Farragut High School - Where the Action is Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1949
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In dedicating this issue oi the Log to the theme, "Farragut Prepares Youth
for Tomorrow" we do so in lull appreciation of the tremendous responsibility
which rests upon students and staff, working and living together day by day.
to the end that education here and now may contribute to the finest and highest
development oi all the abilities of all the young people who pass through these
Education will meet this obligation to youth only as it builds more efficient,
more intelligent, more sympathetic and understanding citizens for the tomorrow
that is to be. May we all continue-"Full Speed Ahead"-to work together to
make this a genuinely real objective ot education at Farragut. Truly, "Educa-
tion is a debt from the present to future generations."
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Acting in a Spanish Play.
Adiusting a pattern beiore cutting.
Cutting the material from the titted pattern. swvk
Sewing the seams: Hanging the hem.
Dishwashing can be pleasant.
Food classes produce tantalizing odors.
Making Iodine in Chemistry.
The Drinking Song from the play "She Stoops To Conquer."
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Mathematics - Made Easy.
Taking Dictation - Part of a Secretary's Training.
Let Me Show Up.
Concentrating on the Minute.
Transcription Class - An Opportunity to Develop a Vocational Skill
Looking Into the Interior oi Frogs.
State Government - The 19th District of the General Assembly.
Preparing 040' Studen tA for Their fi e Work
Young Draftsmen at Work.
The Library - A Materials Center.
Sharing Reading Experiences is Fun.
Preparing Toys for the Kindergartens.
Getting Ready to Feed the Press.
We Learn About the World and Its Problems.
Farragut's Portrayal at Christmas.
Preparing Toys lor Hospitals.
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Miss Coleman. Registrar
rs. O Connor, Treasurer
Mrs. Long. Clerk
OUR LUNCH ROOM
The M e
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The Farragut Lunchroorn, under the supervision oi Miss Nell' P
the pride ot our school Th '
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. e various menus are made up to please both teachers
The food cook, Erna Rauchenherger, puts nutritious and appealing food on
our counters. Credit should also loe given to the pastry cook, Signe Ostrorn, tor
her tarnous hornernade pastry, and Bessie Chnielicek, tor her delicious salads.
The lunohroom would not be as efficient as it is without the untiring work
ol the rest ot the lunchroorn stait. Due to the lull Cooperation ot the entire group
with Miss Powell, the Farragut Lunchroorn is o ' '
ne of the finest in the City.
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Senivm Say ?arewel
The big moment has arrived. After four long years of
hard Work, combined with a little pleasure, the graduates
of lanuary l949 are about to leave their triumph and
glories in their Wake as the time of graduation arrived.
For four years the students have waited for this day,
yet now that it has arrived, they find that they are not as
happy to leave as they had expected.
ln years to come these students will not forget such
gala events as Wienie Roast, Sand Dunes and Hard Times
Party, the Senior Play and the pinnacle of them all, the
Under the capable leadership of lohnny lvicek, and
Ioe Ancona, Whose hard driving, friendly and certainly
Winning personalities, the classes of l949 have reached
new heights as united groups.
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One of the popular, likeable and energetic fellows proved
successful in his attempt to occupy the office of presidency in
the Ianuary l949 graduating class. I-Ie is probably just as famous
tor his band which has played at many of Farragut's festive oc-
casions. Prom these hints and with the aid ot his photograph We
should all be able to identity him as Iohn "Ivy" lvicek.
"Follow Thru with La Rue" Was the campaign slogan which
helped Richard La Rue become vice-president. He Was a member
of the band, Senior Cabinet, and treasurer ot the lunior Honor
Shirley Presto's fortune-teller gazing into a crystal ball tore-
saw that she would be secretary and secretary she became.
The person who was thought to be most capable of handling
the "moolah" was Georgiana Losos for she became treasurer of
this, the Ianuary I949 graduating class.
14nd Tlame af The June C'laAA
The Iune l949 Class had quite a time back in October "48"
with their election of officers. "Be a He-many Vote for Zeman" "Get
on That Van, 'Cause Ancona's Your Man!" Be a Slick Chick and
Dick, Vote for Hondlik." Yes, these were but a few of the carn-
paign slogans. Signs illustrating some slogans were plastered in
the lunchroom and halls. Truly, confusion is the Word that des-
cribes the weeks that these students ran for office.
But in the end Ioe Ancona won out for presidency by beating
Neil Ondracek. Ioe Was quite an active student being a member
of the cross-country, track, baseball, and basketball teams. On
the other side of the picture he was in the Boys' Chorus, and
Richard CDocD Docekal was triumphant in his quest for vice-
presidency. He is on the basketball team, a fire marshal, member
oi the Senior Cabinet, Honor Society and Service Guild.
The office of secretary was Won by musical Rose Hroch. She
Won the D.A.R. award for her leadership, character, citizenship
and scholastic record.
This class was quite musical considering that Charles Ka-
racek, an accordionist won out as treasurer.
The C'laAA of ?e61-uarq 1949
ALICZ. IOHN "Iackie"
Ambition-To learn Sonar. B.A.A., Hall Guard.
AMKIN, LEON "Amp"
Ambition-To be successful in all my undertakings.
BARICH, IERRY "Sleepy"
Ambition-To go to college. Gift Committee, Basketball Team, B.A.A.,
BELEK. GEORGE "Bashful"
Ambition-To learn how to dance. B.A.A.
BEQUEAITH, PHYLLIS "The Brow"
Ambition-Nurse. Orchestra Letter, Pin, and 2 Guards, Decoration
Committee, Hall Guard, Honor Society, G.A.A.
BUTCHIN. LEO "Butch"
Ambition-Top grade salesman. Swimming Team-2 Letters, Life Guard,
Swimming Club, Cap and Gown Committee.
CASTEK, DOROTHY "Lone Ranger"
Ambition-To be happy. Chorus, G.A.A., Senior Play Committee.
CHALMERS. ED "C.C."
Ambition-My goal is to so enrich my life, that I may attain a greater
degree ot happiness in living and by so doing perhaps give happiness
to others. Band, Orchestra. .
CHRISTENSEN. RUTH "Ruthie"
Ambition-To have a happy life and get the most out of it. Student
Guidance, Prom Committee, G.A.A. Representative.
CIPRA ANTOINETTE "Toni"
Ambition-To make my boy friend, Ioe, a good wife and to be happy.
G.A.A. Representative, Cap and Gown Committee, Hall Guard, Cheer
Club, Sewing Club. '
EDELMAN, MARION "Mare"
Ambition-Home Economist. G.A.A. Secretary-Treasurer and Letter
Award, Girls' Chorus-President and Letter Award, Student Guidance,
Class Day Committee, Hall Guard, Honor Society, Scroll.
ELSLAGER. RICHARD "Dick"
Ambition-To get along with people and retire at an early age.
Student Council, Movie Operator, Student Guidance, Boys' Chorus,
ERCEGOVAC, ROSEMARY "Rosey"
Ambition-To travel. G.A.A.
ERDMAN. ROSEMARIE "Rosie" -
Ambition-Teacher. G.A.A., Semester in Concert Orchestra, Hall Guard.
EVERAKES, CONRAD "Con"
Ambition-Retire at an early age. B.A.A. Representative, Boys' Chorus,
Student Guidance President, Class Day Committee, Movie Operator.
BOROVICKA. VINCENT "Vince"
Ambition-Mechanical Engineer. Hall Guard, Election Committee.
BOYDE, RICHARD E. "Spider" -
Ambition-Drafting Engineer. Movie Operators, Stage Crew, Fire Mar-
shal, Movie operator letter. -
BRILLIANT, MARILYN "Mare"
Ambition-To be a good wife and mother. G.A.A. Representative and
member, Library Helper.
Ambition-To be a teacher. Girls' Chorus, Student Council, Honor
Society, G.A.A., Gift Committee, Library Helper.
BURSTEIN, AARON "Bernie"
Ambition-To be a doctor. B.A.A. Representative, Finance Committee.
Assembly Hall Sponsor, Movie Operator and Letter.
COHEN, HAROLD "Hersh"l
Ambition-To be a pharmacist. Senior Bow Committee, Hall Guard,
COOPER. IACK "Cookie"
Ambition-To get good grades in college. B.A.A. Basketball Champs,
BJ-LA. Baseball Champs, Swimming Team, Basketball Team, Hall
Guard, Senior Tea and Dance Committee.
CYGAN. EDWARD F. "Red"
Ambition-Barber. Football Letter.
DERER, GLORIA "Gloi"'
Ambition-Secretary. G.A.A., Girls' Chorus, Senior Cabinet, Honor
Society, Senior Tea and Dance, Student Guidance, Service Guild,
Girls' Chorus Letter, G.A.A., Pin, Letter, lst, 2nd, 3rd Chevrons, Civic
Chevron, Senior Volleyball Medal.
DRYSCH. LILLIAN "Cookie" -
Ambition-Comptometer Operator. G.A.A., Girls' Chorus, Class Motto
and Color Committee, Service Guild, Library Helper, G.A.A. Letter and
Pin, Civic Letter. '
FARBER, GLENN "Glermy"
Ambition-Draftsman. Student Council, Printing Committee, B.A.A.,
FARRELL, WALTER "Wally"
Ambition-Business Executive. Senior Cabinet, Service Guild, Senior
Play, Class Day, Senior Banquet, B.A.A. President, Stage Crew, Ring
Committee, Student Council.
FELDMAN. PAULINE BARBARA "Ci" or "Polloy"
Ambition--To be a success. G.A.A., Girls' Chorus, Student Guidance,
Senior Cabinet, Honor Society, Co-Captain-Cheerleader, Editor in
Chief of Scoll, Sports Editor, Ir. Prom Committee, Finance Committee,
G.A.A. Representative, 3 Cheerleader Letters-1 Captain, Quill and
Scroll Editor Pin, Civic Chevron, Civic Letter.
FETTING. ALBERT "Feddie" t
Ambition-Flying. Movie Operator, Finance Committee.
FISTER. LORRAINE "Smiley"
Ambition-Nurse. Mixed Chorus Letter, Senior Cabinet, Ring Committee,
Hall Guard, Honor Society, G.A.A. Representative.
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FORST. CAROL MAE "Kaye"
Ambition-To travel. Senior Play Committee, G.A.A., Girls' Chorus,
Girls' Chorus Letter.
FRANCE. SHIRLEY IUNE "Chow"
Ambition-To travel over the World, particularly to Asia and Europe.
Student Council, Farragut Concert Ensemble, Orchestrae-Ensemble and
Solo Medal, Pin and 3 Guards, Orchestra Letter.
GARBER. MARYIANE "Peanuts"
Ambition-Happy Musician. Concert Orchestra, G.A.A., Ir. Honor So-
ciety, Senior Play, Ring and Pin Committee, Hall Guard, Service
Guild, Ensemble Medal.
GAWRON, LOUIS "Brooklyn"
Ambition-Undecided. Football Team, Mixed Chorus, Movie Operator.
GERSTEN. SHELDON "Gersh"
Ambition-To learn and utilize my knowledge. Hall Guard, B.A.A.,
Ambition-To make a certain someone happy. G.A.A.
HEIKAL. LaVERNE "Slim"
AmbitionfTelephone Operator. G.A.A.
Ambition-To become a successful business man. Lunchroom Sponsor.
HITZEMAN, CLARENCE "Sonny"
Ambition-Lawyer. Election Committee, Senior Tea and Dance Com-
mittee, Banquet Committee, Service Guild, Honor Society, B.A.A.
HLADIK. IOSEPH "Pep"
Ambition-To make my first million. Boys' Chorus, Movie Operator,
Senior Gift Committee.
IAROS. BERNARDINE "'l'om Mix"
Ambition-To live and learn. Senior Cabinet, Cheer Leaders, G.A.A.,
Girls' Chorus, Student Council, Prom Committee.
IAROS, RICHARD "Bruce"
Ambition-To become an Architectural Draftsman. Senior Cabinet,
Cap and Gown Committee, Mixed Chorus.
IELINEK, GERALDINE "Gerry"
Ambition-Secretary. G.A.A., Girls' Chorus.
KAFKA. WILLIAM I. IR.. "Chesswall"
Ambition-To be a lawyer. Stage Crew, Honor Society, Student Council,
lvy's Dance Orchestra, School Band, College Day Committee, Chairman
ot Prom Committee, B.A.A., Chairman of Student Social Committees,
Stage Crew Letter, 2 Band Medals.
Ambition-To travel, G.A.A., Service, Class Day Dance Committee.
GORUP, THOMAS "Gorp"
Ambition-To attend college and become an engineer. Scroll, Movie
Operator, Invitations and Decorations Committee.
HALLER. R'LENE "RL"
Ambition-Court Reoorter. Senior Play, Girls' Chorus, Senior Dance,
HANDELMAN. SONIA "So"
Amliition-To be a singer. Girls' Chorus, Student Council, G.A.A.,
HANE. IUNE "Iunie"
Ambition-Medical Secretary. G.A.A., Cheer Club, Iunior Prom Com-
mittee, Senior Prom Committee, Service Guild.
HARASEK. IAMES IOSEPH "lim"
Ambition-Physical Education Instructor. Football.
HOFFMAN. EVELYN "fluffy"
Ambition-To be a private secretary. Girls' Chorus, Senior Cabinet,
Class Ring, Volleyball Club, Honor Society, Service Guild, G.A.A.
HUNT, MARY ANN "Bunny"
Ambition-To be a private secretary. Senior Tea and Dance, Girls'
Chorus, Volleyball Club, Orchestra, Service Guild, G.A.A.
HUSA. ETHEL "Eth"
Ambition-To enter into the Olympics Tournament.
G.A.A., Senior Tea and Dance Committee, Honor Society President,
Service Guild, Salutatorian, College Day Committee, Senior Cabinet,
Latin Certificate, Volleyball Medal.
HUSACK. CHARMAINE "Hz"
Ambition-To write a novel. Senior Cabinet, Valedictorian, Cellist,
Treasurer of Orchestra, l Orchestra Pin, 3 Guards, Z Orchestra
Solo Medals, Page Editor of Scroll, Quill and Scroll Editors' Pin and
Badge, Log Representative, Service Guild, Class Day Committee,
G.A.A., Honor Society, Student Council, Delegate to Illinois Press
Convention, Third Place in Posture Contest-2 Honorable Mentions,
Civic Letter and Chevron, Latin Certificate.
IVICEK, IOHN RICHARD "Ivy"
Ambition-To someday be a great singer. Farragut Swing Band, Senior
Cabinet, Senior Class Officer-President, Boys' Chorus, Letter, Mixed
Chorus, Scroll, Student Council, Football Manager-Letter, Service
Guild, Class Committees, B.A.A. Speaker.
KANTER. ROBERT "Bob"
KERIAKE. LILLIAN "Trigger"
Ambition-To be a singer with a band. G.A.A. -
KNEZ. GEORGIANA "Georgie"
Ambition-Secretary. Girls' Chorus-Letter, G.A.A., Student Guidance,
Student Council, Service Guild, Honor Society, Senior Dance.
KOHLBACH, WALTER "Professor"
Ambition-To make a million. Chief Fire Marshal, Chief Stage Hand,
Student Council, Service Guild, Senior Gift Committee, Honor Society,
Senior Cabinet, B.A.A.
KOMADA. ROBERT "Bob"
Ambition-To make good in life and to live where it never gets cold.
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KOVALSKY. ROBERT "Loverboy" '
Ambition-Play with the Bears and be a coach. Football-2 Letters,
Student Council, Orchestra, Scroll, Co-Chairman of Iunior Prom,
LA RUE. RICHARD "Pierre"
Student Council, Student Guidance, Senior Cabinet, Hall Guard, Officer
in Honor Society, Class Officer-Vice President, Senior Play, Band-2
Medals, Chi-Does, S.A. Committee. '
LEIBOVICH. HELEN "Character"t
Ambition-To be a successful secretary, and to make a good wife for
a certain someone. G.A.A. Representative, Senior Play Committee,
Student Guidance, Scroll Typist, Mixed Chorus, Election Committee,
Library Helper, Student Helper.
LEVINE. ALVIN "Al"
Ambition-Dentist. Track Team, B.A.A., Movie Operator.
LIBERMAN. LLOYD "Libie" '
Ambition-To become a successful Lawyer. Football Team, Student
Council, Student Guidance, Senior Play Committee, Hall Guard, Boys'
MBIERCZYK. EDWARD "Ed"
Ambition-Architectural Engineer. Stage Crew, Fire Marshal, Ring and
Pin Committee, Senior Cabinet, B.A.A.
IVIALECEK. IEAN "lean"
First Aid Club, G.A.A., Girls' Chorus, Honor Society, Hall Guard.
MARFS, ARLENE "Mars" '
Mixed Chorus, Class Day Committee, GJ-LA., Student Guidance.
MATCHB, IOYCE "Lonnie"
Ambition-Marriage. Girls' Chorus, G.A.A., Student Council.
MAXA. BLANCHE "Max"
Ambition-To eventually get married. Assembly Hall Sponsor, Lunch
Room, Sponsor, Student Guidance, Band, G.A.A., Finance Committee.
OAK, ROBERT "Oukie"
Ambition-Dentist. Stage Crew, B.A.A.
OGAWA. ALFRED "AI"
Ambition-Sun-Times Reporter in Russia. Movie Operator, Senior
Ambition-Engineer. Track Team, Cross Country Team, Honor Society,
Sports Editor-Scroll, Track and Cross Country Letters. .
PASCUAL. IUANITA "Nita"
Ambition-To travel. Cheer Club, Student Guidance, Senior Cabinet,
Girls' Chorus, G.A.A., Service Guild, Banquet Committee, Honor Society,
Ivy's Band, Girls' Chorus Letter. I
PISKULE, ARLENE "Ar"
Ambition-To be a good housewife. G.A.A.
LINDHOLM. RUSSELL "Russ"
Ambition-To be a teacher of chemistry. Student Guidance, Euclidean
Club, Mixed Chorus, Latin S.P.O.F. Club, 3 Latin and l Scholarship
Contest, Senior Play Committee, Ivicek Band Manager, Honor Society,
National Honor Society, Scroll.
LISS, IRENE "Lissky"
Ambition-To be happy and make others happy. Student Council,
G.A.A., Student Helper, Election Committee, Giit Committee, Library
Helper, English Class Chairman.
LOREK. AUDREY "And"
Ambition-Study Psychology. Service Guild, G.A.A., Scroll-Feature
Writer, Chairman ot the Cap and Gown Committee, Senior Activities
LOSOS, GEORGIANR "Iiri"
Ambition-To be a nurse. Orchestra-Pin and Guard, Student Guidance,
Service Guild, Librarian, Honor Society, G.A.A., Treasurer of Graduat-
ing Class, Clean-Up Committee.
LUMME, CORRINNE R. "Corky"
Ambition-General office worker. Senior Banquet Committee, G.A.A.
