Foreman High School - Foremanual Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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Svcrvmry Ill-:lu-:Nucl-3 GRAMITH. Treasurer FEBRUARY CLASS HISTCJRY Freshmenl We had at last attained high school but the rushing activity of prep school life was a bit bewildering in our hrst semester. During our IA semester. however. we entered more into the spirit of the school. and so the C.l.C. and band added members who were destined to become the organization leaders as Seniors. During our third year. we helped start the I"orcnmn Ncu's on its career and many of the ,323 class were on the staff. Among them were Mike Wozniak. editor-in-chief of thc paper in his senior year, Bob Zeller. who became sports editor. and several others who contributed much to the progress and improvement of the paper. In this year also the first g'Show- boat" was given by the senior class to augment our Thanks- giving Fund. We all eagerly co-operated to make it a success. The LIB semester came and went and before we knew it we had entered our last semester in high school. The C.I.C. elec- tion was held and Bob Zeller was elected President. Arnie Leverson. Vice-Presidentg Elaine Johnson. Secretaryg and Lorene Larsen. winner of Foreman's first popularity contest. as Treasurer. Then. as seniors, it was our turn to produce the "Showboat." uSadie Mahoney." "And the Villain Still Pursued Herf, will remain in our minds as one of our happiest occa- sions. Following this the big dramatic production of the year "Seventeen', was given with many of our class members star- ring. Bill Hackbarth, our athletic hero. was elected Presidentg Mike Wozniak. Vice-Presidentg Dorothy Seefurth. Secretary: and Berenice Cramith, Treasurer. With the help of our spon- sors the committees were selected and the work on graduation activities started. At last our long-awaited prom! With must sophistication we went to the Shawnee Country Club where we had a most glorious time. Class Day, and then came the biggest moment of all. Graduation night. We shall always remember the thrilling processional, the award of special honors. the wcl- come of Henry Wessel as Salutatorian. the inspirational fare- well of Elaine Johnson as Valedictorian. and receiving the coveted diplomas. Four happy years passed and we shall always regard Foreman as a most pleasant memory. . . . . .... .,.... - .1. -.',. -. ..... ..,.- ,. . - I ' . - ' . L " 1 . .. .' , .-.. V 4 16 al-ual h I , l ACKERLEY, HARRIETI' "Hattie" LANGUAGE C.I.C., Spanish, French, Chorus. tall, sophisticated, sweet ANDERSON, RAY "Andy" TECHNICAL Chief Fire Marshall, C.I.C., Capt. Ushers. tall, unassuming, trustworthy BACHMAN, CHARLOTTE "Char" LANGUAGE C.I.C., Chorus, Showboal. vim, vigor, vitality BERG, ROGER "Rag" TECHNICAL Lettcrmen, C.I.C., Baseball, ChorIIs. studious, adept, congenial BRESINSKI. ELEANOR "Breeze" COMMERCIAL G.A.A., C.I.C., Chorus, Gradu- ation alluring, colorful, obliging BROWN, VIRGINIA "Veeb" COMMERCIAL Service, C.I.C., Program. petite, dainty, charming CLARK, RAY E. "Clarke" COMMERCIAL R.0.'l'.C., Capt. Ollicers, C.I.C., Intramurals, Hall G. militaristic, tall, audacious ALOISIO, S. PETER "Pete" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., Basketball, Baseball, Football, Intramural. manly, dark, clever ANDREWS, FRANK "Andy" TECHNICAL Basketball, Latin, Wrestling, C.I.C., rep. daring, friendly, debonair BENGE, GRACE "Dude" COMMERCIAL Valley Ball, Capt. Baseball, G.A.A., C.I.C., Showboat. rhythmical, jolly, likeable BETHKE, FLORENCE "Kinky" LANGUAGE C.I.C., German. graceful roller skater BROWN, LORRAINE "Brownie" LANGUAGE Spanish, C.I.C., Chorus. calm, dependable, energetic CATANZARO, JOSI "Jo" COMMERCIAL C.I.C. amiable, smiling, shy CLAVELLI, CARL C. GENERAL C.I.C., Hall G, Intramural, Chorus. quiet, dark, serene ' ' , . . . 17 .u-mn.- M ."'4'l. v,v..w..s,,-Am. COLANTONIO, SYLVIA T. "Sil" COMManC1Al. C.l.C., C.A.A.. Service. Honor. genial. efficient. cordial CZAlIHOWSKl, WALTER R. "Wally" TECHNICAL C.l.C.. Intramural. amiable, sincere, nimble EDGERTON, MARION H. "Mar" COMMERCIAL Personnel, Chorus, C.l.C. friendly, sincere, quiet EVERSON, MURIEL "Mar" COMMERCIAL C.l.C., Service. gay, agreeable, captivating FLADOOS, ARNOLD "Sla vous" TECH N 1cA1. Basketball. Baseball, Letter- men, C.I.C., Sound, Intramural. cordial, happy, congenial CATH, RAYMOND "Ray" COMMERCIAL C.l.C.. Hall C, Basketball, In- tramural, Chorus. cheerful, accommodating, agreeable GREGERSEN, ARLENE L. "Greg" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., G.A.A., Chorus, Fore- manual. ajable, winsom e, modest In COOK, GERTRUDE "Cookie" LANGUAGE Newspaper, C.l.C. rep, Cer- man, French, Chorus. clever. friendly, original EDDY, RUSSELL SCIENCE C.l.C., Hall C. nonchalant, reckless, indifferent EI,LlO'I'I', GEORGINA "Georgia" COMMERCIAL Service, C.I.C., Chorus. faithful, gentle, sociable FABIAN, ROBERT "Faire" TaCuNrcAl, Baseball, Basketball Mgr., Let- termen, C.I.C. frolicsome. athletic, tactful FRIES, ROBERT "Bob" TECHNICAL R.0.'l'.C., C.l.C.., Hall G. quiet, modest, amusing GRAMITH, BERENICE B. "Barney" COMMERCIAL C.l.C.. G.A.A., Class Olllcer, Foremanual. lovable, charming, thoughtful GRUSZECZKA, CHARLOTTE M. "Chuck" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., G.A.A. cheerful, loyal, comely l iw :Z.-ZEN! iris: '5"1LErsiw11LLL.IjjIT',.:f'lS1I5'I" ,ffI'..a ..f.s I lil..-23312 ' ' I . . 9.5-Li...?fE.L"2fE:fEI''IE -YiI"3'I"7ZE:IfZ..-' , . . - .:1.Z f 18 HACKBARTH, WILBERT "Hack" TI-:CIINICAL Baseball. Basketball, Intramu- ral, Class President, C.I.If., 'l'ruCk, Lettermen. athletic, generous. sincere HART, EUGENE "Hart" TECHNICAL Football, Lettermen. reliable. industrious. husky HAUSEN, NINA "Nine" COMMERCIAL il.A.A., lf.I.C., Chorus, Gradu- ation Corn. frunlf, playful, quizzical HEINRICH, EDWARD P. "Red" COMMERCIAL iI.I.II., Hall C, IntranIIIral, Chorus. gentle, sedate, shy IVERSEN, EVELYN "Lynn" COMISIERIIIAI. C.I.C., Volleyball, Service, Cho- rus. nonchalunt, peppy, radiant JANCZYK, LOUISE "Shorty" LZoMMI-:ECIAL I,I.I.LI. rhythmical, honorable. comely JENSEN, ANITA "Nutte" HousEHoI.IJ Anrs C.I.C., G.A.A., Class Day Com., Newspaper rep. small, talented, attractive """"""" , 4.5 I l...,-...-.sM..rsN,1W I l HANKE, ROBERT "Hank" TECHNICAL Basketball, Baseball, C.I.C. witty, subtle, sarcastic I-IARTMAN, LYNETTE K. "Shorty" SCIENCE C.I.C. always smiling through HAWTHORNE, JEAN- NETTE L. "Jeannie" SCIENCE C.I.C., Latin, Personnel Ollice, Chorus, Spanish. pep personified, opable HNOTKO, ANN "Ginger" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., Chorus. petite. true, friendly JAMBOR DOLORES E. "Dolly" SCIENCE C,.I.I.., Latin. Sweet, original, dainty JANKOWIAK, EDWARD "Twinkle Toes" TECH NICAL C.I.C., Baseball, Intramural, Sound. dexterous, rhythmicul. honest JOHNSON, ELAINE "Ee" GENERAL LANGUAGE Valedictorian, Sec'y C.I.C., Sec'y Honor, News, Pres. Latin Club, V.P., Math. and French. sweet as they come 19 ---I1 ,N mmm, , , Il 'g I A . ' .-., M.,.,.-Mime. 1 I JOHNSON, ELLSWORTII "AI" SCIENCE Band, R.0.'I'.C., C.I.C., Orches- tra, Hall C. musical. sociable. likeable KARNUTH. GLORIA "Blondie" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., C.A.A., Service, Cer- man, Chorus. inspiring. natural, sportive KLOTZ, ELAINE "Klotze" IZOMMIZRCIAI. C.I.C., CAA., Chorus. churnmy, jolly, congenial KNOWLES, DORIS C. "Pinky" I'IOlJSEH0l.D ARTS C.I.C. ki ndly, pleasing, earliest KORTERUD, SHIRLEY COMMERCIAL C.I.C., Foremanual, News rep., Program Com. calm, frank, intelligent LAPETINA, CONCETTA "Connie" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., Service. quiet, dark, merry LEDERER, MILDRED "Milly" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., Honor, Service, Class Gift Com., Chorus. friendly, mischievous. intelligent JORCENSEN, KATH- ERINE E. "Kay" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., Service, Chorus. attractive. cheerful, friendly KLANG, JUNE "Toddy" CO3-IMERCIAI. C.I.C., Band, Chorus. sweet. pleasant, obliging KNEISS, FRANK TECHNICAL C.I.C., Engineering, Cap and Gown Com. honorable, unassuming. studious KOLBERC, IRENE "Ike" COMMERCIAL Service, Program Com., Chorus, l..I.C. stuzlious, poised, happy KOVAR, CHARLES "Chick" TECHNICAL C.I.C., Chorus, Intramural, Hall G. winsome, brotherly, amiable LARSEN, LORENE "Patch" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., C.A.A., Swimming, Vol- ley Ball, News, Prom Com. prettyjvivacious gal LEVANDER, WILHELM F. "Bill" GENERAL LANGUAGE Ed.-in-Chief News, Honor, Del- egate Chicago Student Council, C.I.C. rep., Showboat, Seven- teen. clever, dramatic, versatile - - ' "" 1 ' , , ' . E3" :5TE3- -A--'v 20 . . ,... LEVERSEN, ARNOLD "Arnie" 'I'ECIINICAL C.I.C., Basketball, Baseball Mgr., Swimming, Leltermeu, Prom Com., Band. athletic, superb dancer LUKES, LORRAINE R. "Lunk" CuMMI:IxCIAL Big Broadcast, Newspaper, Showboat. attractive, tuneful, personality MACK, BERNICE E. "Bernie" COMMERCIAL C.I.C. quiet, congenial, true MILCZAREK, ARTHUR E. "Art" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., Capt. Hall C, Chorus. tall. efficient, quiet MISURELLI, ALMA "Alma Mater" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., G.A.A., Service, Chorus. sweet, friendly, musical MOI-IN, ERIC "Bill" SCIENCE C.I.C., Band, Hall G, Intra- mural, R.0.T.C., Showboat. original, talentetl lad MORRIS, RAYMOND J. "Ray" SCIENCE C.l.C., Intramural. tall, serious, likeable LUKES, LORRAINE ANN "Ray" COMMERCIAL C.I.ff., Service, C.A.A. petite. Ilark, attractive LUNDBERG, LUELLA L. "Lac" CUM MEIICIAI. V.P., G.A.A., Volley Ball, C.I.C. rep., NF." frank. loyal, considerate MATTHEWS, RUTH "Ruthie" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., Chorus, Cup and Gown Com. lull, pretty, quiet MILLER, MARION "Carly" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., C.A.A., Service, Chorus. 1'i1ll1l'l.0uS, dressy, sparkling MITRANITZA, JOHN "Mitzi" TECHNICAL C.l.C., Chorus. sincere. unassuming. diligent MONACELLI, FLORENCE "l"lo,' CUMMEIICIAI. C.l.C. tlimplcs, plus smiles NELSON, LORRAINE J. "Lor" COMMERCIAL Honor, C.I.C., Service, Chorus, Showlmoat, Jewelry Com. talented, witty, chic l. A - 1 . Q D 21 .-n-.- A incl .. .. ., .. .H..:.:.a.....:.. ,. A ' ' Il ' I I I way-,,..,.-..,,.. 1 I O'BRIEN, MARION "Irish" SCIENCE French, Honor, Service, C.I.C., G.A.A. Chorus. trustworthy. sweet. studious O'I'ARK, HARRY P. SCIENCE Band, C.I.C., Locker C, Intra- mural. quiet, musical, capable PETERSON, WARREN "Pete" TECHNICAL Honor, C.I.C., Showboat, Fore- manual, Track, Prom Com. intelligent, retiring, unassuming RICHTER, FLORENCE "Flossy" LANGUAGE C.l.C., Spanish Club, G.A.A., Jewelry Com. tiny, captivating blond SABEY, MAXINE H. "Max" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., Service, Program Com., Chorus, Foremanual. zippy, delightful, witty SCHOLPP, HAROLD "Hal" COMMEIICIAI. C.I.C., Hall C, Intramural. artistic. smiling, sincere SCI-IWUCHOW, MELVIN "Schwook" TECHNICAL Showboat, Usher, Newspaper, C.I.C. ambitious, witty. versatile OLSON, BETTY "Bets" LANGUAGE C.I.C., Newspaper, Latin, Span- ish, Senior Chorus. attractive. humorous. dignifed PELLETTIERI, LIGIA "Lee" LANGUAGE C.I,C., Spanish, C.A.A., Seven- teen. sociable, lovable, pleasant REGAS, CHRIST "Pop" TECHNICAL Intramural, Safety, C.I.C., Hall G, Capt. Ushers, Chorus, Prom. intelligent, amiable, clever ROSENE, RAYMOND "Ray" COMMERCIAL Newspaper rep., Showboat, Zo- ol0gY- C.I.C., Seventeen. tall, modest, dramatic SCHMID, DORIS "Schmiddy" COMMERCIAL Service, Program Com., C.I.C., Chorus. sportive, willing, active SCHULTZ, GEORGE, JR. "Yutch" TECHNICAL Chorus, Capt. R.0.T.C., C.I.C., Hall C. militaristic, nonchalant, humorous SCOTT, ROLAND J. "Scotty" COMMERCIAL C.l.C., Chorus, Class Gift Com. jestful, accommodating, devilish l . , . Q . ,.-f .- . f - 22 SEEFURTI-I, DOROTHY "Dany" COMMERCIAL Honor, Class Officer, Showhoat, C.I.C., Chorus. ejicient, poised, reliable SMITH, ROBERT "Smitty" LANGUAGE Prom Com., Seventeen, Foremanual. versatile, agreeable, humorous STOLPE, RUTH COMMERCIAL C.I.C., G.A.A. rep., Intramural, Office, Showboat Com., Chorus. arcom mocla ting, loyal, quiet TEUBER, ANNE "Red" COMMERCIAL German, News, C.I.C. sedate, comely, pleasant THEOBALD, FLORENCE "l"lossie" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., Service, Drama, Prom Com., Safety, Chorus. petite, playful, pretty VON DER LIPPE, GISELA "Geese" COMMERCIAL C.l.C., Honor, Service, Prom Com., Chorus. smooth, captivating, blonde WESSEI., HENRY "lVess" SCIENCE Pres. Foreman Honor, C.I.C. rep., Seventeen, Pres. Engi- neering, Showboat, Math. brilliant, dignihed, original . r.a ' lm.-w...m..s-mm . G.. l I SHOSTAK, STEPHANIE "Step" COMMERCIAL C.I.C. artistic, serious, quiet STOCKSETI-I, SHIRLEY "Shirl" LANGUAGE C.I.C., Spanish, Honor, Show- hoat, Graduation Com., Chorus, Ed. Foremanual. sweet is the word STRODTZ, NORMAN SCIENCE Orchestra, Chess, C.I.C. Calm, sincere, industrious TEWS, BETTY "Bets" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., Jewelry Com. attractive, reserved, thoughtful THOMPSON, DORIS "Dec" COMMERCIAL Chorus, C.I.C., Jewelry Com., Showhoat. lonely, dainty. gay WALLIN, LOIS "Wally" COMMERCIAL Service, Program Com., C.I.C., Chorus. natural, agreeable, capable WICK, LORENZ SCIENCE C.I.C. studious, quiet, loyal qu - " 'T",. ' Er "'i2"1:":.'vi:f.'Zs' U , D . . THE " 23 :till .:m:.w:.m- ff: -+L. ,sau n WILLIAMSON, ANNE SCIENCE Swimming, C.I.C., C.A.A., Vol- ley Ball, Intramural. athletic. sweet, peppy WRZES, ALPHONSE R. "Al" COMMERCIAL Intramural, C.I.C., Hall G, intelligent, quiet, modest A . , ZELLER, ROBERT W. "Zell" GENERAL SCIENCE Pres. C.I.C., News Mgr., Base- ball, Track, Seventeen. sincere, leader, he-man T vnmwx:4wv.u+,,e-szsmmn. ze:-s 1 WOZNIAK, MYRON E. "Miekey9' SCIENCE Ed., Class Ollicer, Honor, C.I.C., Zoology, Seventeen aggressive. agreeable, capable ZAJICEK, ALBERT "Al" COMMERCIAL Hall C, Chorus, C.I.C., Jewelry Com. 3 clever, amiable, individual ADDITIONAL GRADUATES BRAUN, RUTH C. KOSICK, LILLIAN KILBURG, EVERETT B. PFEST, RUTH K. ' 'v 1 s A "" 'f-'1 L izlii.. I U , . 