Gordon Technical High School - Tech Log Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1956
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Superior-Provincial of the Chicago Province,
The Very Reverend John S. Mix, CR., Ph.D
Superior-General ol the Congregalion of lhe
Resurrection, Home, Italy.
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A planning conference always precedes the decision to
produce a new product in the industrial world. The raw
material is then brought in, and the artisans began to work on
it: first, the rough phase - the cutting, the shaping, the grinding:
then the future product undergoes the finer treatment - the
polishing. smoothing, and finishing. Finally, the finished
product emerges - embellished, highly attractive, very
saleable - another very successful product on the market of
Here, at Gordon Technical High School, every student is
considered as raw material to be worked upon to produce the
"finished man" - a man truly in the image and likeness of
God, who can enter the market of the world and make it better
by his influence. The first year is like the planning
conference at which the student is exposed to an all-around
picture of what is before him educationally. The sophomore
year is spent in shaping him by molding him to the desired
form. In his iunior year, he becomes quite smooth so that now
there remain only the smallest chips to be chiselled off with the
tiniest of strokes of education. Finally, as a senior. he is ready
to emerge as a Tech-ite of whom the entire faculty is proud
and eager to send out into the future, fully confident that he will
influence his environment for the better rather than be
influenced himself by that environment to his detriment.
A MISS Gi
THE GRAIIU HS
During these four years you have
been delving into the rich mines of
wisdom and experience. Almost daily
your teachers have pointed out to you the
many vistas and labyrinths-any of
which will lead to success ii you but
follow them rightly. God grant that all of
you reach successfully the goal lor which
you are striving!
Though you will reluctantly say
farewell to the happy days spent within
the walls ot leaming and bid Adieu to the
teachers who have guided you through
the years, to the classmates with whom
you have made happy associations. you
still will be bound by the sacred ties of
your tour-year association in high school
. . . ties which will grow stronger with
advancing years. Let us remain true to
God . . . grateful to teachers . . . and ever
loyal to our beloved Alma Mater. Adieu!
LOUIS GRACZ, C.R.
THE REV. LOUIS A. GRACZ, C.R., A.M.,
in Library Science, and in Education,
Principal, Mothers' Club Moderator.
FR. IOSEPH BAKER, CB., A.B.,
Kvligion, I. ll, III, IV.
PR. STEPHEN BIES, CR., A.B.,
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FR. IOHN BRESDEN, C.R., AB., FR. LEO CUKIERSKI, C.R., AB.,
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FR. LEONARD LONG, CR., PHD.,
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FR. ALOYSIUS CHZECHOWSKI,
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MR. CHARLES PASECKY, AB., MR. WALTER PAWUL, BS., A.M., MR. IMIL VALASEK, BS., M.S.,
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Founders of the Congregation of the Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
THE PUHPIISE lll Hlllll H0
The Founders of the Congregation of the Resurrection have left a rich
heritage for their spiritual sons in the field of education. They have ever
stressed that it is not information or purely intellectual learning which
constitutes the end of education but rather character formation. This
character formation was to be along supernatural lines so that the end
product might be a Christian Gentleman imbued with supernatural principles.
To accomplish this end, the tirst task of a student in school will be to learn
to labor. This they considered more important than a pure
acquisition ot knowledge or the
passing of examinations. A
studious, diligence is a trait
impressed in the soul for all
time, an accomplishment for
life. The supervision so
necessary in education may be
at times superfluous, and even
harmful, if a pupil becomes
habituated to do nothing without
it. Hence to teach him to be
industrious, even though control
weigh heavily upon him to work.
not from fear or even in view of
superlative success in the
classroom but from a sense of
duty alone, is an achievement
worthy of Christian education.
This sense of duty is a monitor,
as it were, whom nothing can
supplant, and it may be truly
said, that only he is well
educated who hears and
hearkens to the voice of this
monitor in his soul. For a young
man to acquire this perfect
education, it is imperative, that
he first learn to reflect within
himself, become introspective,
reckon with his conscience,
iudge himself aright and in case
of necessity even condemn
himself, but above all, that he
know how to be industrious,
As members of society, the
students must be taught to
become good citizens. However.
they must be convinced that they
cannot be good citizens unless
they are good Catholics. They
will serve their country best only
when they get rid of their defects
which each nationality has as its
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The study ot Religion at the Gordon Technical High School
receives the most important consideration because it and it
alone prepares the Gordonite for the kind of lite that fulfills and
reaches its final purpose. In view ot the impact of secularistic
attitudes on the American way ot life, special practical as
well as theoretical values are imparted to the student, so that
forewamed as well as fore-armed, he can rise above the
mediocre in whatever walk ot life he will choose.
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Engineering and science enter into the ii
affairs of everyday living to such an extent
today that it is impossible to remain informed
on events and progress without some facility
in reading the unique language of Industry -
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Here at Gordon Tech, the two-year course f
I in Mechanical Drawing is so set up that it will
f develop the Gordonite's powers of visualization,
strengthen his creative imagination, train him
in precision and exactness of thought, teach
him to read and write in the language of the
Industries, and give him the practical
experience of making working drawings.
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Even before the rise of the Roman Empire artisans in wood were engaged
in the framing and in the construction of ships. In these United States. in
colonial times, the woodsman and the wood-worker were busy with the cutting
down of trees, hewing them into timbers. and the shaping of shingles for the
homes that had to be provided for the early settlers.
As civilization developed and the homes were provided, work in wood
became an art. Today. the woodworker must be very skilful both with the
hand and machine tools to keep pace with the demands of modem living.
The freshman at Gordon Tech is brought up-to-date with woodworking
both theoretically and practically. He soon learns to select the materials for
his proiect. to lay out and dimension the finest obiect. and to make as well as
read blue prints. The numerous proiects in the woodshop give him the
opportunity to acquire a dexterity with both the hand and machine tools.
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At the beginning it is iust a round piece of steel, somewhat dusty and
sometimes stained. At the end it is a very sleek looking screwdriver.
properly tempered and highly polished, with a knurled handle for easy
handling. In between the beginning and the end. the student at Gordon Tech
puts in a great deal ot "know how" into his proiect. Selection of the material.
the cutting and shaping processes. grinding. tempering, and polishing - iust a
few oi the processes in the making of a hand tool.
The Machine Shop at Gordon Tech offers many
opportunities to the Tech-ite to ground himself
fundamentally in all of the interesting phases oi
preparation for the machinist trade.
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Electricity, in less than 75 years, has transformed our entire mode of living.
Today, the modern home is a veritable "House of Magic". The invisible
genie - the electron - at a flick of the switch - goes to work lighting and
heating our homes and making them more comfortable to live in. This same
genie, harnessed and controlled in the vacuum tube, or in the more modern
transistor, fills our homes with music and song and floods the living room with
pictures of world-wide events and progress as soon as they are happening.
The iunior at Gordon Tech is introduced to electricity both in theory and
in practice. The course is so designed as to impress the student with the
importance ot a knowledge of electricity. Since all of us live so dependently
on electricity, it is important to know as much about it as possible, that it may
the more easily and more efficiently be put to work as America's magic servant.
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The automobile industry had a
banner year in 1955. It was a tar
cry from the year 1900 when
automobiles began to be produced
in some quantity. Today it is at its
biggest. With this growth of the
industry there developed a problem
of maintenance - faster and more
efficient repair. Today, even the
mechanic must be familiar with
certain scientific equipment which
will facilitate his work. And this is
more true for the automotive engineer
who plans to work in the industry
which is fast undergoing automation.
The Auto Shop at Gordon Tech
offers an exploratory course to the
student to acquaint him both with
the production and the maintenance
of the automobile. Well equipped
in engines of all types, the shop
gives the student ample opportunity
of working on them and carrying
out the various tests which prove the
power of an engine.
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Since Gordon Technical High
School is committed to the cause of
preparing the youth of today
technologically, the administration
has included a tour year program in
mathematics. Without mathematics,
there can be no talk ot technology,
tor mathematics is the proverbial
corner-stone of its very structure.
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At the very beginning of his high
school career. the Gordonite is introduced
to the mysteries of science which comprise
the fundamental basis ot his technical
knowledge. In General Science. he is
given an over-all picture of how best the
various sciences can serve man. A
much fuller and protound appreciation of
God's infinite wisdom is the result of the
study of Nature that He created. The
study is supplemented with numerous
proiects to enable the student to acquaint
himself practically with the adaptability
of scientific theories to practical living.
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The obiect of Chemistry is
to study the myriad changes in
both the organic and inorganic
worlds. The many compounds
and elements are brought forth
in the laboratory where the
chemistry experiments provide
many intriguing hours.
Precision of observation and the
control of the chemical changes
form the basis of the attempts
at prediction of what will
happen under given
circumstances by our budding
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Since man has pierced the
nucleus of the atom, the science
of physics has taken on a
vitality that seems boundless.
