Morgan Park High School - Empehi Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1927
Page 1 of 184
Pages 6 - 7
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Text from Pages 1 - 184 of the 1927 volume:
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George B. Lorentz ' Cora E. Petty
Assistant Principal .Dean of Girlsg Latin
Harriet E. Arthur ...... ............. La tin, D-ramatics il
Lucy E. Babcock ..... ..... G eneral Science, Zoology '
Eva Barry ........... ............ O ffice Assistant ,
Marie Bellinghausen ....
Margaret Brown .....
Ella Burkhart .......
William B. Calkins .... .-
Lillian H. Condit--
M. Meroe Conlan .....
E. Ellen Fuhrman--
Jennie M. Gahl ....
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E Arthur R. Gay .... ............ P hysics, General Science
ali Helen Greentield' .... ....... L .................... Se wing .
L rigid Lewis L. Hall ........ ..... C hemistry, Physics, General Science
i Mary P. Holland ..... --4 ................. English, Spanish
S . Edna B. Hotchkiss ..... ................ ., ........ D rawing
ll Rosalie Kurz ......... ..... P hysical Education
Elsie R. Larson .... .............. E nglish 3
Mary Lusson ....... ............. M usic
1 l Eugenie M. Mackin .... .... C ivics, Economics
ix Mary I. Malone ...... ..... T ---Stenography Y
rig! Robert E. Maysack-.--- ..... Physical Education '
' 352: Bertha A. Miller ..... .... . .......... H istory
ll' Ruth Mills ........ .... C ommevcial Subjects Il
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Q4 Genevieve Monsch .... .... B otany, Mathematics , R J
Q i Ida M. Nicely ....... ...... G eneral Science , Q
Lawrence E. Olsen .... .... M echanical Drawing Henry E. Parrett ..... .... M ilitary Training
525 Bemard Peterson ..... ......... B oys' Athletics
Irene M. Peterson .... .... E nglish, Publications
Esther Philley ..... ............. C oolging
ilfgisyj Edwin Schildhauer --- .... Band Instructor
Clarabell Sheehy .... ......... D 'rawing
2 Margaret Sturgeon .... ........ E nglish Q53
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'E Laura Walter ....... ..... M athematics 253'
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' GREETINGS AND CONGRATULATIONS TO' THE STAFF
Q D OF THE 1927 EMPEHI p
T I congratulate you on havmg compiled another volume of the Empehi, for havmg
-I recorded another year's events, pleasures and progress. I am able to congratulate li
Q, tl you, for I think I now know fairly well the business of compiling such a book.
ix Probably last November or December your work started. It grew more -diiiicult
3 I and more intense until in March and April it seemed there was not time in which
.. diy to inish your' work as you had planned it. Articles failed to come in, pictures were 2 I
1' fil im le, some Freshman's "Pet Anti athy," or some Junior's "Secret Ambition," I
n I. P y
f was unworthy of him, and he must be searched out from among some few hundred -
others to secure one of more representative character. Your lost your patience when 1
' asked on every occasion, "What's this for?" Probably you asked yourself a thousand 1 ,Q
S, times just why you ever condescended to take a place on the Annual Staff.
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Q, 'i p Your work is over now. When that book comes out fand the ads are paid forlj l
A lg 4, you will see at last just what your work has done for you. One can have no greater l
joy than that experienced upon seeing the tangible result of his long, concentrated
1, ' eEorts. K'
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IU, The ex riences you have gained from your work this year, msigmicant as they i
f 'lil may seem to you now, will crystallize into a fine working knowledge which will make
ll you thoroughly enjoy this work another time. The let-down is too great at present I p
4 for you to realize what a really. fine and worthwhile training your minds have gone I ,
through. There is value too in having finished that piece of work against odds.
There are difficulties, more than those who have not worked with the staff can ever I
p realize, but you have overcome them all and sped on to a victory. l il
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tl Again I send greetings to you, and to my Alma Mater, although in its new state "se
A I hardly recognize it. And again I congratulate you and your work, and wish you '4
II, the best of success for the future. :Q
ill Marjorie Allen, Editorfin-Chief, 1926 Empehi,
I Gulf Park College,
Gulf Port, Miss. T
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A ALUMNI GREETINGS
A THORNE RIMES-THETA DELTA CHI HOUSE, ANN ARBOR, MICH.
THETA DELTA PLEDGE. . . 7 T'
"Congratulations on really being in the new school! Morgan Park should rank
first in everything and -,it is up to the students to make it rank first. Keep the old
Morgan Park school spirit alive." I 7 '
MARY PATTISON-ROCKFORD COLLEGE, ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS. f
"Greetings and congratulations to the new school. May the achievements of the
future be as progressivefas those of the past." '
PATRICIA HELLWEG-MUSIC SCHOOL OF NORTHWESTERN UNI' .
VERSITY, EVANSTON, ILLINOIS. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB, NORTHSHORE r
FESTIVAL CHORUS, CAST IN'-WI A. AJS ANNUAL MUSICAL COMEDY, .
MEMBER OF GAMMA 'PHI BETA SORORITY , I .
I "just a greeting to you"all, Empehi faculty and students--congratulations on the
splendid things you have been doing. How I miss the good old opera rehearsals." . V,
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PHILIP, BLODGETT-BOWDOIN, DELTA UPSILON HOUSE, BRUNS-
WICK, MAINE. MEMBER OF FENCING SQUAD, STAFF OF BOWDOIN ' '
BEAR SKIN. . . I .2
"I can attribute my continued existence here, after the mid-year examinations just I
completed, to the splendid training I received at Morgan Park."