1 . wg.: iw, gn' I , 24 A DAY AT THE HORSE SHOW BOBSMITH Ring-ring-ring ho. hum. well if it isn't Russell Eddy just waking up from his long nap in high school. Of course he was not the only one sleeping from the way things look, Pete Aloisio must have been his roommate. Oh, there goes the doorbell, it must be the mail carrier, Everett Kilburg. The government is certainly making money on him because he can travel twice the distance as an ordinary man. but the trouble is after each letter he must stop and take his little beauty nap. Look what hc brought us. a letter from the spick and span department. It reads: Dear Sir: Please place your rubbish in the can and not on top of it. Yours truly. RAY ROSENE. Dept. of Streets and Alleys. Now that we are ready, letis get in the car and go to the Forem Anita Horse Show. As the door of the car is opened we see none other than Eric Mohn as footman and Harry O'Park as chauffeur. Driving along the beautiful entrance of the parade grounds we hear loud yelling. "Buy your hot-dogs here. Only five cents, ten cents on the inside." The seller is none other than the go-getter, Mel Schwuchow. The car stops and out comes the ticket taker, Christ Regas, all dressed up as usual in a white tie. brown shirt, green coat, and red trousers. We drive up to the parking space and from there meander to the broadcasting room where Robert Zeller, world's greatest sports commentator, and his fiance. Marion O'Brien, are giving the radio fans a description of the beautiful grounds. From here we can see all the seats and boxes. Looking to the left side of the boxes we see the president of the vinegar works, Henry Wessel, and his stunning wife, Charlotte Bachman. Ray Morris, Doris Schmidt. Ray Anderson, Shirley Korterud, Mildred Lederer, Alma Misurelli, Lorraine Brown, Florence Richter, Lorene Larson, are nearby and sitting right in their midst beams "Lover" Bill Hackbarth. ln the boxes on the right side by chance we see Sir Roger Berg with his nurse Luella Lundberg, Sultan Robert Fabian, Countess Georgina Elliot, Count Arnold Leverson, Baron Frank Kneiss, and the Sultanis most beloved friend, Lorraine "Blues" Lukes. Ladies and gentlemen, the world's five best bred horses are now forming in a line, the numbers, names, owners, and riders stand as follows: No. 1-"Hold That Tiger," owned by a Tooth- pick company and ridden by Dot Seefurth. No. 2-"One Long Chew," owned by the Chewy Chew Gum company and ridden by Elaine Johnson. No. 3-"Just One More Chance," owned by Warren Peterson, President of the Blow-up Ammunition company and ridden by Bernice Gramith. No. 4-"Ask the Man Who Blows Onef' owned by the Hold Your Breath company and ridden by ,leanctte Hawthorne. No. 5-'gNever in a Million Years," owned by Gert Cook and ridden by Lynette Hartmann. Starter Roland Scott cracks the whip and the horses begin to parade before the judges. They are now half way round and so far have been on their best behavior. Oh! Ohl Something happened -"Never in a Million Yearsn has stopped. Well, look at that. the rider is powdering her nose. Look Out! g'One Long Chew" must have been frightened. He has jumped out of his line and is racing toward the judges' stand with terrific speed. "Never in a Million Years" has taken pursuit. "One Long Chew" is almost upon the judges but, just in the nick of time, "Never in a Million Years" changes the course of the wild demon, and has therefore saved the day. Because of her bravery, the judges have awarded her with the Blue Ribbon. Well, folks, it was a very exciting Horse Show, but now that it is over let us try and find some more well-known persons. Oh, oh, there's Gisela von der Lippe, the movie star, just getting in her car, and look who is still a step behind. Bill Levander. tWell, you can't blame him. can you?J Who is that hiding behind that car? Yes, I thought so, itis Myron Wozniak, still trying to get a few good jokes for his career. Gee, lim getting hungry, aren't you? You arel Good, let's go home and have a nice turkey dinner. Once again we are driving through the beautiful entrance of the Forem Anita Parade Grounds, but this time saying 'ggood-byef, Before we leave let us stop and get a program of the show. Can you imagine who is selling them? Shirley Stocksethl Now that we are on the open road toward home, let's hope nothing else detains us. ls that someone roller skating or just walking? No, she's roller skating. I wonder who it is. Yes, it's Florence Bethke, rolling home, because she lost her carfare when she became excited and bounced her hero, Norman Strodtz. The footman has just opened our door, so now for that delicious dinner, and don't forget the same place and time next year. l I ' SENIOR NOTABLES JUNE CATHERINE DISKIN MERWYN SCHAEI-'ER LETTY JANNINGS ROBERT WHEEl,ER MILDRED NELSON ALBERT WISTERT BETTY ROSEL LESTER SMITH LEONA JAY ROBERT WHEELER ALICE OLSEN CHARLES CZAPAR MARION KOPEYKA ULRICH SCHWERDTFEOER CATHERINE UNGERO WILLIAM VIZARD DOROTHY BRUNNER LEONARD PABICH ELEANORE YOUNCBERG ULRICH SCHWERDTFEGER ELEANORE YOUNGBERG ULRICH SCHWERDTFEGER ELLA-JANE STEVENS ALLAN PETERSON ELEANORE YOUNGBERG ULRICH SCHWERDTFEGER ALICE OLSEN CHARLES CZAPAR DOROTHY BRUNNER LEONARD PABICH Wittiest Best Dressed Most Athletic Best Dancers Best Looking Most Dignified Most Studious Most Cooperative Most Musical Most Versatile Most Likely to Succeed Most Popular Most Artistic Best Matched Couple Most Talented v 4 l FEBRUARY LUELLA LIINDBERG ROBERT HANKE GISELA vON DER LIPPE CHRIST REGAS ANNE WILLIAMSON WYILBERT HACKRARTH RUTH PFEST ARNOLD LEVERSON DOROTHY SEEFURTH W'lLBI-IRT HACKIIARTH BETTY OLSON WILHEl.M LEvANDEr ELAINE JOHNSON WARREN PETERSON SHIRLEY STOCKSETH MYRON WVOZNIAK LORRAINE N ELSON NORMAN STRODTZ LUELLA LUNDBERG ROBERT FABIAN ELAINE JOHNSON HENRY mv!-ISSEL LORENE LARSEN WIILBERT HACKBARTH STEPHANIE SHOSTAIQ HAROLD SCHOLPP GISELA VON DER LIPPE WILHELM LEYANDER ANITA JENSEN ROBERT SMITH 26 -ll . . ' 'I ' 5 N I I D ...aw .....m..,..,MM M W11.1.iAM VIZARD, President HARRY w'ROBl.EWSKl. Vice President ARTHUR HRNREI.. Tri-asun-r l'il,l.A JANE Sri-:vi:Ns. Secretary JUNE CLASS HISTORY Hey, freshielw "Room 4-20!" "All freshies to the assembly hall!" are a few of the marked phrases that still linger in our somewhat worn-out brains in June, 1938, as we look back to the memorable days of Sep- tember, 1934. G6 As we re-call it the Century of Progress was a frequent topic of conversation and we visited this thrill of a century on school time not many days after we entered this institution of higher learning. Another big feature of our initial year at Foreman was the first Foreman Year Book which developed into the Foremanual you see before you today. Then came the time when our freshman year was history and we became i'Sophomores." This year marked the begin- ning of Forematfs journalistic undertaking, "The Foreman News." It also saw the school assume a military aspect with the organization of the R.0.T.C. The bright lights of the class were first evident when we organized as a group under the expert leadership of Lillian Calams as President, and her assistants, ,lack Bogardus, Letty ,lannings and Allan Peterson. As Juniors we passed into the last half of our high school career. While Charles Czapar was gaining fame in the R.O.T.C. by becoming Battalion Commander, Ulrich Schwerdtfeger. Eleanore Youngberg and William Vizard were making scholas- tic history and Harry Wroblewski and Mildred Nelson were beginning to show signs of athletic ability. Our class was under the capable guidance of Jack Boland and Eleanore Youngberg, Dorothy Hawley and Merwyn Schaefer. Seniors we became at last, and entered into the home stretch of our high school days, moving slowly but surely to the day called Commencement. When Charles Czapar led the list of honorable mention and was promoted to the highest office attainable in a high school R.O.T.C., that of Cadet Major, we hit our stride. The C.I.C. election was a closely contested event and the final tabulations showed Allan Peterson, President, Al Wistert, Vice-Presidentg Ruth Marine, Secretaryg and Eunice Nielson, Treasurer. A William Vizard, Editor-in-Chief of the "Foreman News," was elected Class President. Assisting Bill were Harry Wro- blewski, Vice-Presidentg Ella Jane Stevens, Secretary, and Arthur Henkel, Treasurer. We shall never forget the prom which was held at the Evanston Country Club. Class Day, a gala affair, at which a glorious time was shared by all shall forever hold a spot in our hearts. . ., v ,. .., ., ..,i,. H U ll, -. Q .E E In ,. H . Z W : - Q . a 27 4119111 -wif 1 Il . I I ' I Q l ALBRECHT, DOROTHY F. "Bennie" Commmmzml. C.A.A., C.I.lI. I pleasant. petite. witty ANDERSON, RICHARD "Andy" llommizmzlm. C.I.C., Grad. Com. athletic. tall. sttulious ANDREONI, LOLA 'Trent-hy" Comm:-:m:lAl, Holiby, fl.l.C. tall. tlurlf. Pleasant AUGUSTINE, BERNIIIE "Bette" I.ANmmt:lc Frenrh, Intramural, C.A.A., I' I f' reserved, soplzistitratetl. shy BERNARSKI, HENRY J. "Hienze" COMMERCIAI, Basketball, C.l.C. rep. quiet. likeable. pleasant BOLAND, JOHN J. "lurk" SCIENCE News, C.I.C. rep., Prom Com. witty. intelligent, agree-able BREUER, RAY "Ray" Ti:c'HNlcAl, Bowling, C.I.C. tall. humorous, ejzcient ANDERSEN, ALFORD L. "Al" CENEML Scnzwcit C..I.i.., Lhvss, R.U.l.f.., Lap! Safety, llall C, Grail. Com. stuflious. sf-ientipr. personality ANDERSON, WARREN E. "Andy" 'l'mtHNlc:Al. C.l.C., Class Day Com. musirol, quiet. vheerful ANCELILLO, SABATH 'l'E4:uNn:Al. C.I.C., Bowling, Prom Com., Hall G. friendly. quiet. sincere BACH, .IEANNETTE "lean" COMMERCIAL Frenvh, C.A.A., Stencil, C.I.C. tlernure, pleasant. eh eerful BIELENIN, EMILY "Millie" COMMERCIAL Frenvh, Stencil, Choral, C.I.C., Cap and Gown Com. studious. Capable, mlm BRENKE, RUTH "Bugs" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., Stencil, Soviul Com., Personnel. thoughtful. rnozlest. versatile BRUNNER, DOROTHY "Dany" COMMERCIAL Stencil, C.I.C., French, Chorus, Class Day Com. smiling eyes, musical . - I ' , D . . n"- t"'::'.:-se:.ai"z: 28L lil Q -N-mxmk NNI 1 IIQI ': BUTKIEWICZ, BEATRICE "Bw" COMM!-IRCIAI. I I.l.1I. sluzlious. modest. likeable CARR, FLORENCE F. "Flu" Commrzncuu. Stencil, C.I.C., Class Day Com. !l!IP!'fl.lIllllf!'. fhverfiil. mrnpvlvnl CHADA, DOROTHY "lint" COMMERCIAL lf.I.II., Spanish. llIl.5l'hI!'I'0llS. runlial. guy CIIRISTIANSEN, LORRAINE "Bains" CoMm:nc:1AL C.I.C. small. niuzlvxt. pleasant COORLAS, CONSTANTINE "Crer'k" IIOMMERCIAI. C.I.II., Intramural, Safety. depvmluble. helpful. willy CZLAPINSKI, IRENE COMMERCIAI. Polish, C.I.C.. C.A.A. u dancing doll DIESING, FRANCIS "Franny" COMMERCIAL Intramural, C.I.I.. energetic. quick, jocose CALAMS, LILYAN D. "Lil" Cum MERCIAI. l,.A.A.. C.I.C., llfnmr, Prom Com. anilzitiuns, rapulrlv. frank CASTRONOVO, ,IENNIE V "Jen" IlOMMlillIIlAl. C.l.C., Stvnvil, Grail. Cum. frustworlliy. liriglrl, lnrlnminlvnt CI-IODERA, BERNADINE "Bernie" Cumimgmtmi Il.l.C., Stvnril, Sf'rvir'v. nvul-. ultvn II'I'l?. illuxlrioux COLUCCI, VICTOR "VH", Sctirzmrxz Fl'0lll'll, C.l.C. lnighly ugrceable feflluw CZAPAR, CHARLES H. "Chiu-lc" SCIENCE Foremanual, Maj. R.0.'l'.C., Cllvss. Math., Cap. Hall C, llonor, C.I.C. rlignifcal, intelligent. niilimrislic DE VOS, PHILOMENA M. "Phil" Il0MMl-IIICIAI. C.A.A. 'nth letir, arnlwitious. serious: DISKIN, CATHERINE P. "Katie" IEOMMI-ZRIZIAI. Band, Il.I.C., Orcllestra, Fore' manual, Chorus. Irish beauty, musiral wang. ,mm .swam ms.. D w.aNmm.wmmmx.sm:mmuwuma '. .. Q 1 ' DRESSLER, LAURA M. "Dash" COMMI-ZRCIAI. l1.I.C., Stencil. blonde. friendly. cheerful EBERT, HAZEL "lJuchcxs" Ll0MMI'IIIIfIAI. C.I.ll. reserved. stylish. sweet IENGELS, ROBERT J. "Bob" TI-IIIIINIKIAI. I"irc Marshal, News rep., lI.I.l1., Chorus. musical. courteous, placid ENGLISH, MARGARET "Marge" CKJINIIIIICIUIIAI. C.A.A., C.I.C., Chorus. Cay, poised, pert FINN, DOROTHY M. "Dol" COMMI-IRCIAI. G.A.A., C.l.C. quiet and sincere FOLEY, NANCY A. "Nan" COMMERITIAI. Service, Stencil, Cap and Gown lfom. dainty. red-hairezl, tranquil FREITAG, LA RAINE DZIAGWA, WILLIAM "Bill" IiOMMI-ZRIIIAI. Hall C., CI.I.C., Intramural. bashful. likeable. attentive ECKARDT, RAYMOND "Ray" 'l'EcnN1cAi. tI.I.CI., Intramural. XlIllll0llS, quiet. friendly ENGLISH, EARL L. TI-ICIINICAI. Ifngineering, Band, Math., Swim, R.O.T.C.. Bowling, Latin musical. quiet, eager EVENSEN, MARION E. "Red" Commsiurul. II.I.C., Stencil, Personnel. conservative, reliable, expressive FISCHER, DOROTHY "Dada" tiummizmzuu. lf.I.C., Stencil, Class Day Com. admirable. cumely. generous FORD, PATRICIA .I. "Pal" Science C.A.A., Social Com. jolly, friendly. sincere FRENZEL, RUTH ..Lwry,, SCKFNH. "Fuzzie" COMMI-IRCIAI. lI.I.LI.. Library, Social Com. gags!" Cu "' chorus' Umm' viraciaus. sweet, jolly peppy' amiable, pleasant N " ' 9 I I 30 1:-um.-1-. .. FRIMANN, EDGAR Il0MMl-IRCIAI.. Band, Math., Orch., C.I.1.., Hall C., ,Iewelry Com. musieal. industrious, dependable GATES, SHIRLEY "Shift" COMMERCIAL 41.1.1 I. tall. blonde, sm ootlt GOLDMAN, ELEANOR "Goldie" COMMI-IRCIAI. Servive, ff.l.fI., Class Day Com. exotic, oriental, beautiful GROEN, MARION "Mit-ky" COMM!-LRCIAI. Fnremanual, Stencil, Service, News rep., ff.I.C.. Grad. Com. eliarming, friendly, eansertvative IIANSEN, GEORGE "Hans" SCIENCE lI.I.C., Bowling, R.O.'l'.lf., Hall U., Olllvers. mlm. frank, vonsertvalilie HENKEL, ARTHUR "Art" SCIENCE R.O.'l'.C., Tennis, Honor, C.I.lI., Latin, Ed-News, Foremanual. audacious, aggressive industrious HOWARD, FLORENCE "Flo" COMMERCIAL C.1.C., Stencil, Personnel. serene, reserved. studious FRITSCH, MARIE KATHERYN "l"ishie" IIOMMERCIAI G.A.A., lI.I.C., Chorus, Charm School. petite, friendly, folly GBUREK, LORETTA "Larry" COMMERCIAL lI.I.lI., Steneil, Math., Prom Com., Chess. mathematical, modest, artistic GOIINIEWIIIZ, FRANCIS X. "Dude" SCIENCE lI.I.lI., Hall G., Intramural. friendly, serious, reasoning GROSS, BERNICE I.. "Bernie" LANGUAGE Honor, Zoology, Service, Freneh, Math., C.I.C., G.A.A., Class Day Com. easygoing, understanding HAWLEY, DOROTHY "Dee" COMMERCIAL Steneil, Foremanual, Ring Com., C.I.C. active, sweet, pleasant HOVESTOL. GERTRUDE "Genie" COMMERCIAL Zoology. Math., Stencil, C.A.A. rep., C.I.C., Choral. sludious, ambitious. athletic HUGHES, MARYJANE "Rufus" SCIENCE Math., C.I.C., Class Day Com. modest, generous, earnest . - ' D Q D ,-..- . , , ,P 31 .111 In I4 .I I l I ' ' mmwma,f.m:wf.,nw-rm-me.:,ww.. l I I I IIURSH, THEODORE "Tr-fl" SCIENCE Bus. Mgr. I:0l'I'llIkllIIliil, l R.O.T.fl., lI.I.lI. , brighl, ambitious, assertive JACOBSEN, LESLIE J. "Lys" SCIENCE OHII-er, C.I.C., Intramural. adirentaruus, nanchalant reelcless JANNINCS, MOLETTA "Lc1ry" CIIMM EIICIAI, Stem-il, C.l.C. lllil'C7tfllf0U,S, original, energetic JEPSON, GLENWOOD "Icp" TI3I:IINICAL Class Day Com., C.l.C. quiet,easy-going l A JONES, BLENDA "'l'ornmy" IIIIMMEIICIAI. C.I.l,f., Pin and Ring Corn. poised, quiet, sincere JONES, DONALD "junescy" SCIENCE R.0.'l'.iI., ll.I.C., Hall G., ' CIIHYIII Sehool. ariiia ble, easy, understanding KALINOWSKI, WAN-DA E. "Red" COMMERCIAL News rep., Stencil, Prom Com., l' I I' sorialile. jolly, infiustrious ISBAN, LORRAINE "Larry" COMMERCIAL C.A.A., Frenvh. Clif. clark, pleasant, ambitious JANICKI, GEORGE "Chahbic" SCIENCE French, Chess, C.I.C., R.0.'I'.C., Honor, Cap and Gown Com. energetic, intelligent, jolly JAY, LEONA "Lee" CUMMIZIICIAI. Stencil, Holmlry, Chorus, C.I.C., News, Prom Com., C.A.A. progressive, delightful, alert JERMALINSKI, EDWIN "Ed" TECHNICAL lI.l.C. small, quiet. cheerful JONES. DOLORES ",lunesey" SCIENCE Zoology, C.I.C., G.A.A. athletic, compaserl, patient JORDAN, MYRA I "Mickey" IiOMMl-ZRCIAL G.A.A., C.I.C., Class Day Com. blonde, petite, jovial KERN, MARGUERITE COMMERCIAL French, C.I.C., G.A.A. pert, musical miss . - A -- ' ' , ' f Q D 5 - 32 ---fi A il. ,,.wN:t.t,::x.mmms.,:,.NMsw:f.f-we p ll .I I ' . ' ' umm' num an af M at.. KNORR, JOHN 'I'ECnNICAL fI.I.C., IlIll'21l'IlllI'ZllI friendly, reliable chap KOENIC., ELEANOR M. "Giggs" SCIENCE News, Chorus, Seventeen. reliable, industrious, hilarious KOPEYKA, MARIAN "Molly" COMIIEIICIAL fI.I.fI., Service, Zoology, Ger- man, Honor, Soeial Com. intelligent, modest, capable KOSMELLA, GEORGE "Shorty" TEC II NICAL C.I.C., Intramural. serious, understanding, reliable KUCERA, LA VERNE "Mickey" CoMIvIEnCIAI. Stencil, CIC., Service, Hohhy, Charm School. modest, tranquil. poised KUTTA, VIRGINA CoMIsIEm:IAL C.I.C. quiet, studious, generous LESK, LEONA "Lee" CoIsnxIEIu:IAI. C.I.C., Charm School. serene. platinum blonde. KNUDSEN, DOROTHY "Dot" COMMERCIAL Stencil, Service, C.I.C., Grad Com. quiet, musical, sweet KOLLER, CLAYTON "Casanova" COMMERCIAL C.I.fl. rep., Hall C. what a man KORSVIK, ROBERT S. "Bob" SCIENCE News, Track, Intramural, Glee, Hall G., Foremanual. kind, dependable, alert KRZYSCZAK, EDWARD "Lefty" TECHNICAL C.I.C., Intramural. quiet, lenient, staunch KUPCZYK, JEROME ujen-yn Baseball, C.I.C., Itettermen. athletic, quiet, friendly LEISERING, DORIS "Bunny" COMMERCIAL C.I.C. artistic, blonde, .small LUNDMAN, LILLIE SCIENCE Zoology, C.I.C., French. eh eerlul, charming, denture . - 1 ' , D 1 D --" 33 as-:nl 1 I LYJAK, LILLIAN "Lil" COMMERCIAL C.I.C. domestic, jovial, considerate MANNION, VERONICA "Ronnie" COMMERCIAL Intramural, C.I.C., News. dark, peppy, eager MARINE, RUTH "Ruthie" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., Service, German, Fore- manual, Safety. cheerful, swcct, musical MATHIASEN, PAUL "Lucky" TECHNICAL Hall C., C.I.C., Intramural. affectionate, sailor walk MAZUREK, CASIMIR J. "Cas" TECIINICAL C.I.C., Intramural, Bowling, Capt. Hall G., Class Day Com. ph otographer, curley headed MI-GUINNESS, MARGIE "Mowge" COMMERCIAL C.l.C., G.A.A., Lihrary, Service. sparkling Irish eyes MELBERC, VERA "Penny" COMMERCIAL Service, C.I.C., G.A.A., Class Gilt Com. tall, slender, peppy MANAGO, CARMELLO "Irish" SCIENCE