Gordon Technical High School - Tech Log Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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TECH HIE V' Page'0ne His Eminence Samuel Cardinal Stritch, D. D., Archbishop af Chicaqo The Very Reverend Iohn S. Mix, C. R., Superior-General of ihe Resurrectionist Fathers Carnrnencernent Speaker The Very Reverend Francrs Gordon, C. R., Qrqanizer, Editor, Pastor, Educator after whom the school was named. The Very Reverend Stanley Frolek, C. R., Superior-Provincial of the Chioaqo Provinoe. Preacher at Cornrnenoernent Mass HGH IUG 1955 UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE RESURRECTIONIST FATHERS .W A fm, Vol. II ISUHIIU IHIHNIIIM HIGH SCHllUl 1456 WEST DIVISIUN STREET CHICAGU 22, ILLINUIS Page Five W 1 f i 5, 9 . 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LOUIS TUSINSKI, CR., A.B., S.T.L Fathers' Club Chaplain Band Moderator Senior Moderator Electric Shop, Physics, Physical Science DH. JOHN ANTAL, A.M., Ph.D. School Newspaper English lVg Spanishg Civicsg U MR. FRANK BUTKIEWICZ Camera Club Moderator Science Club Co-Moderator General Scienceg Solid Ceometr Ceometryg Trigonometry. MH. JOHN DIGIOVANNI Head Basketball Coach. MH, MILTON MAYER, A.B, Physical Education Assiftant Coach, MR, STANLEY WOJCIK, AB, Head Football Coach. ,S. History. yg Advanced Algebrag Plane llllllllll 69? MKII J, MH, BRICE GONZALEZ, B.S. Swim and Water Satety Instructor Woodshopg Archtectural Drawing. MR. JOHN HARDT, HS. Mechanical Drawing lg Auto Shop. MR. JOHN MASLA, B.S. Bowling Team Coach Science Club Co-Moderator General Scienceg Chemiftry. MR. WALTER PAWUL, B.S., AM. Algebra l. MH. EMIL VALASEK, B.S., MS. Mechanical Draw.ng I. 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HM XX - ' -Nj , ' -f A I WN ni ' 1 rj' X' V If ,fl nv-J l l X i Door leading io chapel on first floor of Division Sl. building. my-i Hg. 4 ,v 3 :arf .lgf rr -Q ni ,ia ' Qtr' Hands at Mass and Hands in the classroom .-l Purpose of Education at Gordon lust on the tew drops tit writer ore crlwsorlzed hy the wirio fit the Holy 5crfgrif1n'e ot Moss mid this write iii tiirii is trciristibstoritis:ted iiilo the blood ot the liviiiiy Gr fi fhrist, f':'m too FI'luJTi5 fire rriftde fier- Gordcfrt 'llfsli To troristgrrii the gridivigitixl strider into rr truly "Double" cf Qhrist tzre Vxforlier. lt i words oi the CQNSTITUTIQNS QF' THE CCNGRHGATICN QF THE RESURREL'TlON:' . . . to Cutivote also their ti.e. ot the studeritsl wills rrrrd rriorols, dirriiriq rvririeiriolly rrt this thot fl sense ot r'oiisc'ivriCe together with LOVE czrid respeft tor DUTY, he properly developed . . . thereby these yourio rrieri obtoiri CT rerrl mid thoroiixzli qrouridiriq iii the g riizriples Qt lite rtzid trusses thot fortitude which worries from God whiih teors :iothirrq overvoriiws cmd 'ioriqiifirs :rll tliiriiliu CHAPTER Vll, rtfirsmroifli Page Twenty-nine Hllllllll Sacramen: High Mess Fr L Tus"'k -E ::. F ,xx 5, XR SU Fr J Baker, C H. in Marriage Guidance Class. Fr L Cukierfki, CH blessing with Monslrance. Fr. B Ostrega helping wilh disiribuiion ol Holy Communion on Yirs! Friday 1-. ANYAFF 'nag .' Q . d . A,.-...A- ,, .un A...,p r., Joiaoi. .':-i. .fic SLU 9211 fc--:i.':: ci .iioiou-fix tnree-year course in Religion, chrnaxing it the highly specialized moral study of the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony in the senior .Y.2,.,, I o ... The will is taught to discipline itself through the various religious and liturgical practices throughout the year. Weekly Holy Mass the observance oi the First Friday of each rnonth. of the special feast days, the annual retreat Solemn Benedictions, and the lenten W'ay of the Cross present Christ The Worker to the Goraonite in a very graphic and loveable nianzzer. The stuaent soon learns the necessity of living the higher life at the expense and sacrifice of the lower life,-f which again means a strong ana well cliscijolined will. SH"- The acquisition of any lanquaqe is a very satisfyinq experience. And every lanquaae becomes a very useful tool in the hands of a traveler. Latin, however, which at Gordon Tech is an elective, is a much more intriquinq adventure, because as far as the lay World is concerned it is practically a "dead" lanquaqe. To be able to speak as did the people of a great portion of the world from the time of Christ to about 1500 AD., is indeed a challenqe. It is useful too --H useful to the boy who envisions himself in the role of "another Christ" and useful to him who is bent on a scientific or technical career. Page Thirty-two X Fr. J. Bresden, CR. conducting a quizz in Latin Class Tfacliiiicdl suhiects require not only technicfxl skill but dhove fill clfxrity oi expression. The Enqlish cldsses dt Gordon Tech Gini ot this gmirticiildr end. Proiii the very lirst year, lUIldfl1'1'1QNfCIlS fire stressed so ds to enable the student to possess ci firzii toundfrtion upon which he Cdn build his inostery ol the Ainericfin Lonquoge. Stress is laid upon the lfict that without I1 yircrgmr find correct knowledge oi English, success in the fields of Te'-lizioloqy cannot he refilized. Fr B Ustrega, CH. conducting a Senior English Class Ang A The lawfully constituted system ot our qovernment, the intricacies ot its operations alonq with the difterent bodies are studied so as to realize one's responsibility oi Patriotism which is a virtue. The obliqation to vote is presented as a matter ot conscience ot each citizen so as to prevent abuses in the exercise of authority which comes from God. Dr. J. Antal conducting an oral quiz in Senior Civics Class. vi 1X Mr Pawul explaining American History to Sophomores History, the story of peoples' post deeds ond experiences ore discussed in conjunction with conternporory events to show the influences these hoppeninqs have hod, hove, ond will hove on the lives of men. More importont, however, is the fdct thot historicol focts ore not the products of blind foie but rother the outcome of Gods Providentiol designs tor his creortures. HISTURY R. Langford consults T. Bontkowski regarding History homework. L , lf 'i Like the study of Lalin, Spanish too is an eleciive at our school, and it i3 aimed especially at those who would increase their culture as well as at those who have a more practical motive because of the inroads that the Spczhsh- speaking people have been making into the American way ot lite in recent years. Page Thirty-six NI THINIMIES -rc-----Y -A ----' V. Tha study of z1:fwthw1ufm"s 12. Twdfzy '.-.'CrIdf'f1:1:yr? rw fishlxxfrtffd Us Tw 1111pvrpr'f1::c'f1. It 15 Tlxf' 1r.d1sr+1.Ls'1i'nlf'f flflffilllfil' Qwf E?"."f2I'j THQ Aim: 1 ' AUG Higgs :xg':f?'Q:13f1t1"s IINJI' I X INF ifrf. l'Ex','g21' ' wr H12"tr1f'1T',' 'mri Elf3f'Trn,mf,:S GH wly UI1 tm1Tl1-4:.,,11f D, HVFH !','1Slf' prirrlylaes f'fII1I.f'I BQ UI.Ci'4ISTU',Ci f'.lH'y' " 1' '2:J3m11g3" ' 1111C1f-rslfrrldlmig ui 1:11111-'-:1.'1t.' , HMV- 'xi fimrflxf. 