Fenger Academy High School - Courier Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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V -1 V - V V .K , t 1V VV V 1 V 1 V V V . 1 V V - 1 1 1 1 . , 1 V V V -1 V 1 V V 1 1V 1. , V . . , - V . , ,V V1 V- V V VV 1 V V 1 V 1V 1 V V V V V 1 V 1 V - 1 71 1 1 1 1. V t 1 1 V V V - 1 1 V . V 1 11 V 1 V 1 1 1 V 1 V V V V 1 V 1, . ..,, . . . . V V V - V V V V 1 - 1 U' V' e V V 1 V V V 'V 1 V V 1 1 V -, V V 1 V 1 V 1 V - . . . , . V V V V 1 - V V V V V 1 V V V V 1 V V V , 1 . ' EDNTTENCTS 1 URI WVORD HN 'VH 'VIORI YVI I LXCLI TY DT DIC A TI CIN SI INIOR CT ASS CI ASS HISTORY W OC, XTIONAT CL XSS LINDI RCI f'-XSSVIHN SI RVHC ff ATHLITICS QI UBS IITIRATLRT HLVIOR XCKNOW1 FDC VII NTS C 2-XRTOOINS A DVFRTISI' MI NTS W I T , , W A ..' F. ' ' Y , 4 A . . . . , ,. .LY , .A 7 ,M X . H . A . . Y vu - . '.LY Y 4 .4 L 4 . ,yq v 1 I' 1 -. 1.' .. - v ,A THOMAS LIIAWIOIIID HIIJL IS NO I.ONC IEII HIP RE 'WITH IIS BUT HIS SPIRIT IS IVIIR IPRIES ENT GIUIDING US AILONG THIE ROUGH AND IPIUGGIZD PATH WHICH HIE HAS SET IOII US as THEP ATTAINMITNT OT THIS IFN4 DIIRINK VAI IIIZS OI' ILII'IL MAY WF WHO KNINW HIIVI AND ILOVIED HIM CONTINIUL4 AILILY I-IND IN HIS LIIIL AND HIGH IDIEAILS AN IFTIZIRNAIL SOUIRCIE OT INSPIRATION, STII.IL SIPIENDING AND YIFT UNSIPENT THAT ILIEADS TO THIE GOAIL THOMAS CRAWFORD HILL 1859 1933 TI-HQ HRST DAY OI" SPRINC ADMINISTRATIVE FACULTY MAINTENANCE ROSTER S Carl Chnstofersen I O T C lr na l C a k l mlunt LIIPVJYIAIU Loxs -X Conner I llxllbb louns Cook Xl llmnnal IJVJHIIIQ 'lgnes C Courlnu lsvlslarll Clerk Lena NI Crum Cooking Peter De Graff Hntorj lllen De Haan G1 mnaszurn Norma D Dxamond Znoloqj leol Donnells rcderxek W Scllacllt wnlumam 3 Prim :pal Ferdlnand J Zlpf Assnlanl Principal Gcorgej Anken Nllehannal Draulng essle E Anderson G5 IH naslnm Laura B Aycrs f r 'vlaud A Banles C anrral SLIFIHE Yerna Nl Baker G s m naslu rn Harrv Beals l'llgH1!'f'7' l'mnl C Bennett KIJIDIISITJ Lois Bennett Vmatzonal Arlusor Dons Nl Blaehly Nlathrmutu s Nlarnan F Brarelton Commrrrml Dorothy E Bresnahan Gsmnasrum XX alter H Bnll Mathematics Ella Nl Burkhart Hathfmahrs Wm R Burnham Band Florence B Caxrd Commrnnzl Nora Nl Carroll Hlslorg Eleanore Castle Fngllsh Congetta Change Italian Srl en X nee l I: s Xlnslc Bertha Frxckson f nrnnu rrlul C lara 'I Fenn Ilnlury Douglas A lessenden Coazh ltta B F uke IIIJYIZIIHII Geo I Foster Elulrxf Shnp Xlacsles W lfoteh Gs nz naszu m Charlotte Y Fowler Xiarhe main s Harrxctte Freeman Cmmrul Scnme XX allace H Frlstoe Phgslrs Savers A Cvarlnck Geography lNelle Green 1 rl Fannv A Hall Malhvmaln s Heber M Hawes History lrugenc C Hedges Nlttblllllllll Druulng ldah A Henncksman Corn Nl rrrml Nlargaret S Hull Hzslorj Leo P Hopklns Nluthenzaln s Registrar Dorothy E Huebner Bolang Gladss acobson Commenml Geography Allce R Kavanaugh Commen-:ul Ednth Nl Kas Commrrrml JohnJ Kehoe Printing Anna Kelly Mahon Luella Kettlehon Commzrrml Frank W Knnght Coarh Herbert Kmght Music' Uda H Koerner Mmhanxral Drau Ing Josephine R Korten Spa-msh Nlas B Krmg Cafrlerxa Lnllnan I: Kurt7 Halhemalu J Ernest E Lange Com me rnal AIIJHOV Wm J Lechtenberg Hlsforg Grace B Lmeoln General Srnmr Esther B Lundquxst English Nlars G Lusson Hum' Ldna VI Marlnn Ar! Nlars E NlcCabe English NIBYIC McCuleheon Com merrml lsabelle Nlclixrdne English Wilfred NlcPartlm Iahn Hlldegtarde Nltlsekothen Germun Anne L Nlnlburn English I'thelJ Mlller Commercxal Nlarxon D 'vioran Hzslorg French Wm F Nlusnck Ar! lngeborg Olson Cuffs Helen M O Nlalles Com merfml Helen OSullnan Corn rm rl ml llsne L Parsons SFMHIQ Gorman Pnckard Malhn main s MQFEUCYIKE Plummer Comme rr ml lsdna N1 Randall Com mf rrml Wm C Reich Phssles Nlargaret Vl Robertson English Ruth V' Robinson Enqlrsh Walter W Sampson Com m erflal Sarahl Schmld Clerk Gertrude Schuessler Matbe rnahrs NIBIOYIC P Schul7 Gvnrrul Srumz Bernlte Shme Comma rr ml Ruth M Smart Lahn Charlotte j Smnh Cnns ames H Smnth Geography Claude Smntter Commercial lun Jessle Solomon Salesmunshllv lrdna M Stephens Enqlxsh Kathenne Nl Stevens Englnh 'Nora B Stesenson English Julxan Ss kes Auto Shop Xlargaret Taslor Englnh Nllldred l Taylor Xlafhrmalu s Grace A Thomas Lain: Sarah Thomas English Leland R Thompson Chvmlstrs 'Nell Trxmble Orehzsfra Thomas L Nan Seusoe Xl and Shop laura A Xtrhocxen English Helen Ywarcl Art lra Nl Vagenman Hlslorm Xtra H WLFIRLIIU English 'slabel N1 Vbhntncs Englnh Nlyra A WIIIIWKJFIII Sjnuush Cleopatra N Vulson Ruth Nl WISE Enqlxxh Frank E Xounp, G 5 m mmnnz llnzabeth Campbell Dean o Girl ieorge F Dasher I7 Ill of Buys Q .... 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Edilor Evelyn Johnson Sofial Edilor Leo Panozzo Music Edilor Ruth VV. Robinson lfarully Adrisrr john Stephens Pulrlirily Edilor Eflgbl TDETDTGEACTTDN M wmmmnumwmmmumqxp. am vwmwwlwu-mm.. an TO THE SPIRIT Ol PROGRESS OE THE SOUTH END OE CHIIQ CAGO ESTABLISHED BY THOSE IPIIONEERS AND BY THOSE MEN AND WOMEN WHO WORKED SO HARD AND ENDIURED SO MUCH TO MAKE POSa SIBILE THIS GREAT COMMUNITY OE ROSEQ ILAND WE THE JUNE GLASS OT 11933 DEDT CATE THIS BOOK Emma, Www QIZMQGMNV XX QNNMWMM 'VALEDI CTION Fcnger dear Fenggr X our nam Null rgmun Ducp xuthm our mem ones, A lmk of 1 trusurgd uhun Iungcr fan' Iuugur XXlIhlI1 xour ond h1 s Vu lean chu Lchogs of our xoncgs Nhnglud xx nth our ulls Pcnger our Ilngw Our lessons hers. rg through An ID our sad but frlcndly partmg XXL bld wou our Inn gn' ,ldmu libel Rm 1113 Cofors Maroon and SIIX gr Flon Cl Poppx 4A CLASS Flfzrn YI Mug Q," S A Ruth rrx Wolff: Xixsfortums ourtalv. us dlfhuultlgs confront us but thusc thmgs must not mdun us to gnc up , lfnul ' x Iltcrx-111 i 4- x Iulln .,, R1f'4uxLu1 ' f 3' Q? . 'af f. 4 0 J ag x K D , . X IL 5 2 ng! 2 ll , 1 xi g t , 7' if , - iv '-" . ' -V-V Q 'V .f " .. 4 . Z ., N , l tiff . A I A . v A , ' , V , , - -. - y x ' y - ' - m ' V 1 1 LOTUS ADAMS IISI7 Yale As-pnuq Cnnrrrrerriill Phorex. Stu. Coun., G.A.A., Basketball and Volleyball Teams, ,lr. Girls' Club. GABRII'L ADDUCCI 17 Fast 117th Strtet .flrrlwiirrlural B.A.A., Basketball and Football Teams. MARY ADIJUCCI 166 East lI6lh Street C077l7?lfTl'I0l Phorex. Compt. Awa:ds, 3 G.A.A. Bars, Ital. Club, -lr. Girls' Club, G,A.A. RLYNOLD ADDUCCI 31 East 116th Street Conznzerritzl Marliirze B.A.A., Stu. Coun., Hall Guard. 4 Compt. Awards. LXVALD ADOLFSON 9411 Vernon Avenue Grzivral Sriulirr Phorex, B.A.A., R.O.T.C., Lieut.. Rille Team, Math. Club, Non-Com. Club, Otlieers' C lub. LOUIS AI I-'ANO 217 Ifast Il6llI Street tmiitral IJIIIXIIJQQZ Glue C lub, Soc. Orch., Orchestra, Orch. for "Green Stoekingsf' VIOLA AI MGRI'N goo Xlfest II7Il1 Street Colrzirirwitil G.A.A., Volleyball and Basketball Teams, lr. Cit. Club, ylr. Girls' Club, Typ. and Compt. Awards. 6 G.A.A. Bars, ALIJONS R. AI.TI"NBIfRG lltlslll South Green Street Grrnrul S1'ii'm'r Bus. Mgr. Cozirirr, B.A.A., Drama Club, Fenger Iiorum, ylr. Cit. Club, Sr. Hi-Y, 1 B.A,A. Bar. Transferred from Proviso Township High School. ALBLQRT ANDLRSON 1o1o8 State Street ,'ll'tl7Ift't'fIll'tIl B.A.A., Basketball Team, '4 B.A.A. Bars, ,lr. Cit. Club. I'.I.I'i.-XNOR ANIHI-'RSON IIl49 Normal Avenue cS1l7?l7ll4'V'!'illl Stu. Bookltpr., Phorex, Otlice See., Typ. Awards, Basketball and Volleyball Teams, G.A.A., ,lr. Girls' Club. MII.DRI"D ANDIQRSON 1,6 Xlfest 111th Place Crmznrerriul G.A.A. Treas.. G.A.A. Repr.. Basketball and Volleyball Teams, I4 G.A.A. Bars. SONYA ANDERSON 41,3 East Filth Place Commer'riuI Phorex, G.A.A., Hall Guard, Math. Club, Cier. Club, jr. Cit. Club, jr. Girls' Club, Compt. Awards. ,IOHN APPIiL II34j Ifdbroolte Avenue fit'lll'I't1lS1'it'l1t'l' Phorex, Soe. Oreh., B.A.A., Hall Guard. DOROTHY MAIQ ARVIA 215 Ifast Iljlll Street Gern'l'u1Si'irm'r' Chair. Llower, Color, and Motto Com., -lr. Girls' Club, Math. Club, Biol. Club, G.A.A. Repr., Phorex Treas. and Repr., Minstrel Show, Nat'I Hon. Soc. IfRIfD ASMUS 1:1g1 Parnell Avenue Gurirrul I.ur1,ql1u,qr Pres. Nat'l Hon. Soc., Phorex, Chair. Program Com., Stu. Libr., Iienger Forum, Ger. Club. MARY BAFFOF QIS7 lillis Avenue Cfl7!IlIIK'fl'idI Fenger Forum, School Letter, Minstrel Show, Room Repr.. Frog, Cap. Volleyball Team, Basketball Team, Stu. Coun., Hall Guard, Otlice Sec., klr. Cit. Club, Jr. Girls' Club. LOUIS BAGGIO Ilfjf Vl'entworth Avenue Awbilerfizrul Ger. Club, B.A.A.. School Letters, t B.A.A. Bars, Volleyball and Basketball Teams. FRANKLIN BALLOU 71o Iiast 9:nd Street Boolelzvrpiug Stage Mgr. and Chief Iflec, 4 years. "Poor Nut," "Daddies," "Martha," "Marriage of NAIHCKICJ' Staging of "Frolies," R.O.T.C., Concert Band, R.O.T.C. Band, Non-Com. Club, "Green Stockings." -lr. Cit. Club, Hall Guard, Office See. HIQLIQN BALTRIMAS II6tNJ South Lafayette Avenue CSIIVVIIIIIVFIUI Phorex, G,A.A., ,Ir. Girls' Club. MARY BAN 1o9g9 Vernon Avenue Suriul St'ii'm'r' "Chimes of Normandy," Harmony Class. Volleyball Team, Stu. Libr., -lr. Girls' Club, -lr. Cit. Club. CATHICRINI' BARMIR init l-'ortst Avenue Gi'1n'rul I,arfg14u,q1' G.A.A.. lr. Cit. Club, Volleyball and Basketball Teams, Room See. and Pres., Ilall Guard, .QA Soi. K om., g G.A.A. Bars. IONI li. IS.-KSSI TT 994: Calumet Asenut' fiiurrill l.tlrlg11.l,Qa' i1,."s.A.. Alr. Girls' Club. Iireneh Club, Ilall Guard. Volleyball and Baslsetball Teams, Iirog. IILONI M. IIASSI-TT 9s4i Calumet Avenue Grrlvinll I,11rl,Qln1,qt' G.A,A., Irog. Mermaid. 4 G.A.A. Bars, Volleyball and Basltetball Teams, -lr. Ciirls' C lub. Hall Guard. Treas. Iir. Club, ROBI RT BAl.'MG.-XRTNI"R :o7 West 11:1h Street Brmkkiwfviflg Ger. Club, B.A.A., Phorex, Glee Club. Hall Guard. Tu rl: r MARCELLA BECKER 11157 Lowe Avenue General Langimge G.A.A., "Martha," "Chimes of Normandy," "Fenger Frolics," Flower, Color and Motto Com., Stu. Libr., Fenger Forum, Biol. Club, jr. Cit. Club, jr. Girls' Club. NICHOLAS BEHME 9640 Greenwood Avenue Mccsllurxiful Dmuiug Phorex, Minstrel Show, 7 B.A.A. Bars, Room Pres., Glee Club, Football Team. ELEANOR BERGSTRONI 10565 Perry Avenue C'I"l"lNVi-ll G.A.A., Phorex, jr. Girls' Club, Glee Club. MAY BERRY 11000 Eggleston Avenue CfllP1"14'V1'if1I Phorex, G.A.A., 3 G.A.A. Bars, "Fenger Frolics," Volleyball and Basketball Teams, Compt. Awards, Graduated in 3X2 years. EDWIN BILSTRONI 9541 Forest Avenue IilVt'lJif!'l'fllVl1I Room Pres., Hall Guard, 2 B.A.A. Bars, 2 School Letters, jr. Cit. Club, Football and Xlfrestling Teams, Mgr. Track Team. DOROTHY BLOCKER 10435 V'entworth Avenue CfIllll7ll'Vl'iUI Phorex, Room Sec., G.A.A., "Fenger Frolics," Volleyball and Basketball Teams, jr. Girls' Club, 3 G.A.A. Bars. jOHN BOGOSIAN 11843 Eggleston Avenue Ar! Stu. Coun., Hall Guard, 6 B.A.A. Bars, 3 Minor Letters, Art Club, Art lid. Courier. GEORGE BOHN 12148 Eggleston Avenue Grlzrrul Sri1'm'4' Park Com., Hall Guard, 1 B.A.A. Bars, Aviat. Club, Biol. Club, jr. Cit. Club, jr. and Sr. Hi-Y. FRANCES BOSET 10154 Wentworth Avenue Cffmzrln'r1'iu1 G.A.A., "Fenger Frolics," jr. Cit. Club, jr. Girls' Club, Volleyball Team. RITA BOYLE 10046 Lowe Avenue Grvwrul I.a11guugz' Phorex, Glee Club, Stu. Libr., Fenger Forum, jr. Cit. Club, G.A.A. CLARENCE BOZE I2I43 Lowe Avenue Hrr0l:kz'4'lvi11g B.A.A., Span. Club, Glee Club, jr. Cit. Club. RODGER BRAGG IZOOI Yale Avenue Gerirrul SliIt'lll'l' Room Pres., "Martha," "Chimes of Normandy," 5 B.A.A. Bars, Track Team, jr. and Sr. Hi-Y, Hall Guard, Math. Club, "Fenger Frolics," "Daddies," Announce. VVINIFRED RUTH BRUINING 10:19 Yale Avenue Gi'm'i'u1 Srienre Phorex Repr., Frog, "Fenger Frolics," G.A.A. Repr., Minstrel Show, jr. Girls' Club Repr., Basketball Team. ROBERT BUCKLEY 238 W'est II'iIl1 Street Gwlvrul Srirmsv Swim, Track, Baseball and Football Teams, Pres. Biol. Club, Glee Club, Hall Guard, Drama Class, Gift Com., 9 B.A.A. Bars, School Letter, jr. Cit. Club, Math. Club, jr. Hi-Y. VVILLIAM BUTKUS 349 W'est 108th Place MFL'l7d1lil'!II Draxvizzg B.A.A., School Letter, Aviat. Club, Baseball and Football Teams. jOSEPHlNE CALVANO 9148 Greenwood Avenue cil'l1l'fHI Lunguugr Phorex, Finan. Secy. Courier, 6 G.A.A. Bars, Volleyball and Basketball Teams, Off. Sec'y, Biol. Club, German Club, jr. Cit. Club, Nat'l Hon. Soc. FRANCES CAMPBELL 11635 Wallace Street Commerrial Glee Club, Posture Medal, 7 G.A.A. Bars, "Fenger Frolics," Champ. Volleyball Team, Basketball Team, jr. Girls' Club, Chess and Check. Club. MARGARET CARAPEZZA 10059 South Perry Avenue Commenial Room Pres., Hall Guard, Glee Club, 1: G.A.A. Bars, G.A.A. Repr., Minstrel Show, Capt. Basketball Team, Biol. Club, jr. Cit. Club, jr. Girls' Club Repr. XVALTER CARLSON IIQBO Princeton Avenue Gwrrrul Srivnre Hall Guard, Room Pres., Secy. and Treas. B.A.A., 8 B.A.A. Bars, 3 School Letters, Life Saving Emblem, Baseball and Swimming Team, Biol. Club, jr. Cit. Club, Math. Club. LILLIAN ELIZABETH CARNEGIE IIO4l South Park Avenue Social Science G.A.A., Pl1orex, Room Pres., Treas., Biol. Club, jr. Cit. Club, jr. Girls' Club, Span. Club, Glee Club, Hall Guard, Minstrel Show. ELIZABETH CARTA 1074: Edbrooke Avenue Comnzerriul G.A.A., Phorex, Frog, Volleyball and Basketball Teams, 7 G.A.A. Bars, Compt. Award, Hall Guard, jr. Girls' Club, Math. Club, Minstrel Show. M'ARY CAVALETTO 10717 Edbrooke Avenue Gt'm'ruI Iazrlglfagv Hall Guard, "Fenger Frolics," Volleyball Team, Capt. Basketball Team. CHARLES CAVALLO II443 Yale Avenue Buolzftrrfvilig B.A.A., Phurex, Hall Guard, jr. Cit. Club, Off. See., Compt. Award. GILBERT CEDERHOLNI 9353 Calumet Avenue .-ln'lulm'1um1 Aviat. Club, Arch. Club, B.A.A., Glee Club. Tbirleen Iil.DA CHA 34 East ,,,4gl-, Srrggg General language Phorex, Glet Club, "Daddies," "Poor Nut," Fr. Club, ltal. Club, Span. Club, Biol. Club, jr. Girls' Club, jr. Cit. Club. ROBERT CHAPMAN 10800 Normal Avenue General Science Hall Guard. 3 B.A.A. Bars, Fenger News Staff, San. Com. Lt. ROY CHOQUETTE 722 East 87th Place General Language Basketball, Volleyball, and Tennis Teams, B.A.A. Repr., School Letter, jr. Cit. Club. Math. Club. Transferred from Mt. Carmel. WILLIAM COOK 10120 Perry Avenue Arcbilrrtural Drawing B.A.A., g B.A.A. Bars, jr. Cit. Club, Glee Club. IDA COOPER 41 East 1o3rd Place Commercial Phorex, G.A.A. Repr., Hall Guard, jr. Cit. Club, jr. Girls' Club, Drama Class, "Poor Nut." XW'll.liRlfD CREPEAL' 1172: Eggleston Avenue General Science Hall Guard, B.A.A. Repr., 5 B.A.A. Bars, School Letter, Vice-Pres. jr. Cit. Club, jr. Hi-Y, Pres. Sr. Hi-Y, Mgr, Basketball Team, Pres. Math Club, San. Com. Lt. FRANK CURLEY II337 Soutl1 Park Avenue Bookkeeping Hall Guard, B.A.A., Biol. Club, jr. Cit. Club, Marconi Club, Span. Club. jlfNNlli CURRER I9 Nvest 111th Place General Language Pliorex, Stu. Coun., ROOHI Sec., Orch., Glee Club, "Martha," Gift Com., jr. Girls' Club, Mermaid. Nat'l Hon. Soc. ELSIE DAHLBERG 111534 Lafayette Avenue Commercial Sec. G.A.A., Pliorex, Pres. and Treas. Letter Girls' Club, jr. Life Saving Emblem, Chevron, Off. Sec., jr. Girls' Club, Span. Club, Glee Club, Volleyball and Bas- ketball Teams. ROBERT DAUS 1:0111 Harvard Avenue General St'il.'Ill't' Concert Band, R.O.T.C. Band, San. Com. Lt., B.A.A., Room Team, R.O.T.C., Chairman Gift Com., Hall Guard, Room Sec., Ger. Club, Biol. Club, Math. Club, Sr. Hi-Y. ROSE DEBREZENI 7:4 East 91st Place Commercial 5 G.A.A. Bars, G.A.A. Repr. Volleyball, Capt. Basketball Team, Off. Sec., jr. Girls' Club. ESTHER DECKER 11561 Lafayette Avenue Commercial 7 G.A.A. Bars, G.A.A. Repr., Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball, and Swim. Teams, Adv. Typ., jr. Cit. Club, jr. Girls' Club. jOHN R. DEKKER 841 W'est 111th Street General Science Basketball Team, Sr. Hi-Y, B.A.A., Hall Guard. CHARLES DENNE 24 East 114th Street Social Science R.O.T.C., "Poor Nut," Off, Sec. jr. Cit. Club, B.A.A., "Fenger Frolics," Stamp Club. JOSEPHINE DETZ 12318 Parnell Avenue Commercial Phorex Repr., Room Pres., Off. Sec., jr. Girls' Club Repr., jr. Cit. Club, Compt. Award, Hall Guard. Tennis, Volleyball, and Basketball Teams, 3 G.A.A. Bars. DOROTHY DE VRIES 10911 Vernon Avenue General Science Pres. Phorex, Room Sec., G.A.A., Minstrel Show, Off. Sec. Graduated in three and a half years, Nat'l Hon. Soc. PEARL DIECK 320 East 138th Street Household Arts Stu. Coun., Room Sec., G.A.A. Repr., 4 G.A.A. Bars, Volleyball and Basketball Teams, "Fenger Frolics," Biol. Club, Treas. Home Econ. Club, jr. Girls' Club. FLORENCE DOOLITTLE 157 W'est 113th Street Commercial Phorex, Stu. Coun., Room Sec., I3 G.A.A. Bars, Frog, "Fenger Erolics," Minstrel Show, Volleyball and Basketball Teams, Vice-Pres. jr. Girls' Club, 4A Soc. Com. jOHN DRENTH ioogo South Halsted Street Technical B.A.A., French Club, Glee Club, jr. Cit. Club. ERNEST DRENTHE ioozo V'allace Street General Science Hall Guard, Concert Band, R.O.T.C. Band, Soc. Orch., 6 B.A.A. Bars, R.O.T.C. LOUIS DRENTHE 99f6 Lowe Avenue Commercial Hall Guard Lt., 1: B.A.A. Bars, Baseball and Basketball Teams, R.O.T.C., Drama Class, jr. Cit. Club, San. Lt. ANN DUBRANSKY :33 West 119th Street General Language Phorex, G.A.A., Basketball Team, Fenger Forum, jr. Cit. Club. ELEANOR ELLIS 1o731 Cottage Grove Avenue Household Ari: Phorex, Home Econ. Club, G.A,A. Bazaar, 4 G.A.A. Bars, Hall Guard, jr. Girls' Club, Biol. Club, Volleyball and Basketball Teams. EUGENE IZLY 203 East 108th Street Arcbilrdiiral B.A.A., School Letter, Track Team, "Green Stockings," Math. Club. Fourleen JOHN ELY 103 East 1o8th Street General Limguagi Treas. Nat'l Hon. Soc., Ed-in-chief Courier, Phurex, Room Pres. and Sec., 5 School Letters, Football, Swim., Track, and Wrestling Teams, "Green Stockings," Fenger Forum, jr. and Sr. Hi-Y, jr. Cit. Club, Math. Club, Hall Guard. ANITA JEANNE ERNST 12259 Stewart Avenue General Language G.A.A. Repr., 6 G.A.A. Bars, Minstrel Show, Frog, "Fenger Frolics," Drama Class, Biol. Club, Ger. Club, jr. Cit. Club, jr. Girls' Club. LOIS EWING 12240 Princeton Avenue General Limguugi G.A.A. Repr., Nat'l Hon. Soc., Phorex Treas. and Rcpr., Pres. Math. Club, jr. Girls' Club, "Daddies," Stu. Libr., Fenger Forum, Biol. Club, jr. Cit. Club, Min- strel Show, Il G.A.A. Bars. WALTER FALEjCYZK 12315 Parnell Avenue Boolzkeeping B.A.A., Room Team, jr. Cit. Club, Glee Club. ANGELINE E. FAORO Ilsls Perry Avenue Commercial Nat'l Hon. Soc., Phorex Repr., Stu. Coun., Room Sec., 2 G.A.A. Bars, Bus. Mgr. Fengc-r Neus, Chairman Announce. Com., All City Girls' Confer., Vice-Pres. jr. Cit. Club, Compt. Award. jOSEPH FAYKUCE 11745 Peoria Street Crmznzereiul Hall Guard, Room See., Orch., 4 B.A.A. Bars, 2 School Letters, 3 B.A.A. Letters, "Fenger Frolics," Volleyball, Basketball, and Golf Teams. jOSEPIfI FEjES 9321 XVoodlawn Avenue Genenzl Srieiiee Hall Guard, 8 B.A.A. Bars, Tennis and Volleyball Teams. VIRGINIA FERICE 348 East 119th Street Cummeri'ml jr. Girls' Club, jr. Cit. Club, Compt. Award, G.A.A., Volleyball Team, Room Sec., Hall Guard. LENA FERRO S24 East 92nd Street Commerfiul 1 G.A.A. Bar, Volleyball Team, jr. Girls' Club, G.A.A. IRWIN FIELDHOUSE 10156 Lafayette Avenue Generul Science Phorex Repr., Room Pres., Math. Club, B.A.A., jr. Cit. Club, Nat'l Hon. Soc. jIiNNIE FILAK 11662 Lowe Avenue Commercial 2 G.A.A. Bars, Biol. Club, jr. Girls' Club, Literati, Span. Club, Stamp Club, G.A.A. Repr., Minstrel Show, Volleyball and Basketball Teams. DOROTHY MAY FIRTH 10227 Calumet Avenue Household Arts Hall Guard, G.A.A., Basketball and Volleyball Teams, Biol. Club, Math. Club, jr. Girls' Club. XVILLIAM FISHER 11223 Edbrooke Avenue General Scienee Hall Guard, B.A.A. Repr., Baseball Team, Aviat. Club, jr. Hi-Y, Math. Club. NAOMI FLOYD 718 East 9oth Street Bookkeeping Room Pres., G.A.A., Volleyball, and Basketball Teams, jr. Girls' Club, jr. Hist. Club. jOHN FLYNN 11535 Eggleston Avenue Art Phorex, Art Ed. Courier, B.A.A., Art Club, jr. Cit. Club, Glee Club. MARION VERA FOX 1 1 130 Vernon Avenue Commercial Phorex, Glee Club, G.A.A., Basketball and Volleyball Teams, jr. Cit. Club, jr. Girls' Club. LUTHER FRAATZ 9158 South State Street General Sriencv Phorex, Drama Class, "Green Stockings," B.A.A., jr. Cit. Club, Math. Club. WILLIAM FROOM 720s Bennett Avenue General Sriefxeu R.O.T.C., Rifle Team, Olbcers' Club, Non-Com. Club, B.A.A., Fenger Forum, Stamp Club, Hall Guard. MICHAEL FUNDUKIAN 12049 Vfallace Street Boolzlzeeping "Daddies," "Fenger Frolics," B.A.A., Biol. Club, Span. Club. MABEL GALLOWAY 9432 Perry Avenue Sorial Sfirnfe Glee Club, 2 G.A.A. Bars, jr. Girls' Club, jr. Cit. Club, Biol. Club, Spanish Club, Basketball and Volleyball Teams. MARIAN GEROCS 67 East 72nd Street Commrrriul Phorex, Capt. Volleyball and Basketball Teams, G.A.A. Repr., 2 G.A.A. Bars, Compt. Award. GEORGE GILBERTSEN 11429 Normal Avenue Commercial "Marriage of Nanettef' "Martha," Hall Guard Lt., 5 B.A.A. Bars, 2 School Let- ters, Baseball and Basketball Teams, jr. Hi-Y, Span. Club. KATHERINE GRABINSKI 705 W'est 120th Street Commereial io G.A.A. Bars, Frog, Mermaid, School Letter, "Fenger Frolics," Volleyball, and Basketball Teams, Letter Girls' Club, jr. Girls' Club, jr. Cit. Club. FLORA GRANESE ll428 Princeton Avenue Commerriul Volleyball Team, G.A.A., Span. Club, jr. Girls' Club, jr. Cit. Club, Ital. Club, Adv. Typ. Fifteen 6- s I ROC PR C RANT IIKI6 Xllehlean Asenue Bookk ping B A A Repr Ir Cut Club XX restlmg Iuotball Baseball and Traek Teams Auat Club C oneert and R O T C Bard HORI NCI C Rl I N go Vest mmh P acc C 0771771171 M1 C A A ld C uumr Phorex Repr G A A Repr and A lee Pres Chex ron I4 G A A Bars 'ylermand Frog Penger Frolnes Capt A alley ball and Ba lsetball Teams A nee Pres Glee Club See I. tter Girl Club PALLINL GRlGLTlS Fast 114th P ace General SLIFIIIF GAA Repr Basketball and Aolleyball Teams Hall Guard Auat Club Gnrls Club All AC CRO'lAlx IOS I7 South Unlon Ay enue Anbzhtizual Draumg BA A Auat Club Ir Crt Club Nlath Club Hall Guard Hall Guard Lt RICHARD GUAST Al LI 1 lo19 Parnell Aycnue Crmzrmvrml lhorex Repr Bus Nlgr Crmrnr Hall Guard Room Pres and Sec 6 BAA Bars Sehool letter Typ Award Compt Award Off See Pres ta C ub Noe Ollleer SARA GLNN I a xxxtll Str e Smml S414 me l lorex Daddnes Poor Nut enp,er lrolles C 1 u C xt Club All Cnty C xrls Confer Hall C uard lub Speak Clu ANDRI NY lll ITZNIAN 6 4 Vest 1 oth Str et 'lftfbunnul Draumq lee Pres Auat C ub r C lt Club Areh Club Ger Club Hall Guar B A A NIARGIRX HPRYOC 9 Fdbrooke Ayenue Cunrul Iuneuuqe Plmrex Hall Guard C A A Repr Xolleyball and Basketball Teams Bnol Club NlARlL HOI KSTRA 107 8 South State Street Cummenml C AA Nolleyball Team r Gxrls Club Ir Crt Club XIAR lORll HOLNII S tg XX est xloth P c C mmm rt ml 5 G A A Bars Fenger Frolmcs Xolleyball Team Ir Glrls Club GRI TCHI N HOV ARD I U14 South La Salle Street C ilflllflt rt ml Nlmfml Stu Coun Hall Guard Drama Class Bnol Club r Crt Club r Gnrls Club IRXI ANIAY l"lOXX l S I ast lIXll1 Street HlI0kkf'tf7IllQ eng, r Frulres mstrel how G A A C lr s C u r Cnr C ub 1 C nty Gnrls Confer Poor Nut Hall Guard CHARLI S R HLIL 108418 Normal Axenue Crmzmeuml 'lfenfunr Hall Guard BA A Bars Typ Award Compt Award HARRII-T INJERD II433 Harvard Ayenue Commerexal Room See Glee Club 3 GAA Bars Prog Ads Typ jr Crt Club lr Gnrls Club LILLIAN IRA INT 4 Vest II th Str et Cwnnnrual Il GAA B rs Clnmes of Normandy' Nlcrmald I-rog, Fenger I-rolnes Yolleyball and Basketball Teams Compt Awards Off See Bxol Club Ir Cut Club XIRNON IACOBSIIN U7 West to8th Street Cmnmcrtml Uutfrnlr BAA Baseball Team Typ Awards Soe Oreh Coneert Band Glee Club Span Club Hall C uard Red Cross Repr AllCl' WAI IAGPR 1 1 South Imerald Ayenue Conzrmrrul C AA Basketball and Xolle-yball Teams r Girls Club Nlmstrel Show r C A A Bar VALTIR IANSIIYXICZ 771 West 119th Street Cnrnmrnml Stu Coun Room Sec Feneer Frolxes BAA Baseball and Aollcyball Teams r Crt Club PSTFLLF IASICA I I 0 Yale Ayenue Commerrlal C AA Aolleyball and Basketball Teams Ir Gnrls Club Span Club ITHEI. IOHNSON 116 7 La Payette Asenu Commcnml G A A Repr II G A A Bars Nlunstrel Show Capt Nolley ball Team Basketball Team Orl Sec r Gnrls Club r Cut Club Span Club Compt Award Hall C uard Pcneer Frolnes l X l l Y N IOHNSON Q V allaee Stree Clflrrul Ianquaer oe num oe 1 t u nun X nee Pres C lee C u reas G A A ars ro en cr ro nes eas r C urls C enter Iorum Phorex r C t Club N tl Hon oe X l RNA IOHNSON 1uo6 Parnell Aycnuc Cnnznnnm l mores C lee Club Soo rn Nlartlxa Clnmes of Norman y C A X Repr C hex ron Xlermaxd Prog leeneer lrollcs 4A Program Com Treas liml C ub r Cut Club r Girls Club LetterC1rls Cub C l ARA IONI S 9540 Lafayette Axenue C mural Iarltuuet C A A Glee Club Xolleyball and Basketball Teams lr Girls Club Hnst Club ANNA IUGIN 9119 XX oodlawn Ayenue C fm ml Iazlgifutt lhorex X nee Pres Ger Club G A A Repr A olley ball an Basketball Teams N mstrel Show Gnrls Club r Cut Club Drama C ass Bo C lub Nlath C lub ro G A A rs Sltfull -XL X-XXDLR ILRI X ICZ South Wabash -Xttnut NI l1.m1111l Drauzrz, B A -X -Xuat Club Gtr Club r C ll C lub Hall Guard Stamp C ub ROBI RT ILRGI NSI N 1 7 larmll -Mtn 11r111 S11 RdCruss IttC 1' U U U C STINI 11x1rm 1 9 th str. 1 111111 J 8 A K Bars 1 St Lttttr Baskttbal and Tratlt Teams Transitrrt trwm Trldtn Ttth XX ALTER lx-XHOLN Vest 111th Strut JI ' Hall Guard B -X 'K Tratk and Cross Countrx Teams ROTC j C1t Club ANDRFV RALABLS S7 Hale -Xsenue Bfwflik 17112 jr C1t Club Hall Guard R O T C Band Glee Club B A -X R OT C IDG KR RARISON 11819 South State Stretr Nl dl S111 B A 'X Bars Plwrex Hall Guard Baseball and Xulluball T1.a1ns Bul Cl b r C11 Club 5 CHARLFS KASSAY 618 Iast 911th Strtet CHIPNI SHH116' Natl Hon Soc Phoruc Hall Guard It Room Pres 5 B -XA Bars res BA A 7 Sehoul Letters l'1111tb:1ll Swxm Tratk and Vtrtstlxng Teams r C t Club Span Club Chxef of IUllLL H IN Rl l Ll X 1 last Qlfd Strut Bllllkrlfll. 