Fenger Academy High School - Courier Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1938
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FENGER HIGH SCHOO-L
Time-seconds, minutes, hours, days,
Weeks, months, years-is something
everyone possesses, yet how fleeting
it is. Once past, it is gone forever.
But time is endless.
Nlan in the past kept records of his
life and accomplishments on crudely
carved tablets. He deemed this
necessary because happenings passed
on by Word of mouth were swiftly
Today by the process of printing, We
are able to present to you a pictoral
record of this period of your life at
Fenger High. In time your memory
will cease to remember all of these
happy moments, but We hope that
this Courier of june '38 will roll back
the curtains of time and enable you
to relive your life at Fenger High
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February . . It is time . . to work . . play . . dream
for Opportunities . . imbue knowledge . . make friends
in class rooms . . halls . . gym . . social hours .
June . . It is time to leave . . showers of beauty in bushes, trees,
flowers . . . our friends . . . the place ofiuspiratiou . . achievements
. real values of life.
'lilne June Closs of 1938 dedicote tl'1is volume of
tl1e Courier to George Fronlclin Doslwer, ossistont
principal ot Fenger Higlw Sclwool. His geniol person-
olity, unlimited vitolity, ond sincere interest in
students ond student octivities lwove endeored lwim
to all Fengerites.
To THE CERADUATES oi-' THE JUNE CLASS 1938
The Christian Fenger High School and its predecessor, the George William
Curtis High School, dates back twenty-one years. Since 1905 your high school
has been uninterruptedly on the accredited list of the University of Illinois, of the
State Department of Education, and ofthe North Central Association. You have
a right to take pride in the fact that you are graduating from a school with such a
But let your pride be tempered by a becoming modesty. Acknowledge to
yourselves that you owe to the State an adequate return for the capital it has
invested in you. Yet do not be miserly in keeping an account of debits and credits.
It has been Said that if you are paid all you are Worth, you are overpaid. Do not
let this indictment lie against you. Deem it a privilege to do each day something
you are not paid to do.
FREDERICK W. SCHACHT . . Principal
GEORGE F. DASHER . Assistant Principal
GEORGE AIKEN . Administrative Assistant
AIARIE MCCUTCHEON Administrative Assistant
ELLA M BVRKHART i
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FRIEDA O- ROBINSON If ersonncl Counselors
MRS. CAMPBELL . . . Clerk
ANNA KELLY , , , Matron
ROSELLA MCKENN.A , . Clerk
.AMY REII.I.X' . . . Clerk
SARAH SCHMIDT . . . Clerk
JULIA CORCORAN , . Manager
HARRY BEALS , Chief Engineer Custodian
ROLAND NORTON . , Assistant Engineer
:ANNABELLE CALLANAN , . Accounting
IDAH A. HENICRSMAN Secretarial
.ALICE A. KAVANAIJGH , Commercial
EDITH M. KAX ',,. Commercial
LUELLA E, KE'1"l'I.EHON , .Accounting
TVIAY B. KRING . , Commercial
ERNEST E. I,ANGE . . Commercial Law
.AGNES R. IVIAIER . Secretarial
ETHEL J. NIILLER , Secretarial
HELEN IAKTCINTAI-ION , , Commercial
HELEN O,SL'I.I.IV'AN , . Secretarial
EDNA M. IIANDALL , . Accounting
VVALTER VV. SAMPSON .Accounting
BERNICE M. SHINE , . Commercial
CLAUDE SMITTER .
JESSIE SOLOMON . Ad
IQATHERIN E CARRO L QJT
Lois A. CONNER .
ELLEN DE HAAN
msEPHINE R. IQORTENJ
. . English
'ITHADDEUS LURAS . . English
HAZEL MCNAMARA . . . English
,ANNE F. MILBURN . . . English
RUTH W. ROBINSON English, Sabattical leave
JOHN B. RUssEL . . . English
RUTH M. SMART . , . English
KA'I'HERINE M. STEVENS English
EDNA M. STEPHENS . English
MARGARET TAYLOR , English
SARAH THOMAS . English
ATYERA H. AYERTHEIM . English
MYRA A. VVHITYVORTI-I , English
Rlf'I'H M. VVISE . . English
YYILLIAM BURNHAM .... Band
EDNA M. MARLIN ..., Art
MAUDE VV. MCCREADX' , MusicfChorus
WILLIAM INIUSICK ,... Art
YV. NEIL 'ITRIMBLE . . Music+Orchestra
HELEN A. VIZARD . . . Art
DR. LEON P. DE .ALARID . , Spanish
VVINII-'RED B'ICI.JAR'I'l.IN . . Latin
HILDEGARDE lXf1EISEKOTHEN German
GRACE G. MURRAY , . . French
GRACE A. THOMAS .... Latin
WALTER H. BRILL , Algebra-Geometry
CHARLOTTE V. FOWLER AlgehraAGeometry
GRAYDON VV. TVIUMFORD . . Geometry
FRANCES H. TATULLEN . . . Geometry
CTERTRUDE F. SCI-IITESSLER . . Geometry
MII.DRED 'ISAYLOR . Mathematics-Journalism
ELIZABETH I. BALHOUSE . .
Commercial Geograph y
KENNETH VV. DEAN . . .
PETER DE LTRAFF .
I.,ILl.IAN EDINGER , .
CLARA T. FENN . ,
SAYERs A. CTARLICK . Commercial Geography
IsABELLE MCKIILIJIE . . History
INGEBORG OLSON , , Civics
STELLA G. PLATT . , History
CHARLOTTE J. SMITH , Civics
NORA B. STEvENsoN . . History
IRA M. VVAGENMAN . History
BT.-Xl'D A. BAILEY ,... Physics
EMII. C. BENNETT . Chemistry
DoRIs M. BLACHLY .
NORMA A. DEANE .
. General Science
. . . Zoology
HARRIETTE H. FREEMAN . Physics
WALLACE H. FRISTOE . . Physics
WILLIAM C. REICH . . Physics
LELAND R. 'INHOMPSON . Chemistry
DOROTHY H. 'LOWNE . . . Botany
LENA M. CRUM ..,. Cooking
ELSIE P. FORQUERAN Household Management
MARY I. HEAGNEY . . Household Arts
IVIADELINE JoHNsoN . . Household Arts
LIENEVIEVE C. AYRIGHT . Household Arts
HEBEIQ M. HAYS .... History
MARGAllE'F S. I-IILI ..., History
CTLADYS C. JACoIzsoN , , Social Science
JOHN BRINRMAN .
NELI. B. GREEN . .
JOHN J. KEHOE . .
U. H. KOERNER .
LEsLIE J. OYMARA .
JULIAN SYKES . .
THoMAs VAN SCOYAC
JOHN ZINNGRABE .
JEssiE E. :ANDERSON
KATHRYN BIILGER .
. . Printshop
. . Electric Shop
. , Auto Shop
. , VVood Shop
BIARGARET C. TQITZMILLER C1ymfSwimming
I'IEl.RN M. lx1AT'I'HEVVS
AYESLEY FOTCH . .
FRANK W. KNIGHT .
CHARLES W. PALMER
FRANK AVOUNG .
VVILLIAM RolIINsON ,
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R. O. T. C. Instructor
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It is with profound regret and sorrow that we record the passing of one of our
loved teachers, Miss lWarguerite Plummer, who died at her sisteris home near
Knightstown, Indiana, January 23, 1938. In her eight years of service at Fenger,
she had endeared herself to pupils and teachers alike. Her kindly counsel,
sympathetic understanding and ever ready wit made her much loved. Her merry
laugh for everyone in her presence, her sympathetic counsel was based on her
desire to hear both sides of any question, and her sense of fair play unerringly guided
her. She believed that doing the thing you liked best to do and doing it well was
one of the greatest things in life. Fenger faculty and students will not soon forget
her happy influence.
"I expect to pass through this world but once. Any good,
therefore, that I can do, or any kindness that I can show
to any fellow being, let me do it now, let me not neglect it
or defer it, for I shall not pass this way againf,-DRUMMOND
, . far, mm.
PROGRAKI COKIKIITTEE AIOTTO
JOSEPH XPAN HAREN The goal of yrfterday will
HELEN GILKISON bf the Jtarriug point of iomorrofw.
MOTTO COMMITTEE PAULINETUECH
CAP AND GOWN
NIXNCY JANE FISHER
Maroon and White
Lily of ihe Valley
GRADUATION PROGRAM JUNE 16, 1938
Prorfffiozzal c'XIarChe Aux Plambeaum SCOTSON-CLARK
FENGER HIGH SCHOOL CONCERT ORCHESTRA
"Star Spangled Bannerw
FENGER ITIGH SCHOOL CONCERT ORCHESTRA
Address of XAYClCOI'IfC 4A CLASS PRESIDENT
Graduate Chorus O Turn Thee From g'Gallia', J CHARLES GOUNOD
NORA SABADOR. S0l0-GRADLTATE CHORAL ENSEMBLE
Address "Looking Forward" DR. XYILBUR L. BEAUCHAMP
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
Presentation of American Legion IXIedal KO-ROBERT INICCONNACHI
Presentation of Disabled Veterans, Nfedal tOAHENRY lXilOHR
Presentation of Diplomas PRINCIPAL FREDERICK VV. SCHACHT
Farewell Song CLASS OF JUNE 1938
DR. G. HERBERT KNIGHT-fdccompanleft
Recessional "Marche Pontificalen CHARLES GOUNOD
FENGER HIGH SCHOOL CONCERT ORCHESTRA
THE HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1938
Compiled by Vernon Ilupp, Raymond Ellir, Greta Oknzan, P. Lupien
From 1934 to 1938, vast changes have altered the course of the world, nation, city, and school.
During that period, our class of more than four hundred students have beheld great changes in our
school. During the same period the people of the world have seen the map of the world made over,
science and transportation advance, and new arts and music appear. Let us consider these in our
review of the past four years.
Burnside, Curtis, and lyfount Vernon four years ago received the students with whom we are
concerned. The IVorld's Fair of 1934 was drawing to a close, but the UI willf' spirit of Chicago as
advocated by the Fair was retained by the new "freshies." That this indominatable spirit has
lived on is shown by the large honor groups, the many awards gained, the school letters earned,
and the outstanding achievements of the 4A student body.
During our first semester the Fenger football team fought its way into the City Finals and
then was defeated by Lindblom. hfany of those fellows who were spectators at this game were
to battle in the semi-finals and finals against Tilden and Austin in '36 and A37. The Curtis branch
contributed its bit in the presentation of 'fThe Chimes of Normandyl' with Dr. Knight at the baton.
In doing so a musical precedent was established which has been followed annually. The Courier
and Quill and Scroll Literary Contests drew many of the new members of the school, who meeting
with success, have continued from year to year to carry off many literary awards. In the Courier
Literary Contest Robert O'Brien, George Lockwood, Royce Bfunro, lifarie Ryan, Nfalcolm Stephen-
son, and Nicholas Vanderhfeer received recognition. A group of earnest musicians began their
musical careers in the Nfount Vernon junior band in the fall of 1934. Under Mr. Burnhamis direc-
tion, they rapidly advanced in musical ability and, upon entering the main building, joined the Senior
Band and Orchestra. Those members graduating from the band who were members of that begin-
ning hlount Vernon band are Betty Archibald,Raymond Ellis,Alvin Friedsarn, and Theresa Klaus-
ner. In the consequent contests both the orchestra and band were each awarded two excellent
In the main building they were soon initiated into the mysteries and life of an actual high
school. Sorre entered clubs, a number of the boys joined the R. O. T. C., while those boys especially
fitted tried out for the various teams, football, basketball, swimming, and wrestling. The newly
formed Girls' Cheering Section received a number of the new sophomores and, as each semester
has passed, this club has grown in numbers and importance. In the musical group many students
who progressed rapidly later, shyly sought membership in the glee clubs and choruses. Their
debut was made November 16 on radio station VV. D. when they sang with the Rfixed Chorus.
In 2A the school work took on a new and interesting aspect. New and varied courses were
open to them and thus an era of greater enjoyment and achievements began. Extra-curricular
activities and recognition of outstanding attainments in scholarship took on a new meaning for
many of the sophomores this year. The first annual Amateur Show was given with great success.
The Youth Wieek program, with a large representation of sophomores, was a great success. Our
football team and junior Basketball Five both captured the South Section Championships for'36 and
'37. The junior swimming team also took the section in I35. The year before, second rating in
the city was the award won by Coach Palmer's wrestling team, and last year they took second place
in the city, and third in the state competition.
Thus time rushed on. New clubs were formed and prizes won. The R. O. T. C. unit at
Fenger for the first time in its history became an honor school. The debaters met Hirsch, hforgan
Park NI. A., Parker, and Lane, sometimes victorious, sometimes defeated, but always undaunted.
The Stamp Club carried away all of the stamp awards each semester from the Lion's Hobby Show.
Band concerts and Orchestra Varieties shared honors with the 2nd and 3rd annual Amateur Shows.
These events became more spectacular and many of their musicians, dancers, singers, and comedians
claim membership in the '38 graduating class. The Drama Club contributed its share in the
successful presentation of "The Eyes of Tlalocw and "The Youngest."
In this same period certain students achieved other honors for themselves and their school.
john Ryan won the Lincoln Essay Contest, Charles Kiefer the Washington Essay Contest, and
George Olson the William C. Gorgas Essay Contest, Raymond Ellis and Nadia Charydchak in the
League of Nations Contest.
Four of our group, Patra Bauer, Raymond Ellis, Greta Ohman, and Sam Zafros, have kept the
record necessary to retain permanent possession of their Phorex pins, no mark below "E" for
seven semesters, while one of these, Greta, is the only tri-honor student graduating with our class.
Alvin Friedsam was elected president of the '38 chapter of the National Honor Society, to which
eighteen 4A's have been chosen. Robert McConnachie took over the duties of vice-president,
Charles Kiefer secretary, and Constance Guyatt those of treasurer.
Cffontinued on page 321
BACIEWICZ, FRANK .....,
10616 Michigan Avo.
Hall Guard: B..-LA.: OFF. Ser-'Y
BAIGR. BETTY ......
11153 South Park
Nut. Hon. Soc.: Phore-xg Quill and Scroll: Nz-ws St
8 G.A,A. Bars: Sr'i4-iirv: Forum.
BALACHUWICZ, SUPHIE . .
716 East 90th
G A.A.: 3 G.A.A. liars: Hall Guzirll:
21.3 W. 107th St.
Q Jr. Cit.: G.A..X.: Yolle-ylmll: Basketball.
BARISAS. EL1ZABl'I'I'll . . . .
10810 Hdbrookv Avv.
Ulf. Se-1-.: Phorex: G,A.A,: Frog: Volleyball: Chr-f-r
BARRIBALI.. MARION . .
HzillGuard:1Z G..-X..-X. Bars: Yolleylmll:
BASS. Fl,llRlCNC1i .... . .
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G.A.A.: 2 G.A.A, Bars: X olleyligill: Hnslactliall.
l5Al'lCR, PATRA ...,.
150 E. 111th Street
NzLt'l Hon. Soc.: Phorvx: Cour. Staff: Debaitii
liars: Jr. Cit,: Math. Club: Hull Guard.
HECIQ, Dfllilbl ,...
llnll Guard: Rin. Pres.: 2 G.A.A. liars: Jr, Cit.
ALLISON. JAAHQS ...,...
9-103 St. l.ziwi'e1im- Avi-.
10146 South Purli Avcnux-
A RDICN. RUTH ..,,..,.
10603 South Maw St,
ARQlfIl.l.A. IlUl.ORlfS JOAN . . . .
AUSTIN, ICLEANCR IRICNIC . . .
10450 So. Corliss
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ADAMS, CATHERINE ....... Commercial
109 West 103rd Place
Orch. Letter: 5 G.A.A. Hnrs: Frog: Forum: Jr. Cit.: Plectrum.
ADALXIS. RICHARD .,., Science
V ' 11429 Lowe
B.A.A.: Avm. Club: Jr. Cit.: Fencing: Club.
ADAMS. NIERLE ...... Technical
11525 Wlxllace Street
Hull Guard: 3 Sch. Letters: Baseball: 3 B.A.A. liars.
ADDl'CC1, DOATINICK ,... ...., S cience
I 11552 Wventwortll
llnll Guard: Ahxeil Chorus: B.A.A.: Basketball: Avia. Club: Jr. Cit,
ADZGOXVSKI. CIIICSTER . . . Commercial
H:1l1Guurd: 3 li.A.A. Bars: Swimming: .lr. Cit.
AIKEN, ROBERT.-X ..,..,. Science
Hull Guard: Mixed Chorus: fi C.A.A. Bars: Frog: Basketball
Stud. Libr.: Cheer. Club: Jr. Cit.g Tri-Hi-Y-Alplm,
Cour. Rf-p.: 2 B..-X.A. liars: Stamp Club: Jr. Cit.: Hall Guard: Trzxck.
ALLISON. LLOYD ...... . '1'eChniral
Hall Guard: 2 B.A.A. Bars: Jr. Cit.: Sviviu-v Club.
ALAIGREN, VERA . . , . , Colnrnercial
liull Guard: Cour. Rep.: linske-tlmll: Jr. Cit.
ANDICHSUN. DlJ1iU'1'llY . . . . . . Commervial
101 Vlfest 112th l'lm'e
3 C..A.A. Bars: Yolleylmll: Basketball: Jr. Cit.
ANDERSON. ATYRTLE ....... Commerciiil
3163 VH-st 108 Pluce 4
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Hx-X Alphzi: Avia. Club: .lr. Cit.: Spun. Club.
, , SL-if-lice
C0'lf'f'ft Bi'UlfiC 10 U.A.A. liars: Alvrinuidp Frog: Yolle-ylmll: lizxslu-Llzullg Jr. Cit.3
. . l.:irigLui,Lu-
Nut'l Hon. Soc.: Phorcxg Cour. Stull: Hull Uuxlnl: 4 U.A.A. liars: Furullll
Hall Cuurd: 2 G.A.A. IQZIFSQfill.Sl'f'lVQ:AY12l.CllllJ1.lT.Cit.QCi1PCT.
BENNETT, RONALD ..... . General Science
Red Cross Rep.: llall Guard: Fenring Club: B.A.A.
BELRGER, EDWARD ....... Technical
Glee Club: B.A.A.: Sr. Life Saxing Emb.: .lr. life Faxing limb.: Avia, Club:
Basketball Ball: Swimming: .lr. Cit.: Srience Clulz:
BERGSTROM. Ll'C11.I.E ...., Commercial
208 lvest 112th Flam-
Stud. Libr.: Hall Guard: 1 G.A.A. liar: liasketball: Volleyball:
Jr. Cit.: Drama Club,
BERGSTRUB1, RICHARD ,....,. Gem-ral Science
Cour. Staff: Phorc-x: Off. Club: N.C.U.: Sm-ience Club: Math Club: Astrnn. Club:
ll..-LA.: R.O.'1'.C.. Capt.
BERN1ER, EDVVARU ..... . Cummervial
B.A.A.: 1 B.A.A. Bar: Jr. Cit.: Hall Guard.
HERNIER, KATIIRYN ..... Commercial
4 G..-LA. Bars: Mermaid: Frog: Volleyball: Bskt. Ball: Jr. Cit.:
BERTUK, NVILLIAM ..... Commercial
527 IC. 87th Plat-e
1i.A.A.: Jr. Cit.: Math. Club.
BIEYER. TED ...... Cuxnmerm-ial
G31 E. 1ll1st Street
B.A.A.: R.0.'1'.C.: Drama Club: N.C.0.
HIRO. KATHERINE ..... Curumercial
93123 Evans Au-nue
tiff. Sew.: Drama: Jr. Cit.: 10 G.A.A. Bars: Frog: Mermaid: Yol-
leyball: liaskt. Ball.
BISHTUN, JESSIE MAE . ....... Cfunmerc-ial
11021 llarx ard Avenue
Glee Club: G.A.A.: Bskt. Ball: Yolleyl all: Jr. Cit.: Hall Guard.
BITHOS. PETER ....,... Cuinmerrial
332 li. Keiisirigtrm Avenue
Rm. Pres.: Swiinining: Hall Guard: 2 B.A.A. liars: 1 Sr-11. Letter: Jr. Cit.
Ill..-XCK. DFNCAN ...., SOL'ialSCii'i1i'e
10855 State Strz-vt
l'all Guard: R 1i.A.A. Bars: Jr. Cit.: Jr. Life- Saving: Einb.: Avia.
Club: Camera Club: Trax:-l Club.
BLITZSTEIN. I-IRWIN .... Commercial
Hall Guard l.t..: Rin. Secfy.: B.A.A.: Jr. Cit.
BLllN1Q1'1ST. ARLINIC ....... Cmniue-rf-ial
V 217 W. 112th
Hall Guard: 1 G.A.A. liar: lfrug: Yulleylzall: liskt. Ball: OIT. Ser-'y.
BUEKELOO. GRACE ..,.. Cmninervial
247 YY. 110th Place
Hall Guard: 12 G.A.A. Bars: Bskt. Ball: Volleyball: .lr. Cit. Club.
l+lOl.'l'. PEA RL
G.A.A.: Jr. Cit.:
Chorus: 1 G.A.A.
4 4-n l'un'uaUe
' ' 115-lW.A108tli I ' A N
BOMBICN, DGREEN ....... Gen. laingllagr'
Natl Hun. Sm-.: Phorex: Stamp Club: Jr. Cit.: UH. Se-ey.: 11 G.A.A. Bars:
Volleyball: Bskt. Ball.
IRON.-Xl'AR'l'E. FRANK ....
Cnur. Rep.: 2 B.A.A. liars: Baseball: Rr-d Crnss Rf-p.: Astron.
Club: Avia. Club: Jr. Cit.: Svimic-0 Club.
. . . . . . . Gen. Lang:
11008 Normal A
liar: llskt. Ball: 1ulleyball:1'rug: Jr. Cxt.
PlL!f'LI'llIll Club: Alllilf. Show: G.A.A.
ISURICR. NIARIHN . . . . .
Rm. Sfev'y.: G..X..X.: Yullvyball.
. ....... f'ununr-
llall Guard: 2 G.A.A. liars: Volleyball: llskt. Ball: Jr. Cit.
BURYCZ, .I1'l.lZ .... . . . C'un1Inv
Hall Guard: 2 G.A.A. liars: Voile-ylall: Jr. Cit.
HR.'lIDl.1iY. 1'lV1'll,YN ..... Curninc-
Phorex: Cour. Rep.: 3 G.A.A. liars: Volleyball: Jr. Cit.
BRIGHT, IRENE ....,
94011 C11f1ta.g0 Grove AVP.
D91Iilt11lg Club: Jr. C1t.g HH11GlllifdQG.1A.:A.
BRISCOIC, MARCELLA .....
46 1'1. 110t11 Pl.
Jr. Citq Drum and Bugle Corps: Amnt. 51111111 Cour.
Bskt. Bully 1 G.A.A. Bar.
ISROSIFS, EDYV.-111D .,..
10119 111119111111 Ave.
.1r. Cit.g Druma Clubg B.A.A.3 Busebzxll.
1iRUL'I1.1,ETT1C. GFNIEYERE . . .
11332 C:11u111z-1, AV1-.
Olive S1-1"y. 11111 pir'111rf-11
BROWN, THOMAS .,....
10537 Egglm-stf111 Aw-.
Cour. Repq Hall G1121I'11Q Jr. Cit.g B1lS1iEt11:ll1Q B..-LA.
1iR1'C1CR. GICURGIC .... .
500 E. 130t1l St.
ISEBNAR, IRENE .,..,
101141 51111g511111o11 St.
Dfillllilj 011. Secfy.
B1'RG1VA1.D. RICHARD . . . . .
251 YV. 10-1th Sf.
Art Clubg 13.A.A.g R.U,'1',C,3 141311c1ll21I'i1Q 3019111-v Club.
111'sHr1. EY1-11,YN ......,
an 11. 103111 Sf.
Stud. 1,1br.g Jr. Cit.
BUWALDA. EDWARD . . .
1031-1 11'1111:1r'1' St.
l5.A.A,g B:1Sketb:1l1g R U.T.C.
CA1'1111.11lNE, 1'1I.l41l'f . . . . .
Jr. CR.: 112111 Q111il1'4"1Q 2 G.A.A. Bursg Yollz-ykall.
CARLSON. ICYELYN ,,,.,
96221 Fon-st Av:-.
Cuur. R1-11.5 11i111C1ll2lI'I1Q 12 G.A.A. Bursg Bzxslu-tball.
CARLSON. I.1'CI1.I,E ....
12051 1'111rYz1r11 AVP.
Jr. Cit.g G,A.A.g 12 G.A.A. Bars.
CART.-X, CORINNIC . . ....... C11111111v1'f'iz11
Y l Y I 10742 Enlbroolu' AVC.
011. SP1"y,g H1111 Guarfig Jr. C1t.: 2 G.A.A. Bursg Basks-tlmllg Yullvylvull.
CHAMBERS, 111A URINE .,..... S1-111111111
.. . , , 11350 1121111109 St.
lr1-111-X AB1-tug R111. Prcsq Jr. Citg Syuu. Clubg 111-4-. Club: Clmor. Club
1lI'L'11.Q 3 G.A.A. Burs.
CH.-XRD. IRIS ....... C11m1111-1'c'ia1
Jr. Cit.g 1'1il11C11l2LI'f1Q 2 G.A,.A. Barsg Yolloyball.
C'11ARY17CHAli, NADIA . ,.,... . I.1111g111nge
Y 7230 VVc111r1l11w11 Avef.
Rvws 3111115 1'11c1rexg 191-110. Clubg 11 G.A.A. Bursg Jr. C1125 '11T1lX'P1Cl1l1JQ f1i!H16T7l Clubg
CHIARODU, ANDRENY . .,..,. T0c'1111if'f11
10610 S. B114'1l1g'1lI1 AVP.
1"ootl11111g Rm. Pn-s.g S011-111te Clubg 1J:lSQ1JZ11lQ fi Svh. 1,ettvrsg 2 15.A.A. liursg
110151111112 Clubg Jr. Cit,
CHIEF. OLGA ....,,. CUI11111:-11-1111
51 VY. 10-1 131.
Plmrefxg 011. Ser-'y.g 8 G.A.A. Bars: liskt. 1111113 Yo11ey111111gJ1-, Cit.
C1'1I1'1'.-KH, ANTHONY . . . . . . S1'iv11t'e-
I 10717 1114112111211 Ave.
111111 Gu11r113 11.x1..-1.2 Avm. Club: Sp-19111-v Club.
CHIIDZIKIEVVICZ, STELLA . ..... Cp1111111vrc'i111
4 12043 11'1111:1r'e' Sf.
119,11f1l1Zl1'l1Q 1X11Xf'I1ChCDF.Q8 G..'1..-x.111lFSQ Yr111Pyl11111gBskt.I5z111gO1'1'.Suc'y.g
Sturl. I.i1Jr.g Jr. Cin.
CLANCY, ANNA MAE . . . . Cl1111Il1lJFC1il1
12030 1,11 Sulls- St.
111111 Guardg 2 G.A.A. Barsg Volle-yb1111g Jr. Cit.g 3010111-cl Cl11b.
111111 6111311111 11111. Prvsg 3 1i.A.A. liars: Teunisg Jr. City
l'l1c1rex3 G1ec- Clubg 23 G.A.A. liursg Nolloylrullg 11S11t.
H1111 Guarrlg 2 G.A.A. 1511rsg Iislct. 1311113 Yollvylmllg C11l'l'F. Clubg
BULT. CHARLICS ..,.,.... C11111111f2r1'i:11
Eshc-rs C111113 Off. C1u11g N,C.41, Clubg Jr. Cit.g 111111 Q1llilI'l1Q fl B.A.A.B:11'sg 2 F1'1l.
131'11'1', 11UB1C11T ........ Cc1111me-!'r'1:11
11638 Farm-11 Aw-.
011. C11111Q I's11vrs Clubg 112 11..-XA. Bursg 3 S1-11. Le-ttersg 111111 Cuzxrfl 1.t.g
N.0.C. Clubg .lr. City Axim. Cl11b.
BURCII. 1'l11BE11'1' . . . . 5K'141l1l'E'
11208 111111111121 Av!-.
1111115 1111. Sf-Ny.:
CLARK. IDA MAY .....,,.. I.un,quagr-1
317 XY:-st 108 St.
Nat'l Honor Soc.: Cour. Staff: Stamp Club: Forum: D:-lmting Club: 3 G..-MA. Bars:
CLIFFORD. lfli A NCIS ....... Crumnercizxl
108 1V9St 114 St,
lim. Se-Q'y,: Hn-lx.: Amat. Hlmw: 3 B.A.A. liars: 2 Sr-lx. I.:-th-rs: Track:
CUNRAD. ROBEIVI' ..... Commercial
11329 Yvulluve- NK,
Ii.0.'I'.C.: I'shPrS Club: N.C.O.: Hull Gunrfl I.t.: li.A.A.: Drama
CHNTI. XYILLIABI . .... . Curxxllwrvial
710 I'l:lSt 03 St.
Jr. Cit. Club: Hull Guurcl.
COOPER. EMMA ........ Comme-rf'iul
42 East 103 I'l.
I'lmre-ug: Nc-ws Stull: Debating Club: Astron. Club: 13 G.A.A. liars: Bskt.
CIIAYVFURD. DOI'Gl.AS ' .,... Kr:-lrite-Oturzxl
2-IS WY-st 104 l'l.
Rm. Pre-S.: 2 B.A.A. liars: 2 Fr-lx. l.1-tt:-rs: Swimruiugg Clmum-l
Swim: Arr-b. Club.
CI'li'l'IS. ELEANUR ,..,. . . Culmllf-rl-iul
1060-1 l.uugle-V Avv.
Chorus I.n-ttvr: 15 G.A.A. Bars: FTIJQZQ Cllr-1-r. Club: Drum :mfl Iiuglv Curpsq .Ir. Cir.:
CXVIAN, MIl,l.II'I ..... . IAIIIQIIZIQK'
1125 P35103 St,
Plmrex: Hall Guurrl: 3 G.A,A. liars: Jr. Cit.: 'l'r:1u-l Club.
CZYZ. .II'l.IA I.HI'ISIC ...., CfllllIllPI'L'l2ll
1011 Exist 00 St,
Plmrvx: Cour. Re-p.: 5 G.A.A. Bars: lie-ml Cross Help.: Ulf. SPFAYI
CZIQIUYUNKA. STICYIC , .,.. . Crm
10601 Chzuuplaiu Avo.
Cour. II1-p.: Orch.: Amxlt. Show: Ii.A,A.: .It. Cit.
DAHLBILRG. l.Il.I.IAN ...... Crm
430 XYe'St 111 St.
llnll Gunrfl: G.A.A.: Yullc-yl ull: Dmum Club: .lr. Cit.: Spanish Club.
DAIIl.STIIOA1. RUIilClI'I' . .
Qzwyw. 1415 sr.
Plmrr-x: I"url11n: BIz1tb. Club: Svis-m'vCll1lv.
IDAIILSTROM, WICIINICR .... , .
1237 W. 1056 Pl.
Hull Clualrcl l.t.: Zi Ii.A,.X. liars: Aviu. Club: Jr. Cir.: X1:u'runi Club: Svivxxvl-
DIC BULK. MARY .... . Fun
Plmrrfx: lim, Sm-c"y: 1 G..X.A. liur: .lr. Cit.: Sz-ivlwv Club.
DI'Ililil1IZIiNI. ANNIC . . . Cum
Plunre-x: Hull Guzml: C4.ur. Rep.: G.A.A.
DE HA A N, WI LLIAB1 ......
El-122 V1-rurm AX I-.
Hall Guurllg 2 l5.A.A. Bars: X1-ws Staff: .Ir. Cit.: Bowling Club.
DICIQKICR. HICXRY .....
.Z li.A.A. Bars: Iizlsluftlrull lIg1r.: .lr. C lt,
DFIKKICR. WII.BI'Il . . .
4.37 W. 10-1 St.
lI1lllGu1ml: U.A.A.: 11.1 l.'l'.f'.: Forum: N.f'.H. Club:
DE MARIA. CI JRDICLIA .....
Urvll. X 11
11210 I.:1uul1-y .XX 1-'.
IJICN BIQSTEN. lilCliAl.D ....
V 0.7! W, 117 Pl.
r.: B.A..X.: li.H.I.C.:Ifuruu1:Jr,C1t.: N.f',U.f'lub:
DEXNICY. BIYIi'I'I.Il . . .
10740 l-'ure-st Ax 41.
Cuur, Stull: Cl.A.A.: Yullwylfalllg Bskt. Iiullg Mzltlx.
Club: Stauup Club.
DENNIS. WILLIAM ....,.
1062-1 l.nx1:1lvy Au-.
llnll Gualrfl: lim. I'rf1s.:2 Svlm. lmttr-rs: I-'fmtlmllg 1Yrestliug1.
I71-JYHVNG. liAliliY ....
53 W1-st 107 St.
DEYHFNC1. .IIZNXIIC . . .
.33 W. 110111,
s 11-rs Club.