The students at Gordon
Technical High School get well
acquainted with such principles
as those oi Newton and Dalton
and, at the same time, keep
pace with all progress that is
being made today.
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The study of English is
indispensible in a technical high
school because unless a student can
express his ideas in writing and
orally much of his knowledge
becomes useless. Especially will
this prove to be true in the future
when reports will have to be written
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the various fields of technological
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The study of Civics is one of the most vital
courses at Gordon Tech. In it the student
learns how laws are made, policies of the
country set, the function of the administration.
The responsibilities of patriotism are treated in
fullest detail. The student learns that the right
ot voting is not only a privilege but an
obligation as well. He also learns that the
exercise of this right in later years can spare
our country from a fate similar to that met by
nations behind the iron and bamboo curtains.
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Typing has once again appeared in the curriculum of the
seniors as an elective. This is iust another way of providing
the students at Gordon Tech with the opportunity of acquiring
another vehicle to facilitate their work in later years. Typing
is an invaluable time-saver for the busy man, not to mention
the fact that it adds to the work the desired neat and
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Although listed as an elective, the students of Gordon Technical High
School are encouraged to study Latin because it is such an excellent mental
discipline and because it is practically invaluable to the technician. A most
precise language, it inculcates in the student an exactness and precision of
speech and expression thus becoming a worthy helpmate to the English
language and the technical studies.
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With so much progress being
made south of the border and in other
Spanish speaking countries, the
administration finds it expedient to
oiler its students a chance to learn
Spanish. Another language -
another man - might be said.
Although it is listed as an elective, it
is iust another tool ofiered at the
school to those who would avail
themselves of every opportunity to
keep apace with progress.
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tllalms. and Civlvv.
With the concentrated effort for an "all-out safety"
program in Illinois, Gordon Tech introduced the Driver-Training
course which embraces both the classroom and road phases.
Stress is laid here to engender proper attitudes concerning man
and the auto. Courtesy and safety-first. along with an alertness
to driving conditions, might be called the theme of this course.
Emphasis is placed upon the fact that driving is not a right, but
a privilege to be exercised conscientiously. Written tests
and road practices are given with the hope oi building
conlidence in the future driver.
A sound body is a great boon to the
forging of a sound mind. Immediately
upon his entrance to Gordon Tech until the
student leaves her portals as a graduate.
his physical welfare is supervised with the
All forms ot intra-mural sports are
provided, in addition to the regular Gym
and Health classes. Team-work becomes
a by-word to the student as he learns
that, despite his excellence, he still has
need of others in a contest. He learns
tolerance of others to the extent that he
tries the harder to make amends for the
lacks of others. Above all he is forced to
make quick and definite decisions which
make tor that flexibility of mind to adiust
to the most unexpected of circumstances.
The Health Class provides him with the
theoretical as well as practical
knowledge for the care of his body
which makes the life of the whole
man so much easier both physically and
Hr. I. llifjillflllllll l'1Hll'lIill4LZ illlru-mural sport.
THE STUDENT CUUNCIL RUSTER: T. Tobias, S. Koziol, P. Crall
A. Toledo, R. Michalski, D, Schams, J. Prindes, E. Chrapla, G
Gustafson, M. Staszewski, W. Rizzetto, L. Zajdel, Representatives
N. Stopka, S. Horvath, H. Czapla, W. Lang, J. Kedzierski, R
Walejeski, J. Krzeminski, E, Scheffler, M. Sierakowski, D
Bednarz, R. Marrese, and J. McGovern, Officers.
The program ot student activities has been expanded during the
past year by the formation ot the Student Council by which
self-government was put largely into the hands of the students.
There seems to be no better way to learn the priceless ideals ot true
democracy than to put them into practice and make them work.
Although supervision still is vested in the authority of the school, the
students have the opportunity to help in its practice - thus making
it a government ot the students, for the students, and by the students.
Sl IIIH MASS IIHIIIHIS
J. WEGRZYN, Secreiaryg L. ZAJDEL, Vice-Presidentg S. HUHA
VATH, Treasurerg and B. STBENSKI, President.
M. REIF, Treasurerg W. BIZZETTU, Presidenig C. MYSZKA
Secretaryg J. LYNN, Vice-President.
RAYMOND M. ANTOSZ-Parish: Holy Innocents: Ac
tivities: Bowling 3: Favorite Subject: Civics: Ambition:
KEITH P. BANIOUED-Parish: St. Hedwigs: Activities
Football 1, Basketball 2: Favorite Subject: Drafting
STANLEY J. BARTEL-Parish: St. Mary's: Activity
Band 2, 3, 4: Y.C.S. 4: Favorite Subject: Trigonometry
FRANCIS J. BEBAK-Parish: Five Holy Martyrs: Ac-
tivity: Football 3, 4: Camera Club 3: Choir 1, 2, 3
Bowling 3: Favorite Subject: Civics: Ambition: Agri-
WALTER E. BEILKE-Parish: St. Ann: Activity: Band
3, 4: Choir l, 2, 3, 4: Favorite Subject: History: Ambi-
RONALD A. CABALA-Parish: Blessed Agnes: Activ-
ity: Swimming 3, Science Club 1: Favorite Subject:
Trigonometry: Ambition: Nuclear Physicist.
ROBERT A. CETNAR-Parish: Holy Innocents: Activ-
ity: Football 1, Basketball Z, 3, 4, Bowling 4, Golf 3, 4:
Favorite Subject: Typing: Ambition: Architect.
HENRY C. CZAPLA-Parish: St. Francis ot Assisi: Ac-
tivities: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4,
Golf 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4: Favorite Subject: Mathe-
matics: Ambition: Engineer.
JAMES R. CZERLANIS-Parish: St. Mary's, Activities
Bowling 3, Class Otticer l, Favorite Subject: Civics,
ANTHONY J. CZERWIEC-Parish: St. Pancratius, Ac-
tivities: Basketball 3, Favorite Subject: Civics, Ambi-
DANIEL M. DZIEDZIC-Parish: St. Hedwig's, Activi
ties: Class Olticer 2, Football 2, Camera Club 3, Favor
ite Subject: Mathematics, Ambition: Engineer.
RONALD F. FECZKO-Parish: Five Holy Martyrs, Ac
tivities: Camera Club 3, Bowling 3, Water Safety 3,
Choir 2, Favorite Subject: Civics, Ambition: Draftsman.
THEODORE F. FUGIEL-Parish: St. Aloysius, Activity
Glee Club 3, 4, Choir 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Favorite Subject
Trigonometry, Ambition: Tool and Die Maker.
ROBERT S. GESINSKI-Parish: St. Stan's, Activity
Bowling 3, Favorite Subject: Auto Shop, Ambition
BEN F. GORE-Parish: St. Hyacinth's, Activity: Foot
ball 1, 2, Bowling 4, Favorite Subject: Auto Shop, Am
bition: Naval Career.
ROGER A. GORSKI-Parish: Five Holy Martyrs, Ac
tivity: Football l, 2, Favorite Subject: Physics, Ambi
tion: Aeronautical Engineer.
CASIMIR J. JACHIMOWSKI-Parish: St. Francis ot
Assisi: Activities: Football 1, Science Club 1: Favorite
Subject: Chemistry: Ambition: Chemist.
STEPHEN F. JEROUTEK-Parish: Immaculate Heart ot
Mary: Activity: Band 3, Bowling 4: Favorite Subject:
Mathematics: Ambition: Civil Engineer.
ROMAN P. JUREWICZ-Parish: St. Mary's: Favorite
Subject: Physics: Ambition: Mechanical Engineer.
ROBERT J. KAMINSKY-Parish: Five Holy Martyrs:
Activity: Bowling 3, Camera Club 3, Clee Club 3: Favor-
ite Subject: Civics: Ambition: Mech. Engineer.
NICHOLAS T. HOLTHAUS-Parish: St. Philomena: Ac-
tivity: Bowling 4: Favorite Subject: Drafting: Ambi-
STEVE R. HORVATH-Parish: St. Cornelius: Activities:
Prom Committee, Newspaper 3, Capt. Football 4, Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, Bowling
3, 4, Student Council, Class Olticer 3, 4: Favorite Sub-
ject: English: Ambition: Architect.
BERNARD J. JACOBSON-Parish: St. Pascal: Activi-
ties: Drama Club 3, 4: Favorite Subject: Mathematics:
ROBERT J. HRUBEC-Parish: St. Barbara: Activities:
Bowling 4, Camera Club 3: Favorite Subject: Chemis-
try: Ambition: Photographer.
EDMUND D. KORN-Parish: St. Alphonsus: Activities:
Drama Club 4, Social Committee 4: Favorite Subject:
Mechanical Drawing: Ambition: Electrical Engineer.
