George Rogers Clark High School - Powder Horn Yearbook (Whiting, IN)

 - Class of 1940

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Gavit, Business Manager: Dr. lN1cVey, Presidentg Mr. Smith, Treasurer: Mr. Neil, Superintendent of Buildings and Groundsg Mr. Masong Mr. Gillete, Attorney. Board of Education Studies School Problems Without the cooperation and help afforded us by Superintendent L. L. Caldwell and the Board of Education, we would be unable to enlarge our knowl- edge in the manner of our predecessors. On the board are Hve members who have been elected by the people for a term of four years. The group is organized with a president, secretary, and Page Szx h treasurer. Mr. Caldwell acts as the Chief Executive Ofhcer and the Educational Director. The members of the "Powder Horni' staff extend to Mr. Caldwell and the Board of Education their thanks for the interest which has been taken in George Rogers Clark School. We Honor, Respect, and Like Him There is always someone in an organization who especially feels a deep and friendly interest in its welfare. Without the counsel and help of such a person there can be little advancement. In our own school that leader is Mr. R. B. Miller, the principal of George Rogers Clark. The seniors are grateful for the advice and encouragement he has given them during the last four years. To the Seniors Graduation is bare, aml you uri' sturfilzg out fo nzeff neu' fric'na's and new successes. There will also lu' flixajzpoinlmenfx, aml some L"l'l'y biffer lllfhljllflfllllfIlZUlIfS. Your ability to furry on will rlc'jn'ml on lmw wall you lmrz' fornzwl u xfmrlg f'lmrru'lc'r, built on mzrrage, lmzlestpy, llIllllXfl'j' aml liiglr irlwzlx. May all flu' 'wars ulmnl llring L1 zwrlrl of lmppillvxs fo you. R. B, lYllLLFR Pugc Srrmz MR. RALPH H. COX Pt'I'.l0II!lL'l ircrlur S Mi C6 H4 K uiet, Courteous ,Competent Miss Pakan and Mrs. Brown, our two oihce girls, have consistantly given their line services to George Rogers Clark. They are known to meet each taslx .is- signed to them with eiliciency and friendly cooperation. Page Eight Cur Friendly Counselor There is a gentleman here at school whom students consider to he "tops" in personality. He is Mr. Cox, personnel director of the junior and senior high Making use of his hne understanding of young Mr. Cox wisely advises the students in their of curricula, outside activities, and college. school. people, choice Xlrs. Mabel lirown, Nliss Mildred Paltan f , 1 V- ,f ' 1 , 'f!u"':2i'Zf1A! is """ y, "lf you farm' kl10lL'1f'lllQl', lvl Uff7l'l'S ligbf Hifir tYIlZlHt'S fl-y if." I'u1.1.11.1t Commercial lfjrjwr' l.1'ff: Nliss lenore Sillinian, Mr, Nlarxin liolnnsim, Miss Joan C.oughl.1n. To the student who desires training for the busi- ness world. eourfzes in typing, shorthand, and business training are available. lnereased praetiee in these sliills assures the student of greater ahilityg hence, greater sueeess in the future. Library Kigflfi Xliss Xl.1I'g.lI'L'l Kile.1s1:n. Cieorge Rogers Cflarlt is nzaw equipped with .1 new liln-gn-y, lt alllords .1 plt-.1s.1nt atmosphere for study and contains countless numhers of hoolts and pam- phlets for immediate use. Xvith the help of the ?- librarian, the student seldom has dillieulty in linding the material he needs. Languages l.uz1t'r f-tlIfL'7'. Sfilfltfillgl Xliss l..lLll'.l Sehad. Nlrs. Vera XY.1lden. Miss lxelyn C,.1rlst1n. Nliss Helen Day. S:'1If1'.f: Xliss lidirh IIAIYUN, Xliss Cfarulyn lamlwert, Xliss Pearl Yoehani, Nlrz. Anne Clippenger, Nliss Doris Nelson. The study of an ancient language better enables the student to understand the English tongue, and also gives him a lxeener insight into the past. A knowledge of modern languages is also a definite asset to the student, for it not only aids him in his oral and written expres ion. hut also helps him to ltnow his foreign neiglihtsr. Perliaps the most im- portant aids to our sell' exp1'essi11n .ire those whieh we derive from Ll.e study and practice of the lfnglish language. l'.1'g1' .X rn' gy. Via My Xl Practical Arts UMM' I,i'fl: Mr. M. l.. Mullins, Miss Bernice Nlfilliainson Miss Ruth li. Anderson. In the practical arts classes, the student learns valuable fundamentals in tasks of him and occupa- tion. An understanding of these crafts - home economics and shop work - seldom fails to be of use to the student during his life. Physical Education Ufljier Rigfvl: Miss Georgina Foster, Miss Louise Sykes, Mr. R. XV. Ciunnineliain, Mr. l.eVerne Taylor. The student needs physical as well as mental supervision. Therefore, the Physical Education De- partment works with our school nurse to promote good health throughout George Rogers Clark. As a result of this interest in our physical well-being, interscholastic as well as intramural competition is held. F ine Arts l.nu'i'i' Cfmllrrz Miss ileanette Ferris, Mr. Adam Decker, Miss Mary Carolin Krohii, Mr. Darwin llret, Mr. Nile W. Hovey. The purpose of the Fine Arts Department has been to stimulate the students to a keener apprecia- tion of good music and art. Aside from the knowledge gained in the study of these subjects, the enthusiasm inspired by each adviser has led the student to creative work in art or to participation in musical activities. i l lilgi' l'i'fl .ig-Y f 1 .Q m nmLiL.e Natural and Physical Science Uf7!IL'l' Left: Mr. Howard j. Stevenson, Miss lilizabeth Lyle, Miss Veva McAtee. The natural and physical sciences help the student to satisfy his curiosity about life and matter. They also teach him to observe natural phenomena care- fully, and to weigh decisions with discretion. Future scientists often emerge from classes in such subjects as biology and chemistry. Mathematical Science Ujipvr Kigfrlz Mr. ,loc W, Grillin, Miss lirances Cole, Mr. Paul Nvilltinson, Miss l.C.ll1 Booth. From his study of the mathematical sciences, the student learns to think soundly and to reason logi- cally. W'ith the background and experience of solving many complex problems, he is able to use his tech- nique to advantage in other fields as well. Social Science Lnzwr CTi'f1ii'r: Miss Clellah, Mr. joseph XV. Little, Miss Emily johnson, Mr. john E. Shanltlin, Miss lda M. Iverson. The study of the social sciences widens the stu- dent's outlook on life. In history, he learns how the difficulties of the past were met, and thus he gains experiences which facilitate the solving of present and future problems. ln government, the student learns of its function, and so is enabled to become a better citizen of tomorrow. Geography, coupled with these studies, teaches tolerance and understanding of all nations. Page lil H1161 N EW ROADS AHEAD With the termination of four happy years of high school, the members of the 1940 senior class of George Rogers Clark are about to embark upon new studies and new careers. Wherever they may be and whatever they may be doing, however, they will always have with them memories of their high school days. They will be able to look back upon days full of fun and entertainment, and days of learning and experience. Among our seniors we find representatives in all the different phases of school life. Athletics, debate, and band have all been boosted by their efforts. In more ways than one our 1940 seniors have repeatedly proved their worth. i Leading the list of outstanding seniors are those eighteen students who were elected to the National Honor Society. As otlieers of this club we find Bill White, president, Betty Olcksik, vice-president, and Barbara Bercaw, secretary-treasurer. Scholastically Millicent Evan, as valedietorian, and Dick Jones, as salutatorian, led the seniors. The Student Council, the student governing body of Clark, has seventeen seniors among its members. Mike Valiska, one of these seniors, is president of the organization. Page Twelre SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS From lol: fo Imflom Imff: Cecelia Huspek, vice-president, Bill Wliite, president, Evelyn Eddy, secretary. Rmb!! .loc Dubeck, treasurer, Mr. Mullins, class sponsor. In the field of sports, eleven senior boys made the football team. Sheldon Gayle, as captain of the squad, led the boys through many a hard fought game. With Mike Valiska as leader, the basketball team, ten of whom were seniors, gained many well-earned laurels. Nine 'seniors were active in track, with Frank Shimala as captain, four were on the tennis team, led by Seymour Kaplan, two participated in wrest- ling, and four were in cross country, with john Becich as captain. Mae Marie Wruberg acted as president of G. A. C. Thirteen students of the senior class are members of the band, which won the right to compete in the national contest for high school bands. Among the soloists, who competed in the national contest were: Lucille Christie, Kathryn Eggers, Bob Schlatter, and Don james. Herbie Klemm, another senior, was elected president of the band. In journalism two senior girls led their respective staffs: Margaret Stockdale, editor of the "Powder Hornng and Cecelia Huspek, editor of the "Pioneer News." Seniors were active in Girl Reserves and Hi-Y. Bradford Conley was president of the latter organization. Evelyn Isberg and Bill White, are members of the debate team. Bill, who won more points in the Na- tional Forensic League than any other student in the history of Clark, also gained the right to partici- pate in the zone Rotary Contest. Betty Oleksik, likewise gained honors by winning the right to par- ticipate in the city American Legion Contest. And so we find that the 1940 seniors of Clark have taken part in almost every organization in our high school. They have added glories to the school and have supported it in every possible way. 5 df I A 5 C 4 A 1 -f , ' ' ' A is ,,,ff1,v'Tf LAW .Vp ,F1f""',"'k"'0 ,L X 'Y t ,jf ' ""' 4 3. fir' f. , ifx-I H, 'Qu lg 7 fl f 7l,,M,va'l, .1494 L 'L , 1,1134 f . fy .I 4 ' if' l Q ,I W A , l " . 1 k ' f , 9 ' 1 1 I l O. 5 l :K 'WfILLIAMj A ' CLARENC EDITH ,yoHN DORIS C ' mms 'BALKO 3, EALOG BARNARD BECICH BE1sAL J" F 1N"Snipc" "Beowulf" Q "Eden "Beck" "Gold Dux! T1Ul7l,, 1 45 Dramatic J 1, 2, 3, 4. I - J H f F ' .1 ,NLEY IKO sh" ol 15 Latin Club 5 Basketball 2, 3, Sross Country 45 Club 3, 45 ,ent Council 45 neer News" Staff Baseball 25 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 1, 4: "C" Club 3, T. BARBARA BERCAW' "Bahru Student Council 2, 35 G. A. C. l, 2, 3, 45 Girl Reserves 1, 25 Dramatic Club 3, 45 French Club 1, 25 Red Cross 45 Na- tional Honor Society 3. 45 '320 College Avenue" 35 "You Can't 'Fake It Witli Youi' 45 "Pioneer News" Staff 45 "Pow- der Horn Slllll -45 Tennis Team 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 25 Red Cross 35 "C" Club 3, 45 Student Council 25 French Club 2, 3. WILLIAM GARNLT BLAKE "'BIakc" Hi-Y 35 "C" Club N 4 Latin Club 1, 25 French Club 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 accompanist for Boys' Glee Club 3, 45 Art Club 45 Student Council 45 uY0u Can't Take It With Youn 45 H320 Col- lege Avenue" 35 Na- tional Honor Society 3, 4. MATILDA BLESKAN 'X Till ie" Bennett School, Ben- nett, Wisconsin- I, 25 Superior C c n t r al High, Suberior, Wis- consin 3. Tilden Tech 15 Track 2, 3, 45 Latin Club Z, 35 Cross Country 3, 45 "C" Club 4. ANN BROWN "SquirIf" Girl Reserves 1, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 G. A. C. 15 "Pow- der Horn" Staff 3, 45 Student Council 45 "You Can't Take It W'ith You" 4. French Club 15 G A. C. 1, 2, 3, 4 Dramatic Club 1, 2 3, 45 Girl Reserves 1 CURTIS BUCK "Sonny" Latin Club 1, 25 Football 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 '3Patience" 45 H320 College Avenue" 35 bv7CSllll1g I, 25 NC' Club 45 Forum Club 45 Track 35 Boys' Clee Club 3, 4. - 1 . 5 X . 5 4 . I 112-llilt H'l.'2'L' fit' '?TD!L"L'!.i LllIaLL'Z',dlAL'!I AIHTIIJ4, 111' !0I'l'I IIJMZTJ v' 1 ,A ,, Page ,llZ7il'fl4l'l3 s il MARY BUGYIS ffBuggieu Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 G. A. C. 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 35 Red Cross 4. MARJORIE COTE "Gabby" Long Beach Poly- technic High School 2, 35 G. A. C. 15 Art Club 45 Girl Reserves 15 Student Council 1 5 '3Powdcr Horn" Staff 4. of ZLL' .16H.li02' 476144. c: HELEN EVELYNE BUKSAR CHERECHINSKY "Red" "Cherie" G, A, C, 1, 2, 3, 4g G. A. C. 15 Girl Re- Larin Club 1, 25 SCYVCS 35 Girls, Glee Girls' Glee Club 2. Club 2- ANNE JULIA DANK0 DFDINSKY HInk.u,, ffjayw Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1 2 45 Student Council 4. 3, 4g An Club, 4: French Club Z, 35 Girls' Chorus 2, 3. MV our lruzucea, one ti year. LUCILLE CHRISTIE "Claris" Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Or- chestra 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 2, 35 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Forum Club 45 Poetry Club 45 "Pa- tiencel' 4. LUCY CONKLIN "Lure" G. A. C. 1, 2, 35 Red Cross 15 Girls' Chorus 15 Girl Re- serves 1, 2, 35 Dra- matic Club 2, 3, 45 "You Can't Take It W'ith Yuuv 4. PAULINE BRADFORD CONLEY "Curley" Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 3 Patrol 1, 25 Club 45 St Council 25 MCU 3, 45 Track 2 Wrestlilig 1, 2 Red Cross lg Country 2, 3, 4 tional Honor Si 4. CHESTER JQSLPH DFRYBOWSK1 DMITRUCK DOMINICK ffDNb5,U Q "Truck" NIW.. Red Cross 3' lisp "Pioneer News" Staff Q, -A 3, 45 Girl Reserves jf I 1, Z, 3, 45 Dramatic ' F' Club 3, 45 National an X' Honor Society 4. My x M 1 V E 1 l F9 .4 AY fl w ii 4' ffm? .ff X Qfflw JL. 'ii ru CK 2 1,011 ln ' L l. Club I, 23 all I. 2, 3, 45 tball l, 3, 4g nt Council 4, Club 4. PRES RSCAK 01, t. C. 1, 2, 39 Reserves Z, 3, 4, infix: Cilub 2, 3, :d Crow 41 H320 ge Avenue" 1. .l.5llx DUISRCDKA "S11r1nk.y" Wl1itii1g High School 1: Latin Club 2g Girl Reserves Z, 35 Dra- matic Club 45 Girls' Glee Club Z. 'UA E VLQLVN EDDY rrE,b,ieu Club 1, 25 French Club 3, 4g Latin lliiml l. Z: Ci. A. C... l. 2, ig Slutleni Clvuneil 4: Girl Rc-- serves 33 lJI'.lIN.lllC Club 1. 1, 3, 45 "Powder Horn" Staff 4, National Honor Society 4. 2 1 ' Y ,f lf J 1 lr l.laUN DUDZIK ffllwcu Orchestra 2, 55 Truck 2, Glue Club 33 Radio Club 33 Red Cross 4. KATHRYN EGGILRS rfKatbyn G. A. C. 15 Band 1, 2, 5, 45 Girl RC- serves l, 2. 5. 4, lDr.1in.uiu C lub 5, 43 l'reneh C lub 3. 43 Poetry Club 4, De- bate 35 H320 College l:Mll, IJUlflfAl.CJ liusebiill l, 23 Four- ball 2. I S O ICC' liRl' lx ELLIS ,rB0bn Bio-Chem Club 1, l.nlin Club lg "Pio- neer News" Stall lg Ihtlin Cilub ig French Club lg lll".1lXl.lllC Llulw 43 Debate 45 "BIO C-illege Avenue" .i 0 Q J CKAMIU. .' IJUIIA VL' "C'ilIII,' 1 X Band ', 4,-if French Q11 if -PYT ack 1, 2glibCY0smskOL'l4K6PE.ry l, 1, Q, sr 'F 55 1 f':"'N A f ' J be V , QQ ' 1 it Q, it AL Nlll.l.lCl:NT IZVAN "Nli1lin'l' l.guin Club 23 Girl Reserves 2, 3, Draf nmiie Cilvb 3, 41 'illiullcrr NCWSW, Skilli- 3, 4? Nilfllllhll llunur Society 4. V .ini in DURICK rvjmkn Bnsketbiill lg l.atin Cllub 1, 25 Biology Club lg "You C:ln't Tillie It Vfith You" 4. MARGARET FAGYAS "Marnie" Girl Reserves 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 34, 45 "l'iimeer News" Stall' 3, 4g P'0l"lllIl Cilub 45 lxlflflfilkl llunur Socie 4. u. W' Avenue" 3: "You 32 UYOU CHU!! Take Carft Take It With It wrllll YOU" 4. W You" 4. , -if N 4 lflffli f9,.70ll.3L'Tl'll. HC' lllllfci' ,7TCUl. ft'!7TL'.5t'lllllI4l ll i ' 4 if I , g Qf. Pllkl' l"iflf1'FP1 : 4 . , 1 . , IAW1' IZIOTL .5L7!lIlL' ACCllL', IVLL5 Lili llllitlflf LiltZ7HCflCl1. QIOANNIQ FISCHIZR NIU., Morgxm Park High lg Clearwater lligh, Clearwater, l-loridn Z. 3: "Pioneer News" Stall' 4. r ' " Y 1 X ' T 5 f X5 Y MADFL1N1i GORDON "Mimi" Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, G, A. C. 2, sg Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: Debate 3, Girls' Glue Club 2, 3, French Club 5, 4, "Patience" 43 "Pio- neer News" Staff 4. Q N - ,, X v - .,x - " LANVRICNCIQ ITISCHHR v1.11l'l'YYU Latin Club lg Patrol lg Hi-Y 3, 4. JAMES GROAT "Buff" Clue Club 3, 45 Foul- ball l, 2, 3: Cross Country 25 Bmsketf lull 23 l'l'ntie11ce" 4. ANN FORIZMAN "Blur livwx" Girl Reserves lg Dru- matic Club Z, 3, 43 French Club 5: Forum Club 4: Red Cross 1, 2. 