C.I.C., Band, Hall C., Intra- mural. gentlemanly, cheerful, courteous MARCANTONIO, JERRY "Marky" TECHNICAL C.I.C., Hall G. one-man team MARUSZCZAK, JOHN "Sous" SCIENCE Intramural, C.l.C. musical, lively, sociable MATTHEY, ETHEL "Em" COMMERCIAL G.A.A., C.I.C., Charm School. vim, vigor, vitality MeCARTHY, WILLIAM "Mac" LANGUAGE Intramural, C.I.C. athletic, sturdy fellow Mcl.AUCHLIN, BRUCE "Bruce" SCIENCE C.I.C., Basketball, Chess, Math., Senior, Swim. athletic, assertive, cheerful MEYER, LORRAINE "Zippy" COMMERCIAL Service, Stencil, C.I.C., Charm School. fair, peppy, musical q ' .,"'1 a ':::- :"f1 1:::ff":::sf. l D Q . "f,,1:: 1 ::- ,:f-- ',"' 1 2' ' -- 34 .1-S-I.. .am-:anew-,. e::::q.:::,f .A::...:... n ' , ll . I I ' N . I I masfmnaumwanusnvwumwm 1 l MILLER, DOROTHY "Dar" SCIENCE German, Honor, Foremanual. intelligent, dependable, agalnle MILLEVILLE, ARLINE E. "Are" CUMMEIICIAI, l'l0I'l'lllIllllllll, Honor, Stvmll, Service, Prom llom. aggressive, covoperative. intelligent MUEHLBRANDT, EVELYN "Eve" CUMMERCIAI. C.I.lI. tem pera m en ral. blonde. petite NADRAWSKI, EUGENE "Gene" SCIENCE C.I.C., Intramural, Hall G. quiet, good natured NAUGHTON, WILLIAM "Bill" COMMEIICIAI. llall C., C.l.C., News rep. Bowling, Intramural. Irish, miscllievous, persistent NERI, HENRY "Ed" TI-:CIIN ICAI. Baseball, Photography. small. dark. friendly NIELSEN, EUNICE L. "Eunie" 1IoM MEIICIAL C.I.C. made to love MILLER, RUSSELL "Russ" SCIENCE R.0.'l'.C., C.I.C. quiet. unasstuning. friendly MOSS, WARREN "Pete" SCIENCE llall G., L.I.C. agreeable, jolly. hamlsome MUNTEAN, GEORGE "Munch" SCIENCE C.I.C., Chorus, R.0.T.C., Chess, Intramural. benefcent, handsome, direct MUTH, ELSIE "Al" CoMMERCIAl. C.I.C., Stencil, C.A.A. petite, Cheerful, friendly NELSON, MILDRED "Mil" COMMERCIAL Pres. C.A.A., CIC., Foreman- ual, Life Saving, Bowling, MF". athletic, dependable. Cheerful NEWMAN, RUSSELL "Father Hines" SCIENCE Danre Orr-h., C.I.C. musical. sociable. brisk NIELSEN, WILBERT "Will" SCIENCE Ilall G., C.l.C., 'l'rark, News. jolly. generous amiable NRYTWQWXQYN ' R 'KFTQFU 4W3So -unix-W1 G- - 35 IZ l 1 NIESS, HELEN C. "Hanna" LANGUAGE German, French, Zoology, tT.I.iZ. musical. talkative. tall NOWAKOWSKI. LORETTA M. SCIENCE ff.l.C., French. calm. cheerful. reliable OFIARA, EDMUND J. "Ed" SCIENCE C.l.C., Letterman, Tennis. athletic. jovial. patient OLSEN, ALICE COMMERCIAL Honor, C.I.C. rep., Math., Fore- manual, Chess, G.A.A., Prom lfom. artistic. stuzlious. tlignihezl PABICH, LEONARD "Len" TECHNICAL l1.l.C., Baseball, Leltermen, Bus. Mgr. News. musical. athletic, modish PARKINSON, DOROTHY "Doss" CoMMEnClAI. V.P. G.A.A., C.I.C. sweet, tall, athletic PETERSON, EVELYN "Pt-tel' COMMERCIAL C.l.C. fair, domestic, artistic NOWAK, JOHN "John" SCIENCE Chess, C.I.C., Honor, Grad. Com. stutiious. mathematical. quiet NUCCIO, LORRAINE "Lar" CUMMEIICIAI. fI.I.C. peppy. petite. pleasant O'KEEFE, GORDON "Cindy" TECIINICAI. CLC., Class Day Com. tiexterous, radiant, cheerful OLSON, E. VIRGINIA "0ley" SCIENCE fI.I.C. unrufletl. becom ing, amiable PADRONAGGIO, BERNADINE "Erma" LANGUAGE Honor, French, Library, Serv- ire, Class Gift Com., Charm School. temperamental, conhzlent, dark PETERSON, C. ALLAN "Pete" SCH-:NCI-I Pres. C.l.C., Intramural, Usher, Hall C., R.O.T.C., Foremanual. active. ambitious, ohliging PETERSON, GLENN "Guy" lZoMMEnCIAI. C.I.C. tleperulahle, gootl hearted 1- - '- l , . . . 36 PRZEWOZN IK, THADDEUS "Ted" TECHNICAL lf.l.C., Hall C. athletic. cheerful, modest RADWAN, JEAN "Duvhess" LIQMMI-ZIICIAI. ll.A.A., C.I.C., Swim. quiet, unassuming. attractive REDMOND, KENNETH "Kenny" SCIENCE Basketball, Hall C., Pin and Ring Com., C.I.C. athletic, sociable, peppy ROSEL, BETTY JANE "Betts" SCIENCE C.I.C. A pretty, vivucious, lively ROZETKA, LUCILLE "Lu" CUMMEIICIAI. C.l.C., Hobby. petite. studious. quiet SCHNETZING, WALTER "Wally" COMMEIICIAI. lI.I.C., Hall U. quiet. easy going SCHOPPA, EDWARD "Ed" COMMERCIAL Qolf. Intramural, Hall C., L.I.L. pleasant. bike-rarer . 4 . l I .,.. , ..,. , . ....,.. . 0 I 4 f I el I el PSOLSKI, JOHN "Modest John" SCIENCE Basketball. Baseball, Mgr. III- lramural, C.I.C., Frenvh. ntotlest. gootl-natttrezl RALEIGH, JAMES "Jimmy" CoMMEIu:IAL lI.I.C., R.0.'l'.C., Ollin-ers. militaristir. easy going ROGAWSKI, CHESTER "Chubby" SCIENCE Illlrlllllllrlil, Hall C., C.l.C.. Class Gift Com., Baseball. hamlsome. tlepentlalzle, alert ROSTKOWSKI, CLADYS LANGUAGE French, C.I.C.. Grad. Com. quiet. svholarly. amltitious SCHAEFER, MERWYN E. "Mer" SCIENCE Bowling. Chorus, C.l.C.. Charm Sehool. a1ttlaf'I'o1ts. lzumaroux. peppy SCHOCK, VERNON 'KVern" TECIINICAI. Hall G., C.I.lf., POFCIIIIIIIIIHI, Basketball, Imranmral. neat. g.'entlt-manly. persistent SCHUH, ELSIE "Janie" Com M ERCIAI. C.I.l'I., Charm School. artistir. peppy. temperamental ' 1 - " -i.,IIE:??:E1Z'32?.'.'. .i?lJ3f12i?SsE3if? i , . . . -.v. 'HES-2-:'a::'::Ew..:gz:Li2E':.L?' 37 i mummy W .R I. I4 . 5 . I I ' .I N SCHWERDTFEGER, ULRICH G. "l!IIy" Scznzmzrz llonor. l'1cl.-in-rl1if'l Formnanual, .lvwclry Com.. Math., Cllr-:af-1, Capt. llall C.. Salntutoriun. srlmlarly. rullurvfl. willy SHALLCROSS, DOROTHY "Dolly" l.AN4:l IAGIC l:I'I'llI'll, SPrvir'c', l.iln'ury, llonnr, C.l.C. affm't:'anutr'. fair. magnr-n'r SLUSARZ, WANDA "Windy" Cum MI-IRCIAI. G.A,A. rrp., C.l.C., Intrmnurul. allllvlilt. flark. surialrlu SMITI-I, LESTER "Les" Scznznczn C.I.C., News. l'0ll1lL'Illl.0ILlll. pnvlir. lx'l'l'Il STADE, HELEN Cum m:m:lAl. C.I.l f. lflll.1'l. rollgwzirzl. Sll1l'4'l'l' STANISLAVEK, LORRETTA "Ln" Comm!-:m:IAl. 4:.l.c2., Polish. Chzmn Svhnol. nfrv. quirt. I'0llSl.l,UffllL' STASKO, CLARE "Sis" Comm-:m:lAl. f1.I.1I. Ill'll1'J'. am ln'liuus. jolly SEMINARA, VIRGINIA "Virg" Cm.1ML:m':l.u. C,I.C. friendly. genial. mlenlczl SILLDORF, DOROTHY J. "Si.:zel" flllllllll-IRCIAI. C.I.C., Charm S1-lmul. jovial. cunsiflvralv. murlvaus SMAGACH, LEO "Toukcy" flOMMERCIAL Hall ff., I..I.l.. grntlemanly. pleasing. personable SMITH, MARCALAINE M. "Marge" Commsncnu. C.I.C.. Personnel, Charm School. III usivul, l'UllSt'I'I'tll.'l7d'. lilfva lnle STANDARD, I-IILDA "Hill" l.ANuUAuE G.A.A., C.I.C., "Seventeen," French Club. carefree, good-heartvzl STANO, IIELEN M. "Moe" fl0MMERlIlAI, C.I.C., Stvncil, Intramural, Polish, G.A.A., l.m'kcr C. peppy. alluring. amialrlv STEELE, DOROTHY "Dolly" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., Life Saving, Class Day Com. petite, active, pleasant . - 38 .. .,..' " ' " " " ., . r .5 l I .,., ..V, I 1 1 STEIN, ROBERT "Stein" TECIINICAL R.0.'l'.C., C.I.C. artistic, musical, sincere STEWART, LILLIAN "Lil" SCIENCE Latin, Band, C.I.C. indifferent, quiet lass SURECK, WILLIAM "Bill" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., Hall C. whisller, handsome fellow SWANSON, CLARENCE ,"Clarie" TECHNICAL C.I.C., Usher, Intramural, Hall C., Class Day Com., Foreman- ual. tall, blonde, cultured THOMAS, MARION E. "Tommy" COMMERCIAL Service, C.A.A., C.I.C. rep., Bowling. ready, willing, able TOKARZEWSKI, CECELIA SCIENCE C.l.C. soeialrle. quiet, shy UNGERO, CATHERINE "Katie" COMMERCIAL Service, C.I.C., News rep., Bowling, C.A.A., Prom Com. eo-operative, friendly, peppy STEVENS, ELLA-JANE "EJ" COMMERCIAL Cheerleader, C.I.C. rep., Stencil, Class Ollicer. versatile, popular, studious STOPKA, EDWARD "Whitey" COMMERCIAL Intramural, C.I.C. co-operative, cheerful, capable SWANSON, ARLENE "Swanee" LANCIIACE C.l.C., Personnel. sweet, .sophisticated cutie TH ERSTA PPEN, LOUISE "Lou" LANCUAGI-Z C.I.C., C.A.A. stuflious, athletic, carefree TODD, HAROLD "Lefty" IIOMMI-:IICIAL C.I.C.,I'ep., Hall C., Intra- mural. tall. ilarlf, lllllldSOI71C TURALA, CLARA J. "Claire" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., Cap and Gown Com. uml1iti0us.j0ll1f active URSIN, IRENE "I" CUMMEIICIAI. C.I.ff., Charm School, Per- sonnel. cheerlul little earful . - l ' P D Q Q nv- 39 nun-var-nap gg5 I I 'lIl'4'll Ill M VAID, CHARLES "Chucker" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., Bowling. dignified. agreeable, direct VIZARD, WILLIAM "Bill" SCIENCE Ed.-in-chief News, Pres. 1938 Class. Honor, C.I.C., Fore- manual. ambitious, intellectual, tactful WAHL, VIRGINIA LOUISE "Ginnie Lou" LANGUAGE French, German. Zoology. ambitious, intelligent, poised WALDENMEYER, EARL TECHNICAL C.l.C., R.0.T.C. likeable, friendly, cheerful WASHKUHN, ARLINE J. "Arjie" COMMERCIAL Hobby, Charm School. persistent, athletic lass WHEELER, ROBERT "Rat" COMMERCIAL Intramural. C.I.C., News rep., Hall C. handsome, bright, pleasant WINSAUER, IRIS "Hnnie" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., Chorus, C.A.A. composed. patient, understanding VERDONE, CHARLES "Chuck" SCIENCE C.I.C., Intramural. jolly, dark, athletic VOLLENDORF, CORDELIA "Corky" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., G.A.A., Social Com. co-operative, sociable, aggressive WALCH, KENNETH "Ken" COMMERCIAL C.I.C.. Prom Com. handsome, intelligent, athletic WARREN, VIRGINIA "Ginny" LANGUAGE ZOOIOZY. C.I.C., Math. quiet, mathematical, small WEINER, VIRGINIA "Cinny"' COMMERCIAL Stencil. C.I.C., French. shy. neat, musical WILSON, JANE ELLEN "Janie" COMMERCIAL C.I.C., Pin and Ring Com. quiet, dignihed, pretty WISCHMEYER, CLARENCE "Wishy" GENERAL C.I.C., Bowling. nice, polite, genial - - ffl I ' P D Q . 3tc11"s-'1iQ':i'.3.- "" 'CEEEIQCZLEFS-.'f'PF?" "IfL"'E-ir'A"' . t ' . H1 . 40 ........... I Q WISTERT, AL "Feet" SCIENCE Baseball, Basketball, C.I.C., Hall G. alhlrrir. tall. agreeable WROBLEWSKI, HARRY T. "0flda" 'I'i1cnNu:AL Basketball, Lettermen, C.I.C., Pin and Ring Com. athletir, capable. modest YOUNG, ROBERT E. "Sparks" Cnmmsncui, C.I.lI. re1lhearl,lrisl1, flirlalious ZAK, RITA "Roe" Com MI-LRIZIAI. lI.I.lf., G.A.A., Polish, Safety. athletic, mlm, ambitious ZARTLER, ED "Htl" Scnzrvciz 4 Clif., Hall G., Intramural. amiable, unassuming, agreeable ZURKE, DOLORES "Do" COMMERCIAL ff.l.C., Honor. Servire. likeable. gnml-nalurefl BURCHERT, JUNE "0rie" l,ANm.lfAou C.I.ff., Spanish, Latin, Music. small. vurlyehairezl, WOZNIAK, MILDRED "Millie" Commnncnu. lI.I.C., G.A.A., Polish. rorrlial, likeable, jovial WRZES, AURIOLE "Duchess" I.ANcuAc,E C.I.C., Library, Honor, G.A.A., French, Intramural, Cap and Gown Com., Foremannal. literary, attrartive, bright YOUNGBERG, ELEANORE "Ele" COMMERCIAL Stencil, l'I.I.lI., Foremanual, Honor, Class Gift Com., Vale- dictorian. pleasant, efficient, brilliant ZARNOSKI, VIRGINIA H. "Virge" COMMERCIAL C.I.lI. sedate, sweet, obliging ZIOLA, WANDA "Wannie" Commzncm. Il.I.C.. Charm School. musical, slim, quiet ARENDT, LORETTA "Lally" Commrzncmi. tI.I.C., French. Charm School. tall, temperamenlal, musical Additional Graduates ,lack Bogardus, Matthew Chrapkowski, Gilbert Crotte, john D'Alessandro, Howard Frank, joseph Gielarowaki, Eugene Jablonski, Chester interesting Rzeatko, Frank Zalamana, Robert Bredrup, Harriet Skokowski. ,t I fr " NXSXNI' . . . 41 . ,: I - : sz lfIll5'l' ttowf Xlunnion. Yollt-ntlml. ifolnt-ri. lluu'-lol, For-l. Ill..-n. Kn- gvlullo. llolnntl, lvlnurlt. lug:-to. 5l'flQUNll KUYY: l"l4'il.lg. Koprxltzl. Nivl-1-n. Knoll. llrvnlu-l Knlilnmslti. Nlunh-un. t,nI:un-. Xllllt-ull:-. Xlttlrh. THIRD Rott: it-lint-vtlltv-gr-r. Kn- gt-I-, Snmgnvli. l'uhirh. 'll-tlft, St Inu-lx, XX lim-I--1, Nlnvn-znk. l"fll'R'l'll NNW: llsln-fin. lhwlmontl, Ntnmm.-... xxa1...t.. xx...i.l.-...tt rn. mann, lxovnlg. llaulvx. jour.. wuz. niak. 4A SENIOR COMMITTEE 4A SENIOR COMMITTEE Tht- l'rom lfolnlnillaw' with its chairman. ,lark The tlvtuils of that all-important vu-nt. tlrauluu- llolanrl. tht' So:-iul f,'IIIIllIIiffl'1'. llvzlflfwl hy fforflelia tion. are tht- c'ont'm'n ol' lliclmrtl Amie-rson :tml his Yollvntlorf. anal tho l'in and Ring fforrzniillrfcf with fjfllflllllfilllt f,vIll71lItI'lfl'l'. whilv Anriolc' Writ-s unrl lllrivli St'llWt'l'llllil'jIl'I' as t-Itivf. vvry suvcvssfully the Cap und Conv: f.vUlI1lIII.ffl'l' must sm' to it that urrangvtl for tht' gIl'iltlllillllIlf1 Sl'lti0I'S"'il flvlightful cavh graduate is ontlittvfl uppropriatvly for thc- prom at the Country tflnh ol' lfvanston. social occasion. and the EJIIISS Gif! l.iUIlIllll.Hl'!'. It-fl hy 1-vvnts 4-limuxing in that cliurniing innovation. lfleanor Yonnglrerg. must tlvviclv "Wlmt shall thc' "Svnior 'Yiglltf' :intl tht- st-turing: of rings to grave vlass gift lic?" Clmrlvs ffzupar :incl tht' lfluss Huy tht- hanrls ol' tht- gH.lflllillCS as they reach for their ffon1,n1,iII1'1' arc' providing for that lust rt-al g:0l-to- diplomas. gather. "Class Duyf. in a novvl mamwr. ltll' HHH: lvolIliI'uir'L. .l"psoIl. IVR "v' lr, lfnglieli. Swanson. 'llo- znwlt. Knulfl-,,n. limlnu. llnghl'-. l-1-lun, llllltl! IUIXX: tloltllnun. .lor-lun. lun. 'Nt-I-nn. lim--. l.nlumn:n, Km-F uk. Xllllvl. llmnn--u. bt'-wln-. 5I"t,llNll HIHX: Knntl-.1-n. Ko-mvlln. M1-lvn.on. L. lt'--Ikon-ki. Nmtuk. tn-lv:-on. R.. Wahl. hm:-n. tlsullo- nox n. 'Klan ago. FIKUYI' HUXX: lmtluonuggio. Nlvlln-rg, llognu-ki, Zn-lin-ky. Yollllgglvvlg. XX in--, 'l'nu.nlu. .l:nnirki. lfolv-x. Itit linin ..., .... ,... t , E ..,,. , , LL2 A t 4. I , W... , :E .. .. .... - .W v. .V I. .z . . ml SI"XI'I'll: NI:-. hnl--I-.nu XII-. In-ll. NIi-- Ixin-t-'um.ni, XIIN- lx-llw. Xlix. fn.--t.-I-I. XI:-. Xln--tftil. Ui.- t,n..n.-I, N'I'xNlrINl.: XII- k..nut-. N11,1n'1..n- nm, XII. Ia--rn. XII. Iv-ning. 4A CLASS REPRESENTATIVES CLASS SPONSORS f I ' 'IIIn'sv SIIIIIUIIIS IIZIYI' l'vp1't-st-intl-II lIn'ir 1Iixisinn In tIn' spullsuw ot tln' xarnnls 1'Iassvs. IA. -IIS. IIA. ISIS and ZX 4 nnI in lmpm- I-I'I'Yl'IIIIy tlu' :nIn1in- .' I rmnns during lln' 'IIS and I,-I sn-r1ivsl4'1's. Sl'Yt'I'1lI Ilan- sm-1'vv4I in this vapavily fur tin- Sl'llIl'SIl'I'S. istratiun will vxlm-n1I tlwir xsurtI1 tn tht- ZIS. IA and Itl uni In-arlivll thanks and ox- Ilt vlassm-st. nv g '- TIN-ir tasks Iiavv Im-n many arranging fur vlass pins vavli st'I11vst1'l'. sovial IIIIIIVIIOIIS. IlI'lIQI'ilIIIS. rm'- prm-ss mn' zippiwwiaitioii for tlw spIvnmIi1I and ettvclivv I'I'l'SIIIIIl'IIIS. ctr: ltnmlvr lln-ir Ivactvrsllip four rullvr way in whit-In IIII'y IIAIYI' xwldvmt into units tht- vari- skating partivs. tim pivniv lnkvs. trips lu plarm-s nt' uns IllI'ltIIN'I'S ul tlivn' groups. It has l't'SllIIt'lI not nnlx' In an IIIIt'I' vlasw 5 nm-II.t loud xx urIxI piiil lvnl in svlnml spirit as IVIIIINI' IIIPNN: Ilhkin. II.mlt-x, XI: Yin-If. 'Sli -- Ix-fllx. Ixnnun. 