LEONARD C. KORZEN-Parish: Holy Innocents: Activi-
ties: Bowling 3, Science Club l: Favorite Subject: Math-
ematics: Ambition: Civil Engineer.
JOSEPH A. KRZEMINSKI-Parish: St. Stanislaus: Ac-
tivity: Basketball 2, Bowling 3, Social Committee 4,
Drama Club, Cisca 3, 4: Favorite Subject: Auto Shop:
Ambition: Automotive Engineer.
THOMAS G, LAWLESS-Parish: St. Viator's: Favorite
Subject: History: Ambition: Commercial Pilot.
GEORGE F. KANARY-Parish: St. Joseph Academy: Ac-
tivity: Prom Committee, Y.C.S. 4, Newspaper 3, Year-
book 4, Social Committee 3, 4, Drama Club 3: Favorite
Subject: Auto Shop: Ambition: Railroad Administrator.
EUGENE W. KARPINSKI-Parish: St. James: Activity:
Science Club 1, Radio Club 3, Bowling 3: Favorite Sub-
ject: Physics: Ambition: Electronic Engineer.
RONALD W. KLOSINSKI-Parish: St. Mary's: Activi-
ties: Y.C.S. 4: Favorite Subject: Civics: Ambition: Arch-
JEROME E. KOMALA-Parish: St. Fidelis: Activities
Bowling 3, 4, Social Committee 4: Favorite Subject:
Mathematics: Ambition: Certified Public Acc't,
JAMES J. LYNN-Parish: Maternity BVM, Activity:
Science Club 1, Bowling 4, Drama Club 4, Clee Club 3,
Band 3, Yearbook Statt 4, Newspaper 3, 4, Prom Com-
mittee 4, Class Olticer l, 2, 3, 4, Favorite Subject:
Mathematics, Ambition: Engineer.
HENRY A. MARCZUK-Parish: St. Hedwig's, Activi-
ties: Band 3, 4, Monogram Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Camera Club
3, Bowling 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Favorite Subject:
Chemistry, Ambition: Biologist.
RONALD J. MARRESE-Parish: St. Pascal, Activities:
Y.C.S. 4, Student Council 4, Camera Club 3, Favorite
Subject: Wood Shop, Ambition: Heating Contractor.
RONALD F. MATEJA-Parish: St. Sylvester's, Activ-
ity: Glee Club 3, Favorite Subject: Drafting, Ambition:
STEVEN S. MIKOLOWICZ-Parish: St. Ladilaus, Ac-
tivities: Science Club 1, Favorite Subject: Mathematics,
LEO R. MYSLIWIEC-Parish: Five Holy Martyrs, Ac-
tivities: Football 1, Yearbook 4, Favorite Subject: Eng-
lish, Ambition: Lawyer.
CHARLES I. MYSZKA-Parish: Our Lady ot Grace, Ac-
tivity: Science Club 1, 3, Bowling 3, Class Otticer 4,
Yearbook 4, Favorite Subject: Mathematics, Ambition:
ERNEST J. NIEWIADOMSKI-Parish: St. Tarcissus,
Activity: Monogram Club 4, Football 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4,
Favorite Subject: Mathematics, Ambition: Certitied
JOHN D. PACHOLCZAK-Parish: St. Stanislaus: Activ-
ity: Band 3, 4: Favorite Subject: Mechanical Drawing,
KENNETH J. PAJAK-Parish: Holy Innocents: Activ-
ity: Football l, 2, Basketball 1, 2, Bowling 3,4: Favorite
Subject: Physics: Ambition: Engineer.
JOHN S. PAWULA-Parish: St. Fidelis: Activity: Bowl-
ing 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Dance Committee 4: Favorite
Subject: Chemistry: Ambition: Commercial Pilot.
RONALD A. PLOSZAJ-Parish: Five Holy Martyrs: Ac-
tivities: Yearbook 3, Swimming 3, Water Safety 3, 4:
Favorite Subject: Mechanical Drawing: Ambition: En-
ANTHONY J. POFELSKI-Parish: St. Fidelis: Activi-
ties: Clee Club 3, Bowling 3, 4, Social Committee 4:
Favorite Subject: Auto Shop: Ambition: Aircraft En-
BENJAMIN J. RAKOWSKI-Parish: St. Stanislaus: Ac-
tivities: Y.C.S. 4, Yearbook 4, Camera Club 3: Favorite
Subject: Chemistry: Ambition: Pharmacist.
MICHAEL A. REIF-Parish: St. Alphonsus: Activities:
Y.C.S. 4, Camera Club 3, Bowling 4, Science Club l,
Class Otticer 1 and 4: Favorite Subject: Mathematics:
JAMES T. BICHEBT-Parish: St. Edward's: Activity:
Bowling 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Monogram Club 3: Favorite
Subject: Auto Shop: Ambition: Tool and Die Maker.
DENNIS C. RYTLEWSKI-Parish: Five Holy Martyrs,
Activity: Football l, 2, 3, 4, Favorite Subject: Typing,
Ambition: Auto Mechanic.
J. SCHACHTSCHOBEH-Parish: St. Ferdinand, Activ-
ity: Camera Club, Favorite Subject: Religion, Ambi-
EDMUND J. SCHEFFLER-Parish: St. Hedwig's, Activi-
ties: Y. C. S. 4, Bowling 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Student Council
4, Favorite Subject: Trigonometry, Ambition: Chemical
ROBERT W. SCHNEIDER-Parish: Immaculate Heart ot
Mary, Activity: Radio Club 3, Favorite Subject: Auto
Shop, Ambition: Mechanical Engineer.
WILLIAM U. RIZZETTO-Parish: Holy Rosary, Activ-
ity: Football 1, Basketball 1, Bowling 3, Glee Club 3,
Yearbook 3, 4, Student Council 4, Class Officer l, 2, 4,
Favorite Subject: Mechanical Drawing, Ambition:
EDWARD L. ROHDE-Parish: St. Josaphat, Activity:
Bowling 3, Class Otticer, Favorite Subject: Mechanical
CONRAD P. ROMPALA-Parish: St. Monica, Activity:
Y.C.S. 4, C.I.C. 3, Glee Club 3, Bowling 3, Favorite Sub-
ject: Trigonometry, Ambition: Electrical Engineer.
DONALD J. RYBA-Parish: St. Stanislaus, Activity:
Bowling 3, Social Committee 4, Favorite Subject: Me-
chanical Drawing, Ambition: Draftsman.
NORBERT L. STOPKA-Parish: St. Hedwig's, Activity:
Football l, 2, 3, 4, Class Officer 2, 3, Monogram Club
l, 2, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Student Council 4, Camera Club
3, Favorite Subject: History, Ambition: Electrical En-
WILLIAM J. STRENSKI-Parish: St. Hedwig's, Activ-
ity: Football l, 2, 3, 4. Bowling 3, 4, Tennis 3, Mono-
gram Club 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 4, Newspaper 3,
Student Council 4, Class Otticer 3, 4, Favorite Subject:
Mathematics, Ambition: Business Administrator.
JOHN S. STRYSIK-Parish: St. Sylvester's, Activity:
Science Club l, Favorite Subject: Physics, Ambition:
ROBERT A. SUBA-Parish: Sacred Heart, Activities:
Football l, 3, 4, Band 3, 4, Monogram Club 4, Glee Club
3, Class Olticer l, Favorite Subject: English, Ambition:
RICHARD L. SCHOLTENS-Parish: Sacred Heart, Ac
tivities: Camera Club 3, Drama 4, Favorite Subject
Marriage Guidance, Ambition: Electrician.
GERALD L. SERZEN-Parish: St. Genevieve, Activity
Bowling 3, Golf 3, 4, Yearbook 3, 4, Favorite Subject
Physics, Ambition: Engineer.
MELVIN R. SIERAKOWSKI-Parish: St. Stanislaus
Activity: Student Council 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Librarian 2
Social Committee 4, Favorite Subject: Trigonometry
Ambition: Civil Engineer.
DONALD A. SOWINSKI-Parish: St. Stanislaus, Activ-
ity: Basketball l, Bowling 3, Favorite Subject: Trigo
nometry, Ambition: Civil Engineer.
JOHN M. SWIECA-Parish: St. Mark's: Activities: Foot-
ball l, 3, 4, Bowling 3, 4, Monogram Club, 3, 4, Class
Oiticer l: Favorite Subject: English: Ambition: Indus-
MICHAEL F. SZYMANSKI--Parish: St. Hedwig's: Ac-
tivities: Science Club 1, Choir 2, 3, 4: Golf 2, 3, 4, Bowl-
ing 3, 4: Favorite Subject: Mechanical Drawing: Ambi-
JEROME T. TOBIAS-Parish: Maternity B.V.M.: Activi-
ties: Science Club 1, Social Committee 4, Y.C.S. 4, Prom
Committee 4, Bowling 3, Glee Club 3, Drama Club 3,
Yearbook 4, Newspaper 3: Favorite Subject: Auto Shop:
Ambition: Automotive Engineer.
