others. Ambition-Whatever I succeed in. Activities -Student Council, Scroll, Service Guild, Honor Society. Srmek. Florence-Smerk Favorite Subjecteiournalisrn. Ambition-To grow up and act my age. Activities--Scroll, Honor Society, Senior Play, Student Guidance, Stu- dent Council, Service Guild, Secretary of 1948 Class. Starostka, Helen-Red-eye Favorite Subject-U. S. History twith Mr. Fisherl. Most worthwhile thing learned-Self-Confidence. Ambition-Travel in the States. Stastney. Claire-Susie Favorite SubjectACivics. Most Worthwhile thing learned-How to speak Spanish. Ambition-To be a good housewife. Sykora, William-Bill Favorite Subject-Electric shop. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to make friends. Ambition-Electric Engineer. .Activities--Boys' Cho- rus, Baseball, Football. Tauchen, Russ-Tex Favorite' Subject-Gym. Most worthwhile thing learned4'l'hat school is better than work and a lot more fun. Ambition-To become a singer on the radio. Awards-BAA Award. Tomschin, Darlene--Tommie Favorite Subject---U. S. History. Most worthwhile thing learned--How to get along with others. Ambition-Private Secretary. AwardsAGAA Pin, Chorus Letter. Activities-Service Guild, Scroll, Election Committee, Finance Committee. Seebock. Fern-I-'ou I-'ou Favorite SubiectAAlgebra. Most worthwhile thing learned-Steno. Ambition-Secretary. Selir. Felicia-Phyle Favorite Subject-Orchestra. Most worthwhile thing learned- -How to get sick when a test is coming. Ambition-To marry a trumpet player. Activities-Orchestra, Girls' Chorus, Service Guild. Silverstein, Leonard-Lenny Favorite Subject-Lectures with Miss Iorgenson, Most worthwhile thing learned-How to enter the future as a man. Ambition-To become a millionaire. Activities-College Day Committee, Movie Operator. Simmons, Blanche-Bla Favorite Subiect--English with Miss Hogan. Most worthwhile thing learnedAHow to keep friends. Ambition-To raise a football team that Farragut can be proud of. Activities-Honor Society, Student Council, Senior Cabinet, Service Guild. Slama, Robert-Bob Favorite Subject-Boys' Chorus. Most worthwhile thing learned-- How to make friends. Ambition4To get married. Awarde-2 Boys' Chorus Letters. Activities-Senior Cabinet, Honor Society, Student Guidance, Boys' Chorus. Smiciklas, Dorothy--Smickie Favorite SubjectfU. S. History with Miss Geer. Most worthwhile thing learned-That things do not always go the way you plan them. Ambition-To become successful in the advertising field. Awards- SUD Point GAA Pin, GAA Letter. Activities4Senior Cabinet, Honor Society, Class Day Committee, Student Guidance, Service Guild, Busi- ness Manager of Scroll. Soucek, Iames-lim Favorite Subject-Printing. Most worthwhile thing learned-To be on time. Ambition-Printer. Sramek. Norma A.-Sunny Favorite Subject-U. S. History. Most worthwhile thing learned- Ability to enjoy to learn. Ambition-To go to Czechoslovakia in 1948 for the Sokol Slet. Awards-GAA 500 Point Pin, GAA Letter and 3 Chevrons, 2nd prize in essay contest. Activities-Student Guidance, Ser- vice Guild, Honor Society, Advertising Manager of Scroll, GAA Exec- utive Board, Senior Play Committee, Mixed Chorus. Stone. Pauline-Porkey Favorite Subject-Gym. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to get along with people. Ambition'eTo get married. .Awards-GAA Letter and Pin, Mixed Chorus Letter. Activities---Prom Committee, Mixed Cho- rus, Honor Society. Svoboda. Rose-Blondie Favorite Subject-Algebra with Miss Morgan. Most worthwhile thing learnedelt pays to be friendly. Ambition4'To settle down and raise a baseball team. Activities-Hostess at Social Center, Service Guild. Tuchten. Harold-Tuck Favorite Subject-Science. Most worthwhile thing learned-To influ- ence people. Ambition-To understand people. Awards-l Basketball Letter. Turek. Robert-Bob Favorite Subject--Physics. Most worthwhile thing learned-Work gets results. Ambition-To lead a happy and normal life. Awards- Football Letter, Latin Certificate. 4. ., -EL 5 W W xii? :sz ii? ah ff b 333353 S 1 K -Q if gk if ,qu 1 t l 1 Site Va Vesely, Charles-Chuck CALM of 5186111611 7948 cek. Gladys-Viki Vizek. Iercme--Viz Favonte Suloyect Conoert C11-hr-tstra. Most v.1o1thWh1le tlunq learned Favorite Suhjfft -l3hys1cs. Most wotthwlule thtnq learned- Football, To loo 1ndeper1d'?n1. .AH1l'l1'lCI1 To beccnze a succffsful smam, Azxbxtton Prfztffssional football playa, Awards Foctba1lLettl1' Ch:- Awarcis Orchestra Pm and 4 Guards, Cgv1c Chevlozx. Ac:t1v1t1es 111s Leiter. Con:-et: Orchestxx Vue-Pres1dfi:1t, Senlor Cabinet, H0151 Sovtety, S111 Vrba, Louis-Louie Favorite Sl1l'Jjl:C1 Mechfxnicrrl Drawmq. Most worthwhlle tlimq learned C1Vics and nxevhanlcal dtawing. An1lo1t1on Machinist, dcnt Guxdance, Student Counctl. Favomte Subject lfncghsh w1tl1 Mlss Hogan. Most wortlwlnle thtnq learned l-low to aft along w1t31 people. Arnrzrton To bl a dxaftstnan, Awards Football LQ-tters, BAA Slzlelzi. Ac'-t1v1t1:s fEcys Chorus. Videgcxr. DoloreseVidegcr Favortte Subject German wtth Mrs, Mills. Most Worthwhile thinfg learned That a smile will always get you farther than a qrouch. AHlbl'lOH To get ltctpputeszs out ot ltie. Awatds GAA l,otfes1 and lst Chevron, GAA P111. ,A.Cf1Vl.flES Honor Society, Muced Clrczus, Sttzdczi' Wagner, Gilbert-Gil Ya Gurdance. Yeager, LGVQIHSALOVY Favorxte Sub1ect Eleotlc shop, Most wc1tl1',vh1le fhina learned'-To make hlencls. Artthmon-Elerftru'-1an. Awards Mixed Chorus Letter. Acttvittese-Service Guild, Mlxed Chorus, Banquet Cornmtttee, Clean- up Club. fuends fast. Arnhmon To work tn an ofhce. Ziech, Elaine-Zeke Favortte Subject Chem1st1y, Most Worthwh1le thmq lc,-arncd To under- nzul Frances..-Fran stand a football game. A111b1t1or1 Med1cal Seem-tary. Act1v1t1es Hon- Favortte Subyezit Hlsiory. Mos: waitin-:k1l2 'hmq learned T11 qe: nlmq UT SOGQYY, 51211101 Cucirwf Siudeht Ccunczl, Servwe Gu1ld, Mmnthon with people. A:1,b1t1o1L -To bc :I success 5' fZl'l'y'fli1HQ l do. Awards SW1111 Club- GAA Le-tier and 4 Cltevrons. ACllX7lflGSfM1XGd Chorus, Semor 'Tea and Dance Commtttec, GAA Executtve Board, fy f to 'lm Z A 16 dev, Vx f . 311 is b x v ' 5- f I-5' PROP MUCKASOU THE COLLEGE Bus Y Faom Kmamagoo 25 QUT-T.S H164-4 .Sem-cool. v ff SV I 6 A XJ :Cp Q ' h.--- ca - KV " .5 S l I , " Au K im .O ' RAOUP1 ., XXX G TE wwf 34 Favcrne Subtest -Foods. Most worthwhlle thlnq learned-To make -L 41, m,,,,,, of ow. mf Our dear classmate, Dolores Schrein was born November 1, 1930. She graduated from Mason Iune of 1944. While there, she met and kept many friends by her friendly nature and gift for laughter. Upon entering Farragut High in September, 1944, she took an active part in the numerous activities, such as the GAA and the Service Guild, but still found time for her love of sports and her Work with the Senior Girl Scouts. On September 29, 1944 she left behind the ones who loved her, but even now, though she is gone, her memory is still bright in the hearts of all who knew her. I cannot say and I,Will not say That she is dead, she is just away! With a cheery smile and a Wave of the hand She has wandered into an unknown land. And lett us dreaming how very fair It needs must be since she lingers there And you-oh-you, Who the wildest yearn For the old time step and the glad return. Her friends: Lorraine Pesa Gloria Sieber Carol Gumtow Ieanne Bloom Ioan Valenta Arlene Terch Vera Lindsey Arlene Vojtech 35 College Day at Farragut, Dec. 5, 1947, when 3A's and 4B's sign up for their favorite college. Cornell College representative talking to a group in the Social Room. The representative of Roosevelt College showing a group of enthusiasts pictures of class rooms and equipment. A representative of Chicago's Association of Nurses telling interested girls the courses needed for a nursing career. N... X "l-IILLBILLY SUE," IAN. '48 SENIOR PLAY 2. Introduction by the Hungry Five 3. How about a taste of that Triple "X"? 4. Hold yer fire, Pardner 5. THE CAST--Florence Srmek, Iimmy Kasl, Dolores Miller. Bill Mcxlmborg, Sylvia Schultz, Larry Pecina, Elaine Zeich, Gertrude Katz. if gif une KKQJJ O icem fqcfurecl jkeir ,NUM President-Paul Baldrid ge. Here's that mellow fellow. Vice-PresidentfTony Sinskey. Tony sinks the shots. Secretary-Vera Lindsey. Pl ay it again, Vera. TreasurereBcrrbara Trojan. Typing for the LOG is fu 1'1. 37 fed l . W8 CKGL55 of june Anderson. Kenneth-Ken Favorite Subject----Geometry. Most worthwhile thing learned -To be a student. Ambition-To be a millionaire. Awards- Civic Letter. Ac- tivities--Student Guidance, Cap and Gown Committee. Anderson, Raleigh-Andy Favorite Subject--Civics. Most worthwhile thing learned-German. Ambition-To enter Annapolis through the Marines. Activities -Base' ball, Student Council, Senior Cabinet, Basketball, Chairman of Col- lege Day Committee. Babka. Elaine-Inky Favorite Subject --Transcription. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to get along with people. AmbitioneTo be a good secretary. Awards -GAA Pin. ActivitiesfStudent Council, Service Guild, Orchestra, Cap and Gown Committee, Library Helper, Honor Society. Battaqlia, Ioe-Little One Favorite Subject-Priritshop. ActivitieseSenior Tea, Senior Play. Awards -eMixed Chorus Letter. Beaton, Iacqueline-Iackie Favorite Subject -Clothing. Most worthwhile thing learned--Typing. AmbitioneTo make something ot myself. Activities-Cap and Gown Committee. Benisek. George-Butch Favorite Subject-Civics. Most worthwhile thing learned-The fun! damentals of Physics. Ambition-To hunt and fish for a living. Awards -Swimming Letter, Boys' Chorus Letter, Mixed Chorus Letter, Two Intramural Basketball Awards. Activities'--Student Council, Student Guidance, Senior Cabinet, College Day Committee, Honor Society, Boys' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Color, Motto, and Flower Committee. Beranek. Ioseph F.-Ioe Favorite Subject---German. ' Most worthwhile thing learned--To as- sociate with others. Ambition-To study law and use it in business. Activities-Concert Band. Beranek, Ioseph I.-Pep Favorite Subject--Physics. Most worthwhile thing learned--Mechanical Drawing. Ambition-Engineer. Activities-Advanced Printer. Bemas. Lorraine-Tibby Favorite Subject -Band. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to ap- preciate good music. Ambition-To make someone a good wife, Awards +8 Band Medals. Activities-Prom Committee, Senior Cabinet, Girls' Chorus, Honor Society. Bieber. Arthur-Flash Favorite Subject--German. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to get along with girls. Ambition-Make a million and retire. Awards---Two Baseball Letters, Football Letter, Boys' Chorus Letter. Activities-Class gag Committee, Senior Tea and Dance, Senior Play Committee, Senior a inet. Bilek. Gloria-Glory Favorite Subject--'Clerical Practice. Most worthwhile thing learned- The teacher knows best. AmbitioneTo travel. Activities-Senior Tea Chairman. Bilek. Otto Favorite SubjecteLaw. Most worthwhile thing learned-Cooperation. .lgimliition-To become a lawyer. Activities-Student Guidance, Baseball, as etball. Boubelik, Charles-Maestro Favorite Subject-Chemistry. Ambition-Symphony Conductor. Awards -3 Band Letters. Activities-Public Address System, Blueprinter. Bowman, William-Bill Favorite Subject-History. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to make friends and keep them. Ambition-To write a novel. Activities--Chain f man of junior Prom, Senior Prom Committee, Finance Committee, Scroll Reporter, Boys' Chorus. Breskey. Virgil-Virg Favorite Subject---Boys' Chorus. Most worthwhile thing learned-Girls cannot compete against the opposite sex. Ambition--'Traveling Sales- man. Awards --Movie Operator Letter. Activitiese Boys' Chorus. Burcham, Don-Burch Favorite Subject--A-Printing. Most worthwhile thing learried!All Sciences. Ambition-To be an optician. Activities-Finance Committee, Boys' Cho- rus, Advanced Printer. Burrows. Reginald-Req Favorite Subject- German. Most worthwhile thing learned--Teamwork, Ambition-Baseball player. Awards-Baseball Letter, Band Letter, 5 Band Medals, Orchestra Letter. ActivitiesfGift Committee, Student Counci . Capek. Geraldine-Gerry ' Favorite Subject-Clerical Practice. Most worthwhile thing learned- Getting along with others. Ambition-Stenographer. Activities-Glee Club. Baldridqe, Paul--The Prowler Favorite Subject---Band. Most worthwhile thing learned--How to win friends and influence people. Ambition-Mad musician in a sym- phony. AWardsefBarid Letter, l2 Medals, Orchestra Pin, 3 Guards. Activities -Senior Class President, Student Council, Senior Cabinet, Boys' Club Band, Coast Guard Band, Senior Play. Barciak. Irene-Ike Favorite Subject --History. Most worthwhile thing learned-How, by getting along with others and understanding them, one will get much farther in this large world of ours. Ambition-To be a secretarY- Awards Girls' Chorus Letter, GAA Pin. Bennett. Ethel-Etke Favorite Subject--German. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to work and have fun with all people. AmbitionfSocial worker. Activi- ties--Girls' Chorus, Class Day Committee, Service Guild, Editor ot "Fare ragut Flashes" in West Side News and "News and Facts" in Community Reporter. Beran, Iohn-Butch Favorite Subject-Electric Shop. Most worthwhile thing learned-Algch bra, Ambition--To go fishing and own a resort. Activities--Boys' Cho- rus, Baseball, Basketball. Bertino. Anthony--Tony Favorite Subject---German. Most worthwhile thing learnedel-low to dance. Ambition---To go to California. Awards--2 Boys' Chorus Let- ters. Activities-Boys' Chorus, Senior Prom Committee. Bezdek, Elaine-Zlato Favorite Subjectn Orchestra. Most Worthwhile thing learnedfHoW to play a string instrument, Ambition-Private Secretary. Activities-Com cert Orchestra, Student Council, Service Guild. Bcqda. Rose Marie-Rosie V Favorite Subject--Spanish. Most worthwhile thing learned-f-U. S. His- tory. Ambition-Nurse. Borlick. Paul-Polock Favorite SubjectfCivics. Most Worthwhile thing learnedfFoods. Am- bition-To see the world. Activities-Color, Motto, and Flower Com- mittee, Boys' Chorus. Brodnicki, Robert,-Frankie Favorite SubjectffPhysics. Most Worthwhile thing learned-fNot to han- dle explosives carelessly. Ambition-Lawyer. Brown. Lutucia-Tissues Summer School Graduate Most worthwhile thing learned-Music. Ambition-To learn to dance. Carrabotta, Leonildo-Nilda Favorite Subject-Spanish. Most worthwhile thing learned-Tolerance. Ambitionv-Homemaker. Activities-Student Council, Mixed Chorus, Hon- or Society, Senior Tea and Dance, Cavener. Donna-Okie Favorite Subject- Physics. Most worthwhile thing learned- -People are people and you can't get around it. Ambition -To be a psychiatrist. Activities--College Day, Senior Play, Honor Society. J iikf 'MT' 431' f' wwf,- E 5.