Foreman High School - Foremanual Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

 - Class of 1940

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This spirit of co- 'A ':':' ' li" operation has resulted in a unified group with one aim-to install high ideals, right attitudes toward life, and social understandings in the student body. The students, too, by their visits to me, their smiling "Good mornings," the confidences they have placed in me, the trust they have manifested towards me. the efforts they have exerted in attaining scholastic achievement, have made this first year at Foreman happy for me and, I hope, profitable for them. From time to time, throughout the year the good news of scholarship awards, implying high educa- tional attainments, have occasioned great rejoicings. Our students have been awarded prizes in English, Art, and other contests, both educational and civic. The work in every department is excellent and alto- gether the tenor of Foreman is indicative of physical, mental, moral, social, and spiritual development. To each of you I extend best wishes for success in whatever you choose as your life's work. May the ac- cumulation of the many fine things at Foreman help you to realize your fondest hopes. 6afAerine .14 Man Principal w sf' 'MN lisg fl! 'A' 'ful-If HARRY P. MCHALE Our photographer caught Mr. Harry l'. Mclflalo. assistant principal lmeloyed hy faculty and student liody alike, in a typical friendly mood. The twinkle in his eye, the hearty laugh. the merry tune he may he humming tand he is no Johnny one notell. the sprightly step, the brilliant sally in breezy repartec. the sense of humor, and, almoye all, his fair- ness and kindness have won the conti- dence and affection ot' Foremanites. During the past four years four prin- cipals have presided at Foreman. hut fortunately for us, Mr. lNlcHale has re- mained at his post. All his actions and decisions are guided hy his slogan, "For the good of the school." And what a school Y : It I 4 J' .X . 3 J virsxfl A - i 4 it 'L 1 i,. .--A' ti Ziff? ?ff1ff'mf1 -. , U, 'V To the three cheerful and capable secretaries, Miss Mar'-' Mm V flaret Ryan, Mrs. Helen Burke, and Miss Jeannette Stein- ' ffstcllo metz, falls the task of handling correspondence, programs, ,If records, reports and more reports. Miss Cecilia Costello and LQ?-J Mr. Clarence Ranseen enforce better attendanceg Miss dl" Helen Hart is Registrar, and that bespeaks efficiency. wi . 4- jp ,yi yfy' 7' J l , i f f"jAXir7'J l l'INGl.lSH I7El'ARTMICN'l' Miss Veda Stern. Miss Frieda Zeeh, Mrs. Flor- ence llarte. Mrs. Gene- yieye Greenwood. Miss Mary St e wa r t. Miss M uri el MacKay. Miss Katharyne Wendt, Mrs. Laura Mussehl. fr" xl' Mrs. Rose Weiss. Miss lfllanche Connor. Miss Mary Fahey tlihrarianl. Miss Virginia C a y o i t, Miss llelen Fhrzonowski, Miss Margaret Morris- sey, Miss Johanna C'hris- tiansen. M - .llilg 5212.31-Un 1 ,v 'f L 1 1 1 , . U v ENGLISH DEPARTMENT The English Department is our hallast and mainstay. Without them. thought and idea would he inarticulate. To them is allotte'l the ar- is duous task ot' winning scho- lastic awards. including puhlic speaking and essay contests. And their record AMPS, A llflgrson is most meritorious! Stu- dent life is greatly enriched hy l'uhlic Speaking, Drama, The Foreman News and The l'l0l'I'IHllIIlllll, thanks to the efforts and ahility of our English teachers. Two words descrihe the Commercial Geography teachers, ummmmph and zzzzip! l7l 'J an li! LANGUAGE, HISTORY, PERSONNEL Y . 1 ff 'L K - -. ,ffl ly LANGUAGE ' vlsearedy: Miss Clara I lLawin, Miss Frances Dyer. 1 lStandingJ : Miss Marie Jasinski, Mr. F r an c i s Ready, Mrs. Jessie Bran- kamp, Mrs. Eva Hogle. , 1 . 4 .v HISTORY QSeatedJ: Miss Lucy Daniels, Mr. Blatch- ford Kough, Miss Mary Mostyn, Miss Gene- vieve Flaherty, Mrs. Mary Talbot. iStand- ingb : Mr. James Snod- grass, Miss Lilyan Herzer, Mrs. Alice Jones. PERSONNEL tSeatedi: Mi ss M a ri e Harkins. Mrs. Luella Voelz. Miss Veda Stern. CStandingJ : Mr. NVilbert Deering, Miss Blanche Con nor, Mi ss Irene Hirons, Mr. James Snodgrass, Miss Mary Mos- tyn, M rs. Florence Harte. 4 All Foremanites anticipate the Language assembly. Need we sav more? Ah, Miss Daniels and your corps, how weary you are re-making the map of Euro , . . . pe. And how sad Wu are at this greatest man-made catastrophe. We rejoice with you, never- theless, that the UNITED STATES is the God-send to DEMOCRACY! The Personnel Department registers its work on indelible records and they appraise us for what we are-supernormal, normal, sub-normal, or lazy! l3l i- F5 -aw!! WVY 4vY 4., O 1 x X QA 1 1 w'Z'fl ' QN F3 A 'z -:M .Q .X ,aw . if ,Lain- M 'A 'ff---.N ii mt. ,QF Q58 W ' 3' ez V 2 x 4, . X Q' -. 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Fooking classes have satisfied our hunger: sewing. our vanity. .Inst an old tradition-music continues to he rated "excellent I" The girls' seytion and the football pictorial pages depict our outstanding pride this year? TliH'Hlis.AMiss Lligoro -nd Mr. Maloff. I ' ' y I Alert!!! A if Xchestrai : Miss Myrtle Nelson XtMusicJ. - A 0 'XX . ' J I X X ll Kc' ... ,......-.. x And the R.0.'l'.t'.1 over and agree with ns-sturdy. stalwart, snappy. I J 1 'yu WM FINE ARTS Miss Hildegarde Effting tArt32 Mrs. Guyneth King tt'ookingl: Miss Clara Felch tSewingb. and Miss Marion Homer tArtl. K X121 ,IJ 1' N1 6 U. ,, .I .. pf, Q 2 H J' i' tSeated! iss V Lago- rio and Miss Alma Jones. tStand- ing! : Mr. Edward Zahorik, Miss Harriet Hardy, Sgt. Hill, Mr. Jack lVlalotl'. llll -...M -.1 W L 1 1, Q vm - v 1. I. 5- , .4 nf,,,, Aa Ji? . 5 viii 2 ,., ., 3 A an if - 'j,g,,,f.v. ., W , f 'ez' fX',,4ff,nQ:'a 3, 'T 13.2-Eggs .515 Q -5 ,. ,HWY FE 9. 1 232 ,ff-6' juz minimali- ., ,, ,la 9' I... 2"fl Q-i!j'gl U . . .19 ,W , ...W . . ., -I ,wa Wi . 645945-ff' 11, -yxxx X' 52? --L ? L--f 4. ,ik New 5 ...- JANUARY CLASS OFFICERS William Trader .... Vice President Ethel Klotz ............ Treasurer Lorraine Kallenbach .... Secretary Walter Suchou '..... . .President l14l JANUARY COMMITTEES llU'l"l'OM ROW: liululcrsoli. 'l'0uhcr liuffawlli. Krugrvr. Jalmlyk. lk-lnpwy Wllihlmn. Olson. Kujuhn. Fzlpul Il:lrI,y, Mvyvlx .lorgcnsa-n. IN FllllX'l': Nlr. SllNl'l'lllilll. Iiliziznll ROW 2: ll:ll'kc-lm'yn'l'. Axvlsml. MII Johnsons. Ril1'llIlllllN'1lH. Shushlk, Mis, Slim-lly. Tuipin. Slvvkiowivz. Nlmnw' llslrhnnn. llU'I"l'UM ROW: Silvvrmaln. Vhriw tutferscn. .lm-nkins. ROW 2: Sznfram BIHVIIIJIII. limlc. l'ull:1k. .Xlvsaukvr Klutz. llllllhlll. .Xlnim lll':llu'. llulu ner. Ilnuwn. llrinkv. lll'lllQkl. XVnl inski. Fugvl. llallvw. lh'im'ln-ll. KUIIIIH' l'rig:g:0. v1lIIllll'l'. Six-lutf. Kll'l'lllllIl" .lIlllllSllIl. lfrvgrll. ll0'l"l'0NI RUXY: Svllwalrlz. llilllllll Mlvgrclti. limi. Ks-mpc. l'rigg:v YJlllllll'l'. Sim-Intl. Kirm-hlmtf. ll. .lnhn sun. Frm-g1l. K:nut'ln:1n. ROW 2 Sl1l'li0XV. l'im'l1. Y. Johnsun. Gaulle li. JUllllSllll. l.is:lm'k. NIJIIIVUNII, NVQ-l Iorer. liilstrum. Nlvyrr. lv. JANUARY PROM One hundred and tifty couples swayed to the music ot' Perry Kenzie's orchestra at the "Snowflake Prom." held January 12th at the Graemere Hotel. ln between dances girls admired the heart-shaped pearl bracelets which they had received as favors, while their escorts hopefully patted smart new billfolds. The high spot of the evening was the grand march led by class president Walter Suchow and Mable Badenoch. Beau- tiful gowns and flowers, a festive atmosphere and sweet music-all these combined to make this the great social climax ot' four busy years. I if S ALVSAKER. LOIS S. "Lo" SCIENCE National Honor, Personnel, Current Trends, Latin, C. I. C., Graduation Committee. attractive, dignified, sincere AXELSON, MILDRED "Milly" COMMERCIAL Class Day Committee, C. I. C., "Miss Collegiate," Clean- UP' . sincere, o niet, good-natnred BADALI, GENEVIEVE T. "Gen" COMMERCIAL Class Gift Committee, Safety Council, French, Girls' Glee, C. I. C. intelligent, sociable, agreeable BALZANO. HELEN P. "C"obim1" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., G. A. A., Service Club. pleasant, friendly, pretty BAMBACH. IOHN E. COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Golf Champion. quiet, agreeable, athletic BAMBACH. IOSEPH M. COMMERCIAL C. I. C. friendly, humvrous, eo-opcra- tive I16l ALOIS. IEAN "Jeanie" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Personnel, Newspa- per, Honor Society. sweet, intelligent, attractive IANUARY ALLEGRETTI. ANITA M. "Neets" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Foremanual, Prom Committee, "Miss Collegi- ate," Clean-Up Campaign. sociable, carefree, likeable BARKEMEYER. RITA C. "Barley" GENERAL SCIENCE Nat. Honor, Bowling, Class Day Committee, G. A. A., Girls' Glee, Current Trends, C. I. C. cheerful, bright, trustworthy BECKER. BEVERLY V. "Bev" COMMERCIAL Nat. Honor, French, G. A. A., Girls' Glee, Personnel, C. I. C., tactfzll, captivating, blonde BERG. ALBERT W. "Al" GENERAL SCIENCE C. I. C. studions, quiet, loyal BIRN. DUAN COMMERCIAL C. I. C. blonde, mischievous, playful BLANDEN. IUNE D. "Prime" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., Steno, C. I. C. tall, alluring, witty BORN. HENRY H. "Hank" GENERAL SCIENCE C. I. C. agreeable, modest, pleasant GRADUATES BOWMAN, LAVINA E. "Sis" COMMERCIAL Biology, Graduation Commit- tee, C. I. C. dependable, quiet, studious BROWER. ELEANOR M. "EI" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., G. A. A. composed, Obliging, ll m ia ble BROWN, GEORGE F. "Lover" GENERAL SCIENCE Drama, Hall Guard, Band, O rchestra, Newspaper, Stamp, Latin, Football, R. O. T. C., C. I. C. bold, daring, znmssuming CAPUTO. LUCILLE C. "Lou," GENERAL SCIENCE Current Trends, Class Day Chairman, Personnel, Student Council, C. I. C. sweet, loyal, sincere CARLSON. ELEANOR R. "El" COMMERCIAL C. I. C. representative, Serv- ice. reliable, efficient, quiet CHRISTIE. SIDNEY A. "Beans" SCIENCE R. O. T. C., Student Council rep., Latin, Newspaper rep, Aviation. studious, radio fan CHHISTOFFERSEN, HARRIET "Chris" COMMERCIAL Latin, C. I. C., G. A. A. friendly, earnest, gay BRINKE. MAHIAN R. "Brinke" COMMERCIAL Graduation Committee, Bi- Ology, C. I. C. friendly, bright, conservative CIECH. AGNES R. "Chick" COM MI-mCIAL Girls' Glee, Drama, C. I. C. quiet, pleasant, eiignging CIESIELSKI. IEROME E. "Jerry" COM MERCIAL C. I. C., Prom Comm., Senior Play, Band. sociable, nonelmlmlt, smiling COLDITZ. MARGARET R. "Mag" COMMERCIAL C. I. C. rep., Class Gift Com- mittee, Girls' Glee. rim, vigor, vitality CONWAY. MARY I. "Jerry" COMMERCIAL C. I. C. rep., Drama, A Cap- pella. sociable, pleasant, kind CROTTE. ALICE I. "Judy" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., C. I. C., Senior Play, Spanish. pretty, neat, sociable DALPE. ARDELI. I. "Babe" COMMERCIAL Drama, C I. C. petite, friendly, demure I17fl DAVIS. DOROTHY V. "Dot" COMMERCIAL Prom Committee, Newspaper. natural, comely, gifted DEMPSEY. EILEEN W. "Dolly" COMMERCIAL Nat. Honor, Math, C. I. C. rep., Clean-Up Campaign, Class Day Committee. blonde, brilliant, leader DICK. WILLIAM "Dick" TECHNICAL Band, Gift Committee, C. I. C. quiet, earnest, happy DOST. LORRAINE H. "Dost" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., Drama, German, Art, Personnel, C l e a n-U p, Class Gift Committee, Girls' Glee, C. I. C. cheerful, blonde, likeable DOYLE. DOROTHY M. "Dottie" COMMERCIAL German, Girls' Glee, Art, C. I. C. quiet, shy, exotic DRANE. MARIORIE "Dram" COMMERCIAL Personnel, Newspaper rep., Pin and Ring Committee, C. I. C. likeable, good-naturecl i183 DARBY. VERNA M. "Vern" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., C. I. C. good looking, friendly IANUARY "Major" SCIENCE R. O. T. C., Class Day Comm., C. I. C. militaristic, agreeable, accom- modating DUNLAP. IUNE "Jn-Ju-Bee" SCIENCE Cap and Gown Committee, Safety rep., C. I. C. modest, quiet, sincere EDL. ANNE "Bug" SCIENCE Newspaper, C. I. C. rep., Or- chestra, Math, G. A. A. pretty, exotic, winsome EDSTROM, DONALD R. "Don" COMMERCIAL Prom Committee, "Miss Col- legiate," Hall Guard, Band, C I. C., Bowling. handsome, sociable, debonair EISENLOHR, HARRY C. "Midge" TECHNICAL Hall Guard, Student Council, Safety Council, Baseball, C. I. C. small mischievous, frolicsome ELEZIAN. HAIG K. SCIENCE Drama, Bowling, C. I. C. carefree, friendly, agreeable EMERICH. WILLIAM. IR. "Bill" COMMERCIAL Football, Lettermen, Drama, C. I. C. happy, witty, ejfervescent GRADUATES ERICKSON. GUNNAR E. "Swede" TECHNICAL C. I. C., Student Council, In- tramurals, Tennis, S a f e t y rep. small, good-nnfured FLYNN. MICHAEL "Mil-v" TECHNICAL Usher, Bowling, C I. C. willy, n1fsI'l1ic'I'o1Is, Clever FOGEI.. HAROLD TECHNICAL Baseball, Ticket Collector, C. I. C. Ivilfy, friendly. shy FREGD. DOROTHY M. "lDottie" GENERAL SCIENCE Class Gift Committee, Bowl- ing, Nat. Honor, Newspaper Reporter, G. A. A., C. I. C. sludious, reliable, sorinlnlv GADE. WILLIAM A. "Bill" TECHNICAL Prom Comm., C. I. C., Foot- ball Champs. quiet, ugrer'rIlIlv, athletic GATES, KENNETH R. "Ken" COMMERCIAL Hall Guard, Ring Committee, Locker Guard, C. I. C. mnialrlv, milgellinl, humor GRIMM. DONALD UDOTIH TECHNICAL C. I. C. nraf, polite, athletic' FERRARI. ELAINE I. "C '1n'ly" COMIVIERCIAI. Nat. Honor, G. A. A., Drama. C I C ::im'w'r'. rvsol red, dm nm fir' GERKE. RICHARD IGrzonkowskil "lJirl.-" GENERAL SCIENCE C. I. C. ugnwrlrlr, qnivf, l'0HSlfl!'I'lIIP GUNDERSON. VIRGINIA ufillln COIVIIVIICRCIAII Class Day Committee, Letter- girl, P0l'SOIIIl!.'I, Student As- :sis'ant, G. A. A., Spanish, C. I. C. s'u'f'1'f, loziulrlv, Iivrsufilr' HARTMANN. MARIE "Iliff:-" COMMERCIAL French, Senior Night, Girls' Glee, C. I. C. gfljl, rllflhrilf, generous HARTMANN. WILLIAM "Bill" COMMERCIAL Football, Class Day Commit- tee, Bowling, C. I. C. ar-li1'z', nlhlc-fir, 1-o-opvrzrfizre HAUSEN. GEORGENE "George" COMMERCIAI. Drama, Cap and Gown Com- mittee, Girls' Glee, C. I. C. flirfafious, jovial, gay I-IOLLINGER. DOROTHY "l'udgy" COMMERCIAL Cap and Gown Committee, C. I. C. quiet, sinrerc, agreeable I 19 I IANDYK. AMELIA I.. "Milly" COMMERCIAL Safety Council, Personnel, German, Stamp, Nat. Honor, Girls' Glee, Class Day Com- mittee, C. I. C. sweet, petite, sedate IOHNSON. BERTHA E. "Bert" CoIvIIvIERCIAI. Nat. Honor, C. I. C. eo-operative, soeialile, jolly IOHNSON. CARL E. "Ed" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., R. O. T. C.. OfIicer's Club, Newspaper, Intramu- rals, History Club, Scabbard and Blade Club. tall, friendly, militaristic IOHNSON. ELEANOR M. "El" LANGUAGE Nat. Honor, Senior Night Committee, Valedictorian, L a t i n, Personnel, Current Trends, G. A. A., Girls' Glee, C. I. C. quiet, intelligent, active IOHNSON. HAZEI. M. "Ha.z" COMMERCIAL Spanish, G. A. A. congenial, modest, graceful IOHNSON. VERNON R. "Vernie" SCIENCE Hall Guard, C. I. C. rep., Jan- uary Editor Foremanual, Student Council, Class Presi- dent 2A-3B, Monogram. cordial, handsome, popular I20l HUEBNER. LORENE M. "I,oi-ry" COMMERCIAL Graduation Committee, G. A. A., C. I. C. eonserziative, quiet, sincere IANUARY HUPKA. ETHEI. E. "Moe" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., G. A. A., Senior Play, Student Assistant. popular, talented, humorous IORGENSEN. ARTHUR M. "Art" SCIENCE Latin, Newspaper, C. I. C. tall, dark, pleasant KAESER. SHIRLEY A. "Shirl" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., Glee Club, C. I. C. quiet, blonde, sweet KAIOHN. ANNE M. "Annie" COMMERCIAL Student Council Commis- sioner, C. I. C. rep., Nat. Honor, Clean-Up, Class Day Committee. studious, initiative, friendly KALLENBACH. LORRAINE I.. "Butch" SCIENCE G. A. A., Nat. Honor, Span- ish, Lettergirl, Secretary Se- nior Class, Personnel, Bowl- ing, C. I. C. sweet, sincere, brilliant KANTER, KATHERINE A. "Kay" COMMERCIAL French, Personnel, A Cap- pella, Girls' Glee, G. A. A. quiet, sincere, kind KAUFMAN. GLORIA "Ghee" CoMMI-::RCIA1. Prom Committee, G. A. A., Newspaper, "M i ss Collegi- ate," German, Nat. Honor, Lettergirl, C. I. C. intelligent, likeable, talka- tive GRADUATES KEMPE. LILLIAN M. "Lola" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., Class Gift Commit- tee, C. I. C. blonde, ehunzmy, persisleilf KIRCHHOFF. DOROTHY M. "Abie" CoMMERcxA1. Nat. Honor, Prom Committee, American Legion Award, G. A. A. versatile. friendly, pretty KLOTZ. ETHEI. M. "Gigs" CoMMERc1AL Treasurer Senior Class, Ring Committee, Clean-Up, G. A. A., Attendance Clerk, C. I. C. nlerl, friendly, popular KNOBLOCK. HELEN E. "Nobby" CoMMERcxAL C. I. C. quiel. serious, erlpolzle KOLBE. CORINNE R. "Corky" COMMERCIAL Volleyball Captain, Bowling, "Miss Collegiate," "What Price Jewel." ehummy, cheerful, zeiffy KREMER. LORRAINE M. "Zeke" COMMERCIAL Swimming, G. A. A., C. I. C. happy, reserved, obligiug KRUGER. IDA M. COMMERCIAL Class Day Committee, "Miss Collegiate," Girls' Glee. prefly, pefife, pleasanf KUER. IOHN E. "Johnnie" SCIENCI' Latin. Beto, A Cappella, C. I. C. ejfieienl, amusing, friendly LANGEL. ELAINE C. "I.a'nny" CoMMmu11A1. C. I. C. jolly, perl, peppy LARSEN. RUTH I.. "Roo" CoMM1-tlwml. French, C. I. C. rep. reliulrle, lmppy, lilfenble LAWSON. EUGENE T. "Gene" CoMMi-:no1A1. Hall Guard, Mixed Chorus, C. I. C. Heal, eflieieizf, reserved LIPKOWITZ. MORTON R. "Red" I.ANouAm-1 French, Latin, Nat. Honor, Senior Play, Mixed Chorus, R. O. T. C., Newspaper rep. industrious, diligent, eordfnl LISACK. ANTHONY l. "Tony" CoMM1-:1:o1AL C. I. C., Basketball Manager, Lettermen, Prom Committee. emzserrafive, quiet, friendly MANCUSO. DONALD I. "Duke" CoMMmuz1A1. Hall Guard, Prom Commit- tee, "Miss Collegiate," C. I. C. handsome, husky, humorous I 21 l i l MELNITZKE. MAGADALENE M. "Mug" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Safety, Student Council. qu frff, friwldlil. l'0?lSl'VllfIfI'l7!' MEYER, EUGENE R. "Grevl.f" COMMERCIAL Basketball, T r a c k, Letter- men, Hall Guard, Cheer- l e a d e r, Prom Committee, Usher. wiffy, ejferivesz-r'11f, ofhlefic MEYER. ROBERT G. "Bob" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Glee, Stamp. winsome, bold, rl1'I'I1'my MEYERS. PIERCE I. "Bud" COMMERCIAL Baseball, Capt. Football, Bas- ketball, C. I. C., Hall Guard, Lettermen, "Miss Collegiate." Irfhlefir, cheerful, popular MICELI. GENEVIEVE M. "Gen" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Safety repl, Clean- Up Committee, Secretary of Senior Student Council. siveef, I7Idll8I'I'l0IlS rrmsiderafr' MICHON. CHESTER B. COMMERCIAL Polish, Foreman News, C. I. C. Il1'ferrnim'rl, initifmfhw, rlurln- cious E221 MANDERINO. MICHAEL G. "M1l.