DAVID PRESTON-THE PRINCIPIA, ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI. A l
"I am enjoying my school year at Principia a lot and think that after a year here
I will be able to enter college with no difficulty at all. I certainly look back on my '
years at Empehi with fondest of memories. , To all my old friends and to the friends .
of Empehi that I do not know, wish to say 'Hello'." 7:38
JOHN MULHERN-NOT RE QDAME UNIVERSITY, SOUTH BEND, IND.
"Notre Dame sends its congratfulations to the senior class of 1927 and 'Hello'
to the faculty and rest of theschool. I'm having a fine time down here and only Tift.
hope that a few of the Empehi fellows will join me next year. If you're looking ' "V
for a school with plenty of pep and spirit, you will never miss it by attending the f 7
U. of N. D." ji
ALICE KEENEER-CHICAGO NORMAL COLLEGE, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
"Dear Empehi: It's only a year since-I left you but it seems ages. Good luck to V5
old Morgan Park." '
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WILLIAM KEPHART-DELTA UPSILON HOUSE, BOWDOIN COLLEGE,
BRUNSWICK, MAINE. BOWDOIN COLLEGE GLEE CLUB, FRESHMAN
i "just because last year's graduating class was unusually dumb doesn't make it ...-
necessary for this year's class to be likewise. Best of luck to the class of 1927." --
CORA MAY ELLSWORTH--FOSTER HALL U. OF C. COLLEGE, CHI- ,
CAGO, ILLINOIS. MEMBER OF ART CLUB Y. W. C. A., INTERCLUB 1
COUNCIL, WOMAN'S FEDERATION, FRESHMAN SWIMMING TEAM, i
MANAGER OF FRESHMAN HOCKEY TEAM, MEMBER OF THE MORTAR Q!
BOARD CLUB. 7
"We work, and we date,
Sometimes we stay out late-at Chicago! if
We work with a zest, I
For we love to do our best-at Chicago!" 3,
p MERRILL BENNETT--WORKING AT SVVIFT AND COMPANY'S GEN'
I ERAL OFFICE.
"I'm wishing the best o' luck to all Empehites. 'Your new school building is a ..
great place-the best of its kind." 4 Ju
1 I NATALIE DIEMER--STARRETT SCHOOL FOR GIRLS, 4515 DREXEL I
BOULEVARD, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. MEMBER OF FRENCH CLUB, DRA- ,
MATIC ART CLUB. 5
"Here's to the old friends, happy memories, and the new Empehif' f'
JEROME HOWARD--CRANE COLLEGE, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. MEM' p
1 BER ENGINEERING CLUB, ATHLETIC REPRESENTATIVE. E
a "I send my best wishes to my friends at Empehi, only to regret that my schooling
at Morgan Park is ended." A
,, MARGARET HOPKINS-OBERLIN COLLEGE, OBERLIN, OHIO. MEM' , lu
3 ' BER FRESHMAN HONOR SOCIETY, FRESHMAN HONOR COUNCIL' OF -,ew
- Y. W. C. A. .
Q-- "Dear Empehi: In spite of the fact that Chicago has a reputation here for being ......
'1 the most criminal city in the world, I haven't lost a bit of pride in my city and I know no one from any other city who could possibly be as proud of his high school V.
" alma mater as I am. Best wishes." ' .
. HOYT TROWBRIDGE- A
"As yet, I haven't been doing anything thrilling, but in September I expect to start jl
school at the University of Chicago. The new assembly hall should be big enough 'lf I
"" for now, but I suppose it won't be long before the whole place will be as crowded as 2
fi ever. The lunch room looks almost -too business-like to be true. I wish everybody F5
. l good luck, especially the Annual Staff and the basketball teams." " .
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RACHEL ARNEMAN-BELOIT COLLEGE, BELOIT, WISCONSIN. MEM-
BER FRESHMAN BOWLING AND HOCKEY TEAMS, Y. W. C. A., PI BETA
PHI SORORITY. '
"College is wonderful but Morgan Park still sounds good to me. Best wishes to
the faculty and students of Empehif' .
HARRIET MEHAN-STETSON UNIVERSITY, DELAND, FLORIDA.
MEMBER OF STETSON GLEE CLUB, DELTA DELTA DELTA SORORITY.
"If I weren't having a glorious time down here in the 'Sunny South' I might envy
you in your new school, Empehi!"
KATHRYN RAYMOND PUGH-1540 PARK AVENUE, RACINE, WIS'
"Hello, everybody! I wish I were still back with you enjoying your new school
that is one to be proud of. Work hard to keep it a leader. I am enjoying my new
life immensely. Would love to hear from you."
RACHEL WILLIAMS-CHICAGO MUSICAL COLLEGE, CHICAGO, ILLIf
NOIS. MAJORING IN PIANO AND VOICE, WON SNYDACKER SCHOLf
ARSHIP IN PIANO. MEMBER OF LAMBDA PHI DELTA FINE' ARTS SO'
"For one who is extremely interested in following a career in music and drama,
Chicago Musical College, in my estimation, is the finest in the country."
BALDWIN O'BRIEN-DENISON UNIVERSITY. GRANVILLE OHIO.
MEMBER OF FRESHMAN BASKETBALL SQUAD, FRESHMAN BASEBALL,
FRESHMAN MUSICAL COMEDY' DRUM MAJOR' MEMBER OF PHI
GAMMA DELTA FRATERNITY.
I will say nothing about my college as it spea s for itself but anyone loo ing fo
a real school nows that he can nd it at Denison. Wishing success for Empehi in
the uture-Bud. '
ELIZABETH THOMASONiSWEET BRIAR COLLEGE SWEET BRIAR
May I add my congratulations to those of the many other alumni on the comple
tion of the splendid new school? Sweet Briar and Morgan Park make a combination
hard to beat and I d recommend it to any girl contemplating an education.