Phare-x: Hull Guurrl: Rm. Sufy: 4 G.A.A. liars: Yullz-ylmll: UH.
SPc'y: Jr. Cit.
ERICKSON, DONALD ........
10141 Michigan Ave.
B.A.A.: Channel Swim.: Avia. Club: Fencing Club.
ERICKSUN. l'I1'GENE .......
11337 Yule Ava-.
DIGIRULAMO, YALIA .......
10501 Edbrooke Ave.
lIullGuurc1: Rm. Pres.: G.A.A.: Volleyball: OH. Sec'y: Jr. Cit.
1211 W, 108th'Pl. '
Hi1llGl13fdQ 2 B.A.A. liars: R.O.T.C.: Jr. Cit.
DOBDA, JOHN ....
11357 Langley Ave-.
Hall Guard: B.A.A.: Avia. Club: Jr. Cit.
ALA, GENEYIEVE . . . Y .
12211 Whllace St.
G.A.A.: 1 G.A.A. Bar: Bzlsketbnllg Jr. Cit.
DONHAM, MARGARET .....
11516 Front St.
Phorex: lNIixed Chorus: 13 G.A.A. Bars: Sell. Letter:
Club: Jr. Cit.: Tri-Hi-Y Beta.
DOUGLAS, ANNA LOUISE . . .
9548 SO. L3 Salle St.
G.A.A.: Jr. Cit.
M. RUTH ......
321 VV. 102nd St.
liztncl: Orch.: G.A A.: 2 Bars: Frog: Jr. Cit.
Nat'l Honor Som-.: Cour. Staff: Mayors Cub.: Phorexg 13 B..X.A liars:
Basketball: R.l7.'l'.C. Capt.: OFF. Club: N.C.O, Club.
I-IRICKSUN, XVALTER ..... Cuinlncrciul
12 li. 113th St.
Rin. Pres.: Cour. Rep.: B,A.A.: 4 liars: Swim.: Off. Sec'y
EVANS, MARJURIIC ........
11726 Eggleston Avo.
News Staff: Rm. Svc-'y: C-.A.A.: 2 Bars: Hall Guard: Drznna Club: Astron. Club.
FABUR, ANNA ...... . Coxnxns-racial
228 NV 103ml l'l.
Hull Guard: Rm. Serfyg OH. Secfy.
FARON, EDBIUND .....
70 I' 118 Pl
11.. 5. .
Baseball: Bskt. Ball: B.A.A.: G Bars: S Sch. Letter: Jr. Cit.: Rm.
FEDOR. GWENDULYN .....
12021 Stewart Ave.
Jr Cit.: G.A.A.: 1 Bar: Volleyball: Bskt. Ball: Astron. Club: HallGu:1rd.
FEINSTEIN, FANNIE ....
10226 La Salle St.
OH. Socfy: Drunm Club: G.A.A.: Hall Guard.
FENNICLL. WILMA . ....
650 E. 70th St
Rrn Pres : Jr Cit.: G.A.A.: Volleyball: Bskt. Bull: F
FIALKOWSKI, JEANI4I'l'TE . . .
11924 Perry Ave. A
Rm. l'res,: G.A.A.: 1 Bur: Jr. Cit.: Feneing Club.
FIAMENGHI. RENA . . . . .
120 W. 116th St.
G.A.A.: Jr. Cit.: llnll Guard: Volleyball. .
FIICLDS, NORRIS . .
11917 Nornml Ave.
Swim.: N.C.H. Club: Rrn. Sev'y: Hull Guard: B.A.A.
FINNELL, KAY .........
27 E. 124 St.
News Staff: Basketball: Nlnreoni Club: Debnt. Club: .lr. Cit.: Hall Gua
Bar: Jr. Life Suv. limb.
FISHER. NANCY JANE
505 W. 108th St.
rd: I li.A.A.
Phnrex: llull Guard: Glee Club: -1 G.A.A. Bars: Jr. Life Suv. Iiinb.: Mer-
maid: Cheer. Club: Tri-Hi-Y Alpha.
FIS!-IICR. ROY . ....
1 W. 112th Pl.
Stud. Libr.: Cheer.
ELLIS, .RAYMOND ......
10116 Lowe Ave.
Nat'l Honor Soc.: Phorox: Orch. Let.: R.O.T.C. l'l2lllllACI7I'D.Q Debat. Club:
Sci. Club: N.C.O. Club: Astron. Club.
ELSASSER, FRED . . . Sc-ience
11346 Forest Av:-.
B.A.A.: -1 B.A.A. Bars.
llall Guard: Rm. Pres.: 1 B.A.A. Bur: 1 Sch. Letter: liusvlmnll:
L -Y , W V W
GOICBIG, JAMES . . . .
Jr Cit :N.C.O. Club: BA A.: I1ullGuard.
GOI'I'l'Z. ROBERT . .
Bskt. Bull: B..-X..-X.: Svierxcc Club: IX1
G1 ULLNICK. ALZADA
. . Connnercial
. .... SK'I6'11L'l'
nth. Club: Jr. Cir.: Fornfert Band?
. . . . , H. Arts
0737 Prairie A ve,
bturl. 1.1br.: llull Guard:
liOS1'OD.-Xlilili. MARIE . , .
.lr. Cit.: G.A.A.: 2 G..-XA. liars.
.: Jr Cit.
liusketball: Yolleybnll: G..-XA
' 11628-Stat.e.St. ' '
Cour. Rep.: G.A.A.: Volleyball: Hskt. Ball: Hall Guard.
GRAVANDI-IR. GEORGE . .... Sr-in-m-e
11208 Indiana Ave.
Plmrex: Rm. Pres.: Football: Hal1Gn:1r1l: B..-LA.: Fnruxng Math.
GRAVENS'I'l7K, GEORGE ...... . Fuiernw-
225 VV1-st 107 Pl.
Hall Guard: 2 B.A.A. Bars: Bowling Team: Astron. Club: Jr. Cit.
GR.-XYICF. HEL1-LN .,... , Colnlnerriul
News Stuff: Phorex: Stump Club:
Fourier Rep.: G..-LA.: Y.
GRIZZ, VIRGINIA ....
Rm. Secretary: 13 G. A .A liars: Volleylm
GROSS. CHARLES . .
H11llG1111rd:Rn1. Pres.: Orch.: BA..-X.
GRIJZDIS, TED .
Jr. Cit.: Astron. Club: llull Guard: 2
1.11-I , . . . CJKIIIIXIN-'I'l'l11l
136 Emerald Ave.
mllr-yball: Buskf-tbanll: Jr, Cit.
. . . . . c1OIIll1IE'TI'12!l
ll: Bskt. Ball: Jr. Cit.
. . . Svielnw-
1554 East so sm, ' '
S4-l1. Letter: llnll Guard: fi UAA. Bars: .lr. Life Szn'i11g Iimblemg
Channel Swirn.: Swimxnin
GITDAS. VAl.I4IIiIl-I ....
. . . . . Com1ner1'i:1l
10604 Edbrooke Ave.
G X X liar Hall C unrml
Rm. Pres.: l'l1orc-xg 1 '..' . : S 1
Gl'S'l'AFSON, I1AliOI,1J .
: Jr. Cit.: Basketball.
. ..... fSeiem-1-
A 11917 Lowe Ave,
Ilall Guard: Orch. Anmt. Show: 2 13.A.A. Bars: Jr. Cit.: Suinxwe Club
GL'YA'l"l'. CONSTANCIC . . . General Scienm-
Nat'l Hon. Suv.: Cour.
Sn-1. Club: lim. Pres.: Ch
10.527 Sangzunon I
Stuff: Phorex: OH, S1-Ky: St:1.1np Club:
1-er. Club: Art Club: Jr. Cit.
FISKIC, RUSSEL1, ...,...... Sffivlxur
18 East 111th Pl. Y
ff: 23 B.A..-MH-ars: 6 Seh. Letters: Baseball: Football: SWVIHIIIIIIIQQ VVrestling.
FORSBERG. NVICRNER .... Seierwe
10831 Indiana A ve.
Rm. Pres.: Courier Rep.: 3 B.A.A. Bars: Jr. Cit.
FORTIC, JOHN ..,. COU1111PTl'lill
H1231 Dobson Ave.
Hall Guard Lt.: BAA.
FRIBERG, DORIS . ....... CO1I1lll?'l'1'11LI
250 W1-st 110 St.
Phorex: llall Guard: Off. Sem-'y: 2 G.A..-X. Bars: Volleyball: Bskt. Bull.
FRIEDMAN. FLORENCE ...... S1-1e1n-1
11041 So. Park Ave. V
Amateur Shows: 16 G.A.A. Bars: Sch. Letter: Chevron: Sr. Life Saving
1'1l'Il1ll9II1Q Jr. Life Saving Emblem: Fenger News Staff: 111-'th-r Girls' Club.
FRIICDSAKI, ALVIN ....., Self-1n'e
540 1119511 103 St.
Nafl Honor Soc.: Phorf-x: News MMT: Ilf1:lCE1".S Club: Mayors Cab-
inet: 1i.O.'I'.C. Band: Trurk: 3 B.A.A. Bars: Anmt. Show.
GASPERI, ARTHYR ..... Cornmerr-iul
1143-I So. Park .-Xve.
Jr. Cit.: 4 H..-LA. Bars: line:-ball.
GILKISON. H1'1l.IQN ..,.... Connrxervlaxl
10417 Wabash Ave
Amut Show: -I G.A..-X. Bars: Frog: Fencing: Club: Volleyball: Basketball.
GLADSTOXE. MELVIN . . . . S1-iz-nee
13750 1.eVcll-n Ave.
Forum: S1-ience Cl11b: li .-LA.: R1n.Sf-vretary.
JANIQOVIC. LILLI.-KN .....
JOHNSON. DANUCI A...,.. . .
10518 Cnrliss Ave.
HnllGn1mig G..-X..-X.: 2 G.A..-X. Bars: Jr. Cit.
JIENNINGS. 51.-XRTH.-X .... . . Cuininorvizll
10136 Prosper-t Avi-.
Rin. Pre-s.: Rin. Sify: Astrnn. Club: GA..-X.: Oil. S4-1-'y.
JOHNSON. BETTY ...,., llaiiigrlmgv
63211 1112 St,
Ttllifl. l,ibr.:Jr.Cit.:ll:1llGuz1rrl:1G..X.A. H:1r:Yull1-ylmnll:
123051 l'rlm'e'trm Avo.
1'lwi'r'x: Hin, Sei-'y: linslu-tlmll: Alunt, Nlmw: Orr-li. 1:1115 Fnotlmll 'l'ic'l.vt Xlgr.:
Fr'n1'. Club: l3.A.A.
JOHNSON, ll.'XliliY ....... lmiilgliuglse
1105533 llzirnz-ll Avi-.
News Stall: Quill 8 Scroll: llzlll Uuurzl: Ulf. Club: N.C.fl. Club: BMX.,-X.:
Klvrlill Press Conf.
JOHNSON. KENNl'l'l'll ..... Scienve-
116 XV. 110 St.
Rm. Pros.: Hall Gunril l.t.: Jr. Cit.g Ji ILA..-X. Bars: linslwtlnall.
l0Nll'1C. JOSEPHINIC .,..... l.:m,Qfuage-
105Il3 Corliss AYP.
Plurrox: Hall Guard: 1 G,.X..X, Bar: Ynlli-ylrnillg Bzrski-tlmll: Jr. Cit.
JONIKAITIS, JULIUS ...,... Cuininercial
1075513 liflbrooke Av:-.
Phorex: Marconi Club: B..'X..X.: llzill Guard: D1-bnting Club.
JVGIN. HICLICN ...... Cu1ni1u'rf'i:1l
515119 Wlxocllnwn Ave.
Phorvx: 15 G.A.A. liars: Volleyball: Iiskt. Ball: FL-n1'in,q Club:
Jr. Cit,g lI11llGuarcl.
HAN.-XCllI'llQ, HELEN .... ,. . . . CAllllI1l4'Fl'l:1l
V I .32 East 11112 sn
Phorex: Cnur. Staff: Imttvr Q1lY'lF Club: 1 Sr-li. Le-tts-r: 12 GA..-X. Bars: Buskr-tbrill:
lrl.-XW'KYSZKl'lW'. MICHAEL . . , Crnnnwrcial
Ainut. Show: BAA.: Z5 B.A.A. 132ll'SQSWlII1.
H.-XYFUR. XYII.l.IABI ...... Svir-:ire
UN22 Forvst Avv.
Plmre-x: ll.1llGu:1rf1g Rin. l'rc1s,:4 B.A..X, Nurs: Jr. Cit.
HFIERICINJA, ICGBERT . .
, 30 10 ll
Sf'1.Cl1l1JQ1'l0Y'llITlQ.lI'. Cit.: -l li..,X..-X. Bars: llull Guard.
1llil.l.ING,-X. 31.11111 IN
. . . . Cinninvrviiil
Mix:-1lChorus: I-'11lIGu.m1: Yfmllvylmll: Bskt. Bull: .Xrt Club: Jr. Cit.: .-Xinut.
HENDERSON. BIYHL ..... Cuinnu-rvizil
3'5" J '9s1'l
1 lnust 8.' .
Chorus lmttr-r: Debating Club: News R1-p.: Hall Guard: Drzuml
HIGGINS, KUSSEL ......., Ge-nernl Sriuinmr
'32 YY. 1141
News StulyI':Cl1'11l1 Vp Czunp. Mgr.: Hi-Y: Ur:-li.: Re-rl Cross Rc-p.: HnllG1::1r-:lg Urzxruu
Club: B..-X.,-X.: Sri. Club.
IEINTUN. CI.Il7lfIJRD ...... Svic-n1'e
111015 l':1rnc-ll AVP.
Cnur. StntT: 2 li..'X..X. Nurs: 1 Sc-li. lvtter: Capt. Clu-4-1'-lf-fnrlerg Nvws Stull:
HOFSTR .-X, W A LTER .
. V, . . Svivilre-
7 W. 10-1 St.
Bzxselmllg l"nutl::lll: Swiin.: Wrestling: 4 Sc-li. I.e-ttcrs: 1211 li..X,A.
Bars: Cnur. lic-p.
HONKKJSKI, FRANK . .
620 li, NS
Phorex: Rin. Pri-S.: Rm. Sc-Ny: .Ir. Cit.: 3 l5,.X..'X. liars.
l14JX'I,.-KND. l7II'7Y'1'li li .
11744 l':xrns-ll Avv.
Plmrvx: ti GAA. Nurs: Frog: He-rnmillt l-'nrun1: Jr. Cit.:
10127 l.:1f:1ye'tt1- .Xu-.
4.-X Clnss l'r4'S.: News Nt:1l'l': Quill K' Svroll: lN:it'l llvnur Suv.:
Plmrex: X ll.A.A. Bars: l"urun1g Sci. Club: Us-lmtli l l
HYLANIJICR. JOHN . ,
Il.IlxA, JUF . .
' ig C n 1.
lim. Pre-S.: LZ li..X.A.l31l1'SQ.XX12l.Cll1l'Q-ll'.Cl .
. . . . . Sm-ivnse
llllrlll Xulv AVE.
lfrnotluiill: Tennis: 1Yrr-stlingf: 6 B,A..N. liars: 3 Srli. l,e-tiers: Sr, I.if1- Fav.
limb.: Jr. l.if0 Suv. lfinlr.: Dvlrnling Club.
JAMIE. GILXCIC . --, v . . Cmnnzvrm-izrl
111-st 109 ht.
Rm. Sm-'y: Tri-l:li-Y l'4-tai: Stiunp Club: Jr. Cit.: Bunk:-tlrull:
' C -X -X Bu
Off. Se-Ny: fi I.. ..
ll'llASZ. lCI.B11CR ...... Comxm-rr-ial
916 VW-st 119th St.
2 Sm-h. I.:-tt:-rsg B.A.A,g 1 B.A.A. Bur: Bass-lmll.
liI'1l.lSl IWSKI. JOHN ..., .
KAYECKIS, LOUISE . ...... Comnierciril
10605 lixllxrucmkz- AVO.
Pliuri-xg Jr. Cit.g 4 G.A.A. Bnrsg Yullvylziillg liskt. Bzillg Frog.
KEKIJT, ID.A ...,... Comiuvrcizil
fi-10 l'l. U1 Si.
Phorexg Rm. Pre-fs.g 4 G.A.A. liars: Bla-rnmiilg Frogg Yollcylmllg
Bskt. Bally Clie-r-r. Clulm.
9404 Culliinvt Aw-.
li I l'1l"l'R . C HA ll LES ........,
KENNEDY. JEAN ...,. Scie-m'e
91209 luiivvrsity Auf.
llnll Guzirmlg Rm. Serfyg 4. G AA. liairsg Jr. Cit.
IQENVVORTHY, 1'1AliUl.D ..... SI'iviic'z-
105317 Yvrmm Av:-.
Trarkg Nlixc-Ll Chin.: 2 Sch. l.c-tt:-rsg 20 l5.A.A. Bars: Footlmllg
Swimming: Drumzx Clubg Hull Guzirnl.
1 1156 Nurmzil Av:-.
N2it'l Hon. Sunny Cour. Staff, Soc-. Orvh. 1,4-:ulc-rg Cmim-rt liiuirlg K.O.'l'.C. Bzuulg
N.C.U, Clulig Cuur. Rep.
li1ICliADI.O, PEART ,....... liiiiglizigzm-
106115 lnmliiinxx Aw-.
Auiut. Sliuwg Rm. Sen-'yg 5 G.A.A. linrsg Clu-4-r. Clulmg Jr. Cit.g Hall Guard.
KIRSCH, 1Y1l.l.1AK1 ..., Sciviivc
IUSIJRS l'rz1iri4- Aw-.
lil.Al'SNlCR. THICRIQSA ....... . Cummerf-ixil
66 XY. 10.3 St.
f'1ms'vrtl5:mclgUr1'l1.g11 G.A.A.1511rS3 1 Svli. l.e'tt4'r1 lislxt, 1S1ill.g Jr. Cit QH1illC1ll3TCl.
KUYACS, ROSE MARIE . . . . Cuimnerc-iul
662 YY. 117 51.
Ampellu Choirg Mixed Chung 5 l3..X.A. liars: lf:-Ugg Bznske-tlmllg Cliver.
Clulmg Jr. Citg Amat. Show.
KUWALESIK, ANDREW .... . 'l'Pc'linimil
1070 lf. UU Si.
llnll Guarclg 2 B.A.A. liars: lizxse-lmllg Arm-li. Clubg .lr. Cit.
lill.XI.. Jl'l.lA .,..... . Cmiiixiervizil
l'liurs-xg llnll Guqirilg 3 G.A.A. Bursg Yl:ll+-yl:ullg.1r.Fit.
KICAXZKY. lfST1'11.l.1Q . . . . General IAIIIHYIAIQI4'
171-ugzf-r News Stull: Tri-l'li-Y .Xlplmg llaill Cluzuwlg 1 U.A.A. Bur: Yfmllvylmllg
liuskvtlmull: Jr. Cit.
KRHS. JUHANNA ...... Cnmmvrviail
fill! 1Y. 110 lll.
Plinrexg 3 G..-X..-X. liursq Ynllz-ylmllg ll:islu-tlinllg UH. 51-1-'yy Jr. Cit.
KUBINSKI, Sl ?I'Hll'l ..,..... l'lm1s4-lmlrl Arts
132 XV. 118 St.
Sturl. l.ilmr.g llzill Guzmlg .lr. Cit.g 2 G.A.A. Bars: Vollvylmllg lizxslwtlmll.
KVCZWAIIA. .Il-INNIl-I .,..... CK!lllIlll'l'l'1Ill
HIT. Sc-r"y3 G.A..-Lg 12 G.A.A. lhirsg Buske-tballg Jr. Cit.
Kl'l.CllAli. Al.l'lX . . . . Cu-in-rail N'le-1111
.319 E. 92 St.
li.A.A. llc-pg Avia. Clulvg Jr. City Srfiviiw- Clulwg 171-mx Clulr.
9043 lillis AVL-.
H1111 Guurclg B,-X.A.g1Z ILA A. liursg liuselmll.
l,AIJISl.AS, I.lll lb ....,.. lm-4'lmlm':il
704 Heist 112 St.
AYrr-stliligg Srli. l,m-th-rg 51-14-iivv Club: Aviufirm Clulvg Astron, Clulxg Hull
Culrrl' li X X
l,ANGl3U. JEAN ...... Cmiiliu-rt-izil
llull Guarxlg 4 U.A.A. Bzirsg Noll:-yluullg linskc-tlmllg 011. hm-y
I1-'1l'l'Il'l, 1YAl.'l'l'lll . .... Sm-, S4-if-mc
1121-15 lmwf-' AVP.
B-A.A :Sc-im-111-11 Clulrgl li.A,.X. liar.
l.A1Ylil'lNCl'l. Rl"l'll ....... Sm-. Sr-i4-in-+
Tinle-3' Park. lll.
llull Guzxrmlg G.A.A,Q lh-fl Cross Rvpg Avia. Clul1g.lr. Cir.
l.l'lGG, l5l'lli'l'HN . . . . lim-nvml Sm-ic-nm
7 5348 Su. l.af'lir1 Ave-,
N:it'l llrmur Sm-.5 Plirirslxg Rm. Pre-s.g Hr:-li:-strng Alix:-il Clmrus
LENZEN, BEATRICE ........ Commercial
11140 Vernon Ave.
Phorex: Courier Staff: Tri-Hi.Y Beta: Drama Club: 3 G. A. A. Bars: Jr. Cit.: Basket
ball: Frog: Orch.
LEUR, .IOHANNA ....... Language
33 East 103 St.
Stud. Libr.' 12 CA A. Bars' Sr Life Sax' lfmb. ir. Iife S X
n ',4 1.., ., . - .4 g. . a'.Emb.:Mer-
maid: Tri-Hi-Y Alpha: Basketball: Jr. Cit.: Chor. Letter.
LIQNBERG, GLADYS ..,,, Commercial
10756 State St.
llall Guard Lt.: G.A.A.: Pler. Club: Orch. Varieties.
LOCKNVOOD. GEORGE ........ Language
824 E. 88191.
Mayors Cab.: Cour. Staff: Quill K Scroll: Nat'l Honor Soc.: Phorcx: Track: Hi-Y
Letter: Debating Club: 1 Sch. Letter: News Staff.
LOFRANDO ANTHONY ..... , Technical
147 Kensington Avc.
3 B.A A Bars: 1 Sch Letter: Camera Club.
LOGULLU, NIARY .... . Commercial
K 9243 Ellis Ave.
Jr. Cit.: Rm. Serfy: Hall Guard: G.A.A.
LOWACK, LEONA ........, commemiai
265 VY. 104 St.
Hrll Guard: 5 G. A: A. Bars: Volleyball: Basketball. Drum K Bugle Corps:
LUCAS, DAN .......,. Science
2 B.A.A. Bars: R.O.'l'.C.: Rifle Team: Monkey Drill: N.C.O. Club: Off. Club.
LUDVIGSON, RAYMOND AFDREVV . . Commercial
47 17.100 St
Hall Guard: 4 B.A.A. Bars: Tennis: Jr. Cit.: Bowling Team.
MALACHESEN, BERNICE .
LUISI: VERONICA ......... Commercial
11959 Normal Ave.
1 G.A.A. Bar: Basketball: Volleyball: Debating Club: Drama Club.
LUND: BARBARA RUTH ....,. Commercial
26 East 84 St.
Cour. Staff: Tri'Hi-Y Beta: Cheer. Club: Jr. Cit. Club: 1 G.A.A Bar.
LUNDAHL, GRETA ..... Commercial
6 East 112 Pl.
Rm. Pres.: 2 G.A.A. Bars: Volleyball: Basketball: Off. Sec'y:
LUPIEN, PEARL ......... Language
1 1316 Normal Ave.
News Staff: Nat'l Honor Soc.: Quill dz Scroll: Phorex: D.A.R, Award: N.S.P.A. Conv.:
Forum: Math. Club: Bskt. Ball.
LUTES: DONALD ........ Science
11918 La Salle St.
Swim.: Jr. Cit.: Jr. Life Sav. Emb.: Rm. Pres.: Hall Guard: Red Cross
Rep.: Sei. Club.
MADDEROM, HENRI ...... Science
617 E. 88 St.
Rm. Pres.: 1 B.A.A. Bar: 1 Sch. Letter: Avia, Club: Jr. Cit.: Science
Club: Fenc. Club.
MADSEN, LA VERNE ........ Cornmercia.
9307 Eberhart Ave.
Orch.: Jr. Cit.: Pleutrum Club: Bskt Ball: Volleyball: 1 G.A.A. Bar: Frog.
MAGNABOSCO, VALERIO , . . Commercial
11436 Forestvillc Ave.
B A.A.: Debating Club: Hall Guard: Jr, Cit.
NTAGRANI, GRACE . . Language
727 89'St, '
Hall Guard: Rm. Sec'y: 3 G.A.A. Bars: Forum: Jr. Cit.
. . . Commercial
523 E. S8 Pl.
Phorex: 4 G.A.A. Bars: Jr. Cit. Club: Frog.
MARWICK, ALFRED ...,..
11256 Eggleston Ave.
3 Sch. Letters: Baseball: Basketball: News Staff: Hall Guard: B.A.A.
MASIER, EDVVARD . .... Commercial
318 WJ. 116 St.
Sch. Letter: Baseball: B.A.A.: Hall Guard: Concert Band: Jr. Cit,
M.-XSSAR1,Q,PRIlN1O ......... Technical
19 103 St.
Hall Guard Lt.: Rm. Pres.: 3 B A.A. Bars: Football: Golf: Avia. Club: Jr. Cit.
lNIATHlESON. EVELYN . . . . Commercial
8742 Indiana Ave.
Phorex: News Staff: Rm. Pres.: G.A.A.: Frog.: Literati.
6617 Drcxel Ave.
Plectrum Club: Aviation Club: Jr. Cit.: B.A.A.: Hall Guard.
MEHOK, LOIIISIC ..... . .
11511 linu-ralcl Aw-.
G..-X..-X.: Yullr-'ylJall: liaslu-ftball: Jr. Cif,
MICSKAPSIQIS. YICIIA ..,..
11515 Stahl St.
llall Guard: G.A..fX.: Iflasks-tl1zlll:Ull'. Sf-Ny: Jr. CII.
BIICSK.-Xl'Sli.-XS. YIRGINIA . .
10021 Mlabasll Au-.
l,llUl'f'XQ G..'X..X.: Yullvylrall: ar. Cit.
MICH VIDA. RAYMI DXD ,......
11223 171915111-Stull Au-2.
.lr.C1t,, Sm. Club: Cour. llvp.: Ii li.A.A. liars: Zi l.e-tu-rs: llall Gu
MILLER. ICl.lC.-XXIII! ..,..,
12141 lriuvvtnn AY:-.
MCBROUM, ALlilCll'l'A ........ Commercia
049 NV. 103 St.
News Staff: Phorvx: Drama Club: Che-er. Club: 1jl'hH1l1lLZ Club: 3 G.A.A. Bars:
Vmlleyball: llaskt. liall.
McCAFl"l'Ill'l'Y, ICD ' ' ..,...
I l H , Language
10723 So. I ark Ave.
Astrun. Club: .lr. Cit.: Hall Guard: G.A.A.: Fe-uc-ing Club.
Hall G ua
IV1rfCAF1"lC1l'1'Y, JOHN , . .
10723 Hu. Park Ave.
'l'rac'k: Rm. Prr-s.: Fvru-ing Club: Jr. Cit.: Sri. Club: A
MA NFK JRD .... .
10030 Champlain A V4-.
nl: lim. Pr:-s.: 1 l'l.A.A. liar: Jr. Cit.
McCI.l'll.U, WILLIAM .,...
68 W. 113 St.
Hall Guard: N.C.U. Club: Tribune Award: OH. Club.
Mr:CUNNACl1IIC, IIOISICRT . .
311 W. 111 Pl.
Cour. Stall: Y1x59llll1SQ Naffl Honor Suv.: Phurc-x: B,A
Club: Sr-i. Club: Ili-Y: Math. Club.
W ILSON . . .,... .
217 VV. 104 St.
Hall Guard: 2 Sch. Lf-tters: Sr. Life Suv. 1Cn1b,g .Ir. Life- Nav. limb.: Baseball: Baskt.
NICGLUNIC, JACK ........ Svience
12014 l,rim'vtmi Ave.
Jr. Cit.: Sc-i. Club: Baseball: 1 S1-h. Lettvr: 3 B.A.A. llars: Hal
Rin. Pres.: Cour, Hep.: Hall Guard: Y1.lle-yball: liaslxviliallgU,.'1..-X.: Jr. Cit.
MILLER. M A RCA R ICT ..... Cmnmervial
10010 l'rim'r-ton Ave.
Drum and Bu lv Corrs' 1 G A -X Bar: liaslxt. Bill Mmllul All
. Q I , .. .. .
Chver. Club: llall Guard: Uri-li. Var.
MILL1-IR. 1YII.I.IAIX1 ......... Crrnllm-r4'ial
117 W. 109 Pl.
Plwrex: 3 li..-MA. Bars: 1 S4-li. Lettf-r: Fuutbull: Wre-stling: .Xstrruunny Club: Jr. Cu.:
UH. Club: Vsbers Club.
MILLION. SHIRLI-IY ..... . S4-ia-:uw
11148 12515111-Stull Ax 0.
l'liurPx: Hall Guarcl: G..-X,.'X.: Mgr, Fuwtball Tim-kv! Sala-s: Yullf-yball: Cluwr.
Club: Jr. Cit.: Tri-I-li-Aly ba.
MISIVNAS. SHPIIIIG ....
245 W. 108 Pl.
Nc-ws Rep.: Iiln. Sf-r-'yg 3 CLA..-X. liars: Jr. Cut.
MUIENICII. YIYIAN .......
1201.3 Prairie Ave.
Plum-A: Cle-e Club: T G..-X..-X. liars: Frng: Basketball: Ynllm-ylmll' .Ir. f it.
MOI-III. HICNRY ......
303 li. 1550 St.
Kill. Club: N.C.U. Club: lli!'v Tvani: llm. l rvs.: Svluml l.4-ttvr: Avia .Club.
MUNSUN. llAlilJl.l7 .... Smvluv
1112011-rlum.Avm-. r v
llni, Pros.: ll..-MA.: liasvball: Jr. Clt.: lli-X
MUIIA, HICNZU ,......
11622 Prairiv Aw-.
Jr. Cit.: Mix:-xl Clulr.: Glvv Club: fl li.A.A. llars:Arnat.Sl1mx: I Svb. l.z-th-F1 l4.A.A.
Ml JIIIN. IDI PIU l'l'llY ....... Cwuullu-r1'ial
11051 llarvarxl Avi-.
lim, l'r4-s.: 2 ILA..-X. liars: Hall Guard: Frog: Jr. Cir.
MURRISUN. IIARULIJ . . . Sf-if-ucv
10715 VVf'utwc1rtb Avi-.
ti B.A.A. liars: Bas:-ball: li.A.A.
Ml'lIJlCl.L, MARJURIIC , . . . .
11640 Lowe- Ave.
Cnur. Staff: Rin.. Pres.: Cour. llvpv.: Mixed Clxrous: 2 G.A.A. Bars:
011. Sec y: .Ir. Clt.: lIall Guard: X ulleyball: Baskt. Ba
Hall Guard: Cour. Rep.: 4 G.A.A. Bars: Volleyball: Bskt. Ball: Checr. Club: Drum
and Bugle Corps: Jr. Cit.
PAULAITIS, RUTH ..... Language
MRJENOYICH, MINNIE ......
12605 S. State St.
BIUNRO. ROYCE ......
A 1108 Vernon Ave.
R.O.T.C. Band: Aviation Club: Hi-Y: N.C.O. Club
IVIUTNANSKY. JULIA . . .
144 E. 110th St.
G..-LA.: Offce Sedy: Jr, Cit. Club.
NEBELSTEIQ, HILBERT . . . . .
V 723 ig. 90th Sc.
News Staff: N.S.P.A. Conv.: Orch.: 3 B.A.A, Bars: Sei. Cl
Stamp Club: Phorex.
NEBELSIEK, HILDA ...,.
723 E. 90th St.
lX'Iath. Club: Baskt. Ball.
NELSON, INGRID ....
11749 Union Ave.
Jr. Cit.: Baskt. Ball: Yolleyball.
10130 VVentworth AVC.
NEUMANN, EDVVARD .,..
10231 Emerald Ave.
Sei. Club: Hall Guard Lt.
NOETH. CLARA ....
G.A.A.: Jr. Cit. Club,
NORKUS, EDWARD .,...
125-11 NYe-ntworth Ave.
CVBRJEN, RUBFRT .....
303 E, 113th St,
O'DONNEl.l.. LESTER . . .
10207 Lnion Ave.
B..-X..-X.: Avia. Club: Off. Seuy.
OEDZES. ELEANOR ..,.
20 E, 123rfl St.
Hall Guard: Jr. Cit.: G..-LA.: Basketball: Volleyliall.