-e" COMMERCIAL 1. I. C. ,1f'i':o1rIIIi'y, plus looks JANUARY MCNULTY, THOMAS M. "Tom" COMMERCIAL Bowling, Hall Guard, "Miss Collegiate," C. I. C., Letter- men. toll, HI1.NC.lZll'll0llS, talented MOLLS. ELIZABETH L. "Betty" GENERAL SCIENCE G. A. A., C. I. C. sociable, 'l7llllll'I0IlS, vheerful MOORE, VINCENT I. "Vince" COMMERCIAL A C a p p ella, Foremanual, Class Day, Senior Council President, Hall Guard. musical, amusing, gifted MUELLER. GEORGIA "George" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Glee, Newspaper rep. plnismzf, Calm, agreeable NELSON. LORENE H. "Howie" COMMERCIAL Clean-Up, C. I. C., G. A. A., "Miss Collegiate," Class Gift Committee, Safety. serene, fall, blond NEUBAUER. CAROLINE "Carol" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Girls' Glee, 2A Club, 3B Club, 3A Club. dignifiefl, wholesome, preffy OLSEN. MABEI. G. "Sisl' COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Personnel Office. l1lll'!'f, frivnrlly, cuymble GRADUATES OLSON. RUTH M. "Ruth" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Spanish Club, Intra- mural, Service Club, Senior Night. shy, nenf, 1u'1'on1n1od11fi11g PERRONE. CLEO M. "1Iuke ' COMMERCIAL R. O. T. C. Rifle Team, Fire Marshal Chief, A Cappella Choir, C. I. C., Student Coun- eil, Football. Ilall Guard. 1l'l1l1'1'ir', fr1'r'ndly, humorozas PETERSEN, DONALD "IW:-s" ARCH. DRAWING C. I. C. good Ioolciug, friendly PQOCH. HAROLD C. "Hal" GENERAL SCII-:NCR Hall Guard, Newspaper rep. friendly, quiet, lmnsslmzing PLANERT. HELEN A. "Tools" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Bowling Team, G. A. A., Class Day Committee, Girls' Chorus. quiet, sweet, friendly POLLAK. GERTRUDE A. COMMERCIAL G. A. A., C. I. C., Girls' Glee, Service. composed, pleasant, mu: iml POTOKAR. ELMER "Por" TECHNICAL Hall Guard, Drama, Mixed Chorus, C. I. C., Student Council. sociable, m'.fi1'e, leader PAULICK. ELFRIEDA A. "AI" COMMI-:'ce'AI. C. I. C.. Spanish Club. Intra- mural, Drama. Iflwalrle, good-nafurcrl POWELL. MARTIN M. ".'vIn,rfy" GENERAL SCIHNCI-3 U s h e r, Lettermen, Cheer- leader, C. I. C., Newspaper, Basketball. fall, Izundsome, nllzlrfir' PRIGGE. SHIRLEY I. "Squirvlly" CoMMr:RCIAI. Bowling, P r o m Committee, Candy Seller, G. A. A., French, Current Trends, C. I. C, siveef, preffy, nrlisfir' PROVENZA. PETER I. "Pete" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Band, Boys' Chorus, Hall Guard, Locker Guard. dark, fall, audnr-ioux RAFFAELLI. NORMA A. "Hom" COMMERCIAL Personnel, Class Day Com- mittee, Student Council, C. I. C., Service. friemlly, rlmbifious, ru-five RATAIIK. VIRGINIA M. "Virgif-" COMMI-:RCIAL C. 1. C., Life Saving, Student Council. aihlefir, 1ryre1'ubII', flll'll8llllf REICHELT. CLIFFORD H. "Cliffr"' GI-:NERAL SCIENCI: C. I. C., Intramural Basket- ball, Bowling, German Club. gourl-nrrlnred, playful lp 23 I ROMANOWSKI. CLARENCE W. "Roman" TECHNICAL Hall Guard, C. I. C., Ticket Office, Latin. lively, misc.h.ievous, sociable ROTZOLL. HARRY V. "Hair" TECHNICAL Safety Council, Boys' Chorus, C. I. C., Technical Club, Print Shop Foreman. shy, sedate, patient ROZETKE. MARIE I. "Mei-dy" COMMERCIAL C. I. C. polite, sedate, ii1rIi1'1':Iual SCI-IERER. FRANCES M. COMMERCIAL C. I. C. quiet, shy, friendly SCHMIDT. EMILE A. "Smitty" COMMERCIAL G. A. A.. C. I. C., Glee, Candy Seller, Lettergirl, Bowling, Graduation C O m m i t te e, Drama. frolicsome, agreeable, reliable SCHNEIDER. IOHN G. "Schnitz" SCIENCE Baseball, Hall Guard, Intra- mural, B a s e b al l, Football, Basketball. calm, tall, friendly i241 ROCHAMBEAU, DALE L. "Rocky" SPECIAL ARTS G. A. A., C. I. C., Advanced Art, Riding, Spanish, Senior Night Committee. beautiful, friendly, likeable IANUARY RODE. GRACE M. "Grassy" COMMERCIAL G A. A., C. I. C., Service, Cap and Gown Committee, Person- nel, Bowling, Math Club. quiet, petite, sweet SCHOLZ. WILLIAM E. "Brother" TECHNICAL Basketball, Football, Bowl- ing, C. I. C., Hall Guard, Beto Club. unassuming, mischievous, bold SCHUELER. SHIRLEY R. "Shirl" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., G. A. A., French. efficient, friendly, likeable SCHWAR11. LUCILLE M. "Lu" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., C. I. C. reserved, tall, likeable SHOSTAK. WILLIAM B. "Bill" COMMERCIAL Capt. H all Guards, Nat. Honor, Math, Class Day Com- mittee, Chess and Checker. brilliant, studious, quiet SIELOFF. LENORA H. "Len" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., G. A. A., Personnel, Prom Committee. blond, friendly, happy SIERZEGA. NORBERT L. TECHNICAL C. I. C. sociable, co-operative, sincere GRADUATES SOFKA. MARGARET I. "Mm-gr" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Spanish Club. obliging, sedate, amiable STRUB. IUNE E. "Strubve" COMMERCIAL Drama, Glee, G. A. A., C. I. C. sedate, mmrhalant, friendly SUCKOW. WALTER H. "l1aln"' COMMERCIAL Cla s s President, Football, Swimming, Lettermen, C. I. C. rep., Basketball, Prom Chairman, Newspaper. athletic-, manly, frienflly SZAFRAN. GENEVIEVE B. ".lem1" COMMERCIAL C. I. C. quiet, sincere, unassuming SZAFRANIEC. EDWARD I. "Suzy" GENERAL SCIENCE C. I. C., Bowling, Basketball, Latin. friendly, quiet, active SZARZYNSKI. CLARA S. "Clare" LANGUAGE G. A. A., C. I. C.. Latin Club. friendly, dependable, quiet TESCH. MARTHA I... "Marty" COMMERCIAL Nat. Honor, Valedictorian, Lettergirls, C. I. C., G. A. A., Clean- Up Campaign, Fore- Inan News. brilliant, alert, active STECKIEWICZ. BRUNO W. "Stock" TECHNICAL C. I. C., Polish, Hall Guard, Class Day Committee, Bowl- ing. Calm, sinc'e1'e, humorous TEUBER. CLARA E. "Claire" CoMMI-:RCIAL German Club, Honor Society, Class Day Committee, Clean- Up Campaign, Drama. rlazlr, calm. friemlly THOMPSON. DOLORES C. COM M l-IRCIAL C. I. C. happy, lznnlarous, pelnpy THORSEN. BERNICE A. "3f"' COMMERCIAL C. I. C., G. A. A., Service, Graduation Committee. stately, blomle, Sl7l!'I'I'l? THOSS. VIRRELI. C. "Th0SS" COMMERCIAL C I. C., Band, Locker Guard. musiral, shy, talented TICARIC. FRANK '7'w" COMMERCIAL C- I- Newspaper rep., Class Gift Committee. 4-ongemal, soriable, mp-pfrpe TILLHSEN. VERNON R. "Tillie" TECHNICAL C. I. C., Student Council, Se- nior Plav, R. 0. T. C., Usher, Stamp Club. snr-ialzle, tallrativv, aggressive i25l TREICHEI., THEODORE C. UTh.!l!I!'llS'l SOCIAL SCIENCE Student Council, C. I. C., Drama. witty, frifwdly, Iilrenlzle TURPIN. EDWARD H. "Tu:-p" COMMERCIAL Class Day Committee, Fore- manual, Hall Guard, Locker Guard, Band, C. I. C. :fo-operrlfifvv, guy, humorous VANNIER, LOIS G. "Shorty" SPECIAL ART G. A. A., C. I. C., Honor So- ciety, Spanish, Advanced Art, Student Council, Prom Com- mittee. tolvnfefl, artistic, ohio. VINCENT, LORRAINE "Vina" COMMERCIAL Honor Society, Foremanual, Geographic C I u b, Student Leader. sweet, si'I1r'el'1', gifted WETTERER, RAY COMMERCIAL Prom Committee, C. I. C., Mixed Chorus, Drama. witty, neat, active WHITCOMB. LAVONNE I. "Vomzie" SOCIAL SCIENCE C. I. C., Student Council. exotic, calm, pretty lf26l IANUARY TORNATORE. PETER I. "Greek" TECHNICAL Baseball, Fencing, C. I. C., Student Council, Hall Guard Captain, Newspaper. 1-lzrerfzfl, congenial, adept G RADUATES TRADER. WM. IOHN "TI-odor" TECHNICAL Football, Basketball, V i c e- President C. I. C., Safety Council. musir-nl, hanflsonw, athletic WHITMAN. BETTY JANE "Betty" LANGUAGE French, Student Council rep., Senior Night Committee. talkative, amusing, lovable WIEDENHOFT. ELAINE P. "IfVe1'ds" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., G. A. A. petite, frolic-some, gay WILSON, GERALDINE E. 'iloi-ry" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Math, Girls' Glee. swzfrt, chewfnl, intvlligmlt WOLINSKI. EDWARD S. "Ed" COMMERCIAL Hall Guard, Locker Guard, Mixed Chorus, C. I. C. studious, congenial, inde- peudwzt ZACCARD. HOWARD H. "Busta" TECHNICAL Hall Guard, C. I. C., News- paper rep. good I'mlfiI1g, ".k?t'i'f-Ill ZIEMSKI, FRANK I. SCIENCE C. I. C. n1is1'hi1'vons, sociable, itzteresthzg E .xx . Em W1 3 Q " 1' fe , S E x 5 K y, A Xf xx Rf x , X X X K X X .R V ,Xl4XfX!,x,Xf JXVX, kim r I1 m 7 3 wwf- V V i 5 gg i Mex G 5, 5 1.555 gpg 3 M E I' 3 gs , 5: R if N Q . . R A, A ,,, R. mg X 5 . as Y . ' E Q.-Q S .pa wif -fd N X S.. A - N 2 5 Q A Y' '--S . . an Q 3 Q QQ A ,Q V , ,Qxd via "ff H qgw, G g Sys?-3 35.23 rl ' rf 'fy ef 5 Q' Q a,5sw:f,, A , . 2 Q Q sn g- Ai., ,avi i.: X . ,-'I in ,Q1.,,-Wx t Y W ff vwf it . 'i .Q xA T S A K S S Q N xt X 5 A . Ni vi . Q ry S 'r 6 es Sic: ' f x"?4sf?f .. fig SQ? 'Tr B1- gg..-Q-4 we - ff W Q . Xs- 'i FS .Sig ff 5 M- wi.-:Q , 'Y .- mf SQ W ,sv 4 Q YN' h-if -' .rs .. W ,MN A' ga gag, A x Agia N in I ,I , -S+' .. 3 g"'g:Q' 1 is fiiffh ifffiwi' Q. Q an ,A . . iL.w,. -.X . ,, , Sf. , A 5 Q - Mg, ,A if my hz S 1' ANDERSON. LESTER R. "Swede" TECHNICAL C. I. C., Student Council. rcfiling, calm, modest ANDREASEN. CLARA I. "Claire" COMMERCIAL Nat. Honor, G. A. A., Service, C. I. C., Candy Seller ullzlcfic, brillirznf, cheerful ARCHER. BERNICE "Brenda" COMMERCIAL R i n g Committee, Service, Foremanual StaH, Honor, G. A. A., C. I. C. lovable, peppy, attractive ARMATO, ANNE I. "Annie" LANGUAGE G. A. A., Spanish, C. I. C., Geographic, Music. serene, petite, sociable ASH. IAMES "Jimmy" TECHNICAL Baseball, Lettermen, Basket- ball, C. I. C., Student Council. likeable, goof-nafured AUGUST. ESTHER C. "Es" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., Intramurals, C. I. C., Student Council, Cap and Gown Committee. dfhlvtic, cheerful, friendly l23l I ADAMS, IOHN F. "Long John" SCIENCE Fire Marshal Chief, Hall Guard, Projector, A Cappella Choir, Newspaper rep. infclligenf, direct, forceful 5 g 660 IUNE ALOISIO. PHYLLIS l. "Phyl" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., G. A. A., Spanish, Student Council. friendly, cordial, humorous BABLO. CHESTER "Chet" TECHNICAL Basketball, Baseball, Golf, C. I. C., Ring Committee, Letter- men. ufhleffc, 1'arc'frec, agreeable BACH. IUNE M. NJ. BJ, COMMERCIAL G. A. A.. Intramurals. athletic, friendly, witty BADENOCH. MABEI. "Maile" COMMERCIAL G. A. A.. C. I. C., Prom Com- mittee, Student Council, Geo- graphic. jolly, affrnctive, congenial BAKER. IOHN E. "Jack" SCIENCE Intramurals, C. I. C., Base- ball. congenial, handsofm e, athletic K I x' X IVV sAglo'U'Sgt l0'l'lN If ?Lef " . Tpdl-LNICAL OrCl1C,Sf-P34 8 a I? a nfiflil Band, C. I. .. , I Zwiilgqj ppdrglifils BALTOWSKI. OLGA S. "Lu" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., C. I. C., Geographic, Spanish, Student Council. dignified, ajfable, pleasant GRADUATES BANZHAF. ROBERT A. "Bob" COMMERCIAL Nat. Honor. Current Trends, Clean-Up Play, Foremanual, I?':'1'ein'1ri News, C. I'. C., Stu- dent Council, R. 0. T. C., Ger- man, Valedietorian. infvl igvnf, qllief. Nl"IUI1Il'!f1 BARRY, AUDREY B. "Rvd" t'omMERe1AL Editor Foremanual, C. I. C.. Nzt. Honor. Girls' Chorus, Civitan Award. IUIIISUIIIC, brighl, popular B3"K, ROGER "Hog" Cozviivll-ZRGIAL Ring Committee. A Cappella Choir, Foreman News, Locker Guard. srlzolufly, 1'es1'r:'e'1I', non- clzulnnl BAVYLA. DOROTHY M. "Dol" LANGUAGE Steno, German, Polish, G. A. A., C. I. C. good Il'!fIll'l'd, 1-'ziazwltioifnl BEBAK. IEANNE M. "Margo" CoMM1-ZRCIAI. C. I. C., Intramurals, Choral, G. A. A. fllffflfl, Izrislf, mmssuming BEHRENS. BETTY I. "Refs" LANGUAGE C. I. C., G. A. A., German. ugrccalnlcg dependable, shy BERTHOLD, BETTY E. "Beit" LANGUAGE Nat. Honor, Current Trends, Libra r y Assistant, B 0 o k Room, Clean-Up, Drama, C. . C. t'ht't'VfIl1, sfudious, capable BARRATH. BETTY ANN "limbs" C'oM1vu-:RGiA1. Current Trerds, G. A. A., Graduation Committee. lIffl'lll'fIUl', sopllisfirriferi, fICjIt'II!Illlllt' 1 f' X. .Cyl l V, I' . 1' .-I'.-- ,fvlrizili ' TI-4' BILLINGHAM. LOIS M. "Lo" CoMM1cnG:Al. Nat. Honor, Class Secretary, IJ. A. R. Citizenship Award, lettergirl, C. I. C., G. A. A., Iatin, Service. Newspaper llonor, I'ulrlie Speaking. ei1:'rj1r'fi4', olrii,y.'Hg, sfluliuns BLOS. RICHARD G. "Dir-l."' Sen-1Nel-1 "Almost I':lj.fhlL'l'll,H Foreman News, Student Council, R. O. T. C., Hall Guard. I'ro,iec'or, Intramurals, Hard, C. I. C. 1lIIlIlSfPI!l, 1Ifll'l'!"IlP.'l', IIIIIISSIIIII- ing BOBER. LORRAINE E. NH!! 'JUN CONT IVIICRCIAL G. A. A. rep.. C. I. C., Prom Committee, Student Council, Usher S e n i o r Night, Geo- graphic. 4rfIru1'fi1'e, Ifl.'4'ulr'1', iuifiufizw' BOGACZ, HELENE I. "I1lomIie" t'oMMERoiAL G. A. A., Current Trends. Polish, Student Council, C. I. C., Horor. shy, unassuming, plvnsnnf BOHNHOFF. NORMA H. "Norm" Comm!-ZRGIAI. G. A. A., C. I. C., Student Leader, Student C o u n e i l, Class Day Committee, Intra- murals. s1uz'1'f, o'r'iging, sporfim' BCRCH, LORRAINE E. "IiIomIie" Comm:-mcml. C. I. C., Intramurals, Honor, Service. fall, blond, frrllclrfivc l29l BROWN, RUTH F. "l?roum,ic" COMMERCIAL Class Day Committee, Serv- ice, Oi'Iice, C. I. C. fricndlll, flgrccable, sincere BUCK. GLENN S. "Buck'y SCIENCE Assistant E d i t o r Foreman News. Hall Guard. scflate, studious, capable BUCZAK. EDWARD P. "Hutch" TECHNICAL S e n i o r Basketball Captain, Baseball, Lettermen, Intra- murals, C. I. C., Student Council. manly, athletic, daring BUHRKE. DOLORES G. "Bah:-I.-e" COMMERCIAL S t u d e n t Council, Current Trends, C. I. C., German. jolly, active, pleasant BULLER. HELEN E. "Snool.-s" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., Foremanual, Class Day Committee, Geographic, Honor, C. I. C. charming, pleasant, sociable "Lv ' ENCE I' m C mitt e, French, G. A C I . ,, ,. . flu, tzous, nnzng, small fill BORN. ELDON E. "Al" TECHNICAL C. I. C., Student Council, Hall G ll a I' d, Lettermen, Captain Ushers, R i n g Committee, lslllltllilll. allzlctic., manly, quiet IUNE BRIGHT. WILLIAM P. "Bill" SCIENCE Prom Committee, Nat. Honor, Clean-Up Chairman, Stamp, S t u d e n t Council Commis- sioner, Current Trends, Hall Guard, Intramurals. couycnial, studious, capable CAFFERO. MARGARET "Mai-gc" COMMERCIAL Class Day Committee, G. A. A., Current Trends, German, C. I. C. small, shy, serene CARFEL. IENNIE "Ginny" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Latin. calm, loyal, quict CARLSON. EDNA M. "Eddie" SCIENCE G. A. A., A Cappella Choir, Cap and Gown Committee. attractive, modest, f'ranlc CARRIGAN. IANE C. "Car-ri" SCIENCE Editor -in - C h i e f Foreman News, Clean - Up, National H o n o r, P r 0 m Committee, Spanish, Safety Council. dignified, congenial, gracious COBB. HELEN "Cobbins" CoMME.R.CIAI. G. A. A., Current Trends, Mixed Chorus. calm, intelligent, obliging COLLETTI. IEROME V. "Jerry" TECHNICAL Student Council, Commis- sioner of Assembly, Usher Captain, Manager Bowling, Class Day Committee, Hall Guard Captain, Social Com- mittee. cfficicnt, quict, dcpeiulablc C A L. CON . OSEPH T. " ' S COMMERCIAL "Al s t Ei lass . I. C., Intramurals, Student Da C ' anish, A Council, R. O. T. C. o Cappiellaf i r, S t u d e Council, Sur r e Tv Qgnany , llgU0ll7l0ll-K pzusical, pretty J 93.11- CANNIZZARO. EDWARD M. "New York" SCIENCE Baseball, C I. C. serious, faithful, obliging CONNOLLEY. IUNE L. COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Girls' Chorus, June Editor Foremanual, Civitan Award. pretty, charming, gay CORDA, ROBERT I. UBOIJU COMMERCIAL Boys' Chorus, C. I. C. fall, reserved, neat CUTTONE. MICHAEL "Mick" TECHNICAL Safety Council, Usher, Ticket Office, Hall Guard, Student Council. humorous, sociable, small CZOSEK. GRACE C. "Dimples" COMMERCIAL Student Council, Polish, ur rent Trends, C. I. C. sincere, independent, df ure U DA ROWS . AD " ' SCIENCE Committe oI'. reserved czent, bitio s P1'OjectOr, 'e 'v' e, Clas' I reserved, easy-going q DAVIS. D. IACK "Dar" COMMERCIAL C. I. C. versatile, capable, courteous DE FRENNE, ALBERT "Al" SCIENCE Latin, C. I. C., R. O. T. C., Hall Guard handsome, reserved, manly DE KEUKELAERE. EMIL C. "B1,LdH COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Student Council, In- tra-Football, Hall Guard. carefree, modest, ajfable DEMPSEY. GEORGE COMMERCIAL Hall Guard, C. I. C. serious, dignified, pleasant DOMBROWSKI. ISABELLE M. "Issy" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., G. A. A., Student Council. trustworthy, subtle, tall DUDDA. EUGENIA M. "Jean" COMMERCIAL Current Trends, C. I. C. unassunzing, amusing, non- chalant i31l WL. as DURAND, MILDRED M. "Million SCIENCE Class Day Committee, Fore- manual, Current T r e n d s, French, Math, Music, Person- nel, Library Assistant, C. I. C. quiet, pleasant, obliging DURICA. MILDRED I. "MltZ', COMMERCIAL Drama, C. I. C., Foreman News, G. A. A., Honor, Prom Committee. jolly, interesting, dependable ECKARDT. HAROLD E. "Hair" TECHNICAL Usher, C. I. C. aggressive, studious, jolly EDIN. SHIRLEY A. "Shy" COMMERCIAL Class Day Committee, C. I. C. rep., Girls' Glee, French, Usher Senio Night, Drama, Student Coun il, G. A. A. a tra .i e, ommodating r ful M I SCIENCE easurer Student Council lli G 'lass Day Committee, Serv: Ice. original, democratic, scintillating EHRLICH. DORIS "Touts" SCIENCE Latin, Drama, C. I. C. sophisticated, agreeable, care- free i323 DUDEK, FLORENCE I.. "Date" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., Current Trends, Polish, Radio, C. I. C., French, Student Council. calm, obliging, dependable IUNE DUFFY, ROBERT "Duff" COMMERCIAL Foreman News, Hall Guard, Box Oiiice, C. I. C. humorous, artistic, unassum- ing ELIASEN. EDWARD "Eli" SCIENCE Swimming, Lettermen. quiet, athletic, sincere ELWART. DOROTHY R. "Dot" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., G. A. A., Student Council. attentive, tdctful, calm ENGEI.. EVELYN "Ev" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., Student Council, Geographic, Student Assis- tant, C. I. C., Current Trends, Math, Senior Night Commit- tee, Life Saving, Basketball. cordial, sparkling, active ENZENBACHEH, ROBERT I.. "Bob" ART Advanced Art, Poster