- We m' ,nr 34? 'Hw- 'i 39 fiom Croasdale, Ronald-Hon f7l,e Chin of june 194 Cermak. Charles-Chuck Favorite Subject-German. Most worthwhile thing learned--Math. Am- bition-Electrician. Awards-3 Band Medals, BAA Shield. Chcxrvcrt, Shirley-Shirl Favorite Subject-Home Management. Most worthwhile thing learned -Getting along with people, especially teachers. Ambition-Secretary. Activities-Banquet Committee. Chester. Sara-Too Ties Favorite Subject-Typing. Most worthwhile thing learned--Getting along with other people. Ambition-Nurse. Cichon. Dick-Chick Favorite Subject-Cooking. Most Worthwhile thing learned--Advance Printing. Ambition-To have a steady job at a bank that pays well. Activities-Boys' Chorus, Basketball. Ciolkowski. Han-iette-Hank Favorite Subject-Geometry. Most worthwhile thing learned--Fun is achieved only by working tor it. Ambition-To be happy. Awards- Typing Awards. Activities-Honor Society, Editor of Log, Student Coun- cil, National Scholastic Society. Collins. Lee Roy Favorite Subject--Civics. Most worthwhile thing learned-Cooperation with others. Ambition-Business Executive. Awards-Chorus Letter. Ac- tivities-Boys' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Service Guild, Iunior Prom Com- mittee, Senior Tea and Dance, Senior Prom Committee. Czerwinski. Frank-Polack Favorite Subject-Mechanical Drawing. Most worthwhile thing learned -Cooking. Ambition-To draw cartoons. Awards-Movie Operator Let- ter. Activities--Ring and Pin Committee, Movie Operator, Football, Dachman. Leonard-Doc Favorite Subject-German. Most worthwhile thing learned-Music. Am- bition-Business man. Activities-Boys' Chorus, Cap and Gown Com- mittee. Drackner. Phyllis--Phil Favorite Subject-Steno. Most worthwhile thing learned-Making new friends in the band. Ambition---To be a success in whatever vocation I choose. Awards-Band Medal, Orchestra Pin, Epstein. David-Eppy Favorite Subject-Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned-To get along with people. Ambition-Business man. Activities-Movie Oper- ator, Concert Band, Basketball. Awards-3 Swimming Letters. Esner. Iames-lim Favorite Subject-Boys' Chorus. Most worthwhile thing learned-To set jobs in Print Shop. Ambition-Butcher. Awards-Movie Operator Letter, Boys' Chorus Letter. Activities-Movie Operator, Boys' Chorus. Punta. Richard-Ginqo Favorite Subject-History. Most worthwhile thing learned-Teamwork counts. Ambition--Famous sportsman in the field ot hunting, Awards- 3 Swimming Letters, 2 Football Letters, Life Saving Award, BAA Shield. Activities-Senior Tea and Dance, Senior Play Committee, Decoration and Invitation Committee, Service Guild, Swimming Team, junior Prom Committee, Football. Filuk. Ioseph-Ioe Favorite Subject-Mechanical Drawing, Most worthwhile thing learned -Mechanical Drawing. Ambition-Linotype Operator. Activities-Stu- dent Council, Senior Tea and Dance. Filip, Alice-Al Favorite Subject-Clerical Practice. Most worthwhile thing learned- Grammar. Ambition--Executive. Activities-Student Council, Gift Com- mittee, Student Guidance, Service Guild. Firtik, Virginia-Virq Favorite Subject--English. Most worthwhile thing learned-Typing. Am- bition-Bookkeeper. Fremer. Mary Ann-Frenchie Favorite Subject-Band. Most worthwhile thing learned -To appreciate good music, Ambition-To play the French horn as a profession. Ac- tivities-Student Guidance, Motto and Flower Committee, Honor Society, Boys' Club Band, Concert Band and Orchestra. Awards-Band Letter, 4 Guards, 12 Medals, 4 Pins, Orchestra Pin. Frishman. Ierome-Fritz Favorite Subject-U. S. History. Most worthwhile thing learned -To get along with other people. Ambition-Sports Writer. Awards- Basketball Team Award. Activities-Basketball, Finance Committee. Garasic. Robert--Bob Favorite Subject-American Social Problems. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to swim. Ambition-To become a baker. Awards - -Mixed Chorus Letter, Boys' Chorus Letter, Activities-Mixed Chorus, Boys' Cho- rus, Senior Dance, Service Guild. Christoft, Blanche-Chris Favorite Subject-Clerical Practice. Most worthwhile thing learned- How to get along with my classmates. Ambition-Secretary. Activities -Girls' Chorus, Honor Society. Chylik. William-Bill Favorite Subject-Art. Most worthwhile thing learned-The ability to adjust myself to other people. Ambition-To live thei life of a rich man. Activities-Service Guild. Comin. Harry-Nimoc Favorite Subject-Commercial Law. Most worthwhile thing learned- to act my age. Ambition-Dentist. Favorite Subject-English. Most worthwhile thing learned-To make friends. Ambition-To be successful. Awards -2 Football Letters. Ac- tivities-Iunior Prom Committee, Boys' Chorus, Football, Senior Tea and Dance, Senior Dance. Dvorak. lean-I-'umiac Favorite Subject-Economics. Eberle, Edna-Dolly Summer School Graduate Favorite Subject-German. Most worthwhile thing learned-To get along with other people. Ambition-To succeed in life. Awards-Mixed Cho- rus Letter, Latin Award, Home Nursing Certificate. Activities-Service Guild, Motto, Flower and Color Committee. Fein, Marvin-Marv Favorite Subject-History. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to get along with people. Ambition-To be in business. Activities-Band, Stu- dent Council. Ficenc. Violet-Pecka Favorite Subject--Home Management. Florian. Adolph-Stash Favorite Subject---Mechanical Drawing. Most worthwhile thing learned -To like my English teacher. Ambition-Drafting engineer. Awards- 2 BAA Emblems. Activities-Honor Society, Senior Play Committee. Freeman. Lorraine-Punky Favorite Subject-Clothing. Most worthwhile thing learned-To cooper- ate with my teachers. Ambition-To be a good housewife. Awards- Mixed Chorus Letter. Garnik. Irving Favorite Subject- -Chemistry. Ambition -Chemical Research. Awards- BAA Shield. Gazda, Dolores-Gaczda Favorite Subject--Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned -To keep smiling in spite ot some people. Ambition---Spanish translator. Q, ggi in ' xp We 2' wif 3 f ww K F' t j L L , ai. cf... of 9... 794 Geary. Marian-Martie Favorite Subject-Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned--To make friends and influence certain people. Ambition---To grow tall and be a painless dentist. Awards- -Honorable Mention Book Week Contest. Ac- Evities--Honor Society, Student Council, Scroll Staff, Senior Tea and EIHC9. Goldberg. Edna Favorite Subject A--- -Economics. Most worthwhile thing learned--Getting along with people. Ambition-To become a private secretary. Greqorowicz, Stephanie-Steiiy Favorite Subject-Typing, Most worthwhile thing learned--To get along with other people. Ambition- -Nurse. Awards-Latin Certificate, Home Nursing Certificate. Activities- -Orchestra, Honor Society, Service Guild, Official Typist for The Log. Harrison, Robert-Bob Favorite Subject-Print Shop. Most worthwhile thing learned-To set up goals in life and to achieve them. Ambition-Printer. Awards-2 Bas- ketball Shields, Volleyball Shield. Activities-Honor Society, Senior Cab- inet, Mixed Chorus. Havelka. Charmaine No favorite subject. No ambition. No awards. Hawk. Cynthia-Cyn Favorite Subject-History. Most worthwhile thing learned--Art. Ambi- tion-To travel and paint. Hess. Dolores-Dee Most worthwhile thing learned-How to get along with others. Ambi- tion-To go to University of Illinois. Awards-GAA Pin and Letter. Ac- tivities-Service Guild, Senior Cabinet, Honor Society, Scroll, junior Prom Committee, Invitation and Decoration Committee, GAA Executive Board, Corresponding Secretary of GAA. Hirtel. Delores-Hirtel Favorite Subject-Dress Design. Most worthwhile thing learned-How valuable good friends are. Ambition-Motion picture dress designer. Activities--Orchestra, Girls' Chorus, Honor Society, Student Guidance, Cheerleaders-Club, Invitation and Decoration Committee. Hitter. Shirley Mae-Hitter Favorite Subject---Study. Most worthwhile thing learned-To appreciate my friends. Ambition--To be a good housewife. Homolka, Frank-Herman Favorite Subject-Civics. Most worthwhile thing learned -How to get along with people. Ambition -Military career. Awards-Intramural Bas- ketball Award, Baseball Manager's Letter. Activities-Boys' Chorus. Hood, William D. Ir.-Bill Favorite Subject-Mechanical Drawing. Most worthwhile thing learned - -How to plan your own home. Ambition-Agricultural executive. Awards-Track Letter. A.ctivities-Class Day. Hrabec, lean-Ieannie Favorite Subject-Clerical Practice. Most Worthwhile thing learned- How to get along with others. Ambition-To be happy. Awards-Cha rus Letter. Activities-Girls' Chorus, Iunior Prom Committee, Senior Tea and Dance Committee, Finance Committee, Banquet Committee. Hudec. Ronald-Hud Favorite Subject--Physics. Most worthwhile thing learned -Silence is golden. Ambition-Doctor. Activities--Honor Society, Senior Cabinet, Senior Play Committee, Invitation and Decoration Committee, Service Guild, Swimming Team, Band, Orchestra, Student Council. Awards-- Band Letter, 7 Band Medals, 4 Swimming Letters, Civic Letter and Chev- ron, Orchestra Pin, Senior Life Saving and Water Safety Card. Husarik. Jacqueline-Iackie Favorite Subject-Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned-To be friendly. Ambition -Nurse. Awards--Mixed Chorus Letter, Home Nurs- ing Certificate. Activities-Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chorus, Banquet Com- mittee, Student Council. Hybl. Martin--Marty Favorite Subject--Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to getdalong with other people. Ambition-Businessman. Awards-2 Band Me a s. Ianda, Rudolph-Rudy Favorite Subject-Electric Shop. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to cooperate with people. Ambition--United States Marine Corps Officer. Ianus. Ted-Thud Favorite Subject--Band. Most worthwhile thing learned -Cooperation leads to perfection. Ambition -To be happy in life. Awards-Band Let- ter, 9 Medals. Activities--Band, Orchestra, Gift Committee, Student Council, Senior Play, Boys' Club Band and Orchestra, Coast Guard Band. Ielinek, Iren-I Favorite Subject-Clothing. Most worthwhile thing learned--Clothing, Ambition--Fashion Designer. Activities - Mixed Chorus, Senior Tea and Dance Committee, Honor Society. Gumtow. Carol-Lorac Favorite Subject-Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to get along with people. Ambition-Graduate Nurse. Awards-Orchestra Pin, GAA Pin. Activities-Service Guild, Girls' Chorus, Pin and Ring Committee, College Day Vice-President. Hcmzlik. Lillian-Lil Favorite Subject-Biology. Most worthwhile thing learned-To succeed you must get along with everyone. Ambition-To see a one-hundred dollar bill. Awards-Senior Dance Committee. Hazucka. Betty Not graduating. Dropped out in 4A semester. Heller. Mildred-Millie Favorite Subject--Bohemian. Ambition-To travel. Hlubocky. Mildred-Millie Favorite Subject-Steno. Most worthwhile thing learned--Getting along with others. Ambition--To travel through Europe. Activities-Honor So- ciety, Prom Committee. Hodowal. Grace-Gracie Favorite Subject-Home Management. Most worthwhile thing learned- How to beat the tardy bell. Ambition-Marry a writer. Awards--lst and 3rd prize in book contest. Hradecky, Dolores-Dory Favorite Subject-Steno. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to ac- quire good friends and have fun. Ambition-Stenographer. Activities- Honor Society, Student Guidance, Girls' Chorus, Senior Tea and Dance Committee. Hrdina. Iames-Lefty Favorite Subject--Physics. Most worthwhile thing learned-To work with and enjoy different persons. Ambition--To be successful. Awards -Track and Baseball Letters. Activities-Finance Committee. Iantomo. Charles-Chuck Favorite Subject-Math. Most worthwhile thing learned -Mathematics. Ambition---Mechanical Engineer, Awards-Intramural Basketball Letter. Activities-Boys' Chorus. Irlbacker, Lorraine-I.or Favorite Subject-U.S. History. Most worthwhile thing learned-Getting along with people. Ambition-Typist. Activities--Senior Tea and Dance Committee. Ienicek, Shirley--Shirl Favorite Subject-Clerical Practice. Most worthwhile thing learned- Tolerance. Ambition--Office machine operator. Activities-Honor So- ciety, Student Council, Mixed Chorus, Ring and Pin Committee, Color, Motto, and Flower Committee. Kaczmar, Helen Favorite Subject-English. Most Worthwhile thing learned--Happiness is the most important thing in life. Ambition--To make others happy. Awards-Latin Certificate, Home Nursing Certificate. Activities- Honor Society, Log Editor, Pin and Ring Committee, Service Guild, Girls' Cho- rus, National Scholastic Society. y J Q 5 V2 2 f ' News f.