RUTH SHEEHY-BELOIT COLLEGE BELOIT WISCONSIN. MEMBER
OF FRESHMAN Y. W. C. A. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION DELTA DELTA
I advise you all to come to Beloit if you want a good school! More fun lots of
wor and wonder ul times-o course I miss Morgan Park but then we do have to
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ROBERT HODGMAN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY CHAMPAIGN ILLINOIS.
I congratulate the 1927 annual staf on the excellent piece of work they have
produced I wish the members of the graduating class all the success possible in their
new ventures and to those of you who remain greetings from an alumnus
FRANCES GASTON ALPHA PHI HOUSE CHAMPAIGN ILLINOIS
We Floriculturists have the privilege of having our classes in the most popular
section of the campus and if any of you are down here I d be awfully happy to have
you drop in and say Hello
HARRIET JONES-CHICAGO NORMAL COLLEGE CHICAGO ILLINOIS.
Dear Friends From all accounts received Morgan Park seems to be prospering
even though it lacks the class of 26 Wishing Morgan Park loads of luck and suc
cess in its future enterprises
WALLACE KAWI PRE MEDICS COURSE AT TOLEDO UNIVERSITY
Upon leaving M P H S a school where the air is sweet with perfume and gay
with the musical strains of the Band and Orchestra I had experienced two feelings:
regret and pleasure. Regret in the fact that I left my dear Alma Mater which has
become a paradise to me from my two years associations and memories' pleasure in
the fact that I have gone a step upward in my ambition. The knowledge that I have
acquired there, particularly in Chemistry, can never be obliterated, and my experiences
in that school will linger forever in the deepest part of my heart as memories and
VIRGINIA HOVEY-11062 ESMOND ST., CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. DRA'
MATIC ART STUDENT AT ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS, PINE ARTS
BUILDING, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. .
"Howdy, Folks! A cry from the year that has flown, I wish I were back once
more among the most democratic people in the world. I have met students from
most of our prominent Chicago schools and have yet to meet one who comes up to
the standard of an Empehi student."
KATHRYN LAMMEDEE-ART INSTITUTE, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
"If-you want a combination of pep, good friends, dificult and interesting work,
there is no fner school than the Institute."'
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nation from high sghool. hut now that wc have rcachcd it, wc tind it is only an oasis,
wliwt' wt' art' rctircshcd. and sct forth again with i'cncwcd couragc and strcngth and
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HERBERT DANGREMOND "Herb"
S. A.3 Management Committee 1, 2, 4g Board of
Control 4g R. O. T. U. 1, 2, 3, 4g Honor Pla'
toon 33 Lieutenant 33 Captain 4g Rifle Team 4g
Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 President 4g Hi. Y.
Club 2, 3, 4g Secretary 4g Ofhcers' Club 43 Op-
eras 2, 3, 43 Emblem Club 2, 3, 43 VicefPresi'
dent 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4g Interclass Basketball
1, 3g Interclass Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Class Secref
tary 33 Class President 4.
Six feet of presidential dignity--that's Herb!
HARRIET SANDERS "Hait"
S. A.3 Management Committee 3, 43 Girl Re'
serves 1, 2g Folk Dancing 23 "Bells of Beau'
jolais" 23 Vice'President of class 3, 4.
Peppy, popular, funflouing Harriet. She can
"run things" well too, as we've found out when
we have elected her to class offices. '
S. A.3 Management Committee lg Civic Com'
mittee 1, 23 R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 4, Captain 4,
Honor Platoon 33 Band 4: Slide Rule Club 23
Rifle Team 4g Oflicers' Club 43 Annual Art
Staff 43 Basketball 4: Class Secretary 4.
An honor student and a high oficer in the
R. O. T. C.
JANET C. MEYERS
S. A., Secretary 23 Girl Reserve 1, 23 Manager
ment Committee 23 Social Committee 45 Girls'
Glee Club 2, 43 "The Runaway Girl" 23 Tau
Epsilon 4: Class Treasurer 4g Annual Staff 4.
An unusual combination of beauty, brains, and
friendly democratic spirit, the class choice for
S. A.g Girl Reserves 2, 3g Secretary 43 Art Club
3: Empehi Staff 3, 4g Annual Staff, Assistant
Fenger University of Cincinnati
No matter what Edith goes into, she is a girl
who will never do less than her best. Her unusual
artistic and scholastic ability made her the honor
student of the class.
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ARTHUR ANDERSON "Art"
S. A.: Management Committee 2: Civic Com-
mittee lg R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 4: Captain 4: Of-
ficers Club 4: Walking Club 1: Botany Club 2:
Science Club 3: "Bells of Beaujolaisn 3: Basket-
ball 3: lnterclass Football 4.
"Art is one of the few fellows who ever went to
see our girls' basketball games. Although he says
little at times, he springs unexpected "pep" on us
at other times.
INEZ CHUTE "Nezzie"
S. A.: Girl Reserves 1, 2: Girls' Athletic Com-
mittee 3: Science Club 3: "The Runaway Girl"
2: Girls' Chorus 2: Girls' Glee Club 4: Basket-
Barnard' Business World
Inez always keeps her word, and as a conse-
quence h-er friends rely on her.
HAROLD BURNS "Red"
S. A.: Emblem Club 3, 4, 5, President 5: ln-
terclass Football 3, 4, 5: Interclass Baseball 2,
3, 4: lnterclass Basketball 2, 3: Interclass Swim-
ming 2: Football 3, 4, 5, Captain ig Basketball
We could be trite and say, "Here is a second
'Red' Grange." His odd but striking personality
has won him unlimited popularity.