Representative, Office Helper, Library Helper, Hall Guard.
NADON, DENNIS "Tiny"
Ambition-Archaeologist, or History Teacher. Student Guidance, Scroll,
Mixed Chorus, Boys' Chorus, 4A Dance Committee, Swimming Team,
Football Team, Movie Operator, Honor Society, Service Guild, Library
NEIVIEC. IANE "Hana"
Ambition-Clerk. Honor Society, G.A.A.
NEMECEK. IRVIN "Irv"
Ambition-Manufacturer ot Bowling and Billiard Supplies, Stage Crew,
Ivy's Band, Class Day Dance Committee, B.A.A.
NOSIL. CHARLES IB. "Chuck"
Ambition-Flying. Swimming Team, Liie Guard.
NOVOTNY, ANTOINETTE "Toni"
Ambition-Secretary. Concert Orchestra, G.A.A., Volleyball Club,
POPEK. IOHN "lack"
PRESTO, SHIRLEY "Presto"
Ambition-To be a good housewife. Cheerleader, G.A.A., Secretary
of Graduating Class, 4A Party Committee.
PRICHASON. ROSE "Rosie"
Ambition--Successful Reporter. Student Council, Scrollf G.A.A., Class
Day Committee, Class Day Cast, National Honor Society, Service Guild,
Red Cross Committee, Student Helper.
PROKOP, IEAN "Iednnie"
Ambition-'Private Secretary, and to be happy. Senior Play, Class Ring
Committee, Student Guidance, Service Guild, Honor Society, G.A.A.
RAIVIM, ANN MARIE "Annie"
Ambition-To travel. Senior Tea and Dance Committee, Service Guild,
Honor Society, Cheerleader-Captain, Senior Cabinet, G.A.A., Senior
Play, Student Guidance, 2 Cheerleader Letters, -Volleyball Letter.
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RAUCH. HENRY "Roachie"
Ambition-Teacher. Senior Play, Student Council, College Day, Orches-
tra. Honor Society.
RETTINGER. EUGENE "Gene"
Ambition-Retire early in life. Hall Guard, Checkers, Finance Com-
REZAB. DOLORES "Del"
Ambition-To be a success. G.A.A., Hall Guard.
ROBINSON, KENNETH GENE "Tennessee"
Ambition--Engineer tCivilJ. Senior Cabinet, Student Council, Track
Team, Cross Country Team, Honor Society, Class Day, Senior Play,
Library Helper, Social Center, College Day.
ROGALA. ROBERT "Bob"
Ambition-To be a millionaire.
ROHR. HARRY "Harry"
Ambition-To see the sea. B.A.A., Service Guild, Printing Committee.
RYCHLIK. VIVIAN "Pepper"
Ambition-Private Secretary and successful housewife. G.A.A., Girls'
Chorus, Honor Society, Election Committee, Gift Committee.
SCHROEDER. ROBERT "Fuzzy"
Ambition-Florist Designer, Orchestra, Track Team, Hall Guard, B.A.A.
Ambition--To be a craftsman. Red Cross Committee.
SCHULTZ. NANCY HSCIJI-IIIIIBH
Ambition-To make a certain person happy, G.A.A., Election Com-
mittee, Cap and Gown Committee, Dancing Club.
SHAPIRO, NATHAN "Nate"
Ambition-To be successful. Student Council, Service Guild-Captain,
Mixed Chorus, B.A.A., Band.
SIMCEK. RUTH "SChlieId"
Ambition-Homemaking. Girls' Chorus, Hall Guard, G.A.A., Banquet
Committee, Honor Society, Girls' Chorus Letter.
SIVIICIKLAS. LORRAINE "Smicky"
Ambition-Telephone Operator. Hall Guard, G.A.A. Treasurer.
SMITH, GERALDINE "Gerry"
Ambition-Stenographer. Color-Flower-Motto Committee, Hall Guard,
STARY, CLYDE "Larry"
Ambition-To play professional baseball or a physical instructor.
Baseball, Basketball, Boys' Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Senior Cabinet,
Senior Tea and Dance, Service Guild, Movie Operator, Baseball-l
Letter, Baskeball-l Letter, Choruses-2 Letters.
Ambition-Government worker. Orchestra, Dramatic Club.
STIBLO, GRACE "Gracie"
Ambitione-Secretary. Cheerleader, Girls' Chorus, Service Guild, Senior
Tea and Dance, G.A.A., National Honor Society, Log Representative,
Library Helper, 2 Cheer Letters.
STIFTNER. DOLORES "Dee" N
Ambition-Secretary. Banquet Committee, G.A.A., Library Helper.
SUNICH. IOAN "Sunny"
Ambition-Stewardess. Student Guidance, Cheerleader-3 Letters,
Girls Chorus-l letter, Prom Committee, G.A.A.
SZELEIEWSKI, ADRIAN "Aden
Ambition-To be happy. G.A.A. Secretary, Honor Society, Service
Guild, Cheerleader, Prom Committee, Pin and Ring Committee.
TOMSOVIC. PATRICIA "Pat"
Ambition-To marry a farmer. Orchestra-4 years, Service Guild,
G.A.A., College Day Committee, Senior Dance Committee.
TUREK, EVELYN "Og"
Ambition-To be a nurse. Student Guidance, Scroll, Service Guild,
Iunior Prom, Class Day, G.A.A., Honor Society, Quill and Scroll Pin,
TYMICK, RICHARD "Dick"
Ambition-To be a research chemist. B.A.A.
VESELY. OTTO "Ves"
Ambition-Physical Education Instructor. Basketball Team-Captain
and 2 Letters.
VINARSKY. EDWARD "Terrible Ted"
Ambition-To reach the peak of success in being an attorney-at-law
and marry a beautiful girl. Senior Play, Hall Guard.
VITEK. CHARLES "Beans"
Ambition-To do the best I can. Cap and Gown Committee.
Hall Guard. I
VOSTAI.. MILDRED "Millie"
Ambition-To find a "pot of gold" at the end of the rainbow. Girls'
Chorus, G.A.A., Treasurer Honor Society, Service Guild, Prom Com-
mittee, Pin and Ring Committee.
WAGNER, IRENE IOY "I"
Ambition-To travel through the world. Scroll, Orchestra-2 years,
Student Guidance, G.A.A., Election Committee, Hall Guard.
WARD. DELORES "Ward"
Ambition-To be a stenographer. Mixed Chorus, Student Guidance,
Hall Guard, G.A.A.
WEAVER. PATRICIA "Pat"
Ambition-Interior decorator. Library Helper, Scroll, Band, Cheer
Club, Student Council, Honor Society, Hall Guard, Ring Committee,
Invitations and Decorations Committee.
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WEINBERG. SHELDON "Shel"
Ambition-To be a printer and get along with people.
WENZEI.. CHARLES "Chuck"
WINTERS. EDWARD "Ed"
Ambition-Stay a "Bachelor", Basketball Team, Senior Cabinet, Boys'
Chorus, Banquet Committee, Fire Marshal, B.A.A. Awards.
ZABAN. SEYMOUR "DOC"
' ' - ' .A.A. C 'tt on Decorations and Invitations.
Ambitlon Designer. B , ommi ee
ZARTH. WALTER "Wally"
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Ambition-To get along in l1fe. Senior a me ,
ZIMMEHMAN. PAUL "Zim"
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Ambition-To be a millionaire. Clean Up Committee, , a
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ANCONA, IOE "Daqo"
Ambition-Draftsman. Track-Cross Country-1 Letter, Baseball Letter,
Basketball Letter, Boys' Chorus, Senior Cabinet, Honor Society.
APPLEBAUM. RAYMOND "Ray"
Ambition-Retired Businessman. B.A.A., Hall Guard.
ARONESTI. ROBERT "Bob"
Ambition-To own my own shoe business. lune Prom Committee,
B.A.A., Cross Country Team-Captain, Track Team.
BABINEC. ANN "Annie"
Ambition-To travel. Cheerleader, G.A.A., Honor Society, Hall Guard,
Library Helper, Senior Cabinet, 3 Cheer Letters.
HACKER GERALD "Ierry"
Ambition-To be a pilot in the Air Force. Iune Prom Committee,
BAVETZ. FRANCES "Fanny"
Ambition--Secretary or Nurse. G.A,A., Girls' Chorus.
Ambition-Bi-Lingual Secretary. Student Council, G.A.A., Orchestra,
Senior Dance Committee, Service Guild.
BENES. ELAINE "Cris"
Ambition-To have a Classical Singing Career. Girls' Chorus, Senior
Dance Committee, G.A.A., Senior Cabinet, College Day Committee,
Girls' Chorus Letter, 2 Posture medals, G.A.A. Letter.
BENIGER. MYRA "My"
Ambition-To be happy and make others happy. Orchestra, Band,
Student Guidance, Service Guild, Senior Cabinet, G.A.A. Senior Ban-
quet Committee, Honor Society, Girls' Chorus Letter, Civic Chevron,
Orchestra Pin, 2 Band Medals, Latin Certificate.
BERAN, EMIL "Buddy"
Ambition-Printer. Prom Committee, B.A.A. Letter, Advanced Printer,
Ambition-'Radio Technician. Football Team, Boys' Chorus, Movie Op-
erator, Ir. Prom Committee, Financial Committee.
BUDKA. DONALD "Don"
Ambition-To be a success in life. B.A.A., College Day Committee,
Ambition-To find a job that pays about Sl6.00 a day, working from
12:00 to 1:00 and get an hour for lunch.
CAMPBELL, SHIRLEY "Lee"
Ambition-To become a Physical Education Instructor. Cheerleader,
Library Helper, Service Guild, Log Representative, Gym Office Helper,
G.A.A. Representative, Student Guidance, Advertising Manager of the
CERNY. LORRAINE "Cemy"
Ambition-To cook one meal that my husband can eat. Student
Guidance, Girls' Chorus, Honor Society, President of the G.A.A., Vice
gretsident of the G.A.A., member G.A.A., Scroll, Class Day, Senior
RAIN. BARBARA "Barbe"
Ambition-To get my P.H.D. in English and be an efficient English
Teacher. Student Guidance, Hall Guard, Library Helper, G.A.A., Cum
Laude, Latin Certificate, Civic Chevron.
RALLON. LILLIAN "Lila"
Ambition-To travel. G.A.A., Orchestra.
BALLON, LORRAINE "Bridget"
Ambition-To enjoy life. G.A.A., Cap and Gown Committee.
BARBAICOW. SYLVIA "Syl"
Ambition-Private Secretary. G.A.A., Student Council, Girls' Chorus.
BARTEK, ARLENE "R"
Ambition-Physical Education Teacher. G.A.A., Mixed Chorus, Flower-
Motto and Color Committee, Scroll, Honor Society, G.A.A.-Pin and
BERCIK. CHARLES "Chuck"
Ambition-Medical Secretary. Student Guidance, Honor Society, G.A.A.,
Flower and Motto Committee, Girls' Chorus Letter.
BRAUN. ANTON "Iuni0r"
Ambition-To be another Art Tatum. Boys' Chorus, Iunior Prom Com-
BRENTON, SHIRLEY "Shirl"
Ambition-To be a writer. Girls' Chorus, Log Helper, Honor Society,
G.A.A., Election Committee, June Senior Prom Committee, Hall Guard,
BRICHTA. DONALD "Don"
Ambition-To own a Hunting Lodge. B.A.A., Clean Up Representative.
CHESTER. ANNIE "Sugar"
Ambition-Private Secretary. College Day, Senior Play, G.A.A. mem-
bers, Mixed Chorus, Scroll member, Hall Guard, Library Helper.
CHESTER. HOLLIS "Chester"
Ambition-To see the world. President Camera Club, Senior Cabinet,
Keen Teens, Quill and Scroll, Scroll, Log Photographer, Mixed Chorus,
Track Team, S.P.Q.F.
CICHON. RONALD "l"renchy"
Ambition-To have a private secretary. Boys' Chorus, Mixed Chorus,
Advertiser on Scroll, College Day Committee.
CILEK, FRANK "Shorty"
Ambition-To join the U.S. Navy. B.A.A., Gift Committee, Hall Guard,
Library Helper, Swimming Team.
CIRKO, IOHN IACK "lack"
Ambition-Plastering Contractor. Football Team, BJ-LA.
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CLINTON. ROGER "Rodqe"
Ambition-To be a success in life. B.A.A., Hall Guard, Honor Roll,
Invitation Committee, Class Day Committee
DAREN, SHIRLEY "Shirl"
Ambition-To be a good secretary, and have a considerate boss.
Mixed Chorus, G.A.A., Honor Society, School Reporter, Pres. Student
Guidance, Student Council, Finance Committee, Office Helper.
DAVIS, BEATRICE "Bea"
Ambition-To lead a happy life. G.A.A., Student Guidance, Honor
Society, Hall Guard.
DEETS. ALICE "Al"
G.A.A., Girls' Chorus, Student Guidance, Honor Society, Clean-Up
Representative, Senior Banquet Committee.
DOCEKAL. RICHARD "Doc"
Ambition-Physical Education Teacher. Class Vice President, Senior
Cabinet, Fire Marshal, Basketball Team, Senior Tea and Dance, Honor
Society, Service Guild.
DUNDA. RAY "Scrooge"
Ambition-Owner and President of my own business. B.A.A.
DUNNE. SIDNEY "Sid"
Ambition-To be a big Businessman. Football Team, B.A.A., Iunior
Prom Committee, Honor Society, Hall Guard, 2 Football Letters.
DVORAK. CAROL "Bugs"
Ambition-Commercial Artist. Cheerleader, Decorations and Invitations
Committee, G.A.A., Library Helper, Hall Guard, 3 Cheerleader Letters.
DVORAK. DOLORES "Curly"
Ambition-Medicine, Concert Orchestra, G.A.A., Scroll, Library Helper,
Hall Guard, Banquet Committee, Honor Society, Orchestra Pin and 3
Guards, Solo Contest Medal.
DVORAK. ELAINE "Red"
Ambition-Model. G.A.A., Girls' Chorus, Gift Committee, Hall Guard,
College Day, Home Nursing Certificate.
FRUHAUFF, IOAN "Devil"
Ambition-Secretary. G.A.A., Girls' Chorus.
GABBERT. AUDREY "Gabbie"
Ambition-Nurse. Girls' Chorus, G.A.A., Student Guidance, Honor
GARLT. DOROTHY "Dot"
Ambition-Radio Singer. Orchestra, G.A.A., Honor Society, Class Day
Committee, Hall Guard, Orchestra Pin and 3 Guards, Ensemble Medal.
GOLDBERG. MARGARET "Margie" A
Ambition-To be a good wife. GJ-LA.
GRWDYS. EDWARD "The Pro"
Ambition-To get out of the dummy row in Stevenson's Class. Boys'
DOYLE. DORIS ARLENE FRANC "Doris"
Ambition-To get married. Girls' Chorus, Clean Up Representative,
Prom Committee, Posture Contest, Service Guild.
DRAPALIK. JAMES "Rambo"
Ambition-Physical Education Instructor. Color, Flower and Motto
Committee, Movie Operator, Clean Up Committee, Service Guild, Lunch-
room Sponsor, Honor Roll, National Honor Society.
DRAZDIK, MARIE "Angel"
Ambition-Office Worker. G.A.A., Mixed Chorus, Honor Society.
DUBINA. IIM "MH Anlbud"
Ambition-A Bachelor, Electrical Engineer. B.A.A., Boys' Chorus.
DUDAS. BIBIANA "BibS'
Ambition-Commercial Artist. G.A.A., Honor Society, Girls' Chorus,
Pin and Ring Committee.
DVORAK. IOSEPH "Ice"
Ambition-Pharmacist. College Day Committee, Invitations and Decora-
tion Committee, Finance Committee, B.A.A. Letter.
DZIEDZIC. LEONA "I.ee"
Ambition-To be a nurse. Band, Service Guild, Student Council, G.A.A.,
Ambition-Private Secretary. G.A.A., Girls' Chorus, Iunior Prom Com-
FENCL, LORRAINE "Laurie"
Ambition-Lab Technician. Band, G.A.A., Senior Cabinet, Student
Council, Student Guidance, Library Helper, Hall Guard, Honor Society,
Scroll, Gift Committee, A.P.S.L. Latin, Band Letter, G.A.A. Pin and
Letter, 9 Band Medals, Latin Certificate, Perfect Attendance.
FREHVIAN. ROBERT "Bob"
Ambition-Agriculturist. Student Council, B.A.A., Election Committee,
Class Day, Hall Guard, Library Helper.
GROSS. IOHN "Ambitious"
Ambition-To see the world. Band, Student Council.
GURZEHK, IOSEPH "Ice" .
Ambition-To get rich and retire young. Boys' Chorus, B.A.A., Senior
Tea and Dance.
HACKBARTH. RAY "Hack"
Ambition-To go into the electrical field. B.A.A., Honor Society.
HALAMA. MARY ANNE "Mare"
Ambition-To be a model. GJ-LA., Senior Tea and Dance Committee,
Girls' Chorus, Hall Guard. Girls' Chorus Letter, Home Nursing Certifi-
cate, Red Cross Card.
HALIK. DOROTHY "Dory"
Ambition-To enter the Commercial field. G.A.A., Hall Guard, Concert
Orchestra-Pin and 2 Guards, Ensemble Medal, 2 solo medals.
Ambition-To become a good housewife some day. G.A.A., Hall Guard,
Senior Tea and Dance Committee.
HECK, BETTY "Betts"
Ambition--Nursing, maybe-if the Squirrels don't change my mind.
G.A.A., Senior Ring Committee, Senior Dance Committee.
HEIMALIK. LORRAINE "Lott"
Ambition-Doctor. Orchestra, G.A.A,
HILLAM. IOANNE "Ioanie"
Ambition-School-teacher-then a home-maker. Student Guidance, Sen-
ior Cabinet, College Day, Girls' Chorus, G.A.A., Honor Society.
HOFFMAN, ARLENE "Stuff"
Ambition-To get along with people and work and do my best in future
years. Girls' Chorus, G.A.A., Invitation and Decoration Committee.
HOSS. GEORGE "Gunner"
Ambition-To get rich and retire young. Boys' Chorus, Basketball Man-
ager, B.A.A., Senior Dance.
HOSS. MARION "Mar"
Ambition-To he successful in everything I do. Girls' Chorus, G.A.A.,
HOVORKA. VERA "Blondie"
Ambition-To be happy and make others happy. G.A.A., Girls' Chorus,
Prom Committee, Office Helper, Hall Guard, Honor Society.