3, 41 Poelry Club 2, 3, 4g "l'ioneer News" Quill 5, 4. PAUL GUNSTIQN Hfrltllllyu Nielwllm Semi High School, Clhieugu lg Tennis 23 Football 2, 3. 43 Red Cross Z, 3. 4: lli-Y 2, 3, 43 Art Club 4g 'l1umbl- ing 3, 4: Gull' 3: Baseball 3. I I . Mx , Grp . DARYI, CIIQCI-1l.IA Sl'llQl.I,CDN l'RAl.lQY liRANlCll GAYLE Band 2, 3, -4g Bin- "TilliL"' "SflilId" Chem Club lg lglllll Q Club lg French Club lwfball 1' 2' 5 Ig Radio Club I, 1, Iibkctball I' 2' ' 3 Baud I, 23 I Club I. 21 ' College Avenue, Student Council 4: "CH Club 5 National Honor siety 4. , , IiVlCLiYN JW115 , .IOSITPI HAEHNAI. UUYRI2 iifxiszfx SKY "Ii1r1my" 'fi dj, , V . ' 215 . '. . oss il ' Hplllnffr NL ii I l n Club ' restl- ii l,l2 l 4 l 1 -I fbi' ki.- .. . J ,f Jr Page Six 16011 Sk M57 I I 3 . V 1 ' :Ev Viv'--vi X !c1,..,g,!g,v'.fc M3 .7 5' 'l 'K Q P 93.4, ,175 . A I . sf 1 . 'fu XABETH ETHEL IREENE PATRICIA EDITH M IE .1 DUK HANULA HAYSAK HERBERT HICKS HR NSKY l ,ber Eye ' "Elin" HR1'L'IliL'U "Pal" "Tinlz-V" G. . C. , 2, 3, 4g I N, X i , A I Frecli Cl f 23 Drcili , birls' Glce Club 35 C. A. C.. 1, 2, Bio- Lnun Club 2, 35 Glee Latin Club 1, 29 Girl matic C bb-2 3 M Latin Club 1, 2, G. Chem Club 25 Larin Club 3, 45 Gil-15' Reserves 3. - A ' ' I A. C. 1, 2, 3, 4. Club 1, Z, Red Cross Chorus fig Srudcnt ex 1 Is Girl RCSCFVCS 1, 2, Council 45 Girl Ref J A X Kb A 3, 45 Drzlniaric Club serves 3, 4. 1' X' . , 1 1, 2, 3, 45 Student , Council 2, 5. . I , A 4 Q V I if sq 4 ?Rw ti 1.1. ! "M 'e 3 N . wiki 5 R1 5' ,N Q 'J if 1 Q1 ' LLI i , . . PEK EIQEQZN I J Q 'jf' 1 3 IIAUI, LHARLI,5 JOHN I A S ' I KIANIK RICHARD IONES if v , " O ' Dezfc 0 M616 wuujgf J NES Mjmikv G. A. C. 1 2- Girl If 3 - 1 r "DM" 4 W u 1 I . npgnd High Scboolf J Q E Club 1, Q, Reserve? 1, 2, 3, 43 yi 25 Drum Maionlx 0 Student Council 4g luorbnll Fl, 2,'BaskLt th Club 35 Cv. Df3n1gt1Q Club 3, 45 f4 IV - MQ upioneer News, Staff b.1ll lg lnennis 3, 4g . 1, 2, 34 Forum Debate 3, 4: N320 i I 1: 5 , .5 4 QP d i ., Golf 2, 3, 43 Latin , I , , g ow cr Horn . 45 Red CrUSS College Avenucn 35 A X , - 1 , , - Club 1. 2- 33 5fUClCf1f ., ,. ,, Y , V SUS 4, Patrol 1, HI- , i, - X ' lloneer News Iyarmnal Hgnoy SQ- Y 2 3- Dramatic Counul 2, Debate 2, 49 Glcc Club 1, cicty 4. J Club' 3 ' 4. Latin Radio Club 25 Dra- Dramatic Club 'i ' ' . matic Club 3, 45 Club 1 2: Radio lrudent Council ' . "Pioneer Newsl' Staff . Club 1, 2g Tennis 3, K, Nlational Honor 4, Art Club 4, 3, 45 320 College ty 3, 43 UYDU Forum ClubJ4' H3211 Avcnuen 33 UYOU : Take It With College 4AvcuLje,, 3. Can't Take It With 4. i Youn 4. "You Can't Take It Witb You" 4. 74 Il gf' ,JO L'll.lff1'L'll llf Z 114 ffflllcr llillllr Hg!! 1 1 fn V 9 Page Srlfnlccn Al.YCli ,novels Latin Club lg G. A. C. 13 Red Cross 1, 2, 33 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 3, 43 "You Can't Take It With You" 4. ,I is ,I XJ M 'Herbyn Basketball lg Hi-Y 33 Track 1, 23 Cross Country 13 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 "Pioneer News" Staff 43 H320 alll dlIl'1Ll.l'Ul'l 1' SEYMOUR KAPLAN ffsbvyn Golf 2, 3, 43 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 1, 23 Student Council 33 "Pioneer News" Staff 43 "C" Club 2, 3, 43 Dra- matic Club 43 Forum Club 43 H320 Col- lege Avcnuel' 33 "You Canlt Take lt Wfith Yuuu 4. MARGUl'1Rlil'lQ KOCH Ncjbicfi Glce Club 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club 23 Student Council 43 "Patience' 4. i' 3-vi tiff G. A. C. 243 Red Cross 43 Girl Re- serves 3, 43 Dramatic Club 3, 43 Student Council 3, 43 "Pio- neer Newsv Staff 4. 1011: um .'7...L ft . Cafe' -3 veumk RITA VVANDA LORRAINIZ KASHAK RASPROWHCZ KAUCFIAK 'Pntg" G. A. C. 43 Dramatic "Lm'ry" Club 43 Girl Reserves x Girl Reserves l, 3. 4. CLORIA NIARY MICHAEL IQOSIOR KUHAJUA LEDNA French Club l, 23 F'Mif'kfy,, ffGlw,yn Forum Club 4: Girl Reserves 3, 43 Debate 33 National Honor Society 4. Girls' Glee Club 23 Girls' Chorus 1, 23 G. A. C. l, 2, 3. Whiting High School 13 Red Cross 23 Track 2, 3, 43 "CU Club 3, 43 "Pioneer News" Staff 4. R AYMOND KAUCHAK .rkuyu Track 23 Cross try 23 Wrestl Patrol 13 "I Horn" Staff Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Club 33 Red 3. 43 Glec C 43 '320 Colleg nue" 3. ,mmias Liioumaim "Bull" Patrol I3 Footl 33 Basketball "Pioneer News' .Y College Avenue" 3. X ., X I i Y I 'V 1 ,Q 5 X i 5 x .i Page Eighteen M 'ri 7 Q A. W , K - WMM, 'RIQNLL IF XII all 1, 23 Bas- ll 1, 23 Red iss 3: Student Veil 3: Iirench i 3, Ha-Y 1, 2, g Forum Club 4: u Can't Take lt 1 You" 4. .lNIn JFFI lfY Cn n Club l, 2: ch Club 35 Dra- C Club 3. 4: Dc- 4: N320 College mc" 34 Glcc Club Red Cross lg ry Club 2. PAUL I.l'l'AVliC2Z Patrol 1, 2, Y3,-15 'tin WA l.'l'llR M UCHA "ww.1r' fl, ,Z M2 M' M5 l Ii ,F lRl.lfNli l, Sli NANCY . LUKOSIK. 55 .hw .1 u 1- "Gold Dust Twin" Dramatic Club 1, 2 3, 4g Poetry Club l 2, 33 Rad Cross 1 2, 3: lfrcncli Club 1 Girl licscrvcs l. STMQTIF-Y BITRNADINF MURLYN N1a1aluNca nSh0'r.VH "Gal14'rJinr" I-trfnch Club 1. 4. cs. A. ci. 1, 2. 5, 4 Girl Rcacrvcs 1, Z. 5, 44 Red Cross I. Z. 3: Dramatic Club 4. 1. K K U ANNA BET li HP. TMATUSKO I.,YNCll "Bee" ffAnn,y h Girls' Glcc Club. Girl Rcservcs l. 2, 3. 4. AUCUSTINF PAUUNIT I.ORli'l"I'A MARIE NOVQ'l'N Y NOVOTNY "Augic" G. A. C. 2g Student Council 4g Dramatic Girl Rescrxts 2, 3, 4. Club 2: Girl Re- Qervcs 1, 2, 3, 4. i 17-4, l'A'4lf lt' A' pP7l',u'11f4'4l lll urn' dllngllffllllfl. ii Pagr ivl7lt'fA'1'7I Q0 9 lm lv o 51.5 .58lfLli0'C.S CLIIAA YEVL' tZl10lAC?TA,7!dfl, HZ!0ll Cdl! I 'U ram ma' 01.15 si' X ll ...ff . .233 Cli rusi IAC: Q XSI 3 4 lk . . cd Crof V , 7, 3. 4: L. in gn l, 2: fi. A. C. l. 2. 3, 4: If c c li Club 33 Pucnry Club 3: Dr.:- mntic Ilub 3. 4g National llunur Su- cicty 3. 4: Student Council 4: N320 Col- lcgc Avenue" ll "Powder Horn" Stall 4g Orchestra 4. MARGARET PUCKIZTT 'Mixmuri Gul" G. A. C. 2, 5, 4: Girl Rcscrvcs Z, 3, 44 Student Council 43 "Pioneer Ncwsu Staff 4. l',l,OlSl. llflkls HIOIIN MARII-' OURANT .IAMI-.S OSBORNK l'l'iRHACll "DUllflll NW , ,H vpn.,-v 'WJ Band 1, 2, 3. 43 Or- in J Art Club 4, cllcstra lg Frencll Red Cram 3. Slllilllll Club 1, 25 Red Cross Council S, 4. 41 Girl Reserves 1. 3. 45 Forum Club 45 Dramatic Club 3. 4. ROBERT, MARJORIF PHYLLIS 'BUCKET F RAPCHAK REYNOLDS "Rust" fqlhjjv G- A. C- 25 GIQ G. Ab. C. lg Poetry Reserves 3, 4. ' 'H' Qhlb 2' 5' 45 Un. Ni 5 Wnunic Club 4: "Pa" I f O 4 3' . I b ticucc 4' Rcd Cross , I V . . N Y 4 " 4g'Girl Rcacrvgs 3, 4. .lv ' jg. M ' , i K 1 1 'I+ J. F' 6 Nl In W x 3 ' . - fl' - A J ' ' 1 YJ' ' " V 1 ' QJ i ' 5 l I 4 l If .71 ' i i A 'Y -' 1 i. ,l J J , I V All . .Wx ' xc . . A .J 1 1 Q ' . . ' ' 4 .9 J . llORlS MAIQ l'l,UMCl'lUCK "Plum" fi. A. fi. 2, 3. 41 Girl Ruscrvus 3. 4. l.a!in Club 1. Z: "l7ionccr NCWSH Stall 5. 43 Red Cross Z1 Cliccr Leader 4. KATHFRYN RIBOVICH "Ribs" Ll,AINll POPPEN EUGENE ROLAND "HuiIy" if Pugv ll'u'v11ty mg, '-frr,'L ,v' A -N ll .fp 1 J -I , ffl f- V JUL - nf fbj. . 191 x J I M MOND HELEN fur, ieiicgilggfr I - DL sAN'1'AY SAN'-AX 9,1 , U "Sandy" "Mike" i Eh Club 2, 33 Student uncil 4-g NC" Club LY 431335- ding 2: 3, 49 Gir Rese es 4. kcrball 1, 2, 3, 43 Club 21 31 49 Football 1, 2. College Avenue' JJ 1 X dy!! TJ 569 3 l lARI'l BAPFH FRANK LFIN Slllxlllfllill SHIMAIIA l by French Club I ' ,,G0nk,,,y 1 , kball 24 Arr Trl-ek 1, 2, 1. 4g l 4: "Powder Club 1. 2, 5. 41 " Staff 3. linulball I, Z, 3: Bm- kcnbnll l, Z. 31 Vreneli Club 3. 1 sv 7 "' ' Lf p alfa' lil 3? Ii R 'I' 5CHLA'1'l'l: lk "Sluts" Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Orclieslru 2, 35 Hi- Y 3, 45 Buyv' Glcc Club 3, 4g Latin Club 1, 25 Patrol lg llmmatic Club 43 "You Cnn't Take lt XYixli You" 41 "Pa- tience" 4. CIFM SKURKA 9 Y A 1 9' DOROTHY SCHUCQI IMAN "Dollif-'J Latin Club lg Red Cross 2g lfrcncli Club 2: Girl Reserves 2, 3, -lg Band 3, 45 "l'z1lience" 4. 'RICIIAKD SMITH "S111iHYy" latin Club 1, 2: SILI- nlcnt Council 2, 3. 4: lfurum Club 4g lli-Y 41 Radio Lluli 32 XY"I'C5K'lll131 2. 3. 4: Stage Crew 3, 41 C, Club 2, 1, 4: ul,llJI1CCl' Newf' Stull 4: Nitiungil llunur Sucitly 4. .' ff!-10 Pujgz' 'I' WlI.l,lAM SCOTT "Srotty" Patrol 1, 25 Arn Club 4. 4,1 ,IOHN SOPO "1nlu1115" Trick l, 25 lloys' Cile: Club 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 4. nl .rv u W1 fy A11 Ill' 1 ,IANIQT SPISAK G. A. C. I, 2, I, Girl Reserves 2, 3. NICD THXVING "N1'IfIfj',, Patrol 1, Football lg '320 College Avenue" 3, "You CIm't Take It with You" 41 Dramatic Club 41 Hi-Y 3, 43 French Club 23 Tennis 3, 4, Hoya' Cilec Club 45 "Pioneer News" Staff 4: Student Council 4. W I 1 'f ,, I R 4 ,, v . I ,, ' J s6 9' , J, f ,J VL V VVKLS LL A0 .5f70Pl.50fCtl iAL.,5 C!d.44Z Xp- -' l . I V k I Q I IVIAN 'QICHARD MARGARIQT VIRGINIA s'I'ANI,I2Y STAM STISMPER sTocItDAI.Iz SWEETLAND 'iyutk "l.I1I'fzVy" "Slugger" "MuruI'I", "gf,,,f," G- A- C- 1. 2 Track 3, 4, "C" Latin Club 1, 23 G. lirQnQl1f1lUbjg'R Poetry Club 3 4 Club 3, 4: Frcneli A. C, 3, 43 H320 Club 35 Stagg- C Girl Reserves 3. 4 Club 3, 45 Basket- College Avenue" 3, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4 ball 3, 4. Student Council 23 Ulce Club I. "Powder Horn" Staff 3, 4: Dramatic Club 3. 4: Nzltitirltll lonor Society 4.- " ' sh XJ 3 Y N Y ,fi X3 5 " 'l t I . J N... I ag C lllil.IiN M IKIQ KIOHQQS 1701415 M AR Y IOMKO VAUSKA VEZ-EY N MM 1 MARTHA .Tomm M , '- "' .K WALTBR WIIIcIaI.I5R .3 Wb1xkf'5", ffwfbfzu P . C. A. C.. 23 Cirl Basketball l, 2, 3, 4: lfoutball 1, 35 Cross Country 2, 4, Track 2, 3, 45 Latin Club I, 2: Frcncb Club 35 Student Council 2, 3, 4: "Powder Horn" Staff 4: Nation- llonor Society 3. 4 , "S1Iol.Iy' Basketball l, 2, 33 Cross Country 3, 4, Eblrl Rcsenieg 3' Hi-Y 23 I.IItin Clubx 'tudcnt Councal 3' bmll 3 l, 2g Base . .. ' + 9 ' 4 I 5 I' uf - f . X' J 1 A x. A I I t v 1 N .YV X . , xi lx w' ,X I s A gtk. V. V . , , u "Mu.I',Iy" Girl Reserves 2, c.. A. c.. 2, 3, l..lLin Club 2, Dr.II1Iz1tic Club 3, Red Cross 2, 3, "Powder Horn" S 4: "320 College A mic" lg Natic Honor Society 4. K Kms 4 . J'-wlfrilzzff Ci 4 . I..-ff 7',:vVfl0IP,y,!Il34.I11 N Lf XY'lI,l.lAM XVI HTL " Wbizzcrn Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2g Latin Club 1, 2g French Club 35 Radio Club 39 "C" Club 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 4g H320 College Avenue" 35 "You Cnn't Take lm Wish You" 4g Student Council 5, 45 Debate 2, 5, 4, Na- iiunfil llunor Society 3,4. MARY YURKANAN ".Nl4'1'k-x", Girl Reserves 49 lyfkl- matic Club 4. MAE MARIE NXIINBILRG "Memory", G. . C. 1, 2, 3, 4g Lat? Club 1, 2, "Powder Horn" Staff 49 "Pioneer News" Staff 45 Studenr Council 23 'National Honor Society 4. MARGARFT ZABRECKY 'miiilgw' Debate 3: Girl Rc- serves 3. 45 Urnmaiic Club 4. Sf' DORIS XVINSTON fvD0dy:1 Band 2, 3, 43 French Club 2, 35 Glec Club 3, 4: "Patience" 4. ANN BliRNADli'l'I'li ZAHORA "Annie" .LW6 Ol llllcl1C'L'UlL'll! 4ltlIl'lllL'.9 lL'TU'1lll4llo.'4l ,LC XCHT lffmlfff. ,,A..p'uf4,L.2f7f 11 FRANCES YATZ "linux" G. A. C. l, 2, Jg Girl Reserves 4. DOROTHY ZONDOR "DoHiv" Ci. A. L. lg Girl Re- serves 45 Dramatic Club 4. Page wr'l1ly-llmw' Top Row: Richard Smith, Bradford Conley, Ralph Hubley, William White, Sheldon Gayle, Mike Valiska. Scrorzrl Rolf: Rachael Whelan, Betty Oleksik, Dorothy Straker. Third Row: Margaret Fagyas, Pauline Dmitruck, Edith Barnard, Mary Wheeler, Mae Marie XVinberg. Fonrih Row: Gloria Kosior, Cecilia Huspek, Barbara Bercaw. lfiffla Roux: Dorothy Ference, Evelyn Eddy, Betty White. Sialb Row: Millicent Evan, Margaret Stockdale. National Honor Society Encouraged High Ideals Because these members proved themselves worthy, they were selected as our representatives in a great national organization. The purpose of the National Honor Society is to further the enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character. The members of this organization are selected from the seniors and juniors who rank in the upper third of their class and who are outstanding in the quali- ties of service, leadership, and character. Officers: president, William Whitey vice-president, Elizabeth Oleksikg secretary-treasurer, Barbara Bercaw. TEN HIGHEST RANKING SENIURS MILICENT EVAN EVELYN ISBERG DICK JONES BARBARA BERCAW GLORIA KOSIER EDITH HICKS ELIZABETH OLEKSIK W'II,I.IAM NWI-IITE CIZCELIA HUSPEK EVELYN EDDY Pugc Tu'f'r1ly-fmn' By Thcsc You May Know Them BILL BALKO 1 "Whzlf do you TIHWHI, EDITH ISARNARD -- "IIi-y-uII."' DORIS BEISAL 1 "Haw you go! any muury, Il'l'f'lll'?', BARBARA BERCAW 1 "UM-III-IIIII, ANN BROWN 1 "Dang if!" CURTIS BUCK 1 "Yr Go:lx."' f. EVELYNE CI-IERECHINSKY 1 "Y!Ill,I'F 11 nin' lziii, if jun like kids." LUCILLE CHRISTIE 1 "XVhy, Daddy?" BRADFORD CONLEY 1 "Oh-b-hfn MARJORIE COTE -1 "Oh, my ,Q'!70lllll'XA.I' PAULINE DMITRIUCK 1 "HOW IlllH'b?U JOE DUBECK 1 "I aiu'l gof any." LEON DUDZIK 1 "Oh, hr'1'k."' DOLORES DVORSCAK 1 "Rr'aIIy?" I JACK DURICK 1 "All righlfy' EVELYN EDDY 1 "Oh, M0l1H.',y KATHRYN EGGERS 1 "I Ion' Iiff'."' BOB ELLIS 1 "Il'x a bark of a Iifr'."' MILLICENT EVAN 1 "So bl'II7 llll'I,, MARGARET FAGYAS 1 "Aw, Gl'1'."' LAWRENCE EISCHER 1 "Boo1II7yr non ANN FOREMAN -- "Holy Smoke!" JOHN PERHACK 1 "MonIzic'x ix Ihr' vrazirxf 1u'of1Ic's."' SHELDON GAYLE 1 "How :Io I know wha! I l11'wf?" DORIS MAE PLUMCHUCK 1 "Oh, fiddldn MADELINE GORDON 1 "Oh, gpg-J" MARGARET PUCKETT 1 "Hi, You!" JIM GROAT 1 "L0t'x go llllllfiliyf, MARGIE RAPCHAK 1 "Then fame Ihr rlawnf' PAUL GUNSTEN 1 "Hr'Io, fl31'rr!" PHYLLIS REYNOLDS 1 "Oh, fIaIdIc'."' ELIZABETH HAJDUCK 1 "lx my fa,-4' rg-J?" KATHERYN RIBOVICH 1 "Whai dIff'l'l'71l'l' fiom il 'llltlkl'?,, IRENE HAYSAK 1 "I 1Io11'l ufanl man, I wan! IIIUIIIU EUGENE ROI-AND 1 NHWJJ' ISOI dH3'5In PAT HERBERT 1 "Oh, flofff bc siIIy."' RAY SABOL 1 "That'x what I always say." EDITH HICKS 1 "Oh, Billy!" MIKE SANTAY 1 "Yea, Mona, what a womanly' CECELIA HUSPEK 1 "Oh, goozIm'xXI', DOROTHY SCHUCHMAN 1 "No kidlliflzv EVELYN ISBERG 1 "Thai ainff 110 Iif'." BILL SCOTT 1 "Ah, fishy, DON JAMES 1 "Some Babe!" ED SERAFIN 1 "Hi-y'a, babe!" JACK JONES -- "I cIon'l wan! a woman, I wanf a burz'm.',' FRANK SHIMALA 1 "Cul Ihr' C01m'zIy."' SEYMOUR KAPLAN 1 "What I nam' is xonzromf lo umlyr- RICHARD SMITH 1 "We know, we k1zou"!" :land 1lLc!', VIVIAN STAM 1 "Joke-laugh!" WANDA KASPROWICZ -1 "GUN, Thullfzxfu MARGARET STOCKDALE 1 "YM, hIll1" LORRAINE KAUCHAK 1 "PII lhink Hb0Ill il.', STANLEY TARR 1 "Do So'Ilu'lhir1g1qlli1'lZ,.'" HERB KLEMM 1 "How do you do?" NED THWING 1 "Don't let your studies infcrfcrc wilh your MARGARITE KOCH 1 "Dorff forge! me!" high srhool edufaiiolzf' GLORIA KOSIOR 1 "Yol1'n' lllll5."' HELEN TOMKO 1 "Oh, fish!" MARY KUHAJDA 1 "GW Whi:."' MIKE VALISKA 1 "Gosh!" JAMES LEONARD 1 "ll'.v dllllflyillgy, DORIS MAE WALTER 1 "FizI4IIr5fiz'kx!" PAUL LITAVECZ 1 "Do you know 1L'hul?', MARY MARTHA WHEELER 1 HNUW, Mi1'Rf'J'-'H IREENE LUKASCEK 1 "Huw any mom-y, Dorisf" BILL WHITE 1 "Guns who I xaw las! nighI?" HELEN LUKASCEK 1 "I,ik.1' flHI.',, MAE MARIE WINBERG 1 "Ding IIIIXI HID ANNA RI-Ili LYNCH 1 "Oh, fiiI1II1'xlix'i2x!" DORIS VVINSTON 1 "Hi, ki1i."' BETTY MATUSKO 1 "Uh, .xhl1.xh."' FRANCIS YATZ 1 "GW lvbizfy' ARLINE MCNEELEY 1 "IIoIvv 1'0l:'."' MARY YURKANAN 1 "NltlsI" BERNADINE NEERING 1 "Oh, DmIniyI" MARGARET ZABRECKY 1 "I5!1'f if ruff?" BETTY OLEKSIK 1 "Ri'aIIy?,' ANN ZAHORA' 1 "N0u', Lixfrn--" ELOISE OSBORNE 1 rrwbfll :lo we ual?" DOROTHY ZONDOR 1 "Tw-hz'c"' DORIS OURANT 1 "Woo, woo."' Page Twwziy-fi pc fl uf, V . 51 R' .41 M J if H S r 1604121 W .rw ...A fm l f. rf' ' 4 .5 f! y lC'.r'l iz. M . NEXT YEARS I-IOPEFULS , gi , fu ,S JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Steve Coulis, secretary, Don Studebaker, president, Jolin Bobalilc, treasurer: Miss Lyle. sponsor, Arthur Brown, vice- president x X' -1 1 .. 