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

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' Q ,' Rf' DEDICFFIV N Because of his ceaseless efforts in behalf , of this community and of Fenqer Hiqh School, and his undying loyalty to those associated with him, we, the Courier Siaff 'of Ianuary, 1937, dedicate this book to , Theophilus Schmid, our friend and neighbor. li is with sincere regret that we musi supplement our dedication with cx word cl deep grief because of his passing. ,A.7.iFEIi.x. . , .2 -. .lx J L.. 'Y is !,...--1 bl- . MR. SJ-IA Ci-IT -' IIR. DASE-IE! ADMINISTRATIVE Frederick wg Sch acht Principal George F. Dasher Ass'f Principal George 1. Aiken Adminixtralirfr' A.vx'l Ella M. Burkhart Azlminixlralive Ass't Harry Beals Engineer, Crlslmliun Illcnnor Campbell Clerk Julia Corcoran Lunchrnom Managrr Etna B. Fluke Hvurl Librarian Harold Graber Librarian Anna Kelly Mahon Page 6 Rosella McKenna Clerk N. I.. Nelson Librarian Martha Samuelson Librarian Sarah E. Schmid Clerk ENGLISH Lois A. Conner English, Drama Ellen De Haan English Josephine Korton Euglixh Esther B. Lunclquist Englixh Hazel C. McNamara English Anne I.. Milburn English Ruth W. Robinson English, Courier Ruth M. Smart English Edna. M. Stephens English Katherine M. Stevens Englixh Margaret E. Taylor Englirh Mildred Taylor Q lfnglixlr Sarah J. Thomas English Laura Vcrlwieven English Vera H. Wertheim English Ruth M. Wise English, German MATHEMATICS George I. Aiken shop Amin. XValLer H. Brill fi1'lJllI4'f1'-Y, Cnllagf- A lgrlr ra lilln M. Burkhart Algebra, Grzrmrlry Dunne C. Cressy Gro IH ei ry Fanny A. Hall Algrbra, Genmrlry Graydon NW. Mumford Grmnrlry, Shop Malia. Gertrude Schuessler Algrhra, Geolnrlry Mildred '1 aylor Trigonomelry, loarnulis 111 LANGUAGES Leon j. P. De Alarid S panish, English Hildegard Mciscltothen German Wilfred McPartlin Latin, French Grace G. Murray .French Grace A. Thomas Latin Myra A. Whitworth Spanish SOCIAL SCIENCE Kenneth W. Dean History, Commercial Geography Peter De Graif Civics, History Lillian Edinger History, Commercial Geography Clara T. Fenn History Sayers A. Garlick Commercial Geography, Inriustrial History, History Heber M. Hays History, Sociology Margaret S. Hill History Gladys Jacobson Commercial Geography Grace B. Lincoln History Ipgeborg K. Olson Commercial Geography Helen M. Rosenberg History Charlotte J. Smith Civics james H. Smith Commercial Geography Nora B. Stevenson Industrial History Ira W. Wagenman History, Industrial History TECHNICAL Herman W. Hoffman Auto, Wood and Electric Mechanics John J. Kehoe Printshop Uda Koerner Mechanical, Freehand, and Architectural Drawing FENGER FACULTY Leslie O'Mara Electric Mechanics Walter Overholzer Mechanical Drawing Julian J. Sykes A' Auto Mechanics Thomas L.,Van Scoyoc Woo:lSho1r John Zinngrabe Mechanical Drawing COMMERCIAL Ida Henicltsman Commercial Alice R. Kavanaugh Commercial Edith M. Kay Commercial Luella Kettlehon Accounting May B. Kring Commercial Ernest E. Lange Commercial Law Agnes R. Maier C om mcrcial Marie McCutcheon Commercial Ethel J. Miller Commercial Helen O'Malley Commercial Helen O'Sullivan Commercial Marguerite Plummer Accounting Edna M. Randall Accounting Walter W. Sampson Accounting Bernice Shine Co in m c reial Claude Smitter Economics, Accounting Jessie I. Solomon Salcsmanship, Advertising A FINE ARTS Wi'lliam R. Burnham Music, Band Maude McCready Music Nelle Green Freehand Art Edna M. Marlin Freehand Art, Courier Ar William E. Musick Freehand Art William N. Trimble Music, Orchestra Helen A. Vizarcl Freehand Art t SCIENCE Maude E. Bailey Physics Emil C. Bennett Chemistry Doris Blachly Botany, General Science Norma A. Deane General Science, Zoology Harriette H. Freeman Zoology Wallace H. Fristoe Physics William C. Reich Physics Leland R. Thompson Chemistry Dorothy H. Towne General Science, Botany HOUSEHOLD ARTS Lena M. Crum Cooking Elsie P. Forqueran Sewing Madeline Johnson Sewing PHYSICAL EDUCATION Jessie E. Anderson Swimming, Gym, G.A.A., Department Head Kathryn M. Bulger Swimming, Gym Wesley W. Fotch Swimming, Gym Margaret Kitzmiller Gym, Swimming Frank W. Knight Coach, Gym Charles W. Palmer Football Coach, Gym Sgt. William Robinson R.O.T.C. E. Frank Young Gym, Department Head, B.A.A. CURTIS BRANCH Louis, T. Cook in charge Louis T. Cook Mechanical, Freehand Drawing Marjorie Glavin Latin, Social Science Beulah Graham English, Algebra, Hause- hold Arts Bertha jenkinson -Accounting Herbert Knight Music Helen Landers Algebra, Shop Math. Elsie Meinhardt Social Science, Art Ida Petriclc English Frieda O. Robinson English Marjorie Schulz Science MOUNT VERNON BRANCH Marion Moran in Charge Marion Brazelton Spanish, Accounting Alice Eddy Latin, English, Music Royal P. Kirchner Wood Shop, Shop Math, Mary McCabe English, Social Science Marion Moran English, Social Science Archibald Morrow Fine Arts Frances Mullen Algebra, Accounting Gorman Pickard Science Stella Platt English, Algebra Alma Watson Science, German Genevieve Wright English, Household Arts Francelia Stuenkel English, German, French Ruth M. White English, Science BURNSIDE BRANCH Cleopatra Wilson in charge john Brinkman Mechanical Drawing, Art Congetta Change English, Latin Margaret De Vine English, Algebra Ethel M. Dole Science Miss King English, Social Science Margaret Robertson English, Social Science, Accounting Charles W. Palmer Gym Cleopatra Wilson Algebra, French, Latin Page 7 THE HISTORY OF THE 4A CLASS This year, in accordance with our theme, we wish to give you a brief account of how the pres- ent class members displayed excellent character throughout their four years of high school. Our story begins in the year of the World's Fair, 1933, when these graduates were merely enthusiastic "freshmen"! With gleaming faces and eager hearts they began their high school careers. Among the many who were members of Curtis Junior High before becoming a part of Fenger were Rose Szabo who won the posture medal in competition with the entire school, and Ellen Jensen, who had charge of the poetry and news stories for the Curtis News staff. Mount Vernon Branch was also a Junior High when the students were 1B's and boasted of a grand newspaper of which John Baer, present co- editor of the Courier, was cashier. Florence Elm and Warren Barnes, also on the Courier staff, were the news representatives for the girls and boys respectively. The present 4A's who are from Burnside Branch were a part of Hirsch Junior High before the Junior High system was abolished, and Fenger, being unable to accommodate all the new people from these schools, had created for it three branches: Burnside, Curtis, and Mount Ver-non, the following semester. Burnside received ap- proximately 200 students, some of whom imme- diately became leaders of their group. Robert Falkenthal not only took charge of the Fenger News sales for his room but for the entire branch. Mount Vernon 1A's remained when it became a branch and Edward Nelson was chosen B. A. A. representative for his room. Marguerite Clark, one of the News editors, and Don Hofstra, who is a valuable player on our Southside Section Cham- pion team, also came from this branch. As sophomores, the graduates continued to dis- play ability. Catheri-ne Stangle and members of this year's Courier staff--Harriet Johnson and Shirley Young-proved worthy G. A. A. repre- 'sentatives and Elsie Nickel won first prize and Clarabel Lundgren a Courier honorable mention in a Quill and Scroll contest. Edward Hawkins became Courier representa- tive for his room. He began early training. When they advanced still further and became juniors, they began to joi-n clubs and after-school activities. William Casson, Warren Hansen, Theodore Koziocas, and Robert and William Mc- Gaghie were admitted to the Hi-Y and Florence Elm and Pollyanna Bergman to the Tri-Hi-Y. It was about this time also that Harriet Nilsen carried away the medal for having the best pos- ture of all the girls. Robert Perry, Marguerite Clark, Dorothy Claw- son, Mildred Carleton, and Jane Dalenberg be- came members of the News staff and later were admitted to the Quill and Scroll. As the senior year commenced, William Mc- Gaghie was elected president, Pollyanna Berg- Page 8 man became vice-president, present Courier staff members Mariella Fraser and Marjorie Carlson became secretary and treasurer, all of whom proved their efficiency as leaders. Edward Ged- goud showed his literary ability by winning first prize in a Courier Literary Contest, and Jane Dal- enberg wrote the 4B class poem and won a prize in the G. C. S. P. G. Contest. The Courier has gained these last two people. Oicers of the G. A. A. and B. A A. respec- tively are Harriet Nilson, president, and Shirley Young, vice-president, Richard Vander Meer, sec- retary, and Rudy Mucha, who has scored the larg- est number of points of any football player in the city, vice-president Arthur Goucher, William McGaghie, Arthur McConnachie, Roger Buchholz, Amy Joyce Haag, Nancy Hess, and Jane Dalenberg were the stu- dents admitted to the N-ational Honor Society this year. The society pays particular attention to the character of the persons admitted. The last semester began, and Robert Perry was elected mayor in a close campaign in which Roger Buchholz was his opponent. Both also were selected for the Courier staff. I-During this term, Edward Sternberg was chos- en president of the National Honor Society, Lil- lian Kluses, vice-president, Astrid Jordahl, secre- tary, and Mildred Carleton, treasurer, all are members of the Courier Staff now. Nancy- Hess, Amy Joyce Haag, Arthur Gou- cher, Clarabel Lundgren, Astrid Jordahl, and Irene Rout.have succeeded in being members of the Phorex for seven semesters and will receive pins at graduation. This semester's Courier heads are Mildred Carle- ton and John Baer. Others chosen for the staff are: Warren Johnson, Melvin Brandsma, Russell Hill, and Arthur McConnachie, for business falso active. members of the Hi-YJ, Robert Nelson, Robert Swanson and Olaf Lofstrand, cartoonists, Victor Balaban, B. A. A., Margaret Aiken, finan- cial, Irene Rout, who had a 'part in Bewitching Betty, and Edith Darvin, interviews, and Dorothy Clawson, publicity and circulation fPage editor on the News last semesterj. Graduates on the News Staff are Marguerite Clark and Warren Hansen, assignment editors, Geraldine Bannert, managing editor, Clare Raat- jes and Virginia Wieringa, page editors, George Murdock, photographer, and Kenneth Zollinger, assistant sports editor. In summing up the life of the class we have tried to bring out our theme, character. The members have built strong characters and deem every step on the way valuable, whether it were easy or diihcult. All that is left are sacred memories of the past and sincere faith and hope for a satisfying future. -Doaormr CLAXVSON. EDWARD HAWKINS. rothy Clawson Cirmlaiion Mgr. ger Buclmholz COURIER STAFF Mildred Carleton Warren Barnes Robert Perry Marjorie Carlson John Baer Editor-in-Chief Branch Mgr. Assoriale Erlilor offifr Mgr. Edifor-in-Chief Kathryn Eylander Florence Elm 4 Venita Kavanaugh Edward Sternberg Miss Ruth W. Robinson Typist Typist Typist R.O.T.C. and Faculiy Advisor Music Editor Robert Nelson Amy Joyce Haag Olaf Lofstrand Nancy Hess Robert Swanson Art Editor Ar! Editor Ar! Editor Ar! Editor Carioorzist Pbolograpbcr ctor Balaban B.A.A. Editor arabel Lundgren IIIl'Cf1!icC"10 Editor ith Darvin lniervie-zu Erlilor Shirley Young G.A.A. EIUIOT Lillian Kluscs Firmncial Mgr. Irene Rout Interview Erliior Edward Gedgoud Humor Editor Astrid Jordahl Financial Mgr. Russell Hill Busi1u'ss ilifgr. Harriet Johnson Literary Edilor Margaret Aiken Financial Mgr. Arthur McConnacl1ie Business Mgr. Edward Hawkins Literary Edifor jane Christensen Financial Mgr. Warren Johnson Business M gr. jane Dalenberg Literary Editor Mariella Fraser Social Editm Melvin Branclsma Business Mgr. Page 9 fr I .K I 1 v , . fishing Pool l my trouble to be in the pool there s room 9 drop some pebbles in I Y ' ' op my troubles too. I have "a cross to bear"-- 1 I 'hate to do- al days now are at an endg t bid them a last adieu. nis sad farewell could be red into the pool, 1ger's vision follow me drop into waters cool. -EDXVARD GEDGOUD. And Away l that stirs in the treetops ld wild and gay, madly sweep our hair ' us far away and away and away. :wo great, absorbing fields rief, slender day n the arms of the supple wind vs us far away and away and away. --JANE DALENBERG C'3NGi33E 916, S.,- , ' ifiafvvrlf . 4 Yi9'3sET7af7w,Z1'-'R 3? :TH 'L -f- ,Fi fu' me Vis a"""4q,E .! 53. fm -N M555 -514121-iN:'wri'fgi1MS?3?diasl9ZiZ r.. iZ4SW54+L R ck'-SYK4rQi?1"i?3R.a?FYE2fl74'5T 339HQfI.T?i"id15f1'H::'WP fiuietmieiiilkf25Bs?1,i5l4,4rJ2??2-a6f'E3iiirJ-'1'.fiZA3nirffr1?I'5.1 T9 v.22w?Fif1'f-Elfiiiii 'ef k?"Q3?l1f'3.tr!'r5Hi1'ab5FbE- TSl?jh'61P'k5'1 mwwsw. fauwivaavzzfwfhwcfmwiwfmxur Pk-615 William McGagl1ie President Pollyanna Bugman Vice-P resident Ma rillo Fraser Secretary Marjorie Carlson Treasurer Announcement Committee: 4A Class Officers THE 4A CLASS COMMMITTEES Program Committee: Russell Hill Irene Rout Robert McGagl1ie Dorothy Campbell Robert Perry ' The Flower Committee: Robert Swanson Jane Christensen Laura Davia Cap and Gown Committee: Jeanne Woodward Edward Gedgoud Edward Sternberg Mo Lillian Kluses Marion Erickson Melvin Brandsma Geraldine Bannert Roger Buchliolz Beryl Bakkers Page 12 Astrid Jordahl MOTTO Less than our best is failure. 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JUANITA ANDREWS Commercial 11157 Eggleston Avenue Hall Guardg Rm. Pres.g Rm. Sec'y: G.A.A.g 3 G.A.A. Barsg Vol. Ballg B'k'tballg Off. Sec'yg Jr. Cit. ROW II THOMAS ANGELOS Grill. Sciwlcv 11411 Michigan Avenue B.A.A.9 5 B.A.A. Barsg Trackg Mar- coni Club. FRANCES ANGELUS Comulercial II244 Watt Avenue A Hall Guardg G.A.A.g z G.A.A. Barsg Vol. Ballg B'k'tball. CHARLES ARENDS Geifl Lrmguage 129 West 1o3rd Place Hall Guardg B.A.A.g Avia. Clubg Jr. Cit. FRANK ARVIA Ge1:'l Science 132 Kensington Avenue Rm. Prcs.g Rm. Sec'yg B.A.A. ROSE ARVIA Com-mrrciul 11576 South State Street Hall Guardg G.A.A.9 1 G.A.A. Barg B'k'tballg Vol. Ball. JOHN BAER Ge11'l Science 11153 South Park Avenue Ed.-in-Chief, Courierg Nat'l Hon. Soc.g Phorexg Rm. Pres.g Concert Bandg Math. Clubg Sci. Clubg "Ama- tuer Sl1oW"5 Cheer L'd'g Letterg B.A. A.g 7 B.A.A. Bars. BERYL BAKKERS GU1l,lLH11glldg! 11945 Stewart Avenue Hall Guardg Rm. Pres.g Glee Clubs Mixed Chorusg "BeWitching Bettyng Jr. Cir. 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ATTILIO BOSCO Comnzercial II444 Watt Avenue Hall Guard Licut.g Rm. Pres.g Courier Repr.g B.A.A.g Jr. Cit. STEVE BRAK Gcn'lScir-nec 11140 Wentworth Avenue Hall Guardg Rm. Pres.5 B.A.A.5 1 B. A.A. Bar. MELVIN BRANDSMA. Gcr1'lSrir1zce 10747 State Street Bus. Mgr., Courier ,Hall Guard Lieut.g B.A.A.g 6 B.A.A. Barsg 4B Prom Comm.g Sr. Hi-Yg Marconi Clubg Sci. Clubg Fenc. Club. ROW II CATHERINE BRUNACCI Commercial II824 Wentworth Ave. Hall Guardg Rm. See'yg G.A.A.g 2 G. A.A. Barsg Vol. Ballg B'k'tballg Drama Clubg Jr. Cit. ROGER BUCHHOLZ GB7l,IS!.'iC'1lFl.' 18 East 110th Place Nat'l Hon. Soc.g Phorexg Photo. Ed., Courierg Hall Guardg Rm. Pres.g Courier Repr.g B.A.A.g IO B.A.A. Barsg Football, jr. Cit.g Sci. Club. DOLORES BUCK Commt'rcinl IOS23 Sangamon Street Hall Guardg Rm. Sec'yg G.A.A.g 4 G.A.A. Barsg "Carnival", Vol. Ballg B'k'tbal1g Jr. Cit.g Span. Club. ROBERT BURK G6'll,I Seiwzec 643 East 90th Place B.A.A.g Jr. cn. GRACE BURNETT Commercial 333 West 99th Place Hall Guardg Rm. Pres.: Rm. Sec'yg Courier Repr.g Glee Clubsg "Ask the Professorng Drama Clubg jr. Cit.g Cheerl'd'rg Span. Club. Page 14 GENEVIEVE BUTTIN Cummrrrfal 407 E. 112th Street Hall Guardg Rm. Pres., Rm. Sec'yg Glee Clubsg"Ask the Professorng G.A. AJ 13 G.A.A. Barsg Sch. Lettcrg Frogg Vol. Ballg B'k'tb:1llg Drama Clubg jr. Cit.g Letter Girls Club. HOWARD BUXVALDA G4'11'lScicnce IOSI5 S. Wentwortlm Ave. Hall Guardg Rm. Sec'yg B.A.A.g Base- ballg Swimn1.g Sci. Club. DOROTHY CAMPBELL GNN! Language 1 1635 Wallace St. Nat'l Hon. Soc.g Phorexg Rm. Pres.g Courier Repr.g Glee Clubg "Amateur Show"g G.A.A.g 2 G.A.A. Bars, Treas. of Jr, Cit.g Tri Hi-Yg Tri Hi-Y Let- ter. ROW III ELSIE CANALINI Commercial 1140s Forrestville Avenue Hall Guardg Rm. Sec'yg G.A.A.! 6 G.A.A. Barsg Frogg Vol. Ballg B'k't- ballg Off. Sec'yg French Club, jr. Cit.g Pub. Speak. Club. I - MILDRED CARLETON Gwfl Language 11311 Wallace Street Ed.-in Chief, Courierg Treas. of Nat'l Hon. Soc.g Phorexg Quill and Scroll Hon. Soc.g Hall Guardg Rm. Scc'yg Courier Repr.3 G.A.A.g Mermaid: 4 G.A.A. Barsg 4B Promg Lit. Ed., Fen- ger News Staffg Jr. Cit.g Tri-Hi-Y Let- ter. MARJORIE CARLSON Gz'n'l Language fl West ruth Street 4A Class Treas.g Phorex Repr.g OH. Mgr., Courierg Rm. Sec'yg G.A.A.g IO G.A.A. Barsg Sch. Letterg Sr. Life Sav. Emb.g Jr. Life Sav. Emb.5 Mer- maidg Frogg Treas., Jr. Cit.g See'y, Letter Girls Clubg Sec'y, Span. Clubg Capt. B'k'tball and Vol. Ballg G.A.A. Repr. WILLIAM CASSON MC'l'l7!IlliCdl 311 West 114th Street Hall Guardg B.A.A.g jr. Cit.g Sr. Hi-Y. DORIS CEDERHOLM COIl1ll1L'fCiHI 9353 Calumet Avenue Rm. Pres.g G.A.A.9 6 G.A.A. Barsg Drama Clubg jr. Cit.g G.A.A. Repr.g Vol. Ball. JOSEPH CELANI Gnfl Scienu' 47 West 124th Street B.A.A.g 2 B.A.A. Bars, Avia. Club. MERVIN CHASE Gwfl Science 546 NV:-:st II9fl1 Street Hall Guardg B.A.A.g Jr. Life Sav. Emb.g jr. Cit. BERNICE CHIPAS Gc11'1Laug1mgc 1072.1 Indiana Avenue Hall Guardg Orch., "Nifty Shopng "Ask the Professor", G.A.A.3 G.A.A. Repr.g 9 G.A.A. Bars, Vol. Ballg B'k't- ballg "Little W0111en"g German Clubg Jr. Cit. ROW I JANE CHRISTENSEN COIlIllIl'fCidI 10756 Normal Avenue Fin. Ed., Courierg Mayor's Sec'yg Hall Guardg Rm. Pres.g Rm. Sec'yg Courier Repr.g G.A.A.g II G.A.A. Barsg Jr. Life Sav. Emb.g Mermaidg Frogg G.A. A. Letter, 4A Comm., 4B Prom. Comn-1.5 Off. Sec'y. MARGUERITE CLARK Gen'lSc'ieuce 10230 Green Street Phorex Repr.g Quill and Scroll Hon. Soc.g Courier Repr.g G.A.A.g B'k'tballg Fenger News Staffg N.S.P.A. Con- vention, Jr. Cit.g Span. Club. DOROTHY CLAWSON Commcrcirzl 9054 Dauphin Avenue Pub. Ed., Couricrg Quill and Scroll Hon. Soc.g Hall Guardg Rm. Pres.g Courie': Repr.g G.A.A.g 7 G.A.A. Barsg Vol. .Bally B'k'tlJallg Fengcr News Stalfg Northwestern Conventiong jr. Cit. SEYMOUR CRASKO Ge11'l La11g11rrge 34 East 117th Street Hall Guardg B.A.A.g 6 B.A.A. Barsg Sch. Letter, Swimm.g Jr. Cit.g Mar- coni Club, Span. Club. JANE DALENBERG GL'll,lLK1llg1IL1gL' 12238 Harvard Avenue Nat'l Hon. 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ROY DROLEN Commercial 9g4 West 1o3rd Place Hall Guardg Rm. Pres., Courier Repr.g B.A.A.g 2 B.A.A. Bars. MARY DUDICH GL"Il,lSl'iL'11C6' 612 East 95th Street Phorexg Hall Guard, Rm. Pres., Glee Clubg Glee Club Letterg Mixed Chor., G.A.A.g z G.A.A. Barsg Girls Cheer. Sect.g Vol. Ballg B'k'tballg Drama Club, Jr. Cit. EDNVARD EDELSTEIN Social Scirmrc IISIO Michigan Avenue Hall Guard Lieut.g Hall Guardg Rm. Sec'yg B.A.A. Repr.g B.A.A.g Swimm. Mgr.g Sci. Clubg Track. FLORENCE ELM Commercial 10017 Yale Avenue Phorexg Typist, Courier Staffg Hall Guard, Rm. Sec'yg G.A.A.g 27 G.A. A. Barsg G.A.A. Letterg G.A.A. Repr.g Frogg Vol. Ballg B'k'tballg Letter Girls Clubg Tri Hi-Yg Tri Hi-Y Letter. MARION ERICKSON Gen'l Scie1u'e 11424 Parnell Avenue Phorexg Hall Guardg Rm. Pres., Glee Clubg "Ask the Professorng G.A.A., 10 G.A.A. Barsg Sch. Letterg Mer- maid, Frogg Jr. Life Sav. Emb.g Fenger News Staifg Letter Girls Clubg Tri I-Ii-YQ G.C.S.P.G. Writ. Award. ROW III SALVATORE ETERNO MC'ClJR71iCdl .140 East 115th Street Hall Guard Lieut.g Hall Guardg Rm. Seciyg B.A.A.g 4 B.A.A. Barsg 2 Sch. Lettersg Baseball, Jr. Cit.g Sci. Clubg Span. Clubg B.A.A. Repr. JEAN EVANS GE11,ILd'llg1l0gZ 11716 Eggleston Avenue Hall Guardg Rm. Sec'y5 Glee Clubg Mixed Chong G.A.A.g 4 G.A.A. Barsg Frogg Jr. Cit.g Astron. Club. MARION- EVANS Gerfl Larzguagc I04 West 113th Street Hall Guardg Rm. Pres.g G.A.A.3 5 G.A.A. Barsg Vol. Ballg B'k'tballg Jr. Cit.g Span. Club, G.A.A. Repr. KATHRYN EYLANDER Co-mmertiul 11634 Princeton Avenue Typist, Courier Stalfg G.A.A.g G.A.A. Repr.g Vol. Ballg OE. Sec'y. VIOLA FALK Cornllzercial 10904 Eggleston Avenue Rm. Sec'yg Glee Clubg G.A.A.g IS G.A.A. Bars, Sch. Letterg Frogg "Car- nival"g Vol. Ballg B'k'tballg Ring Comm.g Jr. Cit.g Letter Girls Clubg Stamp Club. ROBERT FALKENTHAL Gerfl Language 10211 St. Lawrence Avenue Rm. Pres., Rm. Sec'yg Glee Clubg Mixed Chong 'Bewitching Bettyng Chor. Letterg Chicago High School Music Festival. JEANETTE FELEKY Gz'1z'I Language IIG44 Halsted Street Hall Guardg Glee Clubg "Ask the Pro- fessor"q G.A.A.g 3 G.A.A. Barsg Vol. Ballg B'k'tballg 4B Prom Comm.g Span. Clubg Pub. Speak. 7 HENRY FELIX GFIl,lSCiC11CC 10420 S. Union Avenue Hall Guardg Courier .Repr.g B.A.A.3 5 B.A.A. Barsg B.A.A. Repr.g Football Mgr.g Baseballg Tennis, Trackg Jr. Cir., Sci. Club. Page 15 ROW I MARIELLA FRASER Gf11,lLd7lg1ldg0 11531 Normal Avenue Soc. Ed., Courier Statfg 4A Class Sec'yg Sch. Letterq Sr. Life Sav. Emb.g Jr. Life Sav. Emb.g Courier Rep.g Vol. Ballg B'k'tballg Hall Guardg Orch.g Letter Girls Clubg I3 G.A.A. Bars: Mermaid: Frog. JEAN FREEBURN Commercial 10741 Indiana Avenue Hall Guardg Rm. Sec'yg Courier Repr.g Glen: Clubg G.A.A.: 6 G.A.A. Barsg Frogg Vol. Bally B'k'tballg Jr. Cit.g Stamp Clubg Girls Cheer. Sect. MURAD FUNDUKIAN, Gen'l Science 12049 Wallace Street Rm. Pres.g Rm. Sec'yg Courier Repr.g Glee Clubg Mixed Chor.g B.A.A.g I4 B.A.A. Barsg Baseballg Wrcstlingg Drama Clubg Jr. Cit.g Span Club. THERESA GARZOTTO Commercial 11560 La Fayette Avenue G.A.A.g 4 G.A.A. Barsg Frogg Vol. Ball. N EDWARD GEDGOUD Gen'IScie1zcc 10744 S. State Street Phorexg Humor Ed., Courierg Rm. Pres.g Rm. Sec'yg Courier Repr.g B. A.A.g 6 B.A.A. Barsg Ring Con'1m.g Drama Clubg Feng. Forumg Stamp Clubg 4A Cap 8L Gown Comm. PAUL E. GOLLNICK Technical I1If'0lllPl0f? 9737 Prairie Avenue Rm. Pres.g Rm. Sec'yg Drama Club. ROBERT GOODRICH Ge11'l Science 11946 Lowe Avenue Hall Guardg B.A.A.g 5 B.A.A. Barsg Jr. Cit.g Sr. Hi-Y. ROBERT GORIS Tecb'l Inca-niplete 10744 Calumet Avenue Hall Guard Lieut.g Hall Guardg B.A. A.g R.O.T.C.g 4B Promg Jr. Cit.g Sr. Hi-Y5 Marconi Clubg N.C.O. Club: Avia. Club. ROW II ALBERT GOSSMAN Cauzmercial 816 East 88th Place Hall Guardg Rm. Sec'yg Glee Clubg Mixed Chor.g B.A.A.g 3 B.A.A. Barsg Jr. Cit. ARTHUR GOUCHER COIll'llLEYFlHl 107 West 108th Place Nat'l Hon. Soc.g Phorexg Hall Guardg Rm. Prcs.g Courier Repr.g Concert Bandg Orch.g B.A.A.g 1 B.A.A. Bars: Feng. Forumg Track. FRED GRECO Commercial 122 West 116th Street Hall Guard Lieut.g Hall Guardg Rm. Pres.g Rm. Sec'yg B.A.A.g Scl1. Letterg Footballg Ital. Clubg Jr. Cit.g Sr. Hi-Y. ARLENE GUSTAVSON Gcn'lScie1zcc II346 Forest Avenue Phorexg Hall Guardg G,A.A.g Mer- maidg Frogg Vol. Bally Drama Club. Page 16 JOSEPH GYPTA Gen'l Science II418 Wentworth Avenue Hall Guardg Rm. Pres.g B.A.A.g B.A. A.Repr.g Swimm.g jr. Cit.g Pres., Mar- coni Clubg Sci. Clubg 4 B.A.A. Bars. AMY JOYCE HAAG Aff 1222.7 Eggleston Avenue Nat'l Hon. Soc.g Phorexg Art Ed., Courier Staffg Rm. Pres.g Courier Repr.g G.A.A.g 4 G.A.A. Barsg Vol. Bally B'k'tballg 4B Prom Comm.g OE. Sec'y, Art Clubg Jr. Cit.g G.A.A. Repr. REGINALD HAMEETMAN Arcbilectural Drawing 1.49 Wlest 109th Street Hall Guardq B.A.A.g 2 B.A.A. Barsg Footballg Trackg Arch. Club. RUTH HANKEN Ge-n'l Language 306 West Il4Ch Street G.A.A.g 1 G.A.A. Barg Frogg Feng. Forumg Sci. Clubg Pub. Speak. Club. ROW III CATHERINE HANKOSKY Commercial 9117 Woodlawn Avenue Glee Club: G.A.A.g Jr. Cit. HARRIETT HANSEN Commercial II744 Princeton Avenue Hall Guardg G.A.A.: Frogg Fenger News Staff: Off. Sec'yg Jr. Cit.g Avia. Clubg Drama Club. WARREN HANSEN Gen'l Science II422 Union Avenue Phorexg Hall Guardg B.A.A.g 7 B.A. A. Barsg Sr. Life Sav. Emb.g jr. Life Sav. Emb.g Tennisg Swimm.g Tracl-tg Fenger News Staffg Jr. Cit.g Sr. Hi-Yg Marconi Clubg Cheer L'd'g Letterg Police Comm. RUSSELL HARRISON Teclanical I7 West 1o3rd Street Hall Guardg Rm. Pres.g Courier Repr.g B.A.A.4 Avia. Club. WILLIAM HAWKE Ge-n'l Science 606 East 91st Street Hall Guardg Glee Clubg Mixed Chong "Ask the Professorng B.A.A.g 5 B.A. A. Barsg Vol. Ballg B'k'tballg jr. Cit.g Pub. Speak. Clubg 'LBewitching Bettyng '4Amatcur Show"g City High School Music Festival. EDWARD HAWKINS Ge1z'lSciencf' 9514 Calumet Avcnue Lit. Ed., Courier Staffg Phorexg Hall Guardg Rm. Pres.g Rm. Sec'yg Courier Repr.g B.A.A.g 2 B.A.A. 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Sec'yg Glee Club "Ask the Profcssorng G.A.A.: 4 G.A A. Barsg G.A.A. Repr.g Vol. Ball B'k'tball9 Jr. Cit. VIRGINIA STUEBING Gl'll,l Langmlgl 443 XVest 116:11 Street Hall Guardg Glee Clubg Mixed Chor. G.A.A.g jr. Cir. FRED SXVANSON G1'rl'l Scirrln 348 Wfest 1 1 8th Street Hall Guardg B.A.A.g Pres., Marcon Club. ROW III ROBERT SWANSON Gc'll'l Sl'it'1ll'1 1135: Prairie Avenue Phorexg Cartoonist, Courierg Parl' Comm.g Courier Repr.g Concert Band Orclng B.A.A.g ll B.A.A. Barsg Foot ballg 4B Prom C0mm.g Gcr. Clubg Sci Club: Fenc. Clubg Pres., Astron. Clubg B'k'l:ballg Chair., Flower Comm. MARION SWYNENBURG C0llHll0l'L'itl 1I333 Normal Avenue Glee Clubg G.A.A.g 5 G.A.A. Bars' Vol. Bally B'k'tballg Off. Sec'yg jr. Cit.g Tri Hi-Y. ROSE SZABO Gc1z'l Lunglmgl 11564 La Salle Street Hall Gunrdg Ol'Cll.Q G.A.A.g 9 G.A.A. Barsg Mermaidg Frogg Vol. Bally B'k't ballg G.A.A. Repr.g Drama Club. SYLVIA TATAR Commcrcia 9357 Lyons Avenue G.A.A.g 7 G.A.A. Barsg Sch. 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Lettersg B'k'rbalIg SWimm.g XVrestlingg Jr. Cit.g Drama Clubg Sec'y of B.A.A. HELEN VANDER PLOEG Com Ill vrrinl 10048 Wlentworth Avenue 'Hall Guardg G.A.A.g 4 G.A.A. Barsg Vol. Bally B'k'tball. lviouar VINKE Commercial 114 West IIOtll Place G.A.A.g 3 G.A.A. Barsg Frogg Vol. Ball: B'k'tball. HAROLD WAGNER Technical 11516 Stewart Avenue Concert Bandg R.O.T.C. Bandg Orch.g Soc. OfCl1.Q Get. Clubg Jr. Cit.g N.C. O. Club. HOWARD NVALLY Social Sciwzce 10138 Carpenter Street Hall Guardg Rm. Pres.g Rm. Sec,yg Courier Repr.g B.A.A. ROW II JOHN WATROUS Gvrfl Science 509 West 117th Street lB.A.A.g Tcnnisg Avia. Clubg Marconi Clubg Phil. Club. 'XVINIFRED WATT Gvu'IL1mgimge 15: XVest xloth Street Phorcxg G.A.A,g 3 G.A.A. Barsg Frogg OIT. See'yg Stu. Libr.g Drama Club. LILLIAN WAINORIS Ge11'lSrirnc'1' 10139 We11rwortl1 Avenue Hall Guardg Rm. Sec'yg G.A.A.3 Frogg Vol. Ballg B'k'tballg Drama Club: Jr. Cit.g Ring Comm. CLAUDE WESTERVELD Gcrfl Lrmglmge 444 West 1o1st Place II-Iall Guard Lieut.g Hall Guardg Glee Club: All City Chofg "Amateur l1ow"g Mixed Char.: "Bewitcl1ing Bet- y"g B.A.A. Repr.g Sch. Letterg .O.T,C.g Fenger News Repr.g Drama lubg Jr, Cir. RUTH WETZEL Gr-n'l Language 9810 Drexel Avenue Phorexg Hall Guardg G.A.A.: 2 G.A. A. Barsg Mcrrnaidg Frogg Vol. Ballg B'k'tballg Avia. Clubg Drama Clubg Jr. Cit. VIRGINIA WIERINGA COIlI1!1L'l'fTltil 9430 St. Lawrence Avenue Phorexg Rm. Pres.g G.A.A.g 3 G.A.A. Barsg Frogg Vol. Bally Capt., B'k'tballg Fenger News Staff. ARLENE WILSON GUII,lLll1Ig1IllgL' 11437 Parnell Avenue Phorcxg G.A.A.g G.A.A. Rcpr.g 1 G.A. A. Barg Vol. Ballg B'k'tballg Fenger News Staifg Stu. Libr.g Feng. Forurng Tri Hi-Yg 4B Prom Comm.g Frog. VICTORIA XVLODARSKI C07lL1ll6I'Cidl 11216 Stephenson Avenue Hall Guardg G.A.A.g 6 G.A.A. Barsg Mermaid: Frogg Vol. Ballg B'k'tballg Off. Sec'y. ROW III FREDERICK XVOLOWICZ Gwfl Science IIO37 Union Avenue Phorexg Hall Guardg Rn1. Pres.g R.O. T.C. Bzmdg B.A.A.g Tennisg R.O.T.C.g Jr. Cit.g Hi-Yg N.C.O. Clubg Sci. Club. JEANNE WOODWARD Gen'l Science 12230 Eggleston Avenue G.A.A.g 31 G.A.A. Barsg Sch. Letterg Chevrong Jr. Life Sav. E1T1b.Q Mer- maidg Frogg "Fei-zger Frolicsng "P.T.A. Folliesug Vol. Ballg Jr. Cit.5 Letter Girls Clubg Tri Hi-Yg "Amateur Show." RICHARD WYNGARDEN GL'll,l Science 117 West IO7tl1 Street Hall Guardg Concert Bandg B.A.A.g 2 B.A.A. Barsg jr. Life Snv. Emb.g Ten- nisg Marconi Club. KENNETH YONKER Gun'l Science II4OO Eggleston Avenue Hall Guardg B.A.A.g Jr. Life Sav. Emb.g Sr. Hi-Y. SHIRLEY YOUNG GL'1I,ILHI1g1IdgU 614 East Io3rd Place Courier Staffg Hall Guardg G.A.A.g 4 G.A.A. Barsg Sec'y, G.A.A.g Frogg Vol. Ballg B'k'tballg Fengcr News Rcpr.g Jr. Cit. JOSEPHINE ZEBRAUSKAS Commercial 10301 Wabash Avenue Phorexg G.A.A.g Phorex Repr. ALBINA ZEMAITIS Commercial 10645 Indiana Avenue Phorexg Hall Guardg Glee Clubg G.A. A.g 4 G.A.A. Barsg Vol. Ballg B'k't- ballg Jr. Cit. JENNIE ZOLIS Commercial IOf49 Edbrooke Avenue Glec Clubg G.A.A.g I4 G.A.A. Barsg Mermaidg Frog: Vol. Ballg B'k'tballg Drama Clubg Jr. Cit. Page 23 KENNETH ZOLLINGER Social Science 432 East ruth Place Phorexg Hall Guard, Courier Repr.g B.A.A.gz B.A.A. Bars, Baseball, B'k't- ballg R.O.T.C.g Fengcr News Staffg Drama Club, Sr. Hi-Yg N.C.O. Club. The Window Washer Maybe it's the rhythmic movement of his lithe body, and it may be the thrill of seeing the out- side againg but if for no other season than that he is something to watch, I delight in the window washer,s presence. Perhaps it is the sounds that he makes: the squish and dribble of the sponge and pail or the raucous squeaks from the squeegie that attract, or the way he dismantles a class. He enters, bumping his ladder and pail to- gether, clunking the utensils on the wall, as he passes the desk under the none-too-pleasant, crit- ical eye of the teacher, setting up the ladder, wringing out the sponge and getting to work. By this time the class is absorbed in his all-too- interesting gestures. The teacher tries vainly to bring her group back, but she knows it's a los- ing Hght, and sometimes if you watch closely, she'll snatch a glance for herself. By this time he is finished with the inside, and amid glances of awe opens windows long shut and climbs nimbly on the sill and hooks himself up. Gathering up the rest of her shattered forces, the teacher commands the class to read and the class reads between peeks, for nothing short of a fire-drill will end his power over it. Not until he clambers in, folds up his ladder, clanks his pail, and bumps his way out can the class return to matters of importance. With him goes all the interest, all the romance, all the glamour of the whole day, and those curi- ous sensations will not return until the day in the far-off future when he will again clunk and bump his way into the room. -EDWARD GEDGOUD, 4A Fires of My Gypsy October October, like a gypsy In a crimson, bespangled dress, Danced thru' our grove of maples With a flaming torch, I guess, For this morning when I found them, Every tree was a flaming red, And some sifty, ruddy embers On the royal aster bed. Page 24 The elderberry hedges Spread their misty fans of blue, Like the white-hot flames of the bonfires When the wind is blowing through. The golden poplars crackled Just like a merry, merry, dancing blaze, And the meadowla-nds were hidden By a shifting, drifting, smoky haze. And then I suddenly remembered That I heard all thru' the night A rustling like soft laughter While the harvest moon shone bright, And then I knew that Jack Frost's helpers, Whom he calls when he desires, Gathered last night in the meadows To light October's gypsy fires. ELLEN JENSEN, 4A. lst prize, Sen. Poetry, Courier Lit. Cont. We Hear A calm berceuse, A fantasy, A somber little prelude: We feel a tranquil sadness in This thoughtful interlude. 