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

 - Class of 1948

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I t Q f 'l A GGCN3 QW? I to IN APPR " To publish a Courier betittihq such a time school as Fenger is a difficult task, requiring the efforts and assist- ance of many individuals. Our book would not have been a success with- out the aid ot lvlr, Boyd, Mr. Kehoe, and the members ot the faculty. lndeed We are indebted to them and the entire student body for their co-operation. P Our special thanks go to our sponsors, Miss lrwin and Mrs. Egan, ROBERT MCFEDRIES ' IACQUELINE JONES Co-Editor C0-Edifoy . F' El-ua U Qt NSE H ,ECIATION for ll1Gll' guidance and U11ClEJl'SlCil1dH ing, and to Mr. Ranks, our photog- rapher, who has served us faithfully for many years. We sincerely hope that in the years to come this Courier will bring back fondest memories of your student life. IIXCQUELINE lONES ' Z RONALD WOHMSER i ROBERT IVICPEDRIES Co-Ec1'iEo1"s in Chief RONALD WORMSER Co-Editor rx . ' Page 2 all all aah iJ ...ii- l'rr..t Huw: HL-rlvurt iimiiriclsuri, liurncli Editor: Doris Jlrrclvmori, 'lypistf Nancy Andvrsori. Music Eiditurp Roqor Baird, Business lidituri Corrirw lkxrtulini, Inter vivw Editor. mfcwrrri Huw: liutlo liolclici, Firrcrnriui Eriiicrg Ctxurlcs iftorrvs. l'iirrloqrcrplir-ry ilorytlr lienriiriq, r-r, Art Editor: Ronald Brcizrzcxlv, Spmtrr l-Idiiorf llutlx Carlson, Irr- torvicw Editor, I'Irrrd Huw: lily Ilny, lirrsairwsm Editor: 'liivlvvrt Crivcirmqlr, li. G. 'i'. C.: luunmrttn Cox. Aftivity iitlitorf l.m'r'crirw Dv Main, liruncii Editor: Lucille Hkurt, Virrtrriciril Editor, Iumflz How: Hurry lflliut, Arial' uicrtv tlclitrrxg jmrms Er'iclc:mrr lixisiritwxs lfriitur: lucqr-line Ford Piilriirity llditcrr: llvlbrr iloiriiriq Hruriclr llrliror: Carol lluisvrrqcr .Kssucicilu iidilor. DHI: iftrw: llcllu Miiilu livin, lit lfdituii Grrrit-viovv Iiiwnr, Virxrmcical ikirtor: Curolvrr Iolin- sonf Sports Editor: Pntririin' lolrn- snri, lrrtorviow Editorg Emily Klusis, Finurrcinl Editor. Sixth lfrrw: Anim Marie Kristin, Yirmiicicl Editor: Axel Lind- strcmd, A11 Editor: Carol Lind- strmn. Yirmricicil Editor: Marilyn Mills, Financial Editor: Robert Mullt-rx, llhcrtoqrtrpiwr, :icvvrrtlr Huw: iiclou Fmrwi-ll, Oflico Ncirmqur, Typirstj Virginia Pnriso. interview Editor: Arim- ilrirlcvr, Music Editor: Stvlln Ym- rmrfci, iiruxirlr Editor: Ln Vvrnv Willow, Art Editor. lfztrfilh Bmw: Yvcriirio 'v'v'illiuI:i::, liiwiir-was Yditur: Ilrtliur Zirilcvl, illri-toqrnplivr: ilirsfr lxwiri, iid' K'I5Ul, gigs. . si? 'wgw RNQXNNN fx Wx wx Q 5 - X wi?" Tis 5 X mx fm .-W ig in Bmw . X . X Q mwwwx, n?"'ff," QQ as X mx n 4 - 7- rj WN,.f'J Q.rf4Lf,r-7 Mg- Jf' .fjx 'f jg ,, f fu- If Jgj A A lj, gf ,fx ,Lilly ,. Q?-1 -53 f if . qw 7 of of O ' An if UI' J iiaycwnjfj-Q. ,,., g L-. V - !'ff -' Q o ' J We hope in the pcxgc-as following io icrke you from the down of your oireshmcm semester to the evening when you walk across the stcrge for the lost time gs CI Fenger student. With this in mind we present to you cm school defy. ,Kfo XL- -A "d so A Q ff-o if J"'f?f-1" 'fu Wf , , WL.. e,-- 0 gh I! I cfffmfz, mn tl IFE comes and goes, but memories will always remain. With this thought in mind, the Courier Staff, in behalf of the Iune 1948 graduation class, is gratified to dedicate this annual to Mr. Gorman Pickard. The sttident body will greatly miss and long remember his vihrant personality. Page 6 Q w Your tour yeors dt Fenger High School hove brought you to incr- turity os orticulote, seliedisciplined. reosoncrljle, informed, responsible citizens. It hos been most grdtiiy- ing to see this steody ond de- termined progress toword the ochievement of confidence in yourself ond in others olong with on intense desire to seek more truth. Your school ond your COIH- munity ore proud of you. Congratulations ond Best Wisltes. Sincerely yours, .Q ' .ogg in '9 Education is merely the begin- ning of CI worth while lite which should contribute to the improves ment ol the indiyiduol os well os to the betterment of mankind. Redding good books, forming profitoble hoppy humon ossoci- ations, ond exercising reflective powers help to complete the edu- cotionol ond culturol process so thot dll humanity may benefit. Vdluoble service to the world hos truly begun if you, os groduotes of Ft uger High School ore inspired VV1fh th belief thot hte is cr greot ond noble culling: not cr meon und qiovolhng thing thot We ore to shuffle through ns we can but C111 elevated and lofty desiinyj' Page 7 I ' 1 EI.. .,,. lffff ADMINISTRATION MR, I, 'l'IIIMI3I,IQI BOYD. .. VIII ION N I .i . I. MISS ELLEN MISS EDNA MH. CLYDE MII, .IIAIITIY KEHOE ..., DQHHZXIXN . . , RIXND,"xI.L .... M, BROXVN. .. . , . . . . ,,,..P:111uiy. .. . . Yfissis-'mit VIIIIVX Y :I ,A ... ..I, urm-Iv: ....Cm:z1SI-1.11 .. . .Conn-.aIo. KOHDYKEH .... ,,., ...,.... I I vmsclur MISS ISAREI. I-ICKIIIDIE.. ,Adzxxslznom XIILTGUIIUZ I ,..AdjI1SIlZ1CIII 'I'euc:Izc1 IIIIGIICII MRS. YIIIISDA O, RCDBINSON . ,. MII, KVM. C. III-IICH ..,... ., . .,......L. Placcrzzczft Cmxnsufm .. .Heading Coazdincitor MISS ESTI-IISR B. LIINDQUIST' .... . .. . .FvIm'sI1crI Supczvism MII. IRNES I. CYCONNELL ..,. MII, HAIIRY KOEDYIIFR , CLASS SPONSORS .., .Sponsor -ff! ... .Sprmswr III MH, ,IOHN IZINNGRABE.. MII. GIIIXYDON I-IUIVIIYDRD .. IRII SS 'MA RY C. OVVENS. 1'-'IISS GLMWYS IFXCOIISON MISS HELEN LIXNINITIIS . 9 ENGLISH MISS MARGARET BYRNH MISS LOIS XX. CONNEH MISS ELLEN DQHAAN MISS MISS MRS. 5,2 EDNR DUNKER MERLE IRVUIN FTDNA C. LITVVHRENIT MISS MISS MRS. MRS. MRS. MRS. MISS . , ,,5ip,wr1:m: .III . . . ..., Spousal .'h, -IL-55 , . . .Spmzsor ,fdfia ... .5pf'n9m 'SX I IIS'I'I'II'IR B. LUNDQUIST G SOCIAL STLIDIES ISWEI- MCKIRDIE MR. 1:uNN13'1'H W, DEAN IiI.IlfZFxBIEI'I'H MORONEY G LADYS EAGAN MR. PETER DQGIIIXFF MISS I.II.LII'XN .ISDINGEII MISS GLADYS IACOBSON If? I' STQAHCEVIC MISS MARY Mccmsiz If-M If' WERTHEIM Mas. Mmjomr G. IYIOONITY e:1,1m11m'H JANE WILSON miss srnim G. m.m"r ADMINSTRATION . . . Top Row: Mr. I. Zingtcxbe. Miss Lan- r. rown, iss wens. . urn o . . . O'Conne11. Miss Randall. Mr. Boyd. Miss Lundquist, Mr. Kehoe. ders, Mr. Koedyker. Miss Jacobson, Mr. Reich. Miss McKirdie M B M' O Mr M I rd Bottom Row- Mx Miss De Haan. ' 'Ns Qcewuf 731 9 MUSIC MR. WILLIAM R. BURNHAM MISS IRENE M. CONNOR MISS IULIA A. 'MULLIGAN MR. NEIL W. TRIMBLE 9 FOREIGN LANGUAGE MISS WILIFRID K. MCPARTLIN MISS MARY C. OWENS MISS CONGETTA CHANGE MRS. MYRA A. WHITWORTH MISS FRANCELIA STUENKEL 9 HOME ECONOMICS ' MISS ANNABELLE CALLAHAN MRS. ELSIE P. FORQUERAN MISS MARY I. HEAGNEY MISS MADELINE IOHNSON 9 MATHEMATICS MR. WALTER H. BRILL MR. CLYDE M. BROWN MR. BERNARD HARRINGTON MR. HARRY KOEDYKER MISS HELEN G. LANDERS MR. GRAYDON W. MUMFORD MR. GEORGE C. SCHROEDER MISS MILDRED TAYLOR 9 COMMERCIAL MISS ALICE CRAIG MISS LORETTA HANNON MISS ALICE R. CAVANAUGH MISS EDITH M. KAY MRS. BERTHA E. MAIER MISS MARIE MCCUTCHEON MRS. HELEN O. MCMAHON MISS HELEN O'SULLIVAN MRS. ELIZABETH I. FRISTOE MISS LUELLA M. KETTLEHON MISS EDNA M. RANDALL MR. WALTER W. SAMPSON MISS IESSIE I. SOLOMON MR. CLAUDE SMITHER 9 SCIENCE MISS MAUD A. BAILEY MISS DORIS M. BLACHLY MISS NORMA A. DEANE MR. IAMES I. O'CONNELL MR. SAYERS A. GARLICK MR. WALTER H. FRISTOE MISS KATHERINE M. STEVENS MR. FREDERICK SCHMIDT MRS. DOROTHY H. TOWNE 4 I .k.k t .Li 3. . . .. . . . ENGLISH . . . Top Row: Mrs. Lyons, Miss Lewerenz, Mrs. Egan. Miss DeHucxn, Mr. Ien- kinson, Miss Wertheim. Miss Lois Connor. Miss McKirdie. Bottom How: Miss Dunker. Miss Wilson. Miss Irwin. Miss Lundquist, Miss Change. Mrs. Moroney. Mrs. Slarcevic. SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS . . . Top Row: Mr. Harrington, Mr. O'ConneII, Mr. Brown. Mr. Schmidt, Mr. Schroeder. Mr. Frisioe. Mr. Brill. Mr. Koedyker. Mr. Mumford. Bottom Row: Mrs. Towne. Miss Landers. Miss Bailey. Miss Blachly. Miss Stevens, Miss Deane COMMERCIAL . . . Top Row: Mr. Engle, Miss Kovuncugh, Mr. Samson. Miss Kettlehon, Miss Rcmdoll, Mt. Smitier. Bottom Row: Mrs. McMahon, Miss Solomon, Miss McCuIcheon, Miss Kay, Miss Hannon. Mrs. Maier. Page 9 SHOP, GRAPHIC ART, AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION MUSIC, ART. AND HOME ECONOMICS . . . Top Row. . . . Top Row: Murray, Lcmdsmcm, Zinnqrrxbbe, Iohnson. Trimble, Meinhcxrdt, Mulligan, Forquercm O'Mcn'a, Icmovic, Beaver. Burnhcm. Bottom Row: Marlin. Heclgney. Connor. Seated: I-Iuisenga, Iones Pollyeu, Ruprecht, Gardner, Johnson. Hostesses. ' SHOPS ' PHYSICAL EDUCATION ' ' LIBRARIANS MR. LEONARD IOHNSON MR. MOSES LANDSMAN MR. FRANK MURRAY MR. LESLIE I. O'MARA MR. GEORGE POLLYEA ' GRAPHIC ARTS MR. ERNEST BEAVER MIR. ERNEST E. BRYEN MR. IOHN IANOVIC MR. IOHN ZINNGRABE MISS EDNA M. MARLIN MR. WILLIAM E. MUSICK MISS ELSIE C. MEINHARDT Page 10 MR. DAVID BARDER MISS KATHRYN M. BULGER MR. HARRY T. DIXON MISS URSULA M. GARDNER MR. DAVID F. HOLMES MRS. MARGARET C. KITZMILLER MR. CHARLES W. PALMER MRS. HELEN C. MATTHEWS MRS. EVELYN RUPPRECHT MR. E. FRANK YOUNG 5 ENGINEER-CUSTODIAN MR. HARRY A. BEALS MR. A. BRUEN, Assistant MR. KARL IENKINSON MRS. MARY LYONS ' LUNCH ROOM Mlss MARY MCCABE ' OFFICE CLERKS MRS. ROSELLA BEEGAN MISS WINIFRED L. BOURKE MRS. MRS MRS MRS ELEANOR G. CAMPBELL FLORENCE I. MURPHY' SARA E. SCHMID ANN M. KELLY MLN ' If f ' V - X X Q ' QX 9 v N XX X ' Q "' if VCX f 1 I , ' x R Q , Up Z Y dt ifhe Y 1 , LX X lu . LI if 3' E fl u ' fwv X ix E +view h Nipofx-igv guileftb h d . Q 'QI U ,!'Iyh v- N -Q ,V-ci by th bc T A ZW 4 w al. M Q ff., f?7. xi1G A ZN LN ,' ,f N X 2 2 Ad Ith ghh 1f x v' f H 1111112 :pk i N V i f E U Pczgell 3: A is Ask 3 X ...N X X.. 5 XXXXX is X X X -Q-Xig'XX,X. X -Q1'Xx:S5 X X3, :.- Nik XNXXXXX X-Xg X fa X X XX-X - -- -- X -Q X X- XX . 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Vernonites eat for breakfast, we conducted a two-man poll with the following results. Bacon and Eggs led by a very wide margin supported by R. Grotts, B. Hofbauer, H. Silmnus. B.Cranson, L. Dudzik, P. Cunico. U. Alban, B. Hoekstra, R. Bowman, B. Victoria, S. Kuchins, A. Hiedekrueger, I. Pajse, and H. Henry. Cereal ran second backed up by I. Noteboom, M. Ogren, A. Volpe, M. Reed, Kucera and A. Miller. Orange and Grapefruit Iuice came in third, a favorite of P. Mcllwraith, L. Panozzo, I. Tullia, P. Wilson, S. Thompson, Stromberg. A. Taylor and A. Billot. The old standbys-Toast, Coffee, and Milk-rated a speedy fourth with R. Powers, R. Sorgane, I. Bailie, F. Volek, Tv-Y 301-2 Teacher: MISS VERHOEVEN Courier Rep.: AHLENE VOLT Top Row: Wildon. Worley. Ste- panian. Volt. Wahlqren, itzky. Wilson. Vanderbye. Williamson. Gregga. 2nd Row: Kisy, Van- der Kooi, Stomg. Weibel, Tap- pett. Toczylows i. Tansey. r- bon. Bottom Row: Zuegel, Young. Vanden. Handel, ig- erick. White. Votolina. Schaaf. Ydreo. Woodward. 303-1 Teacher: MR. IARIS Courier Rep.: NANCY SANDERS Top Row: Taylor. Vandermyde, Peuvion. Richards, Stromberg. Scalet. Somerville. Youngbloom, Wiherq. Wilmot. Rowland. Van- dermgle. Nagela. Bose. Iansen. Znd ow: Manzardo, Missag- gia. Tullia, Owen. Moore. chlueter. Powers, McNauqhton. Scaletta. Walling. Volek. Zubik. Westberq. Sanchez. Bottom Row: Waqenar. Selden. Theleen. Smith Swanson Sax ani. Tes-. . . g low. Sanders, Iacob. 304-I Teacher: MRS. MCCULLAGH Courier Hep. :PHYLLIS IOHNSON Top Row: Nelson, Peterson, Peise. Ienrich, Meredith. Lovino, Wollenherq, LaLond, Little. Hog- berq. Lynd. Iohnson. Aiello. King. Johnson. Znd Row: Quiroz, Pruitt. Nardoni. Peterson, Ku- kula, lobe. Kendall. Levri, Lar- son. Loranqer. Bottom Row: Misunas, Lavarda. McMaster. Mitchell. Beishuizen, Pally. Bradley. Donovan. Crane. Olflfli MPHOH C. Vandermyde. I. Spletzer, I. Ioynt. F. Es- posito. B. Bosco. R. Jacobs and I. Bresnyan. Galloping into fifth we found "Food in General," i.e., anything in the house. vouched for by the local jokers like W. leaves, P. Remegi, W. Burke, L. Cook, R. Bobbie, L. Fontana, L. Comstock, R. Darling and M. Garcznski. There were A, msd' also a few other characters in the crowd who dote on "Wheaties," the all-American food, a sixth choice says B. DeYounq, D. Druiger, R. Schneider, S. Woodward, M. Dawsie, B. Ojenek, M. Mahlumusand and H. Johnson. ,A few "squares" backing a slow seventh don't bother betting at all. skipping breakfast entirely. Last but not least we found Steak and Mushrooms with a lone supporter, Robert Ojenek of Division 307. 302-'I Teacher: MRS. .ATWATER Courier Rep.: BETTY YOUNG Top Row: Blaesing, Boone, Stu- art, Williams, Alarnsha, Clarke, Cranston, Cunico, York, Gor- barz. Ala, Carollo. 2nd Row: Iacus, Murray, Brown. McMur- ray. Dritsas, Cresto, Swanson. Zonta, Dodson, Carapezza, Mar- iuardt, Wenstrom. Bottom Row: ruxzenga, Paxinos, Bowman, Heuser, Bowman, lapenga, Dud- zik, Pallegy, Young. 305-2 Teacher: MISS OLIVER Courier Hep.: ROSALIE LA BLANCA Top Row: Little, Brown, Phelps, Hindes, Mcllwraith, Irwin, Sum- mers, Mllbourn, Hhodenick, Omit, Sterk. Markus. 2nd Row: Sipin. Noteboom, La Barre, Og- ren, McElroy, Vikeras, Omit. La Banco, Matamii. Panozza. Mates. Bottom Row: antero, Flannery, Uhlhorn. Nelson, Mahlurn, Min- kerna, Miller, Lussors, Stakis. 306-2 Teacher: MISS FOWLER Courier Rep.: ELWOOD CI-IEVALIER Top Row: Irving, Gratts, Volpe. Hoigaver. Huisard. Hillebold, Iensen, Reed, Kamp, Hoekstra, Ieanes. Kopiec. 2nd Row: Ku- cera, Kordecka, Johnson. Hu- bert, Chevalier, Iucik, Sailou, Jacobs, Randazzo. Bottom Row: Schultz, Heinz, Pape, Otto, Spanski, Kuchins, Horvath. Iohn- son, Parkhurst. 307-1 Teacher: MISS WRIGHT Courier Rep.: ESTHEH BARRERA To How: De Facci, Boniiield. Biliis, Payne, Ermler, Vicmello, Goramson. Cassin, Azzolin. Omit, Heerema, Gielkamo. Fo- ley. 2nd Row: Cunningham, Blash, Maltedbery. Vermuelen. Boka, Foss, Connachio, Breunig. Evers. Bottom Row: Barpera, Campana, Gash, Schmid, Bailie, Appoloni, Whistler, Mugg, Dra- bek. - Ollllf 'ILFHOIQ However, intriguing as the race was, we had to be about our business, and so once more we lent a snooping ear to find out how most of the Freshies get to and 308-2 Teacher: MRS. RAY Courier Hep.: BOB GOWRONSKI Top Row: Chabala. De Young. Fontana. Esposito. De Young. Dykstra. Sinis, Perm, Garczgn- ski, Genovese, Duringer. Ha n, Smith, Watson. 2nd Row: Durke. Edgerton. Davis, Ekstlom, Free- love, Hartley. Marynowski, Czaia. Bohbe. Seaman. Conley. Glenn, Bovino. Bottom Row: Darling. Frantz. Doughtg. Florin, Ioynt, Cawronski. chuster. Fnqo, Dray. 310-2 Teacher: MISS STEVENSON Courier Rep.: BARBARA SMITH To? Row: Ellerie. Quillman. Ste la, Stankus, Reqnier, Sastek. Hoqt. Splitzer. Hausmann. Sin- eni, Roberson, Ballatose. 2nd Row: Gonzalez, Reqnier, Reme- gi, Van Breeman. Samariin. igura. De Rossi. Rigato. Zigu- lio, Wardell, Schiller, Swisher. Bottom Row: Buble, Branchin. Schury. Richavesaro. Smith. Sterk. Fabuis, Stutzriem, Hyp- stra. ' from school. P. Walters, I. Ydreo, C. Stoat, L. Casellas, L. Comstock, L. Fontana, L. Cook, W. Burke and P. Palmer walk, rain or shine, but H. White, V. Freelove, R. 312-'I Teacher: MISS GREEN Courier Rep.: VICTORIA BREFKA Top Row: Cook. Campbell. Car- apezza. Blackford, Anderson. Beret Lorris. Buis. Cadore. Com- stoc . Buge, Blackwelder. 