Ambition-To be the owner of a string of jumping horses. Printing Com-
Ambition-To enter the musical field. President oi the Orchestra, Senior
Cabinet, G.A.A., Secretary of the Senior Class, Editor of the Log, Honor
Society, Senior Banquet Committee, Orchestra Letter, Pin and 4 Guards,
2 Ensemble Medals, 2 Solo Medals, D.A.R. Award.
IIRSA. FRANK "Snooks"
Ambition-To visit the Empire State Building. Hall Guard, B.A.A.,
Clean-Up Committee, Senior Play, Basketball Queen Committee, Basket-
IOHNSON. BETTY "Candy"
Ambition-To become a good secretary. Band, Orchestra, Student Coun-
cil, Student Guidance, Honor Society, Service Guild, G.A.A., Iunior
Prom Committee, Senior Prom Committee.
IUSKO. RUTH ELLEN "Reii"
Ambition-To find the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Band,
Orchestra, Student Council, Student Guidance, Honor Society, Service
Guild, G.A.A., Senior Play Committee.
KAMPS, WILLIAM C. "Bill"
KAPLAN. SONDRA "Sandy"
Ambition-To be a success in the business world. SPOE, G.A.A.
HOIDIK. RAYMOND "Ray"
Ambition-To become educated. Printing Committee.
HOLESOVSKY. FRANK "Hole"
Ambition-To get rich and retire young. B.A.A., Boys' Chorus.
HOLIK. IOSEPH "'Ioe"
Ambition-To be a printer. B.A.A., Student Council.
HONDLIK, CAROL IOAN "Cure"
Ambition--To study Home Economics at Michigan State and get mar-
ried. G.A.A., Student Council, Prom Committee, Senior Cabinet, Honor
Society, Scroll, Mixed Chorus.
HORAK. MARIE "Mattie"
Ambition-To move out of Chicago. G.A.A., 500 point pin, Hall Guard,
Student Council, College Day Committee.
IANACEK. ALICE "Al"
Ambition-To own a sewing shop. Service Guild, Scroll, G.A.A., Danc-
IANOSKO, GEORGE "Iohn's"
Ambition-To be an accordion player. Band, Orchestra, B.A.A.
IILEK, IOAN "Ioanie"
Ambition-Career Woman. G.A.A.
IELINEK. RONALD "Ielly"
Ambition-To own the most modern gas station in the city of Chicago.
Boys' Chorus, Scroll.
IEROME. RAMONA "Moe"
Ambition-To hold a professional position in the field of music or art.
KARASEK. CHARLES "Chuck"
Ambition-To be a success in the musical field. Treasurer of the Senior
Class, Prom Committee, Boys' Chorus, Senior Cabinet, B.A.A., Honor
KARASEK, HELEN MARIE "Hal"
Ambition-To get married. Girls' Chorus, Student Council, Gift Corn-
mittee, G.A.A., Service Guild.
KATZ. CHARLES "Chuck"
Ambition-fTo become successful and maybe get married. Cadet Band,
B.A.A., Student Council, Division Treasurer.
KATZ. DOROTHY LYNNE "Dot"
Ambition-To get married. Student Council, Senior Dance, Clean-Up
Committee, G.A.A., Service Guild.
KLEIN. DANIEL "Decline"
Ambition-Army Officer. Hall Guard.
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KOSNER. DOLORES "Koz" '
Ambition-Laboratory Technician. Student Guidance, Girls' Chorus,
Honor Society, H-:dl Guard, G.A.A., Senior Banquet.
KOSTAL. HENRIETTE "Hank"
Ambition-To attend college. Co-Captain of Cheerleaders, Girls' Chorus,
College Day, Senior Play Committee, G.A.A., Library Helper, Hall
Guard, G.A.A. Representative.
KOSTKA. CAROLYN "Care"
Ambition-Artist or Singer. G.A.A., Girls' Chorus, Honor Society, Serv-
ice Guild, Invitation and Decoration Committee, Girls' Chorus Letter.
KOVARNIK. IVIILDRED "Dollie"
Ambition-To enter the religious field. Hall Guard, G.A.A., Senior Play
KOTESKY. DAISY "Blondie"
Ambition-To be a tarmer's wife. G.A.A., Cap and Gown Committee.
KRIVSKY. ARTHUR "Art"
Ambition-To play with Dangerous things. Baseball Team-2 Letters.
Basketball Team-l Letter, Senior Cabinet, Hall Guard, Boys' Chorus-1
Letter, College Day Committee, Class Day Committee, B.A.A., Senior
lgrom Committee, Student Council, junior Prom Committee, Honor
KUCERA. LEONARD "Len"
Ambition-To make a fortune. B.A.A.
KULAKOWSKI. RICHARD "Dick"
Ambition-To be a Stationary Engineer. Hall Guard.
KULICH. ALICE "DumpIinq"
Ambition-Old Maid. G.A.A., Mixed Chorus.
KUNCL. CONSTANCE "Connie"
Ambition--Laboratory Technician. Girls' Chorus, G.A.A.
LICKO. ANN MARIE "Annie"
Ambition-To enter the political tield. Student Council, Concert Orches-
tra, Hall Guard, Library Helper, G.A.A.
LOTARSKI. DOROTHY "Darth"
Hall Guard, Cap and Gown Committee.
MAREK. DOROTHY "I"reckIes"
Ambition-To be a success. Band and Orchestra, Student Council, Stu-
dent Guidance, Senior Tea and Dance Committee, Honor Society, Serv-
ice Guild, Band letter and 9 medals, Orchestra Pin and 3 guards.
IVIARGOLIS, BORIS "Blackie"
Ambition-'To retire at 25, a millionaire. Hall Guard, B.A.A.
KOUPENY. MARGARET "Margie"
Ambition-Housewife. G.A.A., Mixed Chorus, Student Guidance, Student
KOZEL. CHARLES IAMES "Chuck"
Ambition-To be a Master Printer. Boys' Chorus, B.A.A., Printing Com-
KRABEC. BARBARA "Bobs"
Ambition-To become a nurse. Honor Society, G.A.A., Library Helper,
KREICIK. VERDELLE "DelIe'
Ambition-To become a good secretary. G.A.A., Girls' Chorus, Honor
Society, Prom Committee, Service Guild.
KRESSEL, IARMILA "Gerri'
Ambition-Private Secretary and then a wife. G.A.A., College Day,
Senior Finance Committee, 2nd place in Posture Contest.
KUSMAN. ROBERT "Rush"
Ambition--To be a rich executive. B.A.A.
LAPINSKI, RONALD "Lip"
Ambition-Salesman. Senior Cabinet, Scroll, B.A.A.
LEAVITT. MARVIN "Bullet" .
Amhition-To be a rich man. Swimming Team.
LESKO. GHRTRUDE "Gert"
Ambition-To travel all over the world. G.A.A., Finance Committee,
LIBERMAN, LEON "Lee"
Ambition-Teacher. Senior Tea and Dance Committee, B.A.A.
MARINKO. LORRAINE "Lofty"
Ambition-Private Secretary. G.A.A., Senior Tea and Dance Committee,
Mixed Chorus, Honor Society, Scroll.
MAROSE. DOLORES "Kitten"
Ambition-To be a model and a wife G.A.A., Senior Prom Committee,
College Day, Student Guidance, Home Nursing Certificate.
MARGUART. ALICE "Dizzy"
Ambition-To own a ranch in Arizona. Mixed Chorus, G.A.A., Finance
Committee, Service Guild, G.A.A. Pin.
MARSHALL, DOLORES "Dolores"
Ambition-To be a singer with a certain orchestra. G.A.A., Girls' Cho-
rus, Mixed Chorus, Honor Society, Decoration and Invitation Committee.
MASCI, CARMEN "Conn"
Ambition-To be a successful businessman. Band.
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MASEK, IRENE "Renie"
Ambition-To be a success in life. G.A.A., Student Council, College Day
Committee, Student Guidance, Hall Guard.
MASEK. RMERT "Bob"
Ambition-Commercial Artist. Student Guidance, College Day Commit-
tee, Service Guild, Scroll Artist, Senior Decorating Commit.ee.
MASIN. DORIS "Dot"
Ambition-Secretary. Orchestra, Student Council, Student Guidance,
Senior Dance Committee, G.A.A., Honor Society.
Ambition-Mechanical Engineer. Hall Guard, Student Council, Serior
Cabinet, Honor Society.
MIKETA, IOHN "Mighty Mouse" .
Ambition-To go through college. Hall Guard, Senior Dance, B.A.A.,
MORYI.. LORETTA "Lorrie"
MIKITA. EVELYN "Eve"
Ambition-To get through with school. G.A.A., Girls' Chorus, Honor
MILBURN. ROWLAND "Rollo"
Ambition-Doctor. Boys' Chorus, Mixed Chorus and l Chorus Letter
Football Team, Football Letters, Pin and Ring Committee, Senior Play
MILLER. IORDAN "Iordie"
Ambition-Physical Education Instructor. Basketball Team-3 Letters
Baseball Team-1 Chevron, Boys' Chorus-1 Letter.
MINARIK. CHARLOTTE "Char"
Ambition-To marry or be a Dress Designer or an Art Teacher. Girls
Chorus, G.A.A., College Day Committee.
MLADENOFF. VIVIAN "Bibs"
Ambition-To be a successful secretary. G.A.A., College Day Commit
tee, Class Day, Election Committee, Hall Guard, G.A.A., Pin and letter
Mixed Chorus and l Letter, Library Helper.
Ambition-To make a place for myself in this world. Concert Band, Con-
cert Orchestra, Student Council, Student Guidance, Library Helper,
G.A.A., Honor Society, Election Committee, Iunior Prom Committee.
MUDRA BETTE "Moody"
Ambition-Hair Stylist. Gilrs' Chorus and Letter, Color and Motto Com-
mittee, Scroll, G.A.A.
MURGAS. ROSEMARY "Rosie"
Ambition-To succeed in all my undertakings. Student Council, G.A.A.,
Mixed Chorus, Honor Society, Ring and Pin Committee, Cap and Gown
Committee, Civic Chevron, Scroll, Library Helper.
NEIDICH. BEVERLY "Bev"
Ambition-To become a successful Stenographer. G.A.A.
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NELSON MARIORIE "Shorty"
Ambition-Switch Board Receptionist. G.A.A., Girls' Chorus, Hall Guard
NIEMIEC. DOLORES "Dolly"
Ambition-Professional Baseball Player and Physical Education Instruc-
and Orchestra, G.A.A., Finance Committee.
Ambition--To be happy. Girls' Chorus and l Letter, G.A.A., Hall Guard
and Decoration Committee, College Day.
Ambition-C.P.A. or C.M.A. B.A.A., Scroll, Hall Guard.
Ambition-Marry Money. B.A.A., Boys' Chorus, Senior Play Committee
Ambition-Musician. Band Letter and ll medals, Orchestra Letter, Pin
and 4 Guards, Service Guild, Senior Cabinet, Senior Tea and Dance
Committee, Honor Society, Civic Letter.
PANGRAC, FRANK IOSEPH "Pancreas"
Ambition-To be a professional Photographer and open my own busi-
ness. B.A.A., Hall Guard, Finance Committee, Boys' Chorus.
PARKER. MARGARET "Scottie"
Ambition-To help others and be a housewife. lunior Prom Committee,
PAULICH. MELVIN FRANK "Mel"
Ambition-Machinist. . .
PECHOUSEK. DELORES "Dolly"
Ambition-To marry a millionaire and travel. G.A.A., Senior Tea and
Dance Committee, College Day, Scroll, G.A.A. Award, Home Nursing
PECKA. AUDREY "Aud"
Ambition-School Teacher or a Medical Secretary. Band and Orchestra
Band Letter-9 medals, Orchestra pin, Honor Society, Library Helper
Iunior Prom Committee, Finance Committee.
PELC. IEAN "Pussy"
Ambition-Stenographer. G.A.A,, Honor Society, Student Council.
PELKA. LAVERNE "I.ovey"
Ambition-Nurse. G.A.A. Representative, Library Helper, Hall Guard.
PLESKO, VERA "Veer"
Ambition-Nurse. Orchestra, G.A.A., Ring and Pin Committee, Log Rep
resentative, College Day Committee.
PODEIMEK. CAROLE "Podzie"
Ambition-Laboratory Technician. Girls' Chorus, Service Guild, Student
Guidance, G.A.A., Finance Committee, Clean Up Committee, Honor So
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POGGETTO. RITA "Del"
Ambition-To lead a happy life. G.A.A., Senior Tea and Dance.
PRENTISS, EDITH "Edee"
Ambition-To settle down after working for a while. G.A.A., Mixed
Chorus, Color, Motto and Flower Committee.
PRIBYL, DONALD "Don"
Ambition-To be like Mariace. Senior Dance, Student Council, B.A.A.,
PRIBYL. RONALD "Prib"
Ambition-To be a college graduate. Student Council, Student Guid-
ance, Senior Play Committee.
RADTKE. RICHARD "Dick"
Ambition-To go to Michigan State College and become an Electrical
Engineer. Honor Society, B.A.A., Fire Marshal, Finance Committee.
RAIMAN, LORRAINE "Lor"
Ambition-Private Secretary. G.A.A., Scroll Reporter, Girls' Chorus,
G.A.A. Representative, Honor Society, Color and Motto Committee, Hall
RANDOLPH, TOM "Randy"
RICHMOND. RONALD "Slewfoot"
Ambition-Dentist. Basketball Team.
RICHTER. MARY ANN "Mimi"
Ambition-Model and wife. G.A.A., College Day.
ROHR, MARY LOUISE "Mary"
Ambition-To find success and happiness in life. Honor Society, G.A.A.,
Girls' Chorus, Library Helper, Student Guidance, Student Council, Scroll,
Representative to Keen Teen oi the Chicago Daily News, Senior Cabi-
net, Senior Gift Committee.
ROSE, ALLEN MELVIN "Al"
Ambition-Architectural Draftsman. Boys' Chorus.
ROSS, ELAINE "E"
Ambition-To work in an office at Sears. Tea and Dance Committee,
G.A.A., Hall Guard.
Ambition-Business Man. Football Team Captain.
DDING, GEORGE WILLIAM "Red" .
EVES. WALTER "Walt"
Ambition-To make a lot of money. Student Guidance, Honor Society,
B.A.A., Senior Dance, Dancing Club.
ZAC. CHARLES "Chuck"
Ambition-Electrical Engineer. Student Guidance, Honor Society, B.A.A.
ROZHON. ROBERT "Bob"
Ambition-To study medicine. Concert Orchestra-Solo and Ensemble
Contests, Student Guidance, G.A.A., Honor Society, Senior Banquet
Committee, Service Guild Orchestra Pin.
SCHMIDT. EDWARD "Smitty"
Ambition-Draftsman and to get married. Basketball team, Track team,
Boys' Chorus-Letter, B.A.A., Track Award, Service Guild.
SCHULTZ. GERTRUDE "Gerty"
Ambition-Beauty Operator. G.A.A.
SCHWED, ISADORE "Sonny"
SEDLACEK. CAROLYN "Kitten"
Ambition-English Teacher. Girls' Chorus, Student Council, G.A.A., Hon-
or Society, College Day Committee, Finance Committee, Student Guid-
SEKERA. FRANKLIN "Fritz"
Ambition-To make my lite worth something. Honor Society, Student
Council, Band and Orchestra.
SELAK. ELLA MAE "Ellen" .f
Ambition-High School Band Director. Concert Band and Orchestra, Stu-
dent Guidance, Solo and Ensemble Contests, G.A.A., Service Guild,
College Day Committee, Senior Play Committee, Orchestra Pin and 6
SHAFRAN. GLORIA "Glor"
Ambition-Housewife. G.A.A., Girls' Chorus.
SHUMAK. VERONICA "Ronnie"
Ambition-To be a success in business. College Day Committee, Band-
Letter and 7 medals, Class Flower and Motto Committee, Student Coun-
cil, Hall Guard, G.A.A.-500 point Pin and Letter.
Ambition-To he a doctor or engineer. Student Council.
SIMAK. IOAN "I oanie" '
Ambition-To be .an efficient secretary. Gift Committee, Honor Society,
SIMONIDES, ELEANOR "Ellie"
Ambition-Public Stenographer. G.A.A., Honor Society, Girls' Chorus,
Junior Prom Committee, Senior Play Committee.
SLAK, GLADYS "Bubbles"
Ambition-To be a private secretary or professional model. G.A.A.,
Sergor Play Committee, Hall Guard.
SMAHA, ELEANOR "Ellie"
Ambition-Secretary. Election Committee, Banquet Committee, College
Day Committee, Home Nursing Award.
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Ambition--To make money without earning it. Football.
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SMITH. PAUL "The Brain"
Ambition-To be successful. B.A.A., Student Council.
SPEVAK. IO ANN MARY LYNN "Blondie"
Ambition-To he a good Stenographer. G.A.A., Mixed Chorus, Orches-
SPRINGER. BETTY "Betts"
Ambition-Nurse. Girls' Chorus, G.A.A.
STANEK. VIVIAN "Vic"
Ambition-To grow tall. G.A.A., Orchestra Pin and Guard, Senior Tea
and Dance Committee, Hall Guard.
STEININGER. IAMES "lim"
Ambition-Electrical Engineer. Honor Society.
STEPANEK. PAULINE "Paul"
Ambition-Dress Designer, G.A.A.
DNICKA. RICHARD "Stud"
Ambition-To get out of the city and live. B.A.A.
SUBE. CARLA "Red"
Ambition-To go to the University of Michigan and be an Air Steward-
esslgtudent Council, Student Guidance, Honor Society, G.A.A., Service
SVETAL. NORMAN "Norm"
Ambition-Automotive Engineer. Senior Cabinet, Honor Society, Senior
Gift Committee, Service Guild, College Day Committee.
TAUB. LEONARD "Nellie"
Ambition-To be Mayor of California City. B.A.A., Prom Committee,
TAUSK. ED "Bubbles"
Ambition-Lawyer. Football Team, Iunior Prom Committee, Boys' Cho-
rus, Mixed Chorus, Scroll.
TI-IIERY, NANCY IEAN "Nan"
Ambition-To be successful. G.A.A., Mixed Chorus, College Day Com-
mittee, Honor Society, Election Committee, Senior Prom Committee, Li- V
brary Helper, Red Cross Home Nursing Certificate.
THORMAN. PAUL PHILLIP "Phill"
Ambition-Electrical Engineer. B.A.A., Printing Committee.
TlL,LlN. KENNETH M.
Student Guidance-Vice-President, Honor Society.
TFTELMAN. BERNARD "Bernie"
TROIAR. SYLVIA RUTH "Slush"
Ambition-To have a full and happy life. Student Council, Band-6
medals, Solo and Ensemble Contests, Orchestra-Pin, Honor Society,
Service Guild, Scroll, Civic Letter.
TUCKMAN. HAROLD "Tuckie"
Ambition-Physical Education Teacher. Basketball.
VANA. ELSIE "Punk"
Ambition-To fullfill all my fondest wishes. General Manager of the
Scroll, G.A.A., Girls' Chorus, Student Guidance, Honor Society, Prom
Committee, Service Guild.