DENNIS K. WATRACH-Parish: St. John Cantius: Ac-
tivity: Science Club 1: Favorite Subject: Civics: Ambi-
tion: Certitied Public Acc't.
GERALD S. WEGRZYN-Parish: St. Mark, Activities:
Class Otticer l, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper 3, Football 1, 2, 4,
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Prom Committee 4, Monogram Club
2, 3, 4, Captain of Basketball Team 4: Favorite Subject:
Mathematics: Ambition: Mechanical Engineer.
LOUIS T. ZAJDEL-Parish: St. Francis ot Assisi: Ac-
tivity: Football l, 2, 3, 4, Newspaper 3, Basketball 1, 2,
3, 4, Class Olticer l, 2, 3, 4, Monogram Club 2, 3, 4,
Prom Committee 4: Favorite Subject: English: Ambi-
tion: Business Administrator.
LAWRENCE N. ZAWISLAK-Parish: St. Ladislaus: Ac-
tivity: Camera Club 3: Favorite Subject: Mechanical
Drawing: Ambition: Corporation Lawyer.
Graduation this year will launch the
first genuine Gordon Tech ship on the
waters of the world. The present senior
class is the first that enrolled at the newly
founded Gordon Technical High School
four years ago: the two previous
graduating classes originally had enrolled
while Gordon Tech was still a technical
branch of the Weber High School. With
the change in name came autonomy for
Gordon Tech - autonomy from Weber
Our present seniors learned the lesson
of independence well and early.
Supplemented by their study of American
History and Civics, they used this lesson
during their senior year to give to the
student body a small part of self-
government by founding with the
permission of the school authorities the
Student Council, a new first at Gordon
When the seniors of 1955-1956 first
entered the new Gordon Tech they were
iust as imbued with the making of progress
as was the school itself. There was a
great deal to accomplish, and it was
largely due to their efforts in the Magazine
Sales Drives of 1952 and 1953 that large
contributions could be made for the
schoo1's first football equipment. the
school bus, and the initial equipment of
the school band.
So, as we grow older and are about to
leave Gordon Tech, we have a large
number of very fine memories to recall.
The finest of these, however, is the memory
that we have remained faithful to all the
fine traditions that were begun by those
who came before us. Such, for example
was our Cisca Holy Hour Activity which
continued to bring the Cisca Boys'
Banner back to Gordon Tech month after
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PROGRAM, MARCH 18.
l. On the Beat fMarchJ
2. Maytime Selections Ctrom Maytimet
Francis Scott Key
Forrest L. Buchtel
l. Salve Regina tfiregorian Chantl e H ,, A Capella
2. Glory to God in Nature Ludwig von Beethoven
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2. Dancing Tambourine ,, , W, C. Polla
1. Minute Waltz , , Frederick Chopin
2. Revolutionary Etude , Frederick Chopin
Leszek Wolowski, Pianist
l. Starter CMarchJ , , , , M, H, Ribble
2. Irene C0vertureJ W -f V J. McCarthy and H. Tierney
INTERMISSIDN H- 15 minutes
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The Buml and C190 Club ut their first joint l'llllf'9l'f.
PROGRAM Continued? '
7. GLEE CLUB
l, Students March Song Ctrom Student Princel -- S. Romberg
2. Parade ot the Wooden Soldiers ..,,,,,,,,,... Leon Jessel
8. Piano-Accordion Solo
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2, Original Boogie-Woogie
Edmond Schetiler, Accordionist
l. Pan American tSelectionsl --- ...... E. De Lamater
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Former Teacher at Weber and the Gordon Tech High Schools
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The purpose oi the Drama Club is not the mere production and
presentation of plays but its end is also to prepare the student for later life by
giving them poise, sell-confidence and self-assurance in facing an audience. It
affords the students facilities for the exercise ot their literary and oratorical'
abilities. Working together with others as a unit the Gordonite learns the
spirit of co-operation. The fruit of this year's dramatic effort was seen in the
first stage play presented by the "Masqueteers" in "Brother Orchid," written
by Leo Brady of Catholic University of America.
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is very well equipped since it contains not only the
standard volumes and encyclopedias found in
other high school libraries, but over and above this.
there is a special section devoted to the field of
Technology and Electronics. Constant effort is made
to bring the tomes up to the present clay. Students
find this a veritable oasis to prepare their classwork
and to do research in various subiects assigned by
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The obiect and theme of the Young Christian Students Movement is found
in the sentence "Christian Believing Means Christian Living". The Y.C.S. has
as its objective the restoration of the practice of Christian living to the student
environment and attitude as well as the institutions they attend. This is done
through discussions on subiects pertinent to their way of liie, held at regular
meetings in their schools.
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"Save Stamps, Save Souls!" has been the
inspiring motto which prompted the students to bring
cancelled stamps. Each class has a Pilot who
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gathers these stamps and these in turn are sent to St.
Iohn Cantius Seminary, St. Louis, Missouri. There
the seminarians sell these stamps to interested
dealers of stamps. The funds obtained from the sale
of these stamps are used for missions.
Last year the Gordonites won first place in this
contest drive for stamps. Thus, in this manner the
students participate in the spreading of the Gospel to
less fortunate souls.
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The third edition of the "Tech Loq" once again is the
result of co-operation on the part of a fine staff.
Mirroring the school year 1955 - 1956, it aims at giving a
picture of the students' happy educational and social
life at our school. Every effort has been expended to
portray our life at this institution honestly and boldly.
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Four skating parties, spaced conveniently through the school
year, proved to be the best liked of the social activities. They also
proved financially successful, so that worthwhile contributions could
be made to other activities which do not have similar financial
Probably the principal reason why skating parties are such
well-liked activities is because there is never any dearth of girls. The
skating party is a very important tool for the social growth of the
Gordonite. Students from most of the surrounding schools are invited
and the skating party becomes a "Mecca" for meeting new faces
and making new friends.
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Dancing proves a most interesting pastime
for the typical Gordon Tech-ite. A number ot
dances, beginning with the most popular
"Kick-off" Dance which is held iust prior to
opening the annual football season, are always
well attended. It is getting to be quite
traditional at Gordon Tech to have one or more
celebrities. of Radio or TV, attend the dance.
It is also a way for the Tech-ite to grow out ol
his stumbling adolescence gracefully and
enter young manhood without too much ot a
mental upheaval . Well-supervised by the
religious and lay faculty of Gordon Tech, the
dances seem to grow bigger and bigger and
more popular with each succeeding dance.
Mrs. ll. Kurdusz. prvsirlvnl for Molli-
rrx' Club. Fr. lf. Zygmnnl. C. lf.. calls
numlwrs al unnuul Bingo l'urly. rwxl
lo him Mrs. Tryba.
Portion of worm-n who ullvnrlvd Bingo
l'arly sponsored by the Mothefs Club.
Everyone acquainted with the Mothers' Club of Gordon
Technical High School knows the tremendous capacity for aid
it has rendered to the school. The mothers' time, energy.
and work is proof ol their interest in the material welfare of
Gordon Tech. A most recent exempliiication of the
concentrated effort ol this club was the purchase of a new
station wagon for the school. May God reward the good
mothers for their loyalty and service to the school.
Upper lett, lett to right: Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
Pietrzak, Rev. Peter Fiolek, CR., and Mr, and
Mrs. Joseph Pranica.
Upper right, Dancing: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Karl
dasz, Mr. and Mrs. John Di Giovanni, and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Koziol.
Lower lett: Mr. Eugene Plata, Mrs. Joseph Wolte,
Miss Geraldine Rata, and Mr. Ronald West.
Lower right: The President ol the Fathers' Club,
Mr. Carl Mantsch, waltzes with Mrs. C. Mantsch.
Last year we wrote that perhaps it was the
youth of the Fathers' Club as an organization
that made its energy seem boundless. We are
glad to report this year that ageing in the
Fathers' Club is a very graceful process. Like
the daring young man, the Fathers' Club
continues to expand lavishly of its energy for
the good of the students and the school.
Highlights ot the past year were the First
Annual Picnic, Sunday, August 14th, 1955, the
Second Annual Dance, Saturday, February 4th,
1956, and the Second Annual Easter Party,
Tuesday, March 13th, 1956.
Entering into the administration of the
Fathers' Club for l955-1956, were the following:
Carl Mantsch, president, Michael Milano,
vice-president, Iohn Waleieski, Ir., recording
secretary, Sylvester Poblocki, financial
secretary, Iohn Kelliher, treasurer, Mitchell
Zawislak, sergeant-at-arms, and Casimir
Szczepinslci and Edward Paul, trustees. The
Rev. Louis A. Tusinski, C.R., is the chaplain.