2nd Row: Staat, Burtac, Billo, Pal- derone. Bretka, Berrey. Steczo. Clinton. Bosco. Bottom Row: Carliq. Bosh. Brezna. Alenison. Bresnyan. Damm. Buwalda. Carli. Boomsma. Service Sponsor: MISS GALLAGI-IER Top Row: Davis, Host, Spletzer, Birqe. Ellene, Iensen, Ruble, Regnier, Wahlqren, Hofbauer, Johnson. 2nd Row: Bianchin, Laughton, Buis, Steal, Quillman, Blackford, Seaman, Schiller, Glenn. Swisher. Bottom Row: Bresynan. Duringer, Smith, Lurlu, Heinz, Panozzo, Sineni, Czaia, Witzky. Reps Top Row: G. A. A. Donovan. Cranston. Owen. Ballatore. Blackford. Hoekstra, Garczyn- ski. Kusy. Mates. 2nd Row: News Reps. Perm, Richardson. Stepanian, Bonzalez. Phillips. Marquardt. Weihel. Kendall. Campbell. Cheulier. Courier Reps. Cheulier. Barrera. Iohnson. La Banco. Breika. Bottom Row: News. Darling. Scalet. Goran- son. Dykstra. Young. Courier- Young. Sanders, Smith. Gow- ronski. Ba nd Sponsor: MR. BURNHAM Top Row: Fontana. McMurray. Grand. Boka. Somerville. Foley. Camgana. Powers. Buwalda. 2nd ow: Westberq. Connachio, Berry. Bottom Row: Young, Foss. Williams. Witxky, Breuniq. Weibel, Heinz. Schuster, Laugh- ton. Roberson. Kukula. Darling. Mahlum. Orchestra Sponsor: MR. TRIMBLE Top Row: Smith. Woodward. Boniiield. Brezna. Frigo. Hutch- inson. Worlegy. Hahn. Vander- myde. Ruisar . Little. 2nd Row: Stuart, Cadore, Breika. Bosca. Marquardt, Waqenaar. Azzotin. Czaia. Bottom Row: Seaman. Bielo. Mugq. Schiller. Ulrich. Reed. La Banco. Sineni, Birgl. Darling. R. Bobbie, I. Young, B. Conley, B. Schury and D. Ulrich are a little less healthy, choosing to walk or ride accord- ing to whatever the weather favors. A few like to pedal to school on their bicycles. but the majority of Mt. Vernonites are just plain lazy and ride the bus like M. Phillips. B. Watson. T. Aleman, I. Berry. R. McMor- ray. A. Taylor. I. Noteboom. etc. Well. it seems that all Mt. Vernon thinks the same on what day of the week is the best. Yes. you guessed it, Saturday or Sunday. There are a few who like days in the middle of the week, like F. Gerrit. M. Witzky. I. Young, I. Payse, B. Hofbauer. N. Hoekstra, Cunico. L. Dudzik and R. La Banco. The time is running out. and we don't want to keep any of you Mt. Vernonites from your first period so we will see you tomorrow morning. V STELLA PATHIARCA' HERB AMUNDSEN Branch Editors Page 17 THE START OF A WONDERFUL DAY 0 Getting up for school in the morning is a great ordeal, as can be proved by students of Burnside. Most of them seem to have the same thought upon awaken- ing-to go back to sleep. "Oh. How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning" could easily be the theme song of L. Linche, R. Rock, I. Harrison, A. Iomemes, R. Thomas, R. Williams, R. Beshur, L. Grant, S. Bard, F. Falardean, R. Nesci. I. Coekran, O. Breck- ner. I. Bowie, E. Boehm and I. Hamicor. Those who wonder if they will get to school on time are Thompson, F. Coso, urndi e I. Akai, G. Adinanis, I. Davis, R. Kohl and B. Barz. Some love school so much that this is their first thought upon awakening. These studious, ambitious girls are A. Stewart, D. Sneade, I. Sanderson, M. Peterson, V. Molnar, H. Doroche, R. Simmons, S. Hayes and F. Williams. On the other hand, R. Musacchio, M. Kapusta, M. Voss, G. Wisin- ski and L. Soroka always wish it were Saturday so they would not have to go to school. ' - I I It seems C. Siemon is too tired to think at all atii such an early hour, while the 4 BURNSIDE FACULTY . . . Left to Right: Acker- amen. Mr. O'Conne1l, Miss Penn, Mr. Weslter- velt, Mrs. White, Mr. Sanders, Miss Peitrich, Miss Gardner. main thoughts of C. Cox and S. Lewis are of their girlfriends. ' Once 'these "guys and gals" are out of bed and have the "dream dust" out of their eyes, they like to dig into a tempting breakfast. Everyone has favorites, and these Burnsiders are no different. Eggs and bacon seem to rate high as the favor- N l l 305-2 Teacher: MH. WESTERVELT , Courier Rep.: GAIL HOME Suggs. Noble. Iohnson. Stelzer Degenhorrt. 2nd Row: Walkie, Holmes. Falardeuu, Falardeau. Bard. Siemon. King. Bentemps. itt, Renlroe, Gilbreth. Manthey, Bowie. Overton, Beharslri. 306-2 Teacher: MRS. WHITE Courier Rep.: S. TRAVIS Top Row: Trellis. Burton, Hurpes, Sanford. Takacs. Pomp, Kozak, H arrison, Simmons, Travis, Hood, Jimenez. 2nd Row: Hum- ilton, Hryn. Puller, Mapp. Sop- pet. Farin. Pearson. Bottom How: Cox, Rock, Buttlemp, Lencke. Barnett, Ehrlick, Girsken as. Rock. Fiaon. 3 1 0-'I Teacher: MISS PETRICH Courier Rep.: R. WILLIAMS Top Row: Thomas. Beshur, Adi- namis. Peterson. Sanderson. El- ey, Leachrnan. Powell, Kobuck. Gurgel, Moss, Joseph, Lowell. Williams. 2nd Row: Cook, Hayes. Suggs, Partes, Kohl, Stewart, Martha. Anderson, Akai, Davis. Sneade. Bottom Row: Novatny. Noble, Vilma. Barr, Grager, arker, Ellis, Muz. Lucas. 313-2 Teacher: MISS PENN Courier Rep.: P. MANNO Top How: Botts. Thompson. Par- ker. Makiel. Baumqartner. Walsh. Scaramella. Haberich- ter, Fadel, Day. 2nd Row: Man- no. Pesic. Iennin?. Gilbreth, Freeman. Guffey. ottom Row: Williams. Hayes, Stewart, Rush. Chapman, Phillips. Freeman, Top Bow: Cochran, Lawrence. y scum. Phillips. Nest-i, Patek: Bottom Row: Fasel. Simon, Pru- Payne. Harrington. ite breakfast of M. Wesley, A. Pearson, I. Pomp. R. Buttleman, R. Mey, L. Ellis, I. Bush, P. Buggs, W. Sytes, B. Simon, I. Por- ter, B. Daniels, P. Rush, C. Payne, I. Parder, D. Ehrlich, M. Hryn and I. Haberichte. Another favorite is pancakes with plenty of good old syrup and sausages. Place these in front of K. Hammerle, D. Hegeduis, Page 19 I R. Griskenas. S. Fiooni, I . Pruitt, I. Phillips. G. Noble, W. Stone. G. Fuller. l. Marvel, G. Holmes, D. Harrington, L. Godfrey and LW lg 8 x D. Novotny, and they would be a very contented group. ' E. Herron, I. Hayis, E. Mantia. C. Fadel. C. Freeman, I. Gilbreth, R. Butler, M. Ma- kiel, I. Iennings, F. Phillips, G. Gurgel, F. Fern, I. Melby. W. McGhee and D. Huelat go for cereal with cream and fruit in a big way. In the morning while getting dressed. many like to listen to their favorite pro- gram beiore school. Some of the early birds, B. Sanford, F. Hoble, F. Eley. A. Lukacs, E. Gilbreth, B. Barr, A. Penn, W. Robinson, D. Manthey, I. Deja and G. 312-1 Teacher: MR. O'CONNOR Courier Rep.: I . Cl-IENOWETH Top Row: Herron. Hcxmmerle Huelat. William, Robinson. mul rid. Greb. Suggs. Penn. Bortnp. Casa. Soroks. Chenaweth Lawrence. Wisinski, Kamicar, Barney, Marvel. 2nd Row: Toth, Deia, Smith. Arvay. Rogers, Voss. Mitchell. Sykes. Parka. Bottom Row: Pietsch. Bush. Ka- pusta, Heqeduis, Brown, Syl- vester. Mellby. 308-2 Teacher: MISS FOWLER Courier Rep.: ELWOOD CHEVALIER Top Row: Irving. Gratts. Volpe. Hoigaver. Ruisard. Hilleqold. Iensen. Reed. Kamp, Hoekstra. Ieanes. Kopiec. 2nd Row: Ku- cera. Kordecko. Iohnson. Hu- bert. Chevalier.. Iucik. Sailou. Iacohs. Randazzo. Bottom Row: Schultz. Heinz. Pape. Otto. Spanski, K u c h i n s, l-Iorvath, Johnson. Parkhurts. Burnside Honor Club Sponsor: MRS. WHITE Top Row: Guliey. Mcrkiel. Stel- zer. Buumgurtner, Pearaon, Wis- inski. Scholz. Takacs. Sieman. Chenoweth, Phillips, Lawrence, Sneade. 2nd How: Holmes, Hyrn, Alarid. Kuhl. Thompson, Farin. Parker. Davis. Arvay. Bottom Row: Gilbreth, Misacchio, Ka- gusta. Pomp. Hayes, Kozak. entroe. Munthey. Lincke. fn.. W. M I Drama Sponsor: MISS PENN Top Row: Nesci. Scaramella Pearson, Phillips, Steller, Gil breth. Freeman, Noble. Mitch ner arm, ar er. adel. p pet, Haberichter, Makiel. Sie rinqton. Phillips. Gilbreth Simon, Pomp. Kozak, Manthey Lucas, Boharski. Boharski. keep up to date as to the latest records by listening to "Record Reveille." S. Dawn, E.'Arvay and I. Chenoweth prefer the old favorites sung by Mac and Bob. . The cheerfulness and style of Two-Ton Baker make him the favorite of R. Iohnson, L. Leachman, C. Cook, S. Bentego, D. Guffey, R. Manno. W. Walker and F. Phil- lips, while Happy Hank ranks high with D. Hayes. D. Alarid, F. Lucas, C. Baum- gartner, P. Day, L. Botts, H. Suggo. A. Pawell and I. Iames. The day is started right for M. King. B. Scholz, E. Brown, -I. Barnett, I. Hamil- ton, C. Lawrence. E. Scarametta, C. Walsh. M. Bontemps, P. Suggs, E. Chapman and N. Mass by listening to any kind of music played by the popular bands. The friendliness and home-like atmos- Service - I Sponsor: MR. SANDERS sag, Burton, Molnar. Barr. Free Barz. Service - 2 Sponsor: MR. SANDERS ell. Scholz. Kinq. Patek. San: -ford. 2nd Row: Manno. Pesic. Holmes, Thompson. Baum art- . F ' P k F Q50 - mon. Takacs. Bottom Row: Har: To Row: Pomp, Musacchio, Ko- man. Gilhreth. Williams. Gris- kenas, Ehrlich. 2nd Row: Scholz. Nesci, Scaramella, Kin , Iohn- son. Phillips, Hayes. Sanford. Bottom Row: Novotny. Lincke. Simo . B h B P . n us. arnett, ayne Harrington, Manthey, Philips, Top Row: Noble. Gilbreth. Rkai. Away. Thompson, Baumqart- ner. arin. Parker. Chenoweth. Kamicar, Huelot. 2nd Row: Manno. Kohl. Pesie, Holmes. Marvel, Fuller, Sanderson. Bot- tom Row: Guifey. Sorokog, Tak- as. Soppet. Haberichtos. Fadel. Sammis, Siemon, Mitchell. phere of the new "Listen to Cliff" program is why it is tops with I. Anderson, B. Grager and S. Fravis. The "Breakfast C1ub" has long been a favorite of many people. R. Pietsch, C. Smith. S. Toth, I. Mapp, W. Rogers. L. Kozak, R. Farin and B. Lawrence are just a few of these. Some Burnsiders are interested in world events and what is going on around them, so L. Greb, L. Farkas, B. Braz, I. Hamicor and G. Adinamis tune in on the news every morning. By the time they drag themselves out of bed, dress, eat a delicious breakfast. and listen to their favorite program, the students of Bumside have to rush to start another wonderful day at school. HELEN HORNING. 4A LORRAINE DeMAIO. 4B Branch Editors ' Page 21 FRESHMEN w 1 J w XXII xx ff 2 3 FN l QAMQ mf? get J l Top Row: Yonker, Rudoiski, Xu- lig, Piazzo, Kiss. Zagotta. Han- sen, Laederach, Spevak, Cram- er. Vitale, Benes. 2nd Row: Rosen, Reich. Nomes. Kuhn, DeMaio, Rowley, Candlin, Wil- lette, Musick. Pridiian, Kiss, Sibbert. Bottom Row: Hoffman. P e d i q o. Wilson, VanderMey. Hoekstrcx, Apgar. Palmer, Bau- er. Mullen. Courier Rep.: FRANK KNOLL Top How: Ebbens, Brown, Dill- man, Coles. Salomon. Johnson. Anderson. Goerres, Staat, law- or. Poltella. 2nd Row: Lorek. ' Bonqiovanni, Martello. Davis. Seriq. Brazzale, Ezop. Bottom Row: Castman, Wizazmen. Fra- zee. Petrie, Dombrowski. De- Groot, Knoll, Cohs, Stella. 'I 1 3- 'I Teacher: MISS BLACHLY Courier Rep.: JOAN KUHN 22 I -1 Teacher: MR. GARLICK EARLY BIRDS GET CRACK AT Elb.,l.l.CA"l:IFON' 0 Here I was, walking downhme halls. when a group of freshmen hehind me started talking about the vefifttliing that was my assignment for the Courier. It seems that there was an argument on what would be the best way to spend a A . ,ev ,ly , 4' - ' -X "Perfect Day." Bet-ty Anderson. Madalene -Brazzale, Vernon Cohs, IacklColtella and Lillian I awor think the Indiana State Dunes would be an ideal place to go. Dorothy Ashe, Carole Brown, George Coles, Ken- 5. neth Dillman, Glenn Frazee and Rosemarie ,r .ral ex ix Piazza said the best place to be would be Riverview Park. Dancing-ah, dancing is what I hear from Ioan Davis, Martha.Eb- hens, Frank Knoll. Richard Martello, Iames Petrie, Robert Stella and Sylvia Sturt. "We'd rather go fishing and lie in the sun all day," say Leonard Whalen, Roger Westman, Ioan Thorp, Harold Johnson and Andrew Lorek. "We'd rather go bike-riding," comment Barbara Stegenga and Ioan Kuhn. "Speak- N of riding, we like .horseback-riding," say Violet Nilsson, Donald Burden, Larry Carr, Beverly Eckardt, Edward Keyl and Theo- dore Ver Haar. "Instead of a perfect day, we would like to spend a perfect week or month traveling around the country visiting the wonders of our country," say Anna Ave- sani. Louis Baker, Martin Bonato, Paul Caracco, Geraldine French and Thomas Norvath. Robert Lindholm and Pat Shelly 348-I Teacher: MISS MAHLIN Courier Rep.: IOANNE CARROLL P Kush. Swart. 206-2 Teacher: MR. DEAN Galanis. 21 1-2 Teacher: MISS EDINGER otte, Guinzio, Tolsma. Top Row: Behnke. Ssneczko Dykstra, Nitz, Crosaro, Kostmk Stegmga, Shagfk, Flores. 2nd Row: Ettemo, artello, Hulsey Cohs, Rigoni, Ponsetti, Schilling Carroll. Bottom Row: Katzen Delveaux. Wagner, Niclas Boersma, White, Vinciglerro Courier Rep.: SAM PUSATERI Top Row: Pierce, Wiezyckx Carlassare, Slavier, Ruff, Ro iell, Woodley, Wonderqem vesani, Frere, Kurvers, Heu man. 2nd Row: Bonato, Den Frarski. Pizylytek. Pusateri Keyl, Brzegek, Eckardt. Iones Karas. Bottom Row: Malukas Elsey, VerHaar, Horvath. N11 sson. French. Hufnagl. Pa-rr Courier Hep.: ROBERT DEKKER Top Row: Boomker, Soderholm Kossak, Dekker, Borqaard, Lam bert, Moltzan, Nelson, Rago Maliuauskas, Eisenberg, Thom as, Rischer. 2nd Row: Olsen . Kulig, Badali, Boand, Fernstem Matcher, Rippe, Reiermat. Gry czewski, Bacon. Zilewicz. Bot tom Row: Dekker R.. Klonhaus Amed, Mellach, Hoenicke, Ay 330-2 Teacher: MISS KAY Courier Rep.: PAUL PULLOS Top Row: Jorgensen, William- son. Vezina, Knudsen, Silverino. Dean. Iacobowski, McNulty. 2nd Row: Jacobs, Cunningham, Ku- ruq, Brislam. Pullos, Osenga. Bottom Row: Tomiello, Angel, Winefka, Lotz. Krenmuller. Swanson. Seaquist, Schroeder. Allan. 303-2 Teacher: MR. SCHMIDT Courier Rep.: IOANNE FRIAR Top Bow: Smith. Scheltema, Kraurxe. Siwkowski. Rosinski. Buchman. Brand, Iohnson, Bar- tolmi, Watts. Niqg. 2nd Row: Kazen. Halbach, Adduci. Ilohn- Sop. Horn. Krylowicz, ada, Wxezycki. Friar. Bottom Row: goberlts, ?sman, Huls, Watt. 90172 0- Wen, Ko elman. Fitch. Adams. pp would rather spend a whole day at home just fooling around. "That's a lazy man's way of having fun," say Pat Woodley, Louis Weizyeni, Elaine Ruff and Ioseph Drungle. "We'd rather 'play tennis or go swimming." Barbara Iones, Theodore Kurvers and Marie Rogell think that skating would be the most wonderful of all. ' "Football, basketball and baseball head our list of favorite sports for a perfect day," piped up Leroy Rudofski, Bob Adams, Leroy Delgado, Gaar Fitch, Robert Booczko and Janes Osmon. "Any place out of school would be perfect day for us," chimed in Marie Ad- ducci, Adrienne Bartolini, Marilyn Brand and Bob Kazen. Ioyce Horn, Helaine Huls, Dolores Iohnson, Mary Kennealy, Donald Koppelwin, Bernard Kriss, Iames Osmon, Frank Schroeder, Peter Soda, Joyce Van Scheltema and Iames Watt think a perfect day is spent at school when the teacher doesn't give any homework and above all, IIO tests. I better get hopping along. or l'll be late for class and my perfect day will be spent in 126. VIRGINIA PARISH, 4A Interview Editor Page 25 som-loMoRE WY-44 12 1. UH H Q ll X H H V77 Q VZ' mf1'q-?'- E 6 I X j X by V .-. 1 N 1 - X ffm 'J H4 KN X Cm! fX ff Courier Rep.: SHIRLEY El-IRHAR To o . lollhson. Balie. Boyd. Filkins. Falco, Garrett. Soxer. Culbert- son. Grandquist. Second Row: Higgins. McDonald. Grotto. Fie- ber, Gustatson. Staizle. Bottom Row: Anderson. Ehrhardt. Ged- SOIQA OIT! ored o Morning Glory? Evening Star? What's your tale, nightingale? That is what you hear if you ever arrive at Fenger between 8:00 and 8:25 in the morning. In fact, it seems that all you sophomores have time to talk with your pals and roam the halls laefore division. But a few studious-minded folks, George 144-3 Teacher: MR. BRYEN T R w- Seymour Hoshaw, min, Carlson. Holmquxst. Barcm- ski, Malinark, Hyram. Holland. 