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II th Str C HHVHI 5111111 Stu Coun Room Sec Sec and GA A Rcpr 3 C AA Bars Prog Xullesball and Basketball Teams Ir G1rls Club DANH l A KIFRADIO 111616 Ind1ana Atenue 411111111 l1u1t1111g1' Phoret Rtpr Oreh Glu: Club Nlartha C llll'I18S of Nurmandx 4 G A A Bars Nl1nstr1.lShow Xoll1.sballTeam r C1t Club Gtr Club lr G1rls Club Green Stmklngs Natl Hon Soc JOHN KINNFY 53 Fast 136th Street Cuzcral S111n1t C1t Club Baseball Tenms and Basketball Teams ALEX KLAVD 131 West IO3fd Street Bookfqrfuzzg Phorex Athl Com Hall Guard BA A Repr Bars Jr Infe Saung Imbltm Nlgr Baseball Team Spa rt ld P 11g1r X1ut R OTC Stu l1br r C1t Club Sr H1 Y LORI TTA KL AZYINSKI 1 1119 Normal Axenue Cnmm1r11111 NI111b1111 I4 GAA Bars School Iettcr Capt Yolltyball and Basketball Teams Trtas Letter Gxrls Club jr C1t Club lr Gxrls Club Frog Drama Class Hall Guard jFANlTTl KOWOROXY SKI 111 Vest Illilll Pace C'r1mm1r1ml Ihorex Repr GA A Cumpr Award Gtr Club C1t C1 b Grrls Club r H1st Club Itllgfff Nzus Typ1st ARTHUR KORTI 111 5 'Normal Awenue Comn11r11ul Cone Band BAA Basketball and Tratk Teams Glee Club Hall Guard and Lt Compt Awards Gtr Club TH XDDTUS ROYIK Tas 1 1th P Ar1l1lf11l11r111 Druum, BAA Room Team Jr C11 Club Glee Club Hl NRY KRANZRY 11111g9 Nlrehrgan Avenue C 1111'ml S111 1111 Stu Coun B A A Bars hmutball Yollexball and V rtstlxng., Teams ISTHI R KUCH 5 9 I-ast 87th P ate C1114 ml I1u1guuq1 GAA Repr 13 GAA Bars GA A Bavaar Frog Nlmstrel Show Fenttr Prolms Nlath Club r Cnrls Club Ger Club lr C1t Club Bxol Club Drama C lass IXFLYN KUDOBA IOIKI South La Salle Street Couzrncnlal Phortx Hall Guard Room Set GAA lenp.,er lrrulms Stu I1br OH Ste 'lxp and Compt Awards Xollewball and B skttball Teams r C t Club Clrls Club NLLLIP KUIRLN 611 Vtst togth Street Commenlal All Crtw Gxrls Confer 4 GAA Bars Compt Awards Yollexball and Basket ball Teams Ir C1t Cub r G1rls Club Ital Club IORRAINP KUNIVELIPTNI IIKO6 South State Street Bookk plllg O See T p Awards C1 Club r G1rls Cub GA-K Bars I-'rot hnger Fr11l1es Basketball and Xnlluball Ttams GAA Rtpr Hall Cuard LORRAIXE LAXIBRECHT 61 Fast totst Street Commc'r111xl Glee Club 4 GAA Bars Yollexball Teams Twp and Compt Awards Off Sec lr C1t Club lr Gxrls Club XIILDRPD IARSON Wes ll th P te Boollc pmq G AA Nlrnstrel Show lr G1rls Club Glee Club V AI Tl R IAZLRA 61 last 89th P ate T11lm1111l B A -X Transferred from Pullman Ttth Sm enleen 1 1' Q A ' i' 111132 " - " i -fb V " . 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Girls' Club. lRl Nl Ll NlPl RGI R 048 lfast 911th Place C'ff1f11f11'1Hl C1-AMX.. Room See., Volleyball and Basketball Teams, jr. Cit. Club. lf- Gifb' Club, lir. Club. ILIZABETH LOLRAXO ISI lfast Kensington Avenue CUVIIVVHVKNI Pl1UruX Repr., G.A.A., Volleyball and Basketball Teams, Compt. Awards, ,lf- Girls' Club, ltal. Club, CHLSTER LYMAN 11148 lidbrooke Avenue Grneml Sl'jt'71LiL' Stage lzlec. for :Ig Years. Tennis Team, Fevigrr News, "Green Stockings," Mar- eoni C.lub. Span. Club, -lr. Hi-Y. Room See.. Hall Guard, Biol. Club. MARION NLMJBRATNEY 11111111 Eggleston Avenue Commenial Phorex. G.A.A. Transferred from Morgan Pk. l-'DNIUND N1ACI"X!'lCZ 1118111 I-dbrooke Avenue ."lr1'ltifi'1'I11r.1l DYJM'i7I,K Areh. Club, B.A.A., Room Team, Hall Gu.1rd. l5RL'NO MAC HOXVSKY QQKQ South State Street BooU:i'1'jv1r1g Hall Guard, B..-K.A. Repr., 111 B.A.A. Bars, 4 Sehool Letters, lr. Cit. Club, Ger. C.lub, Math. C lub, Baseball and Wrestling Teams, Capt. Basketball Team. MA'l'llII.IDI' Nl. NIADURA 1:1114 Union Avenue C'lll!I!lI4'VAlLI1 Stu. Coune., Hall Guard, Room See., G.A.A. Repr., 18 Bars, Capt. of Volleyball and l'1asketb.1ll Teams, 'Tenger Frolies," Compt. Awards, Drama Class. XY'AI.TIiR Nl.-'sI.AIiOVVSKI 5111 XVest 1113rd Street G1'm'rul S1'l1'7I1'l' R.O.T.Cf. lzd. Culirwr, Stu. Coun., Hall Guard, R.O,T.C., Ritle Team, 1 B.A.A. liars, Non-Com. Club, Officers' Club, Biol. Club, Aviat Club, Football Team. IQDXVARD NIALMGREN 63 liast 99th Place CUllIlVI1'V1'i11l Hall Guard, B.A.A. Repr., Baseball and Vfrestling Teams, Aviat. Club, Ger. Club, lr. Cfit. Club. RUTH MALMSTROM 115.411 Michigan Avenue Gnzerill I.11r1guug1' F1'r1,e1'r Nrui, Phorex, Hall Guard, 1, G.A.A. Bars, jr, Girls' Club, Red Cross Repr., Cap and Gown Com., "Martha," "Chimes of Normandy," ulfenger lfrolics," "Green Stockings." LILLIAN Al.lCIA MALNASSY 11519 Yale Avenue Cj!7Nl7I16'7L'idl See. Nat'l Hon. Soc., lid-in-chief CTllllVfl'l', Phorex Repr., Humor lid. and Adv. Mgr. f"t'7IX1'Y' .V1'u'x. Stu. Coun., Room See.. Pres. Ger. Club, All City Girls' Confer., Stu. Libr., "Chimes of Normandy." "Fenger Frolies," G.A.A., Volleyball. ROXIIQ MARABAIN 11043 Lowe Avenue Cfommfrrial Stu. Coun., Room Sec., Hall Guard. Pres. and See. G.A.A., Chevron, "Fenger 1frolies," See. jr. Cit. Club, Pres. Letter Girls' Club, Viee-Pres. jr. Girls' Club, Volleyball and Basketball Teams. MARCH Nl.-XRCHIQTTI 1:1143 Lowe Avenue Crmirrzeruial Phorex, RIPUITI Pres., B.A.A., School Letters. Swim. and Vfrestling Teams, 4A Soe. Com. Bl'.RNliRD SIATHIQNVS 111148 Vfallaee Street Ar'1'l11Ii'1'I11ml Draiviug Bus. Mer. Cr111ri1'1', Stu. Coun., Room Pres. and See., B.A.A., Areh. Club. LOUISIQ NIATTIQAZZI 34 Last 115th Street C.'rm1n1er1'ial Phorex, Hall Guard, G.A.A., Volleyball and Basketball Teams, hlr. Girls' Club, Adv. Typ., Span. Club, jr. Cit. Club, ltal, Club. AGNIQS NleCRONlf 11181: Vfallace Street G1 HEMI, Inxrzgzzuge Room See., Girls' Glee Club, "Martha," "Chimes of Normandy," G.A.A. Repr., "Ifenger lfrolicsf' Biol. Club, Penger Forum, jr. Citivens Club, klr. Girls' Club. JAMES NleDONAl.U 3113 Xvest 111th Street G1't11'ml S1'i1'111'1' Tennis Team, Hall Guard, : B.A.A. Bars, Minor Letter, Chess and Cheek. Club. AI.IfRIf1JA l"RANC'l'S NleRlfNZllf :9 Past ttzth Street C'4l7H!71l'H'id1 Hall Guard, f CLA..-X. Bars, Volleyball and Basketball Teams, lr, c.ll. Club. klr. Girls' Club. I l Vl RTLX Nil lJSlCl R 111741 State Street G1'm'ral Idllxllilxl' "Chi1nesot' NUfliLlIlC.lV," 4 Ci.A.A. liars, Minstrel Show, Ulienger l'rolies." Volley- ball and ll.lNlsC'llW1lll Teams, l'enger l'orum. lr. C it. Club, jr. Girls' Club. RAY Xll l Ill R so-1 VVesl Ciartitld lloulevard S1 iuvzri' ATJXIUIIAUI lS,.'X..X,, Swim. 'll-.11n, Room 'l'U.lI11.,ll'. C it. C lub, Glee Club. Rls HARD l. XII RAR 1111411 losve Avenue C'11n11m'r'11i1l Pliorex, Stu. C oun.. Hall Guard. l5.A.A. Repr., Typ. and Ciompt, Awards, blr. C it. C lub. Sr. lli-Y. Pub. Speak. Club. SIllRl l Y Xlll.l S IZl4Q leeleston Avenue G1'v11'v.1l I..17l,Ql4J.QI' llunior l tl. CflIHl1Y'.l'l'llg. Phorex, literati, leneer l'Ul'LlI11, Natl Hon. Soe. .IUHN Ci. X1ll.llR 3:1 Ifast 114th Street ."lr1'li1l1'1'!1u'.1l Iphllllflg g ll..X.A. Bars. l'l11it11lid. C.'u111l1'r'. lr. C 11. Club. Hall Guard, Baseball, Basketball, and lraek Ttatns, lngineer. Club. Sr. lli-Y, Areh. Club. Eigfvlern OLGA MISKIN 57 West 1o3rd Street Cmnmrrfial Mavbim' Phorex, "Martha," 3 G.A.A. Bars, Mermaid, Volleyball and Basketball Teams, jr. Girls' Club, Chess and Check. Club. j. jOAN MITKUS 12041 South State Street Bflllkhffping Phorex, Room Pres. and Sec., G.A.A., Capt, Volleyball and Basketball Teams, Compt. Awards, Aviat. Club, jr. Cit. Club, jr. Girls' Club. NICHOLAS MOLTRUM 11716 Wentworth Avenue General Scif-vim' Hall Guard, B.A.A., Room Team, jr. Cit. Club, Glee Club. CHARLES A. MOORE 10934 Edbrooke Avenue ATlS,Jlfl't'fllTdl Drauing Rifle Team, R.O.T.C., OHicers' Club, Charge of Ushers, B.A.A. GEORGE MOORHAUS 9353 Eberhart Avenue Sorml Sricnre Leader Soc. Orch., Stu. Coun., Hall Guard, R.O.T.C. Band, Orch., B.A.A., "Fenger Erolics," R.O.T.C., "Daddies," "Green Stockings," "Poor Nut." DOLORES j. MORAN 11218 Vernon Avenue Conxmrrfial G.A.A., Basketball and Volleyball Teams, Stu. Coun., Drama Class, Hall Guard, Literati, jr. Girls' Club, Biol. Club. STEPHEN j. MUTNANSKY 144 Iiast 110th Street Arrbiirrlural Drauing Phorex, Stu. Coun., Arch. Club, Engineer. Club, 3 B.A.A. Bars, jr. Cit. Club, Aviat. Club, Stamp Club. HOVVARD NACKER 11035 Normal Avenue General Sriemsz' B.A.A., Hall Guard, Biol. Club. Ger. Club, jr. Cit. Club, Marconi Club, Stamp Club, Volleyball and Baseball Teams. HELEN NAGINSKAS 11617 South Lowe Avenue CYIWIHIFYFIHI Phorex, Off. Sec., Typ. and Compt. Awards, 7 G.A.A. Bars, Volleyball and Bas- ketball Teams, jr. Cit. Club. EVELYN NAVIGATO IIUOU Parnell Avenue Comnierrial G.A.A. Repr., Volleyball and Basketball Teams. Drama Class, jr. Girls' Club, jr. Cit. Club, Chess and Check. Club, Compt. Awards, Hall Guard. MARGARET NELSON 11836 Peoria Street Commerrial Phorex, 3 G.A.A. Bars, Room See., jr. Cit. Club, Frog, Volleyball and Basketball Teams, Minstrel Show, Bazaar, jr. Girls' Club, Drama Class, Nat'l Hon. Soc. RUTH NELSON 10936 Wabash Avenue COWImFYl'idl'xfIBl'lJIlIt' Nat'l Hon. Soc., Phorex, Stu. Coun., Hall Guard, "Marriage offi afietrf' "Martha," "Chimes of Normandy," Pres. G.A.A., Chevron, Frog. " ez F ol- ics," All City Girls' Confer., "Green Stockings," Vice-Pres. jr. Gir lubik-VN RUSSELL NYBERG 31 East IOISI Street 5 Ailf-L An Ed. courier, Aff Club, Boxing Team, B.A.A. R f., 1J11.A. jgm, L lj EVELYN NYSTROM 10819 Calumet Avenue M ji Comb vialxj Phorex, 7 G.A.A. Bars, Mermaid, Volleyball Team, j t. iyi, jr. birlAJ Club. OLIVER ODOM 9119 Lafayette Avenue l , j Tefbniral B.A.A., Basketball and Track Teams. Transferred from md g K, . MA , IVAR OHMAN IOISS Emerald Avenue ,Gfimral Selmer Fmger News, Chess Team, Phorex, B.A.A., Span. Club, Chess and Check. Club. jAMES OMIECINSKI 9263 South Park Avenue I Bookkeeping Stu. Coun., Hall Guard and Lt., B.A.A., School Letters, Football and Track Teams, Aviat Club. EDITH OOSTENVELD 10621 South La Salle Street Conlmercial Phorex, Off. Sec., jr. Girls' Club, jr. Cit. Club, Glee Club, Hall Guard, 5 G.A.A. Bars, Frog, Compt. Awards, Volleyball and Basketball Teams, "Fenger Frolics." ROBERT OTTO 122.12 Eggleston Avenue General Science Conc. and R.O.T.C. Bands, Orch., Room Pres., Hall Guard, B.A.A. Repr., R.O.T.C., Officers' Club, Chess and check. Club, Non-Com. Club, Stamp Club, jr. Cit. Club. ANNA PADZUKAS 111827 South State ,Street Bookkeeping Phorex Repr., Compt. Awards, 5 G.A.A. Bars, jr. Girls' Club, jr. Cit. Club. jOSEPHINE PAjKOS 215 W'est 108th Street Commercial Phorex, "Fenger Frolics," Compt. Awards, jr. Girls' Club, jr. Cit. Club, Red Cross Repr., 2 G.A.A. Bars, Volleyball and Basketball Teams. LEO PANOZZO 11301 Stephenson Avenue General Language B.A.A., Phorex, Music Ed. Courier, Sports. Ed. Frugvr Nz-us, Track Team, jr. Cit. Club, Biol. Club, Span. Club. jACK PEACOCK 11218 State Street General Srirmsr Football and Track Teams, Pres. B.A.A., Nat'l I-Ion. Soc., Phorex, Room Sec., Hall Guard, School Letters, Sr. Hi-Y, jr. Cit. Club, Biol. Club, Spanish Club, San. Com. HELENE DOROTHY PEDERSEN II4 W'est 112th Place Bookkeeping Phorex Repr., Room Pres. and Sec., G.A.A., "Eenger Erolics," Assignment Ed. Fr-rigrr News, Ex. Ed. :nd page Frngrr Nrus, Minstrel Show, jr. Cit. Club, Nat'l Hon. Soc., Graduated in 372 Years. Ni neleen ,IOHN PI-Rl-IDN,-X igggo South Green Street .'Ir'tfr1!1'1l1r1'.11 IJYHINIIIQQ Phorex, Hall Guard, 1 IS..-LA. Bars, Math. Club, Span. Club. RL"l'H Pl-RRY IRIS West 95th Street Ci1'r1t'r'.1l l.ur1g11uge SCC-'iliY'C-IM -QA Class, All City Stu. Coun., All City Girls' Confer., Nat'l Hon. Soe., Phorex, Pres. and Viee-Pres. Span. Club, Room Pres. and See., "Marriage of Nanette," "Martha," "Chimes of Normandy," Stu. Libr., Biol. Club. GlZIiLLA A. PLTLRS 64: East 9oth Place C0mmt'rri.rl S G.A.A. Bars, jr. Cit. Club, jr. Girls' Club, Drama Class, Off. Sec., Arch. Club, Stu. Libr., Volleyball and Basketball Teams. CARL PIQTPRSON ggog Yale Avenue Cummerriizl Hall Guard, B.A.A., Glee Club, jr. Cit. Club, Room Team. PAUL PIQTIQRSON 111939 State Street Gerlurul Scierlee 4A Class Pres., Soc. Com., Nat'l Hon. Soc., Phorex, Room Pres., B.A.A., jr. Cit. Club, Sr. Hi-Y, XVrestling Team, Math. Club. STI-QLLA PIiTROXY'SRY Sao liast 89th Street Cwrirrterriul G.A.A. Repr., Phorex Repr., Chevron, I9 G.A.A. Bars, Prog, Capt. Basketball Team, Typ. and Compt. Awards. jr. Girls' Club, See. Letter Girls' Club, Chess and Check. Club, Arch. Club. SIDNEY PIIQRSNIA at Vfest IUXFLI Street G1'm'mlS1'it'r1fe 5 . Phorex, Room See., jr. Hi-Y, Baseball and Football Teams, B.A.A. Repr., 2 B.A.A. Bars, Hall Guard. I.AURA PIPTROXVICZ 11617 Harvard Avenue Commvrrial G.A.A., Volleyball and Basketball Teams, jr. Girls' Club, Compt. Awards, Hall Guard, "Fenger Frolies," jr. Cit. Club, Math. Club, Glee Club. ANGIQLINIQ PITTACORA 313 Iiast 116th Street Commrrrial jr. Cit. Club, jr. Girls' Club, Ital. Club, Compt. Awards, G.A.A., Volleyball and Basketball Teams. BRUNO PIVORUNAS 1o714 Prairie Avenue General Svivrtre Swim. Team, Phorex, Stamp Club, Math. Club, Aviat. Club, Biol. Club, Hall Guard, B.A.A., Chess and Check. Club. -IOSIEPH PIZZATO 378 Kensington Avenue Commercial Phorex Repr., Hall Guard, Room Pres. and Sec., 6 B.A.A. Bars, School Letter, Typ. and Compt. Awards. Off. See., Ital. Club. SOPHIE POCIUS 10750 Indiana Avenue Bookkeepiiig 3 G.A.A. Bars, Volleyball and Basketball Teams, Frog, Hall Guard, Room Sec., jr. Girls' Club, jr. Cit. Club, Home Iieon. Club. jULIA M. POCRRAN 1t8g8 Indiana Avenue Crm1n1t'rt'iul Murlaiztc' G.A.A., Chess and Check. Club, jr. Cit. Club, jr. Girls' Club. XVILLIAM PODLICKP S45 Ifast 89th Street Ti't'lrr1iz'u1 Tennis, Volleyball, Basketball, and Track Teams, ll B.A.A. Bars, School Letters. Entered as 3A. EILIZEN PRIMIQ 11316 Lowe Avenue Commerrial "Martha," Glee Club, Volleyball and Basketball Teams, jr. Cit. Club. ROBIQRT HARRY PRONDIZINSKI 12011 Lafayette Avenue Geiwral Srivure Hall Guard, B.A.A., Aviat. Club, Room Team. CHARLOTTIQ LOTTIE RACZEK 1183: South Union Avenue Commerriul Hall Guard, Glee Club, G.A.A., Sr. Champ. Volleyball Team, Typ. and Compt. Awards, Off. Sec., jr. Cit. Club, jr. Girls' Club Repr., Sec.-Treas. Chess and Cheek. Club. IRIQNIQ RAIJOZYSKI into Lowe Avenue Cnzrizrterriirl Muflairw Sec. Stu. Coun., jr. Girls' Club, jr. Cit. Club, Home Ifcon. Club, Spanish Club, Off. Sec., Biol. Club, Hall Guard, 7 G.A.A. Bars. Mermaid, Volleyball and Basketball Teams. ORION RANISTROM 11z4: NVatt Avenue Grzlerul Sfiuvlfr' B.A.A., Hall Guard, jr. Cit. Club, Room Team, Glee Club. liTHIiL RIZGULY 111311 South Park Avenue Colrlrrrewial Art lid. Courier. Literati, Phorex, 4 G.A.A. Bars, Frog. Stamp Club, jr. Girls' Club, Nat'l Hon. Soc. CLAUDIA RIQNHULT tot Vfest ruth Place Gerzeml Iaulgllagt' Phorex. Art lid. Courier, See. Literati, Off. See., "Martha," Nat'l Hon. Soc., "Chimes of Normandy," "Ifenger Iirolies." Sec.-Treas. Stamp Club, Biol. Club. .IOIIN RICNSTRONI IIII4 Normal Avenue Grrlurul Srirmw' B.A.A., Non-Com. Club, Otlieers' Club. R.O.T.C., Phorex Repr., Stamp Club, Math. Club, Biol. Club. Hall Guard, Chess and Cheek. Club. Nat'l Hon. Soc. XVAYNIQ RICHARDS ioluz Perry Avenue G1'm'r11l St'i!'71l't' Phorex, Room Pres., Hall Guard, ll B.A.A. Bars, School Letters. Football, Vol- leyball, and Basketball Teams, Biol. Club, jr. Cit. Club. Sr. Hi-Y. NLTTIIQ RIGONI II94f XY'entworth Avenue Cnulmrrriiil Phorex, Pres., Sec. of Ital. Club, Room See.. G.A.A.. Volleyball and Basketball Teams Tuvrtly CHARLES RINEHART 141:13 Parnell Avenue CUUll7ll7l'l11l Cone. and R.O.T.C. Bands, Orch., Soc. Orch., B.A.A., Hall Guard, jr, Cit. Club, Band Club. ROY RINEHART 1o::3 Parnell Avenue CU!7Il7lt'ft'iHl B.A.A., Hall Guard, Conc. and R.O.T.C. Bands, Orch., Soc. Orch., Band Club, jr. Cit. Club, Aviat. Club. ELIZABETH RITCHEL 11825 South Sangamon Street Corrxrrirnul Courier Typist, Fcngrr News Typist, Typ. Awards, Phorex, jr. Cit. Club, jr. Girls' Club, G, A. A. Repr. DOROTHY ROBERTS 11147 Harvard Avenue General Language Phorex, Mermaid, Frog, G.A.A., Cone. Band, Orch., Band Club, "Chimes of Normandy," "Daddies," "Green Stockings," Fenger Forum, Ger. Club. BERTHA RODELLA 11851 State Street Conxnrereiul G.A.A., Glee Club, jr. Girls' Club, jr. Cit. Club, Adv. Typ. AMFS ROGGFVFEN ll o8 Parnell Avenue General LJIIXIIJQU j . 1 . . . 1 , Football, Baseball Teams, Stu. Coun., Hall Guard and Lt., Room Sec., jr. Cit. Club, B.A.A., 6 School Letters, "Martha," Math. Club, Fire Com. jOHN ROGGEVEEN 111118 Parnell Avenue General Language Room Pres., Hall Guard, B.A.A. Repr., 3 Bars, 1 School Letters, Vice-Pres. 4A Class, Mgr. Basketball Team, Chair. Stu. Coun., Nat'l Hon. Soc. LOUIS RONDELLI 140 West 117th Street Gerzvrul Ldllgllilgf' B.A.A., Hall Guard, Room Team, jr. Cit. Club. MILTON ROSENBERG 111917 Michigan Avenue Grvivral Srivriri' Hall Guard, Room Pres. and Sec., Cheerleader, 3 B.A.A. Bars, jr. and Sr. Hi-Y, jr. Cit. Club, Aviat. Club, Ger. Club. ZUMA R. ROVIARO 142 XVest 1o9th Street Commercial Phorex, Orch., ltal. Club, Span. Club, Literati, Drama Class, jr. Girls' Club, Compt. Awards, G.A.A. Repr., 3 Bars, Typ. Fellger iV1'u'x, jr. Cit. Club, "Fenger FroliCs." GRACE RUDLS llljj Edbrooke Avenue General Iaxrlglmgi' Phorex, 1 G.A.A. Bars, Basketball and Volleyball Teams, jr. Girls' Club, Biol. Club, Fr. Club, Minstrel Show. I MARGARET SABO S20 East goth Street Coninnveiul I3 G.A.A. Bars, School Letter, Sr. Champ. Volleyball Team, Phorex, Off. Mgr. Courier, Chair. Cap and Gown Com., jr. Cit. Club, jr. Girls' Club, Letter Girls' Club, Typ. and Compt. Awards. RHODA A. SCALES 9428 Indiana Avenue Grfzrral Svivmsi' Fenger Forum, G.A.A., Volleyball and Basketball Teams, Biol. Club, jr. Girls' Club, jr. Cit. Club. ALMA SCHMIDT 11930 W'allace Street General Sfirrzfc' g G.A.A. Bars, Frog, Volleyball Team, Room Sec., Hall Guard. HENRY j. SCHMIDT 13329 Prairie Avenue C0mm1'n'iu1 Track, Baseball Teams, 3 B.A.A. Bars, School Letters, Glue Club, Hall Guard, Office See., Adv. Typ., Get. Club, jr. Cit. Club, Marconi Club, Hi-Y. MINNIE SCHNEIDER 1: Vfest 111th Street Commercial jr. Cit. Club, "Chimes of Normandy", 8 G.A.A. Bars, Frog, Volleyball Teams, Minstrel Show, "Fenger Frolies", jr. Girls Club, Span. Club. EDVVARD SCHRECK 1oo:4 South La Salle Street Boolzkrrpiug R.O.T.C., Off. Club, Non-Com. Club, jr. Cit. Club, Stu. Libr., Hall Guard. MARY E. SCHROEDER 3og W'est 1o8th Place Commercial G.A.A., Basketball and Volleyball Teams, "Chimes of Normandy," jr. Girls' Club, jr. Cit. Club. XVILLIAM SCHULZ j,1t Vfest 111th Place B00kk1'l'pillg B.A.A. Rep., School Letter, Vice-Pres. Ger. Club, Chess and Check. Club. LUCILLE SCOTT 9:40 Lafayette Avenue Commrrriul 1 G.A.A. Bars, Volleyball, Basketball and Tumbling Teams, jr. Girls' Club, Span. Club. ELLEN SEMPLE 1 East lllfh Street CfIllIlI1l'7l'id1 Phorex, G.A.A., "Fenger Frolics," Volleyball Teams, Minstrel Show, jr. Girls' Club. ALTA SEPLOXY' 335 East 115th Street Commercial "Chimes of Normandy," 8 G.A.A. Bars, Volleyball Team, jr. Cit. Club, jr. Girls' Club, Span. Club. IRENE SEVERSON IIIZ3 Parnell Avenue Geuvrul Larigimge Phorex, Room Team, G.A.A., Fenger Forum, jr. Girls' Club. PANSIE SHAW' 111949 Prairie Avenue Gmeiul Lullguugi' G.A.A. Repr., Minstrel Show, Volleyball and Basketball Teams, Phorex, Hall Guard, Room Sec., Stu. Coun., Hall Guard, Conc. Band, Orch., l:A'7lgf'T Nvux. Tweniy-One HELEN SHIIJIJMAN 634 W'est IIIIII Street General Language Nat'l Hon. Soc., Phorex, Interview Ed. Courier, Hall Guard, Room Sec., 3 G.A.A. Bars. 8373312 "Eengcr Frolicsf' Frog, Drama Class. Off. Sec., Red Cross Repr. jOSEPH SIDOROVICH 28 East 119th Street Arrbifertural B.A.A., Hall Guard, Room Team, jr. Cit. Club, Glee Club. ANNA SIRVID 245 West 110th Place Commercial Stu. Coun., Phorex Repr.. I3 G.A.A. Bars, Compt. Award, jr. Cit. Club, jr. Girls' Club, 4A Gift Cum, EMIL SISKA :ag Vfest 1o7th ,Street Tcvlvrrieal Hall Guard, B.A.A., jr. Cit. Club, Marconi Club. RAY OLIVER SMITH IIOIS La Salle Street Ar! R.O.T.C., Conc. Band, B.A.A., Art Club, Stu. Libr., jr. Cit. Club. IRVING SPIVAK 11:47 South Park Avenue General Scierife Cone. Band, W'restling Team, "Eenger Er0lics," Hall Guard, Chess and Check. Club, Literati. CHESTER STARCZEVVSKI I2ll3 Harvard Avenue General Science B.A.A., 1 B.A.A. Bar, jr. Hi-Y, Sr. Hi-Y. Entered from Mount Carmel. CHARLES STRATINSKY Ilslf Emerald Avenue Mechanical Drawing 1 B.A.A. Bars, R.O.T.C., Hall Guard. jOHN STEPHENS IIQL7 Princeton Avenue General Language B.A.A., Phorex, Publicity Mgr. Courier, lfvnger News Treas., Fenger Forum, jr. Cit. Club, Nat'l Hon. Soc. jOSlfPH STERCHICLE 113o8 Normal Avenue Commercial Stu. Coun., Room Sec., Hall Guard, Adv. Typ., Track and Cross Count. Teams, 3 B.A.A. Bars, Off. Sec., jr. Cit. Club, Cap and Gown Com., School Letter. jEANIiTTE STOVER IIOj9 Normal Avenue General Language Phorex Repr., Volleyball Team, G.A.A., jr. Cit. Club, jr. Girls' Club, Math. Club. BERNARD SWANSON 4IS East 88th Place Commercial Machine Phorex, "Martha," "Chimes of Normandy," B.A.A., Biol. Club. VICTOR SVVANSON 415 East 88th Place General Language Phorex, Glee Club, Sec., Pres., Chess and Check. Club, B.A.A., Math. Club, Hall Guard. MARION SVVINDLE 11408 Prairie Avenue General Science Glce Club, 4 G.A.A. Bars, Frog, "Eengcr Erolics," Minstrel Show, Volleyball Team, jr. Girls' Club. IRENE TARjAN 7:9 East 92nd Place Commerfial Phorex, Typ., Compt.. Steno. Awards, G.A.A., jr. Cit. Club, Off. See., Hall Guard, Basketball Team. CLARICE M. TAYLOR 12030 Halsted Street Commercial Bus. Mgr. Feuger News, Bus. Mgr. Courier, Stu. Libr., Glee Club, jr. Cit. Club, Math. Club, jr. Girls' Club, "Fenger Frolics," 3 G.A.A. Bars. HARRY XV. TAYLOR 11030 Lowe Avenue General Science Fenger News, Hall Guard, Room Sec., R.O.T.C. and Band, B.A.A., Boxing Club, Biol. Club, "Poor Nut," Stamp Club, Marc. Club. ROBERT THARP 1113: Indiana Avenue General Science Nat'l Hon. Soc., Capt. R.O.T.C. Band, Conc. Band, Orch., Soc. Orch., "Martha," "Chimes of Normandy," Swim. Team, B.A.A., "Poor Nut," Math. Club, Treas. Band Club, jOHN G. TILLMAN 338 East QISI Place General Seience R.O.T.C., Rifle Team, 3 B.A.A. Bars, Biol. Club, jr. Cit. Club, Non-Com. Club, Off. Club, Math. Club, Room Sec., "Fenger Frolics," Hall Guard. RICHARD TODHUNTER 436 West 1o4th Street Arebileelural Hall Guard, B.A.A. Repr., 8 Bars, School Letter, Arch. Club, Basketball and XY'restling Teams. ELIZABETH B. TOMASZEXVSKI 12317 Parnell Avenue General Science Phorcx, Room Sec., Hall Guard, 18 G.A.A. Bars, Volleyball and Basketball Teams, Biol. Club, Fcnger Forum, jr. Cit. Club, jr. Girls' Club, Math. Club. STEVE TOTH 117111 Lowe Avenue Commereial Stu. Coun., Room Sec., Baseball and Volleyball Teams, jr. Cit. Club, Hall Guard, B.A.A. JEAN VANDENBERG IIU44 South State Street Social Science Hall Guard, "Chimes of Normandy," G.A.A., Volleyball Team, jr. Cit. Club, jr. Girls' Club. ELIZABETH VANDER BURG ioggg La Fayette Avenue Commerrial Phorex, Mr. Schacl1t's Sec., Typ. and Compt. Awards, G.A.A., 'Eenger Frolics," jr. Girls' Club, jr. Cit. Club. Volleyball Team. Twenty-Tu'o RLTH XANDLRL-K-XG 1 9 Wentworth -Xxenue CUYYIIIILTLIJI Phorex Room Pres jr G1rls Club G-X-K Repr Xollexball and Basketball Teams ANNA X XNDFRLIF 1:4 18 Ln1on Asenue K ll 1111 L11114u11,1 5 C A A Bars Phorevc Nolluball and Basketball Teams Mnnstrel Show B1ol Club Ftngcr Forum r G1rls Club MARGARET X "XNDl1R XIEER 10.114 Wentworth -Xxenue Co111n11r1111l Stu Coun Reom Sec 4 G -X -X Bars Frog Fenger Ffllllei Xollexball and Basketball Teams jr G1rls Club WALTFR NAND! MX DF I4 West ward Platt Comm H1111 Room Pres Hall Guard and Lt lr C1t Club Baseball Basketball and Traek Teams HFNRY XANDER WOLDE gg West IO4Il'1 Place Boolzlz pmg Hall Guard 3 BAA Bars jr C1t Club Math Club Auat Club SAMUEL YANDFR WOLDE IOSI4 Normal Axenue C 1'r11r11l S111111r' Conc and ROTC Bands Math Club Offieers Club Non Com Club B -KA Hall Guard Ir C1t Club B1ol Club LFO VAN HARFN II4 4 Pra1r1e Awenue Brmklz rpmq Hall Guard 4A Program Com Martha B A A Ir C1t Club GRACF VAN HOW F 365 10 nd Street G1m'ral Lanqznzef Phorex Repr 6 GAA Bars Fenger Frol1cs r C11 Club B1ol Club Span Club r G1rls Club Xollexball and Basketball Teams RUTH MARION N AN X LYMI N IIESI Wallaee Street Ci07lIllIf'YKIdI Stu Coun Hall Guard Cl"llI'11LS of Normandx G A A C 1 ls C lub Ir C11 Club Volleyball and Basketball Teams HILDA VFRTACH 1 019 Eggleston Axenue Commertrxl GAA Repr Basketball and Xolleyball Teams Ioor Nut r G1rls Club Hall Guard Ger Club Fenger Frol1cs RAYMOND YFZINA IOUS 1 La Faxette Awenue G1111111l 14111111121 Phorex BAA Repr Bars Room Sec r C11 Club lenger lorum Hall Guard Math Club BFRNICI: SON HORN 11434 Forest Avenue Gcmnxl L1111e1111gr VICE Pres lNatl Hon Soc Phorex Repr L11 Ed Conner Ch1mes of Nor Coun Stu L1br B1ol Club Fenger Forum Sec Treas Ger Club IRFNL WAHL 111834 Wabash Axenue C1114 ml I.1u1q1111g1' Phorex Xxce Pres Fr Club GAA Ir C1t Club It G1rls Club Span Club MYRTLE JUNK: WALSTON 5 b last 90th Street Cun11111r1111l GAA Repr If Bars Capt Basketball and Nollewball Teams Arch Club G1rls Club jr C1t Club Orch AILEN WALTI RS II IO Fggleston Avenue C mrul glllflti' Phorex Managmg hd Fmger 'sms BAA Hall Cuard Ir C1t Club Span Club San Com Lt Sr H1 Y Natl Hon Soc CAROLTNF WLSTERX FLD 444 West 1o1st Plate Gunrul La11q1111q1 Phorex GAA Xollesball and Basketball Teams F111grr Neus Staff r G1rls Club WVILLIAM WHFTI-IAM 1084 Perry Awenue Ctllthll S11111e1' I BAA Bar Hall Guard Ir C11 Club Room Team ALICE WILL! 1 023 Parnell Avenue C'rn1111111c111l Phorev If GA A Bars Xollexball and Basketball Teams G AA Repr Mlnstrel Show Blol Club Ger Club r G1rls Club MARIF WINTFRCORN 547 West 115th Street Crr111mer1111l Natl Hon Soc Phorex F1nane1al See Courxer Ch1mes ot Normandy G A A Nfmstrel Show Fenger Frol1es Poor Nut Off See r G1rls Club Math Club l'111gcr A1141 STAYLLY WIRTH 11818 Normal Awenue Grfnral 51111111 Phorex Room Pres BAA jr C1t Club Math Club MARGARLT WITCHOW SRX 414 West 118th Street Commer1111l 5 GAA Bars Frog Xollexball and Basketball Teams G1rls Club jr C11 Club Home Econ Club HI LIN WRIC HT H1936 Ind1ana Ksenue Cellffdl S11f'1111' GAA jr C1t Club Glee Club r G1rls Club KATHLRINE WRLBLLFSIXX 830 Last 89th Plaee Commercial I3 GAA Bars GA -X Repr Yollewball and Basketball Teams Frog Compt Award r G1rls Club Ir C1t Club XTFA ZANNONI 4 1 Iast 89th Str et COIVIYPILYLIJI Room See G 'K A Pres Fr Club Xollewball and Basketball Teams 4B Soe Com Tu enfg Tbrre ' ' 1' 1 1 1 Q: " ' . 