'llvgzi fm" . , , . prO1e::tS y3resL1g',pwsf'e 11f:thf111w:""Q we Q' 'Q Vx"Q"1"'J :fr workfrhility Qi rx fJCITt1K'U1fII ,. .r 1, .,,.. Mn. .. in 1 L." Mr. W. Pawul explains intricacies of bi-nornials to G Skweres. 4 iAfg4J'g - Q nr I I 1 I 1 1 r 'WF' 1 N ..-.4 it M X I fi ,f 3. it I " e u .. ,, .N'S'L rua: J'NP1Nf 6'-6' QM lf' I f 0 1 I 1 S, . . vi Q, -.--- .ln ,--,,.---1-sl"1" hsqnqii-Q3 I MXL B 'Iv Q f - f ---'v----W .WA YVY, il.?+ X .Y t A -. i - 1. i ,X i Ax at-we X, . 'Q I f he 3 -we eg-nf -i eg, W- ,W ,' N Nr I . - 7 na, K, -gg' . 3 " ' 1. l ' rg ' - I: F j'IAk .f 4111 Seniors study weather map intently. - X SCH Cl Gi lRAl The study of General Science provides the Freshman with a background and foundation for Chemistry, Biology, and Physifs which they will use in their future years of high school training. PHYSICAl Basic natural laws are imparted to the Seniors in this course. These laws are illustrated and demonstrated in order to show their constancy and immutability under all conditions M except barring a miracle v which also finds it raisond'etre Page Thirty-nine CHEMISTRY The study ol Chernistry presents crn intelligent View ot lcrws contcrined in noture heccruse ploced there hy God. This course introduces the student to o wonderftilled field ol science. Furthermore, this study shows the student the relortionship which exists between the course he is now tokinq ond industry so os to provide rncrn with CI more suitoble world to live in. Mr. J. Masla cautions C. Rompala on experiment. L. Korzen preparing for experiment in Chemistry. B. Rakowski redies to heat chemical solution. L. Kunz explains rise of mercury as C. Metke, Fr. L. Tusinski, CH., and lvl Kopinski look on. C. Kazmierowicz conducls experiment with H. Kilinski and -vi E, Thomas. PHYSICS The study ol Physics deals with nidtter and energy. Especially is interest dccertudted in our ddy in the study ol Physics becduse ol the Atomic Age and more recently the Hydrogen Age. With the did oi ldbordtory techniques in experiinentcrtion the lorces ol ndture dre- demonstrdted to the Senior. Page Forty-one MHTHA ICM IIRAWI G T Gordon Tech, M9f'11cmiCc-11 Dmwirmfy 111Tmc1x1 Dmfimq or ns mi 1S!'JXIlII1ll!11',' Lima-,"w lah r - f1 the student into thv 111ysI0r1r-11:1 'ffwrkirufglz ft the drcrftsmon, HOW the Sfllfifxll: lb-r'1-11:1 if nxpiply bO1h his i11?f5Hwf'i cmd lmmi SiII1UhCIH9Ol1SlY by wwrtrcmyirm :'spw'ifif4 fifffi on paper to be ircrnslfwted Umm Vrowwwtas m th vcwrlous shops hor X :rt sdmfuwl. Tim pw Hr: ObSQfVC'ItiOI1CII1C1 komwss of irzivllewl cm? S11fTfDGIlE?d in M1113 di:sc'iplir1w. Freshmen ln Mechamcal Drawing C iss M Mm: NIIIM nn wml Page Forty three WUIIIISHHP turf Q 1115 1125111 1111 P11 Gordon P10011 arf 1111roC111QGd 11110 1 VJUT GPF 11111 VJ111 fmodwor 1 11 1 GHG or 10 D S010 F1116 QC rrf 0 VXIFIUOII Of mac 11111 1 IS cC,11Q1Cz1111y S 12-SSOC1 f 1, 1 C, Q H 1 C1 G 111.91 C1 11 Q11 v1qc11o11b1y Evnry a1ude11 IS 1 f1111rfd 11 111111 01115 frw 1 FJJSCW FI yfwr 1f rr 1 11 1111119 O 1 111 01119 1 1 roy e 1 Page Foriy four f. If I rf I 111 CQ:111111f'.1c111 '.-J1111 101: 1 1 11911 w 12 1 1 Q 1 ' ' ' 1:11515 ,k '111' 1. , 1411 4' 111f1:111111vs, ' ' 1s1:"'Ql'. .4 . ' 'J pf' 1 ':'?S'.f1H' 1, A101163 w1i11 1110 df1v1v1o1'1111fv:11 of Cromtive 10191115 111 1113 s11"1--1111, 1WfIIIlVV'2f1C r:11d 11.,1f1i1o.1 1, ' gi: ' - r . 1, ' S 1 ' '?1g'J 1, W. 111915: I, 911163113 1111- 111111 411 1111 1115 1r11UC 3 1' f' , 1113 'X 3? Ly. Freshmen at projecis in Woodshop, Mr. B. Gonzalez explains use of hani-plane: io Freshmen l 'J' 5 Page Forty-iive NIACHI I SHUI' R Kwilas operating a surface grinder. Fr L. Cukierski, CR showing D. Schoitens how to run a lathe The birtti Qt Cixi etiqirieor iss cr siiiriii Qrder trfr Ci big opercitiwrt. Niiiiinia iiriridfs cirid cm wxrict riiirid rriiisi bit slcawly cis-Iveviuiwmi firizi qrciriiifiiiy coordinated to meet time rigid df'?iI1fIIldS ui rtrovise iristriiriiwrits ciriii gvowvr riiciviiirivzs. Lirtiwsm siifrriurss, Siirtcivw iiririii-irza, iiiiiiiiiii rricicriiiries arid driii prwssvs firv tiiw riiiiitirtlv riieerrris iisml iii dovwlopiriq yoiiriq iiiriviiiiiiszts mt the tiiiiy Qqiiirrrwed riiriwiiirie sintrv fit Gm-rirtrt Tefii. luis.. rv iwzsirf 1rf:1111r1'1 that the Sopuhomores r fwvivf- iS4'IVf' iw f,'11crc111Ir1qc2 11141111 To c:Q11Ii:11,1G 111011 study 111 thf- 1LlI1dfIIIlCI1tfT1 II1CICf1iY11? shop, 1111c1r'f111c111:: ll5TKL'Ci 111 111111111111 fv11fJ111f-ff'fri11f3 1Il1llf3ff1Ui3 i Uxfy' Sophomores learning how Io handle hand tool C, Murphy running a m1lling machine. HHIIHIII SHUI' To hdrness elec ron through o conductor to complete o circuii is the bdsic study in the field oi Electricity. The progress in this field hos benefited both the home dnd industry. Theory re-inforced with individudl projects in the Electric Shop permit the Iunior to see the principles which underlie oll electrical progress in our ddy. Page Forty-eight - if Juniors work on coils lor a project. Fr. L. Tuslnski, C.H. explains theory of simple motor. Juniors on lamp projects. .gl C. Myszka observes as H. Scholtens puts into prac'ice some theory in electricity. lli0 SHUP Mr. J. Hard! explains fundamentals of auto engine. F Busch and J. Salcik work on auio engine. iT""Q'::. -5 'mi I gl T if .-1... Before duto shops were introduced into the high school curriculurn, CI boy received his training under some form of apprenticeship. Now, however, such trdining hos been greotly gcceleroted by offering prdcticdl automotive ond engineering courses. li d student wonts to ledrn to repdir gasoline, diesel, dnd jet engines, to correctly interpret the various instruments used in the rnost rnodern shops ond ldbordtories, or to ledrn the tundomentdls of engineering, - -he can dcquire this knowledge in the prcxcticdl courses ovdildble in Gordon Tech's well-equipped shops. But the most eldbordtely equipped shop is not enough in itself to prepgre students for industry. There is the skill of working pedceobly dnd together, the development ot which the Resurrectionist Fothers hdve not ignored. A. Naumiec, N. Manlredini and R. Adams set up engine for operation. I gg f fi I I 'buf' 1 A I I , tl 1 K I I .I .ix I I I I iz tlit I ACTIVITIES Sacred Scripture does not tell us very much about the recreaional activiiies ol Christ the Wcrkfr. Yet, inasmuch, as He came to 'lbeconie like one ol us", we do believe that He would fully support and approve the exra fwirriciilar program of our school. Vfe do I-:now that He made the marriage least at Cana a most beautiful and a most happy event, We know that on occasion He would sit on the beaches ol Lakes Genesareth and Galilee and watch, and sometimes direct, the disciples at their fishing. We also know how much pleasure He derived from being with and speaking to the "little ones". Here, at the Gordon Technical High School, there is an ever growing extra-curricular program ot well moderated activities. They play a most important role in complementing the curricular ertort at educating the "whole man", and they take cognizance of the special interests ot a large number ol students. During the current schooleyear, the students of our school received the opportunity of Joining the Camera Club, the "Masaueteers" a dramatic club, the Glee Club, and the Band. Swimming and tennis were added to the sports activities. With the aid of this varied activity program, the Gordon Tech-ite is given every opportunity to explore and to develop his other talents and interests. He is also shown that, as in the lite oi Christ the Worker, good recreation and wholesome social lite are necessary and beneficial to good healh and interesting living. , -. ,r-,- . . . xl 4' X .. A l,,,., .