'l M af Q Roux Une: M. Adams, O. Antillafqtlib. Ankowiak, J. Badankovicll, M. Balko, F. Banas, J. Banas, M. Barlow, D. Barnard, O. Baurc, Y. Bayus, R. Biedron, J. Bobalik, G. Boda, M. Kohan, J. Kostyo, J. Kotorski, Kreiger, A. Krull, S. Russ, L. I.aPert, L. Lee, B. Lenz, J. Lindquist, M. Lofay, H. Maclean,+li5.4,Martic, L. MeAnally. Row Two: C. Boncela, J. Braleyj . Bramre, A. Brown, C. Brown, li. Brown, H. Brown, M. liugajski, E. Buren, V. Burosl1,'V. Burosh, E. Bysinsky, A. Chalko, P.Y'C ovanec, P. McFadden, B. McNamara, O. Merry. F. Mis, A. Molson, M. Monzek, B. Moore, M. , Mrzlock, G. Nccring, Pataky, J.iTl:1!loviCl1, D. Paylo, J. Peterson, P. Plutko. 3 ' Row Tl11'L'r': M. Collard, V. C00'kjS. Coulis, T. Coulis, F. Cox, R. Cutka, M. Czvercsko, M. Dlldil, M. Dominik, G. ljnapac, R. Dudzik. Dulski, N. Eubank. D. mance, T. Poppen, J. Pupjak, R. Ready, E. Reidy, M. Rcquarth, C. Rivard, J. Robertsuli. Rokosz, 1 . 7. A - '. . , .sf .C W. MKYV l 6 if 1 Y f J' 1 5 61' . V, l ARE PCISED AND CAPABLE w X '. 9' -.afffr 9 7. ! R I-lm"w':li9 111 b ?b5 . f 5, X I 1 fi 'lf Fl' I n v , OD . ' fb , . . . . f Y 7 The juniors now have but one year to complete 'J Q ' 1.7 before they graduate. Next year they will take the I go Q , W place of the seniors of today. To do this adequately U Q , . f I 1 they must have had a suitable background, a b ki - Q lox' rw A ground which will enable them to make a succes !ffSKo 41X f I of their senior year. Our juniors have such albegi - -,J , , I , ft ha' 6 ' ning. In the three years of their high khool f ey Humor C ass ma C up 3' n al I y Q t - I1 'On P h d h bl -x ' h the llebaxtewtearrv fs cle t r m n an the ave prove t at they are capa e of talung onjt E' ' . . . . 4 . .. . . . A different social orsfa 1 t s t ef a e also bee responsibilities that accompany every mor class. ,' , f 4 S ,J 0y'tstanding.Fo0tb:1ll,' f k b' A d h ther spo s M Individually the juniors have 'be .' utstzgdirz -ln have likewise felt' their e 0 . Our ju s ha e more than one W y.-In-,debating ft y ha pr cd unusfal success 1 thc' first three 'et g1M4.i his V I - . . . themselves artlc 'arl -:1 t,Jfor - s of thc success continue throu hout their seni car. P , ,yd 7 qmlrll .2 Y 1' -. I . ' J . , . vii 4 " I X '- I I JS I, lr l . . J , . ,- f 'f . YN, I .J ' 3 OJ! gf: 4? KJ ,f lpx "' Q F1 K X, i X Y J - 0 I, J l " J v - I 1- NU ' f--cn' l 1 . f 1' . I I VAT, 5, 5, T s " X' " ' Q ' J 2 'l X 4 A I X K t . -J ij ix y - - , - ' I, ip ff"' fl f' l Rumi, Rusinn, Il. usnak, B. Sabol, ll. Shearer, A. Schmittcl. , v A Q 1 Ron' l'.Ulll'l W. lfcrk L. lioster, G. Ifraley, M. Francis, F. Iirankoviak, YV. Fritz, R. Galsuriak, fl. Cdarich, R, Ceficrt, V. Gnldin Nolonkn C. Grilhtli, D. Gr o 'ski, li. Grucner, li. Schmoker, R. Seth, li. Simon, A. Skurkaj IB. Skurka, M. Smulniak, R. Snyder, ,I tys, G. isak, F. Staurt I D. Straker, I.. Strickland, D. Studebaker, D. Templeton. R Rm? ': S. Gyue . Hanneman, C. Hansen, D. Hazlewood, C. Herbert, R. Hublcy, R. Hunter, A. Ivan, M. lwasuta, l ? cnkii ' a in, E minsky, I. Kaminsky, A. Kandalec, E. Ti mm. B. Tinsler, A. Trcbs. B. Van Dyne, xl. Vasilak, L. Walczak, R. XX aicu -- L I ' helan, B. Wlhite. K. White, H. Wliytc, XV. Willis, E. Yates. R 7' SK' M '0r, XV. Keister. A. Kenctz, S. Zatorski, L. Zim ngrnmn M. gel. f ' , f ' x ff l .1 4 x IBA!! Sgpu. ' x . RN' .......... - r...-. J ' x G H 1" T J- Fm D Le 2 Y 6 O' 'jlk .4 B O W 1422 SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICER S Sfclflxlhlgl George Hollick, president, Betty Martin, treixsurcrg Miss Carlson, sponsor. Sitling: Helen Fagyas, secretary, Sammy Condcs, vice-president. I X ' z ,Ax 1 B V Us I SOPHOMORES I 'E oul nr: B. Adams, L. Barnes, R. Bccich . B Ben L, E. Bi:i7iey,yt'I.TlBrown, M. Browning, R. Bunk I, 4 . ,H , L ukv , M. Burosh, N. Busch. 0 Two: L. Byrne, B. Ciiapekf'-M. iherm , G. Chri , S. ,- des, D. Cougi in, B. Crxnorrjj. iCiitk2, Fx. Dnnko, M. Danko - , Y, Y .. I ick' son, H. Dolak, Doris, ' ubeck. 0 ,.Three: H. Duffalu, R. Eggers, '. Eme burdnkr, A. Geffen, A. Geffen, D. G ri V Rouf,Four: D. Godza, J. Green, R. it cncl J. Griffith, D. Gruener, ' Gwizdz, F. Haigas, L Harder, S. Harms, M. Hafner x - Q' - , D. Fehrman, iguiy, jischegf-Ni' Former, T. Galus, R. Candy 5 1 A i on Fiwr: F1 Horlbeck, C. Tsberg, 1 grubiclski, W. J iovccky, j. Nansky, J. Jefci'1ai?f'!f7.!fKan1insky, L. Kanocz, P. 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V , vvl: ,.., t ,. , lll. .,.. -.:,,. We ,,. ,,.... .. g , -':" :.,.i1EEEi 5:., ,Q ,....-H . .If iill :I E 'P ","" E 5 1 ::' 2' :::- E . . ..--- e in -"t2..- '1'f5"E "1..:::- Ei :Sli .5 ":'-:: 2. zzz . .,,." +2 :-- f N ' ""': ' "" 3 :" :..... """ 5 we Q ..,.,. ""1 -e1-QQ- .... -"' Zii ' .1:-.r rrze - --re' J ' ' '4A. ,,-v .Y ff' 1 'I . "" I -2 21- , 'V ,.,. ,. 1: ,.,.: '--. B ' "i.4.- lanb ,T : Q .-E ,0' .1 rx? i 1 . !. urr... .riff -xl u f A-I 1artin, S. Matonovich, S. Matye. A. Michalak, S. Mis. V K QSIKIVYT' I 7 W NTT!! -Y WWI un, - Y Run' Two: R. Misch, A. Mitchell, B. Moore, M. Mores, H. M ha, L. Murphy, Murzyn, Novotney, M. O'Drobinak, E Pak n, li. Panasuk, B. Pappas, -I. Pardak, R. Pers. , ou' 'I'lm'4': D. Pindiak, G. Plum, S. Plutko, D. Porter, Paukaeh, M. Purdy, R. Quigg, M. Requarth, A. Richwalski, W I nak, R. Rybarczyk, D. Sabol, H. Saliga, M. Schaeffer, Ron' lfnur: -I. Schmidt, li. Scurfield, M. Seliger, F. Serafin, R. Serafin, li. Sherry, J. Siegel, S. Shimala, I. Skurka, J. Skurka M. Slivka, li. Smith, D. Smith, D. Smith. Rauf lii1'z': J. Smith, C. Sparks, Sparks, M. Strbjak, B. Swetnam, A. Tarastak, R. Thwing, D. Tucker, I. Tumidalski, 'W Tuskan, R. Ustanik, lf. Valnvcin, li. Valko, M. Valiska. Rua' Six: l.. XY'ohrle, B. W'iIlig. C. W'iak. G. Wdiittiughill, C. NY'estl'all, S. Weiner, lf. N'Y'a.rycli, R. Wargo, M. W'alsko, M lahrecky, Cl. Zagrotlski, A. Zato, M. Zimmerman. NV il , r' J I r 'iff ' U 4, +'flYJ i I V W J nf you ' 1 5. HALFJFINISI-IED AND HALF TO GO K 'xxx AX -155, vor. 'ly 1 : .i . , Rs After having passed the halfway mark of their high school career, our sophomores have both an admirable past and the opportunity for an even more successful future. They are well beyond their first and most trying year of high school and have tl'cir two most important years yet to come. The sophomore class can look back upon two years of diversified activities. They have already given us two dances - one while they were fresh- men and one during their sophomore year. They constitute a large part of our band and can claim honors in debate. athletics of all types, and social organivations. .ij I1 ll a gif. 1 3 V - 1 I ' - Our sophomores are capable of greater things, as their past records have already showed. They will soon have the opportunity of taking over the leader- ship of many of our various organizations. Wfith two full and promising years before them, we wish our sophomores success in all their undertakings. Page 1'wr'r1Iy-fzimf l 1 1 GUR PLEBS VR IzSH MAN CLASS OFFICERS Smlhmf: ,lack llcin, president, Bob Conk- lin, treasurer, Bctty Sparks, secretary. Slumling: Mr. Slunklin, sponsorg Patsy l Kennedy, vice-president. Row Om'-: J. Alberrson, li. Autknwicz, M. Badowkovich, R. Bnlng. F. Bnlvn. A. Buns. E. Bsmdas, 13. Bwrfr. J- HCSVHH1, D- Bell l. Benn, R. Benton, F. Bicdron, B. Bill. A Rauf Two: R. Blaslio, J. Blyllic, G. Bobalik, H. Boguslaw, F. Bolllmrsx, L. Bnnuss, L, Brown. R. Brown, VV. Brown, xl. Buclmlcr, G Bugajski, M. Buksar, -I. Campbell, K. Canncr. Row Three: E. Cllalko, B. Cigrand, A. Clark, Cole, R. Conklin, V. Cote, T. Cuulis, M. Danzek, F. Dunham, NL Dubek, M Dubroka, D. Dudjak, M. Dvorscak, D. liggcrs. ROW Four: B. Eggers, M. Faughn, T. Fistrnvicli, D. Former, T. Francis, D. Furiak, T. Galambos, B. Gascnica, P. Gerba. C. Gilman L. Girman, H. Gocbcl, C. Golding, S. Goldys. Row Five: R. Grubbc, A. Gyurc, Y. Gyurc, B. Hallier, H. Haucliar, NV. Hcili, KI. Hein, Herman, R. Hctccl, j. Hudak, G. Hunt H. Ihnat, M. Iverson, jakov. Row Six: E. Jalnvccliy, R. janiky, V. -lansky. B. Jones, M, hlvrdnn, ,lU5llSiL3V5'iCl, L. Kacolin, M. Kaccr, lf. Kuininsky, H. Kaminwky A. Kaplan, H. Kekclak, J. Kandi, P. Kennedy. Row SFIJCIIZ H. Kliriston, R. Kilduski, Ii. Klcmcnsiewicv, B. Kmcu, A. Knlun, A. lxnkajka, C. Knrmkrnx, xl. Koxinr, G. Knslnwski li. Kostyn, L. Kotarski, E. Knwil. L I - - , n , I , W., W. ,,,,, ,,,, , ,. ,,...o.., -. .-...,.., ,. ..,...,...,., --. ,.-....., J. ..-...,,.., -., .....-..-., .... ...........--.., -. Lukacsek, I. Maclean, pi Malloy, F. Marnan. Rau' 'l'u'r1: R. Mastey, I. Mateja, li. Matusko, I.. Meldahl, H. Nielmlsim, lf. Mihalso, A. Miles, P. Miller, G. Mizeryk, M. M lnar, . Nlolsori, P. Monzelt, E. Muclia, N. Muldoon. , Rau' Three: R. Murzyn, W. Murzyn, B. Neal, G. Nednien, A. Nelson, B. Nyland, L. O'Drobinak, M. Osbourne, H. Ourant, A. Pakan, I. Palenik, lf. Palko, I Pallon, Papesch. Row Four: J. Pappas, D. Patrick, Patucek, Paunika, S. Pavlich, A. Petrigan, M. Pivarnik, N. Poppen, M. Powell, M. Quigg, D. Radlolf, R. Ready, B. Rokosz, M. Roltosz. Row File: P. Root, E. Sabol, B. Sanders, H. Sanders, Sanders, I.. Schuhrka, I. Seman, J. Sheets, J. Simko, B. Skurka, M. Smaluk, A. Smutniak, B. Snowe, A. Soltys. Row Six: B. Sparks, M. Spilly, G. Spisak, S. Spisak, P. Strako, A. Sweetlancl, D. Taggart, J. Tomko, Ii. Trucksa, C. Turpin, P. Valovcin, R. Vatcoslcay, B. Vladusieh, R. Vrabcly. Row Swm: T. W'agner, R. Wasiclwski, R. Wqiger, D. Vfhytc, K. Wirtz, R. Witt, R. Wolirle, F. Wolgemuth, M. Yatz, I.. Zack, J. zvijak. I 4, WI! L ,Q ' Q ' I MJIJ, -3133 . TH R si-mas , They were nid when they lirst joined us, these freshies of ours, but they're getting over that now: and they were green, but they've outgrown that too. High school was something entirely new to them and it took time to adjust themselves. if They were by no means idle in their first year, however, fer the freshies gave us one of the best dances of the year. Their "Springtime Dance" took place on March 30 and featured the ever-present music of the magnavox. Individually, the freshmen have entered into many different activities. Their outstanding work in both vi? . lv, f X 'I Q ,A "A ':2f'Qif,i,v "f-v.-:ip .. .H .,. .px 'W debate and football deserve special mention. They are in many ways filling up the gaps left by last year's class. Freshies, you are our hope for the coming years. You will, in time, take over the leading responsibili- ties of our school. We welcome you into our fold. Page Thirty-one nw- ww-w -- ' WX -V1-,-X-fr-m-mv X ',., fQ4"4,-5911? V Q i I v r i 5 ,rx E A'4f W N 1 N rf ' , " L . 'ff v . . A N F 1 F Q . I D iff? "f",----'z-'A-.-:-"' ff """' xgzlflf IfA8lf'lfL ULIWO 8 v E l . .mince-A. '7f'f"kff,.g - W 1 I A sc sf og 'I Qlvn' 1 ,Qu nf , ff ...4-M X f K , .. 1 Wlgzrwn A V V Q 21:5 AMR ' ,, ,N mi, Wi ,YJ vw ,giggywi gg ,W I 1 FLUTES: Doris W'inston, Dan Barnard, Phyllis Root, Adrienne Ahlgren. OBOES: Betty Oleksik, Peggy Kesling. CLARINETS: Rachel Wlielaii, Lucille Christie, janet Roberts, Charles Westfall, Beth Sherry, Edward Pakan, Dorothy Gruener, Daryl Fraley, Bill Halliar, Russell Wickhorst, Arthur Brown, Andy Gyure, jack Hein, .lane Braley, Martha Harder. BASS CLARINET: Charles Griflflth. BASSOON: Geraldine Neering. ALTO SAXOPHONES: Kathryn Eggers, Don Studabaker, Betty Moore, Thelma Halliar. TENOR SAXOPHONES: W'ilda Willis, Fred Stawitcke, Donald Cadwell. BARITONE SAXOPHONE: Loretta Brown. BASS SAXOPHONE: Nick Adams. CORNETS: Doris Ourant, Marvin Francis, Bill Tinsler, Bill McNamara, Erwin Schmoker, Pete Miller, LaVerne Lee, Bob Nyland, Herman Goebels, David W'agner, Roger Wlielan. FRENCH HORNS: Bob Schlatter, Olga Antilla, Alan Freeburg, Lgrrainc Klszbnggr, TROMBONES: Don Shearer, Jack Peterson, Lorraine Hanneman, Don james, BARITONES: Jim Linn, Tom Dickinson. BASSES: Bill Moore, -lack Schmidt, Bob Ellis, Camillus Duha. DRUMS: Herbert Klemm, Lawrence Barnes, jesse Sheets, jimmy Barnes, plum Kessler, DIRECTOR: Nilo XV, llovey. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: Adam Decker. Band Placed in First Division at Regional Contest For the second time, George Rogers Clark High School band has placed in first division at the national band contest. In 1938, after winning first place in the district and state contest, the band won first at national along with three other bands. This year, being eligible to go direct to national, the band with two other class B bands placed in first division. The regional contest was held in Battle Creek, Michigan on May 16-18. In district and state solo and ensemble contests, the Clark band entered fifty-seven contestants, the largest number ever entered from our band. All participating in the national solo and ensemble con- test received first division with the exception of one solo and one ensemble which placed second. The Clark band gave a guest concert at the State Band Contest which was held in Whiting on May fourth. Our banfl also playecl for the student con- ductor contestants at that time. Page Thirty-folzr During the Hammond Music Festival held May 6-10, the Clark band gave a concert on the seventh, and played in the mass band section on the tenth. All the students eligible from our band entered the Hammond City Solo contest held in May. The annual winter and spring band concerts were given. Also, on April ninth the Clark band sponsored a concert given by the University of Chicago Band, directed by Harold Bachman. Gradually Mr. N. W. Hovey, the director of the George Rogers Clark High School band, has been building up a tradition for the band. To play music, to understand music, and to combine the two so that we have an appreciation of music which is thorough and true has been his aim. Band members are stim- ulated to do their utmost to play as well as the previous members, and in time to do better. With such a tradition and appreciation and with such a band director, music will become an integral part of every band member. School Orchestra Organi Our orchestra, under the capable direction of Mr. Darwin Eret, has been organized just one year. The members meet four times a week, and the string section is composed entirely of elementary and junior high school players. The purposes of the orchestra are to provide per- zed just One Year sonal enjoyment, and to develop musical appreciation. The orchestra played for the '1 fi ner V SCIISC ol' Music lfestival, "Patience," 'iLife Goes Dancingf' 'You Can't Talxe It Witll Youf, "Stage Doorf' and Commencement Exercises. FIRST VIOLINS: Andrew Ceffert, Cwennie Ann Schmidt, Beverly Tucker, Chalmers Smith, Ann Marie Watskin. lirnesi Cineliur, Howard Peters, Stephen Arendas. SECOND VIOLINS: Corliss Golding, Olga Arendas, Edmund Sehroer, Stephen George, Tidward Clmlkn, Charles Chaloupsk Iilaine Pavclchak. VIOIA: Alice French. CIQLLOS: Dorothy Stockdale, Frank Horlhecli. BASS: .john Spanier. OBOFS: Betty Oleksilc, Peggy Kesling. Fl,UT'lC: Phyllis Root. CLARINIAZTS: Lucille Christie, -janet Roberts, lieth Sherry. FRENCH HORNS: Allan ifreehurg, ,Lorraine Klobucar. CORNETS: Doris Ourant, Bill McNamara. TROMBONFS: Don Shearer, Jack Albertson. SOUSAPHONIC: Camillus Duha. UTRFCTOR: Mr. Darwin Eret. N s N. .M . ...M llilgl' Tlnillj' ji Vi' i l Fin! Row, Sfamliug: Cecelia lluspelt, Marguerite Koch, Naomi Kiekennpp, june Lindquist, Helen Hanehar, Iiosemnry W'itt, Marie Browning, Doris Kiekenapp, Johanna Lnumeyer, Alyce iloyce, livelyn Sabol. Second Row: Viola Cook, Marie Collard, Patsy limerson. Laura Byrne, Betty Sparks, Betty Sanders, Gertrude Christ, lfleanor Gruener, june Harder, Virginia Malatin, Helen W'olnk, Dorothy Gruener, Third Row: Dolores Coughlin, .lone Sparks, Dorothea Smith, jennne Marie Bates, Florence llalggis, Alice Nelson, Connie Herbert, Doris W'inston, Patsy Herbert. Girls' Glee Club Sang at Commencement The Girls' Glee Club was organized to further the appreciation of music and to give opportunity for singing to those girls who thoroughly enjoy it. At Christmas time, the girls sang .it assembly. and they also walked through the school hgills sing- ing carols which spread cheer and good will through- Puge Thirty-six out the classrooms. The girls sang at several P. T. A. meetings, at the XVoman's Cluh, at the May Music Festival, and during Commencement exercises. Many menibers of