1.iI.nn-. NI-QIQHNIJ IIIIIX: Slnpka. Xtnnl-nn. lt'In-Il. X--nngIwl,,. Ilan-.n, I I ni- ni-1. ' ' ' IIIIPITSI. :intl svn-ral svlnml parln-s in-rv In-I1I. - - , .,.. - , ....,lN..:..t,, H - "Tk, :am 4.5.2 .. ...... . .,. ,N...f.Q.,,.a,..., , -III .IUNE CLASS PRCPHECY - 1938 Back in Chicago after twenty years! Times have changed since 1938. There's a "Tour the City for a Dime" bus. Let's hop on and see if we can find any of the old high school gang. Oh, oh, Ruth Frenzel is driving. We're starting. "First stop, the Water-front Airport." So Chicago finally got its airport, after all. Look, we're passing the Public Library. There is Nancy Foley and Marion Ko- peyka standing at that window up there. They must be librarians. There is Laverne Kucera, Ruth Marine and Francis Golniewicz walking down Madison Street with lawyers' brief cases under their arms. And look at that big billboard on that side, a picture of Ulrich Schwerdtfeger, who is running for presidency of the United States. We're turning down the outer drive now. That prosperous looking man over there talking to the newsboy is William Vizard, President of our class and editor- in-chief of the Foreman News, now editor of The Daily Fib, the world's greatest nuisance. Here we are at the airport. Lorraine Meyer and Arline Washkuhn are climbing into the cock- pit of that red plane. And there goes Leslie Jacob- sen in a pilot's uniform. He is the one who just fiew Arthur Henkel, Chicago's wealthy playboy, all the way over to Spain and back, for a sun-ripened olive for Art's latest girl friend, Eleanor tGigglesJ Koenig. Haven't you heard? Look at the crowd of women over there-Leona Jay, Irene Ursin, Ruth Brenke, Cordelia Vollendorf, Lillian Stewart, Dor- othy Steele, Dorothy Shallcross, Lucille Rozetka, Bernardine Padroggio, and Leona Lesk. Why, they are bidding "Bon Voyage" to Chicago's gift to the ladies, George Janicki, who is sailing for France. And look at who is getting on the same plane with George-it's Ted Hursh, the internationally famed chemist, with Alford Andersen carrying the lug- gage. Here comes the mayor of Chicago, Jack Boland, to wish all our friends a pleasant journey. There's Dorothy Parkinson, air hostess, climbing into the same plane, too. We'd better hurry back to the bus, it's going to start. "Next stop, Outdoor Music Hall." Yes, that's the new gigantic band shell that Chicago has just completed. Do you see that splendid yacht out there on the lake? I understand it belongs to Charles Czapar, multi-millionaire and former mili- tary instructor of the public high schools. Of course his better half, Alice Olsen, is the charming hostess. Look who is standing on that corner sell- ing Fuller Brushes. It's Donald Jones! He always did like the outdoor life! Here is the Music Hall. "All out." Let's go over and look at tonight's billboard. .lust look at all the familiar names on this list-Wilbur Zelinsky, vio- linist, Marguerite Kern and Dorothy Brunner, Grand Opera Prima Donnasg Jack Bogardus, crooner, Rus Newman and his orchestra fLeonard Pabich is his pianistlg Catherine Diskin and Rob- ert Stein, saxophone duetg Henry Neri, organ grinder, and Bruce McLaughlin and his Harmon- ica. By the way, do you know who planned and constructed this enormous shell? It was George Kosmella, architect, in co-operation with John Knorr, Earl English, Sabath Angelillo, Frank Zalamana, Clarence Swanson, and Warren Ander- son as engineers. A mighty fine job they made of it, too! Well, here we go again, now it's to Chicago's own movie lot. Do you see that streamline street car there? Shirley Gates is the motorman. I under- stand it is one of Boland's "Keep Chicago Ahead" ideas-to employ pretty girls as motermen. See that man on the top of that fiag pole? It's Edward Schoppa, current Hag pole sitter champion. Look out! Here comes-there goes a fire engine, with Robert Young driving it. Do you see that sign over the beauty parlor there? "Evelyn Muehl- brandt's Facie Fixie Shoppe," and next door to it is "Louise Therstappen's Pastie Pastry Shoppe." And that orphanage on the corner, "Edward fPopJ Stapka's Tiny Tot's Haven." Look who's coming down the street-Richard Anderson, present presi- dent of the "Ye Olde Little Lulu Club," with Kenneth Walch, general stooge. And Ted Przewoz- nik, Western Union messenger boy, is running up to them with a telegram in his hand. Now we're going past a five-and-dime store. Note all the girls standing out in front. It must be their lunch hour. There's Vera Melberg, Margaret English, Dolores Jones, Mary ,lane Hughes, Marjorie Christensen, Clara Turala, Helen Stade, Margaline Smith, .lean- ette Bach, Beatrice Butkiewicz, La Raine Freitag. Florence Howard, Lola Andreoni, and Bernadine Chodera. And across the street, in front of a con- temporary store, stands Florence Carr, Marion Evansen, Dorothy Fisher, Virginia Seminara and Virginia Olson. It's been a long time since we've seen any of them. Do you remember-oh, here we are at the studio. Chicago is fast becoming another Hollywood. Let's glance around the lot. There is a group of extras. Do you recognize any of them? I see Laura Dressler, Bernice Augustine, Philomena De Vos, William Dziagwa, Patricia Ford, Dolores Zurke, Rita Zak, Elsie Muth, Dorothy Knudsen, Lorraine Isban, Dorothy Hawley, Hazel Ebert, Francis Diesing, Edward Kryzsczak, Ray Breuer, Margie McGuinness, William McCarthy, and Dorothy Finn. There's Clayton Koller, Shirley Temple's successor, and Bob Wheeler, Boris Kar- lofI's understudy. Here comes several reporters- among them Walter Schnetzing, Robert Korsvik, Charles Vaid, Victor Colucci, William Sureck, Leo Smagach, Edgar Frimann, Ed Zartler, Clarence Wischmeyer, Ed Ofiara, Wilbert Nielsen, .Iohn D'Allesandro, John Maruszczak, and Eugene Nad- rawski. They are trying to get a picture or a state- ment from Gordon O'Keefe, the screen's latest Romeo. But Gordon won't talk, and business man- ager, George Hansen, says, "Scram, boys, scram!" Look who has just shown up for her first screen test, pretty little Eunice Nielson, all flustered. Accompanying her is stern, serious .lerry Marcan- tonio, movie censor, and Veronica Mannion, col- umnist. Let's drop into the studio lunchroom for a snack. Here are waitresses Evelyn Peterson, Elsie Schuh, Lorretta Stanislavek, Virginia Weiner, and Wanda Ziola, all ready and willing to serve us. Are there any other studio employees that we know? Seated at the table in the far corner I see Marion Thomas, who, our waitress tells us, gave up clerking in Sears to become a songstress. And in the other corner are Auriole Wrzes, Virginia Warren, Arlene Swanson, Harold Todd, Blenda Jones, Vernon Schock, John Nowak, Matt Chrapkowski, Constaln- tine Coorlas, Joe Gielorowski, Eugene Jablonski, Harry Wroblewski, Warren Moss, all the guests of director Raymond Eckardt. We'll pay our check to cashier Dorothy Albrecht and go over to the studio sets. Here is Set No. I. l'll open the door. There's no one in here. Oh, yes, there are two people at the far end. Why, it's Betty Rosel teaching Al Wistert a ballet dance. Let's get out of here, quick! Here, this set appears more promising. My, oh my, it's Dorothy Chada teaching the studio kiddies their A, B, C's. There is Lillian Lyjak instructing older girls in Short- hand, Ethel Matthey teaching German, and Millie Nelson as a Physical Education instructor. This must be the studio school. We don't belong here. Well, let's try one more set to see if we can watch the stars at work. There is Ella ,lane Stevens, Vir- ginia Wahl, Casimir Mazurek, Catherine Ungero, Arline Milleville, Carmello Manago, and Letty ,Iannings enacting a scene from "Gone With the Wind." So they finally got around to filming it! Well, our bus is about to leave, so we must say "Auf Wiedersehenn to all our friends. Here we go again. Now whither? "Last stop, the new City Hall." Oh, yes, I understand that Chicago has recently completed the largest administration build- ing in the world. It needs a large executive force for its fast growing population. Notice that super highway we just passed? I saw a group of W.P.A. workers making repairs on it. Jerome Kupczyk, Kenneth Redmond, Russel Miller, Henry Bernarski, Robert Engels, and Merwyn Schaefer were some of the workers. Well, here we are at the last stop. ,lust look at the size of the place! It must be all of sixty stories high, and a half-mile wide. Ah, here is a list of familiar names! "Eleanor Goldman, Marion Groen, Jennie Castronovo, Emily Bielenin, Loretta Gburek, .lane Wilson, and Eleanore Youngberg, Public Ste- nographersf' They must have a rushing business, judging from the number of people in there. And on this side of the hall is another sign. 6'Iris Win- saur 81 Co., Undertakersf' A regular miniature city, right here on this first floor. And there are other signs, "Bill Naughton, Loan Shark," "Virginia Zar- noski, Teleotypistf' "Clara Stasko and Lillian Lundman, Dress Designers," "Helen Niess, Fancy Pastries," "Doris Leisering, Hand-Painted Greeting Cards," g'Earl Waldenmeyer, Broker," "Virginia Kutta, Bookkeeper," and "Allan Peterson-Out to Lunch." Wonder what they have on the second floor. Letis go up and see. What a line of pretty elevator girls-another one of Boland's inspirations, no doubt. There is Wanda Kalinowski, Bernice Gross, Wanda Slusarz, Jean Radwan, Lilyan Calams, Loretta Arendt, and Myra Jordan. Here is the second floor. It is the Domestic Relations Depart- ment. Charles Verdone, a general in the Italian Army, is consulting with Glenwood Iepson, chief executive of the City Disposal Department. Ollice boy Chester Rogawski is reading the sports page of today's newspaperg on the sly, of course. Proof- reader Edwin Jermalinski is busy at work over Gladys Rostkowski's annual report of "What's What in Chicago." And there are the department's stenographers, Irene Czlapinski, Helen Stano, Ger- trude Hovestol, Hilda Standard, and Cecelia Tokar- zewski, talking over last night's band shell concert. Oh, oh! Here comes Lester Smith, income tax col- lector. I.et's scram! See you tomorrow. 11 f-1,1 -' .1-f y mf M. . ..,,1 "-L9 g . 1- 1 1-..'s-- P 1 .-.L f, ,, ,:., T155 -' V' Lf K. n hp, .. ' ':Vn.'.f Q, I 1 .A ', ,W . f , . ,,.H ,. N ,- sf ,. .INQQA igf: 1 V I 1 f A 5 ,.:, - fx .sl f 2 'Z' . is -. P, ' m ,xx 1 , I if 1., . . ,x-, V, ,fr V . '- . Ye. , ,...n,,,'.w ' A-in Egg '-L. . G., L- ., ,,1,x, 1, . ,VI 'I Q' F' ,., ,,..., ,,..A.Ar 1: .:!.f'-'-wi , V' 2!,uQ'gf..i.f .lu ,. 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'I'mmil1. Yiluivr. Nlnr mx, ll'Ilrifu. I-inn, lC.lnsI1.m, Ivni lf rx.-nhl. lll- Ill IUHX: Nlulvlw, Ki:-Inn. N4-1-lv Slnnu-1. 'I'.nInr. Fl:-Ill'-1, K:-lllvr Nl.-iugv. lviymlnln-, Ihugunlus, Ilumml lull. 1l.uk, I,ilIiu. THE 3A CL UB 'I'ln' KA lilulv. or-'zinixvfl lw Mrs. Laura IXIIISSPIII. I' . and sponsored Ivy Mr. Joseph Sazarna. nwl on Mzlrvli fl. IOIIZI. for ilu' murmose' ol' lwcmninf' a I I :- unilml par! of I'Illl't'llliIll. As its vivir' prnjvvl. the IIA lilull supported thc' Spring Music- I"e'slival. "'I'llc"' social f'vc'nt of thc' yvar was il roller skating party allmlrled by stu- llvnls on April lv. Much of llie s1u'f,'f'ss of ilu' Club is flue' to ilu' linv uork unfl vllorls of llu' IIA rlivisifm lvavllors. Miss Ilanivls. Miss Ifllqlingz. Miss I,awin. Miss MOI- mly. Miss 0'Ns'il. Mr. Sazania. Mrs. Ilanun. Miss Vlilliums. unrl IIN' junior year ilfIVISI'l'. Nlrs. M ussvli I . FIRFI' RUR: I,nl, I.-'vu-nI.n !l'N1:lllvi. Silivv. Nlnlnr. lvl:-nlu' hvlnnn. 'vnlllrk-nn. Ilshf-1. Ixrrrk -un. N'I1v1-'gn-I. Ill ll Iuln I 5I'flIll'Nll ROV: Ili:-In-rl, Uunlnk In-rh. 'I1nIm, Il., Xllvu. Wlrm-, N-ln rullf-I.. I.m-lllkv. Xml:-I-nn, Xl:-n-Il lun-I. Ili-rlvwr. Killmuu. Ulsvu, llvv K.-l..-H. u..m.. uf. snfmll. 'I'IIIIill RUR: llnlw-v. llv'n-lui'--nn mn.-.. n.. xu..,..l...n. s.'l...l.. nu -nu. II.llnk. ,lfululnn-ki. Inillml-4 Iulln Ili Iunlu Il: Nflulm. . .. ll.-K...-.. I : . 'ln--I I-'Ul'Il'l'll RUR: Il'-n..-n. Iflninu lnvngnllrnssn. Izr-klnr. flllfvvvk. I'n--4 Iu N v nn. llllw. Xl:-xv-nik. hui-nw-ki I.-'Isl'-1. llnwlnn:-r, Ilmnn, In-nln-1 sL.....,.:.. u...i..n.. u.....'1.. I'Il"'l'll IIIIW: II'-illnulll, I rsln 4,111-ilillg, Ka-1-lik. 'I'In-4-nn. Snlilnin: Iyilluvl-, Ixvlslrlll. Ilvnll. Xlmnw Ilzvvurnvl. Ilmx:-ngx-.l. Inn-rn. ,. ' ,H l , I-. 1 I--:,:e:1::..sf"::s:z'f .: A D - -- "A" ' -' "1 :"'-'H' I-I-S'-I ' -18 FIRST HORN: Ntnlin-ki. Itixkin I.--lurk:-, lhn. ll:-ml. Ntorlork. lowhu i mg.-1. ll.-tw... la,L.,.L. m.-wt-t, llulnmn. lhluoxwki. 5l'illUNll NNW: llllkoxwski, Sh-in llolrhvl-, l.:nr'lulo, l'nlns1. jug, tiurlvlt, l.zmlz'nr1-. Nortlashl, Cvgivl- -Li. Wouix. llnldlkv. l'lll:l-lrv. .X. ll llllltli ROW: lzlulale-y, H. N., ll.- tvn-on. 'l'nnnvl y. Wvgl:-. .lohn-on. lhighl. kon'zoluu-l.i, Koxnvik. ling:-I. XX illinnn-on. Shnllw. 'Hou-, I.un1ly, N n-tlzmml--k. I-'1lllR'I'Il RUR: the-ntko. Poinrvk Souza, tirnglion--. Kounlil., lx:-1-lik t:...nn. I-'an,.,.a, v..1,.., 1:r....1.....t.. -ku, kan-t, both. ,l:entloN. l"ll"'l'll IHHN: XX:-ii-. lit-Iinxki. llvi-1, lirll, Ilninou-Li. Fuhrnmn. IJ-vnnp. Vi-ni--u-Li, Tuhor. llvrh- lnnn. Yulwllrowinl. Syllnnnink. lin' luirki, Wurlh. Three council Int-mhers from each division were vhosen. two 1-lm-rod hy tht- students and one selected hy the division leur-Imer. nraking u total of twenty- three couneil ltl6'Illlll'I'S. 32,11 -Dolores Cyryl. Gloria Frontier. Norman Heilhnth: HW-Y-Mildred Anderson. Helen Grnher. William Schnepelg l2lffliohert Ifrskine. Janet Sgarioto. Florence Zielinskig 305 lrene l,itlca. Stephen 0'lN'lalley: IH3 'Hulwrt Kerwin. Jane Mil- ler. Dantzel Motzer: Silo' joe Cllodorowski. Jeanne Jasinski. Ross Johnson: flllln -Joseph Kielar. Loret- ta Uwzarek. Jean Szlraniec: 3024 --lletty handy, Dorothy liviner. Vineent Volpe. Niels Alexeynk. l'l'l'Sl'lI'l'IIff llohert lfrskine. VI'l'1'- f'rvs1'c1vr1l: .lane Miller. Svcrvlury: Larry lfilippi. l'rf'11surf'r. l"lll5T RUYY: Uiullnnul. flulllllul Il:-gg:-n. Kvtzlu-. Hon-llen. .lohmon l.nlm'lcxl. Vlvhlv, Hnrron. 'l'hn-Iv ltvtyvr. Norlnztn, flrlllu-r. 5l'il1UlNIl HUVVZ Strvirll. .llhlxul llrnnuh-5. Ruler-lt. Nu-I-nn. Hyun, Sons- Snntllwrg. Son-neon. V1-moi. lh-ni-on Munson. Wollwllm-gel, -Hu-l. llrrli- Klingvl. lu-in-kit Chli-I1-n-en. Smith. 'l'IIlRlb ROW: I.u-lm. Suu-kti-h I.:-unntlowaki. -hulv-r-on. llvrrhvn mtl--r. lint-ll:-r, 'xlorzv-r. Svhrnmm Ulm-n. Johnson. lfygnm-lt. I.:-hnmnn Tvnlplin. Kivlvr. llun-1-n, johnson 'l'honnu. I"KlliIiTll RUW: llir-I. Lara:-n. Rx liven.. Olson. Uhlwu-in. Srhol-u-n lt...-.k.-, I...M..n, 1:..mmang., P.-1.-f -ton. Srhwvi-lol. 'Vlnllen-u'n. Nlrlhu' mn.-n. st.-t...i,.1f,:, Iluglu-N. ly.-h tlaugnno. johnson. l"ll""l'll KUW4: Rohr, Yfviw, Burk nmnn. llsutuek, Uv:-r-nl, lim-Q, Wie nif-w-ki. NY:-rlllvr, Ying:-r, llnner llnrly. hun-r. lVlnr-Lv, ln-glvr. xxm ,.. . - ' . N. 1-. . . -. new-. ' :Qs:swseams:-ssm:gf.Q..:e:: F' ii :: -, , e 4.9 .A I N ..., ., At, ....., I :Et-:W Z .3 I '- .I 3.-11,1-3 . 7:3 ..... , ., HHN' Hum: lrl..1n. Numb, s.,..m. lnnwlxk. lhlnhp, ,luhn-nn. Nlauku, Hum. 5--I-rm. liuurkxmu. Hn-1-rvluluu. SLQHNH linux: svlmlf. rmpml.. Xl--wr-, Wwlvmf-r. IMI:-vi.-11, li--m.L1. Xlm-, lY.ni-. ,Il-rmgm. lxumvu. FUI' mn. Ih-1.-ilu. N hilluug. Illlllll mm:X1.mIm1.,,l.,u... IMI- mvm. If vvwxv' 1. l'I.lu1-ll, 'klrllnllkvy Him-Vw. Irnlrf-I. Nvfkn. llupy-ka. ILM fkulli. Xml'-I-un. kvuf-gl-1. IM-mp-wx. I'lPl'li'l'H IUNX: lxvmniuki, Lmul- .Li, Nh-ww-, Nhmi-Il, 'l'1--il In-Il. N1-il-un. Il.uu-rn, lhunr, Uuwllvr. lh-Iuli. lhw-ku-r. XXMI..-mln. IH-Iluk, Um-u-IT.-I.-'n. l,..l.un.. I-'ll-"l'II ROKR: I'--lvl..-n. Huim, H.. lvl, X114-Ilvvlf-I. Livwluanlmu-ki. ll.ulI5.1-. 5--In-rf-u. 'Nmnlmm-v. K4---.ur. l'n-In-ll. Sri!-JY, l.unu:n, Klutz, XMNI4-:mln-ll:-. 3 B C L U B HIP division N'Zll'hl'l'S has lwvn glrvzltly uppl'v1'iul1'1l. ,, ,, , , , . . V, Um- of llw chivf dntivs ol' Ihr' vmznvil rmrnlwra llu- nl! Llulv was lll'glillllZf'Il lll II10 tall of H47 , , , , , . of Ihr' vlulm was the flfgilllllllllilll ul lhv YIQLIIRIIIIUS umivr llw spmnsmslnlp of Mrs. Laura Mussc-Ill. . .. . . H . Q . . COIIIIIIIIIPIH 'HHS I'UIIlITlltIf'f' IS Illilflf' up of a l'vprv- llu- mum Illll'l!0Sl' ol IIN' vlulu was Ofglilllllklllibll Q . - . .. . . r ' I SPIISHIIVPS frmn Pavll dlYlSl0Il In the- svlmul. During Q " - . - - A ' 1 1 - vu ' , U . of Hu an SUHIHHS W that m 'ht IM' Var 0 Hg' ilu' Sllflllgl svlnvstvr of 10.523 the zlvvrzlglz' r1'rllu'l1m1 svhuul Ilwy would lu' mnrv l'0ll1pill'l as an group. of wimiows hmkml in eavh division is tm.m,d in. llu- nllu-4-rs prvsulv ovvr il vmlnwll. llw IIIFIIIIYCTS lsmm men, ,.,l,0rtS thc. mm' ,mmlwr of M-i,,d,,w, uf uluir-I1 wvrv vlc-vlvfl lllfillliflll the division romns. l,mk,.,, in HW Wlwol is dt.h,r,ni,w,i- 'Hu' x'z1l'im1s ll1l'IlIlN'I'S In-aflf-fl vnrlllnitlvvs wlmivll TIN- pl-,,',lv living ul-mmd glw 5,-1,001 ,H-I-9 ,-ml. pvrfurrm-fl ronlim' alulivs. luclvd and uskvd to 1-nope-rule uilh us in lcfsse-ning 'Hu' l'lNilN'l'llliUll and uiml giwn tu lllc vlulm Ivy thc uimlms lmrvukagv. FIHFI' rum: llnlllngvl, 'lulpin " Min-ull. Um:-v. .lulull-ml. 51uvuu-vw ' Pvnllnmn. l'1-urll. IW--1 h, I-MI-'mln , lm,s..'n. J Nl'.f.tlNlD Huw: Imvln. Il.-gm, Xlnl r ,u.!,.v.,...., l,.,.n..,.m1, lvxnfan... uma. 1... ..v.., sr,.....m.-u. 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' " I F II, I . . - - - , ' lll'l .' l"llIll ll llt'ill' all ll'ilSl slx lll1llllllS Olll ul l-Hwy yl'ilI'. ""'l'fl1 me lmuill l'l"lfl'1"2l lI'I lINI Ll' I AS H mklq, of uPIm,4.imi0H MI.. Maim. Im,N,lm,d I'Lll'l'lllQl'. l'll'l1IlllllPSS ol Illlllll um 3015. 