Foreman High School - Foremanual Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

 - Class of 1953

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I W QKZ, MM My I ,I ,WWMQIII .S I FQREMAN HIGH SCHCOL Effw GIMIM I CHICAGO, ILLINOIS x s- J x X N L n rx' 1 S u X X X X 'R ,. fn 4-15. .Q ,M W.- 'Hx xl, N A ' 4 u , 1 J Q 1 ' X, 9 L xxg 43100 "fn ,V NIL! uw On A 1 I f , nf L Lk !L lk I A ,Nf Mm 1 x NN L Ejmy Wm 1:5 nf ewwk N. lt was wonderful to know you, But spring in ull her glory ln winter und in fall: XVus thc very best of ull Deal' Forcniauitcs: The 1953 FOHEMANUALY Each of us will turn its pages many times "just for the pleasure of l'ClllCllli7C1'il1g.v Each of us will enjoy again the classes, the club activities, the games, and the social events, hut, most of ali, the friends of this year at Foreman. My very best wishes to each of you in the years ahead! Sincerely yours, PRINCIPAI, i Page 6 I MR. HARRY P. McHALE Oni' gc-niai assistant principal, Nlr. Harry P. Nlcllalv, has nzany hivnnis among thc filCllity and stncicnts at Foreman. In assnniing his many rcsponsihiiitics, which inchicic tlw prograin organization, tht- Activity Caicnciar, the Social cit'IltCl'. and thc annnai Ahnnni Hcnnion. ht' has shown his fonchn-ss lim' young pvoplc and thcir many intvrcsts. llis lasting faith in tht-in has oftcn contrihutcd to thcir ict-ling nl' wvil- hcing and sncccss. Stncicnts arc' ahvays glad to know and to work with tht-ir iricncih' advisor. Nir. Ilariw' P. Nlcllaic. K,- 'LQ Page 7 .2 ' . K I fr, 1 rw , l wg, QLLQW I' I QW 1 f 1 ich! - LLL A ' SQQXRN 2 345: tl:-Q - bll , , ' 'lion' 01 corgia Adamson, English: Agncs Anclcrson. f.UIlIlIll'l'Clk1l Cc-ogrupllyg U Xxfintli icr. Luncliroom Nlzniugcrg Nluclclinc Be-rnero, Nlutrong Bc-tty Blix, Trnant Q X r. ' 1 V? How Iwo-Glory Blll2lVVi1, Home- Economicsg Vcronica Byrne-. Vocal Mnsicg Alucl J Cuntn, Spzinislig Hclcn Czisty, Office Sccrcturyg Virginia Cuvoit, English. Hou' TlIl'l'l'-lxlllldll Colmn. English: Nlury Conley. Englisllg Blunclic Cooncy, Coinlncrcialg Cccilia Costcllo. Commcrcialg Lucy Danicls, Social Scicncc. How Four - Lillian Fagan, Connncrcinlg Wzlllzlcc Fcc, Engine-cr Cnstomlizlng Ccncvicvc Flaherty, Attcnclancc Connsclorg Robert Crnlilmc. lIlStI'llll1C'llt1ll Mnsicg XVilltOl' Cnsc, Science. Page 8 Hou' U111'HNl111'i1- lI111'ki11s. .'xKljlIStlll1'Ilt lI111111svl111'g Flo1'c11cv Il111't1-. lf11glisl1g f:l'l'AllCl ll11st1-rok. l'1'i11t Shop: ll'l'Ill' lli1'1111s. XI11tl1011111tic-sg Eva lloglv. l.11ti11. Hou' 'l'u'0-li11tl1 lloppc. Social SL'i1'llCl'1 li11l1c1't ItIlyl'l'. l11d11st1'i11l .-Xrtsg Bc1'1111cl1'tt1- Alun-11115. .Mtg Xllll' AI1-1'o111c'. SCi0IlL'l'1 xV2lltl'l' .Iilll'S. li.U.T.C. Hou' 'l'l1l'1'1'-II1-111'y Kc11ti11g. C111-111ist1'yg Xl2ll'glll'l't KOIIIICCIY. Nl11tl11'11111tic-sg l,1llll'il Ki111l1-1'1111111. Nl1ltll1'IIli1tiCSl Xlury K111'l1111clsky. Artg xvl'l'0lliC21 l.112UI'i0. Girls Phys- ical lC1l11c11ti1111. Hou' Flllll'-l'wl'1lIlL'iS L11111-. fTOII1Il10l'Ci1llL Clara l,1lNVill. Ce1'1111111g KIlll'il'l Klan-Kaly. l'I11glisl1g .Iolm Nlulo. Boys Pl1ysi1-111 l':ClIlL'1lti0lI1 .luck Nlulofl, Boys' Pllj'SiL'ill l'Icl11c-a1ti1111. FACULTY 111- 1 Z E 1 - fly . . 1 ivy Q' 3 5, .. S Q KMA d Page 9 Q T" ..-Q. KV fl'-.. R-as FAC U -TY --A 'K Hou' One-llntli Nleecll. Englislig Mary Nlostyn, Social Scienceg Frances Nlnrpliy, Office Secretaryg Elizabeth O'lIearn. Xlatlieinaticsg Stanley Pawlicki, Science. Row Two-Niildred Pegel, Office Secretaryg l.onise Peters, Girls' Physical Erin- cationg Carl Purdy, ll.O.T.C.g .lolin llusli, Boys' Physical Eclncationg Ilyinen Silverman. Nlatliematics. How Tln'f'c-Lncilc Sipclien, Iloine ECOIIOIIHCSQ Gertrude Sniitli, Social Scienceg james Snodgrass, Social Scienceg Leonard Sollo. Mechanical Drawingg Yecla Stern. English. How Four-Mary Stewart, Englislig Irene Tiinko, Social Scienceg Lnella Voelz, Scienceg Evelyn VVanclelt, Girls Physical Hclncationg Hose NVeiss, Placement Counselor. Hou' Fiire-Sophie XVolan, Lilirarian. Page 10 L U Q X l Lw,,,..-- Ji lT'S GOOD TO TALK THINGS OVER Tht- pruhh'm of tht- stmlvxxt soon hc't'umt's tht- l7l't7l5h'lll uf tht- tm'g1t'h1'1'. Xlr. Xlcllallv, who has hunt mucln l'XlX'l'tl'lIl'l' in hstvuiug to thc pmhla-ms ul t'Xt'l'y0lll', is sm-n In-rt' llolthng tl his-mth' cmmxwstxtiuxm with Xlklff' Xurton. this St-lmtt. :mtl lillsscll Bt'I'QIlL'l', l"UltlfXI.-XXl'.Xl, stuil. nwmhvrs. Sl'llt0I' a1t'tix'itic's . ilft' illlpOl'tilllt. and knowing this. Xliss Stuck nwvts with tht- c-hiss pl'm'si4lt'nts. Xtit-Inu-I Sallalvh illltl ltusst-H Nutnr. to llffilllgl' sclu-thllcs for umior vw-mats. Uthcr l1lltlttlQl'1lITllSUll this pglgt-wc-11-tzllwmn alt om- ul' our mtmthly hu-nutty nu-1-tings mul tvas. .-Xt this INll'ttL'llhlI' svssicm lu-ld on Nou-mhcr 19. our gllvst SIN'Zlkl'l'S wmv Xlr. l,uml, llirvt-tor of tht- Btlfliltl of tihihl Stuchg Xliss :Xlh'1'ctz1 Stalpinski. :xml Xlrs. ltost- Xloram. Psyc-holugists. Paqt- ll -un. !! ILJY s ef Y za. S' A Wx! 3 5, Ga Y s s :i q is vi' aa. wh 3 V Q, ,g A , fw':"j 4 5 . Q , , . s ' ' . 1 -is . X 5 31 if i X ..,5jw 2 f X H 5 ,g -,E.., ,fgQ5.,, -, X Q M gmtw , + -f .. . A Q M W -. J 'Hwy 'ffm N' Q. ' .f mv Qi Wi m.. .Iva , , R, if-Iv . . M L A A VL ,W I ii N 55,9 ., ' 'ggi x 1 161- Yi, :iwgv"" 'X -X A 5 f"NN'-Si'W?Zv P x Q '01, f . Q ww wigs z 1 4 Y 41 4 2 Q A, w To Live and Learn Was our Chief Concern I ll NOW IS THE TIME FDR LEARNING OI,I'USI'I'I'f I'ACl'I CHENIISTRY . . . TIM' X'1lI'IOlIS aspects ot' eI1en1iez1I RIIIQIIYSIS concern George B.lL'Il1lI' and XViIIi11111 Ileyden, who are prepairiiig il soI11tio11 of IlytII'OCIlIUl'IL' acid. Kent ArnoIcI RIIICI cI0l'IIlIIl' Keller lend IIICII' QISSISTLIIICI' in lIIi'1lSlII'IIlQ,' IlIlltt'I'IllIS to eurry Oll tI1ei1' CXlX'l'IIIIOIlt21I work i11 tI1ei1' CIll'llIISII'y class. FOODS .... A ll IIIlpOl'I11llt proI1Ie1n of riinning 21 good cooking eI11ss is to Imve il weII-eqnippecI and neatly nrrziiigecl kitelien. KiltIll'l'IllO Hyun illlCI I'Illl'IDill'2l 1'1'a111ie11 st1'z1igI1te11 tI1e Cl115IJOill'LIS us they add SIIPIJIICS and display tI1e l7l'l'Sl'l'YCS, wI1ieI1 Imve Iueen prepurecl by the stnclents of tI1e 21lIY2lllCl'iI cooking classes. ART . . , rIIIIlI IIZIIIS of Foreinuil feature lllillly Imeznltifnl posters tI111t Imve Imeen painted by onr art stnclents. One of our OIIISIRIIICIIIIQ artists is ltndy IJoeI1ter111111111 who is showing one of ITlillly works of nrt to ICI11i11e C:ilI7l'Il'I and Arlene SicIo1'. IENGLISH . . , XVIICII FIngIisI1 T SIIILICIIIS received IIISIYIICTIUIIS for tI1ei1' I'l'Sl'ilI'CIl IIIUIIIUS they tnrned to tI1e reference sI1eIves i11 tI1e III7l'ill'y for tI1ei1' lII1lI'CI'ILlI. IDonz1IcI XVCSIIDIHII. ICIsie Nlne I.11cus. and Pzitricin KQICZIIILITUIQ are COlICl'IlII'1ltIllQ' i11 tI1eir eII'o1't to cover every pI111se i11 tI1e field they I1a11'e CIIOSOII to explore. III'II,UXI' CIVICS . . . TI1e I,I'1'SIlIl'IIII2lI ICIeetion of Nox'e111I1e1' -I crez1tecI so 1nneI1 interest lI1:1t eivies elnsses I1eIcI IIIUII' own mock eIer.-tion. XVIIUII tI1e poIIs opened early OII NUYUIIIIJUI' I, onr inniors and seniors were seen n111rI4i11g tI1eir I1z1IIots us prep111'z1- lion Ior tI1eir cInties as Intnre voters oI our United States. INIDUSTRIAI, ARTS . . . Boys in onr wooclsliop Ieurn tI1e IIIIIKIHIIICIIIZIIS of Irznninq Ll IIIIIIKIIIILQ Inv cIoin 1Qtn1Iwo1'Iion 1 IIIOCICI .11 1 e II 'le 1 ' ' " , . Y ga - z 1 g' 'ag . 4' Xl su IIoI1ert C-LIIZIS, Ilenins XX ootm n lIllI -Iannes Tzltooles Irznniiig rafters Ior il Iiip root. 'u"'f IIu1IIu'I' Iiux X wx imgf- 14 i NT' fi mm ? 1? H- ll P I WW' 'Vf ' xx f-mf ,Jff S ' S Q ll, ,M ,. . ' w. . 1 - ,gf K:.,F4'- 3g,,,.4.-v- 0 X-Ffa -M t , gf.f+'f A ff ' ' X Q dxf, xg 1,5 ff X 55. x. 4 I 'S X yi-mn 3 'X gp , vo P I gg? S ,av-""""k A...-11 :M W galil ..QwQX:.x3g:si,fs,, F , X z EACH FORTY MINUTE PERIOD Ul'l'OSl'l'lC l'AtIIC lNll'fCllANlC.AXl. DRAVVING . . . Utitcn tllv linnclainvntal prolmlm-nis ul' vngi- m-vring wurlwtl ont in mn' lrcslnnan tlrawing classvs liau- 1n'm't-n ol snllic-ivnt Slllllllllllltlll tn inspirv our linvs to umntinnc llltll xunlt lui' tln't't' or tour x'v11l's llcrt' art' svvn lIllt'I't'Sl4'tl stnclvnts ll'll'll 'lt work to incct tht mlm in incls ol tht ISIULUGY . . . Ont' of tlw main I't'tllllI't'lIlt'IllS in biology is to stntly living spvci- invns lllftlllgll tllc iilicmscopt-. llcrv -Iannvs llc-scn1ii'o11i't'x anal P4-nny' .Ionvs art' attt-ntivvlx' stnclying tht- iiiovolliciits ol a living pai'ann'c'inni. Tllc' t-liart in tlic' liaakgronml imlicatcs tht- strnctnrc ol tliis mit--ct-llt-tl aniinal. IMAXTIN . . , Ilan- von t'u'i'tl1o11f'lit of tht- grvat inllnvnu' Latin llas nn mn' claily . 5 llynlqr-9 --I -, -1. -Y -- ,. llnn ut su Alaclx .'xlttllJlll'y, Anton l't'tran. anal Xlary' .-Xnn Xlanaglo main- ining a inmlcl nl a llmnan tvinplv lnlilt in Ninn-s. l"ram'c'. Pnstvrs ancl ancivnt l1'ttt'ring prow' tllat l,atin is anything lint a Halt-acl lilllgllilgt' tmlay. CUNlNllfRClfXl ,... Typing tiroin your own notvs is lun. -Ivan Opal. l,ni'rainm' l.1lC'llLllAl. lbllllll' llmiratlagvs, anal Briclgct llxivnian prom' tliis as tln-x' work tlili- A-. .-x- - . ' t -..' 1 , , 4 gt-ntly to lIllpl'UYt' tln-ir skills in tliv atlx'ancm'cl stvnu class. Spf-ml antl ill'Clll'ilCf nt tllc llNllltS Ot Lontinnttl pl utiu intl L nclnl llltlltltlll tn tht lint n tin tion whichthcstudcntswt-1-iw. SIQNVING . . . Xlcwnlmc-rs ol' tht- svwing class tlvlnmistratm' tht- vari- ous stvps nc-cvssary to coniplt-tc an article of clothing, Patricia Brnntl- agv and Gail Chionzoli work at flu- talilv, as Nlilclrvcl Dvinann at tht- iruning lmartl and Sharon litllllvl' at tht- lllLlCllllll'. lmnsy tlwxnsclvvs witli otlivr tvclniiqnvs of tlw motl- vrn svalnstrcss. CONINIERCIA-XI. G EUGRA- PHY . . . Tliv liig, wonclvrful worlcl wt- lim' in is lwcoining small- cr l'Yt'l'y' clay as wc' lvarn all almont tlic pt-uplvs of tlw vartli. Coinincr- cial gvograplxy stnclcnts llm-lvn Nlilxnl, lilClllll'll Spciicvll Cvralclinc lticliwis. ltolwrt Xlnrpliy. and Lois NVan'cl nsv lllilp. glolw. and book to stntly prolult-ins ol' tlu' Far East. Page 17 -'P Ap Ufxx Y' l Q R' fb ,ix ,n- M.,4,..fw N f 4a L' Q x 4, 5 fi' 'SK A ld, 4 44+ f "Wasil Xa is " hp was H S 'W , 4 1 Q? . .. . .. W 5.31, - A , .. " A .,.,W..'.....? .. ,gf 4,5:,:u..,qm'-1 - , . , , X A .1 f 1 view.. X Q- ' 'QQ ze 1s:z1::,:12V1f'1- -A ,N fg- M X . wx, -Q N f x p:y7,1'.11:aswf X x 2. 13 ffifigfii L , 1 CONSERVATION OF EN- ERGY . . . Batrlmru Nlulkowslii is lifting .Ian Ilunsvn witli tht- grcalt- cst of 1-also wliilv Alliin Bvrggrcn is trying to convincv slcvpticul Coral- mlinv lanivlli that clcspitv tln- liigli nwclmnit-ul Qulxmitugc olituinvcl by in:1c'liinc's. tht- l'rinciplc of Consor- vntion of liiwrgy is not violntvtl. PRINT SIIOI' . . . '1'1u-so lioys svtting typo in ll composing stick nrt- nn'niln'rs of A1 lwginuing class in lmncl composition. Onr pnpils progrm-ss ut tln-ir own IIIKIIYICIIIZII mtl-s lay sctting cxcrcisvs wliicli tht-y try to clnplicatv to tliv lwst of tlivir nliility. rlwlll' morv Mjolisv tIll'y svt. tln' inorv proficient tht-y lic'- conn' in lizlnclling typ:-. THE PROBLEMS THAT CONCERN US Ol'l'OSI'l'E PACE PHYSICS . . . Tvllill' clo wc lmvt' IIUYU? Tlic unswvr is-Tc-rry NVQ-listvr raising llonnlcl TVUSTDIHII as sln' wintls tllu ropc on tlic pipc. Altliongli llonulcl wt-iglis 150 ponncls, tliis 0xpv1'i11n-lit in tht- physics class sliows tliut it talws just six onncvs to lift liiin. ln other words. one ponncl on tlic- liancllv equals 500 ponncls on tliv ropv. Tliinli XVIIAIT il giant Tvrry conlcl lmncllv if tliis alt-vice wort- ln-rs. ALGEBRA . . . Siniplv allgclmmic prolilcnis must lic l0zn'nccl, stcp liy stvp. lwform- tliv mort' clillicnlt procvclnrvs urn' stnclic-cl. Erwin Iloc-ft :incl Bc-wrly Ch-r npprv- cizitm- tht- vnlnc of ncut and atc-cilluitm' lilucltlioiircl work wliicli clcinonstrntvs tln-ir nmtlu-imiticul skills to tllv rc-st of tllc class. CHICAGO NIOTOR CLIIB TEST . . . Ono of tlic llonr main tc-sts givvn to sc-nior stnclonts to clctvrinim' tlicir alliility as clrivvrs is tliv rvaiction tvst. llolicrt lloclltcwliizliiii and A1'l0i1v Klingvr livlp Burlmru Nlolil in licr 4-llort. Otlic-r tvsts ililllIlIllStl'l'l'lI liy the Cliicugo Nlotor Clnli inclnclccl liuiicl-c-111'-c-yc coorclinution, lit-ld of vision. clistznicv jnclgnn-nt anal color vision. BIOLOGY . . . How tall will lwun plnnts grow if tlivy arc' pluntvcl in soil lnaulv from crnsliccl rock, insccts, nncl alt-ciiyt-cl woocl :incl lcz1x'cs'? I,l'0llll Xlilvwski. Dainivl l,z11ltci1lia1Cli. zincl -lnclitll Bzn'L-nl worm' snrprisccl to find tliut ll innnlwr of grvcn lwuns nctliully grvw two inclivs long in ll six wot-ks' pc-riocl. Page 19 THE BEGINNING OF THE DAY A good start in life is everything. A good start each day means a lot too. At Foreman our early morning homeroom meetings give us just the right lift We need to go through the day in a happy and confi- dent mood. When the business meeting is over, and our individual and group needs are cared for, there is often time for quiet conversation with our friends about the assembly program, the basketball game, or the history exam on the dayis schedule. Whatever the meeting brings forth, it is always filled With a number of things of vital interest and importance to the student. With our homeroom activities to begin the day, We are ready for the work that lies ahead. The following homeroom groups were photographed on our campus last September. Bertram, Robert Buritz. Briscoe. H., is Hcgncr, Carl Sambo. Alcxandcrsen. Busby. Page 20 MRS. KELLY-111 Back Row-Jack Attcbcry C corgc Bainnbick, Ilarvcy Bonus Roy Annesser, Donald Boeing Robert Evanson, Francis Toland llonild Black, Robert Galas, Ccorgm At L irdi Row Three-Janicc Niles Cirol Broun, Bernadette Bondtr M lry Ann Alwin, Maric Biancal ini C irol Becker, Mary Lou Blandford Sus in Blough, Dolores Bragagnoli Row Two-John Brautigam oyce Berg, Judith Barcal, Virgini 1 Reid enbach, Patricia Behrns, Roscm iry Meyer, Elaine Ambrosr Phyllis Row One-Dennis Scharlow bred Belcastro, Diane Bartels oyce Shupe, Donna Antas, Carol Bem hardt, Genevieve Bchnontc Ron lld MISS TIMKO-205 Back Row-Yvonne DuPlnn ken neth Wintczak, Eileen Schoon Bruce Milberg, Albert Sanchez Patricia Stcinke, Marian Dcthner Judith Ilcft, Virginia Engm irk Row Three-Lanny Pfeiffer lxircn Hinderland, Robert Richirdi Pa tricia Chrusniak, Nancy bmdberg Judith Katcr, Lewis Sandro lvzrcn Row Two-Sheila Brundagc kltll crine Ellcrinan, Lawrence Pfeiffer Virginia Zornow, Rosemary bpitile Kenneth Wilsrin, John Parcnti Lois Kendron, Wayne Pokorny Virginia How One-Roger Albrecht Patricia Kcndron, Judith Martin, Hitt Mm dile, Ilelen Dekiel, Carol Stricker Louella Rae Quinncrt, Donald MRS, HARTIE-214 Burk Plou'-jc-:ni G1-ssvllmrvclit. john Cinnniings, Allvn c:I't'l'IlSlC'lll, Kun- Iltxtll Gnmll-rsm-n, john llaljclnli, G4-orgv Cornvy, Ronald Fnrtuk, lrvin lfolz, Cosmo Galrofzllo, Kvn- nvth llorvv, Cralycc' Dwyvr, Hou' 'l'l1r1'c' - ltolwrt llzllhrvnclt. josoph Knrzvjzl, l"ralm'e's Epplcr, Viola: Foss, Alicm' Urnlwr, l'lla1inc Gaynor, Nancy Cnlin, Kvnt Cricsh. Thonms Gillvshiv, George' llilfillllll. Hou' Two-XVilniu Osh-rgaiaircl, Lucy Vitallv, Marry Griffin, Kalthlvvn Balclilis, Diana Cnnvillv, .lanncs Carclnvr, lNtilliL-cnt lfvrgns, Inu-ldu Rylzuiclvr, Annuttv Caigliano. Row One-Irvnc Cam-ia, Barlmrai lfttlt-son, lticlialul ltoclw, Ralph llvniilison, Christina' POI'0llil. Carrol livviism-ii, Martini Clcalson, Susan Fit-cllvr, john llalyhnrn. MISS JACOBS-305 Hawk Hou' -- Kvnt Ring, .l1llIlt'S llrzlcliy, A'tlllll'S Rivcli. Dalnicl l'rishl4'. Riclmrcl Dt-idt-l, l,llNVl't'llL't' -l1llillS, llicliaml llurtlt, XYilliaun Pc-tm-rson, limlwurcl Sknpnm-iwicz. llilfilltillll llntly. Itou' TlIl'l'l'-.lilllvl ltyt-rson, Sami Dunn-1, Sharon ltvilu-11 Cannillo llalcllivlii, Norlwrt l'n-zlay-ln, ll0lllllll Dnclauio, Mary llirsc-li. Lynn ltnss, Norman l,lll'Yl'S. Hull' '1'u'o--jalniu' XYivhoi't. Diunm' llvilll, lJt'IllL'l' lloorv, ltr-lwt-cu Rosa-, Nlurlvnt' llviiilw, .login llninvntxais. Carrol Rnzvk, Dorothy l'talli, Vir- ginia Ross. .lllllll't' Cralhis. Row f7lH'A-l0St'pll ltosont-, l"l'llllli llc'iullm'iilmt'li, Nlzu'g:li'4't 'llI'f'l1tlS, ltiL'h:lI'tl ltr-gilio. livonal l'oli'nal, c:l'I'1lltl llvigvr, C:n'1nc'll:l ltosonclnal, Arlvnv l'olm-nn, Rosnlinm' lliu-luio. FRESHMEN DR. tiUSliA-207 liufk lion' 'l'honl:1s Clit-rniuk losvph D1-1-ring. 'I'I.onms Cowling lticllzinl lfivls. lirln-1' Iflllis, Ilolwrl Sutton. john Dvllalrlolo, ltohi-rl vrgaln, llolwrt Dnnn, tim-:ilfl Dt-- lznwy. llltlllllh l'ilIll'llil. lion' 'l'l1r4'1' f llzlrlvnm' Dalllanlo Dolorvs llviim-l'x'ill1-, lmtilial Knut-w slti Donna D1-plug l'wx'4'i'ly Donn llillI'lL'l2l Conrauli, l,ois Dalllmlw Xrlvni' lDt'lllt'llIlL'li. Nlnrgo D1-nton 'tln-v Lmmlailll. Hou- 'l'u'o Sharron lJl'llyt'l', llonnim Davis, Dani:-l Don:n':ln. llolu-rt lft-lrli-, Arlm-nv Divini'1'nzo, Dvnisi Doylv. Jxllilll Dinwnn, -Iain:-t Collins 'Sylvian Dux'is, l'llt'2lllt7l' NlcNic'l1ols. Hou- Our- Dzllc' l'll'1lSCll, lic-vi-rly Clvr. Marry Dolnrli. l'lngc-nv Dilli- nnni, Nornm Poll:-rinzin, Marne 1.41151-llc, .l1ll'li Dvvinv, Alosvpliinm Dm'Sallvo. MISS MOSTYN-315 Hawk Hou: - llngvr jnssi, Chris lirzuxclliolt, Norman -Izigtoycn, Ray- nz-l lloylv, vvilylll' Krzliss, Iauncs -lui-olmck, Louis Mark, Kc-unclli Kozalk, .lzuiivs ll1'll'I'S0ll. limi' Tlllw'-Nantalliu Knslm-r, Phyl- lis Pluskal, llll'll2lI'il Kruutsrlck, Nlyfllil jzicrolvitl, l'lli'1lIl0K' -lesson, Billiliilfil -Ioluuisvn, Km-nm-tli Kvmp- or, -l1lIlli'C llvckm-rs, tloyu- Foss. lima' TUTO-ll1'I'lN'I'l Klm-in, I.:-auiclcr Diclivr, NVilli:un Kolniclw, liolwrt Kmnmvr, Alzmivs Knc-lynski, flllllI'lCS johnson. Row cllll'-I,0l'l'illIN' jc-use-il. Clara Inglvs, Pzltricial llulzkaunp, Murcia llirig, Gail XX'omlstock, Barbara: llolt, Bilfllilfil Ilustvl, cll'l'illCllllC llllililljlkl. 1 P' ,on FRESHMEN SOPHOMORES 'v' F MISS MIEIECHASSO Iizlrk Rlill' Klawilyn 'lll'illNl1'l, Kulll- ll'1'Il Swm-vi. 'l'lunna1s Vugt, .IHIIIUS xvl'Illl1'I4Sll'Ulll, Ilmullml Sljljllilllilll, Huge-r NY4-lmlr. Drmaulcl 'l'r4'mp4-r, flllflll Xlyllllilllilll, llallv vVl'llKllt'I'. ,. - V. , ., limp lhrrr' Lurul lrumk, Ialh'lm:m SX1'llilSl'll. Alia-1' Sullvr, llll'll2ll'll Ylll'4'S5ll'l', lfrvrl 'sYill4', Cllzlrlvs Viln- Samh-xn, Ilalrolcl Sm-ully, -launvs Sla- xmwl. N1llll'l' 'l'lll1'llll2l1lll. llnu' 'I'u'n Anrlrvw XVFUIIJI, XV:1ll4-r X'k'vstplmI. 'lusvplnim' l,1-suliulo, .Indy Yam l'llm'lm'11, Mr. Nlillvr, lfzlitll llrwcls-r, xlllfllyll XVzll'mlz:llzl, c:l'l'2ll' clinm' Tllmnans, lJUll2ll1l V1-mmvr. Iimr f,lll""NilIlK',' lil-gh-r, Corinne Xlc'N4'il. N2lllL'y' filo, llivllzml 'I'r:u'o, liic-lnzml Num-v, Num-y Slilalgyi, Cl:-rallclinr' XV:lsilvwicl, 'l'llUlll1lS XVilliznns. MR. LANIZAZIS llzlrk Rllll"Al.llllVVlj.l Dm-lah-rxlmnn, liruu' llulwr, Kurt Mm-ish-r, lloy I,m'c'11l, Kvllllvlll Dzlllrlw, Calrtur Foss, Douglas llzuu-m-lc, lll'llC'0 Bar- clay. Nm-il Grant, limmlcl Dolmlwl- sta-in. llicllnrcl Blum. linux Tlrrvr' -- llOS1'lIlill'V Nalstzlli, Nllll'YlIl l"vil, liznymumlS1-luunzu-lu-r. Philip D1-mum, Rulwrt Coupe-r, Allan XYilli:unsun, Oliva- V1ll'4'1lT0, jm-qm-lim Salnclln-rg, Maryann l'au'lwr. llrvu' 'l'u'n- Ainan Osix, -loan Xvnmlf lnmlsv. 4ll'llll l,uc':u'l, Mzlurvvll Millf :-r. juan Swollzu-lc, Marilyn llolmlxins, xllllllilll lll'lIlli1',cl1lllllllK''llllTlil4'Wli'l, lfallim-in l,illli0Ill'S. RlIll'f,H1" Calm-linzn 'llUSU,vlK'1Illt'lll3 Samiilippo, Sluanmn S1-Imlm-, Carrol Svlmltl, NUTIIILI llllsln-n, lllllllt' xvl'l'Sl'lllilll, lrvm- flilI4V1'l', llolurvs xlill'L'll1'lll. SCPHOMORES MISS WANlDlil.'l'-V-323 llrlrlf Hou' :Xnn Clollo, llvlvn .Ian-olws, Su-pluanim' lIIIlJl'0S, l'alrivia lloorlz, clllQll'lK'S Alleirv, llvnnis XYoo1vn. llolorvs l.a lXlUIlll'll. Nancy llvngvls, Marilyn Lang, ,lllSlllll' :Xppl1'i'. lion' 'l'l1r4'1' Callwrinm- Clarlx, lla- nlona lilluxvlx, l'lllu-l llollivins. .lilIllK'S 'l'aloolc's. .'Xllil'1'Ll Sis-inlw, xvillll'l' l"i4-lu-r, xlillllillll Nlovllm-r, Nlvlvin llotli, Diana- Alacolmsvn, Hou' 'l'u'o-Nlary lJl'Sll'iillIlU, -l4'I'l Salvlnilx, llonalml llllllllll, llonalml S1-lnal-lit, Miss XY2lllll1'll, llvnry Sarnvlu-. Conrail SL'llllll, llolwrl Sinyzcynslci. Dm-lows U4-Millie-r. Hou' Um'-Sonia Christians:-n, Nor- man Sclnlltz, Marianns' llvllvttivrv, Millivm-lit Gallo, Mary Ann l,a Bruno, Patricia G4-rlmasi, Cam- Ann Elilxvri, Clauclvttv liilllf. MISS COONEY-l2l Burk Hour - llicliarcl l"allum'slci, llogcr lilwrwx-in, Dvan llallorucl, Ronald -lacolx-lc, llicliarcl llont, Cliarlvs Klinlu, llalplx Ns-lson. How Thru'-Sanclra Pvtvrson. Pa- tricia Mallory, Gvorgia Zivglor, Valcria Cntowski, janirv VVvisvn- lvorn, Cvralclinv Sollcn, Patricia! Fatt, Sliirlvy Pyclili, llillfibiil Swvcm-y. How Tivo-jncly Spanola, Sllaron Kolclvr, Marilyn Mass. vlllllll Larson. llolwrt Singvr, Gm-ralclinv llollinnan, Katlilvvn Duffy. Nancy Cisinslci. Ron' cllll'-'-x7i'I'0llll'll lJallnu-ic-r, Miclias-l Manrvllo, Patricia Van Rm-k, Barlnara Kita, lfrancinm- llvs- zutko, lluill Milla-r, Arlum' llocl, Alana-t Niotis. "9" 4 MRS. SIPCHIENAZIS Buck Rau'-llolxm-rt lXlcNlalnon, Rob- vrt Dixon, liivlnarml C4-rtz, Maclvlinv Milf-s, Alan livans, Marilyn llvicl- 4-nlilntli, Donalrl Nlarlw, LIZIIHPS Nlolnar, llarolcl Sokol, llivluarcl Xlllllllll. lion' 'l'l1r4'1' Nlilmlrvcl l'1ric'kson, Donna l'nrv1's, Carol Stlnnpp. Pa' trim-ia Nlatras, joan XVr'lnnan, Z1-lla l"allc'sm'lC, Alnmlilll Amlvrson, Sllirlvy llapvy, Lois VVarcl. lion' 'l'1rof-Txlary Ann Nlanago, Uvralflinm' llulmlwrlw, Nlargic' Dro- yonm-lx, Mary nlanm- XYisowaly. Bar- luara Solmolc-ski. Conlon Kranlgag-k, Cllarlvnc' lilc-ngvl. llvlvn Palrilsos, -lnliann SlI'l'ilK'l'. -lllllll'S Il:-sn'onro1u'l. Hou' Umh- Patricia Czop, Karon Claw-y, Donna Oc-lis, Nlarilyn Man- gini, llianm' Sicllc-y, Al0Sl'lTllllll' Pio- warcxyli, Marin' llvan. llvginu Nl'allvn-lc. SOPHOMCRES 4 l,..-. ,F Y ,,..-M.