Con- test. shy, artistic, dignified ERK. KATHERINE G. "K" COMMERCIAL National Honor, German, Personnel, Prom Committee, Drama, C. I. C., Student C o u n c i l , Newspaper rep., Safety, Current Trends. vivacious, accommodating, sweet EZOP, RITA D. HRIIBH COMMERCIAL G. A. A., Ring Committee, Student Council, C. I. C. friendly, tall, co-operative 03Cwfi4fV GRADUATES FEEBECK. LUCILE "Lucy" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., C. I. C., Cheer- leader, Intramurals, Life Saving. shy, athletic, cheerful FILIPECK. GLADYS M. SEQUENCES National Honor, Library, Newspaper, G. A. A., Current Trends, Personnel. fall, noizchalanl, ejicient fvj' FINLAY. GEORGE "Slim" COMMERCIAL Football, Current Trends, C. I. C., Prom Commitee. debonair, clever, athletic FOSS. ELAINE M. "Smiles" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., C. I. C., Honor, Latin, Geographic, Student Council, Girls' Chorus, "Al- most Eighteen." nonchalanf, likeable, blonde FRAHM. ELEANOR H. "El" COMMERCIAL Safety, Math. red-haired, friendly FREITAG. ELAINE M. COMMERCIAL Cap and Gown Committee, Geographic, C. I. C. amiable, reliable, likeable FERROLI. RAY "Killer" COMMERCIAL Bowling, Intramurals, Band, Boys' Glee Club, C. I. C. mischievous, easy-going Sr 'D' 5519 NI . . QS f ' I .' .. .k ,. WN Q36 ,ig 'Q' FRIESE. IEANETTE D. "Norte" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., G. A. A., French, Honor, Service, Prom Com- mittee. sophisticated, ultrrlctivc, artistic FRITZ. CELESTE L. "Cewee" COMMERCIAL Honor, Spanish, Geographic, C. I. C., Student Council. fall, pleasant, friendly FRY. BLOSSOM L. "Bonnie" SCIENCE Graduation Committee, News- paper rep., C. I. C., G. A. A., Student Council rep., Band, Art, Spanish, Drama. dainty, artistic, generous GAIDICA. IOHN G. "Cafes" SCIENCE Latin, Bowling, Current Trends, Newspaper rep., Baseball, Math, Prom Com- mittee, "Almost Eighteen." fall, dark, casual 4 . GERHARDT. ANNA MARIE "Annie" COMMERCIAL Foremanual, Student As- sistant, Student Council, C. I. C., Camera, Chorus. dependable, studious, individual GIAMBRQNE. LIBBY L. ".l1mie" COMMERCIAL French, "Almost Eighteen," Class Day Committee. willy. delightful, zippy E331 GISSER. MARIAN P. "Bets" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., C. I. C., Class Day Committee, Current Trends, Lettergrirl, Student Leader. aeeommortuting, siizeere, friendly GLUCHOWSKI. RAY C. "Gomez" TECHNICAL Ring Committee, C. I. C., Hall Guard. imassilming, athlefie, energetic' GOLBECK. BERNARD I. "Berwyn SCIENCE Hall Guard, C. I. C., Spanish, Latin, S t u d e n t Council, Clean-Up Play, Intramurals. nonchalant, witty, unassuming GORHRM. IBCK "Joe" COMMERCIAL .Student Council, Band. athiletic, carefree, likeable GRACZYK. ANDREW V. "Andy" SCIENCE Student Council, Football, Baseball, Bowling, Letter- men, "Almost Eighteen." athletic., eo-operative, briek GRAMSBORG. PETER "Pete" COMMERCIAL Foreman News, Class Treas- urer, C. I. C. quiet, intelligent, ambitious I34l CIBASIEWICZ, AURELIA S. COMMERCIAL Polish, Current Trends, Latin. fflI1x'Flfl.I'1', studioils, merry r ii. - Q9-A IUNE GIEI.. IACOB F. "Jake" COMMERCIAL Student Council, Newspaper rep., C. I. C. sincere, quiet, energetie GRECO, ROCCO I. "Green CCMMERCIAI. S t u de n t Council, Usher, News, Clean-Up, Prom Com- mittee, C. I. C. talented, Iilfeqble, co-operative GRIGAI.. H. IEROME LANGUAGE Hall Guard, C. I. C. himzorous, aimlytical, cordial GRILL. LOUISE L. "Lou" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., C. I. C., Polish, Cur- rent Trends, Student Council. quiet, studious, reserfved GUCCIARDO. PETER P. "Pete" TECHNICAL C I. C., Intramurals, Stage Hand. sturdy, sociable, quiet HAAG, IRENE T. "I" COMMERCIAI. C. I. C. gentle, sedate, shy HAASE. CHARLES "Chuck" SCIENCE Foreman.News Staff Artist, C. I. C. artistic, studions, conser- vative GRADUATES HAGBERG, ROBERT "Bob" COMMERCIAL Student Council, Hall Guard. Intramurals. jestful, unassuming, 1'arefree HAMPEL. ARDELE D. "Shorty" COMMERCIAL G. A. A.. C. I. C. quiet, cordial, poised HANSEN. HARVEY I. "Ham" COMMERCIAL Student Council, C. I. C. jovial, H-501219, reliable HARAND. HE AN "Horn 0 4! NCI-1 R. O. T. C., A Cappell C. I. C., Choral. toll, dfirlf, musira I HAUCK. WARREN C. "Hawk" MIITH Math. Foreman News, Stu- dent Council, National Honor, Service, Library, Bowling, Hall Guard, Safety, C. I. C. relifrble, brilliant, congeniril HEDEREN. DOLORES I. "Dolly" COMMERCIAL Student Council, C. I. C., Cap and Gown Committee, Orchestra. toll, r'orefI'ee, sor'i1Iblc' HENHIKSEN. IRMA I. "Blondie" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., Current Trends, C. I. C. modest, sc'rious, lltlfllflll HAMMOND, LUCILLE L. "Lucy" COMMERCIAL S t u d e n t Council, Chorus, French, G. A. A. ottrm'tiIre, ,t'riendly, Sl'Hl'l'I'l' A A N N g wi' un., Qs,-f ik 1 Q ?g Gun: 2 -if 513 I , ' ,A- , 3. 'S ' I ' 3 HESS, VIRGINIA "Jean" COMMERCIAL Service, Bowling, Prom Com- mittee. small, jolly, actirr' HETH. ROGER I. TECHNICAL C. I. C. witty, quiet, pleasant HIGGIE. SHIRLEY M. COMMERCIAL G. A. A., Girls' Glee, Current Trends, C. I. C., S t u d e n t Council. attrac'tiIIc', accfonznzodating, pleasant HILL, PATRICIA M. "Pat" COMMERCIAL A Cappella Choir, Current Trends, Honor, C. I. C. friendly, modest, tall OKS. EDNA "Brenda" COM MERQfAL I . I., A. ml' I joyful, frihqy, J A ef HOOKS, EDWARD F. "Hooks" COMMERCIAL Football, Lettcrmen, Base- ball. corwcicnliozfs, considerate, c'ulturr'd I35l ISBAN, LAVERGNE E. 'AVcrn" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., Class Day Commit- tee, C. I. C., Cheer Leader, Drama, Student Council. athletie., poppy, g6'II?l'0'IlS IACOBS. SHIRLEY F. "Jake" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Student Council, Cur- rent Trends, Office. studious, brilliant, musical IACOBSEN, CLAIRE I. COMMERCIAL Class Day Committee, Drama, Journalism, Geographic, Cur- rent Trends, Spanish, Stu- dent Council, C. I. C., Chorus. rhythmic-al, jolly, likeable IACOBSEN. DORIS M. "Boots" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., G. A. A., Student Council. carefree, flirtatious, pleasant IAKUBOWSKI, EDWARD I. ".1aI.-e" TECHNICAL Manager Ticket Department, Student Council, Lieutenant R. O. T. C. good-naturell, sociable IASPER. LORRAINE H. COMMERCIAL National Honor, Service, C. I. C., Class Day Committee, OfHce. sweet, abliging, capable l36l Chg, fs. Y"'v- HOPSICKER. ROBERT A. "Hopp'ie" COMMERCIAL Band, Orchestra, Dance Band, C. I. C., Cheer Leader, Safety Council. short, likeable, musical 2 1110158 A A K . I, .' ' j i . fr' I I N.E. W 7.3, xi" 'f' K HOSFORD, NED D. ' 'tHossy" COMMERCIAL Captain R. O. T. C., Safety Council, Scabbard and Blade, Mixed Chorus, C. I. C., Hall Guard milifarisfie, handsome, shy IATCZAK. IEANETTE P. "Yonny" COMMERCIAL N a t io n al Honor, Service, Newspaper, G. A. A., Current Trends, Student Council. athletic., bright, efficient IOB, EUGENE M. COMMERCIAL C. I. C. quiet, tall, pleasant IOHANSEN. CRYSTAL "Chris" C. I. C., G. A. A. quiet, dependable, agreeable IOHNSON, INGRID "Inicio" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., C. I. C. Coy, sociable, sweet IONES. BETTY I.. COMMERCIAL Ring Committee, Cheer Leader, Student Council, G. A. A., C. I. C. . petite, peppyg poised IUBERT, DOROTHY M. "Sis" . . . . COMMERCIAL Bowling, G. A. A., Current Trends, C. I. C., Spanish, Usherette, Senior Night, Geo- graphic. conservative, studious, helpful GRADUATES KARAS. IOSEPH W. "Joe" TECHNICAL Hall Guard Captain, Safety Council, C. I. C. quiet, unassuming, agreeable KAZMER. HERBERT "Herb" SCIENCE "Almost Eighteen," Prom Committee. sociable, willy, popular X af Kaz wx KI ,- . l Qt Y 1, , r. ' ' -'J I ui .f N -. , -!. 'anim - i . Vg -ve KAZMIEHSKI. SOPHIE COMMERCIAL Student Council, Polish Club. modest, willing, sincere l IA!-f K RO . ILI. . HJ hflu ' , SCIENCE Su em N C ci ,'Class Day ' For man News Sta 1 r t Trends. fas ' us, natural, 'intelligent X KEI. . IE K err SCIENCE . T. C., rick Squad, .om etitive glatoon, R i n pr Rlfie Team qi ,.'1od-io s, se "lu W WWA' KERKOWSKI. GERTRUDE I. "Trudy" COMMERCIAL S t u d e n t Council, Current Trends, Polish, C. I. C., G. A. A. bloufl, quiet, friendly KACZMAREK. LORETTA "Laurie" COMMERCIAL Mixed Chorus, C. I. C., Serv- x ice. sfudious, efieieuf, cordial f. fier- . " Ziyi' ,. .,,,.....-. may :Albion ni Sig, fs- - E' Sf 32 og '23 il 1 0 ' is 0 life I - 3 ,L- '," in I' .tr I Y.,. A . iiill ffl' f, .1 nv' I hr' KIIAK. RAYMOND I. "Ray" COMMERCIAL Hall Guard, Newspaper, C. I. C., Boys' Chorus, Safety. honest, upright, imluslrious KILLORAN. PATRICIA A. "Pat" LANGUAGE Cap and Gown Committee, Newspaper, French, Latin, G. A. A. rlimplerl, efiprieious, friendly KISHK . HIC RD . " Hr ' I-INICAL I ye ' 1-ous, cur haired n KLANN. GRACE D. "Gracie" COMMERCIAL Newspaper, Current Trends, Student Council, German, C. I. C. nggressive, fall, composed KLEIN, IRENE COMMERCIAL Student Council, G. A. A., Girls' Chorus, Ring Commit- tee. small, quiet, friendly KLINGBERG, FLORENCE E. "Flo" COMMERCIAL Class Day Committee, G. A. A., C. I. C. fall, lovable, sincere T371 .l KOCUR. MILDRED I. "Peg" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., Lettergirl, C. I. C., Latin. sweet, cheerful, pleasant KOEPKE. WILLIAM "Bill" SCIENCE C. I. C., Student Council, R. O. T. C. quiet, agreeable, friendly We "Casanova" SCIENCE C. I. C., Scabbard and Blade, Rifle Team, Safety Council, Hall Guard, Boys' Chorus, Student Council. militarilsfic studious, likeable KOPECK. HELEN F. "Hel" COMMERCIAL Personnel. National Honor, Current Trends, Prom Com- mittee, Spanish, Geographic, Choral. charming, intelligent, delightful KOWALSKI, IEANETTE R. "Jen" COMMERCIAL B 0 w l i n g , Candy Seller, Choral, German, G. A. A. good-humored, neat l38l Y K 'ZW is Q' 9150: S.. IUNE KNOTTS. RUSSELLETIA "Rumi" SCIENCE G radu ati on Committee, Lunch Room Hostess. small, generoiw, willing KRLX. R HARD P. "Dick' COMM RCIAL R. O. T. mdixed orus, "Al QV, Eighteen," i m - f-minE?Scabbard B e. frank, t , KROPEK. LOUISE G. "Lou" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Current Trends, G. A. A., Student Council, Ardio. easy, serene, earnest KRUEGER. DOROTHY A. "Dots" SCIENCE L a ti n , Math, Service, Li- brary, National Honor, C. I. C. blond, dignified, calm KUCHER. FRANK I. "K1l6fL', COMMERCIAL Student Council, Golf, Stamp, Class Day Committee, "Al- most Eighteen," Hall Guard, C. . . frank, individual, agreeable KULINSKI, WILLIAM I. "Bill" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., S t u d e n t Council, Foremanual, Ring Committee. sociable, co-operafive, colorful RP I " 0M RCIAL n Il I, . C., G. A. . jol letic, li eable GRADUATES KURTH. GEORGE F. "Kurt" COMMERCIAL Usher, Hall Guard, Student Council, Safety, Class Vice- President, National Honor, Foreman News, Foremanual, Current Trends, Clean-Up Play Author, "Almost Eighteen." versatile, brilliant, co-operative LANDT. PAUL F. "Oily" COMMERCIAL Music, C. I. C. congenial, witty, bold LANZOLLA. MORENO "Moe" TECHNICAL Hall Guard, C. I. C. pleasant, composed, sincere LARSEN. GLADYS L. "Gla.d', COMMERCIAL National Honor, G. A. A., Prom Committee, Candy Seller, Student Council, Ger- man, C. I. C. dimpled, brainy, colorful f LARSEN. O . T CH AL Capt. R. . . C., c ard and Bla . I. C, afety Council m stie, hln rous, nonch a LARSEN. WILLIAM B. "Bill" SCIENCE R i n g Committee, Photog- rapher for Foreman News, Hall Guard, Projector, Tennis Team, Bowling, Drama. humorous, handsome, cheerful LAIISON. LOIS "Swede" COMMERCIAL Chorus, Ring Committee, Foreman News, Latin, C. I. C., Current Trends, G. A. A., "Almost Eighteen." blonde, petite, talkative KUSNIERZ. IRENE "Revue" COMMERCIAL Honor, G. A. A., Geographic, Latin. friendly, capable, sincere I UDOLPH V " udy" TEC NICAL nt Cou 'l P - ident, , ug,--f .I .:- -. .I.C., ' o Commit e. in elli e ., ' ' uiet Czfw LASKOWSKI. RICHARD SEQUENCE quiet, unconcerned, likeable LAST. MARGARET G. "Margie" COMMERCIAL Student Council, Math, Girls' Glee, C. I. C., Music. sincere, accommodating, quiet I. LAUB. VIOLEI' G. COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Current Trends, Stu- dent Council, Chorus. ambitious, likeable, sweet LA VEZZI. MARIE COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Cap and Gown Com- mittee, Newspaper, Student Council, German, Basketball. carefree, original, humorous LEDERER. ELVERA "Al" COMMERCIAL C I. C., Class Day Commit- tee, German Intramurals. easy-going, understanding i391 LEWIN, ERICH H. "Dutch" TECHNICAL Golf, Usher, Basketball, Hall Guard, Safety, C. I. C., Stu- dent Council, Current Trends. afable, obliging, neat LEWIS. TELLE T. "Stelle" COMMERCIAL Cap and Gown Committee, Geographic, C. I. C. affectionate, dainty, genial LINDAU. CHARLES "Chuck" SCIENCE S t u d e n t Council, Cap and Gown Committee. friendly, loyal, leisurely LINDQUIST, ELSIE "Els" COMMERCIAL Class Day Committee, Fore- manual, Newspaper, G. A. A., Girls' Glee, Current Trends, Usherette. frank, reliable, friendly LITAWA. EDWARD I. "Twat"x COMMERCIAL Lettermen, Projector, Hall Guard, Band, C. I. C., Golf. athletic., agreeable, co-operative LIZAK. ADEI.E "Ad" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., C. I. C. sweet, quiet, sincere E401 LEO. DOMINIC E. "Leo" TECHNICAL Usher, Football, C u r r e n t Trends, R. 0. T. C., Scabbard and Blade, Hall Guard, Safety Council. congenial, witty, friendly JUNE LEONARD. AUDREY I. "And" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., Candy Seller, Serv- ice, French, Honor. petite, friendly, intelligent LOOMIS. BERNICE P. "Bern" COMMERCIAL S t u d e n t Council, C. I. C., Clean-Up Campaign, Span- ish, Girls' Glee. frank, diligent, cheerful LORCH. VALENTINE M. HBud,' TECHNICAL Intramurals, C. I. C., Student Council. flirtatious, carefree, afable LORENZ. ELAYNE F. "E" COMMERCIAL Ring Committee, Current Trends, Personnel, G. A. A., Student Council, German, C. I. C., Graduation Committee. earnest, accommodating, reliable LUCZAK, IANINA E. "Nina" SI-:QUENCI-:s National Honor, Ring Com- mittee, Librarian, Student Council, Latin, Newspaper. ambitious, intelligent, modest LUS. VIRGINIA I. "Ginny" LANGUAGE National Honor, C u r r e n t Trends, French, Latin, Pol- ish, G. A. A., Student Coun- cil, Library Asst., Cap and Gown Committee. quiet, studious, intelligent s x MERCIA N ional r French, Pol i , Ne pa Perso , . . C. Ono ue atura depe We 5 GRADUATES MACHNIK. TED F. "Matches" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Student Council. shy, friendly, debonair MADOCH. ALLAN I. "Al" COMMERCIAL Basketball, Mixed Chorus, C. I. C., Intramurals. humorous, eo-operative, dependable MALONEY. IAMES "Red" COMMERCIAL Band, R. O. T. C., Current Trends, C. I. C., Scabbard and Blade milifarisfie, dreamy, reserved MANAGO. ROSE "Rosie" COMMERCIAL Service, C. I. C., Honor, Ticket Seller, Student Coun- cil. petile, eo-operative, depend- able MANCINI. YOLANDA I. "Pudgie" COMMERCIAL Locker Guard, G. A. A., Sbu- dent Council, C. I. C. reserved, cordial, good- natured MARQUARDT, DOROTHY P. "Esmeralda" COMMERCIAL Locker Guard, Student Coun- cil, Cterrent Trends, G. A. A., C. I. . likeable, congenial, calm MARTINAITS. AGNES "Aggy" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., G. A. A., Spanish. serene, nonchalant, reserve MADAY. IRWIN I. "Curley" TECHNICAL R. O. T. C., Usher, Stage Hand. handsome, militaristie, likeable MASS. TOM A. "Ganga Din" COMMERCIAL Class Day Committee, C. I. C., Usher, Ticket Seller, Cheer Leader, Football, T e n n i S , Hall Guard, Spanish, Math, Current Trends, Band, "Al- m 0 s t Eighteen," President Student Council. capable, congenial, talenled MATSON. SHIRLEY E. "Shir-I" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., Bowling, C. I. C., Girls' Glee, Current Trends, German, Student Council. fun-loving, dexferous MATTHEWS, LORRAINE B. "Laurie" COMMERCIAL C. I. C. slim, eager, blond MATTHIES, WILBERT A. "Will" COMMERCIAI. C. I. C., Student Council. talkative, friendly, sportive . LA I I ,chi " CO . IAI. t' on Olish, ren , u ent ends, C. I. C spa er, rsonnel. I dioi 'k, friendly MELL. LEWIS 'fLew" SCIENCE Intramural Baseball, Basket- ball, Locker Guard. flirtatious, handsome, nonchalant I41l lf 1 MICHAEL. GRACE C. "Carmichael" COMMERCIAL Current Trends, G. A. A., L 0 c k e r Guard, Volleyball, Basketball, Letter Girl, Band, Student Council, S t u d e n t Leader. afhlefic., talkative, friendly MILBURN, RUTH I. "Mil" SEQUENCES President G. A. A., Class Day Committee, C. I. C., Bowling, Lettergirls, Foremanual. athletic, charming, clever MILLER. ELAINE M. "Blondie" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., C. I. C., Student Council, Girls' Glee, Swim- ming. humoroias, gay, friendly ,f I ' ' 9,19 f-C frflff J' - f f 'r:wf"'A' mqngfusxi, HENRY 1 ' Tiny" y COMMEIKIIAL Band, O rc he ?1yr1if,Dance Band, R. O. T. . 5 musicak'husky, eager MISURELLI, ALEX S. "Medals" COMMERCIAL Hall Guard, R. 0. T. C., Pub- 1 i c i t y Committee, "Almost Eighteen." neat, gentlemanly, placid MOESSINGER, ROBERT W. "M688', SCIENCE Usher, Hall Guard, Student Council, Spanish, C. I. C. reserved, good-nafured l42l JV MELVILLE. ARCHER C. "Arch" COMMERCIAL Ring' Committee, Band, Safety, Stamp, Hall Guard, Current Trends, C. I. C. humorous, falkafive, capricious DOLORES L. "DuckyQX COMMERCIAL S t u d n tNCOuncil, C. I. C., O ,7l KK ' teen,H Me lefXCOrnhered Cl .. y Cofgrtiigefj ndy Seller. ' X' ly attractire, taleniif , I . co-operative " MOIR. DOLORES E. COMMERCIAL Student Council, G. A. A., Ardio, Current Trends, Latin, C. I. C. sensible, loyal, sincere MOLINARI. ANGELA "Angie" COMMERCIAL C. I. C. amiable, winsome, true 'BQ-S+ e4 A""'K +' A swell 'Q-Q New - Momon. wnnnsn R... 3 C," "Red" Tngfjl CSL R. O. T. C., Bowling, . . Qfq Student Council modest, redheaded, amiable MOORE. ELLA VIRGINIA "El" COMMERCIAL G A. A., Current Trends, C. I. C. sfndious, quiet, friendly MORALES, ROBERT S. "Bob" TECHNICAL Tennis, Basketball, Usher, Intramurals. sincere, likeable, pleasant MORIARTY. AGNES E. "Aggie" COMMERCIAL Prom Committee, Newspaper, C. I. C. ralrn, dependable, likeable GRADUATES MOSS. ROBERT C. "MUSE" SCIENCE Band, C. I. C., Intramurals. classic., versatile, vital MULHOLLAND, ROBERT "Cobemz" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Student Council, Softball, Football. humorous, congenial, 'rhyth- micail MUNSINGER. EDITH M. "E" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., G. A. A., Girls' Glee. blond, attractive, quiet MURZYN, MICHAEL "Mike" SCIENCE Bowling, Hall Guard, C. I. C. Sgludent Council, Band, Span- is . ,, independent, trustworthy, likeable NAGEL. DARLENE M. "Dar" COMMERCIAL Current Trends, G. A. A., Ring Committee, S t u d e n t Council. sweet, agreeable, tranquil NELSON. ESTELLE G. "Nappy" LANGUAGE "Almost Eighteen," Cap and Gown Committee, Latin, Li- brary, Student Council, G. A. A., C. I. C. gentle, naive, friendly NELSON. ROY A. "N6lS,' TECHNICAL R. O. T. C., Rifle Team, Seab- bard and Blade. tall, quiet. 