-'TW Ax . --vn."'- - s.f, In ,f-1 f'X-- v I,,',4, --f-f ,H 1.,- ' ,sv -.A ...1 , fn ' V.- , ,f Q ,-L .,f, 44 N . .,, -4 ,. -- H. ,. ,... , .' V' f,x, . 1 Ja f. ,f , .-'.'-vx Q " A h . ,- u. ,. . . " 'f 1 , " 1 1: r -'Yr' W. . 'J fr x-4 mv u O 1.-4 - qv-. v 'lst ,X '3- Jw. n L 4 P,lSk V .fy-x.N.' 1':'vi 4-fhv -' ' N r ,cv . 1 , x 'An LASE I . l 445-552 s Christ is "35"' twdaa' ,SU 1-T0 BAD First low: R. Walejeski, J. Sojka, S. Bartel, A. Ropa, Sojak, T. Kepes, and Figura. Second Row: R.Millano, E. Sheffler, R, Suba, H. Marczuk, J. Pacholczak, Pohlocki, R. Pasowicz, T. Bonlkowski, and J. Halas. Third Row: F. Beilke, P. Walsh, R. Wilke, Mr. J. Sovinec. Fourih How: J. Kania, R. Wroblewski, S. Jerontek, S. Bednarz, Smith T. Radaemacher J. Lynn, and F. Braski. has AQ W:-5' Realizing the cultural value of music, the Fathers' Club liriariced the purchase ot iristruriierits so that a harid may he torrried. With eiiort ori thc students' part and patient teaching cri the part of Mr. lamcs Soviriich, the school can how boast ot a band which performs with qrace not only marches hut also semi-classical pieces. THE BAHIN IIISIS AND HARNIIINIIIIIS MUSIC B Band at Christmas performance HSINS CHRISTWI BUGS 'V' Meyer avails himself of new clipping file . I .3 nn" ,- no ,tn w , 'I H pn" P n ,e gl , ,Q .Q n"' O 'MTN ws- 1 ,A , n ,, U 5 ,W I N, ,nnxw U U . u::.... nal '.' I' DW," Q' .yu " fa 'fllz .--"' ff M -Zi' .I 3 wi!- '-v-,, Szymanski, Bantkowski, Myszkiewicz and Meyer study in the quiet of the library, Fr. E. Zygmunt, CR, Librarian, assists R. Wroblewski in choosing book for Marriage Guidance course. lIBItAItY Scmfe five ttirivrisfxnd vfwiuzuffs ffvrnririsfw ttf-'X library fvf Gordon Trvffti rtirniq with retfvrisrtfe S- "rf firms, ffY'itIiiffCIi section, mid Qirirrmat iitrlrfxtrrrfv sertifni. Efforts are rrirrdct toi11f'rwrr5sfPit:sr:f1s tott1ftkCit rrrwrre Crdcrrvtmhie to P1 techriicrrt Curriculum. a tg' if 4 situ ct NNQWV cum The Science Club dt Gordon Tech hos been orgonized to provide dll students with g pdrticulgr love tor things scientific with the opportunity of furthering their specigl likes extrohcurriculdrly. Although under the control of cr teacher-moderator, the club legves dll avenues open towgrd developing the pgrticuldr tendencies ot the students. As o result, the Science Club is trequented by students whose interests ronge throughout tho physicol gs well os biologicol sciences. Last connections are made tor "Ham" Radio Project. we Q ff Members ot choir in session with Fr. Page Fifty-eight L. Kurlandski, UR. at organ. Singing is as old as mankind. No matter what the situation in the world -W- be it war or peace 4 be it a sad or a happy one Av there is always a form ot singing that is suitable to the circumstance. That is why singing makes such a great and such a genuine contribution to lite in general and to the lite ot a school in particular. How much it contributes to the growth and to the development of a high-school boy, perhaps, cannot be measured with scientific precision. Certainly, it does play a tremendously large role in the lite ot a boy, especially when one considers the growing emphasis upon the worthy use ot a boy's leisure time. The musical activity oi a boy is otten employed as a means of assisting him in making his decision about a career in mucic, in broadening his cultural background, and in helping him develop interests that start with music and then carry over into other fields. Wiih The did of A. M. Oseiok who provided oriqiiiol ideas for this yedrbook idyoui, the Tech Loq STCIH hos managed io produce the drmudi you how hold in your hdrid. A sriirit of co-operation, Siriceriiy ond willingness io help one dhother hos mode this second volurrie d reoiiiy. THIH l0G STAH T. Rademacher, R. Wroblewski, H. Dyhala, G. Serzen, W Hizzeila. Zagroba, Hammond, w 1 Hryniewicz, Fugiel, S f +9 '01 S '.r x J , , 0 " , My 4 Q 4 Q is-5' ybxx 4 55M- and Napolitan Dorothy Podraza dictates as Alice Rudzinski types. Mr. Kenyon holds preliminary sessions with Drama Club under the chaplaincy ol Fr. E. Zygmunt, CR. Fr. E. Zyqmunt, C.R. supervising separation of stamps in stamp contest conducted lor the misfions. tllllll HUURS IIRIIIIR IRAIIIIINR Rules ot the Road are given to R. Wroblewski, C. Myszka, and C. Rompala. Hompala, Dziedzic, and Szymanski take Distance, Night Driving and Vision Acuity Tests. ln co-operation with the Chtcaqo Motor Club and KawellfWallcer, the local Ford Dealers, Gordon Tech has orqanized a prograrn ot Driver-'l'raininr.5. The purpose ot the course is to teach the student safety and precaution at all tirnes, courtesy on the road, and last but not least: to drive a rar is a responsibility which one assurnes once the wheel and controls are handled when the car is in rnotion Slllill G PARIIIS Thanks to the Studenl Moderator, Fr. L. Tusinski, CR. we have been fortunate enough io sponsor four skating parries during the '-N N' ' '9 .3 last Scholastic Year. These parties have to ,9 I greatly contributed to the making oi many new acquaintances whom We merely knew by sight in school. S-.F Checking in for a skaiing pariy. Display of skaies at Rlverview caiches the feminine eye. Scenes from Football Dance held al St. Hedwig's Parish Hall on occasion of presenting awards to football players. l00lIlAll Il EES Two dances underlined the importance ot sportsmanship at Gordon Tech. Tho first ol these was hold at St. Hedwicjs Ballroom November 26, l934. Men who have worked so hard on the Varsity and Freshman gridiron were awarded with letlers and sweaters. The second dance held at Gordon Gym on February l9, l95'i had as its purpose to present the new Head Football Coach in the person of Mr. loseph Osmanski, a former member of the Clnaaqo Bears Football Club. Page Sixty-four Fr. L. Gracz, CR., Principal greets Coach J, Osmanski as R. Yanule looks on 1" l l H 1 A Fr. L. Cukierslri, C R., Athletic Director introduces Principal ot Gordon Tech with Coach J Osmanski R. Yanule presents football Coach J. Osmanski as Frs L. Cukierski, CR. and L. Cracz, CH., Principal look on. Coach Usmanslci gives his acceptance speech as new mentor tor the Cordon Hams. THE PHIIIVI