this organintion had parts in "Patience," Miss Jeanette Ferris, the adviser, worked diligently to make this club a success. Boys, Clee Club Sang The Boys' Clee Club was organized so that the boys could get together and enjoy themselves sing- ing songs they liked. Many of the boys belonging to this club had parts in the operetta, "Patience," They also sang at the oetry Club assembly and at the "Information Please" assembly. This year the Boys' Clee Club enjoyed singing at May Music Festival cowboy ballads and mountaineer songs. The boys purchased recordings of favorite pieces and learned the background of cowboy and mountaineer songs. They tried the unique method of having a guitar accompaniment which proved successful at the May Music liestival. Nliss Iferris had charge of the Boys, Clee Club and encouraged them in taking .1 deeper interest in music. Tuff Row: Ned ilwhwing. Bradford Conley, Bob Swetnam, lien Manic, lloh Van liyne, Albert Trebs, Alohn Sopn. SKTIHIAI RUILY lfdwin Timm, lranli Mis, Gilbert Cadwell. lzdith liarnard, aecninpanist, -laines Croat. , Ray Kauchak. Wlilter llumb. ff 1-L' , , I I 15130 Ilmtyu 1 nz f' O! , Lv Grosvenor's tlioh Schlatv terj poetry delights the maidens. CDoris Kieltenapp, Noami Kieltenapp, Madelyn Gordon, Helen l".xgy.ts, Marf ilyn Malloy, Marne C,oll.1rd, -lane Gardner, Lucille ci'1l'i'v- tic, Viola Cook, l'hyll1'. Reynolds, Dolores iiotiiglilaw. Virginia Malatin, Kitty XVhite, Dorothy Gatarieh, Betty Moore, Aloanna Lau- meycrl. I 7 ' liollom: I' a t i e n c e Ux1.ury.gt1ev'i1': Kochi refuses liunthorne rliub Swetnamj , The gay dragnonx, lliill liachi, Arthur llrown, Alex Vacendak, -lim Groat, Lur- tis Buck, Frank Mis, Bill liranorj. Patience Cllorix XVinstonl toys with the idea of marryf ing Bunthorne filiom Dielsf insonl. f "Patience" Was First Operetta to be Given by Clark "Patience,', written by Gilbert and Sullivan, was the first high school operetta presented by our school. Under the capable direction of Miss Jeanette Ferris and Mr. Adam Decker, it proved very successful and entertaining. Both matinee and evening perform- ances were enjoyed by full houses. The leading characters of casts I and H respectively were: Marguerite Koch and Uoris Winston as Pa- tience, Charles Westftill and Bob Schlatter as Gros- venor, Bob Swetnam and Tom Dickinson as Bun- thorne, and Dorothy Gatarich as Lady Jane. Patience, a country maiden, spurns Bunthornc be- Pizge Tfairlg-ciglrl cause she doesn't understand love. The ladies explain that love is an unselfish thing, so when Grosvenor returns after fourteen years' absence, Patience spurns his love because it would be selfish of her to monopolize his good looks. The ladies transfer their love to Grosvenor, much to Bunthorne's regret. Bunthorne remains the esthetic poet, but Grosvenor becomes a commonplace young man. Patience is willing to marry him, and all ends happily except for poor Bunthorne. He has only his lily left. ...f ff 431: 1 l l Q . Q k si? 'I .YI fr : French Club Introduced French ' This club was originated to supply students taking lfrench with the opportunity of becoming better acquainted with the French nation and thc lirench people. The programs nt the meetings, which were held once Ll month, proved interesting to all members, for they included French songs, games, and stories. The otlicers of the advanced group are: Sigmund Golunkn, presidentg Betty Wfhite, vice-presidentg Kitty XVhite, seeretary-treasurer. The oflicers of the beginning group nre: Tom Dickinson, president: Dorothy Gntnrich, vicc-presi- dent, Betty Moore, secretsry-treasurer. Entertainment l.e printemps est' cerrive. Ab-le printemps avec ses parfums delicieux et ses couleurs eharmants brille encore une fois sur la France. Mais cette annee joie les coeurs de ses aclmirat ont ete tournes des champs de nature aux champs de bntnille ses belles fleurs et ses arbes verd protecleurs. Ses oiseaux chantants et ses ruisseaux bouillant n'ont de devoues cl' eprouver son enchante- ment, sa clarte ne remplit pas de eurs. Leurs sentiments ants n'ont de Quel mnlheur de temoigncr nn spectacle si triste! 'l'ujr Ruiz: Nl.1rjorie lol IS ,lane Brglley, V.1l Rnsingi. SVVIIIIAI Ruff: lJ.in Bar Bath Sheery, Kathryn lfgg ers, Mgldelyn Gordon, Cfnmil lus llnlm, Bill Moore. 'IYJIJ11 Rm: : Sigmum filllllllkll, lfvelyn lftltly lidith Barnard. lofi Row: -Iscqucline iris, Marie lippie, -learnt-tte Siegel, Shirley Xveiner, Bob fwctnam, Charles Griffith, ,lim l,inn, Tom Dickinson, .elito. 'QW . mwfzil Ruiz I Bessie Pap- pas, Betty Kortokrnx, Betty sore, Beverly Mnlyon, izrif Run: Nhrie lw.lf 1 Rachel XYil1Ql.lIl, -ltzmne . nrie Bates, Ciislliciine Kun- gxit, Ruth Cirencliik, I.illi.1n .ni '1, Nsomi Kiel-:en,im, . ary, ti 1' ', . ziyne V. V- lx ol utaxtv ' lflllfih Ron: llelcn Mtv LJ i V lean, llorolhy Cigxt.irirl1. 'R f x I " , .J ' J Page Tloivly-nine nnrd, Bob Van Dyne, Kitty i'1ilC, w,.lI'fL'l1 Lindquist I Latin Clubs Study The I.atin Clubs were organized in order to give tlie members an acquaintance with the Romans as a people, and to learn of their contributions to our country in language and in customs. The l.atin Club members, Linder the direction of' Mrs. Alice Admiral and Miss Evelyn Carlson, had fun in using what they had learned by participating in dramatizations and in working on projects. Because the majority of people think of Caesar, Virgil, and Cicero when Latin is mentioned, it is diflicult to think of the Romans as people like our- selves. We find that the Romans had "civic pride," and they found delight in the architectural beauty that was theirs, especially in the city of Rome. Their roads, which are still in existence, are the same as they were two thousand years ago. The Roman boys and men were very proud of Romans as a People their knives. The blades were bronze, and the handles were very artistic. Many Roman florists imported plants from Sicily because the Roman ladies loved flowers. Tlie Romans of two thousand years ago went to sales and exhibits of antiques that had arrived from Egypt, or Syria, or Greece. Now we go to museums to see ancient Roman works of art. The Romans were avid readers and enjoyed their libraries. Their books were in the form of scrolls, made of papyrus and kept in baskets. There were two distinct classes of Romans, the patricans or higher class, and the plebeians or com- mon people. In order to obtain political positions, the patricans often had to appeal to the plebeians for support. liiral Rim' llrfllz Htjlly Martin, Marilyn Malloy, liorotliy Porter, l.orraine llannemann, plane T Ciardner, leggy Kesling. Srrmlil Run: Irene Knish, ldele l.erner, plane tn-itiitli, Ruth Klciber, Marie lhtowning, Rosellen Thwing, Robert llecich. Tfliril Iillllf Mary Slivka, Dolores Coughlan, Armina Mitchell. l.ois Murphy, Robert Ustanik, Charles lsberg, lired liiseher. Page Furiy G l'r1.'1rrf1 Rule: Dorothea Codza, lierdine Kissen, joe llellovich, M a r V i n Francis, Robert Misch, Roger Buck, Lawr- ence Barnes. lfiffb Role: Virginia Malatin, Dolores Snbul, Charles Westfall, Frank llorl- beek, Vl'illiam Ben- netl. Sixilm Rule: Matilda Bleskan, Martha Burouh. Char- lotte lioncela, Dolores Antkowialt. liiril Run Llwfllz l'elw.irL.l Clmlku, llini l5.lllCl', Robert Brown, liernnrd Biel, Turn Letclier. SATIHHI Knit: Ruse Marie V.1teo5k.1y, Iurraine lioness, Corlisi Golding, Helen Nieli- ulmn, Vern Kre, Juaiiitii Campbell. Tllirif IQIIHY livelyn Sulml. Mildred Znlureeliy, Renie Vrabely, Bnb Nylnnd, Ralpli Weiger, Bernard T. Skurka. Ifourlfx Raw: Donnie Purink, Clmrlene Gilman, Rosemary W'itl, llelen Han- cliar. Phyllis Rout. Iiifffl Rmb: Geraldine Kofluwski, l,oretL.1 Kacohri, Stella Gulilya. l'l1il Kun llwffl: l.yil1.1 Kulnrslxi, llelen liiigyax, Mary Rutli M.il.xtinli:i, Olgi Antilla, Kgitliryn WHYI7, Inn Maclean. Svrrlrlif Row: lfvelyn Scur- field, Mnrrlm lillen Harter. Ftliel lxldlllllil. Helen Bulcsgir, Marilyn jordan. Frances Dunlmin. Tlwirif Kun: Jesse Slicers, Ann Sikh, ,lack Allwertsun, jack Peterson, blue Pauiiicka, Billy liggers, Betty Cigrancl. l'40IIl'ff7 Rulr: Norbert Poppers, limb Conklin, Nor- bert lxllllillhlll, Andy Gyure, Margaret llubeek, Mnrtlm Dubmki. Ififlfw Rm: : l'.xLsy Kennedy, Franny Marnnn, Adele Kup- lnn, Dick Iiggers, loc Munclmli. -l I 1 S , ' 1 Y, ' e LlT'V1 JLSJYIS , I S4 students like I mn beeiuse ll is iequired for in Qlieerrfs siiitenient: "Nescire uutem quid antequnin ntl men to eertun eolleges Utluis ti L l..1flI1 be- nnuis sis neeielerit, icl est Semper csie puerumf' l..1tin ie sinuiilx ilesire In ln-lps us tu iliinli, spell, .incl write, for l..iLin ii ilu li iin l ilin iii lwilnii Iliil l lllll is I5l'.lA'IlL'.llT "ln'.iin ul mn' speeeli, flu' lmeliliom- of our motliei L pe i e lil L been sludxiiie l ilin for uvei' iungue. o 4 Ll XL liev bex L 1 si is we Alu, Pilgi' 1701'iy-011.7 2 l Fx Rose Marie Vatcoskay, Shirley Spisak, ,lane Braley, Bernice Snowe, Mary Kohan, k. Firsf Pirfllrr, Svulml': Corliss Golding, r- . . Richard Geffen, Dick jones, Vera Krc. Slumlingz Adele Kaplan, liluise Osborne, Edith Barnard, Iilla lletcil, Alex Richwalski, Don Girman, Alfred Michala Sfvomf I'iri11rv, I'irst Ron' Cfrnnfj: Mary Smutniak, Mary Mores. Helen Saliga, Carmen Sparks, Anne Kokjka. Seroml Razr: Bernice Mack, Paul Gunsten, Eugene Roland, lidward Seraiin. Tbird Rauf: Opal Bauer, Martin O'Drobinak, Robert Seth. I:0llY'f.lJ Row: Madelyn Schaefer, Illinore Yates, Frances Vfohlgemutli. Fifth Razr: Virginia Cote, Lillian Zimmerman, Mary Zimmerman. Sixlb Row: Marjorie Cote, Julia Dedinsky. Club Visited the Art Institute in Chicago The old masters of Italy and lirance worked and ln order to have sufficient time to complete their painted with a real love for their art, and this love drawings, paintings, and special projects, Clark art has been handed down from generation to generation students have organized this club. The members until we land it today embodied in our own Art combined business with' pleasure, for they worked on Club. Americals young artists have an abundance of class projects, club posters, and scenery for dramatic material from which to paint-scenery that is un- productions. They also visited the Art Institute, surpassed in any other land, people living in pic- where they studied the works of the great masters. turesque, squalid, or comfortable quarters, great Otlieers: president, Elinore Yates, vice-president, industries that send spurts of flame and veils of Dick jones, secretary-treasurer, Edward Serafing faculty adviser, Miss Krohn. smoke far up into the sky. Page Fo1'fytu0 ,.f-'- Students Enjoyed Dances lmff: The big social event of the season, the annual prom Lined up for the grand march. Rixqfwlz They seem to be having .1 good Lime. The Christm.15 dance, ,apunsored hy the seniors. FG' .av l :NS WOlf'fA8lf'lfL AZLVOPQ ,fm .-4' 5 .. R 0 'ii p sQ A "2'MfMMM.v.M , IN fi' :QA ,N W 4 ff, x gag., 55,5 ,:::,. 1 ::'-:::: ,-., , gf v xi' ff gf ,.. ,.,.. - H M ff, - A r i' ,":---,', :,. :,,.::r :-- V S . x :M 'f f Wwbmm " "",, ,N .:x-1, -- W4 5x WM 3 ,Q ' MIR. , Q' K. ,N MN X 'U Mg, hh 5 , 'T wr, .. M , R ,.,:A. ::-' M .,. , A- 0 Y f A Q I gg 2 4,2 , K A x S5 ,W 'Q mM,, 1' S is M -1 ' N avi.. 'kg MWW, nk BBSSW' Y QW Mak all QW ,M ...uf if ww..,,P,2qw e y "Patience is bitter, but its fruifs sweet" -RoUssEAU The words of Rousseau have at last come true at George Rogers Clark. One year ago the people of this community saw a great dream materialize. This dream was of a new addition to our school which would include a large auditorium, a spacious library, a speech room, and science laboratories. Now at the close of the school year, we can look back upon the pleasure that our new wing has given us during the last two semesters. 1 l i ' A All the students of Clark are duly appreciative of this new wing, but the seniors are the ones who can best understand its significance. For three long years they attended high school assembles in the gym- nasium. There they become resigned to sit upon hard benches, and to strain their ears that the speaker might be heard. If a student desired the use of the library for a period, he was obliged to rush madly to the basement, in order to secure one of the few seats in the room. Still others were destined to shout their speeches in the cafeteria against great odds. These disadvantages, fortunately have been remedied. Now we may sit in cushioned seats of comfort while we enjoy countless programs in our large auditorium. The new library not only accom- modates a greater number of students- than did the old room, but it is also better lighted and equipped. Our new science rooms have meant Hner working facilities for essential laboratory work. The true significance of the new addition lies in the fact that it has given so much pleasure to so many people. Especially to the seniors of the past year, the new wing has meant increased opportunities, greater pleasure, and a more agreeable place in which to study. This addition is a heritage of which we may be proud, and one which we may best honor in thoughtful use. Page Forty-svL un Top Piefure, Ifirxf Ron: Irene Lucasek, Dick jones, Doris Beisal, Bill XVhite, Arlene McN.eiy, Margaret Stockdale, Mildred Zugcl. Srmml Role: Mary Yurkzman, Margaret Zabrecky, Dorothy Sthuehmann, Phyllis Reynolds, Curtis Buck, l,ucille Christie, Kathryn lfggers, lixelyn lsberg, Mary Xyliecler, Barbara Bercaw, Bonnie Xveir, Dorothy Gronowski, Bill Moore, Betty Olelxsik. Tlwirif Kula: Alyce kloycc, Gloria liosior, Ann Brown, Iamrrunc Kauchali, Berdinc Kissen, Dorothea Qiodva. Kathryn Kundrat. Bilfflllll PIt'flll't', l'iv'.il Kult: Betty XVhite, Doris ll.1lelxxoi:d, Xlarie lwasuta, Dorothy loader. Mary Rohan, Imogene lal'ert, lftlna Simon, lietty blxurlxa, l,orctla Vlalczals. lflainc Poppen, Opal liaucr Dolores Dvorsak . Seeoffrl Razr: Helen liagyas, Marilyn Malloy, Irene Kaminsky, Mildred Zabreeky, Vivian Stam, Margaret Fagyas, .lanei Roberts, Lillian Kanuev, Mary Zimmerman. .lane Iiraley, Melanie l.iesse. Third Row: -lane Ciardner, Jacqueline Doris, Marie Lippie, Mary Purdy, Shirley XVeiner, Bill McNamara, Doris Uurant. I:lPIll'fl7 Ron: Dorothy Porter. Peggy Kessling, .leanette Siegal, lfditli Barnard. Dorothy Liatarich, Ann Foreman, Beth Sherry, Madeline Liordon, Pauline llniitruck. Dramatic Club Produced Many Plays The Dramatic Club members were eligible for the senior and junior plays, the Christmas assembly, and the plays advertising athletics. At meetings, the members became acquainted with the auditorium, the stage, scenery, directing, and the art of stage make-up. The drama class also pro- vided several one-act plays. Page lrnrlky -riglwl This year the Dramatic Club was composed of eighty members. Miss laura Schad was the faculty adviser. Oihcers: president, Dorothy Cjronowsltig vice- president, Evelyn Isbergg secretary, Betty Oleksikg treasurer, Dick Jonesg program chairman, Edith Barnard. "You Can't Take It With Youn Those who say "You Can't Talse lt Witli Youn still remember this highly amusing play presented by the senior class. lt would seem impossible for a high school group to present this comedy which had been shown so successfully both on the legitimate stage and in tlte movies, but the cast, under the direction of Miss Schad, did a commendable piece of worlx. The play centers about the extremely eccentric Vanderhorf family, all of whom act on impulse, with the exception of Alice. After falling in love with her boss's son, Tony, Alice invites his family to dinner. But they arrive on the wrong evening, and. much to Alice's horror, find the Vanderhoffas in one ef their craziest-yet most natural-situations. All ends well, however, when Grandfather convinces Tonfs parents that the best way to live is to enjoy life and not to iight it. The part of Grandfather Vanderhofl' was acted by Bill White who cfid an excellent portrayal of the lovable old man. Edith Barnard was Penny, the eccentric Mother who