OGFRKIEVVICZ, ROMAN ....
12033 So. Perrv Ave.
Sr-iencfe Club: 1 B.A.A. Bar: Jr. Cit.: Hall Guard.
OHM.-KN, GRETA . . . .
OLSEN, BERNICE .,....... Commercial
10127 VVentwortlx Ave.
Hall Guard: G.A.A.: Off. Sec'y: Jr. Cit.
OLSEN, MARGARET .,.. , Commercial
21 E. 113th St.
Hall Guard: G.A.A.: OFF. Secfy: Jr, Cit.
OLSON. GEORGE .,.,... Scicnec
10141 So. State St.
News Staff: Hi-Y: R.0.T.C. Lt.: Concert Band: UH. Club: R.O.T.C.
Banrl: Sci. Club: Gorgas Essay Contest: Delgat. Club.
OUSTICN. ALICE , .,....., Language
17 E. 110th St.
10 G,A.A. Bars: Drama Club: Jr. Cit.: Literati: Amat. Show,
USE. HARRY ....,..,, Sf'ie1xc'c
V 147 VV. 119th St.
Soc, Orch.: Amat. Show: B,A.A.: 1 Sch. Letter: Basketball: Swim.: Avia
Club: Jr. Cit,: Hi-Y: Sci. Club.
PALFFY. ERMA ...... Commerrial
1455 YV. 120th St.
Cour. Rep.: 5 G.A.A. Bars: Hall Guard: Forum: Volleyball: Bskt.
PARKE R. ISABELLE ........ Commercial
46 VV. 107th St,
135 NV. 103rcl St,
Phorex: Jr. Cit.: Aviation Club: G.A.A.
PAVOLA, JOSEPH ...... Commercial
12157 VValla c St.
Bskt. Ball: Baseball: 1 Sch.:Letter: 2 B.A..-X. Bars: Rm. Pres.:
Hall Guard Lt,: Jr. Cit.
Rm. Pres.: Football: 1 Sch. Letter: Orch.: 5 B..-X
10035 Emlbroolxe Ave
Swimrning: 2 Sch. Letters: Hi-Y: 3 B,A.A.Bars: Channel
. . Commereial
Phorex: Hall Guard: 7 G.A.A. Bars: Basketball: Yolleyball: Jr. Cit.: lN'1ath. Club.
. . Technical
: 2 B..-LA. Bars:.
. , Sr-icnce
nb: Ninth. Club: Traelc:
. . . Science
Quill and Scroll: Cour. Staff: Phorex: N.S.P.A.Conv.: Forum: Sci. Club:
. , Commercial
Phurex: Jr. and Sr. Life Sav. Emb.: Blerrnaifl: Frog: 4 G..-LA. Bars:
NELSON, NIARJORIE , ..,. .... l .anguage
Cour. Staff: Plxorex: Debating Club: Basketball: Cour. Rep.: Rm. Sf-r"y: 5 G.A.A.
, . . Science
.A. Bars: Nlath. Club:
. . Commercial
Swim: llull Guard,
. . l.angli1Lg1e
10155 Emerald Ave.
News Staff: Quill and Scroll: Nat'l Honor Soe.: Phorex: Jr. Life
Sav. Emb.: Forum: Math. Club: 10 G.A.A. Bars: Stud. Libr.:
PAYNIC, MARGARET ........ f'4munPr0ial
10841 Eggleston .-Xu-.
HnllGu:1rclq Cuur, Rvpq 4 G..X..X. liars: Jr, Cit.g Sr-i4-:uw Clulv.
IFXZNK PKAS. .IUHN ...,,... Svivucv
10707 S. Mirliigun Av:-.
Ulm- Clulmg Mixenl Chorus: 1 TSA..-X. Burg Jr. Cit.g Stzuup Club.
PIZCURA. TIIICUIDURE .... ,ll6'i'llIl1C2'll
I1:1llGu:u-:lg Rui. l're-sq 2 B..X..X. liursg Axim. Club.
l'I'IRl.INSlil. S'l'l3IPI'!EN . .... .
12138 Lufliu St.
Rm. Sm-'ygJr,Cit.gAviz1.Cluhg2 H,.X.A. Barsg 1 Hvlx. 1.4-tts-r.
l'l-IRYICNECKI. ICNIIIA' . . . .
Rui. SvsfygUrL'h.1G..X.,X.g Yulleylmllg linslu-tl ull.
PESAV1CN'I'U, IAPVISE ,...
11421 Frmrc-st Avi-.
Phore-xg Urn-l1.g Alllilf, Showg Hull Guurdg UH. Seffyg KD..
PETERS, ICINYARD .... Art
113516 Indizluu .Xwn
l'lC'l'l'IRSUN. DORIS ..,.,.,. Sr-iviivv
i 11311 Stflwzlrt .-KW-.
Nz-ws St:1l'TgOFl.Se'c"yg.lr.Cit.g 18 G.A.A. li1ursg2 Sch. Le-ttf-rs: M:1th.Clubg
liskt, Bullg Orch. Yur.
PETERSON. MARVIN ...,. CiUIllI11PI'Cl?.ll
Uf'f.ClulDg N.C.U.ClulJg1'slxf-rs Clultg Xumt. Slimxg Hrvlrg 3 I3..1..X.
liarsg Avia. Clulrg Tvnnisg Iiskt. Bull,
I'lj'1'RIl'1, TUNI ....... . flAlIll1ll9I'l'1kll
Phore-xg -1 l4.A..X. 1i:1rsgBskt. Hull.
l'llIl.l.IPS. HARRY ..,. 'l'1-rlmrxirul
5 WI, 102ml St,
llull Guzirnlg Rm. I re-s.3 .4 l3.A.A. Burs.
I'IDD1NG'l'lPN. GIQRALD ...,. Sn-ience
108-I3 1Y:lll:xr'4- St.
tiff. Clubg Nffll. Clulag Spam. C'lul.g Ilmnm Clul 3 Ii..X..X
PHCIIRHN. XIJISLINFI ....,.. Lamguage
HallGu1ml I,t,gCuur. R1-11.1Sli,.X..X,Ii:1rs: Bskt. Hull: X rlleyliull: fr. Fit.
l'Rl7C'l'UR. IAJRINIC .....,. Sm-iviiu
9438 l.u Sulli- St.
llull Cluurmlg 4 G..X,.X. lizirsg Bskt. Bnllg Yullx-yl:illg.Ir.Cit.3Sp:1u.Cluli.
RACE. .Xl,lil-IRT ..,.,. Crmiine-trial
112046 Nurmul Axe.
Rm. Pres.: llull Guurml I.t.: Asia. Clulwg Malrmmi Fluln: .lr. Cit.:
112122 liim-rulnl .Sw-.
Clubg Tri-Hi-Y .Xlpliup 15 G..'X..X. Iiursq Mermaid: .lr. Cit.
RXIJZINUYYICZ. HICLISN ....... C1JIlllll4'Ft'l11l
11251-I Furc-'Pt Au-.
Cuur. Re-pg Urvl1.3 G..-X..-X.: Yulli-yl:1nll:.lr. Cit.
RICITZ. SHIRLEY .... fbumufrm-iul
11316 Przzirlv .Xu-.
Rm. S1-1"yg Rm.1'rvs.gU..X..-Lg Yulleylmzxll.
RICCIO, ,lf 7Sl'fl'll .... hvlc-1101
1121212 lfiux-rulml .hx-,
Hull Guurllg li..X..X.: .lr. fit. Clulx,
RICCIU. S.Xl.Y.X ...... K'4nnnwr1'i:xl
RICH MUND. 1711.-XRI ..... . . . S1-if-m'v
404 I-L. sau. sz. I
.Xvaipc-ll:xQ Klixm-'fl Cluntg Vlnnr, 1,6-'ttf-'rp Yullvylmllg Sfunip Clulrg .lik Fit.:
G..X..X.g Uh-0 Clulu.
RHDIGHIICR. RI'l'.X .... f'uluim-rviaxl
11551 Yvvutwurtli .Msn
l1ullGuurnl3Cmnr. R4-p.: 2 GMX..-X. liars.
ROIDHIQIIIZ. IVRKNCICF ....... S1-imu-v
115 li, 91st I'l.
11.111 Guurnlg S4 in-lnvv Clulpg Jr. fit.: l"1'm-. Club: Rm. l'r4-24.3 .Xwia1.Cll1l1.
RUICPICRS. MADGIC ....... C'ummf-rr-izil
101324 1YeutWurtli .Xwm
Cuur. Fluffy Rm. Serfyg .Xm:1t. Slmwg 3 fl..X..X. liurig Bskt. liaillg .lr, City
IKUGGEYICICN, lll'll,l'IN .... l,:u1gl1zmg.I1-'
V 11208 Purm-ll .Xvf-. 1
News Stnffg S4-ll. Lx-ttf-rg Jr. Life- Suv. limb.: Phore-xg l.e-ttvr Girls
W- - .. . Y Y A
RYLANDER. VIVIAN ........ Commercial
10501 lV1a.y St.
Arnat. Show: Glee Club: Ureh. Var.: Plec. Club: Jr. Cit.: OH. See'y: G.A.A.: Volleyball.
SABADUH, Nl PRA ....... ClIIIl1lllfTCi1ll
12125 Emerald Ave.
Phorex: Jr. and Sr. Life Sav. Emb.: Amat. Show: Chorus Emb.: 7 G.A,.-X.
Bars: Basketball: Oreh. Var.: Glee Club.
SADER. JEROME ...... Commercial
8755 Michigan Ave.
Rm. Pres.: Red Cross Rep.: B.A.A.: Jr. Cit.: Hall Guard.
HANIEK, VVALTEH . ..... . Commervial
537 VVest 123rd St.
2 B.A.A. Bars: Hall Guard: li.U.'l'.C.: Jr. Cit.
SANDS, RPHY ..... Commercial
11334 Harvard Ave.
G.A.A.: Hall Guard: Volleyball: Basketball.
SAVUYSKI, ELAINE ..... Commercial
11432 Lowe Ave.
Hall Guard: Mixed Chorus: 2 G.A.A. Bars: Volleyball: Basketball:
Off. Se-e'y: Jr. Cit.
SCHAAF, D'VON .,.,...... Slcienee
10415 Eggleston Ave.
Hall Guard Lt.: "Eyes of Tlaloc": Tennis: Mixed Chorus: Clee Club: Basketball:
Sch. Letter: 2 B.A.A. Bars: Drama Club.
SCHRADER, ELLEN ....... Commereial
12129 Parnell Ave.
Hall Guard Lt.: 15 G.A.A. Bars: Jr. Cit. Club: Astron. Club: Drama Club:
Debat. Club: Bskt, Ball: Volleyball: Amat. Show,
SCHUG, EDVVARD . , , . Langzuagle
11411 Perry Ave.
lim. Pres.: B.A.A.
SCHUMANN, HERBERT' ....... Seienee
12037 VVallace St.
Cour. Staff: Phorex: Sei. Club: Bowling Team: B,A,A.: Jr, Cit. Club.
SCOTT. SADIIC .,..,... Commercial
12 East 112 St,
Hall Guard Lt.: 3 G.A.A, Bars: Amat. Show: Clee Club: Cheer. Club: Jr.
Cit.: Basketball: Volleyball.
SELLERS. NIARGARET . ..,. Commereial
11822 Peoria St.
G.A.A.: OlT. Surly: Jr. Cit. Club: Hall Guard: Basketball.
SETT, NANCY ...,., . , Seienee
12226 Eggleston Ave.
News Staff: Tri-Hi-V Beta.: '4Chimes of Normandy": 1 C.A,A. Bar: Hall Guard:
Volleyball: Jr. Cit.: Drama Club.
SIDA, GEORGIA ....... Commercial
10852 Indiana Ave.
2 G,A.A. Bars: Ulf. Serfyg Cheer. Club: Jr. Cit. Club: May Festival.
SIMAITIS, JENNIE ..,. Conunereial
148 E. 107 St.
1 G.A.A. Har: Frog: Volleyball: Jr. Cit. Club.
ROMBA, ADOLPH ...... , Commercial
11219 Langeley Ave.
Rm. Pres.: Hall Guard: Orch. Van: B.A.A.: Jr. Cit.
ROUT, KATHRYN ....... Language
10730 Prairie Ave.
Nat'l Honor Soc.: Phorex: Amat. Show: 2 G.A.A. liars: Ureh. Letter: Frog:
Volleyball: Bskt. Ball.
RUBBERT, DOROTHY C. , .
11919 VVallave St.
Phordx: Hall Guard: 4 G.A.A. Bars: Basketball: Vo
RUKSTELA, ALPHONSE .... .
10704 State St.
B.A.A.: Avia. Club: Fisher Body Contest.
RUSIN, JANE ......
12200 Parnell Ave.
Phorex: 1 G.A.A. Bar: Basketball: Jr. Cit. Club.
RUTHERFORD, PHYLLIS . .
11147 Emerald Ave
News Staff: Tri-Hi-Y Alpha: Mayors Cab.
Club: Jr. Cit.: Volleyball: Basketball: Frog.
11530 La Salle St.
. Bars: Cheer.
Rm. Pres.: B..-LA.: Lincoln Essay Winner: Jr, Cit. Club: Camera Club.
RYAN, BIARIE ........ Commercial
11539 La Salle St.
Cour. Staff: Phorex: Rm. Pres.: 7 G.A.A. Bars: Volleyball: Basketball:
Jr. Cit.: Debating Club.
RYBINSKI, M ARIAN ...... Seienee
12054 State St.
Basketball: 3 li,A.A, Bars: Seb. Letters: .lr. Cit.: Sei, Club: Hall
T G,.X.A. Bars: Yulle-ylull: Bus 1-tlmll: Drama Club: Jr. Cit.
Sl"l'Cl.IF1"IC. FILXNK ..,., CfJ111HlE'TI'l2ll
10132 Suutli Park Avo.
r Swimming: 4 Svli. Letters: Sr. Lifv Sav. Frub.: lim. Pres.: Hull
SISSON, ICVICRETT .,......
0923 Culuuis-t Ave-.
SKRIPICK. VVILLIAM .
2651 W. V117 sf.
Dobaitiug Club: Jr. Cit.: B..-LA.: Hull Guard.
SLAGICR. ANNE . . .
11536 Stewart Auf.
Cour. Staff: Mixzld Chur.: Cuur. Rep.: 4 fi.A..1
Hall Guard: Volleyball: Bskt. Bull.
SMALL, CATHFIRINFI .....
9945 Grm-n St.
Basketball: Yulleylall: 4 GA..-X. Bars.
12018 Lusulle St.
Guard: Rm. Sec'y.
SMITH, KATHARINIC ....
10551 S. May St.
SIXIITH, MARION .....
11218 Pziruvll Ave-.
G.A.A.: lfurum: Phurex: Jr. Cit.
SMITH, BIARTHA , . . . . . ,
9900 X inrs-nlles Aw-,
SMITTER, DONALD ....
11147 Peoria St.
SMUTICR. HFILIGN ........ . CU1UI"5'U'i3l
1517 W. 120 St.
Hull Guard: G.A.A.: Yullvybull: Iinska-tluull.
SNUYY, SHIRLEY ..... . - - Svllilllifi
27 11:5 sm. V V1 U it
Quill and Svrull: B1ayor's Cub.: Jr. Life Suv. lilxui: News Stull: CON- BU-H4 .
Tri-Hi-Y Alphu: Chor. L4-ttvr: IX G. A. A. Bars Clie-er Club:
SU1'Cl'P. Ylilu .... . . Cvllinwmiul
318 YV. lllitli St.
Tri-ni-Y Beta: rm: sl-.411Jr,Cir.:G-AA.:Y-fllf-ylmll: HSM- Ball?
Ilxurex: Feur. Club,
SP.-XGNl7l.U, JOHN ......
147 W. 117th St.
li B,A.A. Bars: 1 S1-li. 1,0111-'I'QCji1ll14'1"1I Club.
STANKLS. S'l'.-XNLICY .... , . Luliguagzc-
1070 YYf'st 123rcl St. b
Cour. Rep.: Hull Guard: lfuutlmll: 3 Sch. I.:-ttm-rs: 3 B.A.A. liars? -lr. Clt.Z
Sl'l'Il'll.E. VVILl3l'li ...... Svimivv
11031 S, Park Ave-.
1i:lSli4'tl73llQTF:lK'li1 1 B..X.A.B:1r: Hull Guard Lt.: Jr. Cit.
F-'I'I'I1'l-IICNSON. N1 ALCUL11 ..,,.. . Sf'1PIll'P
lllli Vlvvf-It 119th St.
HullGu:1rrl:4 ILA..-X. liurs: Truvk: Axial. Club: Jr. Cit.: Sri. Club.
STONE, YYALTICR . . v .,..., Technical
512508 S,S1AwyPr Xu-,
Na.t'1 llrmur Suv.: Hull Guurll: Svi. Club: Cnur, Rep. B.A.A.
S'1'liU.INY, ANN ..., Commercial
12041 Iurlizum Avi-.
HIT, Sc-1-'y.: Hull Guurml: 3 G.A.A, Nurs.
S'1'l'A1i'1'. .IANIS ........., Commercial
12101 Yule- Avv.
Rm. Su-11-'y.: Orvh.: May Festival: Jr. Cit.: Bskt. llzill: Yulleyball: Hull Guard.
STI'LI'IN.XS. AN'1'0INI'l'l"l'l'l ...... Crumnlerftizil
10356 11211121511 .Xu-,
Cuur, Re-p.: 1 G.A.'K, Bur: Yullvylgxll.
Sruw. P-EN . .... . , T.xCh..i.-1.1
X828 S. Wulmsli Ave-.
llull Guard Lt.: Aiuut. Show: Il.A.A.: Jr. Cit.: Rowling Club.
S17LLIY.-KN. .IAYNIC . . ...... 1.3113111121-
10547 S, Maxx' St.
lim. Prvs.: Amnt. Show: Hull Guurll: 2 fl.A.A. Bars: 'l'ri-Hi-Y Alpha: Iirumzi Club:
Ulf. Se-Wy.: Jr. Cit.:Sp:u1. Club,
SLTSIIVIICRS. Rl"l'H .... , , Cummgrqiul
' 1152 Laugrlvy Avv.
Guard: Jr. Cit. Club: Jr. Lifff Suv, limb.
SMITH. BI'RD1-ILLIC . .....
Cour. Stuff: Mayor's Cub.: Cuu.Buml: R.U.'l'.C.:1Rif'e Tc-lun: 1
School Lsettcr: Stamp Club: Sci. Club: 1S.A.A.
. . Svil-'fire
Hull Guard Lt.: Rm. Pres.: Cuur. Rep.: 3 B.A.A. Bars: Jr. Cit, Club: N.C.0. Club.
. Bars: Ulf. Sm-'y,:
'l'ri-Hi-Y Beta: Jr. Cit.: Mixed Chor.: G.A.A.: Yull:-yluill: Bskt. Bull: Hull
. . S1-iviirv
1 G.A.A. Bur: Yrzlleyhull: Busketlall: .,r. Cit.: Hull Guurzl.
Hull Guard: 1 G.A.A. Bar: Frog: Bzislte-tl:all: Ymzlll-ylmll: VH, Ser-'32
. . S4-ia-uve
V.-XI.l'IN'l'I. MARIO ......... Commercial
11307 St. Lawrence .-M e.
SJ IBA..-X. liars: 2 Sczlmril Letters: Jr. Cit. Club: Iiaskvtlall.
V A l. KICNBURG. BI.-XRJORIE .,.., Cornmcrclal
10536 VVentwru'tb .-XX e.
HIT. Sezfy.: Tri-Hi-Y Beta: 13 G..-X..-X. Bars: Jr. l.ife Sav. Emb.: Mermaid:
Clic-er. Club: Frog: Stamp Club: Jr. Cit.
VAN BUREN, LESTER ..... Cummcrc-ial
27 IC. Eltlth Pl,
lim. Secfy.: Hall Guard: B..-X..-X.: Jr, Cit.: News Rep.
V.-XNDEII XIARK. BERNARD ,
llall Guard: 2 B..fX.A. Bars: Stamp Club.
V.-XNDIJR MIQISR. NICHOLAS ,
10158 Normal Ave,
Pliurr-xg lim. Pres.: B..-X..-X.
VANDERVLIET. BIORRIS .,..
218 YV. 108th Pl.
Forum: Astron. Club: 3 ISA..-X. Bars: Mixed Clumr.: Hall Guard:
Jr. Cit.: Science Club.
VANDICR WOUDIC, ROBERT ....... Science
10814 Normal Ave.
Rm. Sc-e'y.: Jr. Cit.: Amat. Show: 5 B..-LA. Bars: 3 Sell. Letters: Baseball: Bskt.
Ball: Sc-is-zu-e Club: News Staff.
VAN HAREN, JOSEPH ....... Teclmical
11346 Iucliaua Axe,
lim. Pres.: Rm. Seffy.: Hall Guard: 3 B.A,A. liars: Avia. Club.
i VAN RITE, LAVERNE ,,... Commcrc-ial
VV. 113th St.
Nat'l Hou. Soc.: Phorex: Cour. Stall: Hall Guard: Amat. Show:
Basketball: OH. Sec-'y.: Jr. Cit.: Tri-Hi-Y .-Xlplia.
SXVANSON, EI.IC.-XNUR . . .
11344 Calumet Ave.
Pliorex: Hall Guard: News Rep.: 1 G,.f'x..-X. Bar: Volleyball: B
SYVANSON. MICLVIN .
11404 S. State St.
Pllorex: 2 B..-LA. Bars: Wresiliug: Off. Sec'y.
SYKICS. J I' LIAN .
11126 S, XValla.ce St..
Nat'l lluu. Snr.: .-Xrelx. Club.
TATARSZYK. STANIJCY . .
4 126 I+I.i118tlx sr. '
Football: Baseball: TLA..-X.: .lr. Cut.
'l'AYI.OR, IIAIUJLD . .
. . Seizuu-0
. . Seimlee
11701 Lrme Ave.
Cou. Baud: Suimmiugx: Sf'l1'l1i'0 Club: Amat. Slmw: B..-X..-X.
Tl-IIGIS. IiI.l.I-IN ,
11039 liclbrooke Ave.
Drama Club: C..-KA.: Rm. Sm-Ay.: Jr. Cit.: Volleyball: Ureli.
TIMBIANN, l.l'CIl.l.lC ..,.. . Cummereial
11133 lirlbruoke Ave.
Jr. Cit.: 1 CA..-X. Bar: liasketrall.
TUBRO. AGNES ........ Cummereial
, 11317 lidbroakrr Ave.
Rm. Secfy.: 5 G..-XA. liars: llall Guard: Volleyball: Basketball.
11655 Yale Ax e.
Zv GAA. liars: Drama Club: Off. Seffy.: Jr. Cit.: Hall Guarml:
Nolleyltall: liskt. Ball.
TOM.-XSZI'M. SUPIIIIC , , .
13420 Iimeralrl Au.
1 G..-X..-X. Bar: Bzlslietball: Jr. Cit. Club.
'I'0RRliXG.-X. MABICI. .
10722 '1Veutivrwrtli. Ave .i
GHVA.: V4 ll:-yl all: liaskr-tlnull: Cbeeriug Club.
'l'fJ'l'H. MARY .XNN
2 G.A..X. liars: Jr. Clt.
TIQABENDA, JIZNNIS , , .
-12052 Imornis St..
Club: Frog: Volleyball: Avia. Club.
D214 I'uiVersity Awe.
9 G..-X..-X. Bars: Vrzlleyball: Baskr-tl.:1ll: Hall Guard: Jr. Cit. Club: I"eu4-ing: Club.
'l'RlCNTON, DORIS . .
lc. 116th Sm,
Pllurex: Sturl. l.ibr.: l'luu'4'x lit-p.: 1 fl..-VA, Bar.
732 NVest 118th St.
Cuur. Rep.: llall Guard lm.: Mixed Char.: 7 G.A..fX, liars: Vollc-ye
ball: Baskz-tball: Jr. Cit,
Y.-KN VAI.KENB1'llGH. ROLAND ....... Sl'1f'IH'l'
I 4 11641 Pzxruoll Ave.
Cuur. Staflg H1-YQ 8 B.A.A. Bars: 3 1,1-ttcrsg Si-ivrive Clulvg Jr. Cit. Club.
YEl,DHOT'SE. EYELYN ,.... . Cunimewinil
713 E.91st Sr. E
3 G.A.A. Hnrsg Vollr-ybullg Hall Guard l,t.g D'r:unzi Clulwg .lr. Cut.
YERBEEK. ALBERT ..,... Sf-iexwv
10557 Normal Avo.
Mnyofs Calm Hall Guard T,t.g R.m. Sf-c-'y.g 9 B..-LA. Bars: lifisebullg
Bziskvtballq Forum: Jr. Cit.
YERBEEK, ELLA ....,. . ClIlll111F'!'1'l2ll
3 CLA..-X. Bzirsg Buslif-tlmllg Vullfaylmllg M1-rmuialg Frog.
YIGRHOOK, BETTY ..., . . . Laugilalillf
25 VV. 1U3rd Pl.
Plzw. Clulu: N4-ws Stullq Urvli. I.:-ttPr3 .Xiuut. Slmwg Foruiug Plxorvxg G..-MA.:
YUGT, LAVERNE ....., Cmnmercizll
10923 S. Park Ave-.
Hull Guzirclg Rm. Sr-1-'y.g Mixf-rl Churusg G..K.,'X.: Yollc-yhullg .lr.
YK PSS. AGNES A , ,,..... Cummerr-iul
317 W. 105th St.
Spanish Clulmg 3 GAA. Bars: Yulleylkullg Bskt. Bully Hull Guard.
XYAGNER. JANET ..,.... Crmnuerviail
11118 Ellird St.
171-luv. Clulmg Travel Club: Hull Guarrlg .lr. Cit. Cluldg 5 G..-X..-X. Bzirsg Vullvy-
XY.-XLKER. l.11.1,I.XN ....,, lnlllgllllll'
11342 1"ni'rPsf.xill4- Ax P.
Plmre-xg Stull, Librq Tri-Hi-Y Beta: Mr-rnmirlg Frugg Math. Clulmg
Yollm-yliallg liskt, Bully fi GAA. Bars.
1Y.Xl,1i0NY1A1i. JE.-XX , ...., - C0HllllPFl'ii1l
538 E. Sllst l'l.
GA..-1.5 Hull Gunrrlg 2 G.,-LA. liars.
XY.-K LT.. Gl'1RTRl'l1l'l ..... . Cuinnierviqll
12101 1Yull:irt' Ft.
1 C?-..X..-X, Burg .lr. Cit. Clulvg May F4-stixul.
XXQXIATONA IQAXR1. . , . . . f'on1ixwr4'iul
10431 Sn. 1Y:1lmsli Xxv.
.lr. Cif..g ll..X,.X.3 3 ll..X.A. Nurs.
VKXXSSMAN. EDNA ...... - 5f'if'l14"'
10006 Purnell Xu-.
film- Clulv: 1511111121 Clulug Stull, l.il3r.3 llniue Evuu. Clulv.
WEBER. JE.-NN ..,...... !44'ie-ilw
12110 ligglr-stuu Aux V
S CIAA. Rursg Hull Chmrcig liusketlmllg Null:-ylullg .lr. C it. Clulu.
YVEIBER .ll-INYEL ..,.... Sf'19Ilf'l'
12123 lY:1ll:1r'4- St. -
Hull Guarmlg Rm. Sc-1-'gtg G..X.A.g Iiuslu-tlxullg Yullvylmllg Jr. Cut.
if ' 1
WEBER, RICHARD ....,..., Svir-uve
11348 Norulul .-XX 4-.
lIl16YglJi1'.Clul1g N.C.O. Cluhg Rillc- Te-mug B..-X..-L3 llull Guzmlg Drum:
NVEBERG, KENNETH .,.... Sr-imm
' 113-112 Indiana .Xu-.
Vrvs. Mari-mii Club: Hull Glulrmlg .-Xmat. Slmwg 1-'urulug Jr. f'it.g Svir-nv:
Clulvg 1 li.A.A. Bur.
WELLS. AGNES . ...,.. Svionm
11349 Fora-st Ave.
ll1lllQill2l1'LlQ 5 G.,'X,.fX. Bursg Yolleylmllg Bznslu-tlui
WESSE.lCD1'l'll . .,,, Cmnnwrr-inl
135543 Iurliulxu .Xvr-,
Plmrexq Ns-ws Stullg OIT. Sm-'y.g Hull Guzirclg G,A..X,
WESHEI.1l'S. EARL ........ Svimwc-
11606 l'uimm .-Xvv,
Bluvrrrg Plmroxg llnske-tlmllg 2 Svll, Letters: Hall Coin.: H lS..X.A. linrsg
llzllhl Gluirxlg Urr'l1.g Glf-v Club.
W1-IE'l'STUNE. I1EYERl.l'l . . . Sr-ir-ucv
347 YV. lfllltlx Pl.
Coiimkrt Iluurlq R,U,T.C. Bundy Rilli- Tezuug fshvrs Clubg llull
W1-lITE.HARRY ...... . Te-r-lmiml
Rm. Pri-s.g B..-X..X,g Jr. Cir, Cluhg Canine-ru Club.
WIERSBIA. 1'ENRY ..... .,.. ' Tef-limi:-:xl
224 XY. 109th St.
l'a.A.fx.g llnll Guaml I.t.Q Arvli. Clulrg Nafl llumf' :xml Gurrl. Slmw.
WIERZYCKI. .IUHN ...... Te-clinic-:xl
11709 S, Saugzuixrm St.
L2 B..-LA. Iiursg Orr-ll.g Jr. Cit.g Aviation Club.
WILLIE. ICTHEL EDN.-1 ......
10510 W'entworth Ave.
YYINTERS, ROBERT .....
10402 WVabash Ave.
WOICICK, GENEVIEYE . . .
Orch.: Sch. Letter: Orch. Var.: Amat. Show:
17 G.A.A. Bars: Volleyball: Basketball.
WOLFE, GEORGE TTA .....,
11304 Lowe Ave.
YVROBEL: BERNICE .....
10649 Champlain Ave.
YASULAITIS. ARTHUR . . .
10737 Michigan Ave.
Hall Guard: I3.A.A.: 2 Sch. Letters: Footba
YOUSTRA, HELEN .,....
10210 Emerald Ave.
Hand: 3 G.A.A. Bars: Frog: Cheer. Club.
ZACHER, ELIVIER ....
10015 Lowe Ave.
Phorex: Hall Guard: B.A.A.
ZAFROS, SAIVI .....
11338 Forestville Ave,
Bars: Jr. Cit. Club: OH. Sm-'51
ZAPOLA, HELEN ......
11843 Green St.
G.A.A.: Jr. Cit.: Baslu-tball.
ZEBRAUSKAS, DOROTHY ....
47 VV. 125
ZEREBNIAK, HARRY . . .
Phorex: Rm. Ne-c'y: 1 G.A.A. Bar: Jr. Cit. Club: OH,
Swim.: Amat. Show: Rm. Pres.: Jr. Cit.: P
. . Commercial
Hall Guard: 4 G.A.A. Bars: Frog: Volleyball: Basketball: Cheer. Club: Jr. Cit.
. . Commercial
Trnek: 2 B..-LA. Bars: Hall Guard: R.O.T.C.: N.C.O. Club.
. . Language
10822 1Vabnsh A ve.
Chimes of Normandy:
. . Commercial
Off. Sec'y.: Jr. Cit. Club: G.A.A.: Transfer from Riverside H. S.: Latin Club: Sci.
. . Commercial
Cour. Rep.: 8 G.A.A, Bars: Jr. Cit. Club: Volleyball: Frog: Basketball.
. . Science
lIayor's Cab.: Phorex: Rm. Pres.: Rin. Setfy: Cour. Rep.: 3 B.A.A.
. , Comnxerf-ial
. . Commercial
lectrum Club: Phorex:
ZILIS, GEORGE .......
10731 VVabnsh Ave.
ZUBRICKY, EUGENE .......
225 VV, 109 Pl.
Cuur. Staff: Phorex: Cour. Rep.: Sci. Club: Hull Guard: li.A,A.
ZVNICA. VINCENT ..,,..
12459 State St.
3 H.A.A. Bars.
DICKE, CLARENCE ....... . Technical
117 XY. 110 St.
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In the field of sports are 11 illiam Dennis, Russell Fiske, William Kliller, Edward Neumann,
and Arthur Yasulaitis who each received major letters last fall. For their work as managers Andy
Chiarodo and Roy Fisher were awarded manager-letters. These boys were members of the South
Section championship football team successfully coached by Coach Charles YY. Palmer in the three
years he has been at Fenger. During those three years the Omicron Lambda Sigma trophy which
has been eagerly sought in the annual Fenger-Pullman Turkey-Day battles ended its changing
of hands, when Pullman was defeated in three successive tilts.
In their last semester in school Beatrice Lenzen and Robert XIcConnachie were chosen Courier
co-editors, and Betty Baer, Harry Johnson, Pearl Lupien, and Greta Ohman took over the executive
positions on the 4'News'7 staff.