At Hot Springs, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4: Girl
Scouts 1, 2, 3, 4: Story Telling Club 3, 4: Dra-
matic Club 2, 3: S. A. 4: Civic Committee 4.
Hot S rings, Ark. Normal
In five short months Adean has made herself
felt with her peppy enthusiastic manner.
HERBERT BOICE "Herb"
S. A.: R. O. T. C., Corporal 3, Lieutenant 4:
Picked Squad 3: Automotive Club 2: Emblem
Club 3, 4: Science Club 2: Hi-Y 4: Basketball
2, 3, 4.
"Herb" and his motorcycle are synonymous in
our memory. lt's about the only time we ever
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RALPH BILLINGS "Fat"
S. A.: R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3: Radio Club 2, 3:
Treasurer 2, VicefPresident 3: Rifle Team 3:
Interclass Swimming 4.
A radio enthusiast-one ofthe first and one of
the last, and yet he never bores us with "shop
MABEL HEIL "Red"
S. A.: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3: "San Toy," "The
Runaway Girl," "Bells of Beaujolaisn: Manage'
ment Committee 4: Board of Control 4.
Arlington De Pauw
Mabel's "crowning glory" is out and out red,
and is just what her diminutive figure needs to
set it off.
PHILLIP BERTEMES "Berty"
S. A.: Civic Committee 1, 2: R. O. T. C. 1, 2:
Emblem Club 2, 3, 4: Automotive Club 2, 3:
Basketball 2, 3: Baseball 2, Captain 3: Football
4: Interclass Baseball 1, 2: Interclass Basketball
I. 2: Interclass Football 2, 3: Interclass Swim'
Collegiate Phil saunters down the "checkered"
halls in his own easyfgoing manner.
S. A.: Girl Reserves 2, 3: Walking Club 2, 3.
Bryn Mawr Art Institute
Eleanor finds plenty of time for fun and gayety,
but when theres work to do she is ready for it.
HIRAM B. GILSON "Gil"
S. A.: R. O. T. C. 2, 3, Honor Platoon 2: Tau
Epsilon 3, 4: Football 3, 41 Baseball 3: Interclass
Football 2, 3: Interclass Basketball 2, 3: Inter'
class Baseball 4: Emblem Club 3, 4: "Contest
ofthe Nations", 4: Empebi Stalf 4.
"Gil" radiates 'icowboy atmosphere" with his
olive skin and his bright checked shirts.
S. A.: Civic Committee 2: Board of Control 4:
R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Adjutant 3, Executive
Ofhcer 4, Captain 3, 4, Honor Platoon 3: Firc
Marshall 4: Speakers' Bureau 3: Ollicers' Cluh
4: Science Club 1. 2, President 2: Operas 2. 3:
Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Annual Staff 3: Em'
blem Club 4: Interclass Football 2, 3: lnterclass
Basketball 2: Football 4: Stunt Night Committee
31 Class Party Committee 4: Tau Epsilon 4.
The latest in haberdashery always graces Dean's
short figure. lt makes him ornamental as well as
useful in filling the many offices he holds.
S. A.: Girl Reserves l, 3, 4.
Hilda is always smilingly willing to help when
ever and wherever she can.
S. A.: Management Committee 3: R. O. T. C.
1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Platoon 3, Cadet Major 4:
Officers' Cluh 4, President 4: Rifle Team 3: Scif
ence Club 1. 2, 3: lnterclass Football 1. 2:
Football 3, 4: Emblem Club 4.
'The "Majors" numerous wise craclqs are not in
the least concealed by his serious air.
S. A.: Girl Reserves l, 2: Dramatic Club 3:
"San Toy" 1, "The Runaway Girl" 2.
Petite, coquettish, and very talkative-she re
minds us of an extremely animated doll.
HENRY SCHROEDER "Henny"
S. A.: R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 4, Honor Platoon 3:
Automotive Club 1, 2: Science Club 1, 2, 3:
Empehi Stall 4: Baseball 3, 4: Basketball 3, 4:
Interclass Football 4.
We've labeled "Henny" the class tease, short
for village cutfup. His- clever wit and everfready
humor make him the logical choice.
S. A.: Girl Reserves 4: Tau Epsilon 4.
Parker University of Chicago
Dark hair, red cheeks, and bright eyes form an
attractive picture that belies the E's and S's that
decorate her card.
S. A. 4: Girl Reserves 4.
Merry Juanita giggled her way through school.
May she always charm her new friends as she
DOROTHY MOELLER "Dordv"
S. A.: Girl Reserves 1, 2. 3: Dramatic Club '3:
Art Club 4: Quilpen 4: Annual Stall 4: Senior
Annual Representative 4.
The latest fashion whims grace Dorothy's slim
fgureg and the friendliest of smiles adorn her face.
S. A.: Boxing and Wrestling Club 3: Boys' Glee
Club 1: Automotive Club.
Barnard Crane Junior
'AA good scout," his many friends unanimously
S, A.: Management Committee 2: R. O. T. C. 2,
3, 4: Sergeant 4: Letter Club 4: Interclass Base-
ball 3: Interclass Football 35 Baseball 3: Foot'
Before you know him, you think Clarence is
quiet, though you realize that he isn't shy. Later,
you discover that he is at the bottom of the noise
David is making.
S. A.g Girl Reserves 1, 41 Dramatic Club 4.
Edna's every action says "Let's be friends," and
we have always accepted her invitation.
EDNA WILSON "Kelly"
S, A4 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4.
Le Corte jr. High Moser
We had to go more than half way to make
friends with Edna, but we were glad we did when
we knew her.