VELEBIL. BETTY LOU "Dolly"
Ambition-To attend Wheaton College and then become the best mother
l can. G.A,A., Girls' Chorus, Service Guild, Student Guidance, Honor
Society, Senior Banquet Committee, Clean4Up Committee.
VERR. GERALD "Ierry"
Ambition-To become a Commercial Artist. B.A.A., Service Guild.
VESELY. DOLORES "Dee"
Ambition-To live a happy married life with "Sonny." Girls' Chorus,
Scroll, G.A.A., Honor Society, Class Day.
VRLA. VLASTA "Val"
Ambition-Air Stewardess. G.A.A.
VOKURKA. EDWARD "Pickles"
Ambition-To hit the "big time." Student Council, Senior Cabinet, Band,
Orchestra, School Dance Band, Three Band Contests, Two Orchestra
Contests, 8 Band medals, Orchestra pin and 2 guards.
VRBA. VIRGINIA "Virge"
Ambition-To acquire new friendship and preserve the old. Concert
Band, Concert Orchestra, Student Guidance, Service Guild, Student
Council G.A.A., Honor Society Officer, Iunior Prom Committee, Senior
Prom Committee, Latin Certificate, 9 Band Medals, Civic Award, Band
Letter, Orchestra Pin and 2 guards.
WARD. ARTHUR "Archie"
ambition-Ball Player. Boys' Chorus, B.A.A., Playing in Ivy Dance
WEBER. DELORES "Whiz"
Ambition-To get an "S" from Mr. Stevenson. Mixed Chorus, G.A.A.
Representative, Student Guidance, Honor Society, Senior Play Com-
WEISS, DARRYL H. "Tafyob"
Ambition-Big Businessman. Swimming Team, Senior Play Director,
Ambition-To succeed. Student Council, Honor Society, B.A.A.
WOODS. WILMA "Willie"
Ambition-Professional Model. G.A.A.
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WOITKOWSKI, WILLIAM "Bill"
Ambition-Lawyer. Mixed Chorus, Mixed Chorus Letter.
YANGI.. FRANK "Frank"
Ambition-Artist. Band lB-3B, B,A.A.
ZAIICEK. VICTORIA "Vickey"
Ambition-Stenoqrapher. G.A.A., Honor Society.
ZARYCZNY. CHESTER "Ches"
Ambition-To be successful. B.A,A., Boys' Chorus, Hall Guard, Clean
ZEMAN, ARLENE "AR"
Ambition-To be successful, G.A.A., Student Council, Honor Society,
Class Day, Hall Guard, Office Helper, Division Ofticer, Iunior Prom Com-
ZEMAN. IUNE LAVERNE
Ambition-Successful Secretary. Student Council, G.A.A., Girls Chorus
Assembly Hall Sponsor, Honor Society, Senior Tea and Dance Com
mittee, Hall Guard, Division Officer.
ZERING. GEORGE "Win y'
Ambition-Millionaire. Basketball Team, Boys' Chorus, Mixed Chorus
Honor Society, Senior
Finance Committee, lunior Prom Committee
ZIZEK. TOM "Booble '
Ambition-To be rich. Mixed Chorus, Student Council.
ZOLA. RICHARD "Rich"
ZVERINA. IOSEPH "Ice"
Ambition-Draftsman. Mixed Chorus.
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Row l-Dorothy Brook, Harriet Flcxmcxn, Dale Goldman, Robert Kanter.
Row 2-Marvin Kaufman lNo Picturel, Ann Silverstein, Sheldon Weinberg, Leonard Zeedyk.
reparing 'lfvutln Social!
A solitary figure, the "freshie" stands at the main en-
trance to Farragut, little realizing that the gay, chattering
groups are completely oblivious of his presence. A minute
longer, the widened eyes stare, mirroring fear, wonder,
and pleading for help. Seeing no signs of any imminent
danger, they move forward, borne by short, trembling legs.
Once more, they glance around, as if that one faltering
step was the sign for the attack to begin. Then, gaining in
assurance, the stubby figure walks swiftly down the
crowded halls, with one purpose in mind. "l will get help
in my division room."
Thus, from the first day on, the student goes to the divi-
sion room in need of help and guidance. Helping to plan
their programs, and their lives, the division teacher is a
high-school "parent" to countless students, and her duties
resemble those of the mother. Pupils do not usually enter
high-school as mature people, their personalities must be
molded, and the teachers victory depends, to a large de-
gree, upon the "pliability" of the student. Behind every
high-school success, behind every proferred diploma, is
the hard working division teacher.
Meeting 45 minutes a day, the division is a family
which must stay together all through the four years of high-
school. All is not only work, and the average "family"
holds many parties and gatherings during the year in the
MR. STARTER . . . 101B
Row l-V f Harriet Milstein, Dorothy Lee, Ida Williams, Doris Reich, Margaret Suchan.
Row 2'--Anita Iacobs, Lorraine Eencl, Mr. Staater, Arlene Bilelc, Rosemarie Uva, Barbara Schrnoll.
Row 3'-'Shirley Zdrubecky, Evelyn Dobson, lean Krrnaschek, Ruth Skokan, Pearl Cirko.
Row 4 ---JoAnn Bearden, Thomas Cothard, Marie Kubilc, Eileen Longshore, Wayne Sedlack.
Row 5-V Arnold Kramer, Charles Kuzelka, Richard Tomasiewicz, George Kiwasik.
Row 6 Carl Pomey, lemme Riendeau, Allen Boschan, William Brown, Wayne Pytlak.
Carl Pomey playing his first year on the baslcetb
he has the makings of a real player. Hoping to become a Cheer Leader, Pearl
Cirlco, already a Cheer member, is busy practicing two days a week for the
all team, has shown that
MR. SIEDENSTRANG . . . 102A
Row l -Mr. Siedenstrang, Philip Mintari, George Mil-zolajczak, Kenneth Thorell, Arthur Gold.
Row 2- lerrold Soble, E. Mandel, Ross Wagner, Eugene Paladino.
Row 3- V-Martin Smulevitz, Marshall Klieman, Howard Baich, Ioseph Flores.
Row 4- -Howard Cooper, H. Belinski, Donald Cohen.
Row 5 'Richard Ward, lay Sax.
Mr. Sieclenstrangs Div. 102A is now divided among seven other divisions.
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any of the boys in this division were wood shop fellows who made bird houses
for their own back yards.
BALTHIS . . . 103A
l-Martin Ondrus, Kenneth Sengstock, William Davis, Charles Benes, Ray Stachniak.
2-Wayne Czerwinski, Leo Gradzielewski.
3- Richard Stehmeir, Sherwin Kastel, Ierry Weiss, l-lenry Kohout, Ronald Budzik.
4--Charles Stephan, Mr. Balthis, Albert Skalak, Frank Schwartz.
5---William Cervenka, Frank Sotosek, Donald Breskey, Roger Koudelka.
6-'Henry Dorn, Robert Fremer, Ioel Bartels, Robert Peters.
- Phillip Osterman, Bernard Feder, Gerald Firmiss, Andrew Mikas.
This division can well be proud of itself. lt not only has the highest scholas-
tic standing of any shop division, but also, not a single discipline sheet has ever
been issued to a member of this section. With a beginning like that, Mr. Balthis
can expect to see every alumnus of lO3A to graduate in 1952 with high honors.
Boasttul can this division be ot their fine musicians since Leroy Feldgreber
MISS FLYNN . . . 105B
V -Blanche Bercusek, lune Vesely, Sylvia Sachs, Iacqueline Novak, Pat Riha.
Row Z-fflohn Novotny, Arlene Vesely, Yarmella Svoboda, Eleanor Glaser, Carol Psorki.
Row 3- Alvin Noftz, Carol Chrastka, Marian Draqisic, Karen Hosek, lim Hausfelcl, ,lames Qdchoon-
Row 4-Marvin l-lctfrnan, Elizabeth l-lastik, lordan Cokee, Icseph Bouse, Wilson Moter.
5 -Iules Lasser, Bernice Berk, lean Schendel, Alice Sterba, Walter Stack.
6- Laddie Peknik, Robert Verr, Beverly Satek, lack Dachman, Le Roy Feldareber.
and lack Dachman belong to the band. The orchestra boasts of such members
as lacqueline Novak, Arlene Wesely, Alvin Nottz and Armand Belsham. Vocal
talent is also quite common here because Carol Psorki, Pat Kicka, Elizabeth
l-lastel and Shirley Taibl exercise their voices in the Girls' Chorus. Of athletes
there is only one from here that is Iordan Cekee who is on the football team.
The honor society also has its share ot 105A because Elizabeth Hastik, Karen
Kosek and Advin Mottz belong.
MISS MORGAN . . . 213B
Row l loan Byrne, Charlotte Nagl, Dolores Kurz, lean Bowser,
Row 2- Lorraine Mayzis, Anne Hrnciar, Lillian Rehor, Meredithe Sweda, Lavern Kubellca.
Row 3- Charles Gosse, Dorothy Koran, Marlene Schmidt, Richard Musil.
Rowll Luella l-lolodziejske, Carolyn Rozhon, Pauline Learalccs, ludith Michelson, Ron Src-dl.
Row 5 Marlene Schwartz, Audrey Laznicka, lack Zak, Ray Sichrovsky.
Row 6 Adeline l-lofrichter, loe Svehla, Wfrlter Chmielo, Marvin Sperlina, RoliAnn Stznriririitirm,
Members of 213B are active in varied organizations. Pauline Learokos re-
ports all news to the Scrolls-'as well as from G.A.A. representatives. As Clean'
Up representative, Marilyn Sweda reminds them to keep the school neat and
clean. Several talented members are in the Band and Orchestra. Student Guid-
ance members are Audrey Laznicki, Bob Ann Sannerman and loseph Svehla.
Arthur Gola and Audrey Laznicki represent them in the School Council.
MISS COUGHLIN . . . 215A
Row l Eunice liitzenian, Arlene Albrecht, Eleanor Styble, lVl41:ic'irro lirizek.
Rcw 2 lean Torch, Dorothy Saliny, Marilyn Siggernifzn, Bessie lirdela.
blow 3 Emil Vlfuensch, Ge-rold Goldbaum, Charlotte Novotny, loyce Mesec.
Row fi Charles l3ikon'iy, Donald Coulson, Ray Pazerelcas, Dtrnicl Polowski, Alltfii lVir:1liL'.
t1W 5 Norbert Lima, Demo Dainas, Dennis Kodlawic, lack liroll.
Rt w 6 Ronald Nemec, Richard Swon, lrving Drobny, Richard Rerke.
Under the direction oi Miss Coughlin, division 2l5A is very active and co-
operative in school activities.
Donald Coulson is the president, and Grace l-lullca is the secretary oi the
class. Arlene Albrecht our delegate to the Student Council, Also in our division
we are active in the following: having movie operators, and orchestra. Qur
division is proud ot having seven on the Honor Roll.
MISS POWER . . . 2295
l-Iowl Grove Rcrterke, Pearl Stoinlvero, Viviun Lrvher, Charles Krtrl, ltrqueline
Huw fi Ruth Wolf, Morris Einbund, Alive D. Power, lohn llurnenilc, Bessie lllI'Ql1l1l.
HUW3 Mcrrilyn Edwards, Betty Lou Husu, Roberto Profdnt, Bttrbtrro Sdrhqrn, Ruth Durlcovit,
How 4 Allen Kovtrrik, Arnold Eoin, Morton Goldsmith.
How 5 Edwzrrd Kornorus, Vivtor Cibelli, Raymond ldvobus, Donatld Behlk' Donald Mttniszkcb.
Miss Powers "bright, young" students, not hovinq been ot Forroqut long,
couldn't voice onythinq but proise tor their new "ploce of business." Peorl
Steinberg, Division Reporter, wos especidlly impressed by the friendly rnonner
of Forroguts Citizens.
MR. RINKER . . . 212A
tif w l l.lllltlIt Drzrnlurou, Gr t1t'rt Zendlcwfk, L41 Verne' Mivus,
Huw 2 Coristtrrire lfsnieslu, Beverly Turek, Kdthorine Sirirdnek.
Vlrpw 3 Front: Mivhfrlok, Glorirr Kinoos, Morthcr Turhlnn.
How 4 l..rVorne SlIlJUI, Btrrlirrrrr Cdvtrntruqh, Dorothy Buehvinfq, Bevfrly llftllllll, Lt1Vt rnv bo.'liv1it'l:,
How fn B. Stepfrriek, Chcrrlos Bellod, lohn Zitek, Riclldrrl lones, Don Mtrsnj tk.
How 6 Mtzrshrrll Moskowitz, Elinor Younq, Don Ccrrdoni.
Division 212A hos indeed some celebrities in it. Richord lones ond l-lenry
Dorn ore Student Council Representatives. Mdry Lou Murrell won on honoroble
mention in the Posture Contest. "Boss" of this triendly roorn is Fronk Michelek,
whose job it is to oct os President oi this division.
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MCNAMARA . . . 3101-X
l--Thomas Hines, Floyd Schermer, Richard Strojny, Myrna Robin, Larry Keer, George Skudina,
Dawn Hainrihar, Tobey Katz, Gerry Adams.
2- loan Pechous, Gloria Stejr, George Klaisner, Marlene Swanson, lamos Smith.
Dolores Zaremba, Ronald Duske, Evelyn Nitzsche, Marilyn Miller, Virginia Vanrura, Ion
4-Iames Liberacki, Rose Lambert, Pearl Chudzik, Merle Honath, Charlyne Nied.
5- ilbert Stas, Rosemarie Drake, Charlotte Satranek, Arlene Valasek.
6 ert larolim, Andrew Sawchuk, Rochelle Berg, loseph Truhlar, Ronald Hrabe.
Our division is represented 1002 in the BAA and the GAA. Larry Keer,
bert Stas, Marlene Swanson, Dawn Hainrika, and Evelyn Nitzsche are in the
rchestra. Iohn Babor, and Virginia Vancura, in the Band. Marilyn Miller,
and Tobey Katz are on the student Guidance Committee.
Their unusual hobbies range from wrestling, hunting, hockey, tlyinqf Ding
pong, horse-back riding as well as nine of the more common ones.
MISS BUSACK . . . 318A
l-Phyllis Mikaitis, C. Sichrovsky, Howard Lang, Mildred Hauser.
2-Shirley Blazina, Sandra Brown, lean Lewis.
3-Helene Forman, Miss Busack, Iames Kosmond, Bob Sobeck, Howard Oser, Leonard Pasco.
4-Marilyn Sovyak, Sandra Gerber, Alvin Hirsch, Marshall Safran, David Einbund,
5k Pat Tresch, Helen Mesik, Bernadette Ziemba, Elaine Novak, Irene Hosek, Sonin Marcus.
6-Delores Goldberg, Helen Deitchman, Anita Silverman, Sandra Goldshall.
7-Carol Lyle, Sandra Tuma, Ann Kotes, Io Ann Kricensky, lack Grossman.
The busy little city of division 318A under the supervision ot Miss Busack
lively group ot twenty-seven. The fine co-operation and splendid citizenship
make it a quiet but homey family, all striving to achieve high goals. Like any
other city we have our president and staff, and when out ot line, need help or
in trouble, we know where to turn. We treasure the friendliness and sociability
evident at all times.
MISS CROWELL . . . 323A
Row l-Frances Erazmus, Donna Neumann, Iacqueline lose, Phyllis Chaloupka, David Prochaska.
Row 2-Dunitz Nelson, Evelyn Marsden, Mitchell Sabat, Eva Nikeuy.
Row Sfloseph Tichy, Dorothy Marshall, Alex Patrick, Ralph Surowiec.
Row 4--Ruth Tomich, Donna Vandine, Marie Nilles, Ierry Bedell.
Row 5-A1ice.Nawiesniak, Florence Dusza, Barbara Chesne, Louise Sinople.
Row 6eDennis Thorfeldt, Arlene Daniels, Marion Gorgan.
-Don Klier, Sherman Levin, Marjorie Furlet, Doris Havlicek.
Can you find the musicians, magicians, and a quiz kid in this group? They
there in room 323Ae-just watch them during the next four years.
The seven members of the honor society are here-Arlene Daniels, Phyllis
Chaloupka, Doris Hazucka, Marie Nilles, David Prochaska, Iacqueline lose,
and Florence Dusda. Can you find their bright and shining faces? The band
members, Dennis Thorfeldt and Iames Reynolds, the girls' chorus members,
Donna Rae Neumann and Donna Van Dine, and the orchestra members, Phyllis
Chaloupka, Marjorie Furlt, Louis Sinople, and Donna Van Dine look "musical",
Division 326A points with pride to its ten members who are Honor Society
don't you agree?
MISS COX . . . 326A
l Eric Wesley, Charles Harris, Thomas Janata, Steve Wielgus, Kenneth Kassal.
Row 2--Leslie Prizant, Leslie Frailich, Charles Schwartz, Robert Buric, Richard Burns, Frank Kuta.
Row 3-- Donald Dragel, lames Kummerow, VVayne Musilek, lune Finley, ,lo Ann Triner, Betty
Row 4- 'Shirley Meyerson, Patsy Kalas, Lois Zoufal, Viola Ianosko.
Row 5-- Helen Lieberman, Elaine Kruse, Ina Friedman, Dolores La Valle, Ioan Bene.
Row 6-V-Libby Davies, Virginia Codack, Arleen Kahn.
studentsg twelve who have not been absent or tardy during the first semester:
ten who are members of the Orchestra or Band, three who have been elected
to the Student Council, and two who are taking part in Student Guidance. This
division is also proud of Lois Zoufal, who won first place in the Book Review
Contest, and of Bruce Landry, who, at the end of the first semester, had a grade
of "S" in every subject.
David Hollander, Duane Yates, Rosemary Anglet, Maryann Smith.
MISS HEIDENBLUTH . . . 402B
Row l--Audrey Ewing, Adrienne Birds, Virginia Franic, lerry Kmen, Blanche Zahalka, Edward
Row 2 f-lerry Lausk, Lewis Reven, Ted Kujawa, Mary Rezab,
-Grace Zuno, Alice Friedman, loan Poverand, Paul Ondracek.
Standing Ronald Kamykowski, lean Masek, Louis Wegrzyn, Ioseph Nemec, David Bender, Robert
Martinec, Phillip Grisolia, Marshall Levin, Robert Broz, ,Terry Rosenthal, Ioseph Watka, Fred
Klonak, Miles Stetlca, lack Sedivy.
This division seems to be musically inclined. They boast ot tive Orchestra
members and a number ot Chorus members. They are also represented on
the Football Team by Fred Klobnakg in the Student Guidance by Phil Grusoliag
in the Student Council by Paul Ondracek and Duane Yalts. Three members
ot this division are in the Honor Society, one ot whom is vice-president.