'Tis Chopin. We See A thin, ine, face, Deep brooding eyes, Long tapering ingertipsg A flicker of amusement Is hovering near his lips. 'Tis Chopin. We Feel A faint regret, We knew him not. I-Ie lived so long ago, Ah, yet his compositions live, ' Immortal Chopin dead? Not so! - MILDRED CARLETON, 4A Am QATIDN U 4B Class Officers Robert XVintercorn Pff'Xitfl'7lf Loretta Kummercr Vive-Presirfwzl Eleanor Boak S1'crcIm'y Adelaide Green W Truasu rer i i Dune Nights The wonders of the dunes, their beauty and wildness have been described by many writers, but many forget the enchanting effect of the duneland nights. The beauty of the day and the glamour of the sunset combine to form Won- drous twilights. As one climbs the hills to the beach, leaving the heat of the day behind, each step brings into view wider and wider expanses of gorgeously painted sky till finally moodful and ever-changing Lake Michigan lies below. The bright stars but shortly precede the glowing jewels encircling the curve of the lake. The sand made hot and eye-searing by the sun is trans- formed to a shimmering, cool, white cloak by the moon. The charging waves, with all their wildness and power, their white banners flying above the dark water, crack on the shore. It is only natural that the trivial events and banter of the day drop away leaving the mind in a recep- tive state for thought-silence seems to speak louder than the sounds of the day. Finally one is lulled to sleep, his strength redoubled for the work of the next day. LPETER VANDER PLOEG, 4B Hon. Ment., Sr. Prose, Courier Lit. Cont. "Being Friends" There's happiness in Ending friends, As we travel to and fro, And there's gladness too in making friends, as on through life we go, But the blessedness that never ends, is the daily joy of just being friends. -DoLoREs SIBBERT, 4B. 4B Class The ancients believed that there was an un- known power that drove men on to their destiny. But we in later years believe that it is not this, but it is the action and imagination of our youth that prompts us to take up our course across the great u-nknown. The immortal Shakespeare said, "Our faults lie not in our stars but in ourelvesf' Are We 4B's heeding the warnings that bring to us specters of the grim reality of the future? Are we looking upwards to the top of the stairs or is our sight confined to only the next step? Do we consider that life in reality is to be a repetition of our time spent in securing an edu- catiofn, or are We forming a foundation upon which we are to lay the corner-stones of our career? Shall we be able to solve the problems of life as we are now solving our petty problems which loom so large to us now? Are we making this an im- portant step in our development or are we just filling our minds with facts and calling it a gen- eral education? When the familiar doors and cor- Pagc 26 ridors of Fenger High fade away to be replaced by the stern doors of life, shall we let others form our destinies or shall we use this thing called an education as a hammer in the hands of Thor to open these doors of life. We 4B's will have one more glorious fling as 4A's here at Fenger. We plan to make it a suc- cessful and beneficial period of our lives and not just another toll-bridge in the so-called trail of destiny. As we progress socially, we must realize that our companions of today are not just people of the present but that they are the likeness of our future associations. How many of us consider that our athletic achievements are not just an element in our lives but rather accomplishments in a class in nature's school? 4B classes of the past have accomplished great things. They have seemingly finished school, their foundation of life, with a keen eye for the future. We, in our pres- ent capacity, must do the same! -CHARLES PIIGGINS, 4B. PETER VANDERPLOEG, 4B. 4B CLASS ,,-.. .- .rf--.-,W . . ,. . ,,. . 1. .,- I , ' I . IJ V DIVISION 7505-4B T011 Row-Mannquist, Gilkison, Horne, Swierkos, Stakenas Louzcnsky, Beck, Smith, Zordan. Middle Row-Spannare Succola, Gonska, Boak, Reifschncider, Nespcca, Regal. Bot: font Row-Larsen, Przyborowski, Pieliler, Liskoski, Cal- vetto, Huizcnga, Weaver, Nyberg, Skatkus. Courier Rep-Jones. Teacher-Miss Blachley. LANKY -. Lanky was an old cow hand Who roped them big and smallg His lasso never missed its mark, He always made them fall. His ears were big, his legs were bowed, His teeth were pearly whiteg His hair was red as red could be, And, boy, how he could fight! I-Ie wasn't very fond of girls, They made him feel so shyg And if he saw one come along, Heid run to pass them by. Let's take our leave of Lanky now, And I guess you realize That he will be an old cow hand Until the day he dies. -MARJORIE OI-ILENKAMP, 4B Hon. Ment., Sr. Poetry, Courier Lit. Cont. DIVISION 7503-4B Top Row-Neuens, Morrison, Mazor, Tate, Rigoni, Der- thick, Jacobsen, Lobbes, Smith. Middle Row-Puckoris, Artuso, Moelxring, Kumarowski, Minkalis, Carrier, Ham- mermeister, Adducci. Botlom Raw-Siegel, Aylmer, Bierzy- ehudek, DeKokcr, Johnston, Vallenari, Riedel, Goding. Courier Rep.-Rigoni. Teacher-Miss Thomas. AUTUMN LEAVES Autumn leaves of brown and yellow, Flying, flying all around, Why are you in such a hurry To be lying on the ground? Do you ever stop to think, When from your lofty home you fly, That your place on earth would be Not near as safe as yours on high? Do you dream of wondrous things That you see down here below? Do you think when you are free That that's the place you want to go? But, alas! when from the tree All your fetters you have broke, Then a man with rake comes 'long And all your dreams go up in smoke. -ADRIANA COOK, 4B Hon. Ment., Sr. Poetry, Courier Lit. Cont. GIVING THANKS I XVe're thankful for the sunshine That helped the corn and wheat to grow, We're thankful for the Autumn And the leaves, the wind did blow. II We're thankful for the winter And the wind and rain so wildg We're thankful for the snow drifts That by the way are piled. III We're thankful for the Pilgrims, Who could give thanks and pray When the harvest all was gathered in On that first Thanksgiving day. -RUTH OLSON, 4B Hon. Ment., Sr. Poetry, Courier Lit. Cont. Page 27 sz -QSM 4 B C L A S S DIVISION 5507--4B Top Row-Thurner, Drayer, Vitalis, Yurkus, Kulig, Navigate, Vashik, Klaczak, Albert, Zwitting, Mizfzllc ROTU-SEHVFOS, Basil, Dykstra, Van- dcrloog, Lundin, Zamntosky, Olson, Muskicviez, XVemmcl, Smaidris. Baflom Row--Stelter, Yager, Gabel, Mincinsky, Sward, Wintercorn, Ton, Stewart, Kummerer. C011 ricr Rep.-Sward. Tenrher-Miss McPartlin. DIVISION 3506143 Top Row-Blommaert, Smith, R. Tummino, J. Tummino, Vargo, Zuz- uly, jamroz, Ustryski, Shziifner, Cerovski, Schram. Mizlzlle Row- Fox, Pearson, Rinkach, Kritzberger, Southern, Nagrady, Davis, Bon- ncma, Klnrkn, Graustrn, Dawney, Lucas. BOUOIII R010-Douglas, Penn, Farr, Mikolaitis, Lawes, Fletcher, Gore, jasinowicz, Yos. Courier Rep.-Vargo. Teacher-Miss Henicksman DIVISION 5503-4B Top Row-Burnop, Fulop, Dubberka, Boldt, Berry, Gross, Vinkc, Greene, Hilkcrt, Disz, Cnndlin. Middle Row-Skelton, Heaney, Cedar, Freeman, Sorkis, Herzog, McGinnis, Bandstrn, DcYoung, Albright, Bisone. Boilom Row-Nelson, Bnchus, Cunningham, Scott, Ohman, Fournier, Budd, Bishton, O'Brien. Courier Rep.-Berry. Tmvber'-Mr, Bel-mctg, DIVISION 5506--4B T011 Row-Rohn, Thomas, XVitcl1osky, XVolwicc, Vargo, Walters, Maas, Botte, McVcy, Rickhoff, Pullen. Middle Row-Kay, Bertolozi, Rooney, Van Schaik, Asterberg, Wojcicki, Toth, Reed, Volaric, Nelson, joniec, Czaja. Bofiom Row-Sherwood, Michalak, Boehnke, Gollnick, Dzie- konski, Panozzo, Rakickas, Kubnsnk, Gaal, Wnntuch. Courier Rvp.-Botte. Tencbcr-Mp, Garligk, 55 28nd DIVISION 6505-4B TOP R010-Nelson, Hassan, Stemmelin, Pfannendorfer, Westlund, Pope- IY, Dfukfclllsi Fabric, Dunand, Shevlin, Lewis, Troughton, Vander- YHYQC, Hlggins. Middle Row-Smirter, Kish, Richard, jasica, Zlabes, Barich, Pappa, Davidenas, Sereika, Arnold, Petrcci, Lubert. Boiiom R010-Nonnenmn, Horsley, Bradley, Haag, Groves, Propati, Greear, Benjamin, Jahnke, Sonsini. CUNVWV' Rl'l'--HHflg- Tzfarbcr-Miss Lundquist. DIVISION 1504-4B T011 Row-Boroian, Dixon, Bardolph, Porter, Van Ranshorst, Parkes, MacDonald, Kucinskis, McClellan, Vanderbilt, Lotz, Stevens. Boftom Row-Kausrud, Sicber, Shew, Blom, Prymniak, Storako, Keogh, Oklen- l-ramp, Goris, Boomker, Thorsen. Courier Rep.-Lotz. Teacher-Mr. Lang. 4B CLASS DIVISION 6 5 03-4B Top Row-Sablotny, Tumiati, Shourek, Stoffle, Smus, Prythero, Hawryszkow, Palagi, Herdt. Middle Row-Bruggemann, Petercis, Les- siow, Radtke, Roeper, Rotzhcim, Bulf, Smith, Johnson, Malone. Bol- iom Row-Anastopulus, Lehning, Hickman, Novotny, Vander Ploeg, Willielnisen, W. Anderson, R. Anderson, Cis. Courier Rap.-Hcrdc. Trnrbrr-Mr. Knight DIVISION I 5 03-4B Top Row-Dbl Carobba, Vandersyde, Brolin, Rolnik, Blomquist, Sam- ulionis, Rance, Shemerdiak, Cook, Schoutcn, Anctil. Middle Row- Foote, Gaudio, Sosin, Gedmin, Drasitcs, Collett, Lippie, Vinki, Carlson Drwicga, Sidcner. Bottom Row-Eterno, Gravander, Matras, Lucas Pacholik, Johnson, Harter, Dudzik, Swanberg, McNally. Courier Rcfll.-Gravander. Truclvez'-Miss Crum 0 g and 3A CLASS DIVISION 3509-3A T011 ROW-Bergman, BOWIHHH, Specht, Szott, Mangold, Porsma, Shallcross, Navigato. Middle Row4De Haan, Stamp, Ambicki, Loichinger, Vellenga, Todd, Bardolph. Bottom Row-Mylen McGee, Luisi, Rutkowski, Le Noble, Lindskog, Witte, Wilberg. Courier Rep.-Loiolxinger. Teacher-Miss McCrcady DTVISIONS 1507, 6508--3A Tap Row-Propati, Napoli, Arvia, Pinianski, Petrone, Kaspen, Hiifran, Sromek, Siniurski, Ippalito, Napoli, Abbeduto, Nelson, Paterson. Middle Row-Joniak, Smoga, Vokel, Sten- bock, Myslinske, Miller, De Vries, Andrews, Christensen, Campbell, Anderson, Corriere, 1. ky' lm DIVISION r I 3A V 5 21. Tap R010-Wojc, XVinebrinner, Wolf, Radtke, Hayden, Anderson, Davis, Michalik, Wil- liam, Lang, DcVries. Midrlle Row-Mayer, Greving, Farr, Rylander, Hnighr, Tnmminga, Timm, Scrcelman, Scholvin, Spuck, Nichols, Sytsma, Kowalcsik, Botlom Row-DelCotto Lntvenns, Knysz, Yasdick, Pajkos, DcYoung, D'Adam, Dykstra. Courier Rep.-Farr. Teacher-Mr. Kehoe. DIVISION 2.505-3A T011 Row-Opulskas, Logue, Laird, Erick, Healy, Michaelsen, Phillippe, Martin, Aulwurm Peterson. Mialzlle R010-Watkins, Anderson, Stark, Roman, Peach, Thompson, Holland Hill, Frigo, Cappozzo. Boflom Row-Howes, jnnccek, Olson, Sternberg, Carlson, Dei-nick Lnuriton, Billburg. Courier Rep.-Aulwurm. TffIfbUf'MfS- Wise DIVISION 1506--3A T011 Row-Propati, Smith, Tomek, Ericson, Priess, Medici, McKay, Reisch, Reginato, Rob- ertson. Mizlzlle Row-Mulka, Buckles, Borger, Roman, Ewnniszyn, Wrobel, Przylsorowski Dyke, Oling, Loskill. Boltomkow-Sclm1idt, Thompson, Kaskicwicz, Harrison, Allen Cala- brese, Radkey, Nulry, Bloom. C011,rigr Rgp,--Radkey, Teacher-Mrs. Maier. T-e-r----rf- ii v l, Angio. Bottom Raw-Corcoran, Eddy, Zonderra, Landers, Staff, Kommers, Carlson, Zach- acz, Jocius, Ostarella, Samuels. Conrim' Reps.-Anderson, Propnri. Teachez'-Miss De Haan, Mr. Musick. C-O-U-R-I-E-R "C-O-U-R-I-E-R." Now what can I do with that? How can I make a sensible sentence, the first letter of the first word being "C", the second "O", the third "U," continuing until all the letters of the word "Courier" have been used. This bothered the 3A,s. For several noon- times you could see the juniors walking around in a daze, mumbling to themselves-"What word begins with an "R"?-No, that doesn't fit.-Oh, yes, "Run"-but it doesn't make sense." Fol- lowi-ng are some of the best efforts of the 3A's. Mary Logue-Congratulate Our Undefeated Rudy In Every Run. Faithful Rudy Mucha was there in every play. Our Star! George I-Iaitsma-Can Our Union Reserve Its Every Right? What have you patriots to say, about this? Virginia Brehm-Courier Our Unto Refer Incidents Each Remembering. Read this back- wards. Clever, isnt' it C'o11rif'1' -is where you find the information. Clarence Mattheg-Call Our United Readers, Interested, Ever Ready. Give us a little light on the subject. Eileen Winebunn-Care Of Uniforms Result In Easy Reward. Do you mean personal appearance rewards? William Sternberg-Courier Organization Usu- ally Rear Inspiring, Enterprising Researches. You're too young to know, William. Do you go with someone on the staff? I-Iere's another from William. Cows On Unused Railroads, In Equilibrium Remain. Look out for lanterns! Qllemember the Chicago Fire? That's a hot one!j Bernice Willen-Care Of Uniforms Reigns In Every R.O.T.C. Do girls belong to the R.O.T.C. now? You know all about it. Josephine Greving-Chicago Only Urges Re- spect In Every Request. Reasonable ones? Dorothy Erickson-Courier. One Unit Ready In Every Respect. We thank you. Violet Salukas-Can Our Universities Run In Every Race Why not? Helen Szott-Courier Orders Usually Rise In Every Room. And then came the riot. Courier rep. repeated every day in division, "Have you the money for your courier, today?" You're glad you've bought one now that they're out. Ruth Kiefer--Carry Our Umbrellas Ready In Every Rain. Sounds all wet to me. When you do that, the sun shines, and if you don'tg it pours. How well we know, after we're drenched, that we should have had one. Mary Gore-Count On Us, Respectively, In Every Room. She's from div. 5,509 so now we know where to go when there's work to be done. Elma Rolrna-Can Our Undergrads Real In- teresting Extra Reviews? Sounds a little twisted, Elma, but it'll do. Helen Corcoran-Courteousness Or Uncour- teousness Reflects In Every Respect. Ah, eti- quette! I see it pays to be mannerly. Bernice Anderson-Couriers Of Unusual Read- able Items Expect Readers. That's our goal, Ber- nice. -Hereis another from her-Could Out Uncle Ride In Elmer's Rattletrap? It depends on how much he weighs. Ray Hofstra--Can Ohio University Run Indi- ana's Ends Ragged? The way to find the answer is to buy a ticket and attend the games. Raymond Billburg-Call On Uncle Rufus If Entering Races. What can he do to help? Maybe we'll take the advice. Irene Omiecinski-Could Our Undergrads Really Improve Early Remarks? Afraid not, for spoken words can never be recalled. Alex Leugoud-Call On U.S.A. R.O.T.C. In Every Riot. They'd be a dandy help, had we a riot. Ray Warrington-Can Our Undergrads Read Ivanhoe, Even Russell? What's the matter with Russell? Does he need any help? Phyllis Hansen-Camping Out Upon River- banks Is Extreme Reality. Have you ever had the experience? Itis indeed the real life. Elaine Farr-Chicago Only Urges Reason In Every Running. Did all vote with reason in last election? Ask your parents. Angelo D'Adam-Clean Out Unused Rooms In Every Respect. Do you think the janitors need some work, Angelo? Mary Abbeduto-Cecelia Only Uses Rouge In Emergency Rolls. Sure about that Gertrude Byttow-Can Ollie Ukon Read In English Readers? She's not blind, is she? Or isn't she English? Jeanette Korte-Come On, Ursula, Run Into Edith's Room. What's the rush? It must be a race. Marie Cronquist-Chicago Only Urges Real Interest Every Running. I-Im, politicians! The Democrats roused interest in November, didn't they! Grace Stark-Couldn't Our Upperclassmen Read It Every Rainyday? Saving it for a rainy day? That,s the nicest time to read, don't you think so? Shirley Aulwurm-Courier Oddities, Unusual Replies, Interesting Every Reader. Glad you like them folks! Helen Bloom-Cowboy's On Una's Ranch In- vited Esther Ross. Beware of handsome "old cowboys," Esther, or you'll be "Heading for the Last Round-up." Helen Bloom-Count On Uninvited Relatives In Each Recount. Oh, well, a word to the wise Qwivesj is sufficient. Josephine Greving-Clients Of Unusual Repu- tation Increase Every Return. Whose clients? We'd like to know. Robert Washburn-Can Our Union Really Influence Enlightened Russia? They seem to be doing all right by themselves. Irene Schneider-Can Our University Really Identify Each Representative? Politics again! Page 3 I Z 5 and DIVISION 2jO6'13A T011 Raw-E. Johnson, Davia, Wator, Dunnett, Adams, Cullip, Korte, Kiefer, Vollmar. DIVISION 2508-3A Top Row-Kontos, Lenzen, Schrorh, Graefcn, Bogda, Pannozzo, Evers, Nylen, Gluszyk. Middle Row-Chambers, Arnold, Poeplnu, Gaetano, Haaksma, Brucer, Sach, Westwater, Beemster, I-Iubrich. Bolton: Row-Kunz, Zajack, McLaren, Schneider, Hoose, Johnson, Kuyper, Peterson, Tomasek. Courier Rep.-Brucer. Twfbff-Mfr MUmf0fd- DIVISION 7507-3A Top Row-Brehm, Kcessen, Borchnrdt, Worrliy, Glud, Voto, Duncan, Hansen, Turnbull. Middle Row-Travis, XValker, Rachlirz, Mullins, Spietsma, Anderson, Iwaiz, Irvine. Botfom Row-Verkinder, Moran, Byttow, Pittacora, Daum, Smith, Alfano, Wetzel. Courier Rep.-Shirley Mullins. Teacher-Miss Smart Mirlrllc Row-Boland, Van Howe, Gasperic, Laird, Tamminga, Novatuy, Anderson, Brown Bottom Row-Sweeney, Omiecinski, Marrington, C. johnson, Carnes, Melhorn, Kaster, Nel- son, Wilkies. Courier Rep.-Annette Van Howe. Teacher-Mrs. Forqueran DIVISION 5509-3A Top Row-Gross, Todd, Bright, Vertack, Van Donk, Grapenrhin, Tinnert, Octoleno, Baxter, VerHook, Galloway. Mizfrlle Row-Byttow, Joniec, Hood, Rodin, Erickson, Siblnert, Sluzas, Parker, Grace, Kavalunas. Boflom Row-Glorioso, Hofstra, Sizoo, Higgins, Madrick, Schullo, Matheson, McHugh, Matthey. Courier Rep.-Grapethin. Teavbm'-Mrs. Towne. DIVISION 7506-3A T017 Row-Foster, Lalzountain, Gavril, Larson, Kiedens, Philbrick, Scott, Wasserman, Van- derwoude, Hilaire. Middle Row-Takacli, Gesmeraad, Miller, Solamon, Liptrot, Olsen, Laslow, Kaiser, Reinkc, Rolen, Sutsh, Young. BOff0llIf Row-Boksha, Huber, Schmidt, Bar- ret, Bruckcr, Day, Hackenson, Romba, Wilner. Courier Rep.-Reinke. Teacher-Miss Kavanaugh. 3A CLASS 3A AND 3B LITERATURE THE FAIRY SEAMSTRESS Down in a certain meadow where the tallest of grass grows There lives a little seamstress elf who make the fairies' clothes. I-Ier shop is in a hollow tree, a tall and stately spruce Her sign is but a large oak leaf painted with berry juice And here she works till late at night with ne'er a thought of bed With a sewing kit of needles and the finest of grass thread Evening gowns of cobweb, morning frocks of rose Blue-bell caps, thistle muffs, and sheerest milkweed hose, Fluttery Capes of corn silk, wee snapdragon gloves, Ti-ny lily petal fans-the kind each lady loves. And if I were a fairy I would have a sewing shop, Closets filled with fox-glove shoes, and hats of bright snow drops. Gold earrings of pollen, chains of fresh sweet peas, And shining dew drop lockets would , be my specialties. Yes, if I were a fairy and could choose what I would do I'd have a fairies sewing shop and be a seamstress too. -LORRAINE LINNERT, 3A. BABBLING BABS AT THE BOWEN GAME Who's -pushing . . . Well, I wasn't the only one. After all you donit think I could push this whole crowd at once, do you? Well, I couldn't, I'm underweight. . . At last. . . Gee, wouldn't it be swell if this was a night game . . . with the moon coming up. Wouldn't it be romantic to see them playing in the moonlight, wouldn't that be beautiful? What? . . . They couldn't see the ball? Why you could too see the moonlight, don't be silly. . . Say, Betty, where are the girls? Didnit they tell you where they were going to be? . . . Told me? No, they told you. . . Well, we'll just have to look for them. . . How are we going to find them in this crowd? . . . Gosh, kiddie, look at the coat and that Mary of Scotland hat. . . No, over here . . . that one in blue and red .... Isnit that cute? . . . Oh, excuse me, I didn't see your feet, I'm so sorry. . . Move over, so I ca-n see some- thing. . . Gee, isn't this the cheering section? Bob Perry just scares me to death when he does those flips, I'm so afraid he's going to break his neck. . . Oh, well he wouldn't have far to fall. . . Have you seen this Dean Preston? He's simply darling . . . dark and sorta lean and romantic looking. I guess he's new this year . . . at least I haven't seen him before. . . If you see anyone that knows him, let me know. . . Oh, look, here they come. Don't they look just darling. . . They all run together like a chorus, isn't that cute? Look they're getting into formation. Say, Rudy Mucha is Captain, isn't he? . . . I thought so. . . Don't you just adore his masterful ways. I-Ie was in one of my classes once. Gee, it was thrilling. . . I can't remember everything . . . Let me see the program, somebody, quick . . . who's number two? We don't have a -number two. Well, then I guess he's from . . . who are we playing? . . . Bowen? . . . Oh, they call them the "Boilmakers" don't they? Gee, isn't that a silly name for a football team . . . Oh, what happe-ned? . . . Look heis run- ning away from that guy. . . Why, it's a touch- down. . . Gosh, isn't that thrilling? . . . Who made it? -EDITH Boncr-IARDT, 3A. IT DOES SOMETHING TO YOU "Come on now! You sound like one of those high school bands." Then the strain is played through again and sometimes again until it becomes perfect. Every- one enjoys playing in the band and everyone loves rehearsals,-when they're over. "My boy, for having played in so many good bands, you ought to have this right under your fingers." Everybody laughs because this is plain sarcasm which comes often but is never biting, always good humored. Taking a cornet to demonstrate a difficult maneuver for the cornetists, our revered leader goes through it until he comes to a treacherous high note, if his lip is good he'll play it, if his lip is bad l1e'll point skyward and say: "Then way up high." The whole band follows the cornets and drums for they make a din that would be unwholesome folly to resist. Some day the cornetists feel un- usually buoyant and frisk away in a delightful gallop. Then again, they fall asleep by the way- side and no amount of flail-like baton or tongue will awaken them. At these times we sit back in our chairs and train our ears for the inevitable' results. "Children, again I'l1 have to recite for your benefit the musician's old proverb, 'Stick with the stick'!', Thus is the routine work of the Fenger Band shaping programs. But at football games and concerts comes the revelry. When the band plays stirring marches, the trombones blare forth and slide into harmony with the comets which are being worked to a red heat. The tubas "Oompa" for all they're worth, the drums roll and beat and everybody loves life, including our director, who beams upon us all! -ALVIN FRIEDSAM, 3B Hon. Ment., Sr. Prose, Courier Lit. Cont. Page 3 3 3B LITERATURE OF MY HOBBY The coachbuilding business of long ago is a very dead thing. But have you ever thought of the miniature models which are a new million strong every year? Two summers ago I built a miniature model travelling coach with springs, windows, wheels, and upholstery, and last summer I built a minia- ture model Napoleonic coach with springs, open- ing windows, folding steps, rope moulding, and upholstery. The models are built in a nation-wide competi- tion sponsored by General Motors, and take ive months to build. My Napoleonic coach, which is derived from two famous coaches, the coaches Napolean rode in to his wedding and Coronation, is an exact replica of the originals. The inside upholstery is of white velvet, white moire ribbon as trimming, gold and white cord as edging, white silk curtains, and a white fur carpet. The upholstery of the driver's seat is of blue velvet with gold ribbon, red tat- ting, three hundred gold beads, and gold and white cord. The undercarriage is painted redg the upper part of the body dark blue, and the lower light blue, the paintline being separated by gold rope moulding, while on the roof are four gold eagles and some shell moulding. Out of the entire five months it took to build the coach, I put in one thousand hours of hard work, and eight hundred and fifty pieces of carved wood and moulded metal. The travelling coach is of much simpler design and took less effort to build. It brought me sev- enth place in the apprentice,s competition, while the Napoleonic coach brought me nothing in the master competition but a certificate of crafts- manship. However, I am satisfied with the results, and I like to look at the coaches when I am not feeling well, for they bring me a satisned sense which I doubt I could get from anybody or anything else. -ALPHONSE RUKSTELA, 3B lst Prize, Sr. Prose, Courier Lit. Cont. MEDITATIONS OF AN ASSEMBLY SEAT Yes, I'm only a battered old seat, in section A of the assembly, but I could tell you more about this school than anyone else, for I have been here for ten years. Have I learned anything? Yes, I have. I can do any kind of English. I feel no fear of history, geometry, or physics. Wliy, I can even translate all of Caesar's Gallic Wars. Sometimes I find it quite interesting to study the people who occupy me, in spite of the agony I must occasionally undergo. The first 'period brings a big, slovenly boy, who slumps down into me. After leaping over the books he has with him he lays his head on me and is soon fast asleep. Ah! The bell is ringing. He gets up with a yawn and shuffles out. A little later in the day a very pretty girl comes in. How I love to watch her smiling face. Page 34 It is true she does not study very diligently, she is too busy answering the notes that come from all directions of the room. She has cheered me up so that I hate to see her go. Sixth hour comes next. Here comes that ter- rible boy. He is all equipped with rubber bands and scraps of paper. The teacher is coming down the aisle now. He hastily removes the gum from his mouth and adds it to the collection I already have. There goes the bell, and I'm rid of him for another day. So on through the day it goes, having pleasant and irritable students sitting in me. You wouldn't think to look at me now, with my face full of scars and my vest stuck over with gum that I was once bright and shiny-and proud of my school-girl complexion. -PEARL LUPIEN, SB 2nd Prize, Sr. Prose, Courier Lit. Cont. FENGER'S PRIDE AND GLORY I think I will let my imagination run this eve- ning. Being a member of the band, naturally my thoughts dwell on this topic. I am now that steadfast gentleman who carries upon his shoul- ders the responsibilities of the bands of Fenger. As I step into the band room my ears are as- sailed by an indescribable discord in such a blast as to set them ringing. My appearance is the signal for a dozen students to rush towards me, carrying their instruments, most of which belong to the school, so as to add to the already magnifi- cent collection of dents and scratches which through football games and assemblies they have managed to gather. When order is finally obtained from chaos, my arms in air, instruments poised, breaths drawn in, suddenly "Mr. Burnham, I have 'no music," came a thin voice from the band. Righteous in- dignation filled me, and I gave a short but force- ful talk on getting ready on time. In the beginning of the march the drums monopolize and the rest of the band struggles with a bit of triple-tongueing, a difficult task. Finally they get the swing of the piece and a real bit of music comes forth. It is an inspiring sight to watch these musi- ciansg their youth, earnestness and cooperation al- ways impress me very vividly. Feet tapping, eyes glued to music, they are the very picture of con- centration. Whoa! A trombone player who should have eight measure of rest blares in on the seventh measure. Time's up, band dismissed! From the cornet section comes a high school boy's conception of harmony. I recognize an old tune, "Alexander's Rag-Time Band," played with many an extra frill! The clangor of the bell and presto! The room is empty. Ah! Blessed Silence. -GEORGE OLSON, 3B Hon. Ment., Sr. Prose, Courier Lit. Cont. DIVISION 5510-5B Top Row-Legg, Munro, Charyd- chak, Civian, Blomquist, Moore, Hen- N derson, Dicke, Stone. Middle Row- O'Donnell, Kavcckis, McBroom, Bub- nar, Anderson, Vanderbilt, Kros, De Young, Rukstcla. Bottom Row-De Young, Van Buren, Crawford, Don- alo, Vander Meer, Wirscli, Chiarodo, Yasulaitis. Courier Rep.-Chiarodo. Tmvbcr-Mr. O'Mara DIVISION I 5 1 r-3B Top Row-Beke, Bozc, Matheson, Walowiak, Balachowicz, Malachechcn, Veldhouse, Biro, Trabenda, Madsen. Mirlzllc Row-Wierzycki, Jugin, Em- rick, Lionberg, Czyz, Viani, Fenncll, Briscoe, Kontos. Bollomv R0w-Bic- ner, Scheller, Zercbniak, Mazor, Gal- icj, Braccolino, Brosius, Sallay. Courier Rep.-Czyz. Teacher-Miss Vizard. DIVISION 551 I-3B T011 R010-Zafros, Swanson, Sellers, Summers, Riccio, Walker, Labarbora, Costanza, Toth, Grenicwicki, Toigo, Dixon, Erickson, Hawryszkow. Boi- lom Raw-Panozzo, Becnes, Mehok, Weber, Sukis, Juhasz, Wcberg, Peter- son, Peredna, Woicick. Courier Rvjv.-Peterson. Teacher-Miss O'Malley. DIVISIONS 5508, 5523-3B Top Row-Domogala, Kelbouak, Stankus, Digirolamo,Misiunas, Cudas, Carta, Larson, Torrcnga, Ladislas, Zubricky, McPlonc. Mirlfllc Row- Leur, Sida, Gospodorek, Yalkenburg, Beaudry, Pollay, Faber, Gerecz, Lun- dall, Mcskauskas, Repsis, Carlson. Boflmu. Row-Soucup, Lofrand, Nor- kas, Almasy, Kaposta, Blitstein, Thor- en, Milla, Brooks, Eid. Courier Rep.-Soucup 5508, Tmcbrr-Miss MacNamera. Courier Rep.-Zubricky 5523. Teacher-Miss Bulger. Strange Resemblances as the 3B's See Them Most people think of fruits and vegetables in connection with eating or gardens, but 3A's seem to think of them in connection with their friends. Following is the result obtained when they were asked which friends resembled what and why. Jean XVeber, Rose Marie Kovacs, Virginia Grizz, Bernice Balaisis, Irene Bubnar, Lucille Burgess, Marjorie Nelson, Ronald Bennett, and Catherine Adams have natural red cheeks and so, are like red apples. Florence Megaris resem- bles green apples because she always Wears green. Anna Mae Clancy and Florence Megaris have curly hair, thus reminding one of lettuce. Stella Chudzikiewicz is always fresh looking and neat. Lettuce flet usj look that way, too. Jack climbed the beanstalk and it was, oh, so high and tall. Henry Dekker, Hilbert Nebelsiek, Vera Meslqsuslms, and Gertrude Beenes are, oh, so call, too! Some 3B's have the reputation of being sweet. Since you can't eat them it must be their person- ality. Doris Trenton, Betty Skiller, Eleanor Mil- ler, Marjorie Medell, Lucille, Timmann, Edith Wesse, Jean Langdo, Ellen Schrader, Evelyn Carlson, Sadie Scott, and Valerie Gudas are as sweet as sugar beets. It looks as if the boys aren't sweet, but they are-to some girls, at least, they are! Beets are red and so are the faces of Betty Baer, Steve Czerwonka, Agnes Wells, Olive King, and Marcella HoHman when someone pays them a compliment. "Beets" is the nickname of Beatrice Lenzen. You can see why. Spinach is the vegetable. Kay Rout, Stella Orze- chowski, Jane Janac, Katherine Beio, and Eleanor Miller eat spinach and are strong, husky, and healthy. The sole representative of the boys is Ray Brooks. f"You have to be a football hero."j Crying and onions have much in common. fContinued on Page 38j Page 3 5 9 g nSvJ DIVISION 2.510-3B Toll Row-Savoyski, Medell, Adams, Hanachek, Small, Gollnick, Youstra, Lund, Mutnan- Sky, Borer, Sullivan. Middle Row-Steele, Clmmbers, Lupien, Kubinski, Peters, Bomben, Parker, Miller, Lowack, Larson, Slager, Czcrwonka, Goebig. Bollom Row-Zebrauskns, Conrad, Romba, Winters, Fiske, Iidgren, Vander Vliet, McClanal1an. Courfm. R,,1,-...gzefwonkm Trzwhm'-Miss Murray. DIVISION 6510-3B T011 Row-Verbeck, Ohman, Orzechowski, Slenczka, Simaitis, Rout, Busho, Batthazon, Baer, Jankovic. Mirlrlle Row-Kummelehne, Clark, Oedzes, Veronica, Ogorzclec, Denny, Guyatt, Klausner, Wrobel, Nelson, jonikaires. Bottom Row-Grizz, jobe, Karalius, Vander Woude, McClurg, Massari, Zaclmcr, Verbeek, Rubbert. C0um.,, R,,l,.,Bae,, Teacher-Miss Freeman. 