'militaristic MUELLER. ALICE H. "Blondie" COMMERCIAL Honor Club, Current Trends, Personnel, G. A. A., Student Council. studious, conscientious, gentle i- 5 Q .ln Q s. , ky. .. , x. N Q NESS. HELEN T. "Nestle" SEQUENCES Nat. Honor, Latin, Foreman News, G. A. A., Student Council, Class Day, Library, Salutatorian. musical, cheerful, sweet NEVEN. PATRICIA "Champ" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Student Council, Life Saving, Ardio, Locker Guard, Student Assistant, L e t t e r- girl. loyal, athletic, likeable NIELSEN, STANLEY R. "Dane" COMMERCIAL Hall Guard, Drama, Spanish, C. I. C. quiet, casual, sociable NIELSEN. WILLIAM T. "Bill" COMMERCIAL Student Council, Boys' Cho- rus, Foreman News, Cap and Gown Committee. witty, jovial, unconcerned NILSEN, LORRAINE E. COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Student Council. calm, shy, pleasant NORDAHI.. EINAR M. "Swede" ARCHITECTURAL Hall Guard, Captain Stage Hand, Class Day Committee. Nat. Honor, C. I. C., Student Council. studious, tall, dependable E431 fl OLSON, CHESTER C. "Ole" SCIENCE Advanced B a n d, Advanced Art, C. I. C. youthful, adventurous, X reticent 4:- RCIAL I ' ,G. .L ,s ent CO , ,urren Geo hic, M ' C 6 t 977 g, a 1, I Il, O'SHEA. ROBERT P. "Bob" COMMERCIAL Ring COmmittee,,C. I. "C. gentlemanly, obliging, care- free OTTO. DOROTHY A. "DottO" COMMERCIAL C. I. C. lovable, cordial, chummy PABIS, EVELINE I. "Kid" COMMERCIAL Ring' Committee, Attendance Office, C. I. C., Student Coun- cil, Polish, G. A. A., Current Trends. friendly, sincere, unassuming PACILIO, HELEN M. "Howie" COMMERCIAL Personnel, Math, Nat. Honor, Clean-Up Campaign, Office. stuclious, efficient, loyal i44l ODELI.. MARIE I. 'tTootsio" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., G. A. A., Current Trends, German, S t u d e nt Council. witty, lilrcable, talkative 2' -41 . ...- IUNE OLSEN. BHLINE I.. "Ozzie" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., G. A. A., Lettergirl poppy, vizvacious, pretty PADIBK, WALTER M. " Wally" TECHNICAL A Cappella Choir. jovial, carefree, obliging PALOW, LAVERNE "Loooy" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., German, Student Council, Current Trends. scdatc, sweet, obliging PARKS. EVELYN "Parks" SEQUENCES Student Council, G. A. A., C. I. C., French. quiet, petite, friendly PARTIKA, LOUIS "Lou" TECHNICAL Hall Guard, C. I. C., Intra- murals. pleasant, athletic, dark PASCHEN. IRAN "Dim.plcs" COMMERCIAL Newspaper, Cap and Gown Committee, Current Trends, German, Basketball, C. I. C. jovial, reckless, friendly PAULSON, ALETTA H. "Letty" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Math, Geographic, G. A. A., Current Trends, Student Council, Choral. amiable, dependable, ejicient GRADUATES PAWLAK. DOLORES L. "Mickey" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Ring Committee, Stu- dent Council. agrecablc, understanding, pleasant PERCHAI., MARY "Per-chabel" COMMERCIAL Current Trends, G. A. A., Student Council, Geographic, Nat. Honor, C. I. C. modest, kind, capable PERKOWSKI. LOREITA B. "Ln-r" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Nat. Honor, Person- nel, Polish, Library, News- paper, Current Trends. dependable, attentive, pleasant PEHZ. ROBERT V. "Major" COMMERCIAL R. O. T. C., Major Scabbard and Blade, C. I. C., Student Council militaristic, humorous, sincere PETERSON. NANCY "Nan" COMMERCIAL Current Trends, G. A. A., Student Council, Spanish, C. I. C. shy, considerate, industrious PFEIFFER. VIOLA B. "Vi" COMMERCIAL Nat. Honor, Graduation Com- mittee, German, C u r r e n t Trends, L i b r a r y, "Almost Eighteen." studious, alert, rcliablc PFOHI.. DOROTHY "Tuddy" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Student Council, G. A. A., Personnel. sedate, conscientious, serious PEDERSEN. KENNETH S. "Speed" COMMERCIAL C. I. C. gcnerous, cu-Opcratiiw, bash- ful PHILBIN. MARION "Red" COMMERCIAL Latin, G. A. A., Student Council, C. I. C., Ring' Com- mittee, Current Trends. denture, reliable, pleasing PIRAINO. IOSEPH I. "Joe" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., French, Locker Guard, Intramurals. a musing, sociable, sincere TECI-INIC "Doc" f' er Guar C. ucsmg a .x POKORNY. LORRAINE S. "Popcorn" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., Polish, Current Trends, Student Council. frolicsome, nonchalant, terpsichorean POMPER. LEONE "Lee" SEQOENCES G. A. A., Bowling, Student Council, Candy Seller, Stu- dent Leader, Mixed Chorus, Nat. Honor, Lettergirl. sedate, sweet, stzcdious PRESCOTT. IRVING C. "Irv" SCIENCE Chorus, C. I. C. uonchalant, musical, pleasant T451 R. O. Ger- Drama Hall Guar tCounc1l, Blade, Stamp. studious, mili- RACLAWSKI. PHYLLIS "Brenda" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., Current Trends C. I. C., Locker Guard, Ardio, Polish. talkative, frank, versatile HECZEK. WILLIAM "Bill" COMMERCIAL Baseball, Lettermen, C. I. C., Newspaper, Safety, Captain of Baseball. athletic, friendly, accommo- dating REICHERT. CLARENCE I. "Bud" TECHNICAL C. I. C., S t u d e n t Council, Safety, Hall Guard reserved, persistent, clever REIHL. WILBERT I. "Will" Architectural C. I. C., Foremanual, Hall Guard, Newspaper, Manager of Stage, Student Council. courteous, dignffeel, mlm REIMUS. DOLORES A. "Dee" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., Student Council, Current Trends, Honor, Per- sonnel, Nat. Honor, Ring Committee. poised, kind, tuetful l46l PROBELL. LORRAINE COMMERCIAL G. A. A., C. I. C. quiet, bright, agreeable K .. Q . .T u 1 .- IUNE PROFFITT. LEIGHTON K. "Prof" TECHNICAL R i n g Committee, Bowling, Hall Guard, Usher, Newspa- per, Box Office. agreeable, quiet, dependable RENDER. EVA "Eve" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., Student Council, C. I. C., Current Trends, Geo- graphic, Intramurals. obliging, talented, modest HINGWALD, IUNE COMMERCIAL Ourrent Trends, G. A. A., S t u d e n t Council, Bowling, Latin, Ring Committee, C. I. C. intelligent, ambitious, ejicient ROBITSCHEK. VIRGINIA A. "Ginny" LANGUAGE Latin, G. A. A., Student Council, "Almost Eighteen." reserved, raven locks HOSENBERGER. IOHN "Rosie" TECHNICAL H all G u a r d, Lettermen, Clean-Up Play, Football. athletic, eo-operative, friendly BOTH, ALFRED SCIENCE President Nat. Honor, Gym- nastic and Swimming Teams, Prom Committee, Hall Guard. University of Chicago, Round Table Award. studious, intelligent, versatile RUMPF. RITA E. "Rem" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., C. I C, Student Council, "Almost Eighteen." conservative, tall, pleasant GRADUATES SAFRANIEC. IEANETTE COMMERCIAL Polish, Current Trends, G. A. A., Cap and Gown Commit- tee, Student Council, C. I. C. quiet, unassuming, natural SATKO. RENE T. "Rene" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., French, Class Day Committee, Student Council, "Almost Eighteen." vivacions, chnmmy, versatile SCHAACK. MURIEI. L. "Mui" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., French, G. A. A., S t u d e n t Council, "Almost Eighteen." poised, lovely, chic SCHENK. IEAN MARGARET "Jeanie" LANGUAGE Safety Council, Spanish, Ger- man, C. I. C., G. A. A., Stu- dent Council, Drama. talkative, unassuming, temperamental SCHMIDT, HELEN K. "Schmitty" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., C. I. C., Choral, B o w li n g, Geographic, Stu- dent Council. merry, congenial, pleasant SCHNEIDER. LORRAINE N. "Lorrie" COMMERCIAL Ring Committee, S t u d e n t Council, G. A. A. studious, expressive, pleasant SCHONS, ALICE K. "Al" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., G. A. A., Newspaper, Student Council, Drama, Let- tergirl, Polish. attractive, streamlined, quiet SANTELLA. ANNE T. "Tiny" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Girls' Chorus, Stu- dent Council. diminutive, dark, attractive Q SCHULTZ. ETHYLMAE SEQUENCES B and, Orchestra, Spanish, Current Trends, G. A. A. accommodating, pleasant, eficient N3 -Lal' luck g'E e5 ,Q 6 . 90 SCHULTZ. LECZARD w. - L 6 fx! "Dutch" SCIENCE K Band, C. I. C., Dance Band, f' Cap and Gown Committee. eternally good-humored SCHULZ. SHIRLEY A. "Dutch" COMMERCIAL Student Council, G. A. A. jolly, audacious, agreeable SCOTT. LEONARD N. "Scotty" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Student Council, Commissioner, C a p t ai n of Hall Guards. .5 congenial, obliging, witty 7., SCOTT. SHIRLEY C. "Scotty" LANGUAGE Cap and Gown Committee, G. A. A., Student Council, French, Latin, Senior Night. ejforoescent, opportunist, sunny SCULTEURE. LOIS G. "Fluffy" COMMERCIAL Ring Committee, C u r r e n t Trends, Girls' Glee, French, Foremanual rep., C. I. C., Student Assistant, D r a m a, Student Council, G. A. A. energetic, friendly, jolly I47l SELLKE, CLYDE L. "Selle" TECHNICAL Usher, Bowling, Hall Guard, C. I. C., Student Council. courteous, tranquil, congenial SERBIN, NORBERT H. "Nm-b" ARCHITECTURAL Foremanual Staff, Captain of Stage Hands, Hall Guard, C. I. C., Student Council. well-groomed, dependable SEROTZKE. RAMOND R. "Ray" COMMERCIAL R. O. T. C., Class Day Com- mittee, C. I. C., Student Coun- cil. dependable, cheerful, peppy SESCO. VIVIAN V. "Vee' SCIENCE Cap and Gown Committee, Library, Usherette, S e n i o I' Night, G. A. A., Latin, C. I. C. dramatic, cheerful, ajable SHASTY. DOLORES V. t'Do Do" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., Current Trends, Service, Class Day Commit- tee, C. I. C., Student Council, German. vim, vigor, 'vitality SHARRES. ANGELO G. "Greek" SCIENCE C. I. C., Prom Committee, Hall Guard. jocose, small, congenial l48l SEEBER, RICHARD t'Dick" SEQUENCES Student Council, Senior Com- mittee, Basketball, Current Trends, C. I. C. popular, versatile, capricious IUNE SELANDER. ALVEN R. "Al" SCIENCE C. I. C. quiet, friendly, neat SIFFERMAN, ROBERT G. "Bob" COMMERCIAL Pin and Ring Committee, Current Trends, Hall Guard. fall, dark, handsome SINSTOCK. EVELYN A. "Evie" COMMERCIAL Student Council rep., Honor, Foremanual, Newspaper, G. A. A., Current Trends, Li- brary, Class Day Committee. sincere, frank, generous SKARBONKIEWICZ. EUGENE "Gene" SCIENCE H a ll G u a r d, Intramurals, Gymnastic Team. athletic, quiet, amusing SKELLEY. HELEN COMMERCIAL C. I. C. dark, quiet, unassuming SKOWBONSKI. PHYLLIS C. "Dixie" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., Current Trends, Polish. serene, independent, unconcerned SMALL, WILLIAM "Will" TECHNICAL Usher, Baseball, C. I. C. shy, efficient likeable 3 GRADUATES SMIECHOWICZ. RICHARD "Smiley" TECHNICAL Foreman N e ws, S t u Il e n t Council, C. I. C. small, flejwmlulvlc, ej7'I1'ir'l1f SMOCZYNSKI, EDWIN "Smul.'cy" TECHNICAL Baseball, Lettermen, Intra- murals, Usher, Cap and Gown Committee, Hall Guard Cap- tain. MW uflzlefie, , -q'f- 6, lilrfwk MM My My Spf!! Cl Band, Orchestra, Da and, Forema ' ws mics 'hllgzlfdsszlrrzirzg le aomzir SPATH. WILLIAM nk U S A SPAYER, EVELYN I.. "b'1fie" COMMERCIAL Nat. Honor, Prom Commit- tee, Math, Service, Co-Chair- man Clean-Up, C. I. C. dainty, efficient, original SPINUZZA STEVEN I. "Him-Icy" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Nat. Honor, Current Trends, Usher, Class Presi- dent, Hall Guard, Newspaper, Drama. likerllzlc, snr-iulzle, intelligent UTWA. THAD I. " 'tuut" GENERAL l Cl reserftative t t Poli. t ent der- a io . s lili le, U' 'cndly Q 0 -0 err ire I STEVENSON. NEREIDA g ".'Vev-ritz" SCIENCE Cap and Gown Committee, Bowling, Latin, C. I. C., G. A. A. lH'lIllfI'fl4l, sfylish, poised SMITH. IANE R. "Janie" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Newspaper, G. A. A., Current Trends, Spanish, Mixed Chorus. good Ilfn1c'er', atfruvfirc 0- I fs -if s-r' 5- 6 STENZEL. DOLORES I.. "Do Do" LANIIUAGI-1 C. I. C., Spanish, Student Council, Girls' Glee, Drama. rr'sc'rIw'rl, sfylish, sweet STETCHER. IANE ".lm1ie" CIIMMERCIAI. C. I. C., Student Council. sfudious, eo-ulwrrlfiive, plcusunf STIBZENBECI-IER. IRENE I. "Sfir:iv" COMMERCIAL C u r r e n t Trends, Student Council, Polish. sovzublw, hlomlc, lHIf'07lf'Pl'Tll'd STOELTING. LOIS D. "Lo" CoMMI-:RCIAL Cap and Gown Committee, Safety, G. A. A., Current Trends. olnligfng, quiet, plerlsmlf STRANGARITCH. ANNA T. "A nn" TI-JCHNICAI. Current Trends, G. A. A., C. I. C. pcppll. small, pleusnnf STROM. LA VERNE A. "Vern" COMMERCIAL Student C ou n ci l, German, Newspaper, Library, G. A. A., C. I. C., Current Trends, Drama. rzmzgeniul, undersfarzding, pleusllnf I49l SURECK. LEONA A. "Lee" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., C. I. C., French, Polish, Current Trends. lively, amusing, frank TAHENY, EDWARD I. "Ed" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., R. O. T. C. reckless, flirtatious, nonchalant TERHACINA. GENEVIEVE N. "Terry" COMMERCIAL C. I. C. sweet, pleasant, congenial THOMPSON. PAUL "Red" TECHNICAL Football, Letterman, Locker Guard, Newspaper, Gradua- tion Committee, Clean-Up. friendly, dependable, athletic THRANE, BETTY M. "Bett's" COMMERCIAL Safety Council, C u I' I' e n t Trends, Student Council. petite, lovely, quiet THYSSEN, CLAIRE B. COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Library, Program Office, Student Council, Cur- rent T r e n d s , Graduation Committee. sfudious, bright, dexterous i501 'Qs STRUEBING. EVELYN M. "Ev" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., G. A. A., Student Council, Cap and Gown Com- mittee. good-hunzored, frank JUNE SUNDFAR. SHIRLEY L. "Sunny" SCIENCE Cap and Gown Committee, G. A. A., C. I. C., French, Band. happy, temperaniental, 'indiiziclual TRAUSCH. CLARENCE l. "Clare" TECHNICAL C. I. shy, quiet, efficient TROYK, IESSAMINE B. "Jess" COMMERCIAL Student Council. likeable, accommodating, cheerful TURNQUIST. MARSHALL "Marsh" TECHNICAL Usher, C. I. C., Student Coun- cil, Clean-Up, Ring Commit- tee, German. smiling, personality, gay TYSKA. HELEN E. "Blondie" COMMERCIAL Current T r e n d s, Student Council. blonde, congenial, quiet UMBRIGHT, LORRAINE I. "Time" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Library, Student Council, French, Girls' Glee. likeable, witty, dependable URBAN, DOLORES "Do Do" COMMERCIAL Student Council Chairman, Ring Committee, G. A. A., "Almost Eighteen." mischievous, charming, ejicicnt GRADUATES VERBOUWEN. IACQUELINE M. "Jackie" COMMERCIAL Student Council, C. I. C., French, Current Trends. conservative, sweet, shy WAGNER. HARRIETTE I. "Bud" COMMERCIAL Student Leader, G. A. A., Drama. tall, merry, nonchalant WALSH. IOHN T. TECHNICAL Foreman News, C. I. C., Hall GuaI'd. conservative, cordial, alert WANHATALO, IAYNE E. "The Finn" COMMERCIAL Class Day Committee, C. I. C., Current Trends, "Almost Eighteen." musical, accommodating, amusing WARSCO, PEGGY I. "Pledge" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., German, G. A. A. modest, neat, industrious WARTENBERG, ADRIENNE S. "Ad" GENERAL Spanish, G e r m a n, Current Trends, Library, C. I. C., Stamp, Clean-Up, Ring Com- mittee. scholastic, conscientious, capable WARWICK, LEONARD A. "Len" COMMERCIAL Hall Guard, Stamp, Current Trends, C. I. C. dark, daring, amusing VOLPE. GERALDINE R. "Jerry" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., C. I. C., Student Council, F r e n c h, Current Trends, Girls' Chorus. petite, sweet, clever WAYDA, LORRAINE "Loi-" COMMERCIAL C. I. C. blond, attractive, jolly WEBER, ROBERT "Bob" TECHNICAL R. 0. T. C., C. I. C. cordial, agreea ble, friendly WEIBLER, ARLINE M. "Butch" COMMERCIAL Safety Council, Geographic, Current Trends. sweet, friendly, likeable WEICKART. MARY H. ."Rnsty" COMMERCIAL Biology, C. I. C. sweet, sincere, gentle WEIDMANN. IJLLIAN I.. . "Lili" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., G. A. A., Girls' Glee, Foremanual S t a f f, Student Council. subtle, modest. agreeable WEIR. EFFIE W. "Ef" LANGUAGE C. I. C., German, Math, Span- ish, Library, Stamp, G. A. A., Current Trends, Ring Com- mittee, Nat. Honor. intelligent, neat, interesting T511 a active, bla ,socia WILLS. IAMES "Cookie" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Hall Guard. musical, studious, tall F . ' COMMERCIAL wllng, Student lb un I Ixed Chorus. 