MISS DUNN . . . 421A
Row l Carol Mattel, Kay Ve-ntirniglia, Ioanne Katek, Karen Wc':f'ker, Patsy King.
Row 2 Stella Scids, Howard Goldman.
Row 3 Maxine Moore, lcla Lifshultz, Vera Dunovsky, Lois Kaplan.
Row 4- lames Dvorak, Dolores Pazarslcas, Adrienne Bluver, Patricia Mlller,
Row 5 Richard Parma, Frank Bowling, Don Burda, Frank Sterniisha,
Row 6 Robert Palaoino, Marvin Stroube, Bob Sramek, Tohn Wallace.
Row7 George Musica, Richard Erce, Lawrence Goldberg, Merwin Sigal,
Row 8 Iris Pechota, Thelma Shatter, Alberta Siegel.
This division seems to have tendencies toward music, fourteen students
partalcing in the schools musical organizations. Talent is not limited here,
though, as the students are also active in such notable extra-curricular groups
as the Honor Roll, the track team and as library helpers. Miss Dunn deserves
credit for having a tine class with a bright tuture. A talented girl, Carol Mattel,
plays the cello, takes piano lessons, sings solos in church, is on the honor roll
and has had perfect attendance.
FISHER . . . 422A tformerl
Gwen Suckman, Shirley Portugal, Sharon Feldman, Vtfayne Matousek, Harold Esraltrn.
Barbara Wiesner, Iohn Kuta, Benita Friedman, Alice Feldman
Robert Hirsch, Ronald Baton, Donald Sherpan Edward G l b
, - o u ,
Barbara Pokorny, Dorothy Sinclair, Betty Zupancich.
loan Kriz, Lillian Grnner, Paul Bulmash, Ronald Lejack, Alice Bene.
lt ambition is any measure ot success th' d' ' '
, is rvrsion is bound for the top, well
provided with a sense of humor, intelligence, and industry to reach their goal.
Besides eight on the Honor Roll-ffseveral are in the Girls' and Boys' Choruses,
Student Guidance and Council, Orchestra, Band and on the track team.
Most of the m b '
em ers ot these clubs are taking part in more than one activity
as they really want to be a t t
tone, Arthur Bereshcim Allen Curin.
par o the school.
MRS. SYMON . . . 4255
Row l' Marie Vescio, Connie Chavez, Mildred Guleiva, Rita Draplik, Dolores Sroczynski,
Row 2- Lorraine Segal, Patsy Beran, Bernice Milcolcljewslci, Sharon Pazul, Laverne Steta.
Row 3 -Barbara Forsman, Iean Miller, Eileen Zuckoft, Mary Mack, Robert Hirsch.
Row 4 Shirley Svoboda, Iames Fosco.
Beverly Quick, Grace Barnes, George Holt.
Marvin Worst, Donald S
lohn Hansa, Ronald Iackson, George Kodadek, Bill Capouch, Evesf Bouie, Edward Bavotz,
Our division though almost forgotten in a corner of the school is not left
out on its activities. Most of our 32 members are in some activity. We have
three on the honor roll, one in the student council, five in Student Guidance, two
in girls' chorus and one in the boys' chorus. The girls have gone out tor the
G.A.A. while the boys are lO0'Xv for the B.A.A. The cheer club has two of our
members, one which is a tumbler.
Mrs. r as lB'sl to determine how
many of original will rad
g uate. Three have dropped so far, How many will
survive to graduation day??
Symon is keeping original seating cha t K
MISS IORGENSEN . . . 426B
Row l Miss lorgensen, Donald Vejvoda, Barbara Bucek, Carole Sinclair, Charlene Vavra.
Raw 2' -V M. I. Prock, lda Riley, Myra Motefi, lean Rosen, Marvin Libert, Dorothy lfuka.
Row 3- Lorraine Fragale, Gilbert Libert, Marie Zverina, Audrey Talpa, Audrey Sering, Korrrievth
Row 4 Nancy Baurnrucker, Sherwynn Binstcck, Ierry Lett, Boris Rapport.
Row 5-f-V-Lillian laneka, larmila Suda, Allen Teitelman, lerry Kogen.
Row 6- lerome Brown, lerry Vinarsky, Ioanne Zavesky.
We, the students ot 42613, think ot our division as our school home. ln
every Way we try to keep it clean and neat. Co-operation in our division is at
its highest level. Our meetings during short division are run on a parliamentary
system. Our president calls us to order and the secretary reads the minutes
from the day betore. li there is no business to be discussed the meeting is turned
over to Miss lorgensen who then reads the bulletins or any noticesg after which
the meeting is adjourned and We have the rest ot the time to study.
MR. MACH . . . 117A
Row l-Emil Fako, Ron Razim, Don lim Rczhon, lsadore Graber, Iames Malek.
Row 2-V lim Ludvik, lohn Stachniak, Frank Voseipka, Richard Kalebic.
RCW 3-- Arthur D. Manns, Bill Sells, Gerald I-leiser, Robert Butler, Torn Kaufmann.
Row 4-Ted laydorski, Bob Rose, Anthony Brodnicki, Henry Brownlcw, George Evans, Leonard
Row 5-W Eddie Hribar.
Mr. Mach's former Division 104-B was made up oi boys from 2B to 4B. Iohn
Stachniak Was cn the track teamfewe were all proud ot him tor he was the only
one in the division interested in sports. This division lasted for only one
semester- A-we were then divided among many rooms.
MR. BLOOM . . . 115B
Bow l lohn Dudas, lulius Heck, lerry Froida.
Bow 2 Bill Walters, lames Boll, William Freck, Florian Kasperski.
Bow 3 Mr. Bloom.
Row 4 Walter Bock, lerry lurasek, Charles Sasiadek, Orville Brezina, Thorn rs Kuratko.
Row 5 Charles Dvorak, Marvin Bogda, Tom Nernec, Alon Obluck.
Bow B Sherwin Alop, Doniel Trnoska.
The group oi boys in division ll5B spent one very enjoyable semester to-
gether. They participated in various school activities, Tom Nernec and Ierry
Froida went out tor Football, Chuck Dovark played Basketball and other fel-
lows played Baseball. Laddie Bilek was in the Orchestra and lohn Dudas in
the Band. Two boys, Orville Brezinal and lulius Heck were on the Honor Boll.
The boys also planned and enjoyed a very successful Xrnas Party.
We sort oi regret to see this semester end as it means the boys will be
separated, each going to new division roorns.
MR. WARNER . . . 119B
llow l Mr. Wctrricrr, Billiard Farrell, Eugene Gallina, Dennis Crockett, Solomon lclolrnvs, lorry ltcyttcrr.
How 2 larnes Vevtrktr, Don Kriz, Sheldon Lipner, Victor Kos, larnes Ster, Bill Kusrnan.
How 3 Stephen Kaczrntrr, lrwrn Lowenthol, lack Lzruber, Robert Maenner.
HCW4 Ronald l-lilgcr, George ll-rvlivk, loe Riedl, lcseph Tyrner, l-lorry We rnberg.
This division ll9B is made up ot boys taking a Tech. Course. Being a shop
division we are called upon to do extra work tor other departments in the school,
but we are very willing to cooperate. Also various projects were rnade tor a
PTA exhibition on April l-4 displayed in the assembly hall. A drill press has
iinally been installed in our shop room, Some ol the boys who have some space
time are putting up the press.
an , orc estra and both choruses. These students'
MISS MCCLELLAN . . . 222C iFormer Krobl
Row Lorraine Siedare, Elaine Kaspar, Rosalie Crarnarosso, Charlene Cohen.
Row Helen Schwed, Anna Gorkowski, Marianne Gorkowski, leannette Crisci.
Row Lenore Yarmulnick, loseph Krob, Sara Lee Weismari, Ruth Rosenberg.
Row Philip Katz, Neil Dorenfeld, lrvin Zalutsky, Ronald Zdrubectky, Dolores Kulns.
loyce Miller, Lois Witt, Patsy Malek, loan Hasrrian.
Francine Halarna, Arlene Wilson, Alfred Wiesmeyor, Howard Olson.
Antionette Krapek, Estelle Dunne, loyce Krawitz.
lohn Vesely, William Domabyl, Melvin Cohen, Seymour Zelener, Gene Vosivky,
Music, in all torms, beckons to Division 222C, as we point with pride to our
students represented in the b d h
names may also be tound on the Honor Roll ot our division, tor while music is
their pleasure, a good education is their aim.
This semester four ranking girls oi this division took a test to see whether
or not they will quality to try tor a scholarship to attend the University of
MISS PETERSON . . . 228C
Row l Dorothy Blecha, Vilma lose, Ruth Presto, Noreen Mingori.
Row2 Lorraine Kam, loan Masek, Karen Epstein, Marion.: Rott.
Row 3 loan Novak, Carol Ruback, Barbara Colangolo, Rosemtzry Alexa
Row 4 Dolores Becker, Martha Ondrus, Marion Kronek.
Row 5' Nanvy Ruscitti, Gloria Fraser, Charmaine Krai.
ROWG Letty Lerner, leanne Carlson, Richard Gaiicar, Fraiikliri Studrawxi, Franklin VVtilI.
Row 7 Charles Spevak, Don Sponholz, Sheldon Cohen, Art Tyinick, Norman Simon.
Cree, whiz, will they ever stop talking and telling jokes? A da n
. y ever
passes without a giggle from the tront ot the room and a whisper trom the hack
But we have our good points, too. Activities and talents are plentitul in 228'
W h ' ' '
e ave everything from an ice-skater to a clarinet player. Some oi us should
be comedians and give Bob Hope a little competition Could it be we are too
modest or too corny. Cur smothered laughter shows signs ot devilish pranks.
Yet, when silence reigns something is definitely wrong. The only time we lower
our voices is on report-book day. We greet this with low grunts and murnhles.
MISS CADY . . . 317B
Like any other division in the
1 Miller, Arlene Lipson, Veronica Murphy, Lillian Malan, Ruth Hanuslca.
Shirley Mack, Merrill Zabelka, Virginia Stawarz, Annette Warkel, Mary Vesely.
Audrey Wagner, Sheldon Shapiro, lohn Kucera, Richard Verba.
Fred Will, Gus Novotny, Leonard Marek, Bob Stavenger, Robert S hwartz.
Miss Cady, Barbara Congdon, Anna Accettoro Eta Deutchman Elizabeth iskerka El
, , , , aint
Hnatek, Constance Sobota, Leotta Burcham, ludy Sidlowslci, Ruth Knobloch, loHanne Malzr-
ski, Sam Oleinick.
Peter Cothard, Henry Mlekush, loseph Meyerowitz.
school we have our music-minded in the
Orchestra, Band and Boys' and Girls' Chorus. Then we have the sports minded
participating in th thl t' t' ld ' '
e a e ic ie . All our members acting as a team, we find
our division a pleasant one, being a d l
goo p ace to study, but also to have a
good time at a division party.
Every third period and short division period our class functions as a family,
making things better tor ourselves and others.
MISS HOPKINS . . . 321B
Flow l Catherine Guzzo, Phyllis Marrese, Mary Eberle.
Row2 Barbara Visek, loan Peslculski, Helen Kovalslcy, Nancy Passine.
Row 3' Mary Kucera, Ramona Pascual, Evelyn Krejcik, Iohn Koreja.
Row 4--Ioyce Dunham, lune Pritsche, Alice Fridrich, Evelyn Kavalir, Ann Frola, Norman Iottrey,
Otto Bultas, Paul Zazulak, Phil Denenberg, Stanley Loula, Philip Lazar, George Schric-der.
Row 5- lerry Curri, Arnold Horwitz, Ed Little.
We use our short division as well as long division for a study period
lt was a surprise to all of us how much can be accomplished in that h t
u S OI'
time by actual study.
Now Division 321B works together like one big happy family.
We also boast of three members in the Student Council.
Row l f
BONNER . . . 325B
Gloria lakovac, Darlene Lahn, Maryann Zamparelli, Betty Burkhardt, Stanley Ulijasz,
ludy Eerrini, Henrieta Trzebiatowski, Gladys Straub, Audrey Albrecht, Paul Micus.
Row 3-Loretta Skudrna, Hazel Brown, Geraldine Ludinqton, ,lean Butqereit, Arlene Chabus.
Row 4---Barbara Trumbetash, Leroy Bendel, Antonet Zamparelli, Yetta Weintraub, Corrine Lewan,
Row 5- -Mary Trexel, lackie Glaser, Iris Nudelman, Mildred Havlicek, loan Truda.
-Edward Steininqer, Carl Bearden, Paul Gross, Eugene Vlasak, Edward Kuliqowski.
Our division is like one happy family. Of course, we have our faults which
appear every so often but we have our qood points too. We try to co-operate
with Miss Bonner and when asked to contribute to funds we try to go over the
top. The Student Council of our class sent a box to the T.B. hospital at Christ-
Arlene Chabus and Barbara Phillips are the mad artists of the class, both
winning art awards. Eight of the 36 in the room are on the honor roll.
MISS POTTER . . . 410C
Row l--loan Ruback, Mary lones, Evelyn Witkiewicz, lean Lenoch, Harold Bolotin.
Row 2--Shirley Rudman, Rosemary Suchomel, Maryann Hahn, Kenneth Doumel.
Row 3--Marie Novotny, Marge Stepina, Bette Toborq, Miss Potter, Dorothy Iaeqer.
Row 4---Walter Sobek, Robert Kafka, Peter Hruby, Tony Kral.
lacqueline Boucek, Maxine Schneider, Edward Kohleck, Sam Harris.
lohn ledlicka, Charles Cervenka, loseph Cibulka, David Allen.
Four ten is the most versatile division boasting of several members in
nearly every organization in school. In basketball there are D. Allen, B. Kafka
and R. Wolf. ln football, there are A. Kral, M. Broadway. ln orchestra there are
S. Harris, R. Hrubyp Band P. Hruloy, I. Cibulka, E. Toborq. In stage crew are I.
ledlicka, W. Koleck. Cheerleaders are: M. Hahn, I. Lenoch. ln Girls' Chorus
are M. Schneider, S. Pudinan, R. Suchomel, M. Hahn. In Boys' Chorus are K.
Doumel. Student Council R. Hruby, and in the Clean-Up committee M. Zeman,
M. Stepina. Cross Country are K. Doumel, and L. Schulman. Honor Society?
Everyone in 4lUC is a brain.
MR STEVENSON . . . 419B
Row l Lumir Dvorak, loan Mason, Virginia Papucci, Maryann Vanc, Nancy Ierome, Ann Majerczyk
Row 2 'Pat Nelson, Marlene Isaacson, Annette Kastrow
lim Hans, Don Billenstein, Rich Hrubecky, lean Kase, Eva Zahour.
Row 4 Eugene Neverovski, Daniel Zid, Frances Fuka, Geraldine Gabriel, Barbara Berger.
Row 5 Ronald Moll, Wm. Vacko, Charles Pojrnan, L, Gulczynski.
Chavez Gerardo, Robert Holik, Ronald S
We know our div
o e people in it and
the way we run things in a democratic way. We elect officers who take up and
discuss with the class all matters concerning the division. All questions are de-
cided by a majority vote.
ision is interesting just because t th
We are th
m ers serving on the election
board, and as a result ot the election we have three members serving in the
e only second year division with me b
MRS. MUENCH . . . 420B
Row l Roberta Kastner, Barbara Rodenak, lulia larosz Gcrdldin K l
, r e teas.
Row2 Mary Ann Svach, Marlono Caba, Vivian Vanourek, Ioan Malin, Rose Marie Ruhacek.
Row 3 Lillian Hlrnka, Paula Baltax, Marion Leska, Lillian Iarzi.
Row 4 lorry Gold, Elaine Piskule, Frank Losos, Prank Thomas.
Row 5 Berntird Feinstein, William Zerin, Barton Weisbond, Robert Adams.
Rowo M 1 1' '
ikr Ptrlowski, Ken Alter, Allan Cohon,
What luck! Two girls tor every fellow! Gur honor students are William Zerin,
Frank Thomas, Geraldine Kielas, lulia larosz and Lillian l-llinka. Marlene Caba,
Iulia larosz, Marianne Hare, Geraldine Kielas and Mary Saenz are members
ot the Girls' Chorus Paula Boetax i ' tl B
. s in re and and Allan Cohen is on the
lunior Basketball team.
MISS BURSIK . . . 427B
Bow l Leonard McCracken, Dorothy Cerrnak.
Row 2 Beatrice Dvorak, lanet Videqar, Donald Nowicki.
Bow 3 loyoo Sirota, Dolores Booian, Tema Friedman.
Bow 4 Helen Barbakow, Cscar Gans.
Bow 5 Ieanne Marose, Frances Krahulik, Henry Stejskal.
Bow 6 Sherwin Klassman, Norman Hanson, Marvin Chart.
Row 7 Thom lsempkovvski, Louis Kacllec.
Miss Bursilds division 427B boasts oi six members on the honor roll and a
qood number that are musically inclined. Those on the honor roll are Dvorak,
Gabriel, Kohout, Lempkowslci, Shimanelc, Sirota. The band claims loyce Sirota
and Iohanne Shimanekg the Girls' Chorus, loan Kassel, and Betty Gabriel.
Betty Medinah shows the trend ot art definitely "South of the Border" has a
MRS. MINNE . . . 429C
Carol Paqlia, Ruth Monzel, Dorris Stolsrrart.
Hoxv Q2 Geraldine Sroozynski, Barbara Mellon, Marilyn Novak, Geraldine Kutfis.
" ' Albin Meznarich, Norman Sturt, Mrs. Mtnncr, Barbara Scliellerilifra, Timothy Finn, Lkmiinnt
' Gerald Samuels, Ierry Gubin, Lorraine Gwnvlielc, Dorothy Caritelltz.
How fn larnes Sebela, larries Lechner, Elcianor Nieirncro, Berttye Masft.
Brew E3 R. llornik, Robert Werner, Mildred Muryliy.
Division 429C are all around loes and loans. They are represented in a
aood number in the Band, Orchestra, Choruses, and Student Guidance.
They have orqanized into a student body with Iames Sebela a student
leadina them as class president, They are the future ot this country.
f kj f '
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MRS. SIEWERS . . . 210D
Howl Leo Slezak, Mike Vestino, Andrew Papucvi.
Row 2- -Fannie Stevens, loyce Shay, Ronald Molik, Bill Svec, C-:role Kassal, Allen Mim-s.
l'iow3 Mrs. Marjorie Siewers, Shirley Fleisleber, Betty Wood, Geraldine Snnt, Gwitildino Pitiztik,
Shirley Teska, Dorothy Bicoks, Marvin Schneider.
We have here a "bunch of brains' with the great masses on the Honor
Roll. Shirley Fleislieber and Emily Martinec are in the Band and Orchestra
This division also claims that cute model in the Fashion Show, Shirley
The girls' chorus has no grudge against 210 tor we keep them well supplied
with "voices that satisfy."