3B CLASS DIVISION 1509-3B - T017 Row-Sader, Capriglione, Chard, Feinstein, Hallinan, Gilkison, Rusin, Chief, Cooper Jamie, Chudzikicwicz, Miller, Kuczwara, Domagla, Pecorn. Boltom Row-Friberg, Boekeloo, Pianto, Wheeler, Selby, Baldell, Raklovits, Tomaczun, Malfronski. Courier Refi.-Cooper. Teacher'-Mr. Zinngrabe DIVISION 7,08-,B Top Row-Van Valkenburgh, Allison, Bonga, Hellinga, Andreotti, Borer, Theis, Srulpinas Smith, Van Haren, Schroeder. Mirllllc Row-Mohr, Bult, Golden, Jennings, Million, Aiken Rutherford, Roggeveen, Micliuda, Bulr, Hinton, Lockwood, Bottom Row-Perlinski, P Andreotti, W'estling, Lucas, Erickson, Smitter, Wesselius, johnson. Courier Rep.-Michuda. Teacher-Mrs. Schuessler DIVISION 3511-3B Top Row-Dekker, Weber, Boros, Bishton, Kennedy, Moenich, Ryan, E. Schrader, Scott Dahlberg, Mora. Middle Row-P. Bichos, Kral, Magram, Starego, Donlmm, Boomsrra Framengli, Gruzdis, C. De Maria, Gravensruk. Baltom Row-Fisher, O'Brien, Honkoskie Nebelsiek, Budrik, Vander Mark, Iliko, Fields, Nebelsiek. Courier Rep.-Lockwood. Teacher-Miss Green 1 x 1 x 5 5 93114 DIVISION 65 I I-3B TDI' Row-XVinters, Bauer, Friedman, Snow, Olsen, Vogt, Langdo, Kierndlo, Anderson, Olsen, Mcskfluskisi Berger. Mirlzllc Raw-Zelis, Herema, Ellis, Hofstra, Prokop, Adduci, Friedsarn 5f0Pl1CnS0I1-i F0fSbCrg, Buwnlda, Karbutowski. Boflom Row-McCracken, Nelson, Burg: Wald, Zumcn, Dekker, Adams, Kcnworthy, Olson, Hupp. Courier Rep.-Forsberg. Tm,-bc,- DIVISION 7509-3B T011 R010-De Boer, Mrjenovich, Calzaretto, Dziekciarz, Strojny, Bass, Smoter, Almgren T0140, 5UPil0WSki, Ryan. Middle Row-Race, McConnachie, Cygan, Van Rite, Skiller, . Dannenholdv QUf?dCl'l5l1CY, Palffy, Feleky, Wallendar. BUff0lII Row-Burgess, Stomp, Mad- derom, Munz,Bergstrom, Grnvander, Podlicke, Gladstone, Jaime, C01l!'ll'I' Rep. -Miss Plummer. -'BSVSSUUHT' Teacher'-Miss Johnson. DIVISION 7510-3B T0f1 Row-Borycz, Rodighier, Siemiaszko, Hall, M:xcClancy, Curtis, Evans, Payne, Morin Beck, Bradley. Bolfom Row-Pynlkowski, Sabadcn, Byrne, Sliirvin, Neumaum, Dart Stuart, Carlson, Graves. Courier Rep.-Pearson, Tearber-Miss Stevenson DIVISION zgxz-3B T017 Row-Bentok, Conti, Malito, Hoffman, Fuchrmeyer, Proctor, Delrezeni, Logullo, Ball Andrews, Sanos, Wells, Yager. Bolfom Row-Martin Kocsis, Wagner, Staloney, Radzinow- icz, Svar, Lenzen, Keput, Isaac, Bnlas, Tenliove. Courier Rep.-Swanson. T0-'lfbfl'-Tl10fl1P50n DIVISION 3512-'SB T011 Row-Burch, Davis, Pallagi, Pocliron, Trenton, Swanson, Pcsavcnto, Tuzch, Johnson Kranzky, Rybwicki. Middle Row-Rodriguez, Lee, Weber, Kovacs, Smitli, Wells, Sett, Lil- lian, Saytor. Bottom Row-Elsasser, Brucr, Ogurkiewicz, Schug, Wozniak, Henderson, Fin- ncll, Knminsky, Stankus. Courier Rell.-Tuecli. Tvarlaer-Mr. Sampson 3B CLASS 3B INTERVIEW fContinued from Page 355 This isnit the case here, though. When you peel onions your eyes smart. Well, Minnie Mrjeno- vick and Dorothy Zibraskus are smart. Mother Nature presented Eugene Erickson and Doris Beck with cheeks as red as cherries. Cheery fCherryj dimples! Ah! me! Anna Sofus and Jane Janac possess these charming assets to beauty, reminding you of pineapples and cherries. Renzo Moro with his cheery fcherryj smile is never blue. I-Ie's small as peas. Myrtle Oliver is tiny also. Phyllis Rutherford has a complexion like peaches and cream. Mary Logullo, Dot Boze, a-nd Shirley Snow have beautiful Olive complexions. They must use Palmolive soap. Roberta Aiken is a peach because of her personality. QHOW do you do my Doris Friberg is cool at all times. A cucum- ber is thought to be cool because of its cool color. Lo, the resemblance! Helen Radzinowicz is nicknamed radishes be- cause of her last name. Irene Bubnar has a turnip fturn upj nose. Have you freckles, too? They usually go to- gether. Tomatoes are bright and so is Margaret Olson. Whenever you see Sophie Tomaszum, she is eat- ing tomatoes, therefore we christen her "toma- toes." Estelle Kranzky has a very nice personality and so everyone likes her. Everyone likes or- anges, too. Margaret Miller carries an orange in her lunch every day so some bright student nick- named her "oranges," Gentlemen prefer blondes. Know why? Ask Doris Peterson, Madge Ropers, Jennie Simaitis, La Verne Van Rite, and Margaret Payne. They are blondes and should know. Blonde hair is yel- low and so are bananas. Harry Johnson has blonde hair too. QDo ladies prefer blondes?j Patra Bauer and George Gravander are a pair Cpearj. They're always together. Sox are Isabel Parker and Leona Lowack, Norma Van Sant and Jerry Peddington, and Iris Chard and Elsie Cap- riglione. Burdelle Smith's favorite color is blue fthe color of grapesj, so it seems, because sheis always weari-ng blue. Mexican jumping beans and Shirley Snow are related because she's always jumping up and down. You get good practice in this at football games when someone tall stands in front of you. Being on the football team isn't always fun to Harold Kenworthy. He resembles cauliflower be- cause of his many bumps. Do they mistake you for the football, or does everyone pile on you? Jane Rusin's pet saying is "It burns me up!" What else burns one up! Right! Red peppers. In cold weather jackets are always useful. Reg- ina Waljeski always wears a brown one. Potatoes get cold and wear brown jackets, too. Bill Mil- ler's favorite dish must be "potatoes" as he sure does like to eat them. Evelyn Starzo is called carrots because she's tops. Marie Panazzo, Fannie Falinstein, Everett Sisson, Vernon Hupp, Maurine Chambers, Cather- ine Small, Clara Andrews, Sophie Balachowicz, Ruth Gross, and Wilson McCracken have to pay penalty of being nicknamed "Carrots,' because they have red hair. TIRENE ROUT. 2A SUGGESTIONS The 2A's recently tried their skill at helping a man solve the following diflicult problem: A poor clerk had inherited the entire fortune of his rich and eccentric uncle. This was all well and good except that the fortune had been placed in an iron box which contained dynamite. This supersensitive explosive was arranged in the top of the box so as to discharge upon the touch of the key in the lock. The question as to what to do soon drove the young man frantic. Fearing he would soon become insane he put an advertise- ment in a newspaper. The ad read: "Given an iron box, known to contain wealth, said to contain dynamite arranged to explode when the key is used. What would any sane per- sori do? What would you do?" In answer to this query the 2A's gave their suggestions. Amy Eva Dobda would get rid of the trouble- some box in any way other than selling it to someone else. She says that the person to whom the box was sold would then have the worry and the danger of losing his life or sanity. However, others seem to disagree on this point. Jane Mat- thewson says, "Find some eccentric millionaire who hasn't a thing to do but worry. Sell him the box for a large sum and let him worry about that, Page 3 8 too." Marjorie Curtis would give the box to some poor person about ready to die thereby giv- ing him the chance either of dying or getting rich. Primrose Bartfay would try to open the box without using the key. She thinks there's a chance of the box not being locked. Some would take the chance of finding the jewels after the dynamite has exploded and the iron box blown open. Alphonse Balabon says, "Drop the box and run!" Joseph Gaul suggests that the box be dropped from a high cliff, while Kenneth Johnson would shoot at the box from a safe distance to make the dynamite explode. June Matthewson uses her imagination and of- fers a rather fantastic solution. She suggests that "the senior with the hottest, most melting glance, melt a hole through the bottom of the box, and then close her eyes before the fortune melts and the heat gets to the dynamite." Eleanor Peterson, Mary Baturevich, Charles Chow, Alphone Lesch, and Jeanette Kurdte think that our old standby, "aqua," would be just the thing to make the dynamite inactive thus making it harmless. Evelyn Deltova sug- gests dipping the box in a pail of water, while DIVISION 6,07-LA Top Row-Scanlan, Lull, Luzak, Krenkel, Van Alsburg, Wilson, Lewin, DeCook, Irvine. Middle Row-De- Young, Bihl, Milkintas, Lal-Iola, Bauer, Ernst, Ratkay. Boifom Row- Maddcrom, Ullrick, Dacus, Hjulin, Allison, Caslin, Morrill. Courier Rep.-Luzak. Tcwtber-Dr. Dc Alarid. DIVISION 151:-:A Top Row-Burns, Kurdts, Kingma, Belohlav, Dowiat, Sokolowsky, Klat- ka, Shcllhnse, Ausherman, Oosten, Bodamer. Middle Row-Dizon, Vogel, Rookopny, Engstrom, Wyma, Smith, Biava, Dykstra, Bonato. Boflom Row -Ludwick, Dadaro, Rutowski, Boldt, Quaite, Ludvigsen, Spagnolo, Tanis. Courier Rep.-Oosten. Trrlcbw'-Miss S. J. Thomas. DIVISION 1505-'ZA Top Row-Brown, Hanson, Mackin- i tosh, Faoro, Bcrnier. Korenek, Czach, Munson, Proper. Mirl1l1eRow-Pudlo, Deiro, Smith, Bolt, Breding, Oker- berg, I-Ialenar, Arden, Johnson, Gei- ger, Boflom Row - Chapman, Schmidt, Parker, Moore, Kubasek, Gadbois, Wissing. Courier Rep.-Munson. Teacher-Miss Hall. Frank Kajdi thinks if the dynamite is through the keyhole Harold Moschmeyer is a suflicient length 2A INTERVIEW CCOntinuedJ it would be more efficient treated with water let in by means of an eyedropper. insists that fifteen minutes of time for the box to stay in a tub of Water, but John Semple thinks that it must stay in Water at least four hours if the dynamite is to become thoroughly wet. George Sadaukis would simply "put it in a bag and hang it up for a rainy day." Margaret Filley has finally found a way in which we can make use of those notorious safe busters. She thinks that one of these men should be able to open the iron box safely. It looks as if there are quite a number of daring persons among our 2A class. Wanda Gur- ka calmly says, "Open the boxg if it explodes, all your worries will be over. If nothing happens, you will be a rich man." Curiosity is the reason for Pearl Richmond wanting to open the box. Eleanor McVey would "sit on the box and turn the key"-and get blown to bits? Rosina Folk- hurst says that the best thing to do is to open the box and take the chance. Jeannie Alexander thinks that "any sane person wouldopen it and get a little O1 surprise of some sort.', Catherine Vogel, Charlotte Frank, and Bergit Ericson are the only ones who thought of the hinges. They suggest that the cover of the box could be opened easily and safely, if the hinges were removed. Clarence Meyer and John Stankey suggest re- sorting to the acetylene torch as the means of getting the fortune out of the iron box. The acetylene torch could be used to make a large hole in the bottom of the container. The idea that one, known only as "a 2A,,, ex- presses when he for shej says, 'Tcl can it" is shared by several others. Doris Deahl would sirn- ply throw out the iron box, fortune and all. Rus- sell Higgins givcs the advice, "Stay poor and stay healthy." Alamenia Alamo wouldn't open the boxg she'd forget all about it and stop wor- rying, while John Daugina would toss the "old tin cani' into the ocean. Madge Raepsis thinks that the chance of obtaining a large fortune isn't worth the risk of losing a life. Page 3 9 01, .1894 DIVISION 3521-2A To11 Row-Adduci, Tollner, DeLorenzi, Grcga, Guzzecri, Kotlarcik, Dobda, Megariz, Bature- vich, Boze, Walter. Middle Row-Corriere, Molo, Alexander, Suslow, Heath, Bsrrfay, Dalla- cosra, Reinhard, Bertolini, Schaaf, Gemignnni. Boltom Row-Hoerner, Dcrrico, Mizgate, 2A CLASS Dirksen, Dudzik, Olsen, Kcrnahan, Lanassa. Courier Rep.-Bacurevich. Teacher-Miss Verhoeven. DIVISION 7521-:A T011 Row-Carr, Galnmbos, Malito, Ericson, Czagany, Cederholm, Solderfen, Kclbowski, Tolhursr, Maschmcyer. Mirlrllc Rolb'-Wieswicz, Frank, Pasicwicz, Pallagi, Filley, Kocolow- sky, Jensen, Garbaczewski, Johnson. Boffom Row-Gullans, Gibson, Horton, Chow, Greear, Kajdi, Banclstra, Richmond. Courier Rell.-Frank. Tcaclacr-Mr. Hays. f'i'i'11-"-'H A-r . -I - DIVISIONS 6512, S521-'2A T011 Row-Dexter, Davidson, Zadnik, Engel, Baker, Burke, Rimmer, Brodecn, Mall, Gcicr. Bottom Raw-Dzxko, Galloway, Raushcr, Frann, Stump, Appleman, Virosztko, Bugel, Rub- bert. Courier Rell.-Tatl1 Tcarbcr-Miss O'Sulliv3ly, Com'ic'r Rep.-Davidson Tencbcr-Mr, Trimble, DIVISIONS 1511, 1522-:A T011 Row-DcArmond, Gall, DeWinters, Flemming, Fish, Jacobson, Aabye, Johnson, I-lusad, Sabo, Arnold, Dana, Lnczewski. Bollom Row-Monson, Omstcad, Gerez, Yonker, J, MCCnf- ferry, E. McCafferty, Meyer, Nyeholr, Voigt, Chalna. Courier Rep.-johnson. Teacher-Miss Jacobson. Courier' Rep.-Sclimidr. Tcarlaer-Mrs. Hill. DIVISION 2 5 2 I--1A T011 Row-Jane Matthewson, June Mntthewson, Clausius, E. Peterson, Anderson, Bruining, Rouen, Gorka, Smith, Prunckle. Mirlzlle Row-W. De Young, Xvright, Mattice, Serra, Bal- nishis, Deltovn, Dcahl, H. DcYoung, Fcllerhoif, Alkirc, H. Peterson. Botfom Raw-Paulsgn, Petersen, O. Tissing, Balaluon, Pond, Maatman, Drogemuller, R. Tissing. Courier Rep.-Deltova. Teacher-Miss S. J. Thomas. uf mfr 1 11' 'pI' ----- -----U QA.-...M -ill.- .. --, i I Y V , . 2 5 ' ' i ' l f I I DIVISION 6 5 2 1-2A To? Rofo-Chiaro, Barriball, Schandor, Heaney, Fedor, Erickson, Thomas, Boonistra, Pro- patl. Middle Row-Vanderwarf, 'Gran:nto, Klyn, Hall, Railln, Waldman, Skrzynski, Lof- f2lIl0- 3015107115 ROW-Mazurek, Bernal, Kuckcr, Dahlbcrg, Angelos, Uvaas, Fraser, Fern. Courier Rep.-Dahlberg. Teacher-Miss Kringjx, DIVISION SSI2'-ZA Top Row-Mercier, Thomson, Fundukian, Antoniazzi, Goloi, Stefanik, Corrado, De Muri Buttice, ldellas. Middle Row-Kambcsis, Widmcr, Willis, Van Somercn, Zachos, Dicke, Poki ray, Lesnik, Burton, Vogt, Joss. Boflovuf Row--Jaromin, Neuswanger, Stratinsky, Zeigler, Vander Meer, Sternberg, Johnson, De Groot. Courier Rep.-De Muri. Teacher-Miss Kettlehon DIVISION 75 1 2-2A A Top Row-Trojanski, Otto, Murdock, Bergstrom, Torok, Voss, Miller, Chemelowski, Fan- izzo, Stahulak, Uelman, Asbotll, Dixon. Bottom Row-Vander Vecn, Preston, Stasi, R. John- son, N. Johnson, Budzinski, Olson, Shaw, Zandstra. C0lU'iL'1' Refi.-Uclmnn. Teurbcr-Mrs. Whitwortl1 DIVISIONS 5522, 3S2212A T017 Row-Laird, Housmnn, H. Johnson, Heck, L. Johnson, Rowe, Novak, R. Johnson , Curtis, Deerwater, NVicrsma, Helson, Ohse. Botfom Row-Lesch, Dauginns, Ritscma, Hy- land, Gross, Hylander, Chipas, Wright, Boersma, Higgins. Courier Rc 11.-Laird. Teacher-Lincoln. Courier Rep.-Higgins. Teacher-Bailey. DIVISION 1521-:A T011 Row-Kraai, Thompson, McGaghie, Quillman, Nelson, Pctrnitis, Guzzardo, Gandolfi Judy, Siciarz. Middle Row-Hazen, Lebin, Feliz, Charleston, Stockman, Peterson, Magliocco Bulr, Boone, Musial, Henry. Boffom Row-Hillstrom, Richards, Nelson, Picrsma, Leidberg Shimkus, Reid, Yampolsky. Courier Rcp.+Felix. Tcucbvr-Mararec Taylor. ZA CLASS DIVISION 6501-:B an, Kaczmarski, I-lalcnar. Courier Rep.-Boomker. Teacher-Mr. Dean. DIVISIONS 5523, 3510-:B Thompson, Violante, Viero, Dc Vries, Arson, Tanis, Liskoski, Pokorny. Mia'- cllc Row-Mueller, Slusarczyk, Ship- ley, Grassmick, Keefe, LaB:inco, Jur- kiewicz, Piech, Gerth, Reimer, Van Clay, Urban. Bottom Row-Strylcala, Hanson, Fortythe, Ostrowski, Berg- ner, Ilika, Hyde, Buttin, Sliga. Courier Reps.-Hanson, Thompson. Teachers-Mr. Van Scoyoc, Mr. Sykes DIVISION 3503-113 Top Row'-Wiberg, Hyland, Clnuter, Wiese, Fundukian, Richards, Eck- blom, Bieuer, Keehan, Belo, Procter. ilflidrlft' Row-Roelle, Dauma, Ulrick, Elias, Wagman, Hillegonds, Lucas, Pearson, Kittl, Lietzau. Botlom' Row -Chiappori, Dralke, Rot, Carlson, Peterson, Blom, Bass, Dettman, Lal- lak. Courier Rep.-Hyland. Teacher-Miss Milburne. DIVISION 3508-:B Top Row-Fudge, Stephenson, Bar- toli, Howell, Barriball, Rigler, Mag- giotto, Eylander, Liptak, Hillegonds, Cravens, Mirlrlle Row-La Roca, Sa- polski, Almasy, Bence, Spiker, Czach, Kopischke, Sute, Regal, Berry, Honey- well, Dalba, Lurie. Botlom Row- Firth, Faurot, Sander, Rubin, Star- czewski, Klazynski, Ballard, Haldor- sen. Courier Rell.-Sute. Teacher-Miss Deane. 2B CLASS LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT We, the 2B class of the City of Fenger, County of Cook, and in the State of Illinois, being of sound mind and memory, Calthough this was sometimes doubted by the facultyj do make, pub- lish, and declare this to be our last Will and Testament, in the manner following, that is to say: First:-That our good will and most sincere wishes be bequeathed to our faculty whom we have already caused so much labor and agony. May our successors Qthe members of the Fresh- men Classesj prove more efficient than we have been. Second:-That We earnestly hope and pray that in the hereafter as in the present we shall have Mr. Frederick W. Schacht as our principal, friend and adviser. Third:-That our characteristic, sophisticated air be bestowed upon the Freshmen. Fourth:-That the pleasure of disecting flies and grasshoppers be endowed by the Zoology classes upon those few who enjoy doing this sort of thing. Fifth:-That the pleasure of searching high and low, or any such places for some hundred- plus varieties of weeds, trees, shrubs, or mush- Pnge 42 rooms be bestowed upon future botanists by the botany classes. Sixth:-That the privilege of being a member of the Phorex be bestowed upon freshmen of high scholastic standing. ' Seventh:-That all of Richard Jacob's home- work assignments in English be left for Charles Spicer to do evenings-and mornings. Eighth:-That the title of "Slopmore" be be- stowed by Agnes Panazzo upon those becoming weary of being called "Freshie." Ninth:-That Alfreda Bartkus's locker filled with fond memories, fand a picture of Robert Taylorj be bequeathed to Rita Zeh. Tenth:-That the blushing ability of Walter Jez be endowed upon the bashful freshmen. Eleventh:-That Eleanor Ekblom's empty nrt tablet be bequeathed to Constance Aurelius. Twelfth:-That the pleasure of. carrying home loads of books be bestowed lovingly upon Gladis Ambuul by Georgia Niemeyer. if Thirteenth:-That all the penalties experienced by Mildred Honeywell and Vera Sute be bestowed most graciously upon Jack Nelson. Fourteenth:--That the position as midgets of the class which Palmyra "Sherrie" Merkelis, Ed- Top Roto-Duda, Hutchins, Erick- son, Polisk, Koszut, Brancato, Mulli- gan, Boomker, Dapkus, Tomaszewski, Hack. Bottom Row-Chipas, Elias, Courser, Hillegonds, Huising:1,Hallcr- T017 Row-Eisenbrandt, Blummcr, DIVISION 3507-:B Top Row-Matulauskas, Havens, Ghi- dotti, Pcsavento, Pregent, Takacs, Mikusines, Covelli, Fialkowski, Cala- breszi, Lokos. Mirlrllc Row-Badali, Artuso, Jachera, Divers, Nalon, Galla, Nachman, Razmus, Davis, Alfano, XVarbyla. Bottom Row-Smoter, An- drews, Gardner, Backus, Eizenga, Zutout, Kromer, Hudeck. Courier Rell.-Takacs. Teacher-Miss Rosenberg. DIVISION 5 504-213 T011 Row--Geiger, Kocsis, Holcombe, Van Vlymen, Wertcnberg, Main, Wiersema, Mullen, Adams. Middle Row-Bock, Bednarczyk, Smith, Holm, Trentacosti, Grygotowicz,Bot- tini, Johnson, Schultz, Clawson. Bolfom Row-Van Wfyngarden, Fer- ris, Kancewick, Norman, Mason, jurgenson, Weil. Courier Rep.-Weirsema. Teacher-Mr. Hoffman. DIVISION 3501-1B Top Row-Schmalfeld, Zuithoff, Tars- lcmcs, Iskeska, Daley, Jenrich, Kook, Mulligar, Coon, Henning, Strolo, Peters, Pocius, Pearson. Middle Row -Bass, Korienek, Parker, Brovet, Garctto, Opulskas, Chiuzels, Cassidy, Fletcher, Bolduc, Larson, Medema. Boltom Row-Matthey, B e l g u n, Zmudka, Petro, Olson, Glad, Otten, Petron, Wiersema. Courier Rep.-Kook. Tcnrber-Miss Randall. DIVISION 7511-2B T011 Row-Backus, Hanken, Jumas, Vlasis, Swanberg, Westfall, Dubberka, Meliska, Dieck, Smitehcs, Sidoro- wich. Mirlrllc Row-Szekely, Potts, Kubacki, Weizer, Du Puyt, Geerling, Clark, Pivorunas, Loch, Starczewski, Wagner. Bolfom Row-Rohn, Cross, Vandermark, Norgatd, Wilkers, Vail, Chase, Paul. Courier Rep.-Meliska. Teacher-Miss Edinger. Y ward "Squirt" Noelli, Anna "Shortic', Vertach, and Irma "Pee-Wee" Braglia now fill, be filled in the future by Robert Harper. Fifteenth:-That Robert Watling's ability to murder the English language be bequeathed to Adolph Noens. Sixteenth:-That Helen Wolfram's favorite table in the lunchroom be bequeathed to starving branchites. Seventeenth:-That some of Evelyn Bensen's popularity which accompanies her pretty blonde hair be bequeathed to Florence Berglund. Eighteenth:--That Esther Carlson's lost ever- sharp be bequeathed to whoever happens to pick it up. Nineteenth:-That Calvin Oostman passes on to Frank Leo the advice that it doesn't pay to be lazy, as teachers still believe in penalities and al- ways keep a sufficient supply of red ink on hand in case of "D's". Twentiethz'-That Raymond Sietsma's uinished at 4:00 A. M." science units be bequeathed to anyone in need of such material. Twenty-first:-That Betty Smith, Jennie Fanii- zo, Dorothy Blais, Bertil Rodin, William Van 2B Interview CContinuedJ Kooten, Margaret McArthur, and Betty Purdy be christened "Freshie" funtil they become of age to discard itj by Richard Markette, Alette Holm, Martilla Holcombe, Leonard Wahlstrom, Eugene Forsythe, Dorothy Keehan, and Helen Pearson. Twenty-second:-That Jeanne Hannan's nick- name, "SiX Feet", be left to any girl tall enough to bear it. Twenty-third:-That the Wood in the Wood- shop which David Phillip has not used as yet be bequeathed to Sam Wilson. Twenty-fourth:-That the pleasure of partici- pating in those long G. A. A. hikes be bestowed upon Elsie Glud and Gertrude Fryer by Helen Voto and Ethel Vanderlaag. Lastly, WE hereby appoint Mr. Frederick W. Schacht executor of this our last Will and Testa- ment, hereby revoking all former wills made by us. In Witness Whereof, We have hereunto sub- scribed our names this twenty-second day of October, 1936. THE 2B CLASS. Witvzesses- George Dasher, Ass't. Principal Harry Beals, Engineer Page 43 1-if aSu,1 D1V1s1oN 7,02-211 T011 R01UlSmOIEf, Lucarz, Sosmoski, Noga, Palango, Wezbinski, Verner, Schmidt, Sfer- ruzza, Patrick, Kerkln. Iiffitftlllri Row-Krylowicz, Gotti, Ferrini, Di Luigi, Bergquist, Orlow- ski, Boryscz, Radtke, Reisbick, Kropiti Boilom- Row-Marcllese, Groszek, Pauzzo, Miller, Picchiarelli, Marchioretto, Candi, Felicicchia, Lofrano, Munari. Courier Rep.-Munnri, TMfbL'1"-Mfi PC1111- A DIVISION 1501-2B Top Row-Wilson, Pajkos, Voss, Jacobsen, Paldowic, Wiedeman, Tolocko, Alaimo, Lindner, Magincl, Kovacin, D. Phillips. Middle Row-Markette, Krasula, G. Phillips, Linsky, Ander- son, Harts, McQuearyf, Burbulis, Merkelis, Glorioso, Carlson, Huetter, Michuda. Bottom Row-Smith, Freel, Walker, Turnquist, Doodeman, Draugelis, Butkus, Qeilenga, Malm- grcn, Erickson. - Co,,,-5,.,- R,l,'L.Magg,,e1. ' Teacher-Mr. Smitter. A 2B CLASS DIVISION 5505-2B Top Row-Piezonka, Karaszi, Norcilo, De Bartolo, M. Galley, NV. Galley, Griebahn, Seliga, Augun, Kadar, Osrapowiez. Midflle Row-Knjdi, Manes, Devine, Wadiak, Allen, Selmffner, Germolec, Parade, Rcedy, Gustavson. XVarholvk, Pythero. Ballon: Row-Case, Bartok, Tar, Lowe, Kenny, Vctterick, Bookout, Holzwarth. Conrim' Rell.-Lowe. - Teucber-Miss Sglqmon, DIVISION i5 ro-:B T011 Row-Frigo, Grossner, Wolgfram, Gillispi, Schroeder, Jellema, Kenney, Moran, Connelly, Gzletsch, Andrews, Lung, Berschinski, Anderson, Horn. Middle Ruru-Sands, Ammon, Zim- mermnnn, Mohr, Holman, Vertach, Femer, Orlowskis, Lindgren, Niemeyer, Pierson, Moor- nmnn, Vnn Grondelle, Farr, Ogorzelec. Bollom Row-Barker, Bock, Fischer, Peterson, Fid- delke, Arko, Howes, Watson, Brunncci, Pocplau, Plomann. Courier Rep.-Farr. Tm-ber-Miss Connors, DIVISION 1507-:B T011 Row-Slmw, Pagnusat, Stephens, Teeling, Falkenthal, Caruso, Emanuel, Kennedy, Sasz, Mandru, Gizeski, Jcncy. Middle Row-Selmer, Carson, Forte, Kohl, Gnlin, Frank, Zlnbes, Suchcnzi, Czanko, Nogracly, Freudenbcrg, Talnai. Bolfom Row-Hill, Marky, Nielkoy Pore,-- sen, Gunter, Dabosi, Douglas, Beasland, De Vries, Schultz. Courier Rell.--Kennedy. Teacher-Miss Marlin, gp a5'uJ DIVISION 6504-:B T011 Row-Ellison, Domagala, Panozzo, Braglia, Napoli, Thomas, Neufeld, Shousek, Dion, Wojta, Corradin, Sterning. Middle Row-Veenstra, Zullo, De Young, Koslowski, Bier- meister, Pawola, Stibbie, Razek, Hakal, Aitchison, Poraezek, Lupato, Latzick. Boftom Raw -Kransky, Sowa, Kazen, Schiever, Kline, Etchison, Klazynski, Zukauska. Courier Rep.-Koslowski. Teacher-Mrs, Miller. DIVISION I 502-:B T011 Ro'u,+Kapicak, Buikema, Pajkos, Barrkus, Hohalik, Zappas, Tade, Kuhnlein, Panas. Martin, Van Santen, Chapman. Mizlrlle Row-Blaauw, Zawada, Sparrey, Wahlstronm, Tissing, NVilson, Anderson, Guyatt, Vander Mey, Pickrd, Sizoo, Dodd. Boffom R01U'W0OdW3Fd, jankovic, Slingerland, Boline, Cappozzo, Sietsema, Sawadski, Dalton, XVesrwater. Courier Rep.-Sparrey, Teacher-Mr. Brill. DIVISIONS 2509, 6506-:B flwl DIVISIONS 2509, 3505-:B Top Row-Gadbois, Barton, Efner, Marten, Helland, Birch, Boak, Vink, Dahlman, Bcem- sterbocr, Todd, Olszewski. Mizlclle Row-Paul, Wojc, Warckois, Dmoclloewska, Arvia, Fay, Streit, Komanski, Frigo, Willcening, Diozclowski. Bollom Row--Burgess, Nichols, Cullin Mikegeigner, Lind, Vanderbilt, Dykstra, Sraton. C01l1'fB1'R0lJ.-'H0llHDd. Teafber-Mr. Overliolzer Courier Rep.-Cullin. Teacher-Mrs. Werrlieim DIVISION 2 5 0 I-:B Top RozL'-Williams, Pokorski, Parker, Ksenzulak, Baskis, Schouten, Shcrcivis, Caglis, Bier- ma, Palango, Balsam. Miflfllf R01L'iO0StIH3H, Blakemore, Vato, Benson, Torrey, Stenwall Vandcrlaag, Schoustra, Nelson, Hine, Jansen, Georges. Bofloul- Row-Hanson, Schildmiller, Jacobs, Hibma, R. Johnson, Reed, Harmsen, NVeidemost, Johnson. Courier Rep.--Schoustra. Tearbcr-Miss Stephens T011 Row-Mulligan, Reid, Vanyo, Kardola, Huber, Hasink, Juhasz, Jawor, XVhite, Booth, Kostyk, Koch. Mfdfllf Row-Godbout, Bresnzxhan, Kocolowslgi, Gaertner, Dodge, Varneti, Caschetta, Calabrcse, Di Santo, Skripek, Mundo. Bofiom Row-Perunaire, Korte, Horn, Stenloack, Moran, Ziluis, Smoter, Bulaslci, Hansen. Courier Rclb.-Helland. Tearber-Mr. Ovcrllolzer, Courier Rep.-Kardolis. Teacher-Miss Kay. 2B CLASS JUNIOR LITERATURE OF I-IORNS-BOTH GREEN AND SADDLE Ah, riding! The delight of Englishmen, the South, and Liniment Concerns! When Horseman- ship enters into the conversation, I become both moody and reminiscent. Full well do I recall my first Venture into the realms of space-where you are neither of the earth, nor of the heavens, but are part and par- cel of a temperamental quadruped. I was hoisted from good old Mother Earth to uncertainty-to a saddle. Instinctively I groped for the saddle horn. And finding it, I firmly clung to it-and kept on clinging. Then, vainly, I admit, I searched for the stirrups. Vacantly I stared into space-what next? Absolutely noth- ing. The animal refused to budge. I was stuck. A pitying bystander gave me a switch. I com- menced to tap the horse. I hit her. I kicked her. I switched her. We remained still. Desperately, at last, I pleaded with her. Still no result. But, then, with an experienced hand and a soothing voice-a Western lad coaxed Bird to start. And did she go! The racing wind whipped into my face, its shrill whistle drowning all else. All else? All the while, I was being jolted up, down, up, sideways, then down-much as cream in a churn. But still, from an instinct of self preservation, I clung to the saddle horn-convul- sively certain of doom. When, finally, she slowed down, I discovered that I liked it! And when day was gone, I dis- covered I could guide a horse-that I could stick in a saddle. And, that night! I discovered I could sleep- but not comfortably! -BERYL HOPE BRAND, IA 2nd Prize, Jr. Prose, Courier Lit. Cont. MY EXPERIENCE WITH AN AUCTIONEER It was at the World's Fair of 1933 while I was crossing Swiftls bridge that I happened to see a shop in which they were holding an auction. I decided to investigate and seated myself to listen with intense interest. The auctioneer was a man of great verbal dex- terity and sold things with astoundi-ng alacrity. One of his characteristics was to start every small object with a nickel. After a while he stepped over to the side of the shop where, on a table lay an auto radio which was marked to sell at Hfteen dollars. Having told the audience of its great value he said, "What am I bid for this beautiful radio?" Your narrator, feeling greatly excited over the way this man disposed of the various articles and feeling that he should do his little bit to help sustain the humorous atmosphere bid five cents for the radio. The sudden ejection of the author, amid loud laughter of the spectators put an end to my bidding. -ERNEST KOEPPLER, IA. lst prize, Jr. prose, Courier Lit. Cont. Page 46 CONTENTMENT To be content, some people say, You must have three square meals a day, A cozy room, a book or two, A comfy chair and a warm fire, too. I am content with what I've got, Of course I haven't got a lot. A pair of eyes, with which to see, A pair of good arms and legs suit me. A pair of ears with which to hear, And the power to speak, to me is dear. And so now as you can see, I'm content with just little me. -ELEANOR EKBLOM, 2B I-Ion. Ment., Jr. Poetry, Courier Lit. Cont. CONTENTMENT In this great world of ours today, - We all seek satisfaction, Though each, in his opinion may, Start with a different action. For me, I think enough would be The simple things of my desire, I would not care to ever see That which I don't require. I'd like to read, and write, and play, Or watch the clouds drift by, Or dream away on a rainy day, When the sun hides in the sky. Like all, I'd want some luxury, Not much of gems or gold, And I should never want to be Expectant, or too bold. And if my dreams should become real How nice it all would seem, But if they don't, I'm sure I'll feel Content with what I dream. -MARIE SUCHENA, 2B Hon. Ment., Jr. Poetry, Courier Lit. Cont. A STORM Laughter's in the air. In the vast blue heavens shines a golden disk, tinting everything with the light of happiness. Suddenly an indefinable change takes placeg the air is heavy and tense as a violin string about to break. The sky frownsg the sun, frightened, darts behind a cloud. With a roar the tension breaks, the wind plays havoc sweeping wildly thru the house. With a laugh and a cry we dash for the windows for it's only a storm. -BETTY JANE CHARPIER, IA. I-Ion. Men., Jr. Prose. Courier Lit. Con. DIVISION 7501-IA Top Row-Bonaguro, Charpier, Spag- nola, Rinehinso, Zaremba, Turturillo, XVatrous, Russ, Gibbs. Middle Row- Cainc, Dykstra, Brand, Tailorson, Le- vin, Piecli, Nelson, Underwood. Bol- lam Row--Baro, Rossi, Stefanski, Tinich, Carlson, La Roche, Olson, Jacobson. Courier Rep.