-r Q wks! X if WJ' MRS. CUNLEY-316 Bark Hou' V- Barlmara Uansior. l'lilcL'n Pl'fl'I'S, john XYyclra, liicllarcl jolxn- son, l"ranlx Linclvrnman. lialplu Ullfillll, llarry Gustafson. Mclvin Zvrwas, lionalml Svlmolivlml, liogvr Olrllil-ld. , V , , , Hou' llmw' 'xlllfllyll Lzavlm. Loral- mlinc' Kostnlslii, In-ns' ,llllljllllUIl, .loan SL'llI'ilill'l', Dorothy NYillQs, Phyllis NYoilkowslxi. joan l'omm-ki, Susan lCvm'l's. l'alrim-ia Colnllxanls. lion' 'l'1l'u Narlvy lim-lxsorn, Dianv Nlillalilx. Kallu-rinv Nystrom, Nlary- l,ou Clvlll-. Carolv Nlor-gun. Cm-olv Tllonnas, liolwrt Svrwinski. llou' Um' Ilvlvnv Lnszowialq, l'aulinc' Spiuci. llarolal l"ornoll, Marilyn llolratz, joan Tlwinn, Nlnuy lm Bovnl. XYaltn-r Shaw, Charloltm- Lansing. NIR. RUSH--228 lirlrlf Ilou' fll1ll'1'lli'K' Nvlson, qlowpluim' Dililu-rio, Aloan Mlllll'll, Donalml llama, Kvnnvlln lsakson, -IRIIIIVS Ilarlu-, Ilialu- 'I'yrrc-ll, G1-ralcl lll'llllN'l, l,orm'lla Cl1'rl1ar1ll. Hou' lIllH'4'l' Salvalorv I,auri4-, Kon- nvlln rlllllllll, lloln-rt ll1lllllK'l'. Allillll lim-rnski, Nlaltlww Ixassnvl, Alamos lhnnlwangln. I'Irwin llovll. lion' 'I'u'o lilainm- ilalmrivl, Lillian Snlmlz, Nlr. llusln, clilflill'l,flli'll1ll'll, Arlm-nv Siclor, Slnaron llillslrom. lion' Um'-C11-ralmlim' NVrona, llay- rnoncl Alanz, Nlaric- Snlyc-zynslci, Sally Ann Lipinslei, Carol Zclm-rslci, Alllllll Swahllc, Nanry SU'l'lllN'fg, Donna Scllromlvr. MISS KURLANKSKY-303 Bark Rout 4 C1-ralcl Novak, Dan Mage-l, Clrarlvs llarrc-r, T4-rry Lynch. Stanlz-y VVykowski, Kun' nc-th Lallnda, josr-ph Ziaj, Carl Nlantvgna. Hou' Tllrvf'-l,an1ral4-v XVoods,'l'm-rry Mnsial, Carol Pina-, Dorothy Szatclc, Frank llovmisclm, lilizaln-th VVocr- nc-r, jndith Pilarslci, Susan Sokolski, G4-ralclinv Lanrc-nzano. Hou' T1L'UA Hull! Manclilv, Carol Dnrlmin, Antoninvtlv Krass, llarlxara Kalvig, Sally Poparaml, Pc-nny jonos, -lvarnnnv Cast, l.ois NVQ-dig, john Gillis. Hon' fllll'--'Ill'll'll Sic-rzr-ga, Norma Sllym-r, Arnie-lm-mn Spvclalv, Arlvnv Cllylvwski. liarlmara M uflartlly, Corrinc- llollsvn, Carolyn Bum-lnan, l,ong4'm- Kolocllivi. K , . llagc 25 SOPHGMORES - JUNIORS NIISS 0'IIIi.-XRNi322 Burk IIUI1' Ilvxvrly IIisIn . ' IIAlII1lIl.XYllXll1' limi, I'IcIw:lrcI IIrmx'x1. fIlllI1's IIKIIIIU IIILIIIIKI IIIIIIKI . . , 1 . . 4.---- XIIIYIIQII iurla-ll I IIl'1'II'l fIlXIl IIIPHA 'I'l1rw' Ultu III-ug:-l'. Carol Iaxalm. XIIIlIlA1If-Ilbss, I,ux11:lC.rzm- . Iurcl. XIRIVIVIIK' .'Xl'gvllli111'. ICILIIIII' lIjm'y10, XYRIIIQIAI Ilrunxki. Carrol lic-IX. S7 IIIXIIIUIIQI IJIlIllI'lll Hun' Iilvgvn, Hiallxl' cIIlII'Oll1l, I'II1lIIll' . , . . 3 Llallm-ll. Iiusm-nlalry' IUl'1'lIil, c.I2II'IL'l' 1 lim-Ilaln. lirvu' Um' IJumlI1y CAIIIZISIZI. Alum' I IIIOIIQII, lIalrImr:l Aljlalsl, I'lIl'u'l'l , Cflwxxlvy, -IPJIII Imwis, liunallrl IM-I-Iv mann. KIIIZIIIVS .'XIIm'n. -Iauu' IM-sl l'UllI'Ul i Q I 1 X 5' F 'I 0--v I 1....!l3 -3 ff-4 " Hi' QQ J. -fx NIR. SNUIX IR,-XSS-201 lirlrk limi' czilfy' Xivhm-ll, Carol Sm-Ilxlau-IQ, Ilmlalhl KIUIIUILI, .Xntun I'1'lra1n. 'I'lmm1u Iiialls-MIL. ,IUIIII Ilnymn, ,loam Svlxustc-l'. 'l'Inmms I.m'IlxlIu's. I,mx I',m'IuIs'r, limi' 'l'u'n IIJIIIIIIII' .'xlIIII1'I'. Suuizl I':lx'IiIQ, IIm1:lIcI -Izu-nlxs, XIV. Snull- jJ,'l'llSS, Ala-:ln Ixm'r4-Im, XY:aym- I,:umI4'l1- mlorf, Iiilzn Nlikus. lima' f,IIl"'BI'I'IIIl'I' .'xIIlIl'I'St'II. -loam xIllK'IIK'l'. III-rlrulim' ilzlimlzx, 'Immun' livtlvy. -IIIIIIIIIJI Ixnrmpm-I, lfllmu II:-ruws, I'IIv:umr Ilzlau-ILA-l'. Ilulorn-Q Xlzulglu. I' . 1' MISS NIACKAY 213 Hufk Iinu' KIIIYISIIRIII 'I'ImcIium, H1lI'I1llI'il Curry. -Iaum-s XXX-cII1uII', I'IcIwin Ilalnsa-n, Ilia-Il:1rcI ,I1lIlIIS, xvllylll' .IIIIIIIIL Luis UNI-41I. Kvn- nvtlm I.au'a1mI. lima' Tm:-I,iIIia1u Klum-III-r. 1.4111- rvllm' .-XllcIm-x'sml. ml-lIl4'I XIau'IxI4'y. IJo11:1IcI 'I'4'w4'II. Ilonzllfl II.lw-Hal. .-XllhvilnfttvCfzzpauxw.XIzl1'I4-ln'lll'1mssi. II1114' Um' Czlrnlv Svllmniw. :Kingm- lim- Korlmilzls. -Iaunvs SilllL'I'. Nanny VVIIIYIISIIII. Klum' KiIt'lIIl.lI'1'Ii, IILIIPII IIuIiIx, Clmrlf-s Nlzulxis-I, lilazinv ,I'I'K'i'Ixil. ff. Pagv 26 jom-s, liurlmzlral jnlmnshm. Victor I Nu 'Vw 'Ni ps ,...:n-Gxv f f 2' MISS l'li'l'liRS-203 Burk lhvuf Vito Colvllzl. lfrvd lfkn- vits, -IUZIII Pzlknlzl, lh-ttv Yalllm-yy jnsvplm lJc'Cn-orgv, Cjllflylt' XYipp4'r- nlanl, Dalnivl xY1lll'l'S. Stvplwn XYyLl:l, ICriu Mussvy, f:1'l'1llllilll' jvs- nol Nh ru' 1-A ws .Q 'ax l 'is SL' . N '1 'gin' .'xL'L'l'UIl'0, A iss ' ' Ulkh, -li'1lll1'lll' Otlosvn. Un nrvs Fink. liogm-r Kxwvlxt. lizlrbalral Knfvldt, Bt'l'll2ldillt' Oslrngzl. Run' cylll'-'fzllyllill Suln-rn, In-110 Nlilvwski, -lan'qm'lim' l'lx'clgx'l'. Pal- triuial Oclmlo, Nlznrilyn Laltinlc-r, lmnisv llllplllill. jalniu' Pncllvk. llolnrvs llukvs. MR. KEATING-216 Burk Rtill'--XV1ll'Tl'Il Curling, lilisv lmv, .lun -Iolnlscm, lnnl AIOIIIISOII, john lfclivk, ,losvplx -Izlxwltc, jun IIQIIISPII, llalrlmm Nlzllkowski, juycc gl lnclnvillal. S Hou' 'l'u'u -- Dianna- D1-pkv, joan Krall, Clun'l4-nv Kullw, Nlnry Bvrgs- lznnl. lcfllllk Clmison, VVIIUIIIRIS Kirby, :Xnn Bork, Clmwlxlmmlm llilmlwrn. Curall- dinm' lxnnlvlli, IDUYUUI3' Syslo. lima' Um'-Rmlzllcl Alcpsvn. Kililllvl' NlK'yl'l', l,z1Ym1nv Kl'k't-l'l'. SII2lI'll'll1' AllTI'l'L'llt, Snsnn .IUIIIISOIL -loam Knlik, Dan'lm-m' llalrkzlul. liosnliv xlilfiillli. Page 27 VN! R .IUNIORS Burk Hun' Hlwouml l':l'il'kSOll, Hus- sm-I lanppigl, tilmrh-S Huw:-r, Mur- gznwt lxlvpsla-4-ll, liallpln Callliwlru .IUIIII l'4-sm-lxkv, llvorgm- XX':llsln Clalylm' ilumlwin. Sluirlvy l,l1'I7l'. limi' lllrm' Lzlml l!hUlIi'Illll'1l, Al4'1lll f1llI'lNllllilll. lzllvn N14-mlm-Y liulmwl l.lIlIl. Hl'll1'I' l,r'w:nn'. linllu firms lhagvr SigLswm'tll, Il2llil'lll'l' Kill:-r. Rmb 'l'u'u Bvliy Korz4'ni1'wsLi liugvr lI:n'tnvtl. l'I1lXX'2lI'1l Skuwrnn I'-1ll'iS NlL'CZill'tllf. Ilim-lnaml Iivrk lbillfikiil Ihlxllclzlgv, Cfzlrol Ni:-nu-s. limi' Um, - Susana llznmu, -Iuyr-4 Sl'X'l'l'llS. Ann lJz1Yilzl, Calrul Ililvh- lvr, Sllzll'ln'm- Alm-Lu, -IoAnn AYUIIZI SIISZIII rl-ilylllf, c:ZlHl1'l'ilH' Sm-lwnrll. MISS HIRUNS-224 Burk Rua' -- Raymond liulinski, C1-raid .ll'lUll4'k, -lark Moskaia, Erl- warcl Divk, XYalh'r Scham'ch'l, Brian Alicia-i'soii, Ronald Lang, liclward PQIIISCIIQIII Hou' Tlirvr'-Carol Cotta-lm-ig NYal- tvr Kvnar, janv Moll. Burton Kalninski, Rivhard Manyik,'l'hoinas Nvhlsvn, Patricia Kirsch, Carol Rom-hl. Iiow TlUHfP1lll'i1'iil Murphy, Shir- h-y Larson, -Ivan Loc-karcl, Sharon Marshall, Diane- D4-Bonis, Rita Csolkovits, Marilyn Kl'lllll'dy, Mar' garvt Uvvring. Hou' 0110 - Nancy Pvlrick, Ioan Dm-Chvrris-, Faye- N1-ss, Richard Higgs, Dah- Lunsford, Madvlino l'0sL'likc', Carol Lucas, Butte' Ulsvn. MISS HOPPE--313 Buck How-Barbara Pranica, Arthur NVildc-, Larry liauvn, Rohcrt liay, Charles Sale-rno. Richard Spcnccr, XVilhvrI Schulz, Elaina- Schwrhko, Carol XVard. Hou' Tllrve - Nancy XValtc'r, L4-o Vanllvrlllilst. Lore-n Avvnson, Marilyn WN-y, Bvtty Yates, VV:-slcy xVl'iS, Anne Sonnnvr. Marian VVittv, john Niotis. Hou' Two-Joycc Brown, Elvanor VVirsh'r, Adrir-mu' Smith, Arthur johnson, Rohvrt Ford, Barbara Shaw, David xV1'llll4'I'lllll'g, Sandra V ic-rm iw. Row c,7lC-'c:1'I'illdilN' Viani, Lois Pytlcwicz. Ann 'l'op,Joyc0 liriksvn, Alam-t Spriggs, Katlu-rinc Skirha, Roma VVilliains, Sharon Dittlnan. I' MR. Sll.YliRNI.AXN-325 liurk lluu' I.:u'ry Platt. xlllflx Panini, Rin-llaml llIllllllilSl'll. ,Iulm Vlalsinslii. .IQIIIIVS Nlbilmrl. l.alw- r1'm'a' km-lmn. 'Iauns-s .'xllll4'l'SUIl. llmmlql Ilissling. l'I1lxx'1l1'cl Nlillilllll. Hum' 'l'lm'1' Vinh-1 xlflil. llUS1llf'll Dmnm'm'. lbtlllllll llmnluw, llnrlmru Kmnmplxal, lylfllillll lmlmig-al. xyllllillll Nlnrtinu, Kmlm-ill Klms, Calrul jc-:nl lla-usmx. 'I'lumms Ygnsl-lupulus. Ilnu' Tuul .Xrln-nu' Z1-ll-nt. llurrivt llulxlllwrjl, 4ll'LlIl1'lfl' Krul. :Klin- Stlllllll. N111 Silx 1'l'lll.lIl. .-Xliu' Swit- lilx. lclllllll' llluulx. .-Xllnlwy' lim-ml. lytillllll lll'lll1'll1lll1'l'. llnu' Um' 114-xlswivxx' Czlrlsml. .'xlljl1'lllll' .-Xlm-vu-ns. XLIIICY Opal. ll1ll'lHll'il Kinslxi, flt'Y'1llilllll' Gola-uno, -loam Dulwl, Iia11'lmr:1 S4-ln'm'ilwr. NlllI'll'lN' lim-L1-r, s war MISS AID.-XNISUN-125 llufli lluu' .-Xlllnwl xY1'l5Sl'IlSll'lll. Dmlallml lin-lmmll. Iiulu-rt llQllll'll. l'lllQl'lll' S7011-Ulu. Xorlwrl Slillfll, lCclwalrml xvlllIlUXYSlil. Alun Kun-vvr. llvnry' Lvppin. llmmlml B1-lkc. XYil- liam liosn-mnlcl. llivlulxxl XV-IQIIUT. Run' 'lllru' 'l'lu-mlurv lirickson. lirunn liiu-lain. 'I'l1m-mlnn' l'llll'Ill'll. xlllfllyll l'a-tvrsvlx, llicllalrql Swag- lionv. clllLlI'lK'5 NIL-ruuriu. Clmrlvs N4-lsuu, liuynmmml flilL'l'llIllU, liar- lmru Lcsliv. -lznnvs Slllllll. Ilnu' Tru, fllvlvu c:l'lll'lll1lll. Mau'- gam-l Rh-nig, Christina' Nlulvk, Lur- mim' Kvrclxo, flt'0l'L1i' Olson, Bur- lmru NVykuwslxi, 'llmmns liospmlcl, Czlrolim' Cuupvr, Lillian llvnglsml. -loyu' Pnkorn. l,or4-tm Glnsvr. Hun' Um' Gail Cllnimwoli, Szmclru Gan'rtm'r. Sully NYilsuu, juan Hvrg. l':1lI'll'lll' Crulwr, lfmily Zngralpllos. Clvlllvlxtilu- BUIIIIAIHU, Bnrlmral ' Nll'llSL'lll'l. JUNIORS - SENIORS f,x Page 29 MR. CANTU-312 Hawk Hou' -llulwvrl Cusimini, I"r:1nk M1-ssxlwr. lionallcl l'uc'l1i, llucly Dm'l1h'rlnan1n, .lolm lfwvrl, Mur- wlulll Ugnv, jack llzlrtvl, Ralph l'lillli4'Illll1ll, 'l'lmmus Kuglvr, 'llmmals Slulllvross. llmmlzl l.zlvin, llnu' 'l'u'n - Maury Spiu-i, YYUIIIII' Srllwzlw, l,Ul'I'2lllll' lmjal, Iwo Bill, liruvm' l':XilllS. lizllpll Kl'lll'K1'l', NYil- liam -lan-ulmm, Xvllllillll AIlKl1'fSl'll. xlklff Kulwr, llvlly XV1'clip1. Hun' Um' lialrlmm lllK'lll'l'S0ll, NUTIIISI Sc-lnuicl, 'lliilll Sllliljlklfll. Nlilnlrml Dm-mzum. liurlmru Hur- vlulrmlt, lim-mlny fl1ll1lS, lilillllt' Nlilllf. H1-n:ul4-Ilan Colin. 5 Xfff' 1 i. 3k+5 Qkf ' Q X , Xi? ,er 'Q 'NE SSW' 1 'E-'K Work and Play Made the Perfect Day THIS STORY HAS A HAPPY ENDING 'lille graduating seniors, all SlllllK'S with thoughts ol' the future. cliseuss their plans lor their Awarml Assem- bly in January. Brick Hour-ltolx-rt llaltes, lean- nette Kozlowski, Kent Arnolcl. Front lion'-,lean Opal, Lorraine Laehata, Camille Proee, Lilo Borf eharcl, George liaehar. john llall. llolmert Dale. NVith only one semester to go, these -lB's are smiling. but with the thought in mincl that they soon will be gracluating too. Slr1nr1in,45-Diznie Schiller, lfimily Zographos, Carol Saehtlelxen, Marie Kashul, Ceralcline -Iasinek, Claudia Degner, ltussell Notar, liay llarri- son, Katherine Sweeney, Leona 'I'elep, Joyce Ileinrieh. Sitting-ltoseinary Manago, Betty NVeclig, Lillian Bengston, Mary Norton. Ceralcline Zawatski, Bar- bara NVykowsl4i, Lois Herman, lflsie Mae Lucas. The oflicers presented speeches on Award Night. They are Nancy Ostermeier, William Trecka, Elea- nor Brinkman, Diane Bourclages, ancl Leona Zoeh. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-JANUARY . . . Because it carries with it tradition as well as honor, the National llonor Society has much meaning for seniors. Graduates who visit Foreman so often speak of gratitude for the faculty members who gave them the extra incentive which enabled them to obtain membership in this, the elite of all clubs. The climax of the semester was the Awarcl Assembly during which honor students and other outstancling seniors presented a program of speeches and entertainment and received special recog- nition for their high achievements. Miss Cecilia Costello was in charge of all the activities of the group. Page 53:2 A SEQUEL FOLLOWED IN .IUNE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY-JUNE . . . lleorganizc-tl in thc' spring svlncstcr hy thvir sponsor. Nliss Cvcilia Costvllo, the National llonor Socivty accvptvcl many now incinhvrs to rt-place' those who gramlnatccl in Fvlmlary. lnnnvcliatvly. plans wort- hvgun for futnrv invvtings, with vniphasis on tht- Awarcl .-Xssvnihly anal Tva for Part-nts on ,lnnc 12. The group incluclvcl many ontstantling stuclvnts with unusually high ratings in scholarship. citizc-nship anal lvatlcrship. llost-mary Nlanago was happy to haw- tht- ht-lp of Clanclia De-gnvr. Lois llvrnian, anal liay Harrison in planning tht- organization s activitic-s. Having rt-coin-Ll top st-holastiu honors. int-rnlwrs loolg forward to the-ir graduation. Rllfk Itou'-Ct-raltliiiv Zawatski. lilsiv Lucas, Ia-ona 'IK-lvp. Dianv St-hillvr. Nanny Yicrling, Xlary' Norton, K1llllt'l'lllt' Sn'm-viii-5. C tl lllllllt ll lnhl Bu hara l"ist-hcr, Carol Sat-litla-lu-n, fxlariv Kashnl. lion' 'I'n'o--llolwrta lfisuln-i', llnssvll llcrgm-r, Alhin livrggrc-n. llnssvll Notar. lion' Om'--loan lll'lllxll5lt'XYlK'Z, vloycn- llL'inl'iL'h, Carol Cnlila. Rita lloop- inan. Lois llc-rinan, Clanclia Dr-gm'r, llayinontl llarrison, Lois Svhott. Host-niary Nlanago, Soon thvso ilk--ll! stntlvnts will hm' following thc' liootstvps of thvir st-holarly lrivncls. liuvk Hou'--Carol llvnson, llarhara Ln-sliv. Yivtor Lm-, Alosvph -l1llll'lll'. llonalcl llama-lht-rg, Allrvml Dorf. Nancy lirhartlt. lilsim- jonvs. Yvonnv "' Schwartz, llarhara XYykoxx'slxi. Front Ilou'-Clnristins' Nlalvk, tlviitwivu' Carlson, Carol lfox, Nant-v Opal, lilainv Block. Lillian llvngston. Bcity XV1-nlig. lCn1ily Zographosf Diam- Dm-llonis, Nlarlvm- lll't'lil'I'. N E WQ X 'iw -41 1 Q Page 33 THEY MAINTAIN A STEADY COURSE SA-43 HONOR CLUB Back How-Norma Schmid, Mary Spicci, Jack Connor, Barhara Leslie, Christine Malek, Barbara lN'leuschel, Edwin Blum. Row Two-Mary Kohcr, Gail Ghionzoli, Benadetta Gotto, Lorraine Kercho, Geraldine Haubl, Katherine Ryan, Margery Lundgoot, Joan Renkosiewicz, Joyce Pokorn, Russell Bergner. Row One-Elaine Mohr, Yvonne Schwarz. 3B HONOR CLUB Buck ltmu-Adrienne Smith, Diane DeBouis, Carol Jean Benson, Elsie Jones, Ronald llamelberg, Nancy Erhardt, Jerome Dorf, Joseph Janette, Edward Ilinzki, Betty Yates, Edward Panschar, Carol Ward, Arthur NVilde, Anne Sommer, Carol Cottcleer, Jeannette Ottoscn, Victor Lee, Vito Colella, Eleanor Wurster. Row Two-Nancy Opal, LaVonne Kceter, Joan Kulik, Carol Lucas, Carol Fox, Ann Top, Bette Olsen, Madeline Pcschkc, Carol Gramza, Shirley Larsen, Gloria Galassi, Joyce Mehrtens, Nancy Petrik, Genevieve Carlson, Sharon Marshall. Row One-Joyce Erickson, Joanne Kroll, Elaine Block, Katherine Skirha, Jacqueline Plcdger. SB and SA-4B HONOR CLUBS . . . The SB Travelers and the SA-4B Excel- siors greatly enjoy their meetings, Where most discussion centers on the require- ments for entrance in the National Honor Society, the aim of all memhcrs. Although the gatherings are mostly social, there is time for an interchange of ideas concerning the ambitions and dreams of everyone. The sponsors of these clubs, Mrs. Lucile Sipchen and Miss Genevieve Flaherty, lend the necessary helping hand to set the pace for the advancement of the club. Page 34 2A HONOR CLUB Back Row-Juanita Knoppel, Ruth Ann Cross, Peggy Klepsteen, Christian Thudi- um, George Walsh, Carol Schaack, Nancy Thomsen. Front Row-Joann Avena, Eleanor Haacker, Rita Mikos, Pauline Appler, Joanne Betley, Bernice Anderson, Carol Schaefer. I IA-2B HONOR CLUB Back Row-Carol Evans, Mildred Gloss, Barbara Kalvig, Sharon Hillstrom, Irene Jungthon, Mildred Ericson, Neil Grant, Nancy Ilengels, Olive Vaccaro, Helen Jacobs. Front Row-Sally Ann Li inski, Sandra Peterson. Arleen Chylewsii, Antoinette Krass, Raymond Schumacher, Carol Eek. lA-2B HONOR CLUB Buck Row-Jane Descourouez, Nancy Sternberg, Barbara Kita, Carolyn Buchan, Mary Ann Manago, Diane Sidley, James Deseourouez. Front Row-Veronica Dallmeier, Clarise Buchan, Angeleen Spedale, Camille Tur- kiewicz, Dorothy Holm, Lois Wedig, Eileen Peters, Lois Ward. THE STRUGGLES THAT BRING SUCCESS IA-2B and 2A HONOR CLUBS . . . As our name implies we, the Mountain Climbers, are constantly trying to climb the mountain of suc- cess to reach the almighty peak which, in reality, is the National Honor Society. The fifteen members of the ZA Honor Club, the Progressives, have the same goal in mind, to advance to something better. We hope always to go forward in life. The sponsors of the two groups, Miss Clory Bulawa and Miss Irene Hirons, enjoy meeting with the members in a desire to give them a good start towards success. Page 35 T or THESE AMAZING MINDS OF OURS Elaine Sehwcbke likes to read items of interest to these psy- chology students. Back Row-Rose Louise, Ruth Hanson. Front Row-Marion Allcls, Elea- nor Brinkmann, Janice Schenk, Alice Kosiba, Barbara Richer- son. Pat Kaczmarek discusses club activities with the other officers -Shirley Prucbnick, Virginia Duffy, and Sandra Eustice. P' I ,. . . lhe structure of the brain IS explained by Corinne Cetfe. Back Row-Pat Moore, Helen Mikul, Kay Sweeney. Front Row-Adrienne Smith, Anna Top, Pat Peterson, Sandra Viernow, Diane Bourclages, Bev- erly Ferris, Lois Pytlewicz. PSYCHOLOGY CLUB . . . The study of human behavior is fascinating, to say the least. Mrs. Ruth IIoppe,s Psychology Club members have delved deeply into the subject to find the answers to their many problems. VVhat makes the mind act as it does, and why are people so different from each other? Maybe soon they will learn some of the contributing factors to these mighty big questions. Page 36 WHAT IS YOUR SCHOLARSHIP, PLEASE? It was lmtiiiiailm- lur us tluit Nlr. C. Wlilliauii llvilvy. llirm-tux' of Amliiiissiuns ul' Nurtliwi-stcrii Univm-rsily, wus L'0Ill'l'l'I'lllll willi l"oi'i-iiuiii se-iiiors on tlu- rlaiy wc woro plmluigiuipliiiigl our cliilms. NN illi tlu'ir iiiiiuls sul un pur- suing iulxiuu-ml 1'lliu'ailimi, lluw- slullvlits slmly ilu' i'i'quirm'iiu'iils :mil fiu-ilitu-S ull ilu' ililli-ri-nt llIllYl'I'Sltli'S. Shnuling -.-Killa-iiv Splitl. Cimmly ii l'1'l4'l'sml, ll1'vn'rly l'1lplu', llulu-rt Kiinzc, llulwrt l,1lSCll, licliiiuiul l lillA1lSllllUXYlK'l. Sifling fll1ll'l11ll'il -lniivs. login llK'lIk0Slt'XYll'7, xlLlI'lL'IH' Ziilwr- maui, llilu lluopinain, Kaitluwiiu- l':1l:uiu, llaiymmul llzirrison, Ilosi' Niclwttzl. 'l'lu' sliuly of l'llll'1lIlx'l' vxaiiiii- iiailions l-UYIIIS llu' lxlsis of iiiamy' lllt't'lilljlS for llll'S1' lmys :mil girls. Slumling -llairluirii Si-liaivlviy l'1iigi'iu' l,1ll7l'1K'lxl, llusvmairy Maiiiaigix. Sillingz juan S1-lumlwiii. Nauuw' Yivrliiig, Nlilfll' K1lSlllll. Hairy Ala-xzlvos, Cliuulin livgiu-r, -luym' lli'im'icli. 'If Q .3 Ili, Q Ii L-X, llsim 'S i I ET! 'Nw if" .lu- . .A CUl,l,lfGl'f Cl,l 'li . . . lliulci' tlu' spoiisorsliip ul Xlrs. llusi' Xl vlss. llu- Cullvgv , . 4 - . , . , 4 1 Vlulm pmxicli-s 'iii npluwtiiiiitx' to svc'lli'c- up-toclitr iiilmmitum iuiiicliiu' llu 1-Ulla-gvsoiii' stiulviits may aittviul. l7isc-lissioiis of iiitcri-sting sulmii-cts gm- 1-Ili-r-tixv I to solxi soimi ul flu' pmlmli-ms ul lJl'USl3i'L'tlXl' mllr gm lic sllnu in. in lu-l ming . " llilgv 37 STRICTLY FCR SERVICE T0 ALL S'I'l'UIiNT COUNCIL . . . 'I'hc Stuclcnt Council, always co11- c1-1'111-1I with soinc wo1'thwI1iI1- projcct, sponsors thc activity pass. which 1-ox'1-rs thc 1'XIDl'IlSt'S for all cI1z11'iti11S. thc FUIIICNI1-KN NICXVS. 11111I 51111-1'11I 11ctiviti1's. All in11o1'11tio11 this vczn' was thc 111I1Iition ol' s1p1111'1- KIQIIICIIIQ' to thc sociuls which I11-1-1111111 so llflpll- llll' tI111t 11111' gy11111a1si11111 was usccl for social KIZIIICIIIQ whilc thc UtlN'I' 1'1-S1-111I1I1-cl Il 111o1111t11i11 Ioclgc XVllt'l'l' you "Swing, your part- lll'l' to thc 1'igI1t--N. Ilighlighting thc zlctivitics of tI11' ycur wcrc 7 thc 111ox'ic. "Sky Iligh NX YUIIIIIIQ-I. anal :XCl'0IIlt'2llI'l'. which I'c11- turccl ll XYCII-Ixll0XX'Il collcgc group ol tu111I1I1'1'S. zlcrohzlts. z1111I KI1IlIi'l'I'S. Xliss cilillll I,11wi11 is thc 611111111-il sponsor. IIll'St' SIIIKIUIIIS l'Ilt'l'liI'Il 111 points I111 S1 IX 111 I1 S!1l111li11,g-'Lois I711II1I11', KilI'l'Il IIi111I1-1'I11111I I71 1111 Dun Si1'Iin,1,5 IIFHIIIIII flu' f!lIIll"I,I'IKIl'4'S Kllllill 1 Nlll 1 1111 II1111l Ixu 1 C11-orgc NY:1IsI1, ciI0l'IIl KIIIIIISSI, NIRIYIC' I II11- SOItIlt'I'S 0X'l'l'St'ilS W1-rc II11- IOIIIIII 1I1 HLIIIII nts ol tI11'-.1 1 I IIos11Iinc IIi1-1-I1io, I'z1uI AIUIIIISOII, Ijillllllll Kpplu I clxx 111I IIIIINLII 1r 1111l 'No 111 S1I111It1 S11 1 11 1111- II11rl1:11'11 I111-I11-rso11, I'I:1rI1z1r11 Shaw, 1n1I C Ior1 1 I,l't'lTI'llIIllII II11' ciI1I'ISIlll2lS t1'1-1- with Olll 11114 ntx 111 11I1 111 tI14 1rt 1I1ss lx I ll 1 ffI1risti:111'I'I1u1li11111, XYIOIGI Ifoss, C11-111151 XX IISII Il1I11r1x 111 1 ff is Il 1 111I 1 Illilfj' xlllllilgtl. C11II1-1'ti11g 1111111115 wus II111 1'1-spo11s1I11I1tx 11 1I11s Lfltl Slllllllillgl ICII11 Nlill' Outcs, Iyllillll' NY1ts1I1I111I I1II1111 Skllllll Nllfll msun C ll 'I'I1111Iiu111. SiIti11gg11r1111n1II111'lnlllz'-Ir1-11cAI1111glI1o11 N lIIlX II111I11111111 XI 111 Xnn 1 ll 1 lXL'IIIl4'IIl Iiloss, Bliss filllfil I,z1wi11. ci1lI'OI llllt t ltlllfll ln I1r N Illll I1 III 1'il'lIllf--NI2lTQK'l'f' I.11111I1111oI. Page 38 JUST IN CASE YOU'RE HURT FIRST AID CLUB . . . First Aid is serious business for these boys who want to learn the rules of safety in giving aid to the injured. They have been taught by their sponsor, Dr. Walter Guse, that it is often possible to avoid pain and freiter injuries if certain information is known and proper procedures are g, z . practiced. The club serves a real need in the field of health education by training 1' "'l1'fi"zla l our young people to administer first .nd treatment when it is unc L11 inc carefully given. 1 -- ual I, Dr. Guse's medical background is valuable in instructing these bovs. Back Row-Dale XVendler, Robert Schuster, Kenneth YVintczak, Wayne Kraiss. Front Hou'-llerbert Klein, loseph Kuzeja, Kenneth Sprengel, Conrad Schuh. Shock, and its effect on the heart. is studied seriously. Standing-Robert Felde, Richard Higgs, Richard Hoyt. George Gor- ney, Raymond Bulinski. Sitting-john De Bartolo. Richard Ziaja, Roger jossi. Frank Linde- man, Terry Lynch. Gerald Heinpel, Gerry Mitchell, Ronald Diekman. 'QD f"""- l r 0'KfEfE The application of bandages by Dr. Gnse is watched carefully. Standing-Donald Baum. XVayne Lzldendorf, Richard Certz, James Jacobek. Sitting-Albert Iovinelli. Lee Di- dicr, Raymond Iloyle. Robert Coske, Marne La Belle. Page 39 ilvraulmliiu' lluixvngal, THEY HAD A WAY WITH THE BRUSH 'gtk llvlping slumlvnls lo L'I'l'2lll' tlu- lwsl in mlvsign is Nliss Klll4l.llNl5l'xflS Illilill olxjm'liw'. Burk Iiouv- Xliss Kurlanulsky, l'un' Hlougll llosm-ln'lrv l'o- Hovlll. llolwrl Singvr. Ifrunl lion' lqlililll' t:lll1I'll'l, hluniu- lim-1-ks-rs, Gaul XYoocl- wtovk. liulpln XYisL-lxnmnn, NYilnui Ost1'l'g:x:lrml. Slulron Kolmlvr aulrl color lo lwr painting. Iirlrlc lion' 'sllilfllll Lutz, joyw- lCriksc'n, liumly Dooli- lvrnnln, Cvraklcl Ivlonvk, Gloria flRll2lSSi, Larry S4-rm-n, livvm-1'ly llislnop. Front Hou'--Czlrnnvllzl P41- lvrxno. Sharon Mzlrsllzlll. lflm-auuor XYurstL'r. W4 Ari:-nv Siclor was sc-In-civil Ivy lu-r lrie-mls lo pose- lor llwir slu'lclu's. Burk Hou' llonnlcl Incolwk, Hairy llirsrll. l'lll'llll0l' lus- wn, Nancy lirlnmlt, Dunicl l,illllL'Illl1lc'li, Frou! lion' Carrol xYOI'lilllilll. iff-"3 QD 'fu V If ff' ,QQ is Ylll 'NG AR'l'lS'l'S' Cllvll . . . Visitors to l'10l'0Ill2lll llilYl' l'l'lIl1ll'lil'il nlmout ilu' mlc'c'omtiv1' paintings tllnf nclorn our corriclors. Xlaun' of tlwsv works ll21Yl' lu-vu ncl aunlmitious young pcopln- who uppi'vcia1tc' lucullty uncl clc-sign. XYitl1 tllll luilp ol Xliss Nlnry Klll'lilIlilSlxy. tlwir sponsor. tlllf' lluu' ucqllirvcl skill in slwtcliing lin lll0lll'lS cllosvn Ironl tlwir group. 