1N.l my ul 2, ,,,,,yil. U, dll IIN. Slmlvms in the M.hm,l' llll- lrvsl lll lllvlllsvlws illlll 0lllt'l'S. lllvsl- glllz: llllll Vt.,.m,,l j1,lHN,n- l',,,5,'41,.,,,: Munlm IM, Tvwlln lu llN'l'l lllt S Sllll2lll0lIS lll il Wll0ll'S0lIlt' lull. I-ffl'-l'I'l'Sl'l11'lIfI lll-rlllaljnllllsml.Sw'r'vI41ry: l,llcillv lllilfy' M- lzflllllily l"'f'-Wd"l1fi l1U"V1"l'l' l1"W1" Sl'llWill'll. 'Ill4t'llSllft'l'. llulxskl. S4'1'l'l'ftlfj'I lflsil' l.llllllllllSl. 7vI'l'llSIlfl'f. I ,. . , I-'IKIPNI' IUIXY: lx....,l.-lull, x....l.-.. l.l........ -l......l... xl... xl.-l....l lilnlllwll. ll-lllllll. ll., Xlml-l, lull lll... xl. NI,l1l'NIl llmx: ll.a..l, ll..l...l..l... I.:-'ull-vll. l.llllIl1--lg. .llllll-ll. Xlnl'--nl. l 1-lhlllllllu-Ll. Nlll .-ll..l.. l,a...l.,.l.-l, Hllllll HUXX: l..llll-'k.l. Wvllll-. ll.nf lull, ll.ll.llilx. Xllllvlslll, llllllllll-l. Klulllv, I, Nlmllv. X., 1'nllll.ll, ll. "' ' .- 7 5 ,N H .... N: , 1 .LI 51 ,Q E ' k lg. .,,. . .. . FIRST ROW: Slmluwnki, Smnf-, Tuxin. Wvndnrf, Wnhlvru, Zunnla-r, Zivrk. Zur. SHCUNII IUIWH Pvlvru, P4-tvrelun, Rirh lvl. Ruth. Srhafvr, Srhovllrork, Sfhrnm Sn-Jian, Splitt. 'I'IIlRIl HOW: I.aznr-ki, Markprang. Mar u-n-4, Mrllnlw. Milrunilza, Mohl. Muvl- Ivv, Nu-xin-Aki, Umln-if-im. FIRST ROW: Jun-b-vn. ,I-,Im-nn. Kr virky. Knight Knngnrski, Knrsvik. I.al -1-n. B., Lune-n, R.. I.xmn-ll. SECOND RUW: Bufnrnlr. Cllrlemn, Iluu lvllano, Fa-1-nr-y. I"'ri1-I. Fry, lim-rlivli Hagznnn. Hunan-n. TIIIRII ROW: And:-n. Amlwnvn. Ala-x ann. Bm-Iurvxull. II:-llsrhiugn-r. Iilnnxqniel Il.. Iilumqui-t. II.. Bmwn, Ihwclms-r. FIRST ROW': Grill. Ilmllvrl. IInlmIn-ll. II--ss. IIupairIn'r. IInv4-slul. Iuvub-u'll. Kling.-r. SICIIUNII IIUIY: Iiullrnlllmll. Cnmnnlln-y Ilnbmwwki. Iluhl. Durviu. I-Irk. llvrn- hofvr, Gi-mf-r. THIRD ROW: Banzhnf. Hawk, Csrrigun. Bvbak. Rvrllmlml. Ilrunnvr. Chri-liunern. Cullvni. 52 Smith. Spnyefx. Tuhn-ny, Thnm-. Wann-n. -,,-. A . A ' 5 I ' 0' "lfs'l 1 l"lK5'I' ROW: Sanmru. Shusly, Si--nu-n Nl-ICON!! KUW: Muulu-ws. Mum-ink. Nu-wn. Ulm. Pi-kmz. l'n-wnll. Nulnunnf- Nky. Rnlnpl. 'I'lIlKU HOW: Kuwnl-ki, l.ru'an'xl. lalrsnll. I.:-nh-u-x'. I.:-num-I. 1.1-win, I.in4lqui-I. I.un-nz. FIRST ROW: Ulm-n, Urzuluk, Snnnn-IA mn. Sin-rmun. Sill--rly. Vulmin-u. W1--4u-v gn-n. SECOND ROW: Ku-mvr. Lum-4n. Lund- quial, Murl"le'llgc'l, Magna-1, Mn-yrr. N4--u. THIRD HOW: lilxunlrn. lhllkv. lhnrlxpiml. iiulnnnmiu. IM-:np-vy. Iluuc-L, Kin-hhut!. FIRST ROW: Hn-i-1-. llnliun. llurg. K:-n-lull, Ku-ln. I.:-pplu. I,n-ppln. Sl-ICUNII RUN: lfrnwfnnl, lmnga--. llvn- Qlrick-oll. Ilurh. Hrkaluun. Fripnmrk. lin-iz. 'I'llINll RUW: .-Klnlvr-um. Anlkn-re, Ax- nz---. Hu-n-nn. Hirl. lin-ngrumlr-. IIluuwn. ' ""f'Cfj , --.----3 53 .. 9 ll .I ' D I ' l FIRST ROW: Knlhkv. Kunlvr. Klinlu-re. Knnnllmn. Kim-ppl-lin. l,nngn4'r. SHCUNII RUW: Ilunpp. llunswx K:-mp. Kwan 1. Il. llama-n. II., lluueu-n. llulrlu-ws. ,luhnsnn Juliana. .Iuu'lnrlxka'. TIIIRID ROW: Anrlmzyk. Ilin-Aivlln. Clark. lkmlum-i. Ihmlln-. Ilmiru. In-ugh. Iigvlnnnl. lfgv FIRST ROW: Smnv, Vanrvk. Wagm-r. Wimlnw, Williamson. SICCUNII ROW: Svhllmakvr, Srhnslcr, Srhwilk, Slam-lc, Smtvzny, Su-zulrki. THIRD ROW: Marbarh, 0'I.vary, Pivrre, Plula. Rvinvr. Samuelwn. I X51 A . 1-1 -- Ka ' -r. ' ' 'K 1 A Q' , 7 ' . 1 ' rf , . 1, - l"l Q ' FIRST ROW: Smilal, Sprayer, Slazrk I sl. Slankn, Smelting. Van Dr' IIA-yllvn, Wuz " ll ' niak. ' j , SECOND ROW: Nvri, Nowak. Uphe-im 1' .M ' R1-nlman. Rojvr. Srliwvnlllcger, Sm-bor ' - Q5 ' Q Sllallrross. 7'1" .. f mmm Row: Limlstraml. Lulu-s. Mark ' : J. Maggiu. Math-sen, Miller, Nelsvn. Nc-I 1, son. w 5 . as ' A-, I ,il ,- 1' 'N L 'il . ' 1 ,fn ,E Q , I . V- H ,.,V'4','-0 U 1 . J 54 Oflam BETTY GUTHRIE HELENE SLONZAK l9l9-I938 I922-I938 Sn liw, fha! uhvn lhy sumnmus l'Ullll'S lu join Thi' illlllllllffllilil' f'11r111'un. wlzivlz nzvrcs Tn thu! lIIySft'fi0llS rrfuim. 14'hf'rf' vuvh shui! luhr' Ili.: f'lm1nhf'r in Ihr' silvnl hulix of 11'l'1Illl. Thllll gn noi. iilft' Ihr' llllllffy-S1lll'l' ul night. S4'lJlll'gt'd In his dIlIIg1'UVI., hui. SllSfllilIl'l1 and srmlhvcl liy an unfuilvring lrusl. ripprorivh thy gran' l.ihr' nm' who wraps Ihr' drapvry nf his l'1Illl'l1 pllmul him. and livs down In plvusrnzl drvrzms. Y! T11,xNx'1'u1's1S 55 0'll1iia. Ilngiirilus, But-ck. Imviinrlcr, Becker, Landy, Mor UVIJ. Roscnc, Smith, Rv-rh. Woznink. SEVENTEEN Under the artistic direction of the colorful dra- matics coach. Miss Muriel MacKay. the presenta- tion of Booth Tarkington's "Seventeen' was a pro- nounced success. This was reflected in the comment of the Freshman who declared Mit was greatf, to the intellectual. sedate instructor who added enthu- siastically. "Dc-cidedly so. It had not only atmos- Tnii CHAR Mr. Baxter ..,..... ....,... I lenry Wessel Robert Zeller jflfll' Bflllff ...... ..,,..... I rmeline Mongc Florence Kohler ' a Dorothea 0 liar Mrs. B11.1'lf'r ...... ,.,.,..., A Iaine Brandcs llilda Standard liuth llucek Willie Bmfer ,,.,.., ,........ W ilhelm l,evander Anthony Sacco Johnnie Ifalsun .,,..,... ......,. l lohert Smith Myron Wozniak Genesis ......,...,. ........ I Cay Morris Everett Kilhurg May Purrlwr ,,,,4t,, ,,,, ..,, I' I lcanor Koenig Florence Theolvald Marion Moe SYNoi-sis or A1:T lYl.iving room of the Baxter home. Noon, on a .lune day. Am' ll-Living room of the Baxter home. Evening, about two weeks later. ACT lll-Living room of the Baxter home. Evening, in mid- August. phere. hut a polish that is rare. It was the height of high school dramaticsf' The audience enjoyed it immensely. Orchids to you, Miss MacKay. and to your well- selected cast. for this delightful performance. We shall treasure a memory of you and of it! ACT!-QRS Lula Prult ......... ,Inc Bullifz. ,.,.... Mr. Przrrlzcr ............ .......,. George Crupper ......... ..... Mrs. Parcher ..... Miss Hake ..... Mnry Brooks .,..... ...,,,.. W ullze Banks .....,. ......... Seimas Marion U'llri1-n Ligia l'elli-ttieri Betty Lundy liayinond ROSPIIQ' Donald llurst .lack Bognrdus Arthur Becker Arline Bogardns Marie Vlifllllillll lluth Braun Aileen Nelson .Florence Girrutone Arnold Levi-rson Myron Wozniuk ACT lViSl'l'llf' l: l'orr'h of the Purcher home. An evetiinp, in mid-August. Scene ll: Porch of the Parcher home. Twilight-the night of l,oIa's departure. Scene III: Porch and garden of the Parcher home. Later, the same night as in Scene II. me ,.,. . I ' " .9 . ' il " D Q D 58 . . 4. , .,,.., . . , ...... nf.. I 1 . ..., I ' ' . :s::...:s::mmmm:s::r::famass: x Q x a In-nv llisnn Anhui lim-In-1 CHARM SCHOOL A CALA OCCASION! Suvh was the Pl'0ll0lllll't'Ill0Ill ol' lsaculty. Seniors. l.lllllt"l'gI'Zllllli1ll'S and friends after the performances of "Charm School." dirertvd hy Miss Muriel Mac- Kay. l"ort'iuan svorvd its groatvst triumph with the lvrilliant innovation of "Senior Night." now a tradition. llavid Mz'Kiuzim' ,,., .. .liiu SlIlllllilIlS... lim " ' U4-orgv lloyd ...,,,. Austin lla-vans ..., Mr. .lonn-s ......... . l'.uu pkius .,.... CAST OF ...ullllllllltl jones. John Murllszulf ,,.,..,,........,,...,...,,.Rulu'rt Zumlvr ...................,..,.,.,...Ltlwl't'lIl'l' ,lulinxun .,...,,Cz'ur'gf' AIIIIIHVIII. Rulwrl Korsrilf ,,.......-lrlliur Hwkvr, Wilbur Zvlinslw ,.,..HHfI1l'lllIl SllI't'l',x'. Mvrwyn S4'liaf'fe'r luhsn- lla-iwdotli., .. .......,i.,,,,.....,, .-lluim' Bramlvs. Irvin' Ursin The Ii rst evening performance was givvu lnoforf' the crowded auditorium ol' appreciative Sc-niorsg the second vvcniuff ierforuuime was given for the P m llIlClt'l'f1l'ilIlll21lt'S who wore also elated. To ruisquotv Mr. Moses Maier. our genial principal. it was a charming vast tlirectvcl lay a vharmiug coach that I'llBI'IllPd a vharming allclimive with "Charm School." fill.-XR.-Hf'l'l'illS M arjory '..... M urivl ......,. liharloltv .,.... Dotsie ...... Madge ........ Lillian ...,.... .la-zuuw ........ .........W...............,....llIllfglIl1ll'l11' Snzilh llnrntlix' Silllllllf. llornlliv Sl'lIUlSl'll ...............'llllI!' Svflnw. uullllllll Zinlu .......12'l'l'fl'lI lilllllllllll. llluriv l'll'l.l.Kl'lI ,......1,e'unu I,1'xl.'t'. llolwlliy SYPPII' Srliuli. Liu-ilv K1-llv ..,..,.l.ol'vl111 .'ll'1'Il!ll. 1,ort'lIr1 Slriliixlrliwk Miss Curtis... Ht'flltIlliIIt' l'mlrnrmggiu. Ruth Frvnzvl lirhel ....,.. ....,,,,. l 'urn i'llf'lln-rg. lftlwl Illuzflwy tially lloyd ........ ...,, I flernior Kucnig. flrlim' uvHSl1kllhIl Miss llaye .... ,...,.., L !Il't'l'l1l' lx'11r'1'ru. l.nrmint' Mvyur SE'll'l'lNC OF PLAY .M-t 1 Living room of Austin Bevan's Apartment. Art ZZ Library of Fairview School for Girls. :ht 3 151: ll Country Road at Midnight. lS4'. 21 Library of Fairview School for Girls. -:- . .-.ass-. . .,-. , .1f. : :.-. :.: Liss: .:f '- .:---':--- :-:. .::-f - 1 :.: :2: ..-:. ...rf .:. .,:-.: . -. 5 'iii ss-s:'::: .,:.. asm- .:.- X -,.,s '+I-a:a5s::g3Gggs:ey. :..-'. 5 :':t-fshasX'sfi-f:2-1f-.s:::,f--.,,:..-f2:e:f'::-- ...ff li l 5.31 59 ww:-M.-:2.-..s::1:2-.--.-.,..:,.'.:.f,:.:.:.:.- 1 1 ' I4 . I . ' nmamaunnuwtumswumessw-. I I Wuzniuk. Klinkcls, Mix, Kurt-tn. Maru-zulu, Meyer. Kaufman. Muggin. Mr-ru-tlith. Km-n-ling. untl Juli:-mo. "Snow White Suds in the Kingdom of Filth," the Clean-Up campaign play. was one of the hits of the school year. The play was written by Alaine Brandes, of Miss Zeebis creative writing class, with the constructive suggestions of class members. Miss Helen Byrne. Head of the English Depart- ment. made a fine selection of dwarfs from her Freshmen classes. Miss Muriel MacKay, dramatics instructor. furnished the color, atmosphere and polish. Miss Helen Hart, with the aid of Miss La- gorio. Miss Felch and Miss Nelson, was the pro- ducer. With such an array of faculty talent. the play was bound to be good. And the Freshmen. generally ignored in high school dramatics. stole the show! From the time W the Seven Dwarfs sang Heigh Ho and marched across stageg each with pick ax over his left shoul- der and a lantern in his right hand, to the drop of the final curtain when they were joyously turn- ing cart wheels they were the cynosure of all eyes. The dwarfs had a rollicking time and their antics were so funny that the audience laughed and laughed and laughed. Although the play was entertaining. its purpose was primarily instructional. The play was presented to twelve assembly audi- ences and was so royally received that WEDC invited the cast to dramatize it in a half-hour radio broadcast. Snow hire symbolized Foreman High School IIUPPY " Schubert Elementary School Doc Prussing " " Dopey ' Gray Sneezy Reinberg Grumpy Hanson Park " Sleepy Falconer Bashful Foreman 60 Fox, Knrzoi: l.itlln' Rabbit, llnek- nmn: ltig Rub FOREIGN LANGUAGES 0 "So the animals talk French tool" What animals? Two rabbits and a fox. Where? At the Foreign Language Program. And why? lie- eanse they had to talk French. They were found in the pages of a French book in a little story entitled "l.a Queue du Lapin." Shirley liuckman. of Mrs. Bramkamp's division. met them. and liked them so much that she constructed a little play. recounting in two scenes and one act the mis- fortunes of the little rabbit. lf you saw the play. you remember Beverley Becker. of 128. nonchalantly confronting you with the stage props in her arm-one green thermos bottle and one blue lake. tThe lake. by the way. was "created" by Joe Cienuich-and just to be sure that everyone knew it for what it was. it was neatly labeled "l.e l.ac."l After relating the story of the play. lieverley put the lake in its proper place with firmness and dispatch. Do you recall Shirley hopping across the stage -quite the conventional rabbit. except that there Ilapped hehind her a tail of really inaccurate length and fulsome curves? Ted Kaezor. of Division 205. costumed as a fox of sneaky mien. was responsible for the eventual loss of that tail. And it was Doro- thy Krueger. the elockwatehing angry Mama Rabbit of 323. who upbraided him bitterly for his low deed. lnil, Krueger. N THE STAGE That same Assembly was Miss Dyer's Spanish Chorus making its debut. "Fl Ranch Grande." Josephine Goneannon singing the solo. was the high rendered. Miss Lawin's German Chorus sang the folk song. "Jaeger Lebenf' in a warm and charming manner which made one realize why these tunes are so universally beloved. And the round "0h. Wie Wohl is mir am Abendu fairly made the audience want to chime in. Then there was Miss Myer's Latin Group. Those two healthy American tourists. portrayed by Frank Johnson and George Huber, with what healthy appetites they came to table in that Paris restau- rant in the play "ln Gallia." It made more than one sensitive heart in the Foreman audience ache to see poor George unable to get food from that little French waitress 4Lorraine Aniszeuskilg while our able liatinist. Frank. had no difliculty at all in piling high his table. How skillfully he used the kinship between French and Latin all of us know -ffor didnit we see that elegant chicken l"Pullus" to you if you specialize in l.atin-"Portlet" for those of a really French prefereneel. There was an audible sound of appreciation among the Forman- ites when that bird appeared. Yes. the foreign languages did show up well -fon the stage. 61 . 4. ., . . .4 Vl'tNIbIN1Cg XX.---vl. l,f-t.nntl1-1. IH-I4-rf -nn, Xlnnax. 'lla'-. jnltn-nn. Nrlmn- than. XXn1ni.tlt. Lnktw. IM-Lln. I.. Nmith. Nh. U't..nn-n. Nl tlllr- ulhtfn, vt-lnutlt. Int..-I. SHOWBOAT POSTER CLUB 'l'ln- 10:37 Slnmlmal sh-annul into lfurmnan har- Vl'l1m10wr any l'lUl't'Illllll orgzanilatiun ll-1-Is lln' Imr on XlNI'lllltl'l' I7 antl tlmppval anvlmr. AC- pulnlivity urge tlwy svvk tlw Art lk-parlnn'nt. :Ml- vlainn-tl lay 1-rilim-s as lln- In-st sinm- lln- yvarly yum-ml Art slurlvnts num'-I 4-wry clay anal 1-agvrly lll'I'lltll'IlIilIll'l'S tu-rv inaugnralvml. tht- lmut was not clvvots' the-ir talents to In-lp prmnlnm- st-lnml avlivi- 'Pt'l'lllllll'll tu ala-part until it lllltl t-xltiltin-tl llSlL1lPIllS ties. Many Contests. suvll as tln' lflvan-llp llam- at lun altvrntmn and ont- vvt-ning: pt-rl'm'1nanr'vs in paign. l'Pac'c-. l'lirv l'rvwnti1n1. llrnlu-n Wimlnws. mn' N-lnml illl1lll0l'lllHl. anal sm-wral Itl'Tll0l'lllilllf'k'S and Units-cl States Air Mail. arc' vntc-rml lay lln at xarinns llt'lQ1lllNlI'll1HNl sc-lnmls. stuclents. Nlalt-rial antl lalt-nl for lln' Slmwlmal. ll St-niur ln prvvinns smnesters tlmw- murals lm' tln- :unli- 4lNlIlSUI'1'll allair. nas l'1-r'rnil4-cl lrrnn SlllllPlllS turinm stagv were llldilt' anal tllis se-nwstvl' Sllllll'Ill5 lllflbllglll ll svrivs 0llilll1llllUllS. ul' wltivll lllr. Vinvent are fll"SlQ1IllllQI a mural to lw rulltplc-tml fur Nlvnm- tl'lf1mnm' nas tlw jllllglli rial llay. It nunltl ln' ilnlmssilmlt' lo 1-lnmsv tln' must ptlllll' MII 0'llllIlll0l'- MEF lfllllllly- fflf'-SlH'Il-WVSJ lar :wh for tlwy xwrm- all 1-xr-1-Ile-nl. lnlt tht- HIIl1'llPl'- lfls-anorv Yutlnglrwgg. llf1'Sl.!1f'lIf. lll'illlHlll'l'u lIl'HllQllll tln' lmnsv tlmvn vvvry tinw. INI IUIXX: Nunn-', ling-nla, lIlui-- 1.n.. n. 1.1-..... Xlr,1ll.vnn..n. 1,4 1. -zt1lp,N.ut. Klum... tl-n., XI.nqn.n.Ir. xllllNll NIHX: I-.tt--le. lu. ltn.k. Nfl-un. l'nigL::1, Nltnlknn-ki. Xl.-lan' lln. km-gt., max, l.tnn--L, uI..n. lxtxhkx. Illllill ICHNN: l,iniu-lu. IH-lmfnlktn. ltnttknvt, Ittnluunlnan. XMIL. Sul.--. M-nnglnw, X tnnt--u, lnfvnlla--l1.f. Nltn fuk. F I-ln 1. . - D 1 - . . D . . -. . , 62 I 1 .- . 4 5 U. S. AIR MAIL CONTEST Lois lilllllll-l'l'.. of Mrs. Schwartfs division. and a talented art student in Mr. 0'Connor's Advanced Art class, won second award in the contest for the city of Chicago and the State of Illinois. in the United States Air Mail lloster contest. The poster design drawn hy l.ois was an airplane with a can- cellation stamp trailing from the tail of the plane. Congratulations. l,ois and Mr. 0'Connor. NATIONAL PEACE POSTER CONTEST Uni' gifted art stndcnt. llorollly Fry. was one of the thirteen students who won honoralvlc mention in the National Peace Poster contest held in llhila- delphia during April. The competition inclndcd seventeen hundred contestants. representing forty- fonr states. who were divided into three groups. elementary. high school and college. The theme was llcace nhich required an original slogan as well as design.. lfinc work. Dorothy. Foreman is prond of you! . .