-Brand. Te11c'lJer-Mr. Koerner. DIVISION 3501-IA T011 Row-Orazem, Klaaren, Varel- las, Canilini, +, Serphin, Vabau, Laist, Kontos. Middle Row-Stavros, Y. Ippolito, R. Ippolito, Sandona, Mundo, Markatan, Beck, Rago. Bot- lom Row-Santolini, Zylstra, Vil- lani, Baro, Lopez, Maria, Wiezbrcki, Prokrop. Courier R017-Varellas. Teacher-Miss Meisekothen. DIVISION 7SO4TIA Tofu Row-Holme, Hoitsma, Oppedi- sano, Northrup, Johnson, Malka, Ferrini, Schoenuald, Dante, Gustaf- son. Mirfrllc Row-Creatura, Blom- quist, Yisento, Frawley, Brak, Pran- cer, Walker, Schroeder, Murik, Ex- ner, I-Iorzinger. Bollom R0w-SulHc- burg, Hansen, Yonker, Lang, Cassidy, Kcapplcs, Cox, Ferguson. Courier Rep.-Cassidy. Teacher-Mr. Cressy. DIVISION 1501-IA Top Row-Galullo, M. Torres, C. Arvia, Browne, Keefe, M. Arvia, Fio- ravanti, Bino, K. Martin, Lundin. Middle Row-George, Diloigi, Fon- tana, K. Arvia, J. Torres, Angelo, E. Martin, Wriglmt, Frederic. Bollom Row-Olson, Kruc, Yasulaitis, Paul, VandcrVeer, VanKooten, Burkland, Christensen. Courier Refi.-Wright. TUHfhff'MF. Waggeman. DIVISIONS 7522, 2503, 65:1-IA T011 Row-Canty, Latos, Kasper, Er- nest, Budd, Villani, Solomon, Riley, Ruickheim, Wasserman, Brown, An- derson, Fedelke. Middle Row-Ony- schuk, Kondrath, Dyczko, Hameet- man, Rylander, Bloss, Anastia, Frcyer, Nightingale, Klein, Neutout, Dunand. Bolfom Row-Karas, Melisli, Mc- Bratney, Helland, De Young, Wolf, Dugan, Carlish, Lind. Courier Rein- ' Dunand, Freyer, Klirnke. Tvarbcrs- Miss Taylor, Mr. De Graff, Miss McKirdie. DIVISION 1508-IA Top Row-Schuster, Mousisian, Rob- So many days I lost- And left behind, I know that I can never Hope to find. -MARY ertson, Pace, Sill, Haldorsen, Vieth Alexander, Sands, Hendricks, Mc- Nclis, Steel. Mirlrlle R010-Wyre, Laslow, Vollmar, Vree, Geoppo, Chi- aro, Johnson, Uvaas, Schug, Four- FORGOTTEN nier, Gibson. Bollom R01UlCf3hglC, Mizcvitz, Fisher, Best, McLaren, Liv- ermore, Brolick, Johnson, LaBuda. Courier Rep.-Uvaas. Teacher-Miss Olson. So many things I cannot But yet I know that as Quite recall, They came and went, I wonder if they ever They made me into someone Were at all. Different. TURTEULLO, 1A 2nd Prize, Jr. Poetry, Courier Lit. Cont. Page 47 1A INTERVIEW 1A ELECTION RETURNS Three years from now the 1A,s will be 4B's. In 1939 the Mayor of Fenger City will be elected from their 4B class. Who will be this fortunate and honored person? According to the prophesies of the 1A class George Buckley has the best chance of being elected to this position while Shir- ley Wright, Stanley Paul, George Chandler, Wil- lard Johnson, John De Witt, and Charles La Roche have hopes, too. The present 1A's in three years can look back at this list and see how correctly for incorrectlyj they prophesied. . NICKNAMES FOR THE 1A'S Once someone has given you a -nickname, it,s apt to stick. So We asked your friends what they called you or would like to call you, and this is what We found. Speaking of learned people, we have among our 1A class Ernest Keappler, whose nickname is "Dictionary", Beryl Brand, who seems to be a pocket edition of Noah Webster's book, Bob Lang, who, we have discovered, is a poet because his classmates call him "Longfellow',, Aurora Sandona, who is alias "Studious", Cecilia Geoppo, who is called "Pixellation, Inc." ffrom "Mr. Deeds Goes to Townj, and poor, poor James Un- derwood, whom they've nicknamed the "Absent Minded Professor." There are some very "bad" characters, and among them are: Bert Huff, the "Big Bad Wolf," because of his name being Huff, and Robert Johnson, the "Shadow," because of his terrible laugh, Dante Zinica is a very mischievous lad because he's called "Devil", Warren Caine, be- cause of his name is called "Killer Caine", and Philip Eenigenburg is quite the opposite, since, you see, he is "Laughing Boy." , There must be many short people in the 1A classes. In their midst are Bruno Santolini, called "Peanuts", Lorraine Vollmar, named "Shrimp", George Kristof and Norman Van Etten and Rich- ard Dykstra all goi-ng under the name of "Shorty", and Lida Laslow is only a "Half-Pint." There are also Roy Gustafson as "Creampuff," and George Buckley as "Pudge.', Quite the op- posite are Ruth,Pranger, called "Slim," and Jean Frawley, "Lanky." Among the flattering names we discovered are, Audrey Fournier and Ann Brak, who are called "Dimples' QIt must be the cause of their charm- ing smilesj, Jean Watrous, who is called "Jenny With the Light Brown Hair", Margie Shug, who is called by all her friends "Curie", Lorraine Beck, called "Dark Eyes", Qafter that famous Russian Songj, and Violet Stavros, the i'Girl with the Dreamy Eyes" or "Brown Eyes," to be exact. Lillian Canalini and Alma Spagnola must have lots of pep because they're both called "Ginger", Margaret Alexander is "Curly-Head". fGee, Page 48 but we wish ours was natural, tooj. Harry Lind is called "Blondie" by those who believe that it isn't peroxide. Mary Dangelo and Rose Baro are both rivals to Shirley Temple. Theyre "Curly- Top", and "Shirley Temple", respectively. Emma Rossi and Ed-na Olson are called after movie stars, too. They're "Greta Garbo" and "Zasu Pitts". We've found a "Romeo,' and "Juliet,' in the persons of Paul Dikos and Julia Torres. Bennett Vander Veer and Henry Raatjes are both "Kid Speed." They better watch out for traffic regulations. Stanley Paul has the nicknames of "Mikado" and "Songbird", and Servert Mor- vesion, "Bing". QWe wonder if that name has anything to do with her vocal chordsj. Among a collection of interesting nicknames are Eleanor Latus, who is called "Lightning", Tom Brown, whose nickname is UT. B." Qthat's Too Badj, Doris Sands, who is mysteriously called UR. W. N.", Louis Prokop, who is acquir- ing the nickname of "Louie, the Hot Dog Eater" QWe bet he's thinki-ng of competing with "Wim- py"j, Mary Tailerson, who is dubbed "Tarzan',, Harry Price who is in the role of "Smokey", Bet- ty Charpier, who is given the name of "Flicker- ing Sireni' Qbut we don't believe it at allj, Peter Lopez, who is known as "Villa", and also Ray- mond Davis, who has for another name "Pink Candyv Qwe bet it's peppermintj. Some of them have had their names modified only slightly, for instance, Betty Ernest is called "Bettina", and Rosina Riley is "Irish". fWe sup- pose because of her nationalityj. Marjorie Branke is "Margie", Laura Klimke is "Laurie", And Sophie Varellas is "Mitzi", ffrom this date on- ward.j Jane Olson is "Janie", Emma Laist is "Amy", Rose Rinchuiso is "Rin", and Josephine Russ and Gertrude Zaremba are just "Jo" and "Gert", now, while Albert Villani is just "Al". Steve Tobias has "Lux" for a nickname Qcan it be his million dollar compleXion?j. Jean Piech is really honored by a name like "Peaches". Betty Lou Simpson is now called "Lulu", and Santo Bonaguro, "Blackie,'. Charles Smith for some reason is called "Jones" and Jean Haldorsen is called "Lily',. An-na McNelis had her name short- ened to "Nelis", Charles La Roche is known to his friends as "Chuckie," and Edith Blumquist as "Toots". Sybil Uvass is called "Babe", and Dorothy Schuster, because of height, name, or profession is called "Shoestring',. Possessing a name like "Rosete", John Rosete is called "Rosie". Olly Mizevitz is named "Mopey Dicki' fPoor Dickj. George Cassidy has acquired the name "Big Bear", a-nd Kent Cox is called "Ezm'a". Marion Boege is called "Flash" fIt's her personal- ity, we supposej. Robert Tinich is just "Bobby". Ruth Levin had her name shortened to "Levy". Donald Burnett is now "Invisible" Qwhen test time comes, we betj. Robert Livermore is called a i'Watermelon" Qjust why, we wonderj. Well, and so it goes! RI ENDUNEII E f MISS WILSON BURNSIDE DIVISION 307 Teacher: C. M. Wilson Burnside Bluck, NValter DeBartole, Theo. Einantel, Eldon Franks, Joseph Franks, Rudolph Frangella, Tony Goetz, Edward Goosby, Grant Griga, Frank Klaske, Gordon Klaczak, Edward Kocolowski, Paul Kovach, Georage Lass, Richard Melczer, Steve Modelski, Edward Osborn, Howard Pascal, James Traybsza, Harold DIVISION 309 Teacher: I. Brinkman Burnside Beach, Marceil Boyd, Virginia Burdiak, Mildred Burke, Mildred Chomko, Mirion DeBiasio, Anita Denikowicz, Dorothy Fecake, Goldie Ganz, Aurora Henderson, Agnes I-Iryn, Rosalie Hopkins, Evelyn Isaac. Marion Joseph, Wfilliam Kaemever, Rosalee Kiraly, George Kuliicka, Georgiana Lennon, Marie Lennon, james Magram, Gloria March, Alice McKay, Margaret Mikalovits, Arthur Mitchel, Dorothy Salcach, Emma Sandstrom, Elaine Schoenfeldt, Vera Simomlis, Sylvia Toth, Elizabeth Vifalkowiak, Clara Zaborac, Frances Zasaitis, Harvey DIVISION 308 Teacher: E1 Dole Burnside Autenreith, Betty Ann Bodnar, Rose Conti, Eileen Conti, Elaine Czetenyi, Marion Dandy, Karin Egyut. Betty Engi, Eleanor Frangella, Lena Gaber, Anna Hallapy, Thelma Hryn, Pauline Iakubas, Helen Kulscar, Irene Malito, Lillian McGill, Gloria Mihalovitz, Ethel Naclasdy, Helen Neinet, Irene Nigg, Irene Novello, Carrie Redvoy, Irene Russo, Anna Marie Siniaitis, Helen Suscsak, Mathilda Syinon, Pauline Tara, Nettie Thompson, Irene Yusko, Mary Zaremba, Stella Zsetenyi, Mary A. Beadle, Wilblirt Forte, John Page 50 DIVISION 310 DIVISION 305 DIVISION 314 Teacher: C. Change TCaChC1'2 Miss Killg Teacher: Miss DeVine Burnside Burnside Burnside Antanaitis, Virginia Bauch, Martin Berki, Gabor Bollman, Ted Caruso, Angeline Dailey, Ellen Daria, Pearl Deluka, Frank Dugan, Mike Gassick, Chester Gergely, Joseph Green, VVilliam Gubson, Florita Gullans, Harry Hardy, Wayne Jensen, Arthur Joseph, Norman Kwiatt, Dorothy McGregory, Ardelle Miehalko, Julis Nenieth, John Noens, Adolph Poya, Charles Racz, Andrew Radzwon, Raymond Somodi, Frank Swick, John Tucker, Nancy Lee Wall, VVil1ia1n VVier, Clayton VVelsforcl, Robert VVhite, Joseph Barna, Helen Boerenia, Dorothy Bornazos, Shirley Cavato, Frank Danko, Elizabeth Esposito, Lena Farkas, Rose ' Fejes, Irene Fioretti, Ida Forsberg, Helen Gasick, Helen Gluszylc, Olga Horvath, Betty ' Hull, Evelyn Iwancio, Pearl Jamros, Jeanette Janey, Susan I-Iaragin, Steve Kowalesik, Josephine Kustra, Helen Lucas, Goldie Meir, Georgine Namovice, Emma Papovis, Marie ' Pieczonka, Walter Popernick, Gazella Schrader, Genevieve Shaffer, Esta Spyrinal, Helen Vaillancount, Marian Zene, Helen Grau, June Meska, Barbara Balogh, Chas. Barnai, Irene Barich, Gloria Barich, Virginia Bassett, Lorraine Broderson, Arthur Broclerson, Howard Bruno, John Cloutier, Lois Covert, Vontile Dornarodski, Stanley Dudich, Irene Feges, Mary Forinosa, Eugene Gray, Mary Holzworth, Louis Lasher, Thos. Mackey, Melvin McFadden, Russell Miller, Evelyn Nelson, Robert Seliga, John Stepheno, June Svennuigsen, Anna Waller, Leslie Page 51 BURN SIDE LITERATURE DISTURBING DISLIKE "Onion, stay 'way from my doorf' is my mot- to. I think that I have an army of sympathetic followers who use this as their slogan. One day, I resolved to fix the dinner. In order to give the family a variety, I decided to use the cook book as my guide. One by one, I turned the pages of the book. Pictured on page one was a tempting salad of the season's best. Euthusiastically I stud- ied the ingredients, anxious to experiment and please the family with a delicious, new salad. Last but not least, the author directed to garnish gen- erously with dried onion. Pictured on page two was an irresistable casserole. This consisted of salmon, noodles, cream sauce and flavored with a large onion. Disgustedly I closed the book vowing that some day I will avenge myself. -MARCEIL BEACH, Burnside, Hon. Men., Br. Prose, Courier Lit. Cont. CAPTAIN BILLY BONES He was a tarry pirate bold- A tall, strong man, neither young nor old. His face was scarred, his heart was cold- So, Captain Billy Bones. He was a slave to broth and rum, And at his hip he carried a gun. He was a man when scared, would run- Was Captain Billy Bones. He always looked for a one legged mang He said to Jim, "Watch whenever you can." So away in safety he could hide- Did Captain Billy Bones. But now I'1l cell you what he had, A map, that made the pirates mad, A treasure map, that they must see- Had Captain Billy Bones. One day they gave him the old "Black Spot." Jim grabbed the map, away did rung Of the fight it was the opening gun- Over Captain Billy Bones! -PAULINE SYMON, Burnside Hon. Ment., Br. Poetry, Courier Lit. Cont. A LITTLE PEST "Get away," said I to myself as I was chas- ing a fly. This happened to be in the study room, as I was doing my homework. The little pest would come buzzing around my head and fly away. I got tired of his doing that and prepared to kill him the next time he came. I waited. The period was almost over, but still he didn't come. "I'll get him if I have to stay two periods," I again said to myself. This time I got tired of waiting and started to do my work. No sooner had I begun thanI heard a buzz. I looked up and saw the fly, he was flying out of the open win- dow. I turned and said to the boy in back of me, "I sometimes wonder if flies know what's going to happen to them, because I was laying for one, and he didn't come until I wasn't looking." -WALTER KOCOLOXVSKI, Burnside, Hon. Men., Br. Prose, Courier Lit. Cont. COLORS Black I hate, Grayl can't see, What can be in them, Surely puzzles me. I suppose you like red, And you also like blue, But in that case, I just can't blame you. -GEORGINE MEIER, Burnside. WINTER Summer goes and winter comes, The leaves are falling fast, And all you hear is humming breeze, The wind is blowing past. The birds fly with all their might, To where it's nice and warm, And soon they will be out of sight, Safe, I hope, from harm. For now Jack Frost has come at last, The snow begins to fall, The trees stand stark against the sky, Silent and white and tall. -FRANK CABOTO, Burnside. MY GROUCH! I hate girls for two or three simple reasons. One reason is because when a boy says "Hello" most of them turn up their noses and walk on. Another reason is that they put on too much make-up and try to look cute. The third reason is, it costs too much money to take one out. And money is very hard to get when you are not work- mg. Page 52 I received a good lesson one night last summer after I came home from work. I went to a girl's house. She said "Let's go for a walk." By the time we got back home the walk had cost me one buck. I said to myself, "No more hard-earned money for girls from me." -TONY FRANGELLA, Burnside, Hon. Men., Br. Prose, Courier Lit. Cont. WHAT IS YOUR WEIGHT, BURNSIDE? Overwhelming as these figures may seem, your Burnside student body is approximately 18,608 pounds. Although Joseph White was a six-pound baby, he now weighs only 72. Today Richard Loas weighs 84 pounds While at birth he weighed six and a half. Not so very long ago Georgine Meier pressed the scale at ive and a half poundsg' now she weighs 85. Something must have hap- pened to our seven-pound babies, such as Walter Bluck, whose weight is 87 pounds, Evelyn Hull, 88, and Rosalie Hyrn, now only 92. Those tip- ping the scale at 99 are George Kiraly, Frank DeLuca, Elaine Conti, and Helen Spyr-nal. Eileen Conti tells of the fact that she was only four and a half pounds at birth, gaining in about 14 years, 95 W more, making a total weight of 100. Others weighing about 100 now are Helen Zene and Gloria McGill, who each once weighed five, and Irene Nameth and Jeanette Jamros who weighed only seven. Helen Nadasdy was another seven pounder, and today she weighs 103, whereas Esta Shaffer, who also weighed seven, now weighs 118. Our nine 21-nd ten-pound babies were Emma Namovice and Lois Cloutier, who both weigh 110 at present. Perhaps when the time comes, these boys will toe the mark for our football squad. Our large, once ten-pounder boys are Tony Frangella, 1553 Steve Karagin, 133, and Walter Kocolowski, 134. Chester Gassick and Wayne Hardy weighed 12 pounds at birth and now weigh 150. Look at Ray Radzwon today. Can you imagine him as a four and a half pound baby? He was, but today he hits the mark of 150. Here's hoping that before long these hefty boys will help lead Fengeris foot- ball team on to a walloping success. Compiled by -A. SMALLEY, M. POPELY, B. GoNczY. A FUTURE PRIMA DONNA? "My one ambition is to be a star in the Metro- politan Opera!" Incredible as it may 566111, youth- ful Lois Cloutier, a 1A at Burnside Branch, has already determined the course of her career. Al- though she has given it considerable thought, she has not as yet decided just how she will attain this position. To study voice, it is her belief, leads her closest to paradise. 'Tm fond of Lily' Pons and Marion Talley," she said animatedly, "but in my estimation no one can fill the vacancy left by Madame Schumann-Heink, the mother of the dough boys." Jeanette MacDonald, singing radio and screen star, is her ideal, after whom she hopes to pattern her life. Joseph Bentinelli, Lawrence Tibbett, and Nelson Eddy share equal honors in her opinion. Her activities are of rather wide range, for she is interested in art, music, and English, al- though it is French that this tall, slim, dark- haired, flashing brown-eyed lass really loves. She will study it by the hour, while her classmates are idling the time away. Her nimble fingers are al- ways busy for she likes to rummage through old drawers, play the piano, and sew the runs in her stockings-the latter being her pet peeve. Horse- back riding, swimming, and rowing occupy her few spare moments for she detests readi-ngg odd, when one remembers her interest in English and the Arts. Lois certainly dislikes bright finger nail polish, for she believes that it detracts from the naturalness that is so essential in a girl's personal- ity. Although she has had little contact with the hazardous side of life, dangerous things fascinate her and excite her imagination. She would like to travel more than she has in past years so that her desire for the unusual would be somewhat sat- isfied. Lois is justly proud of her fine voice. -ADRIENNE SMALLEY. COURIER SNAPS ' Giggling, nose-powdering, blushing girls and snickering, tie-twitching, uneasy boys watched their friends shyly ascend the platform on which they too would soon go through the ordeal of picture taking for the COURIER. Although the majority of these Burnside Branchites laughed at their friends' antics before- hand, those who admitted being nervous, were Frank Griga, Helen Forsberg, Irene Rednay, Goldie Lucas, Marian Vaillencourr, Arthur Brod- erson, Von Cile Covert, Virginia Barich, June Stephens, Ire-ne Dudich, William Green, excited because it was only the third time he'd ever had his picture taken, Irene Thompson, Nettie Tara, Rose Bodnar, Florita Gibson, and Lillian Malito. They fearfully anticipated the results and were really glad when they descended from the stage. Those who were self-conscious about their ap- pearance, before and after their pictures were taken, were Clayton Weir, Joe Gergely, Virginia Aintananis, who "felt like a penny waiting for its change," Evelyn Hopkins, Marie Lennon, Mary Yusko, Harry Gullans, Pearl Daria, Eleanor Engi, Steve Melczer, and Karin Dandy. Sympathetic, embarrassed onlookers were Joseph Frank, Howard Osborn, Anna Marie Russo, Paul- ine Symon, Shirley Bornazos, Rose Farkas, Helen Gasick, Mary Louise Gray, Adolph Noens, Robert Welsford, Martin Barich, William Wall, Frank De Luca, Norman Joseph, Gloria Magram, and Mildred Burke. . Apparently, from the answers received, Mr. Brinkman caused quite a little disturbance by making many of the girls giggle and laugh. Some of them, upon looking at his feet, burst into up- roarious laughter, while others giggled incessa-ntly because of the odd facial expressions he was mak- ing. So, although many claimed to be nervous and embarrassed, the general report was that the majority of the students enjoyed themselves immensely and secretly look forward to the hustle and bustle of the picture taking at the main building. ADRIENNE SMALLEY. Page 5 3 MR. L. T. COOK DIVISION 105 Teacher: E. Meinhardt Curtis Beck, Robert Bell, Eleanor Berger, Robert Bidese, Carlo Bouck, Wayne Brignardello, Angeline Brown, Robert Cantile, Angelo Colvin, Lois Comperini, Emma Dahlke, John De Vries, Dena Fazio, Joseph Fellcamp, Jane Grassmick, Alex Herdt, Raymond Hudek, Julia Janac, Edna Janac, Robbie May Jawor, Helen Johnston, John Kabat, Elizabeth Kilmer, Betty Kunz, Korbert Long, Alvin Markley, Virginia Mason, VVilliam Meyer, Robert Middleborn, August Miller, Robert Mrjenovich, Dorothy Nordhoff, Williain Ortinau, Harold Pranskus, Alice Raatjes, Jolm Raczka, Frank Radtke, Clarence Roviaro, Blasco Schlieman, Dorothy Sherman, Raymond Sowonik, Medard Stump, Norma Van Grondelle, Bernice Walpole, Clayton Zornow, Ruth DIVISION 107 Teacher: I. Petrich Curtis Adamowicz, Harriet Beemster, Marie Gretawicz, Alice Groncki, Irene I-Iernian, Edward Kazmierczak, Dolores Lacombe, Eleanor Lebhardt, Margaret Lees, Carol Loichinger, Anton Lund, Doris Mamovich, Constance Marinello, Anna Massoglia, Joe Menclrano, Oliver Melillo, Doris Meneghetti, David Minelli, Williaiii Mundo, Martin ll! unson, Shirley Munz, Frances Nowicki, Tillie O'Leary, Betty Oleski, Leona Olson, Bernice Panozzo, Eleanor Pelligrini, Adolph Petrungaro, Ross CURTIS Rossi, Vernon Ruswick, Earl Scorza, Sylvia Sherwood, Earl Smith, Robert Spiller, Josephine Steinhauer, Vkfilliam Strojny, Jessie Swanberg, Amos Swanson, Gloria Trenton, Virginia Wilber, Lena Willis, Cecilia DIVISION 115 Teacher: M. Glavin Curtis Allen, Gertrude Andricapulos, Sam Arie, Evelyn Boldi, Lena Biga, Catherine Bloss, Harold Braithwaite, Grace Bross, Florence Calzia, LaVerne Clement, Alice DeBoer, Evelyn Dihuigi, Roger DiSanto, Grace Fisher, Robert Fronczyk, Florence Gaspari, Anthony Griffith, Jerry I-Ianney, Charles I-Ierzic, John Kemperman, Dallas Kilheeney, Edward Lockt, Elaine Luliest, Lottie Maker, Carl Malcalm, John Martillo, Guido Meyer, Henry Miller, Janne Mulholland, June O'Brien, Harry Olszewski, Chesterine Paczkowski, Jane Paczkowski, Irene Phillippe, Anna Price, Albert Rogers, Pat Rouse, Lavene Shaw, Harry Surma, Edward Vander Wert, John Vasoli, Mary Ver Hoar, Robert Verhoven, Jack Zordan, Bruno DIVISION 117 Teacher: R. VVhite Curtis Abbeduto, Vincent Algreene, John Alfano, Charles Arvia, Angeline Arvia, Theresa Addnci, Vivian Betourne, Lionel Broccardo, Anton Bitter, Mary Burgess, Dorothy Cofliy, Donald Colangelo, Leonard Cirelli, Lucille Dughetti, John Drrico, Dorothy Dramisino, Rose Farneti, John Felzone, Alex Favon, Irene Golio, James Greenwood, Donald Greene, Gur Gaberthurel. Williaiii Gaikowski, Emily Gullo, Theresa Hackenson, June Hull, Nellie Holmgren, Patricia Hendricks, Marjorie Kazen, George Kendzierski, Theodore Kunnnelehne, Dorathy Mae Knysz, Stella Lewkoski, Lawrence Michalsky, Marcie Middendoii, Rose Podgursl-:i, XValter Rouse, Coel Ryan, Walter VanProyen, Lorral Ungefng, Hilda Wfitte, Birch DIVISION 30 Teacher: F. Stue Curtis Berbig, Alfred Blais, Dorothy Boyens, Ralph Briggs, Marjorie Ceragioli, Ernest I Champlain, Kennil Cherrington, Mar Danielson, Mirian Dempsey, Mirian Fanizzo, Jennie Geiger, Ethel Gentile, Joe Gentile, Victor Grayston, Lois Ham, Donald Hansen, Albertice Jansen, Helen Johnson, LaVerne Kilroy, Jack Knipper, Thomas Lain, Marjorie Lavato, Albino Lavato, Mario Mascarello, Philip Masier, Irene Morehouse, LaVer Mulleii, Max Murphy, Ruth Peterson, John Pruess, Gertrude Salamon, Anna Schmidt, Raymonr Selby, Shirley Strazzabosco, Jem Sturm, Virginia Superits, Edward Tanis, Peter Tanis, Ronald VanTongeren, Jol Wallis, NVayne Vkfard, James WX-feggeberg, Virgi VVolf, Lucille lVorrell, Janet DREAMING As I walked along at twilight, When the sun had nearly gone, I was thinking of my mother, And old memories of home. When I was in my childhood, My mother oft would say, "Be good and kind and gentle And God will you repay." These things I saw before me As I walked along that night, But lo! the dream before me Has vanished like a light. -RAYMOND GRADLE, 2nd Prize, Br. Poetry, Courier Lit. Cont. Curtis Page 5 4 SPRING Welcome, sweet spring, Winter is goneg For thee we sing Our joyous song. Welcome, sweet spring, Flowers, come forth, Thy sweet scents bring For the winds have gone north. Welcome, sweet spring, With your violets blue, With meadows so green And everything new. -KATHLEEN FLANAGAN, Curtis lst Prize, Br. Poetry, Courier Lit. Cont. 'l l l 1 1 l F CURTIS'S MUSICAL MAN One of the teachers at Curtis who interests me most is a white haired man of small stature who talks with an English accent. XVho it is, is not hard to guess. Isn't Mr. Knight the grandest person you ever met? When I first saw him, I liked him immensely. What especially interested me most were his joking Ways. He is not always joking, but when he sees a chance to say some- thing funny, he says it and makes everyone of us laugh. His dainty fingers go just the way he wants them to go on the piano. He never touches the wrong key. He also has a very good clear voice. And that wonderful little musical man is not only liked by the Curtis pupils but by every- one who knows him in some Way or another. -FRANCES RYAN, Curtis, 1st Prize, Br. Prose, Courier Lit. Cont. Page 55 DIVISION 309 Teacher: M. Schulz Curtis Bakers, Mary Jane Baltrukas, Alice Bartfay, Ervin Bender, George Benko, Frank Bishton, LaVerne Boedeker, Roy Bohn, Alfred Boriss, John Boughan, Betty Brady, Norma Jean Caporiglione, Carniella Chidichimo, Frank Cohs, Gertrude Conrad, Frances Cook, Dorothy Mae Dalenberg, Frances Deloian, Ross DenBesten, Gertrude Deckersback, Alberta Doeseckle, Helen Erby, Hans Faber, Peter Gephart, Duane Goodrich, Frank Greagar, Ann Gustafson, Raymond Hanic, Catherine Harder, Leo Hills, James Hulford, Calvin Jurgenson, Jack Katzmarek, Henry Kipfer, Ernest Kurzeja, Mary Laus, Elizabeth Lugosi, Alex Madej, Burnard Pelk, Frank Russin, Frank Schapendonk, Raymond Wetlierlmee, Robert VVick, Adline VVoodworth, Waldo Ackerman, Lois Allen, Jean Andrews, Mary Badali, Catherine Barlog, Richard Bessinger, John Bisbee, Dorothy Calzavara, Gena Camedeca, Mary De Haas, Marcella Denk, Marie DIVISION 311 Teacher: B. Graham Curtis Ahnquist, Evelyn Appelone, Stella Anderson, Harry Barribal, Earl Bellas, George Bezacka, Virginia Bierzychudek, Casinier Buchholz, Robert Canty, Shirley Contus, Florence Cavada, Lena Dikes, Lillian Duffy, Patrich Estrade, Mildred Federoski, Frank Flanagan, Kathleen Francyak, Eleanor Frew, Helen Jane Gacas, Stanley Gorsuch, Richard Goulieris, Helen Griffith, Richard Guglielmi, Matilda I-Iarnby, Ruby I-Ieacock, Joseph Jassica, Edmund Jensen, Finn Kenney, Marie Lavric, Stephen Machnyk, Walter M-etz, Henry Mizgata, Edward Pearson, Mildred Romba, Anna Sosnoski, Sylvester Spadeni, Olilia Sromek, Stephenie Swing, George Taub, Charles Thomas, Franklin Varellas, Bessie VVeledka, VValter Widnier, James Zetti, Guido DIVISION 313 Teacher: F. Robinson Curtis Howard, Alfred King, Morbert Macfarlane, Wade Madderom, Eugene Marcach, Paul Marcisz, Victoria Marsch, Andrew Martin, Robert Mikailian, George Mirich, VValter Neniesnijik, Vernoica Novak,'Rita Opalko, George Orel, Sophie Ostrowski, Arlene Paul, Kathryn Piech, Chester Ploniann, Carol Quedensley, VVinifred Radcliffe, Beryl Radcliffe, Betty Ringey, Betty Rosko, John Schilling, Martha Schroeder, Nicholas Sempowicz, Nick Skelly, Robert Skelly, Williani Sniieszek, Marion Sowaclski, Edward Sterno, Genevieve , Stacky, Edward Statkns, Ruth Stuebing, Robert Tapa, Irene Telega, John Thomas, Merle Thurner, Rudolph Toth, Joe Vinke, Ethel YVillette, William Zadesty, Robert Zakarian, Agnes DIVISION-AUDITORIUM Teacher: H. Landers Ermoian, Agnes Erickson, Doris Fonfara, Sophie Gerlikas, Pete Giammario, Mary Goldikas, Irene Huber, Hilda Jendryaszek, Janet Jogniinas, Frank Johnson, David Keller, Ruth Curtis Kilheeny, Catherine Kione, Joseph Korzeniecki, Margaret Malanga, Anthony Mantia, Jean Martinotti, Henry Meunie, Anna Newald, Betty O'Neill, Sarah Panozzo, Louis Pierrzga, Mary DIVISION 315 Teacher: B. Jenkinson Curtis Bachta, Gertrude Bankowski, Chester Barlog, NVillia1n Behrens, Denise Bratka, Anna Cavanaugh, Mary Cebulski, Stanley Cholewa, Michael Ciercierski, Florence Fitzpatrich, Eugene Florek, Frank Gobis, Leonard Gradle, Raymond Greniewicki, Joseph Hermandez, Raymond Johnson, Raymond Johnson, Russell Kubiak, Casniire Kirczwara, Stanley Kulig, Mary Kusyk, Anna Kuta, Joseph Kwoka, Raymond Lachenber, Victoria Ogorzelec, Estelle Ostapowi, Louis Pankiewicz, John Piech, Walter Pienkowski, Sophie Pudlo, Stanley Reven, Richard Ruthawski, Eleanor Ruthawski, Sabina Skomorski, Sylvia Sokolawski, Evelyn Sullivan, Marion Vander Lutgaren, Edward Wachtor, Bernice VVilga, NValter VVisniewski, Chester Rossel, Ruth Ryan, Frances Schroeder, Margie Schroeder, Raymond Spiller, Gino Sudds, Frances True, Jane Wille, Chris Wortel, Delores Yoways, Stanley Zube, Charles SUMMER NIGHT Night has tented the earth with black velvet, Night has woven a necklace against the velvet And pinned it to the sky with myriad starsg Of pearls, and strung them on a silver thread Night has thought of travelers in the darkness, And hung for them a crystal ball, the moon: Night has loaned to lovers her magic, And softly breathes for them a lover's tune. Night has donned a sweeping gown of velvet, ' And cushioned slippers, so to softly treadg Page 56 Night has put on soft slippers of black velvet, I U l And hu-ng her tent with lanterns-Venus, Mars. Night In her gown and TUIHSY necklacev Must surrender to the daylight all too soong Must softly fold her tent and take her jewels westward, And descend the sky upon her silver chariot the moon. -MARION DEMPSEY, Curtis Hon. Men., Br. Poetry, Courier Lit. Cont. THE VALUE OF A HIGH SCHOOL EDUCATION ' The four years that boys or girls spend in high school are about the most important four years in their lives. Wlaen a boy enters high school, he doesn't realize that it is the foundation for his future life. But after he graduates from high school he sees that without the education which he received in high school he wouldn't get far in life. For example, a certain boy did not go to high school and applied for a job. The manager asks him how much education he has had. The boy tells him and the manager says that it is not adequate. The boy does not get the job. The second example is that of a boy who has gone through high school. He applies for a job at the same firm. The manager asks him how much education he has had and the boy tells him that he is a high school graduate. The manager says the education is adequate and the boy gets the job. Any boy or girl that does not wa-nt to go to high school will be sorry for it later on. -CONSTANCE MANOVICPI, Curtis, Hon. Men., Br. Prose, Courier Lit. Cont. ' Page 57 RADIO STARS ADMIRED BY THE CURTISITES This is station C-U-R-T-I-S broadcasting to Mt. Vernon, Burnside, and Fenger. Keep listen- ing for the latest lowdown on your favorite radio stars and programs. Orchids to Eddie Cantor, for most students chose him the best radio entertainer. Lillian Dikos laughs at his jokes, while Eugene Goodrich says that he is the best actor. Frank Madderom, Hul- ford Calvin, and Edward Josica prefer to hear his singing. A runner up for first place is Fred Astaire. Robert Buchholz and Patrick Duffy en- joy the music and dancing. Henry Mertz's choice is Charles Butterworth, of the same program be- cause his jokes vary every week. George Swing chooses Jack Benny, for he enjoys the drama sent o'er the air waves weekly. Carol Plomann and Kathryn Paul listen in on "Vick,s Open House", because Nelson Eddy is the singer. Stephenie Sromek says, "One Man's Family" concerns every- one." Karhlyn Flanagan thinks char the "First Nightersu are really worth listening to. Some "thisa" and "thata" about today's popu- lar dance orchestras. Kay Kyser is best liked by Raymond Hertz and Jane Felkamp. The sooth- ing music of Wayne King is appreciated more by Dorothy Schlieman than the throaty brass of the swing and stomp. Helen Frew and Lena Cavado turn the dial to the "Hit Parade", for here they can be up on the latest popular tunes. The "Barn Dance" program is picked by Dena DeVries, Doro- thy Mrjenroid and Guido Zotti as their favorite program. Though this is not a commercial, Dena does like the humorous parts of the program-shh -Dorothy and Guido both prefer the cowboy songs. I see my time's up and so, in signing off, may I say, "So long, abyssinia, etc? Hope you'll listen in next semester!" -RUTH O'LsoN. Som-ms ZWITTING. IRENE-HER ODD VIEW POINT Being the center of interest about whom eight brothers and sisters revolve is no fun according to Miss Irene Galdikas. One of nine children, Irene is a husky, blue-eyed miss who could crash through the best defensive football line, and why not? She's been crashing through her brothers and sisters as far back as she can remember. Her vigorous, athletic apearance leads one to suspect she is athletically inclinedg and she is, for she is a member of the G. A. A. at Curtis. Fond of swimming, baseball, basketball and other sports, she does not hesitate in expressing her opinion as to girls in football. "Girls can do anything boys can,-even play football." Irene believes that girls versus girls would be a great sport, especially if she were tackled. "Then we'd really see a tough game, maybe not as rough as the boys aref, Lon Warnecke and Bill Herman are her favorite base- ball figures. Being an avid baseball fan, she'll stay Page 5 8 home from a party, if necessary, to listen to a game at which she cannot be present. The girl has mermaid ideas, too, for one of the reasons she knows she'll like Fenger is because, "I can take swimming, oh boy!" As a student at Saints Peters and Paul School, Irene took the leads in several plays. The only sen- sation she ever had was the sickening one of find- ing her knees buckling under her. Irene admits she thrills to the applause, but she has no aspira- tions either for the stage or screen.