'LYou are making history," a saying often quoted to us in our history classes, perhaps made us
more conscious of the changes taking place in the world beyond our own microcosm. Since we began
our high school careers General Von Hindenberg died in Germany and Chancellor Hitler, then an
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Phorex: Hall Guard Lt.: Cour. Rep.: Sci. Club: Forum: Jr. Cit.:
Hi Sen-ior welcomes
Timothy Patch to Fenger High!
ROUND THE CLOCK
It was a cold lfebruary morning. The wind howled and shrieked around the corners. and the
black limbs of the trees swayed and groaned. Huge twirls of snow rose at every gust and shrouded
the stark outlines of the fences, walks, and shrubs. Timothy Patch oblivious to all this, saw
nothing but the great door of Fenger. lieyond it lay his destiny for the next four years. Within
stood the ushers and hallguards who greeted him. "Here you are at lfengerl 'l'o the auditorium?
Yes. yes. there you'll receive your eligibility tickets: then youall register for your classes."
Without further ado Timothy was escorted into the auditorium. Realizing that all were
seated and a program about to begin, Timothy found a placeg but he kept thinking. "Register
Registerflxihy. what can he mean? Do we vote. or does he mean the course l'm to takefl'
" - -- fe' bodily strength. mental yigor. moral stability: these are
goals toward which we striye in all our school activities, because we believe-- ff-- ff?--f
"YYhy, how peculiar," said Tiniothy to himself. "he's talking about clubs and sports. not studies.
ls it more im ortant. I wonder?-
"W-f-f -f -- -f-f -eff' it is, therefore. our hope to help develop good citizens who
are honest with themselves, and with others: who know the importance of work- 'mf ff--f --ff ."
"There I knew he'd come to that word---fwork. 'l'hat's Principal Schacht who spoke at our
school a few weeks ago. Vliell. Nlr. Schacht, here l amg I expect to be here a long time-f-W
four-fe f-o-u-r years."
Eight o'clock classes
draw the crowds
much like at
still they come!
can you do?
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Time waits for no
pupil at Fenger!
U ----- --has gradually evolved a plan
to care for social and economic changes of the past
decade. There are three general divisions, the academ-
ic, commercial, and technical+-proceed to
room designated on your card where youlll meet your
division room teacher, who will advise you about your
program, all programs are listed in the Fenger News,
the school paper---.U
An hour later Timothy equipped with program
card, eligibility tickets, and a Fenger News was
ready for registration. In a very short time he develop-
ed neck-itis looking for elevators, the fifth floor, and
the steam heated lockers, but was convinced that of
the three courses, academic, commercial, and tech-
nical, he had chosen that which best suited himg
however, he hoped somewhere to find a schedule
stating fully the requirements of each. COn the
following pages Timothy shall find his material-Editorj.
A. to 2:30
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A day in
The Academic course embraces two general
divisions: The General Science and General
Language. Graduates of both of these courses
are eligible for college entrance.
The General Science course is a very com-
prehensive course and emphasizes science and
mathematics. lt includes the following sub-
jects, lflnglish three and one-half years, a two-
year language sequenceg science four yearsg
mathematics three yearsg history two years,
civics, and three major electives which may
be of social sciences. household arts, or technical
subjects. Xfincrs include music, art, and
physical education. A sound moving picture
machine, installed in the physics department
this semester, has proven to be of great interest.
ln the General Language course a some-
what similar sequence is followed, but lang-
uages are stressed, English three and one-half
years, foreign language two sequences of two
years each, mathematics two years, history
two years, science two years, and three major
electives of social science, household arts, or
technical subjects, and minors of music, art
and physical education.
The choruses, orchestras, the band, and
classes in music theory have made as their
Top Row-H. Ose, De Young, Lures
Gallo way, Fellerhouse, De Young, Filley
H. De Young, Swanstrom, Tissing, Carr
Tkird Raw-Mathewson, Mathewson
Awilfrson, Lull, Stackman, Petraitus,
Krenli cl, Dc Cook, Kreger, Mzirsh.
Serond Row-Salduc, Bruining, Gorka'
Wilson, Van Alsburg, Smith Mattice,
Cedcrholm, Stubbs, Stewers, Galambos,
Bafrom Row-Pond, Shimkus, Yos, Lebin,
Hillstrorn, Leibcrg, Vander Meer, Peter-
ACAIJHXIIC AND COMMERCI.-XI...
VVho Didnlt Read the Picture Schedule?
Top RowfSadcr, Hill, Halpcnny, Dexon,
Alkirs, Vllright, Mancs, Moore, lVIusial,
Third le07,U'IQ2l.llShE3I', Hall, Suslow,
Luzak, Boomstrzi, Baturcvich, Frank,
Pallagi, Tolhursr, Munson, Janson.
Serond RafvfVValdman, Nicwicz, Pered-
Lewin, C4-GSH johnson, Garbaczewski,
Bollom Rawffll-GSD Zeigler, CLIGSD Stern-
berg, Brooks, CLLGSJ Yampolsky, Johnson,
Olson, Dahlbcrg, Budzinski.
objective, the education of a great number of
music students in the school period, unlike
many schools in which music is an extra-
curricular activity. Our beginning, junior,
and Senior orchestras, concert band, R.O.T.C.
band, the junior and senior choruses, and A
capella choir programs are outstanding. All
who wish to develop a cultured personality are
inspired by these classes.
Another cultural subject is art. 'Tine art
is that in which the hand, the head, and the
heart go together" Ruskin says. The main
objective of the free hand and architectural
drawing is to develop an ability to know good
and bad examples of color, pleasing form, and
VVith over 4,000 students enrolled in
physical education, this department has had
an unusually busy year. Its purpose is to
provide pleasant diversion from studies as
well as make stronger and healthier bodies.
It gives to the students opportunities to get
clean, wholesome sports. Volleyball, basket-
ball, football, track, wrestling, tennis, baseball,
and swimming constitutes the sports program.
The G. A. A. and B. A. A. sponsor many of
Do you need help too?
Top Raw---Klnzynski, Sanders, Sietsma,
Sawodski, Boldt, Yvahlstrom, Woodf
ward, Vander Mey, House, Housman.
Third Row-Van Sunten, Gradl, Panas'
Regal, Spikcr, H. Namon, Fyelanderr
Kuhnlien, Bartkus, H. Chapman, 4B
Svrond Row-R. Bartoli, Howell, Barri-
ball, 4B Heany, Iohnson. Brodeen.
Okcrberg, Machintosh, La Rocco, Irvnm
Rollom Row-Clialton 4B, Preston,Feier,
Dacus, Lofrano, Fraser, Angelos, Vander-
Tap RowfStarczewski, Wagner, Hyland,
Keylon, Van liymen, Hines, Bihl, Liet'
Zzlu, Dralle, Lzlllak, Proctor.
Tlzird Rare'--Roelle, Andrews, Tunis,
Swanberg, Kubacki, Mcliskn, Uieck,
Nlartcn, Fnimanuel, Schultz, Backus.
Semnd Row -'-' Mason, Hanyzevvski, Caru-
S0, Parker, Pcnrson, Trentacosti, VVerten-
btrg, Davis, Gardner, Berry, Geziski.
Rolfom Raw-Nelson, Mclko, Anderson,
Vanderbilt, Norman, Rubbert, VVadc,
Vain Wyngardcn, Yorgaurd.
Top Rotvffimmerman, Wilson, l'l'n,
Hollinger, Tolnai, Ferrini, Hoitsma,
Holmes, ,lilFlliOVICl'l, Nelson.
Third Raw -Jones, Gray, filis, Klzuxren,
Johnson, Brak, Pcrlot, Kopishke, Lucas.
S1?f077d7 Raw---Pash, Buckley, Crcatura.
Blomquist, Tzulorson, Ykiatrouss, Levin,
Groppa, Peterson, Nelson, Gustafson,
Bottom Row--Ynger, Kuufmzmn, Cow,
Tuch, Kros, Olson, Mullin, Cz1ssidy,VYeil.
Top Row' Vancluy, Ciarloek, lfzirr, VVe-
berg, Pickurd, SCl'lO2IlWIlld, Urban, John-
son, VVhite Northrup.
Tlzim' Raw-V-Zicner, Rowe, Bergstrom,
Gowbig, Dalling, Dirksen, llc Vries,
Winters, Segers, ZA Hopkins.
Second Raw--Lasher, Hclstrom, lfmcr,
Emmeleloth, Schrowdcr, Ciochctti, Zup-
pas, Brand, Pearson, Rademnkcr .
Bottom Row --Balinc, Plomzinn, lficldelke,
Fisher, lang, Ferguson, Pape, Howes.
Things i Take For Granted
Often when sitting scanning the day's
news I marvel at the Way people in other parts
of the world have to fight Cand often fight
vainlyj for the many things which l take for
Here is a story of a vast people under the
dictatorial rule of a man whose power is
absolute. l read of children, many of them
much younger than l, forced to shoulder a
rifle and march in the ranks of an army. Here
is a story of a man high in the affections of his
people imprisoned without trial because he
voiced his opinion in affairs Hwhich were
none of his concernfi Next come stories of
people forced to give up their religion, homes,
and beliefs because of the whims of the party
After perusing these facts, I realize the
many ways in which we, the citizens of the
United States, are blessed and which we
take as a matter of course. However, when
We look more closely into the matter We can
see that these benefits are only the results
of the bitter struggle which our forebears
fought in order that we might have the
Hblessings of liberty."
The fact that We have freedom of speech
and religion, that we can secure an education,
that we have a voice in our government, that
we have the right of trial by jury, and that
we do not have to bear arms except in defense
of country should make us all thankful and
make us realize that they should not just be
taken for granted.
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Senior Efmy - IJI place.
Rutsl The word that includes romance,
history, and a pack of thrills. Delve into the
past of a common ordinary rut with a vivid
imagination as your tool, and you will lind
this same romance, history, and a pack of
The ruts formed by the Indians crawling
through the underbrush became paths and
later main streets of a giant metropolis seething
with human life. VVhat history these ruts
could tell usl A few Indians travel toward
some distant tribe leaving a trail behind.
This path is again traversed by some of their
brothers. Soon a rut appears because of the
many horses and men who have worn away
the sod. An immigrant train of settlers in a
covered wagon follow the trail and little do
we know the suffering that has been experi-
enced by these early pioneers. Attacks by
Indians, sickness, death, thirst, tired feet,
nothing but a few ruts worn in the soil to
guide them to their destiny. As an example
I may cite the old path of ruts that led from
High Prairie to Chicago as it is so vividly
painted from memory by our forefathers.
A few wagons loaded with produce labored
heavily through the ruts, the driver being
jostled up and down, continually, as he
followed the trail to market. The next day
the same wagons returning, an empty wagon
and a few dollars' profit. Today this path,
once a trail of ruts, is known Halsted
Street, Route I of our State System of High-
ways, an artery of Chicago leading into its
heart, the "Loop"
Not to be forgotten are the ruts of the
mind-the condition of our brain, the seat
of thought, more commonly known in the
terminology of the vernacular as Hdown in
the dumpsf' The efhcient business man, the
rough laborer, the loving housewife, may all
be functioning in mind much as a high powered
ear on a broad highway but at sometime or
other having tasted the taint or defeat or
failure, experience the difliculties of being
in the rut.
sl. XI.-XN SANTEN
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Top Rowf'l'homas, Piech, Barribzil,
Ross, Martinotti, Simons, Nlaclinyk,
Gustafson, Boyinzl, Superits, lzinis.
Third Row-Larsen, Harder, lordan,
Ceragioli, Swing, Hohnston, .-Xlgreene,
Price, Yun Tongren.
Serond Row fl.ong, Sherman, Gentile,
Fisher, O'Brien, Hreene, Yer Hovenv
Rucker, Schroeder, Gephart.
Balham Row-W hlarsch, iVlacf:irlane, VVz1llis,
Bohn, Kilroy, Buckholz, Hoedeker, Ahn-
Top Row --Sharkey, llesiderio, Ariel,
Pulley, Radcliffe, fzindstrn, F. fzindstra,
Luedeking, fylstrzi, Nlullaner.
Tlzffn' Ro-:CV---Bollnian, Gentile, Gahson,
Foss, Geiger, Trenton, Sraitkus, Clapp,
Sefonzl Raza'--King, Canty, Tucker
hlinicus, Frew, Legg, Caruso, Green
Hollow Rot:-Sturm, De Young, Tullgren
l.ovato, Stuebing, .-Xntzinaitis, Bennett
Perliars as you glance at the title you will
say to yourself, L'What's so interesting about
porlarsf' Nothing especially, for the poplars
might as well have been any other kind of tree.
What is interesting, at least to me, is the fact
that trees-poplar treesfhave been so ever
present in niy life.
is lar back as l can remember, they were
always there across the street. At one tinie
they stood tall sentinels over a beautiful
garden. Now the garden is gone, but the por-
lars still keep their watch. Klany times I have
awakened and gone to the hall window,
sleepy-eyed, to allirm, perhaps, the weather
forecast. There, as always, were the poplars,
sometimes as dark and gloomy as the morning
itself,and at other times,bathed in the sheen
of the gold of the rising sun, and the cast of
long dancing shadows on the side-Walk.
They stand there in defiance of the ele-
ments. On a hot day their cool summer
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Lewkovich, Hagen .
Top Row-N. Phillips, S. Diet! M
Carr, D. Burgess, M. Grutnthrlar
Selby' Gravston Bouqhan, Schillm
Third Row-Schroder, Chester Frm
oian, Ackerman, Denlglflrich Ciotdl
fern, Keesen, Honigcn, Conti lxtlltr
Locht, Momocich, Lynch, It cc
Hmmm Rowfphillips, Johnson Nur
phy, Briggs, Dalenberg, Schubtt
Tap Row-Wklsford, Roberts Wtbtr
Olsen, NYeir, Hibyma, Beck l
Third R015-Schaaphok, 'llhorv ty
mour, Schroth, Danncnhold ltttis
-Xsboth, Brzn, Bendinclli, cotr
Swami Rott'-Dzinwidas, l.udw1L B ll
ish, Secondino, hlarten, Spisals l' sc IT
raz, Dclves, Nordquist, Pt-itch lshtr
Bottom Rowe--Peterson, Shtldon
Tabakos, Bere, Vandcrldoeg Hrttlt
Top Row-lVlartin, Jacobson, Jacobson:
Neiclhurdt, Johnson, Nelson, Bolhuis,
Burgeroski, Thompson, Reimann, Hara-
Third Row-'Redm:1n, Goszeyk, Hansen,
Vllagner, Burgwald, Russert, Uowiat,
Deekerr, Orum, Vlaming,
Second Row fljrinie, Lundberg, Harna-
day, Christenson, Holsr, Adams, ltriek-
son, Boersina, Larsen, Sloan.
Bottom R0-zc'fl'il1rin:1n1i, Wood, Hoffman,
Pedersen, Anderson, Kinrzele, Kereskes,
T-up Roirffooli, Ryan, Sietscnia, Stock-
man, Boone, Sht-lbt-ck, Bonotro, Hudson,
TfIil7'!l!lQOT1""l'll'Ll1lTZ, Nluszynski, Hulalwl.-,
Ploniann, long, johnson, Nlatthys,
Evans, Kane, l.it-lclot, Kuzzintzas, Ner-
Sefwzuf Rui: Sanders, l.ane, White,
Jensen, Sehmitv, Sears, Kleliuy, Chiap-
poris, Bond, Ht-gglin, lfreidszun, Bt-ll.
Bolm211R0-:c- -Sehondell, lfirzgerald, Bond,
P. Bond, Laws, l.z1sC:1no, Valenti, Andre-
dresses stir gently as they stand aloof. but in
the fury of a storm they bend low in homage
to supremacy. lu the autumn, as they shiver
with eoltl, the leaves eonie dancing down like
yellow sunbeams in the frosty air. llut they
are not left brown and bare for long, for winter
comes with its wealth and covers them with
diamonds that glint in the sun. Then they
move slowly with dignity, with erealts, and
groans of old age.
They are always beautiful, yet l love them
most as, dressed in bright yellow and green,
they become the heralds of spring.
Perhaps you wouldn't even have noticed
them, but to me theyare constant companions,
because as I move about the house I can
always see them out of a window nearbyg
they're never nervous or worried but always
calm and unmindful ofthe petty troubles which
bother us all.
ll4llCI'L' if isl
the cost ol
Top Row, -ififliingnia, Belohlav, Bonato, Alexander, Zimmer, Grcga,
Dobda, Guzzetti, Heath, Frartfay.
Third Row, -IB-'CIuzZardo, Tollner, Boze, Dowiat, lVlegaris, Nelson, Ausher-
man, Czagany, Peterson, Maltio.
Second Roto, JH--Gandolfi, Dykstra, Biava, Klatka, Fngstroni, Boone,
Vogel, Charleston, Bult, Ericson, Deiro, Maglioeco,
Botlom Row, JB- VVyma, Quaite, Biegcl, Piersma, Gunnard, Henry, Reid,
Top Row, -il?--Tlionipson, Petersom, Serra, Clausius, Oosten, lfrnst, Proper,
Burton, Semple, Vogt.
Third Row, -HJ' -Kustra, Antoniazzi, De lVluri, Felix, Peterson, Buttice,
Pokray, Gemignani, Hellas,
Seromi Row, 411'-Siciarz, Mcfiaghie, Quillman, Corrado, Stcfanik, Golio,
Bollom Row, IB' -Stratinsky, Blitzen, Deltova, Balaishis, Dc Groot, News
wanger, Drogemullen, Richards.
V "l"" sr- ,gulf
The first two years of the Commercial
course is based on fundamentals. The decision
as to what branch a student Wishes to enter
when he is graduated is made in his junior
year when he is offered the choice of a secre-
tarial-stenographic or accounting course.
ln the College Commercial course students
take subjects which will enable them to enter
college. The majors are English three and
one-half years, language two yearsg science
two years, social science, industrial history,
two years of stenography or accounting,
United States history, ciyics and commercial
electives. Minors are music, drawing, and
Top Roto, -IB' Rowe, Davidson, De Lorenzi, Faro, Beaudry, Rowcn, John-
Serond Row, lf? f-Geier, Zadnik, Czach, Bauer, Novak, Dearmond.
Bottom Ko-w, JH Hclson, Balabon, Vander Lane, Gibson, Paulsen, Nlil-
Top RowfN0vak, Zlabes, Opulkas, Garetto, Galin, Klezynski, Pivorunas,
Dodge, Brovet, Gacrtner.
Third Row -Corradin, Sullivan, H. Sullivan, Pirch, Frfudcnburg, Bottini,
VVarekois, Smitches, Coon, Suchcna.
Serond Row-Nedvar, lfalkenthal, James, Sidorovick, Frank, Ergo, Olasis,
Teeling, Holm, Covelli, Yasdick.
Bottom Rowe-Dahlman, Bccmsterboer, YViekens, Nichols, Cross, Vander-
blark, Gccrling, bl. Clark, Vail.
'l'he four year Commercial Revised course
dillers from the College Commercial in respect
to credits. ln this course the student is not
eligihle for college entrance. Students talxing
this eourse are not required to take algehra.
physics. geometry, or chemistry, hut these may
he ehosen as electiyes. lncluded in this
course are three and one-half years of lfnglish,
one year of science, one-half year of science
and household artsg three years of an .Xcademic
elective, and three years of a Commercial
elective, senior civics, and typewriting. The
minors in this course are the same as those
in the College Commercial course. Salesman-
ship and Advertising are suhjeets of this course
and give excellent training in the art of selling.
an essential element in the husiness world.
Tap Rai: R, Smith, R. Sorenson, I.. Qstapowiez, H. Schzitliner, E. Reedy,
Birch, Ciadhois, Nl. Honeywill, M. Gustman,
Ylhlflf Rau' Brancato, Radar, Frigo, Cyack, NY. Cialloy, Xl. Cialloy, Grie
bahn, Yiolante, lruitt, Soraoski.
Sefand Ra-sc Skripek, Nlerkelis, lslierka, Hence, l.iptol4, liigler, Nloggiotta,
Deliartolo, K arazi , .-Xrvia.
Hallam Raw Starezewski, Kenny, Rubin, l.irie, YYorholyh, Main, Halder-
sen, Keappler, l.owe.
Top Raza' CQ. .-Xngstopolos, S. Balsam, E. Pokarski, l.uios, M. Wlagman
Nl. Hillegonds, lf. Benson, DeVries, F. Schoustra, -I. Chiappori, Kluig.
Third Ra-ra' l'. Palango, D. Clauter, l'. Flias, l.. Richards, D. Keehan,
M. Biever, Poliski, .'X. Bierma, DiSanto, Kacauskas.
Sz'L'0!lr1lRl1iL' D. Schultz, B. Blakemore, Hazkis, l'. Cierth, Keele, Grass
mick, li. Yanderlzigg, Y. Gnglis, li. likhlom, .-X. Shereivis, V. Sehouten
Batlam lcflfl' R. Hass, Nl. Carlson, H. Blom, lf. Reed, S. Hihmzi, .-X. Harm
sen, R, johnson, lf. Johnson, N. Rot, ll. Hanson.
Tap Rafe' nl. Sparrey, lf. lissing, Wlilson, Booth, Kostyk, Saho, .-X. Orlow-
ski, l.. Chester, Simon, filius.
Tlzrrd Rafe I7. .-Xitchison, l.. Hohalik, AI1dt'I'SOI1,I.. Buikenia, lf. lJOlHilg2llL1,
H. Mullican, jorkiewixz, D. Cassidy, .-X. Toth.
Second Raw fawadu, l.aBanc0, E. Kapicak, Pahiokos, lf. Newtield, L.
Thompson, M. lorstensen, S. Gwizdalsk.
Rutfom Ra-w Slingerland, B. Ringcy, R. Schmalfeld, M. Matthcy, A. Guy-
att, J. Belgum, Baldue, 'll. Smoter, YY. Sixoo.
Tap Raw l.okos, Sosnoslais, Benash, Dion, Reimer, Lofrano, Borcycz,
Candi, Munari, Andrews, jackera.
'l'.'11'2'z1'Ro-1a'- Napoli, B. Shourek, Panozlo, Sterning, A. Bryak, M. jliakacs,
L. Pregcnt, U. Mairano, Radtke, Todhunter, lf. Banash, l. Bragha.
St'L'0I1d Rafe' fukauskis, fullo, Rageck, Orlowski, XXX-zhinski, jawor,
Juhasz, lf. Palango, Fialkowski, nl. Thomas.
Bottom Rai: Pokornoy, Xlairbyla, Dockus, Smoter, rl. Torrey, Uramer,
Jacohsen, Mueller, Krapil.
So do wc
pay a cal,"
Top RowiAlaimo, Gloriosi, Burbulis, VVeidman, Carlson, Erickson, Mal-
grem, Tinder, Turnquist, Etchison.
Third Row-Holman, Vertach, Moran, VVolfgram, Gillespie, Voss, Jacob-
sm a, Linske, Harts.
Second Row-Krasula, Mercier, blundo, Alfano, Kajdi, Gatto, Badali,
Bottom Row-Lindgren, Femer, Meimeyer, Smith, Zeilinge, Butkus, Pierson,
Top Row-Anderson, Jellema, Grassmer, Frigo, Harn, McCutcheon, Adams,
White, Lundin, Christensen, Olson.
Third Row-Oostman, Arson, Martin, Heerema, Lang, Barich, Fryes,
Second RowfDeVries, Dangelo, Lorres, Fllisoe, Torres, Arvia, Keefe,
Ksenzulak, Berschinski, Faron.
Bottom Rowspoeplar, Yasulaitus, Van Koten, Vander Meer, Back, Barker,
Perillo, Jacobs, Berki.
HOW ADVERTISING BENEFITS THE
Advertising by a reliable concern over radio,
through the daily newspapers, magazines,
catalogs, and many other popular ways, really
does a great deal for the consumer. The con-
sumer derives conveuience, satisfaction, pleas-
ure, and better values for less money through
Take for instance the case of Mrs. Trent
who finds supreme happiness in the knowledge
that a penny saved is a penny earned. She
enjoys watching the different competitors in
her locality advertise in the local newspaper.
She compares their prices. Studiously she
uses a pencil and finds out that by purchasing
her vegetables and fruits for household con-
sumption from the dependable corner store,
her groceries and meats from the market in
the center of the block, that about hfty cents
is saved daily on this section of the budget
Top Row-Johnson, I-Ialdorsen, Streit, Steele, Varellas, Serphin, Vieth
Schug, Sybil, Simson, Grithn, Fisher.
Third Row-Rago, Starros, Vollmar, Schuster, Pace, Alexander, Rubertsan
Biaset, Movsisian, Van Maurik, Chiaro.
Second Row-Gibson, Mundo, Canalini, Spangler, Kenney, Petran, VValker
Bick, Ippolito, Bergquist, Vree, Laslow, Ippolito, Urban.
Bollom RowfMi2evitz, Brolick, Kline, Schiever, Johnson, Fournier
Top Row-Gavato, Gasick, Viallancourt, Budd, Ariel, Neutout, Kondrath
McLoan, Livermore, Huff.
Third Row-Kachigian, Parker, Paldowes, Kustra, Gluszyk, Iwancio, Fors-
Sefond Row-Kasper, Daley, Ernest, Meier, Hull, Danko, Kowalisik, Lucas
Bottom Row-Olsen, Zrnudka, Melish, Rylander, Nightingale, Dyzko, Glad
has accumulated in the Hextraw budget
envelope. The weekly downtown 'Lshopping
paperl' advertising all sorts of wearing apparel.
makes its appearance on the porch, and Mrs.
Trent makes a dash for the front door, thrilled
inwardly in the anticipation of what the adver-
tisements may bring.
It takes but a short time for hlrs. Trent to
emerge from the bargain basement with her pur-
chases. She found a cocky little hat to match
her newly purchased dress perfectly, hlrs.
Trent has accomplished much in a short time.
There has been no running around to do it.
She is satisfied in as much as a reliable concern
backs the merchandise she has purchased, and
honesty on their part, has given her the priv-
ilege of partaking ofthe benefit of a fine value
without becoming tired out. Friend husband
takes pride in her economical endeavors and
foresightedness, and this fact creates a spirit
of happiness and contentment in the domicile.
gall of which traces back to advertising.
Top Row--R. Hazen, A. Furno, F. Olson, Zaremba, G. Scott, Ludvigson
Schroth, P. Van.-Xlstvne, Kocolowski, Dudzik.
Third Row--l.. Drolcn, B. Peters, A. Bergstrom, C. Shea, R. YYitvaz,
F. Sablotnv, R. Forte, D. Olson, P. Bubnar.
Setond Rawfli. VanSheltma, S. Anderson, l. lfieldheim, Y. Anderson
Rinchiuso, R. Baro, D. Jacobson, Piech, Turtrillo.
Bollonl Row- R. Hansen, S. Kabelis, BI. Archer, P. Sharpe, Brandsnm
N. Bromberg, Hast, Rossi, Yvessman.
Top Row-Yarellas, Martire, Chuckwins, Reicbech, Higgins, Lowe, Bakkers,
Third Rate'-Fannizzo, Rornba, Radcliffe, Arvia, Streehnan, Hahn,
Second Rota--Duffy, Vilidmer, Artin, Plantinge, Baldassari, Cavanaugh
Bollorn Rota'-Tait, Brown, Jasica, Reven, Heacocli, Schaade, Franzen
Top Rawflvoto, Ringev, Nlelish, Sandstrom, Wheeler, Spielihout, Gaizaus-
kas, Gaizauslias, Olsen, Darr.
Tfzfm' Row--Hryn, Nlatikonis, Lellrring, Swanson, Dada, W'estwater, Jones
Second Rota-ee-VVz1lkovviak, Caserio, Jendkyaszek, Nlesliauskas, Karoll
Kucinskas, Till, Anderson, Wolfe.
Bolfum Row-Kasper, Smith, Ambuul, Bergera, Xlatelis, Wlilliford, Backus
Top Row--Bellas, Huber, l.und, Kurnmelehne, Cherrington, Ryan, Denk
Hansen, Andricopulos, Gerlikas.
Third Rota'--Sullivan, Blais, Ogorzelec, Contus, Stump, Nlr-ienovich
Schoroeder, Sromek, Kenney.
Second Row-Ortman, Salamon, Preuss, Lacombe, Danielson, Felliamp
Schlieman, Newald, Kipfer.
Botfonl R0-ra' -Farnetti, Ringcv, Walpole, Munz, Lees, Coffee, Jurgenson
Bob O'Brian and
Bithos, Henry Delik.
and Norris Field
Top RowgTz1te, Lubert, Schraider, Marmar, Magram, Kelleher, Daria
Zsetenyi, Mihalovitz, Engi, Dandy, Lind.
Third Row-Cecilio, Paczkowski, Brady, Gugliemi, Lachenberg, Riley,
Morgan, Beach, Cook, Redvay, Novello, Lennan.
Second Row-Hemperman, Germolec, Hathaway, Nemet, McGill, Borden
Gallulo, Malito, Frangella, Paczkowski, Paczkowski, Clifton, Klein.
Boftom Row-Holzworthy, Forte, DeBiasio, Peterson, Zikas, Boyd, Rut-
kowski, Zacher, Zimmer.
Top Rowfj. Telegra, H. Ungefug, I. Faron, M. Bitter, D. Derrico, J
Hackenson, H. Narodowski, M. Marchiando, E. Nolan, H. Brunette.
Third Ro-wfK. Engstrom, M. Gustafson, M. Dittgen, S. Knysz, A. Arvia
N. Hull, M. Sparrow, T. Gullox,
Second RowfU. Anderson, N. Berg, M. Madderom, VV. Roesing, H. VVilkus
M. Bohr, E. Bergquist, C. Hedberg, T. Kurdts.
Boliom Row-N, Sempowicz, Vanderwerf, M. Kohnke, M. Michalski
L. VanProyen, E. Gaikowski, R. Midderdorf, E. Pavlek, R. Hyland.
hir. Trent reads the evening paper after a
hard day7s work at the oflice. A responsible
firm is advertising second hand cars. A
penny post card brings the salesman and car
to his very front door. It is a good car, a
good price, and dependable backing. Negotia-
tions are completed at home, and hir. Trent
is the satisfied owner of a car that is going to
give the whole family much pleasure, with no
inconvenience attached to the deal.
All in all, advertising does beneht the
consumer inasmuch as happiness, health,
convenience, finer values, suggestions and
and many more assets are the reward of said
advertising. BOB Q'BR1EN
Loco! roniertont wimiw- in Nationwide Context
by Afdwfrtifing Age.
Top Row-C. Zubc, R. Smith, Fronczyk, DiSanto, Allen, Johnson, Calzia,
Ostrovski, Gonz, Gibson, Gradle, Griffith.
Serond Row-Greenwood, Raatzes, Braithwaite, Pearson, Phillippe, Krem-
erer, Hameetman, Arie, Schornfield, Zaborae, Salamon.
Third Row-Baldi, Giammario, Holland, Zakarian, Masier, Mitchel, Latte,
Toth, VVolf, Clement, Kubicka, Swanberg.
Boftom Rowfjohnson, Koopman, Schmidt, Erickson, Simonelis, Qued-
ensley, Fazio, Berger, Gabis.
Top Row-Brinsky, Markley, Nemesnyik, Zoruon, Bisgard, Pierzga,
Ermoian, Dickinson, Kabat, Pelzman.
ThirdRo'wfDahltrsom, Dramisino, Holmgren, Pronskus, Cicciereki, Bachta,
Milhouse, DcHaas, Paul.
Second Row-Barlog, Brignardello, Calzavara, O'Neill, Maritia, Badali,
Botlom RowfRatke, Schroeder, Bessinger, Pienkoswki, Gimaar, Sakoch
Orel, LaRoche, Zachos.
-:X A ..
Top Rox' l'z1ci11iq1, llJlilllwf7HlIl, Hump, Flcrclur, Blguloxx, Cook, lk-fro, Clnnelimzz
.-Xlwrznnf, Uuzmr, 'l'!1mf Rox' lurrurlllo, l.OY21Cli, Dixon, I-Illix, Nlzmrslx, BOL-rfchcr.
.Vf'rff21l1' Rug NiJFYllI1,Sf1lIlfH,l.ZlI1dCINL1ll,Xv11lldL'I'lxlLlfLlL', l'L-rrulaie, l'l1lllip4, Nzmrxllcldtr
l?o!1m21Kn:n' Kovg1l,flrlHlr1, XYyng11rdcn, Xw11HC'lL'TxlCf,XYUYUYNF, Koriunila, llylaslworn
Top Ruiz' BL-rmickr, lnlrldiurs, Novak, Murlo, lirzxrnrr, .-Xdornowiug, Gagnon, Siliiro
Burn-llo, fullo, Hurroli, Krunlicl, Thim' R015 Srcinlmucr, Culzlnxgclo, Nlcblllo
Srrojny, l.k'l3l11lI'LlI, Bigu, Hn,-ndsrson, Punnuzzo, Nlunson, Spillur, Olson, Olcski
Sfmfnld Ra-re' W1-is, .-Xllwonmonrc, lfrnnk, Ghidmri, Arvln, Sinlurrzl, Dognsrlno, .-Xdduccl
Wlllwur, Marsh, Srornlao. llnflnm Rota" O'l,L-zxry, Clrnlli, Cironski, Kivsul, Gcnls
,-Xndurson, lironvki, W1-gcrlnurg, YunDykL-.