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W -IVR-l U mme n C u 1 Ll T n1s Xl-KRT X 7AV XIJX Langlu -Xxenue clllllflitflldl lltufum Rl? 4 li K lt.!1LLl'll'0llkN Xullexball and Basktxbnll Teams Com t cl l 'N Ill 1 Snulh State Str L Clmlnnnml H111 um 1 U u urs u Lm,tr mum l'ro1, Bas et IDR XC L TIN ILILI X 1 4 Supl1t11sm1 Menut I mm Slllll mrgx 1 r 1 1 1 H C uard bltt C T1 U X ll 1 1 S ou C ns ar C me Q lu Nat Hon oe cHAR10TTI ZXX KRT Wes Illslll Paee Ctmml language' C lee Lluh Plmrtx C, X HX Xolluball Team H-XRRX 7XBURT IS Vout Ilhflll Pate Tufmnal -If nd BAA liars Sthool Letter Tcnms Basketball Xollex a ams .1 UJI' C re ll Smel11n1,s Stamp Q u APPRECIATION Fenger, Alma Mater, Do you know, that Whatex er road we re apt to go XY'l1.1tex er YN ork ue re apt to do XY e one our knowledge all to you, Generous Fenger9 We haxe found nn you the faurest Trucsr, best of all our frnends XX e haxe found you always xulhng To the bltterest of ends We haxe stored away nn memory Days we shall recall at vull In years when hfe s declmnng, Or xt seems we re standmg stlll Though we know, there s no transeendlng The gratltude of former sons, Yet exultmg, we cherlsh The thought, "Our frxendshxp cannot perlsh " Ienger, dear lenger, ln our sxmple dlgnlty, Our small seruees we render, w,l1IlC our hearts speak out smetrelx, "XVe thank you,', Immortal lenger Zuma Rouaro, 4A Tu F1113 fu If c,.,1.,1, - r., J, 1 ,. . ' -V - . Y g A ' N. B1 l. Cfluh, Hs leo . Club, -Ir. Girls' .l l. ANI, I-A - l- 5. . l'mlN lulq K ,K .T e'l T ' ' . l'll1r'..,lr,C.1!. C lub. Biol. Cl l'1, Vlr. Ci' l ' QI b, "l" If l ' ,U ' li lull .111 Y11Ileyb.1ll ca , G..'X..'K. I I V -V T- '. ' 1171 1 - ,A -f - It' ' l'1.A..N,. l'l '. . lS.."l.,'X. lid. fffll l1'r. I' nga' .N'1u., all Q , T " lull xl-ll-fllJ.,l'1lr'l h ', l's 1d1l"k. . b,.' 'l i , K. f gg A55 l'- Q" , K' A v A V I X W R.O. '. f. lla , 6 . ., . , T- - 1 , - ', - , ' fb Te . ll ll G d, "Q 'C f ' .T xl b. V, Y y Y , V , . , ' , V V Y ,, V . Y . i . ' 1 'I 1 ' , 1, Y - S V V. , . , . . TRIAL OF THE 4A CLASS The stage is set for another great drama. An- other semester has passed. The great king, Prog- ress, is once more on his throne. He is holding court for the 4A Class. He asks them what they have done in the way of progress. Paul Peterson, the class president, is now before him. If he can- not convince the king that the 4A's have great achievements to their credit, the class is doomed. Paul is speaking. "Your Majesty, once there was a time, four years ago, when we entered this grand building, Fenger High School. We were in a New World, under new circumstances, new teachers, and new surroundings. Our trivial knowledge allowed us little advancement in a place dominated by ex- perienced upper classmen. It seemed almost hope- less that we would succeed at all. Only the great fighting ability, which has carried us through our four years of school, kept us going. "Finally through our great struggles we be- came sophomores Light was beginning to pene trate the haze of bewilderment about us The mem bers of our class had begun to see what was going on about them Many became members of the Phorex some were in the band some in the clubs im Roggeveen and Charlie Kassay became inter ested in football fand are we glad they d1d"'j Eugene Ely was a member of the track team which won the only city trophy which we have in track All in all we were beginning to b a part of the school our progress was then rapid We became uniors Our class was already nearly running the school The girls held the suc cessful Frolzcs Sarah Gunn Lois Ewing and Mike Fundukian took part in Daddies Roger Bragg was the hero of Marflaa and an admirable one too Dorothy Pedersen and Angeline Faoro discovered that they could write while Wally Carlson Bob Buckley and March Marchetti be gan to make the fish look like snails Shirley Miles was already giving the school a taste of real poetry Chester Lyman and Franklin Ballou be came ardent lovers of the stage fThey just adored putting the lights off and on J Milton Rosenberg began to make the football fans yell louder than they thought they could On the News Staff some of the most prominent members were 3A s of our class Among those not mentioned thus far Alex Klavd Ivar Ohman John Stephens Elizabeth Ritchell, and Marie Wintercorn. Then too, your Majesty, what good would the social orchestra be without Ernie Drenthe and his saxaphone, Leonard Knox and his piano, and john Frigo with his sax. Other members of the class did too many things to mention them all right now. "I believe this is already a good record, but I'm not nearly finished. As seniors we took over al- most complete control of the school. John Rogge- veen, as vice-president, and Ruth Perry, as secre- tary-treasurer helped us to guide the class through a successful 4B semester. Again the girls fwe'll have to admit aided by all the other classesj came to the front this time with their "Bazaar." The things were so well made that they had all been sold by early evening. At the bazaar, dancing was the means of a happy ending. In the Letter Girls' Club, from our class, were Ruth Nelson, Roxie Marabain, Mildred Anderson, Margaret Sabo, Ver- na johnson, and Florence Green. We then treated the 4A s to a return party oh happy event' After the entertainment was held in the Thomas Craw ford Hill Auditorium everyone went to the girls gym where refreshments were served by the so cial committee including Evelyn johnson Cath erine Barmer and Florence Doolittle The faithful social orchestra then furnished the music to which we danced At the end of the semester we gave the 4A s their dance On Friday the 13th throw mg to the winds all fears of bad luck we held our prom The Jinx took pity on us and everyon had a wonderful time Some of the class took leading parts in Green Sfoclunigs Fred Asmus took over the control of the National Honor So ciety Lillian Malnassy and John Ely edi tors in chief began with the Courier staff to form our wonderful semi annual We in itiated the 4Bs to seniority 0 St Pat rick s day with all the trimmings entertain ment refreshments and dancing The glee clubs put over another successful entertainment It was really two shows in one The boys presented a mmstrel and the girls an operetta Jack Peacock conducted a successful Clean up Campaign Thus you see that our class has really made great progress just as Chicago has in the last one hun dred years Ah' The king is pleased Why he is even giv ing Paul a silver loving cup for the best class that graduated thus far Our work is completed Nm MM s 1 , ' ' ' ' s 1 ' - ' . . . . , ' Q . . , - 7 9 ' - . . 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" ""' "' ' " I - . in yzf:ff3'??2?"b??s-13 .42 illwaw Tue' 113 Flu' 'V awww W 2A AND 3A VUCATIONAL GRADUATES O1 1 ICERS 211 Nhss X1LPlI'Il1I1 116 Nlrs W erthenm Presndent Seeretary lnet Kulken Lharlottc H leer N11ss O Malley Presldent Secretary Treasurer Nxckolas Sellers Lou1s Benedxct Angelme Mathey Xixss Randall Presndent See retarv Marlon lalannery Valeru M1kUlS Presxdent Secretary Treasurer Iaek Myland Rose Adduen Stanley Norelkls 129 N11ss lV1cK1rd1e Presndent Secretary Treasurer Rollo Anderson Rose Vlarne Calderone ames W atkms 110 Nlnss Solomon Presldent Secretary Leah Bourret Stella Kroll 2A VOCATIUNAL CLASS The wheels of txme roll on and once agann the day of graduatnon approaches Thus year one hun dred and exghty students yyxll graduate from the two year commercnal course Thelr past tyyo years at Ienger have been years of progress and they ean rnghtfully ,om Chicago nn eelebratnng her Century of Progress The presxdent secretary and treasurer respee txyely of thus class are m 111 Imcholas Sellers Louls Benedlct and Angelme 'v1athey 113 'yiarxan Flannery Valerla Mxkms and Petronella Klexnblossom nn 116 jack Myland Rose Adducel and Stanley N0fClhlS ln 129 Rollo Anderson ROStI113flCL3ldCfOHC and James NVatk1ns 1n 130 Leah Bourret Stella Krall and hleanor lernald These ofhcers haye proyed eapable and yyorthy leaders Durxng theur tyyo years at Penger the mer' bers of thus class haye part1c1pated nn baseball yolleyball and basketball games They haye also taken an aetnye part m assemblies and other soexal affaxrs but at the same txme they have earrled on thelr school yyork faithfully While at Fenger they haye recenyed tralnmg nn such commercnal subleets as bookkeepnng comptometry typmg and hlmg After graduatnon some of these stu dents yynll seek posntnons ts clerks stenographers and seeretarnes yyhxle others may return to Fenger for an addxtlonal tyyo year course Because of the present fmancnal eondntlons many students realnze that xt IS dlthcult to obtaxn employ ment but they yynll try their utmost to secure any posmon They also know that they must mterest themselyes m thelr trade or profession m order to meet wxth success 'I u nly Sm ' I 'rf Q A e , f V5 ' , ' ' . , ' , 'u Q' , ' A 'L , 'Tn I . 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C.1'11i A 1' 1 1 . 1 It 1c 13' . 511 S111 ' 1 1' 11. 1. tic Cy mek is 11C bor 11 1 c. 1 .j'- 1 I 1. ' 11 .1L 1'-1gur, T111 -u 11 bf 11 ix 1 ' 11' ' 111. lx ' . x1c .1ws1c :kc Adu ' 1 Nc '.'1. 15' 1 41 X1. 1' .'X1.1 .wc 1111.11 1s S4 V ' ' A 1 11- u.1iu ' Q 1 1, N 1 '1"11,k"' j',p1". 11, 11 ' 1 'c.L V 'f111'1 K1 11 l Bertha Ircycr and Pctrcmc11.1 K1c111111uw1111 c.111 11,11'c to .xttcnd school. 1- .' -' - d 1- '11 -' ' . T11c"1.'c Thu 1 ' 'll' , '1c", '1 -x 1. 1'- lck- .- A ' ' 1 -. Y- .11 11 ' bc1'1' '. '. 1 1 1' . ' -A K' if t11.1 1 1'-11' . 1 1' 'll bc 11-' 11 " 1.1 A 1 - - 'A A ' 5 if - 1 A . if 0 A - v r 3 : nowadays. Her jolly face will very likely brighten some oihce or store now. Stella Krall can be depended upon to get you your Feuger News promptly and .you can rely upon W'anda Czack for the latest G. A. A. news. I bet they will miss those interesting activities. Margaret Mazor works industriously on her shorthand during her division period in hopes that she will be using it soon. Rose Orzechowski is very bashful, something she will probably get over after she graduates. Jack Ryland is said to have a lovely bass voice Here s hoping he can use it to advantage Gertrude Ores is treasurer of the F L G Club and the members all declare that they made a vvise selection when they chose her Ruth Hillblom and Gertrude Jacobsen, both quite tiny, are always to be seen going around school together Someone wants to know what makes Rollo Anderson so popular He was elected president of his room Gertrude Hujcak is also becoming quite popu lar It looks as though her classmates are begin ning to realize her worth, just as they are about to lose her Dirk Gombert seems to be a specialist in giv ing advice about the girls. He ought to become a specialist in more dependable and less change- able line. Have you noticed that great big smile upon Marian Hoekstra's face? Maybe she is beaming because she is able to leave school soon-or is there another reason? Minnie Loster's favorite moan is-"Oh, why haven't I got seventh period lunch?" Perhaps she doesn't get hungry early in the day as the rest of us do. John Lesnik and Eron Gustafson are continu ally trying to outdo one another A little com petition doesn t hurt anyone Ada Fabris vvould like to open a shorthand school some day because she enjoys teaching it very much Perhaps Gertrude Van Dam will be helping her, for Gertrude is also quite skillful in stenography We wish to congratulate Mary Ala Navalla Berger, Elizabeth Chikos, Charlotte Hager, Mary ann juhano, anet Kuiken, Ruth Peterson, Al don.: Sadulis, Stella Steff, and Betty Trizner, for successfully completing their three year course XVe also bid Godspeed to the entire two year graduating class They cannot be named 1nd1v1d ually here but we sincerely desire the best of every thing for each one of them VOCATIONAIL ROSTER R om Mary Ala h0X3llJ Berger Ih7abeth Chikas Charlotte Hager Maryann juliano lanet Kuiken Ruth Peterson Aldona Sadulis Stella Steff Betty Trizner Room 111 Walter Ameris Mae Ausherman lames Banko Louis Benedict Lucille Blattn r Helen Bubula Antoinette Biernat William Bush Martin Cimarolli Harry Lrovvther Mario Del Lotto Catherine De N ries Ted Paron Domenie Genisio lacob Gotfryd Robert Green Rov Gustafson Andrevv Hajik Ruth Hillblom Gertrude lacobsen Iohn jaroskv Catherine Rhmke Charles lvubmski Angeline Mathev "'Room I H1 C rutllmhv Stella Matusek Marv McClure, ldvv ard Mioduszevv ski William Ores Iuha Panko Charles Rutki Nieholas Sellers Louis Slater Paul Slowiak I-red Schmidt Everett Teach Edward Wojcik Room II3 Margaret Bukovitz julia Dobda Wmifred Dykstra Anna Ernest Helene Faron Marion Hannerv Bertha Ierever Mabel Harroun Domicella lankus Petronella Rleinblossom Josephine Kogut Adeline LISROSRI Anna Luksis Rose Mantua Pdith Marzari Nalena Miknis Mamie Milhouse C asmira Mvshnski Gertrude Ores Gazella Pavhehek Genevieve Pocieeha Helene Rusin Mildred Sav tor Bernice Stanex Anna Xeneltus Adele XLFIII1 Horenee Ye7ina Helen W agner Lorena XX ells Margaret White Lottie Vojtovucz Berniee V ortel Marie Zaremba Anna Zutantas Room 116 Rose Adducci Alex Alfano Helen Berger Adelaide Brava Marie Bransen Peter Candi Dorothv Carroll Lottie Cernek Olga Chehar Frieda Cioni Adaljisa l'abr1s Linda Frigo Dirk Gombert 'Nellie Ha7ekamp Marion Hoekvtra Gus Rorjenek Lottie Laneki Stanlev lepsis Minnie Luster Iva Man. laek Nlvland Stanlev 'Noreikis Rose Of1CLll0W ski Grate Ottens Anthonv Rasinskis Annie Sartori Claire Smith Helen Tar Martha Tomaslevvskl Violet Valenti Room 1 9 Rollo Anderson james Benford Melvin Boomgarden Bernard Bromstrop Rose Marie Calderone Edward Chrusuil Iohn Cizmarik Barbara Czyz Bruno Dapkus Anne Domark Archie Dunn Carl Erickson joseph Fabus Iohn Fedor Christine Galluccl Eron Gustafson john jacobek joseph Rartuska Marie Ko rhman Robert Langenburg Iohn Lastauskas Iohn Lesnik Adam R13l'klEWlLI Albine Meinatdi Iva Montville Ray mond Robertso Mildred Sehaak lrarl Schneider joseph Smith Sigmund Tokar7 Bernice Niekers Marv V. asik lames XX atkins ldvv ard XX hitestl Freda Zlibin Room 130 Catherine Achs Nl ilma Balogh Clara Bertoletti Pearl Booth Leah Bourret Gena Conterato W anda Czaeh Bernice Dannenhold Mary Dano Ella Doubek Margrette Dragt Christina Endebok Harriet Falejczyk Eleanor Fernald Evelyn Goermger Helen Gricus Wanda Hadella Gertrude Hujcak Dorothy Isy dorek Xalena uktonis Adele Karl Xlareella Karolewski Rose Kasza Ann Rlaclto Nirginia Klausner Stella Krall Marv Kulasak 'Nellie Kuzmanllt Enes Marese Ethel Markl Margaret Mazor Marie Ann O Bral Dorothy Perry Marv Scall Adeline Stanley Gertrude N an Dam Sophie Vvojeik u mtg Eigbl V ' r i i ' ' i , . . - , . . v ' ' . 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W . h I 1 -h 1-, . 1 i V 2 I i ' S ' 1 ' f ' " A ' '- ' .Q V . , , fxfj , 1 wx ww QNQQN vw Y- ,' Flud Horn George Barker Frances Xlartxn 4B PRAYER Gne us a good endurance Lord To cope mth cs ery test Gnc us a healthy bram oh Lord To gnc our lnfc true zest Gnc us a vsholesome mcad Good Lord To see the good and pure Gne us a SPIYII truly great Our battles to endure Gne us a sense of humor Lord To laugh at Lmfe s grnm jokes To gam some pleasure every day And pass It on to other folks Bs Gladvs Borgel 4 OUR 4B CLASS The 4B class consnstmg of tvso hundred fifty members elected as xts officers Floyd Horn presx dent George Barker vnce presxdent and Frances Martm secretary treasurer All three of the of ficers had taken actxve parts 1n thelr class 1n the past years Varlous members of the class hke their ofhcers are also promment ln the Natnonal Honor SOCICIY the Phorex football baseball and other athletncs clubs and varxous other organlza tnons One of the most promment of the 4Bs ns Mr Frederxck W Schacht who entered as prm cnpal the same tnme the majorxty of the class en tered as freshmen Both the prxncnpal and the teachers have been heard to contribute favorable remarks regardmg the class and nts officers The soclal affanrs of the 4B class are under the superusxon of the 4B Socnal Committee composed of Irances Martm chaxrman Estelle Vanderhn den INatal1e Hershovser Marnan Hales Gladys Borger Floyd Horn George Barker and Ambrose Tatar NV1th the asxstance of Wss Ehzabeth Campbell the commlttee carrled out ses eral sue cessful soclal exents the hnghhghts bexng that much enjoyed exent the Prom The commnttee ns to be complnmented for thexr act1v1t1es The 4B class IS occupyxng ses en rooms thls semester each room havmg a capable glrl IH charge to assxst ln the collectlon of dues Marle Cooper presides over Room 212 Gertrude Kneller col lects dues 1n Room 213 Rose Behr 15 m charge of Room 214 Margellan Gault collects dues 1n Room 215 Mildred Wall IS 1n charge of Room 216 Algenxa Cathcart presxdes oser Room 217 and Iranccs Martln 15 nn charge of Room 219 These assnstants and the secrctarx treasurer Irances Martln are domg thelr best to duplxcatc the example of the last 4B class and get all thexr dues collected and fully paxd m the shortest pos snblc t1me The class IS domg xts best to follovs nn the footsteps of their predecessors uphold thexr hxgh standards and emulate them m every fashion and IS succeeding In a credntable manner They haxe co operated wxth the 4A class m all actn mes and shovnn themselxes capable of assumlng the re sponsnbnlltles attendant vuth the graduating class Tbxrly 1' " ' 1 H V 1 9 s v' v V . 9 .V V . 9 9 9 ' 2 'V r 1 9 9 .Y .. 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QQ' .., ff- 7 CLIPIPINGS FROM THE IIENGER4 IBURG lClRlIlER Puouenzo lanuuo elaums that uuothung ssull stoa hum from beung lengers seeond All Qutv lneleheld man next yeur We hope he us 'xlore honor to hum und to the progress und sueeess of our team Another one of those shy gurls ss ho us noted for her blushung us Stella Nos ale XX ho lenosss but that she mu surpruse us all some day Nllny quuet gurls lnse luudden tulents Nlarue Beyel us one xx ho yuull get someys here un tluus world uf she eontunues to be as undustruous as she us un preparung her sehool us orls lt muy be sud of Cutherune Zuemba that her tongue hangs un the muddle and mags at both ends fluke that of ull other womenj but at least she us pleusant and optumustue un what she says blue may use thut tongue to good ady antage some day' land I don t mean luelsung postage stamps 'vlarguret olunson us a rusung young athlete and ull round gurl Ask any of luer fruends It has been querued, W hy us Helen Wuelgus al vu ays so eager to get to her sales Class?" Maybe she us eurnestly struuung to become a busuness su oman ln faet she mav be a member of the lresudents eabunet uf the present udea of havung vu oman eabunet members contunues to be popular lm the talk of the town, says Muchael Pas leueysuez Well 1 person vsull nes er get ahead un less he has some eonfudenee un humself I1 NHL Inlaune Fuehmann us 1 splendud seumstress She muy be desugnung our elothes un the future Ruth forest gurl of ull sports, us perhaps tryung to be 1 seeond Babe Duelrueleson Yole Cuanaunu thunlss ut would be dusastrous uf Kre,ges vsere to close Dont vue all' Where us ould yse shop7 Colue thus mystery uf you ean' XVhy us George Iuseher ealled Curandmaw' Isabel Shumleus pet hobby us vyorkung on the News Staff And she Certaunly makes a fine re porter and treasurer She mught be managung a new spaper of her oss n some day Besudes beung an outstandung athlete herself Anna Bensehop us ulso unterested un the boys busleetball games lt us predueteel of lorraune Boldue that she may' be a future Suluer Sleutes eluampuon She dudnt get sery mueh praetuee thus xsunter, though lela Buss muy be lseepunug the booles of 1 bug eu 'npans some day ut luer uuorle at present eun louetell luer ubuluty Hou all sau and lueurd Angelyn 'Nlorrue one of the eluurmung gurls un Green Stoeleungs The young lady us uust us ehurmung un her eluss room 7 furly 'I uu n ' ' ' X ' I u ' u I K x l l 1 ' , , .e, 1 1 A I ' D ' I 1 K . 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Q I - Ut' CLIPIPHNGS IROM THF IHENGLR IBLRG CRIIER Helen Sxxnerlxxs IS .1 Qrext xollex b111 plaxer O she xxould be 1t she ehel not 1lxx 1xs land on the foot 1m Iarson mlefht h1xe xxon honors 111 the Golden Gloxes hghts but h1s sparrmg partner brolee jun s nose Bob Doerr xx1ll probablx be 1 professor some el1x bee luse he hlees to tutor people Ruth TlXl0f shoulel L10 to bed mel get her sleep tt the I'lgl1I t1me mel then she xx ouldn t hlxe to ehoxx se 1xx xx 111 hex e ISSLS u1et, IIIFILIIXL IXITHI Sxx 1rd IS .1 smart stu dent md mlxbe one ILISOI1 IS beeluse sl1e llxes sehool We htxe 1 futu1e mtlor lLlQLlL blseball pllxer rn our l11lC.lSIl George Todhunter xxon :t eup for bemg the best sho1t stop 111 the Amer1e,1n LCgl0l'l Lelsgue Does oseph Pu7ell lm 1xe mx resemblance to the popular fad of pg' slxx puzzles? H15 fr1ends seem to tlllllk so 1nd Call h1m puzzle The Gotta KOPPI Poppt club, xxh1ch was or gamzed n anuarx, IS xerx proud of IYS VICC pres1dent, Ahee Xan Kooten Ernest Lambrechts nexx n1elen1me IS back seratcher He ought to be a mrsseus With h1s peeuhar talents There seems to be .1 large number of prom1s1ng boxers 1n the 1B Lllss Xerne Oxx en 15 another boxlng tournlments One of these 1m1teur r1d1o enthusmsts 1S Charles Dr1lle the l1xelx x1eepres1dent of the MJFCOHI Club ElTlllll I ulenele must be xerx br1ght Her fam1lx 1ll ezll her sur nx md exen her fr1ends reahze her x llue Xolaneh B11ncarell1 IS a xerx pleasmg and charmmg person to haxe for a frlend But there 19 1 xxarmne, bexx are of her exes Do you xx ant to run for xour l1fe9 just ask Florence Ctxelh 1f she hlees h1storx and then start gomg Chxe Luelx IS xerx stud1ous 111 h1s classes but h1s frnends hnd h1m QUIIL funnx 'also joe Kasper IS a SCUdl0US box xx ho IS always d1l1 gently domg h1s xx orlx Ralph Nhller IS gettmg 1n1t1ated 1nto the mys ter1es of te1ehe-rhood bx helpmg Nhss Shnne w1th her xx ork N1 IX be he xx ants to be a teteher hnmself some dly' If NX llllllll K1selexx sle1 s ha1r d1el not curl, the eenhng xx oulel flll from astomshment fDon t xxe xx1s1 xxe hlel h11rl1lxe th1t glr s' Room 319 IS xerx proud of Illell' ethC1ent, at tr1et1xe room presnelent Am NI1r1e Bos Stephxme 'xlnzgata IS 1 I'l1lI'1LlL xx orlxer ID tx pmg She em mllxe hxe I11lSlll'xLS Ill 1 iour letter xxord She should use her mnrteulous lblllflL9 to better 1elx mt lgk Yfurtx Iunr .1 X . I l X- 1, 1 1 'A xx '-x 'A ' A' K it ' 1' A ,Vx l r 4, K K t ., . Q I X 'L A I - 1 K . "1 . 