-.:,f,x:vC + " ' I: 5 Q , gy M, in FC" vs an 9 J P., .Q 'E 355 fv M ii'-f md Q-v-A 5585- if-Q . SQ 'V' ' .1 5? M N, xi, AN ,. ,,--- X21 lf' -f Q Aida., QW ways. x new f : 3'1fq.Q Wm 43 1 L4 we Cfafffi of glfllfle Kumerska. John-lack Favorite Subject-History. Most worthwhile thing learned -Spanish. Am- bition-Mechonical Engineer. Awards---Student Council, Clean-Up Club. Kaminski, Iohn-Suuque Favorite Subject- Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned--How to influence people. Ambition --Salesman. Activities --Ring and Pin Com- mittee. Kcmak, Elaine-Honey Favorite Subject--Steno. Ambition --To be the manager of a baby de- partment. Awards-GAA Pin. Activities Gift Committee. Kuwakumi. Lily-Short Stop Favorite Subject ---- Art. Most worthwhile thing learned--How to get along with others. Ambition-Commercial Artist. Activities-Senior Cabinet, Scroll, Invitation and Decoration Committee. Keil, Ioan-Io Favorite Subject--Clothing. Most worthwhile thing learned-The value of friendship. Ambition--To be successful. Awards -Mixed Chorus Let- ter, Civic Award and Letter, Home Nursing Certificate. Activities--- Igllixiii Chorus, Ring and Pin Committee, Honor Society, Scroll, Service ui . Kent. Dorothy-Dor Favorite Subject----Clerical Practice. Most Worthwhile thing learned-- Ottice work. Ambition --Receptionist. Activities--Student Council, Ser- vice Gutld, Orchestra. Kirian. Charles-Chuck Favorite Subject--Civics, Most worthwhile thing learned-How to make friends. Ambition- -To lead a happy life. Klecan. Rudolph James-Bobo Favorite Subject -Mechanical Drawing. Most worthwhile thing learned --Mechanical Drawing, Ambition -Draftsman. Activities- -Movie Oper- ator, Clean-Up Committee, Senior Dance Committee. Klecan, Sylvia-Dolly Favorite Subject Bohemian. Most worthwhile thing learned-To make friends. Ambition- -To see the world, Kcmarewich. Dorothy-Dottie Favorite Subject Clerical Practice. Most worthwhile thing learned- - How to get along with others. Ambition -To be successful. Activities --Gift Committee. Konvalinka, Marion-Blondie Activities- -Girls' Chorus, Clean-Up Committee. Koren. Iulicm-Red Favorite Subject Physics. Most worthwhile thing learned-l-low to get along with people, Ambition To be successful. Awards -BAA Basket- ball Shield, Mixed Chorus Letter. Activities- Mixed Chorus, Finance Committee. Koura, Lillian-Lyl Favorite Subject German. Most worthwhile thing learned -To get along with people. Ambition Housewife. Awards--Girls' Chorus Letter. Kovcmda. Ed-Edu Favorite Subject Swimming. Most Worthwhile thing learned How to get along with people. Ambition -To travel. Activities-Movie Operator, Kowiel, Dorothy-Dodo Favorite Subject- -Civics. Most worthwhile thing learned-Friendship. Ambition -U. S. Wave. Activities -Honor Society, Color, Motto, and Flower Conzmittee. Kozumplik. Olga--Carrots Favorite Subject -Orchestra. Most worthwhile thing learned-To enjoy doing the things l feel must be done. Ambition -Politician, Awards- Scholastic Art Award, Orchestra Pin. Activities--- Senior Cabinet, Honor Society, invitation and Decoration Committee. Kratoska. Shirley-Shirl Favorite Subject -Clerical Practice. Most worthwhile thing learned Getting along with people. Ambition -Secretary. Awards Band Medal. Kressel, Iames-Kress Favorite Subject- Typing, Most worthwhile thing learned-How to get along with people, Ambition--Typesetter. Awards-Basketball Shield, Activities Senior Banauct Committee. Kaplan, LeRoy-Lee Favorite Subject- History. Ambition-Salesman. Awards -BAA Award. Karas, Lorrayne-Lori-y Favorite Subject--Band. Most worthwhile thing learned -To get along with people. Ambition---To be a good stenographer. Activities -Ban- quet Committee. Kielbusa. Edwin-Kelly Favorite Subject--Gym. Most worthwhile thing learned --Cooperation. Ambition--To play professional baseball. Awards-Baseball Letter. Kirchner. Elaine-E Favorite Subject- -Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned- -Friend- ship. Ambition- -Nurse. Activities-Senior Play Committee, Girls' Cho- YUS. Koci. Iune-Sniifles Favorite Subject -History. Most worthwhile thing learned--The ability to raise my marks. Ambition- Navy Nurse. Awards -Latin Award. Activities- Clean-Up Committee, Cap and Gown Committee, Invitation and Decoration Committee. Kolar, Lillian-Lill Favorite Subject-Steno. Most worthwhile thing learned- School can be interesting. Ambition--To travel. Awards --Civic Chevron. Activities- Honor Society, Girls' Chorus, Student Guidance, Scroll typist, Service Guild, Class Day Committee. Kormunda. Hana Favorite Subject- Steno. Most worthwhile thing learned To get along with others. Ambition-Nurse. Activities- - Girls' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Gift Committee, Cap and Gown Committee. Kctraba, Ruth-Punky Favorite Subject- Clerical Practice. Most Worthwhile thing learned- How to be a success in the business world. Ambition -To be success- ful. Awards-Band Medal. Activities- -Senior Tea and Dance: Color, Flower, and Motto Committee. Krahulec. John-Iohnny Favorite Subject- German. Ambition-To become a professional base- ball playcr. Awards--4 Baseball Letters, 3 Basketball Letters. Activities --Baseball Captain, Basketball Captain, Boys' Chorus, Service Guild. Krcmzer. Dolores-Dolly Favorite Subject- -German. Most worthwhile thing learned -How to Win friends and have fun. Ambition Housewife. Activities Girls' Chorus, Cap and Gown Committee. Kudfx. Betty-Betts Favorite Subject Steno. Most worthwhile thing learned To get along with others. Ambition Tc travel, Awards-Mixed Chorus Letter, Civic Chevron. Activities- Mixed Chorus, Honor Society, Student Guidance, Scroll, College Day Committee, Class Day, Student Council. Kula. Ioan-Ioanie Favorite Subject -Clerical Practice. Most worthwhile thing learned- How to get along with others. Ambition -To be successful. Activities - -Girls' Chorus, Senior Tea and Dance Committee, Senior Prom, Ban- quet Committee. Awards Girls' Chorus Letter. 4 - .mf afwf aa. W 5 J ,. .. if M -v :iw .fs :'a,-21151 wg- K A: "E r 35" ' -1 Q ' 2 ' W , . zu , 3 f Q- H E' F a, I ,ff lil . ' Q AW uhm M ., gg , ,f , f , . :S-9 - Amt 1 fm' b . M ,Il , I. .gym we 9 . ff Q Q 4 ff 1 DOM fb.. A f ' Qi if snr' ' fttif' ,..11:. A 4 HF 44 W 1 fsf wljixsi Q 'mizvi iw ' , -Q ,Q W ' ml M ,1.5 Ng 45 Jv- 1 ,I m Y , am ,1 . L ff Y 6 er ? N av f w ZfiHQ,'5Sgf5M:. . ,gk 5 ,5:4e'f?5 f'S?f1 X ' 'I 5533- Y a 1 4 I .,.4 .A ..,i,..,.,,, , T35 KW .fx jf., cf... .f 9... 194 Kulisek. Elsie-Boots Favorite Subject-Clerical Practice. Most worthwhile thing learned- To use various office machines. Ambition-IBM operator. Activities- Orchestra, Service Guild. Lakowitz. Beverly-Bev Favorite Subject--Social Studies. Most worthwhile thing learned-Ca operation. Ambition--To travel. Activities--Student Guidance, Student Council, Service Guild, Senior Tea and Dance, Gift Committee, Election Committee, Honor Society. Langer. Dolores--Do Do Favorite Subject-Girls' Chorus. Most worthwhile thing learned4Steno- graphy. Ambition----Stenographer. Awards-H Girls' Chorus Letter. Ac' tivities-Girls' Chorus, Class Day Committee. Lavko. Virginia--Ginny Favorite SubjectABiology. Most worthwhile thing learned-Men and boys are different. Activities--Color, Motto, and Flower Committee. Lazar. Sylvia-Rusty Favorite Subject-Economics. Most worthwhile thing learned--To get along with people. Ambition-To succeed. Activities-Honor Society. Lembitz. Shirley-Lern Favorite Subject-Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned--How to get along with others. AmbitioniWindow display designer. Activities el-lonor Society. Liewald. Charles Richard-Chuck Favorite Subject-Bohemian. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to play a clean football game. Ambition-Horticulturist. Awards-Foot- ball Letter. Lindsey. Vera-Veeda Baby Favorite Subject-Civics. Most worthwhile thing learned-The value of friendship. Ambition-eTo go to Northwestern. Awards--Latin Certificate, Girls' Chorus Letter. Activities4Secretary of June Class, Honor Society, Scroll Reporter, Girls' Chorus, Senior Cabinet. Loehmcm. Dolores-Pee Wee Favorite Subject---Lunch. Most worthwhile thing learned--How to make friends and influence people. Ambition-To get married. Activities-- Girls' Chorus, Service Guild, Senior Play Committee. Luczyn. Betty Lou-Taffy Favorite Subject-eClerical Practice. Most worthwhile thing learned - How to get along with people. Ambition--Comptometrist. Activities -Band, Service Guild, Prom Committee. Awardsffi Band Medals. Luke, Robert I.-Lippy Luke Favorite Subject-Civics. Most worthwhile thing learned-To use my brains to good advantage. AmbitioneTo make a success of myself. Activities--Student Council, Class Day Committee, Mixed Chorus, Band. Lukes. George-Lukes Favorite Subject-Mechanical Drawing. Most worthwhile thing learned -Electric Shop, Ambition-Engineer Draftsman. Activities-eS'ervice Guild. Mackovich. Mildred-Red Favorite SubjecteOrchestra. Most worthwhile thing learned- Making friends and influencing people. Ambition--To be a teacher. Awards- Orchestra Pin. Activitiese -Senior Banquet Committee. Marcus, Rose-Sparkles Favorite Subject-English. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to get along with people. Ambition-Dancer. Activities-Gift Committee. Mariotti, Nick-Murdock Favorite Subject-Mathematics. Most worthwhile thing learned-'The necessity of teamwork in studies and play. Ambition-To live in sunny California. Awards -3 Basketball Letters, Intramural Basketball Letter, Activities--Captain Basketball Team, Senior Cabinet, Senior Play Com- mittee. Masek. Florence-Flo Favorite Subiect-Steno. Most worthwhile thing learned-A-lf at first you don't succeed, try again. Ambition-To be happy. Activities-1-Girls' Chorus. Matousek. Dolores-Blondie Favorite Subject--Stenography. Most worthwhile thing learned--To get along with people. Ambition---Photographer. Maxwell. Esther Favorite Subject--Clerical Practice. Most worthwhile thing learnedv It pays to have friends. Ambition-To travel. Awards--Girls' Chorus Letter. Activities--Girls' Chorus. Langosch, Elmer Favorite Subject-Trigonometry. Most worthwhile thing learned--Ao counting. Ambition-C.P.A. Awards-2 BAA Shields in Basketball and Volleyball, Boys' Chorus Letter. Activities-Service Guild, Boys' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Election Committee. Lavitt. Ruth-Ruthie Favorite SubiecteGeometry. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to get along with people. Ambition-To go to college. Activities---Orches- tra, Student Guidance, Service Guild, Student Council, College Day Committee. Leshman. Elaine-Lesh Favorite Subject-Clothing. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to take transcription notes. Ambition-Private secretary. Licko. Mildred-Millie Favorite Subject--Accounting. Most worthwhile thing 1earnedvGetting along with others. Ambition-To lead a happy life. Activities-Honor Society, Mixed Chorus. AwardseMixed Chorus Letter. Lowe. Rose Marie-Babe Favorite Subject--Clothing. Most worthwhile thing learned-Making my own clothes. Ambition-To be a good wife. Activities-Pin and Ring Committee. Luchs. Carol-Lux Favorite Subject-Transcription. Most worthwhile thing learned--To get along with people. AmbitioneGraduate Nurse. Activities-Orchestra, Girls' Chorus, Baton Twirler, Student Guidance, Honor Society, Senior Dance Committee. Awards-eOrchestra Pin, GAA Pin. Much. Rosemarie--Rosie Favorite Subject--U. S. History. Most worthwhile thing learned-Short hand. Ambition-To do office work .Awards-Band Medal. Activities -Band. Machala. Ioe-Big Ice Favorite Subject-Mechanical Drawing. Most worthwhile thing learned -To know when to talk and when not to talk. Ambition-eBartender. Activities-Student Council, Senior Play Committee, Class Day Commit- tee. Awards-Football Letter. Martello. Gladys-Gladie Favorite Subject-Scroll. Most worthwhile thing learned-To get to know people. Ambition-Successful journalist and writer. Activities-Mixed Chorus, Girls' Chorus, Scroll Editor, Honor Society, Student Council, Col- lege Day and Senior Banquet Committees. Awards-Quill and Scroll Award, Civic Letter and Chevron, Mixed Chorus Letter. Martin. Marilyn--Mare Favorite Subjectw-Commercial Art. Most worthwhile thing learned-W To understan-:l the bulletins. Ambition-To get married. Activitiese Prom Committee, Invitation and Decoration Committee. McKinnon. Emest-Mac Favorite Subject-Physics. Most worthwhile thing learned-To use my own head. Ambition-To be a track star at Illinois. Awards--3 Track Letters, 2 Section Awards, 4 City Awards, 2 Cross Country Letters. Activities-Pin and Ring Committee. Meyerson, Dave S. Favorite Subject--Gym. Most worthwhile thing learned -How to play basketball. Ambition-To loaf. "lisa- f fb. ,-'- avg.:- ax 0-1 47 'V 1v""f 1 .lille Kfarid of june 1948 Michalak. Constance-Connie Favorite Subject-German. Ambition--To get the right blonde. Awards -Girls' Chorus Letter. Miller. Roslyn-Roz Favorite Subject-Biology. Most worthwhile thing learned-The abil- ity to get along with people. Ambition-To be a success in life, Activities-Invitation and Decoration Committee. Millman. Hazel-Haze Favorite' Subject-Algebra. Most worthwhile thing learned--To get along with the teachers. Ambition-To be a dancer. Activities-Cheer Leader. Orchestra. Moravec, Dolores-Do Do Favorite Subject----Shorthand. Most worthwhile thing learned-To get along with others. Ambition-To travel. Activities-Mixed Chorus, itufient Council, Class Day, Service Guild. Awards-Mixed Chorus e er. Moscinski, Herb-Herb Favorite Subject--Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to swim. Ambition-Mad drummer. Activities-Basketball team, Band, Orchestra, Service Guild. Awards-Movie operator Letter, Band Let- ter, 5 Band Medals, Orchestra Pin. Mrczek, Franklin-Mraz Favorite Subject-Band. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to get along with other people. Ambition-Live a successful life, Awards- 7 Band Medals, 3 Orchestra Pins, Band and Orchestra Emblems. Neuzil. George-Neuz Favorite Subject---Electric Shop. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to get along with people. Ambition ---- To own a summer resort. Ac- tivities-Service Guild, Movie Operator. Newman. Emery-Unk Favorite Subject--U. S. History. Most worthwhile thing learned--To learn how to understand people. Ambition-To be a C. P. A. Novak. Arlene Ann-Atl Favorite Subject-English. Most worthwhile thing learned-Punctual- ity and responsibility, Ambition-To obtain a degree in music and teach piano and vocal. Awards-Orchestra Pin, GAA 500 point pin, Red Cross Swim Card, First Aid Certificate. Activities'--Honor Society, Student Council, Orchestra, Orchestra Ensemble, Orchestra Contest, Scroll Advertising, Bookkeeper. Oeset, Ioseph-Slim Favorite Subject Shop, Most worthwhile thing learned Mechanical Drawing. Ambition-Machinist. Activities-Baseball, Track. Opielinski. 