SIDNEY HALL "Sid"
S. A.: R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Platoon
3, 4, Lieutenant 3, Captain 4: Management Com-
mittee 1, 2, Vice'Chairman 3, 4: Civic Commit-
tee 3, 4, Chairman 33 Class President 3: Em'
blem Club 3, 43 Secretary 3, Treasurer 41 "Bells
of Beaujolaisug Empehi Staff 3, 43 Lightweight
Basketball 2, 3, 4: Captain 4g Baseball 3, 4g
If it isn't basketball, it's baseball, or if it isn't
either, then it's R. O. T. C., or perhaps a dance.
He stars in them all.
S. A.: Girl Reserves 2, 3: Tau Epsilon 4: Sci'
ence Club 4: Art Club 3, 4.
jane is a rare combination of scholastic and ar'
S. A., Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 "San Toy."
Fernwood Art Institute
Ruth is quiet until she Ends something really
worth while to laugh atg then watch her bubble
over with mirth.
The "thin" half of the "radio twins." He does
more "listening inn' than talking, however.
S. A.g R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 4: Debating Club I, 2,
Debating Team 2: Interclass Football 3: Interclass
Basketball 2, 3g Football 4.
Davids Scotch sense of thrift will not allow him
to discard the white rose he wears so jubilantly.
He has a large collection of unusual trophies like
spoons and mousetraps.
GRETCHEN REIMER "Hansie"
S. A.g Girl Reserves 1. 2, 3, 4: "San Toy,"
"Contest of the Nationsvg Folk Dancing 1, 23
Girls' Chorus 1, 2.
Arlington Columbia Institute
Gretchen is a bit hard to knowg she hides so
effectively behind her mop of yellow curls.
ROBERT ESPEY "Bah"
S. A.g R. O. T. C. 3, 45 Debating Club lg
Botany Club 2. 3: Science Club 2g Interclass
Swimming: Annual Staff 4: Dramatics 4.
"Bob" is a quiet, reserved lad with a keen sense
of humor. He gives one the impression that he
"knows his stuff. '
PHILIP E. AIREY
S. A.: Management Committee 2: Civic Commit'
tce Ig Treasurer Automotive Club 2: A. O. T. C.
2: Battalion Adj. 3, 4: Contest of the Nations 3g
Annual Staff 3: Business Manager 4g VicefPresi-
dent Officers' Club 4.
"Phil" has a clever wit which gives "punch" to
his outstanding personality.
S. A.: Radio Club 1, 2: Folk Dancing 3: Swim'
'ifarvyu is really just as full of.fu-ri as the rest
of us, but it is bottled up in a very cool exterior.
S. A.: Girl Reserves 1, Hi links: Chairman Z,
Program Chairman 3, President 4: "Bells of
Beaujolaisn 2: "Contest of the Nations" 3: Em'
pehi Staff 3, Associate Editor 4: Annual Staff 4:
Board of Control 4: Senior Annual Representa'
tive 4: Tau Epsilon 4.
A winning smile, a lovable personality, arid
the ability to take the lead in anything, that is
Claire, our capable Girl Reserve president.
S. A.: R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 4: Captain 4, Off
licers' Club 4.
"Nate" says little and does much. His teririis
prowess is especially noteworthy.
VIRGINIA BOHLEN "Virge"
S. A.: Girl Reserves 2: Orchestra 2, 3: "Bells of
Beaujolaisn 3: Dramatic Club 4: Botany Club 3,
Vice'President 4: Folk Dancing 3.
Under Virginias rather austere dignity, lies a
rare sparkling bit of humor and whimsicality.
ARTHUR BENNETT "Art"
S. A.: Sergeant R. O. T. C. 3, 4: Interclass
Basketball 4: Swimming 4: Baseball 4.
A happyfgofluclqy sort of chap with a "college
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S. A., Management Com. 2: Board of Control
3, 4: R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 1st Lieut. 4: Tau Ep'
silon 2, 3: Debating Club 1, 2: Speakers' Bu-
reau 2, 4: Vice'Pres. 3: Automotive Club 2:
HifY 2, 3, Pres. 4: Annual Staff 2, 4: Empehi
Stalf 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Operas 2, 3, 4:
Officers' Club 4: Interclass Basketball, Football
4: Class Pres. 4.
Clap hands! Here comes Freeman! His wit
and humor have won him a "rep" both as a speaker
RUTH WISWELL "Wissie"
S. A.: Management Com. 4: Civic Com. 3: Board
of Control 4: Operas 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
Pres. 4: Class Sec. 3: Class V. Pres. 4.
"XVissie" is an all--round "Empel1ite." Besides
her musical activities, her class offices show the
conjidence we have in her.
WILLIAM SWIFT "jim"
S. A.: Civic Com. 2, 4: R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 4'
Band 1, 2, 3: 1st Lieut. 4: Tau Epsilon 3, Pres.
4: HifY 2, 4: Treas. 3: Debating Club 2: Em'
pehi Staff 3: Annual Staff 3, 4: Opera 3: Or-
chestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Sec. 4: Basketball 4:
Oflicers' Club 4: Board of Control 4.
Besides his many activities, "Iim'l jinds time to
gather a jine collection of E's and S's. How do
you do it, jim?
S. A.: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3,
Class Volleyball 1, 2: G. M. T. C. 2: Opera 2'
Sec. Civic Com. 4: Board of Control 4: Class
Treas. 4: Tau Epsilon 4.
Barnard Sweet Briar
When "Tub" strolls down the hall with her in-
evitable supply of tickets it's a joy to say "hello."
DOROTHY ROESCH "Dot"
S. A.: Civic Com. 3: Management Com. 4:
Room Sec. 4: Tau Epsilon 2, Sec. 3, VicefPres.