MILLER . . . 213C
I Row Shirley Pogacnik, Naricie Cizek, loe Morarin, Ray Harvzin.
Row 2 'Helen Fiala, Dolores Petting, Mr. Miller, Clarice Mideiskt, Mary Ann Ncilsc n.
Row 3 Norman Mazanec, Mitchell Tuchten, Sheldon Kogen, Arlene Maztinek,
ROW4 Charles Velek, lrving Lielerman, Dolores Bush, Ioyce Shay,
Row 5-H lune Klicka, Iune Anthony, Dorothy Kohoiit.
Maybe it was because this group was such a lively bunch that it was
decided to give Mr. Miller's nerves a chance to recuperate. Anyway the room
was split up and sent to 302, 405 and 4l7, during the second semester. There
the exiles are sighing for the "Good old days" back in the tall ot 1948 in room
fViW,,1tf" Ng ,J
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M ss CADA . . . 302D
I Bow l---Howard Prahl, Bernard Harris, Bessie Thomas, Margaret Pfiifner,
J ' Row 2--Marilyn Segal, Gerry Bazzle, Anna Ioch.
I Row 3- -Rita Soukup, Dolores Singer, Betty Iaffe.
Row 4 -loni Lance, Walter Lee.
A N 5 Row 5- Earl Gross, Allen Kramer, Leonard Spiwak, Mark Narancich.
yy ' J J Division 302D-Many people think of it as just a name and number, but this
senior group thinks of itself as a procession. Yes, a procession, of personalities
W and characteritics which Works, plays, and studies together with little friction,
L 1 ln ,find smooth matching. The Student Guidance members lead the parade, with
the band and orchestra following, Next come the GAA girls and varsity ball
Q M if
OJ J fklly Ill?
rf A 'JJ'
A fliyljl if ,Mg fin
if . it
players, resplendent in blue and gold uniforms: The clowns dance along and
last, but not least, the intelligent, scholarly pupils march somberly by. That
isn't the whole of the tale: At the head of it all, strides Miss Cada, the true
leader, inspiration, and breadwinner of 302D-eTo some it's just a procession . . ,
MISS BENSON . . . 303C
Bowl--loan Schumacher, Bonnie Hunciley, lrene Kuchan, Loretta Hardt, Mary Foulton, Iudith
Placek, Edna Cesal, Audrey Fingl, Marion Plattner, Ray Klimczak,
MW 2-f-Ioan Bragiel, Edith Tunick, Ruth Neil, Dagmar Skrdlant, Arlene Perch, Robert Hartman,
Row 30 -Betty Vitek, Darlene Dvorak, lune Benak, Shirley Fencl, William Slodki, lulius Stevak.
Row 4-V-Patsy Mikaitis, Miss Benson, Irene Podzamsky, Frances Kovacich, Ellouise Womack, Hugo
M 6 this division brains, there are few:
o be exact we have only two,
mbers, there are, of the orchestra and band,
hich proves in all activities, we have a hand.
There is a football hero and a track star,
And Scroll members make 303 Way above par.
Last but not least there is Miss Benson, one gal,
Who is by all means we think a great pal . . .
MRS. BECK . . . 312C
Row l Millie Ramey, Alice Zoltowski, Mary Ann Porowski, Rose Lerner, Georaiana Trexel,
Row 2-Maryanne Smith, Kay Hicks, Louise Peterson, Anna Finqoust.
Row 3 Mildred Anderson, Katie Belle Anderson, Ioan Gorisch, Vera Brasic.
Row 4---Frances Vileta, Mildred Pokornik, Darlene Pearson, Lorraine Soukup.
Standing--Privoznik, Larry Schulman, loe Klaput Ed L
Katz Robert P l
, orr, Iames Hladnik, Carl Iakovoc, Henry
, a uaa, Herb Billenstein, Bob Vashinko, Bill Luth D '
er, ave Pierson, Mrs. Beck,
An active division is 3l2C, with the students participating in activities
such as: the girls' and boys' chorus, the football team, the basketball team, the
band, the Scroll, student council and orchestra. Everyone in the division is
friendly and willing to cooperate in a plan the majority of the division would
like to have done. Any parties that are held by the division are enjoyed by all
and turn out to be a qreat success. We all lik ' ' '
want it t h
e our division, and we wo
o c anae.
MISS MITCHELL . . . 317C
Row l---Lois Lukes Enid Goldst '
, ein, Fern Schalund, Arlene Malek.
Row Zffloan Planiqer, Barbara Ewing, Blanche Kirch, loan lezek,
Monty Hill, Miss Mitchell, Lorraine Kupka, Lorraine Kozeluh, Bob Meyers, Arlene Strabel,
Row 4--Ralph Halter, Albert Fraqale, Richard Bernard, William Havlin.
Bill Yates, Carl Christoff, lames Ruzicka, Bill Knobloch.
Row Gflames Ceschke, Richard Slama, Morris Broadway.
Division 3l7C broken u '
, p in Ianuary, was an active one under th
of Miss Mitchell.
lt boasted ot two members in the Band, four in the Orchestra and seven on
the final Honor Roll. The Scroll claimed two editors, Monty Hill, Pa. two editor,
and Bob Meyer, Sports Editor. Room officers were Bob Meyers, president: Bill
Hockinqs, vice-president: Mildred Schwartz, treasurerg Fern Schalund, secretary.
MISS DUDA . . . 319C
Standing-Miss Duda, Bette Lue Laabs, Dolores Wood, Dorothy Mark.
Row 1-Corinne Small, Tina Tose, Arlene Vosejpka, Mildred Schilt, Mary Ann Ienicek.
Row 2-Helen Boyd, Betty Mutter, Rochelle Oratowski.
Row 3-Lillian Kourim, Judy Vanek, Margaret Brown, Blanche Hustak, Iune Fragale.
Row 4fFrank Ruzicka, Dorn Rizzi, Richard Hansen, leannine Townsend.
Row 5-Fred Cohan.
Row 6fAl Chernick, Richard Frish, Ioe Drapalik, Raymond Gebauer.
Blanche Hustak has illustrated her journalistic ability by twice winning the
Book Contest. Richard Frish is Make-Up editor of the Scroll. Other talented
students might include Ieaninne Townsend, posture winner and Betty Mutter
and Helen Boyd are swimming "stars". 319C also boasts ot a large Honor Roll
MISS WELLS . . . 326C
Eva Solotky, Violet Rozhon, Beverly Blecha, Doris Hood.
Alvina Fanta, Gloria Goldstein, Miss Wells, Shirley Blaha.
Row 3 Libby Turek, Mary Anne Levine, Pat Leaney, Darlene Owens
Row 4--AVirginia Posta, lean Pfeiffer, Alberta Steinhurst, Sally Kaslo.
Row 5 Ioe Dvorak, Ray Fritze, Don Gramza, Calvin Isaacson.
Row 6-Russel Svetic, Jerry Yesia, Casimir Adams, Robert Gajewski.
In 3A division 326C there are 36 members, those in outside activities are:
Band: Donald Pyskacek, Floyd Vlasakp Orchestra: Virginia Posta, Alberta Stein-
hurstg Boys' Chorus: Russell Svetic, Ralph Otto. Sports include Basketball: Floyd
Vlasakg Football: Ray Fritze. Student Guidance members are: Donald Pyskacek,
Ray Fritze, Ioe Dvorak, Floyd Vlasak.
Those with Perfect Attendance and also on the Honor Roll are: Robert
Gajewski, Virginia Posta, Alberta Steinhurst, Russell Svetic and Libby Turek.
MISS HOGAN . . . 405D
Row l-le-wel Baloun, Dorothy Couch Edith Fam A
, ey, udrey Kruzich.
Row 2-Richard Krob, Barbara Frolik, Arthur Kahanovich.
Row 3YGeorge Krupicka, Iohn Sterba, Francisco Lopez.
Row 4-Frank Tumpack, Gorden Cohen, Terry Hayes.
Row 5-eThomas Lonk, Don Malik, Larry Grika, Harvey Weiss
The girls in this room are exceptionally happy, since they have two boys
to every girl, tAnd handsome ones indeed! It The strong and able rule of Miss
Hogan reigns supreme over "the young Wildcats" who are beginning their
fourth year at Farragut.
MRS. BARILEAUX . . . 412C
Rowl-Shirley Michael, Serna Goodman, Kozlowski, Mrs. Barileaux, Lois Schumacher, Donna
Finkelberg, Florence Skoc.
Lorraine Papes, Lillian Sklenicka, Draschner, V. Michaltrk, Mary Lou Kubos.
Row 3-Sonia Lawrisuk Arlene Fa k h
, y os , Goldie Factor, Verna Kozak, Geary, Gregorowiuz
Row 4-Melvin lohnson, Geraldine Smolik, Robert Herhold Clr ' 1 '
, urence Craggs, Emil RL1C'kklY,.Rt1Y
Klicpera, Robert Kanter, lark Amato
George Carson, D. Delgade, Edward Schikora, loe Mielke, Ray Sweitzivr.
Row 2- V-V
Division 412C has 36 members, 6 of which are in the orchestra, 1 in the
band, 5 in the boys' and girls' choruses, 7 in Student Guidance and Council and
5 on the Scroll As you can
. see we have a busy division with someone always
participating in some activity We als b
. o oast Richard Voldrich who has 112
S's on his course book and never had a G, and who is also a member of the
Youth Symphony Orchestra.
, one o the divisions which made
up a package of toys, games, coloring books, crayons, and candies tor the
children's hospital We also donated ou t
. r ree which was decorated entirely by
ornaments made by our division such as painted pine cones, walnuts and a
variety of paper ornaments.
un as a group but also to work
together as a group.
g the Christmas season ours was i
our activities we learn to have t
MISS MEEHAN . . . 417D
l -Elaine Hess, Vera Setl, loan lanasek, Eleanor Kuliselc.
Row Z Bill lones, Laverqne Caithaml, Virginia Kulisek.
Row 3-V-Richard Hanqren, M. Meehan, Ronald Kalman, Leona Osowski, Laddie Veir.
Row 4--lim Hora, Sidney lacobson, Paul Nandico, Emil Spal.
Row 5 Iohn Blaha, loseph Blaha, lim Mysicka, Richard Riedl.
hall." Now where else would you find
"Pick up that please, Clean up the
a cleaner division than 417D? Vlfhy are we so adept at cleaning floors, you
' 'l - sc M' Mary
ask. Why, because our
division teacher, is ine clean up sponsor, iss
' ' ' o l
We have probably the most ac
l l in ludina the captain two baseball players.
stars, three basketbal players, c ,
' ' 'ce And it there
We could even ora
is a tire we have 9 tire marshals.
tive division in the school with two iootbal
anize our own chorus consisting ct ll voices.
MRS. PRESSELL . . . 428C
Row lfLillian I-lriatek, Carolyn Adccck, Helen Kastus, Ccrcle Heaner.
Row 2-Annette Cervenka, Barbara Becker, Ann Woideman.
Row3 feve Arlene Hejkal, Elqene Nemec, Mrs. Pressnell, Claudette Cermak, Sara Anderson.
Rcw4 ---- Dorothy Pence, Marlene Vrba, loan Novak, Arlene lackson.
Row 5-Bruce Horaz, Iames Handlon, Rich Iurkus, Carl Iochens, William Krushina, David Cohen.
Row6 -lack Sadounick, Louis Harris, Robert Zimmerman, Ierome Kraft, Iohn Mahony.
This division could be called a versatile division as they are well repre-
sented in all activities. The musical organizations are represented by 2 band
members, 5 orchestra members and 4 in the qirls' chorus. This division being
very athletic minded claims members ot the football, track and baseball teams.
l 'thout the 6 future writers who work on
A division would not be comp ete wi
the Scroll. And last but not least is the sponsor, Mrs. Ruth Pressell.
MR. BALTHIS . . . 103A
Htwl Robert Havlavi D'1l Y
. ., i e ates, Tommy Battaglia, Paul Kcstdl.
How fl Hay Craggs, Pnul Plotkin, Ronald Lains, Charles Rehor, Morris Cohen,
Rrw 3 Edward l3elct'irQ k, Martin Kadlerik, lwh ' ' '
li:'w 11 Ed ' '
Q n Michiewic, Fred Schultz.
win Stack, Richard Le-Strange.
This freshmen division consists ot 26 boys, 6-lA's and 20 lB's. Three ot its
members are in the orchestra, and three belong to the band. 'While boasting
ct l member as candidate tor the student council and two on the Honor Roll, l2
students ot this division regularly visit Miss Floren
ce Clark every marking
MR. MACH . . . 117A
Vt ,',',' l lstarisliital Arnold E. M trt' h, tsittinql Henry Gale, Wlryne y re'irri:i.gli, Geraldine! Alrlzatc,
Elaine Maries, lcuxn Cor rrit tk, LII Vornc Kostner.
t J Y lfnnvs ljrws t'ci, lorry Strvny Drniol Vltrdir, lohn Slroube, Dawn DN zney, lieatrirc Sdldtit.
..tw3 Sha rczr i Di iriri, Charlottrv lvlzncla, lain Cc-inirik, Louise Visqcuglicsi, lficlba lones.
Flaw fl Mxxitmirt Klustik, Hicliuzrd Kispxzak, Glenn Drxipilili, Robert Slxiiftielc, lfrxirigcs liysizk.
Hf'A'i1 Lvrioiff ljottcr, Lsrrtxiiir Duisofsky, lack Zztvatsky, Arthur Btifslieizz.
llvwb Hwy Butiier, Marilyn M ivlick, Violet Rojzeklc, lvlxldiod G,IllQii!, Soc: :ci iNest.
Mach's Marvels which is really division ll7A seems to have a great tuture
ccnsidering the many activities that its students participate in. Members of the
band, orchestra, and choruses are not uncommon in this division. Cn the other
side ot the picture there are hall guards, library helpers and clean-up represen-
tatives. lean and loan Cermalc are the twins that have fooled many an individf
ual who thought they saw double. And to top it art there is a blues singer, Louise
Viscogliosi who entertains Mr. Mach and his clan d l '
uring short division,
MISS SMITH . . . 225A
of treshmen who
Miss Marian Smiths Division 225A is an average group
have rnade a good start in making a place lor themselves in Farragut Society.
Three are in the Orchestra and tour are in the Band, and three in Boys' Chorus.
Filo Camodera plays in the drum and bugle corps.
Sheldon Miller, a Tenor in the Boys' Chorus, is to appear on the Morris B.
Sachs amateur hour. Sandra Schopiro is an accomplished pianist out side of
The honors on the Honor Boll go to only one person, yes a girl, Shirley
lf you ever walk into 225 and think you're seeing double, you're not. lt's
twins Leon and Bernard lrgang.
Howl Christine Frankowski, Mary Lucerne, Mary lane Sansone, lreno Ziwrnlva, Annette ltolnns.
Bow? Bose Arnato, Arlene Czerwirnski, Sandra Shapiro, Marlene Fricdniari,
Bow 3 Barbara lean Zika, loan Gorski, Miss Marian Smith.
Rowll loan Brown, Carole Miller, Harold Siegel, Arnold Ochakoft.
l-low 5 Marilyn Patten, Rochelle Singer, Fay Moskovrtz, Shirley Ann Karas, Sandra Lonawttz.
Bow 6 Eugene Harbin, Sheldon Miller, Elmer Young, Russell Kosatka, lay Stattnirn.
l-tow 7 -Fay Tallnian, Tilio Carnodeca, Bichard Lornor, Leon hating, Bernard lraanq.
Bow 8- Richard Blaha, Ralph Kruzic.
MISS BABCOCK . . . 226A
Howl Alice Bozhon, Mildred Alter, Eunice Mrnsky, Dorothy Vaudrrn.
Bow 2 lulia Di Benedetto, Diane Polston, Sharon Gantrnan, Beatrice Kolar.
Bow 3- loyce Beall, lris Dinoft, M. Plotkin, Richard Serra, Harvey Curry.
Bow 4' Sandra Bandell, loan Barcel, Audre Tesar, W. Babvoulc, lrene Abrantsin, Cynthia Cushntr.
Bowfi- Albert Forman, Charles l-lnetynka, S. Borott, lgrrncs Hoina, Norman Cook, M. Gains-tt.
Bowti-V lerorne Sklar, Lawrence Lazar, Bernard Shetsky.
Division 226A could be considered as the Musical Marionettes because
ot all the musical talent they display. Seventeen students are in the Band,
Qrchestra, or Chorus.
Twenty eight others are in Community Clubs such as: Boy Scouts, Boys'
Club, B.B.B., Marcy Centerp and B.C.B. Twenty one are civic minded serving
the school in many capacities.
loyce Beall had a piano concert at Curtis Hall where she played the "Dance
of the Sugar-Plum Fairy by Tschaikovsky.
' d' ' 'on is that one-third of them come lrorn
An unusual thing about the ivisi
the Robert Burns Elementary School.
MISS MITCHELL . . . 210A
Howl Barbara Szeleicwski, Miss Mitchell, Arlene Lislcti, Ptiulti Mdrkez Lciverne Estelle, Mtirilyn
Ruzicka, lennio Schulve.
Row 2 Normun Prokey, lrwin Friedman, Ethel Goller, Ruth Lupin.
Row 3 Dorothy N' ' 'S Y' f M l ' Stdlistoit.
Row 4 Ralph L
Row 5 lohn Fiicha, ldrnes Svohka, Marion aror
How 6 Phillip' Tcixmdn, lrvinq Saltzinan, Nathan Nisson.
Row 7 Bold Luther, Dorothy Kennedy, Virginia Flak.
Morton Litvtik, Eileen Biedri, Niiniiy lalcowtiv.
Ruvhtis, Arlene Neuhdued, Audrey Thomas, Lncrrlts holdin, evin r
owler, Ctirol Cormak, Maryann Meiuskti, Bertram Roslcin, l,CI'IJ1I1:1 Vqiles.
M i, Kenneth Rokos.
"Five Live Wires" is the term used by Miss Mitchell tor her Division 2lOA.
They're a great bunch ot kids tor they represent almost every organization in
. . . . , d B ,
hool There are tour in the Qrchestra and eight in the Band. Girls an oys
Choruses are represented with one apiece. Arlene Neubauer, Philip Taxman,
lrwin Friedman, Virginia Flalc, Dorothy Ruchar are on the Honor Roll.
The room has its share of champions too. West Side lunior Ping-Pond
L lc t F nklin Park, with
Champ Charles Gilden. Swimming champ Arlene is a o ra
three tirsts and a second.
Philip Taxman Honor Student and Scroll reporter in this division is to be
thanked tor the information in this article.
MR. BALE . . . 301A
Howl Mr. B-Ile, lorry Brenner, Atrron Elster, loan Nov-ik, lune l'lerricl:.