1 blond quiet ' I-rlfgz SK,L AG 3 n I . ., 2 ' Sl , , l WONS, GRACE R. "Gracie" SCIENCE Chairman Graduation Com- mittee, Math, Latin, Polish, Clean-Up, C. I. C. staunch, dependable, daring WOZNIAK, DOLORES G. "Dee" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Safety Council, Class Day Committee, Newspaper. friendly, cheerful, sweet ZAPFEL, RAYMOND H. "Ray" TECHNICAL Student Council, Ticket De- partment. quiet, pafienf, efficient '7 z Y I. Npn om COMMERC Om mit ee Stu un . . , Oo gy, Cu nds, y el lee gr hc, rvice l52l AL . .,,Polis, .I 9 'S ,Gi' WELLS. KEN WESSEI., RUTH I... "Weenie" I "Wess" SCIENCE COMMERCIAL Drama, C. I. C., G. A. A., Nat. Swim, Chorus. Honor, C a n d y humorous, mis- Seller, C. I. C., chievous, intrepid Bowling, N e w s- paper rep. athletic, sensible, reliable ZURANSKI. IEROME KlZee7! COMMERCIAL C. I. C., Swim- ming, Library, Hall Guard, Cur- rent Trends. frank, co-opera- tive, dependable ZBORII.. LUCILLE B. "Lu" COMMERCIAL C. I. C., German, Student Council, G. A. A., Drama. tall, studious, calm ZIENTARSKI. HENRY C. "Navajo" TECHNICAL Usher, Hall Guard, Letter- man, C a p t a i n Swimming Team. frank, easy-going ZIMKA. LORETTA I.. "Loi-ry" COMMERCIAL Personnel, Graduation Com- mittee, Nat. Honor, Choral, Current Trends, Geographic, C. I. C. efficient, studious, cheerful ZIOLKOSKL MARCELLA I.. "Mamie" SCIENCE Polish, Cap and Gown Com- mittee, C. I. C. unassuming, likeable, cheer- ful ZMUDA. ALEX I. "Rebecca" COMMERCIAL Hall Guard, Football, C. I. C. athletic, quiet, natural ZOLAD. IRENE A. "Mickey" COMMERCIAL G. A. A., C. I. C., Geographic, Student Council. likeable, sincere, cheerful FOREMAN LOYALTY SONG fTune: Notre Dame Loyalty! Cheer, Cheer for our Foreman High! Proudly we claim her Shout to the sky. Foremanites are loyal too True to their colors Gold and Blue. Our Alma Mater's best in the north. Winning more victories, We sally forth. Ever in our hearts repeating, "Onward for Foreman High !" FOREMAN PEP SONG fTune: On Wisconsinj Good old Foreman! Dear old Foreman! Lead us on to fame. Loyal spirit ever cheer you Strive to win each game! F. H. S. Colors glorious! E'er victorious! Hail the Gold and Blue! We'll back you in your aim. Be ev-er true! FOREMAN VICTORY SONG Foreman, Oh, 1-oreman, We're loyal, strong and true, Foreman, Oh, Foreman, We're proud to root for you. Fighting your battles, We hail the Gold and Blue, Cheering each vic-try that's yours. CYeah! Team! Rah!! Foreman, dear Foreman, Our Alma Mater true, Help us to gain strength anew. When we see your colors bright, Give us courage strong and right. Oh, Foreman, we sing to you. Q53 4-B's 4-B's 4-B's MR. ULVELING, 329 liU'I"l'URl ROW: Tnntillu. l,6ll'M'll. l'vh-rsml. HUIIIIUS. Wuyvr. Korlmkus, Lizlkns. llovustol. ROW 2 llva-ling. Nl1'1'4'i:l. Viskurz. Sklllnllhll. Knnwlos. Svlnnidi. lhwlu-r'. l'm-in-rson. RUIll1lll0fSky. ROV' 3: Szyxl luwski. llrym-yk, Ulkcr. Nuskrunt, llnvvslnl. Knchlvr. Mnrkowilm-ll. Wilson. Huron, 'l':1ylm'. MRS. NIELAND, 329 B0'l"I'0M RUVV: lh-rgrvson. 'l'hunh1-rpz. nllf5ll'1ll0. KIISKII. llvnry. Parks. Sl'll,Lfx'!'. Ruvs. Svhulz. ROVV 2 Xmvutznwki. I'Irivh. Buisl. I'1-tm-rson. Sillvrly. llunsvn. Lzlhrvs. liilcrw. Lupinski. WNV ri: Ninjku, Smith urski. Arm-mll, lin-inks. Juhnsun. KYUTKSI. Jumlv. llulvr. MR. LARSON, 330 llU'l"I'0Xl ROW: lmhl. xvilfll. VV1-islnlllzlllivl, VVi!k. lluior. lmwis. Caunprmm. l"lm'np::ll. l.imIh1-rg. RON' 2 lcnsen, Mully. Kun-ll. Zillnmnn. .l:u'ohsoll. SfK'Vl'IlS. Bell. Amlvrson, l.:nrs:lrsn. ROV' 3: Hvrulzl. VVOs10rp.:rn-n Iingal:umtT, Kvmp. llugann. Lalrsvn. W1-nlmlz. Ilnnraxtty, Miclkv. Frist. Q , 1 1 X IJ EJ Wx X3 MRS. GREENWOOD. 325 XX' X lllYl"I'UNl RUW: l'irrum-. l,uh5. Nl0l'l'lll'i0. Nl:njx-wiki, JB Ihllllllllllll. YYvmll:uul. liilmzln. Fuhh. HUIINUII. llfllzl-lrzl. X ' X' ' ROW 2: Klznnu. Snmllvy. Sm'hr:n'lut:l. Km-sh-l'. lictz. l'rxy- X hylski. Hyun. Gizivki. I-'ur:lmlo. Mzlrtilm. lbiotz. Klllbikli J X ' I'0h'rs0ll. Rizin. ROV' 31 YV:lg:ll0r'. Hmliii. llulizln. Whit yt - Q nvy. Yunsllik. l'cl'vmlti. Hivlznl. Slum-. 1'v4h-lmtrnlll. Nlzlli Q11-w-ki. ,l:unur::y. I.vm'll, Hulullal, lfi4'IlN'l'. Sl'lllllllllt'ht'I' Nlourv. IH l'l"I on. . llurh 4-B's 3iAIS xl, .UV 4, . Y MHS. BRAMKAMP, 330 'HM ROW: Wmlrivll. Sillllllvl glll'l'HIIlIl. Hrzly. KI'lll'1It'I'. Nvl nw Xlaurvluuk. Krixloln. Huis. li ulllkzlllllu. ll:urkle'y. l.JllP2llIIl1ll.I. . JOIIHSUII. Knminxki. Hl'l'ZilINki. '-IN. l'm'nl1-s. IHPW UIQm'l. ' 1 1 llnl1Il.IHnu Grimm. Sll'l'Ill1l'. Kl'iIllN1'. f1lll'iN 352 I hznnwn. l"u:ln:m. Hmpm-l'. Ilmlg-nn. l'1h1rt. Quinn. llillih-r. W1-ilvr. A' 3- s MISS CHRZONOWSKI, 225 l'I"l'UNl ROW: F:urin:l. l.vn:n'l. Ill IH I.ukn-N. Wnllslvin. llnvie, Him, lm In-muki. Ih-rnmly. l'vn:nr. Flnrisne. RHW 23 Hlvcwoll. NV1'rln'. l'vhI:l. Syn-rsvn. fiillllilll. I.iIg:ill. .l:llm'z:1k. riuwlmu. Xm'IQm1,fi:lsl:lsz:l. IHPW Cl' hvhullz. Hurxznl. SJIIIISUIJI. Ilrvwku u 1 I lurk. U!'l'Nllt'l', llnvll, lllqlllil. I-nl L lulh. llrunknlu. Rmnl'iu. Kullau. l55l MRS. MULDOON, 222 I!U'l"I'HNl HOW: 'I'llll. U"l'1mIn'. Nln'Nv:1ly. I'1im'rin'ii. Sn-win-iii, 162,14-ri. Ilumlzik. l'lui:i. .lcrnv:::in, Smith. ROW 2: Pri-zwonik. Siviil. 'l'r:uIm'r. SEIIIIIICIAIIII. fur pm-iiivr. i':ihsi. Kupvyk:l. Svll. l'0ivrs. i"iwli1'ki. .hula-1' -mi. U'llr:uiy. Xlrs. Nlulmlmun, RUW Ii: llollnix. l':lxku. KIIIEIUII. flt'l'llI.l. Il1'i1in'r. Alllllllllkthl. llvhzik. i'IimIifl':i. I'l'UksIl. K:lu:lIik. .Xxlux-. Nicki-ii:i. Miss MACKAY, 213 3-A'S lHl'l"l'llKl KIWVC Fox. K'0zz:iii:l. livllilvx. Iilw-A-110. l'Ull'l'iI1'ki. livin. .l:l:l:i. l.i-um-. K:llu54-mx, IH-in-l'k4ri't. ll:lii'. RUN' J? fit'IliIHl. Nli:.r1!:llm'k. Klil'yk. Xlilo-ii-. Wm-nm-rslroin. lll'i1It'Il.TlII'Il0I', Nliw Nlzwkany. William mn. Anikcrs. Sc-luwilk. i"rill.1h-ririw. S. Xlnrunivwwki. Nlnrunivweki. RUW Ii: Kvnninli. l.1IilL'!llJlllSm'I'. liivzlrzl. RXJIII. Sliirupnlllnx. 'l':nli'. .Xuii-ri. Ni-lxmi, Szliwy. lluiirn-Q. Krsiy. 3-A's 3-I-Vs 3-A's MRS. KING 217 MHS. HOGLE, 328 HU'l'TONl HOW: Il:1lI'n-ll. Svhuh. l':lul. I.uk1--. Tilllllll. l!U'I"l'0XI ROW: Norman. llrm-gvr. Lorvig. Mnrvlli, Svhlvnnm-r. .lveln-xwki. Sli-z. Kuhn.. Zinlkuu-ki, IUIW Qltqllllilllif. l'l'1'if0ll. Sorlis-. Kuslyllialk.S!nk1's,S!:lw'sz. 2: Xillllllilll, l'n-m'z4mk:u. XV1':l. Ilvllvr. Sukm-I-nn, ROW 2: llluir. Kimh-vk. Pans. Wagner, .lx s, liunilu-r. Xvt'll..lilllllN. Sanwnlski. lmni-lx, lhuu'1nin'zvk. nI'0hSlllJlll. llnulv. Sm-pknwski. Lzlhls, Swivhm, Iizispvk, RIISIIIIISSUII. Bill'lli'N. Hrs. King. IUIW 3: gl'llllStt'I'. RUN' 3: l.:n'ig:lw. Nivkus. Vnpulo. Dvrkvr, llrows. Xt'll'l1llI0l'. llllllllN'I'l. 'l'ilim'k4', .l0lmxnn. linllgzn-l'. Rohr. .lnhnson. l.uvht. Ilvrwy. llurv. Ilvmlvrson. -ll'lNl'll- MHEIIIIH- SUSIUSIII- v2lli1l1'l'. Mll1'Il'I', lwtlmlzn. l':lyl0l', Niiltlolwuxl. Skurlwk. I.:mp:s'l:lml. Y:lnl':u'kvr. MISS FLRHERTY, 322 MISS FELCH, 218 ll0'l"l'0Nl RUXV: lliskin. Sl1'llht'llSllll. lhrhv. Dc' Kvllkil- l!0'l"l'llNl RUXVQ l'1v:lll::vIisl:l. Kcrwin. Shslmlwlin. In-:lrs'. l'lJlll!lN'l'k, Duplznin. Rcinvr, Ohsl. D:wri4hlwi1'z, S1'lllit'kJl!l. Sh-nm-I. Wymlrzu. Swznmm. ll:ulx'm's4-n, l'm-M-If .lnlmwn. lflynn. U'l.s-snry. IHNV 2: Knziarski,lI:u1- sun. 4in':rHl'B'- 5k""f'l- RUW 2: Slllllilfl- Spa-llvw. mam, l"JlY'li5l. Klmpik. lmpplal. llnrn. l'illIlI0l'. Oskar, 011583. 5llYilI:I1'l'. Hjwkv. Zurnuski. Kl'l3'wkmuki. lhall' S4'hIlll'llt'lA. lmppln. Mis- Flzlln-rip. lh-ivlu-rt. llulch- .Klln-n. Rn-imus. llurtlvv. lllulnlwru. Svill. Nliw Va-!vl1. cone. Ilvluln. Kult. llryll. ROW Il: Wvgcrvr. Kos- RUW 3: Murray. 111-l'i1'kv. .IUIIIISUIL Smlnwki. lfixhur nlvllxl. SZUI. IUIIILZP. Tckip. .Xrlulh .luhvrh 'l'u1'h0wski, S4'llnl'lll'i'. lk' M:n'4'hi. XVnll:u'v. FKIIIIYIHI. llnwloy lmy Kryppl, lfryqglk. l'i1-huwicz, Kozinl, Strc'zvl01'ki, llyving. l'l'lll'l'S4'll. Ilullm--. Hom-:lu-Ili. 'I':nmm. Smm. Harrie, Nlurim-llu. 7 3-A's 3 3-A's E531 3-I-Ys 3-B's MISS BROWN, 201 MISS HOMEH, 303 llO'l"l'ONl ROW: Mclirivn. DvNl:lliv. Wintvzaili llnnny. Xcvcrzl. IIO'l"l'ONl ROW: Klinkvrs. USIIIOII. Ilnwkw. Inmlurznnln-. Nlillvr QIIIIIIU. Rolrilsvlwk. .1r:ulo.Gorilon. ROW 2: llvrvk. I"I'1'lll1ll'k. Blanlh-mn. Viviun. Fry. .Iona-Q. Slnillvrow. ROW 2: Km-inn lnmlx'wig:. l'ln'isli:inscn. .I02lll. I"r:unlw. l'lrl-cstrolii. l'nrli:lr. Miss Kunlvr. lirzwfv. Fouls. Ingrloslmy. Kzilnlkv. llinw. IIOIIll'l'. l'l:irk Brown, l":nhi:in. Clnnsvn. .h'llmrs. Cosvk. Wzlrnl. Laipilcnzl. Johnson. l... Johnson. V.. Knnmllzon. Jnlizmo. Woznink. ROW Ii ROW tl: f'Ill'ISIi2lllS0ll. Jalrk. .l:n'nlw. Wolf. Antros. Fulk. Knvvs. llvnrivll. Rolll..Inn-isc'likm'. SI01'il.1'ill'Il'l'. lliusivllo. Black Rlulolpli. Rikon. Czirlson. Jackson. l'oi:i. lliirrkvs. Ciiwlnk. l.n'lwrl. Wailvw. llnlwr. S1'lim-nfolil. MRS. TALBOT, 315 MRS. ANDERSON, 324 llO'l"I'ONl ROW: Mason. liirr. Nlnrripnn. llznrm-in. lk-'I'olv0. Wil- lIO'l"l'OM ROW: l':inp:is. ii-IIOIIIIISCII. l'wh-r. 'l'yninln. linupp kins. IIVUICIIIIIZI. Ili-zmlnn. Slirwli. llzizmwzl. ROW 2: Gordon. llainwn. 1Vri::lll. SIIJIXUT.I,t'IlllI2'l'!',l't'l'OKl1'il. Nluguio. ROW 2 ls-lnzzl. lh-ll. Nuilziujko. nilI'kt'l'. Klum-llvr. llorscll. Mix. Vvwy. Sinznlinos. liiznnhronv. Solnnwrfvlml. Nlnzw. Linrlslrzinil. l,:im:m-r llI'fl'l'- ROW Il: Lewis. Snwnlck. llW!'4'l'- Svwo. Schultz. Nlailuk. .'klllII'l'4UIl. llnnsvn. Zsnrm-4-ki. Frisl. liih-r. X1-lsnn Owirn-in. Sim-k. ximmi-ln. Mull-xi. Litllv. umm-is. Sunuvy. lmlhim. Stovltimr. now :sz l'i-:ls-rscn. Km-1-lil. 1.1-xhy. Ma-rwlitli I's'tr:nilon. llznlzinvli. l'n'lvi'so1i. Slim-lun. llirn. .Xlln-rl. Carllon. Foorlus. Slzinko. Nh-lnilzkv. .linin- MISS KEEFE, 313 MISS STEWART, 114 llO'l"l'ORI ROW: G. Rnlmino. l'ln'islinnson. i':iri'oll. lmiill. SJIIIA IlO'I"l'ONl ROXV: l.m'I'm-ii. l'lrivli. C'oln1-vi. Anilzilinn. Tlioinpson. lille. Rirvliolf. llolnws. Nlinnirli. Kirill. Slznznk. ROW' 2: Nluiss. l':islorino. Nelson. lh-ju. llulwrson. l':inkcy. ROW 2: Si-lnnimll. llzilmlaissanrm. FZIIZIIIZIITO. lawless. l'ul:iski. Iionczkowski. llvrrcn- llgmq-n, I-,ggi-lmnl, Vnrlson. Kwzlsl. Sum-o, l'ri-Scot-, 'I'ofull, All-ll! lnrnck. f'ilIIl'l'iIIII. Nliw Kootkf. lirirv. livtz, .1lt0ln'ry. Glnrzynski. lcr. Olson. Spin-k. llrown.fl?i'I-Q' ROW JC: Svlmx-ulllk-zvr. Kaur. '1ll'S1'0. Nl- lilllvilw- RUYV 31 AUUISUP- HIIENIFUIII- NVSVIQI. Gcnlilv. niun. TIIOIIIDSOII. llotfnnin. Novak. Rvsllnnn. Wnum-l'. llnlvlnun. 1 lim-ksir. Gott. Birns. Bvngson. .lncohs. llnrhnlis. Kollnllnl-'og:vl. Muir. M4-Ciilloinglu. Nlorilx. Opin-inn. Kniigik, X 3-B's 3-B's 2-I-X's 2-A's 2-A's MISS COONEY. 123 B0'i"l'llNi IIOXV: lflhlvn. E. llornlwzl. Grvuling, Doylv. Sm-haiil. llurgz. Dzivslzir. Fnws. Sims. lliskiu. ROW 2: lluroim. Lain, USlll'il, M1'C':lli'l'ic, Uruivy. l'uru-ll, Nurtllnf. B. COIYIIUX, K:iwiem'ki. iiilllllllvll xiik'Y'ZXY2l, Koiwiual. l'illQ1l'll. Swi- dvrvk. Slivkcn Uehlo. RUM' 3: Krusv. Alliszcwski, Kncznizlrck, H3lI'JlilllXYSki. Munn. Sturm. 'l'l':l1lsL'i1, i4l'Vilil1illSki Shuill. Fzlupinski. Vi'o,s:s-rvr. Shay, Blbflllilll. lhllilill. Fvhho, Nvwn. MISS MOHHISSEY. 126 ll0'l"l'0M IUWV: liilllrlill, Folllcri. l.inmi1-r. Chu-rry, Lewis. l'1-suk. Klvvzvvvski. Xvillil'l'. Z:nl'ilm'i'. Sikural. ROW 2 l,6lllZJll'1'ii3l. Kniskorn. Niiii. XVOjK'ikil'N'il'L. Hulnws. lk-mix-rsx-11. Amie-rsnn. llonck. Miss Nlurrissvy. llvnhm-r. .lnhnnn son. l'4'i0rsnn, Pusiryk, l.ill1i0llil0I'g, 0'KA'civ. Bljovn. ROW 3: Kingwulxl. Krm-fi. Zamcicr. Krzywim-ki, Sm-hultz. Foiilu-l'. Quigrlcy. Wvniv. f'1ll'I'ililiD!l, lioikcr. Ni0l'ilit'S. Anrirs-sun. Kopsul, Shurhvvk, K2liilHVill'j', Mvlvin. MISS IASINSKI, 128 ROW 3: Gollwrk. l.1-use-h. Ninlxuxwy. Prmnx. I,:n's4m, Muntgunwry. NV:ipoiish. Ninsonivk. Rey. 'I'rowln'iaip:c' llmmwnlivv. RUXV 2: Kuhcn. Krzywick. lim-llc-r. lla-isv. Miss Jnsinski, lk-vlin. Iiiis. 'l'r:iinnr. Schroll, NUIWUII. Snmls-rf ll0'l"l'0Ni ROW: lingmri. Srimlk. V. Zlll'ilVfSkll. livlmkv, Rislvy, Curr. l'unw:ny, Zyk, Szyniamiuk. li. Zuruwskn. i601 2-A's 2-A's 2-A's win. Kvllcr. ROW 2: Krvllo - - -f V . . . . ,, . VV Dvrflinski. I-':lbi:ul. n0t'llL'll0k. l'r:ln:. M1'l.s':ln. Miss .lnmw. Hlson. Blain-l'll:l. Ilvrk. Duirm-ll. S1'hl'mln'l'. Imwzlluluwkl RON' 25: llrycr. Sllllilll, Nh-tin, llczclolll. fzalrllik. Krivgvl, liualifsun. xvillllll. .luhnsun. Km-llcy. l"0mlry. Inglnwlxy Fliss. ' MH. LOVEIOY, 318 llU'I"I'UNl RUXV: Vurscll. l'2lllliS. Vzosik. l'uulvur. Jor::vlmn1. lilauh, FUl'NXHl0. 0'l.o:nry, tltzkn, .ln-nuimzf. ICUW " .lJllIlit'S0ll. Shvlur. lim'sm'r, Kvitvl. 'l'u1'lvy. Kulpzwk. Hartz. Mr. I,m'0joy. Rl'lIlH'. lla-lfrim'h. Wnrpin. lmnzllfl R4-irlnenbauzh. Frm-exsl, Bum-y. ROW 3: Silowivz, l'1'csmn, Iluluhic-ll. Strlu'hinp.:. f'll2lllllN'I'9. lhwrv. In-ikvr. Sluhln l!vlt'm1l. Boyle. liiuller, Rlll'iIlSki. Kuhn. .Xlvllullln-1'g:s-r, Brush. Yun Bl:llm'l'. MISS KELLY, 317 RUR' Il: Ncri. liilniwh. Kullzls. Nluvck. flilyil. Korncy. ullIllk1'llQlliIl. lilicllkc. llvilnnllxull. Nlum-im'. .IOI'll0Il. Fish lloylv. Dyhdulll. ROW 2: lCn,a:lwrl. Horn, lh'ng::u-11. Allkq-lo, .lnlnmm. l'IlIlil4. .l:mi1-ki. Miss Km-Hy. Dum-y. .M-dryszok llurhllolz. IMI. Koppvn. lX0'l"l'0INl ROXV: Di l'riln:1. Gm-his. U:lSIliJll'!l0, l'wl'K'Ill'I'i1'kS. I'1li:nsvn. lffilllkllllltl. liislzlml Nlulzvr, Dolurnlh. I.:1 Rock. Shillings. M311 H321 2-B's 2-B's Miss cox-zsrsw, aza BO'l"l'OBl ROXV: Villlflllilll. Iiugoz, Sullivan. Luunius, Mitcllvll. KL-udel. l,:n's0n. llanslcr. X1-lsun. lllmsuls. Zvllvr. ROW 2: Nulsnn. linenzvl, Paul. Sm-pkuwski. Mnulflcn, Supl-rgsln. Slunffcr. Ik-oslcy, Miss Cocsfcld, Mcntsvh, Sim-llonlmrgr. SlL'lllll0l. MR. BEINHART. 312 ll0'l"l'llNl ROVV: Maison. Dura. Knllu, YUllllL'Illt'l'g. Van 'l'in0. lluft. Knrijolic, Morris. l':1lrirll. Guulzmo. RUVV 2 Kujnlm. Sllllllllilll. Stein. ll.. Knnlaon. Erivksvn. VS'cn1l. Napoleon. Mr. Kvinl-url. Gloss-m-r, NIHKIIIISSOII. Gvnko Vl'0il1snl:lnl0l, Jnlulnsen. Piper. ROVV 3: Squco, Vl'ilk. E1-klunrl. Juhl. Kramer. M1-HO. Mau-ks. Hotchkiss, Kuzilnivr, Stein, .l., Le Bwlll. Wzlllonlin, Koch, MH. READY, 307 ll0'l"I'0M ROVV: Good. Anclvrsnn. Unclrvjcin. Olllnndvr. Butler. Knmvlvs. llll'lllH. Slllllll. Nclsnn. ROW 2: Knnskn ElS0lllll2lllll. Wnhn. Miller. Leicln-ntrilt. Mr. Remly. llansen. l'l:nu-rl. l'ruspcri. lirlu-,1:cr. l-'l:nlc. llnvkrnckor. MR. SOLLO. 205 B0'l"l'0M ROW: Misurvlli. fllllilfllgl, .lean Nelson, Nagel, Ankuhrunl. llutl'm:nn. lflvolyn N1-lsnn. Mun-lil. ROW 2 Fhristupllersen. llllll2,'llilllSK'l'. Skajal. Sclmck. Sollo, Noukranz, Rc-eg. Furlsun. KUW 3: l'unns, Simcrs. l'uplw Calo, Evans. Conti. Noble. llialck, Nuffer. 44 ix J 2-B's 2-B's - S 2 A' MR. PAWLICKI cmd MISS STERN, 207 and 125 B0'l"l'0M ROW: lim-ww. Krsxkv. Janus. Thcilial. Saniowski. Xllroin. S:unm'lsun. I,:ul. Ryan. l'n-llillvri ROXV 2: Zornnlw, Nlugrnusvn. Alhcriin. HI'IN'51. lmwin. Wvmlutf. All1ll'l'SUll. Soduski. llunsvn l':lwlis'ki. Stn-rn. Nlutsnn. l'imlvrski. Cwlzlrln-rpz. XV:n:m-r. l.uncIin. Sm-lurnvlnfzl. liurhr. .lm-rm-gzm. Knlliu KOH' 3: llmdflflvr. l!l'm-rkvll. lille-4'i:ll'flll. Sluhfclxl. Sfvwaunl. Slum-uso. Juskunxki. llosiivll. S1':llln'H:l RIIIIICIIIZIIS. Chrisns. Finlay. Srlnlnsslrvrgr. Kulvvrt. Ncwull. tinliv. Frnhm. Nusi. I'mh'rwmuI. tinurliv Jzmus. . MISS MELODY. 115 H0'l"l'0M ROW: filll'ElllIK'. Ewrs. Claxton. llnflingr. Miss Nlolwly. lilnim- Milla-r. .h'm:nI0. W4-ism-r Dilwlku. Urzln-mann. RUW 2: Ciltillilllli. Calrwv. Nix-kc-ls. l'nulsvn. Wood. Swzunlwm. lmlnn. Il:up:m:un Mittlehrun. Singh-hm. Rulh Nlillur. Pivk. Gr:ln1lhur::h. ROW 3: Ri0llH'l'. Kijnk. Ruwoll f'iIl'lS0ll Bm'llirm'lli. Burials. lk-hm. Griem-Im. Viff. Knmlsvn. Gross. Knrh'ru1l. limba-ri Fzlrlsnn. li 63 H541 1-A's 1-A's 1-A's MISS O'NEILL, 214 l!O'l"l'ONI ROW: l'ass:1l':l, Ohcrmziyer, 'l'orn:1tore. Nelson, Peterson. Kuhlman. Carlson. Falk. Illzirtorzum Julianm. ROV' 2: lim-ish-rcr. Morclli, Mills, Oherding, Clirzzlnowski, Otto, Miss O'Nvil. l':1ulsx-n, l':ihs1 1,4-mio. Pilllfllll. Fzllcni. ROW 3: Pclry. Paircnti, Pulte, Euthimiou. D. Nielson, 'l'. Nielson, lm Clair J. 'l'01'n:1f0re, Anderson, Plzivek, Slater. Munniun. MISS MOSTYN cmd MISS DYER. 212 cmd. 126 llO'l"l'OM ROW: Szlclmmn. Shvrcr. Gabryz, Elilnke, Sutton. Nannies. Neff. Meyers. Nlnrkowski. Forinvistcr ROW 2: Miss Dyer, 'l'ontollo. llockuvku. I'lIllI'lC'll, Ilurtuscll. YVIIINIUS. Nlllllllllilk, llrneiliilg. llurgv, linkivwitz Shlrsiuk. Nieilzivllzl, lillllil, Miss Mostyn. ROVY 3: StilL'lll1l0, Suhcyksl, Dorobn. Slltt'I'k1l. Krsly, Gruwkowska' Ilnff. Ilulmhs, ll:lrl'cH. Soholvski. Lcwzlllmlqwvski. MR. SAZAMA, 215 llO'l"l'OM ROW: Giorno. Egrclziml. Stuvk. Spas-lla. llutkowski. G-L1in'ic'k!'. Picliln. Pnhnr. Kulinuwski. .lumlv KOW 2: Nl0NOIll'lll'l'. t'i1iql1vg.:1':liii. llulziimwski. Danish. Sllilllllllllf. Mr. Sazzlmal. Mm-llcr. .lvnsn-ii. Rosimki Dziurkis-wiuz. Kulpn. Iloliun. ROV' 3: lingzzlzis. Cullvili. llzirlh. Yun llurpo. Killer. lluscnquist, 'l'urr:u-inn Nisvllallck. Slralssvr, Skurzynski. Omilzihl. Lisizlk. lui lm MISS DANIELS, 316 ll0'l"l'UXI ROXY: NVQ-ir. xvitiflllilllll. lonizi. Stahl. Svhuholl. llziki. St'llllt'ii. liubfoi. Km-ih-l. Grown. RUSS' 2: MISS EFFTING, 301 R0'I"l'UM RUW: Kziszvwski. Frisk, liciscr. Nlillvr. l's-rn-hzil. l'iiuI:i. I'a-mir. Kliliiziszi-xuk:i. Klvixisviiliiiwli llllwn. ROW 2: Dilliivli. liuziolvk, Rn-zviiski. i"k'iikl'lliHllll'T. Xziizkc. l'11Tlin::. 'l':ii1:nzn'wwk:i. l'uIkuwnik Rl llcmlcl, Nlvlnikuif. Rzikais, Rims. MRS. HARTE, 216 IIUIIUNI RUN llelnx Ili . ': am-kslrmn. f'JlSlN'l'Sllll. llmlgzson. Hoiiscn. Kay. Fuzziv. Llllllilllilllll. Knijnliv. I mrivh. ROW 2: Iluiquisi. Kowalski. Hilllllillllllll. liulilhvk. .il'flS1'll. llluiiiqlnisi. Mrs. Hanrlv. Ibuiiill. tirm-Xiu-l'. l n-wus. Jnlmsun. IKl:im'I1:n'1l. llungriurun. ROW Ii: lim-sscl. I.mniun. llnriiivlc. 11-rvai, Svliiiiliau-In-i'. Hulwr lxrlwgrcr. .xlllil'l'Nllll. llnllor. Plriukson. .'XlllllllliSt'Il. Hunt. Kulc. l,lu'z:ik. Gatos. Ruth-r. l"m-riurzi. IIISUII. l':lllt'lliHl1'iIk'l'. XYm'izcl. xv0ilSl'ill1ll'L!'l'Y. NVvlm'h. Miss Dzillin-Is. Smh'rimlll'::. lhihvvk. Kluvazvl. Srliwrisxm-, nzisi-Hi. Knpcll. S4'ili0IIllllt'I'. Kilkins. ROW 21: Mi-yn-r. l':itrim-olli. Ria-lm. Si-llmiin. Burlmlis. llvrk. Martin. Nitii. vl'IlSiL', l't'tt'l'S0ll. 'l'il'l'iiiiii, Fzlllrforili. 4-in. Wulskai. Mills. RUW Ii: l'!lSlZIYVSky, l,ng::in. f'0Tl'iilli4. lluuvk. liairll. lh-lmuth. l.:irmn. l'r:iwf0rsl. i 1-A's 1-A's li-I-YS 65 E663 MISS LAWIZN, 305 llO'l"l'OM ROW: Kinder. Stzliwzyk. Snmlvnski, Moore, Sillllek, Anderson, Silnik, Slllt'llll'k. f'nl0vm'lli:i. Di-l Vicvlliu. ROVV 2: Trippiclc. Svhwnrlz. Knhiuk, Maxrik, Julkowski, Pctcrsun. Miss l,ilXVlll. l'nll:1ck, Vluk Ci-giclski. Juretsvhkc, Ilecknmn. lilvclulk. ROW 3: Benson, Hansen, Lewis. Rizzo. Duhski, Nm-lson. Koch, Suhvlk. l'cik0l. Svliwalrtz. .l:u'0l1s4ni, llziopvk. Nohlv. MISS HERZER, 321 llO'l"l'OM ROW: Diskin. Russ. Nvmlzu, Svlmtl, llurn, 'lk-rs, Ness, Bownlun, Murray, Rnso, ROW 2: Ulrich Onugrh, lburuvzl. 1'etcrscn. Zia-vinal. lluvning. NNT. lflngcl. Hummel. Millcr. Ulrich, llollz. Walla. Rujalrski 'l':lpm'zowski. llylivzi. ROW 3: l'isz1'z0k. Switullzl. Svliwzirz.. Murlnolu. Scnnslruni. lk- John. Xl'i-jvlslank, llt'lllll'L'll'll. llutf. Cumulus. lk-rg. Chrislonsrn, Schniimll. Berger, Fcmlo. Benton. Rzipulzl. MR. SILVERMAN, 226 llO'I"l'ONi ROW: Antros. 'l'nrtorvll:l. limlrx-s. Krnpifkn. Burvia. l'etn:irmvski. Mullnin-sun. Spin-rri. Russ, Rm-il. Iinpcy. llolz. Cali. Goreluy. ROW 2: Dum-y. Jailinkv. lncwzimluwski. Fcrroli. Olsen, lizusiiuisse-in Nnrcllof. lsclwrg. Silva-rnmn. liairlz. York, I'ii-iron. Hunley. Swcgrlcw. lAlllt'llllil. Gnllinnn. Svvlwr. ROW 3 Nlanmlcrino. Newell. llamivlvzyk. Przylulu. l'oulm-ur. Rizlsielln. Frost. Wllilv. Ouraiwi. lim-vlum-r. Turkilscn Slnlnpp. l'crvlm:m. Ruhr. Klum-. Klinm. Wukutivlnl. De Bzlrprv. 