216-3 Teacher: MH. DeGB.AI-'F Courier Rep.: DREA HAST Top Rows Sherman. Van Der Meer, Lehning. Shipka, Ten Hove, Hanson. Wilson, Stone. Sorenson. Schering, Sloan. Hast. Second Row: Comadeca. Zaqer. Anderson. Zuzuly, Slbymrus. Strom. Serrato. Iurek. acres. Bottom Row: Strain. Whitlock. Somers, Powis, Sauter, Sipin. Swinqle, vlltifieti, Messick. Gerding, Mary Dagostina, Douglas Blaki-- man. Betty Mieike, Louise -Waitkus. Ted Forsythe, spend their free tirne studying or reading in the library, while' Beverly De! Vries, Dorothy Wilford, Geraldine Hansen, Ellen Stowe. Carol Itoch spend their time making themselves beautiful, thaw about a few hints, gir1sl?l Then of course, we have a few .who just get to .division on time. mix' Cl'l'l0l"Q6 232-3 Teacher: MISS IOHNSON Courier Rep.: Top Row: Butcher, Cerenzia, Dean, Moberg, Call, Beedy, Da- qostino. Casarotto. Dubbelde- man, Darcy. Rolott, Novak. Gerding. Second Row: Kopesch- ka. Feske. Van Lieshout, Nickel, McManus, Lenore. Mierke, Bro- hik. Drolem, Dietrich, DeVries. Bottom Row: Miedema, Van Witzen, Naqela, Hendry. Man- son, DeVoq, Miller, Benda, Blakeman. H2-3 Teacher: MRS. LEWERENZ Courier Rep.: IANET BEHG Top Row: Macchiazella, Siktberg, Golomb. Caplinger, Rowley. Ianis, Bogosian. Perkins. Ander- son, Balafas, Feder. Second Row: Hall. De'Meis, Butler, Badaluco. Smith, Levine, Lamasa. Loivan- der, Miller. Bottom Row: Springs, Smith. Shirkey, Berg. De Mock, fiiaies, Derrico. Haroldson, Hege- uns. H 401-3 Teacher: MCPARTLIN Courier Rep.: CHARLENE SMUTNY Top Row: Gottardo. Silveonail, Feliszak, Cassese. Steaes, Lom- bardi. Smutny, Johnson, Kuhel, Bernal. Linschoten, Ettemo. Second How: Derkacy, Abate. Radius, Fisher. Smith, Earl. Staat, Panozzo, Compton, Wait- kus, Ruhlander. 'Bottom Row: Yuknis. Wilson, De Ionqe, lack- son, Ferguson, Pappa, Wayne- hiemstra, De Vries, Koesema. 326-3 Teacher: MR. SAMPSON Courier Rep.: STANLEY WILLIAMS 1 Top Row: Williams, Manson. La Banca. Quiroz, Hartwick, Bu- torks, Kn cxkal. Butorka. Gai- lacher. Vyilson. Second Row: Bovano, Matthews. Scapino, Kcrridis, Ruby. Nickel. Bottom Row: Eccher, Hopkins, Krenn, Hansen, Crowleg, Aylmer, Cap- pozzo. Cavato. alder. 133-3 Teacher: MR. SCHROEDER Courier Rep.: JOHN DE MAAR Top Row: Derrico. Stork. Filley, Lehme, Lira. Ettema. Rose. Meyer. Veresh. Arvia, Godbout. Second Row: Lundquist. Johnson, Mazibrook. Slager. Barton. Bot- tom row: Greenway, Kenney. Schettler. Abcack. De Maar, Evers, Pasquerglla. Mal Guldan. Sullivan. 148-4 Teacher: MR. BEAVER . Courier Rep.: RONALD BOEKELOO Top Row: Vander Meulen. Kurty. Johnson, Schuster, Sandstrom. Bruckner. Cohs. Bloom. Wedean. ' Maddox. Forsythe. Chiagpori. SecondRow: Ruta. Hyland. yan, Kasper. Konstans. Smyrock, Fisher, Sieqlinger, lackson. Van Oost. Lawson. Bottom Row: Schlueter. Wiersma. Katzmann. Harrison. Gumpel, Zoellner, Boe- keloo. Hackbeat. Johnson. Daniel Yuknis, Charlene Smutny. Carol Erickson, Ioe Ippolito. Don Fore, and Edith Gross are a few guilty ones. After everyone is in his division, I heard a few voices coming out of the rooms talk- ing over what subject is best to start the day, and it seems as if quite a few would like to start school with breakfastqor lunch: at least, that is what Don Delonge, Iirnmy Derkacy, Daniel Yukmis. Clive Wilson, Marline Pregent, and Dorothy Ioan Kappler say. As to their reason, they are hungry. Could you want a better reason? It also seems that Phyllis Badaluco, Iune Stinnet, Ioan Mear, Donald Kunst, Shirley Gorton. and Iames Koesema want a major subject first to get it over with. Anyway, there is the bell, so I'd better run before I get trampled. A RUTH CARLSON. 4A Interview Editor Page 29 SOPHOMORES LOOK! . SEE! 311-4 ' Teacher: MISS CHANGE Courier Rep.: DOLORES MEGINN IS Top Row: Rosset. Mcxrshke, Mis- niuklewica. Brcxschler. Meqinnis. Mcxikunas. Miz ata Volcxric Second Row: Bolgu. Iflcxsik. Carl: son. Sokolowski. Mundo. Bottom Row: Gall, Swatek. Guqhugen. Brudle , Greenway. Mcxly. Lund- quist, Ylcsilis. Terry. 230-4 Teacher: MISS L. CONNER' Courier Rep.: DONALD KUNST Top Row: Kunst. Horvcth. Fino. Kuchek, Pescetto. Frew, Kruizen- ga, Lodewegen, Fisher, Taylor. econq Row: Schcxvone. Muli- nowskl, Quiroz, Lenzotti, Klein- humilee. Ratio. Bottom Row: Radu. Mutuse , Scrutchio, Pace, Roennun. Schill, Lcmqenberq, Rucz. Kelderhouse. SOME DAY SENIORS YOU MAY BE Page 30 215-4 Teacher: MRS. SOUCY Courier Rep.: ROY SCHEUMANN Top Row: Iohnson, Anderson, Buckley. Van Dorp. Till, Stark. Balazs. Schroeder. Ghidotti, Streit, Weir. Second Row: Stupe- qia. Zelinski. Tunis. Siinnett. Trenton. Nelson. Sisk. Buyel, Ve- zetti. Beckwith. Troller. Bottom Row: Socks. Zbella. Rage, Bell- air. Benevetti, Nelson, Schue- mann. Soukup. Zunica. 250-4 Teacher: MISS HEAGNEY Courier Rep.: ' PATRICIA DEVINE Top Row: Lipsch. Owall. Marion. Noxon. Cimach. Moore. Candler. Goodman. Dixon. Csontos. Second Row: Makiel. Devine, Schreiber, Smith. Iohnson. Fioretti. Bottom Row: Hill. Bergstrom. Krepfel. Hoover. Ienrich, PGPP. Rusnak, Davis. Wise. 315-4 Teacher: MISS KETTLEHON CourierRep.: GUIDO NICOLI Top Row: Neumann. Rose. Nel- son. Mills, Rolfe. Meeks, Nilson, Rossi. McDougall. Rigoni, Omit. Second Row: Omit, Omit. War- dell, Poppa. Krynicki. Webb. Quiet. Bottom Row: Lizak. Blgthe. Norman. Iohnson. Reichert. aul, Watson. Schotro. Nicoli. 229-4 Teacher: MISS LUNDQUIST CourierRep.: SOPHIA ROBINSON Togr Row: Slocm. Riccio. Smitli. De apoli, Leedy. Kornva. West- wood. Sutton. Chaney. Levinson. Flores. Second Row: Cameron. Corrado. Rawson. Cummings. Walter. Rust, Robinson, Cellos. Pintler. Sloke. Bottom Row: Nalon. Leidberq, Heerman, Fick. Ferguson. Barker. Iedrv, Ratiin. Hadley. SOPAOM 0I"86 xl Solak 0I'l'l ored lrwAf: 312-4 Teacher: MISS MCCABE Courier Rep.: PATRICIA KEAVENY Top Row: Garczynski, Putter. Genisig, Dalla Costa. Wiliord, Aurelio. Keir, Guerrero. Horvath. I-lamling. Second Row: Erickson. Holland, Hobscheid, Glasaow. Wyma. Gray. Bottom Row: Kap- tur, Banker, Iohnson, Fruastuck. Beulah, lean. Kastelyn, Connie. Dykstra. 'I29-4 Teacher: MR. MUMFORD Courier Rep.: CAROL KOCH Top Row: Clarke, Hull. Ulivi. Koch, De Maio, Hurst, Kintzele. Fisher. Koblick, Zelinka. Second Row: Baltaqlin. Pierce. Sporti- ello, Kuszute. Beringer. Hay- worth. Bottom Row: Martellc. Leviton. Wocan. Zubowicz. Wall. Lxtwm. Lunardon. Kaminsky, Dickey. Iohnson. 223-4 Teacher: MR. HARRINGTON Courier Rep.: LEONARD BYERLY Top Row: Comstock, Boersma. Buck. Anderson. Bethel, Camp- bell. Jones, Artese. Bailey. Ar- via. Clark. Second Row: Conna- chio. Beale. Mear. Bishoo, Beck- man. Crockett. Alberts, Adducci. Bottom Row: Carlson, Bakkers, Allison. Bednar, Berg, Pravdica, Cibick, Anderson. Cranston. 101-4 Teacher: MRS. TOWNE Courier Rep.: THERESA GOHSKI Top Row: Carranza, Raqo. Carl- son, Gorski. Bishton. Kush, Ro- qell, Santor, Stukoski. Dyke. Little, Eitel. Second Row: Vezina. Krueger. Gaudio. Lombardi. Sass, Viero. Anderson, Austin, Scrutch- ions, Bolek. Bottom Row: Nelson. Nielson. Cahill, Boze, Ippolito, Ross, Waqener, Flowers, Carlson. To the future cmd the distance . . and the good that l can do ,Y,.:f, f" X .S 1 JuNloRs GJ! . 9 CB, Q5 ,f KN fm U .19-.--'O - E - G 0 :22:3::42::s: 'A EB Ziff! iii W, f 2 , X Qi f K X ' , Pg 34 244 Teacher: MISS CALLANAN Courier Hep.: BARBARA IEGAN Top Row: Rowell. Sankowski. Lotrano, Csincsak. legen, Norton, Kass, DeVries. Muys, St. Angelo. Second Row: Campbell. Toth. Schol. Maiewski,Lundberq.1rvin. Flynn. Gretano. Biqoni. Vander- meer. Bottom Row: Kuhel. Porsch- ner, Witmot. Tack. Madderom. Elam, Guinzio, McGill. Brindvalli. 233 Teacher: MISS DUNKEH Courier Rep.: HERMAN DIMEH Top Row: Bertoni, Pope. Corto- passi. Esposito, Day, Dimer. Galambos, Gragg. Cavato. Bosse. Calabrese. Bangeqlan. Second Row: Boysen. mith. Murray. Toth. Copeland. Crince. Buckley. Andrews. Dillman. Bolka, Felber, DeVries. Bottom Row: Beyer. Bayer. Boyer, Daqsvik. Adams. Ruhl. Bergman. Broekstra. Bouma. THE JuNloRs EAT LUNCH o A day at Fenger would not be complete without a visit to the large and airy lunch- room on the first floor, so I decided to stop in and have a chat with the Iuniors. I thought it would be interesting to know how the "guys and gals" spent the re- mainder of their lunch period when they had finished eating. Seems a number of these hungry Iuniors just don't finish eat- ing! At least such is the case with D. Beyer, B. Buckley, I. Toth. C. Bouma. B. Zwick. E. Eby, I. Hayes, and R. Petersen. Then too, there are the "guys" who just cannot help looking at the pretty girls. These fellows are I. Flobb. R. Bayer, D. Nagela, and L. Lucas. l-low are the pros- I pects, fellows? But R. Lardin looks at the practical side of things and just digests his food. Most of the Iuniors have a lot to say and spend their lunch period talking. Among these with so much to say are I. Ahlstrand, F. Dapkus. D. Wink, R. Morandi, L. Lawson. F. Lindskoog, H. Pope, P. Bayer, P. Bertoni, B. Huhl, V. Warner, L. Bolka, M. VanEeker- en, D. Schooley, I. O'Hara, B. Smith, R. Skelton, B. Gladstone, P. Olson. E. Franson, D. Engle and I. Gibson. All of us have preferences. so who are the Iuniors to be different? A lot of us pre- Page 35 uniom 329-5 Teacher: MR. ENGLE Courier Rep.: WILLIAM IOHNSON Top Row: Knoll. Mitchell, lctcus, Cunningham. Hudson, Maloney. Lundberq. Earl. Kirkputrik, Mack. Vezina. Second Row: Lundberg. Omit. Hoter. King. Kotik. Kris- tiansen. I-luliord. Bottom How: Stemme, Lundin. Henfroe. Walk- er. Iones. Mr. Engle. Kasza. Johnson. Mayberry. 314 Teacher: MISS MCCUTCHEON Courier Rep.: IAMES OTIARA Top Row: Tanis, Kanger. Van Eekeren. Zapach. Sack, Fronczyk, Freelove. O'I-Iaru. Bosinski, Second Row: Martello. Chiara, Ewell. Bottom Row: De Groot. Lennon, Campbell. Hammer. Mi- cana. Zoochi. Englemann. Van Dyke. Pastern. 204-5 Teacher: MISS MULLIGAN Courier Rep.: HI-IETA SWANSON Top Row: Zwick. Kritenbrink. Frcmson. Olstrom. Mosley, Smith. Sullivan. Hull. Wahlstrom. Second Row: Sytsma. Swanson. Smith. Nordoni. Bottom How: Stahl. Soderberq. Vander Steeq. Kucercx. Skelton, Dason. Eley. Huiiins. Wagner. 333-6 ' Teacher: MISS OWENS Courier Rep.: DOROTHY BIGEL Top Row: Davis. Biqel. StruPPa- son. De Young. Urmanus, Thorp, Gusinski. Newburan, I-Iullquist. Hogberq. Inger. Mock. Second Row: Barton. Licking. Heath. Aurelio. Roseto, Michalow. Thorp. Geedinq. Courtney. Hills. Bottom How: Davies. Brown. Bonitield. Loichenger. Anderson. Ervcmian. Smith. Gustavson. Maladru. 335-6 ' Teacher: MISS STUENKEL Courier Rep.: BARBARA HAUPT Top Row: Holland. Soppit. Hort- ley, Douglas. Grabski. Haupt. Dubhetka. Noonan. Frame.-n. Gross. Galloy. Second Row: Pres- cott. Dombrowski. Frosoland. Garcia. Guzzardo. Hagen. Foley. Hemminger. Gorton. Bottom Row: Gardner. Gremp. Heidbremer. Frodin. Braschler. Roscoe. Har- mer. Fore. Gehrke. 313 Teacher: MISS CRAIG Courier Rep.: IOAN ROBB Rothenberqer. Brazzale. Peter son. Rowell. Pudlewski. Rolaif Miller. Gemetges. Branch. Mar tin. Second Row: Quiroz. Pintler. Samar ian. Siniarski. Post. Paxt- nos. Saunders. Bottom Row Nack. Nordstrom. Robb. Zapha. Bell. Arnett. Merkoosko. Beyer, Hope. Top Row: Seaman. Peterson. fer agcertain lunch period for different reo- sons. for instance, a lot of the Iuniors like to eat fourth or fifth period because they are so hungry they just cannot wait any longer. Such is the case with I. Hohmann, S. Quiroz, R. Audlewski, I. Lundahl. L. Ra- laff, E. Torres. B. Pratt, I. Malesh, E. Westra. K. Murray. and E. Getz. But of course some people just cannot get enough food and would prefer having three or four lunch periods. Anyhow that's the way it is with R. Gallacher and D. Eaton. Can you imagine? R. Lynd. C. Enghalm. and I. Blackmore think our lunchroom is crowded! No comment. . Poor L. Smith comes to school only to look forward to lunch period. Bright fu- ture. don't you agree? The Iuniors often wonder iso I have been told? how B. Beluschek can eat at home 207-6 Teacher: MISS BAILEY Courier Rep.: DOROTHY RISTRICCI Top Row: Petro. Ertler. lohnson Henderson, Perry. Bader, Has ald W.. Eby. Ring. Peacock. X without the eyes of a certain male gazing fondly on. - Besides having preference as to when we like to eat we also have preference as 319-6 Teacher: MISS BYRNE Courier Rep.: . SHIRLEY GOETTLER Top Row: Lucas. Albrecht, Sever- son. Costa. Mequrdichian, Vez- zetti, Mettler. Riley. Carlson, Allen. Crusius. Second Row: Ra- quso. Davis. Nelson. Hough. Kuleq. Dion, Beaver, Ulrich. Goettler. Boscardin, Budd, Sgira- kes. Bottom Row: Willows, or- rie. Gawronski, Vander Laag, Murphy, Gladstone, Garza. Eh- yes, Robitschek. Bytnar, Ross, Gallagher. Second Row: Sebas- tian Ristucci, Musacchio. Scully. Day. Sorci. Prins. Palermo, Wa - ler. Bottom Row: Martin, Moers. Hieqel, Sarlas. Di Silvestro, Don- lers. Iachera. to what we like to eat. But a lot of our Fengerites are not fussy and eat anything as long as it is food! These "guys and gals" are I. Cunningham, I. Kilroy, D. Pick- rum, S. Marshall. R. Myhre, K. Evans, I. Lewkowski, S. Sorci, I. Ross, D. Macey, E. Quist, E. Reynolds, T. Sayer. M. Young. I. Bires, B. Bossi, I. Dian, and M. Wahlstrom. But then I. Vezzette, C. Willows, D. Reit- er, and I. Peacock are a little more fussy and insist that it be GOOD food. Did you know we have a very serious- rnincled chap in Fenger who goes for the finer things in life and also in lunches, such as filet mignon and crepe suzettes? Yes, F. Larocca is this fellow. Frank also 249-6 Teacher: MISS I. CONNOR Courier Rep.: WINICUS Top Row: Van Sauten. De Haan. Hhea. Wilhite. Worthy. Warner. Omit, Swanton. Second Row: louse. Iohnson. Stover. Phillips. Crowel, Van Den Handel. Bottom Row: Radick. Iohnson. Ball. Winkus. Slivon, Bailey. Berry. Dex-ocke. Rylander. 105-6 Teacher: MISS I. CONNOR Courier Rep.: FRANCIS DAPKUS Top Row: Larson. Sanchez. Stark. Blackmore, Enghala, Ahlslrand, Boersmae, Kooiker. C. Blake. Dal Santo, Sloan. Morandi. Sec- ond Row: Dapkus. Bohmeier. Pole. Cary. Tomiello, Anderson. Airoldi.Craiole. Beachler, Swan- son. Bottom Row: Pierce. Peter- son. Getz. Garritano, Lynd, Ber- guist, Straczewski, Malacky. aur. 248-6 eacher: Mas. FORQUERAN courier Rep.: SHIRLEY PAB1-:R Tow Row: Buchner. Duringer. Evans. Gould. Marshall. Leonard. Faber. Esposito. DeYounq. David. Second Row: Drenth, Evans. Lew- kowski. Anderson. Laftin. Ewinq. Campbell. Dyke. Nesci. M. An- derson. Bottom Row: Pickaum. Peterson M hre Gross Lux Orewdach . ,ghuikelfordf Hoh- mann. Martin. 331-6 Teacher: MRS. E. FRISTOE Courier Rep.: BERNARD McFARREN Top Row: Wrobleweki. Lorek. Gibson, Aramer, Younq. Holtam Grolla. Iuarez. Rugs. McFarren Olson. Bruckner. Second Howi Torres, Morris.Wedler, Freelove Bottom Row: Stigtet. Cosaro Grabmyk. Secord. Gaal. Girge Pettelle. Boblitz. DenBesten. union! uniom 213-6 Teacher: MISS IACOBSON Courier Rep.: ROBERT STEINBAUER Top Row: Schmal, Lussln, Loyus. Bongiovcxnni, Murinsky, Curl- berg, Fischer, Easton. Vander Meer. Bethig, Stiqter, Kuminski. Second Row: Pucwlowski, Crom- well, Rupachi. Nuvorette. Ullrich, Fischer, Buluscheck, Horn, Omo- howski. Bottom Row: Lukemo. Comphell, Steinhaver, Wcmhlberq. Mcxcey, Bedzyk, Gajownik, De Homer, Gonska. 