4: Quilpen 3, 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Chair'
man Easterbasket Com. 4: Girls' Glee Club 4:
Opera 4: Science Club 2, 3: Board of Control
4: EditorfinfChief Annual 4.
A. O. Sexton
"Dot" is sure to be elected to every office in
sight because of her unusual executive ability. She
deserves most of the credit for this year's good'
S. A., Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Folk Dancing 3g
3 Girls' Chorus 1- Empehi
Classical Dancing g ,
Stall 35 Tau Epsilon 3, 4, "Bells of Beaujolaisu
25 "Contest of the Nations" 3.
Helen takes life as it comes, always fnding some'
thing cheerful in the gloomiest of circumstances.
S. A., Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 1, Z3
"Runaway Girl" 2g G. M. T. C. 2.
Helen is a staunch believer in the saying, "The
way to a man's heart is through his stomach." For
everyone who tastes her cooking wants more.
ELIZABETH CANAVAN "Squiz"
S. A.: Science Club 1, 2g lnterclass Volle ball
1, 23 lnterclass Basketball 2, Fire Guard 4g Toll:
Dancing 3: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3.
Arlington Frances Shimer
"Squiz" is a new word in the English language,
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son, who tumbles out of one thing into another.
S. A.g Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Botany Club
2, 31 Tau Epsilon 4.
Central Park Normal
It is the quiet worker with a smile who succeeds.
LOlS MACKEY "Dennie"
S. A.g "Contest of the Nations" 3, Empelii
Stall 33 Girl Reserves 3g Art Club 4.
Hyde Park Illinois
Lois always looks so happy that she 'reminds us
of a cheerful robin.
S. A.: R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, 43 Automotive Club
2: Rifle Team 4.
lmmovable as the rock of Gibraltar. Like Sena-
tor Borah, Ben argues vehemently for what he
thinks is right.
MERLE DAVIS "Texas,
S. A. 3. 41 Girls' Emblem Club 3, 4g Interclass
Basketball 3-4, Captain 33 High School Basket-
ball, Captain 3.
Dalhert H. S., Texas Warner's Compt. S.
Merle somehow reminds us of the state from
which she cameiof cowboys and ranches and out-
S. A.: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4g Management
Committee 1, 4: Civic Committee 2, 4g Inter-
class Basketball 1, 2, 4: Opera 3: Tau Epsilon 4.
Lois is blue-eyed and one of the much-discussed
blondes. She enjoys a good bit of fun, and knows
how to study with results.
S. A.: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 1, 2,
3: Folk Dancing 3: "Runaway Girl" lg "Bells
of Beaujolaisn 2: Art Club 4.
We shall miss Margaret especially because of
her fne work in Glee Club. Will you ever for-
get her as the Countess in the Bells of Beaujolais?
S. A.g Tau Epsilon 43 Science Club 1, 23 Slide
Rule Club 2: R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Sgt. 3:
Captain 5: RiHe Team 3, 4, 'ig Captain 54 Pres.
of N. R. A. Club 71 Junior Basketball Manager
43 Interclass Football 4, 51 Emblem Club 4, 55
Basketball Manager 5: Interclass Basketball 7.
Wayne is a "crm: shot" in an thin
k ' y ' g he attempts
-football, basketball, studies, or rifle team.
HELEN CRANE "Did"
S, A., Management Committee 3, 4, Board of
Control 35 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4g Girls' Glee
Club 2, 3, 4g Operas 2, 3, 4g Tau Epsilon 4,
Girls' Emblem Club 3, 4, President 4, G. M. T.
C. 23 School Basketball 2, 3, Class Basketball
1, 2, 35 School Tennis 2, 3g Class Baseball 1,
2: S. A. Program Committee 2, 3g Annual
Barnard Sweet Briar
A sunny smile and cheery greetings characterize
"Did." She is a willing and conscientious worker,
and the mainstay of the Girls' Emblem Club.
EUGENE DAVISSON "Gene"
S. A.g Football 2, 3. 4: Gold Football 43 Emblem
Club 2, 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 4: Tennis Team 3, 4g
Empehi Staff 4: Annual Staff 4g R. O. T. C.
1, 2, 4, Officers' Club 4g Interclass Basketball.
"Gene" may be bashful among the girls but when
he plays football-l His golden "token" speaks
ALICE DAVIES "Peter"
S. A.: Walking Club lg Girl Reserves 1, 2, 33
Class Volley Ball 2, 3g Class Basketball 2, 35
Room Secretary 3, 4g Annual Staff 4.
From her sparkling brown eyes to her harmless
"slams," spicy-that's Pete!
JAMES DARE rpm'-
S. A. 3, 43 S. A. Refreshment Committee 3g
Golf Team 3, 4g Champion Outdoor Golf 33
Golf Manager 4g Tau Epsilon 41 Interclass Bas'
Blue Island High Illinois
"jim" always has some new system that is just
about perfect, and it's all yours if you want it,
for all of "jim.',
S. A.: Tau Epsilon 3, 41 Botany Club 3.
Ruth is a dependable and industrious honor stu'
dent, and withal she Ends time to enjoy winter
BURNETTE BRADLEY "Burnie"
S. A.: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3: Tau Epsilon 1, 2,
3, Secretary 23 Interclass Basketball 1, 2g Annual
Staff 1, 23 Quilpen 1, 2, President 3: Glee Club
2, 33 Girls' Chorus Ig Operas 1, 2, Botany Club
1, 23 Board of Control 3. '
Burnette has rare executive ability, and moreover
has completed her high school course in but three
S. A.: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4.
Katherine is painstaking and deliberate, and her
work is accomplished steadily and surely.