4 pl'0illlQl'Cl lmy lllK'llllN'l'S ol' tin- Young Artists' Club, il group of lmuclcling u Socially tlu' stuclvnts. lm-cl lmy Slmron Xl11I'SlI2lll uncl joycc- lirilcsvn. sliowml tlwir artistic goocl tnstc win-n tlll'y proclucc-cl il tlling ol' lllilllly in thc- USIIIKDITLRIS- lmorclu wlncll tlu-y svrxccl ut tlu- Cfliristnuis party. Page 40 - - 5'-,kpgg , ,. X ,,.:t3ggjmf ,W t '. . 4 wsxg., .xi .sqf1,f,.Q K Q X? THE WONDERFUL WORLD WE LIVE IN GEOGRAPHERS Huek Hou'-Beatrice Klepler. Marlene XViebort. Thomas Yaselopulos, Barbara Shyer. Georgia Yasclopulos. Robert Sinyczynski. How Two-Charles Schneider, jack Connor, james Anderson, john Dernski, Lee Vanllerllulst, Denis Long. Row One-Joyce Ceshkewich, Carol XVollschlaeger, Carol Ziderski, Patricia Sweeney, Pauline Spicci. Sharlcne Marin. At the Table-Shirley Sorenson. Mrs. Anderson. CONSUMERS' CLUB Burk Ron'-Eugene Owslcy. james Ackerman, Paul Calistro. Richard Leva, Mr, Snodgrass. Front Row-joan Caca, Phyllis Brinkman. Delores Jensen, Patricia Cibons. Clara Engniark. lilaine Borski, Carol Ilanctho. GEOGRAPHERS . . . The anticipation of some day visiting the far-off lands makes each meeting of the Geographers a real pleasure. XVhen Nlrs. Agnes Anderson and members of the club tell about their travels to the unique and colorful sections of our country, then olli we all want to go to explore the vast areas that are ours. Happy days of travel lie ahead for all of us. CONSUNIERS' CLLHS . . . Nlr. james Snodgrass, Consumers, Club members hope to become more intelligent consumers by their participation in this club. Meetings are spent studying, products and the different advertising methods used to influence the public to buy the goods. Magazine articles and newspapers help to supplement the group discussions. Page 41 SCLUTICN TO THEIR PROBLEM MATH REVIEW CLUB . . . The Math Review Club was organized to give students who are mathematically-minded an opportunity for advanced study and review. In preparation for entrance examinations, sample tests, administered by the sponsor, Nliss Laura Kinderman, show students the types of problems they may encounter in college. These are checked during each meeting and form the basis for many lengthy discussions. The period provides for a valuable review of all phases of mathematics which our future engineers and scientists will need in preparation for their future vocations. A difficult and tricky problem to solve is all that these students need to enjoy a lively and stimulating club session. 3 Miss Kinderman enjoys every minute she spends with Jean Opal, Ronald Fish. David Eisenstadt and Orville Sorensen. Interested and capable are George Ba- ebar and Robert Dale who are looking over the shoulders of ltobert Ilakes. NVilliam Treeka, Lee Bryan. Riellard Blitt and Russell Bergner. FIRE Charts and graphs further the study of mathematics for these club members. Stmuling-Marshall Ognc, Edwin Ploehar- ski, Robert Hauck, Eugene Szezcch. Sitting-Jack Koch, Kent Arnold, Fred Ilkovits. Andrew Ciglio. Page 42 WHAT IS GROWING UP? 3. fo '51 vl S5 T3 Qs fxf . BIO-FAX CLUB Burk II1111' N111'11111 SI1y1'1', Mrs. I1111'II11 Y111'Iz, KilIIlI'f'Il X1'sIr11111. I':IIl'Il II1'r1111's. R1111' T11'11 'IIIIIII A1111 Cross. IJIXIIIIQ B111-xyxlski, I.lllII'LxIIl' " ' A111I1-rs1111, NMII111111 IIa1I111, X111115' Stvrn, I11'rg. .IilL'fllI1'IIIll' l'I1'1lg1'1'. R1111' fylll'-QIUIIII Bvrg. 51111111 I'11vIik. Sully AIIII Lipillski. CAREERS CLUB Burk R1111'-C111'11I 1311111-I111r1I, C.11r11111II11 II11s111111x.1, I'.1h11111 IXII , 1 1 CI1i1-QI C"1111iII1- lI111I7i1'ki Bl'Yl'I'IV C11r1I11, NIlIlK'N' QIIIIIII, K11tI1I1-1-11 j11I1ns1111, I1111-I1I11 RYILIIICICT, ' " - '- -- '1 1-r Y11I-r'11 Cutowski, l'11trici11 l'11tri1'i11 NI11II111'y. I'1I'ilIlL'l'S Eppl1'r.'EI11i111' c:llyIl0l',' NI11ry Ly111p1-1111p1111I11s. Front II1111'-C111'yI SIIIIIIDIH, B11rI111r11 S11I111I1'ski, Carol Ii1111pp, G1'r11I1Ii111' XY11siI1'wicl, l,llII'IL'Iil xvilll " A - ' ' - ' " I' ' L1 r-1Z11110. II1-uk, -I:1111-I X111t1s. I1111-I1I11 IIl'1IlI2lI'hIxl, L11111 II.1 Q11111111rt. C.1r.1I11111 111 II FRY CI IIB Bioloqf Qt111I1'11tS who '111' i11t1'r1'stvcI i11 51111111-5, quizzes. BIO-1. ,.1 xy. .. 1 . t11II1s, 11111I p1'11j1'cts of ll I1i11I11g5c11I 1111111112 1'11r0II in II11- ISI11-Fax CfI11I1 wI1i1-I1 is Sp0llS0l'l'lI Imy Hrs. I,lllxII2l V111'Iz. C11111111-titi1111 i11 tI11' 0011111515 is Ii1'1'11 115 sccmrvs 1I1-t1-1'111i111- II11- Sl'II1l'SIl'I' WI11111-r. TI11' pI1111ti11g of spring fI0w1-ri11g I111II1s 111 I I t'f11I 1I1111ts w1'r1' 1'xI1iI1it1-1I Novc-111I11'1' I11'1111gI1t spI1'111Ii1I 1'1's11Its. 11111 Illlllly llxilll 1 1 Ivy IIll' group. CAREERS CLUB . . ."NVI111t w1111I1I you Iikv to I11' wI11'11 you g.51'11w up?" It might I11- 1'11sy to 1'1-11t111'1- LIII 1111sw1-1' 11t tI11- 11g1- of fivv, I111t wI11'11 y1111'r1- f1I't111'11 tI11- q111'sti1111 I'1'4IllIl'CS s111111' tI11111gI1t. To I11'Ip y111111g p1'11pI1' think of tI11'111s1'Ix'11s i11 t1-rms of tI11'i1' cI111s1-11 v11c11ti1111s. Nlrs. C1-1't1'111Ic S111itI1 IIQIS 111'g1111iz1-1I ll I7I'0Ql'i1lIl of t11II1s 11111I 11' cI11ss1's 11111I to 11111111 1I1'fi11it1- illlSXVt'l'S to V111-11ti111111I 11111-sti1111s. sts. IIlfC'I'1'St i11 tI11- CIIIIJ 11I't1'11 I1'11cIs to 1111'111Iw1'sI1ip i11 tI11' L'2lI't'l'I'S I'11g1' 43 THEY SPEAK ANGTHER LANGUAGE GERMAN Cl,l'B . . .uNl'llll'llIl. zwcinnclaclitxig. clrci-H. Tlic Cc-rinan Cllnlx is playing Inttn ancl lfrwin llocft calls lor all to llcar. Tlic clnli sponsor. Xliss Clara l,awin. ancl IIlt'IIlllCl'9 arm always lmnsy, citlicr planning an cycnt or cnjoying a social activity. :Xt f,lII'lSflllklS tnnc tlic clnlm was plcasccl to llayc tha nsnal Lioocl tnin ont loi tlllll lnnnal 7- .. 1 . Ica. llic xxt'lllllllL'lltSllIlllllln linally arriyccl too, witli liis nsnal goocl lnnnoi' anal gilts. llic lall picnic was nnnsnally wcll ittcnnlccl is thx wcatlicr ni'1n was in '1 vcry spccial lncllow nioocl. 'l1lll'l'llll7 closcml tlic scnicstci' will a social niccting wllcrc tlu-rc was a linm "C lcniatliclilwitf' Miss I.awin likcs lo cliscnss tlic Ccrxnan Clnlm party with lfrwin llocll. lflainc Clanscn. Xlilmlrccl l'lI'lL'NUll.2llltlfl1ll'0l Pinc, Unr clanccrs Marilyn Kcn- nccly and Qllntli Millcr clcscribc a poslcr ol a Cx-rnian sccnc. Huck Hou' Plclwanl l'anscl1ar. XYilliznn Spin-ss, Carol Evans, jan Ilanscn. lfrccl Km-lil. Row Tim-jnlianna Strcdcr, Ia-onaral Oakland. llonnic Les- tcr, Gcralcl Dahl, lilsiu jones, VViln1a Locwc, llalpli Ilulik. Hou' Um'4Kallu-rinc Skirlua, Dianc Lnlrona, Larol Ann luck. Danccrs jolin Swatclx. Mil- clrcml Gloss. .lanics lllnnliangli, and lrcnc jnngllion clcnionstralc ll ilcrlnan polka. Huck Ron'-llnnalml 'I'i'4-inpcr, llarlmara fXlcCai'llny. Norman l'nrycs, ljlllllllly Villas, G1-ralml llicgcr, lion' Trrn-Alcan ilisscllmrcclit, K1-nnclli lsalxson, Caryl KK!K'lll, Nancy Xorsworlliy, .Icanninc Cast, Clcorgia Zicglcr, lilcanor Mn-Nicliols. Hou' Um' Norma l,Ull4'l'lll2lI1ll, l'Iclwar1linc Miclion, Dorothy Canasta. Carol Slriclscr. llagc Al-1 4. u ?,,......-0-12 x 4 Rt X R i A-ff' ,gag R 'H i...w-W . 11.2 EACH HAS A CHARM ALL ITS OWN SPANISH CLUB Clcricvicvc Blartclliui is showing a rctl and wliitc lacqucr tray, a trcasurccl posscssion for any collector of Xlcxican arts. Slumlirig--Iariics Prasky, john Cummings, Louis Passat -Ili. Clara Ingles, Nliss Aclamson. Silting-Cliarlcs XYiggius. Ircnc Carvcr, Diana Cunvill. Ann Cotto, Diauc -Iacolwscn, Margo Dcnton. LATIN CLUB Mrs. Iloglc watchcs thc progrcss of a game of lotto. a form of cntcrtainmcnt which has rcccntly been acltlctl Io rcglular clull programs. Smmling-Nlrs. Iloglc, Allan Crccustcin, Larry jakus. Clcralcliuc Kostulslxi, Dolorcs Tavcuncr. .-Iromul flu' Ifirxf Trlhlc -'I'homas Cicrnialc, Mary Lou Xclsou. Karen Ilinclcrlantl, jauc Dcscouroucz, Kay Islllcrmam. D Arounrl lln' Sccond TIIIPIVAXVIIIIZIIII Knutlscn, Eric Xlasscy. Suc Evcrs, NVaucIa Dronski, Marilyn Maas. SPANISH CLUB . . . Ilow woultl you like to talxc a trip through Nlcxico? That is just what wc in the Spanish Club have clone. XVith thc help of Nliss Georgia Atlainson, wc havc lcaruccl all ahout thu country south of thc Inorclcr-the pcoplc, their customs anal thcir wcll-known crafts. Sometimes a Spanish game or a song aclclctl intcrcst to our colorful Mexican holiday. LATIN CLUB . . ."Fun with Latin" is thc aim of thc Socictas Latina which has thc clistinction of nevcr having missccl a single scmcstcr since it was organized in 1934. From that time on officers ancl special committees havc shared thc responsibility of planning thc programs consisting of games, playlcts. and contcsts. Nlrs. Eva Hoglc, thc clulm sponsor. is proucl of the success hcr clulm has always enjoy:-cl. Page 45 READY T0 DELIVER THE GOCDS 1? eta l 'a New 5 mmr""""7"J' There is nothing like a good old-fashioned patchwork quilt to inspire others to begin a piece ot tancywork, although the sheer net apron is a work of art, too. Back Row-Marilyn lleidenbluth, Letitia Kuszewski, Joyce Brown. Front Raw-Mary Stanley, Joyce Berg, Phyllis Pluska, Kathy Adams, Ioan Schrader, Sandra Pristash, Ellen Mode. Girl Sitting on the Floor-Helen Pakitsos. Nancy Opal, janet Spriggs, Barbara Hando, and Elaine Block admire a tablecloth which they have just begun to embroider. These girls concentrate on individual small articles for their club gathering. Girl Standing-Mary Ann Hahn. Frmzt Row-Veronica Dallmeier, Josephine Lesaltato, Corinne McNeil, Marlene Becker, Marilyn Potratz, Carol liuzek. Sue Danno, Donna XVatcr. Girl Sitting on Floor-Marie Dean. FANCYWORK CLUB . . . Our grandmothers never sat idle, for there was always a piece of embroidery or quilt that was lying about, waiting to be com- pleted. Today, the thirty-one girls of Miss Muriel NlacKay,s Fancywork Club are imitating their ancestors by stitching industriously during their leisure hours in an effort to create an article of lasting beauty. This year the very best that was produced was exhibited in the library during the week of February 23. The Sewing Circle was really a Koffee Klatch at Christmas time when members enjoyed refreshments as they worked. Page 46 THE FASCINATION OF A NEEDLE vi r-'O ISEGINNERS' KNITTING CLUB Buck Houf-Patricia Klondcr. Angclinc Alcxacos, Sliirlcy Ilanson, Etlu-I Iloilcins, Marilyn Lang, Carole Miklasz, Barbara Kuscltt. Hou' TIPU-flill'0I Fox, Sliarlcnc jun-ka, junc Iiaczinarm-li. Iiilccn Sclioon, Barbara Cansior, Patricia Zilliuann, Mary IVl1ittlc, Sliirlcy lticli, Caniillc Proct-, Antoinette Di-ass, Karim Clangcy, Ruth Scliwingbcck. How Om'-Milliccnt Gallo, Bcvcrly Clcr, janicc Pudlck. Falicia Palkoncr, Dolorcs Cccntlicr, Bm-tty Marin- Korn-nicwski, Barbara Stclka. ADVANCED KNITTING CLUB Buck llou'-Ilorotby llolni, Bridgct Dzivinan, Marilyn Mandl, Carol Tlionias, Lorrainc Lacliata, Corrinc Kcllcr. Row Tu'oAI,cona I'olcna. Louisc IJuI'lain, Jllllllll Yan Iinidcn, Miss Tiniko, Gcraldinc Iloflinan. joan Ilulncntzas. Ijlcanor Linn. Sharon Draycr, Sandra I'1-tcrson. Diana Cunnnings. How Omwllorothy Ptak. Jana-t Collins, Ifayc Nvss. Barbara Kalyig. KNITTING CI,I'BS . . . Many of our girls wlio dccided to lcarn to knit joincd tllc Bcgiuncrs' Knitting Club sponsorcd by Miss Pliyllis Larson. Casting on stitclics and lcarning to knit and purl arc sonic of thc first stcps tliat bad to bc lcarncd. Tlu- Adyanccd Knittcrs. undcr thc instruction of Miss Ircnc Tiinko, aspircd to biggcr and better things. Tbcir ultiniatc goal was to proudly display IIIUII' own crvations in the form of socks, mittcns, scarfs, and swcatcrs. To this cud, nccdlcs clickcd loudly and fingcrs nioycd quickly, as row aftcr row was addcd to tlic article that was being produccd. Page 47 SOME TRICKS ARE UP THEIR SLEEVES CHECKER CLUBS . . . Sonic hoys and girls play thc gauuv just for thc fuu they gc-t out of it and thc- satisfaction of outwittiug thc-ir oppououts. Those clicckci' pluycrs did just that. They played for thv fuu and cliallvligc that was in wich iuovo thi-y made. Thai Frvsluuau Clivclwr Cluh. spousorcd hy Nliss Elizalwtli 0'Ilczu'n, lu-ld 21 touruaum-ut. and the pc-rsou with the lu-st rvcord rccvivvd ll gold cup iu rccognitiou of his skill. Nlr. llvury Kl'2ltllljI,.S QB group kc-pt score too. hut just to soc' who wus thc- most alvrt at wiuuiug thc guim-. l FRESIINIAN CHECKER CLUB Sfllllllillij- Ylllfllllil Zorliow, Aliu- Clrulwr. Alain l7iNlm'uu. Szuidrai Nlvsvtli, llailph llK'lllll'lt'liS0ll, Nzuicy Zivglvr, Ilzuiicl lJm1m'zui. liii-Inu-fl 'l'rvssli-i', Armmcl ilu' Firxl IVIIIJICAEITRIBTQ' Dwyvr, Nlurizin Dm-ltuu-r, lfraulklin Lauigo, Leroy Lzlndrlucr, llizuic' l'i'lc-i's4'i1. .vlruznnl flu' Swrmul Tulzlw-Nlairliu Alun. Alosvph D4-1-ring, Alhcrt Lanz, Sharon Eggers, jack iXtt1'lN'l'l'y, Ima' Nclli. Anviiml Iln' 'l'l1inl Tzzlnlc'-lCz11'l Cuiuuiiugs, KAITUII lla-gm-r, llulwrt Nlzirlin. Irvnc Garcia. .slrmnifl ilu' Ifuurili illlllllf'-l,Ul'l'illIlL' -In-iisvu, -Iolm llauhuru, K1lI'l'Il lliudcrlzmd, Faith Rocdcr, Ci-urge' l'z1rk4-r. Lloyd Talylor, Ilia-llzml Krzuitsau-k. ZH CHECKIER CLUB Burk limi'-ll4i1'l'i XY1'0u:1, l,uugm-in' Kulmlzivi, .Iusvpliiiiv l'iwuwurm'zyli, Nlklfllyll Nlelugiui. Ollo lic-i'gv1'. Nlllfj' .-Xuu l,uBru11o, NVilliauu N101-ll:-r. Aiuzx Osis. Uuzuu- XVusvu, I"i'a1m-im' livszulku. Iiuu' Tim -joan Zmiuh, Iustiw- Applvr, Rzunonax Kuwc-k, llc-lm-u jucohs, Patricia Bortz, Stephanie liuhros, l'vuuy juuvs, I,orm'ttz1 ll4'l'hau'dl. Nlury .-Xuu Nluuugu, llUSl'lllill'f' Xalslalliv, Dialnm' Sidlvy, Ray Ditlmnn. Around Ihr Ifirxf 'I'r1l1Iv-Num-y Cin-iuski, Ralph Unrzith. Ric-lmrd Johnson. Arnunrl H10 Svcwlirl TVIIIIIUEJIIKH' Spuuolzi, Xvllylll' Boi, IDUAIH Hnllvrud. Page 48 THE BEST MCVE 0F THEM ALL I-IECKER CI UBS Although the more advanced checker groups are C T , . . . smaller in number, members are by no means less enthusiastic about the game. ' ' ' ' ' ' f' 1 l A 'l l eriod much too Mrs. Florence Hartes 2A Lheckei Llub always iounc tit L uw p short, for they enjoyed the feeling of complete relaxation as they lost themselves in fast and tricky plays. Members of the junior and Senior Checker Club, which Miss Lucy Daniels sponsored, were too engrossed to even notice the bell. Their interest was always pitched so high that they kept right on playing until a gentle reminder from the teaeher resulted in one last move to be on their way to their classes. 2A CHECKER CLUB Sfllll-IITIIQ-lDilflylllll' jones, Pauline Appler, Carol Schaek, Rita Mikos, john Bower, Margaret Klepstein, Donald Soutar. Nancy Thoinson, Eleanor llaaeker. Arouml Ihr' Table Uiaek Rou'laCarol Ilitehler, jean Kerehel, Chris Tluidium. Ralph Calistro, Ann Dc Vita, John lloyeni, Calc Goodwin. Front Hou'-Susan Taylor, Halpli Gunderson, Juanita Knoppel. JUNIOR-SENIOR CHECKER CLUB SflIlllHllgAlfllIiI1C Trcka, Joyce Severus. How Two-Joan Avena, joan Mueller, Delores Mango, jean Cl1l'iSllllZlll, George XValsh, Caroln Schaetcr. Row One-Russcl Zappia, Lois 0'Neal, Bernice Anderson, Barbara Meusehel, Lorraine Leja Joan Pakula. rr G 53.11 1 5.1-4 Page 49 A WCNDERFUL WAY TO RELAX Page 50 yypym ' Dixon. john Palrenti, Roland Mzllh. , Sitting-lil M 1 . .. Sannlmo. l7tlll'lL'ltl XltllTtIS, Donald Krejesk CH lieki's continued ' t V ESS CLUB . . . Mr. Stanley Paw in erest in the gunie ot chess has heen transferred to ineinhers of the Chess Cluh which he has sponsored for several years. Although the group inet only every two weeks. ineinhers learned to play skillfully and with at de- gree of finesse. They liked nothing hetter than 21 hard-fought game in which their wits were challenged every second. Only those hoys with il real desire to eoneen- trate and to take the gaune seriouslv with- stood the puee set by past groups. The Chess Cluh and Mr. Pzlwlieki like ll good tricky game. heset hy many ohstaleles and hard spots. These eluh ollieers unite their skill to win ll gaune. Strlmling-llenry Uxut. ltonalld Ustrowski. sfffillgl'-l,1lXX'I't'llt'4' Koch: ln. joseph llnrroxvniani. Alvin Coleino. Xl: l,.lXNllL ki joins the hoys in their gzune of ehess. Slllllllfllgf-lltllltllll llznnelherg. Charles Nelson, Alvzln l'lV1lIlS. Sifling-ltohert Stevenson. Vic-tor Lee. Edward llintrke,CurlXYipperm1nn.Philip Smith, Donald Xl1ll'lQS. Deep COIlCK'lllI'llll0Il distinguishes this group. ruling-Ioseph Ialnette, I,ee l"uehler liohert o vert Bougndis. Rov Annesser, Curl 'i. JUST TRAVELING ALONG '45, Ks ., MN if YOUNG 'l'rm'c-1 xumgnzixu-s :ulmlvcl culur Llllll in- tvrvst lo ilu- LllSL'll55lUllS. Sfflrzzlirzg---lcmyvv Foss, Philip Dvnunu, jauncs liicck, Burlmru Svlnultz, Patricia llullczllllp. SifIin,Q-Dcmallfl Dolmln-lsta-in, Nvil Cralnl, k1llllll'i'Il Swvvl, Dolores Kamcllc-r, Bahr- lmru Hush-l. Xlzwivs ul' mlillcrm-nl ufmnlrivs wvrc sm-vu all mu-lx nm-4-ling. Slunrling-Dr-unix Svllaxrlm, Nilflllllll jug- luyvn. Silling, liflrk Run' A'l1ll0lIl1l9 Mull-lu-ski, Dc-nicc llocm-, llulwrt ICVRIIIS, Nancy llc-mlm-ls. Silfing. Frmll Hull'-f:l'l'2llClllll' 'l'lIUlllllS, Dzxlm' lflum-ll, lillzl Slay 01111-s, llilfllilfil I I1-ngl-ls. lllzlclyx l'mx'm'll. vf. A. D , ' x my 4 ,N SOIll1'llIlll'5 SIN'L'llll ilvllls ol' llllI'l'l'5l wwf' prvsvlltvcl tu tlu' jllllllp. llllilllil-l"T2lllClS 'l'uhmcl, llalrulcl Svully. K1-nm-th Clllmlm-rsml, Gm-orgu .AL'l'1ll'Kll. mzlrv xl1'yl'l'. Czlrol Brom. YOPNG TRAVELERS' Cl,l'B . . . Nlvvtillgs ol' ilu- Young 'l1l'AlX'l'll'l'S' Clulv lmvc In-1-n Y2ll'll'Cl illlil llll-0l'Il11ltlXC. l':i1L'll gutlm-ing llfilllglll lwlorv tlu- j.fl'0llp ll ncw and clill'vrn'nt rc-gion uml aulclvcl il Wvallfll of infornmtiml to 1-ncll mc'mlwr's lcnowlc-rlf.1c of plan-vs and pcoplv. Tlu- clulm is espn-cially QI'illl'lklll to tllvir sponsor, Nliss Xlurgurvt K1-11114-cly. for lllillilllg it possilmlc lm' tlwm to sm- films on tln- Cmllcl clilllyllll. l3l'y'cv Canyon. Zion National Park. Jxlllliltli' lsllll. :mel tlu' llovul Xllxclclillg of tlu' Dulw uml lluclwss ol' lilllllllllfgll. 'I'Iu-sv lmvlx' piL't1n'4's wl'r0 gilvutly zlppu-ciz1tm'1l by L-x'cl'y011v. ' Pz1gv51 Siffing, Burk Row-li:u'lmzu'a1 cll'lSllll?llll'l', Silling, Frmzl Iiuur-Arlvmv Kliugwr, lion- znld Fllflilk, Cfnrolimv Dolxrvnic-lc, limo- yi va THIS ONE IS FOR THE RECORD -4' -ru w IPM DIS comparatively new, it is fast becoming a popular one. With entertainment as its objective, the informal gatherings tend to encourage a fellowship among the members as they meet in an atmosphere of relaxation that releases them from the C JOCKEY CLUB ...i A lthough Miss Ruth Meeclfs Disc jockey Club is exactness of studies. lf we were to drop in during a meeting, we would see a group clustered around a phonograph, listening to the latest discs or just simply discussing records in general. In any case. we vo ll l be having a good time. x u c me assured that all would it . 221 5 - f . is-.-g 1 Listening to popular records can be enjoyable. Back Row-Judy Bart-al, Elaine Am- brose. Marie Bianealana, George Ol- sen, Roger Iiberwein, Susan Blough gif. V v Peggy Mc-Gill, Thomas Shallcross, john Brautigan. Front How-Pat Bchrns, Margie Clasen, Carole llernhardt. :lf li' "4 Songs that belong to the past can bring much pleasure too. Left to Right-Arlene Rod, Lois Euch- ler, Earlene Gruber, Richard F alkow- ski. Bernadine Gajda. Charles Mer- eurio, Sally XVilson, jerry Soden. P. ,Q if-.f ,e LS. Club officers talk over the semesterls program with their sponsor, Miss Meech. The officers are Daniel XVa- ters, Tom Higgins, Richard Seaglione, Michael Maurello, Allen Kuczer, and john Nash. Page 52 MINGLED WITH KEEN ENJOYMENT HARMONICANS Miss Bcrnaulcttc Iaicolfs Ilalrinoni- cams arc listcning to tlicir zlccompnnist ' V l X 1 itnr. 1.11-gory jnnglnnn on tic gn Buck 1i0Il.'-l':llVVllI'll Slcninnicwicz, Kcnt Ring, Miss jucolis, Riclizlrcl NZIIICC, Clnlrlottc Lansing. Frmif Ron'-Crm-gory Innglicim, Ron- olcl Siggcnmn, Kcnnctli Nlalloncy. Ray llnily, SiHin,q--Iolni l.:u'son. llonulcl ljilililfill lNS'l'RU5lENTAI.lS'l'S 'l'l1is ncwly organiizcal gronp, spon- sorccl by Mr. llolxcrl'pCrnlwlmc. oftcn ' Living nnml cnjoyccl ll scssion ol p '. A clcinonstraiting ilu-ir instrlnncnls. Slumling Nlr. llolxclft Crnlmlic, Rolmcrl llaly. .l1lllll'S NVQ-cllioll, Brian Anclcrson. 'lm-ll l'lllll' Innics Rtillillil Laing, lllk' . .. s. Garlic, -lzuncs Kziczynslxi. Silting-CIcrailclinc llulmlmcrlw, Carol- '-tcrs. Donna icaln llcnson, l.llccn lm Scln'm-rlcr. .A-' 'l'Al.EN'l' CLUB Mrs. x70l'0llil'll Byrnc givcs crcclit to lncr cllicicnt olliccrs for tlic cnrcfnlly plalnncd nnisicnl nu-clings. 'l'l1c clainccr is Elizallwctli XVocrncr, :incl tlic xylo- plionc plaiycr is Donald Bocing. Stmuling-joznnic Bctlcy, lyiilllt' Nii- lmlik Cosmo Curlionuro, Bcailricc Sli1ll'lll'li, Lillian Mm-llvr, Icnny llcl- niontc. Sitting-llonulcl Boa-ing cligc, lilllK'l NVailkcr, Yolanda Nalrcli 1,3 '. Cnrolc Kio Burluairii Stainnlai, Bzirlmral lxitu. ll musical clubs lrivc onc connnon pnrposc. to THE NIUSICAL CLUBS . . . Our tln-cc smzi 5 " . . nmlcc goocl usc of tlicir talents while cnricliing tlic livcs of otlicrs. Sonic special aictivitics lmvc liccn cnjoyccl ontsiclc of school too. Tlic Instrinncntzilists, uccompanicd by Nlr. Crnlilic. zit- tcnclccl 11 tclc-vision lwoaclcast of tlic Chicago Symphony Cll2lH1lN'I'c,l'CllOSl'l'1l. Mrs. Byrnc-'s group took tiinc ont from liclping to plan tlic Clnistinus Asselnlxly music to scc 21 pcrforinuncc of ' " ' " l'1vccl 'nst for thc fun tlicy got out of it." "C-ill Nic Ninclaun." Nliss jucolm szucl lui gionp p., 1 Tliuf. wc agrcc. is good too. Page 53 'X 1 THE RESULTS IN BLACK AND WHITE v' Calm.. h""Wwm ,....-li U11 1 v f'NefQ I sz.-X "-........, CROSSWORD PUZZLE S!1n1rlin,Q NI11 I'.l'.llll'IS I,ann', Cflallmnu' Atkinson. IIntIn Ann Clippc-r. IIiL-Iu1rmI Kuna, NOYIIIAI Sm-Innirl. I,orrnin1' Kc-rm-Imo. Iliznn- IJRIIIIRIIU. Imff 'l'11l1l1' Nlllfj' Spicci, liwllalclcltc S1-dull, Nlalrilyn Knlw, IionzlIcI Lauin, YYiIIiznn AncIm'rS4'n. liiglzl 'I'nl1lrf-NI:m.::11'4-I l'vcI1'rson, -Iolm I':un-lla. Slmirlvy Bm-Ita-r. Kathryn N11-yvr. Frou! 'l'r1l1lr'-f-Lillizln IIc'ngslon. I51lI'Imn1'al XYN Ixoxukl IIon IIQI I lllnl Iox ' Ix 1" A "1 " 1.4 ju' Io 'orn. CLICKING KEYS Sfuncling -NIZITIIQII Xicoluy. IIau'1'ict Ilolnulwrg. Yioh-t Nloroy, BL-Ita' YzlIIvy, I'zlIrici:l 0cIcIo, EIUTIIICIIIII' -In-sski, SQIIICITRI fIili'I'Ill4'I', Mrs, Ifilgilll, ,Ioan Sxnugzxclm. Dolorvs Ilalkvs. NIan'iIyn I.ilIIlIlt'l'. Sitting-'IIntI1 Smith, -loam Znvlmr, Slnrlvy I3z'cI1IoIcI. CROSSVVORD PUZZLE CLUB . . . 'I'wc-nty-fixv stuck-nts nwt rc-gnlurly with IIwir sponsor, NIV. Fmncis Luna-, just to work out crossword pnzzlvs. 