344-6 Teacher: MISS MEIN!-IARDT Courier Rep.: NORMAN FLYNN Top Row: Lcxrocccx, Wolienden, Icxwor, Collins. Drrqen, Lawler. Bossi, Gcxrbarz. Peecher, Siw- kowski. Second Row: Furlid, Wilbex, Amundson, D Julio, Var. loni, Bites, Flynn. Bottom Row: Lonqedyk, Reinke, Schoustrq, Hcxlcli, Skcxlcxhiris, Lcxwsqzi, Macey, Kerslager, Dion. 1 251-6 Teacher: MRS. MOONEY Courier Rep.: IOHN VYSTHER Top Row: Gwisclcxlski. Schmelt- zer, Ccrzel, Rocco, Berle, Vcrtter- rodl, Wood, Greco, Vqstlsow, Hircphzein. Bogowski. Second Row: Emestine, Lorutos. Lun- duhl. Molnor, Bush, Kezis, Smith. Iohnson. Iedlickcx. Bottom Row: Vegina. Olson, Nord, Ingelborg, Fornero, Adams, Quist, Connelly. Koney. 217-6 Teacher: MRS. STARCIVIC Courier Rep.: JANET FRAZEE Top Row: Baldelli. Murer. Prank. Kintzele. Romovsky. Pullos, Fra- zee. Regan. Second Row: Pap- pas, Filkins. Neuens. Barczak. Bottom Row: Nicholson. Devine. Peiermat. Mitchell. Schnell. Mar- rotle. Byroup. Stuart. 203-6 Teacher: MISS STEVENS Courier Rep.: IHENE DARNAY Tap Row: Ertler. Demkowicz. Huszti. Lucas, Scheuerman. Won- dergem. Gustavson. O'Hara. Minasian. Bohor. Bonnar. Second Row: Washington, Carter. Nix- on. Heim. Hylander. Blanchet. Novello, Aurich. Kutzer. Wiley. Bottom Row: Buurda. Penn. Har- rison. Mortensen. Darnay. Bull. Coiimun. Ellis. Vortolina. decides that sixth period lunch is best for him because he has classes the other peri- ods. These Iuniors surely are "on the bal1." Here is .some advice to the iuturegdate- bait of M. Morrie-he is not very talkative. When I asked him what he liked for lunch. he answered "A lot-enough." Better take along a book. gals! What appetites these Juniors have! D. Stark eats a whole apple for lunch! Think of it! Could be she is afraid of doctors. hmmmm?? There is something I just cannot under- stand about M. A. Beaver-why doesn't she like peanut butter? You figure it out. kids. Right now I am hungry! PAT IOHNSON. 4B Iunior Editor l, ' THE 4B CLASS A BOB DICK P IOHN BENEDETTO V P F IEANNE SCI-IAA S ISABEL ROBINSON T XX ,A Q 3 XF? 5X T15 X cj ,. Q I 7' I GGXANL fv ' ec' W " u ff 4 l.J 228-7 . AFTER SCHOOL WITH THE SENIORS e The 3:25 bell had just rung. and' school was over for the day. I had just been told to interview the 4 B's and was thinking I would start now-it I saw some. I was walking to my locker when a couple of the seniors came up and said "he1lo." I thought quickly what question I could ask. I said to myself. "I won- der if they do the same as I do alter school." I got out my pad and pencil and started asking my ques- tions. I finally got the answers iotted down. and there was really a variety. Most ot the students were going right home to do their homework. D. Boska. I. Benedetto. P. Bruno. A. Ricupiclo. D. Dennis, G. Maysian. M. Carli. R. Weinstein. and N. Kachadorian were among these. All the students had left the building. and as usual I was the last one. I was walking slowly be- cause the air was nice. and I had nothing else to do. As I was walking, I met a few more of the 4 B's. I asked them where they were going. With a yawn and a big smile S. Hajik. R. Godbout. W. George. I.. Russell. and I. Flieth said. "Home to sleep-hard day. you know." Well. by now I had a pretty good start. and I Teacher: MHS. MORONEY Courier Rep.: ELAINE SMITH Top Row: Hajik. Tortorici. Olson. Nomady. Skripek. Boydekker. Seneczko. Phillips. Lawrence. Doyle. Second Row: Smith. Holl- bach, Amato. E. Smith. DeMaio. Mayhew. Dehugustine. Leuri, Toigi. Winkus. Bottom Row: O'Connell. M e d o. Hackenson. Sorgani. MacBeth. DeBok, Rode- qhier. Carlson, Flieth. 320-7 Teacher: MISS O'SULI.IVAN Courier Rep.: VIRGINIA BRIGGS Top Row: Logullo. Van Ness. Flinn. Piatia. iacchetti. Briggs. Maturano, Dwelis. Slager. Hol- singer. Second Row: Augustyn. S k 'k H D I. pa owl . ryn. e orenzo. Morton. Bell. Ioseph. Bottom Row: Mclloberts. Neighbor. So- roka. Cameron. Thompson. Lind- ner. Brown. Hoekstra. I-Iattman. Page 43 ,X h Page 44- be 4-B Class 332-7 Teacher: MHS. WHITWORTH Courier Rep.: , NANCY ANDERSON Top Row: Olsen, Omit. Movsi- sicm. Willette. Carli. Hoist. Mys- linski, Bruno, Anderson. God- bout. Second Row: Barnard. Rosko. Boyaiicn. Gritz. Beenes. Knchcdoricm. Bottom Row: I-iaiik. 'White. Ermoian, Thomas. Ber- tolini, Le Rose, Zapach, Zorzi Swett. 318-7 Teacher: MBS. MCMA!-ION Courier Hep.: IOE PESAVENTO Top Row: Sherman, Rowlands. Stankus. Doychak. Ientsch. Ostcx- rello. Violante, Vandercxa. Second Row: Brown, Badoluco, Bishton. Spakowski. Scudella, Carlson. Bottom Row: Hamby, French. Goude, Norville. Munson, Boom:- ma. Thurman, Stelter. Pesavento. 317-7 Teacher: MISS SHANNON Courier Rep.: ELINOR THOMAS Top Row: Merkle, Blackman. Iohnson. Prystnlski. Lindberg, Zimmerman, Berolatti, Johnson, Benedetto. Second Row: Maggie, Weinstein, Vcmderwart. Bona- parte, McLellen, DeHaus. West- man, Behling. Bottom Row: Enqelmcxnn, Dennis, Selke, An- derson. Rowe. Hot. Alm. Bolkcx, Warner. - 350-7 Teacher: MH. MUSICK Courier Hep.: WILLIAM VANDERLAAG Top Row: Russ. Lund. Klusis, Vander Meer. Hall, Forstner, Anderson, Anderson. Kristin. Vclndermyde. Second Row: Prere. Muench. Fitch, Anderson. Jacob- son. Tymony, Whalen. Lerner, Michel. Finequn. Bottom Row: Henderson, Vcmderlacxq. Stoitle, Nelson, Weir, Tnmminqa, Miller, Dick, Wise. , also had a pretty busy week ahead oi me, so I decided to walk up to the Avenue and see who I could iind there. I decided that some students might be in the stores. What a brainstorm! I found at least fifty! M. Maggie, I. Schooler. S. Bernard, H. De Haas, M. Boomsma, K. Daychal, C. Ientsh, B. Norville, R. Rose. B. Spake. E. Slelter, W. Van- der Aa, D. Violante, M. Stankus, R. Swidella, O. Iapenga, E. Myslinski. T. Amato. R. De Augustine. R. O'Connell. L. Lewis, M. Skripek, and R. Nomady were among them. and they told me that there were even more! This was getting interesting. All those seniors working! It was time for supper, and I had a date to go to the show with ......,...,. lthink I would tell you?J. So I hustled home. "I-Ie" picked me up at 7:30 and' when we reached the show, guess whom I met. You are right-the 4 B's. There was a good mystery playing. and C. Westman, D. Selke. E. Thomas. P. Iohnson. N. Anderson, E. Balke. A. Phillips. A. Sherman, E. Anderson. L. Lovino, B. Halbah. G. Eugene, I. Doyle, and R. Billing wanted to see it. I asked them where L. Pfaif, I. Cox, L. De Lorenzo. R. Hoffman. C. Genovess, B. Beenes. L. Martureno. E. Patterson. I. Ford, I. Cameron, B. Hamby. and V. Briggs were, and they said, "Home, listening to the radio." Over in the corner I saw another group. There were a few Iuniors there, but I took the chance and asked the 4 B's what kind of pictures they liked. R. Brown, I. Seneczko. E. Smith. U. Dekka. E. Bada- luco. S. Boyaiain, R. Weinstein. M. Carlie, R. Godbout like musicals. L. Lyle. D. Roska. L. De Maio like dramatic pictures lyou know, the ones that make you cryb. And last but not least. we have E. Manfred. I. Blackman, D. Thurman, E. Sorgani, D.'Spakowsik, 131-7 Teacher: MR. BRILL Courier Rep.: ROBERT RYNBERK Top Row: Cooper. Miller. Baum- ruck. Hansen. Houstrop. Madsen. Boughan. Badaukis. Iohnson. Taylor. Erickson. Second Row: Freeburne. Cobb. Artese. Resce. Schliemann. Omit. Snyder. Bot- tom Row: Pomp. Barendrecht, Glenn. Borgaard. Rynberk. El- linqhaus, Reesor. Bult. Ciochetti. 150-7 Teacher: MR. ZINNGRABE Courier Rep.: FRED HILLS Top Row: Bonardi, Hathaway, Winchell. Buteau, Benninger, Schaaf. Michalik, Muller, Ander- son. Greb. Aitken. Second Row: Bobak. Van Kempema. Robinson, I-Iarowski. Young, Ganzel. Ior- gensen, Iones, Iohnson. Cox. Bottom How: Abbate. Zimmer- man. Ford, Hideen, Schrader. Hills. Baird. Corbett. Zinkel. and D. Dennis liking the 'fone shot-you're dead" westerners. , Finally we went into the show. It was pretty good too. We had a short subject picture on music. a drama, mystery and Donald Duck as a cowboy to top it oil. Everyone must have been happy. Well, here it is Friday, and I have to tum this in now. I started running down the corridor to beat the deadline and saw B. Neighbor so I quickly asked him what radio program he liked best, and guess what-he likes "Town Meeting" best! I CORINE BARTOLINI. 4A Senior Interview Editor CHARLES BENES, President THE THE SENIOR COMMITTEES PROM Teachers: MR. O'CONNELL, MRS. EGAN Students: Robert Ball. Bette Belcher, Lorraine Iohnson. Robert McFedries. Fred MacFarlane. Dolores Kunst. Leo Fiorenzi. Betty Starzyky Herbert Amundsen. Iewel Dimer. Iohn Koch. Marilyn Mills. Fred Slivon. Iane Sudantes, Charles Hallman. Kathryn Bauza, Harry Elliott. Marilyn Sadock. Ioe Koch. Arlene Suckowitz. Robert Soderstrom. Dorothy Paholke. GRADUATION PROGRAM . Teacher: MR. LANDSMAN ' Students: Pat Cary. Alfred Karalius. Marie Coda, Ronald Rowland. William Hartanovich. William Hamill. Walter Schmid, Iohn Coverick, Albert Gaudio. GIFT Teacher: MISS PLATT Students: Carolyn Huizenga, Helen Horninq. Stella Pat- riarca. Joe Lasher. Stella Gritz, Inez Lindstedt, Dolores Laparco. IoaniRoscoe. Grant Holland. lean Knudsen. Rose Friar! K I tPhotos by Chuck Benes and Art Zunkell STANLEY IONEKS, Vice-President INEZ LINDSTEDT. Secretary NORMAN ROSS. Treasurer SENIORCLASS THE SENIOR COMMITTEES ' CAP AND GOWN Teacher: MRS. MAIER Students: Nicla Carli, Elaine Vanderbye, Lois Spanier, Marlene Skibbe, Rose Ann Frangella, Lucille Redman, Robert Otto, Charles Wagner, Marie Newhold, Shirley Boone, Carolyn Davis. SEATING AND MARCHING Teacher: MR. SMITTER Students: Carol Warrington, Helen Buchyrisky, Mar- gorie Ryan, Gladys Schulty, Robert Cavanaugh, Doris Anderson. Virginia Bugler. Doris Schmid, Elizabeth Merrington, Celia Serrato, Iune Sproul, Richard Simo- naitis. ANNOUNCEMENT Teacher: MISS KAVANAUGH Students: Ruth Stahly, Betty Lawrence, Dorothy Schleuter, Irene Kolozy. David Kaminsky, Jacqueline Iones, Betty Gereaz, Darlene Laxton, ,Kathryn Srader. Velva Coburn, Margery Kroporniski. RING W Teacher: MISS LANDERS Students: Connie Geary, Kathryn Bauza. Charlotte Redman. Lucille Belo, Robert Mullen. Marilyn Belder, Genevieve Iawar, Jay Day, Dolores Klein, Virginia Conley, Antol Andrin. DIPLOMA Teacher: MISS WILSON Students: Margaret Koval. lean Strang, Ioyce Nickel, Don Hoshaw, Lucille Ekert, Richard Steubing, Hen- rietta Blankman, Robert Parry. Robert Gallay, lane Davis, Robert Omick. COLOR AND MOTTO Teacher: MISS SOLOMAN Students: Henry Hecht. George Kramer, Lois Nordgren, Ioan Doroche, Irene Waitkus, lean Tomasi, Mary Mamchiarella, Amelia Wolchina, Frances Simons, Mary Smith, Axel Lindstrand. STAGE DECORATION Teacher: MRS. WERTHEIM Students: Eleanor Walter, Iohn Torres, John Fortino, Gerald Young, Robert Cavanaugh, Elaine Mardiss. Pauline Baron. Gizella Udvare. Donald Fisher, Donald Albrecht, Norman Nelson. SPECIAL PROGRAM ADVISORY Teachers: Miss DE HAAN. Miss MCKIRDIE Mn. REICH. MR. KOEDYKER Students: Bob Stotereau. Genevieve Kale, Virginia Sims, Yvonne Williams. Virginia Parise, Ronald Wormser. Marilyn Reinecke. Camille Montressor. Peggy Senechal, Carolyn Edler, Mary Girotto. Page 47 Cfaaa . . . une 7948 Row One ANDERSON. IUNE. 10047 Yale Ave. - Commercial- Pan- Amer. Cl.: Phor.: Phor. Rep.: Tri-I-li-Y. Zeta: G.A.A.: Drl. Tm.: Stud. Libr.: News Rep.: Off. Sec'y: Scr. Dr. ANDERSON. LILLIAN. 10155 South Park Ave.-General-Nat. Hon.: News Staff: Choir: May Fest.: Drl. Cl.: Tri-1-li-Y, Gamma: Host. Cl.: Stud. Libr.: G.A.A. 'I ANDERSON. MARVIN. 11001 Union Ave. - General- Mar.: Courier Hep.: War Bd. Rep.: Scr. Dr.: Red Cr. Rep. Row Two ANDERSON. WAYNE. 10450 S. Normal Ave.-General-Mar. Ott.: Mar.: Scr. Dr.: Tennis Tm.: Chorus: Choir: Tumbl.: Rl. Men: Hi-C Cl. ANDRIN. 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RAYMOND, 12259 Peoria-Technical-Ftbl.: 2 Schl. Let.: Rm. Treas.: Courier Hep.: Mar. Oil.: Scr. Dr.: Inter. Bskbl.: Mar. Row Two CZAIKOWSK1, AUHELIA, 12155 Emerald Ave.--General-News Rep.: Scr. Dr.: G.A.A. DALLE. MARIANNE, 11624 'Eggleston Ave.-General-Pan Amer. C1.: Phor.: News Rep.: War Bd. Rep.: G.A.A.: G.A.A. Hep.: Ser. Dr. DARLING DONALD, 10043 Rhodes-General-Nut Hon.: Phor.: Qu. and Scr.: News Stott: Swim.: 1 Schl. Let.: Hi-Y, Knights: Orch.: Bd. and Orch. Var.: Rm. Pres.: Inter. Bskbl.: Scr. Dr. DARLING, HAROLD, 158 E. 107th St.-Technical-Mar.: Scr. Dr.: R.O.T.C. l..li.l..-W, A rs, Row One 1 DASON. LORRAINE. 10608 Prairie Ave.-Commercial-'l'rL Hi-Y. Beta: GJLA.: G.A.A. Rep.: Rm. Sec'y: Courier Rep.: News Hep. DAVIS. CAROLYN, 136 W. 110th Pl.-General-Rm. Treas.: Courier Rep.: G.A.A.: G.A.A. Rep.: Cap and Gown Com.: Glee Cl.: May Pest.: Tri-Hi-Y. Zeta: Host. Cl. DAVIS. DOROTHY. 9533 Yule Ave.-General-Ser. Dr.: G.A.A. Row Two DAVIS. JANE. 535 W. 103rd St.--General-Host. Cl.: Chem. Cl.: Glee Cl.: Oli. Sec'y: Diploma Com.: Hi-C Cl.: Orch.: G.A.A.: Stud. Libr.: Xmas Fest. DAY. IAY. 79 E. 101st St.-General-Phor. Courier Stott: Courier Rep.: News Rep.: Bskbl.: Ring Com.: Orch.: Bd. and Orch. Var.: Hi-Y. Umbriagos . DIMER, IEWEL, 9829 Calumet Ave.-Commercial-Stud. Conn.: News Stott: Phor. Hep.: Glee Cl.: G.A.A. Hep.: Tri-Hi-Y, Alpaha Host. Cl.: Prom. Com.: Music Fest.: May Fest.: Bd. and Orch. Var.: Phor. Row Three DODSON, BONNIE. 10003 Morgan-General-G.A.A.: Tri- Hi-Y, Sigma. DOROCKE, JOAN. 8746 Dauphin Ave.--Commercial-Nat. 1-Ion.: Phor.: Courier Rep.: News Reg.: Ott. Sec'y: Bd. and Orch. Var.: May Fest.: Host. Cl.: tud. Coun. Rep.: Har- monaires: Color. Motto. Ring. Com.: Cl. Ott. EDLEH, CAROLYN, 10148 Wallace St.-General-Nat. Hon.: Phor.: Qu. and Scr.: News Staff: G.A.A.: 1 Sch. Let.: Host. Cl.: Tri-Hi-Y. Gamma: Program Com.: May Fest.: News Rep.: Courier Rep.: Rm. Sec'y. Row Four EICHWEDEL. NORMAN, 10861 Vernon Ave.-General-Mar.: Cl. Off.: Rm. Pres.: Scr. 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ROBERT. B746 Dauphin Ave.-Technical-Bskbl.: Bsb1.: 3 Schl. Let.: Rm. Treas.: Scr. Dr.: 'Mar.: KUPIEC. ALBERT. 123 E. 118th St.-Technica!-Aicr. Dr.: Mar. KURZ. GERALDINE. 12341 La Salle St.-General-Phor.: Stud. Libr.: G.A.A.: G.A.A. Rep.: Orch.: May Fest.: Tri-Hi-Y, Delta. Page 55 Row One LAZINSKA, LUCILLE, 12451 Parnell Ave.-General--Glee Cl.: Drl. Tm.: Dr. Cl.: Rm. Sec'y: Ott. Sec'y: Debating Cl.: May Fest.: G.A.A. . A LAZZAROTTO. GINO. 11226 Indiana Ave.-Technical-Swim.: 1 Schl. Let.: Mar. Ott.: Mar.: Cl. Oli.: Hi-Y, Vikings: Rm. Pres. LENCI. VIRGINA. 10137 Morgan St.-General-Rm. Treas.: gm. Sec'y: G.A.A. Rep.: G.A.A.: Oli. Sec'y: Tri-Hi-Y. Kappa u. I Row Two LIMBACH, CASPER. 11352 Forest Ave.-Technica!-Courier Rep.: Orch.: Bd. and' Orch. Var.: Ser. Dr. A LINDSTEDT. INEZ. 11121 Parnell Ave.-Commercial-Nat. Hon.: Phor.: 'News Staff: Cl. Ott.: Rm. Pres.: Rrnl Treas.: Rm. Sec'y: Courier Rep.: News Rep.: Tri-I-Ii-Y, Delta: GJLA.: Gilt Com. LINDSTRAND. AXEL, 11339 Wallace St.-General-Courier Staff: Rm. Pres.: Motto Com.: Chem. Cl.: Bskbl.: Band: H.O.'l'.C.: Scr. Dr. Mar. Row Three A Q LINDSTROM. CAROL, 25 W. 112th Pl.-General-Courier Staif: Finan. Ed.: Phor.: Rm. Pres.: Rm. Treas.: Rm. Sec'y: War Bd. Rep.: G.A.A.: Tri-1-Ii-Y, Beta: Pan Amer. Cl.: Red Cross Rep. K Q LITTLE. BARBARA. 12010 Parnell Ave.-Commercial-Rm. Sec'y: G.A.A.: Cheer. Cl. K LOPARDO. DOLORES, 11842 Harvard Ave.-Genera!