'lane-Ianie Favorite Subject German. Most worthwhile thing learned --Getting along with people. Ambition -To get married. Awards --Girls' Chorus Letter. Padrta. Eleanor-Al Favorite Subject---Biology, Most worthwhile thing learned--How to evaluate boys. Ambition---To be a rich man's widow. Activities - Color, Motto, Flower Committee. Pearl. Ernest-Ernie Favorite Subject-lournalism, Most worthwhile thing learned--How to get a lift home from school. Ambition--Music critic on a newspaper. Activities Honor Society, Movie Operator. Awards--Civic Award, BAA Chevron, Quill and Scroll. Pecharek. Marie-Pennsy Favorite Subject -Accounting. Activities- --Senior Dance Committee. Pelinka. Katharine lean-Kay Favorite Subject--Physics, Most Worthwhile thing learned-Coopera- tion. Ambition-To find happiness with that certain someone. Activities -Student Council, College Day Committee, Honor Society. Awards- Ouill and Scroll, 3 Band Medals, First Prize in Book Week Contest. Placek, Evelyn-Blondie Most worthwhile thing learned-To be on time. Ambition--To marry. Activities -Girls' Chorus, Service Guild, Latin Award. Podhevsek. Rose-Rosie Favorite Subject--Lunch. Most worthwhile thing learned-Steno. Am- bition -To be a private secretary. Polctsek. Martha-Marty Favorite Subject-English. Most worthwhile thing learned-Meeting and getting along with different people. Ambition-Private nurse. Awards--Mixed Chorus Letter. Activities-Service Guild. Misickc.. Audrey-Bunny Favorite Subject-Foods. Most worthwhile thing learned-Regard for the other fellow's opinion. Ambition-Good housewife. Activities-- Honor Society. Awards-Home Nursing Certificate, Latin Certificate. Moran, Patricia-Pat Favorite Subject-Lunch. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to talk. Ambition--To make 33200.00 a week. Awards-Girls' Chorus Letter. Mrzyqlod, Stanley-Tiny Favorite Subject-Mechanical Drawing. Most worthwhile thing learned -Mechanical Drawing. Ambition-Art Engineer. Activities-Log Staff. Neumann. Winifred-Winnie Favorite Subject-Girls' Chorus. Most worthwhile thing learned-To make friends. Ambition-To be a success in life. Activities--Girls' Chorus, Senior Dance Committee. Nudera, Jerome-Ierry Favorite Subject-Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned-Math. Ambition-Professional musician. Activities--Band, Orchestra, Senior Play, Senior Tea and Dance. Awards-Band Letter, Orchestra Letter, BAA Award, 6 Band Medals, Orchestra Pin and 2 Guards. Nuskiewicz. Carolyn-Blondie Favorite Subject-German. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to make friends and keep them. Ambition-Beautician. Pavlus, Paul--Pablo Favorite Subject-German. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to make and keep friends. Ambition -Be a success in lite. Awards- lntramural Basketball Award. Pawloski. Ioan-lay Favorite Subject -Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned-That suc- cess depends on knowledge and ambition. Ambition -To be a bacte- riologist and win the Nobel Prize. Activities-Honor Society, Finance Committee. Awards--Auxilium Latinum Medal in 1946 and l947, Illi- nois Latin Contest Excellent Award. Pesa. Lorraine-Red Favorite Subject---Band. Most worthwhile thing learned--The value of true friends. Ambition-To meet and marry my ideal. Activities Band, Honor Society, Senior Cabinet, Prom Committee, Service Guild. Awards -Band Letter, 7 Band Medals, S rating in city-wide solo contest. Peshkin. Alan-Buddy Favorite Subject-Social Problems. Most worthwhile thing learned- How to read poetry. Ambition-To learn. Activities--Student Council, Band. Awards -BAA Award, Band Medal. Pospisil. Otto-Pops Favorite Subject-Trigonometry. Most worthwhile thing learned---How to solve problems through scientific thinking. Ambition-Chemical en- gineer. Awards-Band Letter, 3 Swimming Letters Prcxsky. Ruth-Rhubarb Favorite Subject-Shorthand. Most worthwhile thing learned--Ability to talk easily to all people. Ambition-Do something worthwhile in my lifetime. Activities-Girls' Chorus, Honor Society, Invitations and Deco- rations Committee. Awards-Latin Superior Certificate, Girls' Chorus Letter. its Y a, A. N f 1 Ga? "-C.-"' A 51 if iv Q K .:..'A. gh G' ha 5? Q, 'ia wif., -vi w fy 4:4 if-if, N ' U ,nw 'VOR 49 Mu S jfte Cfaaa of yune 194 Premazon. Ioseph-Amazon Favorite Subject-eCivics. Most worthwhile thing learnediRespect of the rights ot others. Ambition-To be a lawyer. Activities-Football. Prochaska, Esther-Stinky Most worthwhile thing learned---To get along with people. Ambition- To be a policewomari. Prokey, Delores-Pinky Favorite Subject-Accounting. Most worthwhile thing learned-To get along with classmates. Ambition-Be happy. Activities-Scroll adver- tising manager. Ramey. Donald Favorite Subject-Mechanical Drawing. Ambition---Architectural Dratts- man. Ratay. Ioseph-Ioe Favorite Subjecte-Senior Science. Most worthwhile thing learnede How to get along with the teachers. Regan, Charlotte Summer School Graduate Favorite Subject--Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to appreciate people. Ambition-To become a good nurse. Rovner. Sylvan-Syl Favorite Subject--Dancing. Transferred to Hyde Park in 4A semester. Ruback. Donald-Rube Favorite Subject--Woodshop. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to get along with friends. Ambition-Owner of a large farm or ranch. Ruttenberq, Bernard-Bernie Favorite Subject'-English. Most worthwhile thing learned-l-low much an education means. AmbitioneTo become a success, Scheriiius. Mary-Dimples Favorite Subject-History. Most worthwhile thing learned-To make friends. Ambition-Attend Illinois State Teachers' College. Activities ?Cap and Gown Committee, Service Guild. Awards' -GAA 500 Point in. Sieber. Gloria-Glor Favorite Subject-Steno. Most worthwhile thing learned-Personality counts. Ambition---To have a successful marriage. Awards--GAA Pin,dGirls' Chorus Letter. ActivitiesfSenior Dance, Student Guidance, Ban . Silverman. Arnold-Amy Favorite Subjecte-Mechanical Drawing. Most worthwhile thing learned -To get along with people. Ambition--Automobile designer. Activi- ties -Track Team, Mixed Chorus, Band. Sloboda. Ethel-Suzy Favorite Subject-Trigonometry. Most worthwhile thing learned -Co- operation. Ambition-Tc be a nurse. Awards -Mixed Chorus Letter, Latin Certificate, Home Nursing Certificate. Activities-Student Coun- cil, Service Guild. Sloznick. Dolores Favorite Subject ---Clerical Practice. Most worthwhile thing learned- Getting along with people. Ambition -Receptionist. Activities-Gift Corn- mittee. Sochor, Elvira-Al Favorite Subject Division. Most worthwhile thing learned- -Making friends. Ambition-Typist. ActivitieseElection Committee, Senior Tea and Dance. Stuebe. Ar!-Stuebe Favorite Subject-German. Most worthwhile thing learned- To get along with others. Ambition -Flight Engineer. Activities-Senior Tea and Dance. Awards-Band Letter and Medal. Sumertelt. Donald-Cheese Favorite Subject----English. Most worthwhile thing learnedeifo act my age. Ambition To settle down on a 240 acre farm, Svaida. Dolorel-Dody Favorite Subject-Concert Orchestra. Most worthwhile thing learned-e How to get along with all kinds ot people. Ambition--To teach in the musical tield. Awards -4 Orchestra Medals, Orchestra Pin and 3 Bars. Rada, Robert-Limpak Favorite Subject--Music. Most worthwhile thing learned-Initiative and Cooperation. Ambition- -Professional musician. Activities----Senior Cabinet, College Day, Class Day. Awards---15 Band Medals, Band Let- ter, Orchestra Letter, Orchestra Pin and 4 Guards, Band Vice-Presi- dent, Drum Major, Intramural Basketball Letter. Rahn. Bernice-Bonnie Favorite Subject--German, Activities-Girls' Chorus, Election Committee, Cap and Gown Committee. Ross, Frank-O'Puppy Favorite Subject-Math. Most worthwhile thing learned--To make friends. Activities-Boys' Chorus. Roth, Howard Favorite Subject-History. Most worthwhile thing learned-Respect for others. Ambition-eBusiness man. Activities-Service Guild. Awards --BAA Letter. Salamon, Richard L.-Solly Favorite Subject-Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learnedeknowl- edge. Ambition --To be a business man. Activities-Honor Society. Saubert. Isabelle-Nancy Favorite Subject-Typing. Most worthwhile thing learned-To get along with people. Ambition-To travel. Activities--Service Guild, Senior Tea and Dance, Girls' Chorus. Sinsky, Anton-Tony Favorite Subject---Mathematics, Most worthwhile thing learned---How to talk for yourselt. Ambition-To make a nice girl happy. Activities -Vice-President of Senior Class, Basketball Team, Senior Cabinet, Sen- ior Play, Boys' Chorus. Awards-2 Basketball Letters. Sklenar, Martha Mary-Mardy Favorite Subject -Bohemian. Most worthwhile thing learned --Short- hand. Ambition -Fountain manager. Awards-Mixed Chorus Letter. Activities-Honor Society, Service Guild. Stekly. Betty Iune-B. I. Favorite Subject English. Most worthwhile thing learned-To do unto others as I would like others to do unto me. Ambitionflrlousewife. Activities-Girls' Chorus, Gift Committee, Prom Committee. Strobel. Phyllis-Phila Favorite Subject Foods. Most worthwhile thing learned--It payslto make friends. Ambition-To travel. Activities-College Day, Service Guild. Svetic. Frances M.-Frankie Favorite Subject - Chemistry. Ambition-To be a flyer. Awards-- Orchestra Contest Pin, Orchestra Solo Medal, Movie Operator Letter. Szerwint, Andrew-Butch Favorite Subject Mechanical Drawing. Most worthwhile thing learned - Science. Ambition-To become a commercial artist, Awards -Bas- ketball Award. Hin- eww 'H'- S6 2 ,.,,, m y PW! 'We' was was 'M WBQ 4? 51 jfre Cfaafs of June 194 Terch, Arlene-Ar Most worthwhile thing learned-To make friends. Ambition-To move away from Chicago. Awards-Chorus Letter. Activities-Girls' Chorus, Honor Society, Scroll, Color, Flower and Motto Committee. Tischer. Audrey-Tish Favorite Subject-Steno, Most worthwhile thing learned-How to get along with people. Ambition-Private secretary. Activities-Honor Society, Service Guild, Band, Senior Tea Committee. Trexel. Lorraine-Trex Favorite Subject--Shorthand. Most worthwhile thing learned-Coop eration. Ambition---Secretary. Activities-Girls' Chorus, Banquet Com- mittee. Awards-Latin Certificate. Trucksa, Gerald-Jerry Favorite Subject-Print Shop. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to get along in society. Ambition-Printer. Awards--2 Band Medals. Activities-Service Guild. Tuma. Ioan-lo Favorite Subject-Shorthand. Most worthwhile thing learned-To get along with people. Ambition-Professional Accordionist. Awards- E. A. A. Letter. Activities-G. A. A., Mixed Chorus, Hall Guard, Gym elper. Uher, Marcella-Marcie Favorite Subject--History with Miss Meehan. Most worthwhile thing learned-lt pays to make friends. Ambition-To travel and lead an exciting life. Activities-Gift Committee, Girls' Chorus, Clean-up Rep- resentative, G. A. A. Vavra. Helen-Shy Favorite Subject-Clerical Practice. Ambition-To get married. Activi- ties-G. A. A. Vavrosky, Charles-Chuck Favorite Subject-Mechanical Drawing. Most worthwhile thing learned -lt takes skill and hard work to be a good draftsman. Ambition- Draftsman. Activities -Student Council, Track Team, Clean-up Club. Vidus. Louise-Sis Favorite Subject--Modern History. Most worthwhile thing learned- English. Ambition-To find happiness. Voitech. Arlene-Ar Favorite Subject- Biology. Most worthwhile thing learned-The value of friendship. Ambition- To succeed in all my undertakings. Activities f -Senior Cabinet, Honor Society, Girls' Chorus, Scroll reporter. Awards - Girls' Chorus Letter. Vondrak. Patricia-Pat Favorite Subject-American Social Problems. Most Worthwhile thing learned-To be sociable at all times. Ambition-To be a Physical Education Teacher. Activities-Swimming, Girls' Chorus, Orchestra, Leaders' Club, Prom Committee. Vopat. Lorraine-Lightning Favorite Subject--Home Management. Most worthwhile thing learned -How to say "Huh" more intelligently. Ambition -To have a won- derful life. Awards-Gift Committee. Warner. Emmitt--Curly Favorite Subject-German. Most worthwhile thing learned-To stick to a job until it is done. Ambition-To see the world. Activities- Swimming Club, Clean-Up Club. Weiner. Henry-Hank Favorite Subject--History. Most worthwhile thing learned-Do unto others as you would have them do unto you. Ambition-Army Rela-- tions Ofticer. Awards -BAA Shield. Activities --'Movie Operator. Wielqos. Donald-Yogus Favorite Subject-Mechanical Drawing. Ambition--To have my own Gas station. Winters, Iohn-Iack Favorite Subject--Accounting. Ambition-Accountant. Activities-Bas ketball. , Witzmcm. Doris Favorite Subject- -Typing. Most worthwhile thing learned-To get what you want you have to go after it. Ambition-Make a good wife. Wood. David-Woody Favorite Subject-Chemistry. Most worthwhile thing learned--All the Science Subjects. Ambition-To be a pressman and chemist. Activities -Student Council, Election Committee, Honor Society, Finance Com- mittee, Advanced Printing. Tmka. Geraldine-Gerry Favorite Subject-Iournalism. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to kid with the Scroll staff. Ambition-To be a successful journalist. Awards-Quill and Scroll Award, Civic Award, Mixed Chorus Letter. Activities--Honor Society, Student Guidance, Student Council. Troian, Barbara-Babs Favorite Subject- -Shorthand. Most worthwhile thing learned-To speak in front of a group. Ambition-To travel and see the world. Activities -Vice-president of Senior Honor Society, Treasurer of Senior Class, G. A. A., Girls' Chorus, Student Guild, Student Council, Iunior Prom, Senior Tea and Dance, Log Typist. Valenta. Ioan-Ioanie Favorite Subject-Advanced Algebra. Most worthwhile thing learned -The value of friendship. Ambition-To live in a small town far away from Chicago. Awards--Girls' Chorus Letter. Activities--Scroll Re- porter, Honor Society, Class Day Committee. Vasek. Rosemary-Rosie Favorite Subject-Biology. Most worthwhile thing learned-To express my own views and opinions. Ambition-To marry a doctor. Awards- Civic Award, Mixed Chorus Letter, 2 Latin Contest Certificates. Activi- ties-Scroll, Student Guild, Student Council, College Day Committee, Mixed Chorus, Class Day Committee, Business Iournalism, Senior Cab- inet, Honor Society. Vilimek. Patricia-Pat Favorite Subject-Stenography. Most worthwhile thing learned at school-How to get along with people. Ambition-To travel. Vobliza. Lillian-Lee Favorite Subject-Orchestra. Most worthwhile thing learned-People are only human. Ambition-To lead an all-male orchestra. Awards- 2 Orchestra pins and guard and medal contest. Activities-Concert Orchestra, Service Guild, Honor Society, Library Helper, G. A. A. Representative. Vrhel. Dorothy-Dot Favorite Subject--Clothing. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to get along with others. Ambition-Housewife. Activities-G. A. A., Cap and Gown Committee. Wagner, Sheldon-Shelly Favorite Subject---Band. Most worthwhile thing learned-To get along with my fellow classmates. Activities-Basketball, Baseball. Wilson. Lucille-Lulu Favorite Subject---Student Council. Most worthwhile thing learned- To make friends. Ambition-To keep myself and those I love happy. Activities-Student Council Delegate, Vice President S. C., Senior Cab- inet, G. A. A., Girls' Chorus, Honor Society, Invitation Committee for Senior Tea, Division President. Windhorst. Elaine-Billie Favorite Subject--Orchestra. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to tie a windsor knot in a tie. Ambition--to travel. Awards-Orchestra pin and guard. Activities-Scroll reporter, Honor Society, Orchestra Solo contest. Worst. Dolores Favorite Subject--Lunch. Most worthwhile thing learned-How to make friends. Ambition-To marry a certain someone. Awards-Girls' Cho- rus Letter. Activities-Service Guild, Student Guidance, Class Day Committee. Yagunic. Rose-Rosy Favorite Subject-Transcription. Most worthwhile thing learned-Not to be prejudiced. Ambition-Secretary. Activities-G. A. A., Senior Tea. Q'5v-A N X14 .,,. :jg wav , 3' ,W :ff Qu! si ' 'iff x wi ! C' .,,.A X al., -, " ' . 9' ..,.. fu 1 Hum. 'av in... di . YN., Q lm' 17 4' 'if u wx di' L.,..z?5m mf 23 5 5 'Y 1:31. 'ww 53 mv' jfte Cfaaa of June 7948 Zaborac. Ioseph-Ioe Favorite Subject- Gym. Most worthwhile thing learned- -How to play basketball. Ambition --To play professional basketball. AWardsf2 basketball letters, B. A. A. shield in basketball and softball. Activities -Service Guild, Boys' Chorus, Senior Election Committee, 2 years on basketball team. Zamlynski. Olqa-Ol Favorite Subject- German. Awards Girls' Chorus Letter. Zick. Rosemarie-Rosie Favorite Subject Chemistry. Ambition-Homemaker. Awards--Latin Certificate. Activities---College Day, G. A. A. Zrcxly. Caroline-Cure Favorite Subject -Biology. Most worthwhile thing learned- To get along with people. Ambition -A successful test pilot. Activities-- Scroll, Invitation and Decoration Committee. lfU'l'll'l'lQI" 3400! gl"a6!lflCLfQf5 Kaufman. Irene-Iny Favorite Subject---History. Most worthwhile thing learned -Tolerance. Ambition-To be happy. Activities--Honor Society, Student Guidance, Student Council, Service Guild, Senior Election Committee, Orchestra, Library Helper, Benko. Adele-Del Favorite Subject-Milt. Most worthwhile thing learend-To work a physics problem. Ambition-To travel. Awards -Cheer Letter, Chorus Letter, 500 Point Pin. Activities G.A.A. Executing Board, Girls' Chorus, Cheerleaders, Service Guild. Durmay. Florence-Flo Favorite Subject Economics. Most worthwhile thing learned --History. Ambition-To major in aeronautics in college. AWardsfG.A.A. Award. Plys. Frank-Goose Favorite Subject- Woodshop. Most Worthwhile thing learned-lt pays to behave yourself. Ambition---To be a professional football player. Awards-Football Letter. Rosenberg, Barnett-Rosey Favorite Subject-History. Most worthwhile thing learned--Haw to get along with other people. Ambition- -Electrical engineer. Koplin, Marjorie-Doll Favorite Subject-Biology. Most worthwhile thing learned- -Self-control. Ambition -Beauty Operator. Activities-Girls' Chorus, Service Guild. Lantgen. Deloris--Dee Favorite SubjectfClerical Practice. Most Worthwhile thing learned- - How to get along with people. Ambition---To travel. Shifrin, Seymour-Trigger Favorite Subject Civics, Ambition--Sports announcer, Activitiese Basketball. Vannelli, Ioan-Ioanni Favorite Subjectflflnglish. Most Worthwhile thing learned- -To work Cl physics problem. Ambition-Siewardess. Activities-Student Council, Library Helper. QR 2 22. 017' cfiuifiefi Indoor activities are as much fun as outdoor sports for "Old Man Weather" can not interfere here. Playing chess by the tire, photographing the gang at a party, making one's own Christmas cards on some lucky fellovv's press, or just dressing in native costume and singing for the pure joy of making ourselves heard are hobbies which bring contentment and pride to those who partake in them. 56 .I "M V, ww' -5 ' ,. .,,.. NV:- fw ' '- Y AQ: .K W1 w. A. - ,f 4, , it .iw ng, ifw M 'P ,Z , x wif I ,, 4 we ., S M ,N A X M xx x J' i AI Iii R4 if sf A X . 5 1 ,lg W gy, f ,ff ?b:WQ:.QT ' H555 UW E5 wr' wmv The Girls' Chorus is one of the oldest organizations at Farragut. About 130 girls meet every day and join their beautiful voices in blended harmonies. The joy and experience of singing together is a satisfying reward for the time and work in- volved. Tryouts are held at the beginning of every semester. All girls who have had one semester of music are eligible to join the Chorus. Good scholarship and good citizen- ship must be maintained for con- tinuous membership in the Girls' Chorus. GIRLS' CHORUS Row 1eHofIman, Hunt, Langer, Kocl, Opielinski, Hirtel, Ouska, Holler, Hesser, Skoc, Freeman Pow 7--Yrenek, Ie1inek,FeingoId, Bennett, Vostal, Krejck, Karasek, Pekarek, Couch, Christotf, Epstein, Vojtech, Lindsey Row 3-Pesso, Maxwell, Castek, Iaros, Fruhauii, Oratowski, Doyle, Burkhardt, Kral, Spoonhour, Prasky, Carlson, Komorous, Novak, Ruback How 4-Malecek, Lenoch, Selir, Miller, Hovorka, Pence, Halamo, Terch, Valenta, Benes, Kuncl, Hoss, Dudas, Laicha, Derer, Forst. i a,.a.......g MIXED CHORUS MIXED CHORUS-Row I-Keil, Sloboda, Hondlik, Hunter, Kuda, Owens, Licko Randle, Eberle, Mr. Staater. Row 2ABlaha, Husarik, Fingl, Tuma, Martello Fister, Sklenar, Trusik, Mueller, Daren. Row 3eBattaglio, Harris, Otto, Sloan Lindholm, Farber, Wojtkowski, Beranek, Papucci. Row 4vIarida, Mysicka, Blaha Koren, Benisek, Pecenka, Nadon, Wagner, Garasic, Dorimel. 58 Q it 9' GIRLS' CHORUS Row l-Raiman, Vana, Nemec, Velebil, Lerner, Schili, Gore, Campagna, Mason, Kurash, Faykosh Row 2-Hoffman, Cerny, Hrabec, Lcehman, Neumann, Deets, Suniclc, Simcek, Zeman, Pogacnik, Mudra, Kranzer, Moulis Row 3-Hahn, Podzimek, Kzel, Vondrak, Zraly, Wilson, Dusek, Osowski, Pavlik, Urbancik, Worst, Michalak, Trexel, Rosenthal, Moran, Kujawa Row 4 V-Rychlik, Matcha, Knez, Barciak, Novotny, Vesely, Pettis, Dvorak, Novak, Rudman, Kula. Cizek, Kosika, Huchas, Carlson, Goldstein The Boys' Chorus and the Mixed Chorus are Mr. Staat- er's pets. How those black bow ties do stand out and how good all the fellows look for the performances they give each semester. And what voices! BOYS' CHORUS Howl Lyicek, Slama, Iones, Elslager, Cyqan, Wiesmeyer, Isaacson. Bernstein, Meyers, Mr. Staater. How 2--Esner, Ruzicka, Krai, Pangrac, Collins, Schmidt, Miller, Vesely, Harris. Row 3- Ross, Goldman, Foss, Bowman. Hoffman, Wotjkowski, Bertino, Krahulec, Sinskey. Row 4wKatz, Huml, Dachman, Caba, Sievert, Nadon, Milburn, Cwik, Wielgos. Suetic, 59 A-'sei by Standing Charles Manak. Row 1 Vera Plesko, Elaine Windhorst, Phyllis Bequeaith, Elaine Bezdek, Lorolei Vllilinkin. Row 2 Geraldine Dedic, Francis Svetic, Audrey Schauer, Shirley France. SECOND VIOLINS Row l--Violet Rozhon, Franklin Wall, Eunice Kelly, Claudette Cermak, Lois Schumacher, loan Lukaselc, Edna Cesal, Anthony Kral, leanriine Townsend. 1 Row 2-M Irene Kuchan, Bessie Thomas, Ioan Koupeny, Evelyn Witkiewicz, Darlene Dvorak. Ioseph 3 Tyrner, Milan Pokorny. l Row 3- Darlene Pearson, Doris Masini, Geraldine Majewski, Antoinette Novotny, Georgiana 3 Losos, Merrill Zabelka, Iune Fragale. FIRST VIOLINS Row I-Gladys Vacek, Maryjane Garber, Mildred Mackovich, Dorothy Garlt, Rose Hroch, Tom Gorup, Herb Wiesmeyer, Marie Hulka. Row 2- Leo Slezak, Richard Voldrich, Antoinette Novotny, Georgiana Losos, loan Koupeny, Ann Marie Licko, Larrv Grika, inging S2rin9A Wa,Le a There is Charles Manak in the top left corner-the "Stardust" of the Viola section demonstrating a little of his technique, and don't say that the girls don't enjoy it. Violas are the Alto section of the Orchestra. Top right gives you the soprano or first violin section headed by Concert Master, Larry Grika. Below are the luscious second violins whose chief purpose in life is to graduate into the first violins. 60 5 w VIOLINS Howl Marlene Isaacson, Mary Trexel, Barbara Congdon, Darlene Lahy, Frances Krahulib, Barbara Phillips. Row 2 Marion Luczanner, Ianet Videgar, Harriet Paulus, Mary Vesely. How 3 Arlene Chabus, Francis Kohoud. Norman Simon. CELLOS Row 1 Loretta Skudrna, Dorothy Cermak, Frank Gwiomo. Row 2 Beatrice Dvorak, Conyne Paris, Roberta Kastner. BASSES Row I Frances Kovacich, Rosemary Merhaut, lean Kucero, Virginia Posta, Sonia Lawrlsuk, Dorothy Halik, Ioseph Hron. CELLOS Howl Ioan Iezek, Eleanore Cermak, Charmaine Husack, Alberta Steinhurst, Dolores Miller, Marie Bennett, Tamara Pima. How 2 Bonnie Hundley, ludy Vanek, Arlene Malek, Barbara Ewing, Ioan Planiger, Lorraine Kozeluh, Lillian Vobliza. lf'QCLi COIflCQl"f OPEL Q15 find, The bottom pictures give you a million dollar look at the tenor and bass section represented by the cellos and string basses of the Concert Orchestra. The top view shows the "Feeder" group--those hard working beginners-who try to get into the Concert Orchestra in one semester. All of these strings plus the Woodwinds, brass and percussion from the Concert Band, add up to make a grade A high school symphony Orchestra that has managed to win thirteen first prize shields in the City Orchestra Contests. A highlight in each semester is the fast moving Orchestra program given for the entire student body in the Assembly Hall. 61 sxgng SAXOPHONES Row 1 Franklin Sekera, Ella Silak. Otto Pospisil, Lois Lukes, Betty Iohnson, 'Iames Veverka, Ruth Ellen Iusko. Above are the Farragut clarinet players. CLARINETS Row 1 Patsy Mikaitis, Ramona Ierome, Iune Benak, Emily Martinec, Bette Toborq, Veronica Shumak, Phyllis Drackner, lrene Podzamsky, Audrey Pecka, Leona Dzledzic, Eleanor Niemiec, Virginia Vrba. Row 2 Charles Spevak, Ioo Beranek. William Zeriri. Frank Ruzicka, Don Pyskacek, Floyd Vlasak, Richard Frish, Katherine Pelinka. 62 jig fyfivfe of Our marching Band in playing position ready to take its place on the football field between halves. The brilliant blue and gold uniforms of our bandsmen and their excellent department always evoke admirable comments from the spectators. Considering that no credit is given for band, it is remarkable that 80 students remain after school hours to give Farragut the honor of hav- ing Chicago's finest high school band. 8 gtk J LEADEReB0b Rada BATON TWIRLERfIune Koci CLl"I"6Lglflf The secret of our championship band lies in its Esprit de Corps. The 1002 co-operation and loyalty given by the bandsrnen to their director has made possible the 12 Superior Ratings the band has received in contests. In ad- dition to their musical talents the Far- ragut Bandsrnen rate high in scholar- ship. get FLUTES Row l Iewel Baloun, Shirley Fencl, Lorraine Bernas Ioan Hasman B Maxa Bettye Masa Sylvia Trojar, Dagmar Skrdlart, Lorraine Genthek TRUMPETS Row I-Paul Baldridge, Leonard Spiwak, Edwin Chalmers Gordon Cohn Peter Hruby Richard LaRue, Ioseph Cibulka. DRUMS Row l Ruth Kotraba, Edward Pitlik, Sam Kessler, Ronald Hudec Lorrayne Karas FRENCH HORNS - WOODWINDS - OBOES Row I- -Donna Horne, Ianet Mraz, Mary Ann Fremer Lorraine Pe a Dorothy Marek Fern Schalund, George Kraicovic. BARITONES - TROMBONES Row I--Lorraine Fencl, Betty Lou Luczyn, Bod Rada Marian Martin How 2 'Allen Banen, Neil Ondracek, P. Steinhagen Dolores Niemxec 83 arragufii jedfiua 5 c M f if . if Qs is 6 if A qi. Farraqufs singing Sinatras low helps in bringing laughs ,The BOSS leads on Maestro takes a bow Noted guest conductor, Armand Duval Miss Ehrenwerth and her qirls Mixed Chofus brings Plea'-Tufe Rosemary Merhaut, Orchestra accompanist A gmct Success 64 My we pogfik ,Hola ana! fAe Kokemian lOofLa The Dancing Club is one of the most enjoyable and popular clubs at Farragut. In it the students have an opportunity not only to improve their dancing but to promote friendships and develop social poise. The present enrollment is eighty-five couples, and the sponsors are Mr. Bale, Miss O'Leary, Mr. Canfield and Miss Cox. 65 Wafionaf ,Honor Sociefg - une 1947 kr TOP PICTURE Row l---LeRoy Berg, Lorraine Galloway, Ioan Rock, Gloria Derer, Libby Kratky, Burton Buyoyne. How 2-'Ioan Talman, Earl Farrell, David Ernest, Arthur Ramrn, Robert Genchek, George Hlavacek, Katherine Ste-r. Row 3 -Helen Bily, Irene Smith, Gust Pavlakos, Florence Mikota, Iune Kokasek, Dorothy Holik, Vera Tyrch. LOWER PICTURE How l--'Mildred Stekl, Iohn Suchan, Elaine Mueller, Helen Malina, Mitchell Ierorne, Magdalen Hruby. Row 2fEleanore Kostlca, Ruth Ianda, Arlene Stanek, Richard Kruzick, Robert Ross, Vera Faltus, Vera Matejovic, Sonia Glicken. ROW 3-- Eleanore Vacko,, Olga Bena, Vilma Ricker, Lorraine Makowicz, Darlene Sipla, Shirley Wenzel, Charlotte Bruna, Mildred Vitek. SPEAKERS ROW l-- Elaine Mueller, Iohn Suchan, Helen Malina, Gloria Derer, Mitchell Ierome, Ioan Rock. HONOR STUDENTS coming down steps of stage with lighted candles How 1-Sonia Glicken, Vera Faltus. Row 4-V--Mildred Stekl, Charlotte Bruna. How 2-Mildred Vitek, Vera Matejovic. How 5-Eleanore Kostka, Arlene Stanek. Row 3- Shirley Wenzel, Lorraine Makowicz. The Farragut Chapter of the National Honor Society was granted a chapter in Iune 1937. Each semester, students from the 4A class are chosen to become candidates to the society by cr committee which consists of Miss Clark, Mrs. King, Miss Geer, Miss Hopkins, Miss Cox, Miss Morgan, and Mrs. Mills. The choice of students is based on high scholarship, outstanding service, fine character, and excellent leadership. The students are initiated into the society during a candle-lighting service at the end of each semester. The total number of Farragut members chosen during this ten year period is 493. 