- .,.. 1- .-'- ' . -1:- -- T ' -. .- ,. .ie ::. , .... - :: .:,..:-: :-: :-- ,.....: :.-.4.,- :..- : 5 :::s offs: .,.. -S..s::..:sa::v ...:::-.. Q - .,::.:..:::,.-.:.i-.-.-s- 63 1 9 '1 A K if I-'IHNI' IUIXI: Sthnh, '4lnn1-.Inu-K Flin-h. His- Kim-kat. lxrllvi, Smith l,t--Is. Nfilt-ts. Sl'It,4rNlt NNW: lhntmnoggio. Rn-h knhn. 'N1.tttht-i, St-hol-rn. Filltltul N14-tln-rg. l'isin. 'tlnntf-nn. Tllllill lttlll: lx mvv' nig, Kurt-in X11-wi. Xrvntlt. Ni'li:u-Ilvx, Stllvrk lout-.. I-'UI RTI! IUIXK: ll..tn-lf-s. Fu-nll It-lin-ki. ll f-1' kvi. Nluin-nk. lioln Zuntle r. DRAMA CLASS BOYS' CHORUS 'l'his liuppy group of stnclvnts agrvr- with Usvar If you hour lonfl and vlear singing :luring the Wilde that "acting is mort' rf-ul than lifcnu whir-h fourth periofl yon know that it is thc- lloys' Uh-1 tht-y flvinonstrutml in thvir flvlightfnl lN'I'li0YlItZlltf'f'S fllnh. This chorus Fonsists of sevvnty lvoys lllltlt'l ol' "St'Yt'llll'l'lt.n anrl ol' nllltilflll Svhoolf' the rlirvvtion ol' Miss lllyrtlv Nvlson. llnilvr tht- tzilviitml fllI'f'f'li0lI ol' lVliss lh'llll'it'l This vhorns sings inany songs snvh as tht Nlur'Kuy. tlrnimitii-s vourli and pnlrlic' slwuking llortlvr lillllllll. Away to Rio. tht' tfaisson Song lIlSll'llt'l0T. thvy inzlsl0l'f'cl not only tht- tvvlniiqnt- illttl will sing pnlnlivly in the Spring lfvstivall. :intl grave' of uvting hut also 1lf'tlltiI'f'tl that inosl lfralnk lllorvlli. l'ra'si1f1'nt5 John lmxsis. l'1'r'fi clillivnlt art '2lllS0l'lhil15j tht- 1-olor ol' lilo and than l'rr's1'd1'r1l: I,1nirf-nw Yun Dt-r Nlm-llvn. S1'l'f1'l!lfY. rm-llv1'ting it on tht- stag:-. .losvph Tolmizlslxi, Trwrlszlrwr: Xlurion Kolwylxzi. alt' llrnvol l'UlIIlIIlllI.Sf. FIRST IUYXK: Nlix. Mont.-ii. Kvny. koi.:-xkn, N1-Imn, lhisko. hlllnun I,f-ms. ltnniillo. NMQHNIU RHXX: 'Vloif-Ili, ltohilst-ln-L lI"K1nllu'x. Znillt-I, Srlnnvmt-he-r, lit-- rivm. Tnilo, lluv-'kt-+. K1-n-hill. Iv-- nnit. thu-ML. l'IllItID KHXX: lin-i-I.-1.'I'oIuin-ki. Vw-I mnlon. Nannm--, I xsin, Wilson Lulu..-lx. II'-nu, ltiunzm. IH-.Ii-1-vn I-HI lilll HUKX: 'tlntln--l.. N-l.un-It-I tlhiv., l,v.Ini-kt-x, John-on. Svlnn--I nv, Vlniuu. ll.-iw, llsnning. l,t-tin -ki. llrn-on - - . ...., . 1 - V 4.2: ':,5-A-31, :---:-:..:::z.::..,....-ew t.:i..:-i-a:a:s::::::.":s-'-::::,.g5a::.vt:i::::-:I-Isn,..' .1 - .- .- , - - , , 64 I 1 1 MIXED CHORUS The Nlixctl tlliorus. untler the ahle direction of Miss Myrtle lNelson organized recently. 'lllle Mixed Chorus participates annually in the 1-ity-wide high school contest and also willingly and artistically takes part in many of the school programs and aetivities. 'l'etl liaezar. l,I't'SI'dl'lIlI llohert Young. V1'cf'- l'n-siflwrl: Frances Wollsclilaeger. Secreturyg Ken- neth lletlnioncl. 7ll'l'lISllf't'f': llhyliss Duplain, fle- vorrzprrrlisl. 1-ucsl mmf ll..t.-.t.,1. lt.-A.-ti.-tt. Iwi.. m:1.-.-...i., 1v.....i.t.....ti. xn.. m.-l...t., Na.-N, ltuput-L, K.-nm., n.-. it.-..t.-...A..'. .x.t..u.., xi...a.t.ti. rin.-L mill, 5l'llf1lNll HOW: Scllulu. W it-tltm. tin-gory. lunilt. llovn, tIumining, Zi'-ik. llu lllvuil, Smith, 'Nlig4l.ilx'lf.. Svitn, Sallu-lson, l.:-i---ling, lluu-lvls mn. .hull-iwon, llliirh, Srvplxvn-on. o 1.n..ly. 'I'IllIill litlwlz l.ip-Aki, 5tvin.4l'llrlrll. Km:-un, tlieslnk. llyltatrn-usltxl. Hen .l.,.t, sr.-,.t.,wiLi. lr..mi,f.....Li. unit. mu, l'lutu, l'ltul:u, 111-IL. ll:-Xos. lwunxulx. Sy--htu. Nu-l-nn. lftllllfllll RUXY: Spin. lffltslluvvl. til-on. Smnnlu-ug. Jaitrmilt. ill-on. lltlell, lull. l"1'1un-lo. Xllrn. llni-1. I-4-it. st.-not-.-I., l.t..ltta,1, t1.,tt.l,.-t, l4'Il"l'll now: xml., xxigt..-.. st.-s..1,1.t.1r. twin., n..t,.,u. lm.-... U'I.t-.ns, 1..-,.,.1.., I..-WI... lv.-'1'..lt.. Srlnuillt. 11.-ll, 4:1...t... l,...,.-.t.1.i, ai .L I 'F lump, N1-I-nn. Huy. lhmgmli-, Mn- ' ni-on. .l:nl:n'h. Cu-t--Ilanm. xx.-gl. 1....ta,1, um.-I.. J...-..1,,, s..-W. XNln-'-lvr. .Im-ol:-on. tlskni, thnmuh. llauuntl. tio-.-lt, I.--mn:-lou-ki, Woll- .rlilan-gel. lull--.--n. l.:nlsou. V l"ll"'l'll KIRK: Winn-iuski, XX.u-elm-I, 1s......m.n. lt.-.l...t.,..l. u......-, Km..-1, l.s,.,,., wt.-,. Y...mg. l'..t,.1. latin..-H, an Rupp, lflvitaux. THE GIRLS' CHORUS when the lIl9lOtllUllS notes ring out clearly throughout the school each tlay. one knows that the Girls' Chorus. uncler the almle supervision of Miss Myrtle Nelson. is in session. The Chorus participates in high school contests and takes part in our school assemblies. special performances and the Spring Festival. Dorothy Brunner. l'reside'11t: Kathyleen Flynn. l'ivf'-l'res1'der1l: Helen Niess. Secretary: Marilyn Harllantl. Treflsurzfr. 'Q if .. - - , .H - .N M ""' i: 65 l rutsr now: 4p..1.-...tm J...-lt.-I, F nm. I'r--M, l1..,.1t.at.. ma..-.i., nin- Slftfllxll Hliwlz Sclilikull, Srlllurlzl, lnziut-r, llvrnurslti. ll.tnn:n. S:-cor, lulnlonslti. Ve-ey. Jzlllkouski. Smit-- mn. P.-nm. tl.-nlilv. tin-en. Q Tllllill HOW: l":tlin:u, llillnxin. Ynrl 3 lrrongll. 'l'ulurr, Stluelwl. Kupvzyk, 2 trim-igh. Nlawui. xx.-li.-t, JU, 1:.-att. 3 lm,1,,l.lo.. ll.,.t..o.. Y.-at. sm...-lt. l-'tll'll'l'll HUXX: 'l'l:t-lu-r. llvitlw-ll. Nlt'li.n', Suunson, lulnoslti. Kucuur. l'iKtlN'I' HUXY: llug-sirk1'r. llunin-ls, Vs--ntllantl. N--ss. Cnrtln-s. -hthnrs, St-hm-rtlifvgv-1, Crawford, llumm-ch. Tunini. Kalnivk. Kms-gel. H:-ll:-r. f Srhnltz. Lutlmig. Stu-ek, lituwa. . Ftann-, llalou-1-lm, Fngli-h. Fl'iIfU'XlY ROW: Hyun. Nllilinski. .lullu-. .lv'lu'm'galy. T'm'iliu. W'hit1'fnul. Fry. K:-int-r. Kurt--. Tru:-. Ros-. Novak. Wilson. Tunnvry. llugmnlv. 'l'ilirl'u'. llnrr. liluno. Wyknski. ffvlf wnk:i. lxuuhuun.l.l1ris:i..fupl,Rn-nl. TIIIKID HOV: ,lt-tm-nn. Iluimun. Xtiult-hrun. 'Stas-. Kun-1. M-4-mmlt, Ku--rhr. Smwu. lftll'HTll HOW: Sotln-ky. Nlnggin. lt.-manly. Riu-lm-r. Nh-n-tlith. Grill' lnrg. Nntlmlyk. Sliullrrus-. Knstyui- ak, Norman. tlntt. 'ylintlun.ki. livin- utn. Britain:-. l.untlqui-1. Sit-Intl. It.-yt-1-, Smnko, Sptnh. Numk. Sums- ..-r. Blu.. BAND ORCHESTRA The lforeman lland eonsists of ahout seventy The Foreman Orchestra of thirty players relleets lvoys and thirty girls. The Advanced liand has a steady improvement in tonal halauee and musician- repertory ol' good eoneert music. and prepared the "Calif of liagzdadu hy lioieldieu. and "l7aekeltanz" lay fVleyerheer. for the 1938 annual hand contest. This unit also participated in the Foreman music festival. and for the Memorial Day assembly. The Intermediate and Beginning Hands have shown improvement. and their memhers are ready for advancement. Kirht:-r, S c'ur vm. Hyun. llmvsn. lfrll, K ltr-.t.-mt, x.'1...n. Z.-tina,-. iit.pmt..1, Untlrririli, J.. Zunnll-r. Sosrliun. john- 1-nn.l'frirssori Cruwforrl Olsen Mu- lnnskn. 1. svt. pa-r, lhskm, thulr'-1rin.l'... Ilnwnnl. Cal-tuili Reid. Lunvlmun. Pi,-rorz. llnnliltun. tiullantl, l'llirli, Van :'n' L. ship. They participated in the 1933 annual orehes- tra eontest. playing the overtures "NIaritana" hy Wallaee. and "Mireille" hy Counod. The Ureheslra also participated in the Foreman musie festival and played for various assemblies and entertainments. A system of rotation devised by Capt. Guy Reid. l"oreman's instrumental instructor. has elfeeted uniformity of lvowing. and improved the violin sections. il fl 'ups ' H g. 3 ' ,W 66 t. N tn I Lf, . ,L Z Tsar: : 5 gg - :.- 3, 1. :'.i 3 W . -. 1 -I t, .L . t ss PARENT-TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION The Parent-Teachers' Association has become an integral part of Foreman High School under the leadership of Mrs. P. K. Vergot. President. Appre- ciation is also extended to the Chairman of the Membership Committee. Mrs. K. U. Schwerdtfeger. mother of our illustrious Editor-in-Chief. for doubling the membership during the past year. Among the noteworthy achievements of this group was their whole-hearted co-operation in making our Upen House a huge success, and their presentation of the beautiful illuminated globe to the library. They are now supporting the Spring Music Festival. IIUI IUNI ROW: Il:-rtcliiligvl. Uls--u. ilu-lrumwo, Asn-men, Niin-In-ll, Mi.. llu-in-Ilo, I'vrn-n-lku. ling--rski, Sn-- wm, Iwlrmvnggio, II-'lt-nvn, tjnm- lnum. SICIIIINII IIUXK: lihnu-k. Niillcr Wu:--4, tim-.-, Mill:-r. .hui-nw-ki Mum-nst-n, lfulums, lurk:-. Mille- xillv. Wnhl. Youngh--ig, Nlurl:-ns. 'I'0I' IIUW: Mvlvnlilli, Sosilian. Srlihvf pt-I, Hrnlu-grin, 'I'nuuv-uv. Svlnwrhl- tvgvl, Iluln-I, Ianni:-ki. llmptu. Smith. Yilulml, I.llm'. IIl'nlu'l, Kllighl, I'ilL. II'-in--u. X IISI'lN'l'I-1I'IS: Nl:wpl.illp1. 'NI--llnlw. Ins P. T. A. NATIONAL HONOR The Foreman Chapter of the National Honor Society is under the guidance of Miss Costello for the purpose of promoting better scholarship. lead- ership. service. and character. A recent undertaking of this club was the organization of the Honor Club for the under- graduates. First Semester: Henry Wvessel. l,l'!'SI.d4'Il1Q Wil- helm Levander, Vice-Presidenlg Iflaine Johnson. Secrefaryg Warren Peterson. Treasurer. Second Semester: Ulrich Schwerdtfeger. Presi- dent: Alice Ulsen. Vlilfl'-l'fl'.9l'dt'llf: Arline Mille- ville. Sffcrrlllry: Dorothy Miller. Tl'l'lISl.ll'l'f. . - 'I .,,,,. ' -' f X, T" M. SL... si TIT - -V, ,V 1 1 ' ggi-g,!--,nz ,li : -g.-Y:. -- 1 gg Mfr, 7 . , W Y.-,f V., . -1,7-2 ,. b, --. 1' " 1 r ' - ' , N ,. Fi. . A ,nts urs, . ,f, Thi.. - 1 gf 1 ,N ,.4.. hffif. 1 -fl.l . , .f nv- .. rl , V Q.. , O, 1 . 1 ' 1 -1 . ' L. F- - 5, , , -I f, .,.:, , mx un- ,., la Iv- . -, fd'-:-Mgr. r -v - qu, ff! 1211 . k'1f'?!fA -,JW - JW. ,d. as .1-,aiu V - - 5" 1 1121-iw, " , -' N5 ,.,--Lp. . 7-53 2-If L Q , Y, ..." - 1 - x 1 K Eldqm -Q '5 1 QA.. 1, ,,.- . W I . - ,Hu .xM.,3, .,- , wr i-:1!.':sfl! V ,ff -. 1 ." .im Y Y' , . , ,z k...,,..,,A A gf, Us 5 3-Shi . ' ' J' ,4 -4 A ,.,..-- ,, V.. ,,,. . . 1 .'r',-Q 'f Q 4. 1 ,. 1 - J . A A ,lf I ' -, .L w..A.,, 1, 5 ,-- A+ 7, ,H 's-3.,,.-- u 'e' -Jw ,, na. H A. 1' . .k",.,.r AH' .wk 'Q ,lt ' -'1 It 1.-y,-1.5 il, 2 1- 7 :, 1' , .1 .,,q . E- 21' .f I ,gl ,a 'V , 4 .QTW1 fxg ,. H -g ,, mw- IT -L- I , 4' I '...i::? "" 1 . ,: .i:"' C.I.C. lVlernhership in the Civic Industrial liluh is open to every pupil at Foreman. A representative and an alternate. elected hy the memhers in each division. convey suggestions of the student hotly concerning school policies. The C.l.lI.. which aims to train for leadership and for practical citizenship. sponsors school dances and several assembly programs. the annual lllll'l'llNl HUXY: Scuxlu, Nm-xcn Nnwnlui-ki. 'l':unln. Nlurilux l'--lvl sun, Nils, Knlnm, Wii-tvrl. Ni:-lsull, Iluu-I--l,Xm1tlvu llu-l-It-n. Simi-Iinu-. SHIUNID MIN.: F.-vm-y, Sui-rum. Knutltmn. ll.-nip-4-x, 'll--tell. Krug:-I. llrum, 51----I-. igmim-I. Will.-y, 110 mm. lyme. 'IHIKIJ HOV: tnillmiglil. l-I-l--n Uunlhuf, Nllvn, llizicki, llmtl---, U. I-'n---n. Syw-Iseli. liillinghuni, Vlun, Kvwlxi--ki, llinunln-un-, Sfliwilk. I-on urn rum: um., 1:i..1.t.-....... I-.a......., im..-,., K.-.-1,-1, x1....,....t.l1 x.-u...,., ml..-i.. ri.-L.t...m, s.-u 'I'ilnv-. lil.-kk. If.tI1un-. 'l'lll' NUXX: Il.mIf-v, 'Ku-lt-I-nn. John mn. llunh. Lliu-Iuumwki, I'mntl--r Jin.-In-. Knight. Ili--k--nt. tml:-n Avihnu-ki. lt--int-1. Il., li.-in--r, S Fptni-ul Xli.. ll.nll. 5i'i'Yl'l'ill: I.:-xi-run, lvllcl, l., l,nr- .un. luhn-un. rlnsi' mme n.,..-.t..1, st..um..n ix.-.m..m. s,......1.., 'x...1.-.., sum.-..--, s.-imalk, R.-at..-f, 'iu......., u"r....i.-. SHtI0'Nll ROW: ll:-ll. Ku---un, 1-2-In-n. ll. l.:u-nn. U-in-nstm. hu---l--, S.-v. Inllh. Ftvvvlx-. l.ultlllL. l.yrlI. THIRD RUXN: lin-rinslti, ll. Nt-I-um, lfmnticv. liivkerl. I'-Att-unit, Wm-wl, xi. x.-1....., K.-...,..-, tm.-n, Clean-Up campaign. parties. basketball games. and welcomes incoming students. First Semester: Bob Zeller. President: Arnold Leverson. Vice-Presidenlg Elaine Johnson. Secre- laryg Lorene Larson. Treasurer: Mrs. Hamm. Sponsor. Second Semester: Allan Peterson. President: Al Wistert. Vice-Presidenlg Eunice Nielson. Secretary: Ruth Marine. Treasurer: Miss Hart. Sponsor. n - f,m.:, ,:Qa-.+f..-.::::3.::..1.mfs.. -ff' -313,121-'QQ El : Q.:5f:..,.':g:eg'.a:.agiw,,.:1 -1:-:2:,:f-:Q.r1'-'-af":-f--fre-. V- - o "1 - 1 . -L lr 'lt' "zz:--'z : I If-'vt i .. . .... .. .... ..., N , - .Q -. . . as PERSONNEL CLUB 'I'Itt- l,t'l'S0lltlt'l tilnh, sponsorvfl lay Miss lllatrit' llztrkins. lwutl ol' tht' l'vrsonnt'l llc-piirttnvnt. or- gunizvtl for tht- pnrpost- of assisting in the atrhnin- istration ol' tht' l'0rsonnc-l oflivv. Since- thc work is vxavting anti rvqnirvs at high tlt'gre'0 of ill'l'lll'ill'y. only stntlvnts of Oxcvllvnt standing art' chosen. Tlwst' clnh nwniht-rs tile. type: Flo nm'f'ssary mimv- ograpli work. mark and ret-ortl tests. and any other work which 114-1-oinpanics an ollic-0 routine. For this st-1'vit'v lhvy art' gratntvrl honor points or ollicv pratt'tit't' vrvtlit. l,ilyz1n tizilanis. l'rvsia1'z'r1l: Ninn-y l"olf'y. lift'- l,l'l'SI.tlt'IIfI Marion liopvykat. S1't'f4'fllfyI llnth lh'vnkt-. 7lft'tlS1lff'l'. l'Ilt5'I' IUINX: lla-rt-.rhingv-1, link lilnkn. 'lliss llznkins. fi.t-ltr-notu xtttmtt. tflhirxt. SIZCUXID HUXYZ 'Nouztknu-ki. lliuv niuk. tlhtlu-k. llnuni-I. llountfl Smith. 'Nr-N. lhnx. llllltll ltltll: Nl--t,.tlw. Nlillfr hun-. Hunk:-. llinfttkt-, Pnl.-y. LIBRARY STAFF uhxillill-S Ll gootl hook ifu willi'I't" atv tht- short story luooks'fu 'Flu ls my lihrary curtl lwrvf lihrary assistants HIISXNPI' vatvlt tlay. llvsirlvs tlwsv. they vliargf' and clisvliurglc' hooks untl inztgazinvs. rlistrihutv lihrary ztrhnit slips vztrh pvriotl. matt-li the rf'f0rt't1t't' hooks, :intl lu-lp Sllllll'lllS. llntlm' tht' t'ar0fnl snpvrvision of llliss liulivy tlw lihrary stall' of ovvr tttt't1ty-tiw rvztrly untl willing hoys anti girls svrvt' l'ltlI't'lIlillllll'S throtlgh- ont tht- day. llU'l"l'0Nl HOW: l'u1'illio, ltttrtholtl, llnutt, NN:-ii, Vlis- Fnlt--5, Spun-I lmnis, No.4-n.kl. llllll7l,l'i HULY: l'l1'illr-I, lxrnr-gt-1, lil., l'1'lkunski. Nvlson. Nl., VIA!- inv, Nortlnll. Won-. Stan-lting. Till' ROW: Knight. lirk. Fuuiison, Smith, Wnttvnlvtllg, Nvlson. lf., l.us, Klnt-gt-r, ll. -X. 71 'sc' queries art- some ot tht- qnvstions slnclvnt I- Q 1 A FOREMAN UAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief. ULRICH SCHWERDTFECER JUNE WII.I.I-IM VIZARD, editor AURIUIJ-I XWRZES MARION CROEN I.l-ITTY MEREIIITH DOROTHY HAwI.EY DOROTHY MILLER ROBERT KORSVIK ARTHUR HENKI-II, ELEANORE YOIINGBERG HELEN HNATT LUcII.I.E LAEER CATIIERINI-I DISKIN ALICE 0I.sEN CHARLES CZAPAR AI,I.AN PETERSON VERNON SCHOCK CI.,uII:NcE Sw,xNsON RUTH IWARINIC ARI.INI-: M1I,I.EvII.I,E CORINNE KOLBI-3 Literary Adviser, FRIEDA B. ZEEB MILDRED BORCHERS ERMINIA MAGISTRELLI ROBERT YOUNG WYILBUR NIELSON ISABELLE SI.OuKowsIc1 MILDRED NELSON o FEBRUARY SHIRLEY STOCKSETH, editor WARREN PETERSON MAXINE SABEY ROBERT SMITH SHIRLEY KORTERUD ARLINE GREGERSEN BERENICE GRAMITH BUSINESS DEPARTMENT MR. TEUSCHER. Adviser THEO. HURSH Managers IRENE MARTI-:NSEN CATHERINE UNCERO LOIS NIEKOM LEIGHTON PROEI-'ITT RICHARD SRAJA GEORGE SILBERT . - 72 'I - - - M SHN'I'I'1Il: Hrnnnlv-, timvn, llnwlm. Millmillr, Iliskin. Yonnghrrg. l.nurr. Marine, Nvl-on. Miller, Slorllumslti. Men-tlitli. llnutt. l tztzwriia: st...-it..-th. s.-h..f..uf.-K--1. S'l'ANDlNtl: Peterson. Mnrlenuen. Mis-4 Zveb. Kollw, Borrhers. Mngie- trelli, Wrzrs, Nielson. Kurs-vile. Sila ' bm, skuju, mam. smn...n, viz. arxl, Srhoclt, Cznpur. Ulnen. FOREMANUAL STAFF With a sigh of mingled relief and regret wc William Vizard. "Bill" to us. liditor-in-Chief of cover the typewriter. push hack the paste jar and the Foreman News and President of the June class. scissors. and toss the hlue pencil into ohlivion. was editor for his group. lfxperienced. dependable. Our task. annoying and yet pleasant. is over. The resourcefulfa wealth of ideasH-we deferred to his distant lnnn of the roaring presses is a rhapsody that plunges us into reverie. Another milestone is passed and the Stall has recorded l"oreman's joys and triumphs within the pages of the annual. The esprit de corps of the Staff was enviahlel Criticism. advice. suggestions. rihhing. razzing. hanter and repartee were given good-naturedly and accepted likewise. lllrich Sehwerdtfeger. selected hy the literary adviser as i'lditor-in-Chief. well merited that honor. Ile proved a scholar. a gentleman and an artist. lle worked untiringly. The running heads and the lootlines. as well as the divisional pages. are testi- mony of his artistic ahility. Quiet. modest and ahle. he was the ballast l-or the Stall. Shirley Stoekseth was the capahle editor for the l"ehrnary graduates. Unfortunately the mid-year class did not have much to do. as we were uncertain whether or not there would he a Foremannal this year. judgment in matters of arrangement. layouts. type. etc. Pileanore Youngberg. Valedictorian, Arline Milleville. Corinne Kolhe. SH, and lfrminia Magis- trelli. 