1 'I L ' 'K , x x ' 'I i I- ' ' x . 13 .1 k A K 1 . . , Q , Q K , .,q A x ,L . , K. , K - VV, , vp , 'x I y. 1 1 3 1 Vx Q , QL . , I -. 4. A HL , ' " -. V - 1' ' ' . R . .. . 4 X V .. in x 2 1 V I - e 1 .l ' .' 1 ' .' ' . '- Y , - . .. , , -. 1 , ,, .. ,, - - 1' ' I x x 1 V 1 1 l . l . ' , Q v. 1, , ' He won in the Semi-finals in the Golden Gloves . . I . . , , I .'. I Q , s ' V," v'-,- s ' , ' . .L 4 '-" F' X ' Y l ' l l Y ll V! I ' ' Q ve E . 1 V Q 1' X x , ,L ,n 1 I y v . :sl . Y I. y 1' Y 1 lv ,, . . K, . 1 . V. Y - 4 1 Q v I ' 1 -'J Y Y I 1 L ' I ' vs -V ' vs v ' ' ' . 1 I ' Y' Y ' ' -- ' e Y . X LY 1 1 rt L I . -s' ' - 4 A K- ' s D ' rs . 9.1 ,, ' fl J 1 . . . ,k . ' l 'I I ' 'r 'h t s -K Q-1 -- ' A -. ' K 1 s 1 . 1 I F L 3 l ' . ' ' I . 'lk I Q V. 1 'I- CLIPPINGS IROM THE IENGLIG BLRG CRIIZR Anxbodx need an all round man Peter Ooms has been prox ed 1 good one That lrttle xx hlte headed box xxlth the grelt bn, smile IS George ohnson He IS 1 hne sxxlmmer and a xx onderful pal Do anx of xou belrexe rn Santa Claus Xlargl ret Sldock 15 said to be the onlx gurl at Feneer xxho contmues to do so Surelx some others do Imaenne poor Santa Claus' XX hat xull he be able to do ID xears to eome lf nobodx bellex es IH hum Hlxe xou notneed Anna Rxdelluss earrmes She seems to haxe a craze for them ID all sizes and kmds Pxelxn Nlartxnson rs axoldnne all thmes mzseu lrne noxx adaxs lt looks as though she hld turnel manhlter Stephen Hrabmskr xx ent out for the eross countrx team last fall Igxldently he thought he xxould need the practlce because he hls been run nmte, exer slnee erther from girls or felloxxs he ovx es money to Aha MOFYIS Seploxx now has somethlng b srdes hrs brxlluant scholarshnp He just awakened to the beauty of lrfe and the Hrst person he saxs after the avx akenmg xxas Margaret Srdock He has been Sffllllflg ex er snnce Lors Berzmskx eertamlx lrkes hamburgers She consumes them sw at .1 tnme Maybe she IS prle USIHQ., for the Parr th1s summer Do you lxke to be called pal? just eall 'Vhry Sasnovx skr Happy and xrxe can t understmd vxhy she vxrll ansxxer 'Vly pal lola Qlssellr may go to Paris some dly to excer crse the lreneh xxhrch she speaks so fluently Or perhlps she xxnll stlx at home and teleh others to speak lt Xrxxan Cookes nexx nnckname IS xery appro prlate It as Cooklets I wonder rf she can lrxe up to nt Ummmmmmmm Imd out some trme Efhe Cnlls hls personalntx plus If you doubt that eount her frrends Thrs qualrty ought to come ln handy vxhen tryxnf., to sell thrngs Cora Aderkxrk s famlly had an mcrease recent ly But they couldnt bear xt so they kept one krtten and drowned the rest Hls frlends all knoxx hrm as 1 quiet llkelble person well up ln hrs scholxrshlp NX ho IS 1t3 Alex Spokes ofcourse Ernestme Parker rs neat quret xxrde axx ake and has freckles a tx prcal Fenger grrl Vsfesley Nlorrls xxho played footbxll xxrth the reserxes last frll hls gone out for blseball thus semester and vxrll probably make good You cannot mrss Nlarthl Lees and Ohxe Rob b1ns for you meet them commg and gomg Thex are unax oldable and alxx ays together X errlx Robert Bergstrom rs a Rock of Grbral tar He cannot be dxsturbed eyen xxrth a Sledge h zmmer Tbxrlj Fu: g Q :Wq IIN , 53 -war s ,AK- .l R- QKX ein? 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H l' 'A 1 1 - - lwr Il1.1t lltll' 1 'I11,"Tl1C" '.s .1 llltlt' yirl.-N lillltfl Dt' Young is tl1.1l Cll.lI'l11lI1g su'1"t.11'x' of tllxnslt 3113, ,,1 1 IB FRESHMAN AMBITIONS Many semors noys vush that they could recall thenr ambnttons as freshmen, to see mf they haye attamed thexr desires The freshmen four years from nosy can look back at thus hst to see lf they haye attamed thenr goal HI ITICIN Sam Inothnan Warren Falkntr Norman Lane W alter W heeler BASIBAII john Anagnost W alter Anderson Thomas Balas Albert Boskey Menelass Duttcob john Enochlan Joseph Gronskxs Bruno Ixublckx Andy Lakas Bonxface Lopel Robert McGagh1e ohn Noryamns Wllham Roberts Henry Spytltovxskx Frank Tlnxsh Lucretxa Toscano B1SIxI:TB1lI Flmer Anderson ohn Krue Leo I.JI7lCk Le-slut Sprsalt Robert Strybxs oe Snlagye Rxthard Wyn g,ardtn I I C Rtnneth Woo SILDI XTS COL NC II Robert Goodrnch Henry Hen bath Barbara Mattko Ruth Smtdmen Arlene Wllson C OURIIR Mtlun Brandsma Nancy Hess Ilra Phellps Clare Raatjts C .ttherme Warner ohn Watrous Tony Yasulaltls IIOMI: ICONOMICS Helen Taspen Amma Water ICJOTBAIL Al Boynton Rudolph Mucha Stanley Par zych Gordon Peterson Leo Schreno Stanley Rnchhk C1 4A IITTIR Mabel Baldassarn Bladys Bonema Gene vleve Button Anna Chekar Marlon Frlckson can Iyans Jeanette Feltky Arlene Gustarson oytt Haag Nancy Hen Mary Huber Mrrxam acobson Lnllxan ensen Rose Kanya Lester Kaslctyn Irene Kxal Edna King Adehne Kmgma George La Buda Frances Magnuson Mxlhe Mats soslch Irent Mekas Cecelxa Owak Marxne Phrllrps Edna Phxlpott ulla Prokop Clare Raatyes Irene Rout Anna Slkela Xnuan Skoglund Ruth Smedman Mary Steege Arlene W nlson eanne Woodward FINGER NEWS Adehne Klngma Rose Kenyar Mnlllc Matysouch ulxa Prokop Samuel Schullo C LASS OFFICERS Semta Cayanaugh Warren Johnson kloysxus juserltch john Machugh Arthur McConnach1e Ernest Woodman ORC IIISTRA Beryl Bakkers Anna Chehar George Dahm Robert Garrtll Robert Cavutll Roy Heath Allan lxnudstn Martm Napoln ldward Sternberg Harry Stontfelt Robert Swanson oe Snlagye Edward Walsh Leo Wolfanskl PIICJRIX Jane Dalenberg Sam Gadlen Edward Ged good Astrnd ordahl Muriel Ixoopman SPAINISII CIUB Helene Zv. art 'NATIOXAI HONOR SOC II I I Irantes Beasley Gladys Fllen Cunmngham jean Dnggle Marlon Erickson Vwll Falk Nancy Hess Joyce Haag LaVernc ohnson Lxllnan Kluses Ruth Lebovxtz Clarabel Lundgren Evelyn Maas Elsle IN1ckel Eleanor Rossx Anna Sekella Mary Steczo Wlmfred Watt YVRESTIIING Rudy MoHIer Menelass Drxtlcas SWIMMING Attnho Bosco Ralph Curtxs Frank Kmdus ohn Norsamrs TENNIS Martm Pedersen TRACK Bob Swanson Robert 'Nowak Eddy Sadowsky FRESHMIEN WHO HAVE NOT YET ACCQTUIIRIED AMBITIIONS Arthur Ad7owskt Olga Almasy Wnllard Amelmg Walter Anderson Frances Angelos Clarence Bardo Henry Barlog Harmony Ball Geraldm Bannert john Barczak Anna Barlsewlcz Frederick Beck Ednth Bcrglund ohn Bnllmgslea Wfalter Bosak Bernnce Budrns Lyman Burllnbame Louts Carado Myrtle Lhamplam Herbert Cochran Herbert Dalenberg Luctlle Dayldenas Ruth Delfer Fdna Deylxn Thomas Deylm W xllnam Irmoxan Ian renee Fvers Ray mond Flsher Bob Flske Carl Frxsehkorn Forfy One Harold Gentsnn Steve Goleckx Iohn Gora Arthur Gouther lean Greeburn Ioseph Gronskns Irving, Hagemexster Regtnald Hamtltman Iohn Hanson Caslmnr Haryard Amy Hooy Ioe jarosky Delphnne johnson Lxlllan ohnson W alter Iohnson Ahce Kabat loseph Kazvsaro Adeltne Kletgma Peter Ixlxmke Dorothy Koehen W llham Ixoesns W alttr Laskos Donald Lerth Frank Lmkus Farl Larence Iohn Mathnyk Frames Magnusson Iohn Masthmtytr Marlon MeC1oSN.1n 'Xdam Meter Theodore Mrensco Andy Nagy Ray Nelson Russell Nelson Stanley Oberman Rose Olesky Anna Olesky Patrlek Paleu Anna Par1go7uk Wfnlham Paul ohn Pauhk julia Pearnson Helen Pnetrowska Mary Polka Edward Pnyborovuskn Sophle Ranlla Mandely Reed Carla. Ron7ant Eduard Sadowsky ohn Sadunas john Sandusky La Serne Sampson Fred Sasso Leo Sehener Carl Schmxdt Matthew Slemckn Raymond Stuk Fdvtard Sklba Wxlllam Sknrnlck Raymond Sobol Vlfglhli Sockls Thaddeus Sara jack Stanley Ahce Statkus Harry Stomfclt Elsne Stromberg Robert Stnbts Olga Slekely loc Sznlaty Deaner S7ueh Charles Thompson Helen Tobxasy Frank Tockes Ruth Mae Ton Louis Toppxng Dorothy Toth Iohn Toth Samuel Tuptca Iohn Urbamak Louns Urbanlak Stanlev W asnk Ruth W atrous Donald W llderspm Marshall Wxlderspxn Lorrame W xllnams N nctorm Wlodarskt W llham W yre Fdvyard Zavtada Bruno Znlewrcz Fdvtard ZIICWILI Helene Zu art r . v V. . . . - Y v . . . 7 V ' .. ,, - ,.'. ' y h It , ., v . . ,, V I - - A - V7 y V I - - , j, , , , .. I 5 : . V . a A V v .' 1 r .' I v .I v ' U . . , v . . ,,. . AV - V I V , ,V . , . Y .V . . , . ' ' 4 ' , , . I V 7 . . V , - , . A . 1' , A s A ' A'- -' - ff I s I V - V " . ' - '- ,' s I - .' V ' ' , .. , , , 1, z j V V y . ' , . Q ,. 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'c . 1' . . t1's1.'- ' V " . 1 1 L 1 , 'i 1- Q n 41? eff?- ohn Charles ack james Georiih Roggeveen lxassav Peacock Roggeveen Bohn THE STUDENT COUNCIL One of the organwatnons that makes the school what lt rs and that attempts to better and beau tnfy the pupnls envnronment ns the Students Council It 1s the governing body of Ienger The puplls themselves take part 1n the government and suggest wavs and means to rmprove the gen eral cond1t1ons of Fenger The responsnblhty for domg the work of the Students Councxl falls on each member as well as on the cabmet That each member of the Councxl has done h1s best to serve Fenger IS manifested by the efforts they have put forth Teachers have reported that the act1v1t1es of the room presldents have ln some measure reduced tardmess and have secured the co operatnon of the students 1n worthy causes The presldents have also taken charge of money collected for special funds Some of these repre sentatlves have also taken charge of rooms m teachers absenees Mr Schacht fmds that the be havlor of students nn assemblies and rn the lunch room rs mueh better smce matters of conduct were brought up at the Councnl meetmgs, and the necessnty for nmprovement was stressed The Chlef of Pohee, Ch1rles K1ss1v sald that, ln most m stanees the students eo operlted wlth the hall Z -X ei hlavd Irene Radon skl guards and dnd not abuse hall privileges The stu dents were found to be better Informed on all mltters coneermng the school and themselves, and were, therefore, more w1lllng to co operate wrth the Councll ln the1r actxvxtles L0lICI'lI1g ln the halls was frustrated by hallguards and heutenants Samtarv commnssxoner heutenants took care to keep halls and drmkmg fountalns free from rub bush Through the dnhgence of the Park Com mnssxoner, George Bohn, and hrs assoelates, ef forts were made to keep the grounds surroundmg Fenger 1n good cond1t1on The Athletic Commxs snoner, Alex Klavd asslsted xn strrrmg up the 1n terest of the students, and as a result many of them attended games Jack Peacock, Samtary Commnssnoner, conducted an extensive Clean Up Campaign The Room Presndents ehose John Rog geveen from the1r number as Chairman He IS to be congratulated upon hls fine work 1n conducting the Councxl meetmgs All these actxvntles were furthered through the advlee and assrstmce of Mr ohn Kehoe, faeultv ldvlser The Students Coun ell did nts best to help the sehool and the students nn everv way 4- IH Forty I-'we ' 1, new-I-1. 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Theresa Heemstra Exrbangc Eililor Miss Mildred Taylor Adviser THIE DRAMA CLUB XX hx does one studx Drama' There are manx reasons Some plunge mto drama, purely because of the glamour It holds for them, others do so probably because thelr eharaeter responds xxell to stage condltlons, xxhlle the rest follow dramatle actn tles merely because xt IS noxel, and almost any thmg nexx appells to the ax erage person Hoxx exer, those xx ho follow thus particular studx do not reahze the xalue nt has for them There are many mdnrect results, such as, the acqunsltnon of eorreet dxetlon, polse, and cultural mannernsms all of xx hnch are lmportant ln exeryday lufe Sexeral years ago the Drama Club xxas con eelxed by a group of students who wrshed to knoxx more about the art of actmg, stage me ehames, and the presentatnon of mterestmg plaxs At first thls new born club met onee a week, but growmg mterest led rt to hold three meetmgs eaeh xxeek Fmally the club met exerx day m 249 where the members gaxe lots of tame to the studx of actmg Mnss Loxs Conner and Mrs Ella Burk hardt, co sponsors of the club hope that at some future date the drama class wnll be so developed that El semester credit wlll be glwen to all mem bers successfully partrcnpatxng m nts actxvltxes The ofhcers of the club for thus semester are Joyce Verhoven, presldent, Luther Fxaatz, uce presn - - dent, Juel Yonkers, seeretarx, and Charlotte Bod nar, treasurer All of these students haxe been promment m Drama Club aHa1rs Other members are Al Altenberg, Al Baja runas, LaXerne DCXFILS, Cornelnus Elzmga, I uther Ifraat7, Lucllle Iltzgerald Nlargellan Gault, Irances Herhhx Gretchen Hoxs ard Adele Karl, Peter Klaxls, Exelxn Klmger, Amx Nelson, Nma Poltatnloff Angelxn Rago, Alnce Sartorx, Herbert Snlngman Nlarx ane Smnth, X emta Thexneh Stella Zxx alck, Rlx mond Xezma Due to xarnous enreumstanees the elass ns not fully actne thus semester, but short plays skrts and poems ln relation to drama hlxe been prac tneed A short entertamment xx as glxen on March I4 m the small audltorxum by members of the club, vxhlch proved xery mterestlng On April 21 a clever clean up play xxas presented by the group under Mrs Burkhart, m VxlllCl'l Phxllls Lukls Parker Rosenberg, and joy ee Verhox en starred As the Coumr xxent to press rt was not yet declded whether the Drama group would take part 1n the amateur plax contest m xxhleh sex eral hugh schools compete The Drama Club IS always ready to help at any entertamment or at assemblnes Its members are plannmg to hold exhnblts at the Cen turv of Progress, where the hnstorv of Drama wlll be shoxxn ln detall l l L 10111 Ilqbl - , vf , , , Y . , , ,, ,. , x 1- ' ' V 3" ' 1 . 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' f ,J-E THE PUBLIC SPEAKING CLASS Haye you eyen been to an nmportant meetmg or lecture and hstened to a speaker yy ho eon yerses yynth the first hye royys of hxs auduence an completely lgnores the remamder of lt' D you struggle to pay strnct attentlon to yy hat he IS sa mg or do you turn to your nelghbor and dxs cuss somethnng else' 0f course you don t snt stu because no one can be tnterested m somethmg he doesnt hear or only hears part of Haye you eyer seen a speaker yyho lashes hxs arms yylldly about PFIDCIHQ up and doyyn the speakers plat form? fSuch actnon on the part of the speaker shoyys that he IS neryous and mcapable of con trolhng hmmself If you haye, you yylll reah7e oyy neryous one gets ymtchmg such a perform ance and trymg to hear the speech IS an asset to be able to talk and to hxye your spoken thoughts xmmedntely grasped by the hsteners If a part of 1 speech xsnt elear, the audnenee loses the entrre trend of thought because readmg a book People talk thousands of tunes oftener than they yyrnte, yet hoyy carefully they form letters, construct sentences and spell but hoyy carelessly they speak It IS the person yyho speaks dnstmctly and ln a conylncmg manner that makes headway The boy yyho nmpresses his em ployer by tellmg easlly of some of hxs yxrtues such as, yy rappmg fifty parcels ln three mm utes wlll recexve a posntlon far sooner than the lad yyho stands awed and speechless Salesmen, pohtmcxans, dlplomats, mnnlsters, teachers, layyyers, radno announcers, and dozens of other men de pend solely on thelr speaknng ab1l1ty for a hymg Eyery one of you has h1s fay orlte among rmdxo an nouneers slmply because hls manner of speakmg IS more pleasmg to you Wouldn t If be yy orth your whnle to tram yourself to be able to speak satns factor1lv7 Fenger has a class gnymg just thus ty pe of tram mg, and ey eryone of you should take ady antage of it The Pubhc Speakmg Class under the dnrec tnon of Vlrs Eleanore Castle IS the one referred to Elther a full credlt or a half credxt may be earned depending upon the number of days one attends class If you thmk because your yoxce IS harsh or nasal, or you stumble and hesitate that you shouldnt jom thus class, you are mastaken Those are a feyy of the fallnngs Nlrs Castle helps you to oy ereome The class thus semester vyas alloyyed to go on an adynsable one, and It yyas hoped that the work m splte of xts small snze because the course was done th1s term would mduce other students next semester to take pubhc speakmg 'yfiost Fengerltes are under the 1mpress1on that they yy ould haye to learn long, pompous speeches, and memorlze sen tnmental poetry Thls xmpresslon does publlc speakmg elasses an myustxee lNo one IS forced to memorwe more than ms neeessary to create amount of speech Wfltlllg be done The mstruc t1on on theme wrxtmg IS ln xtself yery valuable T e art of maknng a speech unto an effectnye de bate 15 taught Students expecting to go to col ege yy ould find this course extremely helpful Col ege courses requnre students to volunteer for recntatnons as professors do not call on each stu dent as do hxgh school teachers You must speak for yourself ohn Any day durnng the sxxth hour you may have heard such statements as these xssulng from the small auditorium Rxley, control your diaphragm, or Irymg, don t belloyy so, or Roslyn, control your breath and project your vo1ce farther After about sux Weeks tramnng, two members of thxs class, Char lotte Bodnar and Richard Merak spoke over the radio and others gave Clean Up Campaxgn speeches The course IS a fascmatmg one and well yyorth any one s tlme and energy Fifty I, - , ' ' j 0 1, 1 - - ' 1, I 'V ' v y- ' 1, ' T ' ' A . 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'Fi IEINGER CHAPTER ND f NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SECON D SEMESTER 4As Dorothx -Xrxn Fred Asmus Iosephnne Calx 'mo cnmc Currer Doroths DeX nes john Els lols Fxxmg Angclnne I aoro Irvxm Enelclhousc I xclxn Iohnson C harlcs Kassu Damtla Kxeradlo Lottxe Leegxx ater Lxllnan Malnassy Shirley Mllcs Margaret Nelson Ruth lXelson Jack Peacock Doroths Pedersen Ruth Perry Paul Peterson Ethel Regulw Claudna Renhult Iohn Renstrom Iohn Roggeween Helen Sh1ffman Iohn Stephens Robert Tharp 19971933 Bermcc N on Horn Allen XX alters Nlarle XX mtcrcorn Dragutm Zuzulx 4B s Gordon Boak 'wlarjorne Brand Robert Burlxhardt Hllda Damlch Ruth Feldman ohn Ingo Xhrgcllan C 1ult me Harper Ruth Iohnson Stephen P1raHn1u Rmaldo Scnacero Amta Trcmblaw Theresa X ander Ploeg Margaret X arxu Nhrx XX almslex Nlars Zvuttmg 3A s Yole Cl1n1lnl Harrs Flora Louls Nlalnassx Wfnlham Pnskach Florence Skold Helen Shu Norma Thorsen Flfig One il . 'S' ff-N . X. null gf S-,,-. V" -251-1 n 3J,l' yi P v' - 2 EQ? K X ,,V 5 v ' I Y E- gk!! 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K f Ely x A ,V L 1 V 1 A QC MR SCHACHT S SIECRIETARIIES Mr Schacht s secretarnes are Betty Vanden Burg Don Sutchffe and a group of people who can usually be seen about the budding look mg up teachers and dehyermg messages to yarx ous rooms In the ofhce they answer the telephone and make themsely es generally us ful Betty s and Don s dutles are the ty ptng of Mr Schacht s cor respondence When the enrollment of the school Increased from 2 500 to 3 500 the dutnes of the ofhce clerks beeame so numerous that they could not attend to all of them Naturally sald Mr Schacht I had to rely on student assxstants to do my work and help wxth the ofhce routme I haye always been pleased mth the good sense and descretlon they haye shown Thnngs that haye passed nn the ofhce haye neyer been made pubhe property I also thmk they are reeenymy, a yery practlcal tramnng SIECRIETARIAIL TRAINING CILASS The secretarlal trammg elass has a membershlp of forty th1rty sm glrls and four boys Much of the stenographne and clerleal work of the sehool ns handled by thls group Two pupxls are responsx ble for the absentee lust dally two others take eare of the bulletm one ns permanent stenographer to the Inglneer two serye Nlr Sehaeht IH the same STTUDIENT Iye just been to see Nllss Ttta B Iluke and Nlrs Irma I Llark The llbrary has ehaneed a ereat deal snnee we attended eltsses here Thus remark plssed between two gxrls stmdlm, lplrt Ill the hall They looked older than lllgll sehool students more llke post graduates The student lzbrarlans must do all the work of eollectmg study hall shps cheeklm, attendanee and shelymg the books And the students are no capaenty some are Mr Hopkms helpers exght help In the ofhce and two are typnsts for the News Throughout the day the rest of the elass handles the eorrespondenee mnmeographmg, md typmg of the yarxous aetnmes that are earrned on durnny, the sehool year 'vinss NIeCutcheons efhenent su perynsnon ns the dnreetmy, force that gundes the plow m thus exeellent serylee to the sehool ILIUBRARIANS longer able to take books from the Inbrary XX ell you dnd fmd out a 3.,reat mxny thmgs I used my eyes to some extent too I looked at the lust of assnstants Here Ill read you the lust Ruth Ierry Llmee Taylox Inlhan N'IllI1l9SX Ired As mus Tdw ard Sehreek Mary Ban Amtl Tremblay Iaullne Smith Ella Chrlstensen Elsne An3,el Alex Klayd Ruta Boyle Marcella Becker and Lols Ewlng l1f1I7 1 V ,L . 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I I I 1, I - I '-I -V I- - A IV I IV V 'V I I I K -- I - I , I - I , . . V . . . I I I I ' V V ' ,..' ,V , . I, V ' V V VI ' , , I K I I , I 4 I V V I -I I V V. I ' - ur BOYS GILEE CLLB Probably many people wonder why glee clubs have their place on the high school curriculum. They contend that such organizations are not worth while. servint only to increase the cost of secondary education. N t so many y'.1rs . there were no glee clubs found in high schools: however. when they became .1 regular high school activity. t ere were certain definite reasons found for their introduction. Some of th-se ar- t e A- velopment of group consciousness and coopera- tion. early vocal training. .1 broad musical educa- tion. and an outlet for individual talent. One of the major accomplishments of the lenger Boys' Gle' Q u was the Xlinstr'l Swv, presentec on Apri -U under the direction of llr, C . Herbert Knig t. Rodger Bragg Carl Alberts. Herbert Go-big. and Fiorenio Ifanizzo were soloists. Presiding over this organization is liiorenyo Ifanizzo. assiste 5' Harry I' ora. secretary-tre.1surer. THI-l GIRLS GLEIQ CLLB One of the outstanding chlracteristics of tl1e composed of one hundred and twenty'-five mem- bers, the largest musical organization in the his- tory of lfenger. This increase from .1 group of rty 1 .lj i e arje I' to the effor s ci- . 'ss Nlary C . l.usson, .1 most enthusiastic lea -r and directior. S' ce the Girls nee ,ub is 4 very cemocratic organization, it 1.1 every INCID- musical sketch. presented on April 20. The action too' place in the shop of .1 modiste. A Swedish maid .1nd two lfrench maids were principals with choruses of models as background. Utiicers this semester .1re Xerna Lohnson president: live X1 kohnson, vice-president: and Xlarcelld Becker. se'- retary-treasurer. Fifli Tbrce K7 R R l b c l i l l o e 1 o , I h K Y K QY. k K h d b K L h dk I V l l d Girls' Glee Club this semester is its sizeg it is bff I-lliifly PHY! in Thr' Xlffy SIVIIPIW. 