Top lfffzc fzxllcgnri, xlCQilZlI'lfOClx, Vrlmn, Org-l, Olfon, Cin-gon, Booth, l,uplQn
fllwl. lllflrmlslisr, 'l'hm! ICM: Carlson, Dlupzll, Sluszxrwyk, SlL1saxr'uy'la, RL-nz, Beck
Culp, Booth. Nrm11.flQfffQ' Hood, Kirrlv, Yurlioly, Nixon, liurrnnsrcr, Born, Zurbo,
Yischr-, llclclckrucuw. ffnffwrz Rafi: -YVhirc, fQL1Qr41fsor1,Clllvf, Raultlau,CiourZ,fz1lz1liQ
Hollow No-za' Cunico, lxlyn, V11n'Ycssc', Gurllkns, YlllMlL'Y'BL'Tg, Sclmronrur, Sharps
You-llu, Cunlco. .Vwwnzff Raza' Klullnncr, Kllrnlsm, llowiur, NL-lson, lxllazls, Cyucos
Ciiordoncllo, lfrlgo, CllLlI7lIT1LlI'Ll, SL-Inlbcninl, Nlazvnli, 'l'h1'nI Nora' Vlxlrowslil, Hellas
Loser, Pzmovzo, l.:1 Rocca, A-Xdzuns, Runli, Kloorm-3, Yqznclur Nlucr, Ylrsclw, xv1lI'lf'U
Twp Ro-IQ' .-Xrvlu, Alocius, Stull, fwolula, Cullos, Brlslnoir, Splllur, Xlurshnll, Cullin
Anderson, johnson, Yicoli.
'lbw Rox' lDvYounu, xYlLTlI1Sl1l, Hahn, Succolo, Krllwowwkl, .-Xndcrson, Zappos,
Will-r1cl111f, Cirolmnkup-Izrcrmlu, Bzlrrlluull. Thin! Roz: lfiQl1, Powprg Yun Swol, Blorrin,
Cigml, Conti, Olson, l'oclulc:1, Saniki, A'rrffmf Nm: Hopkins, Hrnnxnvrlu, Hardy,
Burdizxli,Xz1x'ur:111Ql4:ls, PUSTITIZI,NlCClCSTONV,NL'lSUI1, Riclu-l, lfnlfffrzz Roz: -'X an Struct,
Johnson, Srclrur, Szaxlugzl, Srnng, Szlvxzl, Blrdnli, llornzumy, Krunwr.
Twp Rox l"ior:u'z1nri, Ylusls, .lxL!lL'IEI'lCfl'l, Brinslq, Rolulnnx, Nlflicl, lnncs, Cirolunlau,
Hurnn-ld, -lunsun. Vlwhl'-ffl! Ru-:C Kufc, Kzlpusrzl, Nluxyzmk, l3x.rkclund, Clrzzvsndcr,
Clnaxrrllo, Smith, llolmson, lfiorctti, Dudili. .Vwfwnf Nair' Nlzljuwsliy, Swanson,
lim-lugs, Duncan, 'll-rris, Yulczxsz, Nlongn, Cirtaulino, Blrdrn, lfclurcn. Rnffwzz lQ6'fC"'
Nlzlrclu-sc, Wklkr-r, flrrigrun, lucolvson, Blzllu-s, llulquixt, Carlson, Posuckl, Pudili.
Hffllfdfl Roi: N1lXXI'.lf'I11lli, Sryrnlvcrg, Srzlurz, Nhnnnwlumlxmr, X11-lllif, l,:1 Coursc,
Nlurix, Koch. Nwfffzfz' Rui: Nlnjcllrmli, Purronllx, Clrnlwrr, Kzlchlgizln, Muses,
Nnlson, Blzlsu, Spunglw, Lowrcy. Tlzfni Roi: l'llTl1HlfTlL', Slnwonlun, XY1llTCI'S, God-
laonr, lflsrvr, l':1rkyr, Hzlrwivics, Toth, Clark. Top Nm? ,l.LlIJlI'k'ZLiCl1, Sh-srrnun,
lfnldrku, l"lllI'Y1lI'k'l, SCl'lilI'!llNJI'Sf, Yermcli, XY:xr1al11xiuxiw, Bucll, F-lmupurr, Uiurz.
Twp Nm' iirnvxwk, Clrzmlmslal, Ciosr, Nlcmur, Ciqxfpur, iiinorix, liorzynlio, Dykl,
Pugu, Nlorln. 'l'lu'mf 1'Qw-za' Srrojny, Kosyur, lioxxmaan, lfruclu-ld, Ciroszck, Gurccln,
Novak, Poliski, Smnrfmxwiw, ,lam-czclc. Nwwllf IQ-Lg' lilmiul, liruugrr, Rosslnslow,
X'L'I'l!ll-il, lfocluowslm, Nlysrimki, Pofundo, Xrnlvy, Krylowicz, l'lOYZlNljSlLlI1. Hallam
Ro-:U Kr-mlull, Konjalr, Rripchncidcr, Skraalumrw, XYo7m'ul4, livrgmr, Brogzm,
Pies? or jam?
1 A h COMNIFRCIA-XI.
TopvRotc'fl'rendl1ng, Rajf, Dalbu, Buttice, Anderson, Nomes, Pnnnozzo,
glzird Row---Wardell, Cabbrese, Vllnllese, Crisman, Arvin, .-Xbbeduto,
Second RowfSitek, Galullo, Vinciguerru, Thompson, Gniewek, Zachacz,
Fifi! Row --Pessa, Kadzielawslci, Boro, Filippo, Costanzzi, Klezynslii,
go? Row-Lzxux, Baltrukas, Conrad, De Vries, Den Besten, janac, Jnnac,
Third Rowfxvan Donk, Beyer, Mc.-Xrthur, Bishton, Elliot, De Young.
Second Row-Faber, Johnston, Comperini, Van Buren, Nelson.
fhiotfojfz Row-Postma, Steihler, Heckler, Xveber, Blocker, Barshak, Misl-Qin,
, ure ius.
The Technical course, another Very com-
jvlete course, includes three and one-half years
of linglishg four semesters of mathematics2
shop, six semesters, general science, one year:
physics and chemistry one year eachg ciyics
one semester, United States history one year,
and electives three years. The minor subjects
include mechanical drawing, freehand drawing,
and physical education.
Two other courses included in the technical
department are the Household Art, and the
Klechanical drawing course.
The Household Art course emphasizes
subjects concerning the home arts. The sub-
jects included are: English three and one-half
years, household arts with cooking the first
year: setting the second, Household llanage-
ment the third year, dietetics in the 4B semester,
and textiles in the 41x semester, history or
biology one year, electives three years, chemis-
try one yearg mathematics, general science,
United States history, and senior civics. The
minor subjects are music, freehand drawing,
and physical education.
The four year Nlechanical Drawing course
is similar to the four year technical course with
such subjects as: three and one half years of
Top Ro-zvfhlelhouse, Rossi, Leithen, Yvrona, Hnlleran, Dorocke, Banstrzl
Shunho, Prince, Tuftedul.
Third RowfCulvcr, Komorowslii, .-Xmendolu, Faber, Drolengzl, Krzeczow
ski, Schneider, Olsen, Ryan, Hnzlt.
Second Row Vilutres, Hittle, Brown, Schwarz, Pzlnozzo, Haalisma, Lindo
First Row-Y-'W'ilbes, Link, Streelmun, Cziginslias, Wlzema, Nespeca, Kapostzl
Top Rowe'--Halizllmazian, Howard, Matringo, Raymond, Zussu, Nigro
Bonoms, Rothcrmich, Schiro, Dale, Gobis, Fxner, Sexson.
Thin! R0iL'7SLllllV21I1, Paripzulc, Sykes, Tonial, Birtka, Czaizkzi, Tuss
Gronato, Yenturin, Dere, Disanto, Robert, Taron, Levine.
Second Row -Haztkantp, Dromisino, Small, Droluk, Lesihivsky, lslvers
Paul, Ventus, Bagnarn, Socliis, Miller, Mc-hola, lN'Iiller.
Bottom Row--Palms, Salamon, Tackes, Huffman, Haibison, Cirelli, Urolen
Bogosian, Mesknusliis, Gniewek.
lfnglishg two years of mathematics, one year
of shop: two years of mechanical drawing: one
year of general scienceg one year of physics: one
semester of ciyicsg lfnited States history one
year, and electives eight semesters. The
niinors in this course are the same as those in
the four year technical course.
Since February 1937 a new course has been
prescribed for all high school students in
Chicago. All students must have three years
of linglishg one year of general science or one
half year of science and one half year of
industrial arts or household arts, one year of
lvnited States history or one half year of
linited States history and one half year ol
ciyics with four years of gym and health.
Minors include one year of music and art,
except those following the technical sequence
who take two years of mechanical drawing.
There is a choice of Cal three years of a
certain sequence such as languages, social
science, or mathematics, with two years of
two other sequences, three years each in
two sequences. 'l'echnical and Drawing stud-
ents must have two years of mathematics and
one year of general science.
TECHN I C.-XI.--SFX IORS
Tap Roi: XYiersina, Yitt, Malo, Hoerncr, Duclzck, Saclauskas, Sukis,
Second Rolf- Rutowski, Radzik, Dicke, Geiger, Laczcwski, Smith, l.eZak,
Tfzfrd Raza' Walters, Johnson, Wbssling, Bud, Kuhnlcin, Dauginas, lfilley,
Botiom Ruiz'-Frank, Faleczck, Niall, Kuekcr, Payilanis, Nuaas, Dirksen
Top Roz: '-f' Paskicwicz, Dapkus, Kuhek, Brandon, Spukhout, lforscythe,
Burgess, Yan Nllestrop.
Sefonrf Roia'fDuda, Blummcr, Hack Qrcs, Huisinga, Courscr.
Tfzfrd Rm: -Mazurick, Dykstra, Hiopocius, Paxikos, .-Xnderson, Chipas,
80170711 R0-za'-Far, Dcttrnann, Hillegonds, Willis, Petro, Hering, Halleran
Top Kara e-.-Xahye, liiskoski, Qpyd, Hide, Szuhryt, lfcddeler, Bergmann
Eisenlurandt, Szcdely, Heahcrt, Widelski, Jacobsen, Barrard.
SA'L'0?Iff' Rn-:J Slusarczyk, DeYrics, Nlullcn, Rusin, Carkon, liajdi, Dykstra
Burn, Onyschuk, Dunand, lon, Smith.
Third Knit --fRingcy, Ferguson, NYallin, lalndgren, Geiger, Ferris, Cappozzo
Muni, YYestwatcr, Koriened, Wilson, Yettcrick, Fatmnarek, Barttlay.
Hollow Ro-za'-Rolm, llida, Potts, Botrfma, Burkland, Tinich, Sorkis
Dugan, Bartok, lindsay.
Top Rn-za' Holrnquist, Miller, Bchaz, lfitzpatrick, King, Allison, Yan
Oyerniin, Herdt, lfrank, Hcrznandez, Hendrickson, Bidrst, Frank.
-Vrfomf Ro-14'-Klaclak, Bankowski, Tharncr, Lovato, Knippcr, Rossi
Golio, Dughctti, Dzzhlke, Prokop, Broccardo, Alfrand, .-Xhbeduto.
T,G:'2'11' Nota'--Yzlrider laitgucn, Hluck, Toczyl, Leo, Witte, Pudlo, Danielson
Kendzicrski, Mazzacavalto, Massoglia, lfilzonc, Florck, Wlilson.
Bottom Ro-:U Osterhcrg, Wlerner, Pctusa, lfalk, hlorrison, Kirner, hlaltman
C,A,g,!l ldkxs.,-Q: -'
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Raymond Brooks, president, Jane
Mathewson, vice-president, June
Mathewson, secretary and Jean De
THE BALLAD OF SNOW-WHITE AND THE SEVEN DWARFS
Dedicoted tothe Potron Soint of Cleon Up Week---Snow Whlte
Long long ago, in castle grand
Was born a baby fair.
Her skin was white, her eyes were dark,
Like ebony, her hair.
Her cheeks were like the reddest rose
This lovely little mite.
And as she grew so fair was she
That she was called Snow-White.
But 'ere she passed from infancy,
Her kindly mother died.
And soon there was another queen
By her dear father's side.
The lovely queen was young indeed,
And she was grand to see.
But in her magic mirror she aired
Her haughty vanity.
"Oh magic mirror upon the wall,
Please tell me this right now.
Who is fairest in the land?,'
The mirror answered, "Thou."
When Snow-Wlhite was twelve years of age
Her beauty was so great,
That, jealous of her pure sweet face,
The queen was filled with hate.
The queen went to her mirror once more
And told the glass her quest.
The magic mirror could not lie,
"Snow-VVhite is the best."
Her face grew green with jealousy,
Her heart grew black with hate.
She chose her cruelest warrior
To seal poor Snow-VVhite's fate,
But when the time to kill the girl
ln forest deep and wild,
The huntsman's hard heart melted and
He could not slay this child.
He left her in the woods to roam
Among the rocks and rills.
And after wand'ring long she found
A hut among the hills.
Snow-VVhite went to the little hut
And stepped inside the door.
Such filth and squalor, dust and dirt,
She neler had seen before!
She raised her hands in great dismay,
And then took up a broom.
Then clean and sweet and shining bright,
She made the little room.
At last, tired from her wanderings
She searched 'round for a bed
She found one, up a stairway small
And on it laid her head.
When she awoke some hours hence,
Her brown eyes opened Wide.
For seven wrinkled tiny men
VVere standing by her side.
"How come you here," the first one asked
"Now you must go away."
But Snow-VVhite pleaded hard and long
And was allowed to stay.
So Snow-VVhite lived there happily,
She'd cook and scrub and mend.
'Till the cruel queen heard this and vowed
Hcr life was at an end.
The wicked queen disguised herself
And went to Snow-VVhite's door.
.And twice she vainly tried to end
Snow-VVhite's life evcrmore.
But next she brought an apple fresh,
All round and rosy red.
The girl did eat, fell to the ground
Alas, Snow-VVhite was dead.
"Gazzoksl" she cried. "l've won, l've won!
l've played the upper hand.
Snow-White is dead and I'm again
The fairest in the land."
Her lifeless form was borne to rest
By the seven little men.
And loatli to place her in the earth,
They made her bicr of glass.
They placed her on a mountain top,
And 'round her bier they knelt.
The dwarfs, the birds, the beasts did show
The sorrow that they felt.
A gallant prince rode by one day,
And saw the sleeping maid.
Was smitten at the sight with love
Of her who here was laid.
He begged the dwarfs that he might take
Her body far away.
That in his palace glorious,
The fair Snow-VVhite might lay.
.At first the dwarfs would not consent,
But seeing his sad face,
Mournfully they answered, "Yes", and
Bore her from the place.
But as they bore the bier one tripped,
And gave it a hard jolt.
The piece of poisoned apple then,
Was shaken from her throat.
Then SnowiVVhite Opened her great eyes,
And heaved a little sigh.
With her white arms she ope'd the lid,
And said, "Alive am I."
The dwarfs and prince were overjoyed,
The prince leaped to her side.
And tremblingly he took her hand
And asked her for his bride.
So lovely Snow-Vilhite Wed the prince
Yes she became his bride.
And they lived happily ever after,
Always side by side.
Tap Row -lkiillcr, Torok, De
Cavada, Anderson, Holcombe.
.Yemnd Row-Harper, Hanken,
Chmielowski, Kozak, Dikos,
heim, W'iersma, W'assman,
Burke, blurdock, Hint.
Rormm RowfAsboth, Zanstra,
Hemmer, Hanson, Glackson,
Zanica, McBratney, Rodin.
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lVlARGARE'l' EX. DEYINE
ROBERT L. REINSCH
. English, Latin
, General Science
. English, Algebra
. . Drawing
Top Rawfl. Carroll, Pl. VVall, Antim-
aitis, Trongeau, Caruso, D. VVz1ll,
Zsetenyi, Robinson, Nlihalko, Ber-
Second Rowel. Kocolowski, George,
Crinion, Mcflarvey, Fogcs, Gorchus,
O. Kocolowski, Elliot, Trabenda
Bottom Rowe-R. Carroll, Kadzir,
Salas, Frangclla, Kroc, Strom, Hinko,
Top Row4lVlcPhillips, McKee, Chin,
Nlorgan, Tunbcrg, Soti, Nagy, Passi,
Racz, Siemienus, Osborn.
Semnd Rowflalthcrm, VVadiak, Spi-
vak, Nlateroh, Spinelli, Zagalia, Con-
sratine, Kalwicl, Sush, Kclbowslii.
Bozfom Row-Scott, Pore, Lockwood,
Earnshaw, Fanzlaw Almcrantz,
Rward, Satay, Wlarholyk.
Top Rowfjangen, Rosenfeld, Boyd,
Parejko, Barnes, McElvain, Stumper,
Swortfiger, Bukovitz, Wise, Jijccek,
Tiz, Remo, Braderson.
Second Row-Arquilla, Boyle, Bertak,
Frangclla Cavcrt, Koppelman, VVcek-
ley, Butt, Karrcls.
Boltom Rowfficnevesc, Pervenecyi,
Antal, Sliocypcc, Bowman, Brisin,
Gyure, Salavec, Ballcu.
Top Row-Bnlku, Remo, Rosenfeld,
Boyle, Finney, Englin, Henderson,
Benton, Stumper, Gabriel, Passi,
Barich, Zellinka, Salvac, Chin, VVhite.
Sfmmi Row- Broderson, Enmons,
Karruls, Johnston, Sites, Arquilla,
Earnshaw, Lockwood, McValin, Soti,
Racz, Adinamis, Emery, Yarbrough,
Boftom Row---Schott, Bresin, Rich
Ulrich, Carey, Tunhcrg, lWorgan.
Lennon, Bowman, Poylyak, Berg?
1: I 1 Q
tflm, Lek, Q-A,
Tap Row-H.johnson, Labus, Iwancis,
Zelinlia, BL-nton,A. Iohnson,Adinamis,
Cyborski, Bilas, Salvo.
stein, Sims, Bowes, Barich, Gill,
Hmmm Raw' Fcjcs, Karrr-ls, Gabriel,
Gwizdalski, Carey, Finney, Plowak,
Top Row Hiirke, Macko, Carlson,
jankun, liwaniszyn, Ciardnvr, Amen-
dola, Toth, Murphy, Svohocla, Baffo
Sffund Rn-za' -Cavato, lllo, Milko,
Moron, Hralwr, lfich, Clarritano
Hankowsksi, Novcllo, Frank, I crotta:
Zavlik, Chomko, Cassel, fiarhaczew-
ski, I-less, Murray.
Ballom Roi: Yuhasz, Salas, :Xllison
Balji, Chrisingzl, Lake, Bcnuvcnti
Doloszycki, Lennon, HQ-gvduis.
Top Row--Labus, Carcy, Ulrich
Barnes, Christcngcr, Toth, Berg
Serond Row-f jankun, Hcrgandi, Bod-
nar, Frank Czyl, Kalwiel, Rosonfeld
Bottom Row---Burke, Gbur, Gwizdal-
ski, Morgan, Tunbcrg, Zlcnha, Scott
Top K0-zo' Hudstrom, Saxrnonelis
Frenczy, Whitt-, Yarbrough, Studer
Cittadino, Pt-rrota, Mead, Odom
Second Raw- --Scrutchions, Stanton
Dc-mkowicz, Slcnczlca, Br-kc, Santora
Regina, Johnston, Szlndstrom, Em-
Barlow Roi: H-liroll, lvisc, Fnglin
Henderson, lvlrich, Bm,-rg, :Xutcnrieth
On Klarch twenty-first, the first day of spring, at
the Burnside Branch everyone came to school with
spring coats, and hats. Iiveryone just forced himself
to attend to classes that morning. If by chance a
visitor had gone into a room, he would have seen the
pupils looking, wistfully out of the windows instead
of watching the experiments in science Miss Dole was
performing. At lunch time we all scurried outside
and into the school yard, Coach Palmer and some
boys were playing baseball at one end of the yard,
and at the other, girls were playing baseball, some
pupils took an early spring walk around the school
building. I really believe the bell fingers were most
reluctant and after the very last second rang the bell.
VVhen they did ring the bell, no one heard it, or at least
pretended not to for spring fever had really innoculated
its germ. Soon all were in classes again, but when
ninth period came, the pupils in Kliss Change's Latin
were very restless and uneasy, At two-thirty there
was such a rush for the door that they almost mobbed
each other in getting out. All this in lVIarch-the
first day of spring.
1:1 prize, Courier Context
SPRING EVISNTS AT BURNSIDIQ
At Burnside, the smallest branch, activities reached
a new high-the First club, Qother than the G. A. AJ,
was formed-A new Latin Club was created-35
members including five boysehfliss Congetta Change
is sponsorfA new wood shop was establishedf
Instructor, hlr. Reinschvliola Gabriel in a solo toe
dance in Amateur Show and Great Waltz-Carl
Labus played several pieces on his hflarimba for the
Courier AssemblywLawrence Balku and john Caruso
won a trip to Detroit this summer in model airplane
THIL ADYICNTCRE IN THIL CLUB HOUSE
lllhile walking down the street one day, I spied
through a window some boys who were having a meet-
ing in their club room. The window of the room was
open so I stepped close enough to overhear what was
being said. I could not see into the window because
it was dirty, but anyway they were talking about the
Fifth Street Bank. One boy said, "I'll get that money
if I have to." Another said, "I'll take the money
from the bank." And still another said, "If I get the
money from the Boardwalk Grocery Store, I'll be all
set.', "VVell, this is enough for me" I said to myself.
So I went down to the Police Headquarters, and told
them what I had overheard. The policemen went
in first and I followed. The policemen began to laugh,
and I wondered what was wrong. The policemen
then told me they were playing a game of Nlonopoly.
Conner Context 27Ld prize.
TRAYEILING THROUGH A FIELD OI" WAR
I.ast summer while I was in Xlichigan I saw a
practice War maneuver put on by the National Guard.
The soldiers were of two different troops. They hid
behind locks and tried to shoot down their enemy
just as though it were a real battle.
One team wanted to get a message to their fellow
members so they sent up a balloon to which a message
was tied. The enemy tried in vain to get it down.
This battle kept on for five days. Each man was
given food, clothing and shelter as though it were a
real war. They became accustomed to it, and now if
we should need some soldiers, we know some are
prepared. But I, and everyone I know, hope the
United States will never find this necessary.
CURTIS - LITERATURE
MY VISIT TO GETTYSBURG
I have visited Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. As I
stood on that field Where the "Battle of Gettysburg"
had been fought, I let my mind drift, and what I
imagined gave me a strange feeling. Around me were
many monuments on which had been carved pictures
of men fighting in action, as you might say. I could
almost see them moving, fighting, killing, and
dying. Being a patriot was their chief faultg their
faith, as many lay dying, horribly wounded, per-
haps by theit own relations, not knowing what had
happened to his loved ones back home. No! VVar
is not worth such a sacrifice. I felt it distinctly
and vehemently, I did not realize what a
spectacle I was making of myself, for I had stamped
my foot on the ground with fists clenched in my
agitation. I left Gettysburg feeling I had treaded on
EDITH ELLEN FINNELL
Courier Contest In Prize.
FIQBRUARY I5-Newstaff of Ifenger gave first
assembly of year for the freshmen-QMARCH 3-
Florence Napoli and Claude jones interviewed by
Fenger News-Ray Hines won one dollar at Silas
Rlarner ShowYEvery boy in division 200 are B. A. A.
Xfembers-Ruth Zeigler elected President of Student
Council-Kinball Howes-Secretary-Jules Bowland
Treasurer-NIARCH 3I1FI'OSl1 Y of Branches elected
officers-Ijlaine George-President-AViolet Dowiat-
Vice-President-Ruth Zeigler-Secretary and hffary
Booth-Treasurer-First Social of year by Lunchroom
Service group on INIARCI-I I8-Members of Honor-
Roll increased from 37 to 46.
THE sm y
One thing that shall never be controlled by man is
the sea. Those vast stretches of billowing waves,
those thundering powerful arms that pull all that they
reach into their mysterious depths, shall never be
The sea is free: a siren, romantic, and majestic.
Great stories have been written about her and those
men who ride on her crests.
Nfysteries surround her.
To the people of ancient Greece she was a goddess,
held in adoration.
All know of the fairies thought to dwell thereg
mermaids, who entice unsuspecting sailors to their
doom, and of Davy Jones's locker where ships contain-
ing untold wealth lie at rest.
Sweet is the lullaby she hums when the moon
climbs the cloudless heaven.
Her gentleness inspires awe, and I salute her, ruler
of my emotions.
ANN LYNCH, 2nd prizf.
VVhile I was camping last summer I learned that it
is a risky thing to sit with your back against a stone
fence. Once when I read a book after lunch and all
was quiet at the camp, one day I heard something
rustle behind me. As it sounded like a piece of paper
moving to a fro by the wind, I paid no attention to it at
first, but it kept on rustling. I looked around. Then
I made the champion jump of the world. Not five
feet away from where I had been reading, I saw a
huge snake gliding smoothly over the loose stones of
the fence. I have since been told that black snakes
don't like old stone fences,--neither do I, anymore.
Top Row-Hughes, Beadley, Dempsey
Gillon, Restain, Carillo, Blais, Huber
Carlberg, Hedlund, Broling, Gortaido
Gilberteen, Hiner, Erickson.
Serond Row-Barnerd, Firth, DiSanto
Farino, Arvia, Bross, Brand, Camabech
Del Sotto, De Young, Gibney, Casolin
Ferguson, Haminsky, Cascrio.
Ballom RowfGustafson, Farkas, Hocnke
Del Santo, Flekey, Dykstra, Erickson
Johnson, Frcil, Allgress.
Top Row-Daehn, Arellio, Copenhaver
Dobrinski, Aaby, Lynch, Laurrc, Van
Knicken, Panozzo, Verdnin, Propati,
lWoravolo, Bidesc, Nlencinsky, Glociski,
Snromz' Row-Van Dom, Koszut, Bresna-
hnm, Stewart, Brunetti, Anctil, Ferpotto,
George, Sidler, Balzer, Bimrose, Loi-
chinger, Pivarunas, Boand, Fulop, Cross
Bottom Rowflgradlcy, Brutzman, Mag-
Qiorto Rovhill Michalak, Minta, Bruce
A 1 . , . D ,
Land, Krcdens, Algreen, Hulkowich
Top RaweADeAnroni, Simoni, Hassea
Snow, Zotti, Jendryaszek, Zanon, Cana-
lini, Valente, McNeill, Yonker, Varroni
Second Row-Eichwedel, S tarkey
McBeth, Kakvis, Hufkcr, Freeze, Napoli
Phillips, Evans, Tiogo, Romba, Biga
Boztom Row-Owak, Mandeoc, Gundberg
Feuillan, Mrva, lklalekowski, Mackintosh,
Vandenburg, Venturelli, Dumont, Gund-
Top Row-Miller, Schug, Spoor, Stasey,
Dal Santo, Bortalami, Chidichimo, Cia-
bottini, Krapil, West, Riegel, Phillippe,
Magnusen, lppolete, Herman.
Semnrl Raw-Esterhammon, Holzinger,
Barney, Chilelli, Bernier, Dc Lorenzo,
Dexon, Gonzalez, Blouin,Givens, Booth,
Biavardi, Piazza, Dal Dose, Land.
Botlom Row-Corwin, Nelson, Barry,
Gibson, Kopp, Anderson, Siep, Lenz
Top Row--Richard, Jemis, Johnson,
Klaris, Vanderwarf, Ericks, Devin, Horne,
Lc Noble, Chessman, Karig, Anderson,
Seanad Row-Chris, Tackes, Smith,
Johnson, Ferry, Smito, Mark, Miginnis,
Meycrchick, Masics, Marten, Rosenh
hauer, Kasper, Fischer.
Bottom Row-Meyering, Lindgren, Mirkel ,
Kondrath, Anderson, Goettles, Hoprelien
Sonnevely, Libke, Buwalda.
Top Row-Gundbcrg, Gadlin, Gibson,
Vcrduin, Propati, Brady, Friel, Riegel,
Stascy, Biavardi, Phillipp-3, Chcssman,
Kosing, Elscy, Sarkisian.
Second Row -Ziegler, Carlberg, Dixon,
DeLorcnzo, Mcyerchick, Maiscr, Gustaf-
son, Johnson, Wicgcl, Anderwarf, Horne,
Dc-vin, Erickson, Brand.
Bottom Row' Flctcllcr, Nlundo, Bisbee,
Goctrlur, Faron, Roberts, Hcnis, Bc-ssett,
Kudukis, Howss, Mcrkcll.
Top Row' Shallcnbergcr, Luric, Stobz,
Petrcikis, Brunctti, Dicnnes, Blaine,
Nitz, Asdrouori, Smith, Booth, Panozzo,
Hornby, Glass, Roscnbaiser, Koszut,
Sefofld 130:12 Barnard, Cox, Yyitlorp,
Burial, Pruss, Bcdnarczyk, .-Xnctil, Brand,
Anagnas, Mcginncs, Zurek, George,
Dsavoung, Snito, Loicliingcr, Van.
Hallam Row- Sn-kcly, ,-Xstuscllo, Dt-Wir,
Goodpastnr, Goril, Gortardo, Carlson,
Drolvt, Buncu, O'I.avig, Cook.
HONOR CLUB 13
Top Raw- Dixon,Kz1iscr,Riordan,I.evin,
Dal Santo, Zclglcr, IXIz1sur, lxleycrchlck,
-Icmiola, Maroavolo, Vandurwarf.
Semnrl' 1f0'lUA'l3lITlI'OSC, Ferry, Brunetti,
Ferpatto, Sullivan, Gaotto, fursk, Sidler,
Bottom R0-1c'fBirtcr, Pitt, Roscnliaurcr,
Brady, Bidcsu, Peacock, Sicp, Hollinger,
Top Row' Phillips, Sorkisian, Napoli,
Biavardi, Mcycrchick, Maziur, Dal
Santo, Aabyc, Roscnbaucr, Diencs, feig-
Strand Row -Vcrdan, Bcllus, Zurck,
Gatto, Chilclli, Woicick, Brand, Bound,
Boltom RowfPropati, Porte-n, Senory-
aszck, VVz1Ils, jcrniola, Klaris, Kimbald,
Bcssctt, Kudukis, Bisbcc.
Top RowACarlson, Kondratli, Hines,
Varroni, Bradley, Rumba, Yan VaIBaiA
lic-rgcr, Droictt, Glbncr, Kunz, Propati,
Gotta rdo, Dumou tcdwa rd, Iulap.
Sefmnf Ruiz- Bishton, Kaiser, Iroin,
Yan Dom, Barncy, Zurrk, Mantesian,
XVo:ciCk, Kazantgas, George, Cook,
Bolfom RMC- -Sudt-w, Callntt, Crummil,
Palmer, Sidlcr, Hornr, Devine, Snow,
Biavardi, Madio, Buwalda, Mundo.
Top RowfMiddleborn, Kaiser, Petreikis
Smith, Hermann, Sehmeider, DeCorte
Twardy, Middenarf, Dienes, W'iegel
Lohrey, Odom, Steinkauer, Drollei.
Serond Row-Gerrling Galloy, Wvalls
Dmohoniski, Peters, Zattine, Gatto
Woieick, Sullivan, Riordin, Joniak, Gradl
Krass, Stark, De VVit, Stump.
Bodom Row-eBitter, Potts, Miller, Elsey
Sockrider, Elsey, Peacock, Madeal, Kazen
Top Row-jonc, Crince, VVeber, CoH"man
Jahn, Defliacomo, Bellus, Sarkisian
Dekker, Allen, Maktesia, Menke.
Second Row-Cox, VVittorp, Lerzian
Karlsen, Mahtesian, Adduce, Cuielli
Bollom Row-Szekely, Goril, Diette
Cholewa, Steffan, Godlin, Finnell, Ad:
duci, Bishton, Kimball.
Top Rowalourie, Mizgaote, Szabo, Med-
rano, Laws, Niemazyk, Ottolino, Johnson
Skogh, La Roche, Mareon, Ostarello
Semnri Row-Lapiaha, Tanis, Pattison
Radcliffe, Tortorici, Wyrkowski, Majew-
ski, Rossi, Loveless, Lewin, Projuti
Palmer, Stoltz, Vande-ran.
Boltom I-?owfSands, Roberts, Poch
Sineni, Rogicki, Visenti, Morehouse,
Mitchell, Sieher, Mundo.
Top Row-Kasper, Holzinger, Hayden,
Twardy, Nlasiere, Freeze, Riondan,
Del Santo, Biavardi, Phillippe, Johnson,
Panozzo, Ceralli, Piette, Feyzet, Jawor,
Joniak, Erickson, blantesian, Laws.