-A private secretary is her goal. For one with such varied tastes, it's not unusual to discover that the classics are her ideal reading matter. Her favorite author is Margaret Clemens. She feels Fenger will not disappoint her as she anxiously looks forward to enterihg our midst. -IDA RANGE. "THE EMERALD ISLE" In January of 1937, a cast of ten principals and a chorus of 165 selected voices produced "The Emerald Isle," an opera written by Basil Hood, Sir A. Sullivan, and Edward Geyman. It is a story of the ages long struggle between Irish peasants and absentee English landlords. While the situation is, of course, serious, the action throws into broad relief the innate sense of humor possessed by the Irish and the English alike. When the audience attending the public per- formance of the opera see, Lord and Lady New- iofz, Professor Bunn and Mickey, they will laugh at and with them. With Pat Murphy and Molly O'Graa'y, the Irish peasants, present the audience will have food for sympathy, too. Before the opera as discussed by Dr. Knight in the above paragraphs was given, several questions were submitted to the students, one of which was, "How will you feel when the curtain rises on the first act of the opera?" Joe Gentile, Peter Tanis, and Irene Masier coniclently stated, they would all feel Hne. Shirley Selby said, "I'11 feel very much better when the curtain drops." Ethel Geiger would be too thrilled to utter a word, while Victor Gentile admitted he would feel pretty bad. David Johnson, Betty Newald, and Margaret Korzenecki believed they would be nervous. Another question was "What part would you like to play in the opera?,' Janet Sendryaseg fa- vors the role of Lady Newfon. Sophie Fonfara and An-ne Mae Meunier want the part of Molly. Frances Ryan's desire is to be the Soldier. John Bessinger, Peter Gerlikas, and Henry Martinotte would like to portray Professor Bunn. Frances Sudds thinks Laffy Roscds part would suit her very well. Jack Kilroy says heid be "tops" if he could take the part of Pat Murplay. By the time the COURIER is published all these desires have been fulfilled, or forgotten. Som-HE ZWITTING. SYLVIA SHAFFNER. CURTIS STUDENT COUNCIL Curtis Student Council was organized four years ago as the Curtis Hall Guard Council. Miss Srue-nkel has been and still is the adviser. The chief object at the outset was to better hall guard order. Every semester the group has en- larged its program of service to the school. Today the Student Council consists of fourteen members. Ten Room Representatives, four chair- men of Standing Committees: the Office, Lost and Found, Lunch Room, and the Curtis Booster Committee. These Committees are of great im- portance to the school. The Oiiice Committee is a big help to Mr. Cookg the Lost and Found is re- sponsible for lost articlesg the Lunch Room group judges each Division and awards gold bars and prizes for perfect order, and the Curtis Booster Committee helps to give Curtis a good name. Aside from the Service Program, the Council won fame and recognition through the student social activities. HALL GUARDS OF CURTIS The hall guards have a great responsibility which must be met. One must be capable and take orders which must be enforced and obeyed. The job of a hall guard is to maintain law and order in the halls, direct visitors, new studentsg and he must be very alert not to let anyone pass with- out a teacher's pass. His post of duty may be on the third, second or first floor. As a hall guard one must be efficient and be capable of handling the students tactfully. This the Curtis Hall Guards have attained. Page 5 9 MISS MORAN DIVISION 212 Teacher: R. Wright Mt. Vernon Bergera, Mary Booth, Lillian Booski, Frances Buchus, Laura Burkelund, Virginia Caserio, Marie Cassidy, Sylvia Dado, Betty Daro, Eleanor Dyrek, Florence Fredric, William Wayne Gaizauskas, Albena Gaizauskas, Aldona Glan, Eleanor Hillman, LaVerne Houstrup, Constance Hynko, Jeanette Jones, Frances Jones, Jennie Kadziolka, Mary Karoll, Genevieve Kasper, Stella Kubasak, Mamie Kucinskas, Bernice Lelifring, Louise Matelis, Bernice Matikonis, Lita Melish, Josephine Meskauskas, Irene Olsen, Gertrude Peterson, Helen Plungis, Casimer Sebena, Margaret Sidock, Juluis Smith, Betty Spielchout, Agnes Suecko, Margaret Swanson, Betty Urban, Mike Vato, Florence NVestwater, Florence Wheeler, Agnes DIVISION 301 Teacher: A. Eddy Mt. Vernon Ariel, Pearl Bandstra, William Bennett, Melvin Berg, Naomi Bergquist, Erna Bokr, Marjorie Bond, Earl Brunette, Harold Danielson, Sherwin Desidero, Clelia DeYoung, Shirley Hazen, Donald Hilliger, Lorraine Holmquist, Fred Hylander, Raymond Jekonas, Anna Jensen, Robert Jern, Russell Kohnen, Theodore Kohnke, Mildred Kramer, Robert Krasawski, Ben Linde, Norman Madderom, Marcella ROAMING I'd like to roam and Laugh with glee, To hear and feel the splashing Of the roaring sea. I'd like to breath the air Of a foreign landg And then put my feet On its mysterious sand. Then to go in a thrilling Questg Of 21 bold pirate's Treasure chest. I want to roam on both Land and seag And be proud that I'm a Happy and free., -MARIAN InT1N, Mt Page 60 roamer, . Vernon. MT. VERNON Marchiando, Margaret Nolan, Ellen Osterberg, Robert Rurdy, Betty Schiro, June Skagerberg, Dorothy Sparrow, Marian Sutton, Glenn Tullgren, Ray VVilkus, Helen Crotty, Jeanette Siska, John Roman, Andrew Komorowski, Joseph DIVISION 303 Teacher: G. Piclcard Mt. Vernon Abrams, Edward Anastasi, Alesio Bandstra, Andrew Beno, Frank Beno, Paul Beiglow, Lorraine Boettcher, Dorothy Chessik, Stanley Cook, Florence Dixon, Dorothy Fletcher, Vollie Gloriosa, Domnine Griggs, Robert Harrison, Lois Henry, Jean Holmstem, Gunnar Kuyper, Luccelle Landeck, Florence Laudeman, Jane Leschinsky, Edward Lowach, Mildred Majury, Robert Marsh, Dorothy Mathey, Dorothy Myer, Donald Nanfeldt, Evelyn Pelzman, John Petriekis, Mary Phillips, Elaine Schmidt, Clarance Schroeder, Alice Schwertfeger, Chas. Small, Daniell Turturillo, Joseph Vander Mevde, Mildred Vogt, Emmet lfVerner, Arthur Wiese, Gerald Pacini, Francis Kuester, Norma DIVISION 305 Teacher: S. Platt Mt. Vernon Amburil, Gladis Anderson, June Barry, John Bond, Doris Clapp, Charline Clement, Billy Cuzner, Harry Dittgen, Marcia Graefsma, Richard Griffin, Donald J Guettner, VVilIiam Harrowun, James Hedberg, Carol Mae Johnson, Lawrence Koval, Andrew Krauyalis, Otto Kueker, Robert Kurdts, Teddy Larson, Gregor Laux, Margaret Legg, Eleanor Lyon, James Minicus, Carol Naradoroski, Harriet Palmer, John Plantinga, Dorothy Schwarz, Vernon Roesing, Winona Smith, John M. Stegenga, Melvin Till, June Toomey, Edward Vanderberg, Roy Varbaere, Louis A FIGHT XVersells, Edward NVest, Morris VVilliford, Istalena VVilson, John VVoalsey, Arthur NVyngarden, Gilbert DIVISION 307 Teacher: M. McCa Mt. Vemon Anderson, Eleanor Berquam, Robert Bruzas, John Chimelina, Mary Cook, Howard Dixon, Lorraine D'Oltanio, Julia Ellis, Bernita Friedsan, Lawrence Gruenthaler, Marie Haaksma, NfVal1ace Hubble, Rita Johnson, Shirley Kereakes, Martina Korienek, Margaret Krajci, August Kruizenga, Angelena Long, Lorraine Martiere, Doris Marten, James Miller, Warren Morrison, Andrew Muzynski, Estelle Norton, Thelma Petro, Mary Rubinas, Leo Samelak, Mary Sanders, Douglas Sarnowsky, Joe Sears, Mary Jayne Sipka, Andrew Stano, Anna Tate, Byron Vander Mey, Magdel Verkinder, Victor Vogelsang, June Bell, Robert Balabon, Albin Just before school Joe accidentally stepped on Torn's sore foot. Hot words were exchafngedg the fight would have started then but the bell rang. So Tom said, "Meet me in the alley tonight? Joe answered, "O. K. and you'll be carried out." After school the two warriors went to the alley and began scrapping. Finally they were separated by a man who saw them as he was going by. When they stopped fighting they walked off together and became inseparable com- panions. --RICHARD GRAAFSMA, Mt. Vernon. I 4 i E I , ,, 5 3 6 1 L T ' , A A V Ii, P Q4 V i FENGER'S FOOTBALL TEAM Flags waving! Bells ringing! Out on the field they ru-n, Fengefis in the lead- With plenty of pep and steam, Passing the ball to and fro, Wllen the game is done, Fenger,S Football Team! The crowds whistle wildly and scream, Can you guess who won? Now the whistle is blown, Fenger's Football Team! Down the field they speed, -DONALD GRIITFIN, Mt. Vernon. Page 61 ROOM 308 Teacher: M. Brazelton Mt. Vernon Adams, Ethel Anderson, Shirley Archer, Mary Aurelius, Anna Mae Bergstrom, Thelma Brombcrg, Norma Brown, William Bubnar, Pearl Cotter, Genevieve Dahlstroom, Dorothy Dalling, La Verne Dickinson, Dorothy Drolen, Lillian Dudzik, Frank Enrietti, Madeline Furno, Angelo Garlock, Fred l-Iaitsma, Robert Hast, Virginia Jones, Vincent Kabelis, Sophie Kieset, Reinhardt Kuiken, Robert Lazaris, Helene Lucas, Paul Ludvigsen, Irma Olson, Dorothy Peters, Bernice Podhorsy, Olive Schroth, Margaret Scott, Grace Tracy, Wilhelmina Van Alstyne, Phyllis Van Scheltema, Beverly Wessman, Kenneth Zachos, Louis DIVISION 309 Teacher: A. Watson Mt. Vernon Abbott, Clara Anderson, Edward Artin, Marian Bennett, James Biegel, Genvieve Botsford, William Carpenter, Elaine Carr, Mary Chukwines, Lillian DeZceiiw, Nelly Franzen, Ray Holm, Max Higgins, Betty I-Ioekstra, Arthur Keesen, Arline Lawley, Myrtle Lowe, Beatrice Luedeking, Eloise Markunas, Peter Mengel, Olga Million, Norman Moore, Walter Mullauer, Gertrude Oppenkuis, Neola Phillips, Llewelyn Phillips, Norman Polley, Dorothy Rackauskas, Joseph Reis, Charlotte Roeda, Bud Sharkey, Viola Simons, Robert Streelman, Alice Sytsma, Paul Von Overmier, Leonard Zandstra, Evelyn Zandstra, Marilyn Zylstra, Pearl DIVISION 310 Teacher: F. Mullen Mt. Vernon Aurelius, Constance Barshack, James Beckler, Lorraine Beyer, June Blocker, Calvin Bresnyan, Charles Ciochettie, Battistina Cunningham, Elaine DeVries, Nellie Dirksen, Betty Dragon, Mary Emmeloth, Myrthle Goebig, Margaret Gravander, Elaine J. Heyen, Shirley Hochn, Charles Johnson, Ray F. Johnston, Helen Kiugma, Marten Kozak, Sophie Kursar, William Leo, Frank Madderom, Sidney Radimaker, Henry Rodin, Bertil Rowe, Adele Sittema, Richard Stiehler, Evelyn Ton, Robert VanBuren, Lucille NVeber, Vernon Zeh, Rita Ziemer, Colletta DIVISION 312 Teacher: A. Morrow Mt. Vernon Adams, Victor Anderson, Vivian Berglund, Florence Bergstrom, Ardell Brandsma, Gertrude Dahlberg, Evelyn DiSanto, Josephine Deijo, Henry Elliott, Audral Evans, Robert Fjeldheian, Ingrid Frisckkorn, Doris Germeroad, Jessie Gorski, Elizabeth Kennedy, Margaret Kezeneski, Katherine Kros, Winifred Martin, Lucille McArthur, Margaret Milhouse, Juanita Miskin, Angeline Olson, Solveig Perlott, Lena Postma, Helen Schorle, Richard Shea, Catherine Szubryt, VValter VVetyaz, Rose DIVISION 313 Teacher: R. Kirchner Mt. Vernon Bleadon, Jacob Bliss. Robert Bruining, Robert Elm, Edward Glud, Elsa Harper, Robert Hathaway, Earl Hopkins, Jack Johnson, Mary Joseph, Harry Kaufman, NVendcll Kemmer, Kenneth Lucas, Jean Nelson, Bernard Pertile, Norma Peterson, Jean Richards, VVilliam Rogers, Geraldine Smith, James , Spicer, Charles Tarro, Theresa Testolin, Elsa Tuck, George Vandersyder, Earl NVallin, Robert Xkiaters, Patricia YVilson, Donald Wilson, Sam Yuktonis, Al. Bechaz, Aldo Clifton, Betty A FLORIDA HURRICANE Ever been in a hurricane? No? Well, I have. I've been in a real tropical hurricane down in Miami, Florida. Seems funny, doesn't it, that trees can knock off the roofs of homes, or roofs tly around and sail into the middle of apartment buildings. First, let me describe a hurricane. Little by little one notices that the wind is getting stronger. All of a sudden reports are sent out, reports or warnings that a tropical gale is com- ing. "Down in your storm cellars, bar your win- dows, rent a room on the eighth floorf' are a few of the cries one hears from the experienced. Then it strikes! Rain comes down in torrents. Trees are uprooted, roofs crash, and transport trucks just roll over. Many lives are lost, and the amount of damage is enormous. For two or three days after the storm, the wind continues to blow, and it keeps on raining. During this time it is Page 62 Kosik, Helen necessary to swim to the grocery and milk store and take what's on the top shelf, then in 11 day or two more one will be able to swim or wade next door for a dry loaf of bread and the like. Now one is safe again for six months, maybe! --LORRAINE BECKLER, Mt. Vernon, 2nd Prize, Br. Prose, Courier Lit. Cont. MT. VERNON SCHOOL On one-hundred-fifth and Morgan Stands Mt. Vernon School, supreme. And in the eyes of its occupants Is a proud and happy gleam. The building is high, very high, Compared with the houses around it. And because of the neighboring prairies There is much fresh air that surrou-nds it. -ARDELLE BERGSTOM, Mt. Vernon. 1 P l ' ' - lv , - X THE JOY OF WINNING fl mean it wasj Until our team There are sounds of laughter, Made things buzz- There SIC Sh0LlIZS of j0y. But now' We,Ve WQI1, Our team has won-- The game is o'er, And hour!-O boy! And we're going back with a mighty scorc. The score was tied, -VINCENT JONES, Mt. Vernon. Page 63 SPOTS AND SPIRALS AT MT. VERNON Girls, if you like curly haired boys, take a look at the opposite sex right at Mt. Vernon. There seem to be quite a few of them over there. If' - you're not satisfied with just curly hair, but par- ticular about the color also, you're still in luck. You may have a choice of blonde, brown ,or black hair. In the curliest black-haired group are Charles Swartzfager and Vincent Jones. The runners-up are Angelo Furno and Glenn Sut- ton. The curliest blondes are Earl Bond, Andrew Sipka, and Bud Roeda. The curliest brown-haired fellows are Jacob Bleadon, Julius Sidock, and Wil- liam Guettner. Charles Bresnyan is the only ,curly haired brunette. Now, don't all rush him, girls. There are other "runner-ups" too, but we do not know the color of their hair. For the girls who make no distinction in color there are John Pelz- man, Aldo Bechoz, Richard Klofsma, and William Kursur. I'll wager these boys all ate bread crusts when they were young. ' Now, changing the subject, we'll give the girls a break and talk about them. QWhat girl doesn't like to see something about herself in the Cour- ier?j Our subject will be freckles. Mary Petrikeis, Ethel Adams, Jane Schiro, Ar- dell Bergstrom, Mary Samelok, Jean Peterson, Nellie De Zeeuw, Mary Bergra, Margaret Laux, and Nellie De Vries have the most. In case you didn't know, girls, if you have a lot of freckles, you'll have a great deal of money when you're old. We have runners-up, too. They are Jean Henry, La Verne Dalling, Lorraine I-Iiliger, Cath- erine Shea, Anne Strom, Theresa Tarro, Arlene Kurson, Connie Houstrup, Doris Bond, and Betty Clifton. In contrast to all these freckled lassies, there are Lucille Kuyper, Dorothy Dickinson, El- len Nolan, Vivian Anderson, Doris Martire, Nor- ma Pertile, Eloise Luedeking, Jennie Jones, Har- riet Naradowski, and Coletta Zumer who haven't an . Y -MARJORIE OHLENKAIVIP, 4B A MT. VERNON CO-ED "Peanuts? I love them, but Mother nearly has a hemmorrhage when I bring them home," related this petite Italian miss, named Norma Pertile. This lA, just fifteen years old October 30, a pupil at Mt. Vernon since her second year in grammar school, is a most active member of her school. When she was questioned about it, she replied, "Oth! I think it's grandg I can't think of leaving Mt. Vernon." Norma is taking a College Com- mercial Course and finds it interesting. Twisting the ends of her brown curly hair arou-nd her fm- gers, she finally admitted in a modest fashion that she holds the important position as the President of the Student Council at the Mt. Vernon Branch. This rosy-complexioned girl takes a great inter- est in the various clubs of the school. Miss Pertile is a member' of the Math Club, and she also can boast of being the President of the Frosh Y, where 'Page 64 she takes a very active part. Division Room 313 is also proud of her as their room president. Reading is her favorite pastime. "Of all the books which I've ever read, the murder and mys- tery stories thrilled me the most," she said as she poked her head from behind a mystery book. She delights in such books as The Corpse with the Dirty Face and Tales of Sherlock Holmes. Norma said that she'd like to be on the Courier or News Staff when she comes to Fenger. As this very capable girl is already a leader at Mt. Vernon, we hope that she will succeed as a leader at the main building. "To be a dress designer is my ambition after I graduatef' she responded, her eyes sparkling with joy, and we hope she reaches her destination. - -NELVIE VANDERBILT. MT. VERNON'S AMATEUR SHOW "Around and around she goes, and where she stops nobody knows." And so Madame Bowes, Celia Desiders, and her group of amateurs thrilled an audience with entertainment. Perhaps you are wondering just where all this took place. Well, Mt. Vernon gave an amateur show for the Thanksgiving Fund. Afterwards a social was held in the gyin for those who attended the perform- ance. Now, I am going to tell you just how some of those amateurs felt when they were confronted by the bright lights and an enormous audience. Mildred Kohnke played the piano and said every- thing went oif smoothly. Another girl, having perfect stage presence, is Naomi Berg, who sang and played the guitar. Russell Jern said that his part went off like clock-work, he rang the gong. Raymond Hylander, and Marian Sparrow, who sang, said they felt hot and then cold. Unlike Raymond and Marian, Marcella Madderom's song went along splendidly. Ellen Nolan and Lorraine I-Iilliger, a comedy team, felt worse than anyone else. In the midst of si-nging their funny little song, the gong was rung. Now for some comments from the audience! Rose Wetyaz thinks Viola Sharkey was most graceful in her acrobatic solo. Gertrude Mullauer, a favorite because of her singing and yodeling to her own accompaniment on the guitar, has many staunch followers. Angeline Miskin, Bettie Gor- ski, Solveig Olson, and Margaret McArthur think she will go far with her voice, guitar playing, and also the expression she puts into her singing. Mel- vin Bennett, June Schiro, Morris West, and Sher- win Danielson thi-nk there is no one like Aldo Beckaz, who played the accordion. Helen Wilkus cannot make up her mind between Viola and Aldo. Romeo and Juliet, given by Sherwin Dan- ielson, Robert Jensen, Ray Tullgren, and Kenneth Engstrom were favorites also. This show can be considered an accomplishment. VALERIE LENVIS, 4B. Y .. L . , ORGANIZATIONS OF MT. VERNON The Mt. Vernon branch has many fine organ- izations. The Math Club is comprised of stu- dents who elected Mary Louise Johnson, presi- dentg Solveig Olson, secretaryg and Kenneth Eng- strom, treasurer. They publish a bi-weekly paper which is sponsoring E1 puzzle contest .... The G. A. A. girls presented an Amateur party. These girls also Work for bars, through athletic activ- ities .... The Glee Club gave a concert for the Thanksgiving collection. Included in the pro- gram were cowboy songs, dancing and solos by Marion Antin and Thelma Norton, and dancing by Dorothy Skogerberg and Viola Sharkey .... In the Art Class there are three hundred students under Mr. W. A. Morrow. Victor Adams and Anna Mae Johnson are the oustanding students in poster making. The band is getting fine training under Mr. Burnham. Pug1'65 YF! LT v. .qw 1 f X . f . V x . 1. , Aj r1- , , , . . 2 l 1 f . 1 . f v I f Z 'A -- J 51" 1,1 2 fi A e Edward Sternberg 5......' F, A ll Prerideni 4A,S JUNE Virginia Ver Valin Evelyn Anaston Harold Von Horn Norma Anderson Robert Yanipolsky Ruth Barron Ruth Bodamer 4A'5 Shirley Borchardt - , Rfifirginia Fallon ?iiIiigll3rzi:drAl1xen Lillian Kluses Darym Flora Roger Buchholz Vice-Presiflent Ons Glieene Dorothy Campbell Edna Gfmn Mildred Carleton Theresa Gustzls Jane Daleuberg Edward Henley Arthur Goucher Jane Ienkinson Am J-O Ce Hem Correll Julien Nami , I5 Hemi g im? Kligsula, 1. Asmfi Jlifdaiii' ' 'au . rauya 15 Lillian Kluses g3Oh'lfL'Safk Arthur McConnachie Astrid Jordahl Agia alsiearigliijpien Vllillianl lNLl'CGaghie 5,,c,L.,n,3, Vvmiam Peters Edward Sternberg Josephine Pochron , Martin Schmidt 4B S Astrid Seagren Richard Iarecki Mary Sosety Loretta Kunnnerer Jean Svensen Charles Higgins Helen Toczyl Lisa Pfannendorfer Eugene Tuech Robert Smitter Mildred Carleton Wilhelrnina Van Howe Robert VVintercorn Treasurer l National Honor Society Miss Sarah Jane Thomas, sponsor of the Na- Her successor, Miss Esther Lundquist, is a capable tional Honor Society, has resigned this semester. leader, and We know that she will successfully During the past eight years, her expert leadership serve the Society and Win for herself further ad has brought her close to the hearts of the students. miration of the students. Page 6 S FENGER NEWS STAFF Marguerite Clark Warren Hansen Geraldine Bannert A.r.rigumaut Editor Assigmueut Editor .Managing Editor Clare Raatjes Eleanor Boak Rose Vashik Adrienne Vitalis F irst Page Editor Pliotograplier B2l.Y1i7l0IS M amzgor Pliatograjrlzcr Robert Wintercorn Margaret Burnop Loretta Kommerer Robert Smitter l Sixth Page Editor ' Sccoud Page Editor Feature Editor Boys' Sport: Editor Rita O'Bricn Lorraine Sablotny Hilda Prythevo Virginia lVierenga. Fourth Page Editor Circulation Alauagar Circulation llfauagor Third Page Editor ' Lisa Pfannendorfer Marie Roeper George Murdock Elsie Nickel ' Fifth Page Editor Treasurer Photographer Literary Editor Miss Mildred Taylor Carmel Navigato Kenneth Zollinger Vivian Marsh Advisor :Music Editor Assistant Sports Ed. lift. Vernon Branch l Josephine Xvrolmel Dorothy Rachlitz Susan Cullip I Bruee Matl1eS0!1 l Mi. Vernon Branch. Music Editor Humor Editor City News Bureau Ed. Assistant Sports Ed, Phyllis Hansen Ann Sonsini Helen Smith John Le Noble Faculty Editor Girls' Sport.: Pz'r.vo1mI Editor Calumet Index Bodell Christensen' Virginia Brehm Adelaide Greene Eileen Vauiflifl Clxirago Tribune Interview Editor Advertising Assistaizt Alumni Editor Edith Borchnrflt Jack La Fountain Mary Ahheduto Jewell Keeson Faculty Editor South Eud Reporter Art Editor Publicity Editor Mary. Stamp Anne Lotz jean De Young Jean Turnbull ' Daily lVow.v Buruxide Branch Pu::::lc Editor Girls' Sports Editor James Irlvolgombe Paulette Gross Joe Pacholik Dorothy Estabrook 16.0.1 .L.. Ifcf orrrr Humor Editor Advortikilzg Assistant E.rcliawige.r Millicent Worthy Alice Mae Duncan Arlene Vililson Lucille-Napoli Curtis Clmzrman Interview Editor Porsmrals Curtzs Chairman Page 69 THE FENGER NEWS STAFF In long past years the semi-annual Courier was the only source of news received by the students, hence the organization of the Fenger News Staff in 1922, with the purpose in mind to bring more frequently to the student body items of interest relevant to the school life. It is undisputedly today one of the main news sources of the Fenger High School. Miss Mildred Taylor, adviser of the News Staff, has competent assignment editors in Marguerite Clark and Warren Hansen, who have the respon- sible duties of assigning all stories and do proof reading. Geraldine Bannert and Lorreta Kum- merer, also in the editorial department, are the managing and feature editors who assign the page write-ups and the feature stories, respectively. The page editors, too, have responsible work to do. Clare Raatjes, in charge of Page One, has the important news stories and special features to arrange, while Margaret Burnop takes care of the editorials and the features on Page Two. Worry- ing about the branch news and the crossword puzzle is Virginia Wieringa's duty on Page Three. To make up the club page is hard, for it has to be interesting as well as simple and understand- able. This is the -problem of Rita O,Brien, Fourth Page editor. Lisa Pfannendorfer has to combine the girls, sports, the R. O. T. C., and the small news items on Page Five. Boys' sports that are filled with- enthusiasm and school spirit is Robert Winter- corn's task on Page Six. Hilda Prythero and Lor- raine Sablotny, circulation managers, are responsi- ble for the promptness of the newspaper delivery to the representativesg while Rose Vashik and her able assistants-Adelaide Greene and Joe Pacholik -have charge of the advertisements in the busi- ness department. Marie Roeper, treasurer, accounts for all the money spent a-nd the amount received. Robert Smitter, boys' sports editor, and his assistants, Kenneth Zollinger and Bruce Matheson, and Ann Sonsini and Jean Turnbull, girls' sports writers, comprise the sports department. The photogra- ll 'L , i W i "T Page 70 phers who deserve much credit for the splendid pictures they have taken are George Murdock, Adrienne Vitalis, and Eleanor Boak. The Branch editors, Ann Lotz, Burnside, Vivian Marsh and Josephine Wrobel, Mt. Vernon, Millicent Worthy and Lucille Napoli, Curtis, collect the items con- tributed by the branchites and edit them. Robert Wintercorn and Rita O,Brien were the chosen ones to attend the annual Illinois State High School Press Association held at the Uni- versity of Illinois, Urbana, Illinois, on Novem- ber Sth, 6th, and 7th. An interesting feature of the convention is the critical service offered. The representatives reported that the judges were most commendatory. Another convention, held in Detroit, Michigan, on December 3rd, 4th, and Sth, was attended by Marguerite Clark, Helen Smith, Adelaide Green, Warren Hansen, Edith Borchardt, Bruce Mathe- son, and Virginia Wieringa. THE HISTORY STAFF In commemoration of the tenth birthday of Fenger a History Staif, composed of some of the members of the Fenger News Staff, compiled a history of the school since its beginning in 1903. In April, 1935, the Quill and Scroll members had compiled a short list of significant dates on the occasion of the 300th anniversary of the found- ing of the Boston Latin School. Then, using this material as a basis, the History Staff developed the history which was published and presented to the school November 18, 1936. Their laudable work was done under the direc- tion of Robert Smitter and Marguerite Clark, editors, and Miss Mildred Taylor, faculty ad- viser. In addition to those who finally completed the work there were a number of others who assisted in writing the articles. They are Mavis Buikema, James Cunningham, Ruth Bodamer, Charles Hig- gins, Jane Jenkinson, Parker Horsley, Marian Erickson, a-nd Lorraine Lyons. NEXVS HISTORY T011 Row-Boak, Kumcr- er, O'Brien, Raatjes, Miss Taylor, Bannert. Middle Row-Roeper, Sablotny, Murdock, Burnop, Winter- corn, Vitalis. Bollom Raw -Wieringa, Clark, Smit- ter, Vashik. AA -- e I4-4 NEWS REPRESENTATIVES ' A Top Row-Cullip, Christensen, Roonly, Arquilla, Colman, Munson, Anderson, Hine, Tobra, Clark, Bortfoy, Meskaus- kas, Miller, Young. Tbirfl Row-Harts, Horne, Roy, Riley, Roepers, Wolf, Parkes, Phillippe, Sampson, Scott, Swanson, Johnson, Samulionis, Kieradlo, Pallagi. Svcoml Row-Nylen, Alexander, Kritzberger, Berry, Reuther, Evans, Simenson, Butten, La Hola, Nalon, Parizcuk, Dixon, Fisher, Briscoe, Napoli, Clauter, Koch. Boffom Ron'-Herbert, Luberr, Lo- pez, Tissing, Stasi, Preston, Lcbin, Clifford, Stump, Allen, Buren. FENGER NEWS REPRESENTATIVES "How about the Fenger News this week?" This question asked every Thursday by the Fenger News representative is commonly recognized. One representative is appointed from each divi- sion room to carry on the duties, which are few but responsible. The task of keeping a record of the money and the orders is part of their work. Their loyalty and faithfulness to this paper is shown by the many copies which they urge the pupils to buy. Promptness with getting in the orders for the Fenger News, is expected of these representatives. Their ability is greatly appreciated when their work is done at the end of the semester. FUTURE EDITORS Extra, extra! Read all about the splendid work accomplished by the beginning journalism classes of Fenger High School. The two large classes of beginning journalism must learn the fundamentals of high-school jour- nalism so that they may Hll the vacancies left by our present News Staff. To do this satisfactorily the students must finally be able to compose an interesting and cleverly made up newspaper. Be- JOURNALISM T011 