3 ORC-JCI lt fo 1 sur go is du l s., lx t 1 1 I I I Xl: 1 dt I k in ' G1 Cl 1 BOT -X good H11llI.1I'X band stxrs up .1 teellng of prxde 1I'l th heart of exert patrlotue e1t17en and our R 0 T C band IS no exeeptxon Agam and agann thu hate shown thelr XKllll11QI'1LSS to be or serx 1ee on Xrmlstlee Dax xlLlT1OI'lll Dlx and on other sueh patr1ot1e OLLISIOIIS whether lI1 raln or shmt Thus XXlll11'1Ql'lLSS to be ot seruee has been greatls appreelated bx the people of thrs LOIHUIUDIIY, and IS 1 result the R OTC 15 rlted hxghlx bx them A gre II part of .1 1111111 lrx band s etleetlxeness de pends on the manner III xxhneh lf marehes To gain lrldlx to drlllmsg Thus tlme spent IH drllllng has BAND had the gr.1t1fx1ng result ot great lmprosement ID then' m1l1tars appearanee Hovsexer, Captam Burnham has espeerallx eoneentrzted on the band s plaxmg Durmg therr tree penods and atter sehool Captain Burnham has gnen mans mem bers ot the band opportumtx tor reeenmg extra lessons and praetxce Iraetlee IS the leex to be eommg .1 good musxeman, and mueh praetxce must b done 1n order to beeome prohelent The R O T C band l'llS hld during thus semester some xerx lble olheers m Ctptnn Robert Tharp, lst Ileutenant Robert Otto, the drum major, 'nd ten mt Htrrx Ilora CONCERT BAND N letorx' The musne 11 lbnlntnes of our band vsas reeogmzed on Aprll 4 when nt was ass .lrded sec ond honors 1n the annual South Sectlon band compeutxon The folloxung pxeees were plued by the band for thus contest The RIEHZI Ox er ture by Wagner, The Blaels Man bw ohn Phlllp Sousa, and The Red Man also bx Sousa The judges declslons xx ere based on harmom, and the manner m uhxeh the seleetlons were rendered Fenger s posntlon m thxs eontest entntled her band to eompete vuth the xunners of other seet1on.1l contests ln the crtx ehampnonshrp flnals xxhneh had been held on the night of Aprll 13 1993 At the trme of thus xx rltmg the blnd was des otlng mueh extra tnme to praet1ee for thls exent ln vhlch the blnd hopes to attarn as good .1 posntlon ln the hnlls 19 nt dnd ln the seetlonal eontest The prog ress thlt our band has made has been mannly due to the mstructxons reeexxed from Capt VV11 lllm Burnham, the bandmaster Houexer, the band vull lose through gradua txon IH the Class of une, 1933 the follovung members Robert Tharp, trumpet, Sam Xander xxoude, Charles and Ros Rlnehart, basses, Dor othx Roberts and Florence Really prccoles, Robert Otto Robert Daus, and Pansle Shavx, clanrmets, and Ras Sm1th, barltone sax These students have done xxell 1n the band and may thexr tramxng 1n lt lead them to hlgh musleal positions F1113 Four . . T . C. A tv ' ' , I. ' 1 '11 ' A 1 K ' K 1 ' K 1 ' - ' ' C x ,Aw , ' '. -"' E 1 ft' 1. -1. 1111 , ' . . - , , ,J 1 . -, 1 1 ' Q ' ' ' x'Yxx . L k . 1 1, 1 . . ' N ' I' 'V' " , -' ,G 3 1 Y.. - 1- 1 1' 1 ' ' T 'Y ' C K1 ' 1 1- 1 A -'1 ' 11115 CHCCY. 75110 R-U-T'C- band devoted CVCFY Lieutenant Samuel Vanderwoude, and Znd Lieu- K 1 1 ' 1 1, 1 1 - 4. I ' I D It ' h D 1 ' ' 1' ' 11 1 1 , 11 i 1 L X ' ls ' - 1 IL 7 7' x 1' x A i Y L, Y J .1 -' ' . ' ' " 1 1 ,. "T 1' , li V Y X - I , . l - vx 1 1 v , , . 1 . . 1 - , ' 1 '- 1 1 1- ' 11 A , K 1 1 1 1' y ' . . . . 4 7 . THE BEGINNING ORCHESTRA The beginning orchestra directed by Nlr Zlat nik has thirteen members This orchestra is com posed of beginners in orchestra work At the end of the semester if they hate shovsn enough progress to merit a promotion thex will be ad xanced to the senior school orchestra As set thex are not working on am special piece of music but Nlr Zlatnik is taking each person mdisidualls to teach him or her the fundamentals As most of the members are uolimsts in this group he is gn ing his time chiefly to them to brmg out their fine points Tovs ards the latter part of the semes ter Mr Zlatnik hopes that the beginners will be able to function as an orchestra rather than as separate mdiuduals and is working with this pro ject in mind To join this group no knoxx ledge of music is needed but a will to learn and to work is the main factor The siolinists of the orchestra are Doroths Railla Niargucrite ohnson Zuma Roxiaro Nfars Gromak Irances Nlmkalns Lucille Lofrano Edu ard ZS ch and Alun Winkler Anne Pickard and Edwin Forrest are the mclaphonists and Hazel Ginto the pianist George Nlooth with the clarinet and jean Rumbold with the cello complete this group In Nlr Zlatniks opinion Doroths Railla is the most outstanding musician of tht beginners and shows the most promise al though the others are also progressing rapidly ADVANCED ORCHESTRA In 1914 a group of boys met with Mr Thomas C Hill and asked to have an orchestra organized at Fenger This orchestra soon formed consisting a drum and was directed by Vfr Hill himself Since then it has grown to forty two members and has had the following directors Miss Marga ret Blood Vliss Ellen O Malley Vlnss Alice Eddy Vlr Theodore Martin Mr Burnham Mr George Knight Mr Neil Trimble and Hnally IIS present leader Mr Harold E Zlatnik who took charge early this semester During the last few semesters it has had so many new directors that it is hard on the orchestra because they haxe to adapt them selves to different methods of teaching and they don t have a consistent style of playing The members of this semesters orchestra are 1 ohn Frigo Louis Alfano Hattie Budginas Ber nice Chippas Guido Ceragioli Jennie Currer Hilda Damick Evora Edgecomb Steve Ewenis zyn Elsie Iarr Joseph Faykuce Clifford Hock berg Lila Kendall Daniella Kieraldo Adolph Ma tells oscph Modala Elmar Pnszar Geneueve Po cius Dorthca Rosekans Constantine Sabador Dag mar Sw anson joseph Tocik Robert Van Rite and Hillert Vitt violins Clarinet players are Peter Broehl Lila Chevalier Harry Flora and Earl Wendt Ernest De Witt and Betty Lowerey play oboes Norma Frazer and Nellie Wilson pianos John Lazuka and Robert Tharp trumpets Doro thy Roberts and Ruth Bakkers flutes Marie Chev alier bassoon Ruth Fieldhouse cello Jack Oh mans French horn Robert White trombone and George Nfloorhaus dlums Joanne Opland is the secretarx Fxfly Fw! , , t ', L . - , Y , , , , - , , . Y 1, , - , 'V , A , J , . 1 1, u. . . , A . I, , . A, , Y ' V I . . v v -. i , 7 ' 1 ' ' . . . . 7 . , . . . , . . 1 . r . , Y ' 7 9 Y' V . J . . . . - ' 5 7 1 . i ' ' 1 1 1 . . 2 Q. , , , , - of a cornet, a clarinet, a piano, two violins, and f . 4 ' - . ' ' , v ' A . ' ' s ' I, 1 V N' 1 ' t I I ' ' - ' , - 1 .I ' 1 A s Y ' - , . . ' - V' ' , , ' - 1 1 3 . , . . , , . , , , , , , . . . . . V , ' 7 ' - A . , . , . - - . . Q . 7 3 Y 9 ' 1 ' J ' ' i 1 . ' 7' ' ' ' . . . 1 y 1 u V n 1 . 4 4 , Y - ' -1 Q ' V - s i 1 3 ' ' 1 i 1 g ' V ' ' . . ' . . , . . , Y , V -, ,, ,1 , . 5 ax ,A ' , 7 Q 5 .4 ' 5 V ' 1 is a T is si' fr - l ' lf. . 5 A SOCIAL ORCHESTRA Do xou uuke modern musue XX ell uf xou don t you xxould change xour nunel after hearung the lnenger Qoeual Orchestra The Soeual Orchestra us composed of Penger boys xxho dexote a consuder able amount of tume for the amusement of the dancung students at Fenger The boxs un the or chestra are Louus Alfano and John Chuek Frugo these txxo boxs play the bus and xuolun Leonard Len Knox us the box who tucl les the ux orues xxuth such dexterutx then there us Charles Bud Xkhelen xxho plaxs a trumpet and 'next Herb Selugm un Lrnue Drenthe and Htl Pereh xx ho toot the sux tenor sux ml thurd sax respeetuxelx Stexe Keru another one xx ho pushes a boxy aeross the strungs Herbue Kahn the boy who drums the drums, joe Warput an accorduan plaxer of no ull repute and last but not least George Red Nloorhous the fauthful leader Due to grad uatuon Louus Alfano and Red 'xloorhaus xxull not be xxuth the orchestra next semester but uf noth ung prexents xxe xxull haxe a xxorthy leader un Chuck Frugo I-Ie us as Muss Campbell expresses good maternal The Socual Orchestra meets and practuces on Thursdays and on Trudays ut dexotes the eughth und nunth peruods at the Soeuals reecuxung the upprecuautuon of ex eryone present SOCIAL HOUR Nffargy QSophomorej Say ane xx hx oes exerxone look so happy? The gurls are prumpung up and exen the boys haxe combed theur haur and straughtened theur tues' ane lSenuor I suppose they re goung to so cual Muss Campbell unsusts that the boys vxear tues and the gurls almost alxx axs look neat and pretty Shall xxe go? Margx Oh' Let s go' I hear the musue start mg and Im just un the mood for daneung QIn the gurls gym xx here the Socuals are held Niargy and lane are both claumed by boys for sexeral dances They enyov the tunes of popular song huts played by our Socual Orchestra Betxxeeru dances the gurls meet agaun Let s lusten to vxhat they re say um., Margx Oh' Isnt thus fun? And I met th l seen hum sexeral tumes un the halls but Ixe nex er really gotten to know hum fPause Oh 1ne vxhy us ex eryone lunung up? ane The Penny March us about to begun A penny us collected from each one and guxen to the orchestra so that they cun play the lutest songs C mon let s get un the lune' After the Penny March dancung us uesumed untul 3 30 P M lust as Margx and ane as xxell as exerxone else begun to feel as uf they could danee on and on the closung tune Home Suu! Home us played Another Fruday afternoon of good tumes has been ended ane and Margx meet as they are leaxung and by theur facugul Q pressuons xxe knoxx that thev haxe had a great tume and are already eagerly antucupatung an other Socual Hour finkl Flflx Six V " , , xy " ' V ' H V ,V - Y V Q . ' . , , , - - - VV - Vu , V Q s V . K I u . . 1 , , , . . . - Vu Va - , I i -. 5 i . T s 1 n 7 , ', - . V , V . - 'Q . K' . Y VV ,, . 1 1 A ' K - K ' ' ll 97 " . .KY ' . u 1' - V- - v II ' 1 Y!! ' . Y - Y V y 7' v y A . . . 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' ' u . - W -A V-3 A V Fzrfj Sum Roxue Xlurauuun I l ue llulul Thus semester the lureest OFQIITIIIIIOII at len ger his obtuuned 1 membershup of 1 377 gurls The olheers thut were helpful un mum ways ure Roxue Niarabauuu presudent llsue Duhlberg seeretary and Dorothy Rudlee treusurer The room repre sentutuyes und the gym teueluers Nlrs essue An derson Xlrs Xerna Buleeu Nluss Dorothy Bresna hun und Nluss Ellen Del-han dud 1 great deal un brungung about thus remarkable membershup too The money receuyed was used to buy yaruous thungs for the school The G A A started the semester b w elcounun 3 Vg the new freshmen and unuor Hugh gurls A party was guxen where a few of the yunuor and senuor gurls gaye a short dr1matu7atuon of how a school letter may be earned Thus roxed most success P ful and as to be eontunued eaeh new semester un order to guye the neweomers 1 better ehanee to know how they may work for theur school letter THE LETTER G The letter Gurls, under the superyusuon of Muss Ellen De Haan hue done muny useful thungs durung the past semester, numely the leadung ol hukes refereeumg of games und squud eaptauns fo the proheueney tests Among theur soeuul aetuxutues they enjoyed splash purtues hulxes und puenues, and after sehool played xolleybull umong themselyes The fourteen members, who ure ulso Vuetuye un school lufe are the presudent Flsue Dahlberg who us also seeretary of the GAA Horence Dooluttle, who us a member of the socual commut tee, Nlarguret De Young and Katherune Grabunsku both w orleung for theur hrst eheu ron X erna ohn neru, Ilomuluu Radtle Xiter thus great fete the yolley ball gumes started Room vll eume out on top us ehumps ot IIC senuor duxusuon Room will elaumed the junuor du yusuon At the end of the yolleyball season, the gurls hud u soeual whueh wus attended by the junuors und senuors on one du and the sopho mores and freshmen on another ln the gym elasses gurls were busy wuth the profueueney tests, tr mg hurd to ea n theur pounts so they could reeeuue theur bar The GAA s also had theur hrst swummung meet thus semester, un whuch gurls that were takung swummung were allowed to par tueupate Nlost of the gurls un the Monday, eughth hour swummung class entered un the meet These gurls help the swumumng teachers durung yaruous peruods of the day and are known to the gurls us Lufe Guards Besudes guxung them a lot of op portunutues, ut also makes them struye to become better athletes day by day Now you can plaunly see w he so many gurls uoun the G A A IIRILS CLUB son, who us the presudent of the Gurls Glee Club und 1 member of the Phoreut, I lorenee Green, the xuee presudent of the club Roxue Marabaun t e presudent of the G A A and well luked exeryone, Ruth Nelson and Bernuee yon Horn, both members of the Xatuonal Honor Soeuety Stella Petrowsley who us seeretury' of the elub Margaret Sabo who us othee manager for the Courier, Lauretta Klazunsltu, who holds the posu tuon of treasurer for the club Vluldred Sexton and Laura Zawoysku, who are also workung for theur hrst chey ron Out of these fourteen gurls, eleyen ure gruduatung Puffy Iugfbf s E15 V l. -V V -- ' 'c 0 -A. 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I xx 1ILI XLIoIp IS 1-I1 QIIIIKJTLI HOLIIIDLIL 1411 nd IILUILDIHI Nu bxr Ixablbun 179 Ind Ind I1LutLn.1nt Iohn Ren strom 107 TIM h1tghLst POSSlbIL sLorL bx .1 con Lst1nt xx s 7 X t1ouL1 t1LsL IHQIIXI ua s orLs xxLrL not IS QOOL 19 t o Ill thL PISI Lr , nt tofILrson x IS shL 1 tI1L L xults Q jack Ptacock Robert B ckley Walter Carlson Andre Westvsater BAA The BAA ns to be congratulated upon nts vxonderful vsork durnng the semester Depresslon and hard tnmes although they dad uork dlfhcul tres on thmgs could not nmpanr thexr good vsork The low dues permltted great numbers to joln vsho mxght have been kept out othervnse Mr Young deserves the heartnest thanks of every boy nn the organnzatnon He gaye up much txme m preparing for the schedules He also stayed hours after school nearly every nlght vshnle we played our games The officers are hkewlse to be con gratulated W1thout thexr smcere hard Work the group could not have progressed These ofhcers are Jack Peacock presxdent Bob Buckley vxce president Walter Carlson secretary Andy West xx ater sergeant at arms The BA A IS sponsor mg the adjolnmg page of snapshots of prominent athletes and room champxons No the fellows wxth the lame backs sore necks were merely sufferxng from the efforts of some on trymg to txe them ln knots durmg the B A A vsresthng meet Even the vlctors suffered since thelr opponents were mighty tough and the matches close Although Wally Tzyz of 212 was at one tnme hollermg because hns leg vsouldn t fit 1n back of hls neck as hls fellow vlrestler thought xt would he won the 108 pound dlVlSl0H ohn Stasl of 319 ln the 115 pound d1v1s1on and oe Cubalchlm of 335 1n the 135 pound d1v1s1on both ended thenr final matches slttmg on the top of the pnle Charles Wllll3mS of 344 m the 145 pound dnlsxon usmg the famous toe hold fm famous to h1s opponentsj vnon the champnonshlp ln hxs class Durmg the fmals Joe Gnrbm of 171 and has opponent m the 155 pound class were taklng turns flylng nn the a1r landlng on the mat but joe was able to withstand the landmg part best thereby wmnlng first place Thus ended the best BAA wrestling match yet At first glance m the hall one Frnday after school a person would haye thought a card shark had just reaped a hary est from the Fenger boys On further mvestlgatxon vue learned that such vnas not the case and that they were not running to keep vsarm What really happened vas that the members of the B A A were holdmg thenr annual mdoor track meet Qand how those boys can runj Smce the gun whxch vsas broken couldnt be found and there were only a fevs bullets left Qand those somebody had usedj the ofhcnals were at a loss as to what method they would use to start the races Howeyer Charlie Kassay much to the disgust of the audnence used one of hrs shoes whnch he hut 1lgalI'lSt a locker xmntatnng a gun fa cap gunj Prom then on thmgs went smoothly Peacock surely must have eaten hrs Wheatnes the Way he ran tn the meet He earned hrmself seven bars whnch 1sn t bad for one day s vsork It looked as though Buckley once worked ln a fruxt store the way he handled the potatoes m the potatoe race Although someone claimed that he had sprlngs 1n hls shoes that person couldn t prove It so Jack Peacock won the hngh jump and the three standlng broad jumps If Rodger Bragg hadn t opened the door just m tame Moose Vanderzanden on the other slde of the hxs vunnmg put vnth the shot Room 229 wlth Peacock Kassay Buckley Bragg and Crepeau won the semor meet whlle the junxor meet was won by Borchardt Van Wyngarden and Mara volo of 315 The meet was so well conducted that ll was an important toplc for dlscusslon durxng the two weeks follovung when the sw1mm1ng meet was held The cold water gave the swxmmers plenty of pep Everybody who could swxm the requlred dnstance and some who couldn t took part rn the events ln the dnvmg the pretty mermands wlth Neptune had nothmg on Wally Carlson and Bob Buckley After the author U Elyj trxed hls abnlnty UU at dlvmg he had a hard tnme con Xlfliflhg the ofhclals that lt was a jack kmfe he vsas doing not a dymg svxan Room 229 agaln tamed off the honors for the senxors The team was composed of Buckley Carlson Crepeau and Peacock Room 332 vuth only two men Van Schalk and Lundgren yyon the junior meet The mdoor baseball and yolley ball were being held at the tnme of the vsrxtmg of thus story The teams were falrly vsell matched and no one dared try to guess the outcome Handball tennxs and golf vaere just begnnnmg Unless he loses has golf balls and can t contlnue joe Fay kuce has a good chance to place m the semor golf S1143 Tuo ' , V , T " , D' I I fa ' . 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"r BASKETBALL The Spartan llghtweleht basketball team was one of the best nn reeent years In IIS league sehedulc the squad defeated Calumet, Parker, and Morgan Park twnee and was defeated by Bowen wxce Thxs reeold not only awarded the team second place but also gave them a right to com pete ln the enty quarter Fmals They dCClSlN ely de feared Phlllnps ln the quarterfinals but were defeated by a 27 to 25 seore m the seml finals The leneer team was eomposed of Laptam Kaffka Stromberf, Kme, Lhoquette Bensford Peterson and Dykstra Kaffka eenter and guard played hxs posltlon well Although Stromberg was not xery fast, he was a sharp shooter Kxne was ex eeedmgly fast and was rellable rn maklng polnts, while Bensford center was a trlekx passer B eause of thelr basketball abxlxty Kaffka and Stromberg won posntxons on the second All Star Cnty team These two men and Choquette also placed on the South Sectxon All Star team The Fenger heawywelght cage team met defeat frequently Thls was partly due to the graduauon of three regulars ln mld season The team was composed of Captam Machowsky Roggeveen, 'Vlmor Perrle and Koopman Maehowsky was the hugh p0lnt man and also conslstent scorer of the team The accurate shootmg of Maehowsky and Roggey een and also the passmg of Koopman, Perrle, and Mmor axded the team ln defeatmg then opponents, Calumet and Thornton At the elose of the league schedule, a plcked team played ohet but was defeated BASEBALL The baseball team under the guldlnce of Coach Wesley Iotch who had to bulld up thus years team out of tereen maternal began :ts baseball one hundred or more pllyers turned out for the telm less thln twenty hxe pen eent of them were ellelble Of those thlt were ehosen only lmes Roeeeyeen and Bruno Xllel10XK skx were members of last years squad The players thlt qulhfied for the Spartan texm w hneh w I5 mmleed by Alex Klayd were james Roeeexeen pnteher and out fielder Bruno Nlaehow sky helder Laws Lhurnl slon but lost out m the enty leleue semn hnals derson Amerls outflelders Chrxst Brmskx Tod hunter Boreer Appel Iejes Selllrs Roberts Hohman Stlnley and Xoet mhelders and Toth thus yelr laeked hlftlllg power ln the hrst two prletlee games the Splrtln nlne were defeated by 1 ups with ores of to lollowlng the praetlee eam s the team played games agnnst Bowen Xlorean Park Lalumet and Parker nn the league sehedule but at the tnme of thms w rxtmg, the results were not known last year s team placed flrst m the South Seetlon dnl snon but lost out ll! the elty league semn hnals Slxly four f ' A 5 jr. e .f . . . -, y Y 5 - X f 4 . X V 4 . . y , A V 'l we , f ' rs' , 1 1 - ' . A , I ' 1 l 7 . . - 1 , , . Y , . rl - ' - ' 5 r' sh ' s - . - vv ' , , - 1 . . - . . V 7 - . . A -. ' ' ' 1 -Q A u s ' , ' ' 1 - . l , , . 2, , ,. , - - , 1 .' - ' , ' , 7 7, Ya V X 9 x Y u V T u W ., , K , v , vs . ,, , . ' , , - I , 7 - , , Y' .' '17 . C- Y ' xl s x X .7 l 4 V s I s X X 3 D 1 I ' Us ' ",. , I , , ' ' , ' , , :,' , . - - s , 9 K 9 a v S s y , , ,, . , y ,k,. K. ly, , , L A 1 ,u , , 3, y practice early' ln the month of March. Although Morris, Cohn, and Trozpeck, catchers. The team s s lm- 1 '- vs. ,--, ' ' , V.-, s At- r -A , V L r- I1--vs 1--. 1 ,sa t-'-1 sk- sig Q ' . V.. .,. 1 v ' 'i '- ' - " ' ' T' . j J. '. l'h'll' ' " se -. 8 to 3 and S 2. rr1'1 A y- 1 -lv' rs- , t I .' , .',, ,, Q, , ,, 4 y , - 1 , v, - . , . ' , T . .1 . . my - tl U , A , V Q - , l ' 'L ' I S 'K 1 t 7' ' xl' f ' 1 x uv x 1 x I - 1 ' e . K s ' ' 1: ' 1' yr-'rl' ' ' 1 V - 'y 1" y 1 s- vs, V l 4, . . , w ,. . , ' , . . , , . ' ' - , ' , S ' - ' ' -'- , A ,. , T- - , ' s -' yr sig, , 1 '- -' ' , 1 ' " ' Ly 1 1 - 4. SWTMMTNG TEAM lander the dlreetlon of Coaeh Wesley Iotch swnmmmg mstruetor, the Spartan junxor and senlor teams were preparmg to enter the Catx League SNXlI11ITl1Ilg meet which was to be held on Aprnl 24 The sennor team was led by Wall! Clrlson eonsxstent seorer and h13,h polnt man ln nearlx exerw meet The team, eomposed of Ctrl son, Hx Slmgerland Klaxd Bueklek Dslestra Kassn, and ohnson won a majority of the meets ln whneh they competed Thxs squad wlll regret the loss of Carlson, Els Klaxd Buckley Kas sas and Nlarchettl at the end of :hrs season be czuse of gradultnon Some members of the yunnor squul wnll jom the ranks of the senlors at the end of the season beezuse thex will hate reached the age quallheatlon of the semors But thns wall not mlke up tor the loss of the senior mermen who 1re to graduate Although both junior and semor teams hate splashed thelr wax to XICIOTILS oser Imdblom and Nlorgan Parle they hate lost to the Thorton squld from Harsey and to Mor Y 1 rle Besldes these meets the semors defeated Bowen and St Leo whlle the jumors lose to these two teams Those who composed the gunlor team were Doug Qoole, conslstent seorer XID Sehanle Xander Sehxlden Sehwart Ienbere Tanls, Pleleoue Enrl md Nelson TRACK AND WRESTLTNG lollowmg the sprung football praetlee, Loleh men and the other unexperxeneed ones were lim Fessenden nssued 1 elll for outdoor traclemen Of those thlt turned out for the team, the fol lowme were on the telm ln preeedlmg years Iel eoele Rlehards Brlege Kassat and Burlehlrelt Xlthouegh letcoele speenllzed nn the low hurdles he w as IH expert m nearlx eserx esent lneludme the hlgh pump, pole Xaultmg and the dashes Rnehards also des oted hlmselt to these ex ents Be sldes eompetmg ID the shot put ex ent, Kassaw rm the dashes VL hlle a yunnor tracleman, Brlgg guned mam pomts tor the team w hen he plaeed ln the dxshes hurdles pole xaultlng and eertun held ex ents Burlehardt eompeted mn the shot put exents At the t1me of th1s w Flflng these emdel Szefx Inf berlmg up for meets xgunst prep sehools and for How exer th XKI'LSIllTlg team IS not 11 proxeel oxer the telms of preeedlner xears Thns w IS lareelx due to the llele of llghtwelghts Tlns sport estlbllshed It leneger approxlmltelx three tears 1310 was eoaeh d bs Doug Iessenden who was lsslsted bx Carl Gabel a Fenster graduate The erptam of the team was Tom Roberts, eo eaptun w IS Ralph Tullgren, and manager Andx Ourfllnn The tollowmg were the outstandlne grapplers ot the team Roberts Tullgren Ielll eren l-lllljl1I1 Carlson Selaeero Trozpeele md Bxlstrom The Iellh lost all of the four mltehes that were held . . 