1-A's 1-A's 1-B's APPRECIATION Miss Catherine Ryan, our glamorous principal, and Mr. Harry Mr'Halr', assistant principal and boon friend of The Forenzannal, have given us such generous counsel and aid that The Forenzannal staff desires to gratefully record their services. Mis Muriel MacKay and her public speaking classes enthusiastically undertook, for the third consecutive year, to increase Foremanual sales. Although we have four hundred fewer students, due to the opening of Taft, we enrolled one hundred and twenty-eight new subscribers, thanks to public speaking classes and their coach. And we do mean Thanks! Mr. Leslie Larsen, Miss Mariel Mar-Kay, Miss Dorothy Keefe, Miss Flara La win, Miss Stella Clovsfeld, Mr. Leonard Sollo, and Miss Lillian Sheehy win our appreciation for their efforts in securing division pictures. Mrs. Rose Weiss is presented with an orchid not only for her tinancial support ot' the drama section, but also for donating the receipts of a matinee performance of "Almost Eighteen" to the football team. Miss Lucy Daniels wins our undying affection for her understanding and encourage- ment at all times. MRS. SCHWARTZ. 117 l!U'l"l'0NI RUW: Flynn. .lJl1'lliDii'lI. llJllllllINY. llnnmllow. lkt'l'Jll'2l. Phillips. 5vlnlzu'2vr. ROW 2: Stroi-il.-r. SIllUt'Zyll4ki. 1'I'1lYt'1lZil. Vomxlllzlll. KIIIIIQU. Sn'l1w:ll'll. l'l:lrk. Nlinisla-r. f1Illlll4'l'IlliIll. l.11llll'l'. MISS SHEEHY, 121 l1U'I"I'UXl RUXV: Imisliknw. Sl'll2llk. liilllvr. .lord:ln. fllll'lSlt'll401l. lioarzlrdus. l'c1l:u'lmru. Nlutsnn. NlcNliun, Nlillcr. ROW :Ez Iilomquisi. Sohillingvr. Nlvll. Klnnn. liulml. Nlairrvllo, IH-train. Miss Slum-hy. llnrbilis. l.uinwelu-r. XXX-lulurf. Liolllwzlrk. Nlitvllcll. llrznflnzln. ROVV 3: Dk'1'll'01llll'. i':lrlsnn, Ohms. Tull. Ncrlnls, Nagel. 1'll't'lll'l1'kS0ll. .1nrlvrson. llollinzvr. Kivsig. n1'2lll1lK'l. fill1llh'l'IlliIll. Km-plingvr. li67l A w F. Si i? 4 wg QM 5- is sf .Si ' ,fl 435, W3 A M , S' mf 3 Y. ,X I , .-fin ii if wr"fwm-uw----- , - ..,., .A 4. W. 4.wMmwfuuvw.1mmwwm.vx , 42 G .s ii .3 , ws NS A are X VL Y yn . X ' B " ' ,ISS UNF en: A w 3- f "x ' nyf- df v f- , w A 4 -4 E -ann- 1 0 M --F-. x A M X ,..l1.,,,W5 ',. 0 -, -'-, Rudi + . ,.,.,..,- 1 Xzf-fgiiu ' ' ,iii V 4- 4 -ff 1...,.v. - mv. -.ff M., . QSM , ..L,,M ,.-N. ,, ann 911 - e i e- ' r :- 4 V I 'z A - ,- ER in , x 5, 1 '1 w . .' 'T' ff 1' , .f . 1 ,bl . 3 Q 5 l -- Q . . 2 S . I 1 , 4 . - 4 5, ', F' ' 3 . Q , K 1 . "fg?w'gTf"f'!'rv5y5f...f?!!p'.g ' "?"ff'f'!?'f'f:'. Ag In ' x 'im ' af 8 1 ?V H . L 4 l X ' 1 :Di '-' 1 E I 4 .S E sf " . z ,, ,rm ' -K s 5 .x K 1 . gr hw. Va A f Q i , f I In '- ix 125,51 L. I Kv ' h . xv A x 6 , 4 . X affix . 9. M, .Q .5 iff 4 k k V' f 5' iff 5 if x 4 , 4 if I fx V, E 1 n .lj t Q f 8 ' 1 "' N' A .AL . . X fxfx K V' I i I M Nth' , Qvixzf :'w f Q + x . - N - fs Q. ,. W A ' fxfvv -1 'fxfibiym : Q X' W v 'A f . WH 9 " x'XfXfX Nffxfxfxw -1. GWWV A- VX. LA , I fx AW". 'fi JXXXJX yy-,V'X!X, Q ' .. V QA fxfhw N fxfxlx,-M as I , N N1-Vw xv 'Q M' gl ."'z: of r A .KEQJML 311.4 , gqd A f six: , O M ,J mf. Q - a ' fav'- ,k . .J X . . " K 4 -X A 1. x. Af' P f-'IL rr ,ai , . - Y I W, 4. v 5 - ' ig' I X it 1 '-it 1 g it E 5 xi 5 Fai! 3 f 1 k 1 Q N 1 E X. 1 Ex 5, .eg s ' .5 X, S .Q-q O 11 ' . I 0 - 49' 1 -all ii 'I ' mf r I 1 A .mg ' W .. ...A b , . gulf... i . ' 5: .' x . Agp. ,,,, 5 'li li' Jgi., .VJ "' Ml' 1, 5 4 -- , 4 an-Q A EW . ,214 A z , .. . U ' Q nw V f,,s ,Q L. v K 1 I i',Egg1!j11giBf"v .. gV..: I- ' O' r x' ,Y .. k P ' x P ' N A it s ' 5 fig- w. "WX my v . up ' ,,.-'N' 'LN' . . ,.....,... . -.,,.. ... , W.Q......e.A v 4 A 1 e regret Foremanites ie resignation of Miss C man News. Four years ago Miss Herzer began its publication and by her ingenuity added zest to the paper with feature columns, sport sidelights, cartoons, as well as the customary news Writeups and editorials. A careful examination and comparison of Chicago high school papers prompted Superin- tendent William H. Johnson to write, "Your work with the paper is a credit to you and to your school. Up to date in matter and form, the FOREMAN NEWS may safely be declared outstanding among Chicago school publications. Congratulations, Miss Herzer, upon the quality of the periodical which you sponsor. I know that such iine results have not been accomplished without a great deal of hard work." Miss Katharyne Wendt is the new faculty adviser and her experience and ability augurs well for the future of the Foreman News. Jane Carrigan is Editor-in-Chief, ably assisted by Glen Buck and George Olson, together with a keen-eyed staff of reporters and feature writers. Mr. Warren Herringshaw, Business Managr, has pepped up the repre- sentatives which accounts for the increased number of subscribers. I-'OREMAN NEWS STAFF Sl'2.YI'l'IlJ: Hziurk. Rlllk'llL'l'l. Kurth. Wvnlmlz. l':n'riu:m. Kcrlroski. Klingcr. Only. Ness. Kl'llC'QZ2ll'. STAND- ING: llnrlmc. l.lll'Sl'Il. llulinn. lluvk. Slilllllllil. Ilnlwuwski. Duffy. lli'm's'0. Slnivi-l1owi1'z. Nlclvin. FOREMAN NEWS REPRESENTATIVES I!U'I"l'UNI ROW: Mr. Ilcwimxsliziw. I'iei'scimmck. .IurctsL'hki. Iirk. Nitfi. Kzilinswski. f'lJlXiUll. Kzlllin. Tontillo. Di l'i'im:i. 'l'llUlllllSl?ll. ROW 2: Getz. XVcsscl. Jsltczzik. York. Guupp. Heiss. Kliugcr. Parks. W:m:nt:llilo. HOW Il: Kraft. Xzijdowski. Bruscllo. Fronsznk. Kan-zln:n'ck. Piskorz. Luilwig. Nlcycrs. l72l FOREMAN NE W ' as sponsor of the Fore- Books! Books! Books! Chemistry, civ- ics, history. novels. English books and more books. These are under the excellent supervision of the calm, pleasant, kind Miss Laura Kinderman and her student aides, who spend hours and hours perform- ing tedious work of arranging rows of books upon the sturdy shelves. BOOKROOM ',--..-"-- -. - l I l lull Ill ll lilu: llilllsvll. RI1'll.l'l'. Nt-lsxn. Knpivw. Miss Kllltlvflllilll. lilllllilll. l.0NVl'1ll l'll"I'l'lll'1: Wvrlc, Scwi-i'ii-ii. Pllllll. Yoh. Slim-ii. Wintcr. LIBRARY STAFF llU'l"l'UXI IKUW: Miss lfailwy. lihulys lfilipcrk. lislclic X4-lson. laixcriic Nelson. Shirley Nelson. Yiolsi Nelson. l.orr:iiiw llugzin. Alice Wojcikii-win-1. l,cunm'c l':inkic. Dorothy Klaus. Virgrinin l.us. lrcnc llcmliicr. .Xilrii-iinc Wzwlciihiirgr. l'll1llllL' llainscn. ROW 2: lflurcncc Stcinbvrgr. Yirgriniu Zurnwski. .lzinina l.ucz:ik. Iiilic Weir. lh-My lhfrlliolcl. .Kumi Stuck. .lunicc Kruse. Iflstcllc l':ip:ngn-out LIBRARY "Fan you give me a detailed report on the philosophefs stone?" "How many women voted in 1930?" "I'd like a biography of Churchill, Reynaud, Hitler, etc." These unending questions are directed at Miss Fahey, our capable librarian, who has an amazing fund of knowledge. Presiding over one of the most eflicient and well euuipped high school libraries in Chicago, she is ably assisted by a staff of student helpers. With its large and discrimi- nating variety of books, it is Foreman's fountain of knowledge. may MUSIC HAT .4l V . ,X ff" Miss Nelson takes her position on the stage. The Girls' Glee Chorus stands before her. The baton is suddenly raised . . . everyone is atten- tive . . . then as the baton descends, sixty selected voices sing one of Strauss' songs, strains of "Tales From Vienna Woods," Lang's "Irish Love Song," or "The Chimes" by Debussy. Appearing in the annual Music Festival the Girls' Glee Chorus thrilled Foremanites with a number of beautiful selections. In addition to these choruses, the popular Girls' Trio offered several specialties. Recently the music classes purchased a Federal Recording Radio which produces vocal records of the choruses. Thus, the out- standing work of these groups may live forever. Foreman is justly proud of possessing an ambitious music department and a talented directress. TS CHARMS .Q . The Mixed Chorus is one of Foreman's three outstand- ing vocal groups under the direction of Miss Myrtle Nelson. The repertoire of the chorus in- cludes a number of beautiful selections including Franz Lehar's "Vilia" from "The Merry Widow," "Hy the Bend ot' the River" by Ileis, and Schubert's "Serenade" Proclaimed by those who hear the group as possessing fine vocal qualities, the Mixed Chorus has taken great strides in achieving the linest at all times. It is continually being re- plenished with new members each semester. At present the chorus contains two-hundred fifty members. Just as the Girls' Glee Chorus and A Capella Choir, the Mixed Chorus, too, sang in the animal Music Festival. Assisting these choruses was a newly formed octet which made its debut on May 28 at the Music Festival. Vfiry'-Cl A CAPELLA Whenever you hear a melodious group performing at one of our assemblies, in all probability you are listening to the newly robed A Capella Choir, Foreman's selected group of forty-six spirited voices, which is directed by the talented Miss Myrtle Nelson. Included in the repertoire of the group are such brilliant songs as Grieg's "Great Angelic Host," "Lost in the Night," by Christiansen, and "Roll Ch ' " Nobel Cain. Th ' , ariot, arranged by e group sings June 15 at the High ' NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY For ' " ' ' eman s National Honor Society is the most exclusive organization in the school. Only the select few are admitted into the society. The club's requirements for admission are severe, but it is truly an honor to be a member of this group. Only 3A, 4B and 4A students possessing a high scholastic average may join. With Miss Costello as sponsor, the Foreman chapter is under the direction of Alfred Roth, Presidentg William Bright, Vice-President: Gladys Larsen, Secretaryg and Janina Luc ,, School Studio Party. Zak, Treasurer. A CAPELLA CHOIR ll0'I"l'0Nl ROW: llrunnain. l"l'Jlllklilll1l. Usnck. Ska' RUW 2: l'om'n - " ' lllllll. Lilllllllls. Donnizcr. Nh nnnn. Luxls. V :1g:m'l'. Slim-l'xli:ill. l'lnl:i. Nlivtlwlck Fl" Fosck. ICUXV Ji: 'I-lll!lllS0ll Nh-nl' . zrznn. Ilill. Knnninski. ,. . , itz. Olsrn. .Innii-ki Drs' . , ss-ll. nt'll!Sl'll. tilt-win-N Fu ROW 1: l'ru-roll lfn n 5 . f- 'T s LL4' " J, ' -' f.f,j.4 'L V 'q Alf., -f f' V, .,' Alfa..--C .,02!J' v V L F 3, my 51 5 . yor. lilwrl. .. z 'lsun. Slvnzil. lmvis, Urnv. ' ' ' . . ,u'n. l.u fllilif. llnrainil. l':ui- ' '- Finch. linrlec. I , . ".,t' A Usnmn. Konh-nr. l.lk. l.1lnu-r. .xllilllli Ilnssit Wmui 9 hnlll RX in lnlfy. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY B0'I"l'UNl RUXV: l':lciliu. llcrllmlil. AlIll'1'llllk Rnih Oralv Yo-' I" ' . . l.:lrsm'n. lilll'ZJlk. llrighi. Spnyvr. lflrk. l.n4 ,. . ss. l1'll'l't'l'. Knvli. flilTl'iLI2lIl. Jasper. liuch. Wm-ssol Cn ROW 3: lfilipn-ck. KlIll'Q1'll Xlwlu ' .. . ns':innrn. lTlllll"'Ilillll Xli' .. .. . sink. llilllfk. Qnirlcl lIu"'ln Ku ll lil I li 76 l IUWV 21 ,. . . ss Gisli-llll . ,,.. . r n. :nz1nt'.Spiln1xz:l. .Xlull'c:lsl'll Lnsm-z. lllllllllil, lluuslimn. Wojvikie tl lin FRENCH CLUB l . l 'S 'z . . " II. Napili I-. l.JllllIt'lIN : . J X , IW "' lfriesn- New '.':.:' ' Nil. ICINYJ: ' Q, All u1ins'. ,- 1, - : l FRENCH CLUB 'HX l 'Z 'ss '1 es' . .V lu iw! . 1 Ill. llusler. l':lul. 4'ln'l'i'x -. l llllll . . .- NX Zi: Kzunnli. Sim' ' e ell. lii':in1lluui':ll. Svliroll. ll on. kzljulm. rnunl. bikoru. ltmrof. Vt N? l , I S3 3" rs Wi ,.i a'f FRENCH CLUB The highlight ot' the I"reneh Clulfs activities this year included the construction ot' a puppet the- ater and the creation oi' puppets. The puppets are used in various comedies that are staged in this miniature theater. Ot' course. the French Club did not forget its two outstanding events ot' the year . . . the Vhrist mas Party and the May Picnic. Sponsored hy Miss Foesfeld, the oflicers ol' the clulm include Lihhy Giamhrone, l'resident: V i n c e nt XYilson. Vice- President: Shirley Reiner, Secretary: Fharlotte Oray, Treasurer. 1940 has been a particularly good Year for the French Uluh. l77l i731 LATIN CLUB Radio fans are not the only ones who take delight in hearing Professor Quiz, for the professor frequently visits the Latin Club. And when he is not present, club members take active part in contests and plays. Each member anxiously awaits the annual picnic. Other events, too, make this club a popular one. Ofiicials are: Howard Sitka and Shirley Williamson. Consulsg Dolores Koch, Quaestorg Shirley Tull, Scribe: Orville Mix and Edward Macoicz. Iiictors. GERMAN CLUB A few years ago the German Club was organized by Foremanites engaged in the study of German, in order to acquaint them with Teutonic culture. German "Gemutlichkeit" reigns at each of the monthly meetings. Teutonic songs, dances and games comprise their activities. In summer the sponsors, Miss Lawin and Miss Kinderman, along with the club mem- bers, go a-hiking. Froehlichen Zeiten? Jawohl! LATIN CLUB llU'l"I'UNl ROW: l.uez:nk. Samuelson. Williamson. Koeh. Blix. Nlaeoiel. llrenne. lluflzili. Snltpsik. Tonlillo. .-lmlerson. IHNV 2: Flyers. lhnnlmnwski. Lns. Xelsen. Fregil. Sellnenfeld. llrossnlan. Swanson. Fzirlson, lleesley. llogan. Jauslrzehski. lflngren. Quiflml. Mrs. llogle. ROW Ji: Mills. Hnening. Sims. Sniolenski. Moore. f4llSl7t'l'SUll. Kolpnek. lleise. Sllt'l'lllGlll. l':inl. lireulingz. Vl'imllni:lnn. Nlielnel. RON' 1: .Kniszewslii. Nlnore. Nelson. Nelson. ll'lllt'll'll. GERMAN CLUB llU'I"I'0Nl ROW: l'lrieh. tizuupp. Wright. Singing. l'lllll'll'lI. Weir. Wendland. Sewerien. Grill. Lederer. lflrk. IHYWZ: Miss Lnwin. Sosmliun. Nletzler. Kahlke. Olsen. Glienke. lleinianson. Silterly. llansen. Wagner. l.ung:er. Klinger. llziyyln, lillvl' Ii: Niili. Quiilil. XV:nrlenIuerg:. Sleuql-Lilly. Lorenz. l"r:ulnn. llnlter. K:lul'ln:ln. Slmsly. Nelson. l'l'eill'er. llerllmlnl. llnrekes. Johnsen. lCUVl' I: Sewerien. Slams. S0llllIlt'l'l'1'lll. Zzlniler. Nast. llnnsen. l POLISH CLUB The Foreman Polish Club is another group dedicated to the study and appreciation of old world culture. In this instance. songs, classics, plays. and dances of Poland are the objects of enjoyment. Miss Jasinski, the club sponsor. has worked diligently to make the club a success. The group is made up of Foremanites of Polish background. At an April language assembly the club sang a delightful song rich in culture Polska. The group is alhliated with the Polish Students' Federation of Chicago. It has partici- pated in several contests sponsored by the Federation. At present. the club numbers approximately forty students. SAFETY COUNCIL Devoted to the interests of safety. the Safety Council has endeavored to teach Foremanites to be "safety-minded" in a number of ways. Each division is represented in the council. The representatives are supplied from time to time with safety bulletins and material advocating safety measures. In turn. the representatives pass on safety information to their divisions. Assemblies depicting the need for safety have been a maior part of the Safety Council's activities. Mr. Morrissey is the sponsor. The officers are James Schumacker, President: Len lleckery Vice-President: Lorraine Smith, Secretary,Xand Stella Maruniewski, Treasurer. , t gf wtf? f N . if ffm., ' POLISH CLUB lK0'l"I'tlNl RUNV: Linder. Urszulak. Knlinuwski. Nlal1lsi:lk.l.llsZr'Z. Srlmns. Srnlwn. Sm-pl-mwski. Kwust. Kazmicrski. Rlnliszewski. Linder. IHIW 2: Miss Jasinski. tiilmsiowicz. llziki. Klvczvwski. Sz:lfr:lnim'. llutlek. n1ll'2llllNVSkl. Dzivtlziv. Ryhn. Nlmlcj. .Ivmlrm-jx-wski. Daiwitlowivz. Slisz. larzycki. Janus. honey. Szopkowski. Szcpkuwski. RUXV 3: Grill, Jaku- Iwk. lh-mlon. Piskoz. Supl-rgnn, Gol- olnlxit-wski. Sun-ck. l'og:mI:l. flillfll. Sun-ck. Slll'Il'lllil'1'lll'l'. Zarnet-ki. I'crkuwski. Fzusvk. llavyln. liogall ski. Fzuwk. RUNS' I: K:u'znmre-k. KlllX5'l1'il. .l:u'oh. xvillZllt'l'. SAFETY COUNCIL litVI"l'0M NOW: Nlr. Mori' Nlillvr. 'l'hram'. Wviblcr. l':n l.uhy. tk-gin-lski. Sump. llziki klicken. ROWS' 2: Nlarnnix-wski. vin-h. Schull. Anll. Dohroth, li Hnlu-r, 'I'ng0l. ROV' 3: KJ linglunml. Se-lnnimlt. Svln-nk. I.: Frulnn. Kelley. ROW I: F HMT. Rvlllllilll. Devlin. MISS COLLEGIATE Nu INl'0lilll'li4lll un Ih'o:uiwa1y was 1-vol' more ellthllsizisiiczxlly Value' " z 'Q .' mul Ullll xx u thx lllllllllillill' Mrs. XM-lss' Ill'Uilllk'li0ll ot' Xyiilllll' Hl'2lUIl'S three-:act umm-dy pm-rfmltvrl S K Night. llvcelnlwr l. Nut fm' one nmnwnt mlid interest lug in this rumzxutic siory ut' Youll, cnim 2 ha-rrws :xml lmuzllliiful vu-cds. 'Vhv L'h2ll'2lL'l0l'S, plot. and illcidmlts ilmvewlvilmg tears, laughin :xml sllslmorlsv. uppealoml lo zill. W0 nil'e1' em orcllicl to 21 splendid mst for Zlll exvollunl pm f-Ol'IN2llIK'l' whim-h zulclvrl mw more social SIIUFBSS to FOITITIHIIVS l'21lt'llKl2l1' of Iwillizult vv0r11N i1 X Miif? YiL'tm'Gla1l l'Iiiii-rsmi 'l'u-rn "liulml1y" Bakvi' Olin- Biwwstm' Wilma Fox Riuly Slum' Bn-rt Lyons l,l'lSL'lll2l l'l'im Al'll'lIlllS JOIIUS Mrs. lll0l'2.1'llll llrzilw i'lzii'ii'u Fmituim' lin-lli llzirt Roll Stuart l'Y FAST OF 'WHQ9 i'0l,l,EGl.X'l'l'I" Haig: Elm-zizm Ilunalcl l'Idstrmn l':llll0l' Potoki-1' Imla Klwu-5:1-1' Arclull Ilzilpu Tliumais McNulty Mivliacl Flynn I I,m'i'aim- llust I llnruthy Davis l Iluunc liirn I Mortun Lipkuwitz l'o1'iiim- Kollw Anilzi .-Xllvgwtti l Gloria Kziufmzui I Milrlruml Axvlsvii l Martini Powoll I Yi-riiuii Tillm-sim lizirrn llziym-A l.0l'2l Gluiillvv Ubin- IA-grail limily Wollvi' Mrs. llzlim-s lxlUl'2'2lll llmlw Flin-1' I,c'zulm-rs lfimtlmll l'lzxVmw l'mi1iptci' l lilziiiiv l"i-ri':u'i I Nlziry Vmiwsiy l-luiic Slriili I Alibi- limiti- l l,ll'll'l' llvyvrs I :xllll'l'l lim-ry: H1-rllizi Jolmsuii l l,Ul'4'lll' Nvlsoii I l,m'c1:1- lllll'lIll1'l' llonzilnl Mzirivlisu l.In 1'mic'ziiiiuni I Shirlm-y Stn-nxvl I Ilviiry linrii Qluhli Quiclil l Wm. 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A , 1. f 13 , A 1- Y' H ,M ii my U 1 K if Q A JL A x yr 3' IP CA ST Mr. William Berrv Mrs. Berry Beatrice Berry Mabel Warren Mrs. Granville Eddie Berry George Jones, Ann Sherman Sally Davidson Tommy Granville Mr. Merritt Miss Dalrymple Bob Bailey Prompter OF FHARAF 'PERS Thursday Andrew Graezyk Muriel Sehaaek Jayne Wanhatalo Dolores Urban Jo Coneannon ,, Richard Bios Frank Kueher Dolores Meyer Katherine Erk John Gaidiea Roeeo Greco Viola Pfeiffer Erie Lewin Marian Gisser Friday George Kurth Libby Giambrone Irene Satko Rita Rumpf Elaine Foss Richard Kray 'l'om Mass Lois Larson Irene Orzulak Herbert Kazmer Jerome Gripral Virgrinia Robitseliek Roger Heth Dorothy .Iubert Aa? QQ' A .