66 5 r Wafionaf cjJon0r ociefy .gnolucfion - jegruarg 1948 Bob Rada playing a trombone solo - Eleanor Cermak is the accompanist. The procession with lighted torches after the induction ceremony. Darlene Tomschin, Conrad Everakes, Lucille Wilson, Iames Hora, Art Bieber, Kenneth Anderson. Row 1-Gladys Vacek, Blanche Simmons, Dorothy Smickilas, Marianne Kom- orous, Constance I-lausknecht, Mr. Bitzma, Aaron Margolis, Charles Manek, Ioan Rock, Elaine Ziech, Frances Yanza. ROW 2-Gladys Sindelar, Betty Rulik, Marianne Fingl, Tamara Pinta, Norma Sramek, Ioan Kissel, Dolores Novotny, Marilyn Husa, Ieanne Iansky. Row 3-Arlene Novak, Doris Picha, Iohn Kriz, Ioe Pecenka, Ioseph Hron, Herb- ert Lindberg, Edward Pitlik, Sylvia Shultz, Elaine Mueller. 67 'ka ff we ,ram 4,mvo Geraldine Trnka. Scroll Editor, Talks over trip to UN Headquarters with Fac- ulty Adviser, Mrs. Marie Mudra. SCROLL EDITORS Trnka, Mueller, Pearl, Martello, Mrs. Mudra, Komorous FEATURE WRITERS Srmek, Vojtech, Lindsey, Terch, Vasek, Berk, Geary, Hess, Kawakcvmi, Windhorst, Mackovich. file Sim! Trying to meet a deadline, which every issue comes too soon, reporters, feature Writers, sports writers and editors Work untiringly to get the paper done. Many times the clock strikes five and six but finds the Scroll members still busily working. Picture the Scroll staff going grey haired because ill The linotype operators are on strike C23 The copy must be in to the printer two Weeks in advance Q35 How can We get the copy in so early if the events aren't to happen for a week? C47 The ads are uncertain f5D The editor goes on a vacation. With these obstacles in mind the staff goes right on giving you a school paper of which the student body can be proud. 68 .rf M 342 52,0 Business Department of Scroll busily at work under supervision of Sponsor, Miss Mildred Linskey. BUSINESS MANAGERS Lillian Hlinka, Elsie Vana, Miss Linskey, Norma Sramek, Ronald Cichon, Dorothy Smicklas. Miss Marguerite Watson, Log Adviser, Gives Scroll Reporters ' " Story behind the Log. SCROLL REPORTERS Row 1vNador1, Feldman, Pinta, Miss Watson. Pelinka, Valenta. Row 2-Everakes, Turek, Robin- son, Pac, Husack, Kolar. Row 3-Ivesek, Lindholm, Gorup Margolis. THE SCROLL A Sample of a Nice Quiet Day in the Scroll Room. Ruler! Glue! Copy boy! Pass that dictionary! Don't just stand there, cut out sample heads! Type that story! Tote that barge! Lift that bale! KNO, it's too heavy.l Yes, these as Well as countless other terms headline a day in 227, the home of the world's best and only Scroll staff. 69 , y ,, y lm t 'X M Wei' , ,.,.., . ,,,,. fs F E L of-.. Dwywdp f 54-r ,xl LOG Editors, Helen Kaczmar and Harriette Ciolkowski fitting captions and copy to pictures and layouts. The editors seem happy enough, but the harassed sponsor raises her eye- brows and bites her tongue. LOG Artists, Gladys Vacek, Arlene Novak and Nora Crane commenting on their posters for the LOG sales campaign. Stephanie Gregorowicz, official typist, who is always as pleasant as she looks here, no mat- ter how many pages there are to be done, or how often the Copy must be retyped. M endif? IMA EJ a 0 77 ff ff! f if A' 'USR Hi, Kids-We hope you like your Log. You should- for it is Farragut's first Out-Size Annual. What do you think of that swell color plate? Expensive, but worth it. Douglas Park makes a mighty nice background for your school heroes and hobbies. We wish you could have seen us the morning we took the tour to the park. Two cars full of shouting students in costume, holding in their laps pails of water filled with colored wild flowers. The boys looked like Carmen Mirandas with the flower filled buckets on their heads, hands on their hips, walking in zig-zag style along the park boulevard. Passing autos almost collided. It was fun because it took all morning. We had to wait for the sun to be just right, you know. " 70 X The Log Staff huddled in a corner of 219 because the usual preparations for a social room on in the other party are going three corners. Our copy is ot- ten frosting covered and cocoa splashed. Reading left to right: Elaine Ziech, Anna Marie Woideman, trouble shooters: Charles Ma nek, Super Salesman, Harriette Ciolkowski, Helen Kaczmar, Editors: Hollis Chester, Photog- rapher, Charles Manek, Advertising Manager, selling an ad to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony who have the school store across from Farragut. Anna Marie and Elaine look- ing through the file cabinet for lost copy. mgh sgnfo lie .SZni0r5,.jvlan0A k ' Se tember instead of March as in former Iune graduate pictures were taken Way bac 1n p years. But with the grand volunteer help of Barbara Trojan and Stephanie Gregorowicz and Charles Manek we were able to laugh together over hectic picture schedules, dirne collecting, ' ' l s lost senior Wrrte-ups and late g osse . Our thanks go to Gibson Studios and Chester Hollis for very interesting photography f aterial. shots, and to Mr. Hagerty for a grand layout o m 71 Row 1-Sindelar, Pesa, Simmons, Ziech Vacek, Kawakami, Kozumplik. Row 2--Mitchell, Baldridge, Benisek, Rada, Manak, Hess, Riha, Finql. Lind- berg, Smiciklas, Hudec, Wilson. How 1-Miller. Malina, Miss Geer, Ber- nas, Vojtech, Lindsey, Carrabotta. Slarna. Damzak, Mueller, Vasek. Novak. I Row 2-Huml, Turek, Sinsky, Harrison, Andersen, Pospisil, Bieber, Mariotti, Iingle. enior gadinef l The Senior Cabinet is ding boys and irl composed of outstan g s of the Senior Class who have received the commen l dation ot both teachers and students. The Cabinet has charge of the Social Room, supervised the activities of the Boom, and plans a definite socialization program for the incoming freshmen. The Cabinet members are also called upon for special school services because they were selected for their dependability, good citizenship, and Willingness to serve wherever needed. V 72 1 1 Row 1 Novotny, Simmons, Iohnson, Carrabotta, DeLuca, Psenicka, Owens Komlegk. Row 2--Bilek, Malaski Iusko, Andersen, Trojar, Fingl Sebela. Row 3-Sponholz. Faykosh Vrba, Sekera, Liberman. Robinson Marazas. Row 1 Skoc, Pascual, Stevens, Va- cek Sunick, Feldman, Kohout, Klicka. Row 2 - Trojar, Lukes, Schalund, Derer Look, Everakes, Miss Clark. Fremer Worst, Boyd, Kavalir, Dun- ham Presto. How 3-Lakowitz, Mut- ter Pmta Fingl, Niemiec, Selak, Sou- kup Prokop, Christensen, Maxa, Lo- sos Kolar, Stepina, Novotny, Fay- kosh Schumacher. Row 4-Losos, Tillm Brezina, Bilek, Manak, Nadon Elslager Liberman, Ieolicka, Harris ew. 1 .gzwfenf Councif-.gluafenf guiclance The Student Council of Farragut had long offered students an opportunity to express their views on school affairs. A meeting every other week scheduled as a club, gave little if any opportunity for affecting school affairs. However, the council did find time to convince Mr. Ritzma that it must have time for committee work, board meetings and the like. Accordingly, the second semester of this year the division room delegates had their programs especially arranged so that the fourth period was free at least two days a Week. A HOBBY FOR EVERYONE CNOT many hobbies for a fewj is the goal of the Student Guid- ance Committee in sponsoring the Freshman Orientation Assemblies, at which the extra cur- ricular activities at Farragut are presented each semester to incoming Freshmen. Vocational interests discovered through HOBBIES, through academic subjects, through tests offered by the Personnel Office, are later planned for in the College Day Program, which is the respon- sibility of a special committee of upper classmen and the Student Guidance Committee. 73 jlze Edainzo 0 jarraguf .gfuzlenfri WaL'e .gjfucfyincj ao!! AL? The bright, intelligent faces on this page belong to the students who take great pride in their grades. They are the future National Honor Society rnaterial, the future college people. And these same faces are the ones you will see throughout the book holding offices in the various organi- zations-for honor roll students not only study but participate in school activities. FRESHIVIEN Row! Krenek, Butgereit, Phillips, Lenoch, Hnatek. Row 2 Dvorak, Colanglo, Studiawa, Shima- nek, Molaski. Row 3 Novak, Ruscilti, Nudera, Ruback, To- borg, Krawitz, Row 4 Wiesrneyer, Zelener, Novotny, Boucek, Zalutsky. How 5 laegcr, Carlson, Mraz. SOPHOMORES Row 1 Cerrnak, Podzamsky, Cervenka, Posta, Lonk, Row 2 Kclssal, Schalund, Slcrdiant, Hamilton Hangren. ?ow .7 Bragiel, Boyd, Ceary, Mysicka, Ho:a. lUNIORS Howl Robinson, Schauer, Hroch, Dvorak Vana, Garber, Prokop. Row 2 Pac, Ncvony, Krueger, Feldman, Bo' niger, Hoffman, Maseh, Vesely. HOW 3 Husak, Rohr, Benes, Husa, Deets Podzimok, lVIasin. Row 4 Ze naw, Bracloc, Kostka, Trojar, Vrba Garlt, I o - ,911 fAe gud? WQGLCA -ik? petfublflg of QOOLJ H0045 ,. LIBRARY HELPERS Bowl Kelly, Sacny, Kartch, I-Ilaailc, Will. , Row 2- Soukup, Stevens, Paris, Miss Vetter, Bass, Boehner, Breese, Sidlow- ski, Bureham, Gabriel. LOWER VIEW: Row 1' Slezak, Marrese, Hare, Schnei- der, Visek. How 2- -Hrody, Thiery, Vanc, Clgy, Wei- ner, Hnatek, Meyerowitz. As a significant part of the school program, the library aims to provide guidance and under- standing to individuals and groups, not only in reading, but also in the building up of proper attitudes and a background of wholesome human relations. In an age which may be called The Techno- logical Revolution, the library must, with quiet effectiveness, furnish information, teach skills, coordinate subject matters and provide an outlet for youthful desires and energies, the goal to attain being a building up of character, sound mind and an elevated spirit, for vital participation in social and public polity, in the spirit of useful citizenship. an o Q.: .fi 75 'fr Q ofafin me! af jarraguf K f AV if A H Weanhii-ilu Coriolaures Augustus Pretas Magicae Herbae The Library Table Our Trophy lust a few glimpses into our 1947 "Hebdomas Latina" celebration. Badges, movies, lectures, Roman parties, songs, the drama f all helped in making Farragut's "Latin Week of 1947" the talk of Illinois. 76 NM5f0l'g Q,0Cl,I"il'l'lQl'lt oed p!6lCQJ Council meeting showed us local government in action. Our students attend Chicago convention of UNESCO Clyde Smry Studies his Course book' We visit the Criminal Court of Cook County. Ald. Ianousek greets Farragut students at City Council meeting. We send delegates to Chicago Youth Conference. W ja!! jedfiuag goofgaf, .gznior mm 7.51057 Q it H Q N 5 I u . 'S D 47!,9!yp,fv S? W? 'MW 95 695575 'Q G K gc ol' ll gin, K L x be 1 ,yfl A Q AN X MC' ' ,E A I , , 2 X :DO K x ' me x 0 Q, v '7 ,F x yy fl 4 .. Q PA 4' -x ! f .f.'b Q A J Q D 9 lg WY? FV 99 CJ it QE f Q Mr, xi Q 57 J fyf VV SEPTEMBER 2 First day of School 12 Pep assemblies for new G. A. A. members 17-19 Log picturesHWhere's your Dime? 25 Election talks 26 Style Showing for the Teens 26 College Day for the Ambitious OCTOBER l Club Enrollments 7 lst Grades duedso soon! 8 Larry Adler and his Harmonica 16 4B Election 20 Honor Society Roller Skating 31 Senior Play-Hillbilly Sue NOVEMBER 10-13 Group Pictures for Log 14 Dudley Crafts Watson 17 Book Week Tea 24-25 Fall Festival 27-28 Thanksgiving Holidays X kmAA I X ,M ,jf I 711 .. ' T, 1 MARCH ' M 10 Beginning of Clubs 1 I 10 Speech for 4B Class Officers Q 0 'I 17 Honor Society Roller Skating Party , "if Y 1 " 20 4B Election if M211 Gif? V , V ji ' Xt, 5 ' ,J - uf., ' . c APRIL Vg 'N f B dC 1 te--A th G d? 1 5 an on es no er ra e 5, N M xxjy X . G. A. A. Homer skating Party gr r L Senior P1ayfWe're all for it because the y 1' , H" . Log benefits from the Funds. M' 'IQ J' 1 X Jr. .Q 1 YV X F fffll G 'KJ IUNE College Tea National Honor Society Achievement Tea Class Day Graduation Hello Summer MAY 10 Mothers' Tea 11-13 Orchestra Contest X 20-21 Spring Festival S Q XX X b X 'S ,937 7 9 Clzridfmafi, gaziefgaf, graduafion .1 J X DECEMBER J 5 College Day A. 9 Senior Tea and Dance ' A ' A , . . 10 Posture Tea , I 12 Class Rings Arrived ,Q W y XX 19 cr-rroilrng Through the Halls . V ff 4 rw 1 F to , 1 1 ' L f IANUARY q 6 General Motors Assembly ' FQ' Qc 4. ot Z, 9 National Honor Society "" 'ya , 12 Award Assembly Tea 1 6 if Uzmj 14 Choral Contest at Harrison j 7 1 21 Football Banquet q N- ' 27 Class Day 0 ' 28 Graduation 1 A 2 , 1 7 1 ,- i , V I st! W... 1 1 1 1 ' 1 to , W S yy AX K5 FEBRUARY 1 SA S X 112 -i 2 First Day New Semester under Mr. Protts- s- 1 , fl ,X -sg t S 1 A 1 man Principalship f , E X 13 Freshies Assembly 5 J - - , QS px , 16 Tangoraethe Typist A I , ff 20 Washinaton and Lincoln Assembly 5 X E ff! - Q9 gf ' n 55 ' KN 80 app? ia e 'UUAO Qued a .gegoing unc! ,gm SERVICE GUILD Row 1- -Kolar, Pesa. How 2-Lakes, Bieber, Worst. Row 3 ---" Frerner, Skoc, Schalund. CLEAN UP Standing Domabyl, Doyle, Murqas, Pcdbersek, Wagner, Fra- qale, Chart, Broak. How I-Hnatek, Drazdik, Schellenberg, Sidlowski, Robinson, Bain, Carouche, Pelke. 3-We Row I Renoch, Neve-Isky, Kastrow. How 2fSirota, Lirrdholm Brooks, Novak, Husack, Weeks, Husa, Iedlicka. Row 3 Hahn, Medina, Stepina, Rudman, Feldman, Ruback, Boucek Schwartz, Yarmiclivek. Row ROW Row CO I, I-'IRE IVIARSI-IAI..b ----Karacek, Steininger. Kohlbach, Ancona, Majerczyl-', Miketa, Rose, Boxde, Docekal, Rezac, Gurzejk, Melichar, Mr. Pea Radthe, IAIIHIGIS, Svetal. Ylnclercfaddmen From freshman days to graduation We have memories such as: serving at our first "treshie" party, looking up as- signments in the library, showing off our collections at club meetings, and looking at class movies shown by handsome seniors. 