Top lett to right: Geraldine Stelmach, George Kanary, Pat Rozen,
Charles Myszka, Doris Sunde, Jerry Serzen, Jerry Tobias, Bar,
Bottom, Standing: J. Tobias, Sitting, foreground: Geraldine Stel-
mach, Background: Barbara Budzban, George Kanary, Dancing:
lett to right: Doris Sunde, Jerry Serzen, Pat Rozen, Charles
The "love1iest night of the year" - this, however
was the loveliest night ot the entire high school
career - the night of the Senior Promenade -
sparkling dates - the melodic strains of Craig
Williams and his Orchestra - in the beautiful Red
Room of the Tam-O-Shanter Country Club -- the
Punch Fountain - the day, First Friday ot Mary's
Month, May 4th - Yes! It was "The Loveliest Night
of the Year".
Sianding: Charles Myszak, Pal Rozen, Silling: Jerry T0-
bias, Barbara Budzban
Top, leh lo right: Geraldine Slelmach, George Kanary, Doris Sunde,
Bottom, Fronl Table, lell io right: Pat Hoz-
en, Charles Myszka, Barbara Budzban, Jerry
Tobias Rear Table, leh io right: George Kan'
ary, Doris Sunde, Jerry Serzen, Geraldlno
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Another school year - and another Senior Class leaves the halls of
Gordon Tech - this time as graduates. Like the commencement exercises in
previous years. so too, this graduating class wished to make their
commencement exercises from the beautiful St. Stanislaus Kostka Church,
where for the last time as a group, the graduates might render humble thanks to
the Source of Wisdom for His untold blessings through the four years and
invoke in all humility His never-failing help for the more difficult and uncertain
Strengthened by the Presence of Him Who is in the Tabernacle, as well as
by the presence of those who love them, our Seniors will leave the church with
a courageous smile, knowing that they have the best example of facing their
problems in Him Who became tor all the Model and Pattern to be imitated.
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P A 'Win for Steve-L Brings No Classes
Gordon Tech Goes Wild
-Ends Losses af I9
Si. Philip I3-6
By Tommy Kougmanoff
There's joy today at 1456
W. Division st., where Gordon
Tech's student body of 450
boys is celebrating the schoo1"s
first Catholic League football
But, coach Joe Osmanski's
30 players-including injured
co-captain Steve Horvath, for
whom the -Rams "played" yes-
terday's 13-6 triumph over St.
Philip-weren't around for the
This upset overshadowed
St. Georges 12-O win over
Fenwick in the North-Central
section feature of the day at
The Rev. Louis Gracz. CR.,
Gordon Tech's principal,
rushed down into their dress-
ing room at Lane Stadium
after the history-making game
and rewarded them with a
"free day" today, no classes.
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Pictures on Page 82
er Photo: Letter club of Gordon Tech with Fr I. :
Cultierski, CH. Athletic Director
Extreme Lett: W. Lanq. 'tx P
Middle: Cheerleader Captain, Alice Huuinski ,
Right: li. Czapla, 3 I 0 H -I 3
First Row - Lell lo right: E. Chrapla, Mgr., R. Bigda, E. Glascoii, L
Murzyn, J. Swieca, J. Wegrzyn, W. Sirenski, J. Borzych.
Second Row - Lell In right: D. Rytlewski, D. Wierzal, T. Bigda, N. Stop-
ka, Co-Capiain, H .Marczuk, R. Suba, F. Bebak, R. Bieciada.
Third Bow - Leli lo righl: Fr. L. Cukierski, C.R., Aihleiic Director, J
Osmanski, Coach, J. Richeri, W. Siekierski, W. Lewis, T. Gedville, R
Piaszek, J. Golec, R. Stachowicz, L. Zajdel, P. Kardasz.
Fourth Row - Lell lo righi: R. Slezewski, Perry, D. Wenc, P. Torina, G
Slubner, D. Pajerski, H. Zyniewicz, B. Oland, V. De Baro.
U". Slrvnslfi punts upminst Wvvlu-r High.
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Gordon, in the opener of the Catholic League, pulled the surprise of the
day, by defeating highly regarded St. Philip 13-6. The victory was well
deserved: it was also the first win for the Gordon Tech boys since ioining the
conference three years ago. Trailing 6-0 after three quarters, the Tech men
intercepted for two fourth period touchdowns. For the first T.D.. Iohn Swieca
climaxed a 40 yard Tech drive with a 5 yard plunge. Larry Murzyn.
sophomore quarterback, snatched 5 yards, and Dennis Rytlewski converted to
make it 13-6.
----l3 St. Philip -
0 St. George -
0 Holy Trinity
0 Weber .....
0 Loyola ....
----l2 De Paul---
Assistant Coach, Mr. Moserg Coach. Joe Osmanskig N. Stopka, Co Captain S
Horvath, Co-Captain: Fr. L. Cukerski, C.H., Athletic Director.
R. Hicsiudu running with
bull for u Imu'h1lou'n 11-
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H. Marrvzzak limbvring-up
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FRESHIVIA llllllllllll llAlVI
1955 will long be remembered as a season
ot undefeat for the Freshman Team. Although
not the biggest team in number, it made up
in determination and the sheer desire to win
this numerical deficiency.
The "F reshie" Team is expected to give
the Varsity the bench strength that a tootball
team needs. Few of the "Freshie" players may
obtain starting positions. May it serve as an
inspiration to the Varsity.
20 St. Patrick -
33 Holy Trinity
49 St. Ignatius
27 St. George -
7 Loyola ---
6 Weber ---
First low: R. Plurkowski, R. Machalski, J. Figura, S. Koziol, J. Datillo, A. Pietrzak, F. Cabala, J. Boryca.
Second low: W. Haury, P. Crall, L. Mackowick, P. Spinelli, D. Krupa, K. Stolz, R. Bielski, T. Rachal,
Third How: D. Brady, M. Michiel, G. Lewandowski, Norku, W. Stuhner, D. Camis, J. Hansen, R. Rice.
Fourth llow: Mr. E. Wasielewski, Coach, E. Hapack, R. Maicher, J. Muzinic, E. Jamhor, Fr. L. Cukierski, C,R.
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VARSITY: Mr. J. De Giovanni, Coach, R. Machalski, W. Lewis,
L. Murzyn, D. Perry, D. Krupa, R. Kopala, S. Koziol, J. Boryca
P. Torina, R. Plurkowski, D. Wierzal, W. Lang, Fr. L. Cukierski
CR., Athletic Director.
Kneeling: R. Milano, Mgr.
JUIIIURS: Mr. J. Di Giovanni, Coach, L. Mackowik, H. Czapla
W. Cwik, C. Gustalson, L. Zadjdel, J. Golec, R. Cetnar, D. Mad
ura, C. Elkin, V. De Bam, J. Lusak, D. Foyet, Fr. L, Cukierski
C.R., Athletic Director.
B A S K I 'I' B I- I- Kneeling: H. Milano, Mgr.
Try try, and try again! Although the
basketball teams have gone through another
season without a victory. yet they did not cease to
try. As the season rolled along, the teams improved.
Vllith each loss suffered, more basketball "savy"
was acquired by every Ram basketeer.
Basketball terms as , "half-court press",
"fast-break", "1-2-2", "l-3-l", "five man weave".
any many others will no longer baffle the Rams
as was proven in the St. George, Holy Trinity
Weber, Loyola, and De Paul games.
With the new experience acquired, the
Rams are eagerly preparing for the next
season. Each loss has renewed the team's
determination to tight harder for victory in the
FLYS: First Row. lelt to right: D. Rucinski W. Haury, J
Jajka, L, Machowick, R. Siachowicz.
Second Row: lett to right: Mr. E. Wasielwski, Coach, J
Roscoe, R. Szura, J. Golec, G. Figura, D. Madura, P
Schimpl Br. Waller, CH., R. Hech, Mgr.
BAIITAMS: First llow, let! to right: R. Incardone, D
Wenc, T. Szczotkowski, R. Machalski, D. Sydor, W. Lewis
Second How, lelt to right: Mr. E. Wasielewski, Coach, J
Benn, E. Herlihy, J. Boryca, R. Torina, D. Zimmerman
H. Plurkowski, T. Gardynski, W. Siekierski, Br. Walter
G3 St. Michael
81 St. Benedict
72 De La Salle
57 St. Mel
50 St. Ignatius
55 St, Leo
Bl St. Patrick
73 St. Mel
GI St. Ignatius
79 St. Benedict
55 St. Philip
87 St. Michael
57 St. Philip
47 St. George
50 Holy Trinity
4l De Paul
B3 St. Philip
55 St. George
55 Holy Trinity
49 De Paul
51 St. Michael
63 St, Benedict
55 De La Salle
44 St. Mel '
26 St. Ignatius
29 St. Leo
42 St. Patrick
33 St. Mel
37 St. Ignatius
32 St. Benedict
65 St. Rita
83 St. Michael
38 St. Philip
47 St. George
47 Holy Trinity
61 De Paul
sz sr. Philip
22 St. George Y
S0 Holy Trinity
50 De Paul
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II . lung scores uguinxl lh1l'uul.