4-Ii. proved their calihre with their invaluable services. They had charge of those annoying and exacting details which make or mar an annual. Their task. too. was that of taetfully prodding dilatory contrihutors. Space forhids our mentioning each memher and the part he played in editing the l938 Foremanual. Sullice to say. one thought dominated each mem- her: to produce the hest Foremanual possihle. Fourteen out of twenty-live Seniors on the Stall are National Honor students. including the Vale- dictorian and the Salutatarian. two are Class Olli- eers lldresident and Treasurerlg and eleven were voted 'inotahlesv hy their fellow classmates. What a Stall! -Zami It I :gl l,.,iI1t3,..l Ld .lil at : x aae : : I l 1 -k I t 1 F 0 R E M A N N E W S "Copy lmyl Copy hwy!" Such is the cry heard in eu-rv newspaper ollive during the hustle and hustle ol' nu-eling the- deadline. Sounds. not unlike these. are hoard in tlu- ollive ol' the Fllfflllllll N1?u's when it heroines time to "put the paper to hed." Ill-1-uusv vllieivm-y is the keynote. the News has always come out on time. a record of which the stall' may he justly proud. ly1f.'lol.xflll'f.fl,'r'l .,,,. . IItl'l'TtlXI IIUW: Kultguvshl. Slvvlv. Iullnsun. I.:u-rn. Sli.. II'-iz--u. IIv'rl -rhingvr. IK4'-fh. I.uznn-l.i. SI'1lIONIb IUIIY: WIifImn. Ilwnsll I'ml'Iitt, Nlillvi. IX.-gl, Tsilun, Nh-i--, IIuI.lr:lIv. TOP ROW: Ilhn-il. Srluw-nlllv-gn-I. Whit:-, P1-In-I-. tfluistin-, hui-zt-u-Aki, Frivl, Roth. From the reportr'r's note-hook to the printed paper. it is an all-student pulwlit-ation. Students write it. students sell. and students huy it. The stall is responsihlc for the securing of the information. writing it up in newspaper style. headlining. care-- lul copy-reading. pasting of the dummy. etv. In fact the News might he called a scale model of any metropolitan paper. with its Cartoons. crossword puzzles. features eolumns. sports and up-to-than minute news. EDITORIAL STAFF Xlwum Vumwlmi Wu.x.lM1 Ylmium l.sl l'ugv lz'fli1ur, ,, .,S'l'ANI,I-,Y Ima' 2111! l'u,uf- I'.'flmu,,, ,..,.,. vI',li4YNlt A lI'lAwmx Stn! lhigw lffflllvl . ,,,,,. Nmuuzlrl Swuiu Sllull-A lfflimf . . ..,,, IIIIARIIIS lll'1Rt'IINkA .IIIIIYIHIIII l'fllI'I1N', .,,,,,, NUIIIIIIIIT SMITH I .1 DIIIIAI x ll 'X x lillull sm .IAM-1 'IIll.l.I.It ll f.'r:nn'.x llvr: Tfwlf TM-A ',,. Top Hill X' ff MIIC liICl'UR'I'lClIS A 'XTIIIINY 'Muon luuun' IVIIITII tItll.llNINlS'I'S ' ull-ZSSIQI. N St nur: num ,louxsow N l.l 1, Wozxmx lllmtxum 1Illl.Xll4'.S ,,.,., ,,.. llmmzl. X ltormn REPORTHIIS RIIIII-1R'I' KURSYIK YHRNHN S1 Am. 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TIIIRII RUM: I,u-t. 'l'unnc:v. l.:u- -en. Paul-nn. lftumm. tim... Janin- .ki. Hun--tal. Cumming-. Wvpgl. Ilugmun. FllI'R'I'll ROW: Smith. Nh-I.uughlin. ifuglish. llutnmu-r, 'Hu-ts, llnhcv. llanek. Xlin-he-Il. It-uh. tlnnl-In-Il. THE MATH CLUB The Mathematics Club attracts students inter- ested in the more unusual and interesting phases of mathematics which are not generally presented in the classroom. One business and one social meeting are held each month. The program for each meeting is planned by one of the four group leaders and his committee. Ulhcers: First Semester: Wilbur Zelinsky, l'rest'denI: Rob- ert Hammer. l"iee-l'residenl: lfileen Dempsey. Sec- POSTER CONTES Foreman has again been asked to display some ol' the fine work done by the students in mathe- matics. About l2 posters were sent down to the 9th lloor of Mandel llrothers. where they are on display with posters from other Chicago schools. retaryg George Huber. Treasurer: Stanley liuc. Sgt.-ut-.4rms. Second Semester: Wilbur Zelinsky. President: Ulrich Schwerdtfeger. IXVIDIV'-I'ff'Sl'dl'lIfI lfileen Dempsey, Secretary: Edgar Friman. Treas- urer: Charles Czapar. Sgt.-at-,4rm.s. Group Leaders: First Semester: Tom Mass. llor- othy Sundene. Glen Wehl. Robert Hammer. Sec- ond Semester: Jeanne Jasinski. Stanley Luc. lfvelyn Roth. George Tannery. Sponsors: Miss Kinderman and lVliss Hart. T IN MATHEMATICS Many line posters came in after May 9. However. we plan. at Foreman. a poster exhibit of the work on hand the last of May. Mr. ,lenkins is in charge of this contest. 76 a In THAT MATH EXHIBIT 'l'he lVlathematics Department has set the pace at Foreman! Last fall the faculty members of that versatile department looked for a goal of unusual and dilli- cult attainment and then set out courageously and wisely to achieve it. So successful were they in their bold venture that the l'lanetarium. criterion of science, heard the plaudits of seasoned mathe- maticians and urged lforeman to submit its exhibi- tion. originally intended only for Open House. to all lfhicagoans. Consequently we accepted the in- vitation to place our exhibit in a choice location at the Planetarium. where part of the elaborate exhibit is shown in the above picture. So enthusi- astic was its reception hy the public that the Planetarium has again requested us to exhibit a portion of it for the benefit of the summer visitors. Space forbids a detailed report so. dear reader. you must he content with a rtnming picture of the highlights with which all Foremanites and news- paper rcporters are familiar. lVlost popular of the exhibits was a title belong- ing to an electric questiomnaire in the form of a map. Names and short biographies of the great mathematicians of the world were displayed geo- graphically on it and formed the instructive side of this popular exhibit. Posters. decorative and instructive. provided an cllicctive background. lfveryday uses of mathemat- ics was the theme of most of them. Designs filled ing in nooks and crannies their mathematical pro- portions and color relations pleased the eye. "Balancing the leaves of the new Outer Drive bridge with counterweights was a complicated en- gineering job but the calculations for it were made with a simple algebra formula used daily by high school mathematics students. This is shown by a model of the bridge built to scale and charts pre- pared by the students of the Foreman High School . . began one Tribune article concern- ing our exhibit. Notebooks and more notebooks. neat and com- plete. were filled with samples of the grade of work done here at lforeman. Models of mathemati- cal machines. namely an angle hisector. a tri- sector. an abacus. a pantograph. and a set of proportional dividers had their case together with some small models of geometric solids and planes. Some of the other projects were a scroll eight feet long. or wings of tangents and angles as found in astronomy. mathematics in doilies, towels, and quilt patterns. and an electric lamp together with a series of cards containing the formulae neces- sary to construct it. To complete the picture. Father Mathematics appearedsat least in an original design for a mural done by Ulrich Schwerdtfeger. Student chairman of the exhibit was Norbert Smith. whose outstanding assistants were lfugene Dabrowski. Charles Czapar. Ulrich Schwerdtfeger. Violet-lVlae Boyce. and Margaret Hageman. e N :Nlbb 1: QQZQQIQ '.'.b,t..::: S Mmm,-:mziszz ,,t,b:k: 1 QIQ :z--:' ",,-::-',---:--: N:-: .:....1:, 5 ::...:: ,... ..... I ....g 2 5c.s:s::ss:ef ...s ,.q: w ,,,, .. 77 U.. 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XX:u--li- im. l.ax--ui, Linn-u.ln--fn. ll---lil-I ln li N Inn Ili ln: Ilnn ix Klan lv . ,il-.. . 4 f. l.ll.rll. l'l-illvz, lu-I-im GERMAN CLUB SOCIETAS LATINA 'l'ln- Um-rinan iilnlm is organizcml to give the sln- 'lilnl Snr-ivtas Latina. or lln' l.alin lllnli. has ln-on clvnls nl' llni iitxflllilll vlassvs an nppnrlnnily lo nwel 0l'Q2lllilQ'll lm' lllrvv years. lxll'llllbt'l'SlllIl is opln In for vnjoynivnl. ll nwvls lln' lirst and Illini Momlays all pupils wlni liaw slnclivfl l,alin lm' lun yvars ol' lln' llliilllll in llnoin 330. llllll1'l' lln' spunsorsliip anml lliosv wlio are' in tlnf mlvparlnn'nl. lllvm-lings an of Miss l,axxin. lilHlllIllllt'l'S arm- in vliargv ol all lls ln-lil vwry Inn we-4-ks anil lln' linn' is spc-nl nn avlivilivs. formal progralns. gannls. anal l'l'lil'l'Sllllll'lllS. liallivrinv lfrle. l'rf's1'z1'f-Ill: Afllllll' livc-lwr. ,vl'l'l'- 'lwlll' ullivvrs. nann-cl alter Iln- nllivials nl lln lII't'SilIt'IIfI l"a'rn ll'lc'lialw. S1-f'rf'I11rji': llomtlly linnv. lioman rvpnlrliv. are as linllmxs: Willlnr fvlinsky ,I'l'4'lI.YIl rwr. anal lilnnzellv lllilvlivll. f,iUII.YlIl5.f l'ix'1-lyn llnlll CIIIIIUSIUFI janv 1.1-mis. Sl'fl'I11'j jnlin Qnialml .nnl Will iam limfpkv. l.I.l'fl lltll"ll1lXl MDW: Yxnfiiiak. llnl.n.ll-4. l.1-ui-, I1-lin-ln. 'llin Kimi-I. Nlil- vln-ll, Ilullu, Miiv:-u-ki. lluvu-, 5l'ilfUNll IUHXZ linlln-l. flilnzlxln-ulrl llingnnlil, Slivininn, l,n1'l.uk. Falnnvl -un. lxvn-llill. ,ln.u'L-. km-pk.-. 'l'llIllIl NUW : lflllixluplivlnnl. lilunu. ll'l.1-nu. Nunn. lfn--. llilllllglmln. Lnnllwl, thnx, l,ui-rn, Nllllllll NHXX: llq-in-l,l-Bnnl-l.llnnx. lint:-nmn, klanimll. Xll:--i-, Muni-i-ll Nl-I-nn. Inll. I'1u-I-.nn 3 5 . -:Mwwm gf, 4. n - ...W .... - ...N-,.l:.... 5 ..... . . .... " .- ::: 1-m ho -me A lui i 2 X,-. rw , av .,A. . Z O O L 0 G Y C L U B 'I'In- Zoology liluh. sponsorvd hy Mrs. Vorisvk 1-onsists ol' studvnts who haw had or are taking liiology this svnwstvr. 'llhv vluh lllf't'lS on the lirst and third 'l'uQ-sdays ol' tlw nionlh. Svivntilic pro- grams. dt-monstrations. lihns and slidvs and sovial parties makv up our programs. In the early fall and latt' spring the vluln goes out to the l"orc-st l,l't'St'I'Xt'S on hike-s. "Naturt- Outdoors" is our slogan. 'Nlozt-lh' Nlilvllvll. l'r1'sir1e'l1l: llvrnirc' Cross. lim'- lll'I'Sl.ll1'fl,: Alllll' l5ul'orah'. Sl'l'fl'lIlfYI Virginia Wahl. 7lI'1'lI.YIII'l'I'. Nl.Kll'.ll: larva, Lal.,-ki. Nqlioll. Ixvur. Mttou-. lmlnow-Lt. 5'l'KNllINt,: lhinkv. llonnnm ltolh. N1ilrh.-ll. Ilalu-lm. Nh-it-.Iilh. Xl:-4. Xoxlsvlt. liulalulv, Mio... I-Ina--. Lulnlluan. Vain-n. Nu-i--, Wahl. Cai. iigan, Hiirltnlalni. Zuilxrki. lfguu, Lourannon. Xloou-. llox---tal. BIOLOGY LABORATORY Tht- Biology Laboratory under the supervision of Mrs. Matildv Yorisvk has hrought the- outdoors indoors. Below. Susie: the vluvk who liatt'l1c'd thrt-0 vliicks: Nlickey and Minnie. the white- rats who rt-arvd two families: "Snow-white." the white- guinva pig: "Usinosis." the hrown ffuinva riff with two voun-1' I' T' . P horn in tht' lahoratory: turtles. frogs. salamandm-rs. rraylish. slit-klehavks. guppivs. goldfish. watvr hya- vinths. and pottvd plants. tall-un. K-lawns, Ilntkunann. Itnhn-1. .nal ll ... 9 1 , . , V - . -1.5: .- '.'.z -'E:s25:1-2'-:-'rr5":lf','i',i'-' 3 .. .:sa.,.:..-:s--:sf.a:1.:.1.:::':.-fs.-:Ms-,..i.,,-H .5 . - Htl ' . At. I L, I-I ..., i , , .. f N 1 , 'J :,l "gl Q. . . X Q. Q I1 X Q vxw1sa:sf.:xmQ .... . - V- fs . . ,, , . , . .,, I-'lIlS'l' HUXX: 'K-1.nns. Sllanllumx Wal---. XX.-nw-1. I,m-, NLLUNI! HUXX: Lmlu. Ilullilksvn, "'. ,u:. s. sv. 4. PROJECTORS CLUB THE CHESS CLUB 'l'lu- vlnlr. spolmsuwcl lry Mrs. Yorisvli. vonsists The Clwss and lllwckvr Cluln is om' of ilu' ulmlvsl ul' lmys mlm run tho sill-nt and suuml projectors vlulms al l'l0l'l'I1lLlll. Urganizcwl in lflfll- lry Mr. .lvn- uml llw slvn'npli1'm1 for llll' sclc'ru'v 4lvpz1rlln4'nl uml lxins. llle clulv is slill lll'0SIN'l'lll5I umlvr luis sponsor- mlislrilwulv lllms to lln- lvuvllm-1's. ln ormlvr to lmvvmm- ship. Tlw purpusv ul' tlu' 1-lulu is to crm-atv inlcrvsl ll1l'llllil'l'S llwy must pn-svn! I'l'i'UIIlHl0llllllll0llS from in ilu' grancl ulml ganna- ul' 1-lwss. lu clvwlnp gmul llll'lI' sviz-l1c'v lQ'ill'lll'l'S illlll must llaw' ai "C" ilYt'l'Llg9 sportsmanship. mul ul Illc sauna- lima' gin' llu or lwllvr. Ulllvm-rs ul' llw lwuly 0l'QIillllZt'll sf-Imul lIl1'lIlllt'l'S un vnjuyalule alternoml. sm-rxivv vlulr urv: lflmrlvs Czupur. l'ra'xl'rf1'l:l: l,ur0llu lllllll'l'li. Sm' l'lllX2l'll1' llzllvrmxslxi. l'rws1'dr'lll: llillll Rl4'llll'l'. rwlury: Alia- Olson. Tfl'll.YlIf4'f. I'l'l'I'-l'I'l'Sl.ll4'IIfI ,lulm Mlauns. Sw-rvfrzry. .Null mrizml opm-l'allors :Irv lln' ullim-1's. Will'l'v1l lXl1ll'lilHXll4'll :xml lfluwlvs lim-nap. x..H.k, xx.1.f...pm.... 4,..,,...., xl.. lvnlnn-. Xml--:xml N-lm--nlllvgvl. l.ll1lls1-ll, hu:'1ulunll.l. ,l.Alli1l.l. ilnillu, lllx--IL lvlnulu K. Qnnssmmmmmms mmqmlmsxw.,.5-.M.W-R:-.SW- , .. -:q.:.:x:M..w:::ls1 ,.:.:Q-.fl ,L . I- lui! - -pn-Q .Ill I 01 1 L .,,.. THE Ilw lick:-I dvpurtme-nl is spmwored hy Mr. 1 v rnlnxngf-I. Inkuln-xwkl IX.-'I XI ..1......I,.L.. 1..,,n.l. TICKET DEPARTMENT FOREMAN NEWS REPRESENTATIVES Nu--Innl.n, 'II.uL-,ml-Il, hun--I. II .1 g--rl. Xlnlm-lv. Nkum. I lfl- 1I,u. II. l'IIuu.n:--rr. IN:-Illn.m. Inn-Iwl, II Ivusc-Iu'r. with II. Russ and If. AmIrzuIs' lllzlrlalgws. TIN' I'I0I'f'IllilIl News IIl'Ill't'Sk'IIIllIIYPN. slmnsurul Tha- Ii1'Iu'l se-III-rs ure' If. .IzlkllI1mssIxI. II. Skuju. hy Mr. IIIllPSI'Ilf'l'. non- svlc-r'ImI Iwvzlllsv lhvy xu-lm .I. Iiusvrllu-l'5Il'l'. If. .MuIl'zuIc'. and C. Iiourlus. The the "Iiv0 xxilvsn of IIIf'II' l'I'5lll'l'IIXl' 1Iixisim1s. Nhuh Iivkvl vnlle-r'lm's urs' II. fupI'vI. .I. Iioziall. W'.w'i1Il- of lhv SIIVVPSS of mu' ru-uspzlpn-l' is rhu- In IIll'lI mam. IS.Ni1-dzif-lu. W. NIilI'IillWIII'II. II.SIllI1'I'IIOWIElZ sulvs zlhilily. 'frying In sf-ll pupl-rs In slu1I1'nl is in 1'Illll'FlI' ul' Ihr prinling of livkets. II. fll'c'illIu' who think in IPTIIIS of ive' l'I'4'lIIll szuuIui1'Iu's and umI lf. Iimluuumxski filv and :uIcIrc-ss ewlvc-Iupes. lullypups I'1'IIllIl'K'S il Immslwhgv UI' Immun IlllIllII 'I'ln- Iivlwl II:-purllnvnt wus om' yn-ar uI1I ,Iuuuury and tha- psyvlmlugy of svlling. Mun- lmm-I' In LII. Iflfili. Il dislrihulvs livkf-ls ZIIIII IIRIIIKIIPS thu' you. rvprvsvrllutiu-s. hlulllriall 1Ia'luiIs Im' sf-Imul m'gunimlimas. IIIINI' I 5-Inwnlllvg--I, Iihrul. Llulqu-. 'I1:. Iwu-.In-1. 'Nil--Imain:IvI.. Vlullin, Ilnn- -vn. Ilvsl-rI1ing--I, Wxulrn, XI'-lv-IIIII. NHIHNID MUNI: llnln-In-ki. Iuhnsun, XM-:If-, HI-rn. XX:-n-ImI, M--niauitx. IUXX5 lin-gm. Uni-in. Nl-rlkv. Umx. Slnvmmn. Wal-In. Im-:lu-. Iliu. 'IKIIIIIII IIIPXX: Nhniku, I'iluinn, Nulnlln-lin-. I'im'h. IIn-mu'-. IIi:I-v-Ilu. N.mI.IhI. Lluul.. Ihuun, linu-1. Nui-1. w-ki, ling:-I-Li. Lhaulf--. I,u1I- mu. HPI II'I'II IIUXX: I-linlnw. Ifrk. I'.1-- hvn. Hull--lu.1'nu. lb...4nI41, Kullvv- N.-n, N.nughlun. l.uIl1-mil, 'Ni'-I-vu, 1.1.a.oa..., l1..'.Q...l. Nl,.g....., s.n....-11.-., I-II-'III IHIIK: I.il4vx, 5--Imunukf-I. Ixus-nik. lilirkxil. Ixnx.l. Sn-.Ii.m. II.:-II, 1,1I.upin-ki. Ilu.mv. 'Nrul-lm, N. I-Un, lim -I. I . - V ,,,, A I U0 4--1 :tl ..smmssammsuwssassmws..a,:...,.-...,.