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V - 1 1 ' 1 - - ' ' 18 x 1 x - 1 1 V1 ' 1 ' V ' ' 1 1 -' 1-- V1 1 1 THE PRAYER OF A SPORTSNAAN Dear Lord nn the battle that goes on through 1 e I ask but a field that IS fanr A chance that ns equal mth all nn the strmfe A courage to strne and to dare And lf I should vun let It be by the code Wlth my fanth and my honor held hugh And lf I should lose let me stand by the roa And cheer as the wmners go by And Lord may my shouts be ungrudgmg and c ear A trnbute that comes from the heart And let me not cherlsh a snarl or a sneer Or play any smy el1ng part Let me say There they r1de on vshom laurels bestowed Smce they played the game better than I Let me stand vuth a smlle by the stde of the road And cheer as the vunners go by So grant me to conquer jf conquer I can By provmg my vyorth ln the fray But teach me to lose llke a regular man And not hke a Craven I pray Let me take off my hat to the warrlors who strode To vnctory splendnd and hxgh Yet teach me to stand by the sxde of the road And cheer as the wnnners go by From the PIJQSICIII Trammg Y M C A Monthly A person IS judged by hrs qualxtxes developed m loyalty good sportsmanshlp clean l1v1ng straxght thmknng strength endurance bodlly vngor and a loye of play In playmg a game try to strxke a nxce balance betvs een the rules of the game the playnng of the game and the spnrnt of the game The wmnmg or partlclpatlon should not be aboye the health of anyone Taken from Yfn Body III Hzallb by O Shea and Kellog Engage xn games and sports but do not oy er do ln your athletncs because lf you do you may suffer for It later Take from The Body nz Hrallb by O Shea and Kellog Every game or sport that IS yxorth playmg and every kmd of vsork that accompames any rhmg yyorth vhnle trams and deyelops not merely muscles and heart but also sxght hearmg touch and sense of balance and the povs ers of judgment memory and reason Taken from Aims and 'lleibods Ill School Afb lefles vrltten by R K Atkmson Ey ery one should use sports for enjoyment health and preparatxon for needs and not merely for competltnon vnth rn als Taken from The lNeu Handbook of Health by Woods Hutchmson The athletxc field has been a great trammg ground for youthful manners and morals because thenr sports so v1tally mterest the boys who haunt lt Taken from Afhlefle TVHIIIIIIQ by Murphy Athletlcs are the best possnble trammg for the qualmes whlch are yaluable today as they ever were Thenr practxce on the outdoor track and field gnve them an overwhelmmg advantage over exerc1se taken 1ndoors The educatnonal value of athletlcs are very con cxsely and accurately stated by J S Bjornson as follows Athletlcs possess certam well defined educa tlonal values Brxefly stated they seem to be Qlj acqulrmg knowledge of the care of the body 21 practnce ln phys1cal alertness and motor sklll an excellent preparatlon for motor control whlch 15 lmperatlve m other school CXCYCISCS e g pen manshlp manual tramlng and typewrxtmg 3 opportumty to evaluate and adopt ethtcal and moral Ideas of fair play team work unselfishness and dxscxpllne and Q4 organlc development of the muscular system Athletlcs 1n 1ts present meamng IS one of the social actxvxtles of the school As such xt occuples a very xmportant place and IS easmly just1fy1ng nts exlstence By representmg the school as a whole the athletnc team whether of football baseball or track makes for a strong school spnrtt as no other agency can It makes the school a concrete thmg that all students can pledge thelr loyalty to and at a pernod vshen the age IHICFCSIS of youth demand a pledge of loyalty to somethlng It takes a ley el head to vun a leyel hand a level e e But sometxmes ey en when you try your level best thmgs go avr ry You drop the ball you mnss your arm You slnp a cog and queer the game then comes the test Don t make excuses don t crumple stand up m your shoes remember n a certann sense If takes a lex el head to lose SlYfj S1 7 . . 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J - W - - A . . - ' 219 v - , . vw 'Y' r A ' - , ., 3 8 L ln l""N SOCIAIL ILIFE G A A PARTIES The G A A get acquainted partnes vsere held for the IBS and entermg jumor hxghs on Feb ruary 23 and 24 respectively Almost every seat ln the small audltorlum was occupled on both Wednesday and Thursday when Mass Elxzabeth Campbell rose to gnve the speech of welcome whnch tended to melt the 1ce By the tame the gurls had Hnlshed smglng several GAA songs thenr faces were all wreathed m smnles Follow mg the smglng a few sketches were glven de pxctmg sportsmanshnp the reward for good schol arshlp how to earn a school letter and varrous other athletic HCIIVIIICS The program vsas ended by a gypsy dance rendered by Ruth Feldman After the program refreshments were served and dancmg was enjoyed 1n the gxrls gym and the that the maln reason for the party whnch was to get the girls acquaxnted wlth each other had been achneved FRESHMEN PARTIES If old man Depressnon wnll permit nt the long awaxted freshxe partnes wnll be held sometnme xn May Due to the fact that the partnes wrll be gxven after the Courler has gone to prmt the only thmg that can be done IS to tell of the en tertamment vnhnch has been planned Room 402 plans to give a play entitled Wlld Nell of the Plams Her Fmal Sacrnfice Several students nn cludmg Regmald Hamutan Thomas Devlm and Aloyxus jusevxtch from Room 405 wnll present a clever saxlor sklt A Comlcal skxt entltled The Egg Man IS to be given by Miss OSull1vans dnvrsnon Room 401 At the close of the program the soclal orchestra has been asked to play several tunes and then refreshments wnll be served The party s success wlll be due to the efforts of Mxss Moran Mnss Caroll and several other freshmen dxvlslon room teachers THE PROM Another gala event probably the last socxal actnv1ty at which all the semors can be present' Due to the economlc sltuatlon ln the schools and homes we were not sure whether we could afford xt But the Prom was held through the efforts of others whrch are greatly appreclated by the 4B and 4A classes How dnd the Prom turn out? Was lt success ful? These questlons can be easily answered by a few words The n1ght9 Perfect' The Gymna slum? Beautxfully decorated' A good mme? Yes mdeed' Fnrst Ill begln to descrlbe the Gymnaslum' It was transformed from a gymnaslum mto a ball room One could scarcely reallze that a few hours before gym classes had been held 1n the same Palms and ferns were attractnvely placed about the room The boys and glrls themselves changed the appearance of the room Instead of gym sults the glrls wore beautlful summer gowns and the boys looked especlally handsome m thenr semx formal costumes The Grand March' When almost everyone had arrxved the Grand March was announced It was led by the 4A Class Presxdent Paul Peterson and the other 4A Class oflicers After the march boys and gxrls started dancmg The orchestra helped us forget the heat Trme surely seems to fly when one ns havmg an enjoyable t1me Twelve o clock came too soon and sorrowfully we departed mto the cool summer evenmg 4A 4B INITIATION PARTY Green for St Patnck and for the new semors was the cry of the 4A Class The 4B Class was mmated mto sennordom on March 17 In order to dlstmguxsh the members of each class sham rocks were vforn by the 4A s and fancy headbands by the 4B s Sexenty . . fi v--L, X ' I D ' . ec - - - ' au V -1- ' . . . . , , . . . , . . . . , . - 7 ' W I :W 1 ' , ' nl s :W 3 X I ' 7 ' l . . . . , . 9 7 G.A.A. officers, sponsors, and members realnzed place. 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SOCIAL LIFE-ASSEMBLIES The program whxch had been carefully planned proved to be mterestmg and most entertammg The Socxal Orchestra whose musxc IS enjoyed by all opened the program wlth several Irxsh A1rs Two semor members of the orchestra namely john Frngo and Lou1s Alfano favored the audl ence wxth a v1ol1n duet A quartet composed of Glee Club gurls sang My Wnld Irnsh Rose and Where the Rlver Shannon Flows Followmg thls Paul Peterson our txtlan haired 4A Class presldent dellvered hrs welcome address emphaslz mg the superlorlty of the 4A s to the mcommg senlors Floyd Horn the 4B Class presxdent stressed the xmportance and necessity of the 4B s 1n hls answer to Paul s speech Then came the final lIllfl2lIlOl'll Only the 4B officers were 1n1t1ated because nt would be lm Floyd Horn Vnce Presldent George Barker and Secretary Frances Martin were called to the stage and gxven the oath At Paul s command Frances d1d an Irxsh pg George sang an Irnsh melody and Floyd chose the one he loved best After much hesltatxon and deep thlnklng durmg whlch tame several gurls hearts were beatmg at a faster pace Floyd selected the entnre 4B class and threw them a klss whnch IS to be treasured m later years After another selectlon by the Socxal Orchestra everyone marched happnly mto the gnrls gym Refreshments 1n the form of Newlyweds whlch are a combmatnon of 1ce cream and cake were served After several enjoyable dances came the end of a perfect party and another 4A and 4B class set out for home to store the memories of thenr party among thenr souvemrs Sex enlg One CLEAN UP ASSEMBLY The Clean Up and Arbor Day Assemblnes were combmed as one because after all both are nncluded m the world wlde known slogan clean up pamt up plant up Members of MISS Castles publnc speaking class urged everyone to lnve up to thus slogan durmg the sprung vacatlon Charlotte Bodnar stressed the fact that an a few months the 1933 Worlds Fair would be opened and everyone ought to do hxs part to help make Chncago as clean as possxble After the effect that a clean orderly home has on a husband was re vealed to us by a playlet under the dlrectlon of Mass Burkhardt Rlchard Merak explamed the meamng of Arbor Day All 1n all the purpose of the assembly was to make us reallze the necessnty for cleanmg up palntmg up and plantmg up NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ASSEMBLY The semx annual mstallatnon of the Natnonal Honor Society one of Fenger s two honor socne tnes was held on Aprnl 13 when the new members were mstalled Mr Arthur Deaver who ns the dnstrnct supermtendent of schools was the mam speaker Mr Deaver dnscussed pomts that were brought out by Mr Nlcholas Murray Butler ln hxs book The Meanmg of Educatron He men tnoned the abllnty to speak clearly the mother tongue to dxsplay rehned and gentle manners and to grow mtellectually as marks of an educated person The meanxng of the emblem and of the four cardmal prmcxples Character Scholarshlp Leadershlp and Servxce was explained by Bermce von Horn vlce presxdent Fred Asmus presndent gave a short speech and then passed the flammg torch to the mcomlng presndent Gordon Boak After the mstallatnon a luncheon was served to the members and heads of departments It IS the secret ambxtnon of many to enter thus orgamza tnon whose membershnp requnrements are leader ship scholarship and a true Fenger cxtnzenshlp ' Y n 1 ' ' l 1 a 1 . ,, . . ,, . . . - , . . a y , 5 . 5 . 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FENGER FORUM Members of the Fengcr Forum were gnen the opportunnty to choose thenr oysn programs last semester by means of questlonnalres This new may of determmmg the cholce of the students and of planmng the programs accordmgly was made up by the program commxttee consxstmg of Lons Ewmg Chalrman, Fred Asmus, Mary LOUISE Taub, and Aurora Mxstro The members chose as Fnrst Consul for the semester, Anna Dubransky a fourth year student, who has been a loyal Latm student ever smce her Freshman year Mary Louise Taub was selected to fill the posntnon of Second Consul, wnth Helen Sllya actmg as uaes tor and Elsie Stanker as Praetor Mass Wllfrnd McParthn, the club sponsor, asslsted the program commnttee ln the preparatlon of the questlon GERMAN To Beethoyen, Wagner, Schubert, Lnszt, Men delssohn, and almost every German composer of renown 1n the past and m the present, the mem bers of the German Club have dedlcated thexr pro grams throughout the last semester Many of the composxtxons of the German masters of music, ln addltlon to detalled accounts of thexr l1ves and week Much of the work m the planmng of these programs was gxven to the presldent, Henry Koop man, the v1ce presndent, Anna ugm, and the sec retary treasurer, Mary Zwlttmg Most of the credxt for the success of the programs should be gnven to the officers and to those who axded them nn the1r work Mlss I-Inldegarde Melsekothen, who SPANISH By means of a correspondence department, members of the Spamsh Club have been vsrxtmg letters nn Spamsh to people of Spam, Mexnco, and South Amerlca Thls department was orgamzed last semester by Mrs Myra Whltworth, the spon sor of the club, and through It all mall ns recenved and sent The club officers for the semester were Ruth Perry, presldent, Claudla Renhult, uce presndent, and Morrns Seplow, secretary One of the chxef features of the programs pre sented before the club every week ns the short talks on Spamsh, South Amerxcan, Central Amer lcan, and Mexncan toplcs presented by Spamsh speakmg guests, who come from dnfferent coun trnes to usnt Chncago Another unusual and nn nalres The questnonnalres Contamed hsts of various subjects and amusements to be checked by the members as thelr selectxons for the types of pro grams to be presented at the meetmgs on the first and thnrd Wednesdays of each month The plan of havmg one educatlonal and one recreatxonal meetnng eyery month, whlch was put 1nto prac tlce some tlme ago, was also ln effect thls semes ter The members taxed then' brams wnth the dlf ficult Latm cross word puzzle contests, and, nf they solved them correctly they recexved pruzes as thenr recompense Then, ln the course of the semester, some of the students presented short Latm plays before the club vs hlch were both amus mg and mterestlng CLUB has been the sponsor of the club ever smce xt was organnzed some semesters ago, has asslsted the stu dents ln preparmg the programs, and xt IS needless to add that more than a part of the success has been due to her careful supervlslon Followmg the musxcal and lnterary portlon of the program, the members amused themselves by German Club has a correspondence department whxch was started ln the last semester by Mlss Mexsekothen The members sent German letters to boys and gxrls ln Germany and recelved some nn return These they read to the other members at the meetmgs At the end of rhc semester, the club held xts semn annual party CLUB terestmg part of programs of the club ls, when ever guests are not present to speak to the club members, the use of the radlo for mstructlon and entertaxnment Through the mfluence of Mrs Whntworth, two radlos have been Installed for the club, one ln room 133, and the other m room 207 The members are thus able to hsten to any Spamsh program that happens to be broadcast at the tnme of thenr meetxng Dur1ng the course of the semester plays are always presented Span1sh musical selectlons contributed by talented mem bers are a part of every program All Span1sh students, and especxally those vsho have taken nt and who wxsh to retam thexr knowledge of nt, are encouraged to become members FRENCH CLUB At the txme the Courur went to press, lt had not been possible to gather maternal about the French Club Snrnfy Tuo V . . 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V , wifi O Q 'G vi 0 gh s- fv-Tl Q F5 UC! nn P 'K' THE MARCONI CLUB The 'Vfarcom Club IS composed of students who hawe adopted radro as a hobby Thus orgamzatxon has durmg the past sem ster constructed and operated a short wave transmrttmg statron W9I-INIW whlch was officxally opened bv Nlr Schacht who sent the first sxgnal over the anr on Way 12 at 2 30 P VI To date the statxon has mamtamed two was commumcatlons wnth twen tv three states of the Umon C D Dralle W9ICW was placed m charge Many messages for students and faculty have been handled by the staff of sur hcensed operators fThese boys ovsn thenr own transmxttmg statronsj The club has a membershnp of tvsentx thxs semester They hase for their faculty sponsor Mr Bennett who shows much xnterest m the club s actnvmes They meet on Mondays and Wednesdays the mnth hour The officers of the club thls semester are Harry Flora presxdent Charles Drallle vxce presxdent Robert Bergstrom secretary and ohn Sekela treasurer Flora and Sekela were also ofhcers last semester Flora bemg uce presldent and Sekela treasurer HInY Boy' was he ever saxhng through the ar And I thought I knew how to swim' H must have had wmgs on hrs shoes' Exclamatlons heard at the Olymp1cs7 No these exclamatnons were heard at a showmg of pxctures by the I-In Y on our screen The members having had the oppor tunlty to obtarn these pictures at a nommal fee rmmednately wxth Mr Schachts permxsxson sold txckets for ten CCHIS and presented the plcturt of wmter summer and fall sports The proceeds were grven over to two very useful enterprnses twenty five dollars to the Students And Fund and the remamder as a down payment on a one year membership at the YMCA To complete thns payment each fellow worked twenty hours on redecoratmg the boys department at the Y Sore arms stnff necks and weary backs were m sogue among the members the first few days but the fellows soon became used to It The work was so well done and they were so proud that the fellows wanted to celebrate What could be better than a good splash party Swimming games were played for two hours followed by refresh ments and dancing m the gym Later a success ful dance was gxven at West Pullman Park In June the annual prcmc was held Lots of eats rowmg and swnmmxng made the day a busy one Those to be congratulated upon the successful handlmg of affaxrs for thns year are the officers Wrlfred Crepeau presxdent John Roggeveen vxce presndent ack Peacock secretary Paul Peterson treasurer John Ely chaplm Mr Scott YMCA Advlser and Vfr Fessenden faculty advxser THE AERO CLUB Today progress m avlatnon rs maknng xmportant world hnstory and the corner stone for a future anr mmded world ns bemg land For thus tlmely reason the Aero Club of Fenger IS steadlly be commg an lmportant school orgamzatlon Already the club has a membershlp of 30 there are also the graduate members who are strll act1ve ln the clubs affairs especnally nn the successful flymg of the ghder whxch they had helped to bulld The officers elected by the club are among those most actrve nn aerlal actnvltxes they are john Kmney presndent Andrew Hextzman vrce presndent George Bohn secretary treasurer and Andrew urevlcz sergeant at arms Mr Julian Sykes sponsor of these anr mmded boys ands them m every undertakmg and thelr greatest effort the ghder was partly due to h1s help The club has taken several trlps to varrous alrports of whlch the most notable was the VlSlf to the Mumclpal Anrport at mght The story of the trap nn the Fenger News so mterested many Fengerltes that thxs semester an avlatlon column was featured m the school paper Among other actnvmes the club wall gnve a pxcmc and soclal at the end of the semester MATHEMATICS CLIUB A man went to a well of water wlth two jars the capaclty of one bemg exactly three pmts and of the other five pmts How dnd he brmg back exactly four pmts of water' Probably f you were a member of the Mathematncs Club you would be grven a puzzle lnke thls one to work out But thls IS only one of the many dlfferent trlcky puzzles that are presented by the program commrttee Andy Westwater chaxrman and Flor ence Gorka Al Nagela Stephen Gaspernk and Gertrude Kaemph for the enghth hour The mnth hour commrttee ns composed of Theresa Vander Ploeg chairman and Dorothy DeVr1es Vnrgmna Prxce Raymond Tuck and Morrns Seplow These Seventy Fw: commlttees are under the leadershlp of Lons Ewmg presndent Andy Westwater vrce presrdent and Theresa Vander Ploeg secretary treasurer wnth Mxss I.1ll1an Kurtz as the sponsor The alms of the club are to present unusual and trncky problems and to become more apt at solvmg dlfiicult prob lems Questions from college entrance examma trons which are presented to the group are very helpful to a student m preparmg for these exammatwns Thrs semester Mr O Muller of Chncago Normal College presented the club wxth a fine set of mathematncal puzzles Thus gxft was made possible by Mrs O Mlller a member of our faculty A 1 , ' I v Y. 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STAMP CLUB The Stamp Club IS vxholly an organwatnon es tabl1shed for the students It has regular meet mgs and through the co operatnon of the mem bers 1n thexr attendance the club has progressed rapxdly 1n the last few semesters Durnng the meetmgs real bus1ness transactlons are carrxed on auctnomng buy 1ng tradlng and sellnng collec txons The members have very fine collectxons bemg enthuslastlc about stamp collectmg Some of them SPCCIQTIZC 1n U S stamps and others specnalnze 1n fore1gn stamps Vlr Sxmpson a member of our communnty attends many of the Stamp Club meetmgs shovnng and descrlbmg h1s collectxon Wiany other authontles on stamp collecting have attended the meetxngs dur1ng preuous semesters and haxe lectured to the club on the hlstory of tamps the1r value and have glyen advnce to the members Thxs semester the officers under the leadersh1p of Mr Smltters as sponsor Harry Hoog straal Lloyd Hollebrands and Earl Wendt presl dent nee presldent and secretary treasurer re spectnely are plann1ng to have an Cxhlblt vnhlch should prose to the students the yery HRC work of the organ1zat1on ARCHITECTURAL AND MINIATURE MUDELING CLUB Under the supery1s1on of Mr Louls T Cook the club IS gettxng splend1d results All the seventeen members of the club are vxorknng on mmlature models of dxfferent types wlth the exceptnon of Stes en Mutnansky Andrew Heltzman and Alv1n Wnnkler who are completmg models of I'1sher Napoleonlc coaches for a final judgmg 1n uly These boys have been work1ng d1l1gently snnce last September and they hope to w1n some of the fine PFIZCS offered by the F1sher Body Corporat1on The club has elected the followmg officers for thlS semester Stanley Delalos presldent Matthew Dudzxk v1ce presxdent and Nello Farnettx sec THE ART The Art Club 15 an orgamzatlon WhlCh IS spon sored by M1ss Vnzard of the Art Department for future artxsts or for those lnterested In any of the var1ous branches of art Stella Spma was elected the presxdent whlle John Flynn holds the office of secretary The members are held 1n Room 348 every other Frnday durmg the exghth per1od and the club members brmg 1n the1r work Occas1onally a pr1ze IS gxven to the one who brmgs 1n the best soap carvmg or the most effec t1ye drawlng retary treasurer The club meets every Tuesday after exghth pernod to vtork on thenr respect1ve models Thls semester sexen new members have been taken 1n and are rapldly learnxng the funda mentals necessary for detalled model work One of the more expernenced members Nello Farnett1 IS completnng a beaut1ful model of a Florlda coast type mansion w1th a patlo and open colon ades Mr Cook IS completmg a book of detaxled m1n1ature model1ng wh1ch IS to stlmulate act1v1ty 1n th1s lnne of work If there are enough boys 1nterested there w1ll be formed a regular class ln m1n1ature modehng conducted by Mr Cook CLUB In the club thxs semester were Edward Pace XXCIC7 Davld Iadxak and Margy Snkes who set a pace by brmgnng 1n work that 15 most dxfficult for the rest to follow They served as good ex amples Edward spends most of h1s spare tnme out of doors pa1nt1ng scenes of nature whlle Margy and Dav1d do a great deal of pen and pencll vsork Thls semester the club has showed a dec1ded 1m prowement 1n membershlp and popular1ty and should be one of the outstandlng clubs next se mester JUNIOR HISTORIANS' CLUB As can be mferred from :ts name the Jumor Hnstorxans Club IS composed of students 1nter ested 1n hlstory and hnstorlcal research Although lt IS one of the newest clubs 1n Fenger thxs be mg only 1ts second semester lt boasts of a mem bershxp of more than elghty enthuslastlc and ac tue members The sponsors M1ss Marlon Moran and M1ss Nora Carroll are just as actxve as the students and are both l1ve members of the club M1ss Marlon Moran IS a comparatxvely new mem ber of the faculty 1n Fenger as thus IS only her thlrd semester here 'Vhss Carroll has not been teachmg at Fenger very long exther Fenger should be proud of hay mg teachers luke thxs The club s officers are Robert Buckley Eleanor Enrx Ahce Van Kooten and Ruth Begler presndent v1ce presndent secretary and treasurer respectnely The clubs 3CIlVlIlCS 1nclude debates lectures hnstorlcal mov1es excursxons and the planmng and presentatnon of assembly programs Nevertheless txme lS also found for socxal programs such as the p1cn1c planned for late sprlng and the club talent programs pros 1ded for each socnal meetnng The clubs top1cs are not necessarxly confined to ancxent hnstory and the members were urged to try to develop more mterest 1n current events and top1cs that w1ll make h1story 1n future years Meetmgs are held on Tuesdays twnce a month It had a wery successful semester thus term and hopes to hase ex en more successful one next year Sm rnly Sn' - v y - . r. . . . . 1 T Y ' s ' A . - - - . . Y. v V . Y . c . . V . 1 . ., , , 9 ' - 9 . . Y. . . - . . - 1 7 3 ' 3 1 ' ' V I- - 1 9 s 9 . . . . Y. - . V- - ' 9 9 , 9 . . . . . Y Y . . . V . - - 9 9 ' ' ' v y v . 1 . , , , . Y I I - V . . . . Y Y v . . . . . V . Y - 9 . Y I . V Y 9 y ' , . . 1. . . 9 9 , . . . . . . . Vx ' 9 n 9 9 ' 9 9 ' ' - . . V . . . . - 9 49 1 9 9 , . r 9 - 9 ' 9 . V . 9 9 9 9 ' . . , . . . . v ' 5 S ! ' . 9 9 9 ' 9 9 , - . ' ' 9 9 . , . . . . . ' 9 . . . V. , . K! ' I! Y ' ' 7 ' 9 . A . V I . A n . , , , . , V . , ' ' v v . , , . 0 in Uhr-s Nh rx 0 A 'Wh Hn r'5 A x O 00 Ei 969- ca JUNIOR CITIZENS bc Hlndmn Nluumlx in tlmc Olnu .lml Upper Nliwis- Nippi Y.xllcy'S." .hull lJL'.ICllCl'x prcxulw .IIILl xx .lvlxlckl by Bob Burklmrdt. nrxt xiuu-pn-sidcnt: .md Ruth Nelson. second vicu-prusidunt. lflwrcncu Cyruun ix wcrctary: Andy NY'wLw.1rcr. trf.