was always intensely interested in some art. Tony, the handsome boss,s son was played by Dick Jones, while Kathryn Eggers acted the role of Alice, Penny's pretty and sensible daughter. Essie was aptly played by Ann Brown who twirled about on her toes with grace. Ned Thwing, as her husband, Ed, proved an amusing character. Bob Ellis afforded many laughs when he dressed in his costume of a discus thrower so that Penny might finish a portrait of him. The other parts were also excellently portrayed, and tl'e play was successful because all of the participants did their best in the true spirit of acting. X. l'u,qv lfurly ume l'iiV,Xf IQIIICZ Bonnie Weir, Kitty Wliite, Jane Gardner, Bernice Snowe, Frances Marnan, Corliss Golding, Vera Krc. Srwzml Row: Betty White, Dorothy Porter, Ann lforeman, Phyllis Reynolds, Peggy Kesling, lien Manic, Lucille Christie. Tbiril Roux: Betty Skurka, Melanie Liesse, Vivian Stain, Marilynn Malloy, Helen Pagyas, Adele Kaplan. lfozzrffm Row: Miss Lambert, Loretta Whilcvak, Kathryn liggers, Shirley Spisak, Prank Mis, Poetry Club Presented American Folk Lore Assembly The Poetry Club acted as a medium through which students extended their interests in literature and their appreciation of beautiful expression. This year the club members became acquainted with many types of poetryg foreign and Americang light and seriousg historical and modern. The average meeting cf this group was spent in reading aloud poems re- lated to the topic chosen for the day. The individual read what he liked and read it as best he could for his small audience. The main project of the club this year was the presentation of an assembly based on American Polk Poetry. Lumberjack and cowboy ballads, Kentucky mountaincer songs, and Negro spirituals were sung. The students who have been genuinely interested in the Poetry Club have developed their appreciation of poetry, and have found in it, perhaps, an un- suspeeted form of recreation. To prove that original talent is not lacking among the club members, we offer a poem written by one of them: THF CHANGING SCliNli Snuliglil ,mails lfimngli goli1'r'f1 Imizrx Making if jmllvrzz on grass om? grew. Ililyx im' slmrlwr, Nigblx ure Imager. Iiizrififi lmlzfiy ix Hou' ll rburzging srwlr. Tln' lwrx lmw ,ilnwl gl'L'L'7I gurmrzzli For Vllflllfllf of brigbler' fallvg Now lc'r1L'c'S lmfli golden Anal rwinzxoaz ibey wrarq Ii1ru',i rm' rbirfwing for wlmli' Jay ilzrouligli. The zvimf Hoax mldrr ami ruin drops Splash like fimzi upon my till. Slmzirzri' lmx gone imil Aulnmn luis mme, TI'JiI1K4fllI'7IIL'll by nmgir' rm' rule and lvill. Page Ififlqy Aiixiix-i Nllli in ii Fin! Pirllzn' Firxf Row: Sheldon Gayle, Dick jones, Bill Wliitc. Serornl Rn tv: lid Timm Cecilia Huspek, Lorraine Kauchak, Mike Valiska. Swami I'ii'fnr'i' lfivzif Roux: Ann Brown, Ned Thwing, -Iohn Perliach, Labatt Foster, Richard Leon- ard, joseph Dubeck, Curtis Buck. Serorm' R1lIl'Z Pauline Novotney, Helen Santay, Anne Danko, Val Rusina, Marjorie Lofay, Patsy Her- bert, Virginia Malatin. Tfairil Rout Evelyn liddy, Dorothy Ference, Steve Matye, Alexander Chalko. George Bobalik, Ralph Hub- ley, Richard Smith. Fourlla Raw: Marguerite Koch, Margaret Puckett, Edith Barnard, Iflivabeth Olel-tsik, Betty NVhite. Patsy Kennedy, Mildred Ivan, Dorothy Templeton. Student Council Acted as School's Governing Body The colonists settled in our country because they wanted freedom, a democracy. Thus, the United States, after struggle and hardship, was established on democratic principles. The Revolutionary War was fought to establish these principles, and the Civil War was fought to preserve them. Each individual had a part in sharing the management of his govern- ment, and each individual was happy in the thought that he was valuable to his country. Throughout one hundred and fifty years we Americans have prided ourselves upon our democratic government. We speak of it at meetings and social gatherings, and we practice it in our clubs and in our schools. George Rogers Clark has tried to up- hold this basic institution of the United States of America-democratic government. Here the students select their representatives, representatives who have the ability to act in the best interests of others. At meetings, the Student Council discuss school prob- lems and attempt to solve those problems, just as the representatives of national, state, or local govern- ments do. George Rogers Clark is training the stu- dents for better citizenship and for a more apprecia- tive understanding of democratic freedom. The Student Council acted as the representative body o fthe students in Clark's democratic form of government. This organization provided school assem- blies, took charge of the magnavox, and was respon- sible for the purchasing of scholarship and safety patrol letters. ln order to raise money for the letters, the Student Council showed movies, for which each home room was charged a small fee. Othcers: president, Mike Valiskag vice-president, Sheldon. Gayle, secretary, Lorraine Kauchakg trea- surer. Fd Timm. Mr. Miller acted as adviser. Pizgr Fiflv-om' . I 'rf X, JL! f fvwwnj Abc! .fbfefz-,,.f,,g-,x Xkuquyij ,,Tf,.,,, Q-ff ffwfv vfh' , .1 .V pk fn-1 U , wi 1 merica S 1 I 4 E f X 24 3 ., .A WW u N9 'mg 'N M vs gg Q i Q QS S ,. MQW Uaasouao Rachael Nwhelan, Charles NVestfall, Rosellen T'hwing, Xvilliam XY'hite, Miss Schad, liwely.. lsberg. iced'- "ia" soufxu Svufuil: Dorothy Porter. jane Griffith, Rosemary Sny- der, Adele Kaplan, -lane Gardner, Peggy Kesling. SILIIILHIIKQI Miss Schad, Arline McNeely, Tony Cou- lis, Thelma Poppen, Alexan- der Chalkn, Mr. Griffin. lfRlSllN1lfN Sealiwlz l:,lil.All3UIl1 Kmetl. Frances Marnan, Shirley Spisak, Corliss Golding, Patsy Kennedy, Vera Krc, Shirley XVeiner. Sfrlflrlfflgl Bernice Snowe, air. Cirillin. hob Conklin. Norbert Muldoon. Debate Team Attended National Forensic League Tournament Resolved: That the Federal government should own and operate the railroads. This was the opening statement of our first affirmative debater, Rachel XVhelan. Charles Wfestfall, as second affirmative dc- bater, presented the plan for government ownership. On the negative team Evelyn lsberg, as first speaker, stated why there is no need for a change, while Bill W'hite, second negative, attacked the plan as pre- sented by the afhrmative. The "A" squad participated in fifty-six debates and won thirty. Miss Laura Schad was coach of the varsity team. In the Chicago league tournament Clark placed second to Sterling Morton of Cicero. On the last day of klanuary we defeated Roosevelt of Last Chicago in the first round of the State League tour- Page Fifly-four nament, but we lost to Hammond High in February during the second round. Our afhrmative defeated Washingtoii, but our negative lost, marking the end of our State League participation. The National Forensic League tournament was held at Terre Haute in March. Our debaters won seven debates and tied with Logansport for first in the preliminaries, but lost to them in the semi! finals. Our debate team was awarded third place in this tournament and received two ribbons. The Interstate League tournament was held at Thornton Township High School in Harvey, Illinois. Hammond High, Thornton Fractional, Whshington. and Clark participated. We won four, lost two. and placed second to Hammond High. In December the "B" squad attended a tournament held at Thornton Fractional. Corliss Golding and Adele Kaplan won all four of their debates. There are eighteen debaters in this group, and they have participated in thirty-six debates. This year's freshman squad has been very active because of the increased interest in debate. There were thirty-five members, and those who attended aa s three or four tournaments were eligible for the N. F. L. tourney. The freshman squad participated in four inter- scholastic debates and received a background and knowledge of debating for coming years. Mr. Joseph Grifhn was coach for both the "B" squad and the freshman squad. lik Q .14 'gif' swag -8' 1 . X. Freedom of Speech Praeticed in Student Forum The Forum Club not only speaks of democracy Our future citizens are encouraged to express but practices it. This club is the closest thing to a themselves on issues that directly influence them, folk-moot that the students have. with one goal in mind, to practice democracy. Members are broad minded and free speaking on Ann Foreman is president: of the Student Forum social, political, and economic matters. whichris under the sponsorship of Mr. Little. Sluuiliug: Dick jones, Peggy Kesling, Jane Gardner, Curtis Buck, Lucille Chris- tie, Rachel Whelan, Gilbert Cadwell, Jane Griffith, Thelma Poppen. First Row Cxealmljz Laban Foster, Richard Smith, Charles Westfall, Ralph Hubley. St'l'lllIli Row: Marilynn Malloy, Dorothy Porter, Helen Fagyas, Alyec Joyce, Cecilia Huspek. Third Raw: Gloria Kosior, Margaret Fagyas, Betty Kor- tokrax, Betty Moore, Marie Iwasuta. Page Fifly-f'i1'v lflml Row: Cliirles Kor- iokriix, Edward jakubielski, lioleslnui Rusin, llalc lianks, Norman Eubanls. lion l'ori- iier, Vfilliani nlaloveclsy, james Kosior. XVVUIIII R0ll'Z Stanley Rus, Robert Ustanits. l5radl'm'd Conley, .lack liuchler, Vl'alier Plumb, -lcsse Sheets, Norbert Muldoon, Bob Conklin. "Hams" Visited N.B.C. Radio Station in Chicago The Radio Club members visited l1Ot only the local broadcasting stations but also the N.B.C. net- work in Chicago. The members of tltis club are provided with the opportunity of hearing the code and obtaining amateur operators' licenses. At the meetings and luncheons held by the Radio Club Attended St The Stamp Club was organized as a hobby club. The members visited several stamp shops in Chicago and attended a few stamp auctions. During the first part of their meetings, a leader gave information about a certain country and its stamps. The rest of the time was spent in discussing and trading stamps of that country and comparing l Sftlllillllgi Robert liresick, Paul XX'anipler, Richard Dudzik, Charles Cirifhth. Mr. Cirillin, Russell Xvicli- liorst. -Iiin Kirillilh. hlosepli Lampa. Ray XY'.isit-leslxi. Si izliwlz .lanies Mull' is. Marilyn rlordaii. lloris Nvil- kinson. l'r.ini'es Dunham. ,Iohn liobalila. Martha labda, .lane cil'li'l'ill1, Susan Plutko, Paul Cierba Club, the members, with Mr. Wilkinsoii, the faculty adviser, practiced the code and learned fundamentals concerning the operation of the radio. Dale Banks holds the presidential officeg Bradford Conley, vice-president: Norman Eubanls, ScCl'CtLll'y- treasurer. amp Auctions stamp collections. Special stress was placed upon the United States' stamps, their manufacture, their value, and their importance. President, John Bobalikg vice president, Charles GriHithg secretary-treasurer, Martha Labdag adviser, Mr. Griffin. Paige lzjly-iii EDITORIAL STAN: Sealed: Margaret Smelt- dale, Bonnie Xveir, Bnrbnrii Bercaw, Mary Wheeler. Evelyn Iiddy, Dick jones. Slamling: Mike Viiliskii, Nliss Yoeliam, Betty Oleltsik, Mae Marie Wiiiiaerg. BUSINESS S'I'AlfIf Swllvrlz Dick jones, Miss Lambert, Marjorie Cote, jim Groat, Ann Iirown. Ray Kauchak, lid Timm. Sfamling: Don Sr udebaker, "Powder Hornv Staff Developed To produce an annual that showed the cultural contributions of European countries to the United States, and that informally recorded the activities and work accomplished during the past school year was the aim of the 'KPowder Horn" staff. If DITOR IA L STA FF liifilol'-in-1'fri4'f , , AI.ll'jQJ!'CI Sloclidale I'lfXll4'i!lfl' Ifrfilor Iiililor of l74'fVrl7'fllI1'1l,J Clan lfifilvr Frallirrx , Ciirlx' Sjmrfi Burir' Sfwrlx Culmilur Iiunnie WX-ir , Iietly Olelisili I3.irh.ir.i Iiereaw Ifvelyn Ifddy Mae Marie XY'inbert , Nlilie V.ilisl4.i , , Mary NILIFIIIJ XY'heeler Theme of 'tCuIturaI Heritagev The photographs give .1 record of the ye.ir's pleasures, work, and accomplishments, while the :irt work illustrates the theme. The booli is self support- ing, and is edited by Al stuff of nfteen representative juniors and seniors. Miss Yochiim is editorial adviser. while Miss Lambert direets the business staff. ISUSINIQSS S'I'.'XI'I" lilzxillrrx illilllmllilfl' Ray K,mgImk ,'I.wm'ii1!i' Ii11.ii1n'.v.i i'iIfn1i1gi'r Iidlwiii Timiii ,Irlzi'l'li.xi114q Afrrllilgri Vliimqs Ciiqmr ,'l,um'ial1' ,'Itl'lL'7'fi.Vi!I4Q AIrI!I1lAQt'I' Don Studebaker I-Ir! Ijifiiruf' ,, . ,, Ann Brown ,'lxim'iuli' .flrf lfillfnr , Xlnrjoyig qfmg Sfrujvilvuf Ijifitm' V Digk .lunge Y, I Ilfiifi ,, .Xnn Lilimxi. Phyllis Reynolds Pirqc I'ifI.i -sez I II 5 K ' 1 's we off. Qfif, H-1 'Tlill l'!i'f,'m', Slumfiug: Bonnie Nlveir, Paul Gunsten, Harriet Whyte, Gilbert Cadwell, Steve Coulis, V ' Cliarlrs lsherg, lion Tucker. .Smllrifz lioseniary Snvder Ruth llunter, Doris Onrant, liill XlcNamara. Ruth Cllllliil. Bllffillll l'iiln1'e, 'liI1'.vliRr111: Don XY'hyie, iloe Smith, ,log l'm.idanlioVicli, Lahan lioster, ,'Xndi'eW Krnll. .Srrrarlil Kun: Mary Valislsa, Helly hlklfllll. Dorothy l.auacli, Delores Salnol, Ray liauelialt, Lorraine Kanelialx. illfviril Razr: Orval Merry, liarhara liercaw, Mary Martlia XY'liecler, Marie lwasula, Mildred Zugel, Vincent Burosh. liilllffdl Row: Mary Bugyis, Phyllis Reynolds, leon ljlllllllx, Dolores Dvorsaek. Red Cross Organized for Emergency The Junior Red Cross Council was organized to carry on zz program of service in emergencies, calling upon all Junior Red Cross members for aid. The Red Cross Council, advised by the school nurse, Miss Sykes, sent Christmas boxes to European nations, and also helped the needy in rliis district Filter l'ijfgy-ntqlzl hy giving them food and clothing. This organization worked for the people, giving aid in health, service, and safety. Ullicers: president, llarriet NVhyteg vice-president, Bonnie XVeirg secretary, Paul Gunsten. 'tPioneer News" Published Items Members of the "Pioneer Newsn staff, under the leadership of Miss Nelson, were constantly at work striving to present by means of the "Pioneer News" a fine cross-section of school life to the George Rogers Clark community. From the first to the last week of school the "Pioneer News" served the students with a fair and broad interpretation of all phases of school activities. Not only was school news published, but also articles on famous men and women were featured, along with vital topics of interest which would aid the students in their daily lives. Together with the "Powder Horn" staff, the 'QPioneer News" workers gave a chili-con-carni sup- per at which every one had a delightful time eating and dancing. of Interest for Student Body Miss Nelson and Cecelia Huspek, the editor of the "Pioneer Newsf, attended the National Scholastic Press Association meeting held in Chicago, where they obtained many useful suggestions. Editor, Cecilia Huspekg assistant editor, Millicent Ilvang make-up, Margaret Fagyas, Ann Foreman, art Frank Horlbeek, Dick Jones, Dan Barnard, business, Richard Smith, sports, Seymour Kaplan, features, Pauline Dmitruck, Joanne Fischer, Lorraine Kauchak, Rosemary Snyder, Dorothy Strakerg editorial board, Betty White, Bonnie Weirg copyreader, Barbara Ber- caw, Margaret Lofayg advertising, Ralph Hubleyg circulation, Mayme Balko, Doris Plumehuk, Ruth Hunter, exchange, Madelyne Gordon, typists, Mar- garet Puckett, Mae M. Winbergg mimeographer, Mike Valiska, Gilbert Cadwell, adviser, Doris E. Nelson. Top Picl1m', Smzfvilz Mayme Balko, Madelyn Gordon, Margaret Fagyas, Dan Barnard, Pauline Dmitruck, Barbara Bereaw, Ann Foreman. SLTIIIILI Rau: Ralph Hubley, Frank Hurlbeek, Cecilia Huspek. Siumliugz Mike Mrzlock, Betty Vfhite, Doris Mae Plumchuck, Millicent Evan, Marjorie Lofay. Boffrzuz PirIlm', Ifiril Rnu' fri'i1i'j: Ned 'l"hwing, Gilbert Cadwell, Miss Nelson, Herbert Klemm. Swmld Rout Lorraine Kauchak, Margaret Puckett, jack jones. 