-s-::,s:s r I4 'I I . . ' ' nxw wi. I938 TRIUMPHS An artistic production of Iiooth Tarkingtotfs "Sevenleen." which marks the height of high school dramatics. The innovation of "Senior f'Vigl1I." Much credit is due to f.l0l'l1t'lI'll Vollendorf and the Social Com- mittee. hoth 1-A and vt-li. llonorahle Mention for Dorothy Fry in the annual nation-wide Peace poster contest which attracted seventeen lumdred contestants enrolled in the elementary. high schools and colleges of forty-four states. Second award for Lois Vnnnier in the United States Air Mail poster contest. lioth girls are in Mr. Vincent 0'Connor's art classes and extend to him their thanks for his inspirational instruction. A University of Chicago scholarshii award to . P' ll'ill1ur Zelinsky for excellence in written competi- tive examination. The Down Town Shopping News award to Fore- man of a set of World Book encyclopedias for one of the twelve most popular radio hroadcasts over WLS. which was planned hy the Drama Class and directed hy Miss MacKay. Mrs. Hamm and Miss Nelson. The city high school howling league champion- ship won hy the Pin Splitters. composed of Fore- man students. They included Peter Cozzatto. Thom- as McNulty. Iiohert Cremher. Earl Karnath. and Stanley Kolimas. who were presented with diam- ond medal awards. A Y.M.C.A. scholarship award to George ,lanicki who rated third in a written competitive examina- tion among three hundred contestants. The orchestra was marked Excellent in the city wide high school orchestra contest. A year's scholarship award to Bill Vizard from Lewis Institute as a result of competitive examina- tion in Mathematics. Physics. and English among one hundred contestants. IN APPRECIATION Mr. Moses Maier, our Principal. for his faith in our vision of a self-supporting FUR!-ZMANU.-tl.. Mr. Hurry l'. Mcllule. Assistant Principal. for his hearty co-operation and encouragement at all times. Miss Helen C. Byrne. Head of the English De- partment, for giving us everything from dwarfs to giants to make a success of the FORI-IMANUAI.. Miss Marie llarkins, Head of the Personnel De- partment. for placing the equipment of hcr oliice at our disposal, typewriters. hles. records and even secretaries. Miss Lillian llerzer. Literary Adviser of the Foreman News. for lending us the master mind. Bill Vizard. and for her contribution of decorative Art tha. ha. Henkell. Miss Lucy Daniels. Head of the History Depart- ment. for her counsel and sympathetic ear. Mr. Vincent U'Connor. Artist. for his training of prize winners. Miss Laura lX,I.Ildf'l'Ill!1f1. Senior sponsor. for her suggestions and co-operation in all Senior affairs. Miss Muriel MacKay. Dramatic Coach. and Miss Helen Hart. C.I.C. sponsor. for their many activi- ties around which we wove the FOIIIEMANIIAI.. Miss Joanna Christensen for her pioneer work in establishing the FOREMANUAI, and the high standard of art and literature set hy her and her staffs. Orchids to you. Miss Zeeb. in appreciation of your everlasting loyalty and devotion in making this FOREMANUAI. a success. This annual stands as an eternal monument to your wit, ingenuity., and zeal. THE STAFF. v 1 l 87 -film' IL H" H... ,. :..f, 13 .-,.. .V , 31 .- Yf . Q .ra . I . 5 . V. iv N i 1 1 . , ...L -8 . .-.,,-. ' i , .. ,K . l"? -'Lf .vA .. ...g in-5+ I yi:-11, ,ML .1 '. A- 1 4.11.-51 wwf-V-"9 45 Wg .. iff-rf-..6?g:.3:.g gggjlfi '55, V. fwue- ,-5.3, ,, .V . -elf..-7.-,w.,. Ti " -"f':'.fffT-: rl: ' A If ,. ,, Q -, . .,:-4.4-1. -. r. ,.-.1 ,V ,. ,, UA - .rim , ... -"2 'ju' 'I'-' 'V ,.! ' " ' .Y. .'h,.l, ...v-tv., ,I .4 . .,l.4 ,. Qu. . Al L J 4:,,3,f . W'-. .,..- V 4 1 "4 -,'.1'S:f . L.l 5 . W., .i 13, ... ri --..1. - - 1 f -b . .14 , 4- .f. t. .. ec' .f gg.: ,",.'+. :,," - - VL.: - ff . I - ,M . . , A E. Q ,'.'5ur'+ f. ,. x ' ' L' L . ,Aff E ,'.:?27'f.. y '- f,-. 1.1.-ev, V K. . .'.:.I:'.,fIn- -, .ei ..", -' : .Az 5'-x pl... 1. 'r,-Q V. ,I .. .4 ,- ,., V . -J.. ',' .Q f . - ,,'- , . 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During the sehool session they meet in a group in the hase- ment. seeoncl periocl. Here they map out their eheers for the on-eoming game. lVlr. Stacltler. their supervisor. is very ellieient in helping them get the right movement anal timing with their horlies. The eluh eonsists ol' memlmers tireless in energy. lusty of voiee. and agile ol' hofly. liegarflless of the si7e of the task they are askerl to perform. the eheer- leatlers are always there. pouring forth their in- exhaustihle supply ol' energy. I-'ItuN'I' tum: Km.-.liutt. lay. II--Inns., XI'-xemk. Nts. imtltlv-I. IH-if-1-on. I-Iuskinf-. New-n-. Kilim-us ski. llukou-ki. NIJ UNIV RUR: .l-noh-en. Kutlarlt. Johnson. Vu". Ilnt-lm'-I, llmufn--. Nmhlavn. Xntlru, Xlllilin l'lIlllll HIIXX: 13 In-ln.uv. Cuzmto. 'Xlf-yen. 1,-vlletli. Titles:-n. fulinuna, Iutmx. k.usl. Wegl. XNietlmitIvk. Il.iuLt-, I-,mL-1 u. V0l'll'l'll HUXK: l. i-'lv-vll. llolluv- um. s.-1.,.lr.-I. ,l.. tum.-Il. r2.nI-un. X.ilfLw. Ugmn-L. lilunlx. .luluu. Imff In ugh! l-Knox! Run: Punt ll. New-n 'Sleu-r. lhikou-ki, lflnkvt-n. Xlunuy Bun Row: Ill-znlnk, 'ilu-., Ml. .. . anltler fkmuflul. Kim-, ham. USHERS AND CANDY SELLERS The ushers and candy sellers are sponsored hy lVlr. C. Stadtler. They usher and sell eamly at almost every assemhly given in school. liohert lfrskine and Niek Alexeynk have eharge of the cancly. and Nick Alexeyuk. Allan Peterson and Ed Holmes are in charge of the ushers. Alexeyuk. Carlson. Colletti. Cazzato. Erskine. Colniewicz. Uanshaw. Holmes. Juran. Meyer. Natzke. Niedzwiarlek. Ogorek. Peterson. Powell. Iiricksen. Henke. Schaefer. Tahor. We-gl. q 1 ss l"IKS'l' HOW: Knlnnth, Kulilna-. Kle- Nnlly. Mi. lligler. ffnzzntlo. 'l'hoinns. 5-'llkn-. HICIIUNIP HOW: F4-ioli. Mully. W1-gl. lin-vknlnlni, Nia-ilzwiznln-k. Ili llomvn- iro, Stnpkn, XXi-rlnm-yu-1. Smfmnii-4-. 'l'IllliIl NNW: tin-inln-1. linilziovlx. llnltlnnnn. llnln'l, l.ne, Svlliliulvk. Juxnn. Wnlrh. Naughton. Ml-In-isoli. l"lll'li'I'll NOW: While. Hisltiiiv. ,-Klvxynk. llnlnmvi, Srlun-lm-i. Flynn. Wi-lnlllninl. lminltlw. -Xn-lvl-on. li- vin-ki. BOYS' BOWLING CLUB While the race for iirst place was a runaway for the l'in Splitters the competition for the other posi- tions was spirited. The All-Star Team, representing l"oreman at the A. ll. C. meet. finished fourth in competition with forty other city high school leagues. The A. ll. lf. team was comprised of Sellke. Kolimas. liazzatto, lVlcNnlty and Karnath. As we go to press. we are happy to record a dazzling victoryn- the Foreman howling team won the city high school championship! ll BASEBALL l7oreman's third season ol' hasclmall in the West Section opened April ll at llarrison. lsoreman took a 7-2 lead. hut two Inig innings gave llarrison a 9-7 victory. A heavy schedule of fourteen games must he played. Some of the hoys from last ycar's team are: Captain Al Wistert. Knpczyk. l"ilippi. liichter. and Undrejcin. litl'I"I'UM NNW: Sosulinn. tlnlln-if-in, 'til-yvu, tinth, lhnnpa. lh-rm-l-. SICCUNIP RUXN: lin-km-ll, Knprzxk. l'iln-l, 0"tlnll1-x, XXisti-it Hint-l.l. lwlllppi, lvl--rson. ltr-gsm-ki. hh. Till' litlwi: fill. ltilnxlilt Hfmirlil, Yllauqunnlt, linllolph. l'.il:irh. Ugra- wlt. l-Link, koviol. ltn-hh-I, lzlnnws lx..-.n-..,. gr-ini. ,, ' .... 1. . . - -- , .::-- r'-a-ag: --s-- - -. - -f-- l -' -:Q- 1.1 :sss5:3.. ....: lI ..... . ' ll .5 ' -.a...... ,-. M... N.m...,... l l FIRST ROW: Hirsch, Pill. Uliara Carlson. Ilvnkel. SECOND ROW: Mueller fMgr.l Anderson. Kurznr. Svhurk, Mr Malnlf. TENNIS TEAM Cliff Pilz, Ted Kaczor, and Ed Ofiara, veterans of last season, will try to better Foremanss second place standing this year in the west section. Foreman lost only two matches last year. With the help of Alford Anderson, Vernon Schock, Robert Ander- son, and Ted Hirsch, Foreman should finish con- siderably better this year. At the present time Foreman has won all of the opening matches. SWIMMING TEAM The Swimming Team, under the expert direction of Coach Malolf, compiled a surprisingly good record for a team that has been out of competition for two years. The six-man relay team of Mc- Laughlin, Ciennuch, Pedjas, Eliasen, Marzec, and Zintarski, won every dual race in the Spring '38. Suchow and Johnson, batlcstrokers, and Harnden and Roth, breast slrokers, contributed their elforts to make a winning team. FIRST ROW: Elias:-n, Pmljau. IIurn- den, johnson, Surlmw, Mrlmuglllin. SHCIINII IIUYV: Mr. Mnlnff. Ceni' uvh, Iicnlurski, Ruth, Giza. '. - l , D 1 . . , , ..,, .. . .. X Nam. 0 l4.l ---- , , C, 'K Q Q I . I W.-at.,Ma..5:,,,:,. ,.,., BASKETBALL-HEAVIES The Senior team ranked with the hest in the city. hut with hall' of the season still ahead we lost Kilhurg. eenter, Haekharth. forward. and liev- erson. guard. through graduation. Captain Vl'rohlewski and Wistert were the only regulars left. ln the University of Chicago tournament, Fore- man lu-at Roosevelt in the first game. hut after a tough lrattle with the strong Harper team we were eliminated. llll'l'TOM HOW: llvllark, -hulerson, Malone, Wlolnln-wski, I'-olskl, Wis- tell. IH-n-1.4-n. 'rol' now: ntmm-ki m1gr.m, Alu- yuk. llllynski, ll--ngo, S4-hork, Pren- 1.-H, M.. z..n...ar 1110...-m. BASKETBALL-LIGHTS After a poor start. the Junior team showed im- provement the second semester. with only Captain lfilippi hack from last year's team. Coach Zahorik had to organize from green material. Although the team lost a majority of their games. they fought hard and held mueh better teams to close scores. lfxperienee has heen gained this year and, as we see it. there should he a hetter showing in the year to rome. lttlT'I'tlXl RHW: Coy, tiuth, Fillippi. K:--llnolnl. Umlufirin. 'l'lIl' now: Keuwin lMgl.l, Sowu, lin--Irup, Szynuuniuk. 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Sf-Imul. und its ullicvrs and Iiourd ol' Iimilrol 'I'Iu- r0pi'c-smitulivvs urv li. A. A. lIIl'IIlIN'l'S rlmsvn Ill4'lllIbt'l'S form its llllI'I1'llS. 'I'Iu- Iimird ul' Iiunlrol in 0ilf'Il division room Ivy other fl. A. A. IlN'IllIlFI'S. lllt'IllIN'l'S uri' slumling girls in llw Il. A. A.. tlw and rvpurt lo IDI-IIIUIIIIIIY riwelings. Ili-ml of IIN' I'Iiysic'z1I I'iIIllf'lIII0ll Ile-purlnwnl and Points are lmawd on I,IlySIl'ilI-I'ilIlll'ZlIIllIl vluss- llw sponsnr. work. IIe'aIlIi. Tvain Ilanws. Individual Artivilivs. 'I'Iu- Ilourd ul' Iimilrul lIN'IllIN'l'S ure: Mildrvd IA"i1IIt'l'SIlIll und SPl'Yil't'. and SK'Il0Iiil'SIIIll. Nvlson. l'rr'x1'1l1'l1I: Ilurulliy Palrliinsmi. I'il'l'-lIff'SIA- Sonic of IIN' pllysimll artivilivs Ilia! Imam- slmwn zlwnl: Ilurolliy I"inn. 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'lllu' l'llllP luis l'4lllSl'1l SllHlK'Ill . l l as lm'aulvrs. s1'l4'x'u'1l Ull llu' luasis ol' spl-1-iul illllllllfl0S inu'rs'st mul support lor llu' l.lll'llH'l'ilIlK'l' 1lllillllll'llfN Slll'lI as iniliuliw. l'l'SOIlI'l'l'l'lllH055 zuul rvspmnsi- al l'l0I'l'Illilll. A l0illll ln'lu'r is mu' ul' llu' most mliw luilily. linguislming imunls. mul il is llu' aim ul' c'v1'ry lun V, . . . . on llu' zltlllvlix' lu'l1l to uin mu'. llu' SlIllll'lll l1'aulm'rs ZlSSlSl Nllll llu' 1'lu'4'lung ol ,, , . , , , , , lom' Nlulmux lI'l'.Vllll'IIfI .N Vllslvrl. N'f'rr'lury allm'lulauu'4'. lu'lp llu' ll'ill'lI1'l' sulu'rv1sv llu' il.l'llYllll'S ,. ' , ,, ' ll. V8 rulvlcuslu. lfl'llSIlfl'f. ul llu' vzwurus squauls zuul lulu' l'llill'QIl' ol' llu' vluss lll 1'nu'rgu'lu'x'. Points ilNill'llQ'tl lm' svrvivc' may lu' l'0llIllt'll lmsurml llu' sm-luml ln'lu'r uuamlvml lay lllc l..!X.A. or lmxurll llu' srluunl Ill0ll0gl'illll. ll4l'l'l'l1'Sl IKHXX: liwlml-ml. ll.lI.uL ulll. lwllppu. Yiwu-1. lm. sl-,LHNIV IUIXX1 knlufmk. lmlllfglvn XX' nn......,....., lv., m......,....1. ls.. 1--lulvu-Lu. Xn.l4-1-un, ku. ' 1.-I , . wt' lnm-. I'il1. 'lllil' lllillz Nuxyn, lllmnl. lv-:will l'nlumn. XX:-If-ll, li-mul-ku. lwu-I u Xu-In n..-,a...,,. . - . -. .. .. .... N Y 95 Xlls.. Finn.-. Nun, hmm-ll. lhmlll, 5l.1 UNI? llllllz Nvxvn. llu-4'l. 'llull XX.ngrlv'r. lluvllfn, 'llm-, Win-.mul 'lkllllill rum: 5n....,...... lx....l. ...,.... k..,.,-lp.. n,..n. lx..n..1.l., x l"Ul'll'l'll lllllx: N111-lu-II. XM'--ll l..u..u. 1.., Nunn, ,Il-nl--, Il.-fly.-.L I-lI"l'll IUHX: ,lulm-mu. N11-ul-llullu Nlaumkml. l',uklu-un. Lfumll. lluln D l M---M-'M-f-W - on l'1-nan n .i i . ......... : n.. X51 1, are X , X 5 , H.il.lJ!!!lT1lT1'Liigwugltil H ., :',7?lfP?ff??'Fi?, ,. an vtrrvvvm. at , wffi.nas'H1VE7Yl11'TsUf7u" 'll :KN-Yfgltufneliihsmluil-r-z Q d QVN 411, fn' , ' f i U V T x - v . , r X I 'itll 1-A ff si Co. and Co. "B" in column of platoons. THE R.O.T.C. The traniping of feet. the echo of commands. the sight of medal bedecked cadets in uniforms. all bring attention to Foreman's R. 0. T. C. Estab- lished back in the fall of 1935 the unit. under the capable guidance of Sgt. William H. Hill. has been growing in popularity and in quality. This year the ollicers are: Cadet Major Charles Czapar. Battalion Commander: Cadet lst Lieut. Elmer Larsen. Adjutantg Cadet Captains Leslie Jacobsen. Allan Peterson. and Theodore Hursh. Company Commanders. Cadet lst l,ieut. Arthur Henkel is Publicity Olhcer. The H.0.T.C. course includes a variety of sub- jects. such as Military Courtesy and Discipline. First Aid and Sanitation. Physical Training. Drill and Rifle lVlarksmanship. and many more which make the time spent in the periods light and inter- esting. Not only does the li. 0. T. C. afford the g n .:. 5 A . .i,' - R ', Q 'Q' . . ' ar.-'-:""" " -1. 45- 5017- a in .ir il, 4 J .YU - K' ' --......,...-.--...,.-w ---,,--.- -,.-,J-J,-J-- l5l3uLrunwxl1 -lifllllllill K. s l 'rflit Co. "ll" executing "Right llressf . - 96 sezsmvnmwwawsmxwsuwwsswxmu I' VN' ' I ' I ' , ,,.-.. . Co. "lf" executing opportunity ol' the ahove suhjects. hut it also has many outside activities such as parades. the annual rose sale and dance. and many more military and social events. The outstanding event of the year was l"oreman's Federal lnspection on May 3rd, At that time the whole unit turned out for its annual inspection hy federal army ollicers. That day it was really impres- sive to view rank after rank of khaki-clad hoys marching. as one. pass the reviewing stand with 'lland Salute." heads high and shoulders hack. Medals were given to the outstanding cadets hy the li. 0. T. ll. Head- quarters. the Trihune. the llelmont Park l'ost No. 597 of the American Legion. the unit's sponsorg and several other organizations. The future of the cadet corp is very promising indeed. The evacuation for the rifle range is already completed. and the cadets are expecting to shoot after the installation of the equipment. ..-f fit.. is 2. t, sv T' . ,'..,f., L.: V, is 1 x.'... M' I-', ,f A N, 1 W rn t :nlt.t.t..Il'll, e ll -:ftl- ' -, r ' f '-un. uu.' ....'QLx',Q iQ It Qld!! 'll i. 1-t ' 3 .25 V 1. 4 t ' 'ff , Q-.1 j g mr. M . M11 XR - t 5 l Co, "A" executing "Present Arms." .... .K e,,.. . . t- T ' "fl" t ,..... ., ,.,:, 5 t:.- ,...-..,.. . ,, ,, ., bqlq 97 BUSINESS COLLEGE 'S' The Business College with the Univer- sify Atmosphere-Famous for the High Type of Employees if Develops ONLY FOUR YEAR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES ENROLLED Bulletin Free on Request NO SOLICITORS EMPLOYED 'II6 South Michigan Avenue Chicago Randolph 4347 98 ETHEL REID LUNDBERG The Toddler 's Shop I-' 0 II "wI1I-Z M 0 II I: II N S' Soprano ' D1'rI'I'lor ' VlIIl'l'f.llIflIIl'l' DI'slirIr'liII4' Infants, and Cl1I'IIlH'II,S nlpprzrvl . . o . . . . . . lloswry . . . Lll1gl'l'll' . . . 6I'vvtIIIg l,nrIl.v 5545 IZIIIIDINIGS s'I'III'II2'I' 5203 III-:I,x1oN'I' A VIINIIIZ - I:IIII:.u:o 'II I-t I. I-I I' ll II N If I' Vx I. I s Ax 11 It I u -I n A V II N I1 Ip II II 5 IS - Il I-I I. 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C I V I S ,Prescription Druggist 5201 BELMONT ' Corner LAR AMIE PAI.IsAIII: 10256-10458 We Carry II Full Line of Greeting Cards H. W. MUELLER sr SON Funeral Director Chapel Free . . . Autornohiles for All Ovrasinns NORTHERN MARKET O QUALITY 0 LOW PRICES Q SERVICE CHICAGO 5157 WEST BELMONT AVENUE 322-1 ANMITAHH .-Tvlffililf 5308 HHl.MONT AVl'iNlil'i A V E N U E 0 3 7 Plwrn- ilvlnmnl H278 Phono I'uli:uI4lv UT40 L O O C A B I N HAMBURGERS Ann Little sang BELMONT AVENUE WINSBURG'S DEPARTMENT STORE 5539 Belmont Avenue lIOMPI,IMENTS OF Maybob GIFT SHOP 5455 BELMONT AVENUE With Best Wishes TO THE GRADUATES BRANDT Floral Shop C H I C A C 0 Phone Avenue 1548 0 5319 W. BELMONT AVE. Special Corsage Bouquets for Graduation Proms ART FLOWER SHOP 3018 NORTH CIC!-KIRO AVENUE Belmont U pholstering Shop Upholstering . . . Repairing . . . Renovating . . . Parlor Suites made to order . . . Dining Room and Bedroom Suites . . . Open Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday Evenings . . . 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