Row-Gross, McBroom, Hilkcrt, Miller, Evans, Pini- anski, Aulwurm, Wesse, Ohman, Baer, Cooper, Stenbock, Dcnney, Linzen. Third Raw-Burch, DeHaan, Charydchak, Mathieson, Phillippe, Sromek, Siniarski, Linnert, Snow, Smith, Verl-Iook, Friedman, Carta, Shripek. Second Row- Albright, Boland, Parker, Samuels, Lupien, Peterson, Novot- ny, Graves, Stark, Gove, Davia, Sett, Crowthe, Hinton, Fin- nell, Foote. Bofiom Rau'-Roggeveen, Rutherford, Hupp, Wasliburxi, Lockwood, Nebelsiek, Kommers, Olson, Hig- gins, johnson, DeYoung, Nebelsiek. fore they can make up a paper many things must be mastered, such as, writing full detail head- lines, arranging stories so that they form an at- tractive page, and learning how to choose and use the right font. The majority of the students agreed that writing headlines was their hardest task. Large type is used for the stories of the most news value and the smaller type for the ones of less importance. These students are given an opportunity to make-up a page, write a sport story on the Fenger- Calumet football game, and write a feature story from personal observation. Among the best page make-up editors are Betty Baer, Harry Johnson, Ruth DeYoung, George Lockwood, Pearl Lupien, and Vfilliam Skripek. Shirley Aulwurm, Greta Ohman, Evelyn Mathieson, and Betty Verhook proved to the boys that they are as successful sports writers as the boys. Glen Foote, William De Haan, Howard Boland, Charles Gross, and Russell Higgins held the honors for the boys. The feature stories written by Helen Graves, Shirley Snow, Vernon Hupp, Wiinda Sinarski, Gladys Mil- ler, Albert Marwick, and Evelyn Stenbach were cleverly prepared and some day all these people may be writing for some large metropolitan news- paper. Page 71 THE QUILL AND SCROLL The Fenger Quill and Scroll is part of a world- wide society of budding journalists. There are some three hundred chapters of this organization scattered over the world. Since the requirements for membership are difhcult, only a few of the many who try attain this honor. A student must be in the upper third of his class, must have been on the staff of the school publication for two semesters and there held a major position, he must be recommended by the supervisor and samples of his work-an editorial, a feature, and a news story-must be approved by the judges at the na- tional headquartersg all this before he can sport a membership pin. As the old saying is, "Anything worth while, is worth working for." Because there were only eight members in school this semester there were few activities. The members were Dorothy Clawson, presidentg Mil- dred Carleton, Vice-Presidentg Marguerite Clark, secretaryg Robert Perry, treasurerg and Jane Dal- enberg, program chairman, who were joined by three new members-Geraldine Bannert, Marion Erickson, and Warreii Hansen. The main event of the semester was the third annual reunion held during the Christmas holiday. Everyone enjoyed himself immensely making 'new friends and renewing old acquaintances which is always pleasant. The Christmas reunion is one of two annual events, the other being the Quill and Scroll contest to be held in the Spring. Plan to enter the contest and start working now. The early bird gets the worm! QUILL AND SCROLL Top Row-J. jenkinson, D. Clawson, M. Carleton, R. Perry, E. Dc Haan, M. D'Ottavio, M. Clark, J. Dalenberg. Bollom Row - M. Wryzykowski, R. Yampolsky, R. Barron, A. Ma- rianelli, V. Fallon, J. Pochron, C. julian, E. Van Etten. PI-IOREX To aspire to greater heights and not to waver from the desired goal denotes strength of char- acter, a splendid asset. The goal of many students of Fenger and one of the stepping stones to great- er heights is the Phorex. When a student has attained membership in this organization, he has the satisfaction of knowing that he has ac- complished something fine and noble in his high school career, inasmuch as he has depended solely on his own personal efforts. This society is unique in having no meetings, nor oflicers. However, it has certain qualiica- tions. To be eligible, as we know, the student must have a grade of not less than ninety in each of his major subjects a-nd not less than eighty in each minor one, except in swimming. The dues are ten cents each semester. This money is used to repair old pins and buy new ones. These pins resemble the magic lamp of Aladdin in Arabian Nigbis. just to be able to wear the attractive pin should inspire the student to attain a high schol- arship. If the student has been a member for seven semesters, he receives a new pin upon graduation. This token in recognition of the honest efforts put forth by the pupil is highly prized and cherished. The club was continued again this semester under the guidance of Miss Charlotte J. Smith. In con- clusion, the Phorex is one of the finest organiza- tions in Fenger High School. PHOREX Bartfay, Goucher, Lundgrcn, Haag, Rout, Jordahl, Hess, Baturevich. Sponsor-Miss Smith. Page 72 P. T. A. Top Rau'-Stewart, Main, Holland, Hcimann, Horsley. Middle Row-Kenworthy, MacFarlane, Bihl, Schacht, Peterson, Fraser, Lane. Balfour Ron'-L. Buckley, Brown, B. Buckley, Lund, Carleton. THE FENGER P. T. A. . Now, my friends, I am going to try to give you an idea of just what the P. T. A. is doing for our school. This organization represents the connect- ing link between the school and the community. Nearly all community activities are sponsored by the P. T. A. who handle them willingly and elli- ciently. Through this same sponsorship the school has been provided with many useful and needed articles. All these and many other kindly acts have been made possible through the efforts and cooperation of this organization. Their theme for the current year, "Building to- day for tomorrow," has been supported through- out their entire existence, while their aim, "Better versed parents in today's problems of youth," has always been carried out. The Fenger P. T. A. has, indeed, earned the admiration and support of the entire school. Headed by a group of capable officers the P. T. A. promises bigger and better things in the future. This year we have as president, Mrs. Lund, Mrs. Buckley, Mrs. Kenworthy, and Mr. Schacht fill the oihces of- first, second, and third vice-presi- dent, respectivelyg Mrs. Brown is recording secre- tary, Miss Randall is corresponding secretaryg and Mrs. Carleton is treasurer. FENGER LIBRARIANS Soldiers of Service! Within Fenger's doors is a troop of twenty-four such soldiers. Not mere mercenaries but twenty-four volunteers, who have given their time to aid others. While other students enjoy study periods, this silent army battles away in the library, referring, of course, to none other than the Fenger librarians. Under the guidance of Miss Etta B. Fluke and her able assistants, Miss Margaret C. Sheridan and Mr. Harold Graber, this company of workers keeps the library as it 'should be-in order. Attend- ing the library, checking and looking after books is -no laughing matter, but these librarians do not seem to mind. "They find it a pleasure," says Miss Fluke, "They are a group of hard workers who receive no pay, nothing but a hit of recog- nition given them H0nor,s Day. They rind it a pleasure to do good toward others." A more duti- ful group would be difficult to find. LIBRARY ASSISTAN TS In this picture are: Skrzynski, Nickel, Busho, Wilson, Koop- Kubacki, Alzada, Barich, Dalenberg, Miss Fluke, Miss Sim- man, Raatjes, Dal Coroblo, Smith, Boomkat, Specht, mons, Mr. Graber, Boak, Sprietsma, Kummerer, Borchardt, Schnell, Reuther, Erickson, Aiken, Fanizzo, Donham, Marsh, Brehm. Page 7 3 MR. SCHACI-IT'S SECRETARIES T011 Row-Zabrocki, Lupato, Hawryszkow, Postma, Guy- att, Huber, Borchardt, Candlin, Matyasovich, Steczo, Stangl, Meinardi. Middle Row-Brouilette, McNees, Johnson, Erick- FENGER SECRETARIES Click-Clack! Click-Clack! fingers and heels! Whose? The Fenger Secretaries who are daily on the job running errands, taking dictation, making themselves useful around the office. The outstanding ones are Winifred Watt and Bernice Thomas, secretaries to Mr. Schachtg Edith Berglund, who made the teachers' program sheets for the Central Office, Laura Davia, who worked for Mr. Reich during the football season, Lisa Phannendorfer and Anne Postma,,secreta1-ies to Mr. Beals, and Mrs. Burkhardt's secretaries who are pictured in with the Library group. ' son, Matthewson, Pfannendorfer, Thomas, Watt, Costa, Bodamer. Bottom Row-Kubek, Garzotto, Woodward, Berglund, Parijczuk, Wlodarski, Reed, Larsen. REPRESENTATIVES OF OUR COURIER Among the many responsibilities of our Courier representatives loyalty, honesty, and duty prevail. Their loyalty is shown by supporting the Courier staff, who work hard to make the publication of our term book a success. They also show their honesty by the handling of large sums of money, and by making payments on time. In duty, they do their utmost to convince pupils to have their pictures taken, later proving their ability in sell- ing by their huge subscriptions. . These are only a few of the many things our representatives do for us, with only the satisfac- tion of knowing their work is well done. COURIER REPRESENTATIVES Top Row-Varellos, Reinke, Frank, Schoustra, Herdt, Mul- lins, Farr, Deltova, Lotz, Carlson, Wriglit, Sybil. Mizlrllv Row-Gedgoud, Uelman, Freyer, Davidson, Klimke, Brand, Sure, Koslowski, Tucch, Baer, Hoffmann, Berry, Hyland. Boffojm Row-Higgins, Torsbcrg, Gravander, Lockwood, Scvard, Dalilberg, Anderson, Haag, Brown, Dunand. Top Row-Kook, Bottc, Kardohl, Grapenthir, Meliska, La- kacs, Kennedy, Vargo, Johnson, Maginel, Thompson, Batu- revich. Mirlzllv Row-Hawkins, Parker, Clark, Oosten, Luz- ak, Czyz, Cooper, Holland, Boomker, Peterson, Aulwurm, Becmsterbocr, Sparrey, Czerwonka. Boiiom Row-Kirner, Munorri, VanHowe, Zollinger, Michuda, Radkcy, Wicrse- ma, Lochinger, Felix, Brucer. V' 'TT " ' ' ' 6 1 1' La. m ' ,L m Page 7 4 Robert Perry STUDENT e Mffwf Frederick XVolowicz Sanifury Commissioner ' ' Robert Swanson, Park Corn Iuissiorxrr STUDENT COUNCIL Since the theme of this Courier. is Character, it is only fitting that you should be told what the Student Council has tried to do concerning this subject. This council has tried-to teach the stu- dents of Fenger to respect law and order and to become better citizens. In order that the importance of safe driving might be impressed upon the students, Warren Hansen, Chief of Police, arranged for the show- ing of motion pictures on this subject. He also appointed and acted as chairman of Fenger's Safety Council, consisting of Shirley Aulwurm, Robert McGaghie, Mr. Schacht, and Robert Perry. Roger Buchholz, Fire Commissioner, tried to bring about better order during fire drills by de- vising a new method of leaving the school. The committee which he chose to assist him with this work was composed of Pearl Lupien, Esther Botte, Howard Bowman, and Edward Rolly. To create a better sense of beauty among the students, the Council took over the task of plant- ing new hedges and new trees in place of the dead ones. This work was directed by Robert Swanson, Park Commissioner. The members of the Council were guided in their work by Mr. John J. Kehoe, faculty advisor. Jane Christensen Svc rein ry Geraldine Bannerr N wus Rcj1rese1zfafivc Thomas Angelos Afblefic Commissioner Marguerite Clark -- P.T.A. Represr'11tatiz'c' f? Warren Hansen Chief of Police Roger Buchholz Fire C0ll1lI1fSSi01I0l' STUDENT COUNCIL ' T011 Row-Fudge, Van Santen, Mathieson, Matthews, Christensen, Booth, Lupien, Nelson, Lewis, Rossi, Charles- ton, Borger, Newtout, -Badali, Peterson. Middle Row-Miclv uda, Gibson, Fish, Neuswanger, Arvia, Napoli, Ernst, Feli- cicckis, Skrzynski, Villenga, Oostcn, Raziki, Crawford, Chow, Hansen, Mullen. Mirlrlle Row-Bctlias, Forebcrg, Yasdick, Buchholz, Steinberg, Perry, Mr, Kehoe, Yonker, Hatter, Doodeman, Boland, Wetzeliv. Sponsor'-Mr. Kehoe. Top Row-Johnson, Semple, Rago, Mannquist, Grassnick Jumas, Clark, Bannert, Botte, Siniarskir, Yurkus, Grous Miflrlle Row-Hutchins, Roelle, Jacobson, XVoodward, Nel- son, Roetheim, Konidrath, Rogrady, Kadar, Marin, Bolduc Corriere. Bottom Row-Kocsis, Norkus, Gossman, Wolo- wicz, Knudsen, Laws, Swanson, Shaw, VanderMeer, Ange- los, Erickson. Page 75 MIXED CHORUS AND GIRLS' GLEE CLUB The Mixed Chorus and Girls' Glee Club are two organizations of students, who are known for their ability to work, to sing and sing well, and to give full cooperation to their instructor, Miss M. W. McCready. GIRLS GLEE CLUB Tap Row-Kcehan, Bougn, Peterson, Reid, Boyle, Pnllago, Tolhurst, Nnndru, Hankosky, Mattice, Quillman, Heck, Malita, Colman, Zolis. Mirlrllc Row-Nomes, Lenzen, Pear- son, Olson, Omiecinski, Zemaitis, Sabndar, Miss McCready, Zlabes, Barick, Rylander, Matuls, Reuther, Dykstra, Balen. Bottom Row-Brucer, Stewart, Potulney, Felix, Woodward, June Matthewson, Jane Matthewson, Rot, Novak, Boone. Slwnsor-Miss McCready. BEGINNING ORCHESTRA In this picture are: Chow, Vincent, Tata, Jan- kovic, DeHaan, Caruso, Adams, Dcbosi, Dacris, Loughborough, Starcgo, Gildin, Fundukinn Lockwood, Liskowski, Schultz, Frank, Kousnud Bombin, Schcller, Nebelsick, Gross, Radzinowicz Gcrecz, Lewin, Jensen, Jankowski, Carr, Wilncr Robinson, Mr. Trimble. v s x s The Mixed Chorus has worked hard all the semester to accomplish the a cappella form of chorus singing. They made a marked showing when they sang the complete Christmas program of traditional Christmas carols without accom- QContinued on Page 101j MIXED CHORUS Top Row-Date, Nickols, Chorus, Lindncr, Kocolowsky, Jensen, Parker, Fletcher, Dyke, Streelman, Vandcrmydc, Dudich, Zlabes, Mullins, Sholvin. Tbira' Row-Mora, Lors- tenson, Winebrinner, Gall, Dubleska, Fulop, Marsh, Botte, Zordan, Anderson, Bakkcrs, Boonstra, Lewin, Philbrick, Donlmm, Buckles. Seroml Row-Sprietsma, Anderson, Parker, Dixon, Carlson, Johnson, Dubbcrka, Stuebing, Ev- ans, Poccius, Buttin, Bcrglund, Pound, Rolcn, Vander Vlict, Falkenthal. Bollom R0ll'1WElkCF, Paul, Koziocas, Wil- helmsen, Sternbcrg, Miss McCready, Vander Meer, Ken- worthy, Martin, Baskis, Nelson. Sponsor-Miss McCready. Page 7 6 ADVANCED ORCHESTRA Peterson, Morrison, Rachlitz, Klausner, Biegel Bondurant, Peterson, Plngcmann, Vallenari, Po- liski, Liskoski, Peterson, Peterson, Sablotny Kathryn, XVoicick, Wiliicr, Goucher, Verhook Legg, Emmanuel, jurkiewicz, Roetzneim, Leff- man, Rausher, Todd, Parker, Perry, Benjamin Chiaro, Schmidt, Chiaro, Roseto, Mr. Trimble. y 1 v 1 THE BEGINNING AND ADVANCED ORCI-IESTRAS Approximately eighty students are members of the orchestras in Fenger High school. The ad- vanced orchestra, which is composed of students who are above the average in intelligence and who, aside from being music lovers, are good in- strumentalist, is the larger of the two orches- tras. The smaller, but a very progressive one, is the begin-ning orchestra, which was started by Mr. Trimble more than two years ago, to give op- portunity to those who were unable to take les- sons, to receive free instructions, providing they had their own instruments and were willing to practice. Although there is a scarcity of violinists this semester, Mr. Neil Trimble, sponsor of both or- chestras, has high hopes of entering the advanced orchestra in the City High School Orchestra Co-n- test. In last year's contest, Fenger tied for first: QContinued on Page 101j SENI T012 Ron'-Novak, Wagiier, Todd, Goucher, Gouchcr, Pond, Olson, VanderMay, Smirtcr, Wilxier. Tbirzl R0rc-'-Morri- son, Parker, Ekstrom, Van Sante, Edgren, Keyron, Grapen- thin, Ferrini, Wfyngardcn, Gabel, Morrill, Schmidt. Svroml Ron'-Sizoo, Munro, Todd, Du Proyt, Pele, Shallcross, Rob- lf .. iv L I . , , ORB ' L THE CONCERT BAND When walking down Fe-nger's corridors dur- ing third hour, you soon find yourself humming and keeping time to music. Yes! These melodious tones are produced by Fenger's Concert Band in Room 206 under the leadership of Captain Burn- ham. The band now boasts of a membership of fifty loyal Fengerites. They entertained Fernwood's P. T. A. on November 10, and on November 25 took part in the double music concert with the orchestra and glee clubs. On November 26 the band played at the Pullman-Fenger game and also at the Charity game on November 28 when they combined with the R. O. T. C. band. The con- cert band entertained at the Fathers' Day Pro- gram, December 1, and starred in the Annual Mu- sical Concert given in the auditorium on De- cember 4. At the -present time they are preparing to compete in the Annual Band Contest to be held in May. AND ertson, Kcifer, Bondurant, Peterson, Napoli, Chiaro, Peter- son, Clauter. Boflom Row-Sablotny, Ellis, Mairs, Roseto, Radkey, Smitter, Rachlitz, Simons, Baer, Swanson, Ber- dolph, LeNoble, Bruining. i ii is Page 77 Z PLECTRUM CLUB A talented group of young artists formed the Plectrum Club this semester under the friendly guidance of Mr. Neil Trimble. Meeting in 206, the music room, Mr. Trimble and this small group gather for a bit of work and play. These twenty members assemble Hrst hour Thursday, with twenty string instruments and play to their own satisfaction, at least. The different instrume-nts that add a few notes here and there are guitar, ukelele, banjo ukelele, mandolin, and string bass violin. Most of their tunes are popular because no sheet music is print- ed for this kind of orchestra. Betty Verhook, a violinist in the Fenger advanced orchestra, helps to arrange the music for the ukulele, while Del- bert McNally, who is the president and who also plays the string bass violin and guitar, arranges the music for both the guitar and this violin. As every other club has a motive or goal, so have these beginners. The motive of the Plectrum Club is to teach the pupils how to figure out cords as well as -playing for a recreation period. Some of our famous stars of tomorrow may come from these little informal gatherings. PLECTRUM CLUB T011 Row--Chow, Shallcross, Bergman, Wilner, Toth, Tobasi. Middle Row-McNally, Clif- fors, Parker, VerHook, Opuls- kas, Lionberg, jankovis, Chi- aro, Wagnian. Bottom Row-J, White, Nilsen, Loughborough, Adams, M. White, Harts, Van- derPlocg. SOCIAL ORCHESTRA "Rippling rhythm" plus swaying dancers equals, as all Fenger students know, a social. Leading this group of seven talented musicians is Fred Kommers, also pianist and chief soloist. Shirley Shallcross outshines many boys when she puts her saxaphone to work. Assisting in the sax- ophone section is "Chuck" Kiefer who gives all he has in order that all socials may be a success. Small, but mighty good, is "Willie" Chiaro, the slider of the trombone. Always lending a helping hand is William Jahnke, the drummer man, while slapping of the bass fiddle is the job of Delbert McNally. Blond Harry Lind nimbly and expertly picks away at his electric guitar. Last but not least is James Gudio, who'd give his last breath in order to sound the musical notes of his trumpet. The Social Orchestra, as we all know, is the main part of any social and tends to bring to- gether the students into a closer circle than can ever be achieved in any classroom. Music has been said to be a complete relaxation of the mind, so, boys and girls, if you have any troubles, I would advise you to dance them away to the strains of the Social Orchestra at any of the many socials. SOCIAL ORCHESTRA McNally, Chiaro, Gaudio, Jnhnkc, Lind, Shallcross, Kommers, Kiefer. Page 7 S GERMAN ORCHESTRA Tap Row-Meorril, Biegel, Gil- din, Ekstrom. Middle Row- Ver Hook, Parker, Pakorny, Flemming, Boomlccr, Chiaro, Miss Koi-ten, Wilner. Bottom Row- Sizoo, Gabel, Peterson, Radkey, Peterson, I-larry. Slvonxor-Miss Korten. GERMAN ORCHESTRA Some Tuesday afternoon, when you are walk- ing down the halls of Fenger after the ninth hour, you will probably hear the strains of "Du, Du, Liebst Mir Im Herzenf' or some other famil- iar German song. Wlien you hear one of these old melodies, you can be sure the German Or- chestra is drifting off to the Fatherland. You will not mistake this orchestra for any of the others which Mr. Trimble directs because they play only German music. This orchestra was started last year at the request of the "Hungry Five," some of the stu- dents in Miss Korten's German classes. Under the guiding hands of Mr. Trimble, who is the Herr Director, Miss Korten, the sponsor and fac- ulty adviser, and the student director, Ray Chiaro, the musicians are progressing well. These fifteen or twenty students have shown musical talent. Many instruments are represented in this organ- ization, the piano, violin, clarinet, trumpet, slide trombone, French horn, and saxaphone. . So we will say "Auf Wiedersehen," which means, "Until we meet again." When? We leave it to the students of Fenger to decide. R. O. T. C. Top RU'lL'lWdgDCf, Main, Pickard, Munz, Fcrrini, Wolo- wicz, Olsen, Peterson, Morrison. Third Row-J. Todd, Van Santan, Rithalcer, Anderson, Radkey, Doorneweerd, Ekstrom, Vander Mcy. Secmzzl Row-Monro, Goris, Bandstra, Gabel, THE R. O. T. C. BAND Fenger High School is justly proud of its R. O. T. C. Band. The privilege of playing at the foot- ball games has been extended to them this year, and dressed in their new uniforms, they surely ustrutted their stuff" on the football field. Some of its many jobs are those of supplying tempo music for the marching, and the singing music for the cheering section at the football games. While we fans are sitting or standing on the sidelines, and almost freezing, this organization, dressed not altogether too warm for comfort, are parading up and down the cold, damp, football field. The spirits of a winning or losing team are always upheld by the sound of a band. This band is directed by Captain William Burn- ham, and has a snappy drum major in the person of Sergeant Royce Munro. It has been said that Sergeant Munro has wonderful opportunities in this field of art, if he keeps up the work he has been doing. The band has Commissioned Officers Robert Smitter and Charles Kiefer doing a great job. These students are of much help to the band, keeping order, and seeing that everything is in readiness at the games. BAND Bondurant, Jcndryaszok, Morrill, Pokorny, Ellis, Smitter, Swanson. Boitom Row-L. Todd, Roseto, Peterson, Smitter, Sgt. Robinson, Kiefer, Baer, Napoli, Wlictstonc, Sizoo. , 4 fu r ll s was 45 .. . 2 if., ' Page 79 HALLGUARDS T011 Raw-Medemzi, Lobbes, Herdt, Hanson, Lenzen, Vol kel, King, Golden, Scholvin, Lane, Felix. Mizlzlle Roux- Plwownrezyk, Pochron, Frank, Wlinelmrinner, Johnson, Sla ger, VcnRamshorst, Kock, Dahlberg, Snvoyski, Medell, Hil kerr. Bolfolu Row-Frecl, Ogurkiewicz, Marrns, Siemie nas, Shirvin, Wlolowicz, Masszxri, Sclmff, Smith, Rietz. T012 Row-Sclicller, Skelton, Ererno, Mysbinski, Boch, Christcnson, Denney, Shemcrdiak, Dudich, Campbell, Parkes, DeVries, Fcleky, Rossi, Zollinger, Solnmn, Douglas. Nfizfillf' Row-Snangel, Mcinnrdi, Wfinters, Propnti, Sands, Napoli, Horns, Quillman, Felix, Ippolito, Abbeduto, Chipas Skoglund, Fioro, Abbate. Bollmn Row-Anderson, Ohlen- kamp, Mercinsky, Chapman, Edelstine, Sure, Fletcher, An- derson, Znchacz, Boone. ' , fs, ly . .2 .. T011 Row-Graves, VandcrPlocg, Spiekliour, Pannozzo, Qucdensley, Rodriguez, Yager Sibbcrr Stuebing, -I. Evans i , i Larsen. Thin! Row-Sampson, Potulney, Lang, Reginato, M. Evans, Bnkkers, Dykstra, Gunczy, Nilsen, Moore, Suc- oml R0lb'TVC3EHCll, Thomas, Va1nDonk, Sellers, Zwitting, Smith, Sininrski, Sromek, Kieradlo, Skiller, Medici. Boffom Ron'-Stewart, Salmon, Marshall, Dixon, Hawke, Goris, Szillny, Tissing, Eterno, Kirner. Top Rau-'-jonikaitz, Schram, Parker, Johnson, Bird, No- votny, Anderson, Roman, Bzindstra, V:mdcrXVoudc, Kohm, Zondcrward, Gaul, Albright, johnson. llrfirfillz' Row-Knsza, Verkindcr, Napoli, Arvia, Pnllagi, Arvia, Potpora, Reid, Logue, Disz, Magram, Nespcca, Leffrnan, Schmidt. Balfour Row-Chase, Lockwood, Barrett, Carlson, Brandsma, Stor- nka, Fletcher, Wcsterwald, Neumann, Haitsma. , -Y il' .I l ii Page 80 i I COMPANY A Toll Ron'-Livermore, Zykstra, Ton, Hubuch, Chapman Lucas, -lnricki, Hoose, Asboth, Mzmes, Raatji, Hzirrsmn Winners. Tbiril Row-Abbate, Gradl, Farr, Wyma, Dako, Hillegcrido, Holcombe, V:1nDonk, Underwood, Mizeutz. Windawcr, Whale, Goeluge, Lane. Semml Row-McClurg, Biever, Toth, Buls, Omsteoe, Peterson, Adducci, Mntthey, Brucker, Fisher, Fournier, Janecik, Bolimeier, Swanson. Boffom Run'-Rubin, Andreotti, Kummelehne, Mnlnassy, Mikels, Peterson, Pritchett, Lawrence, Vander Ploeg, Dar, XVheeler. COMPANY B T011 Rau'-Selmu, O'Donnell, Quillman, Hnckenson, Cun- ningham. Bergstrom, Hnnmmenm, Westcrveld, Arko, Selby, Allen. Tbiril Ron'-Van Clay, Firth, Hager, Larson, Klaz- ynski, Snndu, Paul, Wfundcr, Blanuw, Dc Young, Ballard, I-Inldorsen, Greenr. Serum! Row-Proetnr, Muclles, Ores, Zekely, Rvince, DenBcstcn, Schroeder, Bendnaiczyk, Dallas, Do Darn. Holzwarth, Clawson, Holmes, Douglas. Barlow Rau'-johnson, Miller, Watson, Tomnsek, Lubert, Mikcis, Peterson, Mohr, Worrell, Brunaeci, Lang. a CONIPANY C T011 Row-Tolnai, Goding, Watkins, Marshall, Buwalda, Cassidy, Bock, Conrad, Burkland, Rohn, Wfatling, Gilliam, Schultz. Tluinl Row-Robertson, Geiger, Otto, Frederick, Northrup, Hoitsma, Propati, Carr, Dixon, Pocius, Van Wyngarden. Second Row-Swanson, Ryan, Piddington, Norman, Fillcy, H. johnson, Greer, McNally, Herbert, Stev- ens, Cox, Mason, Goris. Boflom Row-Dekker, Sternberg, Kay Peterson, Sgt. Robinson, Mikels, jones, Zollinger, Singer, Slager, Dahlberg, Henderson. COMPANY D Top R010-Ziegler, Ferris, Johnson, Barnai, XV:1gner, Stoma, Peterson, Liskoski, Munz, Ivens, Piech, Lisson, Chase. Mill- rlle Row-Sternberg, Bult, Aabyc, Lebdn, Schlcgclmilch, Domagnla, Piddington, Widmer, Zylstra, Fesquso, Fraser. Ballon: Row-Burgwald, Cox, Higgins, Horsley, Robinson, Schmidt, Silson, Dirksen, Howes. Page 81 R. 0. T. C. Fenger's R. O. T. C. is not only one of the larg- est and most active bodies in the school but also is considered as among the best units in the city. Our military director, Sergeant William P. Rob- inson's fair policy of promotion and discipline has gained the hearty cooperation of the unit which is striving to make the Fenger R. O. T. C. a model organization of its kind. Under the adop- tion of a new promotion system brought into effect during the previous semester, the command of the companies is now given over to many new oflicers. Warranted through high standards of examination and service, the command of Bat- talion Commander has been awarded to Captain Elwood Peterson. Staff officers are Captain Fran- cis Mikels, Captain Ernest Malnassey, and Cap- tain Alex Lubert. Commanding Company "A" is Captain Roy Prichett, assisted by Lieutenant Lawrence Lucas and Robert Kurnmelehne, platoon commanders. The commanding of Company "B" is done by Lieutenant Henry Mohr, compa-ny commander, Lieutenant Udell Tomasek and Sergeant William McClurg, platoon commanders. Commanding Company "C" are Lieutenants Parker Jones and Richard Weber, co-commanders, assisted by Lieu- tenant Kenneth Zollinger and Stanley Kay, plat- oon commanders. Lieutenant Parker Horsely com- mands Company "D" assisted by Platoon Com- manders Lieutenant Howard Schmidt and Lieu- tenant Charles Higgins. Company "D" has the reputation of being the best company in the bat- talion and has proved this in its showing in drill competition between Bowen, Calumet, Hirsch, and Fenger. Coordinating drill efficiency with personal appearance, Fenger placed first. One of the social highlights of not only the R. O. T. C. but the entire school, is the annual Military Ball. This event is sponsored by the unit and is presented in true R. O. T. C. manner. The R. O. T. C. also sponsors a number of smaller organizations. These organizations-the "Non- Commissiofned Onicers' Club," the "Commis- sioned Officers' Club," and the Rifle team-are rapidly gaining merit and distinction FENGER'S "CRACK-Sl'lOlTS,' Bang! Bang! Donit be frightened if you hear this some afternoon around 3 o'clock, for it is only the Rifle Team having their practice. The members of this team are Udell Tomasek, Jo- seph Propati, Elwood Peterson, Joseph Adduci, Carl Norman, Francis Mikels, Henry Mohr, Wal- ter Wheeler, Howard Schmidt, and Richard Weber. The three most important matches in which they participated are the City Match, in which all schools took part, the Corps Match, and the Hearst Trophy. There are also two smaller matches-those with Englewood and Calumet high schools. All cadets who participate in two major matches, and in two minor ones or par- ticipate in three major affairs, receive a letter. CContinued on p. 831 Page 82 COMMISSIONED OFFICERS CLUB Among the R.O.T.C. organizations there is the Commissioned Officers Club. This club, as the name suggests, is composed of the commissioned officers of the Unit, whose aim is to help Sergt. Robinson improve Fenger's R.O.T.C. The club meets every Wednesday, tenth hour, in room 148 and is presided over by Cadet Cap- tain Ernest Malnassy, who was elected to that oflice this semester. Other officers are Cadet Cap- tain Francis Mikels, vice-president, and Cadet Sec- ond Lieutenant Udell Tomasek, secretary-treas- urer. A11 three of these boys are members of long standing in the club. At one of the meetings the newly appointed non-commissioned officers re- ceived their warrants from Sergt. Robinson. Dif- ferent things are taken up at the meetingsg for instance, they have discussions on past and future activities of the Unit and the club, or they have talks given by some members on the different phases of military training and their duties, such as, scouting the enemy, or patrol duty. The mem- bers of this club are in direct command of the Unit at Federal Inspection, Armistice Day Parade, and Battalion Review. When ushers are needed at any of the assemblies, they are furnished by this club. The most important of the activities undertaken by the C. O. Club is the Military Ball. This year the Ball is to be held on February 19 in the Gym- nasium, arrangements similar to those of last year. THE N. C. O. CLUB "Company, Attention!" This order can be heard uttered any time at an R. O. T. C. review by the of-Beer in command. The club is comprised of members of the R. O. T. C. and of officers who have not received their commissions. The N. C. O. officers are trained to teach subordinates, when they have become officers and leaders in the R. O. T. C. The club has a membership of N. C. O. offi- cers under the direction of Sergeant Robinson, who instructs the men in military tactics, so important in the defense of our country. The club has a cabinet which presides over the meet- ings, held every two weeks. The president, Rich- ard Hoose, a first sergeant, is the commanding officer in the cabinet. Gerald Piddington, first sergeant, is vice-president, William McClurg, a staff sergeant, is Sergeant-at-arms. The members of the club are taught, by Sergeant Robinson, map-reading, scouting, first-aid, military drilling, and any duties which an officer is expected to learn. Map reading teaches the men to recognize landmarks which enables them to establish their positions accurately and quickly. First aid is of use should the men be hurt, and the ofiicer in command is prepared to treat the wound success- fully. The officers through these different activ- ities become highly trained and are ready to meet any emergency that may arise. The N. C. O. Club is worth while and is an advantage to the R. O. T. C. . Only members of the R. O. T. C. can belong to the rifle team. Normally there are twelve men on the Rifle Team but Sergeant Robinson, at the time of this write-up, had not finished selecting the men. There are two types of teams: the five- man rifle squad for a small match, and the ten- man rifle squad for a major match. The shooting range is fifty feet long and twelve feet wide and the bull's eye is the size of RIFLE TEAM Top Row-Mikels, Malnassy, Sgt. Robinson, Peterson, Tom- asek. Bottom Row-Schmidt, Weber, Jones. C. O. CLUB Tap Row-jones, Kay, Higgins, Schmidt, Kiefer, Wfeber, Zollinger, Mohr, Lucas, Kummelehne. Balfour Row-Smit- ter, Horsley, Tomasek, Malnassy, Sgt. Robinson, Peterson, Mikels, Pritchett, Lubbert. e itwvr the head of a pencil. It is to be remodeled so that it will accommodate more shooters and more back- stops. There are four positions for shooting: the prone, the sitting, the kneeling, and the stand- ing positions. Rifle -practice is from early No- vember to late April and with Sergeant Robin- son's tireless efforts we may be sure that Fenger is ably represented. N. C. O. CLUB Top Row-Van Clay, Wagner, Liskoski, Omstead, Ton, Lu- cas, Munz, Suomp, Watlig, Andriotti, C. Bult. Third Row -Bohmeier, Adducci, Den Bcsten, Holcombe, Peterson, Schroeder, Baer, Bondurant, Munro, Johnson, Sternberg. Sec- ond Row-Fournier, Hackenson, McClurg, Dudaro, Grcear, Hoose, R. Bult, Paul, McNally, Sander, Allen. Boffom Row -Vander Ploeg, Swanson, Sternberg, Slager, Piddington, Marshall, Goris, Gabel, Bergstrom, Miller. ' if: .. ' Page 83 ,,, M U Page 84 I Qowzg u A T 'H L E T 6 f G. Topping 'em all this semester is the G. A. A. with its amazing membership of 1374. Remark- able is the fact that only 153 girls out of a total of 1527 have failed to join. Mt. Vernon boasts of a membership of 166 while Curtis is close with 160. It seems the girls join each semester, not stop- ping to summarize just what benefits they re- ceive from the G. A. A. Possibly unconsciously, they are aware that the organization is bigger and better right along because of: 1-a sincere good fellowship that creates the "at home feelingl' among its members. 