-.lsurcrz .md XY'.zl- tur Cxrlson. NCI'gC.IIII-.Il-.II'I'I1N, Xlcrnbcrx of tlmc ulbinct: Clmrlcs K.1ss.1y. xhnnw Roggcvccn. linln-I Holmbcrg. Riley' I.imlcm.1n. llclcn SlIIlI,III.III. :Xm- lwrow T.1t.1r. Luis Iwxing. kfowplminc Uctf, c,.1I'l .Xl- lvcrtk. Evelyn ilulmwn. .xml XY'ilf-rcnl C.1'k'pC.1Ll. N111 Q gi 3 i' '4' 4 ff' Huber H.1ys is faculty spunwr. fl A il N.1":.'x-l1,f'f ASSEMBLIES FRESHMAN ASSE'vlBLY The mcommg freshmen and sophomores were welcomed at a novel assembly on February 17 The program was opened by Ruth Perry secretary treasurer of the 4A class descrxbmg the actnvmes of Fenger Followmg a selectlon by the orches tra a few upper classmen gave short speeches ames OlTl1CCll'1Skl welcomed the students and then descrnbed the 1mportant part that the students play ln govermng the school through the Stu dent Council Paul Peterson 4A class presndent explamed the varxous clubs socretnes and sports a freshman ns elngrble to enter or become a member of m future semesters Then the Boys Glee Club gave a very humorous song about the trnals of a freshman Members of the fengzr News Staff explamed how mterestnng storles and features are set forth rn the news Mr Wxlllam Burnham spoke about the band and nts work after whnch Sergeant Carl Chrlstofersen spoke on the value of mnlltary trammg ln the ROTC A warn mg to Freshmen was glven by La Verne De Vrnes a member of the Drama Club A number by the Glrls Glee Club closed the program nmpartrng to the students a very good nmpressnon of the so cxal act1v1t1es of Fenger COURIER ASSEMBLY At the trme the Courxer went to the press the seml annual Courler Assembly had not yet been gnven but nf the depression condltxons permit lf IS to be presented m the latter part of May As the une Courler has been dedicated to Progress four xmportant pernods not only nllustratmg the development of Chxcago but of our own com mumty Roseland wnll be represented nn a play whlch has been thoughtfully planned by the Cou rxer Assembly Commlttee A member of the staff wlll read a synopsns of the period before each scene The first scene reveals a huge pxcture of Fort Dearborn placed on one srde of the stage whale on the other sxde there IS a group of Indnan warrlors performlng an Indlan war dance around a Ere Scene two the Cxvxl War Perrod IS 1llus trated by a statue of Lmcoln and by soldners four R O T C boysj soundmg thenr fifes and drums whxle marchmg by The Chxcago Fnre IS the theme of the thnrd scene vnhnch ns portrayed bv pnctures also People screammg and shrnekmg wnth fear and terror are seen runm-ng by the burnmg buxldmgs The last scene shows Chlcago bullt up after the dlsastrous fire The skylme of ChlC3g0 and a few bulldxngs from the World s Fanr are also portrayed The Socnal Orchestra wxll close the program wnth the tune Where Wnll You Be rn 19339 S 1 ntj Nine DEDICATIOX ASSENIBLY Vlost solemn and lmpresslve were the ceremomes of the dedxcatlon of Fenger s audltonum on March 15 It was named The Thomas Crawford Hull Audltornum nn memory of Mr Thomas C Hull prmcnpal ementus of Fenger Hugh School Among those present were former puplls educatlonal leaders frlends and upper classmen The ceremomes were mdeed approprxate for the solemmty of the occasnon The mvocatnon gnven by Reverend Mark D Obenshann was followed bs Flora Waalkes who sang There Is No Death Various educatnonal and c1v1c leaders partmcxpated 1n the program Mr Theophrlus Schmld spoke on Wir H111 s mfluence m the commumty emphasrz mg the pomt that Mr H111 felt It his duty and pleasure to devote hrs lnfe to educatnon Then the Boys Glee Club sang Go Down Thou Great Sun by Beethoven Mr McDade and Mr James E Armstrong eulogxzed Mr Hrll m speeches tntled As I Knew Hlm The presentation of the por tralt of Mr Hrll by Mrs Margaret Hrll Pletchu was followed by Mendelssohn s Llfe Thme Eyes sung by the Glrls Glee Club Prlnclpal Schacht accepted the portraxt as a trust whlch Mr H1ll has g1ven us Followmg thus Mlss Lundqunst for mer pupnl of Mir Hull and at present a teacher of Fenger sang Requnem The ceremomes were brought to an end by Reverend Father Wxllxam Cassm who pronounced the bened1ct1on RADIO ASSEMBLIES Fenger IS mdeed fortunate 1n possessmg a radro A serles of addresses were given by promment edu cators Tuesday mornings at 9 15 a m Somethmg new ln school teaching was mtroduced to Fenger ltes when the upper group first assembled ln the Thomas C H1llAudntor1um on March 28 to listen to a radio talk by Mr Wllllam J Bogan superm tendent of schools Hrs subject was Educatlon for Crtrzenshup Mr Bogan stated brnefly the fact that free public educatlon was mtroduced by the Purltans and that even then they knew that edu catnon was necessary for a true democracy and good cntnzenshnp The most xmportant subject and functlon of schols rs to teach cmzenshrp Another talk was gnven Aprxl 4 by Mr Charles E Merrlam a noted polrtncal sclentlst The Ex pendxtures of Publrc Funds for School Purposes was his subject He sald that the schools represent the ndeahsm of Amerlca and the hopes of the parents for then' chnldren He also stated the fact that some problems of school economy are due to madequate orgamzatxon ln the schools themselves v v S . 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U a ' a - . . . . . . ,, . . . , . . . . ,, . . ,, . . . . .1 4' '- ' TO MEXICO Ill go' Ill go to Nllexnco' Ill go but not today I'or I must pack up my yahse And nt IS far away I know I ll love to lnye down there At noon they have slestas And when the brnght round moon comes u They dance at the fxestas Perhaps Ill buy a brlght red shawl I wrll 1f I ve dmero Then hand ID hand Ill walk the sand Wxth some gay caballero And he shall play on hns guitar Sweet songs hell sung to me And round and round with my red shawl Ill dance so mernly I ll go I ll go to Mexnco I know Ill love It there The mandens are so charmmg They Wear flowers 1n then' hair Thelr eyes are dark and sparkllng Thexr laughmg llps deep red And each at a fiesta wears A mantxlla on her head To go to a fiesta gay Oh what Id glve to go Ill go to Mexncol Claudna Renhult 4A THE CALL OF THE DESERT Through dusty endless tranls of desert sand Through pungent odors from the fragrant sage Through lonely wastes of smould rxng and land I long to go where wmds of desert rage To rlde the plams m the hush of early day To see the dewy wastes of desert space To see the rangmg colt at mormng play To sxght the distant loomxng mountaln shapes To roam the plams ln musty gleam of nlght To see the brlllxance of desert stars To see m sllhouette the cactus scrawny hexght To hear the packs of howlmg wolves afar For those deslres my heart has ever yearned To those from haunts of lowly men I ve turned Ruth Feldman 4B THE STUDENTS PROGRESS Wnth Apologles to Bunyan I-Iay mg been txred by the rapxd succession of ey ents throughout the day I with heavy llds drd lay upon my couch And lo' suddenly all man ner of XISIOFIS dad come to me and this I dnd ptrcene There was a hull rxchly cowered mth all sort of green yerdure and lush grass yery plcasmg to the eye On the hlll a boy clambered And the whnle he clnmbed the clouds at the top of the hull changed to yarymg shades And when the bov Qhns name was Earnestj surmounted the yery peak a post suddenly rose from the hnll and on If two sngns became dnscermble The one to the left saxd The outer world whlle the one pomt 1ng to the rlght declared Knowledge Earnest was sorely amazed he knew not what d1rect1on to take For where the sxgn pomted The outer world were dark clouds and dreary landscape as far as eye could see but Eve carefree chlldren beckoned encouragmgly At the rnght the scene was full of color and warmth from a gentle sun but four ugly forms stood menacmgly m the wmdmg road As Earnest stood there uncertaxn the blue sky to the rnght splnt for a tnme and that age old prophet the Splrxt of Wrsdom showed h1s grxzzled head and beckoned All was then settled and Earnest went to the rnght Whereupon one of the gruesome persons led hnm to a cave whxch was dnmly lxghted w1th1n The dark figure sllpped through the openmg and glvmg hxs charge hardly mme to collect hrs wnts returned wnth four youngsters wnth a sign he entrusted them to the bewnldered youths care The Hgure dnsappeared but the youngsters could not restram themselves any longer They began to whimper but Earnest s awkward attempts to soothe them only turned thelr soft crxes to shrleks leavmg the1r v1ct1m m a quandary For five long months these naughty chrldren bothered h1s every waking hour but as there xt a lnmnt to everythmg they passed out of hrs care The four books on the cave shelves Algebra fthe meanest Sclence Engllsh and Latm were thus mastered by the persevermg boy And so nn turn each of the four figures entrusted crea tures fstudlesj 1nto h1s care but those towards the last had the loudest walls One lemency per mntted Earnest was thls Every year two short months rest fvacatlonj was glven hlm thxs he spent on the slde of the hlll w1th nts green grass and cool sky The remammg months were 1n yarnably spent at the cave cultnvatmg the young sters But nn the thnrd year of his abode ln thxs place the cave changed slowly mysterlously to a place to be lnked not hated The charges became con ulnatory even friendly When the fourth year rolled around Earnest regretted bemg pushed out of thus place he had grown to lnke and sadly he prepared to go onward But the dllngent care gnven his naughty charges drd not desert hxm thus When Earnest stepped out mto the outer world his mtellxgence was commended For he had done has best and knowledge would nova abnde ln hrs mind foreyer and a day Lfgb y Y 3 D ' v v . I . Y Y . ' 3 - . . E 7 ' A 3 I 3 . V V ' V ' v - s , s s , 1 . . . . Q ' P - I u n ' ' . ' 9 . ' ' K! 3, ! ' 7 Y - - .. . . , . . 1 D7 ' 9 1 7 ! , ' - 9 . . 5 , . x - ' , 5 , - , , . . . . . . 5 D 9 , . ' ! . . . 5 y . . . . 3 . Y y . , . ' 3 ' 3 1 ' . , , . I want adventure. I want llfe . . . . . . . . s ' , 5 . 7 3 3 . u , 3 , . . . , 3 3 '! Y , . . i y , I . 7 - 9 . ' . 3 . . ' 3 . . - . . , I . I n . 9 . . . . ' S , . . - 1 . . , . . - , 1 y . , - , , J 1 , - . 1 . . , . Y , . . 7 I 1 Y 7 ' Y , Q 1 1 ' Y 9 l , V' ' ' s . ' ' ' r v ' 7 x . r . ' . I I OH FOR THE LIFE OF A POET As here I sat and try a rhyme to wrate I plumb my braan to ind a sample plot And now so nery ed am I my laps I bate Because-here as the verse and not the thought The muse ey ades me loathe to let my rhyme To flow lake water from a mountaan sprang As sweet as clear wath melody sublame As masters great an Shakespeare s tame dad sang To me the musac of humanaty Is as a landscape to a blandman s eye And somewhat of a same perplexaty And so to wrate at I cannot comply And now the rhyme concludes and so I fear Thas ends my braef poetacal career Stephen Gasperak LIMITATIONS There are so many thangs I do not know And I wall tell them to you one by one I do not know where all the late stars go 'Nor where nor why the longest ravers run I know not why one lovely rose comes red Nor why another as as draxen snow lXor why each so soon as faded and dead And broken when the cold north wands do blow Yet I have seen the first welcome sprang flowers Burst forth an gladness wath the early raan Dost know who sent those lafe gavang showers Or from whence those chaldren of the earth How I wash that I maght know tht answer To one gloraous work of our Master Esther Herrack 4B SMOKE Lake blow ang skarts of graceful garls Of olden days who danced the manuet Smoke marks the sky wath slowly formang tvsarls Or pauses wath a glance at strange scents met But often at as lake a monster bold Whose lack brows seems to turrow an a scowl Whose glances are of fire and yet are cold Who leaves the aar behand ham dark and foul And on a golden summer day at seems To be laght faaraes wharlang to the tune Of musac carraed by the skappang beams Of sunlaght echoang all the sounds of noon So smoke maght well be people on the street So many dafferent types we chance to meet Gladys Borger 4B TRANIPS Dad you eyer stop to realaze that we are a nataon of tramps? Oh no' 'Not the kand of tramps you no doubt are thankang of Not a tramp an rags and tatters who goes through lafe eather as a sad and lonely or a happy go lucky person but nevertheless vue are tramps I-Iow many people an our country are satasfied to lae around thear homes and be content vsath everyday affaars7 Have you ever waated along a vaell traveled road for a puncture to be repaared7 I have and there before me movang swaftly along the road was the everlastang march of the people of Amer aca Cars cars cars From Maane to Calafornaa from the Dakotas to Mexaco unceasangly they tray el alvx ays hurryang nes er stall for a moment To myself I thought what storaes these people could tell Here comes a rattle trap old car draven by an anxaous faced old man What hap pened that he must hurry so? A death or a barth what was at? And here comes a large tourang car draven by a chauffeur Who were has passengers gangsters or some blue blooded members of so caety9 And stall they come' A car loaded wath happy laughang people from Georgaa passes by a sober faced draver of a car from Kansas What a great book one could wrate af only thear laves were open so they could be seen by all And so the march goes on Why? Who knows? But stall they keep movang draven on by a great master the sparat of adventure We are a great nataon' But yet just a nataon of tramps Charlotte Lauer 3A THE FORK IIN THE ROAD We ve traveled four years wath you on The road of Educataon And an the dastance now we ste The Fork of Graduataon We wall receave daplomas soon Most of us are elated They are our dues for four year s work The praze for whach we ve waated And now the partang tame as here We yanash from your yaew We ll ne er forget our hagh school days Oh Fenger here s to you' Claudaa Renhult 4A SWEETS FOR THE SWEET Hansel Tharp and Gretel Roberts were very sad They had lost thear way They had started out from the small audatoraum unwandang a spool of thread to mark thear path But Vallage Seam stress Crum standang an her doorway had seen at and sayang to her apprentaces the maadens Daeck and Ellas Garls there s a depressaon You d better gather up that thread She had sent them to go after the two chaldren and wand at onto a Llghly O ae spool By thas tame Hansel and Gretel had become lost an the depths of the Lunch room and now had no thread to lead them back Suddenly they came upon a corner made of candy and Gretel broke off a paece and started to eat at All of a sudden they heard a gloatang Aha' Caught' They turned around and beWatchang MacKenz1e an an omanous voace saad That wall be just five cents Poor Hansel had to foot the ball , . ! , , . , . I I 9 1 , 9 7 ' ' 7 v ' V v- - Y 1 Y ' 3 I . . V . . , . , , , , Y 7 ' 7 .. V - ' ' 1 ! ' 1 , 4B , Y Y - v . Y 3 ' . y , . . - , W v - ' 3 A , . . . , . . , V . . V . , 1 1 V ' - - . . y . , V . , . . . came? . . . . . , 'I . . . , , . . . . , . 9 3 . . . Y V . , - 7 Y Q f , , - Wi I 1 I . . y 7 Y . . . 9 . , - 5 . . , . ! ' ' ' Y 7 ' , . . , . , , . 1 3 . 3 ' 3 7 ' . . . . . ,, ,, , , . . . . ,, . , . , . . . 3 l ' , ,, . . . . ,, . . ' 1 7 . . . ,, . 2' a, , A FRESHNIAN S FIRST DAY THOUGHTS AND EXPERIEINCES Freshmen recall them sheepushly Sophomores don t seem to want to recall them at all unuors look back un a slughtly amused way and Senuors remember un an overbearung vxay nevertheless no matter what you are you haye had them and they go luke thus We leaye brught and early the great day Our hearts are swelled to burstung our munds are full of swell udeas Ah there ut us Fenger my school and Ill bet nobody knows that Im a freshman but I wonder what those fellows are grunnung at? QEnd of the prelumunaruesj INOW at last Im un the school Whoopee' But gee I wonder where I am supposed to go? I guess the gurl sellung the Prrugrr Neue vsull be able to tell me After beung set on my course uncudent ally wuth a I'eng,r'r Ncus under my arm I non chalantly stroll unto the Assembly Hall We are then assugned to duvusuon rooms vuhere vue are enrolled and told to make out programs Upon termunatuon of thus peruod durung whuch tume the duvusuon teacher dud a good deal of help ung out we are set loose to seek our classrooms QThe thoughts go along thus lunej Let me see 206 ought to be up un the north wung I mught as well begun searchung Hooray' That was easy I hope my luck keeps up Now for 330 Mmmmm the numbers get larger go ung south I mustn t let anyone suspect that Im a freshue but they seem to be able to tell pretty me Ten munutes respute and Ill have to be go ung ag un So ut goes for the next two or three peruods havung luck and then agaun some humuluatung ex peruences It was terruble un the lunch room tung down at the table that us reserved for teach ers The rest of the day was passed un a sort of abashed way Whule reconnouterung after school one us un cluned to be boastful but somehow deep down under one s skun one doesn t feel that way Danuel Wunograd IB THE CHRISTMAS TREE Hevsn away from Mother Earth Dragged from down the mountaun s vsall Thousands of you luttle firs Share the same relentless fall Trummed wuth dazzlung tuny lughts Placed un muddle of the hall But unnatural homefire warmth Soon vuull make your needles fall Needles flamung on the tree Rosy acorns un the fire And the burnung smell of pune Thus us Chrustmas funeral pyre john Stephens 4A A PACKARD AIND A FORD A Ford was vsautung to be sold A Packard stood near by The Ford was broken bent and old The Packard new and spry The Ford saud to the Packard new If you were as old as the hulls ld stull be tvsuce as old as you And not have as many ulls The Packard saud to the old old Ford If that s the way you feel Our thoughts are not of the same accord Your reasons are not real Although Im not so old as you Ive traveled just as far I tell you thus because ut s true And Im stull up to par Earl Kuyper 4A RAIN The beauty of the raun Bah' What beauty us there un seeung cars skuddmg across wet pave ments frantuc druvers tryung to control them and finally guvung up un despaur hearung the screech of brakes and the grundung of steel bodues as they come together and fold up luke paper' Oh yes the beauty of walkung un the raun' I may be wrong but I don t thunk that I or you for that matter can find beauty un seeung some a speedung automobule Walkung un the raun brungs to me not beauty but wet feet cold un the head rheumatusm un the knee and stretchung ut a but I mught say floatung rubs And talkung about raun beung gentle I suppose a cloudburst us just the thung to make the sweet peas grow un the garden Raun us wet moust damp and penetratung Any may you descrube ut ut makes me shudder I had just as soon jump unto an uce cold shower un Jan uary as to amble through the park un Aprul Im not a Methodust but neuther do I care to be bap tuzed There are only three thungs I cay say for raun Here ut us to wut namely and vuz ut guves the farmers somethung to talk about besudes reluef It also guves the song wruters a break and finally ut keeps polutucuans from makung speeches outdoors The first two as far as Im concerned are null and youd But the last' I may be way over on the other sude of town but I can stull hear some hon est polutucuan say that he us goung to straughten thungs out uf he us elected Really I could go on luke thus for days but I thunk I have made clear my udea of hovs far wrong us an essayust who speaks of the gentle raun Herbert Selugman 3A Eugbly Tu 0 V, , A A I , , 4 D 7 Y Y' Y Y J ' ' . 1 1 , - , , , 9 . . l 7 I 1 Y Y 7, V , , ,. . 1 4 , , y , . Y. 'f , ' G - ,u . , . ' Y Y Y Y I , , , , ll Y . , , 9 . . . ' 3 S u 1 ' , 1 - - x , , - 9 - l . . . I Y- Y. D y , . 7 . I , Y ' YY . , l w I I ' 9 ' , . . . . V , 1 1 . 1 1 , 11 ' YF . , . . 1 1 - Y Y a . Y Y . , ' , , . - , u , - ' Y Y S y ' Well- Oh, Oh, 329, 330, here I ami SCOFC IW0 f0l' one slip on the glassy pavement or be splashed by a ' . 3 1 3 . 9 , Y , - , . . , sut- ' ' ' , . ' . . . . i . , l , . 1 - V I . . . . , . , . . . . . Y ' Y - - , , . . , , . . - Y V , 1 1 f 1 1 1 , I , I , Q Z i 'i a Q ' . Y Y ' ' S Y 9 V - Y a 1 .1 Y. , - . ,, . . . . . ,, . . . ,, . . , . Y Y Y . . . . V Y - ' - n - - V 11 n - Y Y THE W OODS Going through the woods one mormng I found nt to me ln nts worst season just before the hrst fall of the snow The splendor of the fall colors was gone The trees that once had been dressed nn the beauty of thenr red green and gold leases were bare Thenr naked branches pomted for lornly to the gray sky These once beautxfully colored leaves lay nn drab brown heaps upon the ground The grass was a dull green patchy brown nn places Weeds and low bushes looked just what they were bunches of dned stlcks The pond was calm a cold gray There was no movement on nt No msects whxrled or twnrled on the stlll sur face No frogs croaked nor msects chlrped unet relgned Golng through the woods the next mornmg I found It m one of nts lovely seasons after a snowfall The shorn trees had become stately figures of whlte the dull grass a soft white car pet the leaves white mounds on the ground the cold grey pond a sheath of shlmmermg sllver The ugly weeds were lovely as they lay stxffly frozen nn thenr xcy covermgs Over all a snlence per vaded the snlence whlch accompames such stxll beauty Thelma Bass 3A NOT FOR JUST TODAY onslder us as freshmen urrymg to classes unnmg down the halls n flurrled lnttle masses ennors qunck to tease us ned to make us humble t s certann that we slipped nd often had to stumble o flag of truce was raxsed or failure couldn t daunt us ver we accomplxshed ew deeds to make them want ettxng fresher vnewfpomts ndmg chlldxsh ways axsmg hlgher standards oldmg hlgher pranse f we sometlmes wondered rowmg tlred of trymg ow far thxs would get us omeone prophecyxng ould have shown the future eraldmg success ffernng a way f findmg happiness L astmg happiness Shnrley Vllles 4A Elgl 15 Tl rc A UTOPIA Id loxe to awake ln a land so fanr W here the scent of hlacs fills the alr The land of nothmg but beautiful dreams Where I could just drlft and buxld castles wxth beams No one could dxsturb a utopla luke this Or brmg old man gloom to this land of xss ust to lnve a lnfe In a world so grand Would be gorgeous but oh where ns thus land? If such a land could ever be It would be just the place for me Many others I know would follow my way And stay for many a lovely day Dorothy Radtke 4B VANITY What ns Vamty anyway? Most men would say xt s one s prnde ln hlmself and lf they wanted to gnve an example of vamty nmety nlne out of a hundred would say Take the girls and women who spend hours fixmg themselves up Why nts perfectly scandalous' Im glad men dont fuss around llke that for sxlly vanltys sake A man mxght take a glance at hnmself nn a mirror once ln a whlle but that s all Well yes and then agam no are the only ex presslons that would correctly fit thelr statement I won t deny that women do fuss around a lot And I wxll admnt that men look nn the mnrror less than women do But wlld horses won t make me agree that women have more vamty than men for the mens own statement proves xt Men always assume that I cannot be Improved ar thus havmg more van1ty than women When they have a pncture taken they don t worry about how they look They re ready to pose any old txme They re so sure of themselves that the few tnmes that they do look ln the mlrror a smlle of satnsfactxon IS on thenr faces because they re so well pleased wnth themselves Although a woman spends a lot of tlme lookmg m the mnrror she does not do it for the sake of admmng her own reflectlon nor to admire her own beauty but to see where she can lmprove xt You see her constantly powdenng and pamtmg her face If she were va1n she would be sure of her beauty and would not thunk of lmprovnng nt Before concludmg this theme I Wnsh to add a note to the boys that feel that thus vamty busmess strnkes home There IS an exceptxon to every ru e Lorame Zaw adskx 3A V D Y . 