The scene Ot this YGCIYIS Prom was the Mll.'l11CjCIIl Room iii the Eciqewciter Becivli Hotel Peter Cook cmd his Orchestra provided suitable music' tor thfit oeccisicm so qrefit iii every 351110115 lite. The preliiiiiririries were tifiridled hy the 171111111 Ceiniiiittee voiiiposed ot Seniors Linder the slfilhill quidciricire of Fr. 1.01115 Ttisiiiski, CTR., the Senior iiiodercitor, Mciy 6111, 1955 the Clay Qt the Prom will ever reiiifiih ci riiemorcible ciriy 1:1 the life ot the 1955 qmcluciiihq Class cis CI last sccrifil event ot their hiqh school days. -4' Q E 7. E. Thomas and F. Guzik enier the lobby of lhe Michigan Room while J. Kania lolls behind with D. Krott and A. Osetek. E, Thomas watches as his date, Frances Hprelties up" between dances While J. Kania dances with Dolores, Thomas, Frances and Anne relax a bit Their smiles are indicative that an enjoyable time was had by them. CUIVINII CENIE I This is the Oricv dfiy iii thQ lite of ri high school studmit. To hftve finished the tniir-your course fit CI hiqh school not only is Ci wonderful fic,-iiie-Veiiiieiit, but qmdurttioii seems to sort ot put tho iftst qerri into the Crown thcit wftss heiiiq built tor ct 1011 1 tiiiie. Benediction with Blessed Sacrament conferred upon all after the distrlbution of Diplomas. fra: All in readiness lor ihe Graduation Mass io begin. THE SENIOR CLASS IS PROUD OF THE VARIETY OF HONORS ITS MEMBERS ACHIEVE On this day we cannot help but ao back in our mind to all those who have made this day possible for us. Thai is why we feel so much qraiiiude toward our teachers, our parenis, and our class-mates. We only hope that with this day of our graduation, there will begin a life that will be useful to all. Page Sixty-nine fkw The Holy Father, Pope Pius Xll said that "A good society is one in which nien live freely in unity, loving one another, co-operating with one another, acquiring a social virtue by practicing it." Gordon Tech's Mothers' Club indeed fulfills this definition of a good society. M We I . X in la u . . . X XG ! - . NIHTHHES lllllll Working with one another, they have contributed large sums of money to maintain this school as one of the finest technical schools in the city. Above all, the Mothers' spiritual aid prograrn of prayers have obtained for the faculty health and strength to carry on in the teaching profession. Administration Clockwise: Mrs. Schefller, Mrs. Tryba, Mrs. Cora, Mrs. Jeruntek, Mrs, Skopeck, Fr. L, Gracz, CR., Chaplain, Mrs, Uzdrowski. if Upper Picture: The present administration ot the Fathers' Club shows clockwise - Casimir Szczepinski, Trustee, Anthony Adams, Trustee, Carl Mantsch, Trustee, Joseph Sojka, Financial Secretary, John Walejeski, Jr Recording Secretary, Raymond Braski, Treasurer, Michael Milano, President John Kelliher, Vice-President and the Rev. Louis Tucinski, CR., Chaplain Lower left: The Rev. Peter Fiolek, CR., Editor ot the Banner Magazine Michael Milano, President, and the Rev. Louis Tusinski, CR, Chaplain talking things over with Mr, Joseph Pranica, Treasurer of the P.R.C,U during a break at the Fathers' Club November "Autumnal Magic" Dance at the Wonderland Ballroom. Lower right: Another scene lrom the dance shows Mr. and Mrs. Louis Urbanski enjoying themselves on the dance floor, Page Seventy-one HllHHtS Z" X SPUHIS Sp fri 111 1 vfmo gmed form plays Cm mtelqml Um 111 H1 fNdLlfL'TUOI1 of thg CIdOlGSC'DIli C11 Gordfm Iffh S-mme man 1S cr Composxte of th plflfllfll rmd the IHAIIQTICII Qflthohc Educcmon cmmot ov rlook the physmcil crspe i of mem S mu Q A h olthy mmd m C1 sound body may b CTN old Spfrrtcm dlctum but v1ewQ-d 111 mcper Derbpec uve lt 13 not wlthout mem A S14 kly body ls often CI deterrent to dmbmo 1 W ll CI To SD1fl ucrhty The he-lc of 11104311 me P'I'I1"7hCTi1ZGS thls mor and mom Wlfh wh dCy And who IS 'more lmooncmt IS 1119 cr 1 thm FI sou md rmd vlgorous body can 11 U16 Gordo me lmlmte hms model Chnst 'He WI mer mm imthfrlly and more eamly I Pikes FT lot of Coumqe mortlfxccmon clwd C'C'T1f1CQ To hve so cfs to reach the end for A C731-Cifufl Tn ch by Ori 19 orqcuuzed on the HW xcml hdLlCOi1OI1 the mtromurcrl find Um mier KITOIFIQTJC leveli The Phy Ed Classes rim df ugrled SQ Us to rvrowde The exerclses cmd drllls MGT me bnslc to the health of the humcm body CIS Such The mtrcrmurol prcqrcuu qlvfl cw lmqe number of studenw the Q L nuluty To pfxrtxmpcle to cf qreciter degree: m such q Hues as baseball baske-ibcxll Gnd vclmy bill The 1lfGISChO1CISf1C competmon vfiords in bovs who are already blessed w1th I Gmc ulcxrly :good health and stronq bodus th hfdded lmuetus of competmven phybmal smfe NVh1le the VGTSITY Teams Crt Gordon Tech have xml been farmq too Well both 011 the Qf1d1I'O1'1 and the hczrdcourt 51111 they are our pmde mud Joy We feel for 1119111 as they puiimq ou C111 then Qiiort Come out on the 511011 end of the score However as the future of the vcirsl y teams 1OOIIlS more brlqhtly than m the r C151 we wlbh to r mmd them that that 100 lb on way of mu CT 1 IQ ChT1St the Worker 111 H15 l'1L1IT11l1iY cmd m H13 uncoYnplC11r11r1q dLfQl'IU1I1Uf1OH even 10 the death on the press fu Ill? 'bn , fs , , , , u ' ' 'rv I ' ' V ,, Ff . ' , Q ' - K - z, 2 K , v , , , ' Q C nlfi H A , . , 'r , K l : as ae 3 t . , , , ' C , , , , , S X, PT I . T A , ' ', ' , - I fxff ,.' , r ' F1-fq l wx X xl 4 V W l X. X 1 K 1 , , .A , 'N , , J ' 1 Q '. T I A , ' ' ' S 1, f whrch mmm WGS Lrecued by God. A w fc 3' , 7 . , P ,, 5: 4 5 ,.. A H' , Afl' w ' ' 1 . , , N N -5 , , . f NWN X X V 'X - ' f x . , , 4 W . . A , N -1 f , . , 1 , N ,1 ,F Q k A A , 1 H ,. -' . ' , . X I-J-9 , ,Ja--. 'I I '- . , 'a 'o I . , 1 fog . . . 'QL . -- , , II. I fp. I I v Aj .V , 9 , . 1 v , ' ' ' 'ff '. FUUTBAH First Row: W Strenski, J. Bendorms C. Kazmlerowicz, R. Adams, L. Zapdel, S Horvath. Second Bow: Rev L Cukierski. CH, Athlefic U rcclor, D. Hytlewski, P Kardasz, D Stopka, R. Yanule, J Consentino, H. Mavczuk N. Sfopka, H. Suba, Mr S. Wojcik, Coach Third Row: C. Melke, Mgr, T. Biqda, E. Niewladomski, J. Swleca T. McManamon, R. Bigda. J. Richert, E. Clarcoit. F RESHMAN TEAM Firsl Row: M. Kazmierowlcz, K. Kasper, K. Pclz V. DeB.1ro, J Bozych P. Torina, D. Wenc, J. Zawilenski, H. Biesiada. Second Row: Mr. M. Mayer, Coach, W. Siekierski, J Cier, K. Myszklewicz, H, Zyniewicz, R. Spida, D. Wierzal, L. Mufzyn, W. Lewis, D. Zmmerman, Rev. L. Cukierski, C. R., Athletic Direcior, Third Row: T. Wade, E. Szudarski, F. Braski, N. Smolenski, R Slezewski, M. Bargiel R. Kopala, S. Lempa, R. Stachowicz. R. Yanule and N. Stopka converge on a Weber ball carrier. H. Adams tights his way for a few yards. R. Adams W. Strenski, and P. Kardacz smother a Weber thrust. Changed from SEARS to RAMS D. Rytlewski breaks up a Weber pass. HIUIBAH SCHHIS I D WMU d UU TCO T TCO? VARSITY SCORES 151 M0 Wer er Coach S Wolclk Wlfh C Kazmlerowlcz and H Yanule Co Capialns Page Seventy SIX ItASltHBAll SENIOR VARSITY TEAM first Row: T. Niespodzianski, J, Wegrzyn, C. Murphy, E. Golec, S. Muscarello, G. Gustafson. Second Row: Rev. L. Cukierski, C.R., Athletic Director, J. Wadas, Mgr., W. Lang, L. Knipp, R. Kunz, H. Yanule, L. Knuz, Mr. J. Diliiovanni, Coach. IUNIOR VARSITY TEAM First Row: W. Cwik, H. Czapla, R. Bura, R. Cetnar, H. Kwilas. Second Row: Rev. L. Cukierski, UR., Athletic Director, J. Wadas Mgr., J. Lusak, L. Zajdet, V. DeBaro, C. Elkin, Mr. J. DlGiovanni, Coash. , Page Seventy-seven H. Czapla and I., Kunz are groomed by Coach J DiGiovann1. C. Murphy breaks through SP. Patrick's defense for a basket. H. Czapla attempts to recover ball from backboard. BASItHItAll W. Lang in toss oft for two points agalnst Weber. Graduating Athletes, R. Yanule, C, Kazmierowicz, Rev. L. E. Golec, L. Kunz, W, Lang, R. Yanule, C. Murphy. Cukierski, C. R, H. Adams, J. Cortsentino. vu, ve ll! llIIIi. Ili 13 BANTAM TEAM first Row: D. Zimmerman, P. Torina J. Borkowski W. Lewis D. Perry, C. Gustafson Second How: Rev. L. Cukierski CR. Athletic Director J. Wada Mgr., L. Knipp, H. Kunz, J. Wegrzyn, L. Murzyn, Mr. M Mayer, Coach. CD. Wierzal, missing? FLY TEAM First Row: C. Elkin, R. Cetnar, J. Golec W. Cwik R. Kwilas A. Kwilas. Second How: Rev. L. Cukierski, CR., Athletic Director J. Wadas Mgr., J. Lusak, T. Szczotkowski, A. Targos, R. Bura, V. DeBaro Mr. M. Mayer, Coach. ll Sllllllllll SIIURES Praetlee lmmee I UNIORS SENIORS l Ber1ed1 l rdf G rd 1 St Mwbd l ordr C rdon St Leo crde c Per nel-1 ordo Cordr Gordon C order Cordc Cordfr Cordo our Sl Bened1 l Senn WUSllbUTIl0 Sullrvdn WUQl1bUfIlO Sl M1Cl'1d l Cordor Cords 1 Cordon Cordon C rdc league Scheduled bames SENIORS Round I IUNIORS Round I f brdor Gordon COTdOI1 Gordon Cordon Cordo 1 Cordo 1 Gor o11 S1 Pain lc De Pdul Holy Tnrnly St Georqe St lqndlm Sl Mel Weber St Plnlrb Cfr on C ordon Cordon Cordon C ordon Cr rdon C crdon Cc rdon Round II Round U Cordon Cordon Gordon Gordon Gordo 1 St PCIlI1ClC De Paul Holy Tnnrty St George Cordon Cordon Gordon Cordor Gordon Cordon Gordon Cordon Sl lqndlrus St Mel Weber Sl Pl11l1p Gordo 1 Cordon Gordon Page Erghly one Mlflll Be1ed1 1 S r 1 W l1b1rr1e S11 l vd WUblllWllTT1 M 1 P nr De Prrul Ho y Tnnrly St George St lq11dtuS S Mel Weber Sl Pb1l1r Sl l3dlr1Cl4 De Paul Holy Tnnny St George St lqndnus St Mel Weber St Pl11l1p o I C,lMlllffIl,, 48 S. L o lff '14 Go 111 , 38 Sl. berledlcfl -o 1,1 , ,,,,47 . Q e , , 5l Cl 131, ,, 35 Sl. '31 fel So' ,,,,,4'1 . ,, ,,, ,,,, 86 511 li 33 Sl.l.,i1C1 Gorrlgrg , , ,,,,, 37 , 11' ' , ,,, ,,,, , 57 G 1 '21, ,,, QQ FE-Il'JJlfflC , , C1 7lJI1 ,,,,, 76 . '15 , ,V 37 1 ,1i, ,, Zi St. ,r , lff. 1 '1,,,,,,,,,35 " ..e.,,,,,,. 52 l 1, , ,38 e1r ,,-,,, 1 11,,,, ,,,,fn6 ' ,,,,, 4l :Z ' 1, , ,46 ds 1. , fl , ,,-. 48 ' ,,,,,,,- 57 1 ,1'1, , ffp 'l 1' n ,, 1 , ,, ,wfnb ,. M, , 53 1 ,,1,, VU E .. e 11, sn, ,, 1,66 . ' e , , il 1 ':L,,, , , 26 ST. iclmel C?1,r1lr1r1, ,, ,,,,, 411 F9llVJ1Clf. , ,,, 'Q Gfzrdozn, , l79lT'fJ1CTlC ,, , I 3, d , , ,512 . ri , e- 72 '1 ' ' 1, ,, St. I rfflc , 1 , ,, 45 , 58 ' ,,,, ,,- .1 ' ,,, 42 ' ' ,W ,, 47 1 41 l' 1 .,,.,,,v 43 . ,,,,,e, 72 ,-- ,,,-38 , , , 3 , , ,714 . A ' ss , , 68 1 ,36 . 1 73, Y Y YYYY , ,, ,,-,,, ,C 7 I , l. ,,-, 21' ,,,,, , 43 , ,, ,, ,, 44 1 1 , 27 f , ,, 17 ,' Y, ,,,,,,36 , W ,,,,,, ,,- 79 ,,- Y-, 34 . N 7,- 1 ,,,,,.,, 40 . ' , , 66 1 -M WSU . ' , 1 ',,, 1,,, 72 , ,, ,,,, ,H 86 1 ,N - 1,48 ,,, ,, ,,,.,, 60 ' ' -,, 68 ,,.,,,,,,56 ' ' ' 1 1 ,,,1 ,,,--89 . ,,,, ,1,,, 94 .,,,, , ,,,72 . , - 1 ,,.ve,., 52 . ' ,,,,,, 76 r,,--,-,39 . ' 1 ,,,...,, 60 . ,.,,,,..,,,.,,6O !n,n..,,-46 . -nf Hd--WSI ,,,,,,,,,,, 94 1 ,1-,,,,,1-44 , ,,,, 1 ,,,,,,A ,, , " ,,,,,,,,-, 59 ,,-.H,,,36 . " V yx First Bow: D. Schans, J. Pstrzuch, K. Myszkiewicz, H. Smolenski, H. Kwiek, J. Borkowski. Second Row: F. Koi, Mr. B. Gonzalez, Coach. 2 5 Q ,,- Q To afford a variety to students in the field ol sports, the athletic department has introduced swimming under the direction ol Mr. Brice Gonzalez. As other sports, the purpose of this sport is not only to develop the body but to build charaater. Ability, couraqe, and sportsmanship have characterized the men on the swimming team here at Gordon. -ali ' SWINIIVII G X NM WL 0 BUWH li 7 HAM K. Pajak and Mr. J. Masla, Coach. BUWLIIIG CAPTAIIIS First Bow: W. Rizzeiio, E, Thomas, Mr. .I Masla, Coach, C. Myszka, E. Niewiadomski Second Row: D. Tynus, D. Reika, W. Strenski, G. Snarski, H. Talles. 3 g--1 lf" "N 1? N? '54-iv Dorothy Podraza, Camille Bukowski, Dlanne Walters, Ellen Shaefter, Dolores Ferris and Alice Rusinski CHlHlllAIlHlS With two Gordoriiie Sogihorriores of lriter viritfiqe the young ladies rfifftured dbove hrrve qiveri our frthletes rriorfil support duririq Football frrid Bdsketbfrll Serrsmis. Their efforts mid f?Illl'1llSlf1SI'I1 have frroiised the Spervtdtors to help them in Cheeririq tedms to dt least "hear-victories" fit fill qdmes. The Cheerleaders do deserve Cr vote of thftriks for beiriq so faithful to their duty in pledsfmt mid iriclemerit wodther. Page Eighty-four Nlll llliltllll lllllll Following the S, beginning al lhe bottom J. Bochniak, S, Horvath, J. Szczepinski R. Adams, L, Zajdei, H. Czapla, J. Bendoritis, E. Coles, W. Strenski, N. Stopka P. Kardasz, C. Kazmierowicz, C. Metke, J, Wegrzyn, H. Marczuk, T. Niespodzianski, R. Yariule, L. Kunz, C. Murphy, and G. Gustafson. "G" symbolizes greatness, courage, and sportsmanship in the field of sports. These men have worked very hard and qave their best in the field of athletics. The labor of each one of them was not that of an individualist or an eqotist but rather the cooperative effort toward a definite end. To be a clean-cut Christian sportsman rather than just an athlete was the desire that motivated them all. GUN W pg tu!- ,' 7 1 L ,lf A '4. li-fd" Pg 454 yly- ii Golf is a new sport at the Gordon Technical High School. Not too many ot our students have had the chance to learn very much about this sport before coming to school. However, qettinq out into the open air, in surroundings that are niost pleasant, is a benefit which we tully appreciate. Car Colt leant is comprised of the tollowinq: Robert Milano, Ted Fuqiel, Robert Getnar, Michael Szyrnanslci, Edmond Schettler, and l-lenry Fzapla captain Ft Milano T Fugiel R Cetnar M Szymanski E Schettler H Czapla FSL'-if First group ol Alumni being sworn into Alumni Association by Rev, L. Gracz, UH., Principal. MUNI I ALUMNI PATRONS Len Gesinski Lambert Graczyk James Hill Edward Kwiel-r Robert Lebak Joseph Machala Carl Mantsch Leonard Sujdak Norbert Szczepczynski John Trolimuk Kenneth Wadas Kenneth Wagner Every high school commencement day has its nostalgic air. On the one hand it has its radiant ioyg on the other hand, it means the dissolution to a certain degree ot ties that have become very dear over a four-year period. However, that is where the Alumni Association comes into its own. While one must graduate, nevertheless, he need not cut these ties completely. Graduation