Row 2--Patsy Malek, Rita Gorski, Audrey Brezin.
Row 3- - Fay Zirnmernirxn, Eltnne Grant, Carole Tetrev, Virqinid Kormiriek.
Row 5 Annette Brooderson, Harriet Palmer.
4' Mildred Ovfirdits, Dolores Turk, Roberta Robin, Alvin Platt.
Row 6 Seymour Keeshin.
Wow! What a division is 3OlAl Thirteen of these freshmen have pertect
honor roll, and three are members ot the Student
attendance, ten are on the
C uncil. This room also holds one Concert Band Member and two gym clerks.
Others are in the beginners band and orchestra. Some are representatives
for such organizations as the G.A.A., and Clean-Up.
Mr. Bale and his Buzzing Bombs have ct "super delishu time discussing
gags ot our time.
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MIAA lllaryuerite Wawon
Sad good-byes were exchanged on February 25, 1949 when Miss Mar-
gureite Watson, an English teacher at Farragut for nine years and the log
adviser from 1943 to 1948 left to teach English at Chicago Vocational School.
There she will also be supervisor of the school paper, "The Trddernasteru.
Although Miss Watson has already made many friends, and enjoys her
new job very much, she misses Farragut's friendly faculty and the children
with whom she liked working.
Farragut realizes it has lost a fine faculty member and wishes Miss Watson
the best of luck in her newly acquired job.
In appreciation of Miss Watson's fine work on the yearbook in the past
five years, the Log staff, the students and faculty of Farragut affectionately dedi-
cate this 1949 Log.
The following quotations express our feelings for Miss Watson:
"A lovely lady garmented in light
From her own beauty"
"Gentle in manner, strong in performance"
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Pagel80t .t .4 . i
3Z7...SigIat Sa ing Zoom
To help students whose eyesight is impaired, Farragut has established a sight saving department so that
these pupils may have special help.
Seven students under the direction of Miss Eva lulstrom are enrolled in this department. They are: 4A-
Kenneth Tillin, Charles Katz, 4BeIosephine Corbi, lA-luanita Contreras, Marie Frontera, William Malecek,
These pupils come to Room 327 during their study periods and with the aid ot special equipment do their
work. Anyone that has passed 327 has probably noticed that the room is painted green. This is done to make
the room light, and green is easy on the eyes. The ceiling is painted white and white globes are put over the
light bulbs to retlect the light upward and to avoid glare and shadows. Six powerful indirect lighting fixtures
provide illumination and the movable desks are placed in the area of maximum light.
Some of the equipment that has been provided for the sight savers are specially built typewriters that
write tour times as large as regular onesg unglazed yellow paper: and textbooks that are printed in large
type to help them read.
Only nine schools in Chicago's 46 high schools have a sight saving department. Thirty-tive more gram-
mar schools in Chicago have this special department to make up a total of 44 schools in the Chicago area
to have classes to help the sight-savers. The United States and its territories have provided 631 such classes,
85 of which are in Illinois.
Farragut is proud to be able to help these Students. Room 327 is equipped to hold ten students and while
there are only seven here at present, two more are expected shortly. This division has produced some oi the
school's outstanding students.
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repariny lllcwicallq or Tomorrow
Music is an inspiration for people all over the world,
and so it is also at Farragut. There are about 500 young
people interested in the musical activities which include
the Band, Orchestra, and Choruses. The faculty and stu-
dent body, are always confident that the groups will re-
ceive top honors at all contests in which they participate.
With the inspiration of fine music teachers, and the enthu-
siasm and diligence of the members in the groups, what
else can result but victory in achieving their goal?
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From Bottom to Top:
Row l Sylvia Trojar, Franklin Sekera, Shirley Daren, loe Ancona.
Ftow 2 Melvin Cohen, Rose Prichason, Pat Viloaver, Norman Svetal.
Row 3 Pauline Feldman, Ruth Simcelc, Evelyn Hoitman, Mildred Vestal.
Row 4 is-an Prokorr, Ethel llusa, Graco Stiblo, luanita Pascual.
Row 5 Gloria Derrtr, Wr.rltei Kohlbach, Henry Rauch, Ann Marie Hamm.
Row 6 Floyd Pac, Gene Robinson, Shirley France, Phyllis Bequeath.
Row 7 Conrad Evwrakts. Clarence l-litzdman, Charmaine Husaok, Russel
Each semester the seniors wait with bated
breath to see who will be elected into the
National Honor Society. So that underciass-
men may know what is required ot the sen-
iors, we print the new rules by which Far-
ragut senior division teachers and those in
charge oi senior classes and activities make
l. Each student must have a 3.0 or higher
2. Must have a high percentage ot above-
average trait ratings Ccourtesy, dependabil-
ity, service and leadership?
3. Must have been active in at least one
oustanding activity. The lower the student
is in rank, the more he needs extra-curricular
activities and school service to balance the
4. Must have a statement ot activities, veri-
tied by the sponsors ot the activities, to show
that he has given quality service to the
5. Must have written, up-to-date comments
trom a great many teachers, obtained by the
National Honor Society Chairman. These
comments must be overwhelmingly favor-
6. Must have a minimum oi necessary ab-
sences and tardinesses.
FRESHMAN HONOR SOCIETY
Howard Lana, Roluann Sanneniann, Paul Ondraeek, Charlene Vixvl 1.
Audrey Talpa, lasquellne Novak, Howard Asn, lacqueline lose, M II'lOlI9 Srhniiilt.
lo Anne Zavesky, Audrey Laznicka, Alice Friedman, Carolyn Rozhf n, Kareri Hosrk,
Boris Rapport, Elizabeth Hastik, Lois Zoulal, larrnila Suclii, Alive Ste ilxi, Dorothy lriikii.
Alvin Noltz, Arlene Daniels, lean Swhewoel.
SOPHOMORE HONOR SOCIETY
loan Novak, Carol Rulmwlc, Bette Toborq, Nancy Ruscitti, lean lsenovh, lohn ledlirka
Marlo Movotny, Dorothy laoaer, Barbara Schellenlvera.
IUNIOR HONOR SOCIETY
Don Pyskacek, Ann Woidemaii, William Slodki, Fern Schalund.
Sonia Lawrisuk, Richard Hanqren, Virginia Pcsta, Paul Nandico.
Irene Kuchan, Bob Vashinlco, Betty Mutter, Helen Boyd.
Ruth Neil, lim Hora, Sara Anderson, Leona Osowski, Vera Sell.
SENIOR HONOR SOCIETY
Mildred Vostal, Adrian Szelejewski, Elsie Vana, Rose Hroch, Shirley Brenton, Dorothy Garlt,
Mary Rohr, Elaine Benes.
Carole Podzimelc, Carol Forst, Lillian Drysch, Gloria Derer, Evelyn Hoffman, Kenneth
Tillin, Gene Robinson, Bill Kafka.
Shirley Daren, Lorraine Fericl, Myra Beniqer, Sylvia Trojar, Ruth Simcek, Vivian Rychlilc.
Row 4-V-Charmaine Husack, Rosemary Mureals, Arlene Bartek, Lorraine Cerny, Ethel I-lusa, Ann
Carla Sube, Arlene Zernan.
Scroll Staff Confer
SCROLL PAGE EDITORS
Try to understand. We realize that Scroll reporters and editors h
eccentricities. lt's very natural because after all, there is printers' ink coursing
th ' ' '
rough our veins. Whats that you ask? lt s not real ink or even blo d f
. o , or
that matter. That fluid flowing through one's system is pure sweat, with bits of
t 'f k ' ' ' '
ypewri er eys, dead stories, and sticky glue giving one energy stamina e
, I D D,
vim, and vigor to do a good job, and to get each issue of the Scroll to you
The rinter' ' k fl
p s in ows only when the staff is busy and buzzing, so now you
know the secret of our existence . . . And exist we do, for though the Scroll comes
out every 2 weeks, the w rk b ' h ' ' '
you get your paper.
o egins t e Monday following the Friday on which
So if you see a young reporter, chewing on a pencil, sitting in 227 at 8:00
in the mornin ' '
g as you come into the building, and then when you glance into
227 at 3:05 on your way out of the building and see that same reporter te '
and chewing on a pencil don't laugh, he might be working on the same story
f th ' ' '
or e tenth time . . . And that s not as funny as 1t sounds.
f el-qbvdq Work
The stoii thdt tgkes core of the iincrnces of the Scroll is mode up oi special
Commercicrl Students. These students work diligently ond occurotely --collect-
ing Student Activity Fee, selling Advertising, Writing ond setting-up the crdver-
tising in order thot the Scroll budget will bglonce eoch semester.
All in dll they gre g very busy group trcrined to tdlce over ony clericgl duties
in on emergency.
They ore efficiently led by Elsie Vgnd gs Generol Mondger, Rosemary
Murggs os Assistgnt Giiice Mdnoger, Blcrnche Berousek ond Pguline Leorokos
MISS MILDRED LINSKEY, Business Adviser
ELSIE VANA, General Mdriogerg
SHIRLEE CAMPBELL, Advertising Mcirioger
EVELYN TUREK, MONTY HlLL, RAY SCHVVAB, BOB MASEK, AUDREY LOREK.
I .K .am Fgifi-
2112 F w
Miss Marguerite Watson supervising Dorothy Brook and Ann Marie Woide-
mann as they type and check Log copy.
Rose Hroch, Gloria Fraser and Shirley Brenton take care of the many small
details that cannot be overlooked in preparing the Annual.
Hollis Chester and Robert Kanter concentrate on the tedious, but fascinating
iob ot counting money.
Surrounded by dummy sheets, Rose fits captions and copy to pictures and
Ioyce Sirota looks among the Annuals and pauses in her search to admire the
Hollis Chester selling an ad to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony, who have the school store
across from Farragut.
MORE MONEY . . . this time it's Iune Kolinger taking a down payment on the
Logs from Fern Schalund.
"Preparing youth for tomorrow," is the theme of this, our fifteenth Farragut
L 1 ' '
og, se ected by Miss Marguerite Watson and her staff last fall.
Before leaving Miss Watson and her staff put in many hours of hard Work,
taking pictures of the seni d' ' ' '
of the senior write-ups.
ors, ivisions, clubs and sports, and the typing up
When Miss Watson, sponsor of the Log from 1943 to 1948 left Farragut
at the end of this February, Mrs. Marie 1-1. Mudra resumed the jlob as adviser
which she had from 1935 to 1943.
Was able to finish this semester Where Miss Watson left off. Finishing copy for
pages, soliciting all the ads, reading copy, taking last minute pictures sellin
bows and various colored beanies to make money to help defray expenses of
the Log, were just a few of the numerous tasks they performed to get the book
out before graduation.
ith the help of the Scroll Staff and the Iournalism classes, the Log staff
As a final accomplishment this semester the Staff checked with Log re
resentatives to boost sales and collect money from the divisions to have the
divisions all paid up before the yearbook comes out.
VIOLINS-Edna Cesal, Georgirrna Losos, Antonette Novotrry, Mary lane Graber, Dorothy Garlt, Larry Grika, Rose
llrct k, Blanche Kirsch, lrene Kuchan, Boris Rapport, Lois Schurnocher, Leo Slezak, Bessie Thomas, Rick Voldrich,
Frtrnk Wall, Rose Anqlet, Claudette Cerrnak, Arlene Chabus, lune Fraoale, Delores Goldberg, Dorothy Fuka,
Frances Krahnlik, Blanche Miller, Diana Miller, lackie Novak, Darlene Pearson, Barb. Phillips, Marion Plattner,
Marlene Schmitt, Lrzrrarne Siodare, Peter Sharma, Norman Symon, Mary A. Srrrith, Audrey Talpa, Mary Trexel,
Oravrr Tronrk, loo Tyrner, Arlene Vesoly, Mary Vesely, Merrill Zahelka, Pat Nelson.
VIOLAS-Mary Baixrirircker, Pat Tomsisk, Shirley France, Phyllis Bequeith, Nelson Dnity, Delores Dvorak, Alice Fried-
, Lorraine Hernialrk, Lillian laneska, lean Kose, Howard Lanoe, Alvin Nolty, Harriet Pavlus, Vera Plcrsko,
rn Relroi, Andrey Shance, Katherine Svetic, Herb Weismeyer, Duane Yates, Eva Zahovi.
CELLOS-Chrrrrnaine llnsack, Beatrice Dvorak, Arlene Faykosh, Bonnie lrlundley, loan lezek, Roberta Kastner, Lorraine
illifli, Andrey Laznrcka, Arlene Malek, Florence Skoc, Loretta Skndrna, Allwerta Steinhurst, lo Anne Zavesky.
BASSESfMyrt: Bc-nioor, Lacldie Bilek, Dorothy l-lolik, Sam l-larris, Frances Kovtrcrck, Sonia Lawrisik, Ftosernary Mor-
t, Evelyn Nitzsuhe, Virginia Posta, lean Rosen, Frank Stoinisha.
FLUTES-Daqrnar Skrdlant, Sylvia Trojar,
CLARINETS-Don Pyskacek, Virainia Vrba,
OBOES-Georqe Krajcavic, Fern Schalund.
BASSOONS-Shirley Fleislher, Dorothy
TRUMPETS-Peter Hrulvey, Gorclon Cohen,
Ed Vakurka, Ed Clralrnors.
TROMBONE-Neal Ondracek, Dolores Ne
mer-, Al Banen.
HORNS-Paul Ortdraccrk, Donna Horne
SAX-Ruth E. lanaske, Betty Rose lohnson,
Franklin Sekera, Ella Mae Selak.
DRUMS 6 TYMPANI-George lanosko, Sam
Kessler, Robert Frerner.
Concert rclneA tra
The above group is the Concert Orchestra consisting of 150 mem-
bers while the complete Orchestra, including beginners, numbers
around 300. Thirty-tive members participated in Solo and Ensemble
Contests. This year the Orchestra received its thirteenth straight "S"
rating in the city wide contest.
During the Christmas holidays, Mr. Sylvan Ward gave his last
program here entitled Christmas Fantasia. On Ianuary 28th, among
much weeping and wailing by the orchestra members, Mr. Ward was
promoted to teach in the Music Department of the Chicago Teachers'
Replacing him is Mr. Walter I. Friedman, who studied at the North-
western University and the New England Conservatory ot Music at
Boston. He received a Bachelors Degree in music at the illinois Wes-
leyan University and a Masters Degree for the violin. The orchestra
members have given their whole-hearted cooperation to Mr. Friedman
as they had promised Mr. Ward.
After seeing Mr. Ward at Farragut for l2 years, present and iorrner
students can't believe the school will be the same without his comical
programs that did so much to draw the school together.
Row-l-Shirley Taibl, Lucille Kujawa, Bette Mudra, Ruth Rosenberg, Karen Epstein, Ioyce Dunham,
Marion Edelrnan, Ioan Ouska, Shirley Pogacnik, Dolores Vesely, Lorraine Cerny, Dorothy
Caster, loan Sunich.
Row 2ASylvia Lukes, lune Zelenit, Donna VanDine, loan Kassel, Carol Mottel, loan Malaske,
Phyllis Marrese, Ioan Laicha, Lois Witt, S. Rudman, Anna Gorkowski, Enid Goldstein,
Row 3-Geraldine Kedar, Vivian Rvchlik, Gloria Derer, Iune Koma, lean Masek, Vera Hovorka,
Maryanne Halama, Dorothy Pence, Ruth Hanuska, Betty Gabriel, Audrey Serin, Grace
Stiblo, Georgiana Knez.
Row 4-Ruth Serncek, Irene Hosek, Marilyn Edwards, H. Suchomel, Ioyce Matcha, Betty Springer,
Constance Kuncl, Helen Bradac, Elaine Benes, Blanche Miller, loyce Krawitz, Margaret
Stepina, Arlene Wilson.
Row le-Mary Ann Hunt, Mildred Hladik, Arlene Hoffman, Charlotte Minarik, Marieann Gorkowski,
I Barbara Colangelo, Charlene Prindiville, Carol Psorki, Annette Cenvenka, Elaine Kasper.
Row 2-C. Moskal, Mildred Vostal, loan Fruhauff, Marian Hoss, Io Ann Triner, R. Alexa, Ruth Knob-
loch, Carol Poglia, Lorraine M., Phyllis Mikaitis, Val Castro, Maryann Hare, C. Adcock,
Row 3-loan Suchan, Maryann Hahn, lean Pfeiffer, Gerry Psenicka, Margie Rott, Mary Iones,
Marlene Dvorak, Barbara Grzala, Rosemarie Pearcy, Hillam, lune Zeman, Frances Bavetz,
Row 4-lane Novotny, Elaine Dvorak, Dolores Pazarskas, Geraldine Kmen, Barbara Becker, Caba,
loan Brichta, Bettylou Huss, lulia Iarosz, lackie Glaser, Iosephine Benes, Carolyn Kostka,
Audrey Gabbert, Mary Ann Sovyka.
One hundred and fifteen beautiful girls display their talents by harmoniz-
ing in Mrs. Marie Muench's Girls' Chorus. The Spring and Fall festivals would
not be successful Without these lovely ladies singing. Besides the festivals they
participate in Freshie assemblies, contests and programs for the P.T.A. Some
of the special appearances they made in 1948-49 were as follows-Singing for
the Superintendents monthly meeting of the Principa1's Club at Kimball Hall,
Dec. ll, a program for the Farragut P.T.A. and on March l2 twelve girls' sang
at the Morgan Park Baptist Church. Their most recent activity was to present
a program on March 28 for the High School District 23 Illinois Congress of
Parents and Teachers association.
We Zi t 0111- Uoicelt in Song
Mixed Chorus? Nope!
It's Mr. Ward's beginning music classes singing the words to "Ii I Loved You
and "Iune is Busting Out All Over".
Am I Dreaming? Can it be True?
Its our Girls' Chorus displaying both beauty and talent.
That's the Girls' Chorus again getting ready for the first performance.
We Celebrate C'lariA tmaA 1943
Around the Christmas Tree we're singing.
Art Students make omaments and decorate the tree.
Girls' Chorus goes Caroling thru the Halls.
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The month is December, place-Miss Potters art room and the activity is
the making of transparencies to decorate the windows on the second floor
rooms and halls facing the street. These transparencies were made on cellu-
loid and transparent lacquer.
"All I want for Christmas is my two front teeth," Sings Mr. Ward at Or-
chestra Christmas concert.
Halloween masks being made to decorate the halls for the brown and
gold season. Masks were later sent to Great Lakes Naval Hospital to
Poster making. a iob often given to the art students, requires much talent.
Ioan Gorski demonstrates for Ioe Morgan. '
Ioe Morgan, Bibiana Dudas and Shirley Teska paint murals depicting
sites of Amenca. These were given to the library, YMCA and stores in
the community later.