-Phor.: Nat. 1-lon.: Qu. and Scr.: News Staff: Rm. Treas.: Rm. Sec'y: gtg. gedy: G.A.A.: Orch.: Bd. and Orch. Var.: West. Ramhl.: it om. Row Four LOREN. DORIS, 10052 Emerald Ave.-Commercial-Phor.: Scr. Dr.: Ott. Sec'y: Stud. Libr.: May Fest.: Debating Cl.: Dr. Cl.: Tri-Hi-Y. Theta: G.A.A. MACAK, BETTY, 10514 Perry Ave.-General-Rm. Sec'y: Courier Rep.: News Rep.: Stud. Libr.: G.A.A.: G.A.A. Rep.: War Bd. Rep. MACCHIARELLA. MARY. 11729 La Salle St.-General-Tri Hi-Y. Delta: Color, Motto: Com.: G.A.A.: May Fest. Row Five MATHEWS. DONALD, 10918 Normal Ave.-Technical-Bowl. Cl.: Mar.: Scr. Dr.: Bsbl. MCCORD. ELIZABETH. 10836 Eggleston Ave.-General-Glee Cl.: May Fest.: G.A.A.: Xmas Fest.: Drl. Tm. - MCDONALD, ELOISE, 9549 La sane sr.-Genera:-'nl-H1-Y, Gamma: Stud. Libr.: G.A.A. Page 56 Row One LACIEN. GEORGE. 11400 Indiana-Technica!-Mar.: News Rep.: Bowl. Cl.: Scr. Dr. LA FONTAINE, IOE. 10532 Sangamon-Technica!--Scr. Dr.: Hi-Y, Umbriagos: Bskbl. LAMBERT, BARBARA, 9409 Burnside Ave.-General-Phor.: May Fest.: Chorus: Rm. Sec'y: News Rep.: Grad. Mon.: Tri-Hi-Y. Theta: G.A.A.: G.A.A. Rep.: Chem. Cl.: Leaders Cl.: Dr. Cl. LANG. FRED. 11143 St. Lawrence Ave.-General-Mar.: Glee Cl.: Rifle Tm. How Two LASHER. IOSEP1-l. 9148 Drexel Ave.-General-Phor.: Rm. Pres.: Gift Com.: Rl. Men: Dr. Cl.: Scr. Dr.: R.O.'1'.C.: Red Cross Rep. Mar. LAXTON, DARLENE. 10523 Sangamon--General-Orch.: Bd. and Orch. Var.: Announ. Com.: G.A.A.: Tal. Rev.: Pan. Amer. Cl.: Hi-C Cl.: Red Cross Rep.: Xmas Fest. LAWRENCE. BETTY. 9428 Burnside Ave.-General-Nat. Hon.: Phor.: Qu. and Scr.: News Stati: Stud. Coun.: Announ. Com.: G.A.A.: G.A.A. Rep.: Tri-1-li-Y. Theta: Drl. Tm. LENNON. LAVERNE. 831 E. 89th Pl.--General-Nat. Hon.: Phor.: Qu. and Scr.: News Staff: Rm. Treas.: News Rep.: g.A.A5l G.A.A. Rep.: Dr. Cl.: Drl. Tm.: Tri--Hi-Y. Theta: ost. . 4 p Row One ' MACFARLANE, FREDERICK, 12016 ,Stewart Ave.-General Mar.: Rm. Pres.: Courier Rep.: Ftbl.: Bskbl.: R.O.T.C.: Glee Cl.: Non. Com. Off. MCFEDRIES. ROBERT. 10529 Eberhart Ave.-General-Courier Staif Co-Ed.: Nat. Hon.: Phor.: Cl. Oil.: Rm. Pres.: Stud. Coun.: Oil. Cl.: Rifle Tm. Non. Com. Oli.: Stage Cr.: Hi-Y, K-Dets: Glee Cl.: Prom Com.: Ov. and Scr. MACKINTOSH. LAURA, 41 E. 103rd Pl.--General-Rm. Treas.: Stud. Libr.: G..A.A.: G.A.A. Rep.: Glee Cl.: May Fest.: Tal. Rev.: Tri-Hi-Y. Beta: Pan Amer. Cl. Xmas Fest.: 1 Schl. Let. EJRLKQUIST, IEAN, 520 W. 115th St.-General--News Rep.: MARDISS. ELAINE. 149 E. 117th Pl.-Commercial-Stage and Dec. Com.: Debating Cl.: May Fest.: G.A.A. MARKUS. MARY IANE, 10512 Edbrooke Ave.-General-Tri Hi-Y. Beta: Glee Cl.: G.A.A.: G.A.A. Rep.: Rm. Treas.: Ser. Dr.: Red Cross Rep. Row Two QIIARISSZEWSKI, EDWARD. 1050 W. lD4th St.-Technical-Mar.: cr. r. MASTEI, MARIAN, 12017 Prairie Rve.-General-Phor.: News Staff: Courier Rep.: News Rep.: Drl. Tm.: G.A.A.: Red Cross Rep.: Oil. Sec'y: Scr. Dr. MATRAS, STELLA. 12036 Parnell Ave.-Commercial-News Rep.: G.A.A. MEDLAND. RONALD. 10B41 Eggleston Ave.-Technical-Stud. Coun.: Mar. Off.: Mar.: Rm. Pres.: News Rep.: Swim: 1 Schl. Let.: Hi-Y. Vikings. MELIA. FRANCES. 12342 Perry Ave.--General-May Fest.: Courier Rep.: Cheer. Cl.: War Bond Rep.: Tri-Hi-Y. Sigma: G.A.A. ' ' MENEGHETTI. MATTHEW. 11571 La Salle St. -- Teehnical- Stud. Coun.: Mar. Oil.: Mar.: Rm. Pres.: Scr. Dr.: Bskbl. Row Three MERINGTON. ELIZABETH, 10341 Lowe Ave.-General-Nat. Hon.: Phor.: Phor. Rep.: Stud. Coun.: Ofi. Sec'y: G.A.A.: 2 Sch. Let.: Seat. and March. Com.: Orch.: May Fest.: Bd. and Orch. Var.: Math. Cl. MICHAS, GEORGE. 12214 Harvard Ave.-General-Mar. Off.: Mar.: Ceurier Rep.: News Rep.: War Bd. Rep.: Scr. Dr. MILLER. DONALD. 11516 Parnell Ave.-Technical-Mar.: Mar. Oli.: Bskbl.: War Bd. Rep.: Red Cross Rep.: Scr. Dr. MILLER. DORIS, 11516 Parnell Ave.-General-Phor.: Phor. gepi: gm. Treas.: G.A.A.: G.A.A. Rep.: Red Cross Rep.: os . . MILLS. MARILYN. 11955 State St.-General-Cl. Off.: Courier Staff: Prom Com.: War Bd. Rep.: Courier Rep.: G.A.A.: G.A.A. Rep.: Tri-I-Ii-Y. Delta: Red Cross Rep.: Rm. Treas. . MINEFEE. DONALD. 9319 LaSalle St.-General-Band: Orch.: Bd. and Orch. Var.: Iam Cl.: R.O.T.C. - Row Four MISCHLER, GILBERT, 10653 Spaulding Ave.-General-Phor.: Reel Men: News Rep.: Mar.: Bskbl.: Scr. Dr. MISCHLER. IRVIN, 10653 Spaulding Ave.-General-Chem. Cl.: Reel Men: Rifle Tm.: R.O.T.C.: Bsbl.: Mar.: Scr. Dr. MOLTZAN. EDWARD. 11654 Wallace St.-Technical-Mar.: Ser.: Dr.: Camera Cl. MONCADO. SARAH. 311 E. 116th St.-General--Tri-1-Ii-Y. Lambada Chi: Courier Rep.: News Rep.: Stud. Libr.: G.A.A.: G.A.A. Rep. MORGAN. RONALD. 642 W. 111th St.-General-Mar.: Ser. Dr.: Bskbl. MULLEN, ROBERT, 11734 Perry Ave.-General-Phor.: Courier Stait: Ftbl.: Bskb1.: Ring Com.: 1-li-Y, Corsairs: Non. Com. Oli.: Rm. Pres.: News Rep.: Mar.: Mar. Oil. - un- 1 e - e- ln 1 ,.,. .n 1 -imalnlwt. 1-- - . 1 .. sue -1 i . Row One MILLIGAN, WILLIAM. B45 E. 87th Pl.-Technical-Mar.: Scr. Dr.: Rm. Pres. NACK, VIRGINIA, 10621 Sangamon Ave.-General-Courier Stall: Grad. Mon.: Orch. Solo: Orch.: Orch. Treas.: Orch. Rep.: News Rep.: Glee Cl.: 1 Schl. Let.: Red Cross Rep.: G.A.A.: May Fest.: Tri-Hi-Y. Lamba Chi. NELSON. CAROL, 8245 Indiana Ave.-General-Phor.: News geg: Chorus: Bd. and Orch. Var.: May Fest.: I-Iarmcnairs: . .A. ' NELSON. NORMAN. 352 E. 115th St.-Technical-Swimm. Team: Flower Com.: Rm. Treas.: Rm. Pres.: Red Cross Rep.: Hi-Y, Craig. NEUHOI-D, MARIE, 327 W. 102nd Pl.-General-G4A.A.: G.A.A. Rep.: Cap and Gown Com.: Deb. Cl.: Drama Cl.: Chorus: Glee Cl.: May Fest.: Music Fest.: Sib. NICHOLS. MYRLE. 21 E. l0lst Pl.-General-Phor.: Ring Com.: Hi-C: G.A.A. Row Two NICKEL. IOYCE. 1160 W. 105th St.-General--Tri-I-Ii-Y, Alpha: Choir: Xmas Fest.: Music Fest.: Dip. Com.: Rm. Sec.: Courier Rep.: G.A.A. May Fest. NIEDERMEYER. JAMES, 13724 Leyden Ave.-General-News Rep.: Courier Rep.: Scrap Dr.: Mar. NIEDERMEYER. KATHRYN. 13724 Leyden Ave.--General- Orch.: Chem. Cl.: G.A.A. NIERMANN. GLORIA. 7340 S. Racine-General-Phor.: Pan Amer. Cl.: G.A.A. NORDGREN. Lois. 9959 Lowe Ave.?GeneraI-News szeu: Courier Rep.: G.A.A.: Color Com.: Motto Com.: Off. Sec'y: Drill Cl.: Rm. Sec'y: Scrap Dr.: Hm. Nurs. NORLING. ROBERT, 10731 Forest Ave.-General Bskbl.: 2 Schl. Let.: Scrap Dr.: Rm. Treas.: Mar.: Hi-Y. Umbriaqo's. Row Three OLOFSSON, DORIS, 41 W. 109th St.-General-Off. Sec'y: G.A.A.: Orch. OLROTH, LOIS. 10233 Yale Ave.-Commercial-Scr. Dr.: Oli. Sec'y: G.A.A. OSBORN, HELEN, 312 W. 104th Pl.-General-Nat. Hon.: Phor.: News Staff: Choir: Tri-Hi-Y, Theta: May Fest.: Deb. Cl.: Dr. Cl.: G.A.A.: Oil. Sec'y: Stud. Libr.: Rm. Sec'y. OSTROM. MARILYN. 10719 South Park Ave.-Commercia1- Nat. Hon.: Phor.: News Stait: Stud. Coun.: Host. Cl.: Tri- Hi-Y, Alpha: Rm. Pres.: Rm. Sec'y: Courier Rep.: News Rep.: Ott. Sec'y. OMICK. ROBERT, 10042 Yale Ave.-General-1-li-C Cl.: Phor.: News Stott: Rm. Pres.: Mar. Ott.: Deb. Cl.: Band: News Rep. OTTO. ROBERT, 11123 Edbrooke Ave.--General-Phor.: Cap and Gown Com.: Rm. Sec'y: R.O.T.C. Row Four PAHOLKE, DOROTHY, 10024 Vernon Ave.-Commercial- Prom Com.: Pan Amer. Cl.: Rm. Sec'y: Ser. Dr.: G.A.A.: G.A.R. Rep.: Glee Cl.: May Fest.: Cheer. Cl. PANOZZO. ERMIDA. 11239 Forrestville-General-G.A.A:: G.A.A. Rep. Q PANOZZO, MADELYNNE. 319 Kensington Ave.-GeneraI-- G.A.A.: Deb. Cl. ' PANWELL. HELEN. 417 W. 115th St.-Commercial-Courier Staff. Ott. Manag.: Choir: Xmas Fest.: Music Fest.: May Fest.: Ott. Sec'y: Stud. Libr.: G.A.A.: G.A.A. Rep.: Scr. Dr.: Rm. Sec'y. PAPE. NICK. 11347 State St.-General-Stud. Coun.: Rm. Pres.: News Rep.: Glee Cl.: Bskbl.: R.O.T.C.: Mar.: Hi-Y. Craig: Reel Men: Scr. Dr. PARISH. VIRGINIA. 11512 Lowe Ave. -General-Courier Stall: Glee Cl.: Tri-Hi-Y, Beta: Flowers Com.: G.A.A.: Home Nurs.: Ott. Sec'y: Stud. Libr.: Rm. Treas.: Saddle Cl. -inn 1--ii use - 'ri- ...N ....... New-wgm..r1s.wwmm.-tl ...ar-.r -.Q . 1 1, ---- - erm-... ,..fm.msw.e.-fs... Row One PARKER, ANNE, 10412 Calumet Ave. - General- Nat. Hon., Courier Staff: Phor.: Choir: Dr. Cl.: Oli. Sec'y: Stud. Libr.. g.A.A.: May Pest.: Phor. Rep.: Music Fest.: Xmas Fest.: Scr r. PARRY, ROBERT, 10650 Normal Ave.--General-Mar.: Scr Dr.: Band: Bskbl. PATRIARCA, STELLA, 419 W. 10lst St.-General--Phor.: Courier Stall: Scr. Dr.: Rm. Treas.: Rm. Secg: News Hep. Sed Cross Rep.: Stud. Libr.: G.A.A.: Orch.: hoir, Tri-Hi-Y amma. PEEK, LEVIN. 9835 Calumet Ave.-Technical-Stage Crew, Hi-Y, K-Dets: Rl. Men.: Ush. Cl.: Color Guard: Scr. Dr.: Mar., Riile Tm. Row Two PEKELSMA, GERALD, 4l W. 108th Pl.--General-Mar.: Scr Dr.: Band. PELLEGRINI. ARLENE, 12610 State St.-General-Rm. Pres. Rm. Treas.: Tri-Hi-Y, Delta: G.A.A.: G.A.A. Rep.: News Rep. Glee C1.: May Fest.: Chem. Cl.: Sadl. Cl.: Music Fest. 4 l02nd St -General-Rm. Treas.: Rm. PERLOT. LEO. 31 W. . Sec'y: News Rep.: Ftbl.: Swim.: News Staff. PETERSON. IRENE. 32 W. 109th Pl.-General--Tri-Hi-Y. Zeta G.A.A. l -i..,, t x - Row One PETERSON. THOMAS, 258 W. 117th St.-General-Hi-Y. Cor- sairs: Mar. Oli.: Mar.: Scr. Dr. PETRO, BETTY. 924 E. 93rd St.-General-Phor.: G.A.A. Rep.: G.A.A.: Tri-Hi-Y, Theta: Chem. Cl.: Latin Cl.: Dr. Cl. PETTIGREW, TOAN, 10713 Champlain Ave. - General -- G.A.A.: Scr. Dr. Row Two ZIIAREE. DOROTHY, 49 W. 111th Pl.-General--Stud. Libr.: PIERSON. ALLEN. 8754 Michigan Ave. - Technical - Rm. Treas.: Scr. Dr.: Red Cross Rep.: Dr. Cl.: Rl. Men: Bskhl. PLESE, RAYMOND. 9824 University--Technical-Stud. Coun.: Mar. OH.: Mar.: Rm. Pres.: Cl. Off.: Rm. Treas.: Scr. Dr.: Bskbl.: 2 Schl. Let.: Cap and Gown Com.: Tal. Rev.: Bowl. Cl.: Rm. Sec'y. Row Three PLOMANN. HARRY, 517 W. 118th St.-General-Rm. Pres.: Ush. Cl.: News Rep. POPOVICH. VERA, 1315 E. 92nd Pl.-General-Phor.: Courier Rep.: G.A.A. POZZIE, ELINOR, 10835 Indiana Ave.-General-News Stall: Rm. Sec'y: G.A.A.: G.A.A. Rep.: Tri-Hi-Y, Beta: Rm. Treas.: News Rep. How Four PRESCOTT. GWENDOLYN, 9240 Michigan Ave. -General- Phor.: News Rep.: Oil. Sec'y: G.A.A.: Bd. and Orch. Var.: May Fest.: Tri-1-li-Y. Gamma. PRIIIAN, BETTY IEAN, 11940 Parnell Ave.-General-Phor.: Courier Rep.: News Rep.: G.A.A.: Tri-Hi-Y, Delta. REDMAN, CHARLOTTE. 9933 Morgan St. - General - Rm. Pres.: Rm. Sec'y: News Rep.: Scr. Dr.: Oli. Sec'y: G.A.A.: G.A.A. Rep.: Ring Comm.: Choir: May Fest.: Pan Amer. Cl.: Rm. Vice Pres. ' Row Five REDMAN. LUCILLE. 11746 State St.-General-Cap and Gown Comm.: Delta Tri-1-Ii-Y: G.A.A.: Scr. Dr. REID, IOAN. 10425 S. Vernon Ave.-General-Lambda Chi Tri-Hi-Y: Girls' Glee Cl.: Host. Cl.: Mai Fest.: Ott. Sec'y: Rm. Sec'y: Courier Rep.: News Rep.: G. .A.: Christmas Fest.: Spring Musicale: Drill Cl. RICKERT, LOIS, 10646 May St.-General-Courier Rep.: Phor.: Choir: Christmas Fest.: Music Fest.: Stud. Libr.: May Fest.: G.A.A. Page 59 Row One ROGERS. IRENE. 11728 Stewart Ave.-General-Girls' Glee Cl.: G.A.A.: Lite Saving and Water Ballet: Oil. Sec'y. ROGERS. ROSE MARY. 10411 S. Sangamon St.-Genera1- G.A.A.: Scr. Dr.: Concert Band: Choir: May Fest.: Band and Orch. Varieties: Ott. Sec'y. ROLLINS. RAMONA. 9140 S. Burnside Ave.-General-Off. Sec'y: Bowling Cl.: G.A.A. Row Two ROSCOE, IOAN. 11012 Emerald Ave.-General--Rm. Pres.: Rm. Sec'y: War Bd. Rep.: Red Cross Rep.: G.A.A.: Girls' Glee Cl.: Deb. Cl.: Dra. Cl.: Math. Cl.: Hi C Cl.: Courier Rep.: News Rep.: Oil. Sec'y. ROSS. NORMAN. 10115 Yale Ave.-Technical--Rm. Pres.: Rm. Treas.: Ftbl.: Orch.: Monarch Hi-Y: Mar. - ROWLAND. RONALD. 10038 Emerald Ave.-Technical-Rm. Sec'y: Band and Orch. Varieties: Scr. Dr.: Amateur Show: Pro. and Print. Comm. Row Three ROYSTER. CAROL. 10753 Wallace St.-General-Phor.: Con- cert Band, G.A.A.: Pan Amer. Cl.: I-li C.: Scr. Cl. RUDOFSKI. CLYDE. 12225 Princeton Ave. - General- Class lOIi1ice5iiRm. Pres.: Mar.: Scr. Dr.: Announcements Comm.: ar. . RUST. WALTER. 551 W. 115th St.-Technical-R.O.T.C.: Craig Hi-Y. Row Four RYAN. MARIORIE. 34 E. 101st Pl.--General-Phor.: Rm. Treas.: Rm. Sec'y: G.A.A.: Seating and Marching Comm.: Girls' Glee Cl.: May Fest.: Lambda Chi Tri-Hi-Y: Host. Cl.: Phor. Rep.: Drill Cl.: Christmas F est. SADOCK.'MARILYN. 10605 Prairie Ave.-General--News Statt: l-lost. Cl.: Tri-Hi-Y. Lambda Chi: Phor.: Prom Com.: Pan Amer. Cl.: Drl. Tm.: Bowl. Cl.: Ott. Sec'y: G.A.A' Dr. Cl.: Courier Rep. SALCHERT. IAMES. 10107 Emerald Ave.-General-Phor.: Rm. Pres.: Rm. Treas.: Courier Rep.: Bskbl.: 1 Schl. Let.: Stud. Coun.: Scr. Dr.: Hi-Y. Knights: R.O.T.C.: Chem. Cl. .1 Row .Five SALLAY. FRANK. 225 W. 105111 Pl.-Technical-News Rep ' Rl. Men: Rm. Pres. SANDERSON. HELEN. 11007 State St.-General-May Fest- Oti. Sec'y: News Rep.: G.A.A. Rep.: G.A.A.: Red Cross Rep-I Orch.: Glee Cl. ' SARTORI. SAM. 728 E. 103rd St.-Technical-Mar. Ott.: Mar.: Rm. Pres.: Bskbl.: Bowl. Cl.: Rl. Men: Ad. Cl.: Courier Rep.: Red Cross Rep. Page 60 Row One REINECKE. MARILYN. 11300 Wentworth Ave.-General-Nat. Hon.: Phor.: News Staff: Rm. Pres.: Class Off.. Pres.: Alpha Tri-Hi-Y: Program Comm.: Chem. Cl.: Deb. Cl.: May Fest.: College Day Aid: Saddle Cl. RHODES. DOROTHY. 8132 S. Wabash Ave.-General-Scr. Dr.: G.A.A.: May Fest.: Dra. Cl.: Latin Cl.: Gamma Tri-Hi-Y. RICHARDS. JOAN. 241 E. 108th St.-General-Rm. Treas.: Zeta Tri-Hi-Y.: G.A.A. RIEMERTS. ALBERT. 21 W. 112th Pl.-General-Mar. Ott.: Mar.: Swimming. Row Two RIGONI. CATHERINE. 118 W. 117th St.-General--News Stalf: News Rep.: G.A.A. Rep.: G.A.A.: Deb. Cl.: Gym Leader. ROBERTS. JOHN. 11821 S. Morgan St.-Technical-Mar. Oil.: Orch.: Rm. Pres.: Courier Rep.: News Rep.: Mar. ROBINSON. BETTY. 746 W. 103rd St.-General-G.A.A. ROCKA. LORETTA. 38 E. 101st Pl.-Genera1iPhor.: G.A.A.: May Fest.: Dra. Cl: Scr. Dr.: Leaders Sl.: Ott. Sec'y. Row One SCALZITTI, PAT, 1043 E. 95th St.--Technical-Rm. Sec'y: Scr. Dr.: Bskbl. SCHIEMAN, GORDON. 9807 .Forest Ave.--Technical--Bskbl.: Orch.: Scr. Dr. SCHLUETER. DOROTHY. 10204 Eberhart Ave.-Ger1era1- Phor.: Rm. Pres.: News Staff: Announ. Comm.: Glee Cl.: Host. Cl.: Spring Fest.: Xmas Fest.: News Rep.: G.A.A.: G.A.A. Rep.: Red Cross Rep. SCHMID. DORIS. 10404 Sangamon St.-General-Phor.: Rm. Pres.: Seat. and March. Com.: Tri-Hi-Y. Lambda Chi: Chem. PCI.: Rgl.A?c'y: Courier Rep.: News Rep.: Deb. Cl.: May est.: . . . SCHMID. WALTER. 1,0824 Indiana Ave.-General-Courier Rep.: Mar.: Bskbl.: Scr. Dr.: R.O.T.C. SCHOEN. RUDOLPH, 11541 La Salle St.--Technical-Ftbl.2 Scr. Dr.: News Rep.: War Bd. Hep. X Row Two SCHOUSTRA, DONALD. 232 W. 110th Pl.-Technical-Mar. OH.: Rm. Treas.: Bowl. Cl.: Rl. Men: Ad. Cl.: Courier Rep.: Red Cross Rep.: Bskbl. SCHULTZ. GLADYS, 651 E. 92nd Pl.-General-Phor.7 Stud. Coun.: Rm. Pres.: Rm. Sec'y: Rm. Treas.: Red Cross Rep.: G.A.A.: Seat. and March. Com.: May Fest.: Deb. Cl.: Tri-Hi-Y, Theta: Sadl. Cl. XSQCI-EULTZ. SHIRLEY, 216 E. 136th St.-General-G.A.A.: May es . SEBOK. ELEANOR. 9112 Dauphin Ave.--General-Off. Sec'y: Rm. Sec'y: G.A.A.: Tri-Hi-Y. Theta. SEIP, CAROL, 10023 Rhode Ave.-Commercial--Host. Cl.: Drl. Tm.: Cheer. Cl.: Orch.: G.A.A. SENECHAL, PEGGY LOU. 418 W. 99th St.-General-Nat. Hon.: Phor.: Qu. and Scr.: News Stall: Program Com.: '1'ri-Hi- Y. Theta: Math. Cl.: Let. Girls' Cl.: 3 Sch. Let., 4 Chevrons: G.A.A. Rep. Row Three SERRATO, CELIA. 10011 Rhodes Ave.-General-Seat. and March. Com.: Pan Amer. Cl.: Let. Girls' Cl.: May Fest.: Orch.: Bd. and Orch. Var.: 2 Schl. Let.. 2 Chevrons: G.A.A. Rep.: G.A.A.: Nursing. ,, SIMONAITIS. RICHARD, 537 W. 120th St.