only means the enrollment into the Alumni Association in which one can still come to the help and add to the glory ot his Alma Mater. The Gordon Technical High School Alumni Association originated with the first graduating class ot 1954, under the chaplaincy ot the Rev. Iohn Bresden, CR. Since then it has already participated in a number ot school artairs and it has also promoted projects ot its own, such as dances, smokers, and regular attendance at the sports events ot the school. Today the Alumni Association is on the verge ot growing. lt will soon install the graduating class ot 1955. The present administration of the Alumni Association is comprised ot the following' Leonard Suidak, President, Stanley Malek, Vice-President, and Kenneth Wadas, Seceretary and Treasurer. The present chaplain is the Rev. Lawrence Kurlandski, CR. Every Alumni Association should prove to be a big boon to the school, and we expect that our Alumni Association will do the same. At least, they do have the spirit. Ot the original titty-tour members, ll are in college, lO are in service, and S3 are busily engaged in making a gainful living. Page Eighty-seven fx rm' l' elffggvi lll TH Upper Lell Russ Morgan Introduced to Students by Srg Sakowlcz Upper Rrghl Mothers Club testlmon al dlnner to Athletes Lower Lett Chrlstmas Crlh on Comdor Lower Rrghl The Very Rev Stan Frolek CR Provxnclal Superior blesses statue ot Rrsen Chrlst on mam corrldor ol mann burldrng Middle: Van Ess gathers toys for underprivileged children. Page Eighty-eight Fathers oi Gordon Faculiy relax during visil of Mr Jozwik, BI IIACIUHS Rt. Rev. Msgr. T. Czastka, P.A. Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. Rev. W. Raron, C.R. Rev. U. Broecolo Rev. C. Brzegowy, C.R. Rev. J. C':f1piga, C.R. Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. Strzycki Zelezinski Rev. S. Duda, C.R ev. P. Lenczyk C.R ev. V. Lesiak, C.R ev. J. Mysiliwiec, C.R Rev. J. Polinski, C.R. HOLY FAMILY ACADEMY ST. ELIZABETH NURSERY S. KOZIQL M.D. Mr. B. Acicfrrrowski Mr, E. Ries Mr. R. Brcrski Mr. E. Cukierski Mr. I. EiIC1r Gore and Kaye Mrs. E. Hcrrdt Mr. V. Icrrricki Mr. E. Iozwik Kc'rweIIfVVCrIker Mr. I. Kleszczyk mud Sorrs Mr. C. KurICrr1der BTATORQVVICZ M.D RESURRECTION ON NURSERY C. PRZYPYSZNY, M.D. Mr. C. Noqcrl Mr. I. Meeqcrr Palm EIeCiriC Motor Repair 51 Sales Mr. E. Schefiler Mr. W, Stcrvirroqo Mr. H. Turner Mr. G. Urbcmski Viqrrolcr Furniture Mr. I. Walejeski C O . Mr. I. Wctrrrer Mr. I. VVIIIQ Mr. A. Zumt Mr. 5 Mrs. M. Zyqmurr: Page Eighiy-nine Fr. Provincial addressing sturlenis. Af .631 . , gi, s fe Y, Ill I all Rt. Rev. Msar. lohn S. Collins Rt. Rev. B. Urba Rev. Chester A. Brzeqowy, CR. Rev. l. P. Holley, St. Bartholomews Church Rev. Matthew C. Malley, Bethatte, lll. Mr, and Mrs. Anthony M. Adams S. C. Burneli, DDS. Dr. 6 Mrs. Thaddeus Bresden Alderman ci Mrs. Matthew S. B1-sszczad Mr. and Mrs. l. Czarny Father CS Son Service Station Freshman A Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Golec Mr. and Mrs. loseph Golec ln Memory oi Congressman Martin Gorslci Harrietis Bake Shop. 819 N. Milwaukee Ave. K. G K. lewelers Mrs. 0. L. Kahn Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kalacinski Kamysz-Mrozelc Food Store Mr. and Mrs. losernh Kania Mr. G Mrs. lohn Karitarski Mr. ci Mrs. 'Walter Kaplan Mr. 6 Mrs. L. Kardasz Dr. ci Mrs. Walter M. Karr Mr. ci Mrs. I. Kasiewicz Mrs. Kieres Edward Kisla Klein All Cleaners lohn Kleosa Stephanie Klensa Carla Marie Klirnok Mr. QS Mrs. lohn Klimelc Mr. of Mrs. Stanley Klosinski Max Kloslcowski Leonard Kosiroa Kostal Bros. Samuel Kostelny QS Son Kotrba Druq Store Mr. ci Mrs. l. l. Koszycki Miss Renee Koy Mr. 6- Mrs. C. Koziol Dr. Stanley Koziol Miss Stelle Kraiewslci Cisca Procession Hill IIS Krasniewslo Pharmacy Lis Furriers, CEd. I. Kolasa, Pror:.l Marrese Heating ci Plurnhinq Co. Gerald Gwen McDonald, MD., tMix Memorial Fflinicl Ne-iqhhorhood 'forrirvaiiy Florian Pondzinski Mr. 51 Mrs. Paul l Primeau Polish Academic" Qlub, Chicago Mr. 6 Mrs. M. Rail G Family Mr. 35. Mrs. C. Romriala G Family Mr. QS Mrs. Al. Cf Roca St. Paul Federal Savings Mrs. Mary Schwartz Sophomore Class A Mr. CS Mrs. Casimir Szczepinski 26th Ward Reqular Democratic Qrqanization United Novelty Mia. fo., iVal lanickil Mr. QS Mrs. lohn Van Ess lOS9Dl1 A- VVOiciechowski iFuneral Hamel Zulinslci Funeral Home SPO SUHS Msgr Vlc or Blahunlfa Bev S I Brandstrader B v Iohn Bor czky Bev Frank A Plwk St Mark s ChurCh Adnnral QOHICTIIIGT I ornpany Alhance Press Q Grabowskr 6 5 hesterl Ambrose Mr Andelson B 6 G Hardware 6 Supply Co Beau Brummel Cleaners Mr 6 Mrs I Blada Mr 6 Mrs I Borkowsla M 6 Mrs Stanley Bubacz Mr 6 Mrs Fred Busch Mr 6 Mrs Franms Buczkowskl Ioseph Bryk Sr Kaz Cabanslcr Casanova Tavern Mrs Irene Cetnar Mr 6 Mrs Stanley tnar C hubby C hrcken Farms Iol1nM Loan Truclang Vlnc nt G De1n7er Mr 6 Mrs Walt r F Dybala Mr M1chael H Drygalskr Ewald Funeral Home Fam1ly C1rcle Dehcatessen Flarnlngo Card 6 Gttt Shop Cattke s Meat Market Mr 6 Mrs Iohn G Gedes Mr 6 Mrs A Gedvrlle 6 Sons Gene and Barbs Frank Gladkowskr Mr 6 Mrs Stanley Crywaz Mr 6 Mrs N1 lc Holtlcaus Mr 6 Mr M Hozlan George O Ibsen Iack s Super Food Mart Inc Kanzen Drug Karzen Drug The K1r ten Funeral Home Mr 6 Mrs Arnold H Kmpp Mr 6 Mrs Kobos KOSIFOQ Pharmacy Mr 6 Mrs Stanl y Kurczak Dr 6 Mr M1chael S Krupa Mr 6 Mrs Iohn Kruz l Ladrslaus Alumnr Prep Club Ladrslaus Ir Holy Name Club Lakesrde Supply Co Mr 6 Mrs Stanley Lempa Lou1s Levltsky Mr 6 Mrs T Luches Bobert H Lundgren Mr 6 Mrs Wrlham Machacek Mr 6 Mrs Leonard Machal Malec Funeral Horn Marc1e s Tavern Mr 6 Mr S Malka OD Max Llquor Store CM Kasprowmcz Propl Mrke s Barber Shop Mr 6 Mrs Fred Meyer Mr 6 Mr Ierorne L Mostek Mr 6 Mrs Ioseph Muhr Mr 6 Mr Stanl y Murzyn Mrs l Myszlca Nor El Inn Nu Seal fYOITb1I1CI1OIl W1ndow 6 S1d1ng C o Mr 6 Mrs Ft Cleskl Mrs M Qrzeehowskr Eugene Osmskr Mr 6 Mrs Iohn Pacholczak 6 Son Mr 6 Mrs Io enh Palkov1 I B Pallasch 6 Sons Mr 6 Mrs B Pendzlnskr Peoples Feaeral Savmgs 6 loar As nr Chlcago Mr 6 Mrs Charles Petku Ph1ll1ps Bak ry Mr 6 Mrs Thomas P1erce Mr 6 Mrs Edward Poznrak Progress laundry Co Alderman 6 Mrs Bernard C, PTUSIIIQICI 6 Mrs Franl' Pytlarz 6 Mrs Henry Bademach r 6 Mrs Paul Flakoncay 6 Mrs Mrtclsell Bampola K Bopa and Sons 6 Mrs Walter A Bopa os P Bostenkowsk 6 Mrs .Alexander Busalc 6 Famny 6 Mrs Ioseph Saracco P S Scharns Famrly Mr 6 Mrs Walter S1ek1ersk1 Dr Iozet Smral k Mr 6 Mrs P Sn olu h Mr 6 Mrs E Sobreskr Sodahty ot St Iohn Cant1us Sophomore Class B Sophomore Cla C Mr 6 Mrs Phrlhp Stobrat Mr 6 Mr Bert Stolarz Bepr 6 Mrs E A Strys1k Mr 6 Mrs F Szymansk1 E I Sawstrlc MD Mr 6 Mrs I Tomc1k 6 Famrly Mr 6 Mrs V1ncent W Tondryk Mr 6 Mrs Herbertl Vogt Mr 6 Mrs rhomas Wade A S Wegrzyn H G We-hr11ger MD Western Poultry Co Clarence S Wratrak Mary W1lczek Ioseph A WO1C1GChOWSk1 6 Son Charles P Worcrk Iewelers Mr 6 Mrs Iohn Yanule Young Ladres Bosary 6 Mrs Gene Zachacla Frank Zacharskl 6 Mrs Leo 7aw1slak Mr 6 Mrs Mrtchell Zawrslak M1tchell Iohn ZSUVIH Mr 6 Mrs Frank Zych Mr 6 Mrs Martm Zygmunt . l J fs . . l , t - D. . e . e . s. e 1 l -J 1 L ' ,J f - - I . s 'C V - 4 I ' I I . of , , . 