-ra. szyx 'ii fig. .5-71 -. - 4 jg Nqk 1 Q X' N 1' m-v' M flb fx Ml' -f W' as '45 ' ai S w2g'X 3 -' N' ff sv ,J--Q .iz-Q3 . x. 'i . gf, , Q-iw A 1 wwptg J ,..N.............M.. . X f i :ff 5 K vw .N lr g uf vw up 1 . f N ' :iffy ' Wa : , . A Q 'i?'l'F.. . , ' ,- if ji '29 'f w Q if in Q, ' ' T ' x .4 f , . Q A Q, ' W mx 53-,K in If I l L, - J ffgmf. I 4 711 A Q- F A V Xnvs. gh jkjg K '-f , t 'fm' . , Q il- i if w f Q 1' I . Q ' i ' 77 ' QQJ S ,E 55 51 ' 1 Q 'tt Q Q A QQ fi 0 5 G 4 sv 'RW ,5 b if Q , U Q s I A N Q Q I - N A 0 kwa, N ' m X, , , A 9, Y Qi ,Q Q i I in my yxx- XV M y D V X a 5,51 if r , 3' a sm, w J Q , - I W? 2 . 1+ ""' ,g ,s3 if 11, M. 4 '- 1, af 5 f-Y' K N BETO CLUB ll0'l"I'0Bl ROYVI Olsen. llue hull. llvvsley. Gliunke, Egg.- Ht'illlJlllSUll. llislnml, Done Dohrolll. lk-tl:u'k. Frcgtl. Dj lllllll. llutvllkiss. RON' 21 l'l'im:l. ll:l,f::un:in, Sinqnlinu Slwrnmll. Sh-Hin. lin-une. llvl son. Aniszcwski. Ryclz. lilly .loh:unson. Kruse. lurnwik. I hun. f1ll'l'lllDll2l. l'lut:l. PROIECTORS CLUB Sl+lA'l'I4lll: lklawkowitrli. Butler. llovrrllor. .lm'l'nllw, Wnlvs. ROW 2: LMT. nt'l'L'!SlYOIll. Lzlrsvn, Ilmigzlcs. lxllfllllltlllilil. Sw:n1ln-rg. Jastrzvhski. Ki-mp. l'zlnpinski. HIIHIIHIII. l'imli-rski, Kulilmwski llzllf. ROW Il: Kessler. Gl'm'gvl'. lhlllvr. Krm-pn-r. Hunt. Nlullj. BETO Photosynthesis, chlorophyll, protoplasm, parasitism . . . these are but a few of the terms with which Beto members are acquainted. These terms play an impor- tant part in the work of this distinctive group. Whether the task is to determine the age of a Sugar Maple or to peer intovthe organs of a deceased copperhead, Beto members are keenly interested at all times. Because of this interest, the Beto Club meets twice each month. Members learn much on Beto Iield trips. Officers of the club include Edward Glienke, President: Betty Beesley, Vice-Presidentg Mose Heimanson and Marie Eggert, Secretariesg Jewel Brossman, Treasurerg Miss Kelly, Sponsor. PROIECTORS Foreman is very proud and fortunate to have such a live group as the Projector Service Club. It is to this club that Foremanites turn whenever a boy, skilled in the use of a projector, is needed. Without this group, it is dubious that Foreman would be able to supplement studies with classroom movies as often as it does. Under the guidance of Mrs. Jerome, the club has grown to a membership of about twenty-five capable youths. Each member must pass an examination before he is qualified to operate a projector by himself. Oflicers are Will Bergstrom, Presidentg Earl Dolan, Vice-President. l85 PERSONNEL CLUB The Personnel Club, sponsored by Miss Marie Harkins, head of the Personnel Department, was organized for the purpose of assisting in the management of the Personnel Office. The work requires a high degree of accuracy 3 therefore, students of excellent standards are selected. Personnel members gain much experience in general office work. This experience is most valuable for future positions. SERVICE The aim of this organization is to afford Foremanites practical experi- ence in office work. Approximately seventy students assist in the three school offices each day. Filing, indexing, mimeographing, typing . . . these are but a few duties of the Service Club. Miss Cooney directs the group. Muriel Arthars, Presidentg Jeanette Friese, Vice-President: Clara Andrea- sen, Secretaryg Dorothy Pehta, Treasurer. PERSONNEL ASSISTANTS ll0'l"l'0M ROW: lirk. l'1-rkowski. Quisl. Olsen. lilfllhll. Samuelson. Pau-ilio. Lorenz. ROW 2: firm-gg. Pfohl. licimus. lllvkslrmn. Kaiser. llallowski. Kopcck. la-plim-lu. llanscu. Nl:n'vhuk. Kuvh. l'Iut:l. lluwron. S'l'AXllY ING: llrczinski. Slfllllilill. .Xlulx-lxuil. SERVICE CLUB l!U'l"l'0M RUW: Orch-mzm. lla-vkman. Moow. Scwa-rin. Sinmlinmrs. Nl:lnug:o. .-Xlois, K1-rwin. Rn-isa-r. Slwrmnn Pzwilio. ROW' 2: Miss Vnslvlllr. .'xl'lllil'4. .xl'l'lI0l'. IIJIIIQUH. HK'lIllilllSlYll. llufflll. Kullio. l'11'ksIl'oln. Kuhus. Osuvh. Sloltcnlwrgz. .lcpscln l'chlzl. Bjcrkc. .l:l1m'z:nk. Nlll0llL'l'. Slmsty. Miss Cooney. HOW Il: Rocwcr. Spaycr. Svwcrcin. ll2ll'illl0WSkl. lmsny. lh-Il. '- . mm. Vzlhis. Inlwlcss. Nelson. Getz. l'lg::lll. Schwartz. STUDENT COUNCIL In September, 1939, the C. I. C., Foreman's leading organization, was dissolved. Out of the dissolution grew a new organization, the Student Council. Mr. Ulveling was immediately placed in charge of the council. Every Foremanite is considered a member of the Student Council. Each division room is represented by one delegate in the organization. Soon after the Student Council was created, it was divided into eleven separate units. Included among these units are the hall guards, the safety patrol, the ushers, and the clean-up group. In addition to the division room delegates, the Student Council is composed of one representative from each of the eleven units. At each meeting plans for improvement of the school are discussed. Elected by the entire student body were Rudolph Larson, President, and Betty Bergeson, Vice-President. SUPREME STUDENT COUNCIL l!0'l"l'UM ROW: Fznsck. Nh-lh'i1-n. Tnnlillo. Graczyk. Kcdroski. Mass. lk-rgosmi. l.:n'son. l'lg:in. Scholz. ROVV 2: Kzllllkc. VVcsscl. l.ill'S0ll. llrighl. 'l'lllllllN'I'5I. IR-llln. Only. Krllcgrcr. f'Qll'jN'llll'I'. Nlr. l'lvclim:. RUVV 3: llczdon. Ilchda. I'rlmn. Whilncy. lin-rns. Kollath. Slim-lan. Zapfcl. Qnisl. 'l'hrznw. IUNIOB STUDENT COUNCIL ll0'l"l'0M ROXV: Alllllllvlll. lll'l't'liilll. Anclcrsun. Nl1lllll0Sl'll. llihclkzl. llislaznll. Svllock. ll-Illllllbfll. Klann. llcfl. ROW 2: l'clIc!ticri. Cill'lSt'll. Marlin. Nhlrzillo. Wyciluk. ldricksnn. Lippnrl. llillllh. llohucs. Risk-y. Nlr. Vlvclinpr. ROW Il: lA'XYillllllNVNkl. limnlck. Lucxuk. Slcwurt. Minister. Knrlh. Snmlvnski. lmpcy. lluchlmlz, S4llIllll'lSUll. I.:1rson. Xlnrruy. X ,ff . sf is f" BAND ,ff " J 1 A . X 5' THE BAND Tap . . . tap, goes Captain 'Reid's baton. Members of the band perk up immediately. All eyes are on the baton. Then . . . exhilarating music pours from the cornets, the piano, the trumpets and other instruments that make up Foreman's popular band. The band, in reality, consists of three bands: the beginners, the intermediates, and the advanced band. To be a member of the latter, a student must have had experience in the two former bands, and he must be a capable musician, for he is performing in Foreman's finest . . . The Advanced Band. The Foreman Hand, just as the orchestra, enters musical contests. And it, too, is graded highly. The band also performed in the spring concert, and presented Boyer's overture. Foremanites are always eager to hear selections given by the band whenever it appears at a school assembly. BAND llH'l"I'0Nl ICHW: Zillllllvlllltlll. lluenins. f'!Il'I'. riemm. Knees, l.ipli:ui'1ll. Nlittellrrun. lll'xlillt'lll. xlilllSZt'NNlxl. Spalln. lfisli, lnszleslwy. I'oL:1nl:l. llylnlalil. lluplain. Zanller. St:nutl'er. l.arsen. Vliristioplxersen. Sinolenski. flIllIllL'l'lIIiIll. ICHXV 2: ll. lliskin. Iilnlen. Xvvlllllilllll. 'l.l'iIHlP!'ltI!l'. llusenquisl. lfregtl. l.:1.urso. Nlsinruso. .Xxm-ss. Nlillellsrun. Vrisi. Olsen. Kelley. tilienlve. lleilnalnson. lfineli. llllllilllilll. xl1'l.t'.lll. I.. lle.Iolin. llinlig. St'lllllll. Nlngnusson. 1'o1'4les. KlH'lL'I'llll. lilllll. lteill. RUNS' 3: Hills. Nluiss, t':lss:ll:i. Nlzlrkmxslvi. I'1tlu:u1ls. I.:-xvis. Ile.lnhn, l.eieluen lritt. Ilutiene. llure. ti. Nelson. Stulil-e. I'oI:ln. llnhrowski. Stzunko. llnnsen. ll'u'rell, 'l'ilieki. llraley. Mills, I'o:1ul:i. .X. lliskin. Fhrisos. llernnaly. RUN I: l.. Nelson. Rt-que. lleesley. lleise. l't'llI'S0lI. Jensen. ltklllllll. Stltlllslvl. 5l4'lIl. Leo. llonm-s. lU'llxl'I'. lhvrre. xlllllllbllikl. Hull. Koslyniak. Sllallleniss. lfli-eiunzllin. .llillllll-Ull. XVillvowski. llojznuki, l88l 'X K., n7'f f " f . l.L' wsu, , U 1 'IRL VVDQ' . ORCHESTRA ORCHESTRA' Foreman is proud ot' the record its orchestra has established. ln spite ot' the fact that Fore- man's orchestra is not among the large school orchestras. it has been given coveted ratings in the annual contests in which it participates. This would be utterly impossible were it not for the strenuous efforts put forth by the boys and girls who comprise it, and were it not for the capable director of the group, Captain Guy Reid. When the orchestra is not busy preparing for a contest it is about to enter, it is sedulously providing appropriate music for assemblies, concerts, com- mencements, and plays. The group is constantly improving through the performance of a wide variety of excellent compositions. Rowing technic and uniform bowing are points that are inces- santly stressed. This spring the orchestra presented its annual concert in the school auditorium. A large audi- ence acclaimed the concert as the finest ever presented. ORCHESTRA SI'1.X'l'I'Ill, llti'l"l'0Nl HOW: Kunka, "xl'Ullt'L.lk. lliusiello. Viskorz. Stein. .ln-rm-:.iin Sosalizin. L.imlvl'. llmln-A14-iii. Stautln-r. Si-mz.i. Ilup sivlwr. Mulcllnik. lfinn-li, lfreese. Dybtlahl. llmxuril, lluplain. llziopelt. lleesln-y. 5ll'l'lt'LI1l. lloles. Iivqiie. Ki-ntl:i!l. lfeilo. l,e-wuntlouski. llorolm. 'l'i-slirka. llornell. lfraser. Reiser. llIll'khlI'0lll. ROW 2: lflrich. Sniolenski. Spatlr. Xlali-lenski. Klllll. Kostyniak. Nlinulon-Li. llzllousek. Wykouski. llzibrouski. fillll, lh-ill. :sei ll ff s ,' -.J . J' 1 il!! In ...pf uf' GEOGRAPHIC CLUB Colored movies of Mrs. Anderson's sojourn down South and Miss Keefe's vacation out West were treats enjoyed by the Geographic Club. Interesting discussions on foreign lands as Well as our own country stimulate desires for travel. Mrs. Anderson is the sponsor. Ifllaine Mjoen, President: Bessie Sinadinos, Vice-President. STENOGRAPHY Organized in February, 1939, the Stenographv Club attempts to broaden the scope of those students who have entered the commercial field. An important event of this semester was a talk by Mr. Howard Pfrommer, ofthe Pitman Publishing Companv Mr the club, and Luella VVilkins is I' A feature ' K . s. Mussehl . . resident. , . ,ot thiscl l " ' ra ih ' ' sponsor u 1 is that t 1 y pupils s .1 Wasor ' " . . which auf " est ' ' ganized by beginning stenog- gui s well for their Continued success and inter- 1n their chosen field. f 90 1 31.1 GEOGRAPHIC CLUB S'I'.XNlllNIi: Miss Kvvfm-. Kuhn owski. lll'llllJlllSllIl. Sim-lling,1l:uupp Sims-rs. Knnsko. Wrighl. l'lvi1lu Sinzulinos. Spsnyor. W1-ihlcr. Nlimll lek, l.s-wis, l'esn'k, Knvzk. 'I'ennysou Nlilusils. Nr1ll'llllil'NYSkl. Nl j o 1' n Fogzvl. Sl'l.X'I'l'1lD: Mrs. .Kinlvrsoll USllL'll. l':iulsvn. llnnsvn. Ormlvnmnn llalhrolli. llnnn-y. l':lnzzn'n-llals. Sm-p kuwski. STENOGRAPHY CLUB Sl41A'l'l'lIJ. llU'l"l'UNl ROW: llnrrivl XVinlz:1k. lin-rnlilim' Vosvk. Shirley Wvlinorstrmn. RUW 2: Kntlnln-on U'1ir:uly. l.nn-lla: Wilkins rI'n-si rlvnlb. llvlvn xvilfll. l.ol'r:iilw Slllllll, l'n-:u'l1- 'l'urm-r. ROW tl: Virginia Svlnlivknn. lrllnim- I.:ursvn. lh-Hy Benson. lllixin 'I'r:ulvr. Dorothy llzivylu. RUW t: .Kiln-lnicle Svlllvm- llll'l'. l.illi:ln lleiilvn tSC'1'l't'lIll'yl, Luis KIM-sl1'l', lislvllu Nvlsnll. Dol' othy xvvlllllilllll. SIYXNIJIXIE: Mrs. NIllSNl'lll. .xllllI'0iI, i'I:llls1'n. Louise Arzulo. H4-len Davis. llorulliy Zur noski. l"r:lm'm's l'l'zowoznik. Blur' zurvt Nlcrrnrio, linlli l"l'4lllkt'. Maur' joriv fil't'l'llt'. Rlllll l'lilllllN"' l'lll!Il'lliJl SJlkl'N qlx, Ion. l.orr:li - ' -mlvlino ' "' " ' IH Xi-ll. I ll,..lll rI'rv:lsl1n-rw. lh-H Nlvllricn. .Xnfw-lim 5. ,, ' l.1'om', PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION Parent Education through Youth was the 1939-1940 theme. The outstanding events were the Get-Acquainted Tea in October, Open House in November with Dr. William H. Johnson, our guest speakerg the Silver Tea and Book Review in February. The P.T.A. felt that the social meetings of the students should be encouraged by providing a suitable room for these occasions. With the hearty co-operation of Miss Ryan and Mr. McHale this room has become a reality. As a lasting gift the P.T.A. equipped the Social Room with utensils and dishes, and established a revolving fund to replace broken dishes annually. OFFICERS Mrs. Arthur Robitschek, President: Mrs. Arthur Jacobsen, Vice-Presidentg Mrs. Arnold E. W. Johnson, Second Vice-President, Mrs. Herbert Carlton, Secretaryg Mrs. L. M. Hanna, Secretary, Mrs. Arthur N. Gulland, Treasurerg Mrs. Karl O. Schwerdtfeger, Auditor. CHAIRMEN Mrs. L. C. Groeger, Budgetg Mrs. Roy Turner, Bulleting Mrs. Louis P. Sehmelzer, Health, Mrs. Peter K. Vergot, Hospitality, Mrs. George C. Hanson, Juvenile Protection, Mrs. John J. Hayes, Legislationg Mrs. Karl O. Schwerdtfeger, Membershipg Mrs. A. E. Johnson, Motion Picture, Mrs. O. E. Eklund, Programg Mrs. B. G. Spahn, Publication and Parent Edueationg Mrs. Walter Scott, Publieityg Mrs. Oscar Peterson, Student Aid, Mrs. John Kaufman, Ways and Meansg Miss Mary Mostyn, Faculty Representative. I E ll Nilllllll'lSllll. Km ...Jil A x LUNCH ROOM CLUB . l4'l'lll5lX1'I'. lhnslowsky. UNK X r liU'l"l'llNl l ': mt 'NllIllllllll'll1'l4,lil'1lt'IlllllLZ. Xliss l':n' '. vtts. l.ls. Xcnlrclli. ICON J ' rll 'u4'l1. Morris. Kullvlkn. lullllll.ll1'lllI1'll.l1 I lk-ll. th-Isis. Ilowstol. llnggzxrmlus. Hang lnun. llonginrnn. l,t'lNl'Ill'1Iill. Lomlon. Mis. llfilllllxlllllli. ICON' II: llm-rrlcr. Kelly, Ulscn. COOKING l!0'l"I'UM HOW: l':nulsl'n. livin-ln-ll. llulvei un. IHWV 2: Nielsen. I':n'l'n1i. Sklnwollskl l'Iml:lk. ROW 3: Sl1'll'lll'l'. Kelly. lollwcgr. l,i:lkos. KUVY lCil'l'lln!l'. ROV' 31 ll lll'll1'I'. ROW' l: W:u:mr. Kill'-illll1'. Kin li: lhlfarlc. lUll'sIll'I'. Von ll. UlllN'h. xvllflllllll. tiiziki slsnnzu. Fossoc. ROW T: laulwig. Knnlson. ' .2 . ns- . ': Nlzm-r l7lIllIINkl. NOX! '4 lu mn X Ill Xluss. 'I'l'oj:ln. .xlllt'lH'ilIll. Lnpinski. ROV' 0 tml! Kun lion Du niuk Il: lla r , or '1",". will Lukas. Nlls. lXlll2. li 92 I GOOD EA LUNCHROOM Miss Cavoit is at the head of the lunch1'oom squadron. The unit is another of Foreman's year 'round clean-up squads. It is made up of ambitious Foremanites who are anxious to earn monogram award points and at the same time serve as an asset to their school. They not only enforce lunchroom manners but they cheerfully assume the task of maintaining cleanliness in the spacious lunchroom. Foreman is indeed fortunate in having this efiicient group. COOKING CLASS Was there, is there, or will there ever be anything more alluring than a good home-cooked meal 'I The cooking classes at Foreman are learning to prepare such a meal. The student is given the opportunity to plan the meals, set the table. serve the meal, and make her guests comfortable. Cleanli- ness, accuracy, ease in preparing the food, correct food com- bination, cost, and time are all factors taken into considera- tion when planning a meal. rw '.,,,,.,- K Www ,,.1"" ,- ,,,.-N-" ,rf .-af' --A ,,,. FIRE MARS HALS AND USHERS Mr. Morrissey's tire marshals are a valuable asset to any school. When fire drills arise the tire marshals assume charge. Likewise Foreman salutes the ushers. Under the guidance of Mr. Stadtler, the ushers efhci- ently direct students to their seats in times of assemblies. CANDY SELLERS "Candy . . . candy . . . Anyone wish any candy?" This is a familiar chant heard during the intermissions of Foreman's movies. It means that a regiment of candy sellers are descending upon the audienc a capable job they do perform! e. And what FIRE MARSHALS Mlzuns. Flnrk. Krm-gzvr. Km-Iilvl llnlurzmskl. ltvcorfl. USHEHS AND CANDY ll0'l"I'0Nl KHW. Xumllik lin rn- Nh It .r- . . 'llil' SELLERS ,.n I. Lzwzyrki. Schwilk. !'oIh-Hi. Uruy. I'0llIlN'l'. Knwzllski. l'v!lu:l. lin-cn. RUVY 2: Svrlvin. Slllllliyllikl. KJ!-l1lllll. .xllllI't'2lSA'Il Krn::vr. Kulvus, XVvssvl. l.:u'sull Kurlll. S:llnn'y. IQUXV Il: Nur ilvhl. llcilll. ft'illl1ll'Nkl. li1'kl1:ll'lll. l.Ill'QHll. Sknrhvk. Alillilvlllllk. Svullm-rv. Muck. S1111-0. lluw-slul. ROW 4: Mm-ssimzcr. A Svllkv. ' rhvns. Allllll. .ln-nscn. I'ruIlill. l'l'l1'I'4t'll. lluvk. Ilurn l'r1 lnl lmu . I 'W ". 1 sm 1 CURRENT TRENDS CLUB Will Germany win this war? Does communism pervade the United States ? Should Roosevelt run for a third term? These questions and many more are being threshed out on the floor of the Current Trends Club. The forum was organized in May, 1939, by a few interested students under the direction of the history department. The aim of the group is to afford open discussions on current topics. On April 22 of this year, the club was happy to announce that it had secured Mr. Leonard Aries, Chicago lawyer, as guest speaker for five consecutive weeks. Prior to the appearance of Mr. Aries, student speakers presented interesting discussions on world aHairs at semi-monthly meetings. In addition to the members, the club invites more than twenty guests, selected by the history depart- ment, to each meeting. The organization has steadily prospered under the sponsorship of Mrs. Jones. Oilicers are Steve Spinuzza, Presidentg Frances Tontillo, Vice- President: Walter Ryan, Recording Secretaryg Muriel Arthurs, Correspond- ing Secretaryg Howard Stazak, Treasurer, and Robert Banzhaf, Publicity Chairman. l.:l rson. ZS: Blllllllllt. Sitka. lin Nloriawiy. Nlivllzu-lu l!U'l"l'UNl ROW: l':itTm'ro. Nine! li-r. Luszrz. .I:llcz:uk. Slmsly TVL'l!'. filli2lSlk'XYll'Z. Snlkn. llill .l:u'nlw, RUYV 2: Kuskn. Hmmm' llllruliil. U'll0ll. Nlulsnn. Skim' ronski. Surs'i'k. Zimkn. Kupvvk llznvyln. f'UIN'illlllllll. Wons. ROW 'llllllQ. Sin stork. Klunll. l':llmv. Fzusvk Ilunriksvn. xvill'i1'IllPl'l'K, Grill l'1,unn. Finlay. ROW I: Sh-tvlu-I' Publi, Slrmnn, Pcrkowski, S4'll0llk Ve-rlminwn. li u in pl . 1-lest-r Qniclnl. llnuvk, Knrth. Ki-alroski llU'I"l'0Nl Rflxvi l'nkurny. l.:ir son. ATIIIJIIO. lk-lmck. xllll'llllSll'tli Sufrznniw. Ursuluk. Spinuzm llurlvk. lirk. llurllmltl. ROV' 2 Zlblilll. 