Sefona' Row---Arello, Van Derba, Blick,
Cox, Chris, W'oicick, Ferry, Beyel,
Brienetti, De Young, Bideso, Meyerchick,
Simon, Peacock, La Roche, Van Dam,
Bottom Row-Tacker, Seeberg, Kramey,
Goltardo, Roman, Lynch, Xwiegel, Chidi-
chim, Bortolami, Vanderwarf, Riegel,
Top Row-Andrews, Kasper, Kaehn,
Bcllus, Barry, Hassen, Chidichim, Zeigler,
Dieues, Steinhauer, Klasis, Glass, Nlasier,
Verduin, Palmer, Horne, Gibson, lWarva,
lX'1ackintosh, Malikowski, Yenticrelli, Si-
moni, Snow, Blanche, Gilbersten, Cross.
S6'l'07lfl1 Row -George Anagncst, Dekker,
Bimrosc, Mauckvin, Stark, Evans, Na-
poli, Kakavis, De Lorno, Gotto, Odom,
Zanow, Jendryhszek, Nligininizi, Perpotto
Gonzalez, Asoorian, Brunetti, Soar,
Sarkisiaw, Summers, Piazza, Dal Santo,
Bottom Row'--Lund Market, Kondrath,
Gundberg, Brady, Biavardi, Phillippe,
Breding, Bidese, Finell, Anderson, Kopp,
Goodpaster, Howes, Merkel, Ardcno,
Louis 'lf Cook ,,,.,
EDNA DUNKER .
MARJORIE M. GIAAVIN
BERTHA E. JENKINSON
GEORGE KNIGHT ,
HEl,EN G. LANDERS .
F1.s1E C. NIEINHARDT
IDA B. PETRICK .
FRIEDA O. ROBINSON
lVIARJORIE P. Sci-rum .
RUTH M. WHITE .
ILASTIQ R BONN ETS
Flowers, buttons, pins or a feather.
Decorate hats with a change in the weather.
Big bows of ribbon tied under the chin,
Silk linings and satin is found within.
Red or yellow or maybe blue,
It may be brown straw or black satin too.
Big brims, small brims or none at all,
Xlake you look short, fat, skinny or tall.
When the ladies choose their liaster bonnet.
. . Latin
, . English
HTHIC BILLLS OI" CORNlCVll.l.l'I"
Serpolette QThc Village 'cCut-Upwj Mary Palmer and
Germaine CCountess-To-Bej Bonnie Bimrose and
Gertrude Oiillage Klaidenj Kathleen Phillipi.
Manette Oillage Xlaidenj Rose Piazza.
Count Henri fCount of CornevilleD james Kondrath.
Grenicheux QFishermenj Leonard Merkel and Gene
Gaspard QA Miserj Kimball Howes.
Town Notary-John Nlerkel.
Pierre fHenri,s First Matel Garold Besset.
Village BoyfBill Klurphy.
Danseuse flfccentric Dancerj Shirley Brand.
They certainly make sure there's enough gadgets on it. Danseuse-'Berjery Sarkisian.
DirectorfDr. G. H. Knight.
Top Rowe f Roclutghuro, Chiaro,
Trentacosti, Karas, Trclinski, Nitz
Summers, Theis, Shollcby, Raffin,
.Wfddfr Row- Potaczek, H. Bed-
narclhk, Ba-ycl, Bass, NI. Bed-
narczgk, O. johnson, Ylasis,
.-Xskooias, Kunz, Anagnost, Xlaraa
Ffaxff Ruiz' Kudukis, Coummie,
ing,O'l tary, Crnnnnic, Michcletto,
Top Rn-rr' Markcl, Nlunari, Ua-
browski, Ciospodarck, Anastarpou-
los, Class, Boat, Politylls, feiiglcr
Corrado, llufkcr, jawor, lfryzel,
.W."1l'd.Q' Rn-:C -I. Rago, Pitt, Black,
Wvierzbinslli, Baht-ck, Kalantas,
Zurek, Levin, Sit-nicks, Mazuir,
-Xndrew, Sorrentins, Nlazzacavallo.
Kaisbey, Nlnrphy, Cavikowsl-ci.
ffotfom Razz' Nloennich, Cullin
Subcig, Bcrnar, llainluy, Collins,
Kontos, Dyhitus, Kcwandowska
Remington, Kayden, Potter, Breda
MT. VERNON LITERATURE
The only thing I heard up in my bedroom was the
whistling of the wind. Then like a clatter of thunder,
the clock in the hall pealed out unearthly gongs which
aroused me from a most interesting book. Then a
tingle of fear ran through me, to me, the situation was
weird and uncanny. The wind and its horrible
whistling, alone in a large house, the clock pealing out
the twelfth hour, and to add to my dilemma, the
blood curdling tale was, "The Insidious Dr. Fu Klan-
chu." I shuddered and tried to start reading again,
but always I would glance up to see if anyone were
really standing next to me. Each little creak aroused
an intense fear. I became so frightened that I immedi-
ately took all our Chinese Knick Knacks out of my
sight. Finally in desperation, I threw down my book
and opening our front door I spent the rest of the night
out on the front porch waiting for somebody to come
Next morning my mother asked me if I had been
frightened. Aly reply was, Hhle? fourteen years old
and scared? Hal Hain
A RAINY DAY
When I awake upon a rainy day,
It makes me feel so very blue,
It really seems to make you pay and pay,
For all the sunny days you knew.
I know there is a lot to do,
And also much there is to say,
But little or nothing now appeals to you
Indoors upon a rainy day.
Ambition is a wonderful thing. To have an
ambition is to have an aim, a goal, an aspiration for
life, everyone should have an ambition. All great
leaders have had ambitions. VVashington, Lincoln,
and Franklin all had ambitions, although perhaps as
they grew and developed, their ambitions changed to
more suitable and practicable ones. Ambition is not
dreaming of castles in the air, and knights and ladies,
it is rather an individual's aspiration toward a highest,
a best, and noblest ideal, a striving toward a goal.
Strength of character develops when the formation
and realization of an ambition takes place. We are
best fitted for our life work when we have been planning
and fulfilling a destiny all our lives. We should have
the best and highest aims in order that the fulfillment
of them might show the strength and beauty of a well
fitted and planned career. Those who have the right
kind of ambitions are usually the ones who succeed.
Courier Context 2nd prize.
A girl could read or cook or sew or draw,
A boy could build some model airplanes,
Then, too, I know it isn't against the law,
To go outdoors in pouring rain.
But I-why I just seem to sit and mope,
Ifntil the daylight fades and soon is gone,
And all the while I fret, believe, and hope,
That rain wonft last the whole day long.
Conner Contfft, Poetry Ut prize.
VVINI!-'RED A. GALLAGHER
Ai.icE C. Epox' .
ROYAL P. KIRCHNER
HARRY KOEDYKER .
A. XY. Nlonkow
TSORMAN PIC!-.ARD .
I.A1'RA VERHOEVEN .
ALMA B. XVATSON .
lt was out in the Rocky Mountains on a warm .Iuly
day. We were driving along in a car on a steep incline
a few miles away from listes Park.
As we rounded a bend in the road, we saw a huge
hill ahead. A few minutes later we began our ascent.
As we neared the top, we could see that the road ahead
made a sharp hairpin turn. Ilve were about to make
the turn when, to our dismay, the motor began to
sputter and then--died. In spite of good brakes, we
slipped into a roll backwards-down the long hill.
Faster and faster we sped, and we were soon approach-
ing a place where the road turned. The driver franti-
cally and desperately tried to turn,but it seemed that
the steering rod had broken. Ile were now within
fifty feet of the bend, and, if a miracle did not happen
to aid us in the turn, soon we would be off the road-
down into a deep one hundred and fifty foot gully.
On and on we went, until all of a sudden a crash came,
and the car was hurthng into space.
A sudden thud, and I woke up with an intense
headache-for I had fallen out of bed following a
thrilling nightmare. XYILLIAM lYixoi5N11o1.s
Top Row-Allen, Hurley, Roe, Piehl,
Cottcr, Bonnar, Avignonc, Torrey, l'ott.
Second Row-Guettner, Holmquist, Bos-
graf, Vander Meer, YYilliam, Sutton,
Bolmm Row-Koopman, Boege, Geary,
Carpentar, Reuter, Maurer, Lucas, Bain.
MT. VERNON 301
Top Row-Kelly, Rasmussen, Schultz,
Koopman, Dalton, Bandstra, O'Kccfc,
Fribcrg, Dewinter, Rosser, Trot-dson
Second Rota'-DeVi-ies, Lestoein, Vcrbeck
Soderstrom, Rolla, hlohrman, Cooke
Lclfring, Vanderkleyde, Verhagen.
Bottom Rau'-Thomas, Shea, Hamilton,
Adams, Postma, Lang, Suk, Miller.
. Assistant Principal
. . Latin
. General Science
. . English
. Household Arts
IYALT DISNliY'S FIRST FICATURIQ-I.l'lNGTH
After working three years, IYalt Disney has com-
pleted an animated motion picture in technicolor that
will remain in the minds of all who see it. This master-
piece is 4'Snow IYhite and the Seven Dwarfs," a story
that everybody has heard time and again. This is
not an ordinary movie but one in which every detail
is drawn by three hundred of the best artists in the
world. A camera, costing eight thousand, seven
hundred fifty dollars, was used. The faces of the
dwarfs were designed from live characters thus prevent-
ing the animated look that they might have had.
Companies producing real life pictures predicted the
picture as very unsuccessful, but Disney would not
listen. Now that the film is completed and proven
to be a success, these same companies want to buy
some of Disney's artists, but it is believed, because of
Disncyls kindness to his workers, that few if any will
This picture has opened a new chapter in the story
of motion picture Elms.
Top RowwSlehos, Stawicki, McBroom
Zikas, Mickis, Spikings, Samuelson,
Second Rowe-Leo, Strikulas, Robinson
Mueller, Barnes, Phillips, Gudas, Ericks
Botlom RowiVan Cum, Riehe, Kekstas
Koc, johnson, Roe, Zilis, Merington
Stiehlcr, Peterson, Swanson, Krasc.
Top Row--Thompson, Stulpinus, Castel-
ctti, Burns, Pzwck, Fisher, Ulrich, Rance,
Winterhofl, Kramer, Bubnar.
Second Row-O'Kccfe, Vinke, Torrey,
Oviyack, Rynberk, Costalunga, VValdner,
Duncan, Staat, Hameetman.
Bolfam RawMBoersmu, Bosgraf, Binva,
Carlson, Torreano, Nelson, Soukup, Van
Top Row-Evers, Geary, Anderson,
Resk, Meyer, Fckmnn, Kooister, Vllzztt,
Bucklen, Panozzo, Engstrom, Dorn,
Second R0wfMiller, Matushek, Vllrona,
Gloude, Tobiusv, Bresnyan, Scott, Hoek-
stra, Persenaire, Vander Will, Johnson.
Bolmm Row-Lyckberg, VViberg, Berg,
Augustyn, Basuno, Mzllle, Hickey, Dap-
kus, Holy, Anderson.
Top Row--Arends, Tiogoly, Perraitis,
Paznrskas, Vassalo, Keogh, Vanvlymen,
Tidlnnd, Wlulker, Nlinuth, Jennings,
Snow! Row--Godshnll, Backlund, Buf"
fington, Dubherkzl, Hurst, Cromwell,
Larson, Teorpc, Garperin, Nichols, Lund-
Baftom Row--DcValk, Kaufman, Kuyf
pc-rs, Pauhk, Anderson, Kruizengzl, Rust.
Tfzfml Row- Ooms, Clausing, 'lie Brake,
Henrickson, Cooper, hflnurer, Lucas,
Bnrhutas, Kros, Girotc.
Sevonzl' R015--Corcoran, Kelliher, Pilar,
Chmelinn, Bauer, Van Brussel, Czlndilas,
Vander Ploeg, Neil, Torstcnson, Nelson,
Bollom Row-Buwulda, Bolt, Bierma,
Butkus, Wenzlng, Newton, Lipke, Becker,
'l'o,1i Ruiz' .'X2ll'dSIT1Ll, MCDurH'y, Norlmerg,
l'ior, l.t-iliv, Huntur, lfllis, Bain, Bridis,
Kinumu, l-slioy, Rogurs, Czxrpunter, Ma-
lzidrii, Cot tvr, Hupp.
Strand Ruiz' Clmpnizxn, Puvlucku, Avig-
nonc, Rickman, Fiorcngi, Yzmdcrlcc,
Fzillaunthail, Yun Rzimshorst, Kutshc-,
Reis, Cook, Xvillizlms, -lzlzlx, Lum, Castil-
If-tri, Burnliztm, luftudztl.
Hotfnm Rate' Nichols, Brodcn, Minl-Lu,
llzividcnus, Soltysiztk, Jcnscn, Opyt, Volt,
Allen, Hurley, Xvxtgricr.
Top Rn-za' Clcttcnburg, BOldLlC,ciCI'Il1l.I'1d,
Donovan, .-Xpplt-nizin, lorstcnsnn, Holc-
nor, l,L'ci1lSSO, Brown, Clusius, ci2lClbOlS,
Sf'l'fJ7lff Roca Hamlin, Dyke, Ncbcncluhl,
Carlson, Hoholik, fzxucwdat, Koslnwslii,
Vander Mull, Dyke, Houxtrziup, M1-ndell,
Bnffonz Rn-:C Roof, Mintcrcorn, Wolf
Gulluns, lflort-lc, McClellan, Schultz'
Mitt, Sclirrurs, RoL'cly'kr".
Top Ra-cc .-Miosius, Douglas, Suvio,
F.mricl'x, Koster, Michudzi, Holuluixik,
Ulu-rg, johnson, lfill-1'.
-Slt'f'll1lIf Ruiz' llinc, -lolinson, Cnppozzo,
liucchini, Lotigrun, .-Xnclcrson, Dc Vries,
fXird,l'lz1lCl:tss:lri, Millyr, SLll'fOI1,l'li1gCI'l'V,
Schulru, l7'Ottuvis, Hanson.
lfwffml Ruiz' Hugliw,.-Xlliod,.-XL1sl1c'1'mz1n,
Ruutcr, Mltliling, Covich, Rcnworthy,
Nydztni, lvzzi. Millur, llumphrcy, limp,
plvr, Hvclcinzm, lficliolv, Igllifli, Christo-
ROOM if W
Hnlfwu Rn-za' Dyck, B1lY'W'CQfL'Il, Simons,
lfcllcrlioH', Omiclg, Mlm-lin, Prolwrt, Prick-
son, llnrtur, .-Xdducci.
Siffrnnf Rf,-:U Siskat, l.:1wlt-sw, Aulwrurm,
Burlug, Noll, NYliittt-nluurg, ROI'lCLlgllOUC',
Morriv, lxl1lCI'L'S,fjI'YR', liulmwk, Fcinstcin,
'fwfr Row Minkcmn, Prump, Hull, Vlfst-
lund, hurts, Yinliv Rizzcolo, lN'lcl'lL1gl1,
ls'f,f1mm Rnzz' O'l7onm-l, johnson, Yun-
Cirondcllv, YL'lSOI1, Shtrrill, Wop, Yun
Nffmzff Nvzp' XY:tgtnlig1lQ, Voss, Mostt-rt,
Top Nffrc lionnztr, Murtgtgzuigh, Pritcli-
:1rd,llolm, Vitt, Holmquist, Yztridt-rMt-ur,
l'3oxLfr:1Pt', l'it'lil, Scliinliz.
Top Row--Barwagon, Ausherman, Webl-
ing, Tecrlink, Cooper, Koster, Adams,
Hamilton, Lucas, Dalton, Johnson.
Second RowfBeclccr, Ellis, Nydam
Buwalda, Hull, Nyberg, Bowelet, Helson,
Bump, Kausrud, Burnham.
Bottom R0'weKelliher, Corcoran, Eeller-
bolt, Vandermeyde, Rosser, W'agenhals
Nichols, Cooper, Van Vlymen.
Top R0'wfGadbois, Hull, Mickus, lWelish,
Schutz, Eicholz, Rasmussen, Ausherman,
Henrickson, Lang, Barnes, Cooper, Teer-
linlc, Krause, Feinstein, Feinstein.
Sefond RawfCarlson, Vander Wlall,
McHugh, Sand, Beckman, VVestlund,
Robinson, Lucas, B:1uer,Lucchini, Maltox
DlOttairo, Hughs, Haustrup, Nyberg.
Bottom Row-McClellan, Savio, Koster,
Newton, Michuda, VVelin, Koopman,
Suk, Spilcings, Gernand.
Top Row-Rasmussen, Hubricli, Larson,
Carpenter, Robinson, Anderson, Adams,
Lang, Geary, Guettner, Costalunga,
Third Raw-Lucas, Girote, Anderson,
Evans, Kenworthy, Fellerhotl, lVlucller,
Phillips, Rolla, Mohrman, Bader, Nelson,
Tissing, Tiogoly, Godshall, Burnham,
Houstrup, Nybcrg, Cooper, Gadbois,
Firtvt RoweDouglas, Stawicki, Wlelin
Spilcings, Hoey, Barnes, Becker, Mickas
Dc Vail, Wlagner.
Top R0wfVVenzlaf'f, Te Brake, Rickman,
Halubiak, Beckman, Kros, Covich, VVhit-
tcnburg, Torstenscn, Barbutos, Rogers,
Thfml Row-Hine, Voss, Candilas, Black-
burn, Ericrs, Verbeek, Cook, Baldassari,
Pilot, Hanson, Christopher Chasscur.
Sammi RowfGadbois, Pavek, Riebe,
Wlehling, Jaax, Becl-ter, Aushcrman,
Sutton, Rolla, Mohrman, Wlestlund,
Orne, Swanson, Burns.
Bottom Row-Stawiclci, Guilons, Qmick,
Hoey, Daplius, YV:-lin, Spilcings, Grynd-
strom, Diring, VVagner.
Top Row-Bolduc, VVintercorn, VVolf,
Van Vlymen, Maladra, Peterson, VVitt,
Douglas, Brauksma, Clettenberg, Bar-
Nleycr Persenaire, Leibey Gudas, Phil-
lips, Barnes, Mueller, Lofggren, Hagerty,
Third Rawflicrr, Rance, Anderson,
Nydam, Hurley, Harts, Reuter, Dalton,
Maurer, Lucas, Ooms, Adams, O'Keefe,
Bottom Row-Bolt, Bierma, Clausing,
Miclcus, Postma, McBroom, Michuda,
Koster, Savio, Rizzola.
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George Lockwood Earle Wesselius Alvin Friedsam
Fire Commifrioner Nffzyor News Repre,venml1'w
Sam Zafros Donald Smitter Fugenc Erickson
Poficf Cwzmzirimzer Park Commifrionar' Sanitmlv Commirriorzw
Shirley Snow Albert Verbeek Phyllis Rutherford
P.T.11. Rcpfwerzlative Alhfetir Commissioner 1W:zyor'r Serretrzry
The Student Council promotes, sponsors, and
supports the varied activities of the school. The
Arbor Day and Clean-Up Campaign were the tyvo
major projects. hloney was contributed by the
students to pay for trees and bushes ,which were
planted around the building and campus at an outdoor
program, April 22.
The Council is composed of one representative from
each division room. This group discusses and acts
upon matters that concern the school in general. The
mayor, elected by popular vote, and his cabinet which
he appoints are in oflice one semester. Principal
Frederick Schacht and Mr. John Kehoe are the faculty
"" ' A " STUDENT COUNCIL
Top R0wfGriHith, Arie, Nlihalo-
vits, Seney, Gaikowski, Narodow-
ski, Simonelis, Berg, Fagio.
Tlzird Row-Roeda, Edgren, Kach-
igizm, Mozga, Bryak, Vanyo.
Gniewek, Lackenberg, Palmo, con-
Holtom Rowe'-Fioravanri, Sexson
Tongeren, Ahlstrom, Tobakos,
Siomins, GriHin, Laws, Middle-
Top Row--Krapil, Gibbs, lVIusial
I-lillegonds, Hillegonds, Fennisf
Doodeman, Srernberg, Kueker,
Third Row-Legg, Nebelsiek, Cole-
man, Chiappori, Buckley, Chiaro,
Second' Row---N e l so n, M ali to,
Wolfe, Alexander, Munson, Neut-
out, Anderson, Brak, Gustavson,
Lundahl, VViersema, Niemeyer,
Bntlom RowfVcrbcek, Friedsam,
Zafros, Rutherford, VVesseliuc,
Kehoe, Snow, Smitrer, Lockwood,
A FENGER NEWS
Firrt Row-Betty Baer, Harry Johnson, Pearl Lupien, Greta Oh
Second RowflVIiss Mildred Taylor, Helen Roggeveen, Alberta Broom, Nadia Charydchak.
Third RawfCharles Leidberg, Alvin Friedsam, Rrna Dexter, Dar een Novak, Olive Anderson, Marjorie Lewin, Robert Hillstrom, Arthur
Fozfrllz Raw-Robert Carr, Delbert Ziegler, Ruby Brodeen, Jane Ma thtwson, .lure Matthevsson, Jean DeCook, Robert Brown, Russell Fiske,
FUN: Raw--Marjorie Gardner, Esther Berry, Evelyn Eylander, Algrid ocius, Raymond Siefsema, Helen Pearson, Anna Petraitis, jean Mattice-
Sixlh RowfNaomi Peterson, Doris Clauter, Gloria Matthews, Helen e Yeung, Emma Linsky, Dolores Spiker, Jean Rimmer, Alamg'Marie
TH15 FENGER NEWS
A staff of thirty-eight students is at work every day
throughout the semester to put out a six page weekly
paper for Fenger City. A total of seventeen issues
published this semester, three more than the usual
number, proves that this staff has been unusually
The most noticeable change is the streamlining of
the paper which was started this semester. Column
rules have been cut out, new headlines, Hush to the left,
have come into use, and the arrangement of the pages
have been revolutionized. Carrying out this work has
been the jobs of the page editors, Alvin Friedsam,
Erna Dexter, Darleen Novak, Olive Anderson,
hlarjorie Lewin, and Robert Hillstrom.
An outstanding feature of the paper has been the
great number of pictures. Believing that pictures will
add interest, the staff photographers, Algird Pocius
and Ray Sietsema, have provided splendid news
pictures for every issue.
Guiding the students in their work have been Betty
Baer, the present business manager, Harry Johnson,
f Lwhaffww ff .
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managing editor, Pearl Lupien and Greta Ohman, the
present assignment editors. A system of rotating has
been used this semester in the four executive positions
in order to give these four students experience in more
than one phase of the work. Ably assisting in the
business department during the semester have been
Robert Carr and Delbert Zeigler. Helen Roggeveen
has served as the feature editor and Alberta MeBroom
as editorial editor. Circulation has been in the hands
of Ruby Brodeen and Jane hlatthewson. Nadia
Charydehak has been the efhcient treasurer. Charles
Leidberg as sports' editor has managed this part of
Cooperation from all members of the staff has been
an important factor in achieving success.
Viiith the wish that the ensuing staffs continue in
improving the paper and making it one of Chicago's
best, the graduates Cwho will be sure to drop in soonj
say, "Au revoirn.
Undergrads pledge themselves to carry out this wish.
Placed at strategic spots, l"enger's hall guards motto
is wllhou shalt not pass until thy pass is shown", and
they mean it. Service it isffwith vim and vigor and
sometimes with a "Chestert'ieldean" air.
A COYRIICR Rl'fPRlCSl'iN'l1,'X'l'lX'lf niust be a
salesman in order to obtain subscriptions. He must
encourage the students to have their pictures taken
and to subscribe for the Courier. Along with these
duties comes the duty of collecting payments on the
Courier and depositing the sums to the financial
department of the Courier Staff. Xlany thanks to
these representatives for giving so graciously of their
time and ellort in helping the statl to sell the Courier!
JOURNJXLI SKI AND NICXYS
Two groups alhliated with the success ofthe lfenger
News are the beginning ,lOl,fRN1Xl.lSKI students and
the NILYYS RIQPRICSl'1N'l',fXrl1l'X'l'lS. The members
ofthe 15 ,lournalism class are taught the fundamentals
of news writing and learn the principles of make-up
so that they may till the vacancies which occur in the
News Stall at the close of the semester.
To keep a record ofthe money from their rooms and
to send in news items from their division are the duties
of the News representatives. Their enthusiasm and
accuracy is greatly appreciated by the ltenger News
and so they were the guests ofthe stall at a party given
during the semester.
N HWS R H I' R ESFNTATI VPS
also, Biava, Spit-khart, lVlarkley
Honeywell, l,ucas, Klaaren.
Razek, Vertach, Merlet.
.Vfrmzd Row-Nlrjenovich, Frigo
Tucker, linysz, Sears, Brza, Lund-
Hollow Rotvflfellerholf, Galin,
Cialin, Hast, lVallis, Vanderveer,
Schwarz, Hanson, I.. Hanson,
N FWS R I-I P R I-ISFN'I'A'I'IVES
ski, Spiller, Brogan, Olson, Van
San ten, Johnson.
Third Row--Lewin, Dagostino
Pregent, Hull, Harts, Dikos,
Serorffi Row-Nelson, Czagany,
Cole, Parker, Aurelius, Swanson,
Hollow R0-we Hendrickson, Dzimi-
das, Peterson, Johnson, Slcizynski,
Kekut, l,ebin, Stratinsky, Van
Taj: Row -Burton, l.ull, Torrey,
Bergstrom, laizak, Galin, Boone,
Holcombe, Oosten, Freel, Fertile.
'Iffzmi Rrrw-'Waters, Brand, Phil-
lips, l.evin, Charpic r, Rowe, Caru-
so, Clvvizdalski, Nedvar.
Sarmzfl Raw--De Vine, Meflzzghie,
Napoli, Quillman, Yiolante, Deiro,
Nelson, Swanson, Wialker, Gibson
T017 Row Boughan, Pudik, Kier-
Third Roi? W Misunas, Pence, Ross
seth, Mcfutcheon, Wblfgram,
Top Rn-rc -Allison, Onyschuk, Olis
Top Row'-Johnson, Yan YYyn-
Skizynski, Rcinhard, Tc-ir7, Xvcssc
Yan Burt-n, jankovic, Bass.
Thfruf Row -Sparrcy, Quillman
Brown, Pallagi, Donhzim, Bottini
VanclcrlVlcy, McKay, Erickson
VValClman, Austin, Arson, lrvinc
S1'ffl7lli1f0Uf"RlCCl0, Bright, Mull-
Adams, Mishiiikowotz, laicombe
Czach, lk-ahl, Bc-clilcr, Busho,
Clash, Schroth, Zafros.
Hfflfffnz Roi: Romha, Zunica, Ko
vacin, Kcukcr, Vcrhcek, Goetz
Bt-rgnsr, NlcClanahan, Buldoch
Tap Rate' Fishcr, Rybinslii, Pered
na, Curtis, Briscoc, Carta
Digirolamo, Zinamcr, Bloom, Voss
Kcylon, W'hctstonc, Nelson.
Sf'f071d Row-' Cedcrholm, Dickin-
son, Ciudas, Blomquist, Buhnar
Archibald, Blomquist, Germolec
Martin, Hull, O'Conncl, Zachos
Dt-VVolf, Morin, Friedman.
Thin! Row' Chard, Alexander
Mulholland, Ancy, DcLorcn2i
Beyer, Riccio, Nlcgaris, Olson
Rcinhard, Henderson, lrlcllinga
Civian, Wligm-r, Fiamerighi, Cap-
lin!fm21Ro-rc - Hi ttlc,Burnop,Hend-
worthy, Bruccr, Nladdcrom, Forte
Twp Ru-tc' Hayford, Slcvipelc, Ad-
ducci, Smith, St-tt, lfarncti, Kane
Booth, fiat-rtncr, Sullivan, Main
Nyicrscina, VVcbcr, Stcrribcrg, Bcn-
'l'f1im' Row Corricrv, Orlowski
lolhurst, Chanihcrs, Elliott, Pok-
rav, Snslow, Bclohlav, Nlerlo
lforslwt-rg, latwrcncc, ciIIlYUYUflI'l0,
.N'rwn11fl6nta' Nlichuda, Alexander
Kranzlq, Dt-Boer, Bright, Fccslxi
. . , Braglia, fullo, Thomas
llowt-ll, Sanos, Stoviny, Chiarodo
130110111 Roi: liotrc, Nlcnicycr,
Ciullans, Dahlstroni, Dahlstroni
ll-rillo, NH-lit-rg, Conrad, Bulr
Top Rau' -I. Gibson, B. Blummcr,
Schultz, H. Gagnon, D. lfriehcrg,
L. Aushcrman, V. Sharkcy, l.uZak,
L. lWunari, P. lunch, l.oWrcy, C
Semnd Rm: Al. Smith, H. l.inslcy
E. Clravandcr, F. Contus, l
Germolic, Nl. Adams, A. Blooms
quist, B. Dicck, ll. Nlarsh, M
Brown, H. Urcl, l.. -lilY1CCZL'li, K
Balham R010 S. Selby, A. Peter-
son, L. Ccdcrholm, K. VVcssman
VV. Hcring, A, Malonga, I
Halleran, l, Cironcki, l.. Bishton
A. Czacli, B. Balashis, Dillis
Vanderloog, Parker, S. Snow
Hcancy, Ryan, Vandermeer
Picl-card, F. Carlson.
M. Haturvich, Sec'y., G. Ohman, R. Ellis, S. Zafros, P. Bauer, P. Bartliay, Sec'y.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIICTY
One ofthe highest honors granted to a
Fenger student is to become a member
of the National Honor Society. To be
considered for membership a pupil
must be in the upper third of his class.
Election to this society is based on
particular merit in scholarship, leader-
ship, service, and character.
With impressive solemnity the
installation ceremony was held in the
Hill Auditorium ,lanuary 5, 1938.
Prin. Iirederick XV. Schacht gave a
short talk on the purpose and history
ofthe organization. The guest speaker
was Dr. R. C. Puckett, principal ofthe
Bloom Township High School.
In the candle ceremony Phyllis
Hansen, ,lohn Le Noble, Wayne Allen,
and Dorothy Racklitz gave short
talks, llvarren lVilner then gave the
torch to Alvin Ifriedsam, the present
president. Kliss Xlargaret Taylor
served as sponsor.
The spring semester installation
takes place Klay.
QUILL AND SCROLL SOCIIQTY
Seventeen journalistic - minded
students are now members of the
Fenger chapter of the Quill and Scroll
Society having passed the rigid require-
ments necessary for membership.
To acquire membership in this
society a student must be in the upper
third of his class, served two semesters
on the Iienger News Statl, have held
a responsible position, have Written at
least two hundred inches of printed
material, submitted three types of
stories to the National Chapter of the
Quill and Scroll Honorary Society, and
be recommended by the faculty ad-
Greta Ohman, president, Ililda Nebel-
siek, vice-president, George Lockwood,
second vice-president, Shirley Snow,
secretary, Vernon Hupp, treasurerg
and Pearl Lupien, program chairman,
wish to express their thanks to those
teachers who cooperated so kindly and
the students who responded so splen-
didly to help make their Literary
Contest a success.
Admittance into the Phorex, one of
the largest clubs at Iienger, is by
scholarship. To be eligible, one niust
have li or above in all majors and at
least G in all minors.
Students meeting the above re-
quirements for s e v e 11 consecutive
semesters are given permanent pins.
Those receiving pins this semester are:
Patra Bauer, Ray lfllis, Greta Ohman,
and Sam Zafros.
QUILL AND SCROLL
Seam!-Mary Stamp, Phyllis Hansen, Bruce Matheson, Pres. Alice May Duncan, Virginia Brehm.
Smnding-Jack La Fountain, Hilda Nebelsiek, Greta Ohman, Dorothy Ruchlitz, Vernon Hupp, Helen
Smith, Pearl Lupien, John Le Noble, Howard Boland, George Lockwood, Lorraine Linnert, Shirley
Top Row-La Fountaine, Holcombe, Lockwood, Bauer, Baer, Turnbull, Brehm, Sprietsma, Estabrook,
Anderson, Duncan, Bucholz, Berger, Aulwurm, Stamp, Chow, Erickson, McConnuchie.
Second Row-Le Noble, Legg, Kiefer, Lindskog, Ellis, Guyatt, Petriatis, Peterson, De Young, Rout,
Propati, Arquilla, Linnert, Smith, Borchardt, Byttow, Ohman, Thompson, Howes, Hupp, Sternberg.
Boflom Row-Clark, Dowiat, Lull, Van Rite, Hansen, Friedsam fjune Presidentj, VVilner fFebruary
Presidentl, Lupien, Allen, Rachlitz, Bomben, De Vries, Taminga, Christianson, Campbell.
Top RowfBuker, Rodighier, Gollnick, Burton, Goebig, Dahlman, Beemstenboer, Berry, Czach, Bryak.
Third Row-Lacombe, Chiarello, Adams, Walker, T. Bergstrom, Blais, Danielson, Fzmizzo, Zuliauskis.
Second Raw-Peterson, Allen, Leur, Johnson, Trenton, Nelson, Perraitis, Beck.