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Bednarz Helen Berezniak Bel-Park Food Mart Mr. 81 Mrs. Stanley Ben Ben Betty Brostek John Bidecka Ed Bidus Mr. 81 Mrs. Max Biesiada Ball 81 Riggs Bill's Woods Ouality Meats Bill's Woods Mrs. Catherine Bieszczad Joseph Bluderek Mr. 81 Mrs. Edward Bontkowski Mr 81 Mrs. Edward J. Buck Brenner's Bicycle Store Mr. gl Mrs. Raymond J. Braski Mr 81 Mrs. Dan Brown Mr Ignatius Bruzas Christine Brydniak Ann Marie Bryk Jane Bryk .Joseph Bryk, Jr. Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Brzezinski Mr 81 Mrs. C. Brzozowski Josephine Cabay Frank Can Trucking Co. Raymond A. Can Ruth M. Canty John Caithmer 81 Family Car-Del Hardware, 2402 W. North Carlos Food Mart Carmen Centile Food Store Cascade Barber Shop Mr. 81 Mrs. Chester Casper Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Casper P. Castagna Certified Polish Food Store Mr. 81 Mrs. Harry Chanski Charleston Cleaners Pl-lllt S A Pep-Bally Preparation. The Chicago Board ol Trade Observatory Mr. 81 Mrs. Frank Chiocca Helen Chodor Mr. 81 Mrs. John S. Chudzik Mr. 81 Mrs. W. Chrapla Mrs. L Ciechanowski Joseph Ciesla Mr. 81 Mrs. Andrew Ciura Mrs. T. Cius Mrs. L. Clark Ed. J. Coan 81 Family Edward J. Coan, Jr. Joan M. Coan Mr. 81 Mrs. Peter Coconato Colonial Milk Products Compliments Leonard Cook Cooper's Pharmacy Wilma S. Carey Corner Market Josephine Cosentino Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Consentino The Gray Family Mr. 81 Mrs. E. H. Creadon Margaret Creadon Mr. 81 Mrs. Jack Cusack Mr. 81 Mrs. Arthur Cwik Mr. 81 Mrs. Waller Cwik Mr. 81 Mrs. William Cwik Mr. 81 Mrs. B. Czapla Mr. 81 Mrs. Anton Czerwiec Mr. 81 Mrs. S. Czesak 81 Son Joseph Cychner Anna Dadal Charles Damek 81 Son Mr. 81 Mrs. Nick D'Andrea Angel Delourdes Dickie, Janet and Kathy Zen Dobosiewicz Doc's Service Station M. V. Dornslauder Co. John S. Duda Albert Dudzik Tailor Theo. Dunski Mr. 8 Mrs. Edward F. Dusik Dutch Lutz Barber Shop Drake Lounge Mr. Joseph Drury Mrs. Anna Dryianski Mrs. E. Drzymkowski Frank Dzewicz Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Dziedzic Mr. 81 Mr. Stanley Dziurgol Edward's Auto Repair Shop Ed and Ethel Mrs. Anna Esczuk A Friend A Friend-H. M. Henry Fabbri Mr, 81 Mrs. P. Fabbri Mr. 81 Mrs. Edward Filelski Page Ninety-two Filcor Auto Shop Fleck's Foods Mr. 81 Mrs. Peter J. Fugiel Furniture Dept. W.M.W. Franks Barber Shop Mae Fryz F 81 T Sandwich Shop Mr. 81 Mrs. Stanley Caida Mrs. Louise Calla Mr. Cornell Calla Miss Constance Calla Frances Capinski Mr. Q Mrs. Arthur Carelli Casimir Cawronski Mr. 81 Mrs. Wm. Cay Helen Cebert Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Centile Mr. 81 Mrs. L. Cesinski Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Cier 81 Son Cinek's Sweet Shop Cirl's Depts. l-21-49-W.M.W. Mrs. Josephine Colec Ben Core, Jr. Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Corski Mr. Albin Cosik Mr. Edward L. Cranner Attilio Crasso Mr. 81 Mrs. L. Cregory Dolly and Jackie Crzelak Mr. 81 Mrs. Edmund Crzeszczak Mr. 81 Mrs. Anthony Cryszkiewicz C. Wiley-Carol Cleaners Lottie Habura Mr. 81 Mrs. F. Hacha Stanley and Valeria Haiduk Mr. and Mrs. Edward Halas L. Halter Sally Hammer Harry Hamilton Kenneth Hammond Mr. 81 Mrs. H. Haug Mrs. Florence Heinrichs Estelle Hintz Hollywood Conservatory ot Music Mrs. Mary Holowicki Mr. 81 Mrs. C. L. Hook Dr. Harry L. Hootnick Joe Horbut Mrs, Elsie Hubeck Hulman's Pharmacy Mrs. Genevieve Hruhec Penny Iamosky Mr. 81 Mrs. Casimir Jachimowski Mr. 81 Mrs. Matthew Jagla F. and J. Jaroch Mrs. Sophie Jazdrzewski Jean 81 Sophie Jean's Tavern Mr. 8 Mrs. Ignatius Jedziniak Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Jedziniak Mr. 81 Mrs. Steve Jeronlek, Sr. Joe's Crill Plllllll S All Souls Day Requiem Mass. I '. l xv. I Xt 'gilx Fr. J. Baker, C.R. gives Religion Assignment. John's Barber Shop Charles Jucha 81 Family Lorraine Jucius Mr. 81 Mrs. Edward Juric Caesar Kattanski Mrs. Frances Kanary Mr. Stanley Kapola Mrs. A. Kapka Mr. 81 Mrs. A. Karpinski Louis Karwoski Mr. 81 Mrs. J. S. Kasperski 81 Family Kasprzak Drug Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Kato 81 Family Mr. 81 Mrs. Max Kawa Mr. 81 Mrs. Henry Kay Kay's Market Mrs. Helen Kazmierowicz Sigmund Kedzierzki Joseph Kiery's Mr. 81 Mrs. M. J. Kiwak Mrs. Agnes Klapkowski Mr. John A. Klemundt Mr. 81 Mrs. Edward Klimara Edwin M. Klinger Mr. Al Knight Mr. 81 Mrs. C. Kobos Kohler Pharmacy Mr. 81 Mrs. August Kolod Mr. 81 Mrs. Casimir Kopinski Mr. Karol Kopinski Mr. 81 Mrs. Ray Kordecki Mr, 81 Mrs. Ray Kordecki Kostanski Drugs Mr. 81 Mrs. G. Kot Mr. 81 Mrs. Edward Kowalczyk Jerry Kowalski Mr. Stanley J. Kozlowski Mr. 81 Mrs. Jacob Kraitsik Mr. 81 Mrs. Roman Kraiewski Mr. Charles Kranzler Joseph A. Krcniar Mr, 81 Mrs. J. Krentz 81 Daughter Mr. 81 Mrs. Stanley Krol Peter E. Kruk Thomas 81 Barbara Krupa Mr. 81 Mrs. Bruno T. Krupa Mr. 81 Mrs. Casimir Krupa 81 Christine Mr. Thaddeus A. Krupa Mr. 81 Mrs. Thomas Krupa Mr John Kruzel Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Kruzel Mr. 81 Mrs. Stanley Krzeminski Mr. 81 Mrs. Anthony Krzyzak Mr. 81 Mrs. Roman Kubiatowski Andrew R. Kucha Kuhn's Pastry Shop Edward J. Kula Lorraine E. Kula Mr. Chester Kumm Mr. 81 Mrs. Ted Kurek 81 Son Mr. Walter Kuzba Mr. 81 Mrs. Edward Kuzma Walter A. Kuzmicki Mr. 8 Mrs. G, Kwet Mr. 81 Mrs. Ed. Kwiek Mr. 81 Mrs. Walter Kwiek Mr 81 Mrs. John Labno Frank Lackovic Leon D. LaFond, D.D.S. Lakeview Machine 81 Production Mr. Dorothy Lakomy Mr. 81 Mrs. A. Lanctot Mr. 81 Mrs. George Lark Miss Pat Lark Larson Tailor 81 Cleaner Dorothy Lasse Mr. 8 Mrs. Lasiewicz 81 Family Louis Lasiewicz Family Mr 81 Mrs. E. Laskowski Mr. 81 Mrs. Thomas Lawless B. W. Laz Lee's Accordian School l.e:ee's Food Shop Joseph J. Lesee Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Lewand Mr. 81 Mrs. D. Lewandowski Mr. 81 Mrs. Frank Lewandowski Mr. 81 Mrs. H. Lewandowski Mr. 81 Mrs. Edward Lewis Ted Leszkiewicz E. Libel Carl 81 Anna Lindenschmidt Linhart's Bakery Mr. 81 Mrs. Edward Liniewicz Grace K. Link Mrs. Catherine Lipska Carole 81 Joanne Lisak Mr. 81 Mrs. G. Lisak Mr. Anthony Liss Mrs. Louise Liss Page Ninety-three C Raymond Liss Ray 81 Elaine Litterski Mr. 81 Mrs. Ray J. Litterski Mr. 81 Mrs. Peter Long Mr. 81 Mrs. Anthony Longo Lorel Florist Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Los Mr. 81 Mrs. Stanley Los Mr. Lukas Mr. S Lukas Elisabeth Lusak Mr. 81 Mrs. John Lusak Miss Karen Lusak MadzEnski Hardware Mr 81 Mrs. Stephen Mack Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Machaj Mr. 81 Mrs. S. Maiewski Margaret F. Malley Harold W. Magruder Veronica Malley Joseph Maloney Funeral Home Mr. 81 Mrs. Walter Mandrake Mr. 81 Mrs. Bruno Mantredini Mr. 81 Mrs. Foster Manning Mr. 81 Mrs. Nick Marchik Mr. Stanley