--General-Ush. Cl.: Rl. Men: R.O.T.C.: Color Guard: Pick. Pltn.: Non-Com. Off.: Phor.: Seat. and March. Com.: Scr. Dr.: Mar.: Stamp Cl. SIMONS, BARBARA, 851 W. 122nd St.-General-Phor.: News Staff: Rm. Sec'y: Courier Rep.: Off. Sec'y: Stud. Libr.: G.A.A.: Deb. Cl.: Drl. Tm.: Tri-Hi-Y, Delta. SIMONS. FRANCES, 334 E. 115th St.-General--Glee Cl.: Tri- Hi-Y. Delta: G.A.A.: Color Com.: Pan Amer. Club.: Drl. Tm.: Dr. Cl.: May Fest. ' SIMS, VIRGINIA, 12033 Eggleston Ave. - General - News Start: Stud. Coun.: Nat. Hon.: Qu. and Scr.: Phor.: Cl. Off.: Tri-Hi-Y, Alpha: Glee Cl.: Rm. Pres.: Program Com.: Dr. Cl.: May Fest. SINENI, LOUIS, 11745 Michigan Ave.-Technical-Mor.: Rm. Pres.: Rm. Treas.: Rm. Secy : Scr. Dr.: Orch.: May Fest.: Bd. and Orch. Var.: Hi-Y, Knights: Bskbl.: 1 Schl. Let. Row Four SEPERRINO. IOSEPH, 11922 Calumet Ave. - Technical -- Phor.: News Rep.: Scr. Dr.: Mar. SKIBBE, MARLENE, 9857 Ellis Ave.-General-Phor.: Scr. Dr.: Off. Sec'y.: G.A.A.: Cup and Gown Com.: Dr. Cl.: Tri-Hi-Y, Lambda Chi: Pan Amer. Cl.: Phor. Rep. SLIVON. 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Pres.: News Rep.: Scr. Dr.: G.A.A.: G.A.A. Rep.: May Fest. STUPEGIA. FRANCES. 24 E. 124th P1.--General-Rm. Pres.: Courier Rep.: G.A.A.: Dr. C1.: Tri-Hi-Y. Delta: Chem. C1. STONER. SANDRA. 10411 Rhodes Ave.-Commercial-G.A.A.: Cheer. Cl.: Drl. Tm. STOTEREAU. ROBERT. 9946 Racine Ave.-Genera!-News Staii: Program Com.: Rm. Pres.: Cl. Ott.: Rm. Treas.: Bowl. C1.: Scr. Dr.: Math. Cl.: Dr. CI.: Phor.: Mar. STRANG. II-IAN. 1129 E. 81st St.-Genera!-Phor.: News Hep.: Oti. Set:'y: G.A.A.: Dr. Cl.: Tal. Rev.: West. Ramblers: Drl. Tm.: Host. C1. STUBITSCH, DOROTHY. 9811 Morgan St.-General-Scr. Dr.: G.A.A.: War Bd. Rep. Row Four S'1'UEB1NG. RICHARD. 12116 Stewart Ave.-General-Swim. Tm.: Hi-Y. Craig: Phor.: News Rep.: R.O.T.C.: Diploma Com. SUDANTAS, JANE, 10036 State St.-General-Nat. Hon.: Phor.: Qu. and Scr.: Rm. Sec'y: Oli. Sec'y: Stud. Libr.: Prom Com.: Glee C1.: News Staff: G.A.A. Rep.: G.A.A. SUKOWICZ. ARLENE. 8121 Anthony Ave.--Commercia1- Phor.: Giee C1.: Ott. Sec'y: Prom Com.: Rm. Sec'y: Courier Rep.: News Rep.: May Fest.: G.A.A.: Spring Fest SULLIVAN. 101-IN, 10030 Vernon Ave. - Genera! - Hi-Y, Knights Bskb1.: Mar. Ott.: Mar.: Scr. Dr. TEERLINK. IAMES, 124 W. 104th Pl.-General--Phor.: Rm. Treas.: Bskbl.: 1 Schl. Let.: Chem. C1.: Chorus: Scrap Dr. TOMASI. JEAN, 11802 Lafayette-General-Phor.: Beta Tri- Hi-Y: Rm. Sec.: News Rep.: G.A.A.: G.A.A. Rep.: Color and flgotto Com.: May Fest.: Off. Sec'y: Sadl. C1.: Bowl.: Debat. Row One VAN HOWE. HOWARD. 36 E. l02nd St.-General--Tumbling: Schl. Letter: Phor.: Intramural Bskbl.: Tennis Tm.: Mar.: Scr. Dr. VAN OOST. LORRAINE. 35 W. 104th Pl.-General-G.A.A.J Ott. Sec'y: Phor.: Courier Rep.: Ser. Dr.: Gym Lea:1er. VERMEULEN. DORIS. 119 W. 110th St.-General-Ott. Sec'y: G.A.A.: Stud. Libr.: Sigma Tri-Hi-Y: Drill Cl.: Scr. Dr. Row Two WAGNER. CHARLES. 12445 Harvard Ave.-General-Phor.: Mar.: Courier Rep.: Scrap Dr.: Cap and Gown Com. WAGNER. HAROLD. 10039 S. Princeton-Technical-Bsbl. Tm: Intramural Bskbl. Tm.: Mar. Ott.: Mar.: Scr. Dr.: Band. WAHLSTROM. RUTH. 115 W. 109th Pl.fGenera1-ePhor.r Orch.: Choir: Amut. Sh.: May Fest.: Tal. Rev.: BJ. and Orch. 2J:aX.3xNews Rep.: Delta Tri-Hi-Y: Xmas Fest.: Orch. Concert: Row Three WAITKUS. IRENE. 12209 S. State St. - General-G.A.A.: Bowl. Cl.: Deb. Cl.: Rm. Sec'y: Colors and Motto Com. WALLIN. ROBERT. 10150 Vernon Ave.-General--Bskbl. Tm.: Schl. Let.: Scr. Dr.: Intramural Bsktbl. Tm.: Knights Hi-Y. WALTER. ELEANOR. 2140 E. 91st St.-Generale-Rm. Sec'y: G.A.A.: G.A.A. Rep.: Glee Cl.: 1 Schl. Let.: Stage Dec. Com.: Tri-Hi-Y. Zeta: May Fest.: Orch. How F our WARD. CORLISS. 10511 S. Sangamon St.-Technical-Swim.: gsktbl.: Iam Cl.: Mar.: Scr. Dr.: Band: Orch.: Bd. and Orch. ar. WARRINGTON. CAROL. 9936 Lowe Ave. - General- News Staff: Phor.: News Rep.: Tri-Hi-Y. Gamma: Seat. and March. Com.: Chem. Cl.: G.A.A.: G.A.A. Rep.: Scr. Dr. 1sN1C11g1.UND. WILLIAM. 'IOOO4 Vernon Ave.--Technical-Mar.: cr. r. Row Five WILLIAMS. NORMA. 2313 W. 111th Pl.-General-Pan Amer. gli 'Iii-1-Ii-Y. Lambda Chi: Orch.: Dr. Cl.: Drl. Tm.: Rm. Sec'y: WILLIAMS. YVONNE. 11441 Wallace St.-General-Courier Stall: Tri-Hi-Y. Alpha: Program Corn.: May Fest.: Courier Rep.: Rm. Sec'y: News Rep.: Stud. Libr.: G.A.A. Rep.: G.A.A. WINTERHOFF. ROBERT. 508 W. 107th St.-General-I-li-Y. Monarch: News Rep.: Scr. Dr.: Mar. Row One TORRES. IO!-IN. 904 E. 130th St.-Technical--Ftbl.: Cl. Ott.: sed Cross Rep.: Scr. Dr.: Stage Comm.: B.A.A.: 2 Schl. Let.: ar. TORSTENSEN. MARGARET. 10728 I-Iggleston-GeneraI- Courier Rep.: G.A.A. Rep.: Pan Am. Cl.: Choir: Rm. Sec'y: Dr. Cl.: Lambda Chi Tri-I-li-Y: Drl. Cl.: May Fest.: G.A.A.: Christmas Fest. UDVARE. GIZELLA. 10005 Wallace St.-General-Nat. I-lon.: Phor.: Let. Girls' Cl.: Deb. Cl.: Dr. Cl.: 1 Schl. Let.: G.A.A.: I-'lowers Com.: Drl. Tm. UFHEIL. MARILYN. 7337 Harvard--General-Phor.: Phor. Rep.: Chem. Cl.: G.A.A. Row Two ULIVI. GLENN. 12249 Perry-Technical-Mar.: Scr. Dr.: Intramural Tm.: Bskbl. Tm. VANDERBOK. IACK. 10844 Green-Technical-Mar.:Scr. Dr.: Concert Band. VANDERBYE. ELAINE. 10055 State St.-General-Nat. Hon.: Phor.: News Stall: Scr. Dr.: Stud. Libr.: G.A.A.: Cap and Gown Com.: Girls' Glee Cl.: May Fest.: Chem. Cl.: Christmas Fest.: Home Nurs. Cl. VANLEUVEN. ALFRED. 11434 Indiana Ave.-Technica1- Bskbl.: Scr. Dr. Page 63 How One WISNIEWSKI. IHENE, 12249 Parnell Ave.-General-G.A.A.: May Fest.: Scr. Dr. WITT, DONALD. 449 W. 103rd St.-Technical-News Rep.: Scr. Dr.: Advertisers. WOLCHINA, AMELIA, 11236 Union Ave.-General-G.A.A.: Color Com.: Chorus: Music Fest.: Deb. Cl.: Dr. Cl.: Hi-C C1. WORMSER. RONALD. 11428 Normal Ave.-General-Courier Staff: Phor.: Rm. Pres.: Courier Rep.: Band: Hi-C Cl.: Program Com.: Non-Com. Off.. R.O.T.C.: Math. Cl.: Bd. and Orch. Var. Ov. and Scr.: Nat. Hon. 1 YNIGUEZ. ALICE, 500 E. 126th St.-'General-G.A.A.: G.A.A. Rep.: Ott. Sec'y: Red Cross Rep.: Orch.: May Pest.: Dra. Cl.: Drill Cl.: Scr. Dr. Row Two YOUNG. GERALD. 12038 S. Yule Ave.-General-Mar.: Scr. Dr.: Ftbl.: Stage and Decoration Com.: Boys' Glee Cl.: Cor- sairs Hi-Y: Rifle Tm.: Non-Com. Off., H.O.'1'.C.: Picked Platoon. YOUNGS. LOHETTA, 2 E. 114th Pl.-Genera!-Oli. Sec'y: going: Rep.: Phor.: Delta Tri-Hi-Y: May Fest.: G.A.A.: Mar.: cr. r. ZAKHAR. LILLIAN. 704 E. 91st St. - Commercial - Phor.: G.A.A.: Girls' Glee Cl.: May Fest.: Rm. Vice Pres.: Oli. Sec'y: Theta Phi Tri-Hi-Y: Latin Cl.: Schl. Letter. ZINKEL. ARTHUR. 331 W. 100th Pi. - Technical - Courier Staff Photographer: Ad. Cl.: Knights Hi-Y: Bowl. Cl.: Class Ring Comm.: Courier Rep.: Rm. Pres.: Rm. Treas.: Orch.: Mar. ZONTA. ESTHER, 11325 Langley Ave.-General-Girls' Gleqe Cl.: G.A.A. K GLOOMING Skies to the West are stained with madder Amber light on the rare blue hills: The sough,of the pines is glowing sadder From the meadow-lands sound the whippoorwills. Air is sweet with the breath of clover Dusk is on. and the day is over. Skies to the East are streaked with golden: 'l'remu1ous light on the darkening pond, Q Glow-worms pale, to the dark beholden: Twittering hush in the hedge beyond, Air is sweet with the breath of clover, . Silverqthe hills where the moon climbs over. Page 65 , , t,.Ms-N mail-I Sergeant Halliday irightl and Sergeant Lynch FENGER'S DETACHMENT o The R.O.T.C. unit consists of 186 mem- bers. The boys meet for instruction and drill six periods every day. Practice for Federal Inspection takes place in early moming. Six members compose the Mon- key Team, which demonstrates touch 'rifle drill at affairs in the community. Under the direction of Sergeant Halli- day, who won the Purple Heart in World War II, and of Sergeant Lynch, who served in World War I, Fenger's R.O.T.C. won second place in the Federal Inspection of May, 1947. ROBERT CAVANAUGH, 4A R. O. T. C. Editor i 2, W. . ,Q S QQ I 'u Ki 0511 W Ma ff' 4 , X X X - Q S . i5 , Wx, ,ggi ' ix C' L . S , x s syn Q A ., , W . . Q '- a x 53 Q x. 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Atkinson. Marbeth, Renlroc, Coffman, Arnett. Second Row Simonitis. Easton. Andrin. Kramer. Eitel, Iinschoten, Nor ton, Petersen, Olson, Zunica Bottom Row: MacFarlane, Fro- din, Pape, Kerslaqer, Er- vanian. Smith, Engelmann Brammeyor, Wise. NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS o See those cadets with the stripes on their arms, look pretty snappy don't they? If you were to put the officers black belt and saber on them it would be a tough job to pick them out from the rest of the officers. Under the leadership of Cadet Captain McFedries. who has taught them in early morning classes, they have gone very far. For them their goal is to wear a black belt and saber. These boys are Fenger's future officers. U COLOR GUARD o The Color Guard is made up of the iol- lowing R.O.T.C. non-commissioned officers: Master Sergeant, two Staff Sergeants, and two Technical Sergeants. This group of young men under M! Sgt. Engleman has served at assemblies, parades, and foot- ball games. COLOR GUARD Nicoli. Peterson. 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In order to be eligible for membership, the student must be in the upper third of either the 3A, 4B. or 4A class in scholar- ship. From these high-ranking applicants Page 72 the new members are chosen according to good character, leadership in scholastic and extracurricular activities, services ren- dered to the school, and the recommenda- tions of the faculty. It is a great privilege to belong to this society under the wise guidance of its sponsor. Miss Wilfrid McPartlin, and its capable officers, Robert McFredries, pres- ident: Elizabeth Merrington, vice-president: Marilyn Reinecke, secretary, and Carolyn Huizenga, treasurer. , lEANNE'l'TE COX, 4B yi' . PHOREX o No doubt you have seen the tiny. flash- ing gold pin in the shape of A1addin's Lamp worn by many students. This is the symbol of the Phorex Society that is spon- sored by Miss Doris Blachly. It is an or- ganization that signifies scholastic ability and hard work on the part of every mem- ber. To attain this honor a student must re- ceive grades of E or S in his major subjects and no less than G in his minor subjects. The student having earned these grades ror a period of seven-and-a-half semesters is presented with the Phorex pin to honor and cherish throughout the comingyears. IEANNETTE COX. 4B PHOREX . . . Sponsor: Miss Blachly. In this picture are as follows: Doroche. Betoria, Senechul, Slivon. Darling, Reinecke. Huizenga, Lcparco. Kropornicki, Merington. I-Keenan, Iones, Lawrence. QUILL AND SCROLL . . . Back Row: M. Katzan. A. Poaler. B. Stok. G. Bertoia. G. Van Swol, F. Slivon. B. Iohnson. D. Darling, I. Van Schletma, G. Grolla, B. Lawrence. G. Anderson. L. Ivanowski, L. Day. I. Sudantas. C. Nelson. Bottom Row: M. Faranbach. V. Sims. M. Schaat. P. Buble, R. Bonardi, D. Peterson. P. Senechat, D. LaParco. D. Kunst. I. Campbell. Qu if an Sm o A great philosopher once said, "The pen is mightier than the sword." The world is but a great and challenging battlefield of lite. Some of the severest struggles and biggest burdens must be overcome with the pen in hand as battle array. The pupils in our school who have attained the honor of being members of Quill and Scroll are well on their way to protect our rights. Our young journalists have not even cov- ered the first lap of their journey of life: but they have a good stcfrt in helping re- lieve the pains of the world by their "power of the pen." Those who aspire to become members take Iournalism I, Iournalism II and continue work on the Fenger News Staff. THE FENGER NEWS o The News Staff at Fenger is made up of students in Iournalism II and in two extra- curricular groups. numbering all together Page 74 ninety. Don Darling was managing editor and was assisted by Virginia Sims. Dolores Kunst, and Dolores Loparco. Fred Slivon. business manager, was assisted by Connie Geary. Miss Mildred Taylor. who has been spon- sor for many years, took sabbatical leave this semester. Her place was filled by Miss Merle Irwin, who has become Director of Publications. JACKIE FORD. 4B NEWS STAFF Annette Adduci, Lillian Ander- son. Ruth Behling. Louis Berolat- ti. Henrietta Blankman, Helen Bobak. Robert Bonardi. Robert Brown. Marjorie Bult. Robert Burda. Velva Coburn. Mary Conley. Corinne Cosaro. Iohn Coverick. Ioan Cramer. Donald Crusius. Donald -Darling. Adele Dilulio. Iewel Dimer. Ieanette Duringer, Carolyn Edler. Barbara Freelove. Anita Frares- so. Robert Galloy. Connie Geary. Arlene Ghost. Lorraine Grand. Patricia Greb. Ioyce Grolla. Dominic Iuarez. Dolores Kunst. Dolores Laparco. Ioan Lassin, Betty Lawrence, La- verne Lennon. Inez Lindstedt. Irene Lyle. Mari- an Mastei. Mary Mitchell, Bruce Neighbor. Carol Nelson. Lois Nordgren. Helen Osborne, Marilyn Oost- rom, Eleanor Pozzi. Ethel Pullos. Justine Reilermat, Florence Ra- guso. Marilyn Rienecke. Catherine Rigoni. Isabelle Rob- inson. Marilyn Sadock. lean Schaai. Dorothy Schlueter. Peg- gy Senechal. 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Some of the numbers this fifty-five piece orchestra have played are: "The Simpacated Clock," "Po1onaise in A Flat," and "The Stars Will Remember." I NANCY ANDERSON, 4B Music Editor I WEA 6156! I Qywpff N ff is 3 I!!! Ari-:A f . ,Ra I -acl ' 1' ' I Y I V, '5, ,Pi X I Q A - i' I ff' . P' 5 rflgl I . ' f . 0' , I I : e , ' 'I l V , ,-, l 51 -fy . II: - X llf- I 'zxl ' .H X PI- X . p 5 K ', ,RQ .. t It "1 1 1 Q fl It . 1 - ft F fffif - 1 I Nm w f A' il ay 4 , W rl 'w - " W A 'S . , -5+ "Y "' I X SENIOR ORCHESTRA Top Row: Pace. Roscoe. An- derson. Smuck. Minetree, Bires, Buchner. Benson. Si- neni, Reinke, Haifa. Fourth 1 Row: Luxton. Wahlstrom, - Boysen. Robb. Koch. Xxenn. Drolen. Powis, Bugler. Ander- ' son. Third Row: Albrecht. DeGroot. Jones. Nyland, Sut- ton. Rogell, Casarotto. Hem- minqer, Airoldi, Loparco. Csincscxk, Iedlicka. Schu- vone. Second Row: Cameron, Corrado. Pace. Iones, Merinq- ton. Trenton. Konstans. Chis- holm, Smith, Serrato. Schu- ster. Bottom Row: Anderson. Collins. Boyajian, Lawson, Day. Darlina. Kristiansen. Johnson. Zoellmer. JUNIOR ORCHESTRA Top Row: Sineni, Tackowitz. Pierce, Schuemcmn, Gerding, Serrato, Smith, Albrecht. Bot- tom How: Geeding, Fisher. Koch, Casarotto., Rogell. , Csincsak. Bugler. Serruto, Smith. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Sponsor: MISS IHENE CONNOR Top Row: Ettema, Stark. Schilling, Nicholson. Davies, Kass. Higoni. Hallquist. Icmeczek. Hudson. Iawer. Belcher. Second Row: Dapkus, McLe1len, Serig, G. Riqoni, Newburgh, Paholke, Kachadorian. Dillman. Courtney, Bolka. Sleeves. Bottom Row: Zimmerman, Thomas, Carlson, Borqaarfl, Dennis, Brosseau, Adams, Hall. McMaster, McGill. GIRLS GLEE CLUB 5' ii 5 v o Who is responsible for that beautiful music you have been if Q' hearing fifth and eighth periods around here? A 5 PM A Those one hundred cmd fifty strong cmd melodious voices belong to the Girls' Glee Club. These are the girls whom you X have heard sing such songs as "Trees," "Ave Maria," and "The Lord's Prayer," at their own assembly in March, at 1 ,I graduation, and at the Music Festival. 