'l'ln':lm', NVQ-ihlt-r. Vnlpc Limlqnisl. Slll'Z0lllN'l'llt'l'. Svnl it-iirv. Engel. lliuuic. Nlaiusmk ROV' tl: l'0h-rsoli. Nagel, Shwli ingr. VGIIIISOII. 'l'hys1'n. Nlvyvl' .I 2lK'1llbH1'll. lizwlaiwski. Augru-I K1-rkowski. Zilllllilllll. KOVS 1 l,nr4-nz. l'l'n-iffcr. llrigrllt. Klaus XV:l n lint zilo. Nh-lvillv. Olson HALL GUARDS lW 3: linrncy. Wullzucc. ron. Rvlllllllll. Sl2l1'k.'l'JlfT.f'llllf h. hl4ll'llJll'll. .lohn S on. llligllll- isc. Nl'ilkcns. Glcinkv. Jnbcrl. rgan. lla-rnzuly. ROW 2: lilncy. l"l'l'1ll'l'll'kNUll. Schwarz, l'l'llllJl. llolchkiss. Kwnsl. lflllllll. Normlnhl. l"rpzl:uk. ICIIN. Krypcl. Nlcilnll. Nelson. glnnd. l'nlil. llarniclv. llll'I'- M IKUW: xvill'Wll'k. Gullu-ck. 'ill. lll'll1ll'l. Nickels. livin-f li. Slymllmvski. l'iYJlllS. ll1'l'fl' mn. liyving. l'in-ritv Illlll Il: Srorzu, Nicki-lla. llcn Icy. lliusicllo. liollanlh. lh-hal AIlllIll1lSt'll. Aclanns. llorn. Nov n"::. 1 x ". 5 n. Kc t lnnn. llovcslul. Nlngrnus. Swan l I llnnnu 'lnri ll-3 l Vl'm-gzcrcr. l'ogod:i. Kalczinnrc SJIIIINVHJI. .Xlln-rs. NlcNcllv. lli :ll. ": sn .: s- S'nll'i Slnnv. l"inn. Kuchcr. llrnnrlc ROW 2: lluhil. llurc. llolnwl . fl alll lu in 1 llrtn. 1 4 in 1 Kuloycrns. f'lll'lNll2lllSL'll. Flo Nelson. Karas. ll0'l"l'0Nl ROW Mclvillv. Svoll. l'r0fTill. xvk'Sll'l grvn. Soduski. Tlnnnpson. .lncol svn. Aiken. llwycr. l'1'lt'l'Slll Novak. llllll' Il: lil'Ul'fIt'I'. Knlolizicj sl'lIl'lN'llt'l'. Koziol. Pnsko. 1 liizzl. l'c1lcl'scn. Nlaginis. l.ll Nowak. Km'zln:n'ck. llznnscn Nelly. llrohy, Nilli. 'l'orn:n l.ncz:lk. llvrrcs. RUW 2: 2 . .:'s' nullu konu lu. llunllwrt. P llnnt. Ncri. Mr. Monw. N ncr. l'l'1llll'lyli. llodgson. lot ll. I.:mgli:mscr I' l'ln-'hw . .. ,. ,.. l.1-wis. 'l':unln. ll0'I"l'llNl ll Kujnwu. K r n 3 . RllSl'lllN' llnlvr. llcm'1lvlli.liurslvi. lin f'll01ll'l'll. Ifishcr Vis! Il'l"i ..., -p- HALLGUARDS Foreman's police. trustworthy, efficient, those terms describe the Hall- guards. Under the guidance of Mr. G. Mouw, faculty adviser, the Captains of the organization have developed a compact, hard-hitting unit. Tres- passers have long ago discovered this fact. Hall trafiic between periods, paper scraps cluttering the corridors have been cut to a decided minimum. because of the conscientious efforts of the hallguard group. The up and down stairway system has improved remarkably since Foreman's guards were given orders to direct students to the proper stairways. Tardiness to class is another factor against which our hallguards have had to contend but with the co-operation of the faculty this blemish on Foreman's good name is rapidly being diminished. To show the entire school's appreciation of the fine work being accomplished by their organization, Foreman's ad- ministration "treated" the guards to cake and ice cream. Even a far greater amount of compensation, however. could not repay the hallguards for their services. Thus Foreman's hallguards stand as an example to all. In spite of many obstacles and hindrances, oftimes even harsh rebuke, they have forged ahead and made their name one to be feared by "kippers" and their kind, but also a source of inspiration and courage for incoming freshmen and all conscientious. EI5 3 7 fu MJ7 i961 STAMP CLUB SI+1.X'l'l4llD: llnrin:in. Unielml. Nlilkc. Wx-nholz. Mrs. 'I':ilbot. Slullviiln-lu. Vnrslsnnl. Wollstein. Bright. S'l'.XNDlNll: l,:il's0Ii. l.0l'l:lirc. MATH CLUB lHl'l"I'UNl ROW: XV1-ir. I.:n'son. llugvnr. Krueger. llwlllw. Kaljolun. llcrtholil. Spnyvr H.. l':u-ilio. Nlunl- grmm-ry. ROW 2: ll:inillmm'. l'ln'ish-nsen, Kin-sig. Spnycr li.. Gllllllll. Frnlnn. Nlcutsrli. llnrbn'is. Lciohenlrill. Mr. SllYl'l'lIlIlll. Nelson. Hzlurk. 'l'nll. limfnlnn. ROW 3: Kessler. lm lh-nu. Sknrbnk. l'rn-lw. Morris. KIlNYil'l'kl. Srliniil. Kzlzimicr. Nlnrlmvli. STAMP CLUB Whether it is a rare Columbian Exposition stamp or an exquisite print from Persia, the interest of Stamp Club members is extremely high at all times. Tremendous educational values are derived from this popular art. Members not only have the opportunity of enlarging their own collec- tion, but they are encouraged to trade stamps with fellow members. Besides serving as an educational project, the group aims to create a friendly atmosphere between members through social meetings. Mrs. Talbot is the sponsor of this successful organization, and Karen Stoltenberg is MATH CLUB Now we arrive at the last but by no means least of Foreman's numer- ous clubs. Let's drop in on the Math Club. President Helen Pacilio is conducting the meeting. Our next puzzle has been submitted by our secretary, Evelyn Spayer. After we have solved the brain-teaser, we shall hear a debate . . . "Should the farmer study mathematics?" Following this interesting discussion, Robert Montgomery submits a treasury report. Mr. Silverman, sponsor, adds several comments, all of which makes the Math Club a popular organization. President. H , A '-AQ WH Qu! Ur' If 1 ',l'9i5"53' .5?f4S3Nfg:?T 7 ,Q go .OA ,L 3 A M..- 1, My UWB K 1, .. , , .... d i i . Nlu g S is -sq- "M SR Q. Wg, 'Sz yi my . K T' j 'f az f?W12f?f2:f3?f 'Q pp., ilnimjg ysj Ffilfliff nf?-I 'xiii x 4144 R ' ' a. -E, my ignf x , 5 . 1 'lm ' 'Q' 5 ,fkw . H W I no-, ,.,Qf,,.-fx VL K X ,A Q . I K 9 K Rfk y. , Wy I 9 3 -lib: s M fx:1v'Es: ix . ! .us xf y ,g -M, Q' - .249 ' " Q ni.'53.' . ,, g, ,Haw - '12 .f, to . l Nu- Y.,-., ..i,.A ',.l'r.' . . , , ,. . ' K' Fr 1 :. fr -X U ,m',f.-,f 'l'Ll1y1v" 5 -' . NVQ , ,., I- ' - t' N' 5d'rhvrnr.v.-.'. Aif-'QM- X ,,1 ',A , .- A -Mwx, fn if .Q WIT 4 V, . 3' Q A ' ,1'1,- f-I' 1r.x 'ff I xirifnjv Q ,',1,f 09 a 1' gi.: ' 5 1' 1 ,i' ,uf s. ll -" Wir 1 mr. HRW ff -1 W PA! Ci. 'ff 'P egg 'ti 44 ,qv X. 4 .-' Mr. ,k3'l:w"f',- ff?--y X YUM ROXV: l llk. ROW' S k -r Woznizlk. Moore. Murray. Mc-l'ullough Crearh. Giza. Muck. .X Q THE CHEER LEADERS "Foreman, Foreman, Rah, Rah, Rah!!!" The cheer-leaders of Foreman High have played an active part in building up of school spirit. Their cheers ring out tirelessly at all the games of the season. The outstanding events in which they took part in this year were at Foreman's football games. The inexhaustible supply of energy poured forth, inspired much encouragement to the boys. Mr. Kough, their sponsor, has helped the cheer-leaders in building up correct movement of the body and arms. Only students who are well adapted to such principles can be admitted to this energetic club. BASEBALL Yen! ll l ll Holm- fSlJllNllll 1 C l I I 1 ll l ' 'ns -i um n .xi I 4 vt i. V ' Vt h'l'::l'cll. Umlnlrl lx ll lllUl'IIU. lir:u'zyk. Wikus. 1 las. llaruks, Russel. 'I'nylor. f100j BASEBALL Baseball-our national pastime, is creditable to Foreman. The base- ball team is one of the oldest and best developed of Foremanls organizations. Under the competent direction and guidance of Coach Zahorik the team has reached new heights. During the 1940 season they triumphed over such notable opponents as Austin, Steinmetz, Washburne, and Marshall, although they did meet defeat. The coach intimated that the losses were primarily due to errors and a weakness in fieldingg however, the pitching staff rendered several remarkable performances. On one occasion they held Steinmetz to three hits, and on another allowed only one single. Russell Finn and Michael Ventrelli were outstanding performers on the mound. Chester Hrycyk won top honors as the most valuable player. IlU'l"l'UNl ICUXV: l.i!:nv:l. lluilulpli. Ilene- rliiti. liruvzyk. Llcnlaxrski. llansen. lluvznk. ROW 2: lieczuk. Krypcl. Gor- ski. Smau-zynski. Rosenherprer. 3I:1iutY'. I-'u::m:m. ROW Cl: 'l'lmmpsnn. liuluinn. I-.x:ull:m-islam. Ilnnien. lilinsuil. llurn. BOWLING llU'l"l'UXl IUNVZ full RUIIW. l'rclw. Nlnvk Qnhlnl. l'vlnl:l. l':nwl. Julwrl. In-ss. nllplilllllli. Kil4l'llIlI. llcfl. ROW 2: ll:nll'. Cullctti. Schloss' huru. Nlnllvy. Knllnth. Pmtlilt. ,Xrn4ll. Irist. llnbrowski. Nlr. Stzullh-r. I'oln p c r. Kowalski. XXX--sol. l'ct0l'snn. l.u1lwi:. RUXV 352 IlA'ln'llkA'l:lA'I's'. Hvrll Dongvs. Kelllke. lirnczyk. Moli- lor, lxauulw. lh-balk. Fox. Lcptirh. lllIllIl4t'tlI. l.l'lllli'h. Lanka-. Kich- inzvr. l'nns. xvllHlll3ll. LETTERMEN . l lnuck. irrlli. liivl. T h e Lettermen's Club is comprised of the peppiest athletes in Foreman. The outstanding leaders in all the boys' sports are lettermen. It takes plenty of zip to belong to this organization. The aim of the club is to promote a closer re- lationship between the various sports. Heading the 28 mem- bers are Andy Graczyk, Presi- dent: Herbert Fugman, Vice- President: Eldon Born, Secretary: Russell Finn, Treasurer. The group is under the guid- ance of Mr. Maloff. Once more the ball speeds down one of the new Goldammer's 20th Cen- tury alleys-then, a sudden rejoicing begins! Another strike has been made, and the Trojans, one of Foreman's teams, have won. The Snipes who represent Foreman in inter school bowling, are equally suc- cessful. Foremanual readers are invited to see the girls' teams in action. Watch Dot Nast of the Crackpots knock 'em down. The other girls' team is under the exclu- sive title of the Quads. All teams are spon- sored by Mr. Stadtler. it 101 3 11021 FOOTBALL For a second time, Foreman had entered its bid for Football fame. A team was organ- ized in 1933, but a dearth of material made it impossible to continue. Last fall in response to the pleas of the entire student body and faculty, football again became a major sport at Foreman. This second saw its first season of play under the direction of Coach Jack Maloff, in 1939. Coach Malofi' took the un- trained raw material and moulded it into a team that played exceptionally well for its first season. Injuries and bad breaks took their toll, but despite this the team carried on, and though they did not succeed in defeat- ing any opponents, they did score their first touchdown. Throughout the entire season they enjoyed the whole-hearted support of Foreman's students. All sections of Fore- man's student body turned out to cheer their warriors in blue and gold-from Miss Cath- erine Ryan, our beloved principal down to the lowliest freshman. As a business venture, the team proved to be an outstanding financial success, and as a result of the gate receipts new uniforms can be purchased for next sea- son's players. Encouraged by the first sea- son's showing, many more students with great promise tried out for a berth on the team, so everyone looks toward the 1940 season with anticipation and assurance of victory. Many of last year's football players remained with the team and together with new recruits they should be able to accomplish something worthy of note. It is perhaps only a matter of time before Foreman's name will be listed as city champions. fioaj lh-lllnwlltll X Xl 104 IVY' "!1'!'.l', xIIll'kUXYifZ. W. '. Xl:nlufT' Sznmwllsl. .L tml'-kl. li. Holm-, A llllllil Burn 'Shu- Hvru csv. II Sm-kuw. W. I-'u::m:m. ll, 'I IIUIIIIINUII. l'. lluukN,l'1, Irv. Il, I'lnl:ny.1-, 1 1051 R. O. T. C. "Forward, March," blares forth Cadet Major Robert l'erz. Then come ranks of polished shoes, glistening brass buttons, pressed trousers and khaki coats . . . marching in all the splendor any military unit could possess. Yes, sir, it's Foremznfs own R. O. T. C., and the day is May 15, Federal Inspection Day. Sgt. William H. Hill paces nervously about. hoping within that Foreman will maintain its best. And Foreman's R. 0. T. C. does display its finest! RO'l"l'O5l ROW: Wt-amor, l':ntrunski. K1"Nll'l'. Kokorun. l'ruston. .l:l::l:n. tlilxiwll. Julmsnll. li. Nlivllvl. Sll'lll'lDlllfI. SllllL'l'llIlWll'l. llosford. ROW 15: Novak. l,on::. Stewart. Nl'lIlHlll0l'. ll. Nlisurclli. Kriozal. lliznsvllo. Nufcr. lfvrnquist, Ryalz. Nlzurincllo. ROXV 3: Km-lnpv. Cn- pnlo. NlJllt'l'llil. ll!'llll2lllSt'll. Il. Nlisnr- vlli. Miorlonski. l'nlnn. lwilkS.ll-ll1'll1lXYSkl. Nl0z:u'k. Svrntzkn-. l'ur1'cll. I ROIIONI ROW: lxrny. liJll'St'll. Nast. Nlswoivz. Kortvrnd. Mot-llc-r, Krvfl, l.:lt:l. .l. I':u'iliu. R. l'n-tersun. l"r:unkowski. R:li1'lwrt. ROXV 2: R. flGll'lSllll. Axnvss. lA'SVilIHllHYSlil. Iirisclm. l':llu, Y. l.JlVl2lll'. Nlaliszvwski. lloggelunntf. lllnnkvnship, l'n-als-Iseli. Shultz. Antros. tional. ROW Il: l.ipps. I.. l.:lvig:m'. R. VVilsun. llzlln- mvr. Smnluski. Rutvmzm. llnrzunml. Won luolz. Arnmlt. lmo. thin. Smlnski. llO'l"l'OM ROXV: XXX-zlver. R. Nelson. Maloney, Molitor, Kelley. J. Newell, Koslynink, Goiski. llurrv. llolns SlQ'l'lll0l'. YVe'g:m'l'vr. Knpsel. Wilson. S:u't'n. ROW 2: f'llI'lSll5lllS2lll. .l. 'l'ili4'kx'. llillllll-lll. lmic-ln-lltritt. Korm-y .l:u'kson. l'r:ing:, M1-l.e:m. lln-mlvrson. We-ttn-r. lk- liiestinur. Czlopinski. tilivksir. ROVV Il: llalnlm. llllllS tiaurlrv. Muir. llcnglsnn. Metz. t'onr:ltli. Ruhr. t':u'ls0n. Kunzu. VV:ll'zit'k. 'l'llOl'I'Sllll. llO'l"l'ONl ROW: Si'llllIlllll'lll'I'. Kniskvsrn. Wnllstn-in. K1'llll?lll. Rryll. ROW 2: llylulnlll. Wclwr. liklnnd. .lt'll4t'll. Susvo. RONV Il: lT:lnsn-n. llulowski, Julvvrt. 4 . 1 l06l R. O. T. C. nnzo. liushil. Svhnltz, lhly. XVilsoll. llU'l"l'UNl RUXY: Knixknnl. .l. l'hri-li:ln- 'I NM. IUNV 21 wn. Coin. Kcllry. .l. kan, ll K nn R I"xrlNnn li Nol- Y. NVilsu . xllll. Flllllkl ll0'I"l'0 U '. '. . . . . mski. .h'ml1. Nl ROW: Quiilml. Smrln-4-k. l'nh-rzwki. Vllllhh Il tfy. Slnnkn. P Xvlllll0l7 K'lHllHNK'Nkl. ll Stickcll. RUVV L: ' .. . . Junkv. Bzlnzlulf. l'z:n'nik. ROW Ji: f't'IlK'l'i1l'lllll. IC. ' ' ffl nun. f"ll"l'l'. Blu Il,2'lllll0l'y. ICIIEXHIII. xhlfxibll, Hu ll R. O. T. C. "' 'UNI KUYVZ xvilSllll Still. Nm-lson. Nluliior vsfurul. RUN' 2: Kruy : '. I-'rnnkuwski 41'llm'l'l. Jnklllmwski. 51071 SWIMMING Swimming is a major activ- ity and is required by all freshmen and sophomores. Elective work is ollered in life- saving and advanced swim- ming. A graduated scale of skill tests provides opportunity for students to achieve success at each level of accomplishment. RECREATIONAL GAMES Foreman gave a definite place on its program to co- educational recreational games this year. Classes as large as one hundred boys and girls enioyed Badminton. Table Tennis, Bowling, Horseshoes, Darts and Shuffle- hoard during the noon period. Foreman students will utilize in the future recreational games for a well bal- anced life of work, play, and rest. I 108 1 -f' www? 'SQ F 'x 'Ei ,S Y E :Q-x.fg...x ffm- 'ul 9 553 52 ,Z Ei I 1' 5 S 5 332 'QV' M 1 i W gc-lm W J 1 ,swam ffffffpe f Lmbl 5 , A EQASLQQM skill Q, F' 49 115V 'Q Q' . 6 6 X5 12" ' Lg? N 4 vA SK -Q NME M ' Q Q Q xx " V Q , f 'fs 5 M5124 "' .Q Q -'- "' 1 ,k4""' '47 Q Q5 , r, i Big 3, if if 2'5" 'f -S' Q Q M L "" f W si 'mix mfs? STUDENT ASSISTANTS ll0'l"l'0Nl ROW: Wright. Sclmng Diirfvy. lnulurzinlc. Nlt'Nt'l'Ill'l lin-linkr. l'c1l1-rsvn. 51'lir1-im-I' Swelling. llnuvk. l'lrivli. Sinn mlinus. ROW 2: linltn, liinnwr nmn, K1-plich, lliwcr. lingo! Cin-sink. l':mlirki. lininnnmlkki' Vick. SK'lllll'lN'1'li. Spina. l-'ursylli Sr'w1'l'in'll. l.lll'4l'll. Novzn-nski Zeller. ROW :iz Lmnlnn. Kin-nin Ser. th-his. Slmsli. .linlronwli - .l:1l1'z:lk. l"ri1-sc. l'1'l4-renin, llrnxvn lll't'lllt'l'. l'oln-r. ll:lr:in1nv-ki. Nlnl zvr, Allk'l'lN'l'l'. Knvnzl. Rislvy llisl:ln4l. ROW I: lmsliy, Siltvrly lfzilninn. Willinnisini. Nl. .lwtrmk Sl0ll1'nlmr::. lh-i4'l1ci1lu:u'll. 'l'nn Iillo. MASS PICTURE ll0'l"l'0Nl ROW: lflynn. Kim-nin Lrvr. l'1'lr:in. llujlimvski. Dntlill llvnsky. Sillvrly. S 4' li ln i 4l t Wnyvr, Slnllviilrnrg. .lulnnsnn Korninski. Skuwrnnski. ROW 2 lirill. l"lll'5ylll. lvt'llllt'l'Nl!'l!lll lygnwivz. llrmvn. lll'0llll'I'. Rmilw Ninn-lln-r. tintln. llnrivzi. lflznp Sulko. Smith. l'nlwr. Nlnimn 01h-ll, Sun-1'k. Vnlylv. l.nrvnz llJll'ylJl. RUW Zi: l1lllllH'l'l'S l':in:ls. Ilnllor. Urwznluk. l'1't1-r mn. l.1-illwvlris. llln-svm'l'. G1-his llzlllnwski. Alnisin, Fuss. .lnlwrl Iloll:iinx'. Slllllll-t'l'. Rl'l4'llt'Illiilt'll llllllllt'l'lllIlll. Siu-lar. l"l'yllllll'li l'lirz:lnnwski. RUNV 1: KI1-cz owski. Sl'lllll'lll't'li. .Xllvrln-ry, llis- lnnd. Kowalski. l.1'pticli. Zzinelvr llnrckvs. MASS G. A. A. PICTURE ll0'l"l'0M RUXV: Nlnrclli. Knnvli llullvr, l.isi:ik, lla-llnkc. Nlsiilii svn. l,nn1ln-n. lk-'l'nlv1'. lkuglgxj-la l":ilk. l1llllIl. Tnnlilln. ROW 2 Krojm-ck. lbnmlvk. ldrnsl. l.4-onairil .ll'lll1ll0. Nlonrv. Kcsiir. l'In,m'l l.:lkc, lzirnn-4-ki. Vin-gsilski. lbiin Illlt'll. l':irlsnn. l't'lt'TSt'll. lun1':i Nlonrv. liv1'in:i. lliwssvl. llsiuarli in:in. Knlpu. N11-N1-riiy. ROW Il L:il'l':lni:ll'. Kalllin. .l:i1'nl1s4-l1.ll1m'- nmn. .xlllSt'SYSkl. Jnlinsnni. filiil nnwski. li I xv :i 1' l. llulnhrmvski lllonqnisl. l':il1sl. l'liilliin, l'lII!Ill'. lvilllil. ll:ir:in1m'ski. Flynn. fill zivky. llvliaivk. Sknrzinski. Virk ROW 1: 51'llNl'lll'lZ. Sim-llinat Volpe. lvvllllllilll. lfry. W1-ir. A-l I1-r. L1-sny. Slvllin. .Xr:nlo. Ric nwr. lh-yliml, THE PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Training for leadership and service plays a very important part in the physical educa- tion program. Seventy-tive students are appointed each semester to act as students' assistants. The assistants are selected on the basis of special ability, initiative, resourceful- ness a11d responsibility. This group is assigned as student leaders, locker-room guards, secretaries and life savers. Points awarded for service may be counted toward the school letter awarded by the G.A.A. or toward the school monogram. lllll BASKETBALL LIGHTS llU'I"l'UNl IHWV: Vnalrll Znlmrik. Sllwlllek. Nlrrrclli. fllll1'klNYlll. Hryvyk. Nlrrvclilll. S1lllLfl'lJlllll. ROW 2: l'lY1lll5IL'll4lil. Nlujku. lin-ww. Snwzl. Morales. Rnhilsvlwk. Szul. BASKETBALL HEAVIES HU'l"I'0M ROW: livnning. Iluhlo. Bm-z:1k H':upt.J. Km-luv. Stone. Fuorlus. ROW 2: Sopnvy. Ziclinski. Omlrn-4-jin. STANDINKL: Funcln Zuhorik. THE HORNETS Foreman's Hornets stung, and were stung, but they always fought with that same . y h determination and doggedness that made them popular with the student body. Under t e ' ' ' ' ' "Z k " the expert guidance of Coach Zahorik, affectionately known to his prodlgies as e e , team has reached new heights. Within the next few years the team should make a strong bid for the city championship. l 112 1 Nlzulm-ll. Alln-rl. 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