S. A. 3, 41 Botany Club 4, Secretary Spanish
Club 41 Folk Dancing 3.
Hyde Park High Illinois
Here is Florence! Without a doubt she is a
perfect lady with her charming, gracious ways.
One would hardly suspect her of some ofthe de'
liciously silly things she does when she forgets to
S. A. 2, Tau Epsilon 2, 35 Girl Reserves 1, 2,
Austin High Moser
Caroline is one of those girls you like to have
around though you don't always know she's there
because she's so quiet.
S. A. lg Girl Reserves 2g Volley Ball lg Folk
Dancing 3g Tau Epsilon 4g Annual Staff 4.
Small, blond-e, and fair, june's friends declare
that she is extremely witty when you know her
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ANNE ELIZABETH DE CLERCQ "Betty"
S. A.g Civic Committee 1g Girl Reserves 1, 2,
3g Walking Club 11 Empehi Stall' 3, 4g Inter-
class Volley Ball 2, 3: Annual Collector 4.
Betty is always calm and unruffled and has
proved a valuable member of the Empehi Staff.
One of her unusual characteristics is her love of
OSGOOD FOSTER "Red"
S. A.: Science Club 2, Treasurer 35 Interclass
Basketball 3, 41 Basketball 45 Interclass Baseball
2- R. O T. C lst Lieutenant 4g Major 4, Tau
" Ebsilon Oilicers' Club, President 4g Board oi
"Red" Foster is the smiling widefawalge young
man with whom we are all familiar because of his
work in the lunchfroom. He has shown his pro-
ficiency also as cadetfmajor.
IESSIE EBEL "jerry"
S. A.g Walking Club 1: Girl Reserves 1, Z, 3, 43
Botanv Club Z, 43 Interclass Basketball 3, Sci'
ence Club 3.
A wealth of brown curls and lovely smiling
eyes make jessie indispensable to the general scheme
of things. She also shows decided talent for writf
CHARLES DOERR "Chuck"
S. A. 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 4g "Bells of Beau'
jolaisf' 3: Boys' Glee Club 3, 45 R. O. T. C.
2. 3, 4: Basketball 3, 43 Baseball 3, 4, Interclass
Football 3, 43 Interclass Baseball 2.
Parker Notre Dame
"Chuck," a real athlete, a regular fellow, and an
S. A.: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, "Contest of the
Nations" 33 Annual Stall 2, 3, Quilpen 4.
A brilliant student, Virginia distinguished her'
self by winning the grand prize in the dedication
S. A.: Dramatic Club 3, 4: "The Ghost Story"
3: "It Pays to Advertise" 4: FolkfDancing 3:
Glee Club 33 Opera. 3: Band 3, 4: Football 3:
Swimming 3, 4: Baseball 4: lnterclass Basketball
4: Officers' Club 4: Rifle Team 3: Automotive
Club 3: Letter Club 3, 41 Empehi Staff 4.
De Paul Academy Wisconsizi
Hugh needs no introduction. He is his own
little combined announcer and reception committee.
S. A.: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: "Bells of Beau'
jolaisn 2: "Love's Sacrifice" 2: "Contest of the
Nations" 3: Art Club 3, 4,
Yale Columbia lnstitute, Tenn.
Rutlfs talent takes an artistic trend, and many
of her fascinating posters have graced our halls.
Her enthusiasm and ability have made her a value
able asset to the Art and Glee Clubs.
S. A.: Tau Epsilon 4: R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, 4.
"Heiniel' is always prepared for a joke. He
makes a good hall guard, as he can get along with
anyone, and his class work is not slow.
S. A.: Tau Epsilon 4: Girls' Glee Club 3. 4:
Girl Reserves 1. 2, 3: Girls' Chorus 2: Folk
Dancing 2, 33 "Bells of Beaujolaisu 2g Contest
of the Nations" 3,
Vanderpoel St. Mary of the Woods
Friendly, unaffected jean always sees the bright
side of life. Cant you just see her eyes light up
with laughter and hear that merry chuckle?
S. A.: Art Club 2: Quilpen 4.
Vanderpoel Armour Institute
Billy has a quizzical twinkle in his eye which be'
lies his stucliousness.
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MCNTY HOPKINS "Hopf
S. A.: Science Club 1: Civic Committee 2: .
O. T. C. l, Z, 31 Band 3: Interclass Football 2,
3: Baseball 3: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Swimming 4.
Full of fun, with a smile that is contagious,
"Hop" has a nickname that is characteristic of him.
.Quiet and industrious, Merle typifies the pro-
verbial senior dignity.
S. A.: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3. 4: "Runaway Girl"
1: Girls' Chorus 1.
Ruth, could you ever keep from laughing long
enough to let us see your big brown eyes that ref
veal your serious thoughts of life?
S. A.: Management Committee 4: R. O. T. C.
1, 2, 3: Captain 4: Officers' Club 4: Boys Glee
Club 3, 4: Automotive Club 1: lnterclass Base'
ball 2: Interclass Football 3: Interclass Basket-
Arlington Crane Ir. College
One of the most likable things about "Wally"
is his pleasant personality. "Wally" is never down-
heartedg and this explains his everfpresent air of
EVA JANE HEIL
S. A.: Girl Reserves 1, 2: "Bells of Beaujolaisu
2: Hungarian Dance 3: Science Club 1: Manage'
ment Committee 2: Folk Dancing 1, 2, 3: Girls'
Arlington De Pauw
A most lovable girl, this lively, determined,
curlyfheaded coquette, with an infectious laugh, a
warm temper, and a personality that everyone en'
S. A.: Science Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Debating Club
1, 2: Sec, 3: Botany Club 3: Secretary 2, Presi-
dent 4: Empehi Staff 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 4:
Speakers' Bureau 3, 4: Botany Honor Society
None of us will be surprised some day to see
Eldred classed with the great entomologists.