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Svniurs lrying .wrurv upminsl U vlwr High.
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Standing, lolt to right: J. Kedzierski
L. Pstrzoch, Co-Captains, Mr. B
Gonzales, Moderator, F. Kot, Man
Sitting: J. Gorman, P. Zack, W.
Tjardes, D. Semans, M. Poskozim,
K. Stolz, R. Micheil.
Really lor the dive: R. Kukulski, G.
Rabick, M. Poskozim, F. Duftner, J.
Gorman, P. Zack, R. Micheil, J.
Pstrzoch, J. Kedzierski, F. Kot.
The swimming team at Gordon Tech has completed
its second year of competitive swimming under the
direction of Mr. Brice Gonzales. This sport serves as an
outlet for many students who cannot participate in other
sports because of force ol circumstances. It is a sport
which builds character inasmuch as each member must
leam to think for himself and be gracious not only in
victory but also in defeat. Hard work and courage are
the two badge marks of the swimming team at Gordon
St. Leo ....
St. George -
St. Patrick -
St. Philip --
I. Gnnzuluz issuing inxlruvliunx In-forv ll nmol lu Nlllllllllillg
limrling ffulllllfllx in ssiun will: llwir nmflvrulur. Mr, If
The bowling season has come to a very
pleasant end. The popularity of this sport
at Gordon Tech is attested to by the number of
students who participate in it. The victors of
this season were teted by the Fathers' Club on
March 18, 1956 at the Easter party in the
BOWLING CLUB CAPTAINS
I. Natzke, A. Iakubczyk, I. Soika,
B. Gancarz, D. Samiec, H. Czerniak, I. Pawula.
I. Roscoe. R. Elkin, D. Tynus, K. Paiak, W.
Strenski, I. Zawilenski.
foreground: Alice Rucinskig Clock-
vlise, Alice Rucinski, Connie Piet-
rzak, Lucille Dziurdzik, Pat Koz
lowski, Dolores Farris, Toni Winic
ki, Dorothy Podraza, Diane Syl-
Although not a co-educational institution, Gordon Tech does not lack for
beauty or enthusiasm on the part of the "fair sex". The cheerleading squad is
made up of eight of the prettiest girls from the Holy Family Academy. Thru
"thick or thin" the volubility of the girls and the stands at both fooball and
basketball games was ever the same. Sportsmanship of the teams and the
girls made for such enthusiasm - no matter what the score.
Special mention in our yearbook must be made of Alice Rucinski, a very
pretty, blond senior from the Academy, who is the captain of the squad and
who has to her record the fact that she hasn't missed a single game in the tour
years On the squad.
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The football players were honored at a
special Christmas Party sponsored by the
Mothers' Club. Awards were presented to the
most valuable players and the best sportsmen.
In a similar fete sponsored by the Fathers'
lr. l,. f.rur':. l..lf.. lIHllx'4'X prw- - -
Wnmmm ,U ,fi H,HW,n,,. Club m Apnl, not only the Basketball players.
but also, the Swimmers and Bowlers received
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5' " ""l"'i" their awards for a work well done in these
iI'4'I'llIl'. l'J'fII4liIIN Illll'jHI.Kl' nj
fnnllmll In group ul lrrrllqllvl. particular sports'
Lett to right: Mr. Joseph Pranlca, Treasurer of the P.R.C.U., and Mr. John
Waner, President of City and Suburban Heating and Sheet Co., Inc., recipients
of the Gordon Tech Medal tor personal interest displayed in the school's weltar
Rt. Rev. Msgr. T. Czastka, P.A.
The Rev. C. A. Brzegowy, C.R.
The Rev. S. Duda, C.R.
The Rev. P. Lenczyk, C.R.
Holy Family Academy
St. Mary's Hospital
S. Koziol, M.D.
L. Narut, M.D.
Mrs. Marie Bykowska
Mr. F. Bies
Mr. R. Braski
Churchill Cabinet Co.
Mr. Joseph Ciborowski
Cohen Scrap and Iron Co.
Gordon Boosters Club
Mrs. J . Hardt
Mr. V. J anicki
Mr. E. J ozwik
Rt.Rev. Msgr. J . Zelezinski
The Rev. J . Mysliwiec, C.R.
The Rev. J . Polinski, C.R.
V. Lesiak, C.R.
St. Elizabeth Day Nursery
Resurrection Day Nursery
C. Przypyszny, M.D.
J. Fafinski, D.D.S.
B. Tatarowicz, M.D.
Mr. and Mrs. John Waner
Mr. Joseph Pranica
Mr. and Mrs. John Kozy
Mr. John Krak
Marrese Heating and Plumbing
Mr. C. Nogal
Mr. E. Scheffler
Mr. J . Walejeski
Mr. J . Wilk
Mr. A. Zurat
Brother Walter Wroblewski, C.R., in
charge ol Haddon Ave. building.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Larsen
Mac Ray's Service Station
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Marchik
Marrese Heating Sr Plumbing
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mateia
Mr. and Mrs. John Miniar
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mysliwiec
National Cylinder Gas Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Niewiadow-
ski and Family
Palatine Drapery and Linen Shop
P.F.C. Richard R. Palikii - U.S.M.C.
Mr. Philip Parr, AFL-CIO
Peoples Federal Savings 8: Loan
Mr. and Mrs. Pietrzak
Mrs. John Rachal
Roman's Home Bakery
Mr. and Mrs. Casmir Rompala
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Rompala
Mr. and Mrs. Al C. Ropa
Joseph P. Ropa
Joseph P. Rostenkowski
Mr. and Mrs. John Sadowski
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sierakowski
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Schneider
Sophomore A CRoom 4063
James J. Spinelli
John J. Spinelli
Mrs. Rose Spenelli
Li'l Wally 8: Lucky Harmony Boys
David M. Zimmerman
Saint Aloysius Church
Rev. Leo P. Coggins
Dominican Fathers of St. Piu
Saint Fidelis Church
Rev. Ignatius S. Renklewski
Honorable John C. Marcin
Mr. and Mrs. V. Baniqued
L. Bednarski, Catering
Mr. and Mrs. A. Bildren, A 81 S Club
Charles S. Bonk
Mr. and Mrs. A. Cabala
Kaz. Cabanski, R. Ph.G.
Mrs. M. Carroll
Chicago Rawhide Mtg. Co.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Dorult
Driscoll 8: C., Electroplaters
Freshman ot Room 104
Freshmen of Room 202
Mr, and Mrs. A. Gedville
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Fritzler and
F. 81 S. Laundromat
Joseph P. Giammarese
Gene's Radio 81 T.V. Repair Shop
Gore 8: Kaye
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gorski
Mr. and Mrs. S. Grywaz
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gunia
Mr. and Mrs. Halas and Family
The Haralx Co., Mfgs. ol Motor Care
Mr. and Mrs. Holes Br Family
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Jeronlek
Mr. and Mrs. L. Kardasz and Son
Mr. and Mrs A. Karpinski
Valentine P. Kaszuba
Kirsten Funeral Home
Kolssak Funeral Home
Mr. and Mrs. George Kot
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Koziol, Sr.
Art and Louise Kwas
Mr. and Mrs. Florian Kwasniewski
Mr. and Mrs. A. Labuda
Mr. and Mrs, Frank Lagowski
Brother Thomas Guzy, CR., in
charge of Division St. building.
Fr. I.. Tusinski. C.R.. Fathers' Club Moder-
ator addresses guests at 0'rganization's Bas-
Rev. Ierome I. Andracki, C.R.
Rev. William P. Dunne
Rev. Iohn A. Fedor
Rev. Edward T. Kush
Rev. Matthew C. Malley
Rev. Iohn I. Rochtord
Mr. and Mrs. A. Amato
Mr. and Mrs. Ioseph Baredziak
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bebak and Family
B. 6. F. Liquors 6. Tap - Flory Bellak
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beilke and Son
Mr. and Mrs. Max Biesiacla
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bieszczad
Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Bik
Dr. C. I. Bochenek, D.D.S.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Bonicki
Ald. Charles S. Bonk
Mrs. Anna Boryca
Brenner's Bicycle Store
Dr. and Mrs. Thaddeus Bresden
Mrs. Irene Cetnar
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Cetnar
Mrs. I. Chrnura and Ioseph
Mr. Harry Czarnecki
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Czerwiec
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Duda
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dutner
Elaine's Variety Shop
Emerald Radio Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Iohn G. Gedes
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gesinski
Mr. Frank Gietzen
Mr. and Mrs. F. Gladkowski
Stanley A. Godek
Eugene I. Golec
Mr. and Mrs. L. Gregory
Mr. and Mrs. Grzegorek
Hansen's Liquor Store
Mr. and Mrs. E. Herlihy
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Holthaus
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Horvath
Mr. and Mrs. M. Hozian
Mr. and Mrs.