'four are 14lwaqA Popular
Even going to see Hamlet was greeted enthusiastically considering
there was no more school tor the day. Here are some of the intellectuals
en route. At Olivier's most tragic moments a few ot these "intellectuals"
were seized with laughter.
Qne of Americas largest home appliance factories, the Hotpoint
Range Plant Was visited by 70 oi Farraguts students in November. Their
interest was held by such processes as the unloading ot raw materials,
production of heating plates, and assembling of a stove.
Free milk and doughnuts, compliments of Hot Point, topped ott this
day. Mr. Rinker and Mr. Miller acted as chaperones.
li ing in af bemvcrac
To aid us in choosing wisely
which college we wish to attend
in the iuture. Representatives
from diiterent colleges mostly in
the Chicago area come every
semester and give talks on the
advantages ot their institution.
Here is Principal Wilson greet-
ing some oi these delegates.
Each student signed up for
five colleges and went to the
designated location Where the
representative ot that college
was. Here is such a meeting
with the dean ot women irorn
the University ot Illinois.
The group that sponsors this
day is the Student Guidance
under the supervision oi Miss
Florence E. Clark. The whole
group in the accompanying
photograph with Mr. 'Wilson are
discussing the plans tor College
Another democratic proced-
ure is illustrated in the accom-
panying photograph. The Stu-
dent Council representatives of
each division are reporting their
votes for the ratification of the
constitution. The results proved
to be in tavor of the constitution
by a ratio ot 3 to l.
Row l- Charmaine Kral, Shirley Daren, Fanny Stevens, Miss Clark, RobAnn Sannemann, Karen Epstein, Marion Kren-
ek, Gloria Fraser, Lorraine Fragale, luanita Pascual, Laddie Bilek, Frank Losos.
Rcw 2--'Pauline Feldman, Barbara Bain, Kenneth Tillin, Gloria Derer, Georgiana Knez, Shirlee Campbell, Sylvia Trojar,
Row 3- -loe Svehla, Ronald Beton, Myra Beniger, Lorraine Fencl, Elsie Vana, Audrey Schauer, Rita Soukup, Ella Mae
Selak, Carole Podzimek.
Row 4--Tom Lonlc, Lloyd Liberman, Ann Marie Ramm, loyce Krawitz, Mildred Koudelka, Dorothy Kohout, Dorothy
Brook, lune Klicka, loanne I-Iillam, Audrey Laznicka, Ioyce Sirota.
Row l- 'Elaine Benes, Ann Babinec, Rose Hroch, Lorraine Fister, Evelyn Hoffman, Lorraine Cerny, Charmaine Husack.
Row 2--Carole Hondlik, Gloria Derer, Bernardine laros, Miss Geer, Iuanita Pascual, lohn lvicek, Grace Stiblo, Pauline
Feldman, Edward Majerczyk, Richard LaRue, loanne Hillam, Ethel Husa, Elsie Vana, Lorraine Fencl, Ann
Row3 loe Ancona, Charles Karasek, Hollis Chester, Gene Robinson, Clyde Stary, Richard Docekal, Neil Ondracek,
William Kohlbach, Elmer Melichar, Norman Svetal Walter Zarth, Edward Vokurka, Richard laros, Art Krivsky,
Walter Farrell, Edward Winters, Ronald Lapinski, Myra Beniger, Mary Rohr.
The hundred or more members of the Student Guidance Committee have developed a well-
crganizcd program, which orients the incoming students from all the neighboring elementary
schools to the school lite at Farragut. This year they have sought to serve also in other ways:
by initiating a project to send care packages to teen-agers in three countries in Europe and by
promoting, with the Student Council, a program of better human relations at Farragut itself.
THE SENIOR CABINET
Each semester ten 3A boys and ten 3A girls are selected by their classmates and the
faculty to serve during their senior year as members of the Senior Cabinet. These students
pledge themselves to be honest, dependable, and constructively cooperative in working for the
good of the school. Their principal responsibility is the Social Room and they serve as hosts
tor all of the Freshmen parties. Cabinet members are often called upon for "special assign-
ments" and therefore they must express a large amount of dependability. The Cabinet is un-
der the supervision of Miss Genevra D. Geer.
Iune '48 Play
I E en r d A LAUGH IN THE DARK
9 Hillbilly Band lerry. Herb, Ted, Neil, Virginia and Mary
The Entire Cast
Who Could This Be?
My, Such Mink!
February '49 Play
TERRIBLE TEMPERED TED
Richard LaRue, lean Prokop. Love Scene
The cast: Ann Marie Ramm, Swedish Maid: Arlene Haller. Ted's Girl: Richard
LaRue, Sweetheart of Carol: Helen Leibovich, Mother: lean Prokop. Carol. Ted's
Sister: Mary Icme Garber. Wash woman: Gene Robinson. Walter Farrell, Ted's
Boy Friends: Ed Vinarsky, TERRIBLE TEMPERED TED.
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Aside from the dismal drudgery of every day school
studies, We have our sports. The tenseness of a close base-
ball game, thrills of a tie basketball contest, the hard fight-
ing in an evenly matched football struggle and the speed
of the swimming and track meets combined together to
ease every day problems.
Whether on top or on the bottom there is always a
certain respect for the members of the various teams who
contribute their time and service to the school. Good par-
ticipation and good coaching give a superior satisfaction
when subduing a foe or being beaten in a good try. Q
Aiding the teams is naturally the school spirit which
gives the players confidence and fight. High School sports
contribute greatly in the moulding of the character of the
students. Besides developing physically the players learn
to work together as a team facing problems together,
strong and capably.
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Starting Line: Iohn Cirko, Right End: Melvin Cohen. Right Tackle: Carl Iakovec,
Right Guard: lack Marshall, Center: Bob Kovalsky, Left Guard: Lou Gawron,
Left Tackle: Clarence Caba, Left End.
Coach Bruschi with Co-Captains Lou Gawron and Tommy Randolph.
Starting Backiield: RH, Bill Iones: FB. Dick Smith: LH, Tom Randolph: QB, Ray
Harazin: Linemen: Iakovec, Marshall, Kovalsky.
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Chosen tor Honorable Mention in the Second String Section
Was Lou Gawron, tackle.
Honorable Mention in the Central Section Went to Bob Koval-
sky, guard, and Roland Milburn, end.
Coach Bruschi is still in a hospital with stomach trouble we
all hope he returns in time tor April practice.
GAGE PARK GAME
Making a 73 Yard Touch-
down run against Gage Park
Gage Park Man Run Out of
Bounds on One Foot Line F,
Knoblock Throwing a Pass to
Iohn Cirko-running with ball
Ray Harazin-scoring touch-
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SENIOR BASKETBALL TEAM
Row l-Barich, Cerda, Hora, Coach
Boand, Winters, Machos, Richmond.
Row 2eLutherm, Dvorak, Blaha, Gold,
Row 3--Poeny, Docekal, Starey.
IUNIOR BASKETBALL TEAM
Row l-Miller, Stoller, Ancona, Coach
Boand, Tuchten, Harris, Vlasek, Starey.
Row 2---Tuchman, Isaacson, Gold, Golds-
weig, Matazuski, Kriskey, Horwitz,
Morgan, Cohen, Vestino.
Looking impressive in their practice games, even though handicapped by
lack of height, the Farragut Senior Quintet ended up with a fine record of seven
wins against four losses. Starting off their league season with a 45-39 victory
over Lindblom, last season's runner-up to Farragut, the Central Section Cham-
pions looked like they might repeat.
High scorers in the Admirals attack were Co-Captains Iim Hora, Otto
Vesely, and Phil Gold. However, mid-year graduations took away both Vesely
and Gold, in addition to Ed Winters and Ierry Barich, which left only Hora and
Docekal of the starting five to carry on. Farragut fans had high hopes though,
because of the capable reserves like Sonny Marcus, Ronald Richmond, and
Iohn Blaha who filled the vacancies left by graduation. They proved to be
good enough to gain a playoff berth but lost their first playoff game to Calumet
Hi by a score of 53-36.
With a surprising wind up of five victories and five losses, in practice
games: the Iunior Admirals, who weren't too impressive in some games, later
concentrated on their league opener, Lindblom.
Highly rated Lindblom, central section champs of '48 went down in de-
feat to Farragut 39-36 in a terrific game. The following week, Farragut lost to
Even with the loss of Iack Cooper, thru graduation, co-captains Edwin
Stoller and Bernard Harris aided by Iordon Miller, loe Ancona, Mickey Tuchten,
Dave Allen, and others the Iuniors produced a winning ball team.
uniof-A and eniom Kawlzetball Nation
Rebounding Irs. Harris. Miller, and Allen
Pass-oi-I-Play Cerda, Marcus, and Richmond
Captain of Seniors-lim Hora
Iarnes Hora. captain of Seniors: Ed Stoller. co-captain of Iuniors: Bernie Harris,
co-captain of Iuniors: and Coach Al Boand
Lay-up for two points. Ed Stoller shooting, Ancona guarding
Seniors Banick dribbling and Weber guarding
lump ball, Iuniors Harris and Stoller
Driving In, Tuchten dribbling and Cooper guarding
Row 1-Hora, Pikal, Krahulec, Kielbasa, Bieber.
Row 2-Burrows, lochens, Anderson, Kraft, l-lrdina, Kucha, Cohen.
Row 3-f-'Coach Boand, Smith, Oesar, Homolka, Bertino, Krivsky, Slaber, Krushing.
HITTING A LONG ONE - Icchens. Catcher: Kielbascx. Batting.
FIELDING A BUNT - Bieber.
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The high spot in the '48 baseball season was the first game of the season
when Farragut played Lindblom at Douglas Park. At the end of the fifth inning
the Admirals were leading 5-3. ln the sixth and seventh innings Lindblorn
scored a run so that in the last of the seventh the score was tied, five all. With
bases loaded and two outs, lim Hrdina stepped up to the plate. lt was a tight
spot with the count 2 and 2 on him, but he came through with a hard hit single
to center field to drive in the winning run for Farragut. Needless to say, Iim was
the man of the hour.
KaAe6all . . .
Robert Pikcll on one end ot a
Carl Iochens catching a foul
I-Irdincx stretching for an out on
Coach Bound Says-
"The team this year will
be good, if they practice, for
they lack experience. The
pitcher, Alex Gordey, a 4B,
who played last year as a
substitute, is a good pros-
pect for l949."
Here is good news!
Ioe Ancona, Ed Stoller,
Iordan Miller, and Mickey
Tuchten of the Iuriior Basket-
ball team will be members
of the '49 baseball squad.
Watch the papers for the
Track Team . . .
Co-captains: Robert Arnesti. Iames Handlon
Richard Gancar, Sophomore Flash
The Track Team: Left to Righty lst row-Kenneth Doumel, Iohn Mahoney.
Chester Hollis, Iohn Stcfchnicxk. 2nd row-Larry Schulman, Ed Golub, Richard
Gcrnccr. 3rd row-Robert Amesti, Iames Handlon.
Waiting for the big race
The start oi a two miie run
loaleliert of ?dI'I'd at 51:01:14
Close up ot the bathing beauties
Demonstration of artificial respiration
Girls demonstrate cross-chest hold used so frequently in lite saving
Skimming through the water doing "tandem back stroke"
Breast stroke gets girls where they're going fast!
Bang! and they're off on a racing dive
Clubs shows ability as members complete a water star ballet
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raine Cerny, President: Dolores
Pechousek, Secretary and Elaine
Benes, Corresponding Secretary.
Row le-Kressel, Nelson, Doyle,
Liss, Heck, Velebril, Husa.
Row Z-wThiery, Podzimek, Stanek,
Fencl, Hunt, Dudac, Koupeny,
Row 3-blusko, Vrla, Kain, Szele-
jewski, Davis, Ramm.
Row 4-Capar, Losos, Brenton,
Feldman, Chester, Bartek, Hoff
man, Hovorka, Haller, Sunich,
Novotney, Raiman, Cerny.
Vostal, Tomsovic, Pech-
ousek, Presto, Forst, Saticiklas,
Derer, Sube, Hroch, Trojar,
Plesko, Christensen, Prokop,
1S ule, Horak, Vesely.
Row 6YCampbell, Halik, Schauer
Schultz, Spevak, Kulich, Flax
man, Slak Husack Ko tk
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Gabbert, Garlt, Iohnson, Vrba,
Benes, Richter, Diedzic, Male-
Row leleless, Boyd, Tose, Lerner,
Row 2--Caithaml, Plattner, Couch,
aoun, Small, Ouska.
Foltan, Placek, Sell, Fencl,
Row 4-Becker, Ianasek, Skrd-
lant, Mikaitis, Tunick, Kastus.
Row 5-V-Soukup, Wood, Schiff,
Pence, Ioni, Annie, Adcock
Koudelka, Cervenka, Elqienel
Nemec, Griffith, Turek, Lukes,
Brook, Mutter, Benak.
Ntluletic 14ma vm!
Raw l Rnsenlierq, Sipla, Lenocli, Cuen-
wliek, Hahn, Miller.
How2 Minqori, Presto, Masek, Kain,
Becker, Ondrus, Epstein, Hasman,
Row 3 Fraser, Calia, Colanaelo, Alexa,
Blecha, Kaspar, Vauolvrin, Laurienie,
How4 Rudman, Mellon, Novak, Ru'
back, Cernak, Kubis, Lipson, lanc.
Row 5 Monzel, Friedman, Bouchok, Maf
Howil Mach, Doutchrnan, Ceimak,
Burkliardt, Zalielka, Zomparelli,
Haw'! Katz, Zeman, Krawitz, Siraub,
Dvorak, Balluara, FIllSl'lSlFP, VVCIQIIPT,
Avceturo, Passlni, Plskulo.
Haw l Schmidt, Talpa.
Row 2 Hauser, Leoracos, Mikaitis, Riha,
llosok, Psorki, Lasky, Michelson,
Howli l7'orman, Vesely, Sanneniann,
Rozhon, Bowser, Kurz,
HOW4 Neil, llrnciar, Kolodziejski,
Tuma, Fuka, Vavra, Zavesky, Relior.
Row 5 Doran, Moyzis, Zverina, Serinq,
Mesik, lanuska, Blazina.
How6 Masek, Naql, Boucek, Prock,
Hosek, Laznicka, Novak, Glaser.
Hc w l Suuhan, Kina, Ruiteiko, Stein
luera, Feldman, Portugal, Wacker, Po
aul, Van Dino, Urollola, Trerer, Myer--
Raw2 Murrell, Iacobs, Sucfhner, Lich
ner, Chavez, Dropalik, Mottell, Venti-
rniqlia, Vescio, Katz, Zuckoff, Lip-
schultz, Furlet, Sinople, Honrath,
Row3 Edwards, Friedman, Katz
Davies, Duza, Moscow, Segal, Rose
Row 4 Kpam, Betty, Venom, Shirley
loss, Zaufol, Nowiezok, Ioan, Connie
Beverly, Marilyn, loycto.
Howb Daniels, Betty Padjarskas
Moore, Levitsky, Newbowor, Manaras
Mack, Sterba, Vancara, Proline.
Row6 Dolores, Blouver, Cohen, Nied
Treflick, Kotek, Scious, Dunovsky,
Kriz, Ginner, Wolf, Benes, Levitsky
Bilek, Uva, Ioyce.
Row 7 Quick, Sinclair, Guleica, Wolfie
witz, Pope, Wiesner, Hitzner, Dvorak,
Newman, Svoboda, Ruth, Terch
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Cl-IARMAINE HUSACK GENE ROBINSON ETHEL HUSA
Valedictorian Master of Ceremonies at Graduation Salutatorian
American Leqion Medal
ANN MARIE RAMM FLOYD PAC EVELYN HOFFMAN
Basketball Ouecn Renssalaer Faculty Speaker
PAULINE FELDMAN IOHN IVICEH RUTH SIMCEK
Scroll Editor President Accompanist
American Leqion Medal
uwtanding Seniom . . . une, 1949
FRANKLIN SEKERA SHIRLEY DAREN
Valedictorian President oi Student Guidance
Union League Medal
SYLVIA TROIAR President of his Class
Salutatorian Chosen rnost outstanding student of class
Chosen one oi ten outstanding students
RICHARD DOCEKAL D.A.R. Medal
Vice-President Secretary of her Class
Basketball Honorable Mention in Section
IORDAN MILLER Editor of the Scroll
Most valuable Basketball Player Chosen one oi ten outstanding students
On November 28, 1948, Farragut
lost Mrs. Mabel Tuite, the kind, gentle
Woman, who had acted as matron
for seven years.
Students and faculty alike expres-
sed deep sympathy upon hearing of
Mrs. Tuite's death. She had left
school for the Thanksgiving holidays,
apparently in good health. lt was a
great shock to hear upon returning
Monday, that Mrs. Tuite had passed
During her seven years at Farra-
gut, Mrs. Tuite had administered first
aid, and had helped in any emergen-
cies, regarding teacher or student.
The cause of death was a diabetic
coma, from which she never regained
To replace Mrs. Mabel Tuite came Mrs. Ann Burke. She was orig-
inally from Chicago Vocational and then substituted at Gage Park
before coming to Farragut. Mrs. Burke is a graduate nurse and her
duty is to aid the ill and help the injured as she is shown doing above.
ln the other picture the students are looking over the lost articles
to see if they own anything before these are auctioned off.
SOLAR'S MUSIC HOUSE
The Home of Fine Musical Instruments
Appliances and Furniture
3215 W. 26111 ST. PHONE Blshop 7-6690
Furniture and Stoves
3226 W. 26th ST. Bishop 7-6505
FRANK NOVOTNY FURNITURE CO.
Complete Home Furnishings
SIMPSON'S FLOWER SHOP
3656 Ogden Avenue LAwndale 1-3201
3835-37 W. 26th St. ROckwell 2-9036 Grace Le Mar, Manager
Compliments of EVERYTHING IN FARRAGUT
KAPSON'S Good Clothes
For Men and Women
Hy Pepper, Mgr.
3251-53 W. 26th Street
3147 W. Cermak Road
Convenient location in the shopping
district close by
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CORNER 26th AND PULASKI ROAD
B. Ll NKA CO.
3918 W. 26th Street
Model Airplane Supplies
' Greetings Cards
' School Supplies
' Sporting Goods
Every Day at
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East of Kedzie Ave.
THE LAWNDALE NATIONAL
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3343 West 26th Street
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Phone Blshop 7-7522
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CLAIRE'S LINGERIE SHOP
3634 W. 26th Street
Latest in blouses, skirts
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LAwndaIe 1-1267 MARY v. TICHY SOU KAL FLORAL CO,
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LAWN DALE STATIONERY
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Greeting Cards, Party Decorators, Toys, 3237 West 26-th Street
Gifts, School and Office Supplies, Chicago 23, III.
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3615 W- 269' Si' Ch'C0'90 23' 'll' s1Shop 7-1000 - 1001 Phone Porfsmouvh 7-7055
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