82 AY we-I Jw., Q Q K- , ' ,sif?"'Q f x sf nf' X I I C 0 Hy s ' :fy 535 ,rw ifgji 8 A 0 Q Q Q K We G. OO 'X :Q IC 0 ' ' L , ,1:"':, i' sig. ii Q i V. --'-' 2 A , OLU IQPOLLJ ,Q wad LU ell ma e my imf pair of AOOLQFLLL5 84 102A-Mr. Siedenstrcmg Row 1 Crockett, Gcrllirrcr, Novot ny. Row 2 Vosicky, Stengle, Wein- berg, Froidcr, Berman, Gardner Veverkcr, Cibulkcx. How 3 Kubcm, Kcxsprzak, Gubin. Peckler, Riedl, Bovdnek, Alop, Beurden, Tyk. How 4 --Mcrrqucrrdt, Cohen, Lech' ner, Trnoskcr, Turner. 1U3AfMr. Bcrlthis Row 1 Micus, Walters. Row 2- Bilek, Bolthis, Ulijcrsz, Bock, Bultus, Heffernan, Izydor- ski, Heck. How 3 Liltle, Freck, Cerny, Mu- lek, Manns, Brodnicki, Kula' kowski, Dudus, Mcrstro, Loulcr, Roll. 104B---Miss McDaniel Row 1' Iohnson, Forneur, Peters, Drcrpulik, Klcrput. Row 2 OCTCXWCI, Hockey, Mr Bulthis, zqbmwsky, Koel. ' Row 3 -Ammo, Hlcxdik. Dolgin Tousek, Huffer, Pucel, Mielkei Row 4 Ceschke, Icrkcvec, Brocxd- way, Steinhcrgen, Sherman, Vesely. ,gf LUCL5 Ueldg C0l'lUQl'liQl'l! Olfl iAQ Ardf OOF' Division 115B-Mr. Bloom Row 1- Krob, Hczvel. Popucci. Row 2 -MMI. Bloom, Hmcor, Hod- mvu, Vejvodcr, Tumpczck. Row 3 --Lumme, Stevok, Zelenkrx, Krupickcx, Billings, Gordey, Ku- cicx, Trublcr. Division 117C Miss Culver Flow 1 -Vcmnelli, Feldman, Keri' joke, Huscx, Garber. Row 2 v-Winters, Benko, Erceqo- vac, Forsl, Kcrin, Popek. Row 3---Vcmcxrsky, Huscick, Reit- inger, Vitek, Alicz, Kohlbuch, Plys, Icxros. Row 4'-Mojerczyk, Kcxfko, Neme- cek, Borovickc, Oak, Belek. Division ll9B Mr. La Force Row I-Mr.Lc1 Force. Ludvik Mcxruszok, Kusmcm, B r u n c l i k Cuba. Row 2- -Huckbcxrth, Riedl, Nun dico, Froulcx, Hcxrczzin, Privoz nik, Slciber. Row 3-- -Komps, Kempinski, Chris toff, Dropclik, Hcxvlin, Kolmon, Iones. uf en our nexf laerio wcw unc 1, X M: mg 11945, com added an I0 cl gaizier evade -4 if ...f 8 6 V Row 4 Hal 202A-Mr. Peacock Row IH dare, man. Row 2-Lance Wilcon W' Halama, Miller. lek Cohen Krawit S' Taibl, Ierawski, Krapelc. How 4-Kravcik, Zdrubecky, D o mabyl, Zalutsky, Wiesmeyer Zelen er, Vesely. 210C-Miss Mitchell Row 1--Koudelka, Diamond Fleisleber, Hamilton, Kassal Shay, Stevens, Pullman, How 2--Molik, Sloan, Hosak Svec, Hejna Miderki Br k , S , OO , Mischnick, Burns, Slezak. Row 3 Smith, Schmidt. -Maris, Matuszewski Division 212C Miss Bheude How I--Iingle, Goldberg, Mudra, Babinec. Row 2-Horak, Dvorak, Neidich, Murgas, Raiman, Sedlacek. Row 3 -Harriet, Licko, Slak Garlt, Brenton, Fencl, Kruegeri Thiery, Stepanek, Iohnson, Sta- nek, Schwed. ik, Goldman, Dunne, Woods, Hejrnalik, Dvorak. Schned, Varmulnick, Sie Rosenberg, Crisc, Wxes , s , xtt, Cer nak, Gorkowski, Cramarosso Row 3--Dunne, Gorkowski, Ma , , z, xrt,Kub1s Katz. Lowenthal, Dorenfeld warm? ChtCAil'l kr Wm Division 215C Miss Coughlin Row 1-Shumcl, Doyle, Hondlik, Katz, Karasek. Flaxman, Miss Coughlin. Pelke. na, Brin- Row 2-Karasek, Anco ger, Lapinski, Mikela,Zaryxzny, Masci, Byers, Pikal, Tausk. Row 3-Smetana. Pollack, Pan- grac, Ielinek, Noworul. Division 221B Mr. Miller Row 1-Hunter, Goldsten, Pogac- nik, Anthony, man Miller. Cizek, Row 2-Neu , Mazanek, Nebrensky, Kohout. Row 3-Ienicek. Tuchten, Nelson ' k , Babyar Mazanec, Klic a , Hayes, Zientek, Yelek, Schwab, Morgan. 2221-X-Mrs. Mills UC, Row 1-Sucharzenski, Iakov Malin, Albrecht, Butgereii, Le- WCIII. Row 2-Liss, Castro, Georgeif, Krahulik, Straub. Burkhardi, Hut- Dvorak, Friedman, Berger, ton, Mrs. Mills, Weintraub. Shimanek Walker, Row 3---Paris, , Oleinick, Stavenger, Friedman, Ludington. Row 4-Vacho, Ornoif, Gans, Lee, Cohen. 6,55 effing rawing JUIQIO 9, wad af 6 Q W er. M. ' n erzifancl LJLUL LL ied 87 omloodifiond agouf acl: ' oo! AL, inefr rom Wacgeflz all l'l0f8LO0L5 Al' g80I'l'lQtI"y OUP Clyif. 88 ,,,..,.......ms,.....M,,....., -'cfm Division 223B-Miss Leech How 1---Chcrldurkcr, Iezek, Weis be-rg, Goldstein, Wolski, Kupko Ewing. Row 2 'MGl8k. Ploniger, Lukes Griffith, schaiund, Slcxmcx, Ne: truol, Strobel, Miss Leech. Row 3--Slomcr, Pokorny, Ruzicko. Knoblock, Kirch, Kczel, Krize- necky, Cwik, Cihal, Iockmcm, Hockings, Frogcxle, Hill, Kuss mon, Meyers. Division 225C-Miss Smith How 1 - Szelejewski, Cipro, Hirsh- enbein, Lumme, Schultz. Row 2 Loss, Tomsovic, Mutcho Word, France, Stiftner, Vostcrl Presto, Mares, Smith. Row 3--Mcrxcx, Stehlik, Rauch. Rosenberg, Shiirin, Cooper, Gu- ber, Martini, Bcxrich, LaRue, Gorup. 228A-Miss Peterson Row le!-Xlexo, Fessen, Novak, Blechc, Krenek. Row 2-Rott, Krul, Tose. Miss Peterson, Schillne, Rubrrck, Rus- citti, Carlson, Bcxrtos, Moskcll. Row 3- Studrawcr, VVc1ll, Moen- ner, Sponholz, Epstein, Illes, Sakovic, Olson, Tymick, Simon, Samuels, Spevcxk, Zelcxsko. 1 f7A 0 Q LUQPQ 2 -1 6 fk clagd Ja fed, 0I"I'lfI,ll Clif SLLZ f give. i rw? or 1 E i 2 s E X :ff Zffm 8 .. 'Nw 89 CULJ 60gf5 229A-Miss Power Row 1-Ierome, Vanc, Maskell, Papucci, Mason. Row 2-Zahour, Berg, Fuka, Ga- briel, Majeiczyk, Nelson. How 3-Dvorak, Billenstein, Zid, Isaacson, Lawrients. K a s e , Moll, Iurasek, Zonor, Hrubecky, Charez, Kcmteb, Skokan. Row 4-Neverooski, Halik, Hans, Tanner, Gulzynski, Potman. Division 301C-Mr. Bale Row 1-Lorek, Prichason, Treiber, Iaros. Row 2-Story, Nadon, Mr. Bale, Bequeaith, Liss, Handelman, Fister, Zimmerman, Leibovich. Row 3-Petting, Lendholm, Le- vine, Rosewlerg, Hladik, Hara- sek, Everakes, Burstein, Hirsch, Nicek. Division 302B-Miss Cada Row 1-Ioch, Trobl, Lazar, Sing- er, Gorski. Row 2-Pfiifner, Oberg, Iaffe, Se- gal, Thomas, Kasl, Beckerman, Conner, Harris. , Row 3-Bazzle, Kramer, Lee, Hel- ler, Vondrak, Lance, Soukup, Seghi, Wiesmeyer, Schaffer, Wentworth. How 4-Prahl, Narancich, Spi- wak, Keogeocke, Szynal, Svej- kovsky, Hartl, Kogan. .v".W, G ,-,: rr 5. earning agouf file EMA ana! file Meri in Maggy 303B-Miss Benson Row 1-Cesal, Kovacich, Cohen, Kahanovich, Womack, Bragiel. Row 2-Dvorak, Placek, Foltan, Skrdlant, Koupeny, K u C h a n Hundley, Fencl. Row 3-Harris, Perch, Schumach er, Mikaitis, Benak, Podzamsky Snett, Anderl, Platrner. Row 4-Slodki, Goldstein, Trnka Klimczak, Hartman, Marazas Obluck, Yates, Miss Benson. 304C-Mrs. Liska Row 1-Beniger, Hansen, Masin, Drew, Bieber. Row 2+Mrs. Liska, Vana, Weber Santavy, Beltran, Schauer, Se- lak. Row 3-Reeves. Hezac, Trojar Podzimek, Barbakow, Mojzis Parker, Ianacek, Verr, Grether. Row 4fDocekal, Studnicka, Zve- rina, Backer, Svetal, Krivsky, Schmidt, Leavitt, Wottkowski, Pribyl. 305B-Mrs. Syrnon Row 1-Sefl, Kelly, Osowski, Grzala. Row 2eB1aha, Mrs. Symon, Hess Delaney, Kulisek, Catthaml, Ku- lisek. Row 3-Blaha, Trusik, Formanek Talach, Hora. Shatran, Man- dile, Foltin, Spal, Pavlik. 1 Row 4-Hanqren, Vejr. Muelling, Mysicka, Fox, Prevatsky. I with Eg 5,4 435 V Row 3-Kohlegk, Iaeger, Zeman neeclecf a wor ing laermif, if wanfec! fo wor in 2 pain, do we 310A-Mrs. King Row 1+Hinkfus, Iones, Huback, Lenoch, Toborg, P u mp e r a, Sobek. Row 2-Lerny, Simunjak, Dusek. Kolinger, Rudman. Boucek, Ste- piwa, Novotny, Mraz, Hahn, Mrs. King. Sipla, Cervenka, Petrash, Ko morous, Kafka, Hrvby, Finn, Harris Ierlicka, Witkiewicz. Row 4- -Dillon, Berardi, Kral. 312B-Mrs. Beck Row 1-Barney, Ruzicka, Pear- son, Hrody, Brasic, Gorisch. Row 2-Slusaczyk, Slak, Pokor- nik, Wozniak, Mrs. Beck, Trexel, Laicha, Benes, Porowski. Row 3-Peterson, Soukup, Katz. Weeks, Billenstein. Vileta. Ho- lec, Ouska, Finqcust, Vidas, Hicks, Smith. Row 4-Cole, Luther, Bersler, Vashinko. 317A-Miss Cady Row 1-Stawarz, Szymosiak, Warkel, Knobloch, Iskerka, Mil- ler. Row 2-Burcham, Awwa, Wag- ner, Baburek, Holon, Zebelka, Hanuska, Sidlowski, Miller. How 3-Vesely, Bern'1rdo,Deutch man, Congdon, Will, Wulff Bogda, Feehan, Schwartz. Row 4-Meyerowitz, Kos, Steph- en. Havlicek, Friedman. Vo- sejpka. nf fo mem ufwfecwl 91 lf Q FLQUQF' LU8 lfU0lfL!6JQCl,t OMIA 0lfUl'l Q 'L 92 719, Auf we ., V. E1 ,.,, -. -V 'ig i ,.'-' 317B-Miss Wells Row 1-Blecha, Carella, Wal gora, Fanta, Rozhon, Leaney Owens. Row 2-Weiner, Hood, Kaslo. Pfeiffer, Nandico, Kilens, Posta, Miss Wells, Steinhurst, Mislik, Dobson, Krul. How 3-Rubenstein, Zackman, Fritze, Boehm, Menqes, Gramza. Svetic, Dvorak, Pyskacek, Vla- sak, Isaacson, Casimir, Otto. Krivak. 318CHMiss I. Smith Row 1--fPerrelli, B equeaith. Campbell, Simak, Sucharzew- ski. Row 2-Rohr, Zeman, Benes, Deets, Zeman, Hzoch, Sube, Miss I. Smith, Bradac. Row 3-Kulakowski, Lesko Sch l ' ' u tz, Dunda, Pribyl Milburn: Kotesky, Velebil, Silverstein. 319B-Miss Duda H Brown, Townsend, Mhrk, Laabs Row Zflrvin, Kroll H , ustak, Fra- qal M ' e, utter, Boyd, Merhaut, Nemec, Galavcm. Psenicka, Miss Duda, Steinberg. How 3fCech, Small. Bernard. Grab ' ' er, Chernick, Frish, Gas- ser, Gebauer, Ruzicka Al- brecht, Allen, Stachniak,'Truh- lan. ow 1--Vosejpka, Wood, Vanek. 011 fAe fkircl foor fkere id fAe donno! of fyloewriferd 319CiMiss Iohnson Row 1-Campagna, Chester, Bal- lan, Kressel, Miss Iohnson. Row 2fSmaha, Dvorak, Iilek, Kulich, Bliss, Bichter, Spevak. Row 3-flerome, Marose, Cilek, Pippenger, Chester, Horalek, Novotny, Pechousek, Halama, Marinko. Row 4---Holik, Cerda, Cirko, Free- man. 321A-Miss Hopkins Row 1-Eberle, Visek, Marrese, Frola, Krejcik. Row 2-Dunham, Brejcha, Kuce- ra, Kaiz, Frankowski, Passini, Pascual, Peskulski, Miss Hope kins, Kavalir. Row 3-Schrieder, Denenberg, Marks, Zicha, Golden, Clay, Fridrich, Chiusolo, Shotolo, Kureja. Row 4 ff--- Curry, Stetka, Sclsicidek, Horwitz, Lazar, Iollrey, Fonda- kowski. 323A-Miss Crowell How lf' Malaski, Iaeger. Row 2-Lutz, Miss Crowell, Zom- parelli, Nevelsky, Kastrow Phillips, Skudrna, H u n t e h Truda. Row 3-Vlcxsak, Schwartz, Zom parelli, Brown, Medina, Sirota Butler, Kucera. How 4-Brownlow, Mlekush, Roe sen, Trepachko, Verrcr, Cheehy. ka A gm And dw Lum 0 riewin 9 mac inefi Row 94 Row 2- 325A-Miss Bonner Row I-Krch, Chubus, Irzediutow ska, Ferrini. Row 2-Luhn, Trexel, Slezcxk, Trumbeicmsh, Glaser. Hcrvlicek, Miss Bonner, Mcxciejczyk. Row 3-Heiser, Ficrlo, Kurutko, Vcluorin, Nudelmcm, Moyzis, Bre-zinc, Dcrv, Holmes. Row 4---Ster, Lipnecl, Steininger, Kuligowski, Bendel, Korsperski. 326C-Miss O'Lec1ry on1 es, Mi- kita. Masek. Row l-Hogan, Sim 'cl Vrlcz, Poqgetto, Harvey, Koupeny, Plesko, Hovorkcx, Nel- son, Miss O'Leory. How 3-Dubincr Z' , lZ9k, Frontera, Wieczorek, Smith, Gold, Bercik, Rose. 32713-Mrs. Eddy Row 1-Tillin, Spoonhour, Mrs. Eddy. 2--Schubert, Katz, Martin. OLU LUQ IAQ 0l'l tk? A2lfl,I"fA 00l" LU eine 8 l"Qf55lfLI"Q OI" I"U'l ang lfUCl,iQI" L5 lffll OLU 402C-Miss Samuel Row 1-Harris, Urbancik, Gross, Weaver. How 2-Ramm, Knez, Stiblo, Tu- rek, Sunick, Simcek, Miss E. Samuel, Brilliant, Rezab, Ger- sten. Row 3--Ogawa, Farrell, Wenzel, Liberman, Weinberg, Boyde, Liberman, Cohen, Hitzeman. 403C-Mrs. Schell How 1-Winarik, Daren, Vesely, Cerny, Krejcik. Row 2-Kuncl, Kostha, Marquart, Mrs. Schell, Bain, Tinman. How 3-Budka, Vukasovic, Aro- nesti, Prentiss, Zroul, Thorman, Omilinsky, Beran. 404C--Miss Edwards Row l-Ballan, Zajicek, Dudas. How 2-Hoss, Feingold. Davis, Pelc, Miss Edwards, Fruhavlf Moryh, Vrba. How 3-Lopez, Holesovsky, Ci- chon, Drazdik, Gabberl, Hillam Springer, Krabec, Marshall Bavetz, Niemiec. Row 4-Hojdik, Hoss, Braun, Be nes, Sekera, Gurzejk. lzigfzer Afif are flee c!Lemif5fr lt 96 ? 151418 if 405B-Miss Hogan Row lkBaloun, Farney, Nelson Danhelka. Row 2-Kosmond, Couch. Hen derson, Kochma, Tuskey Pearcy, Kruzich, Howard. Row 3-Malik, Lonk, Grika, Weiss, Gomolinsky, Pekarek, Pehs, Frolik, Kahanovich, Isaac- son. Row 4 -Cohn, Fako, Sterba, Roz- hon, Kessler, Fleisher. 41 UAqMiss Potter How l---Whiteside, Bocian, Taibl. Schultz, Nemecek. Row 2AKassel, Breese, Gabriel, Brooks, Friedman, Hladik, Miss Potter. Cermak. How 3-K Kohout, Farrell, Luladcler, Rose: Paulus Videqar, Chilla. adlec. Pierson, Abrams 417B-Miss Meehan How l-Green, Arkin, Strem- pleski, Cermak, Heckt. Row 2-Grelo, Tunick, Dulski, Neil, Leonard, Michalak, Blaha, Nonna, Lerner. How 3-Pelke. C , Gasewski, Safranek, Kopensky, Finkelberq, Hnatek. ohan, Harris Row 4-Millman, Schoiman. ere foo id cc nice lzeigfzf 7 7 wi:5A fo dfela 0 420A--Miss Ehrenwerth 1 Kastrier Hare, Hlinka, How - , Rodenak, Dvorak, Gvaca, Leska. 1, Wcmkov- Row 2-Losos, Grad sky, Kielas, Iarosz, Straka, Ia- ra, Piskule, Saenz, Gohacek, Miss Ehrenwerth. Row 3-Alter, Thomas, Adams ' Gold, Ze Slak, Evans, Shapiro, rin, Blecher, Kartch, Boltax, Hersch, Zezulak. 421B-Miss Dunn How 1-Manke, Draschrrer, Luka- sek, Kozlowski. Row 2-Kozak, Sklenicka, Skoc, Smolik, Faykosh, Moolis, Kubes, Papes. 3 Voldrich Camodela, Kan- Row - . ter, Herald, Rozhon, Ciesla, ' ' k Del Lawrrsuk, Gregorowrc, gade, Razim, Schwartz, Schu- macher. Row 4-Saul, Schikora, Craggs. 425C-Miss Silverman Row l-Hoffman, Smiciklas, Piss Malesek, Drysch, Novot- ny, Hane, Derer. kule, How 2aRychlik, Christensen, Boehner, Erdmcm, Huni, Miss Silverman, Prokop. How 3kNosil, Elslager, Komada Zarth, Burkhardt, Collins, Pac Hobnson, Butchen, Haller, Ieli- nek. AF' fA058 ll! 0 bl! 0 And QXCLIWLI5 flip... 97 'Y' ' x. do CL ZZ Q6CQl'lf U08 QJCGPQ Ol" fA05Q l'lfLCLI"00lflQ U1 LUAQIQ fke U"Q Cl, CLl"lfl'L JOUR if 427A-Miss Bursik Row 1-Schellenberg, Escoto, Paglia, Manqino, Gore. Row 2-Pieper, Mellon, Novak, Glenhek, Monzel, Kubis La- coste, Zzrrth, Siolsparl, Cantello. Row 3-fKajer, Gold, Hilger, Se- bela, Rekto, Iacoby, Werner, Swan, Cohen, Sroczynski, Hes- ser. , 428B-Mrs. Pressell Row 1--Barber. Senoii, Woide- mann, Adcock, Tomiseck, Kas- tus. How 2--Mahoney, Becker, Novak, Vrha, Svoboda, Horn, Iackson, Pence, Grossman. Row 3-Zimmerman, Hedgner, Meznarich, Horaz, Iochen, Foss, Cervenka, Price, Cohen. Fas- seti, Iurkus. How 4ACohen, Shackleton. 429A-Mrs. Minne Row 1-Masek, Presto, Becker. Row 2-Hasman, Terner, Ondrus, Niemiec, Schneider, Zahradka, Kubal, Kain, Mrs. Minne. How 3 --Masa, Bornstein, Boloiin Furlet, Kriz, Steinberg, Regan Doumel, Banen, Kaspar. Row 4 -Bornstein, Marek, Wolf, Cohen. 