'I'In'y :1Iwa1y's had in mind the-ir main pnrposv-tluxt is, to incrcuso tIu-ir vocuImIau'y uncI to rvcogxmim- tI1v trnc IIIULIIIIIIQS of words. It gun- thvm sutisfvaction to solw- thc-ir pnzzIc's corrc-ctly and to ucIcI to tIu'ir knowIvcIgc of words. CLICKING KEYS CLUB . . , Nlrs. Lillian Fagan anal Iwi' Clicking Kvys group wc-rv so proud of tlu-ir ncw cle-ctric CRIICIIIQIIIIIQ and ImooIxIwcping IIIQICIIIIIUS that Hwy I10IcI il Iucforv-scIlooI opvn Ilonsn' for Inc-11Ity 1nm'1nIwrs. .Ns tlu- girIs cIv1nonstmtvcI thc- nc-W UIIIIIIBIHCIII and sm-1'vvcI KIOIIQIIIIIIIS and coIIl-nz tI1v gncsls we-W I-RISCIIIQIIUKI by tho workings of thc' IITIIIICOQIIIPII. lnilnc-oscopv. tr11nscriIuing IIl1lL'IlIIll'S and sp4'ci11I ClIIL'llIi1t0I'S. Piljllx 54 i X THE TIME TO TRAIN FOR TYPISTS TYPING QUEENS . . . Tl1il'ty-fin' aunlmitiolls COlI1lI10l'Cl2ll Stllilt'lllS nwt 4-w'i'y Utlll'l' wc-ok for tliv purposv of incrvusingf, tllc-ir spvvcl and to lvurn sonic of tlic- 13l'0Ct'Cllll'l'S of oflicv routinv. T110 girls liavc as tlivii' goals for tlw fnturm' illtl'l'l'SllllLf positions in inoclcrn lmusincss ollicvs wlu-rv tht-y will put to usm' all of tlw wonmlvr- lul training11iiclcxpm'im-iicv tlic-y liuvc ucqlnirvcl at Form-inan. Kliss Iilnnclw Coonm'y. tlwir sponsor, has ln-on most liclpful in assisting tlic-in to pi'cpam- for tlwir work in lllz- worlcl of l7llSllIl'SS. :Ks Nfllill'lll5 loolx l0l'XV1ll'tl to suv! or-sslnl 1-ann-4-rs, tli:-y lm-urn to in- l'l'4'2lhl' ilu-ir spw-tl. Burk Hou' --loannu' Dnllvl, Ninrf glam-t XI1-nig. llanrlxuru Bim'lizmlt. Front llnu' - Nlilclrml Ili-nianni. lr:-nc' Milt-wski, Kl:l1'g:li'1't llm'1'riiiy.i, llosal- lyn llzunorc-. lxlilfllyll l'c't1'rson. Lllxitlllllt' K1'1'l-VIA, l,lll'l1'lll' llaiclczml. Ty Ac-vllralvy' rvsnlts only lroin con- tinuous l1I'ili'llL'l'. Q' I A Burk lion'---loyu' llltl1lYHl1l, -Ionn D1-Clit-rriv. lilalinm- Yonm.5ln-rg, Clialrlc-iw Kollw, Slllfllj' l,:n'son. Qllllllllll' Kroll. I'll'HIll Rolf-Sli:xi'l4-m' lla-nla-gm-ii, Soplxim- Nlroy, Nlurilyn XV:-y, Put Kirsvli. llllflhlfll 'lUllllSlUll, Carol clltilllllll. Nliss Coonvy' sliows tlu- 1-orrvi-t sitting position to lu-r club invin- lu-rs. Hawk Hou'-V-Canrolv Sprm-nga-l, Cm'- allmlinv .l3lSlllt'li, Annan Colvllal, Ioan Cliristinaln. Q Ifronf RUII'--ll'lS Kriivgc-r, l,UI'l'll1l St-In-uni, Dolorvs slllll0Slil, -Ioyri' Nlvlirtvns, ,loan Kulivlc, Nliss Comm-y'. llnrlmrn l.m-slit-. Pugv 55 THE WONDERFUL W ORLD OF BOOKS . m A Patricia Crowley enjoys sharing a passage from a new book. Back Row-Patricia Czop, Betty Shcrrier, Geraldine Richveis, Eve- lyn Sabat, Barbara Colz, Helen Sicrzega. Girls Silting on Floo r-Bernadine Ostroga, Anette Ostroga. Carol Becker reads to the fol- lowing students-Mary jane Wiso- waty, Patricia Steinke, Madeline Miles, Elaine Kropp, Carol Stanis- lowski D ' . , enise Doyle, Corrine Bat-chi, and Frank Rocmiseh, who is looking on. Listening to Patricia Patt are: Back Row-Donna Purves, Adele Russell, john Blackwell, Nina Shisotf. Front Row-Delores L ' agrippe, Lor- etta Chyla, Arlene Chylewski, Ca- mille Lask ' ey, Diana Read. THE READING CL UB . . . Are you an avid reader? D and discuss the latest in f . . o you like to know . act and fiction? If you do, the Reading Club will fill the hill. Even though television has invaded most homes, some people still find reading a good book in peace and quiet a favorite pastime. The club sponsor Miss Maida Cohan, and the club members enjo s X ' ' ' of material fo l ' , y mee ting and sharing the wealth unc in the World of literature. Page 56 BOOK WICIQK IZXIIIIIIT Ifxanni nvxx' m'cIiIinns IIIAII .lppv4ll'm'LI Ill mn' IInoIx XVI-vIx I'IxInImil 1lI'1' .IncIiII1 Ham-nl, -IUNUIIII VILIIIVIIV. .IIHI XYIIIIILI I,m-xx'm'. I,IIIR.'X 15m'klinu' llnl'nlI1x llnlxn. -lemn Zlnim-Il. Nlqnlvlinl- Nlilvs. Sh-lull' 'nm' IIIIIIIUN, ,I.nnu- II1'LIxx-xx, I.1IIu1n III-ngslun, ,lncIx II.lIL'.lI. XYIIIIIAI l,m'xxu', I.Ill'lNIIIl1' XI.lIm'Ix, Hun' Tlmw' Nliws Xxnlznl, NIH, Ilalrrls, IJ: lnl I IIIIXIIII XIIIKIII QI IIU I nnIx In Ill Im v 55. Iiun' 'l'n'n II.u'I1:n'.l NYxI.nxxsIxi, NI':lx'1n- I'IlIXYllI'lIIlll' Xlim'Innl. Ilvlnn-N XILIIIILII S.IlllIl'LI Hun' Um' -NIA' 4' 1 ,E , Iylllllll' xYL'l'SL'IlIxllI. Clvri XYYOIIQI, Xnrnu ISIZN Iiflrk CInu'I1-N I'I1'IIl'ill'4l, blnsvplx lun. IIAII III I ' 1 Yllllk KI4lIrIm'mn-, AIUIIII IIA!- xIx I jnk Bl'lll'l' NIvIIwrx'. IIivIu1l'm fxI4'IIc'xnal, Arllnn' Ilalnwn. IIICII' In-ml II Frm!! lvmk, IInn:lIcI -Ivpsun, Amlrvxx' XVVOIISI, C4-r:lImI Surf. IIIIIUIIIRIS Yugi, I.llXYI'1'lIk'l' I'I4-III1-r, QIIIIIYIUS -IUIIHSUII. IIUIILIIKI Brix! l'lN'. THE PRINTER AND THE PRINTED PAGE ' ' '- ' '-sm1mImIv Im' tIn-n' IllIlIIt'Al- 'Iwn xxx' think UI Imonks. xxx' also tInnIx nI II1v prlnlm xxlxo xx.1s Il .1 . 1 1 's. XIzn'x' Ilzlrris. llI1IIxl' II NX tion. 'I'In- I,iIn'a1rx' .-Xssistanlts. tralillccl Imx' Xliss Snplliv XI'oIun IIILI XII Ill stnnlcnts to uuixn' II11- xvrx Iwst in III1l'k1I'Y su lu . ., ,. 4. 4 . 4 .-x'.,A s .nm trvlnfftn '1cIm-xc'IIlc SIILKISSUI tI1.1tun.1t .H I I 1' -1- I- x -I' u - 1 ' .. ,. Hu possiI1IL' Im' ll ' A ' 5 "" ' I , XII: C11-mIcI IIAISIUFOIQIS tI1n'tx'-Iix'4- young pllntu NIIIIII III n I 1 lIlIxIIIl xxIlnInxuItuIm1xtIIl1tInsx'u1tQst IQKUIIIIIIISIIIIIQIII xx xx In nn' I 1 ml 5I2lIl'.' 1 . ' "L . printvr. ning NUIIIK' IDULIIIIII-III x - All J' R I .-XSSIS'I'.'XN'IIS 'I 'Y ',g'.r s. I'uIxm'nx', Cannl I'IN.lIlN, 1, IIlll'IHlI'll xIl'llNl'Ilx'I, I'vI1-l'sm1. FR.-XNKI,IN CIIUII Hun' 'NYiIIiann I'4'tvrsvn. -IiIllI'IlIx1', Iiolwrt Xalrnxx- l'isuu-. lIllIl"'xlI'. I-4l.lIcI II.ls N1 I'.lQ1' 57 SOME FRIENDLY SERVICE, PLEASE NIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH thx' I'.A, 4-qnipnu-nl is thu- rc-spcmsihility of Ilia-sc' workvrs. Burk Iimir-K1'i1m'tI1 Daillmkv, Iiolwrt Amlvrsa-ii, Iiiclulrd NI1'istc'r, john IIQIII, Alfrc-cI Dorf, Anthony Caruso. Front limb-Ilngn-r llzlrtni-tt, Thonins Iiziclzit-ki, Iimnzni Sit-rzvgzi, C4-raild Nm-uk. Rig-Iiaird Tinnn. Mr. ltnyrc- is giving instructions in thu t'1lIIIl'l'll lmnth on tht' corrc-ct nsm- of thc- spotlight. Tho Imoys am- Norinzni Cruhvr, Ilia-Iuircl VIIIIUIIIZIS, and Arthur LL'Boe-iii. Tuning in to clicuk tha' rn-cn-ptinn :irc Cordon Dihhcrn, Tlioinzls Lt-ftzikvs. Alhcrt jorchlii, john I'vsL-Iikv, XYIIIM-rt St-I1nIxv, Malttlww Kzissnc-I, und Mvlvin Zi-rwzis. THE PUBLIC ADDRESS CLUB . . . Thv Public Aclclress CIUIJ is u srrvicc orgainizntimi with thc- priinary pnrposc of giving hoys an opportunity to opvrutc vIvcti'icz1I CIIIIIDIIICIII. Sponsorm-LI hy XII: 1ioIwrt Itnyre, the chih functions ut aII st-Iionl dances, usscmlmlics, and night activities. XVL' can i'0uIIy cz1II this chih ii highly spa-ciulizccl group of wvII-truiiivcl tecliniciuns. Pago 58 '7 ACCENT ON OPERATICN , I . . . To sm-v. to hvzu' - how much mort' cujoyahlc arc' our studios whcu moving picturvs arc mich-ci to rcguhlr classroom iustructiou! Students rvspousihlc for ull iihus and projvctors uscd iu the classroom. the uuclitoriluu :uid ou Aluuiui Night :ml mm-iuhors ol' this scrvicv chih which is sponsored hy Nlrs. Klum' .ll'l'OlUi'. To stimulntv iutcrvst auui to iuforui ucw uicmhcrs, uwvtiugs are tlcvotvcl to qua-stious. ziuswcrs. auul suggcstious for iuiprox'm'im'ut. .-Xt thc- cud of tha' yt'1ll'. tht- group vujoys ll social. ut which lc-ttcrs zum' uwurclccl to those- who liuvc sc'1'x'n-cl thvir forty hours. For lcuruiugg coopc-ration. rc-spousihility and tht- -A ' ' icc. tht- l,I'0j0Ct0l' Cluh just cmft ho hunt. Ill! .lllllljl oi SUIT- R 2 . '--' 1' iustl'lu'lious from Nlrs. -lc-i'oiiiv llflti Sfllllllfllgf Com- Nlorvz, Chris Brauulholt, XV-sli-3' NVQ-is, XX':iyii1- Qou, lifillilill 'I1ilHililllHl'l'. SiIIin,Q-Camry Nvilsvu. Coriuuc' svn, IDUIIIIQI Ui-hs, Roht-rl I.:u'- sou. Km-um-th 'l'iuuu, Alauum-s Nloluair, cii'lliiCl Blltillll r ' - . me . ' lf iui1or'1ut. H1-ro 4 . i 1 . I ii ' 7 1' , ' ,Ur I . ' ' , . I' l'l vt- ', .1 -' 1 ' f, Giro XX 'u'c, wrt Nhils, :uul lilwood Eric' 'sm I Il. X35 Cluh llll'llliN'I'S vivw om' of lhvir owu iihus. Burk Hou'-Donzlhl Y:-xuiuc-r NV'xl tvr lf' In 1 1 ' u- 'r. jauuvs Tutoola-s, Faris Nic-Curly. limi' Tll'U-cjllfliiyll Blu-haul, Alauiu-s iJl'Si'l7llTUlli'l. Nillllj' Zito, lirucm' lluhvr. Hou' Ulu'--liosc Hit-cliio. Chalrlvs N14-uv. Rohm-rl Nh-tligvr. Pago 59 - FOR THEM IT'S PLEA SURE AND PRACTICE Ii.-XNIJ liurk lion' XVIII:-1' SIIQIW. Utlu Ik-1'gvr, Iiulwrt Sn-ruinslki, IJrm.1I4I xI1ll'IxN, Iimmlql f:1lIIgl'l'1'll, NI.n'xI1a1II Ugm: Iirmw' Ifllis. I"runI Run' Ilmnm SL'IlI'U1'1I1'l', Alaum-s IX1Il'lfIl5IxI, XYiIIialm Ixn xXmIA'I'soxl. IIUIWFI XII-Is. liuvk limi' IIII-Inu'cI Iflvxn ' K 1 ,Q , ., mn, julm I3I.u-Ixxxvll. liuu' Tun fIuIu1Sxx'lI4Ix IIuInrt I7 III .lI1, IJAIXIKI xYI'Illll'I'I5l'I'I.f. ru' Um' AILIIIIUS NI'v1IImII IIiL-I Htl! V , nxlrml -IRIIIIIS, Do ll2lIlI 'I'I'C'lll15l' . IIKINUII. I'IIIl'l'Il I'vtm- r IIUHQIIQI ' " I Ill Ill lfrlwk limi' IIYIII gt'IIUIXKIll Ill U. . ' . aximllfisuxstlm .. ' , 4 lt, IIim'I1alrmI Nlvish' ' 1' I'u'u -Ilvrlwrt Klvin IIi' ' ' ' r. C,.u'I xYIIilH'I'lllIlll. . LI1.luI C-zmrnvtt, Yum-3' Ilvngvh. I,zu'ry II'u-Iw Ham' Um' Xlalrlm-llc' Iivvkvr, ICIZIIIII' IIIUVIQ, IIVIIN' K1 -1' ' . 'U .1 ,. DI'lIK'Ill'NYNIxI, C4 VUXIII Iivllsml. muh IfHl1wH1,uh!f WI IIIIKN IIIIIIIII-IllIlII IIux1'IImI I lil IUIIII I wer! NIIIQIHQI I nm Ijllgl' 60 " 'NIHL XYiIIi4un Nlunrling lxnrl NI:-ish-r. lionailil llxlvvlial. limb Tito Sliairnn llllllllilll. Nancy N1!l'SXX'lTl'llIj, .-Xllmin llvrg- grvn, Bllfliilliil llvngvls. 111-1111- Llinv Dnlmln-rlw. lflml Svliovn- 1. '11ll0lllilS, 'lllI0lllilN X'ilSt'lUl3lllllS. clcl. Hon' Oni' -Alalliim Xvlxon, Carol liolwrl Ilan: Y xum 1 1 ,ral Q, 'Mx . a SfaiuIin,g-llonailil Laing. 1lnwTu'n lin-lixml4l.1linN,Al.innw XVvmllioll', llrmw- lfllis, ,Iolin SXVilU'k. Nlilalrml l'fi'iL-son. Ron' Urn'--Nlui'lm'iiv lla-clxvr. IAIITY llzlvlw. llm'i'lwi't Klvin. Dalviml Iiisvxislault. TO PERFORM WAS ALL THEY ASKED URClllfSTR.AX . . . Uiiclvl' tlu' clirvc-tion of tlwir now instructor. Nlr. lioln-rt Crnlilw, tlic' lmnml and oi'clu'sti'a1 lmvc sliown consiclvrallilv 1J1'UgIl't'SS. N11-iiilwrs are I'K'l1llV ii1tci'n'stc'cl in lmving il line nnisicul orgnniziition uncl plum-tim' cliligcntly l0XVLll'KlS tllalt goal. Tlu- rcsnlts liziu' licvn ontstunalingly goocl, for lJl'1lllflflll 4-ill-cts and tonal qnulitics lmvc ln-on 1lL'llil'Yl'Ql. Tln- stnclcnts am- so vntlnisiustic ulmont slmring tlll'll' tzilvnts tluit tlivy uc-cvpt l'Y1'l'j' invitation to purticipaltc- in nn activity. Tlins wc' linux' limi-ml tlwin play nt inuny pc-rl'oi'1imilccs-tliv l"i'vsl1i1mi1 Orientation ,Xssi-iiilmly. ilu' ll.O.'l'.lf. Awurcl ,Xssviiililyg tliv Criim' l'i'vu-ntioii .-Xssmiilmly. :incl thi- Spring lfvstixxll. llalim' fil !, qv .1 Hun Hun IIINI lim: IIIIH lim: l'll'1' X.1 IT'S THE MAGIC OF THEIR MUSIC liurlx lion' -IiIlIx IINIIIII, IIIIQVIII' Sn-fm'I'In. blulm Ilmvm, Xulwu I'I-Klum. f'In'iNIi.111 IIIIIIIIIIIIIII. Nix' XIIINN' Ilzmwn. .l.uIN-I- XX4'lsI'llINwrn, IIa1l'Imm Iwxn-Il.-1A.I,.l1'ImI INNNIIIQI-, C..u'I Slmlm, IlI'X 'I'Ini4'Il11.Ill. XmlS1NnnN'l'.,Iv:llN'llI-UIIIMI-11. IX.lIIIIXII XXxI1'uln1.ffa1r4wI4- IxVIIIIl'I'. IUIIII I,I.IIlt' IJzml.lIu, IuIIIIIl.l XX IlIl'I'. SIIIVIIA IIN-In. XI.uX XXIIIIIII-. S.lIlIII'.l X ivnnm I 'I'fm'f' Ii.uIw.ur.1 IIurIIx.n'III. XIlI.lIlII.l XNIIII, XI.ll'III I mv, FIILIIIIII' ISI-IIN. Ix.IIIN-rim' S lun I It IJIIIIII, XI.IIQ.lI'1'I I7vI-lung, II.llIw.1l.l XII.I, Ilmmlm I,I'13IxI', I..l1uI Iwvx. Um' Xlzrrilyn I,:lIiuN'l', II.u'Im:N'4l IXII'III'l'NIllI, fII'IlI'X'II'XI' XIJIIINIIIIA lim-If Hull' IIilI'I'X Cl11xI.IIxI1u. lI.IlpII ICIIIII-11II1:lI, XXX-NII-X XXI'ix, II-IHYIIIJN I,4'II.IIwx IIIIIIIHI Ixulm. H1111 Hull lim: lim: IIINI IIHII -l.uN CI Inn illll In' III, I-ull I III-I1 II11'Ix.l. Spy frmxlnu f.111'INn1.u'w, IIM'.lII'II'1' IxII'I3III IXIIIlI'l'I-l I 1 IIN1, f..IIHI Stumpp. II.1x flu IIIIU, Inf XI:I1'x SIRIIIIVX, II.II1'N-1.1 I'xIIIlI'Ix. IIIIIIIIII XIIN-III-V. IIIIMIIXII IDa111Nu'Ig ,I.lIlI'I XX IIIXVI In ' l' Ill' I.1II1:1u IIVIIQNIIYII, XIIIYUI Izxzuls, haul XXINNINIIN-II, luIII-11 XII-I-III-, II.lII'It'lll I Im: IIII - 'I'lm1' IJHHIIIIX XXIIIIS, ICIIIIIII' Iflaulssvn. I'IIIl'Il III-mum. ,XIIIUIIIVIIII Iiranw. XI.n'iIxn IXl'IIlIl'IIX. Inu I II IIIIIIH X 1 mm I IIIIIIII I uhm C11 IIIIIIII IIN lumix I INIIII NIIN IIII IIN I III IN v"l Urn' II.-n.NII'II.1 INIIIU. C..1mII- Ilnlwlw IIIII1 XII Zx mln: I7i.l1N- XIIINIIIII. XVII-1N' IJIXIIIIVIIIII. 'I XX 1lIIxI'I'. IDInm.1 XX :limp AIUIIIIIII' I'N'IIvy.IIw-xN'xis'xI-II.1rIwn.:NNI Xlrx Iiyrm' IIINI gm in I'uIv1'I1li11inQ UIII1'l'N. V. . -I.. I I , , , ,.. . I- ---. . IOIR . . . VIIIII' lIINmir. IIIIIIUI' IIN' clirvctiun UI Xlrs. XII'I'IIIlIL'Il IIXTIIU. Llixvs SIIIIIVIIIS IIN' uppm lIx In IIIIIIX IIIII IIXDIIKIIII IIN mum IIIIIIIS of its IIIIIIIIIIIN O1i"in1I in IIIIII p1uIuI IIIUII I-I vrym I I I I . . . . 5 . I QIIIIHI m IIIUII' l'I'llIIIIl0Il, IIN mI0cI1mnsNl'c' aIIw41ys IIUIIIIIIIIIIIX ming LIIICI m1N'I1 vlliuyul HIV. Illlrmff IIIII p'IsI X'l"ll' IIN' IITOIIIJ lllII'IIl'IlYlII'II III lII'lIlX 'IVIIXIIIIN IIIINII IIILIIIIIIII UINH ., 4. I . A., I I I . . um- -Xmm'iI-2111 Imgionn .'XssI-lnIvIy, 1lIIlI IIN' CfI1risImaIs lJI'0Q,l'IIlll. Un Xlzly 26, IIN' music' gm: 41INm1IIcI In pn-sm-NI IIN- Sprung C...X.,-X. QIN-I-In cIll1'in: IIN' lN'I'I-OI'IIIkl Pam- 62 Xlusic I'vI"iIIXIlI, .Xu QNIIII-II NIIVIN-INm xnxx IIN' i'I'UXX'IlIIlQ UI IIN THEY SING WITH GLEE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB .... ' X new group at Foreman. tllc Girls' Clcc Club. Iias Imccn an addcd attraction to our many musical activitics. Undcr thc dircction ol Xlrs. Vcronica Byrnc. incinlmcrs, in tlicir typical black and wliitc stylc of drcss, Iiayc participatcd in a yaricty of progranis including tlic Tca for Frcslnnan Parcnts, tllc Crimc Prcvcntion .-Xsscrnlvly, thc Annual Alumni Ilcunion. and tlic Spring Nlusic Fcstiyal. Blick limb-Nlilliccnt Gallo. Pat Pclcrson, Darlync -loncs, .IPRIII Cllristnian, Barlmra Sandu, Nlarilyn Nlandl, Gcraldinc lannclli, Alnnc Kalcnnarck, -lnstinc Applcr. Hun' TIIVUI'-Iilllllllll' Applcr. -Ioan XVOOCIIIUIISU, Sliarun Schultz. Anna Slay Dc Vita. Carol Ililcll- Icr, Sm- YIIAIXIUIQ Xornia Alcan Xlllslnco, Barlmara Stannla, Dorutliy XYiIks, limit Tivo-Olivc Yacarro, Pat Bonrtz. Luis Iinclilcr, Nlnriun XYI1ittc, -Ioan Sclnistcr, Ilanmna Kuzck, Ilntll Cross. l30nnic1,cstcr. Dclnrcs Kalndlcr, Barlmara Malkowslti, IR-ggy Klcpslcin. Iianiac ISITSIII. Antoincttc Capassn. Sliirlcy Ilapcy. Maury Ann I'c-Ilctcric. Ircnc Clnrx'cr. Him' cllll'-SIIG Dunno, Sliarlcnc jucka. Dolorcs Klart-In-Ili, Carole- Sclicalicr, Pat Ccrlmasi. licrnicc Andcrson, Mary DcSt1-Izlno, Sliirlcy Kitzingcr. Panlinc Spicci, Ilnlorcs Unntlicr, Cainillc 'I'nrIQic- wit-7, Knrcn Scn'cnso11, Nlarian Rcinkc. Nlaurccn Xlillcr, Carol Scliaack. I'an'c-nts wcrc trcatcd with dcliglillnl slings rcndcrcd Ivy Iln' Ulm- Clnlm during unc uf our alssclnhly pmgnillls. Cznnillc 'IIlII'IxIt'XYIk'! points ini! In Cnrolc Sc-Iwzlla-i'. .IIISIIIIV Applcr. Ilzinau' Iirm-sin, IIZIIIIIIIK' Applcr. and Nlilliccnt i.:1Iln an lntcrcsting group ol llIlIYlL'I1lIIS in an pn-Inrc xx-Inf-In was postcd on tlic Imllctin I701lI'lI. XIIN. Ilyrnm- pos:-Q xxitll JI Qrmlp ul IIQIIYI wfurkiiig CIM- Clnlm Illl'IllIN'l'S. 'I'Ilc girls :irc .lum- Ixan-xnnu'cI4, Nlrw, Iiyrnc, Iiclnrm Ixandlcr. IIIIIII Cross. Ulixc Xl1lL4l'kll'lT, and xllllililll Ilcinlw at Iln' piano. PTFE SIGNAL! vu. 4, . ALL SET FOR THE GAME 3- liflrk limi' Nlngliuis KllllllNK'll, llulu-rl Nll'Nl1lll2lll. llolwrt lfuixl. 'l'lu-mlm'm- XYiuuls, lliclialnl llvgiliu, Iluiiivl Prisllv. li 'l'l11 4 liiiiu Nil Tuul Yiliiiltf In ui NX l nu' 1" -: -- . vs, .4 ' . - Q 'A 'IIS u-0, jmiii Swnllaluk, Nlzirilyii liulmliiiis, 'Il-rry NY1'lmslc-r. lllllfltll Nllirpliy, limi' 'l'u'u .Iuyi-v SlllllN', hlaiiiiu- xY1'l5l'llllOl4ll, Sliiimii llillmlrmii, fit'I'l'f Sl1'1'llu'i',Olixn'Yau'm'.li'u,Yilpliliial llviilviilu 4 limi' Um' Nlairy Aim .-Xlwiii. Nlairy Lou Blziiilorcl, jvainctlv Saiiililippu, Cnmillv 'l.llI'lxl4'XX'i4'7, Cairiiu-liiiai Tosn, NI4ir': liiviilw. SffI1llIlll,LI"Nll'. -Iuliii liusli. linvk Run' fl'lu-culun' XYmuuls. Vlillvi' Slinw. Him-lulrcl ci2lI'lll'll, llzirry f:llSlill-SUII, l,llllXVll,f lDiu'lili'i'iiiziii. limi' 'llIIl'l'l'-Jl'lllll'llK' Otlusx-ii, -lmui l,0lIl1'l'lil.EXlilI'Y Ann P:lrlwi', Sluiron Si-lmltz. xl2llll'l'l'Il Nlillvr, lfrauik Ri'i1'lu'iilmz1i-li limi' Tum Nlllltj' l,l'lflli.cit'llL'Yll'Xi'fl1ll'lSOll llLll'l31lI'Il Sllilw xldllK'llIlt' IM-Ni-likv. N u' fu " .' ' ' ' ' Alla' - , , . .Xin S lIllllll,Sll.lIl1Ill ' imlil. limi' Om' f:l'I'2llClllll' Yiaiiii. l'aitru'iai Ili-villi-1, Bairlulral Buses: Kaltlivriiu' liyam, Climl Siu-litlvlwii, llilllilt' Hrvsin. ISOOSTIER CHlflfRI.lfAUlfRS Iiurk limi' --Philip l,aiSa1l4i, Slialroii Dittmzm. Patience Katz-r. lin-Inn-s Nlam-lu-tti, limmlcl Dmizitvlli. l'r4 nl limi l'llmii ll ill 1lllNl liul Y' l' 'w 'f u - 4 1 y , ivoiiu-, Nlairgv Af-vi-t1ii'u. Dimailml XXX-stpliznl, Aluziii Yiii'lwwsky, Iiuly DiC0la1 sliirli-3 llaipvy. BOOSTER Cl,l'l5 . . . XYlu'ii Xlr. ,Ioliii llllSll1lllllOllIl1'Cil tlu- orgziiiizaitimi of tlu' Boost:-i' Cluli xo iiiaiiiy Sfllill'IllS llmu-lwcl to viiroll tluit lu' was foi'ci'ml to limit tlu' lIlK'lIllM'l'Sllll7. .-Xlitvr cultiiiff il ilmvii to sixty-viglit llIl'llllJt'l'S, tlu' clulm XVLIS still su lurgv tluil it luul to llSl' flu' lml1'zu'l1c'i's in ilu lumys gym lm iiuwtiiigs. .M-tix'c'. :ilvrh auul iiiiximis to piirtic-ipzitv :mi tlu'si- lioostws wlui lin- uw l lOl'lN'll'IIillIlK'XYll0Illl1l'ySl'lltlClil'lS.ll'1lClClH'l'l'S, or lmilcl sc-luuil spirit iii iiuiiiy ways. 'l'lu- iii m'wisc-il support ul flu' zitlilm-fu' lvaiins cluriiig tlu' past ycuii' luis luwii liirgm-ly tlu' rvsiilt nl Nli' Iluslfs lhuistn-i' Clulm. liiljll' lil u lx llll THEY FOLLCJWED THE RULES TC THE LETTER - . . x ."l. ,- l,lf'l'TERNlEN'S Cl,l'B . . . Tha- l.t'ttvi'im-:is Linh. llIlllt'l tht cliicction cl 'i itts ninth to thc 1't'lll'l"1l wvll7u'c of tht- st-limi. for its Umm-li .Iohii Xlnlo. cmitril 1 ' T , . . staxmlzmls am' high :incl its at-coiiiplislimvnts runny. To ln' il mt-inlwr of nn ntlilt-tic tmuii. mul tlit-i'cfoi'v to linux- tht- lll'L'l'SSill'y qugilifit-ations for vurniiig ll ' "' i'- ' " ' f This km-is ust inuiutuiii at It-gist an LIXCIJQQQ Stllilltllhlllp mtiiig. 1 ' 'ci'm'tl. ln blunt' tXYt'Iltf' lvttvr. stuclvnts In - " wir tcws us liill' as thvir clussvs nrt' com tht hoys mi tl . im'11llwl's will Qfillllltltll hut vvmi with tht-sv lossvs tht- t-lub will contiiim' to lu' il SllL't'l'SSlilll Ol'QlllllZ1lflOll nl' tho In-st ull-rouncl iithh-tt-s ut l"0l't'lIlAlll. v-X. wk J X xx Ti-N fitlklfll Aluhu Malin tt-lls thx' t-lulm 0lllt'l'l'S thx' tim' imuuiiug ul tht- Q-m'm'tvcl nwaml, thi' hi: I". ll:-ro wt- wr' Dmiailtl NVQ-sb plml, lhmiiltlI.i1Lnv1-xulti,Xtilliiunlmt-L. :mtl lytilllllll Sl'llllll-flllll vnimwing thi- L-out-ii's uuiiiim-rits. 'Xltvr linux' xt-airs ul' tm-aliiiwmk amd clili- gt-ut pixu-limi. tht- jaiiumry grzuluaitiiig lK'llt'I'lll1'll talllt mm' tht-ii' zlvvuiiiplisli- nie-nts with l'rcsitluiit ljtllltllll SClI2lllil'Lllll. Smmling K4-nt .-Xrnolml. lhijlciiic' Imjgl, A :uw 'l'a1ylm', 'l'lmmiis Nh-lst-n. -In Sillirigf-XYilli:iiii Zim-k. Xlicliau-l Salim-Ii. ltulwrt llusv. ltuln-rt Siliilwwslxi is pn-sviitiiig plum lm' thv llm'm't llup to thu- group. Slr1m1in,g fl'lio1iia1s Kauux llcorgc Dvl- vignzl, Philip Criililm, Donailcl XY:-stpliail. .-Xntmi l'1-tram. liayiiiuiul Can-caiiiiu, Sami Cliialglialrtlo, Louis Rt-gilin. Sillingj -llussvll Notxlr, john Killc'i1lwr5.Z. ljtlllilltl llllXlll'I'l', Ili Lllltxlvvwslxi, litlwxlixl Dia-k, l'llllI'll Kuna. Dmmltl A-ws... an U ,al Page 65 4 f' 4' THEY WRITE - AND TELL - THEIR STORIES Iiclitors Nlzzrion Allmls and lilsiu Mau- Lncals, along with tlnl otln-r Stuff nn-mln-rs, arm- clicck- ing tlw xurions write--ups that will Iorin ilu' nvxt issm- of tln- iivwspalpvr. Burk Rtlll'-ljlillll' SL-Iiillcr, Sliirloy liicll, Lorvtlzl Sc-lurann, Paxlriciu Nloorc, Carol Nlnm-llor, Marion Allcls. Nlziry XVl1iItlu. 1Clsiv Mau' Lncals, Carol K1-llnvr. lfronl llolbn- Don I,1llx1lsm-wslxi. Cnrol xYOIlSL'lllilI'gK'l'. I'rm1In-ncliiig, pasting, and clipping copy am' jobs wliivli arc Ill't'CSS1lI'y in alssvnibling Ilic lily-Outs. lmft to liiglzr--liinlolpli Doclitcrniann, Burlmru lfisulwr, Holu-rtu Ifiscllcr, Malrgvry Lnndgoot. YV- sw' stalfli Illl'lllI3L'l'S pri-pairing for cl:-zlclliiiv clay lay writing :Incl typing copy. Bark Run'-Lois IIK'l'IllIlll, XYilli:nn Ilallni. Shirley l'rnn-linick, l,llII'lL'Iil Kzlczinurck. Front Hou'-,Io Ann Oclisc-nliirt, Putricizx Ifniriislniw, Slinrlvnm- Nlzlrin. FOREINIAN NEWS . . . Typowritvr lu-ys linrrimlly click ull tllc Ill!-I0-tlliu ininntc ncws of the sports world, social lilo, and student gossip Iicforv tlu- clonal- Iinc clay zlrrivvs. The stall' of tlic- Forvmun Nc-ws. nnclvr tlic cliroction of Nliss Virginia Cuvoit, like-s nothing In-ttcr than to scnrry around thc school. svvking now information for articlvs and now iclc-as for prosonting tlwni in tlu' in-wspa1pc'r. lluving 21 nose for nows, stuff nivinlnors tlioronglily 4-njoy tlic-ir work and In-nr-Iit Iiy tlwir expr-rivncc in re-porting. c-cliting. :incl carrying tlirongli to coinplvtion ova-ry issno so that thcy fc-cl ll rcul S1ltlSllilCtl0lI in svving IIIOII' HIIISIIUCI jolus wi-Il clone. Page 66 WITH THANKS AND GRATITUDE BOARD OF CONTROL Board of Control uicinhcrs for thc currcnt yczlr wcrc: Burk llou'rMrs. F. Mcuig, Miss Y. Cavoit, Mrs. A. NYiscluuann. Mrs. E. Boortz, Mrs. lt. jordan. Mrs. F. john- son, Mrs. l". Dcscouroucz, Mrs. XV. Culziuaun, Mrs. ll. Dulmlmcrkc. Mrs. L. Young, Mrs. XV. Attclwrry. Front Ron'--Mrs. ll. Olson, Mrs. CI. Nclson. Mrs. L. Marowski. Mrs. nl. Plcdgcr, Mrs. C. Illllllllllllll. Mrs. I". Ottoscn. Mrs. C. Clavc, Miss l'l. Stack. UlflflCliRS Olliccrs in charge of all l'.'l'.A. activitics wcrc Mrs. C. 'l'hudiuui, Corresponding Sccrctary: Mrs. I. Plcdgcr, Sccoud Vicc-Prcsidcntg Mrs. ll. Dulmlwrliv, First Vico- Prcsidcntg Mrs. F. Dcscour- oucz, Auditor: Mrs. I. Otto- scn, Prcsidcnt: Mrs. C. Clavc, Trcasurcrg and Mrs. I". john- son. llccordiug Sccrctary. x7 H X MM Q.: Y ms., W- ,-f" g 4 M . 'W 5 N all sl N' THE CHRISTNIAS SALE . . . Parcnts. tcachcrs. and studcnts took advantagc ol' advanccd advcrtising to hc thc first customcrs at thc l'.T..-X. Christmas Salc. Dclicious hoinc-inadc cakcs and cookics. as wcll as hand-inadc small articlcs. wcrc purchascd almost as soon as thcy wcnt on salc. Thc cvcnt was so succcssful that it was rcpcatcd on St. Valcutinc's Day. P.T.A ..... 