'libiril Ron: Mae Marie XY'inberg, -loanne Fischer, Seymour Kaplan, Dick jones. l'irif l'ii'l1nf' lflrxxf Run: Ruth Kleibcr, S Goltlys, Helen Sanders, llort Kreiger, Geraldine Neering, K Antilla, Anna lihe Lynch. Ii Hazelwood, lfleanor Grnener. SKTUIHI Knut Irene Matya, Alt lludak, Pauline Valovcin, I lioxak. Rosemary NY'iti, Helen T char, Melanie l.iess:, Cieraldinc l' loxvski, Loretta Kacoha, Val Ruf Margie Rapshak, Augustine No ney. Tflirrl Rolf: lfvelyn Sahol, B Sanders, Rosellen Tlivviiig, I Harder, Margaret Iluheck, D0 liuriak, Rose Marie liulasak, Sh Xveiner, Phyllis Reynolds, Dori Schuchman. l,ucillc Christie. I"onrff1 Run: Nlarjoric Lt Alice Nelson, Roina liiedron, C Bauer, Mary Ifllen llanxik, lfv Trucka, Lillian Kanocf, Catht Kundrat, .Ianct Roherls, Doris Walter. Swuflil l'irfm'1' liilivl ROM: Corliss Golding, E ley Spisak, Lorraine llannem Connie Herbert, Ruth Hui Dorothy Gronoxvski, Nlildrcd Z1 Dorothy Gatarich, Alyce -It Gloria Kosior. Sr'1'amlRnzL': Frances Wlihlgem Mary Badankovich, Dorothy rick, Elinore Yates, liranccs l ham, Marilyn hlordan, Delores Si Virginia Nl-lldllll, Doris Out Beth Sherry, Mae Marie XY'inl Loretta XxY.1l7Alli, Vivian Slam, I Mae Kiekenapp. l'i0lITfl7 Rule: Rose Marie Vai kay, Patsy liinerson, I,anra By Adele Kaplan, lit-tty Sparks, ' Krc, Juanita Cianipbell, H Nicholson, Patsy Malloy, N Quigg, Marv Slartlia Zimmer! Tlririf Klllfl Lorraine Kauc I-ivclyn lsberg, Kathryn lfg Margaret Puckett, Bernice Sn Margaret lvcrson, Dorothy Sn liettc Quigg, Grace Xwhilting Marie Dominik, glean llulski. Girl Reserve Candle Light Service Held at School 1'.llI'l' Lift' Sqllu1'4'lAy Iiiml and Give flat' Bet! Tech, Hammond High, and Clark Girl Reserves participated in the initiation service held here at our school. They also sang carols on Christmas Eve in Hammond. Our own Girl Reserves conducted a Good Will Survey for the collection of old clothing and toys. They sponsored an assembly program featuring Miss Baker who talked of the opportunities given to the blind and explained the advantage of having a Seeing- Page Sixty eye dog. The Girl Reserves had charge of the weekiy candy sale. and in collaboration with the Hi-Y gave a mid-winter party. The girls belonging to the Charm and Dramatic group of this organization strove to attain cheerful personalities. During meetings they discussed methods of improving personality and appearance. The latest plays were read and discussed, and at times girls gave reports on Current topics of interest. Etiquette proved a vital subject also, and the girls learned rules of conduct that proved an aid in their social relations with others. A short skit, "l.ights Out," was presented to the whole organization. How to act at your first prom was the subject for all the Cirl Reserve groups, so the Charm and Dramatic group presented a play based on this. The Social Service group aided in all types of service. They contributed to the Community Chest and stuffed toy animals for needy children. These girls purchased a subscription to the "lieader's Digest" and provided near-by hospitals with maga- zines, A child was adopted and provided with orange juice. Miss lversen is sponsor, while the co-sponsors are Miss Booth, Miss johnson, Miss XVilliainson, and Miss Anderson. Fzrsl Pirluri' lui Rozv: Margaret Fagyas, tsy llcrbert, Dorothy Templeton, adelvn Schaefer, lflizabeth Kmetz, ,ith Ready, Margaret Buksar, liar- ra Vladusich, Lucille Schuhrke, ary Yurkanin, Frances lionas. Xerrllnf Row: Viola Cook, Sylvia lniels, lfvelyne Chere, Bonnie cir, Betty YVhite, Dorie Mae umchuck, Pauline Dmitruek, artha Dubroka, Dorothy Zondor. Tbirtf 'QUILT -lane Gardner, Peggy Kesling, Bernadine Neering, Ann nas, jean Mucha, Pauline C. utko, Wilda Willis, Loretta own. Ifollrllw Row: Dorothea Siaiflh thryn Wfirtz, Virginia Cote, Betty 'ie Cigrand, Ina Maclean, Char- ie Gilman, Marjorie Rcquarth. St'Ix0!Id I'irfnrz' First Rout Marcella Requarth, tty W'hite, Dorothy l,:iuach, urence Kaminsky, Millicent livan, rrothy Ference. Swami Ruud Margaret Barlo, sie Dubroka, Mary liugyis. l..ilian nmerman. Prerdine Kissen. lfsther cko. Dorothea Godza. Tlriril Row: Betty Slxurli-1. lyme lialko, Ruth Cutka. Adele rner, Dorothy llllllllld. Frances lrnan. Patsy Kennedy, Mary liska. Frmrffn Row: Anna Marie linka- :, Margaret Zabrceky. Mzulelyn irdon, Helen Santay. Dolores wvrsaek, Betty Oleksik, Marie llard. liiflh Run : Dorothy Porter. tnees Yau, Irene Palenik. Marie 'onsk". Pauline Novotney. llizgt' Six!-5 -our l a l ' ' I O 'cg ' 1 N ! ff WZW f ,UW Firsl Row: William Kei' str-r, Bill Tinsler, -lack Peterson, Norman llubanks, jim l.inn. Svroml Roux: Arthur Brown. Daniel Paylo, Roger Buck, Charles Wfestfiall. Third Row: Bill Moore, Mr. Nwilkinson, Don Shearer, ll Edwin Tin m, Marvin lfrnncis, La Vern Lee, Lawr- ence Barnes. FUIH'fl7 Row: Don Tucker, Charles lsbersg, john Bohnlik, Tony Coulis. lfiral Rum: Steve Coulis, Ralph Hubley, Laban Foster, Bill McNamara. Srwrzfzff Row: Bradford Conley, Paul Gunsten, Ned Tliwing, Ray Kauchalc. Third Row: Tom Dickin- son, Fred Stawitcke, Richard Smith, Lawrence Fischer, Paul Lituvecz, Gilbert Cad- well, Bob Schlatter. I-'ourflv Row: .I a c k Schmidt, Bob Van Dyne, Andy Kmetz, -loc Kotorslci, Gaylord Fraley. community high standards of Christitn fy l"i B M Hi-Y Attended Various Conferences .1 1 M, it, Conferences are eld to :tid the boys in under- school and standing the idealsb d function of the Hi-Y Club. character. 4 The Hi- The purpose of this branch of the Y. M. C. A- is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the platformg ship, and c Y members aim to abide by the 'Yi' "clean living, clean speech, clean scholar Bradford Conley ,, Prcsizlent Lawrence Lippie , ., , Vive-president Andy Kmetz ,,,, 7, . Sezffefary Gilbert Cadwell H , .r,, Treasurer Mr. Wilkiiison is the -faculty adviser. Pug? Six ty-I Ilfll lean athleticsf' U x Safety Patrol Pr The boys of this club not only provided protection to students at intersections, but also assisted in managing the halls during the noon hour. Mr. Mullins, their capable tlirector, greatly nitletl the pntrolmen in their service and at their meetings if W ovided Protection where traffic problems were discussed. The patrol boys are constantly at work and greatly mid the communit because of the rotection the P Y .1liOl'Ll. First Row: Bob Swetnam, john Bobulilt, Alnhn Potucek, Thonms Leteher, james Pappas. Seroml Row: Bob XY'argo, Archie Bennett, Clarence Bcllovieh, Don lfortcner, Don Tucker, john Alokov, Pete Miller, Michael Wgilsko. Tbirzf Rr1u':RobertBecich, XVilliam Becich, Billy Smith, George Droysen, Bernard Chapck, -lim Blythe. any l Sfamlizlg: .wnes Kosior, Mr. Mullins, Robert Kil- rlnsl1i,XVilliam lferko,Thomas XVngnel, Charles Isberg, George Bobalik, joseph Lam- pa, Steve Pnvlick, W'illiam Bennett. . Silliug: Aloe licllovich, lohn Benn, Tom Coulis, Wlilter Tolmrl, Harry Our- .vnt, Harold Brown, Page Six ly-three , I x YF Athletics Promote Good Sportsmanship No high school curriculum would be complete without .ill lxinds of sports. for they produce Ll unity of spirit, not only of those on the team but of those in the cheering section as well. Athletics create .ind foster clean sportsmanship. and also teach participants the nrt of getting along well together. Competition in sports at George Rogers Clark is clean and friendly. Page Sixty-four First Row: Mary Kuhaida, Irene Kaminsky, Llelen Maclean, Mary Monzek, Margaret Stockdale, jane Griffith, Susan Plutlui. Srromf Rout Doris Mae Plum- chuck, Betty Oleksik, XVanda Kas- prowicz, Martha Iiurush, Iilcanor Gruener, Mary Valiska, Martha Labda, Betty Martin, Lillian Zim- merman. Third Roux: Iilinore Yat:s, Mar- garet Puckett, Doris Beisal, Lor- raine Kauckak, Barbara Bercaw, Mary Martha XVheeler, Mae Marie Winberg. 1:0Ill'fl7 Rolf: Mary Zimmerman, Bernadine Neering, Dorothy Gala- rich, Geraldine Neering, Olga Antilla. - bf if T K .., ,.,, .' .i ,XL x N L."'N G. A. C. Joined Tndianiw State League ...jk X km 'ist The Girls' Athletic Club held election of officers in the fall this year instead of in the spring as it had been done in previous years. The results Mae-Marie Winberg, presidentg Susan Plutko, president, Dorothy Gatarich, treasurer, and Eleanor Gruener, secretary. Tris year the G. A. C. joined the Indiana were: vice- State League for the first time. Their point system, their qualification for entrance, and their awards were different from those of Clark's original G. A. C. Under the old system, a girl would earn two points for each hour of any sport that she did, no matter where, when, or with whom she did it. Under the League's rules, a girl may acquire only ten points for any organized activity. An organized activity is one that must have a supervisor. A girl is allowed only one of these activities during a six-week period. If the activity is some kind of team, the girl gets extra points if she makes the varsity team. The girl is allowed two unorganized activities during the six-week period. ,MN X Formerlyfxto get into the G. A. C., all a girl would have To do was to earn 50 points any way that she wished, and she was automatically a member when she paid her dues. This year, a new member must have been on two class teams or have passed an examination on volleyball or basketball. The re- quirements were stricterg consequently it was a great honor to become a member of the G. A. C. In previous years, the G. A. C. gave four awards. These were a small blue "Cf, 300 pointsq a mono- gram, 600 pointsg a large blue "C," 1000 pointsg and a large white "Cf 1500 points. Under the new system, it is more difficult to earn points, and the awards are given on a small scale. 300 points is the largest number of points obtainable, so very few people reach it. The State offers a plaque to the girl who acquires 300 points under its system. The G. A. C. offers small awards for 50 points and 150 points. Page SMI3 -fit 0 VOLLEBALL . , i 'rgaret Dubeck Ma ' ' 4 , merman, Rose Hetcel M Class Teams The class lC'1l11S held h ' . e t eir basketball tournament on November ninth and tenth. Sophomores Freshmen 18 8 Juniors Sophomores 33 28 Ability, sportsmanship, and faithfulness were the qualities considered in selecting these girls for the varsity team. Page Six'ly-six , ary Nlonzek. BASKETBALL Mary Zimmerman, Mar- tha Burosh, Betty Martin, Mary Monzek, Martha I..b 1 da, Susan Plutko, Jane Griffith, Lillian Zimmerman. Held T Oll1'1'121I'I'1Cf1tS The volleyball class teams held their tournament on March twentieth. Freshmen Juniors 37 27 Sophomores Freshmen 51 22 Only thirty-one girls out of eighty-two were chosen for the class teams. The varsity team Was composed of the most valuable and most faithful players. lfirit Rolf: Martha Labda, Susan Plutko, Martha Bur- osh, Ella Hcteel. Mildred Spilly. SUFUIIKII Row: Lillian Zim- merman Nia ry Xahska, Marv Zim- "THE MACHINERY" K1l4'l'IilI.QZ Lorayne Klohuear, Dorothea Godza. Sfilllllfllgl Beverly Malyon, Mildred Spilly, Martha Labda, Esther Hicko. URURAI.. REVELRYU Silliug: June Seliger, Katherine Kundrat, Slumfing: Virginia Malatin, Joyce Tucker, Porter, Dorothy Straker, Glenna Lauer. HA PRIZTTY GIRL IS LIKE A Sifliug: Patsy Kennedy, Glenna Lauer, Joyce Shuzdingz Katherine Kundrat, june Seliger, Beverly Malyon, Dorothy MELODY U Tucker, Jeanne Marie Bates. Shirley W'einer. "Life Goes Dancing" "Life Goes Dancingn was an outstanding dance performance given by the Girls Athletic Club. In the two fast-moving acts, various phases of life in Indiana were represented in true Indiana style. The plot Was conveyed through a variety of dances, elaborate costumes, and clever scenery and lighting effects. The first t1Ct was called "Rural Revellersf, and portrayed Indiana country life at dawn, during the day, and at sunset. Act II pictured the "Town Tripperslu The three scenes, "At Work,,, "At Schoolf, and "At Play" depicted Indiana life in the city. Page Six ly-sm wx ,I I Shulifing: Mr. Robinson, Mr. Cjrirlin, Mr. Taylor. 3 l"ir.i'l Raw: B. Blake, lf. Duffala, B. Rusin, T. Gallus, Al. Lenard, QI. Smith, R. Seraiifx, Il.1'Serafin, S. Gulunlw, S. Zatorski, AI llefehak, S. Buksar, D. Paylo, S. Matanovieh, M. Whelowik, D. Long, B. Donhani. fi Q A Sefollrl Row: Dubeck, D. Fchrman, S. Condes, li. Valko. C. Buck, V. Burosh, A,?'l'rebs, S. Matye, lS.fAdnnis, A. Krall -I. Pardik, XV. Fortner. AI. Figuly, R. Buck, XV. Riehwalski. ' Tlriril Rolf: W1 Michnewiev., lf. Pranlmwiak, P. linmlen, R. Hubley, A, M0l5Un,'xB, XVI1itq, S, Gayle, XY", Fritz, R. Kender D. Radloff, Simon. B. Balkan, Al. Kostyo, C. Balog. I, 1 Football Boys Fight Hard The Pioneers marched through an eight game schedule, and emerged victorious in five of the eight battles. Captain lfranla Shimala, who last year received a leg injury in the Valparaiso game, was lost to the team for the entire season. i In ML? ' i ln the annual XVhiting-Clark game, Bill Wliite was voted the most valuable man . " J' .1 " . I on the lioneer squad. jj Wfalter Miehniewicz was elected captain for the next year. - . ,M ik! I ij' X N .- ffl l 1 KQHI-.PRLI-Q.-XDIQRS Doris Mae Plumchuek, lflinore Yates, Charlene Gilman, Helen liukvieh. llugi' Si x ly-eigfrf Sp Clark 6 Clark 26 Clark Z0 Clark 12 Clark 7 Clark 0 Clark 20 Clark 0 C I-Ill SIINIAN SQUAD HIM Run: I. iiirman, CI. Turpin, M amish, P. Mimfek, li. KlUll1CllSlCVVlCY. lf. mrlma, lf. Kalninsky, lf, Cole, R. klansky, I Ianskv. Swrzlfil Razr: AI. Kenrla, li. Neal, V risky, il. loinku, li. W'aggner, ll. Xvhyle, B XVohrle, IJ. Hell, IS. Skurka. Tfriril Ruiz: -I. lieaven, ll. Becker, il. anchack, IX lfggexw. l.. Nlelrlahl, L Oillrobinak, li. klunex, 'l'. lioulis. AT THIL VVIIITING-CLARK GAME ' 1 Varsity Scores ,. Wfashington, C. 2 , . , Bowen, S. C. 7 , , Peru, Ind. 0 Hammond Tech 0 ,, Hammond High 15 Roosevelt, E. C. 14 ,, Hobart, E. C. 7 , ,,,,, Wfhiting 19 Under the supervision of Coach Cunningham, the Pioneer freshman football squad received much valu- able coaching. Page Sixljy'niuc y A 0 First Row: Mike Valiska, Ray Kender, Clarence Balog, Bill Balko, De ar Radloif, Joe Dubeck, A' Richard Stemper, Sheldon Gayle, Mike Santay, Eddie Timm, Walter Fritz. . nl' K' S P Sgvond Row: Bob Rybarzyk, managerg Clarence Brown, manager. my-'J' if K ,, All Pioneers Make Good Showing at Tournament Under the direction of Coach Taylor, our basket- ball team composed of ten seniors and two juniors, finished the season by winning ten and losing twelve of its games. Although greatly handicapped by size, the team played some outstanding games. Among these were the Washington game, which Clark won 33 to 30 after Washington had won seven straightg the Whit- ing game, which Clark won 42 to 40 after Whiting had won 6 straightg and the Laporte game that the Pioneers lost in an overtime. Page Sc verily The Pioneers, however, brought their season to a Htting climax by their outstanding play in the tour- nament. After polishing off Merriville and Roosevelt, the Pioneers lost a hard fought battle to Hammond Tech by the score of 31 to 29. There are four boys who deserve a great deal of credit for their work during the past four' years. They are Clarence Balog, Mike Santay, Ray Kender, and Mike Valiska. The 1939-340 team sincerely hopes that the 1940- '41 team, under the leadership of eo-captains Clarence Brown and Edwin Timm, will have a fine year. A tense moment at the Clark-Froebel game. Clark 30 ,, , Clark 38 ,,,7 Clark 23 Clark 40 ,,,, Clark 18 . H Clark 36 ,,,, Clark 30 , Clark 44 ,, Clark 33 ,,,, Clark 21 Clark 35 .. , Clark 29 Clark 25 .W , Clark 27 Clark 42 ,,,. Clark 51 Clark 40 ,,,, Clark 20 , ,, Clark 19 r,7. Clark 43 . ,, Clark 24 W , Clark 29 , Record ,, . ,,,,,, Roosevelt 1939-'40 Hobart ,,,,,..,. .. Whiting Crown Point ,, Hammond High ,. Alumni . ,,,,, W Emerson Tolleston ., Washington, E. C. ,, Hammond Tech. T ,,,,, , ,,,, . Marion, Ind. Thornton Frac., Ill. Washington, E. C. Huntingburg, Ind. ,,7. .. ,,,,,7 Whiting Center Grove, Ind. , W W Y7,,, , LaPorte Froebel ,,,,,,,,, Roosevelt SECTIONAL . , Merriville Roosevelt, E. C. Hammond Tech 1 26 24 25 11 22 35 36 40 30 31 46 33 37 50 40 32 42 33 21 30 21 31 ,wr ex Captain Mike Valiska " Z Richard Stempcr Joe Dubeck Walter Fritz Bill Balko Stanley Bcnko 1--- ---: "1" I '2-- "i'2 :-.