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I ., ' J - - ,J L' ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Years ago the edrtor rn chref of the first Cour rer rnaugurated the Acknowledgments thankrng those who had been rnstrumental rn ardrng rn the publrshrng of the Courier As trme went on and the enrollment of the school rncreased the Ack novsledgments mcreased proportronallv and novs an entrre page rs devoted to thankrng those vsho hare assrsted the Courier Staff rn therr work Our thanks are extended to Mr Frederrck W Schacht who greatly arded work on our semr annual through encouragement and advrce W also vrant to express our gratrtude to Mr Ferdl nand Zxpf who suggested and crrtrcrzed and to those teachers who went to the trouble of rtad mg galleys for us To Mrss Elrabeth Campbell we wrsh to express our deep apprecratron both for trrtlessly answermg our rnqurrres and for the support she afforded us rn all our projects M George Dasher and Mr George Arken also helped us greatly by therr advrce and assrstance Th faculty rs also thanked for therr unfalterrng co operatron rn excusrng members of the Staff from drvrsron rooms rn helprng the members rn therr work on group prctures and on the crrculatron and rn excusrng puprls promptly rn order that they mrght have therr prctures taken And we certarnly can never thank Mr Claude Smrtter who stayed on the set most of the trme for four days and efhcrently assrsted rn drrectrng operatrons The room presrdents have also arded rmmeasur ably by tellrng the students about the Courier and takrng charge of the subscrrptrons In grat ful apprecratron of thrs splendrd help the Courrer gladly presented these room presrdents wrth therr group prctures 'lhe entrre Staff can never thank Mrss Marre McCutcheon for her trmely suggestrons and ard Mrss McCutcheon also allowed her advanced class to ty pe Courier manuscrrpts and our thanks are extended both to her and to the typrsts Mr ohn J Kehoe prmted the 4A Actrvrty Lrsts and the trckets used rn the group prctures For hrs advrce and help we express our deep apprecratron The statrstrcal lrsts that helped us to gather the facts used rn the Courier were obtamed through the ofhce and our heartfelt thanks are extended to the ofhce force who made possrble the comprlrng of these lrsts We also thank the student secretarres vrho looked up names and other statrstrcs essentral to thc completron of our work The G A A Edr tor vushes to thank the gym department espe crallv Mrss Jessre Anderson for rts valuable srstance and advrce The BAA Edrtor thanks the boys gym department especrally Mr Frank Young for assrstrng hrm rn hrs work Our sm cere gratrtude rs extended to all the club sponsors who gaye rnformatron and answered numerous rnqurrres Wrthout therr help wrrte ups could never have been made half as mformatronal and rnterestrng Our Lrterary Edrtor rs deeply grate ful to those teachers who submrtted maternal read storres and themes and expressed therr oprnrons on them She also thanks the wrrters of the prose and poem contrrbutrons For hrs rndrspensable ard the whole Staff srncerely thanks Wrllram Wolf Our Office Secretary wrshes especrally to thank Vrola Almgren and Mrldred Anderson who as srsted her wrth the technrcal srde of the Courier work Eleanor Enrr rs thanked for her assrstance to the Socral Edrtor Our thanks rs also extended to Ruth Perry who took actrve part rn Courier work though she had no connectron wrth the Staff We are also grateful to the 4A Class Oihcers and therr assrstants who helped us take care of the rn drvrdual graduate prctures Our Busxness Managers wrsh to thank Joseph Przzato for helprng them rn therr work Our deep apprecratron IS expressed to Mrss Mrldred Taylor and the Fenger News Staif for therr co operatron rn extendrng us much valu able publrcrty To Mr George Beals we also wrsh to express smcere thanks for hrs encouragement For the charmrng prctures that adorn the Cou Helen Vrzard enough for rt was through her crrtr crsms and suggestrons that the Art Edrtors man aged to produce such excellent work Members of the art classes who also assrsted rn beautrfyrng our semr annual are Josephrne Zolphe Edward Pacewrcz Ralph Gault Mrldred Bohman and Dorrs De Vrres Therr efforts are deeply apprecr ated by the entrre Staff The lovely posters that were made for the Courier and posted rn the halls were executed by Mrss Edna Marlm s art classes and our srncere gratrtude rs expressed to the arf rsts who thus lent therr abrlrtres to assrst us rn our work Our final but deepest expressron of apprecratron we have reserved for our teacher and frrend Mrss Ruth Wrnslow Robrnson sponsor of the Courier Wrthout her energy and advrce thrs book could not have achreved the state of perfectron rt now e joys Because we fully realrze that we have not men troned all the names of those who helped us rn any way we wrsh to dedrcate these last few lrnes to them and thank them from the bottom of our hearts for therr assrstance and the trme they deyoted to thrs project therr Courier and ours Lrllran 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I' , V. , 3 7 . . n ' 4 , as- - e . . , . 9 ' - ITTOSSI' O The B Ines College th the Un ty Atmosph F ou for h Hugh Type of Employee f De elops ONLY UR SCHO ADUATES L NO SOLICITORS EMPLOYED U6 Souih Michigan Avenue Chicago Randolph 4347 B U S I N E S S C L L E G E 'S' si ere- om s f e F O Y E A R H I G H O L G R E N R O L E D Bulletin Free on Request A I 'hi C l d Recordmg tntxllatmg txd bxts and sagacxous solnloquxes e af of that classy class THE 4 X S jANUARH The month yyc make all our good resolutnons and break them Announcement of Coumr Staff members causes temporary boom nn hat lndustry R Xlarabann and E Dahlberg pun nuy feathers on headgear nn form of hngh G A A ofhces The Prom A good txmt yy as had by all after nt Mr Schacht gets hanrcut and IS mistaken for freshman The older the school groyys the smaller the frcshncs comm. I must bt the depressnon IFBRUARY Late to bed And early to rxse Is yyhat gxyes us These ple eyes MARCH the teachers don t knovy vxon t hurt us Internal lmproyement made on A 'VIcCrone Agnes and appendut doing yyell Tears freen on pupnls faces on array al back to school When man bntes dog lt s nevys S Gunn vyants to gam ayolrdupoxs Comic yalcntmes make ey ery body happy D Moran appears vylth shorn tresses Makes one look so much younger you knoyy Mntkus sets Penger aflame vuth fiery naxls 4A Class told by R Perry that most of us haye tyyo parents X ery nnterestmg Ely recexyts optxcal decoration by falllng nn pool Other fellow has no Hllbl 4A s fact cameras Eds xemann behmd to pack up p1eces The he1ght of blmd loye P Peterson kxsses oyyn photo Says looks so much luke hum APRIL O for ye w1sh1ng rung' Ah Death where be ye stung' Ye unhappne monthly card Too manne dees doth brmg' The Strxkc Part of school stands outsxde looklng 1n Rest stand msxde lookmg out E Johnson collapses Easter egg contams egg Extra' Extra' C Taylor mlstakes program card for menu Ask her for partnculars Q A Walters found standmg m Aprnl shovyer Is trylng to ra se moustache Water on bram now common complamt Papa and mama blrds eve F Ballou s head hopefully MAY Everytlnng comes to hlm who wants fExcludmg some gurls vyho haye to hunt dates I' Asmus bakes cake for party and causes stampede Quo! toward the doorj S Mules Coumr humor ed goes crazy ID quest for humor Tnnds rest of staff en route E Rntchell types enough Courier stories to plaster school lNeyy hall guard battle cry I-I lt or I fire QINO I dldn t stop ask what And IT-Cllllfltf IS ln the hands of xts publlcl' JUNE Semors motto To err ns human admlt lt ns foolish W Carlson sxts on fly Asks nf anyone heard funny nonse R Otto executes fancy figure ftallspmj on tenms court Prom leayts partncxpants hot and bothered Fytrybody happy cspeually 4Bs 4A s graduate BASEBALL Hut and run pohcy of nmmnt Roggey een knocks em cold By lzllmn Mafnassy Erghl J . .. 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ILIINIDIEN IIDIRIINWVIINKG CU 507 JVfUJLLlHH1T1 JHEIFIFIEIRHGQDN .WIRIEIUV CTWIIQIAGU IIILILIINUIIJT up fi M EUUILILIEKEIE NID HHIIKBHTY .U'CET'V11CIDfUJ PUUBL IC!-NVIIUN IPIPJHQHV EPJ 3? i 4. 3455235 JQTOKJIICQTS Qf ILHUUZS 1 ll A II IL ggm H2232 i i" THE SLEEPING BEAUTY There nas once a beautnful -' Sennor named Naomn Floyd Q who sngned up for U S hns tory wnth Mrs Fenn Her parents had great hopes for her when she told them that she was surrounded by john Drenth Nellne Kunken Papas Talns and Claudna Renhult who had promnsed to help her wnth as sngnments But there was a wncked student vshose name was ames snttnng on the other snde of the room who stayed after class and drew a row of sheep across each page of the Beautys hrstory book So every day the evnl charm took nts effect Our heronne could not refrann from countnng the sheep and promptly went to sleep But after one hundred days of thns a substntute came to the room and when he heard the story he determnned to save the Sennor He valnantly made hns way down the ansle through the out thrust feet of An drew Hentzman Alexander urevncz and Flora Granese and exchanged the bewntched book for ig hns own Then he softly jerked out one of the mandens hanrs whereupon she opened her eyes and sand Where am I9 But the substntute went back to hns desk started countnng sheep and nm mednately went to sleep THE F RESHIES MEET A DRAGON He ns nenther man nor woman He ns nenther brute nor human He s a ghoul It was untold ages ago Seven lnttle freshnes wandernng down the second floor hall south sud denly stood petrnfied nn terror and screamed They huddled m a frnghtened group and chattered ex cntedly What was nt? gasped Rose Debrezenn It was a hnppopotamus sand Sadne Sn nt was too sknnny for that I thnnk nt was a tnger sand Sonya Margaret Sabo contended that nt was a camel and Gnzela Peters cast her vote for a zebra Eda Bartoln and Irene Lemperger both agreed that nt was much too terrxble for any of these Danny Kneradlo jenny Currer and Mnldred Larson stopped by on thenr way to the fourth floor to find out what the excntement was Bogosnan and Flynn trying to shove thenr way nnto the boys gym remarked that the gnrls were blocknng the way Ballou and Lyman who had joined the crowd bravely volunteered to approach the crea ture agann In a mnnute they were back vsnth deathly whnte faces and sand that the ugly thnng had roared at them flt was really just a bonster ous Courner meeting J The mob bolted for class as the strange annmal leered after them May the green and yellow horsne always scare lnttle freshnes away so that the exalted semors fwho fear nothnng not exen the multn colored monsterj may ednt the Courner umnterrupted 1 Selah H ORATIO ALGER INCARNATED Mr Morgan J Mortgage Q H was not qunte so prosperous IQ 6 as he had been nn the good J s old days Mr Mortgage was a bng busnness man and had a W 455, QI very knnd heart He had de veloped a democratnc feelnng Ld by befrnendmg poor chaps on street corners and gnvnng S10 bnlls to tramps Now that tnmes were changed of course he sometnmes felt as nf a gnft of S10 from someone would be welcome to hnm But stnll he dnd the grand thnng and rolled up to the munncnpal flophouse nn hns lnmousnne to get hns good frnend Benny jones Benny was a line man he just had had a streak of bad luck that s all Mr Mortgage thought nn hns knnd old heart that a good warm meal of home cookmg fMrs Mortgage rengned nn the kntchen now and was really a pretty good cookj would gladden the soul of Benny And eems he sand to the fanthful chauffeur fbutler valet gardener brother nn law alsoj stop at the delncatessen to get a loaf of bread for the mnssus Jeems stopped and Mr Mortgage groped nn hns pocket for a dnme A blank look came to hns face Oh I guess I haven t any change wnth me he sand Benny delnghted to help hns benefactor fished out a lone quarter and handed nt to Jeems eems went nnto the delncatessen and came rnght back out Say mnster they can t change a quarter nn there he reported For a mnnute Mr Mortgage was stumped Then the bng busnness nn hnm came to the surface I-Ie borrowed a nnckel from Benny phoned the U S Treasury department then came back to the car and wanted In a lnttle whnle an armored car drew up to the curb wnth a clatter of attendant motorcycles Two unn formed men jumped down one took a small bag from the car and they proceeded Two men marched nn front armed to the teeth and two men followed them all wnth drawn guns The center man carrned hns precnous lnttle bag nnto the shop gave the proprnetor change for a dollar nn dnmes and then the whole processnon departed wnth a flournsh jeems got the bread and they all went home But Mrs Mortgage felt qunte nnsulted because she drstnnctly remembered tellnng Morgan that she nn tended to make bnscunts for dnnner Nmrly Pour Y I . o .. v - I , I 7 . v I . - 1 XXV I b 1 T 1 . . 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T - - , X 1 1 . + ...-..-..- .-. -.......-..-..-..-.. -..-...-...-. - ..-. -...-...-..-..-..- .- .-. 4, OUR BUILDING 'VIATERIAIL GUARANTEED PERMANENT Once upon a tnme there were three lnttle pngs one was called Barney QMath ewsj one was Wnlly CCook Q51 731.4 llkx- lu and one was johnny fPered 3910 I ,jj 1 a and they all lnved nn 228 But Mnss Thomas sand mi l A You re 4As nov and you must all go out and seek your fortune So the three dear lnttle pnglets set out They all started on the first floor and began to work thenr way up Where wnll we sleep5 asked Johnny Oh we ll have to bunld us some houses Barney sand They met a janntor wnth a bng bag of waste paper and Barney decnded to bunld hnm a home out of paper So he pnled nt nn the foyer and burrowed nn Wnlly and Johnny went on up and nn the lnbrary they met Ella Chrnstensen wnth a wagonload of books When Mnss Fluke wasn t looknng johnny coaxed Ella to let hnm have the books johnny stacked the books nn neat lnttle walls nn the second floor foyer and settled down And now poor Wnlly had to journey upward all alone except for Sndney Pnersma and Nnck Behme who were just watchnng but on the thnrd floor he met Ruth Malmstrom and Helen Shnff man on the gum squad and they agreed to let hnm bunld hns house out of gum So he made a very resnlnent house nn the thnrd floor foyer On the Hrst floor Maxnne Mnller Anna Padzukas and Sophne Pocnus havnng the good of the school at heart pncked up the messy paper nn the foyer huffnng and pufling wnth exertnon and stuffed Barney nnto the waste basket by mnstake On the second floor Mr Hays trnpped over Vnctor Swan sons feet knocked down Johnnys books and huffed and puffed trynng to get hns breath Ruth Perry and Mary Ban collected them and put them away But on the thnrd floor wnth a huff and a puff and a puff and a huff Mnllne Anderson Esther Kuch and Stella Petrowsky all played leap frog over Wnlly s house wxthout phaznng nt nt always bounced back So Wnlly lnved happnly and stncknly ever after RED RIDING HOOD MEETS A HALLnGUARD Lnttle Atea Red Rndnng Hood trnpped down the hall Q wnth a basket of notes for 5 H Mnss Penalty hour She sang :Q J , as she bounced along and li L 5 QE . from tnme to tnme she stopped to gather bnts of chalk and pencnl stubs But she soon wandered out of her way and came face to face wnth a ferocnous Hall guard fhe had a pleasant externor but he was a wolf nn sheeps clothnngj Lnttle Area was an nnnocent babe and she pnped Please can you tell me where I can find Mnss Penalty hour? The cunnnng Ed gar Karlson slnpped on hns dnsgunse and sand wnth treacherous sweetness Why my chnld I am 'vlnss Penalty hour Oh but Mnss Penalty hour what makes your arms so long? Suddenly the Hall guard jumped out and bellowed THE BETTER TO GRAB YOU IF YOU DONT HAVE A PASS And poor lnrtle Atea Red Rnd nng Hood was so frnghtened that she ran home The fiend nn human form kept her basket of chalk pencnl stubs and notes SO SORRY ME OONGILITCH ISS WERRA POOR Mrs Smnth was very upset The wolf was at the door and as for money she had much Larson she needed Her credntors had decnded to Becker to the Wahl and Blocker retreat She went to the door to see a lnttle man nn a Green jacket He began Now ma am aoout that car Why don t Cha just pay me and be done wnth nt? just because I dont Fnlak nt she snapped That car ns some Swnndle The motor s Mnsknn That ann t Wrnght' ust then she heard the baby cry and ran nnto the house She yelled Hey Wnllne dont feed a I-Iull Appel to the baby you ll Choquette' And get away from that Stover I ll spank you If you want to Cook you mnght Boyle some potatoes for supper You knds dont have to act as nf you came from the Fejes She rushed to the door at another knock Thns tnme ns was the Taylor Now naadam Ive come Reguly for two weeks You really Otto pay me If you dont I ll take nt to Korte Sa bo what llI use for money ya old Fox? she sand as she slammed the door By thns tnme Wnllne was teachnng the baby to play mumblety peg Fnrth you Toth up the knnfe he lnsped Suddenly a Schreck came from behnnd the house It was Howard who had a bad cold Baba cub qunck I was Brunnnng the tree and my ladders Zlnbnn Gee you re a Baumgartner hns mother sand as she helped hnm down As she came back nnto the house Mrs Smnths relatnves came troopnng nn Her Uncle Ely acted as spokesman Hello Maude Howes trncks9 Arvna got enough Froom for us nn here? We ann t got no Holmes and thns ns Moorhaus than you need Mrs Smnth mopped her brow But there s not a scrap or Bohn nn the house to eat You bums Doolnttle or no work and never earn your board In an nnstant the baby came to hns mother s de fense He waved a Gunn under Uncle Ely s nose md yelled QContnnued on page 1071 O If Hu ndref v U L y x - nl ' - 1. - - - I n - - . s s 1 2 j ' n u ' Q l - . " ' I 'l ' I rs , , , . -1 . . ' - ev X , J, . .- Y '.1,, ' 1 ' I 5 . . . B . nk- n J, H - -- l ' . . ' . - v .1 ' ' ' V , :SA 2 fr n 1 V - , . n ' - ' 9 r ' ' Y! ' D! X 1- 1 - n ' 9 9 , ... . , . ' ' 1. Q j 9 8 3 ' . . . , . . ,, , . ' QQ 1 ' ' Y! . , . . . H . . , . . . . . . , . ,, - , J ' If ' ' I ' ' a 1 s , W' n . . . , ' y . . . , . a 1 ' . . . . ,, , . 9 D ' , . ' ' ll ! ' 7 ' 3 . . , y s , - n Y 3 ' ' ' I! ! il ' Y 9 3 ' ' 9 . . H . 1 y s ' - 9 . ,, . 9 ' 3 ' . , . . . . . ' 3 . . . . . ,, . . . . . , . I ' ' 31 ll I . . , ,, . . . I . . , , . 7 1 ' . ' 4 1 - 4 A '. . 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Dear Bill Now the latest thing they ve started talkin about is closin up our schools Ain t that heck' Here we are half way through the semester and thev go an start that Damed if I like the idea of me slay in my head off to get Civics an Latin an Algebra an all the time thinkin Thank Gawd only 16 more weeks of this and what do the lousy thugs go and do? Say they ll close our schools and no credit for us if they do that just think Bill I couldnt even graduate Here Ive gone and got my picture took which will set me back S9 S0 in all as I was doing it in style And what s more Im on the Courier four year book Billj Staff as humor editor Qby the way do you know anything funny7j and are we going to be left holdm the bag if the schools close' just Sl 500 in the red that s all No kids to buy the book fWhat a sweet fixlj An lissen Bill another thing' You can t eemagine how the teachers are sufferin It d break your heart Bill Here the good ol scouts plug along month after month without a penny Bill without one single penny How they eat Gawd only knows They lose their homes and the grocer and butcher give em the works Why Bill some of em are gom nutty what with worry an all Ain t it a crymg shame that them big crooks has got a fins. big city like Chicago by the neck so that eyen though an it s a true as yer alne fact Bill 909 of the taxes are paid it just rots in th banks and the dirty rats on the Board of Educa- tion an the sainted an holy Citizens Committee go right ahead gyppin the only public spirited people in this scummy town Any one of these here teachers is worth a hundred of them skunks down at the city hall Now as man to man Bill Im here to tell you that it s up to you to put the skids under that bunch of toughs that are tryin to run Chicago We need dough an we need it quick an since dear old Chicago won t give it to us we gotta get it from the R F C After all it s a much better risk than these here now bankrupt corporations and all the ol money grabbers ust standin by to get their lunch hooks on a R F C oan Lissen Bill have you a little kiddie in your home? Sure you have or if you don t you should have or will haye or your sister has Anyway Bill think just think onct You don t want he should grow up to be a ignorant brat do you? Maybe play on the streets instead of goin to school an likely turn out to be another thug like what Chi cago is famous for I ll say you wouldn t B ll Ill tell the world you wouldn t A Hne man like you wantm your boy to be a ganster7 Thats a ot sketch So Bull put yourself in our place Think of these little kiddies an say to yourself il that bunch of 11114 rs strangles the schools oy er my dead body an mean it Bill Yer pal SHOILEY PS Say Bill the next time you come to Chi come on out an haye frankfurters an apple fritters with Regards 'QXXXKV ' f frrr ,lr-vt a J c f 'Illlllllll' fl X. 5, ' M X P B 7 Jw' 40 ffl I7 M 1111114 VI' S V RE slmuuq 'rucklfs nl rn: woes: snow Eg-'CJ '4 ,rf V 5 9' Wx! C lb I W2 I' j M '?4if O Hu1fefTb e 7 A, . V, . . . . . , . 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Sixtcrs h 7 Rough .md ready Hold that pose Nhth. studcnti Ifour little maids H can XXv0lJClXN'.lY'kl By th - .1 'c I,UI1.llLl 47111111 Jim a!ni..1.-- 1. -.ui 1.-1-.--.---1 1 1.-..-. 1 .-. ,1---- nl..-ni. .- - 1 -. .---.- -. -...--...-.i, ' The name of BANKS IS assoc1ated with that of I I Good Photography I The students of FhxGER HIGH SCHOOL have assxsted us nn ma1nta1n1ng thxs env1able reputatxon BAN S STUDIG 11409 Mlchlgan Ave Pullman 1016 GIRLS' Did the bow friend seem mattentnc when sou told hmm tomorrovs ns sour blrth dn? Hou Nccd a Facml' Sklnncm Bcauts Parlor Robert Magmal Proprietor Operators Lotus Adams and Irances Qompbcll SHOWING XT THE STATE The Three Vloskecters Wnth Hemog Cawaletto and B1rmcr A stnrrmg pleturc of dexotlon Let us mstruet you ln the eorrcet use of Englnsh How to xxrxte frxendlx notes stern notes hostlle notes For In extra S100 Informa tlon on plssmg them IS 1lso gxsen Lottxc Lecgvxater and Hilda Vertleh Gettmg reads for stil? exams? Let us eoaeh You m hnstorx Call Llbcrtx 1776 N1attcaz1 and Rodella COXIE TO PROVISO Worlds most wonder ful superb and supernor sehool Altcnbcrg publleltx agent BERZINSKY GROCERY AND MEATs 401 W 117th Street Pullman 0650 f ff- ff I 1 if Avo wow ro :ma-r EYDKI ' 5 1 USM ,T WAS R4-1E If I 31 f f f :sv f ,. gf ? rar-U 6 Mm-Nw Nonlhl 15 11qugggg9 'ff'-"X 1 LL 4 D f l' neun cAusE f 'Y' I5 Su-muexl ! .101 I X, I ZIV Qfygfjbk nl UN T09 AND Penne AT I TNC BUTTQ 4- Ll:-'File I!! 46 E Mlgqybi' f f l One Hund ed Fur I I I . . I I S I E . . . . . . 0 Q I I I I 1 I I I 1 I I I I ' ' I I ' I I I I I -lr-..-...-..-...-..-....,-..- - .. ... -..- -...- -.. -. - -. ..... -.. -. .. -..-. -..-..-..-...-..l. 1 - . , ,, , Y A, - - .p.- .... -. -..- .-. .. .-. - .-........ , .....--- , .. - .-. - .. -.,-.,,5, I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ' I I I +-..-. -.. .... . -. -..- .-.. ...... . .... ..-..-..-n - -. -. -..-. - -. - - ........g. ' "'fl'," """ "'a In "" ""' ' l""'72, ' jf? 2 . 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I l 'eg v X? 216401 S -QES, p Jr, MI 4 VN 'JVM OH' SOME DAY oe men x v F 4 one 4' ' 1- 1 I 19 lf Q 225 4 - Q Xu- , f x if ' V4 Asa WHAT ARE FEET FOR? ump out of the car fthank goodness a rxde thus mornmgj-on the school steps mlss my Latm book Hold that car' -dash back find book mto the buxldxng 1 mnnute to 8 00-down to 135 Mxss Smlth c n I go to my locker nts too late now prle coat lunch brnef case etc on seat behmd me-Oh-Oh forgot to sxgn for Courler have to go after first lst perxod over take coat to locker get typlng paper rush to Couner room sxgn IH get to typxng almost m tlme-end of second to d1v1s1on stop at locker to get algebra book make speech ln 4B dnxsnon Where on earth rs 2197 a last the lnbrary rush to algebra darn' forgot my It s dlfferent TASTY BARBECUES 11507 0 S0 Halsted homework thank goodness my algebra teacher IS a travelhng teacher rush up to locker-cant find nt mto dlvnsnon a break for once there xt ns-on and on up and down lose my favornte pencil retrace my steps three or four times to my locker between each class school day fin xshed back to Cour1er Room Wheres Ny berg7 Don t know Fmd hum from first to thrrd floor to first agarn back to Courxer Room theres Nyberg at last-only thirteen blocks to trek home- You look pale-I thmk you should get more exercxse m a llghtenmg qunclf draw my trusty pearl handled BAM" poor mother she just didn t understand Ccntmued from page 100 You Radtke I Keyl you for Detz Let me see the Kalabus on your tram of loafcrs Scram' The language he had pxcked up from the nenghbors was not very hugh class The relatlves left ln a hurry and Mrs Smxth hugged the baby Its Semple when you know how lsnt nt honey? 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