4 nothcr ycar of high achicvcmcnt can hc rccordcd for thc P.T.A. of Forcmzui. This has hccu an activc and alcrt organization wliosc incmlmcrs wcrc continuously planning and par- ticipating in many important cvcnts. Parcnts always had in mind thc main purposc of thu group which is to dcvclop lmctwccn cducators and thc gcucral puhlic a unitcd cllort to sccurc for cvcry child thc highcst advantagcs in physical, incntal. social, and spiritual education. Page 67 4 fl .VU ' ,I JUST FOR THE PLEASURE OF REMEMBERING fllf!1'711fl!Ml .SA Ill I I I l I l www .ff ' '57 FOR IZBIANV,-Xl, . . . Tlu- Alnnc cclitorial stall' cxpcricncccl that rarc thrill that coincs only whcn thc colnplctccl work is all that onc coultl ask for. Nlcmhcrs wt-rc lilainc Mohr. licnaclctta Uotto. Xlary Norton. llnsscll Bcrgncr. Lois Schott. antl l.0lSIlt'I'lll1lll, Xlary Norton, our liclitor-in-CIhicf. was a vt-ry husy girl clnring tlu- past ycar. lit-licying that high school clays arc happy oncs anal so full of niany good things. shc had tht- clcsirc to cnclosc tht-so lasting incniorics in a hcantifnl hook as :1 pcrnlancnt rccorcl. Thv rm-suit is our 1953 FURENIANUAL. Thc .lnnc hnsincss stall, consisting of Marcia Majcwski, llonalcl Donatclli. Barhara Fischcr. Donalcl XVt'SflJllill. and Carol Cukla. collcctcd all scnior nioncy ancl sncccsstnlly practicccl their salcs promotion ability on thc nnclcrclassincn. XVorlxing hartl anal fast to coniplctc thcir assignincnts lx-forc thcir graclnation wcrc thcsc nicnihcrs ol' thc january stalt. l,ilo Borcharcl, Nancy Ustcrincicr, Ccorgu Bachar, -Icancttc Kozlowski, ancl Carolc Kcllner crowclccl collcctions, photograph schctlnlcs. writc-ups. ancl typing into thvir ycarhoolc pcriocl. Page 68 WHEN IT'S TIME TO SAY GOOD-BYE FURENIANPAI, . . . Sc-lliiig tlic- FOHIC- XIANUAI, was tlu- major ya-zirliook projvct l-or tliv full sc'1m'stm'. To si-ll thi- zuimlail to tlu- lllKl1'l'Cl1lSSllN'II. clivision rvprvsviitutiw-s wvrv gin-n full rm-sponsiliility to sm' tliut all 172lyllN'lltS wvrv cmnplctc-cl lmy tha- clvzullim' clutv. Bvczilisv our i'c'pi'c-smitntivm-s wvrv un- usually sun-cm-ssful uncl our sinh-s im-rum-ml, wx- wmv allwlc to aulcl page-s :incl picture-s to our 1953 vclition. XV0 liuvc- only praise' :mal grntituclv for tlic-sc' cmisciviitimls l"UlilC- Xl.-XNUAI. wm'l41-rs who we-rv umlc-1' tlu- SlllJL'l'X'lSl0ll of tlic l"Olll'iNlANUAl, spon- sor. Nliss Xll'll2l Stvrn. JUNIOR Rlil'RIiSl2N'I'A'I'lYliS Strlmlingg-Salnclrzl Vic-riimv, Dllllllllll' lim-tlvy, I.:-0 l'Iuc-lilvr. Rin-lizircl Unnmclsvn. Sillingvlim-iialclvttzi Cutto, llilfllilfll l,1-slif-, Paltrim-ian Kirw-li, Sll1lI'll'lli' Allin-4-lit. SUI'HOMORli Rlil'RIiSliN'l'A'lAlYES Slrmzling-Paiuliiiv Spivri. llaiylnmul Sclmniau-km-r. Silfing-,lucly Spamolu. Ami llzivitai. Arlx-nv Cliy- I4-wski. Ilia-lizlrcl C4-rlf. linim- Kzu-flliairm-lc, Diam- flllllillllil. Alanna Zmim-li. FRICSHNIAN REPRlfSlfN'l'A'l'lYlfS Sl1lmIin,f1-,lluly llm-lt. lzuiws Sclnish-r. Silliizg-ji-11111-th' Nlilvwski. l'zltrivin Cliia-sl, Num-y Ili-ngi-ls, juan liiiiiiviitms, ,Ianni-s Curmlnvr, Myrna -Iucolmitz. lDill'lt'IlK' Daltiulo. FUREMANUAI. CLUB 'l'lw lmsim-st stmlvnts during vluli pm-riocls we-ru tln-sv stall im-nilmm-rs who lizlcl cliurgv uf all clulx vmitrzu-ts, picturv si-In-dull-s, iclm-iitilicaltimls, :incl collvctioiis. Tlialt tlwy c-oinplm-tc-cl tlu-ir work in :1 L'UllllIll'IlCllll3ll' IIIZIIIHUI' lizls lu-1-n clvlinilvly provvn. Club nu-nilmm-rs wi-rv lic-iiaulm-Hn Cottu. rllllllll' Nlolir, Xlilffilil Malia-wslqi. Carol Cuklan, mul Hairy Nurlmi. GREETINGS, VERY SINCERELY xlilllf' ll'llL'll1'l4N1lIKl palrcnts mct :lt ll gcl-logcthcr tcal which iollowccl thc usscmhly. Nlrs. lava Hoyllc was alll smilcs whcn shc was intro- chxccd to Mr. and Mrs. Kus- ycwski by thcir claulghtcr, Lctilin, zz studcnt in hcr frcslxlxnzlxl Lzxlin class. Mrs. l'IUl'lil Rzulzlckl, the proml mothcr of our frcsh- mam twins. Caunillc and VIEIIUIIIRIS Iizulzicki, was plcnsccl to mccl tht-ir :lrt tl'1ll'llt'l'. Miss Bcrnilrlcttc jucohs. l5c1l1lch'tt11 Clotlo intro- chxcccl thc IVOIRICNIANUAL to our gucsts, Nliss Stuck was right lhcrc to It-ml il hclping haunt. llcrc wc scc thc pam-nts zlitcntivcly hstcning to thc fzlcully sponsors who cx- plauinccl tha- program of alc- tivitics provimlcml for thcir chihlrcn. TEA FOR FRESHINIAN PARENTS . . . lt is only Illltllfill that pnrcnts should hc intcrcstctl in where-uncl how-and with Whom-thcir childrcn will spcml thcir high school days. To unswcr f md tc1 xxhlch xx IS Quan hx tht flklllb on thcsc qucstions thcy Wcrc invitccl to am asscmhly 1 'z f ' ' 'Q .' A ' Vx v -4. v n Octohcr 21. The information thcy rcccivcrl in an utmosphcrc of fricmlly coopcmtlon was mxnlu- uhh- to thcm in llllil0l'St1lIlClillg thc school lifc thcir chihtrcn had just cntcrccl. Paxgc TU I - I MUR N XT UUR AL LENEER IL, DW ull Prlgc 71 COME TC SOCIAL CENTER 'flux l"zu'lllIy Stlliill f:l'llf1'l' l'la1llf nina: lfmnrnittw' was rm-spmlxilmlv for sllc'c'1'ss1llllx' I2lllIll'lllIlLf ilu' 50- ciaxl c:l'lltl'l' Alt l'!0l'l'lllilIl. llc-rv wm- svv NIV. llurry P. X11-llulm-. vlmir- num. dismissing plans with 'Xliss lim-lyll NY11lncl1'lf. XIV. Holme-rt It- llyw, Xlrs. XlllllK'Illll' livrm-ro. Nllss Cn-111-xi1'xv Fl:1ln'x'ly. Nlr. -Izwk 'Nial- uflq. alml Nliss l':ill'l'll Slalclx. Hrs. Hlllll H.llIl'l'1lIl1l Xliss Nilllll KIOIZ ui mn' emu l'Ul'l'IIl1llI IIIIIVIIHNIIII XYl'l'1' llll lmml in wrxm- l'4'tl'l'NIlllIl'lltN lllf'I1'1llll'NlN. Halppy .ll'l' llxvsv IlIl'IlllN'I'S ul ilu' Sill! I Clvllt Surial cT1'llfl'l' Ililllllillg fzlblllllliffvi' Im' tllvir umm' 1lL'i'UIllI7liSlIIIIl'lll5 in van'- rying out plans fur valrln l"ri1l:1y llznm-v. Slrl1u1in,g-liulmwl lim-lxlvl'nmn, ,In Ann Um-llwxlln-l't. Sifling lion-luxury xiillllljlll, Hau'lm:lr:l lii4'l1vrwll, Nialrgvry l.llmlgnul, Clmrlvw Silll'l'll4l. Xlxlrgallw-I x11'llij.f. FURIQNIAN SOCIAL CHN- TIER . . . lim-I1 Soviaxl wus in IIUIIOI' of Rl holidaly. 0Y1'Ilt.0l' sc-howl group. :xml Qlt'L'0l'klliHllS and f.1lX'0l'S wvrv Pl2lIIIll'il to curry out ilu- tlxvnu' for ilu- vu-ning. 'Hu' must 4'OlOl'flll clmlcvs wc-rv in honor of ilu' INT. 'l'.lI.. lIln'istxnus. and St. l'ntrick's Daly. It was gmail to sm- so many young lwuplm- ll1lYilljL such ll gum! ' u- in thm' cunlpzunimnsllip oi' the-ir 'Aim-mls. POSTSCRIPT TO THE SEASON TIIIE lfUU'IflS.-Xl,l, B.-XNQl'lf'l' .... 'X lmllqlwt In-Id in our llmcllroom on Nou-xlllu-1' ll Immun-al our lootlmll tvzlm. 1' zlcllltx' lmwxlluc-1's. l7Lll'l'lltS, zmcl Stlllll'lltS wvrn' mxltvcl to sw' tln- out stzuncling playa-rs l'1'cn'iw' l'lll'lI' l'l0I'l'lI1illl I1-ttf-rs. l':llgl'lll' lmjzl, vote-cl hy tlu- funn as tlw most Nlllllllllll' play-cr, was pwsn-11tc'cl with il tmpl1y alt the clumv which followm'cl. Cm-st SDl'kllil'l'S xu-rm 'Ibm Kulmmmoll ol tlu- cllllL'ilQ0 lll'I'2llll-:XlNi'l'lCLIN mul Bucl Xunglv of tlu- Clnicalqo lhily X1-ws l'lAli'lllly yflll'StS who alttmlllvcl wvrm' Xlr. Xl1lttlll'Vk' Fitzgvmlcl. Xliss lfilvcu Stalclx. Xlr. llurry Xlcllzllcz Xlr. :mal Nlrs. lolm xllllll. Xlr. klllll Nlrs. luck Xluloll. Xlr. illlll Hrs. lolm Hush. Nh :xml Nlrs. lframlx .Xnclc-rsrln, Nh: zmcl Nlrs. l'lilNY1ll'il Slnith. uncl Nlr. lloln-rt ltllf'I'l'.. CITATICN CEREMONY ui THE ANNVAL R.0.T.C. AWARD ASSEMBLY . . . 111-rc wc 51-11 1111 l'1'l1l'l'Sl'Il1il111'4'S 111' t111- 1'111'i1111s l1Lll'11L'1I7Ll11llg 111'g1111iz11ti1111s 11111111t to 11112111 1111-i1 111111-111-1111 w11i1-11 was S1'l'1'i'11 i11 t1111 S111-1111 11111111 11111111-11i11t1-1y ll111l'l' 1111- 11.U.'1'.CI .'1lll1llil1 .'111'2ll'11 .1551-111111y 1111 -1llllllkll'1' 13. '11111' A1111-1'i1-1111 1,1-1111111 :111xi1i111'y, 1111- 1111111-11 Sp1111is11 11YilI' 1v1'1l'f1lllS. 111111 1111- 11.11.11 1111-111115 w1-r1- 1111-S1-1111-11 111 f11lill'11'S 1i11lll1l. .12lllll'S S11111-1'. 111111 Kl'll1l1'11l K111ss, S1-1-11 111-r1- 11r1-51-11111115 1111 1111-1l111s 11r1- 111's. 1,1'1ll'1 1111g1111. Mrs. .'11111'l'1 11v1'1Il1'L'1'il'l'. 111111 Mrs. c111I'IlL'11llS -1. 1l1'l'l111'S. 1711 111. 11. 5111-115 111111 111: n111111'1-W 1,llL'1l w1111'11 1111 Cl. '1'. S1111111- il11'1ll'11 1111- 131-111111111-C1-1111111 111111111111-1-111'C111111111-1'1-v1111-11111st11C11111'11-S 1,1'I'l'1', 11'i11i11111 1'Ql'111l', 11'i11i11111 -1111-111151-11, -1111111 111111111 .-1111111 11l'I4gjlI'4'Il, U11-1111 1111111-. c11l1ll'1l'S S1111-111111, 111111 11111111111 V11l'1'L'1ii1. 111ss 1-1111-1-11 S1111-11 11111115 1111 Dl'lvlllC111' 115 111111111 1111-1-11111. 11115111-11 11l'l'j.f1l1'l'. 111111 11115 Sk'1ll1 111111-111-11 1'1-1-1-i1'1- 1111- '1'1'11111111- 1111-111115 1I'0ll1 111: 51111111-1' 4111111151111 1111i111' 11111'1'y '1'. l,1111111111is1 111111 C111. :1l'111llf L. 11'1ll'l'l'Il 111'1- 11x1'11r11111g 1111- 1i.O.'1'.C. 131-111111 1111-111111 1111-111115 111 1111-11111'11 1'v1l'1IllLlll. 13111111 1'1is1-11sl11111. 1111l1llll3l5 ,-111111-1's1111. 11111111111 1 111'11t11. -1l11I1l 121111-11 111111 121111111111 x1il1ll1121. 1'11g1- T53 5 mdk pjxggqglik gwzw K A b km , V' . Y BQQJQQS- xx , x ,E 204 8 k . . y K A -,vgsq 3 K ., .i , ik x . Y , M5 1 -+ -ii W M, ' - 1 lQR'N 6 i A K. 5. .fgflp . X .' ' fc, 'J' ' X X 54 Sv' Q - 5 'V ' 'Nl ,W . K b , . ,. 2' . , 35, 1 I Q -3 rg ty ' 1 :yffflx ,K ,Q - F 'N' K, " 'j hx, Xiui, 1 ' .bf Q R S as ,Q .aff fi ' ' i 1 " 13155. .K X . . , . 6 ' R Q V ff, A ' ' Xi 1 . Q. f 'ik 'N " X Ch- w Q , F355 - we K 5 x E5 .L , .XM 'i x .gf . Wx' -at . 3 ,S Q . 55 .5 . Q 5 1 , R' 1 me Lb X 'Q 4 'N .- N, a in Q X wg as .. fs, Q . OR 1 C 'Ri . 5 .z ..! . :EE ,575 f. f.-: wk 4 iw I. X it I I i , 1 ,, i . 'K 1 5? 4. . , ' f I 1 ,f Y- a sf K W Siiizt-Sw M511 f - K ' E43 lfxgg was, . 'Twas not for Fame We Played The Game , V -W - . f 1 . M 1 . A- xv . , it ,T Q A , K t 9, , t 0 , if 1 K .Mira , ,. 55 E , M.. Ku sxxunsm, . .W 'vw -'V 'Sf 1 ' 1 1. .Av - ww side M ' " 1 '50 'E2-rxiir 435511 1 521. M 1 ,11as.wg.'Rf?.l"t, A ow-lk . iw,-A W 1 fl. K 1-1 THEY WENT ALL OUT FOR FOOTBALL Y.-XRSITY THANI H!ll'k limi'-li4111:1lcl Bvlkv. iylilliliti iillYil4'l4t', NClfi?l'l'L Sixilfil. licvimwt Si111km1'sLi. junk Killa-11i1m'1'g, .IRIIIIVS 'l'a15lu1', iC11gm'11v Lvjal, RiL'iIilI'Qi lmval. iylllllili Cjiblllliil. limi' lim-i,Iv11C.lz1w. Mgr.. ciil1ll'if'S l"m'1'1':11'41, lJx11111icl S1-l1z1ii1'alti1. Hia-l1z11'rl L'I4il'lIl l"Ll11111111l iI'1r'1- s1111c1w1c-A. Iiulu-1't l.zlSL'i1, lfrvci likmits. llr111gla1s ililIlk'lK'k. 'i'l111111a1s NTt'iNK'll. iiillljlif l,.1l1, -luck Xiuluii, vz1g1m'l1. limi' flllt'--lylllliliii i4llkilSZ4'XX'hi'ii, lic1l1v1't l5u1151:ulis. Oniilc S11rv11ss'11. l'l1iii11 fifllililil, i'iLiXYilI'Ki NYil111mx'ski. xiiL'il2ll'i S:llz1vl1, CIc11'ci1111 Kl'1lllLS1l1Ai4, ICQIXYTII liiitivr. liz1ipi1 c:lllliil'l'9l7ll. XY.1ih'1' Kl'll1ll'. Ill l1.11111y .111t1n1p.1t1c111 oi il Ilcwrm-l Yll'iUl'j' 6.11111-i1 ,luck Xlxiluil l'llL'lllll'1ljll'N C1111l41i11 liul11'1't Si111kc1xx'ski to km-11 1111 that iijlillilljl spirit. H1111 l,11kz1sm'wski kin-ks il high 0111- :lx ln- 411141 l'l1il Cl1'11l1l1'1 lwip Lil shirt. 'l'l1c- lmys p1'zlm'tic'mi i1:1l'rl :xml lung il1'i0I'l' K'llL'il jl2lllll'. . 4' tm':1111 gm-I uii 14141 gumi XYitI1 his 1131-1111 fill' fur-uii goal post, x'4'h'l':111 IJUII Sk'illliil'2lLil ITIIIIIQVS 1li14-uni wili1 lin' illlll. Ili' l141p11sl1is tc-:1111111z1h-s will p1'r1viml1' i1i111 willl llll 11111-11 fivlfl. Page T6 AS WE SAW THEM PLAY THE GAME 'l'ln- now "vm ll1lllll'l'H in tht- citx"s Pnhlic lA'1lQ'lll'. tht- Jlucing of Cl nail zlhilitx' l . X t l . togvtln-r. nu-aint ii tnrn of fortnnc for tht- FICIITINC IIOHNICTS of 1952. Tht- Blnv Sc-ction in which oni' tt-inn was viitvwcl pi'ox'icl1'cl inspiring compctition which wc' nivt with SCYt'l'ill trick plays and rough and tough football. Victorics on-1' lilllil' X ww. Wzillvr. anal Snlliwni U2ll'IlK'll ns tht- position ol third plum' in thc svction. Spvciail nn-rit shonlcl hi- gin-n to Don lukaiszcwski, Xlit-lint-l Salam-li. -Iunws Taylor, liohvrt Siinkowski, iincl Echnnncl llinnsiinowicz lor ontstuncling ability on thv loothzill fit-ld. lingc-no lmju was In-lcl in vvry high vstoc-in hy his follow tvnnnnaitvs who vott-cl hiin thc "Xlost Xvillllllllli' lDl1lf'Ul'u of thu yn-uit A fK"',f'iY""". 'T . ff' i - .. . ,, -W ,. . ....,...,..,. dv,-1 ,A rs ar WE CHEER OUR FOREMAN PLAYERS .M ilu' Ilurxu-is limtvn with llIllll'll1AlllUIl. Crmvlu julm Nlalln vxplzxins tlu' strata-gy for tluv ru-xt gzmuz lim-If lhwu' l'lclwau'cl Divlx, llmunlll SL-lnallllxllll, ixllllllll' NYil4l4-, -lim-pll .Iguu-llv, llllllillkl Lauin Ilmmlcl Xlbslplnzll. Ifrrml HU!l'flD0ll21lKl l.vlvim'a1, XYilli:lm Zixuli. llrmulml l,lll4zlvm-wslci, C24-orgm' Ile-lvigxlal, lqkllllllllil I lilI'ilSllll0XYlL'Z. FROSH-SUPH 'l'lf.-XM Uur l"rosl1-Supl' lt'ilIll. wiclm'-vyvml illlil axlvri. pnsvs lm' al pwllllllllf' pic'l1ll'1'. linrlc lluu' Claris 'l'l1lulium. Drnullml lialmu. Uvrnlql Ilrmpl. l'lI'UHf limb-l'1rxx'in llcu-it, jolm Cm'ta'sc, BI'lll'i' lialrclzly, Alllllll l'm'tr:m. THE CAPTAINS AND THF COACH Altvrtlu'Slm'i1mu'tz gunu-, Coawlu Xlzllo had words ul praise- for tlu- 4-alptnins. llvrv wx- sw' :xlllllll lJ1'll'illl, Com-I1 xlilltl, Cvorgx' llvlvignzx. llllil lbflllillil I,llli2lSZl'XVSkl. lIHEERl.liAlJliRS On ilu- july, lm-auling cluwrs, we-rv nur alttrzlctivm' mul l'IllllllSl1lSlll' ulu'm'1'l4-aulvrs, lml luv loam Yurkowsky. I h Bark Hou'--llolmvs Mzlrclwtti, llillll'Ilt'l' KZllt'I'. Slnirlvy llzqu-y. Arlmu' Z1-la-nt, Slulrou llittmam. I'll'UlIf Hou' Nlzlrgiv Aron-tllro, AIOZIII Yurkmvsky, lillvn llalllquist. .Indy DiColzl, jluly Nivolinv. Pago 78 ,f- if fyw f ,, Q an 1' ' we 1 lfncdkq 'Do ' 1, 9. .3-f ..bdS N- 5 -1 , ,YE Q Ml 1 ll-4. 1 6? N C' .. K 41 -Q 'I lf THE PRACTICE THAT MADE THEM PERFECT TIME WILL TELL Dennis XVooten demon- strates the correct form of diving in Mr. Malo's Iifth period swimming elass. The Iioys, eager to leam, watch closely. vn- -1, KEEP IT UP, BOYS ln these two pictures we see freshman boys going through the ele- mentary steps of learning to swim. The edge of the wool is a safe place for Iievinners to practice co- orcIlination so necessary for kicking and later for perfecting the various strokes the boys will gin' 4? learn. -+V - A, Many novices come to class well-schooled in the art of swimming-hut their own way. Coach john Malo, by first teaching the fundamentals and then advanc- ing slowly, has the satisfaction of seeing many hoys who were in the heginning afraid of the water become expert swimmers by the end of the semester. This only proves that practice does make us perfect. Swimming instructors Iohn Rush and ,lack Maloff also attest to this adage. Page 80 FOR A REAL SPRING TONIC Daily indoor practice for the team began on March 16 and was taken out- doors just as soon as weather permitted. The boys, often seen practicing on the school campus and at Chopin Park, showed much promise. With the return of , ' d . th last years All-West-Sectlon second baseman, George DelVigna, an seven o er veteran Lettermen, the season's outlook was the best in many years. Coach john Malois hopes for a high record of wins was well founded. THE TEAM Back Row-Louis Sandro, Roger Knecht, George Groney, Frank lleielicnhaek, Charles Ferraro, Coach john Malo. ' ' x ' ' - ' -Ia l S ' " Thomas lliggins, Middle Row-jerry Hempel, Donald Barun, Larry Raucn, Ru. urn ptnur, Daniel NVatcrs, Richard Hoeft. F t R 1:-Anton Petran, Edward Skowron, Thomas -Rospond, Frank Calclerone, Edward Dick ron m Raymond Caceamo, Donald Lukaszewski, Thomas lxane, George Del Vlgna. OUT IN THE FIELD Our relaxed outfielders are ready to play hall. THEY'LL D0 THEIR BEST It was time for our pitchers to get their signals straight-from Tom Rospond. LET'S TAKE THIS ONE Capt. Luke huddles with the infielders before the game. giving them a good pep preparation. DON'T YNORRY, COACH S0 says Don Lukaszewslci as hc con- fidently tells Coach Malo that "all goes well" with the boys. YOU'RE OUT!!! Tom Kano tags George DolVigna out at third base, thwarting his neat try to Como in on time. . S I Xyvs,--W Y svrigdf -af' x ,AUAJ A Page 81 v 'Q' MISS STACK AND THE CADET STAFF Miss Stuck is allways iulvrvstvcl iu ills' ll.O.'I'.C. zlctivitivs and vn- ioys iiwvtiug with ilu- stall' tu alis- vuw-r XYll2ll is uurrvut 0 thc' ' ' ' , am- - 'z "iw-kai, XYilli:uu ll:-yclcn, Russvll lic'rgiu'r. 'l'lnouu1s Auclvrson, :xml liiclnaml l"l1-xulaui u ir pingrauu. Stull uu'mlu'rs YVil lluu l DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS Alllimigli Slllllll iu iuuulwr tliv group pvrl'0i'im'cl iu an surprisingly lim' Ill2lIllll'I'. XVitl1 Rudy lloclltvr- uuluu :ls llivir lll1lSl4'I', ilu' Corps rcs:-iulmla-cl ilu' lill'j.fl'l' groups of for- ulvr yi-urs. Bark Ruiz'-llic-lia1i'4l Blum, Xlalrviu lfvil, llulu-rt Xlvls, -lvrry llllgll Cla-urgv llurcliug. 'I'liirrI Hou'-Roimlml Laing. Barry Sugzirmaul, XXX-slvv XV1-is II'irill 1 ,, . 1 c Scully. SVVIIILII Iinu'-K1-rim-lli Cuuclvrson, Ifrvcl Bzilcalstro, liolu-rt Lauul, Lucl- wig lJOClIlt'YlIlilllIl. Firs I Hou'--Aclrim-um' Siuitli, llucly lJOC'llll'l'lllllllll. lliv clruuiuwr is Dalvicl liism-ustaiclt. THE MASTER AND THE MAJORETTES llucly Uuvl . thi- xlll-iOI'i'ltl'S, Calrul IAIICRIS, Annu Smuiucr, xlllfllyll Nlby. liurlmixi Kiln. Pzltricin Murphy. zuul Doro- lliy XVilks. llvruizluu posvs witli COLOR GUARD Au important unit in tlic R.O.'I'.C. is Ilia' Color Cuxlrcl. 'l'livsL' calclvls post volors at ull 2lSSl'IlIbllf'S and vvviiiug progrzuus. The fall si-uwstvr guards wvrv K1-nnvtli Kloss, jcrry Ask:-, Norlmvrt Skorn, zuicl 'llllOlllllS Kuglcr. ALERT - SHARPSHGOTING I - fi - EFFICIENT lx. "4,'g .cn l . in r' 51+-: uw, .lx 1 SC.-KIHRARIJ AND BI..-XIII? Only vault-t ulliu-is am' uit-iulwrs ul' tliv Sculrlmnl zzutl Blalclc- Clulm wlnic-ll un-vts cluriug thi- rvgulxu' clulu pt-riml tu discuss uuit prulilt-lux, During tlu' past twn sm-ulm'st4'1's tlu- L-ruuluzimliug ollit-HS. ltit-Iiazul l"li-xmaui zuul llusst-ll l'wrgm'r. lmu- ln-vu tlw pn-sitlviits, liujuying ll lrrim-li un-4-ting with Sgt, jim-s :mtl Sgt. Purely am-: Sflllltlillgf"i'i1lXYlIl Blum, llulwrt Nlurpliy. ltcuiaxlcl Bt-lkv, Allmiu l'wrggi'c'ii. Ulvu f:lklYl". Sitling llruuu ltit-t-lniu. Ifrauik Y4iiiSm1tm-ii, liolwrt llulc. Hillizuu 'l'i'i't-kai. NVilliauu llc-ymlvu. lin-liainl i'ilt'Xlll1lIl. ltussvll lic-rgm-i', Tlimuais Auclvrwu. ,., 1 RIFLE Tli,-KH Sw-u llL'l'l' xvitli Sgt. -Iiuvs am- lllt'llll7l'l'5 ul tln- rillv tvauu--.-Xllwiu Bl'l'QllI'l'Il. llnmuals ,'xIl1l1'I'SOIl, l'i uilt Y ui 9 lute u NYilli uu llutlnu NYilli uu Tiulti mtl ltussvll l5vrgm'r. 'l'lu'y wvrc' :Ill Yvry rv ul' H wins :against ut tlu- lius' i'm't-will whit-li was llliltlt' tliis j't'1lI' sis tlu-x' pilvtl up il sto fi Inssm-5, 'l'lu- rilla-uit-u xxvrt' lll9ll'llt'll'Ll in liriug lu Sgt. Purtly alltvr Sgt. .Iiuvw trziusl4'i'i's'tl to pruuil ltuust-x t-It iu l"s'lu'u1u'y. THIS USHIQRS' CLUB I Xl ciulwi's ul tlu' l'slim'rs' Clulm, tulllml upon to assist ou 1 lu uw Ot'l'QlSlt7llN 'uw wt-ll trauuml in . fl um I ms. w . 1 Mill.. m Y I 1-oiii'l1'sy' zlutl lvaitlc-i'slnip. Burk limi' Nlliltvr St-lmvclvl, ltnlwrt l"1'a1iu'ist'u, Clmrlvs l'c-i'u', Tliuuius Biallcmk, Norlwrt Sliurzl. It ' f"-- nlui l"wm'rt 'l1llUlII'lS liugl 'i' Ks' 'tl KI " ltalll ll 'Y 'l' Qt 'vs' Ywlal. Y A A 1 A l ulwsrm. Iuliu XYycl1'4l. Cll2lI'l1'S Yni1Sau1t4'ii. J nu luc -I ltuu 1'uur--l'u'rx Platt ltulu-i't Cmiuiiui. Xxllllllllll Init' Ituu 'l'h llmr 1' ' l"clu"1rtl Xl'1l'1ti'1 Xluxiu Ypriiwc-i' Yurumu Simon 'l'lmmus lctm-li. lauuc-s SJIIIUT. ' 41 . . . . . .. . . . A., . . . , limi' 'l'u'u--l"i'4'tl XYittv Cllzirlvs Klllllil, Allvu NYilli:uuwu. xi1ll'YiIl lfvil. Kvuuvtli Grimm-li. ' Un ltutll lu tl lx lt XX ll 1 1 lxuliutlx ltolnit lxlllllllltf' fwlllllik Nlliu XVIII 1"-IRIIIICS " . "uui- 1 'oszig 'i izu i -'ix uvut l,uiulmi'clu. Pauli' S23 ,Q jfkhtqiff af? . XXX ,Alt TRAINED TO CARRY OUT ORDERS . 4, .4 -' " I RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS . . . A succcss story of our lI.0.T.C. unit coulcl bc tolcl again this ycar. Instruction, clrills. marching. anal participation in many scllool and community actiyitics kept thc caclcts busy. Iligliligliting tlie cvcnts of tlic ycaifs work wcrc thc Award Assembly on .Ian- uary 13 anal tllc annual Ft-dt-ral Inspection on Nlay 27. Tlic Forcman unit. IIIILIUI' tlic clircction of NI Sgt. Carl Purcly, continuccl to bc tops in coopcration, clcpcncl- ability. and acliicycmcnt. llu l llllX Drill lcznn i'i'ccix'ccl Illlllly CUIIIDIIIIICIIIS umm tnnm ilu Qionp pnrloini NI1 -ml ccl In-lore an anmlicncc. mm-rs ol tlic tc-ann arc ltusscll Bcrgiicr, NYillizun Txulu ltol tXInipln' XVillinn nolmn Nlil A , ICI' . ' z A ' . Bruno ic- ,l ll nlno. -lanncs liwcll. lfrank YanSantcn. llobcrt Cosiinini. llioinas Anmlcrson, Philip I,aSalla. Ilillj' insIruL'tors cnjoycml lIIt'i'IIIljl witli tllc fault-t stall. llcrc wc sci' SFC' xY'lIIl ' ' I . . . . 'r jincs, Nlmbgt. lui Iiusscll llc"ncr 'I'lioni'i' ' " liit-In ip, , .s Anclcisnn, Xxllllllllll VIII'1'L'lfiI, ml ISIOXIIIZIII, :intl NYilliann llcyclcn , F53 Iln bullilin bo.uil was important in kccping vault-ts . Si'l'll1llI ROTC' 'l1""4" " ' ' po mc I . . . IIXIIIKS. l'1ank Xanhantcn points out XIII IIVIII ol intcrcsl to liussmll llc! Ilcyclcn. .. ' Vgncr :incl NYilliaun R Sin: lll unit tactics :irc In-st clmino s ' .' 