Imperial Store for Men
Iack's Super Food Mart, Inc.
Mr. and Mrs. Iesse V. Iacobson
Mrs. R. Iahnke
Mr. Iohn F. Iayko
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
C. I. Kazmierowicz
Mr. and Mrs.
. Ioseph Komala
Ewald Funeral Home
Mr. Rodney F axon
Mr. and Mrs. Frank F eczko
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Figura
Fortuna Bros. Funeral Home
Freshmen of Room 104
Fullerton Barber Shop
GaHke's Meat Market
Stephen C. Lackawicz
and Mrs. Bob Lange
and Mrs. Ioseph Lejman
and Mrs. S. Lempa
. and Mrs. Bernard Lewandowski, Sr
and Mrs. L. I. Lewandowski
Mr. I. C. Mabey
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Machaj
F. L. Majka Realty Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Malinowski and Son
Mr. and Mrs. August Martz
Buddy, Barbara, Anne, Thomas Martz
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maciej
Mr. and Mrs. F. Meyer
Mrs. Iulia Morris
Mr. and Mrs. Ioseph Mozdziesz
William Mounsey Movers and Son
Mr. and Mrs. Ioseph Musial
Mrs. Ignatius Myszka
Mr. Ioseph Muhr and Family
Mr. and Mrs. I. Novak
Nu-Seal Combination Window CS
Mrs. G. Obora
Mr. and Mrs. I. Olney
Mr. and Mrs. Iohn Pajak
Pearl and Gene
Mr. and Mrs. Iacob Pluskota
Frank M. Poskozim
R. B. Clothing Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rice
Mrs. Theresa Rizzetto
K. Popa 6- Sons Clnsurance Agencyl
Recorder Ioseph F. Ropa
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rosmus
Mr. and Mrs. Ioe Rotter
Mr. and Mrs. Iohn F. Rzeszotko
Mr. and Mrs. George Sabo
Sadowski Funeral Home
Henry M. Sarton, D.D.S.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Serzen
Schafer's Iewelry Shop
Fr. Peter Fiolek. CJK., editor of "The Ban-
ner" who served us M.C. at Basketball Ban-
Peter Schams Family
Th Scheiiler Family
A Sermak Family
Mr. Max Shapiro
Harry A. Sheck - Lincoln
Mr. and Mrs. W. Siekierski
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sierocki and Sons
Mr. and Mrs. Iohn Skupien
Spearhead Cabins, Knolton, Wis.
Iams S. Spinelli
I. Michael Spinelli
Michael Spinelli, Ir.
Mr. and Mrs. Iohn Swieca
Iohn, Tom, Frank, Ierry, the Boys
Dr. and Mrs. T. V. Srutwa
Mr. and Mrs. F. Szymanski
Mr. and Mrs. Iohn Szymanski
Peter A. Stolz
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Siolarz
Mr. and Mrs. P. I. Tadda and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Iohn Tatar
Throop Street Inn
Mr. and Mrs. Tiardes
Mrs. Earl P. Vickery
Mr. and Mrs. Iohn Walejewski
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Watrach
Mr. Charles Wojcik and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zajdel
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Zawislak
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Zawislak
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zgoda
Dr. Louis Zelazo, Ir.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zielinski and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zygmunt
Z. S. G.
Chester A. Brzegowy
James Prusinski, C.R.
Joseph Prusinski, C.R.
Br. Robert Skopeck, C.R.
Alderman and Mrs. Bernard Prusin-
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adamiec
W. Ambrose 8: Son
American United Cah Association
Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Amorella
Aristocrat Valet Shop
Mr. and Mrs. W. Augustyniak
John Baierski 8: Son
Mr. and Mrs. A. Balanowski
Mr. Adolph Baker
Ben, Agnes, Patti, Tonie
Mrs. A. Baredziak
Miss Karen Baredziak
Mr. and Mrs. John Barnas
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Bartel
Clarence L. Barts
Beath Music Studio
Bee Mor Grill
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bellak
Mr. Harold Bennett
Mrs. Betty Benson
Mr. Roy Benson
B. 81 F. Food Shop
Mr. and Mrs. Reno Biasi
Mr. and Mrs. Biderman
Mrs. Catherine Bieszczad
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Blk
Mr. and Mrs. George N. Bock
Jo and Al Bonar
John M. Bonar
Mr. Charles J. Bondi
Mr. John Braun
Leo M. Brieske and Son
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bresnahan
Mrs. Betty Brostek
Ghes. Brozek Tavern
Mr. and Mrs. J. Burda and Son
Mary M. Butler
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bylmowski
Mr. and Mrs. J. Cahay
Paul Calista, Jr.
Campbell Midwest Grocery
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Casanietta
Eleanor 8: Bruno Chmiel
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Chmura
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Chrapla
Walter Chrapla from Bradys Pub
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Christopher
Mr. Chips, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cieslak
Miss Wanda Cieslak
Richard E. Contorti
Commonwealth Edison Co.
Compliments of L.F.G.
I. S. Crane, Inc.
Congress Radio 8: Appliance
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Cohn
Cub Pack 3124 ot St. Hyacinths
Mrs. Joseph Czerwinski
Mrs. A. Czerlanis
Mr. and Mrs. S. Czerlanis, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Czapla
Mr. and Mrs. J. Czyzewicz
Daluga 8: Huges
Mrs. Theresa DeMose
Mr. and Mrs. Archie C. Dillon
Dolores 8: Ken
Mr. Edwin Dominiak
Mr. and Mrs. J. Donkowski
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dominiak
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dominiak
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Sig Sukowicz and Mr. R. lhalen with ralph
rities inuuguruting Bond Drive.
Mrs. Bernice A. Drabanski
Mrs. Rose Draiin
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Draus
Mr.. and Mrs. Christ Driscoll
Mr. and Mrs. John Drwal
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dutka
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dziedzic
Frank E. Dziwicz
E. 8: B. Meat Mkt.
Mrs. and Miss Elder
Mr. and Mrs. T. Elkin
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ernest
John Fako and Family
Mr. and Mrs. E. Fitelski
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fiqura
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Filar
Flamingo Gilt 8: Card Shop
F. 81 M. Cigar Store
F. 81 N. Food Store
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Forys
Freshman A ot Room 102
Freshman B ot Room 101
Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Fugiel
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ganc
Mr. and Mrs. A. Gasior
Mr. James Gau, Jr.
Mrs. Annette Gay
Miss Trinita Gay
Mr. Wm. Gay
John Gier, Jr.
Dr. Joseph D. Giosh
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Glab
Mrs. Antoinette Glogowski
Mrs. Agatha Godek
Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Godek
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gorski
Charles L. Gracz
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gromek and Sons
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grzechowiak
Miss Joan Grzegorek
Mrs. Nora Haines
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hajduk
Mr. and Mrs. F. Hanschke and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hansen
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hernacki
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Husband
Mr. and Mrs. E. Izral
Mr. and Mrs. Casimir Jachimowski
Jaeger Funeral Service
Joseph Jakoby, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Jambor
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jandow
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Jarmula
Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Harczyk
Mrs. Sophie Jazdrzewski
Mrs. Edward Jelen
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jendras
Jimmy's Nicest Rest
J. 8: L. Jordan
Mr. and Mrs. C. Jurewicz
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Juric
Mr. and Mrs. C. Kaczmarek
Mr. and Mrs. B. Kaminski and Son
Dr. M. V. Kaminski
Mrs. Frances Kanary
George E. Kanary
C. Kapp Plumbing - Heating
Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Kappy
Dr, and Mrs. Walter M. Karr
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Karwowski
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kato
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Katz
Key 81 Lock Repair Shop.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Kica
G. A. Kleba
C. Br J. Kohos
Richard W. Koch
Mr. and Mrs. Kondor
Mr. and Mrs. R. Kolas
Mr. and Mrs. Roman Komala
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Komala
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kolaski
Mr. Stanley Kopala
Mr. and Mrs. Koester
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Korzuchowski
Mrs. Louisa Kosatanon
Steve 8: Harriet Kordek
Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Koziol
Miss Julia Koziol
John Kovacik, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Krawczyk
Mrs. Agatha Krupa
Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Krupa
Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Krupa
Mr. and Mrs. Casey Krupa
Mr. Thaddeus A. Krupa
Mr. and Mrs. C. Krupe - Nancy -
E. W. Kruse
Mrs. Frank Kucinski
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Krzeminski
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kulkulski
Mr. and Mrs. V. Kusek
Edward and Gladys Krysa
Mr. E. Kwidd
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kwiek
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kworka, Jr.