2--live, wide awake interest and enthusiasm in its sport events. 3-the oppor- tunities to earn bars, letters and chevrons. 4-the social development offered through the gala par- ties and gatherings. These advantages are all made possible by a membership at a nominal fee of ten cents. Although the organization is immense, it is still able to furnish excellent entertainment for all. The first social high-light of the semester was a Freshman-Sophomore Hallowe'en party on Octo- A. A. ber 29th. At this gathering the Freshmen made their debut. Ideal Hallowe'en decorations were neatly arranged in the gym and quaint costumes caught everyone's eye. The main feature was a parade from which the judges, Miss McCutcheon and Mr. Beals, chose five winners. Prizes were won by Mary Stahulak, Wilma Uleman, Nellie Rot, Lois Wiersma and Eleanor Eckbloom. Because the Backward Social scored such a hit last year it was repeated this year on November 25th for the Seniors and Juniors. The girls es- the usual fashion and an un- "was had." new and unique this semester party on December 15th. A corted the boys in usually grand time Something quite was the Christmas huge entertainment was presented in the audi- torium by the talented members-singing, danc- ing, instrumental arrangements, and drama. Fol- lowing this the girls proceeded to the gym where they were awed by the sight of a gigantic and beautifully-decorated Christmas tree. Here they danced, filled with the Yuletide spirit, and later departed merrily. An old but very popular Recreation Hour as- sured everyone of an afternoon of delightful pleas- ure playing ping-pong, darts, shuffle board and bowling. QWho couldn't enjoy themselves with all those games?J Due to the large number of basketball teams Qfifty-fivej and the short length of time for the G. A. A. schedule, it was necessary to eliminate the losing team in the first round. Numerous spectators lent their moral support along the side lines while the teams kept their enthusiasm at fever heat. All these social activities seem to occur over and over each year and each year the girls enjoy them more and grow more attached to the G. A. A. The shy newcomers soon get into the har- mony of the club and leave the school with a bet- ter sense of cooperation and self-suiiiciency. The Letter Girls' Club consists of seventeen members and officers and its painstaking adviser, Mrs. Anderson. The officers and members: Presi- dent, Genevieve Butting secretary and treasurer, Marjorie Carlson, Margaret Aiken, Velia Davia, Page 86 Lillian Drasites, Florence Elm, Marion Erickson, Dorothy Estabrook, Viola Falk, Mariella Fraser, Barbara Gonzy, Phyllis Hansen, Vivian Skoglund, Anne Sonsinni, Jean Turnbull, Rose Vashik, and Jeanne Woodward all enjoyed a jolly roller skat- ing party, a lovely theater party and a lively ping pong tournament. The G. A. A. is happy to mention their hon- orary members: Hildegarde Meisekothen, Marie McCutcheon, Katherine Stevens, Ellen DeHaan, Myra Whitworth, Sarah Jane Thomas, Charlotte Smith, Ruth W. Robinson, and Harry Beals. Responsible for this successful semester are: president, Shirley Aulwurmg secretary, Mildred Borgerg and treasurer, Shirley Main. Assisting on the social committee was an efficient group con- sisting of Jean Turnbull, Jeanne Woodward, Dor- othy Estabrook, Helen Roggeveen, Florence Vel- linga, and Anne Sonsin-ni. To Mrs. Jessie Anderson, Miss Katherine Bulger, and Mrs. Margaret Kitzmiller, we of the G. A. A. wish to extend our heartiest thanks for their sin- cere devotion and entire cooperation. G. A. A. REPS. Hurrah and three cheers for the G. A. A. 5hir1eyAulwurm Representatives. Since it is impossible for all the p,g,1,l,,,,f girls belonging to the Girls' Athletic Association to attend each meeting, a representative is chosen from each division room. During the semester they attend three meetings where they discuss plans for the term and report the important deci- sions to their rooms. Soliciting membership tick- ets and planning basketball teams are included in their talks. Without these girls it would be difli- Sm,l,,m,y cult to keep members aware of the functions, and we would like to take this opportunity to compli- ment the girls who helped make this G. A. A. term a fine one. Mildred Borgcr ShirleyMain Trermzrcr G. A. A. REPS.-UPPER GROUP G.A.A. REPS.-LOWEIR GROUP T011 Row-Mazor, Lcnzen, Sabador, Salmon, Campbell, Nil ' T011 R010-Frawley, Mulligan, juhasz, Bihl, Glicr, Biava, sen, Iiastbrook, Kovacs, Christensen, Million, Wolfranski.v ,HHmC2fn121H, Clnillilli, Al0XfU1dCf, T0l0Ck0, JHCIICFH- Tbifll Tbirrl R0lUTWiHfCFS, Hanachecr, Fulop, Laliarbnra, Chome- " R010-R. Johnson, Sehandor, Ekblom, Quillman, Peterson, czak, Steven, Sromek, H. Laird, Cronquist. Sl?C01l!1 Row- Czach, Wolfgrani, Emmanuel, Stibbie. SL'L'U11!l Row-Bars Cerovski, Kuccnskis, B. Laird, Mulka, Bergman, Skiller, ,I kus, Wfasserman, Golio, Segers, Kecfe, Fay, Austin, Malito, Davin, Cedcrholm, E. Lenzcn, Vnshik. Botiom Row-Parker, Stahulah. Botfom Row-Martin, Boege, L. johnson, E. Soucup, johnson, Szabo, Sonsini, Reed, Drasitcs, Rubbert. Johnson, Wiersma, Parker, Nolth, Lofrano, Bernier. Wiidfifil-i 'Fifi in i7 'Ti G' 'fn-'in 'il G i ... fi' " , .Q .. 4:53 E4 , . i . Q 4g L 4 .Q .. , ' Page 87 FOOTBALL The Titans have had a good season, not just because of the victories they made or points they scored, but be- cause they had men on the team who knew what to do and did it successfully. This year's team was fast and light, averaging about o-ne hundred and sixty pounds. The Eenger squad was outweighed ,s by practically every team they played. Al- though the team was known for its powerful offensive, the defense was equally good. Even Calurnet,s passing attack could not penetrate the Titan's defense. At the Tilden game the yardage Fenger gained by passing was three times that of Tilden's. Excellent blocking and inter- ference made it possible for the backfield to make such large gains through the line. Coach Palmer has made the team into a well organized unit combining speed, accuracy and brawn. Our Coach CHARLES PALMER The starting lineup was composed of the fol- lowing players: Preston and Puch, ends, Brooks and Janecek, tackles, Stankus and Hofstra, guards, Luego, center, Carlson, quarterbackg Howes and Johnson, halfbacksg and Mucha, full- back. Dean Preston became a regular this year and has shown his ability to catch those long passes, as a result making a spectacular play in the Marshall game. Theodore Puch is also out there ready to snare that illusive pigskin. The tackles, John Janecek and Ray Brooks are excel- lent defense men. Brooks sometimes substitutes for Mucha at fullback. Don Hofstra and Stan Stankus play at guard. Don has been kicking those extra points in the last few games of the seasong he and Stan are both oficers of the B. A. A. Nat- urally in the center of everything, Alex Luego, the center, is usually found. This position is one of the most difficult stations, and Alex is certainly worthy of it. Deciding what plays to use and calling signals is the job of Roy Carlson, who is a star in both defensive and offensive work. At halfback Fenger has two valuable men, Ed Howes and Cliff Johnson. Cliff played good football for his first season on the regulars, and Ed is a good broken field runner. Several reserves have done commendable work. Pete Palango is a streak of lightning on the field and is responsible for Fen- ger's score against Tilden. Edgar Plageman and William Dennis have done good work as guards. Rudy Mucha directed the team and played full- back. This blonde giant has played on the team for three years and twice won the distinction of being its most Valuable man. This year he made more points than any other man in the Public School League. He was a persistentfighter and Fenger will lose a valuable man when "Rudy" graduates in January, '37. With such splendid players and teamwork, the Titans marched unhampered and in high spirits to the semi-finals to play before about 400 more fContinued on p. 89D FOOTBALL TICKET MANAGERS A slightly different system was used in the handling of the football tickets this semester. Greater responsibility Was placed upon the stu- dent managers. Under the direction of Mr. Reich two general managers, Parker Jones and Shirley Million, handled the task of ordering the tickets, distributing them to the salesmen and later taking care of the money returned by the salesmen. Help- ing the general ma-nagers, were three assistant managers, Fred Swanson, Ed Byrne and Laura Davia, who were in charge of distribution during school hours. The importance of their Work can be seen when 11,820 tickets were sold during this season. FOOTBALL MANAGERS T011 Row-Swanson, Byrne, Johnson, Hofstra, Righter, Pres- ton, Stasi, Kueker, Fisher, Kay. Middle Row-Puch, Slager, Leffman, Hameetman, Ilika, Howes, Verkinder, Calvetto, Schwartzenberg, Fiske. Bottom R01biMf. Reich, Davia, Burrin, Mucha, Million, Tatar, Jones, Guyatt, Droler, Mr. Beals. Page 8 8 5 1 xi ix! A ff -V 1 we f 4 er U, V-deg Q 5 all M' Vu 'vi 4. K , I . I -' , I . . i w R- - i , 'N' Y A .- ' - fu iw - . A Q ,Vx I - N . 1 Nl' l -. - I ,w .., 5 1 ' if . L--W - Q4 " if 'tif ,' .1 W,-V' "Q l-if , M ,S ,- .xi:'.-Kyiv-.-. N ,Jil 1 L.-If-Muf- , 4-7 .p g p., f""'-s 'Wifi y . i FOOTBALL TEAM Tap Row-Kruc, Stasi, Cappozzo, Dennis, Fiske, Ilika, Ver- worthy, Hameetman, Geigner, Slager, Mr. Palmer. Boliom kinder, Plagemann, T. Puch, XV. Hofstra, Palango, Blom- Row-D. Hofstra, J. Puch, Stankus, Carlson, Mucha, jane- maert. Middle Row-Chiarodo, Mikolaitis, Doodiman, cek, Leugo, Johnson, Preston, Howes. Managers-Kruc, Yasulaitis, Vlcstwater, Yampolsky, Dudzik, Gravander, Ken- Blommaert, Haiarodo. Coach-Mr. Palmer. Football CCOntinuedJ Fengerites than opponents, even though the game the team to seven straight victories, eight total was played at the Armory, Tilden's Field. How- victories and the South Section Championship. ever, Tilden had a weight advantage of about 20 Congratulations, Fenger fans! Of the 22,400 pounds to a man and this proved too much for our persons that attended the games, 12,800 were lighter line. The Titan goal was crossed twice Fengerites while only 9,700 cheered for our op- while Palango made the score for Fenger in the ponents. last few minutes of play. The game ended with the first defeat for Fenger, 13 to 7. This was the THE SOPHOMORE TEAM hardest-fought game of the season, and inci- This yearis Sophomore team has had a success- dentally, the most disputed for Tilden used an ful season under the coaching of Mr. Hoffman ineligible player. and captaincy of Torn Howes. Fenger has played Pullman Tech practically In the first game the Morgan Park Military every Thanksgiving since the school was first or- Academy lights were beaten 18-0 on touchdowns ganized. During the last two years the Pullmans by Olson, Cappozzo, and Dudzik. The second have suffered serious defeats, for the Titans won game with Hyde Park reserves, our sophs won both games by the surprising scores of 40 to 0 13-6 on forward passes to Howes and Dudzik. and 21 to 0. Both schools were well represented Thefcrpwning achievement of the 'tearrrwas its this year, Fenger having about 3,500 rooters. victory over the Pullman Tech reserves '119-O, At the head of the Titans is a pilot who has Caippozzo scoring two touchdowns' and Dudzik steered the team over all obstacles. He is our one. l'The last game of the season was a heart- coach, Mr. Charles Palmer. During this sea- breaker for the sophs,.who lost 'to the Lindblom son he has scrimmaged with the boys, showing sophs, 8-6,',.in the last 'minute of play by a blocked them the fine points of football and teaching them . , kick. With such a record the sophs should supply to play a hard, clean game. This year he has led . the varsity team with' plenty of material. 1 soPi71oMoRE FOOTBALL TEAM ' " T011 Row-Mr. Hoffman, SclinialfeldfKaiifmanri, Alfano, Derrico, Gatto, Cappozzo, Johnson, Lopez, Howes, B. Ol- Corriere, Bolduc, Chaippoui, Vanderbilt,i'4Wooduiard, Star- son, Hyde, R. Olson, DiMario.!Mmmger-Mullen. Coach czewski, Zilius, llika, Yampolsky, Mullen. Botfqm Row- ' -Mr. Hoffman. 'v 1 V , l Page X9 06 93nd T B. A. A. "The B. A. A. is a splendid opportunity for developing characterf' says Mr. Young, sponsor of the organization. This can easily be seen. Wliile games are being played, the participants are constantly exhibiting good or bad traits of character. Pupils learn to be loyal by coming out and fighting for their room team. During the contest they gain an ap- preciation of the value of courtesy and sports- manship. Whether their team is winning or los- ing, they 1HL1St play with the same regard for the rules of the game and rights of the other side. They are taught to be good losers as well as good Winners. Leadership is another important quality of character, boys may increase their ability to lead others by becoming room representatives or captains of che various B. A. A. teams. Only a few boys in the school can take part in the interscholastic sports, the remaining hundreds do not have the time, physical ability, nor a great enough understanding of the game. The majority depend upon the B. A. A. to furnish them with a means of acquiring skill in favorite sports and of spending enjoyable afternoons 'playing against schoolmates. Since all the activities take place Within the school, there are very few persons who cannot participate. Besides gaining skill in sports, the boys benefit by building up their bodies. Equipment such as the horizontal bars, parallel bars, rings, and horses are available in the gym for this purpose. The B. A. A. is led by active members of the football team. Rudy Mucha, fullback and cap- tain of the '36 squad, is presidentg, Donald Hof- stra, right guard, is vice-president, Pete Palango, half-back, is secretary, and Stanley Stankus, left- guard, holds the position of sergeant-at-arms. The most important fall activities of the or- ganization are touch-football and basketball. Supplementary to this, Mr. Young is planning to have competition in track, free-throw, swimming, and ping-pong. Rudy Mucha P r4'si1le11f Donald Hofstra Vice-P1'rxir1r11l Pete Palango Setralary Stanley Stankus Sergeant-at-Ar1r1s Following a custom started last semester, the B. A. A. gave a social. On Friday, November 6, the members and their guests danced to the de- lightful music of Fred Kommer's social orchestra and a lovely afternoon was spent by everyone who attended. B. A. A. REPS. Top Row-Steele, Linsmore, Hyland, Hofstra, Kruc, Sling- Botlom Row-Lindskog, Angelos, Fletcher, Stankus, Pal- erland, Hofstra, Propati, Preston, Bishton, Gruzdis, Griffith. ango, Mucha, Hofstra, Marten, Novotny, Billburg. Page 91 SWIMMING TEAM T011 Row-Hackenson, Haag, Albright, Clauter, Crawford, Johnson, O'Bricn, Dykstra, Van Wcstrop, Buwalda, Budrik, Allan, Mr. Fotch. FENGER'S MERMEN Fenger's swimming team this year is stroking its Way through rough waters of heavy competi- tion. The seniors, under the leadership of Co- Captains Herbert Budrich and Raymond Hofstra, will have a chance to shake their fins in the City fContinued on Page 101j CHEERING SECTION A Top Row-Lousensky, Mattice, Robertson, DcCook, Curtis, Wertenberg, Stark, Mund, Torrey, Tuech, Starego, Hov- land, Spadoni, Potulncy, Berry. Tbirzl Row-O'Leski, Hutchinson, Schnell, Scott, Dahlberg, Snow, Rilger, Mag- giatto, Martin, Fuehrmeycr, Logue, Foy, Stveit, Fanizzo, Hamby, Heaney. Svvoml Row-Kehoe, Hom, Vertach, Wolf, Masier, Austin, Potpeva, Horne, McKay, Swanson, Panozzo, Gillespie, Bergstrom, Burnett, Hansen, Lewin, Beck. Boffom Row-Aurelius, Mangold, XValker, Wood- ward, Lindgren, Kieradlo, Friedman, VanRite, Drolet, Kov- acs, Hill, Gingatt. .1 C . ' ' 5 Bolton: Row-Zeigler, Gruzdis, Gypta, Vandcrwarf, Zere- bniak, Cross. GIRLS, CHEERING SECTION "Hit 'em high! Hit ,em low! Come on, Fen- ger High, let's goli' Down the field they march, one hundred and twenty-five girls in red and green Capes, caps, shoes, and stockings. Sponsored by Mr. Kehoe with Mr. Beals in QContinued on Page 1011 CHEERING SECTION B Top Row-Ekblom, Quillman, Estabrook, Dragan, Vaugo, Sands, Fedor, Felix, Donham, Gandolf, Hall, Lund, Dyk- stra, Cook. Thin! Row-Dickinson, Olson, Estabrook, Heck, Bulbra, Sparrow, Wilson, Turnbull, Youstra, Broret, MacAurelius, Gandolphi, Guzzardo, Smitchcs. Svfwzd Row -Bclgum, Miller, Chambers, Lowack, Kekut, Parker, Peters, Burk, Urass, Henning, Zolis, Orlowski, Sill, White, Aul- wurm, Viano. Boffom Row-Bloom, Tamminga, Panozzo, Roggeveen, Rutherford, Steher, Pearson, Vander Mark, No- vak, Main, Lupien, Magliocco. , ' ' ' ' 'F J ' ' "",9'f I Page 92 .TEADERIHIQ i L. U B f FENGER'S FUTURE DRAMA STARS "Action-Speechf' thus states Miss Lois Con- ner as she conducts the Drama Club meetings. Short plays and programs are presented at each meeting. Benny Righter, president, with Sylvia Parker, vice-president, presides over the meetings, which areheld in Room 249, every second Thurs- fContinued on Page 1011 l DRAMA CLUB T011 Row-Botte, Turturillo, Kcehan, Ger- molec, Lang, Frank, Jensen. Middle Row-Sib- bert, Paskewicz, Parker, Lindgren, Mumcyer, Hellnnd, Mattice, Lupicn. Boltom Row--Brand, Zaremba, Yonker, Parker, Sietsema, Puch. Sjwnsor-Miss Conner. A PEEK INTO THE SCIENCE CLUB As I peered into room 101 on a certain Tues- day evening, I found it dark, but glimpsed twen- ty-five of the forty members of the club intently watching an educational movie on the subject of science. There I saw Benny Righter, acting as president, with Velia Davia as vice-president, Joe fContinued on Page 1011 SCIENCE CLUB Top Row-Cunningham, Smal- dris, Bishton, Ohman. Third -I ,ll Row-johnson,Brnndsma,Ncus- wanger, Haag, Felix, Nelson, Bisone, Main, Swanson. Sccoml ROW-DeBoer, Carleton, N0- votny, Buchler, Sternberg, Bud- den, Clancy, Payne. Boliom Ron-Righter, Davin, Mr. Ben- nett, Aichner, Baer, Hanken. Sponsor-Mr. Bennett. A FORUM Top Row-Nickel, Wilson, Goetsch, Andrews, Gnndolf, Smith, Arquilla, Swanberg, Weizer, Ohman, Jensen, Walker, Third Row-DcCook, Bauer, Walker, Boyle, Heaney, Magram, Diero, Buikcma, Guzzardo, Siclorovich, Anderson. Second Row-DcnBcnston, Vander Vliet, Alkire, Lull, Siebzl, Van Page 94 Sant, Magliocco, Buckles, Peterson, Munson, Herzog, Clark, Railla, Tissing, Hnlderson. Boftom Row-Ncbelsick, Guy- att, Lockwood, Dekker, Ellis, V:mderPloeg, johnson, Hupp, Bandstra, DeYoung. Sponsor-Ivliss McPartlin. CStory on p. 101, DRAMA CLUB T017 Row-Davis, Vander Woude, Davis, Bala, Popely, Pocius, Buttin. Third Row-Rooney, Nelson, Szabo, Hansen, Davidenas, Jensen, Fel- lerkoif, Vander Meer, Schaaf, Johnson. Seroml Row-Righter, Vcrtach, Palagi, Dixon, Gaal, Tumiati, Clauter, Takach. Boffom Row-Sin? arski, McBroom, Harter, Levin. Sponsor-Miss Conner, MATH CLUB SOLVES BRAIN TEASERS The Math Club, for boys and girls interested in mathematics, under its sponsor, Miss Fanny Hall, meets every Wednesday. The purpose of this club is to solve brain teasers taken from college entrance examinations, and from the book, "Mathematical Wrinkles." To make this club a success, Patra Bauer is president. Benny Righter and Williani Hulbrick, active members of the club, are treasurer and secretary. FENGER'S ORATORY CLASS A heated argument is in progress, everyone listens intently to the points being presented and their alternatives. This may take place in the public speaking class which meets every day ninth period in Room. 116, under the direction of Mrs. Vfertheim. The class has twenty-seven students and has a distinct aim: better speech, and a better presentation of speech. Herr, grffr 1-rf---' fr MATH CLUB Top Row-Hubrich, Nebeliek Lobbes, Voigt, Geiger, Preston Ohman. Middle Row-Nebeb sick, Righter, Bauer, Dahlberg Bergstrom. Bolfom Row-Baer Miss Hall, Yampolsky, Cun ningham. Sponsor-Miss Hall i: ' --1 PUBLIC SPEAKING T017 Row-Scliram, Skelton, Hanken, Borisos, Nedere, Sav- AHawke, Laws, Lockwood, Lucas, Bernier, Wilner, Gaal. oyski, Regre, Aichner, Slager, Shen, Dudich, Siebcr, Vander Sponsor-Mrs. Wertheim. Vliet, Bardolph. Boflom Row-Sward, Gore, J. Slager, Page 95 LITERATURE LITERATED IN THE LITERATI Have you ever tried to express yourself in poetry or prose? You have the chance every other Thursday, 10th hour, in the second floor foyer. The club is supervised by Mrs. Wise, while the members read aloud their compositions, receiv- ing constructive criticisms. Copies of the best works are kept, the club compiling them into pamphlets. Books printed by previous groups are "New Paths" and "Simmerings." These titles are suggestions for new thoughts and Ways of doing things. 1r'fn'e--f 5 FENCING CLUB T011 Row-Hupp, Disz, Loch. Third Row-Sabador, McCaf- ferty, V elle n g e, Borchardt, Hendricks, Fanizzo, B u r I o n. Serum! Raw-Sander, Robin, Ianac, Goris, Paulsen, Ringcy, Rand, Swanberg, Bartoli, Van Clay. Batiom Ron'-Luril, Al- kire, Specht, Clark, Bergmann, Derthick, Roepcrs, Gonczy, Loiclainger, jarecki, Bruckur. Sponsor-Mr. Young. TRI-HI-Y Red lights! Blue lights! Stop lights! Sum it all up and you get the Tri-Hi-Lites. Wfith the proceeds a Christmas party was given for unfor- tunate children. Those who conduct the meetings this semester are Virginia Hilkerc, president, Har- riet Johnson, vice-president, Virginia Brehm, sec- retary, and Jeanette Dyke, treasurer. Present at all meetings and always on the job is Miss Blachly. A splash party and dance is to be held to climax this season's activities. 1 ' 1.1 . 5 ...Y H 1 l us:- 4, , e l TRI HI-Y T011 Row-Claurer, Shevlin, Troughton, Lewis, Thorsen, La-Hola, J. Berry, Nilsen, Woodward, Estabrook, E. Berry, Carleton, Disz, Parker. Tlainl Row - Vandersyde, Mc- Gaghie, Winters, Duncan, Jane Matthewson, Ekblom, Erick- son, Snow, Hansen, Borcliardt, Turnbull, Johnson, Fried- man, Johnson, Christensen. Second Row-Wilson, june Page 9 6 Matthewson, vak, Bauer, Roggcveen. Million, D. Hess, Elm, f LITERATI rl T017 Row-Boak, Fleming, O'Brien, De Young, Bannert, Burnop. Middle Row-Vashik, Clark, Vitalis, De Young, Band- stra, Jarecki, Bardolph, Kummer- er, Darvin. Botlom Row-Mo Cafferty, Ramshorst, Boomker, Green, Mrs. NVise. Gross, Lin- nert. Sjronsar-Mrs. Wise. Dwyer, J. Johnson, Leur, Rimmcr, Ernst, No- Rachlitz, Oling, Crowther, Fisher, Bergman Barium Row-R. Aiken, Main, E. Campbell Campbell, Dyke, Brehm, Hilkert, H. Johnson M. Aiken, Rutherford. Sponsor-Miss Blachley s y FENCING CLUB Top Row-Sward, Anderson Tbinl Row-Hack, Okerberg Bennett, Preston, Brand, Car- lisle, Huldorsen, Magneborc. Src- oml Row-Fudge, C o u r s e r Skoglund, F l e m i n g, Denney Brand, Magneboris, Kuyper, Mc- Cafferty, Freudenberg, Mencin- sky. Bvlfom Row-Tomasek, Parker, Swanberg, Powers, But- tin, McGee, Nogrady, Bombcu Swanson, Koneck. Sponsor- Mr. Young. ART OF FENCING Among the many organizations of Fenger, the Fencing Club is the newest addition. The art of fencing trains in poise and grace, and gives joy. Those holding high offices are Roy McGee, witty president, Jerry Mencinsky, our worthy vice- president, George Sward, money man, and Anne Loichinger, wielder of the pen. Meetings are held twice weekly: Tuesday for fencing practice and Friday for business purposes. Dues of five cents a week are collected, from which new foil tips, plastrons, and gloves are pur- chased. May we wish this new club speedy suc- cess, with many new members joining its throng. ! i STICKER I-IUNTERS Did you join the stamp club and enjoy the fun? The organization is for old and new members to improve their stamp collection. Part of the meetings, besides having been connected with stamps, were given over to playing games, or listening to a short talk presented by a member. Sponsors, Mr. Smitter and Mr. Schacht, can really be satisfied with the officers: President Robert Smitterg Vice-President Ida Mae Clark, Secretary- Treasurer, Margaret Burnopg and Raymond Ellis, librarian. . , 1, STAMP CLUB Top Row-DeHaan, Davis, Giz- . eski, Bence, Dcnney, Bomben, Ncuswanger, Haag. Mirlzllc' Row --Emmanuel, Matheson, Abbedu- to, Holcombe, Mr. Smitter, Guyatt, S m i t t e r, Magliocco, Jacobsen, Liptak, Wiixtcrcorix, Laslow. Balfour Row-Burnap, Hackenson, Smitrer, Mr. Schaeht, Clark, Ellis. . HI-Y Top Row-Sizoo, Goodrich, Stcrnberg, Haag, Mercier, Fiske, Heaney, Backus, Huizenga, Wolowicz, Johnson, Jahnlte, Harrison, Ivens. M'iz1'rllc Row-Schram, Malnassy, Kay,, Zol- linger, Greear, Latvcnas, Perry, Ilika, Schmidt, Matheson, 1 Martin, Radkey, Allen, Goris, Albright. Bollom Rou.