'I ' ' SZIIII n ti ltscl on tlu l llblt Sgt. l'ln'mly talks to Kcnnctli Clunclcrson. Nlalrxin ll il llzlviil lfiscllstault, illlil U' ' ' ' morgm I Iarcling. ND GRENADES -X Q". v .LQFEYEL !:Z:.9T,. a U o 1 Q s z WU""" ,, ,IZ 1 Q-v"" Page 84 Ji.. 8 LEADERSHIP, ZEST, AND PERFORMANCE G.A.A. BOARD OF CUNTRUL Burk lioirfl,eoua 'l'clcp, Dorothy Syslo, Yvonne Schwarz, Leona Zoch, lilleu llallquist, ltoherta lfischer, Lois Schott, Barlmara Fisclu-r, Betty Yates. Roni '1'1L'o-Carol Osliinski, Beyer- ly Bore, Diane Deliouis, Lorraine Kaczuiarelx. Ccralcline llaulil, Mar- garet Acceturo, Christine Nlalek, Mary Kolmcr, liuiily Zographos. Hou' Une-lic-x'cl'ly Prelw, liette Ol- son. Patricia Cutroua, Geraldine Zawatzslci. Margery Luuclgoot, lilsie Lucas. f-' Facing ClroupwNliss Louise Peters, I Sponsor, antl Lois llerman, lresi- clcut. Lli'I'TERGlRl,S Huck Row-Cleralclinc llauhl, Carol Osliiuski, Beverly Hove, Lois Schott, Lorraine Kaexuiarek. lluth Smith, Rolicrta lfischer, Nancy Oster- meier, Barlmara Leslie, Betty Yates, Diane Bourclages, Geraldine Za- watzski, joan liulik, Carol Lucas. Ron' 'l'u'ofYx'onne Schwarz. Cer' alcline Steruier, Cail Chionzoli, Carolyn Peterson. Lilo Borchartl. Sandra Vieruow, Leona 'IR-lt-p, Diane Deliouis, Dorothy Syslo, joan Kroll, Nlary Norton, Shirley licclitolcl, Aclriennc Smith. Hou' Onealeaiinette Ottosen, Leona Zoch, Charlene Zapfel, Norma Scluuitl, ltita lloopuian, Patricia Cutroua, Carol Fox. Betty NU-clig, Bette Olson, Margery Luutlgoot, lflsie Lucas. Center-Beverly Prelmc, Lois ller- man, lilleu llallquist, Barliara lfiselu-r. G.A.A. REl'RliSEN'l'A'l'lVES Bark Hou'-Arnie Souuuer. Carol Cotteleer, Carol Usliiuslii. Beverly l-love, -loan Schuster, Gloria Scliaulc, Delores Fink, Alice Crulier. Shir- ley l'rclve, llarriet lloluilicrg. Hou' Tlareewliatlierine llutty. Doris Carlson. Ceraliline Iticliyeis, lic-tty YYY-tlig, Dorothy XVillxs, Ceralcline lannelli, Lois XVQ-clig. Yvonne Du- plain. Rim' Tico-Nlareia lhrig, Leona Milcwski, Bonnie Davis, Gail Chionzoli, Donna Antis, Charlene Klcngcl, Nancy Sxilagyi. Row Om'-.lean Barth. litlwarclina Mit-lion, Patricia Gerlmasi, Margaret Trylms, Dolores Marchetti, Geral- cline XYroua. G.A.A .... The Boarcl of Control, which is macle up of twenty-fiye girls and Nliss Louise Peters, the sponsor, plans the activities of the Girls' Athletic Association. The enrollment campaign and the athletic events are carried out hy the room represeiitatives. Our Lette-rgirls are an important part of the C.A.A. They are the girls who are the most active in sports ancl whose scholastic averages have merited them an award. Opposite Page The fourth periocl recreational games class was an aclclitiou to our physical education program last year. XVe see our girls playing sliufllelioarcl aucl forming pyramids. Also pictured are the girls that make up the C.A.A. Bowling Team. They howled each week to improve their form and skill. The climax to their activities was the Bowling Banquet helcl on june 3 when awards were presented to the top scorers. Page 86 X I , 3 iwlx Q, ' fins o I .h s . . t XX 2 L 4 X x 'il?ffE- I I I I s V l 6 2 ,, ir? Q , 5. lx wg, Q91 Q 5 I Qjfqgyxf vga Q' , -M-'sew la 'F' W af' .. .5 WMsx..,,.,,,,m,m,-f THE SWIMMERS AND THEIR STORY There is nothing as graceful as a well-exeeuted dive, performed by One ot our star swimmers. llere we see Geraldine Stermer showing the girls in her class how its done. Back Row-Katlierine ltyan, Helen Mikul, Beverly Bove, Katherine Slcirha and Virginia Dully. Front Howwllatrieia Devillez, Barbara Fischer, Roberta lfisehcr, Yolanda Nardi, Joyce Ceslllcewieh, Mary XVhittle, Charlene Zapfel, Carolyn Peterson. Entliusiastie C.A.A. Board of Control members, Barbara Fischer, Roberta Fischer, and Lorraine Kaegzmarek, are interested in the scrapbook which tells the story ot the C.A.A. ot former days. Ready to plunge are Charlene Zaptel, Beverly Bove, Carol Sachtleben, Virginia Duliy, Barbara Fiseher, and Roberta lfiseher. A refreshing swim in the pool is the reward for every girl en- rolled iu a gym class at Foreman. The opportunity to learn to swim, to attain skill and speed in performance, and to achieve success in the art of diving, is found in the expert swimming instruction which our girls receive from Miss V eroniea Lagorio, llead of the Girls, Physical Education Department, Miss Louise Peters, and Miss Evelyn Wandelt. All agree that swimming is fun for all. Page 88 TIME OUT FOR TREATS Y K+-ev. ,,L..-vw X' xg' w- V--wg- ...xx r--Q .. 3 --L- . t An - -.. V-, C --, a'3"54 4 -X I V nr N Q' 1, -M 4 5- ' P A in , . I .1-Q . - -I x I ,. . 1 1 1, gl, M R, 2 .g V ' x I M l S N-...L CIIRISTMAS IN Tllli GYM Tlu- 513111 was gaiily cle-comin-ml for tlim- lcsliw- Cliristmais sc-aismi. Se-1-11 llt'L'0I'llllIljl tlix- in-v lwlon- ilu- lmlinluy am- lilllilll' Sc-liwm-likv, Lois l'ytlm-wicz. juycm- Nla-lirlm-ns, Aclrivnm- Smitli, amml l,2llI'lL'l1l Culrmial. THE PAUSIS THAT ENLIGHTIENS A ll-xx' miimlcs all tlu- 1-ml ol tlu- gym pn-riocl lu-lpn-cl Carol Luc-:is in will-li up mi mim- lu-ultli limm-work. ORIGIN.-XLITY PLUS Om- nl llil- gxiym-sl pzirlix-s tu lionor llic- lf0SlIlIlilll girls was tlu- lla-clclal lluppur Ilut Pairly spmisorm-cl lay tlu- C.A.A. Soma- ol' tlu- oiilstmicliiigly' cirigiiiail lmts, dc-sign:-cl amcl worn lmy tlim- gm-sts, arm- sliown lu-rv liuvk limi'-l,ois Danllmkc. Nlarilyii Trzimlc-l. lh-rimclm-llc limiclvr. 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Y The Memories of Those Happy Days - Be with us Yet, as we Parr our Ways THE CLASS OF JANUARY, 1953 i CLASS OFFICERS . . . 1'rc-siclc-nt Nlicliavl Salacli connnvnts on fntnrv vvvnts to other class olficvrs-Ccorgc' Bacliar, Carolyn Pcterson, ancl Nlarlc-nv Znckvnnan. GRADUATION COMNIITTEE . . . Xlr. Lvonarcl Sollo. senior class sponsor, liacl many dc-tails to iron ont with thc graclnation connnittcc. Nh-iiilwrs were Tliomas Niclsvn. .loan Zacliar. and Corinnv Koller. CLASS DAY CONINIITTEE .... ' X clcliglitfnl Class Day Lnnclivon was the rc-snlt of care-ful planning lmy Nlrs. Agni-s Anclc-i'son's comniittc-c consisting of Ba'x'i-1'ly Boyc, llolx-rt Dali: llayinoncl Boov, Barbara jonvs. Doris Carlson, and Virginia Dniliy. SENIOR NIGHT COIVINIITTEE . . . Svnior Niglit. pu-smitvcl on january 23, was we-ll i'c'cvix'ccl. Mrs. Vcronica Byrnc and liis assistants. Lcona Zocll. XVilliam 'l'rc'clQa, and .Ivan Opal, wvrv in cliargc ol' all arrailgclnm-nts. FINANCE CONINIITTEE . . . jean Opal, IVilliam Trvcka. Bridge-t Dzicinann, anal Nlarlcnc ZllCIi0l'Il11Ul Wvrc rosponsilmlc- for collecting svnior class mlnc-s. Tlwy inaclm- Miss Kinclcrmaifs jolm a lot c-asier. Page 92 CLARENCE ADKISSON Swimming Teamg Assistant, Main Ofliceg President, Crossword Puzzle Clubg Secretary, First Aid Club. ROBERT ANDERSEN Careers' Day Committeeg Social Center Committeeg Public Address Clubg Camera Clubg Print Shop Pressman and Foremang Fire Marshal. THOMAS ANDERSEN Rifle Team Letterg Drill Team Letterg American Legion Auxiliary Medalg Color Guardg Competitive Platoong Vice-President, Ushers' Clubg Scabbard and Blade Club. KENT ARNOLD National Honor Societyg Baseball Letter and Baseball Teamg Intra- mural Basketball Championsg FOREMANUAL Staffg Lettermenis Clubg Vice-President, Chess Club. GEORGE BACHAR National Ilonor Societyg Vice-President, junior Honor Clubg Vice- President, 4B and 4A Classcsg Intramural Basketballg Treasurer, Star- gazcrs' Clubg Vice-President, Basketball Clubg Social Center Assem- blyg FOREMANUAL Staff. RICHARD BLITT junior, Sophomore, and Freshman Honor Clubsg Vice-President, Latin Clubg First Aid Clubg Math Review Clubg Psychology Clubg Intra- mural Basketballg Student Council Representativeg Hall Guardg Presi- dent, Vice-President, Division Room. RAYMOND BOOE Class Day Committeeg Hall Guardg Messengerg Student Council Rep- resentativeg German Clubg Reading Clubg Psychology Clubg Public Appearance. LILO BORCHARD National Honor Societyg junior, Sophomore, and Freshman Honor Clubsg Service Letter and Chevronsg Lettergirlg Intramural Volleyballg FOREMANUAL Staffg Choirg Locker Guardg Messcngcrg German Clubg Psychology Clubg Treasurer, Talent Clubg Secretary, Division Room. ELAINE BORSKI Assistant, Attendance Ofliceg Intramural Volleyballq Ilall Guardg Messengerg Knitting Clubg Drama Clubg Polish Clubg Vice-Prcsidcnt, Consumers' Clubg Fashion Drawing Club. DIANE BOURDAGES Social Chairman, National Honor Soeictyg junior and Freshman IIonor Clubsg Vice-President, Sophomore Honor Clubg Lettcr and Chevrong Lettergirlg Intramural Volleyballg Social Center Rcprcscntativeg Assist- ant, Main, Attendance, and Placement Oflicesg Projector Operatorg Psychology Club. BEVERLY BOVE Senior Dance Committeeg Class Day Committceg Sophomore and Freshman Honor Clubsg G.A.A. Board of Controlg Lettcrgirlg G.A.A. Reprcsentativeg Intramural Volleyballg Bowling Teamg Horseback Riding Clubg Student Council Representativeg Messcngerg Library Clubg German Clubg Choirg President, English Class. WARREN BRADLEY Baseball Letter and Baseball Teamg Intramural Baskctballg Secretary, Crossword Puzzle Clubg Lettermen's Clubg Ben Franklin Club: Chess Clubg Checker Club. Page 93 ANTHONY CARUSO Fire Marshal, Secretary, Checker Club, Public Address Club, Public Appearance, Stagehand. DIANA CUMMINGS Intramural Volleyball, Talent Club, Psychology Club, Handicraft Club, Knitting Club, Assistant, Personnel Ofiice, Library Assistant, Hall Guard, Teaeheris Aid, President, Division Room. HERBERT CZECH Ben Franklin Club, Secretary and Treasurer, Projector Club. ROBERT DALE National Honor Society, junior and Sophomore Honor Clubs, Class Day Committee, Service Letter, Tribune Gold Medal, American Legion Auxiliary Medal, Captain, R,O.T.C., Vice-President, Math Club, Stargazers' Club, Secretary, Scabbard and Blade Club, Latin Club, Fire Marshal, Class Valedictorian. I ALFRED DORF Fire Marshal, Public Address Club, Treasurer, First Aid Club, Sec- retary, Checker Club, Chess Club. VIRGINIA DUFFY junior Honor Club, Class Day Committee, Service Letter, Intramural Volleyball, Office Assistant, Hall Guard, Secretary, Psychology Club, Fashion Drawing Club, Latin Club, Typing Queens, Dramatic Club, President, Vice-President and Treasurer, Division Room. PHYLLIS BRINKMAN Intramural Volleyball, Secretary, Consumers' Club, Polish Club, Library Club, Typing Queens, First Aid Club, Hall Guard, Secretary, Clerical Practice Class. ELEANOR BRINKMANN Secretary, National Honor Society, Junior Honor Club, Service Letter, Choir, Assistant, Attendance Office, President, Psychology Club, Sketch Club, Social Center Representative, President, Division Room. LEE BRYAN Intramural Basketball, Senior Night, Service Letter and Chevron, German Club, Secretary, Math Review Club, Stargazers' Club, Hall Guard, Fire Marshal, Band. BARBARA BUSSE Intramural Volleyball, Girls' Rifle Team, Messenger, Student Leader, Secretary, Knitting Club, Talent Club, Typing Queens, Booster Club, Horseback Riding Club, President, Division Room. RONALD CALLGREEN Sophomore Honor Club, Intramural Basketball, Fire Marshal, Mes- senger, Teacher's Aid, President, Projector Club, Latin Club, Pro- jeetor Letter, Service Letter, Band Letter. DORIS CARLSON Class Day Committee, Student Council Representative, Typing Queens, Fashion Drawing Club, Stargazers' Club, C.A.A. Representa- tive, Intramural Volleyball, President, English Class, President and Secretary, Division Room. Page 94 l BRIDGET DZIEMAN Iunior Honor Club, Finance Committee, Service Letter, Intramural Volleyball, Assistant, Attendance Office, Teacher's Aid, President, Knitting Club, Secretary, Stargazers' Club, Fashion Drawing Club, Checker Club, Secretary, English Class. CLARE ENGMARK Intramural Volleyball, Hall Guard, Consumers' Club, Crossword Puz- zle Club, Typing Queens, Secretary, Polish Club, Fashion Drawing Club, First Aid Club. RONALD FARINA T rack Team, Basketball Manager, Band, Assistant, Main Oflice, Vice- President and Treasurer, Crossword Puzzle Club, German Club, First Aid Club, Projector Club, Checker Club. RONALD FISH Treasurer, Math Club, Checker Club, Treasurer, Chess Club. RICHARD FLEXMAN Color Guard Letter, V.F.NV. Medal, Tribune Gold Medal, N.C.O. Efficiency Medal, American Legion Medal, Unit Commander, R.O. T.C., President, German Club, President, Ushers' Club, President, Scabbard and Blade Club, Band, Christmas Dance Committee, Presi- dent, Division Room. CARL FRANKLIN Intramural Basketball, Checker Club, First Aid Club, Crossword Puz- zle Club, Hall Guard, Vice-President, Division Room. JOAN GACA Intramural Volleyball, Assistant, Attendance Office, Polish Club, Drama Club, Consumers' Club, Fashion Drawing Club, Secretary, English Class. PATRICIA GIBONS Drama Club, Polish Club, Consumers' Club, Spanish Club, Fashion Drawing Club. ANN GRELL Intramural Volleyball, Psychology Club, German Club, Typing Queens, Student Council Representative, Hall Guard. NORMAN GRUBER Vice-President, Public Address Club, Ben Franklin Club, Checker Club, Print Shop Press Foreman, Stagehand, Social Center Commit- tee, Hall Guard, Treasurer, Division Room. ROBERT HAKES National Ilonor Society, Sophomore and Frcslunan Ilonor Clubs, Manager, Basketball Team, President, Spanish Club, Vice-President, Stargazers' Club, Intramural Basketball, Band. JOHN HALL National Honor Society, Social Center Committee, Service Letter, Messenger, Math Club, Public Address Club, Chess Club, Latin Club, Projector Club, Secretary, Division Room. Page 95 BEATRICE KLEPFER Choir, Student Council Representative, Hall Guard, Geographers' Club, Talent Club, Music Appreciation Club, Stargazers' Club. MAGNUS KNUDSON Intramural Basketball, Checker Club, junior Booster Club. JOHN KOCH Sophomore Honor Club, Intramural Basketball, German Club, Star- gazers' Club, Math Review Club. JEANNETTE KOZLOWSKI National Ilonor Society, President, junior Honor Club, Sophomore Honor Club, Service Letter and Chevrons, Intramural Volleyball, Riding Club, May Festival, Assistant, Attendance Office, FOREMAN- UAL Staff and FOREMANUAL Club, Treasurer, Polish Club, Star- gazers' Club, Secretary, Student Council. LORRAINE LACHATA National Honor Society, junior and Sophomore Honor Clubs, Service Letter and Chevron, Assistant, Attendance Office, Teacher's Aid, Messenger, Knitting Club, Typing Queens, Checker Club, Fashion Drawing Club, Stargazers' Club. LARRY LAU Senior Dance Committee, Football Team and Football Club, Secre- tary, First Aid Club, Treasurer, Chess Club, Ride-A-Hobby Club. CAROL HANETHO Intramural Volleyball, Consumers' Club, Knitting Club, Polish Club, Latin Club, Typing Queens, Assistant, Attendance Office, Ilall Guard, G.A.A. Representative. WILLIAM HEYDEN Rifle Team Letter, Marksmanship Medal, Tribune Medal, N.C.O. Efficiency Medal, United Spanish American War Veterans Medal, Color Guard, Competitive Platoon, Scabbard and Blade Club, Ushers, Club, Stargazers' Club, Chess Club, Projector Club, FOREMANUAL Staff, First Aid Club. DOLORES JENSEN Intramural Volleyball, Messenger, First Aid Club, German Club, Polish Club, Typing Queens, Drama Club, Consumers' Club, Secre- tary, English Class, Treasurer, Division Room. BARBARA JONES Intramural Volleyball, Bowling Team, Class Day Committee, G.A.A. Representative, Assistant, Placement Office, Messenger, College Club, Typing Queens, Stargazers' Club, Sketch Club, Interior Decorating Club, Knitting Club, Spanish Club, Secretary and Treasurer, Divi- sion Room. CORRINE KELLER jewelry Committee, Teacher's Aid, Intramural Volleyball, First Aid Club, Stargazers' Club, Typing Queens, Knitting Club, Graduation Committee. CAROLE KELLNER Junior and Sophomore Honor Clubs, Intramural Volleyball, Service Letter and Chevron, FOREMANUAL Staff, President, FOREMAN- UAL Club, Associatc Editor, FOREMAN NEWS, Choir, Typing Queens, Stargazcrs' Club, First Aid Club, Riding Club, Bowling Team, Locker Guard, Student Council Representative, Secretary, Division Room. Page 96 EUGENE LEJ A Senior Dance Committee, Lettermen's Club, Football Team, Intra- mural Basketball, President, Polish Club, Foreman, Print Shop, Ben Franklin Club, Checker Club. RICHARD LEVA FOREMAN NEWS Staff, Intramural Basketball, Football Team, Baseball Club, Consumers' Club, Television Acting Club, President, Secretary and Treasurer, Division Room. ROSALIE LOUISE Intramural Volleyball, Psychologff Club, Typing Queens, First Aid Club, Talent Club, Teacher's Ai 5 Secretary, Division Room. RICHARD MACK Intramural Basketball, Student Council Representative, Senior Night. MARILYN MANDL G.A.A. Lettergirl, Intramural Volleyball, Glee Club, Assistant, Place- ment Office, Messenger, Tcachcr's Aid, FOREMAN NEWS Repre- sentative, Bowling Team, Locker Guard, Knitting Club, First Aid Club, Stargazcrs' Club, Talent Club. CAROL MUELLER Service Letter and Chevron, Secretary, Talent Club, Choir, FORE- MAN NEWS Staff, Messenger- Assistant, Ad'ustment Oflice' Intra- mural Volleyballl, Gemian Club, 'aide-A-Hoiby Club, Hoisebaek Riding Club. Page 97 3' ROSE NICKETTA Girls' Recreation Club, Intramural Volleyball, Hall Guard, Messenger Checker Club, Knitting Club, Treasurer, College Club, Vree Presl dent, Division Room, Secretary, English Class. THOMAS NIELSEN Football Letter and Football Team, Baseball Team, Intramural Bas ketball, Lettermen's Club, Checker Club, Chess Club, Vice-President Division Room. EUGENIA OPAL National Honor Society, Junior and Sophomore Honor Clubs Presi dent, Freshman Honor Club, Service Letter and Chevrons Intra mural Volleyball, Choir, Assistant, Attendance Office, Teacher s Aid Messenger, President, Math Review Club, Co-chaimian, Latin Club College Club, Sketch Club, President, Division Room. CAROL OSHINSKI ' Junior and Sophomore Honor Clubs, G.A.A. Board of Control G A A Representative, G.A.A. Letter, Intramural Volleyball, Service Letter German Club, Handicraft Club, Student Leader, Teachers Aid Oilice Assistant. NANCY OSTERMEIER Vice-President, National Honor Society, President, junior Honor Club Sophomore and Freshman Honor Clubs, F OREMANUAL Staff Vice President, Student Council, G.A.A. Lettergirl, Intramural Volleyball Service Letter, Messenger, Assistant, Placement Counselor, Seeretary FOREMANUAL Club, Treasurer, German Club, Typing Queens CASIMIR OSTROWSKI President, Young Travelers' Club, Checker Club, Crossword Puzzle Club, Band, Choir. EUGENE OWSLEY Intramural Basketball, Secretary, Reading Club, Ride-A-Hobby Clubg Consumers, Club, Baseball Clubg Student Council Representative. BEVERLY PAPKE Intramural Volleyball, G.A.A. Representativeg Service Letterg Mes- sengerg Personnel Assistantg Choir, Secretary, Typing Queensg Vice- President, Latin Clubg Stargazers' Clubg College Club, Knitting Club, Sketch Clubg Locker Guard, Student Leader. KATHERINE PATANO Intramural Volleyballg Locker Guard, Messengerg Office Assistantg Treasurer, Fashion Drawing Clubg Secretary, Sketch Clubg Psychology Clubg College Club, Secretary, English Classy Secretary, Chemistry Class. - CAROLYN PETERSON Secretary, 4B and 4A Classesg Senior Prom Committee, Freshman Honor Club, G.A.A. Lettergirl and Representativeg Intramural Volley- ball, Locker Guardg Messengerg Secretary, Drama Clubg Treasurer, Talent Club, Latin Club, College Clubg Girls' Recreational Clubg Secretary, English Class. PATRICIA PETERSON Intramural Volleyball, Student Leaderg Office Assistantg Choirg Girls' Glee Clubg Treasurer, Television Acting Clubg Talent Club, German Clubg Song and Sonnet Clubg Psychology Club. CAMILLE PROCE National Honor Societyg Iunior Honor Club, Intramural Volleyballg Service Letter, Teacheris Aid, Drama Clubg Sketch Club, Psychology Clubg Knitting Clubg Interior Decorating Clubg Talent Clubg Vice- President and Secretary, English Class, Secretary, Division Room. SHIRLEY RICH Intranmral Volleyballg Bowling Team, Feature Editor, FOREMAN NEWSg Secretary, Checker Clubg Typing Queens, Crossword Puzzle Clubg Psychology Clubg Knitting Clubg Choir. ROBERT ROSE Football Lcttcrg Football and Basketball Teamsg Intramural Basket- ballg Foreman, Print Shopg Lettermen's Clubg Basketball Club. MICHAEL SALACH President, 4B and 4A Classcsg Social Center Committeeg Senior Prom Committee, Football Letterg Service Letter, Football Team, Intra- mural Basketball Championsg Lettermenls Club, Basketball Clubg President, Division Room. DONALD SCHAFFRATH Baseball, Basketball, and Football Teams, Baseball, Basketball, and Football Lettersg Intramural Basketball, President, Lettermen's Clubg Basketball Clubg Hornet Hop Chairmang Pencil Day Chairmang Hall Guardg Chairman, English Classg Vice-President, Division Room. JANICE SCHENK lntranmral Volleyball, Teacher's Aidg Hall Guardg Psychology Clubg Checker Club, Typing Queensg Secretary, Civics Class. CHARLES SCHNEIDER Intramural Basketballg IIall Guard, Checker Clubg First Aid Clubg Geographers' Clubg Ride-A-Hobby Clubg President, Division Room. Page 98 RUTH SMITH Lettergirlg Intramural Volleyball: Locker Guardg Student Leaderg Service Letterg Teacher's Aidg Messengerg Band, Secretary, Clicking Keys Clubg Checker Clubg Typing Queensg German Club. ARLENE SPLITT Intramural Volleyballg G.A.A. Representativeg Bowling Teamg Locker Guardg Office Assistantg Choir: Psychology Club, Knitting Club, Sketch Clubg Fashion Drawing Clubg College Clubg Typing Queens. GERALDINE STERMER G.A.A. Letter and Chevrong Intramural Volleyballg G.A.A. Re re- sentativeg Messengerg Choirg Stargazers' Clubg Polish Clubg Taljent Clubg Booster Clubg Rific Teamg Girls' Swimming Team Committeeg Vice-President, English Class. JAMES TAYLOR Football Letterg Basketball and Football Teainsg Intramural Basket- ballg Lettermen's Clubg Basketball Clubg Secretary, Stargazers' Clubg Baseball Clubg Vice-President and Treasurer, Division Room. RICHARIJ THOMAS President and Vice-President, Public Address Systemg Stagehandg Checker Clubg Ben Franklin Club. WILLIAM TRECKA Treasurer, National Honor Society, junior Honor Clubg Major, R.O.T.C. City Staff, American Legion Freshman Medalg Dept. of Army Neatness Medalg V.F.NV. Sophomore Medalg D.A.R. Medal: Dept. of Army Officers' Efficiency Medalg Service Letter and Chev- ronsg Drill Team Letterg Vice-President, Scabbard and Blade Clubg Fancy Drill 'l'eamg Competitive Platoong FOREMANUAL Repre- sentative. X +15 gif so LOUIS VARZINO President, Ride-A-Hobby Clubg Vice-President, First Aid Clubg Checker Clubg Intramural Basketball. MARY WHITTLE Associate Editor, FOREMAN NEWSQ Intraumral Volleyball: G.A.A. Bowling Teamg Choirg Checker Clubg Young Stenograpliers' Clubg Psychology Club. JOAN ZACHER junior Ilonor Clubg Intranmral Volleyball, Service Letterg Registrar Assistantg Teachcr's Aidg Fancywork Club, Sketch Clubg Fashion Drawing Club, Clicking Keys Club: Psychology Clubg Typing Quccnsg Secretary, Division Room. CHARLENE ZAPFEL G.A,A. Lettergirl: G.A.A. Representative, Intranmral Volleyball, Choirg Girls' RiHe Team, Vice-President, Talent Clubg First Aid Clubg Girls' Recreational Clubg Messengerg Secretary, English Class, Sec- retary, Division Room. WILLIAM ZINCK Basketball and Baseball Lettersg Captain, Basketball Team, Baseball Teamg Intramural Basketballg Stargazers' Clubg President, German Clubg Secretary, Vice-President, Lettermcn's Clubg Secretary, Vice- President and President, Division Room. LEONA ZOCH President, National Honor Society: junior, Sophomore and Freshman Honor Clubsg G.A.A. Board of Control, G.A.A., Choir, and Service Lettersg G.A.A. Representative, Locker Guardg Choir: Assistant, Place- ment Officeg Attendance Oflice Assistantg Adjustment Office Assistantg German Club, Secretary, English Class, Social Center Planning Com- mitteeg Secretary, Division Room. Page 99 MARLENE ZUKERMAN Treasurer, 4B and 4A Classesg Senior Prom Counnittc-cg Iutraunu'ul Vollcyballg Girls' Bowling Teznng Service Letter: Mcsscngvrg College Club, Latin Club: Knitting Clubg Secretary, Stargazcrs' Clubg Student l,c-advr. awe ' 1 H . 