Mrs. V. Lackawicz
Mr. Joseph A. Latico
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lanzarotta
Mr. Thomas G. Lawless
Elliott R. Lee
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leia
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lehman
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lestar
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewandowski
Miss Mary A. Lew
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lidzbinski
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Lisak
Ray and Elaine Litterski
Mr. and Mrs. Bruno V. Lojkutz and
Mr. and Mrs. M. Lukarz
Joseph S. Lukawszczyk
Mr. and Mrs. John Lusak
Mr. and Mrs. James Lynn
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Machai
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Machalski, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Madura
Mr. and Mrs. S. Madura
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Madura
Mae's Food Shop
Mr. and Mrs. A. Madzinski
Mr. and Mrs. L. Malecki and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Chester A. Malinowski
Gary A. Malinowski
Mr. and Mrs. J. Malley
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Manning, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mandrake
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marach
Mr. and Mrs. John Marcinek
Marelr's Candy Co.
Page One Hundred-Twu
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Margiewicz
Mr. Nick Mareola
Mrs. Rose Mareola
Marnow Drug Store
Mrs. Mary Matz and Sons
Misses Sally and Josephine Marzec
Mr. G. Marzec
Mr. and Mrs. J. Micek
Mrs. V. Michalski
Mr. and Mrs. John Mikosz
Mrs. H. Mikula
Mr. Nick Minola
Mrs. Sue Minola
Mrs. Bernice Miroslaw
Mrs. Mary Moncala
Mrs. Michael Mondone
Dr. and Mrs. Alex A. Morgan
John Moskal trom Brady's Pub
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mozuch and
Stanley and Antoinette Mrozek
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Muza
Mr. and Mrs. John Myszkiewicz
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Napora
Mr. and Mrs, N. Nielsen
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Niemiec
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Noga
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Novak
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Novak
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Novak
Mrs. Rose Novak
Northwest News Agency
Mr and Mrs. Tony Nuzzo
0. K. Hardware
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Okon and Son
Mr. and Mrs. C. Oland
Mr. and Mrs. William Olinski
B. 0necki's Grocery
One Day Cleaners
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Onysio
Mr. Anthony Orlowski
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ostrowski
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pacelli
Mrs. Margaret Panella
Park Avenue Grill
Joseph W. Paner
Mr. and Mrs. Roman Pasowicz
Mr. and Mrs. F. Pawlicki
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Petzel
Mrs. Marie Peters
J. W. Pedersen
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pierce
Mr. and Mrs. Pawlowski
Mr. and Mrs. Pasciak
Mrs. F. Pirnat
Mr. and Mrs. J. Pisowicz
Mr. and Mrs. E. Placek
Miss Gloria Placek
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ploszai, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Plucinski
Estelle and Andrew Pociask
Mrs. Mary Pociask
Mary and Edwin Pociask
Mr. and Mrs. J. Poczatek
Mr. and Mrs. J. Podgarski
Mr. and Mrs. F. Podgorski
Eugene and Harriet Polelslri
Mr. and Mrs. Porto
Mr. Henry Poskoczem
Mrs. Mildred Poxitone
Mr. and Mrs. J. Prindes
Mr. and Mrs. J. Pstrzoch
Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund Ptaszek
Mr. Casimir Pulawski
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Puralewski
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Puralewski
Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Puralewski
Pure Farm Dairy
Mrs. Anna Pyrchla
Edward J. Pyrchla
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pyre
Mr. Edward Pyrzynski
Mr. Francis Rachtal
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hakoncay
Fred and Mike Hakoncay
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ratz's
H. B. Clothing Store
Mrs. James Reibel
Mr. Ray Restarski
Mr. and Mrs. Clay Rhodes
Mrs. Annabelle Rhodes
Mr. and Mrs. E. Rohde
Mr. and Mrs. Rolek
Mr. James Ronan
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Ropa
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ropa
Mr. and Mrs. J. Roscoe
Anthony D. Roumanas
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rymarz
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander J. Rytlew-
Mr. and Mrs. T. Sambor
Miss Vicki Sambor
Mr. and Mrs. A. Schachtschober
Mr. and Mrs. A. Scheier
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shibovich
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Semenity
Mr. and Mrs. A. Shershen
Mr. and Mrs. John Selranka
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Siebert
T. J. Siemior
A. R. Seeber Howe
Mrs. Edith Sikorski
Mrs. B. Sierawski
Mr. and Mrs. Steve Siwek
Mr. and Mrs. Burno Skopeck
Miss Virginia Skopeck
Miss Jean Skiha
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Skozey
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Skonie
Mr. Leonard Skripski
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Smith
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smolarek
Mr. and Mrs. J. Slupski
Joseph and Edward Smaron
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Soiak
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Soika
Mrs. Ray Sperkowski
Adalbert and Agnes - Spider Web
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Spiegler
Mrs. Michael Spinelli
Mr. and Mrs. Spychalski
Dr. and Mrs. Thaddeus V. Srutwa
Stanley J. Stack
Mrs. Charles Stahl
Mrs. Ida Steiner
Mr. and Mrs. John Stasik
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Stegowski
Mr. and Mrs. F. Slelmachowski
Mr. and Mrs. John Stock
Stanley Midwest Store
Peter Stoltman, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stopka
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stopka, Jr.
Mr. J. R. Stolzenbach and Son
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Strenski
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Strenski
Miss Harriet Strenski
Mrs. Stephanie Strenski
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Strybel
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sweda
Mr. and Mrs. J. Swoboda
Mr. and Mrs. Casey Sydor
Mr. and Mrs. S. Szatkowski
The Sylvester Family
Mr. Joseph Szelranka
Mr. and Mrs. Szybowicz
Paul J. Tadda, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Tobias
Mr. and Mrs. M. Tomchuk
Thrilty Food Store
Mr. and Mrs. Torina
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Mr. and Mrs. Chester J. Trawinski
Erwin L. Trawinski
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tiardes
Mr. and Mrs. Al. J. Urbanski
Mrs. Victoria Urbas
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Vangelisla
Sam Viviano - The Barber
Mrs. Michael Wadas
Dr. J. S. Wagman
Mr. and Mrs. J. Waleiewski and
Mr. and Mrs. W. Waleiewski and
Dr. Edward Warnick
Walkin's Duality Products
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Weiler
Wasko Funeral Home
Mr. Charles Werner
Mr. Joe Werner
Mr. Joseph White
Mrs. Theresa White
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wiatr
Mrs. Clarence Wiatrak
Miss Theresa Witek
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wleklinski
Mr. and Mrs. T. Wleklinski
Mr. and Mrs. Adam Woicik
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wojcicki
Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Woinicki
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Woinicki
Mr. and Mrs. Woitas
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Woitas
Mr. F. Woitanowicz
Mr. Edward Woitowicz
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Woloszkiewicz.
Mr. and Mrs. M. Wolinski
Miss Diane Wrobel
E. J. Wroblewski
Mr. and Mrs. Albert A. Wyse
Mrs. Mary Zachacki
Mrs. E. Zagroba
Mr. and Mrs. H. Zagroba
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zagroba
Mr. and Mrs. John Zaiac
Bernadine A. Zawislak
Joe, Clara, and Billy Zawislak
Mr and Mrs. S. Zawilenski
Mr. and Mrs. Jon Zawistanowicz
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Zaworski
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zelazo
Mrs. Stephen Zidek
Mr. and Mrs Ted Zydek
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zylinski
Mr. and Mrs. Zymali
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Our gratitude and thanks to :
Fr. Louis A. Gracz, C.R., Principal, for his interest, generosity and permissions granted to the staft,
Fr. Louis A. Tusinski, C.R., Assistant-Principal, for his untiring labors in behalt of the Patron Drive and
great help rendered in preparing the tinal copy of the manuscript, Fr. John Bresden, UR., tor arranging
underclassmen and Patron sequences both in copy and pictures, Fr. Peter Fiolek, CB., editor ot "The Banner"
tor his invaluable advice and excellent suggestions, Mr. Imil Valasek for his enthusiastic assistance in
the art work, Mr. Karel O. Valasek, for his illustrations, Boot Studios for their splendid courtesy, grand
co-operation, and excellent photography, Mr. Mitchell tor his time and professional guidance, Mr. Harold
Beckett of DeLuxe Craft Studios for work on covers, and the Students and Faculty for their co-operation
in the Patron Drive and interest displayed in the production ot the "1956 Tech Log".
C. Myszka and J. Lynn, Co-Editors
with 1956 Tech Log Stalt.
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