+ Slzlger, Peterson, Brandsma, Gaudio, R. McGagl1ie, Mr. Scott, W. McGaghic, Hill, Laws, Yonker. Sponsor-Mr. Scott. Page 97 5'5iQ.i1-l Q. , JUNIOR CITIZENS T017 Row-Dricga, Zollinger, McGagl1ie, Dixon, Pullen, Shall- cross, Van Rite, Zcmnitis, Bondurant, Baer, Salmon, Ab- bate. Tbirrl Row-Fraser, Specht, Horne, Almasy, Bakkers. Vargo, Stenbock, Kish, Meinardi, Stangl, Johnson, Rohn, Second Row-Matuls, Wierema, Wfilson, Nonneman, Burg- css, Stcrnberg, Nelson, Burwalda, Rodin, Main, Petrucci, Anderson, Roman, Karlson. Bollom Row--Korciva, Mulka, Campbell, Hill, Goucher, Jahnkc, Hawke, Carlson, Young, Fletcher, Heath. JUNIOR CITIZENS Top R010-Watling, Marshall, Bisone, Bishta, McGaghic Skirnick, Wolowicz, Fiske, Meneieski, Rightcr, Thomson Sciahcca, Lofstrand. Tbirzl Row-Preston, Arvia, Burnett Philbrick, Holcombe, Cclman, Pearsan, Posius, Buttin, John- son, Woodward, Luisi, Lane, Neuswnngcr. Serond Row- Popely, Buck, Carlton, Dudieh, Vander Ploeg, Bergman, Goris, Ogden, Roorigucz, Nilsen, Spiekhout, Shevlin, Lewis Aiken. Boitom R010-Grossman, Fournier, Casson, Brands- ma, Vandermeer, Buchholz, Balaban, Nybug, Budd, Haag. JUNIOR CITIZENS T011 Row--Muskicvicz, Miller, Rcguly, Siminson, Rossi, Reed, Weminel, Jocius, Boomker, Falk, Boone, Loichinger, XVojcicki. Third Row-Carleton, XVorthy, Friedman, Hu- ber, Dcrthick, Bergmann, Mangold, Hayden, Hayes, Don- kam, Arguillan, Matyasovich, Parjczuk, Propari, Anglo. Sec- oml Row-Bcrcolozi, Muller, Dykton, Kulig, Siniarski, Sro- melc, Kieradlo, Hawryszkow, Nvitchosky, Preston, Prekop, Candlin, Pcanneradorfer, Stcczo, Germerad. Bolfom Roux- Laurtou, Chase, Lucas, Goris, Laws, Schneider, Vellinga, Calvctto, Strybis, Eterno, Howes. JUNIOR CITIZENS T011 Row-Chambers, Morin, Abbcduto, Borger, Buckles, DcCook, Hutchinson, Jensen, Dcnncy, Roman, Lenzen, E. Lcnzen, Clark, Tamminga, Mullins. Tl7il'II' Row-Steven, Loughborough, Roepcrs, Herdt, McClellan, Snow, Disz, Yurkus, Thomas, Propati, lppolito, Wolf, Bauer, Phillippc, Sablotny, Schuster. Second Row-Spnnnarc, Sibbcrt, Toth, Joniec, Hankosky, Loskill, Schmidt, Bomben, Knudsen, Wcstlund, Evans, Zondurvan, Shatkus, Roeper, Rolen, Bloom, Bolton: Row-Backus, Heaney, Harriseu, Aylmer, Mucha, Mr. Hayes, Klein, Matthey, Storako, Yasdick. Sponsor-Mr. Hayes. JUNIOR CITIZENS As the oustanding event of 1936 was the deci- sion of the people as to who their leader would be, "The Presidential Election of 1936', was a fit- ting topic for the essay contest sponsored by the Junior Citizens. To the winners, prizes amount- ing to 510.00 were awarded at a luncheon. Events beyond the ocean also interested these young people. On November 12, 1936, everyone was invited to a talk by Dr. De Alarid on "The Spanish Situation." , As president, Arthur Goucher presided over the 225 members, aided by Vice-president William Jahnke, Secretary Florence Mulka, Treasurer Shir- ley Young, and Marjorie Carlson, to whom. the success of the social of December 12 is due. The Junior Citizens had a successful year. THE ART CLUB Anyone in the school who is interested in art will find it to his advantage to be a mem- ber of the Art Club. The object of this club is to give the members a chance to learn the technical side of art, such as etching, lithography, and water color reproduction. The club meets every Tuesday, tenth period. The dues are five cents every other meeting. With this money it is intended to buy an etching press or some other machine for the use of its members. Lectures are given at each meeting by different persons of ARCHITECTURAL CLUB Top Row--Aabye, L o b b e s, Sykes, Bochnke, Wcirsma, Petrd, Paskiewiez. Mirldlc Row-Gus- tafson, Greear, Cnppozzo, An- f derson, Dauginas, Crawford, Demick, Pajkos. Bollom Row- Mr. Koerner, Coding, Stcmberg, . the club. These talks include various subjects concerning art Work. Mr. Musick is the sponsor of the club and the following are the present oliicers: John Helland, president, Paulette Gross, vice-president, Ann Saytor, secretary, LaVerne Dicke, treasurerg and Ruth Rolnich, chairman of Program Committee. THE ARCHITECTURAL CLUB Made up of students in the first and second hour classes, this club holds its own with the other clubs in Fenger. Meetings at opportune times and topics of current interest in the con- struction world are the general program. The club takes tours through places of industrial in- terest, new theatres and residences under con- struction. The idea is to view these at an early stageg then come back when the project is com- pleted. ' People trained in architecture are invited to the meetings, and are asked to give helpful talks. Too, the club has made several inspection trips through- out the school under the supervision of Mr. Koerner. After these trips, discussions are held upon the facts that have been gathered. Exhibits and presentations of architectural subjects from the professional field also are discussed from time to time. The club has been under the supervision of Mr. Koerner for the last two years. rl Daum, Vettcriek, Kay. Sponsor -Mr. Koerner. ART CLUB Top Row-Holcombe, Stahulah, Uelman, Palumbo, Lund- ker. Boilom Row-Szxytor, Wiersma, Tobias, Pakoiski, gren, Mr. Musick, Rocnik, Johnson, Gross, Zachoo, Boom- Bergstrom Helland, Greene, Dike. Sponsor-fMr. Musick. i Page 99 - f FENGER'S NOVICES IN THE RADIO FIELD Fenger is one of four schools in Chicago that possesses a radio club, progressing under Sponsor Mr. Fotch. Meetings are held after school and Wednesday evenings with officers Fred Swanson, Thomas Angelos, Joseph Buckler, George Sanders, and joseph Gypta presiding. Lectures on radio- fContinued on Page 101j S MARCONI CLUB Top Rau'-Cotton, Nelson, joniak, Race. Thin! Kon'--Clmpman, Toth, XVeberg, Dkoerberg, San- der, Pulin, Brxlaban, Watrous. Srrmzrf Ron'- Sawadski, Melhorn, Hatter, Hooje, Bawalda, Angelos, Fotch, Buchlver, Gypra, Swanson. STAR STRUCK SKY SCRUTINIZERS Have you ever seen the mountains on the moon? Well, you could if you belonged to the Astronomy Club. About twice a month the club meets at night fif it's clearj to look through their telescope for planets and stars. Their regular meetings are held every Monday at 2:30 in 328 fContinued on Page 1011 ASTRONOMY CLUB VanRamshorst, Stamp, Johnson, Boline. Third Rou-'- Srangl, Meinardi, L u p i c n, Sawadski, Coruso, DcVries, McCafferty, stuk. Sefoml Row-XVatson, Chapman, Fclcky, Burgess, Mr Mr. Mumford. tr AVIATION CLUB T011 Row-Schroeder, Peterson, Moore, Ose, Pecora, Wier- Stadt, Beerepoat, Chipas, Tinich, Sereiko, Germolcc, Hy- zycki, Sciacca, Jacobsa, Skirmick, McGaghie, Lezak. Mid- lander. Bofiom ROTLLGIOSS, Stenfanik, Jensen, Enochian dle Row-Nyeholt, Mohr, Perlinskis, Pacholik, Baldell, Page100 Mr. Sykes, Popely, Szabo, Sizoo, Selby, Schmidt. Phillehwing, Brandsma, Bolinc. Boffom Ran'- Tolr R0'lu-Wadlstrom, Penn, Boyle, Dickc, Cooper, Rossi, DeYoung, Vander Vliet, Graven- Vander Ploeg, B r :i n d s m a , Swanson, Berstrom, Buwalda, Lebning, Miller, Bottom Row- S i e b e r, Lockwood, Sporrcy, Mumford, Fleming. SI10IlX0fl RADIO CLUB QContinued from p. 1001 telephony and telegraphy are given, and a broad- casting station, contacting other cities, is oper- ated. The club's purpose is to advance knowl- edge of communication through wireless trans- mission and to assemble and operate a licensed transmitting station. SWIMMING TEAM QContinued from p. 921 Meet. The junior team with Douglas Crawford has been South Side Champions for the last four years. Although the team has not as strong com- petition as the seniors this semester, it is looking forward to the Dual Meet League, a highly com- petitive league, to be organized next semester. Mr. Fotch's steady and eiiicient training will keep the boys in condition to continue a record of merit. CHEERING SECTION fContinued from p. 921 charge of finances, and Jean DeCook as their leader, they are winning the recognition of other schools beside Fenger. Sgt. Robinson trains the girls in their marching tactics. Plans for next year are to secure an extra twenty-five girls in order that Fenger can be spelled in formation as they march down the football field. Yea, Fenger! ' SCIENCE CLUB fContinued from p. 941 Gypta and Marian Aichner as secretary and treas- urer. At other meetings the club had various out-' side speakers, usually the alumni of Fenger, and instructional experiments which were extremely interesting. MIXED CHORUS AND GIRLS' GLEE CLUB fMixed Chorus picture on p. 761 paniment. The chorus enter the Chicago High School Choral contest to be held May 12. The Girls' Glee Club is preparing for solo work, and both clubs are working on "Lovely Ap- pear" for The Relic-zrzption by Gounod, to be given at a future assembly. Of the Chorus, the presiding officers are Lorraine Durberka, presi- dent, Bob Falkenthal, vice-president, Beryl Bak- kers, secretary, and Margaret Vandermyde, treas- urer. Those of the Girls' Glee Club are president, June Matthewsong vice-president, Jeanne Wood- wardg secretary, Jane Matthewsong treasurer, El- eanor Felix. BEGINNING AND ADVANCED ORCHESTRAS fOrchestra pictures on pp. 76 86 771 place with Kelly High School. This contest is usually conducted at the end of January. There are close to ten participants, offering stiff compe- tition for Fenger and the other enrolled schools. Mr. Trimble offers promotion to those in the beginning orchestra who "toe the mark" by pass- ing the examination to enter the advanced orches- tra, replacing first the vacancies being left by graduating members and then increasing the size of the orchestra. ASTRONOMY CLUB fContinued from p. 1001 with president, George Lockwood, or Ursulla Sie- ber, vice-president, presiding, while Jeanette Fele- ky reads the minutes of the last star gazers' meet- ing. Their star struck sponsor is Mr. Mumford. EFFICIENCY PLUS fHall Guards pictures on p. 801 "Efficiency" describes our hallguard corps in one word. They have been efficiently supervised and have carried out orders to the last degree. Fenger salutes them! DRAMA CLUB fContinued from p. 941 day. George Lockwood, treasurer, together with Doris Clauter, secretary, cooperate with the other officers in making the meetings and programs ap- pealing to all members. A three-act play is in progress which is suc- ceeding under Miss Conner,s sponsorship. The directors are: Wayne Harter, Mary Palagi, Esther Bott, Frances Gaal, Raymond Seitsma, Liberty Tumiati, Henry Yonker, Pearl Lupien, and Benny Righter. FENGER FLEDGLINGS CAviation picture on p. 1001 Due to the interest shown in the Aviation Club, a double period class is being conducted under the sponsorship of Mr. Sykes, former United States war pilot and member of the United States air mail service. An escorted trip to the Munic- ipal Airport was made, visiting exhibitions of various transport planes, airplane engine, and in- strument shops. Samuel Enochian, president, with the sincere cooperation of Margaret Popely, treas- urer, conduct the meetings so that they appeal to everyone. HI-Y fHi-Y picture on p. 971 The Fenger Hi-Y has planned a series of events that will not only uphold the boys' high ideals but will prove quite enjoyable. Among these events will be the dispensing of Christmas bas- kets, the annual Splash and Dance Party, and the presentation of a play. Under the leadership of William McGaghie, president, Russell I-Iill, vice- presidentg James Gaudio, secretaryg and Robert McGaghie, treasurer, aided by W. Emerson Scott, and E. F. Young the plans will prove highly successful. IO SATURNALIA! CForum picture on p. 941 Feasting and merriment in true Roman style marked the climax on December 13, of a semes- ter of activities in the Fenger Forum-activities based on the private life of the Romans. Those who attended the Feast of Saturnalia came attired in Roman costumes and enjoyed a program pre- pared by Peter VanderPloeg, the consul, Ray- mond Ellis, Vice-consulg Harry Johnson, praetor, and Wilbur Dekker, aedile, under the helpful and kindly supervision of Miss Wilfred McPartlin, club sponsor. Page 101 OUR SOCIAL LIFE Friday afternoon, October 9, found about two hundred socially-inclined students enjoying them- selves at the Hi-Y social. This was the first gala event of the year. Fenger's social orchestra fur- nished delightful dance music. Cheer, not cheers, prevailed at the Girls' Cheer- ing Section social on October 23. The glowing colors of the football field seemed to be reflected in the happy faces of the young ladies as they glided across the floor with their gallant, sturdy escorts. The outstanding pep assembly of the year was given an unusual burst of enthusiasm when the Fenger Band led the Girls' Cheering Section in the rousing Fenger song on October 23. The man- ner in which Mr. Schacht conducted the gather- ing, together with Coach Palmer's speech, did much to enthuse every loyal Fengerite. It needed little imagination, with closed eyes, to hear the band play "Anchors Aweigh" and see the fleet riding in the distance just outside the harbor when Dr. Owen Stewart had completed his address on Navy Day, October 27. Dr. Stew- art was introduced by Mr. Knight, and Robert Perry conducted the assembly in true Navy style. B. A. A. No, not baag for there were no sheep or lambs there on November 6 but a very good attendance of Fenger's socially-inclined students. The music by the social orchestra was delight- fully exhilarating and the afternoon passed all too quickly for those in attendance. The echo of taps has not died away in the memories of those who attended the Armistice Day assembly, November 10. Stirring martial music by the orchestra together with war songs by Mr. Dean, accompanied by Mr. Reich, and the memorial address given by Captain Urban G. Willis were all events which thoroughly com- memorated the sacrifices made by those who gave their lives that our nation might be a great place to live in. ' News is something everyone is interested in and the News Assembly proved to be no exception on November 18. Solos by Mrs. Lydia Werner Oster- busch, Hillert Vitt, Mona Wilson, all graduates of Fenger, were delightful. As a remembrance of the work of Mr. Zipf in the school his picture was unveiled before the assembly. Mr. Zipf spoke very feelingly and with a genuine interest in the occasion bidding all Fengerites the best of good wishes on their tenth anniversary. Another outstanding feature of the assembly was the presenting to Mr. Schacht and the school of the History of Fenger written by the History Staff under the direction of Marguerite Clark and Robert Smitter. , Music, music everywhere, and not a chair for a late comer, was the theme of the music assem- bly on November 25, for everyone wanted to be there. Rhythm and harmony rolled out over the footlights in full measure showing we1l-ba1- Page 102 anced, well-directed and thoroughly-trained mu- sicians. The military cadence of Mr. Trimble's new march as presented by the orchestra was espe- cially effective. The beautiful Indian Love Song by Joan Marsh and the Sailor Song by William Sternberg were well presented and the Fenger Band, under the able direction of Mr. Burnham, gave a good account of itself. The students of Fencing and their friends held a delightful social on December 4. Adding to the enioyment of the occasion was the presenta- tion of the door prizes to those who were fortu- nate enough to hold the lucky numbers. Had Flo Ziegfeld attended the Junior Citizen Social, on December 11, and gazed on the beauti- ful waltzing of the prize winners, he undoubtedly would have found additional talent for his many productions, and the tapping of Jean De Cook would have undoubtedly entitled her to a head- line place in the movies. The society is to be congratulated on the won- derful manner in which their event was con- ducted. The same student enthusiasm that greets the issue of the Courier was found at the Courier Assembly. The presentation of five scenes rep- resenting Clmracter, the theme of this semesteris Courier, was cleverly arranged and splendidly pre- sented before a double assembly. The Southern scene portraying hospitality, the Mine scene, cour- ageg the Bull Fight, humor, the Olympics, sports- manshipg and a dance of all nations, friendship, were beautifully costumed and well presented. The originality of each individual effort was clearly shown and yet each scene combined with the other to bring before the gathering in a very effective manner the forceful, the gentle, and the beautiful sides of character. All agreed that the theme of the assembly, too, that of the current issue of the Courier was well chosen. Nothing that the students of Fenger do gives them so much satisfaction as the effort put forth in gathering the supplies and decorating the Christmas baskets for the unfortunates at Christ- mas time. The knowledge that there are many worthy, needy families lends an impetus to the Work that is seldom found in any other field of endeavor. Christmas and the Christ spirit prevail at Fenger. Each division room is to be commended for the manner in which the work was carried on and the student council deserves recognition for the Way the undertaking was planned and executed at the Christmas Assembly on December 18. No more beautiful sight could be imagined in the assembly with the well-filled and beauti- fully-decorated baskets stretching from one side of the stage to the other. The assembly dis- missed with the knowledge and satisfaction that over one hundred families would have a bountiful Christmas dinner. -MARIELLA FRASER- SENIORS AS BABIES . 'TI 'ir 6354 V441 0 421- .191 5 .4111 A , Az iii, -it M Page103 WE EXPRESS OUR GRATITUDE Our appreciation to those who aided in the production of this annual cann-ot be over empha- sized. Without their continual assistance this book could not have been completed in the time it has, nor could it contain the excellent material that it does. Therefore we feel justified in thank- ing our many benefactors gratefully and Whole- heartedly. Behind the Courier 'stand two men who are potent factors in the existence of our book: Our own dear principal, Mr. Frederick Schachtg and Mr. George Dasher, our assistant principal. The vital influence they exercised, the innumerable services they -performed for us, and their per- vading enthusiasm cannot be over-emphasized. We are indebted to Mr. George Aiken for his cheerful, untiring assistance in every way, and Mrs. Ella Burkhart deserves our sincere thanks for her full cooperation. The branch manager expresses his gratefulness to Miss Cleopatra Wilson, Miss Marion Moran, a-nd Mr. Louis Cook, and their faculties of Burn- side, Mt. Vernon, and Curtis branches. They were exceedingly helpful in backing him and the spe- cial class in the gathering of literary material, and, most important of all in the boosting of sales for the Courier. Every semester certain members of the faculty serve as judges in the Courier literary contest. The literary editors wish to express their gratitude to Mr. Wagenman, Miss Conner, Mrs. Stephens, Mr. Smitter, Miss Milburn, Miss Edinger, Miss S. J. Thomas, Miss Verhoeven, Mrs. Wise, Miss Smart, Miss Lundquist, and Miss Stevens. These judges were extremely fair and are to be compli- mented on the results. The Courier Art Class, inspired by Miss Edna Marlin's extensive enthusiasm and knowledge of art, drew the beautiful panels for our book. These drawings might easily be taken for professional work, and the Courier staff realizes how valuable they are. The students who helped the five art editors are: R. Burgwald, E. Byttow, C. Clauter, G. Fox, E. Gilkison, L. Gonska, R. I-Iameetman, J. Helland, B. Manquist, J. Nyberg, F. Rodriguez, R. Rolnik, A. Saytor, R. Schultz, H. Szott, B. Zordan, and E. Johnson. The formation of Miss Robinson's Junior Courier Staff was an innocation this semester. This staff compiled Branch material and stories of the various organizations functioning in the main building, thus lessening the labors of the Courier Staff. They are: R. Albright, A. Bandstra, E. Blomquisr, J. Boldt, L. 'Carlson, A. Cook, J. Eterno, D. Freeman, B. Gonczy, M. Goris, F. Kommers, F. Kucinskis, V. Lewis, M. Mangold, V. McClellan, W. Mikolaitis, M. Ohlenhamp, R. Olsen, M. Popely, E. Porter, I. Rance, J. Schram, S. Shaffner, L. Shevlin, A. Smalley, B. Thorsen, N. Vanderbilt, M. Yager, and S. Zwitting. We thank them heartily. Words seem to be inadequate to tell how ap- preciative we are to Miss Marie McCutcheon. In- numerable times has she given of her valuable Page 104 time, her materials, and her machines. Mr. Smit- ter also proved to be our staunch ally. During the harrowing days of picture taking he loyally sup- ported us. Much praise is due Miss Mildred Taylor and the News Staff for the splendid publicity the Courier received in theFenger News. Much of the Work of the staff is the gathering of statistical lists, and we are indebted to Miss Schmid, Miss McKenna, and Mrs. Campbell for their expert help. Mr. Kehoe deserves our earnest gratitude for cou-ntless services to us. The finan- cial managers are enthusiastic in their praise of Mr. Lange for taking charge of the Courier money and aiding them in various ways. The gay, national dances performed in the Courier assembly were taught to the staff mem- bers by Mrs. Jessie Anderson, who graciously gave her time to this instruction. Under the excellent direction of Mr. Neil Trimble, the orchestra played several interesting numbers between the acts. Mr. Reich played the accompaniment to our Courier song and gave the staff several helpful suggestions. Mr. Beals and the stage hands con- tributed immensely to making our assembly suc- cessful. To all of you we extend our most heart- felt thanks. The entire Fenger faculty receives our earnest gratitude for permitti-ng sales talks during divi- sion periods, for boosting our sales, and for excus- ing staH: members whenever it was necessary. Mr. Dean and Mrs. Hill gave excellent ideas to be used in the Courier assembly. We have Carl Vieth to thank for the Courier's best surprise feature, the airplane View of Fenger. Another ex-Fengerite, Bob Van Rite, generously gave his services as dancing instructor in our Courier assembly., We also owe a vote of thanks to Julian Sykes, Jr., and Tony Lofrano who made some excellent illustrations for the advertising section of the Courier. Space does not permit us to mention the names of all our advertisers, but we wa-nt them to know how valuable their cooperation has been to us. So to all our advertisers we extend a warm "thank you." Including the names of many persons who, in some way, rendered services to the Courier staff, is not easy, and if any name has been omitted in this story, we sincerely apologize. We are deeply grateful for all that anyone has done for us. In closing, we believe that our staff adviser, Miss Robinson, is a composite of numerous ad- mirable traits of character. She has given will- ingly and unselflshly of her time to Courier work in order that the book may be the best possible. She is the driving 'power behind the entire staff, and we want her to know of the admiration and respect the Courier members have for her. We will 'never forget the thrill of being part of a productive force in the publishing of our year- book, the Courier. -. ' MILDRED CARLETON JOHN BAER Euirons-IN-CHIEF. X J LITERATURE BY 2A's ONLY A TRAMP just a ragged wanderer, Only a tramp you say, Foot sore and weary, Trudging along life's way. Suddenly the air is rent with shrieks Of the frenzied passers-by, Who see that in the path of a speeding car, A little child does lie. The watchers rooted to the spot, Seem paralyzed with fear, While a ragged man with flying feet, Throws the baby from danger, clear. Gently they lift his lifeless form, And slowly bear him yonder, That ragged tramp with a hero's soul, Is doomed no more to wander. And if we too, arc-:prone to sneer At those we chance to meet, Just remember, that under a worn out coat, A noble heart may beat. -JEAN MATT1cE, ZA. lst prize Jr. Poetry Courier Lit. Con. AMBITION We live!! Not to die or be conquered, But to enjoy our good fortune, With the utmost of our power. We live!! Not for personal gain, But for others. A sad world this would be If each were for himself. We live!! Not for deeds unrewarded But for smiles of kindness And a sense of well being That comes, when our work is through. -JANE MATTPIEWSON, 2A Hon. Ment., Jr. Poetry, Courier Lit. Cont. CONTENTMENT People have many different ideas about con- tentment. Mine is -not an elaborate one. I don't think I would care for a lot of money, fine clothes, and servants. For myself I would prefer just what I have now. I am content. For what more can I ask? I have a home, a mother, a father, We are at, but just an change and a sister. There is a steady income. all healthy. We may not be much to look we each think the other is grand. We are average American family and we wouldn't STUDY HARD! Education has but one significant aim. It tends to help us to struggle through this strange world with success and comfort. For this purpose, it de- velops our mental power to concentrate with more cfiiciency and affords us a broader knowledge of human nature so as to understand and love each other. But in short, education was, is, and always will be, not to create us greater persons on this earth but to make this world a better place in which to live. How often have we despised teachers for assign- ing pages upon pages of homework? How often have we neglected them? Wouldn't it be a won- derful thing if we could spend our leisure time in fun and happy resources? Of course, but . . . What we gather today may mean absolutely nothing at present but in ten or fifteen years we will get from life just as much as we have put into our studies. If we expect a great deal, we must devote more time to our school work with an earnest desire to obtain the best education possible. -CHARLES CHOW, 2A I-Ion. Ment., Jr. Prose, Courier Lit. Cont. MY FIRST ROLLER COASTER RIDE One of the most frightening experiences I ever had, happened in Riverview park, last summer, when I went on my Hrst Roller Coaster ride. I chose the "Bobs," which is the most dangerous, steepest, and jerkiest roller coaster, there. I mounted the front seat, with my girl friends brother. Slowly the train moved away, arou-nd the bend, through the tunnel and slowly ascended its first climb. I climbed high! Oh! so high! I have al- ways been afraid of steep climbs, and I began to feel terribly uneasy. As we neared the top, I felt as if something had been left undone, in this world, that really should have been done. I grabbed Lewis' hand. He thought I was goi-ng to fall out, for I wasn't holding on, and I was trem- bling so much, that the whole car must have shaken. Slowly, the sign, "Don't Stand Up," ap- peared. In my eyes, those words seemed to change, and say, "Sure Death aheadf, My, I was fright- ened. We reached the top, poised a moment and then Whiz!! The world was a blur to my fast closing eyes. Up and down similar hills, we rode like that, and finally the ear slowed down and came to a halt. I lay in the seat, dazed for a moment, but after I got off of the car, and had walked off a few spaces, I turned suddenly and ran toward it again. "Hey," I cried, "don't leave me OE! I want to go again!" Places with 3nYb0dY- The first Roller Coaster ride is like the first -RUTH COLEMAN, 2A olive, Hon. Mem., jr. Prose, Courier Lit. Com. -VHLDA FLEMING, 2A. Prlgt' 106 LITERATURE FLIGHT Its large silvery wings spread wide, People hooded within its silvery casement, Streamlined, streaking, free from everything. Later, Slowly settling, its wheels now roll across the grou-nd, Its motors quiet for a moment, then roaring again This huge man-made bird comes upon the ramp, A trip that has been completed many times before, Safely, surely, quietly. -GORDON JOHNSON, 4B.- THE AMERICANISM OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN Americanism is honest and respectful citizen- ship, is willingness to do what is right, is cheer- ful obedience to lawful authorities, and it main- tai-ns the respectand defence of the American Flag with our very lives if necessary. Abraham Lincoln, born in the year 1809, in the state of Kentucky, is indeed a true example of Americanism and a patriotic ideal for true Americans and their children to live up to and to emulate as their model. He was born amidst the primitive surroundings of humble log cabin life, yet through honesty a-nd other remarkable traits of character he elevated himself to the pin-nacle of success, by becoming President of the United States. This truly proves America to be the land of the free and of opportunity. The virtues predom-inent in Lincoln's character are honesty, reliability, sincerity, self-conquest, kindness, and the gift of persuasion. By his true sincerity and honesty, he inspired the people of America, by his Gettysburg Ad- dress he expressed his immortal belief, by his presidency during the Civil War he did for America, the most he could ever do, and more than any other president could have done-the preservation of the Union. When his vacancy was filled by President John- son, an altogether different man, it further empha-. sized the good will, leadership, and true Amer- icanism of Abraham Lincoln. -MARGARET BE1sMsTER13oER, 2B Hon. Ment., Jr. Prose, Courier Lit. Cont. FALLING STAR Streaming through the twilight, I saw a dashing star A sight I never shall forget, But remember till I die. --RETA DAL COROBBO, 4B. MY TWO FRIENDS I walked a mile with Pleasure, She chattered all the way, But I am none the wiser For all she had to say. I walked a mile with Sorrow, And never a word said she, But oh, the things I learned from her When Sorrow walked with me! -JANE STUART, 3B 2nd Prize, Sr. Poetry, Courier Lit. Cont. THE BEAR FACTS After a week of traveling seven boys arrived in Yellowstone Park, all set for a good time. We had all heard of the bears in Yellowstone, and expected to see one the minute we entered the park, but failed to see one the first two days. One night when we were all asleep, a terrible noise broke forth outside the tent, I was awake in a moment, and the first thought that came to my mind was that of a bear in the garbage pail. I reached over to see if the fellow sleeping next to me was awake or not. I grabbed his foot to find outg he let out a yell and fainted. When he came to, We found out that he thought I was a bear about to depart with part of his leg. The next morning after breaking camp, we were ridi-ng along a winding mountain road, and a big brown bear appeared in the middle of the road. Boy, did he look hungry! You should have seen those car windows roll up. Fast, huh, fast isn't the word. But Mr. Bear with the calmness " .of a preacher, proceeded to lie down. The road being a narrow one-way road, we could not go around him, so we decided to try and move him. We blew the car horn, yelled and made faces at him, but it was of no avail. Finally someone sug- gested we get a loaf of.bread and coax him off. So by throwing him one piece of bread at a time, each piece being a little nearer the edge of the road, we were able to coax him off and go around. I remember a saying: a bear is a dumb animal. Personally I don't believe it. Do you? -HAIKOLD KENWORTHY, 3B Hon. Ment., Sr. Prose, Courier Lit. Cont. 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In Mr. Smitters economics class 3rd period after some pupil had made an unkind remark about another, Mr. Smitter quoted a little poem: If you your lips would guard from slips, Five things observe with care Of whom you speak To whom you speak, And how, and when, and vxhere. second hour civics discussing kidnapping Pullman 8491 Terraplane-Hudson Specialists R V R MOTOR SERVICE Valve Grinding, Ignition, Carburetor Service 10632 S Michigan Ave Chicago, Ill A N D E R S O N ' S Shoe Repair Shop THREE PRICE SYSTEM 39 E. 111th Street Pullman 7384 SCHLURAFF'S Flower Shop Pull. 0135 48 East 111th St. SCI-ILURAFF S flowers are the best, And prices take the cake- So be sure to get them here, And youll never make a mistake. 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A Brucer's Dairy .............,... Bryant Bt Stratton Business College . Caley Brothers ....,.. ..,..... Calumet Index ....... .. Carlson Funeral Home ...... Chatham Coal 86 Coke Co. .,... , Chicago College of Commerce , . . Chicago Weir Furnace Co. Cochrane Florist . . . . . . . Cousins, Jewelers . Cox 8: Co. .....,..., . De Luxe Candy Shop .,... Dauphin Park Dairy . . . Q . , . . . Einar's Barber 81 Beauty Shop , . . Englewood Knitting Mills ..., Ergo Bakery ..........,... Fenger Lunch Room . . , Fengcr News ..... 1 ...., Fernwood Men's Shop ....... Gaspcrec Grocery 8L Market . . . Gedgoud Barber Shop ..... George's Delicatessen .. Govier .... . ..,.... . . Gries Floral Co. ........ . H SL H Motor Sales, Inc. . . I-Ialsten's Bakery ..,.,... Harper 8C Barce Inc. . . . Heineman Florist Shop . . . I-lit.chcock's Pharmacy . . . Hollywood Soda Grill Jacobs, A. W., D.D.S. . . Joe's Food Shop ..... Kay's Beauty Shoppe ..... Kennedy Laundry Co. Kesl Jewelers .....,..... Kluscs, Grocery 85 Market ..,. Knapp, R., Delicatessen .,........ Kresge Co. .........,.......... , Page Kuehen's Auto Radiator 86 Paint Shop .....,. Lebxn Shoe Store ................. Lindell, Alderman . . . No. 117 138 126 136 127 136 135 115 121 117 130 113 125 133 137 131 119 117 121 139 130 135 139 117 131 120 131 114 126 138 133 142 114 136 142 143 138 143 115 120 136 139 115 121 125 143 137 136 120 112 135 Name of Advertisers Linden Printing Co. . . . . Madderom Coal Co. ,. . McNeil, J. G., M.D. .,..... . Metropolitan Business College . , Michigan Service Station . . . Monarch Roofing Co. .... . Moser Business College .... Normal Sweet Shop .... Normal Theatre ......... Norm:m's Beauty Shoppe . . North Roseland Motor Sales, Inc Otto Funeral Home ...... Parent Teacher Association Parkway Theatre ....,... Phillip's Funeral Home .... Pollack Jewelers ....... Pon 86 Co. ,.......... . Prest0n's Filling Station ., R. V. R. Motor Service ....... Reliable Meat Market ..... Page Reliable Roofing 85 Insulating Co. . . , . . . . . Ridge Theatre .,..........,.. Roberts' Pharmacy ..,.... Roseland Buick Sales Co. . . . Roseland Nash Sales ...... Roseland Nurses Home ..... Roseland Radio Laboratory Roseland Theatre ......... Schluraflvs Flower Shop Schmid-Lofgren, Ph. ...... . Schultz Grocery 85 Market Selma's Beauty Shoppe ..,.,. South End Tile Co. , . . State Theatre ...... ,.... Stenotype Co. ............., . Sterling Lumber 8: Supply Co. . . Stevesson, O. D., Dr. ..... . Stone's Nut Shop ...,.. Summers' Florist Shop Swanson's Lodge ...,... Thrift Grocery ,..,..... Trompen, C. M., D.D.S. Tumsis Grocery 8h Market .... Up-to-Date Laundry ,........ Vander Meer Bt Sons Oo., Inc. . . Waalkcs, H. E., Dr. ,,....,.. . Waalkes, Miss Flora ......... Wallace-Miller Co., Engravers . , Weidenaar Insurance ........ World Picture Co. Y.M.C.A. Cafe .. . 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