9' IB . GIRLS' GLEE CLUB ll Sponsor: MlSS IRENE CONNOR Top Row: Greenway, Resce, Sukowicz, Falco, Novello, Duringer, Schlueter. Boscazrdin, Meys, Grolla, Gibson, Winkus. Johnson. Ford, Ianis. Second How: DeMeis. Ullrich, Levine. Rogers. Nack, Muench, Rovcmo, Zakhar, St. Angelo, Moberg, Iohnson, Golomb. Freelove, Holtam, Rowley, Bogosian, Cacase, Navarette. Bottom Row: Carlson, Kooiker. Enqholm. legen, Berg, DeVoy, Kovcil. Boniiield, Gerecz, Draschler. , GIRLS' GLEE CLUB III Sponsor: MISS IHENE CONNOR Top Row: Lawson. Vanoost. Nickel, Bertoia. Morton. Ganzel, Muller. Flieth. Iackson.Pisher. Cohs. Bottom Row Bloom C Davis DeGroat. Blake. Lassin. I-Iuizenga. Zonta. Anderson, McAdams. Kristin. Second Row: Ewing. DiGulio, Blackmore Lundahl Miplinski. Enck. Badaluco. Loevander. Under the direction of Miss Irene Connor. their officers this semester are for fifth period-president. Antoinette Rigone: vice-president. Ioan Hallquist: secretary. Ioyce Grolla: treas- urer. Frances Dapkusy and for eighth period-president.IAlice Rot: vice-president. Nancy .Andersonz secretary. Mary Jane Markus: and treasurer. Ioyce Morton. NANCY ANDERSON. 4B Music Editor GIRLS' GLEE CLUB IV Sponsor: MISS IRENE CONNOR Top Row: Brown, Hammer. Dietz. Troller. Reid. Olson. Iohnson. Lerner. Lund, Klein. Campbell. Riley. Lindberg Saunders Peter son. Second Row: Holback, Flynn. Wedler. Cruclrett. Van Scheltema. Hawson. Call. Schliemann. Aurelioi, Markus Nelson Beaver Garczynski. Sullivan. N. Anderson. Bottom Row: Reiter. Springe. Levitan. Fronczyk. Elam, Allison. McCord Walter Reiermat Mitchell. CHOIR I CPART U . CHOIR I QPART Ill r ocagaia . . .g me Jumon AND semon cnom o The Iunior and Senior Choirs are directed by Miss Julia Mulligan. The Senior Choir, second hour, boasts the follovzrf ing officers: Fred Hills, Bill Wagner, Barbara Van Kempema, and Charlotte Hideen. Roger Wyatt leads the Iunior Choir, seventh period, while Rita Rapacki, Dolores Kuhel, and Karen Lundberg lend assistance. Both Choirs are emphasizing letters. To earn a letter one Sponsor:kMISS I. MULLIGAN Top Row: Wagner, Schettler. Dinapoli, Bradley. Koch, Costa, Athenberger, Sach, Stohl, Harrison, Gould, Perkins, Kuhel, Lundberg. Second Row: Hull. Wyatt, Hagen, Murer, Krui- zenga, Mizqata, Pranson, Santor, Zurowicz, Urmanus, Bucky Aurich, Barton, DeYoung. Bottom Row: Hills, Bonardi. Hil deen, Guinzu, Dugsvik, Zapach, Westra, Madderon, Berg Sponsor: MISS I. MULLIGAN Top Row: Webb, Bonsiske, Heath, Licking, Erickson, Prpa- cho, Swanson. Sytsma, Austin, Roberts, Misniakiewicz, Gall, Roscoe, Pornero, Del-Iaan. Severson. Vandermeer. Second Row: Holbach, Karas, Jacobs, Cummings, Siwkowski. Rust, Robinson, Walter, Slager, Omit, Guzzardo, Irvin, Lundberg, DeI.orenzo, Waller, Slunk. Bottom Row: Lira, Gorski, Paxt- gos, Yonder Steeq, Olstrom, Costa, Winchell. Ruhlander. erna . COIR II QPART Il Sponsor: MISS I. MULLIGAN Top Row: Frank, Bobak. School, Micona. Kutzer, Nord, L Anderson, Ostrom, Robitschek, Hideen, Van Kemperna, lor- dan, Toth. Anderson. Schroeder, Petrie. Second Row: Scha- vone. Artese, Gcrghegen, Rosser, Geary, Torstensen, Rimov- sky, Younq, Aurich. Nixon, Henderson, Winchell. I-'letes Campbell, Olsen, Krylowicz. Bottom Row: Parker, Kastelyn, Gumpel, LaMur, Schill, Bednar, Wagner, Barker, Knull. CHOIR II U-'ART ID Sponsor: MISS I. MULLIGAN Top How: Petersen, Nylen. Mack, Gardner. Omit, Rowlands, Finegvm. Ahlstrand. Pullos. Bruckner, Bacon, Eisenberg. Borgcrcrrd, Boomker. Lalfin, Beachler, Roguso, Woodley, Heim, I-Islander. Second Row: Ettemu. Calder, Hatt, Siw- kowski, ary. Smith, Sherman. Badali. Iacobson. Swanson. Thorp, Buckley, Neuhold. Patriarca. Bottom Row: Engle- mcm. Hills, lager. Ruhl, Brincivalli, Wolchina, Damm, Schroeder, Hills. V must be in the Choir four semesters. No credit is given. Many students come both periods. The Choir learned two of Pa1estrina's works besides some eight-part music. The Group plans to make a recording of Bach-Gounods' "Ave Maria" also. The Choir gives cr specicrl assembly each semester besides taking part in the Spring and Christmas Festivals. ANNE PARKER, 4A Page 83 udic- :Hama THE Bovs' GLEE CLUB B Q The officers serving the Boys' Glee Club this semester are president, Donald Thomp- son: vice-president, Fredric Radick, who is also the accompanist at piano and organ: secretary, Louis Berolatti: and treasurer, Nick Pape. These music-loving boys have sung at the Music Festival and have put on their own assembly, including the songs, "Parade of the Wooden Soldiers," and "Panus Angelicusf' Their director is Miss Irene Connor. NANCY ANDERSON, 4B Music Editor BOYS' GLEE CLUB Sponsor: MISS IRENE CONNOR Top Row: Westman. Carranza. Levison, Berolatti. Hansen. Sor- gani, Forschner. Zoochi. Vezina. Turner. Second Row: Derrico. Balaia, Litschitz. Rudoiski. Matchus. Yonker. Benes. Gae- tano. Campbell. Bottom Row: Radick, Connelly, Springe. Short- all. Pape. Thompson, White. Boomsma. Koney. DRAMA CLUB o To teach the fundamentals of acting and to help people to overcome their shyness is the purpose of the Drama Club. On alternate Wednesdays this organization meets with Miss Lois Conner, their able director. As a climax, after much practice during the year, there is an annual three- act play which is enjoyed by both actors and audience. Serving as officers this semester are Gloria Bertoia, president: Emily Esposito, vice-president: loan Roscoe, secretary, and Fredric Radick, treasurer. . ' CAROL LINDSTHOM, 46 DRAMA ctun-1 Sponsor: MISS L. CONNER Top How: Duringer. Urmanus. Paton. Beipel. Buckley. Balcrza. Poppa. Brown. Loichinger. .Bot- tom Row: Noonan. Westra. Hough. Wilber, Radick, Roscoe, Esposito, Brincivalli. DRAMA CLUB-2 Sponsor: MISS L. CONNER Top Row: Robitschek. Guzzardo. Licking. Franzen. Dennis. Kass. Durinqer. Bottom How: Ewing, Parker. Peterson. Wolchina, Ra- dick, Roscoe, Esppio. Siewkowsxi. Page 84 w .X . fi g A "ik - X 11, 'YE X X N' 2- X X- X X XX fi Q. se Q .Q . , X X Q . , .- Ns X 5 Q S5 XX iv X .X X s xg . Q - '- E' "Q X- X X - Q 3- - X X X-:X N . K 'X 9. Q X X, X-X -. X X X K TEX-1 XX, N X 5. ' 'S ' x X X kk .X- A gxxfif , 3 NM. fi 'Si it 1 -NSYQYATT M 1- 53 wx. f 'gfzw Sh t - VX' X fj. A pje X 1 , . Q , X 'V' N X K v if f X -Qsfw NX X X,-. - A S XX jx .Q N sk J X Q' X , .,.. l 3? Q 1 5 X Q1 EQ . T -' 4 1 XY x f im ' ' Xm 1 f s :V x A m Q 125 Xi SN fs Q' X X if 1 ff X T Q XX T X X X 5 X Xggx S535 ggi X X X Xx x ? X X x K QQ X X ss X XHKXQX 'k'- k L XX L . .X 5725 xiii X X 1 X R Sei X his N50 55 3 THE HOSTESS CLUB 0One of the busiest clubs in the school is the- Hostess Club under Miss Madeline Iohnson's sponsorship. This club meets twice a month for regular meetings and serves at innumerable parties, teas, and luncheons held in the school. There was also tun outside school as their activities this semester included a coed picnic. a progressive dinner party. and a theater party. Marilyn Ostrom presides over the club with the help ot Carolyn Edler. Betty Belcher. secretary, and Lillian Anderson. treasurer. help things to run smoothly. ' LIBRARY ASSISTANTS ll-'emier has one ot the finest school libraries in the city. We owe t is to the direction of Mr. Karl lenkinson. Mrs. Mary Lyons, and volunteer pupils who serve during their tree periods as as- sistants. These assistants check books in and out, shelve books. handle the admit cards, and help prepare the books for use. Let us all cooperate with them and keep our library the best in town! CAROL N HUIZENGA. 4A DEBATING CLUB o "I disagree with what you say . . . " This is a familiar phrase in the Fenger Debating Club and one that starts many interesting discussions. Here one may get an idea of both the pro and con side of timely topics. so intriguing to teen-agers interested in world happenings. Miss Wertheim is the club sponsor and the able officers are: president. Bob Iff- land: vice-president, Carol Loichinger: sec- retary. Amelia Wolchinaz treasurer, Ioan Roscoe. DEBATING CLUB S uster, Koney, Daqsvik. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS liq. Feores. HOSTESS CLUB Sponsor: MISS IOHNSON son. Seip. , Sponsor: MRS. WERTHEIM i Top Row: Bush, Foote. Pedinmn ger. Shortall. Second Row: Mar diss, Laven, Levison. Vander Meulen, Maddox, Radick, Sand strom, Franzen, Foleq, Mirray Koch. Heath. Scholz. Blanche! Sieglinger. Balaza, Katzmann Bottom Row: Siwkowski. Beck with, Konstans. Schill, Loxch incier. Wolchina. Buckley. Ryan Sponsor: MR. IENKINSON In this picture are as lollows Kloxnbaus. Koch, Dennis. Butt Koinya. Hulsey. Csincsak. Fran gella, Clark. Snarski. Newburgh Demokowski, Katzmann, Siemilen gex, Carlberq, Hallquist, Rot en berqer, Hideen. Omit. Guzzardo Roseto. Smith, P. Smith. Beenes Scapino, Movsisian. Shapek, Ku Top How: DeMaio. Lennon, Hee nan. Ostrom, Sloan. Fraresso Badaukis, Bult, Davis, Ryan. Sa dock, Schluster. Belcher. Hniel: Hideen, Johnson, Iones. Wash inqton. Bottom Row: Belo, Di mer. Adducci. Anderson, Edler Miller, Miss Johnson, Davis, Do rake, Strong. Boone. N. Ander i L. gf ' M N' X X . X. 1 'Q x . vw x ,lp fiv. Q, -- 1 . , ,Q .. E.. - ' wx . 1 f . . .5 .R 6 11 B M - 4' aims X ' AN W . . ' ' m Q . . Y 1 X32 . x is .Q-4 Q X ' . 3 xid ww X X ,AQ , gs-,i A f . ii fi ' - N L - Sf-' - xx Q XX Y. L X- . X xw,. ...W X i -X f X .X -1-A .. . - gm iq, ij . M 1. SS w f S A K "N -X, 4. .-ff XX Q--Q is ' XS ,, , , Q Q ig xg. xx -- . K . .5 W 55.5. . 4 - x Q w .. . Q ti 5 T' Q? 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Coburn. Ieqan. Robb. Berg. Koch. Sukowicz. Melia. lawor. Youngs. Ehrhardt. Knoll. Second Row: Pullos. Williams. Nickel, Johnson. Friar. Majewski. Lundberg. Swanson. Biqel, Haupt. Faber. oettler. Robinson. Car- roll. Bottom Row: Brazzle. Ni- coli. Rynberk. Elliot. Fortino. Mullen. Steinhaver. Schuemann. Vander Laag. ' v NEWS REPRESENTATIVES Sponsor: MISS M. IRWIN Top Row: Laederach, Kuhel, Krenn. Moberq. Daqen. Mastej. Dekker. Damm. Grabski. Davies. Fortino. Coverick, Iurek. 'Second Row: De Meis. Krylowicz. Sytsma. Hull. -MGE. Lundahl. Boysen. Syvanson. dler. Bottom Row: Di Silvestro. Iawor. Petro, Galanis. iorgliu. Iones. Irvin. Mitchel. ac . Top Row: Bertoicr. Geary. Wr- tin. Holland. Lindstrand. Misch- ler. Teerlink. Salchert. Third Row: Sirnonaitis. Johnson. Cra- mer. Coburn. Schmid. Iones. Merinqton. Sproul. Hofllander. Brazala. Horn. Second Row: Pa- triarca. louse. Niedermeyer. Uf- heil. Davis, Petro. Chisholm. Grand. Mischler. Bottom Row: Galley. Brcmdsma. Sineni. Rein- cke, oscoe. Huinagl. Karalius. Kaminsky. SADDLE CLUB Sponsor: MISS DE HAAN Top Row: Ford. Beachler. An- derson. Budd. Stark. Noxon. Sec- ond Row: Duringer. Anderson. Schill. Zoellner. Bult. Borgaard. Dennis. Page 88 SADDLE CLUB o Have you noticed a slight case of bow- leggedness among the pupils of our thriv- ing community of Fenger High Schoool? If so. don't be alarmed. This is not an in- vasion irom Texas. but we do have a Saddle Club with a membership of forty students. Miss Ellen DeHaan is sponsor. CHEMISTRY CLUB o The Chem Club. which meets in 307. on Friday during ninth period, has thirty-eight members. The club is limited to advanced chemistry students. under the sponsorship of Mr. Fredrick Schmidt. PAN AMERICAN CLUBA Sponsor: MISS OWENS Top Row: Hughes, Sebastian, Torres, Wedler, Swanson. louse. Laxton. Fischer. Lerner, Quiroz. Urmanus, Courtney. Davies, Skel- ton, Brown, Wondergem. Third Row: Nutchell, Prins, Kooicker. . Blake, Rogowski. Second Row: Duringer. B e r to n i , Huizenga. Brown. Gould. Bottom Row: Ri- qoni, Hartley, Connelly. JAM CLUB Top Row: Benson, Kaminski, AI- brecht. Bires, Baffa. Ionekos. Warner. Ermoian. Nicoli. Buch- ner, Bottom Row: Freelove, Ar- cher. Hoffman. 1 I THE LOST COLONY o Did you know that right in our very midst we have a colony of Spanish-speaking Americans? They play Spanish games. sing Spanish songs, and recite Spanish poetry. Their leaders are magnificent and bold with the names of Robert Brown, president: Robert Olsen, secretary: Ieannette Dur- inger, treasurer: and Carol Swanson. vice- president. Have you guessed it yet? Yes, this is the Pan-American Club that meets every other Friday under the capable sponsor- ship of Miss Mary Owens. JACKIE FORD, 4B THE JAM CLUB o This semester the Iam Club, under the able direction of Chuck Hoffman, has been very busy. These young artists have played at most of the G. A. A. dances as well as for numerous other occasions, among which was the Varieties. At present their number is thirteen. NANCY ANDERSON, 4B Music Editor Page 89 ATHLETICS BASKETBALL BASEBALL BOWLING SWIMMING Z?aaLefLa! o Out on the floor they come in their red, white and green uniforms, playing for all they are worth. This is a picture of Fenger's basketball team. In this picture Coach Dave Barder holds the spotlight as the one responsible for the performance of these players. Backing him up are the captains COACH BARDER of the teams, Wallin of the junior team. and Kupec of the senior team. Both juniors and seniors have had a tough schedule this season and hope--as a result-to be right on top next season. RON BRAZZALE. 4A Sports Editor SENIOR BASKETBALL Coach: MR. BARDEH Top Row: Mr. Barder. Denico . tin, Alm. Evans. Petelle, Pastem Bottom Row: Stuart, Salchert Ring, Watson, Coats, Dickey. JUNIOR BASKETBALL Coach: MR. BARBER Dion. Norlinq, Portino, Nort- strom. Bottom Row: Teerlink, son, Esposito, Maltase. Ellis. Gajounik. De Hamer, Mar- Iohnson, Soderstrom. K u p e c , Top Row: Mr. Barder, Gaelano, A 1 1 e n . Winchell, Culbertson. Latrcmo. Le Hose, Wallen. Erick- Dent: ullu i Zinkel FIRST STRING SENIORS u "Rocket" Alm "Salt Shaker" "Hooks" Ellis "Sody Pop" "Fuggie" Gajounik "Deadeye" Martin V Captain Kupec A A Page 93 Page 94 Benes und Zinkel JUNIOR "WHEELS" "Epoe" "Rose Bud" Erickson "Beast" Le Rose "Gcmdy" La Franc "Teddy Bear" Wallin "Shots" Norling A "Moose" Maltese BASEBALL TEAM Coach: MR. DIXON Top Row: T. Cloride. R. Skelton Lizck. G. Sametigis. G. Ruffin M. Gentile. Ellis. Peacock. Aim Dickey. Glenn, R. Petro, D. Ford bert. Horn. Kupec. Culberson, H Nole. Hohmen. Sartori. Le Rose C. La Franc, Esposito. ' gadegaf BASEBALL o "Play Ball!" The loud clear voice of the umpire rings out. The 1948 baseball season has begun. Baseball has taken the lead at Fenger as far as sports are concerned. Under the sponsorship of Coach "Dimmy" Dixon, the baseball teams of the last few years have gone far. They have taken city championships twice running, rnissing the third year by one loss. Fenger has estab- lished a record by being the first Chicago high school to take both city and state championships in one season. RON BRAZZALE. 4A COACH DIXON Sports Editor Page 95 1 E. Day Bottom Row: Dixon. 