Bottom Rowffaiken, Honeywell, Deltova, Mrs. Rissler, Bliss Fluke, Balaishis, Oosten, Beaslzind,
Girlf not in I7f6fl47'8'DC Young, T.. Bergstrom, A. Bergstrom, Barriball.
Top Rowffiraefen, Born, Chief, Almgren, Vzillienbcrg, Faber, Kubinski, Bloom, Slager, Meskauskisl
Lundahl, Kaveckis, Carta, Olsen.
Third Row-Felkamp, Medcll, Savoyski, Guyatt, DeYoung, Borer, Verf-Took, Sidzi, Blcmquist, Eubnzir,
Stubbin, Digiralino, Zafros.
Second R0'wflVliss McCutcheon, Swanson, Mathewson, Feinstein, Barisis, Riccio, Gwizdalski, Strojny,
Langdo, Olsen, Busho, Mr. Schacht.
Botlom Row-Baciewicz, VVesse, Carlson, jamie, DcGroot, Kros, Nelson, Marchesu, Soucup, Pasnolcas.
PAR ENT-TEACH ISR ASSOCIATIC N
"All work and no playw is not the
maxim of this club, for several socials
in the gymnasium interspersed the
work of the library stalf. These
students receive valualtle training in
co-operation, seivice, and experience
in library work. Their activities in-
clude helping prepare books for circula-
tiong taking care of reserve shelves,
magazines, and study hall slips.
The office assistants gain excellent
experience and practical training in
office Work, answering telephones,
distributing mail, and helping in
office routine are their duties. These
girls, under the supervision of Kliss
hTcCutcheon, receive nuch practical
eXperience in Working for Klr, Schacht
and Mr. Dasher.
This competent organization. com-
posed of parents and teachers, truly
co-operates with school authorities in
promoting the best interest of our
school and schools in general. The
officers of this organization, under the
leadership of K rs. l,und are: Klrs.
Palner hlagliocco, Mrs. R. Stuart,
hir. F. YY. Schacht, hflrs. John Brown,
Miss E. Randall, Nlrs. Ray Main and
Mrs. J. Vanderbilt
Miss KIAUDE KlCCREADY
RENZO :XlORA . Vice-Prffidfnz KIARGARET DON1i,-XNI Secretary
ELEANOR CURTISS . Trfafwer LEE CARROL . Arrompamfl
NIARION HELLINGA . Prerident NORA SABADOR . . Prefidmt
NORMA GLACKSON Vicf-Prffident VK ILLIAM STREELMAN . Vice-Prffidfnt
CSILBERT Xl EIS Trfafurer XTARY EILEEN CAVANAUGH Treafurfr
XYER.-X SHOENFELDT Sfcrflary SYLVIA NEUTOUT . Sefrfiary
l'lll7'5! Row- Kondrzith, Kovacs, Hanson, Rot, lincl, lj0OflCI'D2ll1, Kenworthy, Ahnquist, Nelson, Holcombe, Lees, Boone, Kurnmclehnl
Second Row---Blonwquist, J. Mathewson, Mzithewson, Kuchigizin, Anderson, Snbzidor, Quillro, 'l'Oll1urst, Hull, Hansen, VVallis, Kilroy, Lasher
Curtis, Snow, Pujkow, Kapicak, Gray, Schroeder, Artin.
Third Row--Holm, Tunis, Stephens, Miller, Mattice, Dandy, Wells, Sill, Mora, Leo, Bessinger, Dunham, Pnllagi, Boornker, Felix, Peterson
Fllillffh Rowe- Swanson, Hulland, Muzynski, Ariel, Pearson, Desidero, Tolnai, Cavato, Gentile, Paul, Dc Young, Clark, Merlielis, RiCl1mOnC'
SOUNDS I IAOYIC
The soft svvish-swish ofthe water caressiiig the sides
of a ship, the water that has perhaps encircled Nelson
and borne his ships to victories. 'I he water that roared
on far shores now lapping-lapping-lapping, whispering,
murmuring, as it says, ':l"ollow me, come with mefa
And the water that promises rich adventures. The
wind, rustling the shrouds, filling the canvas, gathering
itself and bursting with a roar deep and heavy. Then,
its force spending itself, it diminishes to a mere breath,
low and mellow. The rain falling as cotton on this
earth, tip-tip-drip-tip-tip. The rain strengthening
and spilling from the heavens, increasing to sheets ol'
droning water. The summer sounds, a bark far away,
the rapping ofa beak on a rotten stump, the humming
of insects, and the background of everyday sound.
All these I love. They have been here since the
beginning and has not time mellowed and rounded
them as it passed?
151 place junior Efray.
The moon is here, the moon is there,
It seems to me itls everywhere.
:Xnd yet in size it looks so small,
It looks not larger than a ball.
If I should roam across the sea,
l'd see the moon following me.
No matter where I want to go,
The moon always seems to know.
Oh, Xlister Moon, it is so tragic,
That you won7t tell me about your magic.
For I should really love to know
How you get where I want to go.
151 placf, junior 1701775
T071 Row-Pence, Mullaucr, Frank, Clifford, Biegel.
Second Row-Raatjes, Thorp, Cittadino, Smith, Laws, OlBricn, Adamowski, VVhite, Berger.
Boftom Row-Groncki, Kapusra, Groncki, Postma, Mr. Trimble, Den Besten, Rolands, Chamko.
Top RowfRausher, Rimmer, Swanstrom, Cligord Biegel.
Serond RowfSzlaga, Hansen, Antanaitis, Caruso, Pond, Pokorny, Ekstrom.
Bottom Row-Edgren, Iurkiewicz, Andreatta, Mr. Trimble, Vander Pole, Phillips, Banlcowslii.
Top Row4Den Besten, Rosetto, Legg, Clifford, Zordan, Ritholer, Badali, Pokorny, Ekstrom, Rausher, Neumann.
Snond Row-Ver Hook, Peterson, Dunham, Liskoski, Tucker, Pesavento, Caruso, Biegel, Meneghetti, Rimmer, Pond, Hanson
Bottom RowiRout, Jurkiewicz, Frank Peterson, Mr. Trimble, VVoicick, Bakkers, Gruizdzalski, W. Peterson.
Botzom Row-Sizoo, Testolin, Madderom, Klausner, Peterson, Sozers, Archibald, Builcema, Chow.
Second Rowe -Guyatt, Dunham, Anderson, Clauter, Walker, Dilis, Fllis, Berg, Du Puit, Lewin, VValstrum.
Top Rafcfhlorrill, Ferrini, Nizro, Keylon, Picliard, Yan Santcn. Phillips, Reed, Vander Slay, Hathaway, Olson, Friedsam
Bei-ton Legg--really takes music seriously, Harry Ose--a pianist par excellence, Carl Ekstrom-plays a "mean',
sliphorng Joe Pokorny-hopes some day to play the "Bee"g Charles Kiefer-biggest "litter Bug" of them all,
leader and first sax man: Mario Ferrini, James Morrill, and Robert Rithalcr are in hopes of enlisting the services
of Gabriel and making a quartet. The beat beat beat ofthe tom tom, means Wendall Roushcr, drummer supreme.
Top Row-Nelson, M. Rylander, Medema, Tumey, Berger, Chow, Adams, V. Rylander, Rens, Mullauer.
Semnd Row-Bohr, Dowint, Berg, Ppulskas, M. VVhite, Calzin, J. VVhite, Elias.
First Row-Dromisino, Rot, Ver Hook, Vander Pole, Raatjes, Andriatti.
R. O. T. C. BAND
This year the Fenger R. O. T. C. has a
total enrollment of 325 cadets, constituting the
largest unit ever assembled at Fenger.
The unit is divided into five component
parts, the band and companies A, B, C, and D.
The commanding ohicers are: Battalion
Commander, Lieutenant Colonel Henry Klohr,
Adjutant Captain Klarvin Peterson, Chief of
Stall Klajor Charles Bult, Plans and Training
Uficer, Captain Richard Bergstrom, Band
Commander Charles Kiefer, Company Com-
manders, Captains, Adducci, liriekson and
This semester the companies are meeting
in individual periods so that Sergeant Robinson
is able to personally supervise the instruction
hy cadet officers.
Training consists of, physical exercise. drill
and comniand, rifle marlismanship and theory.
It was one year ago that Fenger became.
the lirst time in its history an R. O. T. C.
Wvhen the results of the spring '38 Federal
Inspection became known. Fenger not only
received again its rating as an Honor School,
but placed second to only one other school in
the city. For this achievement they were
presented with a set of colors at the annual
cadet day celebration at Soldiers Field. The
R. O. T. C. Band too, made honors on inspec-
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Sao Paulo, Brazil, Fulton Gorosito, Llstanisloo
Zeballos 2744, Rosario, Argentina, and Mario
Ahumoda, Liceo Valentin Letelier, Santiago
Chili, Noeit is not the members of the
Spanish Club-only a few of the numerous
names and addresses with whom the members
correspond in an endeavor to learn the Spanish
To create and reproduce beautiful things is
the aim of the Art Club sponsored by Miss
l'idna AI. Alarlin.
The officers of the Club areg Klartilla
Holcombe, President, Richard Burgwald, Vice-
president, Simon Halenar, and Jeanne Hanson,
Treasurer and Secretary respectively.
Small notebook pages are rapidly being
filled with their sketches made on trips to the
Field Aluseum. Art Institute, and Bauhaus, a
new modern school of art sponsored by the
industries of Chicago.
Anyone entering room II6, on Klonday
from 2:30 to 4:00 would have heard various
vigorous debates being carried on by the
members of the Debating Club, on such sub-
jects as, HShould the Fenger Prom be Held in
the School," '4Should the Anti-Lynching Bill
be Passedfl and L'Should Children under
Twelve be Spankedn.
Fenger's Debating Club also had a number
of inter-school debates with Parker, Lane,
AIorgan Park Alilitary Academy, and Pullman,
all on the country-wide subject for debate,
HResolved that the Unicameral System of
Legislation should be adopted by the several
statesf, Fenger Was victorious over Parker
but lost to Lane battling bravely their duel of
Top Rott'-Procter, Denney, Ku-
backi, Dahlbcrg, Gcrmeraod,
Hollow Row-Adams, Archibald,
Bomben, Mrs. Wlhitworth, Flem-
ing, Petraitis, Erickson.
Top Row'-Skeipck, Nebelsiek
Serond Row-Bright, Schrader,
Lockwood, Woodwzxrd, Sherman,
O'Brien, Ryan, Schraeder, Mrs.
Boflom Row--Brand, Clark, Mc-
Broom, Ellis, Henderson, Cooper.
Top Rota'---Carlson, Ganz, Bus-
son, La Course, Fraley, Guyatt,
Holcombe, Cook, Brcsna.
Second Row---Frmoian, Ganz,
Vander Moy, Courscr.
Bollom Row-fVVicrsema, Hanson
Halener, Pederse, Potts, Lucas,
If you hear an unexpected click or snap, do
not be surprised, for you will find it to be only a
member of the newly organized Camera Club
doing a little experimenting.
Every Wednesday afternoon a large number
of students gather with their sponsor, Mr.
Uda H. Koerner, eager to learn a little more on
the technique of picture-taking and developing.
The membership of the club has steadily
increased as enthusiasm in amateur photo-
graphy has Hcaughtu the imagination of malty
FENG li R FORUM
Although Latin is considered a dead
language, it becomes vigorously alive in the
Fenger Forum. To encourage students to
continue with their Latin work is one of the
objectives of the Forum. This club promotes
friendship and understanding among the
Latin students and assists them to become
better acquainted with the Roman life, history,
traditions, and literature.
With the aid of the sponsor hliss Wilfred
hlac Partlin and the officers: Pearl Lupien,
Helen De Young, Raymond Ellis, and lflwyn
Ahrquist, the Fenger Forum forsees a bright
W CAMERA CLUB
1 Top Raw-G. Murdock E lxli
aren, H. Wblfgrum IL Berrx
F. YYilson, Nebelsiek E lxnbit
B. Charpier, M. Torah Nliller
Holcombe, Marrict N1 Cl irle
L. Dahlberg, lf. Olson
Third Row-R. Janie l' Com
perini, A. Brignardello J H ithl
way, L. Baldi, B Brin
Guyatt, D. Clauter lx Bernie-r
R. Levin, D. Jacobson lx fcidnilx
M. Cavanaugh, xeier
Suomi Row-Turturillo 71remb1
A. Krenkel, L. Wlallxcr H X e
giotto, l. Rigler, l Germotr
M. Lipstak, M. Bence l' lx lrdols
F. Feinstein, ll. Dickinson
Schroeder, S. Seymour M Bile
kers, S. Zappas, lf. Yippas
B0t!omRf1-iv .l.Hanson L Blshton
E. Rossi,L. Grziyston M De-mpei
M. Schilling, B. Bouchan
Wlatrous, G. Niemeyer S 'N in
G. Bot-keloo, G. 'Xfullauer
Bottom Rota- Munson l-leer:-mi
Boersma, Kirner, Goetz C ru7di
Dauzinas, Brown, Nl irtin Y inder
Kleer, Burkland, NlcC1l'fertx
Second Row-fiirithth Y mY alktn
burgh, Wlidner, Wilson H igen
Proctor, Ryan, Cleigi r W Geiger
Biolchini, Schultz, Chmman gl
wadski, VanVVyngarden VY estrop
Third Row- Sadauslxis Dodlro
Dykstra, fafros, Burnop Seefeldt
Mazor, Gibbs, liisenbrindt Otto
Ulrich, Sietsema, Czippolfo Snt
sema, J. Bowense, H1nt7ele Rus
Top IZJZL' llukstela, Hendrickson
Lofrano, Wlidelski, lcobsen Bell
O'Donnell, Beigrnzin Bieg M id
derom, YVhi te, V 1nderY een
Gustafson, N1L'Lil21ll1ll1 in Allison
B0!mmRvtc l5ailey,Her1n n
quist, Lupien, lhhoune Se s
Row Two Fisher, S L se
raz, Tucker, Norton Xlelxix
VerHook, Caruso, Schrrtdmr f p
Rai: Timm' Nlzigrzun L nnon
Caruso, Selby, ixTlISlYIlSlxI Ren!
Kohnlie, Dt-sidero, Are-l Clirlx
Topkow U'l3rien,Nl1rt1n lucdt
king, Vanderhlex ohnson
Nluellaur, Dandy, ll urs lohnson
.Xny stamps to trade? 4'Yes, Yesw arise
from all corners of room I3I. The enthusiasm
of its sponsor, Kr. Claude Smitter, is con-
tageous. Perhaps that accounts for the club
carrying off the ribbons at the Lions, Hobby
Show for the past two consecutive years.
Donald Smitter is our genial president, with
Gino Nicoli, vice-presidentg Doreen Bomben,
and Nfyrtle Denney serve as secretary and
librarian respectively. Principal Schacht is an
honorary sponsor and occasionally finds time
to take part in club activities.
I RAX l1L CLUB
Tap R0wfBoonc, Hedberg, Vlihite,
Groncki, Simoneli, Narodowski,
Fournier, Steele, VVille, Groncki,
Third Rowflieicr, Toth, Gibson,
Hdgrcn, Futon, Morin, Brown,
Rowe, CZilCl'l, Czlvato.
Srmnd Row-Felix, Lnchenberg,
Rout, Busho, Ciryzll-i, Charydchztlc,
Heck, Kuyper, Gravander.
Boltom Ko-w-Nelson, Peterson,
Brown, Johnson, Vieth, hliss
Bzilhousc, Quillmzln, Halpenny,
Top Row--Cunnlini, Lund, Lecs,
Third Row-lppolito, Laudeman
Wcdmer, Smith, Smith, Griffith
Frendling, Vander Luitgaren.
Second Row-lppolito, Stavros
Larson, Vulsis, Scrphm, Lowe
Bottom lfoicifanac, Janac, Rago,
Bergstrom, F-yeldheim, Kegenslii
Mr. Smirter, Smitter, Bomben,
Clark, Klazynske, Gognon, Guyatt,
Melko, Vlzlsis, Emmanuel, Denny,
HSomething new S something dillfercntv
That's the Travel Club, organized February,
1939, under the sponsorship of Xliss Balhouse,
with President Eileen Yieth, vice-president
Lorraine Johnson, recording secretary livelyn
Quillman, and the Hnioney manw Laren
Halpenny. Nleetings are held on alternate
Thursdays. First comes the business meeting,
then the different merrbers of the Club give
talks, plays, dances, and songs revealing the
activities and custom of interesting places.
Several short trips have been planned. The
club provides entertainment as Well as educa-
Tap RawfBluck, Haaksma, Cook, Polley, Mengel, Pace, Hanson, Lupien, Carr, Zandstra, Zandstra, Zacher, Wilson, Jankovic, Alkirt
Third Row-Verkender, Sears, Caruso, Jacobsma, Gorka, Dcsidero, Chuckwins, Muszynski, Bregel, Streelman, Selby, Johnson
Vander Mcy, Hathaway.
Semnd Rowe Mrs. Schuessler, Norton, Wilkus, Blais, Lund, Prcuss, Hedberg, Narodowski, Haldorsen, Zylstra, Hering, Tucker
Legg, Fxner, Geoppo, Mrs. Mullens.
Bolmm KozvfO'Brien, Leidherg, Yampolsky, Nebelsitk, Zeiglcr, Luedeking, Pape, Goetz, Heumann, Dahlstrom.
ln an effort to make possible a wider
participation by all the members, the Drama
Club was divided this semester into two
sections, Hjuniorn for all 2B's, 2A,s, 3B,s, and
4'Senior', for all 3A's, 4B's, 4A's. Under the
leadership of the presidents, Russell Drog-
muller and hlyrtle Nelson and the other
oiiicers this plan was most successful. Nearly
all found, in the midst of weekly practice
periods and monthly business meetings, some
time for what provided and excellent combina-
tion for drama training and good fun, theatre
parties, and Hconventionsn. Besides the school
program the club contributed to a radio contest
and to a pageant at Parker High School.
DRA MA CLUB i --
Top Raw Lasher, Halenar, Jan-
Oosten, Cross, Biegel, Bavnai.
Bt-rgquisr, Grassner, Frigo, Peter-
son, Gorka, Nelson, Stockman,
Second Rowilieehan, Kutsche,
Richards, Ualey, Elias, Krenkcl,
Dykstra, Sett, Dowiat.
Bollom Row-ellaulsen, Lang, Ku-
Top Row--Hall, Sekus, Renz,
Madderom, Narodowski, Hedberg,
Szlaga, Polly, Lcudeking, Duda,
Third Rota'-Dittgen, Anderson,
Johnson, Nelson, Oleski, Gubson,
Davis, Van Scheltema.
Srmnd Row-Skelly, Tucker,
ltiscarraz, Hornaday, Cary, Sey-
mour, Sears, Arten.
Bottom Rowe'-Bocadeker, Bohn
Ncutout, Vander lVley, Antanaitis,
Boughan, Hanson, Macfarlane,
X IQO-PYTHAGOREAN S
The hlath Club, made up of students who
must have received an MEN or "SH as their
last semester's mark, met every two weeks
this semester in room 320 on Vlednesdays
with the following officers presiding: Betty
Higgins, pres, Claisie Luedeberg, vice-pres.,
Delbert Ziegler, sec., Rita Hubble, treasurer.
Programs were planned for each meeting.
Various programs were an algebra-down con-
sisting of two teams of five girls and five boys,
a mystery meeting, and a play, Hhlath-
ematicians Pay a Calln, having such great
mathematicians as Xewton, Pythorgas, and
De Cartes, portraited.
Tap Raw-Schmidt, Bergner, Adducci, Olson, Leidberg, Paulsen, Shimkus, Sternberg, Howes,
Slingerland, Rubbert, Lcbin, Finnell.
Second Row-Gibson, Mullen, Ose, Gustafson, Sietsema, VVagner, Van Santen, Sparrev, Soren!
son, VVatkins, Bult, Cravens, Vollmar, Rausher. 1
Tfziffd RawfSizoo, Cappozzo, Galloway, Cross, Zcigler, Yampolsky, Alkire, Preston, Herbert,
Hilligonds, Bergmann, Fisenbrandt, Fudge, Thompson.
Bottom Row-Higgins, Weber, Biegel, Van Clay, Lockwood, Braak, O'Brien, Johnson, Van
Tap Row-lWullen, Bennett, Tanis, Long, Stuebing, Tornquist, Bouwense, lNIacFarlcnc.
Fzrsl RowiVVallis, Tongeren, Gentile, Mr. Dean, Mr. Braak, Johnston, Schmidt, Kilroy, Bohn.
In order to give scientific minded students an
opportunity to cbtain a wider knowledge in this held,
the Science Club has been organized.
Educational rnotion pictures, iiiteresting lectures
by outside speakers and many expcrfments constituted
Under the able leadership of George
Lockwood, president, Bob O,Brien,
vice-president, Harry Johnson, sec-
retary, and Stephen Van Clay, treas-
urer, the Hi-Y had a very successful
With the help of both Tri-Hi-Y
chapters an entertainment was held
at the Lake Bluff Orphanage. The
Hi-Y also had an act in the Amateur
Show, visited several churches, con-
ducted several educational tours and
sponsored a Good Friday breakfast to
which they invited the Junior Hi-Y
and the Thornton Hi-Y. The L'Olde
Oaken Bucket" was won at the city
Annual Jamboree. They entertained
the Beverly Hi-Y, attended an Adap-
tion Conference, successfully conducted
several social events and, at a great
expense, sent Eugene Bergner to the
Hi-Y Convention in Berea, Kentucky,
and helped make plans for the forma-
tion of some new Hi-Y clubs at Fenger
The Fenger Jr. I-Ii-Y a new club
was organized in the middle of last
semester with a membership of thirty
boys. The othcers of the club are as
follows: President, John VII. Van
secretary, Ray Schmidt, treasurer,
Victor Gentile, chaplin, John Johnston.
History repeats itselfl That old adage has come
true again. For the second time in its history, the
Aviation Club has a girl for president, Nlarilynn Kliller.
Under the able supervision of Klr. Sykes, former
Lvnited States lWail pilot, the members engage in many
Top RowfDekkcr, Coetz, Brucer,
Olson, Boersma, Vander Meer,
Dahlstrom, Hering, Lucas, Mic-
huda, Dahlstrom, Zilis, Chiarodo,
Third R0w4Bonaparte, Stone,
Allison, Nebelsiek, Guyatt, De
Young, Filley, Anderson, Ceder-
holm, Barton, Forsberg, Gorka,
Czagany, Hull, Ladislas, Rybinski,
Sammi Raw4Hupp, Kirsch,
O'Donnell, Mzldderom, Bennett,
Phillipi, Finnell Ogurkiewicz,
Stephenson, Johnson, Rodriguez,
Bottom Row4Zunica, Smitter,
Ncbelsiek, Verbeek, Mr. Bennett,
Heeremu, Neumann, Gustafson,
Top Row-Forsythe, Madderom,
Lallak, Jonas, Burnop, VVatkins,
Engel, Rukstela, Dahlstrom.
Third Row-Finnell, Ladislas,
Stephenson, Ferrini, Adducci,
Duda, Gadbois, Ringey, VVright,
Bonaparte, Rutowski, Anderson,
Second Rowfllreger, Snow, Archi-
bald, Petraitis, Gorka, Tollner,
Jurkiewicz, Fanizzo, Geiger, Tren-
ton, Schilling, Boughan, Lawrence,
Pauluitis, Kajdi, Zankowski.
Bottom Row-Oregon, Adams, Mr,
Sykes, Miller, lVIurd0Ck, Austin
I I -1 . ,
Rodriguez, Cox, Iirickson.
TR I-HI-Y ALPHA
Top Row- De Cook, Curtis, Rimmer, Lupien, Quedensley,
Kane, Lucas, Uvass, Pertile, Van Rite, Van Proyen,
Novak, Aiken, Olson.
Third Row--lNlatthewson, Matthewson, Deckert, Sul-
livan, Dexter, Boomker, lNlcG:ighie, Snow, Dittgen,
Desideio, Orum, Evans, Xeidhardt, blanac, -lanac.
Second Raw-"Ferris, Anderson, Bubnar, Parker, Kranzky,
Aurilius, Selby, johnson, Lindgren, Gillespie, Berry,
Barium Roca'-lirnst, Bauer, Fisher, Johnson, Miss Blachly,
Olson, Moran, Main, Rutherford, Friedman.
Boltnm Row--Carr, Soukup, johnson, Magliocco, Miss
Dean, Chambers, Kenny, Simson, Polley, Blom.
Second Row--Bizar, Larsen, Hornaday, Norton, Blom-
uist Vertach Anderson Btrcelman, hlovsisian, VValkcr,
q , , . ,. , , .
Jaehera, Yalkenburg, Peterson.
Third Row--Brand, Cary, Muszynski, Sharkey,
strom, Nelson, Modestow, Lund, Malmgren,
Donham, Lull, Sett, Oosten, Ausherman.
Top Row---Lenzen, De Young, Dykstra, Beckler, Szlaga,
Lowe, Wlertenberg, Andrews, Sturm, Dempsey, Brak,
MARCOXI RADIO CLCB
Passing the radio room 337
any Wednesday evening one
may hear, Hllello eq cql
Hello cql This is XYQHXIXY,
standing by for a call". At
present time this club, spon-
sored by Klr. Wesley W. Fotch,
is assembling a new ICDO trans-
mitter. In order to transmit,
a rigid test must be passed to
receive a license. Vliollhlkk
is now transmitting on 5 and
160 meters. Presiding as
president is Kenneth Weberg,
with George Zilis, as vice-
presidentg .lulius .lohnikaitis
Secretary and Wayne Field,
Top Row- Holst, Honeywell,
Maggioto, Davis, Caruso, Czach.
Sfmrld Rowflolammerle, Riglcr,
Beemsterboer, Dahlman, Feimann,
lV1cCaf'ferty, tlurkiewicz, Phillips,
Dittgen, Mr. Mumford, Renz.
Hallam Row--flVlcKay, De Vries,
Ellis, Clash, Caruso, Schrader.
Top Rm: Dieke, Sowadski, Wait-
Sfrmid Ro-it' Ose, Chapman,NYer-
berg, Fields, Zilis, Lovato, Van
Barium Rot: Boline, Roberts,
Vander Yeen, Sherman.
BETA CHAPTICR TRI lll-Y
With a total of fifty-eight members the
Beta Chapter draws to a close its second suc-
cessful semester. Among the high lights of
this sernester's program were the formal and
informal initiations, two joint meetings, one
with the Hi-Y and the other with the
Alpha Chapter, Parents' Night, and
Klrs. Palmer hlagliocco, guest speaker on
'fParliamentery Procedure", and finally the
Senior Party. The Chapter won a gold
trophy as an Efficiency Award to keep for one
year, at the annual Tri Hi-Y Spring Banquet
of Chicago which attracted a number of the
members. OITlCl3tlIlg as president was Gloria
Klagliocco with Sue Chambers as vice-president
Dolores Kenney filled the secretarial position
while Betty Lou Simson filled the office of
The Alpha Chapter of the Tri-lli-Y has a
very successful semester under the able guid-
ance of its officersl ,lackie Alohnson, president,
Nancy Fisher, vice-president, Ann Xloran,
Secretary, and Dorothy Olson, treasurerg and
the efficient sponsorship of Miss Doris Blachly.
Both the informal and formal initiations
proved to be gala events. Guest speakers were
hlrs. Ben Hamiling, and the Rev. Lowell
Ditzen. The joint meeting with the Beta
Chapter and the parents Party were happy
events. An outdoor meeting at the dunes
with the Hi-Y was a high light on the calendar.
An annual Spring Banquet, for the Tri-Hi-Y's
was held at the Lawson Y. Nl. C. A.
Top Row-I.ink, Ohlstrom, Suslow
Blom, Wlagman, Sharpe, Long
Bergner, VYhite, VValker, Antanai-
tis, Karin, Mullauer, Muellen
Second Rawfldlegglin, Capriglione
Chard, Vlasis, Pavoninas, Sloan
VVeber, Boetteher, Dittgen
Richards, Lacombe, Pokray, Hud-
Third RowfTollner, I,atter,
Lachenberg, I-Iammerles, Renz,
Gobis, Valenti, Cole, Jacobsen
Jacobson, Brady, Bukiema, Elias.
Boflom RowiRedford, Lalfok
Yos, Guyatt, Bergner, Mamovich,
Cox, Erickson, Maltnian. ,
Bernier, Lucas, Hall, Kral, Gos-
podarek, Barich, Fejes, Lacombe,
Bariek, Logullo, Haldorsen, Brom-
berg, Heck, Bolt, Boone.
Third RowfGreniewicki, Rowe,
Goebig, La Banco, McGaghie,
Hull, lielbowski, Bauer, Rylander,
Vander Mey, Keehan, Lang,
Seanad Rowfliuczwara, Doma-
gola, Artin, Klezynski, Dahlberg,
Brandsma, Leur, Quillman, Braion,
Pallagi, Forsberg, Basso, Ambuul,
Jelley, Jensen, Dixon, Doublas.
Bollom Row-Guyatt, Gumeroad,
Perlinski, VVhite, Kambesis, Gib-
son, Sternberg, Blauw, Van Buren,
Ludvigsen, Pertile, Olmstead.
Top Row'-Brown, Zilis, Blodt,
Klazgnske, Tatarczyk, Vander
Mey, Miehuda, Kovacin, Doode-
man, Million, Yonder, Dobda,
Third Raw-Hendrickson, Bertok,
Olsen, Lures, Allison, Bithos,
Adducei, Heerema, Mazor, Ryan,
Engel, Dekker, Sherman.
Second Row-Bernier, Anderson,
Curtis, Oosten, Ross, Rutherford,
Norgard, Nebelsiek, Rybindke,
Hallam Raw-Steele, Romba, Ver-
beek, Sukis, Blitzstein, Stratinsky,
Sutcliffe, Westwater, Valirn, Race
Top Kowfwhllie, Ryan, Torrey,
De Nys, Kreger, Krenkel, Brodeen,
W'atrous, Schroeder, Henderson,
Hellinga, Caruso, Klimke, Bryak,
Selby, Degirolamo, Veldhouse.
Third Row--Lackenberg, Bradley,
Feinstein, Adams, Conrad, Baltru-
kas, Frank, Hurkiewig, Brovet,
Esearraz, Caruso, Schrolt, Rich,
ards, Langdo, lVIoenich, Kieraldo,
Sifwnd RawfCarta, Adams, Felix,
Heath, Gregs, Whaldman, Guzzelt,
Jumac, Dieck, lX'Ieliska, Beyer,
Vlasisk, Smith, Arquilla, Em-
manuel, De Cook, Snow, Ceder-
Boflam Raw'--Carlson, Johnson,
Nelson, Bloom, Oedzes, YYrobel,
Novak, Jamiec, Steele, Fournier,
Olson, Beasland, Niemeyer.
Top R0wfBult, Gustafson, Chow,
IVIillion, Burnop, Sharkey, Roepers,
Austin, lVIusial, Reid, VVeberg,
Third Row-Otto, Thompson, Mc-
Clanahan, Dieke, Yasdiek, Medell,
Slager, Kross, De Young, Emil,
Hupp, Main, Briscoe, IVIcCafIery.
Scmnd R0wfRiccio, Gray, Ander-
son, Kramer, Proctor, Smith,
Savoyski, Pivorunas, Reitz, Rich-
mond, Ariel, Guyatt, De Young.
Hallam RowfDeHaan, Shimkas,
Drogemuller, Henry, Duda, Vl'es-
selius, Goetz, Millmine, Boersma,
JCNIOR CITIZENS 154.155 ig .
7l0f71f0iL"JOSL'Pl'l, Rodrigot'z,l it-ni,
ignani, fafros, Rutowslai, Bernard-
Tl1i1'1fRn-Ir --Arson, Qeinit-r,.-Xdanis,
Their, Larson, Sida, 'l'iininann,
IX1L'SlillLISliIS,fjlSL'I1, Rusin, lcnnas-
Urban, Rieeo, Maglioeeo, Ilorka,
Robertson, Wli l son, M a gra in ,
Hallam Row--Schuinann, Richards,
Zunica, Geinnard, Dirksen, Sisson,
Kenworthy, Iforsberg, lfinnell,
Trlpkow -'-- Covelli,I'aulaitis,I.aw-,
renee, Booth, Goertner, I.owaek,
Third Rowfliorycz, Iflialknwski,
Fyalkowski, Holeome, 'llrt-ntacosli,
Xvertenberg, De Boer, Schrader,
Pochron, Disanto, Olsen, Dahl-
Second Row Iflosnoski, Nora,
Johnson, Archibald, Chambers,
Nlruenovich, Bishton, Caprigliona
Chard, Rizunenghi, Ifarmeti.