3' V, igwg, I 1-V, - W' 4 ' "Ai- THE WAY TO SAY GOOD-BYE The Furniture Mart was the scene of gay festivities on january 27, when ninety guests enjoyed the Farewell Luncheon of the Ianuary graduating class. Delicious food, an entertaining program, and a delightful social hour made this last festive gathering an occasion that will long be remembered. Mrs. Agnes Anderson and her committee con- sisting of Beverly Bove, chairman, Raymond Booe, Virginia Duffy, Doris Carlson, Barbara Iones and Robert Dale real- ized their fondest hopes to plan what every one believed was the 'cperfect Class Day luncheonf' Faculty guests who attended besides Mrs. Anderson were Miss Stack, Mr. McHale, Mr. Sollo, Mrs. Voelz, Mrs. Fagan, and Miss Kinderman. 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NYvu1uQIlt PMI- smiIing at om- oI our nmim' Iwzgim- gaunvs. wI1iI-Il, UI I-rn NYU NYKIII. .., " f I I"lIII1I 'I'IlI" I KST 'I'INIIf TU PISRIFO I . . . 'I'I1is sawn- Irum Svlknim' IXILIII IWIII. . . ,, RNI IIIIIJIIIIQ. IIIlI'1lC'IllI'N. in Ilrvss n'I-III-II:-sul. ami l5I'I'Sl'lIIIlll il Iz1III -ull III .1 xu II Imoxxu tm In I mum H ' ' ' ' 'II' Ig'IIlIiIII1lIl. if11rI I"ra111IIIin. CIa1roI OsIlinsIIi. Tum Nu-III-11 l5l'UQl'1lIIl. II1v SIIIIIUIIIS .uv II1y IS 1 I.4u'ry I.Alll. I'IIg1im- Ilurski. XIIQIIIII-I SAIILIUII, IIII-Inu'mI I"Ivx11mn :xml flm'ry' SIt'l'lIlt'I', Page 101 THE CLASS OF JUNE, 1953 CLASS OFFICERS . . . X111t11o11s of 1-1111- 1111cti11g 11111111-1'o11111 111v1'ti11gJ,s 1111- 111-ing 11is- c11ss1'11 by N111 1,1'1111111'11 S0110 211111 t111' 511111111 class 111'1ic1'1's-1,1115 111-1'11'11111, 111155011 Notur, 1111s11111111'y N1111111g11. 111111 Carol C11111a1. CLASS DAY CONINIITTEE . . . T116 s1'11i111' c111ss 1-11j11y1-11 ll 111081 1111111511111 C111ss Day 1-.1111c11- 1'1111 1111 Allllll' 23 111 1111- 1'I11g11w11t1'1' B1'11c11 H0111 x11'S.IiX'2l 11111216 111141 N11's. C1l'1'tl'llC11' S111it11. 111c111tv sp1111s111's. wcrv 11551511-11 113' 1111s1'111111'y N11111z1g11, 11101111111 K111111, .AIICITUXV Cig1io, 1111111 Y111'1111ws11y 111111 X111111111 A11l1S. GRADITATION CC DNINIITTEE . . . T111' Ql'i1K1llil1'10l1 co111111itt1'1'. 0011515111151 of 1'11t1'ici11 1511111- S1l2lXV. 1C1si1' N1111' 14llC1lS. 1111ss1'11 B1'1'g111'1', t11111y 1DiC11111, 211111 I,iltl'1C1il cIlltl'0ll2l, 111111111 2lI'l'2lll11'C'l110lltS 1111' 1-1111111111111-1-1111'11t w11i1-11 was 111-111 1111 Nllllll' 25. FINANCE CONINIITTEE . . . X11-111111115 of t111- fi111111c1' c11111111itt1111 w1111 1101111111 Nliss C1'ci1i11 1111511-1111 1-11111-1-t S1-11101 1-1z1ss 111105 Wcrv cI1l1'01 C11k111, K11t1111ri1111 SW1-1-111'y, 13111111115 .I111111s11i, cI1Il'01 S111'11t11'111'11, 111111 1'11t1'ici11 X111111'1'. SENIOR PRUN1 CONINIITTEE . . . T111' 511111111 p1'0111, "1D1111ci11g i11 1111- 1J2ll'1in, was 111111111011 by 1,111'1'11i111- K111-z111111'1'11, P11t1'i1'iz1 D1-Vi111-Z. 151-11-1'1y P1'1'111'. '1'111111111s Higgins, 111155011 Notur, 111111 11111111111 1,111'i11. It was 110111 011 5111119 5 111 t111' X11c11ig11111 S11o1'1-s C111111t1'y fI1ll1J 111111 was sp1111s111'1-11 by N111 1,1'1111111'11 S111111. Page 102 MARY ALEXACOS G.A.A., Checker Club, Knitting Club, College Club, Spanish Club, Psychology Club, White Collar Girls, Handicraft Club, Chemistry Laboratory Assistant. MARION ALLDS Class Day Committee, Editor, FOREMAN NEWS, President, Secre- tary, Division Room, Teacherls Aid, Sophomore Honor Club, Library Assistant, Service Letter, Bowlinf Team, Secretary, Treasurer, Jour- nalism Club, Intramural Volleyball, Psychology Club, Typing Queens, White Collar Girls, Checker Club, Reading Club, Fashion Show. JERRY ASKE Football Team, Rifle Team, Color Guard, R.O.T.C. Letter, Service Letter, Public Appearance, V.F.W. Medal, FOREMANUAL Repre- sentative, President, Chess Club. CORINNE BACCHI G.A.A., Vice-President, Biology Class, Knitting Club, Reading Club, Slifickfarlgiliilig Crossword Puzzle Club, Psychology Club, Intramural o ey a . JOSEPH BARROWMAN Baseball Club, Basketball Club, Vice-President, Secretary, Division Room, President, English Class, Chess Club, Checker Club, First Aid Club, Consumers' Club, Intramural Basketball. SHIRLEY BECHTOLD Social Center Committee, Freshman, Sophomore, and Junior Honor Clubs, President, Secretary, Division Room, G.A.A. Letter, Service Letter, Library Assistant, Bowling Team, Typin Queens, First Aid Club, Readin Club, Ma Festival, Library Cflub, Clicking Keys, Intramural Vcgleyballg Locker Guard. ALBIN BERGGREN National Honor Society, R.O.T.C. Executive Officer, Captain, Rifle Team, Fancy Drill Team, Service and Projector Letters, Color Guard, Freshman Advisor, Vice-President, Projector Club, Vice-President, Scabbard and Blade Club, Competitive Platoon, Neatncss, Marksman- ship and American Legion Medals. RUSSELL BERGNER Graduation Committee, National Honor Society, Major and Com- manding Officer, R.O.T.C., Fancy Drill Team and Rifle Team Letters, Color Guard, Competitive Platoon Leader, V.F.VV., American Legion, Department of Army, Marksmanship and Chicago Tribune Medals, FOREMANUAL Staff, Basketball and Baseball Clubs. EDWIN BLUM Sophomore, junior, and Senior Honor Clubs, Ist Lieutenant, R.O.T.C., Competitive Platoon, V.F.W. and Department of Army Recruiting Medals, FOREMANUAL Representative, Biology Laboratory As- sistant, Library Assistant, President, Chess Club, President, Chemistry Club, Scabbard and Blade Club, German Club, President, Division Room. ROBERT BOUGADIS Service Letter, Social Center Committee, Football Team, Intramural Basketball, Tennis Team, Swimming Team, Basketball Club, Chess Club, Chemistry Laboratory Assistant, Office Assistant, Tear-hcr's Aid. RANAE BRESIN Secretary, Treasurer, Division Room, Teacher's'Aid, G.A.A. Repre- sentative, OH-ice Assistant, Fire Chief and Marshal, Public Appear- ance, Girls' Glee Club, Hall Guard, Social Center Committee, Intra- mural Volleyball, Young Artists' Club, Camera Club, Vice-President, Pre-Legal Club, Booster Club, Talent Club, Careers Day Representa- tive. WALLACE BUCHAN President, Young Travelers' Club, German Club, Checker Club, R.O.T.C. Drum and Bugle Corps, Lunchroom Monitor, Hall Guard. Page 103 EDWIN BUTLER Football Team, Varsity Pigskin Club, Chess Club, Math Review Club, President, Vice-President, Division Room, Stargazers' Club, Consum- ers' Club, President, English Class, Intramural Basketball. FRANK CALDERONE Vice-President, Treasurer, Division Room, Checker Club, Ben Frank- lin lChLb,lStargazers' Club, Chess Club, Baseball Team, Intramural Bas et al. PAUL CALISTRO Student Council Representative, Swimming Team, President, Secre- tary, Checker Club, Intramural Baseball, Treasurer, Ceramics Club, Treasurer, Consumers, Club. WILLIAM CALLAHAN Ben Franklin Club, Vice-President, Crossword Puzzle Club, Checker Club, Assistant Foreman, Print Shop, Treasurer, Biology Class, Con- sumers' Club, Intramural Basketball. COSMO CARBONARO President, Talent Club, Chess Club, Choir, Lockcr Guard, Public Appearance. ESTHER CHRIMES Secretary, Pre-Legal Club, Library Club, Knitting Club, Advanced Knitting Club, Crossword Puzzle Club, Typing Queens, Fashion Drawing Club, G.A.A., Teaeher's Aid, Service Letter, Messenger, Hall Guard. JOAN CHRISTMAN G.A.A., Checker Club, Crossword Puzzle Club, Typing Queens, Psychology Club, Library Club, Service Letter, Library Assistant, 'l'eaeher's Aid, Intramural Volleyball, Bowling Team. ANNA COLELLA G.A.A., Checker Club, Crossword Puzzle Club, Typing Queens, Psychology Club, Secretary, Clothing Class, Intramural Volleyball. PATRICK COLLINS Secretary, Ben Franklin Club, Vice-President, Consumers' Club, Treasurer, First Aid Club, Chemistry Laboratory Assistant, Intramural Basketball. JACK CONN OR President, Latin Club, President, Chess Club, President, Biology Class, President, English Class, Finance Committee, Treasurer, Geographers' Club, Secretary, Crossword Puzzle Club, Freshman, Sophomore, junior, and Senior Honor Clubs, Supply Room Assistant, Intramural Basketball. CAROL CUKLA Treasurer, 4B and 4A Classes, Sophomore, Junior and National Honor Clubs, FOREMANUAL Stalf, FOREMANUAL Representative, Vice- President, FOREMANUAL Club, Treasurer, Psychology Club, Teach- er's Aid, Checker Club, Knitting Club, White Collar Girls, G.A.A., Hall Guard, Intranmral Volleyball, Service Letter, Song and Sonnet Club. PATRICIA CUTRONA Graduation Committee, Lettergirl and Chcvrons, G.A.A. Board of Control, Service Letter, Treasurer, Library Club, Music A preciation Club, Library Assistant, Bowling Team, Hall Guard, Lockyer Guard, Teachers Aid, Social Center Committee, Intramural Volleyball, Soph- omore Honor Club, Public Appearance. Page 104 ELAINE CZEKALSKA C.A.A. Lctterg Servicc Lette-rg Bowling Teamg Psychology Clubg Polish Clubg Library Clubg Checker Clubg Consumers, Clubg White Collar Cirlsg Ilall Cuardg Locker Cuardg Student Lcaderg Assistant, Attend- ance Ollicc and Registration Otliceg Library Assistantg Teacher's Aidg Fashion Show: Public Appcaranceg Intramural Volleyball. DIANE DAMATO Treasurer, Division Roomg Student Council Rcprcsentativcg C.A.A.g Locker Cuardg Freshman Advisorg Public Appcaranceg Latin Clubg V icc-President, Crossword Puzzle Clubg Intramural Volleyballg Finance Committccg Student Lcadcrg llall Cuardg Choir. CLAUDIA DEGNER Freshman, Sophomore, and junior Ilonor Clubsg Treasurer, National Ilonor Socictyg Service Lcttcr and Chevronsg President, Library Clubg Treasurer, Latin Clubg Psychology Clubg XVhitc Collar Girlsg College Club: Assistant, Main Otliccg Assistant, Attendance Ofiiceg Library Assistantg Co-Chairman, Fashion Showg FOREMANUAL Representa- tivcg 'l'cachcr's Aid. GEIJRGE IJELVIGNA Baseball Clubg Co-Captain, Basketball Tcamg Lettermen's Clubg Chcckcr Club: Baseball and Basketball Clubs: TV Acting Clubg Intramural Baskctballg llornct Hop Committccg Public Appearancesg Social Ccntcr Committccg President, English Classg President and Vicc-Prcsidcnt, Division Room. PATRICIA DEVI LLEZ Senior Prom Committccg Stargazcrs' Clubg Secretary, Crossword Puz- zle Club: Booster Club: Psychology Club: Vice-President and Treas- urcr, Division Roomg Secretary, English Classg Ilall Cuardg Band and Orchcstrag Intramural Volleyball: C.A.A.g Social Center Committee. JUDITH DICOLA Graduation Committee: Chccrlcadcrg Sophomore Ilonor Clubg Service Lettcrg Co-Chairman, Bowling Lcagucg Chairman, Fashion Showg 'l'cachcr's Aiclg Locker Cuardg Intramural Vollcyballg Public Appear- anccq Boostcr Clubg Checker Club: Crossword Puzzle Clubg Reading Clubg Spanish Clubg lfirst Place Bowling Tcamg Secretary, Division Room. Page 105 CAROLINF DOBRENICK Bowling 'Icun Intrunurll Nollublll CAA llill flllfil Rudi 5, Clubg Germ ln Club Young., Tr rule rs Club lsping, Qui 1 ns C hm ala r Clubg Psychology Club ROBERT DOCHTERMANN Co-Chairmln Social Center Committee I,I'LSllllIII IJIXISIOII Room Freshman Advisor Iorunln lrint Shop Outside Nlessuiger Swim ming Telm Illtfllllllfll Blslatbill Chrnnstry Llborntorv Assist mt Hall Guard PILSICII nt Chulur Club A RONALD DONATEI LI FOREMANUAL St III Studi nt Council Rt pre sr nt itn 4 Pri sich nt Treasurer English Cl iss N lu Prcsidlnt Booster Club Pubht Ap pearancc, Sociil Center Committu Cl1L1fllIlIlf Chess Club Song and Sonnet Club POREMAINUAL Rcprest nt itiu Assist int Chem istry Laboratory PATRICIA EARNSHAW Co-Editor POREMAN NEYVS Cfldllltlllll Committu Bowling Teamg CAA Library Assistlnt Assistlnt Attcndmu Ofhu A sistant, Chemistry Laborltorv Seeretlry Crossword Puzzle Club Service Letter Intramural Volleyball Secretlry Lnghsh Cllss Col lege Club Typing Queens Photogrlphs Club DAVID EISENSTADT Drum and Bugle Corps Color Gu 1rd ROTC Olhur Seibbard and Blade Club 'lreasurer Bind Orehcstri Sterctirv Nlath Review Clubg Prolcetor Club Clmfri Club Ushers Club II ill flllfil Serv ice Letter Secretary Division Room SANDRA EUSTICE Student Leader Libriry Assistant Tciehers Aid I ishion Show Secretary English Cliss Bowling Team Social Churmm Typing Queensg Treasurer lsyehology Club Treasurer Chceker Club Spanish Club Crossword Iunlc Club Librirv Club Intrlmural Volleyball GAA Rcpresentitnc Seeretiry Division Room BEVERLY FERRIS Freshman Honor Club, Vice-President, Division Room, Secretary, Spanish Club, Treasurer, First Aid Club, Secretary, Checker Club, Psychology Club, Booster Club, Crossword Puzzle Club, Teacher's Aid, Assistant, Main Ofiiee, Assistant, Chemistry Laboratory, Intra- mural Volleyball, First Place Bowling Team, G.A.A. BARBARA FISCHER News Editor, FOREMAN NEWS, FOHEMANUAL Representative and Staff, National Honor Society, F rcslunan, Sophomore and junior Honor Clubs, Choir and G.A.A. Letters, Board of Control, First Place Bowling Team, Intramural Volleyball, Public Appearance, German Club, Assistant, Attendance Office. ROBERTA FISCHER FOREMAN NEWS Staff, National Honor Society, G.A.A. Board of Control, Choir, Service and G.A.A. Letters, Freslunan, Sophomore, and Junior Honor Clubs, Vice-President, Secretary, Student Council, First Place Bowling Team and Trophy, Intramural Volleyball, German Club, President, Division Room. CORINNE GEFFE Secretary, Treasurer, Division Room, Bowling Team, G.A.A. Repre- sentative, Public Appearance, Service Letter, Student Leader, Fashion Show, Secretary, English Class, Library Assistant, Assistant, Place- ment Ofiiceg Psychology Club, German Club, Crossword Puzzle Club, Checker Club, Booster Club. BARBARA GEISHEIMER Bowling Team, Service Letter, Intramural Volleyball, Assistant, Book- room, Assistant, Main Ofiice, Assistant, Placement Office, Young Travelers' Club, Checker Club, German Club, Psychology Club, Typ- ing Queens, Secretary, Chemistry Class, Messenger, G.A.A. JOYCE GESHKEWICH Hall Guard, Bowling Team, Teaeher's Aid, Locker Guard, Secretary, Chemistry Class, Intramural Volleyball, Typing Queens, Treasurer, Consumers' Club, VVhite Collar Girls, Riding Club, Polish Club, Crossword Puzzle Club, Young Geographers, G.A.A. ANDREW GIGLIO Class Day Connnittee, Ilall Guard, Intraumral Basketball, Chess Club, Math Review Club, Basketball Club, Checker Club, Ben Franklin Club. GLENN GLAVE Color Guard, Fauey Drill T cam, Football Manager, Basketball Pub- licity Manager, Color Guard, Fancy Drill Team, Service and Football Manager Letters, Assistant, Bookroom, Hall Guard, Competitive Pla- toon, Seabbard and Blade Club, Ushers' Club, Checker Club, Neat- ness, American Legion, V.F.VV. and N.C.O. Medals, AI.VIN GOLENIU Treasurer, Baseball Club, Intramural Basketball, Baseball Team, Basketball Club, Chess Club, Checker Club, Polish Club, Secretary, Song and Sonnet Club, Booster Club, Hall Guard, Treasurer, Divi- sion Room. BAR BARA GOLZ Sophomore and junior Ilonor Clubs, Assistant, Main Office, Advanced Band, Orchestra, Serviee Letter, Reading Club, Knitting Club, Cross- word Puzzle Club, Checker Club, G.A.A. Bar Pin, Psychology Club, Intraumral Volleyball, Public Appearance, Messenger. PHILIP GRUBBA Football Team: Lettermen's Club, Varsity Pigskin Club, Baseball Club, Basketball Club, Polish Club, P.A. System, Foreman, XVoodshop. WILLIANI I-IAHN Manager. Football Team, Lettermen's Club: Choir, FOREMAN NEIVS Stall: Projector Club, German Club, College Club, Treasurer, Bio-Fax Club, President, Division Room, Ilall Guard, Chemistry Laboratory Assistant, Public Appearance: Locker Guard, Messenger, Biology Laboratory Assistant. Page 106 ARTHUR HANSEN Chess Club: Crossword Puzzle Club: Ben Franklin Club: Public Appearances. RUTH HANSON junior llonor Club: Band: Latin Club: Talent Club: C.A.A.: Checker Club: Psychology Club: Messenger: Public Appearance: Service Letter and Chevrons: Chemistry Laboratory Assistant: President, Division Room: Intramural Volleyball: Typing Queens. EDMUND HARASIMOWICZ Football Team: Basketball Team: Varsity Pigskin Club: Crossword Puzzle Club: College Club: Vice-President, Lettermen's Club: Presi- dent, Polish Club: Ilornet llop Committee: President, Secretary. Division Room: Locker Cuard: Fire Marshal: Intramural Basketball and Volleyball. RAYMOND HARRISON Vice-President, National llonor Society: Sophomore and Junior Honor Clubs: Latin Club: Treasurer, Chess Club: Vice-President, College Club: Math Review Club: Assistant, Supply Room: Student Council Representative: Vice-President, Division Room: Public Appearance: Intramural Basketball: Chemistry Laboratory Assistant. GERALDINE HAUBL Freshman, Sophomore, junior and National Ilonor Societies: Secre- tary, 4B Ilonor Club: C.A.A. Board of Control: G.A.A. Representa- tive: Bowling Team: Lettergirl: Public Appearances: Library Assist- ant: Secretary and President, Latin Club: Teacher's Aid: Assistant, Attendance Office: Locker Guard: Intranmral Volleyball: Fashion Show. JOYCE HEINRICH Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and National llonor Societies: Secre- tary, junior Honor Club: Secretary, Talent Club: Assistant, Attendance Oiliee: German Club: Service Letter and Chevrons: Public Appear- ance: Band: College Club: Library Assistant: Song and Sonnet Club: Intranmral Volleyball: First Aid Club: Messenger: Teacher's Aid. vig LOIS HERMAN Treasurer, President, C.A.A.: Vice-President, Senior Class: Associate Editor, FOREMANUAL: Associate Editor, FOREMAN NEWS: junior Red Cross Delegate: Lettergirl: Freshman, Sophomore, junior and National Honor Societies: Social Chairman: Freshman Advisor: Social Center Committee: Service Letter and Chevrons: Fashion Show: Freshman Panel: Freedom Foundation Award: Chairman, Crime Prevention Assembly. THOMAS HIGGINS Senior Prom Committee: President, English Class: Vice-President, Division Room: Treasurer, Public Speaking Class: Secretary. Disc jockey Club: Chemistry Laboratory Assistant: Assistant, Chicago Motor Club Tests: First Aid Club: Social Center Committee: Booster Club: Intramural Basketball. CAROLE HOBBS President, Library Club: Ceography Club: Young Travelers' Club: G.A.A. Representative: Library Assistant: Library Club. RITA HOOPMANN Freshman, Sophomore, junior and National llonor Societies: Bowling Team: Lettergirl: C,A.A. Representative: V ice-President, Checker Club: German Club: Typing Queens: College Club: Messenger: Public Appearance: Chemistry Laboratory Assistant: Secretary, Division Room: Secretary, En 'lish Class: Service Letter and Chevrons: Locker Cuard: Student Leader: Intranmral Volleyball: Teacber's Aid. ROBERT HUBER Football Team: Ilall Cuard: Intranmral Basketball. DONALD HUVAERE Football Team: Lettermen's Club: P.A. System Club: Camera Club: Basketball Club: llornct llop Committee: llall Guard: Chemistry Laboratory Assistant: Intramural Basketball. Page 107 RALPH JANETZKE Polish Club, Ben Franklin Club. DOLORES JANOSKI Finance Committee, G.A.A.g Treasurer, Typing Queens, Psychology Club, lfnitting Club, Pre-Legal Club, Hall Guard, Library Club, Teachers Aid, Treasurer, Division Room, Secretary, English Class. GERALDINE JASINEK Typing Queens, Teacher's Aid, Assistant, Placenu-nt Office, Assistant, Registrar's Office, Pre-Legal Club, I-lall Guard, G.A.A., Fancy NVork Club, Polish Club, Knitting Club. STANLEY JONES Chess Club, Spanish Club, Booster Club. GREGORY JUNGH EIM President, Harmonicans' Club, Music Appreciation Club, Talent Club, Song and Sonnet Club, Advanced Band, Hall Guard, Public Ap- pcarance. LORRAINE KACZMAREK Senior Prom Committee, Freshman, Sophomore and junior Honor Clubs, President, Sophomore Honor Club, Secretary, Treasurer, Fashion Drawing Club, Secretary, Library Club, G.A.A. Board of Control, Library Assistant, Teacher's Aid, Assistant, Attendance Office, Public Appearance, Student Leader, Service Letter, Bowling Team, Lettergirl, Intramural Volleyball, Locker Guard. ii PATRICIA KACZMAREK Co-Editor and Feature News NVriter, FOREMAN NEWS, President, Psychology Club, Safety Conference, Secretary, Division Room, White Collar Girls, journalists' Club, Vice-President, English Class, Secretary, Public Speaking Class, G.A.A. Bowling Team, Choir. THOMAS KANE Baseball Team, Lettermcn's Club, Chess Club, Intramural Basketball, Vice-President, Division Room, Basketball Club. MARIE KASI-IUL National Honor Society, Service Letter and Chevrons, President, Handicraft Club, Secretary, College Club, Assistant, Main Office, Assistant, Bookroom, G.A.A. Representative, Hall Guard, Teacherls Aid, Fashion Show, Psychology Club, Checker Club, Spanish Club, Intramural Volleyball. JOHN KILLENBERG Football Team, Baseball Team, Swimming Team, Lettem1en's Club, Baseball Club, Hornet Hop Committee, Basketball Club, Checker Club, Public Appearances, Intramural Basketball, Vice-President, English Class, Locker Guard, Intramural Volleyball. CAROLE KIOEBGE Junior Honor Club, Service Letter and Chevron, Bowling Team, Rid- ing Clubg Public Appearance, Choir, G.A.A. Representative, Secre- tary, Treasurer, Division Room, President, Treasurer, Talent Club, FOHEMAN NENVS Representative, Assistant, Attendance Office, Locker Guard, Teachcr's Aid, Messenger, Intramural Volleyball. ARLENE KLINGER Bowling Team, Messenger, G.A.A.g Reading Club, Sketch Club, Tifqing Queens, German Club, Psychology Club, Young Travelers' C u 3. Page 108 ELEANOR KONIECZNY Fashion Drawing Club, Checker Club, Typing Queens, Crossword Puzzle Club, Psychology Club, G.A.A., Hall Guard, Assistant, Main Oilice, Assistant, Supply Room, Intranmral Volleyball, Teaeher's Aid. ALICE KOSIBA President, Polish Club, Checker Club, Young Travelers' Club, Psy- chology Club, Ceramics Club, Teacher's Aid, Crossword Puzzle Club, G.A.A., Hall Guard, Intramural Volleyball. IRIS KRUEGER Secretary, Young T ravelers' Club, Stargazers' Club: G.A,A., Psychol- ogy Club, Checker Club, Typing Queens, Assistant, Placement Office, Teacher's Aid, Assistant, Registrar's Otlice, Service Letter, Intra- mural Vollcyball, Locker Guard. MARILYN KUBE Secretary, Division Room: Treasurer, Checker Club, G.A.A. Repre- sentative, Crossword Puzzle Club, Vice-President. Psychology Club, Social Center Committee, Intramural Volleyball, Teacher's Aid, llall Guard, Locker Guard. RICHARD KUNA Class Day Committee, Baseball Team, LCttt'IllIL'Il,S Club, Basketball Team: Swimming Team, Choir: Public Appearance: Baseball Club, Basketball Club, Vice-President, TV Acting Club, Song and Sonnet Club, Checker Club, Booster Club: Intramural Basketball, President, Vice-President, Treasurer, English Class, Hall Guard: Chemistry Lab- oratory Assistant. ROBERT KUNZE President, Student Council, Social Center Committee, College Club: Young Travelers' Club: President, Reading Club, Checker