Marcinek Arlene Marcinek Danny Marcinek John Marcinek Mr. 81 Mrs. Alex Marczuk Mr. Ervin B. Marek Markiewicz Family Mr. Edward Marsalek Mr. 81 Mrs. Stanley Marzec Mr. 81 Mrs. Frank Mateia Lillian E. Matthews Mrs. Mary Matz 81 Sons Frank Mazurek Mrs. C. Moresi Mr. 81 Mrs. J. Micek Mr. 81 Mrs. Al Miciek Mr. 81 Mrs. Joseph Mika Josephine Mikos Miss Mary Mientus Mr. 81 Mrs. Mitchell J. Mirocha Mr. Frank Muhr Mr. 81 Mrs. Frank Munaretto Miss Mary Muscarello Mr. Natala Muscarello Mr. Salvatore Muscarello Pfllllll S Eve Musy Mr. 8: Mrs. Leo W. Mysliwiec Leo. R. Mysliewiec Mrs. Lottie Natzke Nielsen Funeral Home Mr 8: Mrs. Edward Niemiec W. C. Niemiec Conlectionary Mr 8: Mrs. Jos, Niespodzianski Mr, 8: Mrs. Mr. 8: Mrs. J. Novak J. J. Novello Mr. 8: Mrs. Robert Ohap Theodore Olander Mr 8: Mrs. J. 0le:kerich George Ulszewski Helen Dlszewski Mr. 8: Mrs. John Oprondek B. J. Orzechowski Mr. 8: Mrs. Walter Oszaniec P 8: K Tap Mr. 8: Mrs. S. Paciorek Mr. 8: Mrs. J. Pacholczak Mr. 8: Mrs. Walter Pack Miss Catherine Padden Bruno F. Palasz Mr 8: Mrs. Louis Palikii Mr. and Mrs. L Palikij Mr 8: Mrs. Joeph Pannarale Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Paprocki Mr 8: Mrs. Lee Parchem Mr. 8: Mrs. Dan Parker Anthony Pariso Jean Pasko Mrs. V. Pasko Joseph Patti Mr. 8: Mrs. Richard Pawelko Mr. 8: Mrs. C. Pawlikowski Mr. 8: Mrs. H. Pawlikowski Mr, 8: Mrs. Stanley Pawlowski Jens W. Pedersen Stanley Penkala The Perrys Petersen Paint 8: Varnish Pete's Barber Shop A M Phillips Mr. F. Piech Mitchell Piech T'r . 8: Mrs. John Piekarczyk Mr. Joseph Pitna Mr. 8: Mrs. Anthony J. Ploszai Mr. 8: Mrs. C. Plucinski Mr. 8: Mrs. Paul Pocius Mr. 8: Mrs. Frank Podraza Mr. 8: Mrs. E. Pofelski Mrs. Chesiie Pokol Mr 8: Mrs. S. Polagala Walter Pomierski Mr. Stanley Poplawski Mr. Roger C. Popp Mr. 8: Mrs. A. Potoski Tony Potthast Carl Potthast Casey Helen Powaga Mr. 8: Mrs. J. Pstrzoch Mr. 8: Mrs. F. J. Priebe Charlotte Primeau Mr. 8: Mrs. John Prindes, Sr. Progress Printing Co. John J. Prudelek Catherine Prugar Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Prugar Mr. Chester L. Przybylo Mr, 8: Mrs. John Pudelek nard 8: Florence Puralewski Leo Mr. 8: Mrs. Leonard Puralewski Mr 8: Mrs. Louis Puralewski Mr. 8: Mrs. Nobert Puralewski Mr. 8: Mrs. Gerard J. Racasi Adele Rachlal Miss Gertrude Raibley Benjamin J. Rokowski Mr. 8: Mrs. Chester Rakowski Mr. 8: Mrs. John Rakowslri Albert Ramanauskas Mr 8: Mrs. Bernard Relka Mr. Carl Reinish Allred Rich Food Mart Harold Riner - Art Studio Mr. 8: Mrs. John Rizzolo Mr. 8: Mrs. E. Rohde, Sr. Roman's Art 8: Gilt Shop Allan 8: Adrienne Ropa Mrd Zotia Ropa R1toaBeam 8: Co. Mr. 8: Mrs. George F. Rudmin Jack Rutkowski Leo 8: Isabel Rutkowski Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Ryba Mr 8: Mrs. Alexander Rytlewsk lflr. 8: Mrs. S Rzy'ko Mr. 8: Mrs. Anthony Saeli S ailine - 2857 W. Division Salle'l's Certified Nr. 8: Mrs. Otto Salcll: Mr. 8: Mrs. T, Sambor Sam's Barber Shop Mrs. Catherine Sangiacomo Catherine Saviano W.M.W. Mr. Alex Schachtschober The Schefiler Family Mr. 8: Mrs. Andrew Schneider W. E. Scott Mr. Joseph L. Serzen Mr. Louis J. Serzen i Mrs. Stella Sierocki Dr. Thaddeus J. Siemion Mr. 8: Mrs. Cr. Sikorski Mr. 8: Mrs. J. Sikorski Mr 8: Mrs. E. Siudzinski Rernadine Siwek Lucille Siwek Stephan Siwek Mr, 8: Mrs. Frank Skwarek Mr. 8: Mrs. Edmund Skweres Mr, 8: Mrs. Edward Skonie Mr. 8: Mrs. John J. Slezewski John Smith Mr. 8: Mrs. Kenneth J. Smith Smutny Dairy Mr 8: Mrs. Bruno Snarski Eugene 8: Gerald Snarski Daniel Sobieski Mr. 8: Mrs. E. Sobieski Mr. 8: Mrs. Allen Spiegler Frank Sprietzer Mr. 8: Mrs. Anthony Spychalski Mr. 8: Mrs. Walter Stachnik Mr. Adolph C. Stachowicz 8: Son Ronald 8: Armella Stachowicz Stadium Liquors Mr. 8: Mrs. John Stanczyk Stella Stanislawski Stan-Jo's Patty Star Mr. 8: Mrs. J. Stawik Eddie Stetanski Stella Skipinski Paul Stoiek Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Stopka Mr. 8: Mrs. Joseph Stopka, Jr. Mrs. Margaret Strociak Mr, 8: Mrs. Carl Stubner Rob 8: Lulu Suchalski Mr. 8: Mrs. Suchalki Sud's Del'catessen Peter Suk Mr. 8: Mrs. Ben Summers Miss Doris Sunde M: 8: Mrs. Joseph Surlak Mr. 8: Mrs. John Szalran Mr. 8: Mrs. W. Szczepczynski Mrs. Magdalene Szczypula Mr. 8: Mrs. Frank Tarqonski Tastee Freez - Elston 8: St. Louis Tri-K Tap Mr. 8: Mrs. John Tomasik Mrs. Caroline Torina Chester J. Trawinski Trawinski Insurance Agency Anton Troianek Mr. 8: Mrs. Frank Tynus Mr. 8: Mrs. P. Tyrcha E. Polcvn Seubert's Bakery Mr. 8: Mrs, L. Urbanski Walter R. Polinski Mrs. Lottie Sierocki 8: Family Nifk Urso Champions ot Bowling Leayue: J. Kania, J, Van Ess, T. Rademacher and J. K1n'a check gauge K. Pajak, E. Urbanski, and D. Relka. on an Oldsmobile Rocket Engine PAlIl0 S Mr. Kr Mrs. Chester M. Uzarowicz Stephen J. Vasek Very Best Cleaners Mrs. Bose Viemaszyk Vlolet's Confectionery Mr. Sr Mrs. Michael Wadas Mr. 8: Mrs. John Waleieski Mr. 8: Mrs. John Walejeski, Jr. Joe Wallace Mr. Joseph Wegrzyn Bob Weishaupt Mrs. S. Wenc Werth Furniture Co. - Hanmond Western Paint gl Hardware Western Poultry Mr. Sr Mrs. Edward Wiatr Dr. Sr Mrs. B. Wichlenzlci A. Wiedeteld Walter A. Wielosinski Mr. gl Mrs. A. P. Wiertelak Mrs. Emma Wierzal Sr Sons Mr. 81 Mrs. John Wilczenski Mr Arnold L. Wilson Mr. Henry F. Wilson Winchester, Augusta Hdw. Co. Mr. Sz Mrs. V. Winclechter Mr. 81 Mrs. Frank J. Witek James J. Wiza Wladek's Television Fix-Em Mr. Sr Mrs. Adam Wojaclc Mr 81 Mrs. C. Woicik Mr. 81 Mrs. Matthew Woitas Mr. 81 Mrs. Hobert Woitas Casimir Woitowicz Edward Woitowicz Mr. Richard L. Woltt Miss Diane Wrohel Mr. 81 Mrs. Charles Wroblewslri Mr. Henry Wronkiewiecz Mr. Mary Zachacki Mrs. Elsie Zagroba Mr gl Mrs. P. Zagroba Upper Left: Scene ol CISCA Holy Hour. Mr. 81 Mrs. Martin Zaleski Walter Zalesny Ed. Zalewslri Bernardine A. Zawislak Mary Zapalik Stella Zapalik Mr. Sr Mrs. W. Zaremba Mrr. Frances Zawilenski Mr. Br Mrs. Louis Zelazo Dr. 81 Mrs. L. T. Zelazo J A. Zeman Joan Zielinslri Mrs. Barbara Zima Mr. Sr Mrs. S. Zima Anne Zygmunt Mr. Er Mrs. Chester Zygmunt Mr. 81 Mrs. Henry Zygmunt Jim Zygmunt Honald Sr Christine Zyqmunt Mr. Sr Mrs. Martin Zylinski Lowe: Bight: Freshmen admire Boys' Banner won by Gordon Tech 4 E bt Br. Thomas, C.R. sets clock for daylight savi I MIK 0WlHlGllVIi TS To Fr. Louis Gracz, C.R., Principal, for his cooperation and permissions. To Fr. Louis Tusinski, C. R., for his kind aid in serving as Moderator for the Patron Drive: His reading of Manuscript and frank criticisms. To Fr. Peter Fiolek, C.R., Editor of "The Banner' for his advice. To A. M. Osetek for original layouts, ideas, and time sacrificed at the difficult task of arranging sequence. To Mr. E. Valasek for his enthusiastic art work. To Mr. Karel O. Valasek for excellent drawings. To Dennis Bubacz, George Dean, Joseph De Miliano. Andrew Hryniewicz, and Rlchard Langford Without whom many of the drawings would not be in this annual. 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