1-lock: o There are two swrmmmg teams Their outstundlng ab1l1ty and good sportsman- slnp make them topnotchers 1n the held. ' The thuty students workmg for letters in swnnmmg are under the dlrectron of Mr. RON BRAZZALE 4A wimming COACH HOLMES SWIMMING TEAM A .IUNIORS Boekelod. Liedberq. Lund ist Springs Merkou 330. ' Allen. Schroeder- Dykstru. Ccxvuto. Nelson Vezina. Boyer. Hugo. SWIMMING TEAM SENIORS Hills. Holck. Merkouskol. Peterson. Steubing. Swan- son, Vunderlcrqg. Rie- merts. Gomulcx, Anderson. Berry. Benedetto. Pick- rum, Omit. Wagner, Glad- stone. Englemen. I OWEN? o There goes the ball-fright into the gutter -with sounds of laughter right along with it. Oh well, that's life. Wrong - that's bowling! Every Tuesday afternoon. at the Rose Bowl, the teams get together in a battle of pins and skill. The league teams this year are Screwballs. Homos, Microbes, Gremlins. Gashouse Gang, Pinheads. Rail- roaders, Gutter Balls, Deadeyes, and Lucky Four. The sport of bowling has caught on at Fenger, and it looks as if it is here to stay a long time. , RON BRAZZALE, 4A Sports Editor Sponsor: MH. YOUNG COACH YOUNG Top How: Darling, Young. Doyle, Abbatte, Benson. Wyatt. Corbett, Jones. Minasian. Stover, Schoustra, Maybaum Stotereau Berquist. Second Row: Bulzan, Fiorenzi, Stark, Matthews, Russ, Clark, Benes, Aitken, Getz, Anderson, Peterson Nelson Bottom Row: Abbatte, Getzil, Barry, Beale, Vodoratte, Evans. Elliott, Amundsen. B. Zinkel, Darling, Zinkel, Brow Archer 1-Y Page 98 COACH BARBER TENNIS TEAM Coach MR: BARDEH Top Row: W. Atkinson, F. Iones. I. Pastoe, I. Nodstlom, Couch Border. Bottom Row: Barton. G. Dason, E. Barr, B. Mclfarren, ennid Q Let them play all the tough teams they can so they can get some experience, and in a few years I hope to havea topnotch team." That's the theory of Tennis Coach, Mr. Dave Barder, who has been working hard in order to bring the tennis team up to par. The team has played many free lance games and four league games with Calumet. Harper, Hyde Park and Srouth Shore High Schools. I The team is composed of the following players: Iones, Captain: McFaren. Paster. Barr, Atkenson, Nickle, Arvia, and Flynn. Nickle. Arvia, and Flynn will be the nu- cleus of next yea1"s team. RON BRAZZALE. 4A Sports Editor GIRLS Activities LETTER GIRLS Sponsor: MISS KATHRYN BULGER Top Row: Merrington, Westra, Grolla, Schaaii, Bobak, VanKempema, Bertoia, Paxinos, VanderSteeg, Kristiansen. Third Row: Urmanus, Raquso, Lerner. Skripek, Ford, Beuchler, Johnson, Senechal, Preelove. Second Row: Edler, Kunst, Licking, Serato, Tuech, Guzzardo, Swanson. Schliemann, Young. Bottom Row: Michalik, Bult, Bethig, louse, Coburn, Geary, Anderson, Jones, Henderson. . g oaffer ir , 5 Page 100 o The G.A.A. Letter Girls are girls who have earned one thousand points thru classwork, team games, individual activi- ties, or service in the gymnasium. Each member must also be in perfect health, and she is required to pass all subjects on her program. The "F" girls enjoy c' working for their letters so much that some continue work- ing ior chevrons which take an additional three hundred points. Meetings were held in the Anderson Room every other Tuesday. The sponsor was Miss Bugler, and the meetings were called to order by Velva Coburn, presi- dent. Minutes were read by Connie Geary, secretary: and the dues were collected by Betsy louse, treasurer. ' This semester some of the activities in- cluded a Weiner roast. hay-ride, splash parties, and a dance held at Promontory Point. CAROLYN JOHNSON, 4B Sports Editor VELVA COBURN, President CON NIE GEARY, Secretary BETSY IOUSE, Treasurer s-it -.F .X ,mi-. , - gi,4.,4. o Everyone knows these charming young ladies who come once a semester and ask each' girls in her division for membership in the Girls' Athletic Association. And who wouldn't want to become a member of this fine organization? It has proved its pop- ularity by the fact that it is supported almost one hundred percent by the girls at Fen-ger. T The planning of the program ' for this semester was handled by Mrs. Matthews. who is the sponsor. and the officers: Con- nie Geary, president: Barbara VanKem- pema, secretary: and Eileen Kass. treas- urer. They worked very hard and have all done a good job, which can be meas- ured by the many dances, hikes, and parties. A picnic was given for the G.A.A. Representatives in appreciation for their excellent cooperation. CAROLYN IOHNSON. 4B Sports Editor CONNIE GEARY, President BARBARA VAN KEMPEMA, Secretary EILEEN KASS. Treasurer A GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION Sponsor: MRS MATTHEWS Top Row: Smith. Hagen. Lundberg, Bcrrcm, Klusis. Nixon, Henderson Roqell Troller Iams Fourth How Boersma Boomker Poppa, Harowski, Schwetz, Freelove, Beachler, Iedlicka, Slager Third Row Moore Holbach Scudella Bishton Stone Manson Konstans. Second Row: Sroder, Niedderons. Carlson, Kass. Geary Van Kempema Mitchell Campbell Schill Bottom Row Roseto, Statt. Rawson. Kunst. Frasesso, Barendrecht. Novak Markus Erickson Drenth 0 WATER BALLET Sponsor: MHS. RUPPRECHT In this picture are: Sroder. Rog- ers. Roscoe. Morton. Courtney. S u t t o n . Sparrey. Schliemann. Rogers, G e e d i n g , Iohnson. Beacher, Ferguson. Barton, Pozzi, Henderson. lankman. Molnar, Iones. Starzyk. Davis, Lundahl, cimphell. Anderson. Kass. Swa- te . .MERMAIDS OF FENGER o If a student is interested in life-saving or water ballet. she should drop into the Fenger High 'School swimming pool any Friday during the ninth period. She will see a fine aquatic exhibition by the ca- pable mennaids of Fenger. Any girl who wishes to join this group must pass the different tests which are given in the swimming classes. Life-saving and ballet are taught by Mrs. Evelyn Rupprecht. After these merrnaids have completed practicing. a water ballet will be given at the Girls' Swimming Meet. which is held annually. GYM LEADERS a As their name implies. Gym Leaders are the group chosen by the gymnasium in- structors to be of assistance in the gym. These girls help their teachers by taking attendance and directing games. They are especially helpful to students who are tak- ing proficiency tests and learning stunts. With this service, girls eam points toward the athletic letter. CAROLYN IOHNSON. 4B Sports Editor GYM LEADERS . 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Q THE FINEST IN MEATS FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES GROCERIES AND FROZEN FOODS O WE DELIVER COMMODORE 5920 PU'Llxnan 8565 "Wonderful I F 6: C ' f "coAsr TO coAsr" I The Feltman 6. Curme Shoe Stores Company ' Incorporated Ill133 S. Michigan Ave. CHICAGO. II..L. rf . Phone Pullman 0260 SdgL.......' .....J,.' ' .1...-.. I SOUTH END SHOE REPAIR ONE DAY SERVICE Store Hours: 9 to 6-Wed. 91 to 1 445 West 115th Street I Pants Our Specialty KINGS MEN'S STORE MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS Z11411 so. Michigan Ave. Pullman 6656 Phone Pullman sono TENING1-I BROS. INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES I I ALFRED I. TENINGI-1 Manager I I 10833 S. MICHIGAN AVENUE ROSEEAND, CHICAGO, ILL. I E . Page 118 I I I SABO'S SPORTING GOODS Make Sabo's Your Headquarters for Sports Equipment Practice Studios with Piano-We Buy, Sell and Repair PHONE COMMODORE 8142 ROSEWAY MUSIC CENTER Capable, Active Proiessionals Teaching Accordion, Sax. Clarinet. Trpt., Drums, Tromb. Guitar. O "EVERYTHING IN Music" 609 W' 119'h Street Commodofe 4475 10751 so. Michigan Ave. chicago za, Iu. 11132 Mmhigan Te-1. Pullman 7700 COM. 2367 RELIABLE ROOFING Compliments 61 INSULATING CO. of Roofing - Home Insulation - Siding WASHINGTON 10951 So. Michigan Ave. SHIRT CO. , Chicago 28. Ill. The Home of Beautiful Mirrors SOUTH SIDE GLASS 61 MIRROR CO. AUTO GLASS WIRE GLASS FURNITURE TOPS Commodore 8191 10724 S. Michigan Ave. Chicago, Ill. I . C. BOVENKERK CLOTHIERS ARROW SHIRTS ' FREEMAN SHOES PORTIS HATS O 44 EAST IIITH STREET lust East of Michigan MECHTERSHEIMER Incorporated GROCERY AND MARKET Phones: 534 and 536 Bei. 5403-5402 W. Ioaid si. Sinclair Gas and Oil Batteries - Greasing BETHIG 6. GOENENWEIN FISK TIRES mid TUBES I anti REPAIRING 68 West 111th Street Pullman 0025 lPage 1 19 SMA - J Q bw: -fwiwwugol 1 tv'-L affix! 4 MU Efl,1,,,, 4 O T 0.1440 u Wgdvnfb to w-4-.Ju 'WW M1L'di' if-2 273222154 ffm VT JM WMM WW MW. YOUR COURIER PHOTfOGRAPHER Lu-e.',c,Q M 0,6-fQ,.2,. to Mx ,U-UGA., JZ-"Ofc L, GLW'-JS ai 7c'L"'e"'-" www pclwd. 5211! Q wwf, -9 Gam 1 ulA,e4.,,..J C'-Jw-fl' Q91 P Q97f4fC 11409 SOUTH MICHIGAN ?VENLE Q'Q'0'1.L .fVV0-'L-LBJ f,1,1.,v-TL 35 "W" Son' Q-A4?.11lmirZi016 ' Q 5 1 Cm ' . J . M'b'iLEZ1A.fC4Q, LA!-4.9Ufv U " 1R12 011 Z?-Aff 1 1 Page 120 ' KSN 1 ' . 1 I Q-1 'F'-H .1 . Piano ' Accordion ' Saxophone P' Clarinet 0 Hawaiian and Spanish Guitar Harmony ' Ear Training ' Counter Point U ZORDAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC One of the Largest Schools in Chicago-Established 1915 ENROLL NOW! INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION - MODERN SWING AND cLAss1cA1. SUSE OUR RENTAL PLAN Instruments to Bent as Low as 25c Per Week-Complete Stock of New and Used Accordions Pullman -7920 11411 MICHIGAN, 2nd Floor PHONE PULLMAN 7317-8 1 It . FORIAYS CALEY BROTHERS . Authorized Chevrolet Dealers CAMERA SUPPLIES 10524-30 sb. Ivnchigfm Ave. , LET US TAKE CARE OF YOUR CAR IN OUR SERVICE DEPARTMENT WAT. 3646 11340 MICHIGAN AVE. 10827 S. Michigan Ave. Pullman 7818 ' C. VAN KEMP1-IMA. Mgr. MATTRESSES KUYPER DRUG STORE BED-REST BEDDING CO. Direci from Factory to You 10300 Michigan Avenue Mfgrs. oi High Grade'Mattresses Pummcm 8280 and Box SPffn9S A. P. BECK. mn. RENOVATING-ABPAIBING A LOGANS TUXEDO RENTAL . TUXEDOS, FULL DRESS. MORNING COATS, SUMMER FORMALS AND BOYS' FORMALS 11421 South Michigan Avenue WA'1'erfa11 1727 . Page 121 I I I I WATERFALL 1400-0102 SWEDISH IMPORTED FOODS 1 For Better Quality Foods Ccr11 Us i U PETERSON an IOHNSON COMPLETE QUALITY FOOD STORE! 10818 Michigan Avenue f INSURED SAVINGS HOME LOANS Congratulations to the Graduating Class f' A. I. SMITH FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION I 12000 south Hqlsted Street Pullman 0240 I I I A LAMBDA CHI TRI I-TI-Y P9 I f I I X IAMESH HEINZ amazes? GALLAGHER 61 CO. DRUGS U B. L. Hemz, R.Ph. , . P 559 West 103rd Street PROPERTY MANAGEMENT qt Wallace Street INSURANCE - SALES . Delivery Service 461 East lllth St. Pullman 7400 Phone Beverly 8680 Chicago soon l.ooKlNm oooh Holme! J- I' ! Mx - K me rm watson 'gi I xl ' C , - 3 A 0 nlll. Here's the smartest buy on wheels! Buick's Estate Wagon is at home anywhere in town or country. Room for eight big adults. with Buiclis Fireball straight-eight power plant. Come in and see us. with or without a car to ' trade. We'd like you to own one of these cars. , U IMMEDIATE DELIVERY on Estate Wagons. U, ' ' S .D I A ,, ' Roseland Buick Sales and Service l04-32 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago 28, Illinois Q Pullman 1.900 H. E. YOUNG ' FRED T. TUCH BLUE BIRD FERNWOOD BAKERY DRESS SHOP HENRY TANIS. Prop. , 0 DISTINCTIVE DRESSES, SUITS AND LADIES' FURNISHINGS 553 West 103rd Street 505 West 119th Street At Normal Ave. CEDarcrest 7103 Phone Pullman 8137 Page 123 ,Wim ,ms ,, F, Roseland Community Hospital SCHOOL OF NURSING lllTH STREET AND PERRY AVENUE, CHICAGO Pullman 7800 t The Roseland Community Hospital School of Nursing was estab- lished in 1924. -The School is accredited by they Illinois State Board of Nurse Examiners and has aiiiliation with Cook County Hospital, Chicago, Illinois, in psychiatric nursing. communicable disease and pediatrics. y The Roseland Community Hospital, of whiffhl the School is a part, is a member of the American Hospital Asspciation, The Amer- ican College of Surgeons and the American Medical Association. , l The Nursing School prepares young women through their train- ing to meet the ever-increasing demands made upon the Professional Nurse of today: it maintains a high morale by a broad program of extra curricular activities, and graduates of the Roseland Community Hospital School of Nursing are eligible for membership in the Red Cross Nursing Service and the American Nurses Association. Y Roseland Community Hospital admits classes in February and September of each year. A class will be admitted? in February. 1949. Page 124 2 i SCHMID-LOFGREN COMPLIMENTS QF 30 E. 111th Street PULLMAN 0107 SEARS ROEBUCK - a C O SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS A 11417 South Michigan Ave. O ROSELAND Hours: 10 A.M. to 1 P.M. EDDIE NELSON, INC. Factory Approved DODGE - PLYMOUTH DODGE fob Hated TRUCKS SALES - SERVICE - PARTS Commodore 6600 ' 120 East 115th sr., Chicago 20, 111. Pg 125 .vi l For healih bowl at the I - ' 1? I : xg .,7 Y k 28 CENTENIXllAL LANES 115th near Michigan Coffee House - Coclctail Lounge AIR CONDITIONED l Pullman 4131 A Club Sahara, Baskelball, Volleyball, Badminton,,Camping Swimming, Outing, Fellewslaip x lllth STREET Y. M. A1 "Your Youth Cengerf' Q X l K, ' . 8 N 'K s "Call lean or Tom - Pul1mani9210" WZ , . , H1-Y - TRI HI-Yl Co-ed Swimming ' 1 Monday and Wednesday Evenings .3 l 0 5 l N , Guest Passes Available on Wednesday Only f I E ?Substantial1y Reduced Rate tol Members of My' Hi-Y and Tri Hi-Y in Groups of ,Ten or More V l Page 126 .Z4lLf0gl'Lll9A6 W a 2221, CQ ' L 47' f . X fc ,,' 1- , y x L ' ,Ns 5: QAM X' ,. ' , 52 LZ Mm ' Aka f-E24 ' . X .fa , Ng. fb, f Agn ' VKX ' 'A ,Lib inn , gag, 'bag 'Lq. ,26?wg,?jg ,Q-, .5 . K xx f f ? Q 53 5 ' 0' QW .Page 127 X104 Banks Studio ..- ,,.... -., ..,...,..,,.5,, Benedetto 6. Cook .,o,,o,,.,oo,. - ,..,A,A,,o,, Bermans Clothrers ,,.,.... , o...oo.,oo,.,,, Best Rest Bedding Company ,.,.,4,,,,, , Beta Tn-Hr-Y ..-.... ....,,, , ,..,,. , ,.,,,oo, , Bethig G Goenenwein ....... Blue Bird Dress Shop .,......... Bovenkerk Clothes ,........,.t. M ,,,...,,,,,, 119 Burda :S Van Scheltema tt.,,... ,,,,t,,, Caley Brothers ,......t.... Calumet Index ,.,..........tt.,.t Carlson Men's Wear .............,,,..,.,, Certified Realty Company. ..,..,,,.,. .. William A. Chapman G Company., Chatham Coal Company ....,,. - .,....... 117 Cooper's Food Store - .,iii,i,.,,,,,,,,.,.A, Cooper's Greasing Palace ,.i,,,,,.,..,. Corey Cleaners ,,...t..tt.,.,t,,,,, Dekker Food Shop ....... Doty Funeral Home ...t,. Evers Office Supplies ........... Feltman 6 Curme ...tt.,.,t N .,-..,,.,.,,,,t Fenger Lunchroom ...... - ......t Fernwood Bakery .,..,. Forjays ..,,.....,................,.,,...., ...........t. Gallagher Realty Company ,..... -...123 INDEX O Harvey Brothers ....,... Heinz Drugs ....,,ll.,.,.,,... Hines Bike Shop ..,.,,....r... Huiien's Quality Mart .,,,... Inland Press - ...,l.,,..,...,, Art Iohnson Motors ....,l.l.. Iostes Sporting Goods .,,,.., Kings Men's Store .l,,,l.,,,,, S. S. Kresge Company .,l,,,,,.A,, l,sl, Kretzman Realty Company . Kuyper Drugs ....,,,.............,, Lambda Chi .,....,.,, .......,l.,,,.,,.,,,,,. Logan's Tuxedo ........ -..h ......,.l, . Mechtershimer ...... Morgans. Inc. ....... . Nelson Clothes ..,,,...,.l.,,..l.,l Nelson Dodge Sales ,,,,,,.,,,o,, H. North Roseland Auto Sales ,,,,s.,,,,,s, Noteboom's Food Store..- ,,,,..,.,...... . Panozzo Brothers Mortuary. ,... mg. Peterson G Iohnson .......,.. - ,,,....,....s,, . Phillips Funeral Home ....,..,,.,, ......, Pontiac Engravers ,...... M .,,,.,..... Preskus Pharmacy ...s.,. Ragos Food Mart ,,..... I I I I z I I I I ' x I L ll? Reliable Spring ............ 123 ins 109 Roseway Music Center los Roseland Community Hospital 1 Roseland. Nash ....,.,,,..... Roseland Theatres .......s l05 112 Rossers' Service Station Sears Roebuck ...,.,. - ...... R18 Sabos Sporting Goods . 05 Schmid G Loigren .M ...... 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