Baflom Rota Beemsterboer, Ko-
vacs, liarbaczevvslai, llanginas,
Stunkus, Miller, Mr. H. Hayes,
Preston, Yampolsky, lolliurst,
JIXIOR L IIIZICXS
Ilaye you observed the ycry ztpnrcipriate arm shields
being yycirii by I"enger's basltetbzlll cliztnipioiis? They
were generously dtinzited to the team by the Junior
This club. of ciycr three hundred members is under
the able superyisimi rwl Xlr. lleber llays and the excel-
lent leadership ol the cwflieers Alvin Rtmnibzi, president:
Iiverett Sisson, yiee-rvresidentg Ifyelyn Quillman,
seeretzlryg Irene Pzilzegfi. treasurer, and Klareella
Briscoe, soeizzl eliziirn ang 'l'heir eivie activities for the
term may be rrcniczui ted highly Sl1IISf2lCfOI'J'.
Top Rai: If. Bond, Ci. Cassidy,
A. Rohn, R. Halciren, C. lYaunt-r,
R. Irlzlldorsen, XY. Nlclfarlane,
Semzzd Razr- I.. Ilnuse, P. llvr-
bert, Ci. Den Bt-sten, Il. Iilaauw,
F. Barnai, J. XYagner, R. Sorren-
Bottom Razz' A. Nlareli, R. North-
rop, P. Sanders, Ind I,t. R. Ilult,
Klzti. C. Bult, D. Hoitsnia, S.
Fudge, J. Spit-khtnit.
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Jllith courtesy and ecnnfrmrt foremost in their
minds the ushers meet yisittirs to entertainments in the
Hill ZIIILIIIUFILIITI and always tliciuglitfully guide thein to
In the R. O. 'If C. Club neatness is the byyi'cirdg
glossy shoes. shined brass, and white gloves are under
the watchful eyes of Klajor Charles liult.
Spring Fever, H aw!
April 6, 'Brrf
Joe, the Cop.
How About a Ride?
Snow Birds, Hmm?
Birds of a Feather-
Shirl and Xlr. Smitters.
A Snowlightf FX!
Courier Stall! at Dixon.
Going home, Xliss
Ah, Beautiful Spring.
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After 2:30 Wx
Top Row-Aushermnn, Friedman, Malito, Razek, Tolhurst, Lewin, I-Ianacheck.
Botlom Row-Oosten, Dykstra, Pallagi, Bauer, Main, De Cook, Ernst.
G. A. A. REPRESENTATIVES
Top RowiMcArthur, I-Iecrema, Valkcnbcrg, Lang, Baker, Tanis, Magliocco, Mackintosh, De Young, Evans.
Third Row--Jacobson, Yolanda, VVz1lker, Bubnar, Elias, Napoli, Blomquist, Trentacosti.
Second Row-Vlasis, Tissing, Friedmu, Grega, Budd, Bergstrom, Salduc, Dowiat, Bass.
Boliom Row-Nlalmgren, Klausner, Mcrkclis, Radzinowicz, Nuswicz, Freudenberg, Kovacs, Swanson, Johnson
G. A. A. REPRESENTATIVES
Top Row-Marshall, Boettcher, Kzibat, Biegel, Lund, Nelson, Schilling, Butricc, Bogosians, Andrews.
Third Row-Moses, Adducci, Beck, Baldi, Wieringa, Mittiduro, Beiglc.
Suomi Row-Bniewek, Gibson, Chester, Fidelke, Page, Stell, Janac.
Bottom Row-Geiger, Faron, Miller, Dandy, Antanaitis, Boege, Bolhuis, VVhccler, Korienek.
Esther McGaghic Dorothy Wertenberg Doris Peterson
President Secretary Treasurer
Our various activities in the C. A. A. tend to
cultivate healthy bodies and minds while giving us
the unequaled pleasure of sport.
Although after-school games were not held this
semester because of the crowded curriculum, the girls
were compensated by the newly started bowling club
to which they responded with enthusiasm.
The gala social gatherings included the Freshman
and Sophomore Valentine Party, the Junior Barn
Dance, and the Senior Round-Up, all of which were
successes due to Esther Klcflaghie president, Dorothy
Wertenberg Secretary and Doris Peterson, Treasurer.
The most spectacular social event was the Klay
festival with its portrayal in pantomine of the reigning
sport of each month. In a stately ceremony, Nancy
Jane Fisher, attended by her all blonde court, Ella
Yerbeek, Kladge Roepers, Greta Lundahl, Peggy Dyk-
stra, Klarjorie Johnson, and Phyllis Rutherford, was
crowned Klay Queen.
Claiming the L'Limelight" again this semester are
the Fenger Letter Girls, having lived up to their aim
to be a bigger club. In the crowded swimming classes,
letter girls assist girls with difficult strokes.
They play as well as work: bowling, roller skating,
hiking, and splash parties are favorites. They wound-
up this term with a farewell spread, and as it was near
vacation time this party was especially jovial. Every-
one joined in thanking President Peggy Dykstra,
Secretary-treasurer Shirley Blain, and Rlrs. Anderson,
the sponsor, for their line work and guidance.
While the Juniors were shining in
victory, the Senior team was Hghting
what proved to be a losing cause.
They lost their league games many
times because the other team was
taller. These never-say-die men are
from left to right as presented:
MULKA, plays forward and from all
signs should be a future sharpshooter-
HOERNILR, a steady guard and a
silent star on jumpshotsgSl-TUBERT
a handsome,f1ghting star of next year,
-BOLDUC, in on every play to last
Whistle-YANGIQLDS, a thundering
captain who would never give up the
shipgFRASER, a forward who made
the opposing giants look bad-GOETZ
a reliable, happy, hard worker-
YANDER YYOUDE, known as speedy
a real lover of the game-VVES-
SELIUS, CVVhistlej Cnot in picturej
a tall rock of Gibraltar, guard of our
Winners of the South Section
Championship we present the Junior
basketball champs, from left to right
of the inner circle. GEIGER, a
sparkly-eyed sparking swift forward,
a star of next year-lNlULLlLNS, good
old silent no. 4, a sweet ball handlerf
JOHNSON, jolly, efficient, defensive
player - KERNOHAN, fast senior
guard, alert dribbler, all around player,
and a courageous captainiDlCKli,
Clglimpyj led his team in swishing the
net with his pet pivot shot-RYBIN-
SKE, a short peppy backbone of the
team, star of the Farragut game with
II points-VERKINDISR, a quiet,
smart, scrappy star of tomorrow-
MARSH, clever passer and very
promising, he has two more years on
This team went into the Semi-
finals of the city before bowing to
the very strong and clever lX'lanley
Tap Row-'I'ornquist,I.ucus Wood-
ward, Bergman, Wiahlstrom, Dyk-
Third Row- Verhoe ven, Schmidt,
Second Raw-Kilroy, jurgenson,
Stuebing, S. Wilson, Nelson,
Jones, Sparrey, Stefanske, Stern-
berg, Dunnand, Olmstead, Bithes,
Bollom Row-J. Wilson, Fields,
Erickson, O'Brien, Capt.
TENNIS TEA M
Leif! to Right-Mc Connachie,
Schud, Turtuvillo, Ludwigson,
Pocini, Roelle, Cuzner, H. Stephen-
son, Cravens, Boldt, M. Stephen-
son, Howes, Mr. Walter Sampson,
Sieber, Galloway, llika, O'Bricn.
WRESTLING TFA M
Tap K0wfHowes, Miller, john-
son, lVestwater, Tullgren,
Pelle, Forsythe, Yasaulatis.
flfliddfe RawfMr. Charles Palmer,
Stankus, Corrior, Livermore, S.
Halenzlre, Helson, Urban, Cap-
pozzo, Corsair, Wlxrren, Petrie,
Bollom Row----Stasi, Alfano, Mun-
Duffy, Gibson, Shirvis, Uarlock,
Parker .... ..,. 4 4
Harper .....,. . . II
XIorgan Park . .33
Englewood . . . .ZW J
Hirsch .... . ,361
Tilden ,. . .....1.7
Calumet ..... ..lj'
Hyde Park . . ,,.. 4-3
Hirsch ....,..,t., rg
Klorgan Park ..,.. 29
Parker ...... .' '
Harper ....,., . . .11
Morgan Park . . .ZN
Ifnglewood . . . , .33
Hirsch ...,.. .... 4 S
Tilden ... ...Wifi
Hyde Park .. . . .319
Hirsch ....., ...Io
NIOFQZIII Park . .-17
lg Ijndbloom . . 175 lfenggr .... , JOM
. ,, ,
I?owen . 11912 lfeirger. .. H245
lfenger 2.1, Q
lfgpgg-y 7 Morgan Park 16 linger .... . .23
lfenger 43 Tilden . lfertger 17
IIQIIQU' 36 Crane . . , lfeiiger. . . . . . . I2
1 Qiglufufff I , fi l'iCllQL'I' . . . .QI
lser ger 3 O
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B. A. A.
'fAll work and no play makes Jack a dull boyi'
for so believes the Boys, Athletic Association of Fenger
under the guidance of Rfr. Frank XY. Young. This
organization endeavors to assist in developing the
bodies of the boys as well as their minds.
At the start of the term the boys in each division
room elected their representative. These forty repre-
sentatives in turn elected their officers. Although a
change would be necessary later, at the time of writing,
Ray Brooks was president, Clarence Dicke, vice-
president, George Buckley, secretary and Russell
Exciting, well played, close games were character-
istic of the volleyball contests held at the start of the
semester. Next came the wrestling meet for boys not
on the wrestling team. On Friday, April 1, at three
o'clock the elimination began, after hours of struggle,
the first place winners were declared as follows: in
the 105 weight, Dramisino: the 115 pound weight
winner was Badalig and Biolchim, first of the I25
poundersg of the 135 pounders, Charles Bult was the
winner, in the 145 pound weight, Fiske, Bergman led
the I55,S and Griffen won the "Champ,, title for the
165 pound weight.
After this the individual events as horseshoes,
tennis, handball, and golf were staged, the winners of
first, second, and third places received bars. Softball
baseball games also claimed attention. All these
events and games were referried by members of the
Senior Hi-Y. They hope to have swimming and track
meets if possible later in the season.
The above activities along with a social have been
the customary tradition every spring, but this spring
they have started something new.
B. A. A. Letters will be awarded if a boy earns
25 points. Points may be obtained as follows: 5
points for a gold, first place bar, 3 for a second place
silver bar, and I for third place bronze bars. The
points are to be earned in one semester. These school
letters will be gray with a red border and are 8 inches
in height. Another new activity was the bowling
league which was a grand success, having 8 games
bowling in the league and the Wlolves came out on top
with 40 wins and 23 losses. Thus the boys have built
up their skill in sports during the Spring of 1938.
BAA. R1aPR1as12Ni'A'r1vEs g M ,
Tap Row-Van Wlestrop, Fcrnatti,
Boldt, Moorman, Pederson, Tull-
gren, Crawford, Bcrgner, Clifford,
Third Row-Dramisino, Cavato,
Schiro, Propari, Madsen, Prince,
Second Row-Jacobson, King,
quist, Jones, Rizz, Welsword.
Bottom Row-Kcnworthy, Goetz,
Vander Woude, Dickie, Brooks,
Fiske, Drogemuller, Slingerland,
FENGER'S FAMOUS FIGHTERS
JUNIOR BASliETBAl,L-Bangl There goes the
gun ending the game with Fenger's juniors, being the
South Section Champs by virtue of defeating Klorgan
Park 28-19-Dicke and Ludwig dropping four baskets
apiece-this after Bowling over Englewood, llarper,
Hyde Park, Parker, Calumet, and Bowen in clean,
hard fought games against the second place boys from
Hirsch they ended up in a tie-On a misty afternoon-
before five hundred wild maroon and white fans seven
loyal Fenger fans-yet against these odds Captain
Ludwick staved off defeat by sinking a long shot to
tie the score with only ten seconds left to play.
SENIOR BASKETBALL-Defeated Tilden in
practice game-Bowen, Harper games close-Captain
"Chris" Angelos led the team and never gave up-
Better luck next year-Coach Vliesley Fotch, coached
both teams-one to victory, one to defeat.
XYRESTLING-Letis go see what that is causing
the grunting and groaning-Only the wrestling team-
This team went far in the State Kleet down at Urbana-
Not as well as last year in the City Finals-Viion all of
their inter-school meets except two-Tilden and
Crane-Even a good second string team-First string
team-"Chcerleader,' 105 pound weight-Fighting
Alfano was our 115 regular "Canary Legs" Stacci
went into the State finals in the 125 division-He was
injured and had to forfeit in the finals-Livermore a
tough grappler starred in Calumet meet-defeating
Goetz-Chiappori Calso a football starj very strong
regular 145 pounds-L'Russian" Stankus a smooth,
smart bone twister.
BASEBALL-The ball is pitched-crack, over the
Another home run for Fenger-At the start of last
semester Fenger was weak on offense.-Not this season
-In the first practice game with Englewood, Fenger
made I4 runs-on I4lll'ES'T1'1 the first two leagues they
came out on the low end of the score-Losing to Parker
9-6 and to Nlorgan Park 4-3-Errors were made a
little too often-Even after this poor start the team
may win out in the end-Last year they made only one
hit in the first two games-Yet they went into the
quarter-finals of the city-In the opening game the
lineup was as follows-L'Bunting" Richel in left field,-
"Tony Aurelio, a sweet second baseman.-Xlyrle
Adams, a hard hitting first baseman-Cleanup man and
star third baseman Hofstra,-a snappy shortstop
Faron,-dependable centerfielder Vetteriche and Kenny
-Other reserves are Rladison, W'ahlstrom and Van
Buren.-Coach Frank Knight guided this team-He
also coached the Swimming team.
SXYIBIXHNG-Senior team Captain "ob',O7Brien-
-Junior team Captain Sam Vlfilson-Very successful
year-Senior record 7 wins three-Juniors record
eight wins, two losses-Stars, Sutcliffe, Tornquist,
The Wiilson Brothers, Lucas, Sparry, Bergman, Jones,
Fields, Kilroy, Schmidt, and others.
.. ,A , ... 4
1938 Amateur' Show
AX P,xR.xDE OF rF.XI.15NT
Sxowlm1,1,s,-GRr:,x'1' WA LT7.
L rlwllli CBR.-XND FINAL14:
C. Kiefer P. Bauer
ddvertixing Mgr. Bllifflfjf
Mr. Smitter A. Slager
Faculty Aziviser Bookkeeper
Vlie appreciate the kindness of Kliss Klarlin, Kfiss Green, Klr. lioerner,
and hir. Reich in judging the Kourier Kandid Kamera Kontest and those
who submitted their pictures. We regret that each and every one of the
contestants could not receive a prize.
Throughout the entire semester Xiiss KlcCutcheon and some of her
typing classes lent their Willing hands to lighten the load of typing. Wie
thank you very much.
Among others who should receive our thanks are Nlr. Kehoe and his
printing classes, Kliss lXIarlin's art class, the Courier linglish class, our
faithful photographer, Xlr. Banksg Kliss Klildred Taylor for her advice and
suggestionsg the gym teachers, Mrs. Anderson, and Xfr. Young. At the
branches Bliss Gallagher with Mfrs. Wvatsong Xir. Cook with Kliss Dunkerg
lvliss VVilson with Miss DeVine have helped immensely.
In soliciting advertisement material, the business members of the staff
interviewed over a hundred business men and patrons of our locality.
We appreciate the cooperation of merchants and friends and extend our
heartfelt thanks to all our patrons.
Last but certainly not least are our co-sponsors: Miss
Lundquist and Xir. Srnitter. Long shall our memory
recall appreciatively the advice and real work they
contributed toward the success of our book.
The volume is finished. lYe hope this Courier will
recall to your memory the happy times you have spent
within the portals of Fenger.
4'Good-bye, kind yearg we'll walk no more togetherg
But here in great happiness we part."
M. Ryan R. Bergstrom E. Zubricky
Offs MHUHAKK7' Bzfxinfn Bu.vine.v.f
H. Nebelsiek M. Medell H. Hanachek
Cailzier Ylvpisl Tvpiyl
B. Lund R. Van Valkenburgh
Czzrfiifr Auf, Pimp.
1, ,-,f g.
l.. Van Rite M. Denncy M. Nelson
Litermlv I.ftw'zl1lv G..-X..-X.
C. Guyatt C. Hinton D, Arquilla
Aff! Art Lfffflllll'
H. Schumann Miss Lundquist
1551. Branch illgr. Faculty Advisar
Li It is the time for Hour bookl' to go to print. All of the
material has been gathered, mulled over, studied, rejected,
and then placed into a form of lasting memories for our
readers. The rush of Wlwimell is now over, and in our
naive Way we believed in an old maxim, HFeW things are
impossible to diligence and skill," and confident that We
could do something different, we changed the tradition
of taking division room pictures to that of courses. How
Well we have succeeded We shall know only when We hear
your comments. Qiay they be gentlell
Identifying pictures, verifying, if possible, the spelling of names,
writing club stories, arranging schedules for the seniors as Well as those of
the different groups in Fenger, collecting and selling the Courier, arranging
assembly programs at the branches and the main building constituted the
routine Work of the staff. Later came the seeking of original ideas in
make-up and features. This We have accomplished only because of the
willing support and cooperation of the faculty at Fenger, and its three
branches, Nlount Vernon, Curtis, and Burnside.
First, We Wish to extend our gratitude to our principal, hir. Schacht,
and to hir. Dasher, our assistant principal, Who have cooperated with us
in every possible Way. Nlr. Aiken gave us valuable statistical information
about our courses. Wie appreciate Nlr. O. Rogeris suggestions.
An important cog in the production of the Courier is the Courier
representative. Vivithout his help in pushing sales, taking and caring for
money, and various other things, the Courier would have their progress
beset with difficulties. For all this, We are grateful.
R. lVlcConnachic B. l.enZen
D. Smiter l. Clark
.7'.v5or. Edirol' Amor. Editor
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patient, the doctor, the community and any institution where they may be later identified.
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ACADEMY OF HAIR AND BEAUTY CULTURE
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June Class 1938
Life is What We Make It
Allow me to express my sincere wishes for a successful future for
the students of the Fenger High School, and to offer the suggestion
that in building for the future, that you guard well those things in
life essential to success, especially your health, for a sound body
means a sound mind, and a sound mind will lead eventually to the
goal of your ambition.
Practice the Golden Rule, for therein lies the foundation of your
Your life lies before you-make the most of it.
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IN MEMORIAM ....
SENIOR SECTION . . .
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Berning, Dr. George I-I .......
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Boulevard Market ....,
Bovenkerk, J. C., Inc. . . . . .
Brandt, Charles A. dz Co. .
Brucer's Dairy ..........
Caley Brothers ...,
Calumet Index ......
Chapman Laundry ..........
Chesterfield Federal Savings. .
Chicago College of Commerce ..... . .
Cochrane, Florist ...........
Cousins, Inc. ..... .
Dempsey's Market ,...
Eames, Orrin A ....
Ergo's Bakery .....
F enger Lunchroom ..........
Fenger Parent Teachers Assn.
George's Quality Market .....
Geofs Swedish Delicatessen. .
Govier, Sheldon W ........
Gries, Florist ........
Grubb, G. R. dz Co .....
Hatton Furniture .......
Hitchcock's Pharmacy .....
Kennedy Laundry Co ....
Knapp's Ice Cream .....
Kover-Kraft Covers ....
Kresge Company ....
Levin, Dr. Michael L ........
Lindell, Alderman Arthur J. .
Madderom Coal Company. . .
Metropolitan Business College ..... . .
Monarch Roofing Company. .
Moser Business College ......
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AN IDYLL OF KING WORK
It was a fresh September morning when the
immigrants arrived at the City of Knowledge
to participate in a four year tournament which
was to begin the following week. It was the
law of the land to refuse any person who had
I1O't yet been placed in the eight year tourna-
ment of the neighboring city.
In order to aid the new people to become
familiar with the laws of the city and the
rules of the tournament, King VVork appointed
several knights to do their best to guide the
immigrants during trying periods of the tour-
nament, and to teach them the importance of
obedience to the laws of the city.
Numbers of knaves inhabited the city also.
These people did their utmost to fill the con-
testants with fatigue. They used all their
power to urge these contestants to give up,
and they played evil parts when doing so.
One enthusiastic participant of the tourna-
ment was Student who had been successful in
winning an honorable reputation from the prev-
ious tournament. Unfortunately, however,
Student had been pestered constantly by the
knaves in this new tournament.
While on his way to encounter one of the
four most difficult parts of the tournament,
Student faced circumstances which tripled that
difficulty. He met Mr. Fear who tried to
persuade him to give up his hopes and who
told him that he would never succeed. Stud-
ent, seeing that lyfr. Fear was only a knave
trying to bring trouble to him, refused to do
what he suggested. After many attempts to
persuade Student, Nfr. Fear sought some other
Way to inflict more trouble on to Student.
Seeing that the eager contestant was on his way
toward Latin Lane, which was a short cut to
an important destination, Xlr. Fear put up
signs saying that the road was closed. Fortun-
ately for Student, Sir Courage saw the sign
before Student arrived. Sir Courage, being
aware of the fact that this was the work of
some knave, tore down the signs and kept his
eyes open for the trouble-producing knaves.
Thus, Student passed through Latin Lane and
completed successfully the first quarter of the
But this was not the only incident in which
the knaves sought to inflict trouble upon
Student. VVhi1e making his way toward Chem-
istry Castle in the last quarter of the tourna-
ment, he came upon Mr. Laziness who told
him of a shorter method of reaching Chemistry
Castle. This time Student did not know that
this man who was so eager to help him was
another knave, for Kfr. Laziness succeeded in
his persuasions. But it was not long before
Student deeply regretted following the direc-
tions given by lVfr. Laziness.
After taking the Road of Dishonor, to which
he had been directed by the knave and where
there was no knave to guide him, Student
came upon a dark wood. lt was the Forest
of Evil. Before he had realized it, Student
was lost in this forest. So, he walked on and
on, worried about his whereabouts and where
he would be after the expiration of the four
years, and to make matters a little worse, he
met a man in the forest. Student was glad
that he was not the only one in this desperate
place. He asked the man if he could help
him find his way to Chemistry Castle. The
man, known as Blr. Cheat, told him to keep
straight ahead, and soon he would be on the
road leading to Chemistry Castle. VVhile
walking on, he lost footing and he stumbled
into Coward Cave. It was a dark place look-
ing like a tunnel. W'alking through it he soon
found himself struggling in the Dark Pond of
Despair. Somehow he managed to come out of
the muddy, miry water and out of the tunnel.
Looking straight ahead he could see only a
scene of darkness and then a faint light.
Thinking that perhaps this light might be a
way of getting out of this forest, he walked
toward it. Dark mountains surrounded him.
He walked along a rocky path and soon saw
a ravine where horrid little animals laughed
and leered at him. Feeling very low, Student
trudged on with bowed head filled with fatigue
and worry. Suddenly he heard a voice laugh-
ing from behind. Turning around he saw Nlr.
Fear who was responsible for all his mishap-
hapenings. Xlr. Fear, again tried to persuade
him toward more trouble but Student had
suffered from this persuasion once and was
determined not to listen to him again. He
kept going ahead toward the light which was
getting larger and larger as he walked on. lNlr.
Fear still hung on and walked with him. Soon
he reached the exit of the forest and beheld
a beautiful road called the Road of Hope.
Here he met one of the knights who saw the
knave hanging around Student and trying yet
to persuade him. He immediately seized the
knave by the arm and after listening to
Studentfs account of his difficulties, brought
lN'lr. Laziness before the king who summoned
him to hard work in the kitchen of his palace.
lyfr. Laziness then paid for his bad deeds and
the knight, Sir Faith, was glad to see that
Student finally reached Chemistry Castle and
placed him in the great tournament.
R. O. T. C. CNIT PLACES SECOND
IN FEDERAL REVIEW
FENGER AIILITARY BAND RECEIIVES HIGH PRAISE
IN SIXTH CoRPs ARE.fX
School history was made Friday, hfiay 13, by
Fenger's R.O.T.C. uIIit when they were placed as the
secoIId best organization in the city of Chicago. Not
only did the company receive recognition, but a stated
fact from Colonel Viiilliam lXf'Iorrison, U. S. Army
PALS. aIId T. of tlIe Chicago High Schools said that
the Fenger band was the best R.O.T.C. baIId in the
city of Chicago.
The unit assembled last Friday at IO on tlIe rear
campus and went through a short preliminary review
of tlIe inspection before the inspecting oiiicers arrived.
Wihen the ofiicers, Colonel Viiilliam Klorrison and
Kiajor Yancey, IIIspector General of the E. S. Army
arrived, Cadet Adjutant lNIarvin Peterson gave the
order to sound tlIe adjutants call and the unit swung
into action. InspectioII, quiz O11 theory, drill, gym-
nastics, and the use of equipment were the things
reviewed by the federal officers. A certain number of
points were giveII for how well these things were done
aIId poiIIts deducted from the total for mistakes com-
mitted. TlIe total number of points were summed up
and wheII checked with other R.O.T.C. units, proved
that Fenger was tlIe second highest in tlIe city of Chi-
Klany students wlIo proved outstanding iII this last
semester's enrollment received medals at the inspec-
tion. They were: Capt. Joe Adducci, Oflicers Effici-
ency rnedalg Sgt. Kenneth Filley, N.C.O. Efficiency
medal, Staff Sgt. Royce Klonroe, Band Efficiency
medal, Cadets Bob Halleran, Gregor Larsen, Robert
Hazinger, Neatest Cadet medals, Sgt. Joe Propati,
Riiie hfiarksmansliip. Those awarded Tribune medals
were: Cadets Joe hflasgolia, Dixon LuIIgren, Chris Hotf-
man, and Cadet Corporal Robert Tissing and Cadet
Sergeant Richard Sorenson. Sgt. james Ryan re-
ceived the medal given yearly by tlIe Spanish American
YVar Veterans Auxiliary, First Sgt. Albert Rohn, the
Cook County CouIIcil American Legion Auxiliary medal
and Corporal Robert Lang, the R.O.T.C. Association
medal. The Disabled Veterans of the VVorld XVar
awarded Dan Lucas an Ofiicers Efhciency medal, and
Cadet Sgt. Nierrick Aabye was also given a medal by
the Roseland Post No. 29 of the American LegioII.
1264 VV. 103RD ST.
and Interest in
THE HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1938
CCOntinuedfr0m page 325
almost unknown man, took over the German rule. VVhile freshmen we noted with sorrow the tragic
passing of VVill Rogers, the beloved humorist and philosopher, and VViley Post, the well-known
aviator. It was in 1935 that the Normandie was launched and here in the United States the National
Recovery Act was declared unconstitutional in hlay of the same year.
In September 1935, our sophomore year, we read and discussed Italy's conquest of Ethiopia.
Aeronautical history was made when the Von Hindenberg Zepplin crossed to America in 33 hours
and 32 minutes in May of 1936. Wihen floods began to ravage the Ohio and lhlississippi valleys,
some of our students left to aid in flood relief.
Our memory is much clearer on happenings during our junior and senior years in the world
as Well as in school events. In fairly quick succession came events in England that saddened and
thrilled us. The beloved King George V died and Edward, the much publicized Prince of VVales,
succeeded him. Then came the abdication of Edward, when he declared that he could not rule
without the presence of the woman he loved. How studiously we followed the details of that
romance between English royalty and VVallis Simpson, the American commonerl George VI was
crowned King on lhfay 12, 1937 and a romantic chapter was added to English history.
Among the notables whose deaths we noted were Amelia Earhart, the famous aviatrix, John
D. Rockefeller Sr., the oil magnateg Lorado Taft, the famed Chicago sculptor, Rudyard Kipling,
the short story writer and poet, and our respected VVilliam Bogan, superintendent of Chicago
schools. VVe were especially saddened when we heard the news of the tragic explosion in the public
school of New London, Texas.
Vlvars have been raging in the world these last few years. Civil Vviar has caused much destruc-
tion and loss of life in Spain. Japan has been waging undeclared war on China. Hitler very
recently took over the rule of Austria in a protested war. Even while the ink in our pens is still
wet, the Eurpoean map may be changed further.
Our years in school have seen the wide spread use of streamlining: in automobiles, in buildings,
in furniture and in numerous other things. During these four years we have realized a startling
increase of speed in transportation and communication. They have seen the introduction of techni-
color in the movies, the popularity of swing music, the age of doodads and doofunies which women
call hats, a great era in motion picture history, and the reign of Sulin, the giant panda at the Brook-
As we end our high school careers we find the world rearming for another war. Huge warships
and airplanes are being built, the manufacture of firearms and of ammunitions is being carried on
with fervor, and poison gases that cause us anxiety for our future are being developed. We look
to the past and see changes made, now we must face the future-Viihat will it bring for each one of
us, the graduates of Fenger, June '38?
Time alone will tell.
May I express my Hezrrtic-st I1Ol1g1'2l1-l1-
lations and Best Wishes to the Students
about to leave Fenger better equipped
to 11101-t the pI'OlJl9lllSOfl1f0.
May Opportunity make wary for you
and may Success crown your vli'ort..
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Expert Operators in Attendance
Bleaching and Tinting A Specialty
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Student having left Elementary School Town, where he had studied for eight years, set out to journey
to High School City where he hoped to find his place in the world.
Saying good-bye to the many friends he had made, Student started bright and early one morning.
He chose to walk along Freshman Alley because it led to High School City. After walking a little Way,
he met Nfr. Upperclassman, who teased him for being there. However, when Student paid no attention
to him, Mr. Upperclassman left him.
Continuing along his way, Student was almost run over by Bfr. Lazy who was speeding by in his new,
shiny Copy Car. Seeing Student, Klr. Lazy stopped and offered him a ride. Student willingly accepted,
for he was very tired. Riding along, Student noticed that friends he had made in Elementary School
Town, lN'Ir. Athlete, lvfiss Teacher, and lNfr. Good lX"larks did not acknowledge his cheery greetings. He
wondered about their seeming indifference and asked Mr. Lazy. But lWr. Lazy, the speed demon, was
busy with the car, driving around a corner on two wheels, and bang! went one of the Unreliable Tires,
Mr. Lazy had been using. Student jumped out. Dazed and frightened he began to run.
He soon became tired and lay down under a tree to rest. He fell asleep and when he awoke, he found
his friends, Xfr. Athlete, Xliss Teacher, and Klr. Good Klarks, standing over him. They offered to take
him safely to the end of Freshman Alley and safe on the way to Sophomore Road. He was glad to have
company on the way, so they went together.
When the time came to part, he was warned not to leave the road and given two cards to use in time
of danger. He begged them to go further with him, but was told that they would always be with him
if he remained on the Road. Student thanked them, and they departed.
Walking a little while longer, Student came to a brook where he sat down to rest. He took the two
cards from his pocket and looked at them. On one was written Character and the other Dependability.
While sitting there he heard music, and saw a Fair away off in the hills.
With no further regard to the warning left him by his friends, he set off for the Fair. When Student
finally reached it, he was so tired and thirsty he could hardly stand up.
Entering the busy fair grounds he saw a refreshment stand. He quickly bought a bottle of pop and
a sandwich. After eating them, he began to feel weak and dizzy. He asked the stand owner what it was
that he had bought. The man replied that Student had eaten an Unemployment Sandwich and drunk a
bottle of Unintelligence Pop. Student upon hearing this fainted.
When he was awakened, he found he was bound by heavy thongs. The crowd in the fair are brandishing
sticks and paddles. The stand owner, lNTr. Forgetful, asked him whether he would willingly become a
member of Fall-by-the-Wayside or be forced to join. Student said he would not. just as the mob was
about to strike, a member of the band shouted that Nfr. Text Books was coming. As if by magic, Student
was left there alone.
hir. Text Books came chugging up in his old model Homework Car, with his helpers, Klr. Library
and hffr. Attendance. hir. Text Books leaped out of the car, raced over to Student, and prepared to hit
him. Student cried out telling him who he was. Nfr. Text Books asked for proof. Student told him of his
two cards and where to find them. Wlhen the cards were found, he was untied and helped.
Mr. Text Books then ordered Student to ride with them, so he would keep out of mischief. On the
way once more, Student received scolding and a warning to remain on the road.
Wlhen they reached Junior Street, one of the tires became fiat. Xlr. Attendance suggested that Student
go right on so as not to lose any more time. Student got out and began walking.
After walking a way Student heard a car behind him. joyously he turned around thinking it was
Mr. Text Books. However, it turned out to be none other than lX'fr. Lazy in a newer, brighter Copy Car.
He stopped and offered Student a ride, but Student having learned his lesson, declined.
A little later lkfr. Text Books found him and took him up to Senior Avenue, where they left Student
to get to the Gates of Fame alone.
As Student walked along he noticed others like himself on the same road. They also looked weary
Soon Student saw the Gates of Fame, through which he must go to get his position. At the Gates
of Fame, Student met lXfIr. Principal who gave him a paper, which would show others that he had made
the journey and had come out on top.
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66 Mid-Year Term, February 7
BUSINESS NEEDS TRAINED HELP
lVIany Fongcr Alumni are now filling fine oiicc
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Secretarial, Accounting, and all Business Courses
Cbmptonictcr, Brush-up, Spccd and Review
CREDIT GIVEN FOR COMMERCIAL WORK DONE IN HIGH SCHOOL
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VISITORS WELCOME. BOOKLET ON REQUEST
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