Club, Hall Cuard, Crossword Puzzle Club, Foreman, XVoodshop, Consumers' Club. PH I LLIP LASALA President, Booster Club, Checker Club: First Aid Club: Fancy Drill Team, Rifle Team, Chemistry Laboratory Assistant: llall Guard, Cheer Leader, Foreman, Print Shop. ROBERT LASCH Football Team, Band, College Club, Stargazers' Club. ARTHUR LEBOEUF President, Secretary and Treasurer, Public Address Club, Checker Club, Hall Guard, Service Letter, PA. System Operator for Social Center. ELSIE MAE LUCAS Graduation Committee, Freslunan, Sophomore, junior and National llonor Societies, Bowling Team: Lettergirl: Choir, C.A.A. Board of Control, Editor, FOREMAN NEVVS, Queen, Iloruet llop, D.A.R. Award: Pin from Latin Tournament, Assistant, Personnel and Attend- ance Offices, Projector Club, Latin Club, Service Letter and Chevrons, Chairman, Swimming Meet, Public Appearance. DONALD LUKASZEWSKI Co-Captain, Basketball Team: President, Lettermeu's Club, President, Checker Club: President, Freshman Baseball Club, Sports Editor, FOREMAN NEXVS, President, Secretary and Treasurer, Division Room, Hall Guard: President, English Class. MARGERY LUNDGOOT Freshman, junior and Senior Honor Clubs: President, Sophomore Honor Club, Secretary, Student Council, FOREMAN NEWS Staff, Social Center Committee, President, German Club, Treasurer, Pro- jeetor Club, Library Assistant, Service and Student Council Letter, Intramural Volleyball, Public Appearance: Bowling Team: Lettergirl, G.A.A. Board of Control, Student Council Representative. Page 109 lnsluuui Sophoiuorr uid Iunior llonor Clubs GAA Vice-Presi dtnt Surttrry Spunsh Club l rutywork Club Te ichers Aid. B md Druiu md Bug.,lm Corps Prmsldtnt NllLlllI'l1L Projector Club: CIIIILFI Club Serum ind Proyustor Letters Student Council Repre SlIltltlNl librlrv Assist int Hill Culrd Clunustrv Lxborfltory As sistlnt Competitor Pl ltoon United Sp lIllSll Wlr Veterlns Medal. Consuiutrs Club Student Le ider TtlCllCl'S Aid CA A Intramural l nsluu U1 uid Sophomort Honor Clubs G A A Te llllll' s Aid Read- ing, Club Clutlur Club Crossword Pll7llL Club Song., Ind Sonnet L lub I sythology Club lflrst Aid Club Co Cb urlnln 1' lsluon Showg C A A Xouug., lrlu lm rs Club lsuholog Club I1 ulur s Aldg Hall llllllltl Conunittu Assotiitt hditor 1nd Pr UTC Editor FORE- NIAN Nl XX S C A A lttprt smut ltiu Assist uit Ptrsonncl Ofliccg Libr ITN Assrstrnt Public Appelrmte Serxice Letttr Secretary. lrt rsurtr Dnision Room lrcsidmnt Sccrrtirx FIlg,l1Sl'l Cl rss Presi- dmnt Chultu Club Bowlln Tc un Intrunurll Volltyblll Crossword lilllllt Club Psuliologx Clu 5 Boosttr Club Surttlrx First Aid Club. Page 1 10 SHARON LUTZ Bowling Teanlg Vice-President, Young Artists' Clubg Music Apprecia- tion Clubg Song and Sonnet Clubg Hall Cuardg C.A.A.g Intramural Vollcyballg Tcachcris Aid. LAWRENCE MAGGIORE Checker Clubg Public Address System. MARCIA MAJ EWSKI FOREMANUAL Staffg C-.A.A.g Checker Clubg FOREMANUAL Rep- resentativeg Heading Clubg Treasurer, Typing Queensg Psychology Clubg Library Clubg FOREMANUAL Clubg Library Assistantg Service Lcttcrg Hall Guardg Intramural Volleyball. KENNETH MALONEY Chess Clubg Harnionicans. ROSEMARY MANAGO Class Day Coininitteeg Secretary, 4A Classg President, National Honor Societyg Treasurer, junior Honor Clubg Freslunan and Sophomore Honor Clubsg Vice-President, Student Councilg Secretary, Psychology Clubg President, College Clubg Vice-President, Typing Queensg Prcsi- dent, Latin Club: Freshman Sponsorg Social Center Conunittccg Public Appcaranccg Service Lcttcrg Student Council Lettcr. SHARLENE MARIN FOREMAN NEVVS Staftg C.A.A.g Chemistry Laboratory Assistant: Intramural Volleyballg White Collar Cirlsg Hall Cuardg Locker Cuardg Riding Clubg Knitting Clubg Crossword Puzzle Clubg Checkcr Clubg Geography Clubg Consumers' Club: Secretary, English Class. "v- SOPHIE MROZ College Cluhg Polish Club, Typing Queens, Knitting Club, Pre-Legal Club, Faneywork Club, Hall Cuar 5 Locker Guard, Teacher's Aid, G.A.A., Intramural Volleyball, Service Letter. ROBERT NIURPHY Senior Honor Club, Public Appearance, Fancy Drill Team, Color Guard and Service Letters, Competitive Platoon, Scabbard and Blade Club, Ushers' Club, Projector Club, Outside Messenger, Operator, Auditorium Projector. YOLANDA NARDI Secretary, Talent Club, Hall Guard, G.A.A., Choir, Student Leader, Intramural Volleyball, Public Appearance. JUDITH NICOLINE G.A.A., Bowling Team, Library Assistant, Secretary, Division Room, President, English Class, Secretary, Booster Club, Crossword Puzzle Club, Checker Club, Typin Queens, White Collar Girls, Fashion Show, Hall Guard, Cheerleadlr, Letter and Pin, Teacher's Aid, Intra- mural Volleyball, Public Appearance. MARY NORTON Editor-in-Chief, FOREMANUAL, School Representative to Voca- tional Conference, National Honor Society, Freshman Panel, Fresh- man, Sophomore and junior Honor Clubs, Service Letter and Chev- rons, Fresluuan Advisor, G.A.A. Letter, FOREMANUAL, FORE- MAN NEXV S Representatives, Vice-President, FOREMANUAL Club, Psvehology Club, Public Appearances, German Scholarship Contest, Library Assistant, Bowling Team. RUSSELL NOTAR President, 4B and 4A Classes, Associate Editor, FOREMANUALg Basketball Team, Executive Club Luncheon, Public Appearances, National Honor Society: Freshman Advisor, Lettermen's Club, Fresh- man Panel, Senior Prom Committee, Checker Club, First Aid Club, Intramural Basketball and Volleyball. JOANN OCHSENHIRT President, Social Center Committee, Secretary, Social Chairman and Vice-President, Division Room, President, Knitting Club, President, White Collar Girls, Assistant, Attendance Office, Associate Editor, FOREMAN NEWS, Swimming Team, Assistant, Matron's Office, Consumers, Club, Fashion Show, Crossword Puzzle Club, Lettergirl, Intramural Volleyball, G.A.A. RONALD OSTROWSKI Baseball and Basketball Teams, Basketball Club, V ice-President, Chess Club, Vice-President, Polish Club, Booster Club, Checker Club, Secretary, Song and Sonnet Club, Fire Marshal, Ben Franklin Club, Chemistry Laboratory Assistant, President, English Class. HENRY OZUT Vice-President, Ben Franklin Club, President, Chess Club, Secreta Consumers' Club, Treasurer, Polish Club, Swimming Team, Hdll Guard, Intramural Basketball, Chemistry Laboratory Assistant. Freshman and So homore Honor Clubs, R.O.T.C. Drum and Bugle Corps, Public A dress System Club, Checker Club, Chess Club, Science Club, Song and Sonnet Club, Intramural Basketball, Hall Guard. GERALD PAGE CARMELLA PALERMO President, Secretary, English Class, Treasurer, Division Room, Hall Guard, G.A.A. Representative, G.A.A. Bar Pin, Bowling Team: Presi- dent, Psychology Club, Young Artists' Club, Typing Queens, Checker Club, Fashion Drawing Club, Public Appearances. JOHN PANELLA President and Vice-President, Division Room, Treasurer, Secretary and Vice-President, Crossword Puzzle Club, Ben Franklin Club, Base- ball Club, Basketball Club, Checker Club, Chemistry Laboratory As- sistant, Intramural Basketball. Page 111 EUGENE PAPROCKI Choir, Polish Club, Checker Club, Talent Club, Public Appearance, Chemistry Laboratory Assistant, Hall Guard. EDWIN PLOCHARSKI President, Polish Club, Checker Club, Chess Club, Math Review Club, Swimming Team, Hall Guard, Intramural Basketball, Chemis- try Laboratory Assistant. BEVERLY PREBE Senior Prom Committee, Lettergirl, Vice-President, C.A.A., Bowling Team, G.A.A. Board of Control, Locker Guard, C.A.A. Representa- tive, Student Leader, Public Appearance, Vice-President, Checker Club, Fashion Show, Hall Guard, Service Letter and Chevron, Teacheris Aid, Senior Advisor, President and Vice-President, Division Room, Intramural Volleyball, Social Center Committee, Viee-Presi- dent, Biology Class. SHIRLEY PRUCHNICK President, Ioumalists, Club, Vice-President, Psychology Club, XVhite Collar Girls, Typing Queens, Checker Club, Fashion Drawing Club, Library Club, Feature Editor, FOREMAN NEVVS, Library Assistant, 'l'cacher's Aid, FOREMAN NENVS Representative, C.A.A., Bowling Team, Intramural Volleyball, Hostess, Careers Day, Fashion Show, Public Appearance. LAWRENCE RAEBE Vice-President, Band, Chess Club, Orchestra, Instruuientalists' Club, Intramural Basketball, Chemistry Laboratory Assistant. LOUIS REGILIO Basketball Team, Lette-rmen's Club, Baseball and Basketball Clubs, Intramural Basketball, President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treas- urer, Division Room, President, English Class. JOAN RENKOSIEWICZ Sophomore, junior and National Honor Societies, C.A.A., Service Letter and Chevrons, Band and Orchestra, Assistant, Attendance Office, Assistant, Main Oilice, Library Assistant, Teacheris Aid, Chemistry Laboratory Assistant, Public Appearance, Psychology Club, Talent Club, Treasurer, Library Club, College Club, Music Apprecia- tion Club. GERALDINE RICHVEIS Senior Honor Society, Service and Choir Letters, C.A.A. Representa- tive, Treasurer, Division Room, Lettergirl, Chemistry Laboratory Assistant, Public Appearance, First Aid Club, Typing Queens, Check- er Club, Reading Club, Stargazers' Club, Psychology Club, Intra- mural Volleyball. ROBERT ROONEY FOREMAN NEWS Staff, Choir, Swimming Team, President, Checker Club, Treasurer, Television Actin Club, President, Consumers' Club, Geography Club, Intramural Bajcetball, Hall Guard, Fire Marshal, Chemistry Laboratory Assistant. KATHRYN RYAN Senior Honor Club, Service Letter, Fire Marshal, Bowlin Team, Fashion Show, G.A.A. Representative, Intramural Volleyballi Assist- ant, Main Office, Teacher's Aid, Public Appearance, Secretary, English Class, Vice-President, Division Room, Riding Club, Drama Club, Television Acting Club, Song and Sonnet Club, Booster Club. EVELYN SABAT Intramural Volleyball, Checker Club, Polish Club, Stargazers' Club, Typing Queens, Reading Club, Psychology Club, G.A.A., Hall Guard. CAROL SACHTLEBEN Finance Committee, Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and National Honor Societies, School Representative in Oratorical Contest, School Repre- sentative in Math Tournament, Freslunan Advisor, Public Appear- anees, Fire Marshal, Bowling Team, Cerrnan Club, Television Acting Club, Song and Sonnet Club, Booster Club, Vice-President, Math Review Club, Assistant, Placement, Registrar and Main Oflicesg Intra- mural Volleyball. Page 112 BARBARA SCHAEFER President, Library Club, Secretary, English Class, Librarff Assistantg Advertising Manager, FOREMAN NEWS Stalfg Intramura Volleyball, Chemistry Laboratory Assistant, College Clubg Song and Sonnet Clubg Checker Clubg Bowling Teamg FOREMAN Representative in Amer- iean Legion Contestg Teaeher's Aid. DIANE SCHILLER junior and National Honor Societiesg G.A.A. Bar Pin and Letter, Service Letter and Chevrong Business Manager, FOREMAN NEWS, Attendance Secretary, Geometry Class and Division Roomg Secretary, Chemistry Classg Student Leaderg G.A.A. Represcntativeg Intramural Volleyballg Teaeher's Aidg German Club, Psychology Club. JOAN SCHOLWIN Checker Clubg Gennan Clubg G.A.A.g Talent Clubg President, History Class: Song and Sonnet Clubg College Clubg Advanced Bandg Intra- mural V olleyball. LOIS SCHOTT Secretary, 4B Classg President, G.A.A.g Assistant Editor, FOREMAN- UAL, Secretary, National Honor Society, President and Secretary, Division lloomg Freshman, Sophomore, junior and National Honor Societies, Bowling Team, Lettergirlg Knitting Clubg Checker Clubg G.A.A. Board of Control: Assistant, Attendance and Main Oflicesg Locker Guardg Freshman Advisorg Intramural Volleyball. LORETTA SCHRAM News Editor and News XVriter, FOREMAN NEWVSQ Vice-President, Typing Queens: Attendance Secretary, English Classg G.A.A.g Bowl- ing Tearng Choir, NVhite Collar Girlsg Crossword Puzzle Clubg journalists. BERNADETTE SEDALL Spanish Clubg Knitting Clubg Crossword Puzzle Clubg Checker Clubg Fashion Drawing Club: Psychology Clubg G.A.A. Representativeg Social Center Planning Committeeg Teacher's Aidg Library Assistant, Hall Guardg Locker Guardg Intramural Volleyball. sistant. Page 113 BARBARA SHYER Student Council Representative Library Assistant Assistant Mann Ollieeg GAA Bowling Team Tllent Club Library Club Geography Clubg Intramural Volleyball Hall Guard ROMAN SIERZEGA President Polish Club Public Address Club Checker Club Cross word Puzzle Club B md Hall Gu 1rd Chemistry Laboratory Assistant Intrzunural Volleyball ROBERT SIMKOWSKI Captain, Football Team President Ben Franklin Club Secretary Public Address Club Lettermens Club Viee President Varsity Pig skin Club Representative Exeeutive Club Luncheon Swimming Teamg Homet Hop Committee lntrlmurll Basketblll Public Ap pearances Chemistry Laboratory Assistant EDWARD SITKIEWICZ Polish Club Harmomcans Talent Club Chemistry Laboratory As BEATRICE SKARBEK Assistant, Placement Oflice Loeker Guard Sketch Club Library Clubg Typing Queens Crossword Puzzle Club Talent Club Teachers Aid, G.AA Intramural Volleyball Secretary English Class Enter tainmcnt Committee Division Room ORVILLE SORENSEN Football Team V100 President Math Review Club Varsity Pigskin Clubg Stargazers Club Lettermens Club Student Council Repre sentative, FOREMAN NEWS Representative Hall Guard Intramural Basketball Biology Laboratory Assistant SHIRLEY SORENSEN Secretary, Library Club, Intramural Volleyball, Chemistry Labora- tory Assistant, Checker Club, G.A.A., Bowling Team, Typing Queens, President, Geography Club, Attendance Secretary, Division Room. DONALD SOUTAR Checker Club, Intramural Basketball, Baseball Manager, Public Ap- pearances, Chemistry Laboratory Assistant, Choir Letter, Student Council Representative, Service Letter. CAROLE SPRENGEL Library Club, Advanced Knitting Club, Crossword Puzzle Club, Fashion Drawing Club, Typing Queens, German Club, G.A.A., Li- brary Assistant, Tcacheris Aid, Intramural Volleyball. KATHERINE SWEENEY Finance Committee, Sophomore and National Honor Societies, Chair- man, Bowling League, Service Letter, Library Assistant, First Place Bowling Team, Library Club, Checker Club, Hall Guard, Spanish Club, Crossword Puzzle Club, Psychology Club, Locker Guard, Teacheris Aid, G.A.A., Treasurer, Secretary, Division Room, Intra- mural Volleyball. LEONA TELEP Freslunan, Sophomore, junior and National Honor Societies, Bowling Team, Lettergirl, G.A.A. Board of Control, Service Letter and Chev- rons, Intramural Volleyball, Library Assistant, Freshman Advisor, Assistant, Attendance, Main and Matron's Otlices, Public Appearances, Locker Guard, Spanish Club, Checker Club, Crossword Puzzle Club. DONALD UNRATH Scabbard and Blade Club, Checker Club, Hall Guard, Chemistry Laboratory Assistant. RICHARD URBAN Football Team, Baseball Team, LCItCl'1llCII,S Club, Disc Jockey Club, Basketball Club, Song and Sonnet Club, Public Speaking Club, Chem- istry and Biology Laboratory Assistant. FRANK VANSANTEN Fancy Drill Team, Rifle Team and Color Guard Letters, Competitive Platoon, Service Letter and Chcvrons, Ben Franklin Club, Checker Club, Amateur Chemists' Club, Ushers' Club, Seabbard and Blade Club, Outside Messenger, Hall Guard, Public Appearances, Operator, Auditorium Projector. GEORGIA VASELOPULOS Vice-President, Geography Class, Booster Club, G.A.A., Hall Guard. NANCY VIERLING Freshman, Sophomore and junior Honor Clubs, FOREMAN NEWS Staff, Secretary, Student Council, Student Council Representative, Vice-President, Handicraft Club, G.A.A., Psychology Club, German Club, College Club, Checker Club, Service Letter, Intramural Volley- ball, National Honor Society. DONNA WAFER Intramural Volleyball, G.A.A. Representative, Choir, Library Club, First Aid Club, Librar Assistant, White Collar Girls, President, Fancywork Club, Presidlent, Division Room, Teacher's Aid, Social Center Representative, Locker Guard, Public Appearance. JANET WALKER Choir Letter, Service Letter, Messenger, Public Appearances, Assist- ant, Motor Club Test, Hall Guard, Treasurer, Talent Club, Vice- President, Fancywork Club, Secretary, College Club, Checker Club, German Club, Psychology Club, G.A.A., Intramural Volleyball, Chem- istry Laboratory Assistant. Page 114 DONALD WESTPHAL FOREMANUAL Staff: Public Appearance: Freshman Advisor: Homet llop Committee: Social Center Planning Conuuittee: Basketball Team: Secretary, Lettenuen's Club: President, Basketball-Baseball Club: President, Vice-President, Secretary, Division Room: President, Eng- lish Class: Foreman, Print Shop. MARLENE WIEBORT Library Club: Spanish Club: Knitting Club: Checker Club: Reading Club: Geography Club: Consumers' Club: G.A.A.: Hall Guard: Li- brary Assistant: Typing Queens. LOIS WIELGUS G.A.A.: Consumers' Club: Choir: Bowling Team: Song and Sonnet Club. CAROL WOLLSCHLAEGER Advertising Manager, FOIKEMAN NEWS: G.A.A.: NVhite Collar Girls: Fashion Drawing Club: Typing Queens: Secretary, Geography Club: Checker Club. DELMAR WOODHOUSE Swinuuing Team: Camera Club: Hall Guard. THEODORE WOODS Consumers' Club: Treasurer, Song and Sonnet Club: Vice-President, Crossword Puzzle Club: Booster Club: Assistant Foreman, Print Shop: Intramural Basketball: llall Guard: Swiuuuing Team. SUSAN YOUNG Freshman Honor Club: Service Letter: Fashion Show: College Club: Drama Club: Booster Club: Song and Sonnet Club: Ilall Guard: Assistant, Library, Bookroom, and Main Offices: Secretary, Division Room. ELAINE YOUNGBERG G.A.A.: Hall Guard: Teachcr's Aid: Typing Queens: First Aid Club: Consumers, Club: Checker Club: Intramural Volleyball. JOAN YURKOWSKY Captain, Cheerleaders: Class Day Committee: Treasurer, Booster Club: Public Appearances: Teacher's Aid: Bowling Team: Intramural Volleyball: Secretarial Club: Assistant, Bookroom: Typing Queens: Checker Club: Library Club: Cheerleader Letter and Pin: G.A.A. GERALDINE ZAWATZKI Treasurer, Student Council: Freslunan, Sophomore, junior, and Na- tional Honor Soeieties: G.A.A. Board of Control: Bowling Team: Intramural Volleyball: Secretary, Division Room: Treasurer, Latin Club: Music Appreciation Club: llall Guard: Public Appearances: Service Letter and Chevrons: Assistant, Adjustment Office. Page 115 TIMELY TUNES A ND TGPICS ,nr fx 1511 ' mr' Pagv 116 lT'S FITN AT l"ORl'N 1. 11XN . . . l7owv1mx'1' inn at 1'10I'ltI1lIlIl.p YM. Wm' tio ' .C.oIortn1 i11llIC'K'S,SllC1l us tht- CI.qX.pX.'s St. 1J1l1l'iK'1xiS Daw 1,1'1lIll'K'. zlrr- proof tlltllluil 41 in ' A , iooi iionrs is in vnlox 1im1 ' " ' Cfonp10S 5 1 Qncl Nlury Ko- lwr. Eclwzlrml Din-ix and Iivttf' Olson. and Lois 11t'l'IllillI and ay ilalrrison stop iivvly to the rliytinn ot' Fora-in'nu' . SUXY1llIlllSiC'- 1im1u'i's. A 1'-Xlglx 1' A . 2 'UR REFRESH- NIENTS . . . lt's tinu- ont for i'c-irc-sliim-nits :is sonic- of l1illlt't'l'S pzlrtaiiw ot' tool drinks. 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N i 1 in -KMXTYL AST X l' , 4Psx 27? , MM, A Ml IT HAPPENED. fi My 36 THE FIRST SEMESTER X September 9 .... First Day of the Fall Semester September 12 Freshman Orientation Assembly September 15 Club Registration 1 3- ' ' September 18 C.A.A. Hedda Hopper Hat Party M September 19 Football Came at Janesville, Wisconsin j I ' September 30 Tea for Freshman Parents ' October 8 Fisher Body Craftsmanis Guild Assembly P October 10 Fire Prevention Assembly October 14 Social Center Assembly - October 17 First Social Center at Foreman , I October 24 Science Field Trip Q56 E ctober 28 Chicago Motor Club Tests fd I ctober 30 C.A.A. Broomstick Bounce X , K November 14 Football Banquet at Foreman QE ovember 18 Open House for Parents -gi November 19 P.T.A. Christmas Sale Q V November 20 C.A.A. Turnabout Party Novemfier 21 Book Week Exhibit and Tea Novemfaer 21 Senior Dance rr November 24 Tea for Club Presidents W Novemlier 26 Student Council Thanksgiving Dance JB! December 10 8A Students, Visit to Foreman J? Q December 17 Christmas Parties for Division Rooms 97-Arai, Decemlder 18 Christmas Assembly ' 5 December 19 B.O.T.C. Christmas Party q1 :dw 5 L . December 19 Varsity-Alumni Basketball Came CXO ecemizier 19 Christmas Vacation Begins ' ' ' i 1111ary 6 First Basketball Game of the Season L N fly of A F january 13 R.O.T.C. Award Assembly I 6 0 U, january 13 Senior Award Assembly -I january 14 C.A.A. Bowling Banquet . 'QQ .Y january 16 C.A.A. Award Assembly g xy! xnxx? january 23 Senior Night X 'Qty 4146! january 27 Final Exai s -tx 0 C K Q . ' january 27 Class Day X N ,, do! MM january 28 Final Exams 5 , january 29 Marking Day 'F g T . M january 29 Graduation f' 1 XX jj V! january 30 New Semester B ins J 5 ,fb gy A K Page118 9 Qs V1 I x ffft, i, .v . A ebruary ruary F ruary arch arch March March March ii xx nh? Lilo if Y March March April April April April ril ri April April April May May M Y Ji May june june june June Tune , une june june QM W if june me june THE SECOND SEMESTER 1 .... First Day of the Spring Semester 6 .... 11 .... P.T.A. Sweetest Day 3 .... Freshman Orientation Assembl Club Registration 5 .... Tea for Freshman Parents , 6 .... P.T.A. Style Show at 11 .... 17 .... 673 ' ' :ft ..AT FOREMAN HIGH 7ii?.,ji'TLfi4w u-ouv JL" 25 .... Home Economics Style Show e Acrotheatre -Qi! G.A.A. St. Patrick,s Day Prance 18 .... Crime Prevention Assembly 26 .... Basketball Luncheon 8 .... 9 .... G.A.A. Freshman Party 10 .... Alumni Reunion S13 .... First League Baseball Game with Kelvyn Park 14 .... Band Competition wax Kandy Karnival - Choir and Girls' Glee Clu I 15 .... Choir at Lloyd Elementary School l 16 .... Election of G.A.A. May Queen aa 20 .... Volleyball Game - Faculty versus Students 21 .... R.O.T.C. Campus Review 'VM' 24 .... Spring Vacation Begins QW, W 15 .... Science Department Field Trip M 22 .... Social Center - Cap and Gown Capers 56,0-wJ 26 .... Spring Music Festival 27 .... R.O.T.C. Federal Inspection JZ 29 .... Memorial Day Assembly 3 .... G.A.A. Bowling Banquet M 5 .... Senior Prom 9, 12 .... Senior Award Assembly I 517 19 .... Distribution of FOREMANUALS ' f L91 19 .... Senior Night fl ' x N 23 .... Final Exams 5 VJ ' F: 23 .... Class Day Luncheon bill 24 .... Final Exams 1 ' , 25 .... Marking Day 1 A- 25 .... Graduation '7,,,bA,mL . 4 26 .... Summer Vacation Begins iyj-I iw. 1M 111217 L A jeff! r Lfc'-ni.f,17fi.fQ6 Page 119 ' . 7 . ,-flu m f I r ,Af . f-- ,f-f . , - We--14 7 " :Ll L ' 'LL Lcfqbtln LM'-Q ffyxtl., I A L7 J ff J 1 f df , N ' f , as f Z 3,9 L .. i 11, WWA V Q j0OVMWQa4a4f4't'WfC' 'Mfr Mvumgq. 0 p WW Aurocs APHSJ l L... 17' f Q QQ ggilfif' Ava QW iii, li M l flflicf -ll i , if X ll . yirff Q X ' . wg if if CWC yy J R! pda, . . H Q icflpsu' -'Ii. r' 'L-,-ffl" QE. C A V 'HUYLJ . 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