-3 ,ni I liiigigg ' V ' ii,. 4 ,-:1 In a,. :,: ' l iiiii S iiii :,,,: l New "':""" 3 T f . ,:.:.f fi. I X 1 I ZZ. 2 V v"" ' ' 'iii 333 iiiiii :2: :1:: :ig ,.:.,' .Q -:., iiiiiliiii 5 iv ' 3 5 ' .- it 3 W , S Q .1 .. - sa.. M A rx: A , in Q, - :zzl za :ff tk 4 :gf : i V: -I -: jim Ei - : suis? 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Tfairif liiflli john Roslyn, Orval Merry, Alim Simon, George llollielt. 17111.51 IMAN 1SAS1i1'T1SA1.1, lirif llnu: Paul Gerba. ,lack llmven. Leonard Nleltlalil, Ralph XVeig.r, Dick Bell, Allauri Nliles, Lawrence Kiirman. S1'l'07ltl Ron: Charles Turpin, Rer- nard Biel, Bob Wfvlirlc, Louis Odrobi- nak, George Nednien. "AU Squad Successors Robinson should bc complimented on his n had several promising players who will take the work with this group of boys. places left by this year,s szraduating seniors. "Bi, SQUAD SCORES Clark 21 Roosevelt 12 Clark 18 K XV11Sl11l13f011 Clark 51 Hobart 24 Clark 24 H HL1ml11011ll TCCh Clark 18 ,,,,,,, Whiting 19 Clark 12 Tl10I'I1f0I1 PNC- Clark 14 Crown Point 11 Clark 18 , Whiting Clark 25 Hammond High 20 Clark 18 LHPOYIC Clark 28 H ,,,,, Alumni 21 Clark 25 Wasliington Clark 19 Emerson 9 Clark 19 H 7 Frocbel Clark 16 Tolleston 10 Clark 22 Roosevelt Freshmen Reserves Although the freshman team won only two games, Several boys showed promise of becoming varsitw the season was more successful than the records material in a year or two. show. Page Sm Ullfj -I wo Boys Enjo The Pioneer tennis squad, composed of Seymour Kaplan, Ned Thwing, jack Jones, Dick Jones, Dan Barnard and Arthur Brown had a poor season, win- 7 ning none and losing four of their matches. This Mat Contenders nder the direction of The Clark wrestling team, u Coach W'ayne Cunningham, finished a fourteen-meet schedule in which they won Eve and lost nine of their encounters. yed Tennis TENNIS Ifiizxl Rulr: Seymour Kaplan, Dick Alones, Dan Barnard. SVVIIIHI Rout Ned Thwing, jack jones, Arthur Brown. XVI! ICSTLING l"ir,il Razr: Joe Maneliak, Steve Guyer. Stanley Zatorski, Richard Smith, Lnban Foster. Semml Role: Charles Grif- fith, Roger Buck, Helmuth Becker. Dick Eggers, Joseph Pauniclta. Tfiiril Row: Williani Bennet, Richard Pers, Richard Serafin. Sigmund Golonka, Ray Sahol. d to the fact that they however, may be attribute did not have a coach. K l as elected as the most valuable Seymour ap an w man in this sport. Had Busy Season Although this was not a very successful season, all the boys performed capably. 7 W 1 'f selected as the outstanding boy Laban Ioster was in this sport. Page Sczfeizfg'-161-11 4 1 CR OSS COUNTRY lfirxl Rout Ralph Wciger, liddie Timm, Orval Merry, john Papesh, james Green, Clarence Brown, james Kosior. A Semin! Row: john Pavloyich, Iiradford Conley, Lawrence Barnes, Laban Foster, Raymond Molson, Bob Van Dyne, Mike Racer, john Humurovie, joe liumidalsky. Tllirlf limi : Andrew Geffert, Robert Beeich, joe Pukach, Mike Valislia, john Becich, Robert Seth, George Hollick, Andy Dubeck. TR ACK liirxl Rout joe jefchak, Clarence Balog, Walter Fritz, Stanley Benko, Richard Stem- per, Fred Fischer, joe Dominik, Prank Frankowiak. Semlnl Rom: Roluert Becich, George Hollick, Steve Matyc, lidvvard Matusko, Bob jones 4 Henry Mucha, john Hmurovic Lahan Foster. .Y- This year the Cross Country team, coached by john Alex Mike Riehwalski, joe Pukach joseph Paunicka. Cross Country Had Successful Season caoss COUNTRY s Tliirrl Row: Robert Puckett 1 Becich, Frank Shimala Q Valiska, Mike Ledna v CORES Mr. W'ilkinson, had its most successful season. The Clark 36 . .. ,,,, Roosevelt 22 Pioneers won 6 meets and had 4 defeats. There were Clark 15 , Wallace 40 also more boys who earned their major letters this Clark 16 Washington 48 year than in any previous year. Clark 20 . EITIGFSOH 36 Clark 15 , , ,,,,,,,, Culver 48 The major letter winners were john Becich, Clark 29 . , ,, Horace Mann 27 Clarence Brown, Laban Foster, Stanley Benko, Bob Clark 31 Roosevelt 24 Seth, joe Pukach, and Mike Valiska. Laban Foster Clark 41 Hammond 20 was elected next year's captain. Clark 16 , Washington '51 Clark 17 Track Team Entered Knox Relays The Pioneer track squad won only one meet and lost five during the season, but they placed third Lew Wallace 47 james Groat led the team in scoring with a total of 68 points. in the Knox relays. SCORES We They The Pioneer junior track squad, composed of fresh- Tolleston . 53 56 men and sophomores, lost their two meets to Irving Washington 51 59 and Morton by the score of 68 to 34 and 50 to 49, Tech 74 32 respectively. Washington 54 55 prlvljl' Sl'l'l'IIfj'-j-0117 Iiiitxl Run: ll, Conley, Fritz. VV. Miehnewiev, ljurosh, A. Molson, R. I'ers Gnlonka, ll. Becker. Siworlif Rum: R. Sremper 7'lrinl lillllf D. Long, Fourlb Row: R. Smith, S. Benlm, II. Beeich, D. Pa D. Eggers. Athletes Won "CH Club Letters The "C" Club is composed of boys who have won major letters in some form of athletics. This year the club sponsored a dance to appropriate money for letters and individual awards. The organization also promoted the "In and Out" game, the proceeds of which went toward the purchase of equipment for minor sports. In May the Annual Athletic Banquet was held. All boys who had participated in any form of athletics were invited, and a great time was reported by all participants. Winners of athletic awards are encouraged to promote clean sportsmans ip citizenship, both in school and in the ' y. FW' SPIQCIAI, A WARIDS - Htl! Run: Aloe Pukach, Most Valuable in Cross Cfountryg Sheldon Gayle, Best Mental lxlllllldii in Footballg Ray Kenilcr. lies! Mental Attitude in Basketball: Bill lialkn, Xlost Valuable in liootball. Siwlllif R1114: Laban Foster, Most Valuable in XVrestling and Trackg Mike Valislxa, Most Valuable in Basketball and winner of All-Around "C" Club Awardg Clarence Balog, Best Mental Attitude in Basketball: Seymour Kaplan, Most Valuable in Tennis. Page Severzly-jiw Richwalslsi, Il. Rusin, Kos 0 D. liehrnian, li. Iirailkowiak X Gayle, S. Kaplan, B. Wliite, R Hubley, li. Kender, Grin M. Santay, ml. Manchak, Nl I,edna, A. Trebs, R. Rybarvik Blake. C. Iialog, IT. Shimala, Balko, -I. Dubeek, M. Valiska Puckaeh, I.. Foster, R. Sa 0 Qlj Thc Dad-Faculty Game - Mr. Hovcy, Mr. Wilkinsoia, Mr. Cox, Mr. Griflin Mr. Miller, Mr. Taylor, Mr. Cunningham, Mr. Robinson, Mr. Mullinsg CZQ Margie: C SJ Tommy, Pat, and Adeleg Q41 Miss Boothg Q51 BLll'bLll'Ll, Margaret, Mary Mnrihn Evelyn, and Edithg Q61 Tumbling Classg Q7j Preparing for Santa. rwzf-y-six SEPTEMBER Back to the "Big Red School House" And are we glad to be back to the "old grindu again! Vacation is fun, but we like school better, so we put away our tennis raquets, get out the chemistry books, and get to Work! lt,s still a trifle warm for football, but the heat doesnlt stop us, for Clark takes Washiilgton 6 to 2 in the first game of the year. As usual, Coach Taylor is seen chewing grass because he is so excited, but can you blame him? Hear the noise? That's the first pep assembly in the new auditorium, and such pep! For the first time, we meet our team, our cheerleaders, and our master of ceremonies, Mike Valiska. We think we'll like you people! The school takes time out to get organized for the year, and the boys seem to "have it.', Bill White leads the senior classg Don Studabaker, the junior classg Sam Condes, the sophomore classg and Jack Hein, the freshmen class. A new organization, the Forum Club, is chartered, and it really looks worth- while. The new addition to the "big red school housev seems to have what it takes to work up the old fighting spirit, for our latest pep session proves a success when our team ends a most exciting month by taking both Bowen and Peru. Posing: XVaiting for a "fluke", Bill and Richard, Seymour in a Responsive Mood. l 1 But look at Them lXoWg -func Witli an Armfulg Really Studying? f R ,If was fi an , Busy Hands Do Creative XVorkg Student Artists linjoy Their Workg Kris Kriiigle Passes G. R. CI. CCTOBER Football Days Football seems to be the thing these days, so to start things off with a bang, Clark takes the Tech Tigers into camp with a score of 12 to 0. The band marches for the first time, and Bob Schlatter loses his whistle, spending most of the time looking for it. lt is a good thing the band knows what to do! Look at the "Bodie," boys and girls. That man is here again. Following a little different scheme of things this year, Mr. Bodie takes individual pictures of the underclassmen for the annual. The Seniors also don their best bibs and tuckers in a last attempt at glamour. At last! The juniors break the ice by giving the Priya' Srl V11 lj'-Uiglll "Junior Jinx Jive" - and on Friday 13th too! Everything is perfectg baloons, horseshoes, umbrellas, black cats, and all. For the iirst time, Clark has a night pep session, given for the Hammond-Clark game. Enthusiasm runs high as old school songs are sung and speeches are given by the coaches, fans, and players. ltis too bad such a spirited occasion has to be dulled by the outcome. Yes, we lost and in a pouring rain at that! To add to our misery, Roosevelt beats Clark 14 to 0 in the last game of the month. Cheer up, fans! We can at least end this mournful month with a little fun, for it's Halloween! On the Wgly to School Miss Yochnm Looks Up from W'ork Art Class Posters Steve and Andy ln Front of Farrcll's "Three Musketeers" Junior XVQ1 y Back XVhen Mr. Little and his "Chickadccs,' Lorraine NOVEMBER "You Can't Take It With You" At least that's the philosophy upon which the Sycamores, Grampa Vanderhoff, and their friends base their lives. Bill White as Grampa, Edith Barnard as Penny Sycamore, and a good supporting cast help to make the annual senior play a huge success. In the first game on our own field, Clark takes Hobart 20 to 0. We're all glad to use our own field, but we do wish that someone would give us bleachers to sit on! To end the football season, Clark plays Whiting in the "Grudge Battle" of the year. We almost had a touch-down, but . . . well, there's always next year, and tl:ere's always basketball! In spite of the crushing we still have enough spirit to have a grand time at the "C" Club dance, but then who wouldn't, with all those new peppy records! To observe Book Wfeek, we see a full length movie, "Jane Eyref, In spite of the fact that there is no Mickey Mouse cartoon, everyone seems enthusiastic about the idea of movies for education. We want more! At last! Thanksgiving is here, but the vacation is all too short. After only three days of being thank- ful and in stuffing ourselves to the gills, school starts again. Never fear, boys and girls, if you didn't get enough turkey, there's another "Thanksgiving,' next week! DECEMBER Featuring What? You Guess! From the looks of the events scheduled for this month, it looks as if it is going to be plenty interest- ing. To start things off, the basketball season opens and Clark takes Roosevelt in the first game. We ought to go places with such a good start! What's this sudden migration from Clark to Pur- due University? Both the debators and the Hi-Y Boys attend their annual conferences. From the tales I heard of these conferences last year, I hope the citizens of Lafayette will be well prepared! Clark wins another basketball game - this time it's Hobart. But we also lose one - the first one - and to Whiting, of all things! To make matters worse, we also lose to the Hammond Wildcats. Next comes the annual pre-Christmas band con- cert. The teachers seem rather tired after their annual party at Phil Schmit's last night! Anyway, the music is good. Christmas vacation is suddenly swooping down on us, again. There are two assemblies - one by the Girls' Glee Club and the mixed chorus, the other a play, "Why the Chimes Rangf, presented by the Dramatic Club. Merry Christmas! Page Eigkly Adding entertainment to our holiday, the seniors give their annual Christmas dance, "The Mistletoe Mixer." Did you see the mistletoe? Or use it? Another annual event is the Alumni Banquet at Phil Schmit's. The seniors are all invited, but we are all broke! Happy New Year! JANUARY Leap Year, or Girl Chases Boy It's Leap Year, girls, so here's your chance! If you canyt snag that bashful blonde across from you in history class, it's not our fault! Basketball gets back in full swing again as Clark is defeated by Emerson. What's the matter, boys? Was New Year's too much for you? The scalps seem to be getting fewer, for Clark loses to Tech and Marion, Indiana, but defeats Tollestoin and Wasliiiigton. Somewhere in this jumble of basketball games, we find time to come back to school again. We all need a rest after such a strenuous vacation! Always something new, this time it's an operetta, "Patience," the first one given by the high-school. The sponsors needn't have been doubtful about its success, judging from the number who wanted to be in it. School was never like this! For a small sum, we get out of more classes to see another movie, "Tun- dra." It's all about Alaska, and two little bear cubs steal the show. It's getting a little too close to final exams for comfort, but just think, only one more semester and the seniors will have no more worries about finals! FEBRUARY Featuring . . . Lent February seems to be a month of much church- going and of few social affairs. We all need a rest anyway, with the tournament coming next month. Finishing the basketball for the season, Clark takes the Oilers 42 to 40. Maybe it's because we know them so well, but it certainly was the most exciting game of the year. Huntingberg and Center Grove both rake Clark, and in a final try, we lose to Roose- velt 21 to 19. The biology classes again bring us that popular form of education -- the movie. This time it's a picture concerning the Mississippi River. Mr. Grifhn gives us all' food for thought at a Washington Day assembly when he asks, "Wl1at will be your contribution to mankind?,' The last day of the month finally comes, and with it, the long waited for tournament! Clark beats Merriville in the first round to the tune of 43 to 31. Go Clark! MARCH The Tournament The excitement and enthusiasm are terrific as the tournament gets into full swing. In the second round, Clark takes Roosevelt, but gets beaten by Tech in the semi-finals by two points. Then Tech comes through to win the sectional finals from Whiting. Go, Tech! At last, after all these months, we get what we want - a Mickey Mouse cartoon! As an added attraction there's a full length movie, "Make a Wish," with Bobbie Breen. Did you ever see fifty-five beautiful girls all at one time? Well, that's just what we see in "Life Goes Dancingf' which is presented by the G.A.C. It's a very interesting and unusual entertainment to say the least! The spring activities begin as the soloists go to Elkhart for the district band contest, and track practice starts with a bang. There's also the home room tournament, with room 203 the winner. On their annual games, the "Outs" beat the "Ins" 40 to 20 and the Faculty take the Dads 43 to 20. It seems that the costumes for the latter game are getting more unique every year. Congratulations are in order as the National Honor Society is announced. Twelve seniors and five juniors received this honor. We,re so out of practice it takes a while to limber up when the freshmen finally give a dance. They picked a very opportune time for a huge success, for everyone is tired of sitting at home. APRIL F ool's Day And we are almost all fooled this day! For a while, I almost thought Mr. Miller wasn,t going to let us out of school! The reason for the holiday? Tech wins the State Basketball Tournament, so everyone gets a vacation. Following in the footsteps of last year's junior class, the present juniors give an Amateur Hour. It's getting