1 1 lVlr. Siedenstrang and Mr. Balthis with a grou of bo s who made P Y children's trucks for Red Cross Christmas Gifts. BUTON TWIRLERS-Row 1- Whiteside, Lahn, Papucci. Row 2-V Koci Maciejczyk, Straub, Burkhardt, Hirtel, Row 3-- Gumtow, Luchs: Scheritius Miss Benson on an Outdoor Botany Trip The VlPSfSociety of Very Important People STAGE CREW--'NemeCek, Iedlicka, Kafka, Farrell, Muelling, Majeczyk, Kohlbach THE STAGE CREW-The Stage Crew is a group ol carefully selected boys who inconspicucusly give their time and efforts to keeping ihe Assembly Hall and Stage programs running smoothly. Those who serve five semesiers with a creditable record are privileged to Wear the stage crew emblem-a specially designed symbol in blue and gold, consisting of two masks: one showing joy, the other sorrow. Afkkfffi There is an exhilaration in participation of sports Whether one is a novice or professional. Skiers thrill to the fast glide on the snow, skaters find fun in making patterns on ice, roller skaters love the rhythm of the rolling Wheels, horseback riders share the spirit of their mounts as they canter along Wooded trails while athletes find a satisfac- tion in physical agility. 100 :ix 1' 0- as x I Q 9 4 ,,.,g 1' s wi wk W. K 1 Q , .av TEAM: Row 1-Raffen, Schwab, Vesely, Zubranksy, Tousek, Iirsa, Randoll, Vizek. How 2-Milburn. Huml, Machala, Moncek, Pecina, Gruskovak tCapt.D, Kipta CCo-Capt.J, Zubaty, Krisolovsky, Front- tera, Bakken, Bieber. Row 3-Coach Strocchia, Roberts, Cabo, Cirko, Crosdale, Liewald, Plys, Weiss, Iakovak, Pierson, Spal. Folton, Nemek: Prahl tltllgixb Canfield. TEAMMATES LEAVNIG SCHOOL POR PRACTICE: Ierome Vizek, Frank Plys, Ray Bakken, Danny Ralferi, George Kipta. LINEUP: Row 1-Huml, Moncek, Zubaty, Pecina, Kipta, Machala, Milburn. Row 2-Grusovak, Bakkeri, Krisolovsky, Frontera. gooflaf af jarragui A great number of the football players graduate this year, and We Wish them the best of luck. It will take hard Work and a lot of training for the Soph-Frosh boys to fill their posi- tions, just as it will be for them to fill the various positions in life. ln your life training program, bear in mind to always strive for a healthy body and mind. May We say again to the football graduates and next year's team-lots of luck and success for the coming season and years to come. 102 arragufii jigkfing goofgaf gorm Row 1: Kiptcr-Right End, Pecincx-Center, Mi1burn!Left End, Frontera-Left Halibuck. Row 2: Bcxkken-Right Halfbcrck, Gruskovck-Quarterback, Krisolovsky-Fullbcxck, Bieber-Quarterback. Row 3: Moncek-Right Tackle, Coach Strocchicx, Kiptcr-Left Guard, Gruskovork-Quarterback, George Kiptcx-Left Guard. enior unc! Junior Z?af5Lef6af in 7947-1948 Hug e sun Hora, Seymour, Frishman. Row 3 Vesely, Fako, Harris. 1.4 Sw! The Senior team, built mainly around seven fast, aggressive players, namely: Captain Iohn Krahulic, Co-Captain Ierry Dvorak, Leon Kagen, Anton Sinsky, Ioe Iaborac, Otto Vesely, and lim Hora has a perfect record for the 1947 part of the season with four Wins and no losses. We feel keenly the loss of Ierry Dvorak and Leon Kagen for the 1948 part of the season, but are counting greatly on Otto Vesely and Iim Hora to fill the gap. During the second half of the season We will have to play a different style of basketball, being careful to control the ball more during the game, and getting it into the hands of the better shots before a shot for the basket is attempted. The Iunior team, built around the fine playing ability of Captain Robert Pikal, is one the school can look upon with great respect. The change this season in height rule from five feet seven inches to five feet eight inches was a serious blow to our chances of getting into the city play-offs. Only one regular Farragut player measures as much as five feet seven and a half inches, and the others measure about five feet six inches. Even with this size handicap the boys probably only lacked three points of getting cr tie for fourth place with a chance at the play-offs. The 45-43 victory by the Kelly Iuniors could probably have been Won by Farragut on their home court and this game will probably turn out to be the one we needed to Win to give us or tie for fourth place. 104 Row 1-Mr. Boand, Winters, Zaborak Dvorak, Krahulec, Sinsky, Kagan Harris. Row 2-Docekal, Gold, Bilek Row 1-Pikal, Krivsky, Cooper, Stary Harris, Goldzweig. Row 2vMil1er Dvorak, Schmidt, Pyskacek, Morgan Stoller, Cerda, Dvorak, Winters, Tuch Pa iw Clever Dribblinq -Robert Pikal with jordan Miller guarding Cerda shooting, Tuchten guarding Strategy Board Coach Boand, Junior Captain Robert Piical, Tuchten and Stoller in action Senior Captain, Iohn Krahulecf Co-Captain, jerry Dvorak High Scorers in Action Leon Kagan and Ierry Dvorak Ierry Dvorak shooting, Anton Sinskey, guarding Captain john Krahulec out-maneuvering joe Zaboroc enior Kalefgaf Kenfraf .gzcfion Clzamlad wi v Afier the championship game in the locker room Row 1-Otto Bilek, Couch Bound. Ioe Zcxborek Row 2-Otto Vesely, Philip Gold. Icxmes Hora Row 3--Tony Sinsky, Iohn Krchulec, Captain A REBOUND SHOT IOHN SINKS ONE A FAST BREAK TUG O' WAR CLI"I"CLglfLfZ5 gadegdf QCUTL Coach Boand congratulating Chuck Thoele and Iohn Krahulec 4 an a good season. TEAM: Bottom row----Bieber, Iochens, Pi kal, Loren, Kelly. Center rowAFarrel, Hrdina, Sin- delar, Hoffman, Doyle, Bur- rows. Top rowfliomolka, Thoele, Kec, Coach Boand, Dvorak, Krahu- lec, Speck. Baseball at Farragut in 1948 depends on the kind of pitching we get out of the squad Big League managers estimate good pitching to be 75'2 of the winning of any ball game. In the amateur class really good pitching is rare. Most of last year's baseball team was made up of 4A's, and this means that you will see many new faces in the 1948 line-up. Of the first nine players all are gone but two, Iohn Krahulec, Captain and shortstop, and Edwin Kielbasa, center fielder. Players who played last year, but not regularly are: Robert Pik l, I inald Burrows and Sheldon Wagner. Our record for '47 was-ewon 9, lost 5-finished 3rd. a ames Hrdina, Carl Iockens, Robert Bieber, Heg- 107 dffdgufji gdffegdy jam .9624 Wdgd What I consider to be the important factors in the development of any athletic team are: l-Harmony on the squad, 2-Passing academic marks, 3- Some ability, 4-A real desire to learn the game. After the team is organized and ready to play the league schedule, it wins as a team or loses as a team, and there are no stars who win the game for you, and no goats who make you lose. Coach Boand Carl Iochens tagging 'em out again. Iames Hrclina scooping up the ball. Art Bieber catching cr toss from Iohn Krahulec. 108 d 0l'l'l2 llflv .95 iAe Clay .X46 iA8 Zi!! Cimmfi 'UMM fig Bai Sliding Home--Bob Pikal being put out by Iochens at home plate. Catching a fly-Edwin Kiehlbasa C"Kel1yl, center fielder. Up at bat: Iohn Krahulec at bat, Ierry Dvorak, catching. In the second game of the season we played Gage Park. We had to win this game because we were tied with Gage and Kelly for first place. In the last of the third, there was a long, low fly ball which hit deep into right field. Bob Kec, playing that position, raced back to make the catch. There was a small hill and as he ran backwards he tripped, but did not fall. It looked like a sure hit, but he reached ,up and just pulled the ball down in the nick of time. 109 3 ,em 'X 4 ref? 4 . r'-'f 'sr , , , 5,1-wugyr, -:W r 4, in -4 f, 'tr A ff pw? -elf . . I , ,, Af v Qs, www ,g.jkg,f,Q.gi.jf ni 4 My fc f 1. fa, i -get Q. . 2315. ., I xll- , ff' At ' , if ,.. li . -1- - 1. - rg- V X V , A X lx A Last Row--Dolores Hesser, Helen Boyd, Lorraine Moyzis, Connie Hausknecht, Dolores Svadja Carolyn Kostka, Elaine Ziech, Margaret Griffith, Geraldine Dedic. Fror1tHo --P "' w arricia Breese, Mary Ann Vance, Betty Mutter, Iune Koci. Margaret Griffith towing Elaine Ziech. Elaine Ziech, Helen Boyd, Ierry Dedic, Pat Breese Shoving Ott. QrA75Lfim gfug-.gywiifnnfzing A a Swefflloddg u 1S composed ot a group of enthusiastic swimmers who meet 9th period to improve their strokes, to practice lite saving techniques and to enjoy a large variety of water stunts. These girls are also a great help to the swimming teachers in check- ing, demonstrating, and assisting when needed. Two ot this group, Elaine Ziech and Con- stance Hausknecht, have Won the "Farragut Fish" award tor proticie The Marathon swim cl b ' ncy in water activities. 110 wimm ing eam Our Swimming Team got a late start this year because of the loss of its coach, Mr. Strocchia. lander took over the tea ming due to the Christmas vacation layoff. Nevertheless a few When Mr. Over- m it was in need of much tra' ' meets were arranged and the "Shark Men" did their best. A . , . dy was to take part ers were awarded their letters. meet in which the entire student bo was arranged and winn Members of the team not pictured are Richard Fanta, Otto Pospisil, George Krakovich, Arnold Krisolotsky. ip ma., J nn. W P055 Obllflflng jfac iam Ernie McKinnon. Floyd Pack. Distance men running the mile. loe Cerny doing the broad jump. The boys taking a rest. lst Row L. to R.: Iim Handlon, Capt. Ernie McKinnon, Floyd Pack. 2nd Row L. to R.: Ioe Cerny, Phil Goldstein. That's Phil Goldstein' going over the high jump. lim Handlon dash man. The Farragut Cross Country team did as well in '47 as expected. Although the team consisted of only five men, the lowest number possible on a team, we were known to all other schools, such as Crane, Harrison, etc., as "The Farragut Five." The captain, Ernest McKinnon, placed second in the Chicago Daily Times meet and eighth in the City Championship meet. The four other boys on the team who took part in the city meet were Iimmy Handlon, Bob Arnisti, Iohn Mahoney and Larry Schulman who was disqualified at the last moment due to high blood pressure. Larry had his heart set on running and was very disappointed. The squad was not extraordinary, but in every Cross Country meet that Farragut was in, all five fellows started and finished. 112 32810 . . p05tlfLl"Q 60l'L!Qf5f xr W anln P TS ' 5 izi illlfsgf t ,ll if fa t : The gang's all here and ready to go: Ann Marie Hamm, captain of the Cheer Club, and fellow Cheer Club members. These supporters of the team are the spirit of Farragut. Row 1-eBabinec, Wolski, Woidemann, Taibl, Vitek, Sunick, Szelejewski, Iaros. How 2-Dvoak, Cizek, Presto, Stiblo, Ramm, Feldman, Campbell, Kostal. Perfect posture pays, say three winners, Mary Anne Vance, lst place: Elaine Benes. Zndg and Ioyce Dunham, Srd. Elaine Benes, Vera Sefl, Mary Anne Vance, Ioyce Dunham, Patsy Mikaitis, Gloria Feingold, La Verne Krueger, Florence Masek, Hana Kormunda. The G.A.A. Posture Tea was held December 10th from 1:00 P.M. to 3:00. Out of 40 girls in the contest only 3 can win and 6 receive honorable mentions. The judges were visiting physical education teachers and teachers from our own faculty. 1 13 g,4.,4. OFFICERS Marion Edelman, Charmaine Havelka, Bernarcline Iaros, Dolores Hess admiring Dolores Hess' new Farragu! LETTER, IUNIORS Row 1 VVV- -Stiblo, Ramm, Knez, Urbancik, Sunick, Thiery. How 2 --Brenton, Bequeaith, Krescik, Cerny, Deets, Iingle, Lotarski, Stepanek. Row 3 -Rohr, Benes, Vesely, Tinman, Garlt, Trojar, Dvorak, Campbell, Minarik. Row 4--Simcek, Koupeny, Schultz, Lesko, Krueger, Parker, Podzimek, Hroch, Feld- man, Beninger, Hondlik, IUNIORS Row 1- Hirsenbein, Nookie, Voslal, Chris- tensen, Dusek. Row 2-Cipra, Chester, Hane, Szelejewski, Haller, Marshall, Dudas. How 3---Vannelli, Kerjake, Slak, Forst, Schauer, Presio, Prokop, Kostka, Hillam, Pleska, Ierome. Row 4-Marinko, Pechousek, Flaxman, Cas- tek, Benko, Vana, Kulich, Pelc, lane, Halama, Hovorka, Smiciklas, Zrout. SENIORS How 1----Vojtch, Hess, Loehman, Liss, Hirlel, Skrha. Row 2 Vondrak, Moran, Trojan, Handel- man, Lavko, Worct, Trexel, Fremer, Vrhel, Lindsey, Mackovidr. , How 3 - -Lorek, Halz, Novak, Drackner, Mil- ler, Kowiel, Bilek, Kula, Kranzer, Kolar, Valenta, Sieber, Uher, Terch, Koci, SENIOBS How 1 Pascual, Benneit, Vacek, Misicka, Capek, Freeman, Heller. Row 2-Miller, Kirchner, Kawakami, Ran- dle, Maxwell, Lakowitz, Ziech, De Luca, Ciolkowski. Row 3 -Videgar, Schultz, Mueller, Chester Komarewich, Gregorowicz, Kuban, Brown Pesa, Hrabec, Leshmari, Kaczmar. gi,4.,4. FHESHMEN Row l-Zumparell, Vesely, Vizek, Vanc, Al brecht. Row 2 Nelson, Zabelka, Kassel, Brown, Fes- sen, Vicleqar, Gabriel. How 3 Miller, Liss, Malin, Malaski, Sidlowski Zomparelli, Skudrna, Isaacson, Gore. FRESHMEN How 1 Bernardo, Levoch, Luzadder, lskerka Krobloch, Taibl. Row 2---AKajer, Stolarsky, Kastrow, Warkel Friedman. Row 3-Hare, Simunjal, Hahn, Brooks, Nevel sky, Trexel, Burcham, Breese, Kubal, Cerny Row 4--Krejcik, Dusek, Mraz, Kubis, Monzel Zahnadka, Deutchman, Piskule, Kucera Mayzis, Saenz, Staward, Whiteside, Hnatek Witkiewicz, Pascual, Congdon, Masek Becker. FRESHMEN Row 1--Eberle, Dunham, Hladik. Row 2-f--Friedman, Ruback, Colangela, Phil lips, Lutz. How 3--Glaser, Kalinger, Rudman, Iones, Mel lon, Rosenberg, Bodcek, Trucla. Row 4-Baburek, Medina, Komoroy, Iaeqer Escoto, Cantella, Rott, Krawitz, Wilson, Sirt Yarmulnick, Malek. FRESHMEN Row 1- Rodenak, Miller, Castro, Maciejczyk Chabus. Row 2-Dvorak, Burkhardt, Cermak, Frola. Row 3+Tose. Svach, Halcx, Krahulik, Straub Cuchna, Stepina. Novotny, Sirota, Paris Krch. Row 4-f-Hesser, Shotola, Gorkowski, Novak Ruback, Mila, Laub, Ruscitti. SOPHOMORES Row 1--Malek, Ouska, Skoc, Tomisek, Schu- macher, Sklenicka. Row 2---Ruzicka, Greenberg, Wecks, Mikaitis Vitek, Kajer, Iackson, Carlson. How 3'--Lukes, Perch, Howard, Henderson Cauch, Trexel, Pence, Crossmann, Kozak Novak, Plattner. Row 4--Delaney, Ianasek. Podzamsky, Adock Kastus, Becker, Woiclemann, Cervenka Griff, Foltan, Schalunic, Kavacich, Hrody Boyd. IUNIOBS Row 1 Hoffman, Babinec, Mudra, Kostal, No votny, Karasek, Doyle, Pelke. How 2- Iaros, Vrba, Richter, Halik, Rychlik Leibovich, Derer, Piskule, Male-sek. Row 3-Raiman, Velebil, Schultz, Johnson Licko, Hunt, Horak, Hagan, Fruhauff, Katz Husa, Lasos, Mach, Dvorak. 6 . . 5 .SEHQCLCLALQ5 nrrs, M The Tudor Madrigal Singers gave a Christmas Program. Stage was beau- tifully decorated with yule logs, evergreens and white candles. Larry Adler entertained us with his harmonica. Between songs he gave us ideas on racial discrimination. General Motors Assembly where synthetic rubber was made and the jet propelled rocket was demonstrated. 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