to be an institution, but why not? It,s mighty interesting entertainment. The Girl Reserves enjoy their last large social event of the year - the annual party given at Hammond High School. Such things make us think that gradu- ation is near, and that we won't be going to any more such affairs after a few weeks. What is the "Derby,'? It's the last dance of the year, not counting the prom. The sophomore class goes out of its way in an effort toward one last good time. Into another round of the solo contest, twelve students, members of the band, bring state honors to Clark. We're all looking forward to having the state band contest in Whiting this year. MAY t'Stage Door" With the largest cast in the history of Clark, the juniors present their first attempt at drama, "Stage Doorf, Dorothy Gronowski as Terry, Bill McNamara as Keith, and Don Studebaker as Kingsley, with the able support of the rest of the cast of twenty-nine players, portray the successes and failures of a group of hardworking young people. There's music wherever you go this week-end, as fifty bands from all over northern Indiana gather in Whiting for the band contest. Clark's band gives a concert for the visitors, and a good time is had by all. Finally the date of the junior Prom arrives. After worrying for months about clothes and dates for this big event, all is found to be perfect, and every- one has a wonderful time. JUNE The End With this month comes the end of the seniors' high-school days. The Junior Prom marked the be- ginning of the series of events which lead up to graduation. The second of these events is the Bac- calaureate Service which is on Sunday, june 9th, The Reverend Mr. John Paul Jones of the Congregational Church is the principal speaker. Next comes Class Night. Everyone has a hilarious time as the gifts are given and the Class Will is read, but when it comes time for Millicent to say the final good-bye to the school for the seniors, we all begin to feel a little sad. Last, but not least, comes Graduation. This is the last day at Clark, and after twelve years, all seniors leave the portals of learning with mixed feelings. There is joy that a task has been well done, and sorrow at the parting with friends. Page Iiigbiy-one The publishing of a high school annual involves a financial angle as well as a literary one. This is the reason that the husiness men of the surrounding territory are invited to advertise in the Powder Horn. In return for this Courtesy we, the students of Clark, try to patronize the real friends of our school. ge Eighty-two Anthony BL Brown ..,,... , A - OK Garage .,,...,,, ,..A,,, Aronberg 86 Kisscn ,,,..,., , ,,,,,,, Avery, Br. B. W. ,,,,,A.. , Bank of Whiting Ben Franklin Press ..,,,,,..,,,.,..,,,, Checker Taxi Company .,,r,,,-,,,,,,,,,, , Chicago College of Commerce Clark - Franklin P. T. A. ,,..,.,,, . Clover Farm Store ,,,,,,v,,,,,,,.,, Curley Cue Beauty Shop ,.,,... Danceland .,,,..,,,,.. . ..,.r .,,.. , Dick Hoyt .,,.,, L Eichman, Julius ,,,,,,,,,,,, Farrell s .,.,, ...,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, , I Forsyth Service Station .,,,..,, Frenchy's Barber Shop .,.., Fischer, L., Furniture Co. Gambiniis .,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, Glenn's Shoe Store ,, ,,,,,, Gold,s Filling Station ,,,,,,, Hammond Times ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Hanleyis Ice Cream Store ,,,,,i , Hopman Cleaners ,,,,,,....,,,,,, Hoppe's Service Station . Hoosier Radio Shop ,,,,,,.,,., Hoosier Theater ...,.,,,.,,, Illiana Florist ......,............ Illiana Shoe Rebuildcr .. .,,. . Indiana Red Hots ,,,,,,,,,,..,,,.,,, Jack Fox 85 Sons ,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,, .,.,,,.. Jennings-Mattern Drug Stores Jerry's Super Service Station ..., ,. John Ciesar , , Joseph P. Bandor , Joseph Studer ......,., - ..,...... i.,t..... 1 O0 CONTENTS .,-..,,,,103 Lee Grocery Lillian Eaton Shop ,t,.,,, Lipay's Dry Goods .,,,,,, ,,-., 96 -..., 91 96 Lynch, Dr. W. McNamara Brothers Michigan Fruit Market , ,,,..,. 91 89 ,,,.,.-,,102 Millett's Colonial , nv, 88 Millikan, W. ,,M,,-,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,W' 94 Minas, Edward C. 1 02 01 LW- 8 6 101 Owens Funeral Home .,,,,,,,,.,...,.,.....,.,,,,, , ffffi oz 101 Phil Smidt 86 Son ,r,,,,,, . s,., , 99 Poppen,s Service Station ,,,,., Rim, Dr. M. J. v.,.r,rr....,.,. . Rudolf's Beauty Salon .,.., 01 92 Sceerey, Dr. A. E. ,,,., Shimala's Grocery . 02 01 .,,,,,,,,102 Spies Brothers O 92 Spurrier's Hardware ,, 102 Standard Business College ,..,,,. State Bank of Whiting .. ...,,,, ,.... . . 96 100 99 Swarthout SL Craig 95 Vater, Wm. E. 95 West Park Grocery West Park Pharmacy ,,,,, ..,,,,,... White Oak Open Air Market .,,.... 99 . ,,,,,,,, 103 97 Whiting Flower Shop , .. ., , ,, Whiting Ice 85 Coal , ,, , I Whiting Lumber 86 Coal , , , Whiting News 7, , Whiting Trading Post , ,, 90 01 98 97 Wickstrom, G. ,,,,s , ..,,. ,I Paramount Jewelers .,,,, A ,,.,,,,-. Stillwel Furniture Co. ,,,., ...,,... , .,,,,-,,,101 L ...,,,, 99 1 00 ---..,,,,101 90 -uw 99 95 03 ,,,,,,,,- 98 02 Northern Indiana Stationery Co. ,,...., Northern Indiana Public Service Co. .,,,,,., i,,,,, 8 4 Northern Indiana Lumber 85 Coal Co. ,.,.., ,,,,,, 9 5 97 03 A .,,...., 89 --.----,-100 L..- 93 94 02 100 87 94 98 85 99 93 92 ...-,..100 93 97 99 96 93 100 'ffffffff 1 os ,-...,,,,100 Page Eighty-lhrce llfi 15 The Aneient Chinese used GAS 500 Years before AlllC5l'iC3,S Discovery . . . . . but little did they know of its many modern applica- tions. Only in the last fifty years have the real possibilities of Gas been developed. Today it has become the cleanest, most dependable and convenient fuel. It has freed the modern home from the old-fashioned drudgery of cooking, water heating, refrigerating and house heating. NIIHTHEHN INDIANA PUBIIIJ SERVICE IIUMPIINY Pg l bij-fuzz STATE BANK OF WHITING GENERAL BANKING INSURANCE PERSONAL AND CONSUMER LOANS Desirable Real Estate for Sale Commercial and Collateral Loans We Make Sound Real Estate Mortgages We desire io grow with you in fimmeial strength and service to flee coneimzinity. We ask ibat you cheek with us the fzrivmzfages of our loan service. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation C. J. BARKDULL, Presizleni Executive Vice President, Standard Oil Co. QInd.j W. R. SMITH, Vice President and Cashier EL' v, ,-.,- Page Eighty-fin' . . . . . . . . .1:1:f:2:1:1:1:1:2:2:g:3.:.- . ....... .x2s. .. -:gg1::3:5:5:5:5:5-'3:g.,:-'-r'-:-'Q .5:s:s:s:s:s:s:ss:s:sS:sg1iEF5ff- - A . 3 1 1 s s S f E I HAPTER GRADUATION" After Graduation . , . especially when your high school days be- corne cherished memories, there is that inevitable parting of friends and acquaintances. So abrupt too! Four years together and probably forever a part. So may we suggest that you get together occasionally in the land created for dancing in the atrnos- phere of truly grand music, color, and above all, good fellowship. MADURAS DANCELAND Dancing The Year 'Round TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS, SATURDAYS, SUNDAYS IQDANCE AND STAY YOUNGD 'ini Page Eighty-isx CONGRATULATIONS C L A S S O F 1 9 4 0 C SPIES BROTHERS, Inc. SINCE 1878 O Mmzufaciurers Of GEORGE ROGERS CLARK CLASS RINGS and ANNOUNCENIENTS C Loop Office Factory Office 27 East Monroe Street 1140 Cornelia Avenue Chicago, Illinois Ihfggv Eigfz fy-. Business Is BeH'er ARE YOU READY? -X new cvcle of prospcrutx rs here The xxorld 1s full of better robs XX e are eqmpped to gne xou f1rst chss ff t and economual methods vour opportumtv to take full advantwge of the busmess upturn Enroll Now Day or Evening Chicago College of Commerce 6309 YALE AVENUE Tel Wentworth 0994 2 Year Degree Courses Busmess Admmxstratxon Accountancy Secretarlal Shori Courses Secretamal Stenographxc Accountmg, Typewrxtmg Bookkeepmg, Comptometer Phone, call or write for Descriptive Literatum e O - O L ' D 7 1 E . , ' " 7 business training by quick, e ec we . l H, I 5 .qv Eigbly-Ui Small jobs Built this Business Tbafs why we respect and welcome them today. They receive the same careful czttelztiofz as of yore. BEN FRANKLIN PRESS 119th Street at Indianapolis Blvd. Phone Whiting 1260-61 PHIL SMIDT 85 SON Fish and Chicken Dinners Open the year 'roumz' Phones: Whiting 25+1612 and 1613 ROBY, INDIANA Page High ty C077ZPli71ZClIfS of STANDARD DRUG COMPANY Central State Bank Building ROBERTSDALE PHARMACY 173 8 Indianapolis Boulevard JENNINGS-MATTERN PHARMACY 1420 - 119th Street MCNAMARA BROTHERS SAM ARONBERG DAVID KISSEN ARONBERG 86 KISSEN J e W e 1 e r s WHITING, INDIANA 1348 - 119th Street Phone 396 BANK OF WHITING Wfhiting, Indiana Established WALTER E. SCHRAGE, President GENERAL BANKING TRUST SERVICE INSURANCE COMMERCIAL ACCOUNTS SAVINGS ACCOUNTS LOANS ON REAL ESTATE AND APPROVED COLLATERAL REAL ESTATE Member Federal Deposit IIZSIHYIIICTC Corporation 1395 ' "1 Page N in eiy-0 The School Interests closest to the heart of the graduate are covered daily in THE HAMMOND TIMES. Activities of the region's schools are featured on the School Page every Sunday. Subscribe to THE HAMMOND TIMES Now . . . , TELEPHONE HAMMOND 3100 . . . . THE L. FISCHER COMPANY LUMBER, sAsH DOGRS and INTERIOR FINISH New York Avenue and Indianapolis Blvd. Phone Whiting 14 Complimwzfs of WILLIAM E. VATER COAL COMPANY Fairbalflas-Morse Sfolzcfrs 1645 Center Street Phone Whiting 34 WHITING, INDIANA 131-su M I, Page Nimfly-Z WEST PARK PHARMACY 820 -- 119th Street Whiting, Indiana F. H. A. Plans and Service C01l'll2lf'fC Lim' of Building Matcrirlls and Specialties INSULATION KITCHENMAID CABINETS DEVOE PAINTS COAL Washed and Dust Treated Stoker Coals High Heat Guaranteed Coal of All Sizes WHITING LUMBER 86 COAL CO. 1951 Schrage Avenue Phone 491-492 DR. M. J. RITTER DENTIST 1417 - 119th Street Phone 545-R WHITING, INDIANA "Eye It - Try It -- Buy Izff' Phone Whiting 1073 SWARTHOUT AND CRAIG, Inc. SALES SERVICE 1105 - 119th Street Whining, Indiana Page Ninety-IlJ1'w SALUTE TO GEORGE ROGERS CLARK SCHOOL! With tlae Compliments Of A FRIEND SPURRIER COMPANY Dealers in HARDWARE and FURNISHINGS Telephone 20 1510-1512 - 119th Street Whiting, Indiana George Rogers Clark - Franklin P. T. A. Extends Best Wishes to the Class of '40 Compliments of RUDOLF'S BEAUTY SALON Page Ninety-four NURSERY STOCK Pl ffireenhouse Whiting 1066 BULBS mms LResidence, Whiting 1066 PERENIALS ILLIANA FLORIST and NURSERY Flowers For All Ocmsions GREEN HOUSE PLANTS 1857 Warwick Avenue Whiting, Indiana "A Complete Home Service Brough! to Hoc' H ooze" NORTHERN INDIANA LUMBER AND COAL CO. Lake Avenue at Penn Tracks Phones 670-671 Corrzplinzelzis of HOOSIER THEATRE MILLETT'S COLONIAL, Inc. SPORTING GOODS REFRIGERATORS RAD IOS 437 State Street Phone 466 HAMMOND, INDIANA I fir' I A-A Page Nlrwly-fix 4' 1 C E C o A L WHITING ICE Sc COAL COMPANY INCORPORATED 2457 Schrage Avenue Phone Whiting 261 BRUCE W. AVERY DENTIST Central State Bank Building Phone 1159 WHITING, INDIANA A - OK GARAGE 819 - 119th Street Whiting, Indiana Phone 870 MECHANICS WITH FIFTY YEARS EXPERIENCE DUTCH KRC BILL HARDACRE THE I-IOPMAN COMPANY Established 1906 CLEANERS AND DYERS 731-733 Sibley Street Phone 5040 HAMMOND, INDIANA Page Ninety Six A Com 1Jli'l1ZCl'lIfS of OWENS FUNERAL HOME JACK Fox asc SONS HAMMOND, INDIANA WE DRESS THE YOUNG MAN IN GOOD TASTE JOSEPH P. BANDOR PROPERTY MANAGEMENT RENTING INSURANCE REAL ESTATE BROKERS Central Staie Bank Building, Main Floor 1902 Indianapolis Boulevard Phone Whiting 11 Compliments 0 f WHITE OAK OPEN AIR FRUIT MARKET FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES 2345 Indianapolis Boulevard Pagv Nixwfy-sf1'f WINSBERGS EVERYTHING TO WEAR FOR THE HIGH SCHGOL STUDENT T Street Phgne WHITING, INDIANA Cornpliments of JOHN CIESAR CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH SALES STANDARD BUSINESS CQLLEGE All C0l7ZlI1f'7'Ci6ll Subjecis Taught GRADUATE PLACEMENT BUREAU 5248 Hohman Avenue Ph01'1C H11mm011d 470 HAMMOND, INDIANA . ' 5 Canchdly .... . . . . A Half Century of progress in your 5 . K S V Cdl1tll'ZUf region and ours finds IIS looking X 5 abeacl and going ahead in 1940 as in 1890. .X 1 V X y , EDWARD C. MINAS CO. Page' Ninely-eight Compliments of jANSEN'S MICHIGAN FRUIT MARKET 1517 Indianapolis Boulevard Whiting, Indiana Phone 1274 Edward Klemm, Proprietor WHITING FLOWER SHOP Floral Decorations For All Occasions 1347 - 119th Street Phone Whiting 526-R Whiting, Indiana Vic Orr Phone 170-W HOOSIER RADIO SHOP Railio Headquarters Westinghouse Appliances Zenith and R.C.A. Radios 1421 - 119th Street Whiting, Indiana LILLIAN EATON SHOP Ladies, Ready-to-Wc'ar -- Infants, Apparel 1309 - 119th Street Whiting, Indiana ILLIANA SHOE REBUILDER Expert Repair Work and Shoe Shining john Johnson, Proprietor 1904 Indianapolis Boulevard Next to Central State Bank Building EORSYTI-I SERVICE STATION Gas, Oil, Accessories - Standard Oil Products Phone Whiting 1645 Corner 119th and Calumet Avenue Whiting, Indiana STILLWEL FURNITURE COMPANY 1450-52 - 119th Street Phone Whiting 1127 Wllifings Indiana I g' ' H Y 1 I F ' ww-T Page N ineiy-nine WHITING NEWS COMPANY School and Office Supplies G 1'c' eting Cards Party Goods 1417 -- 119th Street Phone 775 Complete Standard Lubrication Service SUPER POPPEN'S STATION SERVICE Auto Acressories Tire and Battery Service 119th Street at Wespark Avenue Phone 314-M SI-IIMALA'S Casla Grocery and Market Phone 754 904 - 119th Street Whiting, Indiana LIPAY'S DRY GOODS 1238 - 119th Street Phone 1159 Whiting, Indiana JOSEPH STUDER 85 SONS ,Inc. DELIGHTFUL LUNCHEON MEATS FOR ALL OCCASIONS If You Want the Best, call Studer All Phones Whiting 702 G. WICKSTROM'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP 1635 Roberts Avenue Wlliting, Indiana Compliments of WEST PARK GROCERY xv. L. Tharp and Richard A. Linn, Proprietors Corner 119th Street and Indianapolis Blvd. Phone 710-711 Compliments of I-IOPPEIS SERVICE STATION 1842 Indianapolis Boulevard Corner of Atchison Avenue Whiting, Indiana. M Q Page One Humlrvrl CURLEY QUE 5145 Hohmnn Avenue Phone Hammond 304 Hammond, Indiana DR. WM. LYNCH Phone Whiting 284 TYPEWRITERS STATIONERY WP' T E R ' Ho D 1 N1 AN 53 19 Hohman Avenue Phone 682 ghe TY PE Hammond, Indiana GLENN'S SHOE STORE C om plimenls 0 f FRENCHY'S BARBER SHOP 2056 Indianapolis Boulevard Whiting, Indiana Complimenls of jERRY'S SUPER SERVICE STATION 2146 Indianapolis Boulevard One Block South of 121st Street LEE GROCERY Ice Cream, Pop, Candy - Cigarettes, Nofions, Magazines 916 - 114th Street Whiting, Indiana Conzpliuzelzts of FARRELLS I N- ' 1 '1 Page Om' Hundred Ou: NORTHERN INDIANA STATIONERY CO., Inc. 5307 Hohman Avenue Hammond, Indiana Phone Hammond 111 Compliments of DR. A. E. SCEEREY DENTIST Compliments of MRS. HANLEY,S ICE CREAM STORE 1856 Indianapolis Boulevard Whiting, Indiana Compliments of CLOVER FARM STORE 2321 Indianapolis Boulevard Phone Whiting 1077 Gerald Johnson, Proprietor CHECKER TAXI COMPANY Phone Wfhiting 610 F. GOLD Sc SONS Lake Avenue and Indianapolis 121st and Indianapolis Phone 1595 Phone 1525 Compliments of GAMBINI,S CONFECTIONERY ECONOMY GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET Julius Eichman, Proprietor 1446 Steiber Street Phone Whiting 133-J , X I Page One Hundred' Two Cr 1rr1 plimcnfs of WHITING TRADING POST "Give Us a Try and You'1l Always Buy" 1447 New York ,Avenue and 121st Street Whiting, Indiana Conzplimenfs of INDIANA RED HOTS 119th Street Whiting, Indiana ANTHONY at BROWN SPORTING GOODS 1310 - 119th Street Phone Whiting 737 Whiting, Indiana Radios N orge H ome E J. W. MILLIKAN Sport Shoji Philco and R.C.A.-Victor lecfrical Apjwliunccs Phone 2760 449 State Street Hammond, Indiana Congratuluiions Sefziorxl PARAMOUNT JEWELERS E. W. Hess HAMMOND, INDIANA Ewryflwing in Iewflry Elgin - Hamilfon - Gruen Wafclnvs PATRONIZE POWDER HORN ADVERTISERS I "'l'i"D'N' 4 1 Om' Humlrvil' Tbrr L I7 5 MW 1 x ii-Ejiijgf 'SPS fp! W l -7 -L3-A 'XXI ZX? 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