S. A.: lvlanagement Committee 2: Girl Reserves
1, 2, 3: Civic Committee 3: Walking Club 2:
We will remember Claire as brownfeyed, slender
and sedate. We've never seen her anything but
pleasant, have you?
S. A.: Science Club 1, Quilpen 3, 4, Annual
Staff 4: 'hSan Toy" 1: "Love's Sacrinceu 2:
"Bells of Beaujolaisn 3: Contest of the Nations"
4: Folk Dancing 3: Ballet 4: Girl Reserves 1:
Civic Committee 2.
Although "Bobbie" is a handy little edition all
herself, "Bobbie, 'n Dan just seem to go together.
S. A.: Girl Reserves 1: Runaway Girl" 2: An-
nual Clerical Stalf 4: Room Secretary 4.
Central Park Business World
A Phyrne has a name that just seems to fit her,
for she is like a "fern" herself, pretty, graceful and
S. A.: Radio Club 1, 2, 3: Vice'President 2,
President 3: Football 3. 4: Gold Football 3:
Wrestling Manager 4: Letter Club 3, 4: Inter-
class Swimming 4.
The girls envy "Luke" his dimples, and the boys,
his fighting football spirit.
S. A. 4g Orchestra 4.
Beaumont High, Beaumont, Texas Stanton
Rogers soft southern accent and happy smile
have won for him many friends since the Iirst day
of his arripal from sunny Texas.
FRANCES YURKAS "Fran"
S. A. 3. 4: Tau Epsilon 4.
Frances is most worthy of her membership in
'Tau Epsilon. She is studious, and when you know
her, you find that her reserve is only on the sur'
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S. A.g Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, otany
Hi'-links 4. I V
Sophie, a quiet and neat student, is one on whom ii
we can always depend. She is a lover of books ,i
and travel and is v-cry fond of horseback riding.
LEWIS KAY '
W'hile at Tilden Tech: Civic Industrial Club ,
1 2 3 41 Interclass Basketball 15 Interclass M
B,aseball,11 Craft Club 3g Iunior Chorus 3. y .54
Tnden Tech. 53,3
Lewis is that husky fellow with the light corn- '
plexion. He says that a bright clay is the time to Qi
see a show because when it rains you can go to
VIRGINIA LOESER "Ginnie" 'iiifl
S. A.g Quilpen 3, 4. 5
Virginia combines quietness and unobtrusiveness F
with a will "to do," qualities making altogether a 1
delightful whole. .
EDWIN W. PRATT "Ed"
S. A.g R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 45 Sergeant 4g Radio
2, 31 "Contest of the Nations" 35 Class Football
4: Class Basketball 4g Class Baseball 2.
Arlington Illinois School of Pharmacy
Ed, a dignijied fellow with long side burns, does
things, but takes his own sweet time to do them.
LAVINIA HENRY "Henryl'
S. A.g Science Club 1, 23 Opera 23 Girl Re'
serves 2, 3, 45 Art Staff 33 Tau Epsilon 2, 4.
Lavinia has always done cheerfully and willingly
what was necessary to be done. "Business before
WILLIAM HICKERSON "Bill"
S. A.g Management Committee 33 Class Treas'
urer 35 R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, 4g Interclass Foot'
ball 4g Interclass Basketball 3g Room Treasurer 4.
"Bill" Hiclqerson is one of our motorfcycle fans.
We who have been so fortunate as to get a ride
on the rear of his bus will rtev-er forget the thrill.
"Bill" is that goodfloolging, curlyfheaded chap.
Agnes has always made the best of her opporf
tunities at high school. Her pluck ought to make
her a Hne student at Normal.
FLORENCE KINNEY "Flop y"
S. A. 2, 3, 4: Junior Orchestra 29 Basketball? 3,
43 Volleyball 3, 4g Girls' Emblem Club 3, 4.
"Floppy" is a happy combination of various
qualities and talents, as she is both athletic and
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S. A.: Girl Reserves 4g Tau Epsilon 4. Art Clu
4: VicefPresident 4.
Soldan High, St. Louis Frances Shimer
With her sunny yellow locks and grey'blue ey-es,
Gladys has quickly become one of us. Her charm
lies in her sincerity and in her even, sunshiny dis-
ROSANELL DE GRAAFF
S. A.g Tau Epsilon 4g Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4:
"A Runaway Girl" lg "Bells of Beaujolaisu 2:
"Contest of the Nations" 3.
"Rosie" has cheered us many times with her gay
chatter. Moreover, she is one of our honor stu-
KENNETH KLONTZ A'Kenny"
S. A.g President 41 Civic Committee 21 Manage-
' ' l 3 4-
ment Committee 3, 4, Board of Contro , .
Speakers' Bureau 3, 4g Tau Epsilon 4: R. O. T.
C. 1, 2, 3, 4g Captain 4g Officers' Club 4:
HifY 1, 2, 3, 41 Vice'President 2, President 3g
Boys' Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, VicefPresident Z.
President 33 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 4g Base
ball 2, 3, 4g Football Manager 4, Interclass Foot
ball 1, 2, 3, 4.
He's the leader of the school, a basketball star,
captain in the R. O. T. C., and "a good looking
KATHRYN BOOLS "Katy"
S. A.: Folk Dancing lg Girl Reserves lg "San
"Katy" loves to dance and possesses a jolly smile
which matches her spirits. A modern Peter Pan
who remains, in the clouds until time for work, and
then she accomplishes it as if it were a joy instead.
JAMES MORGAN "Jimmy"
S. A.: Tau Epsilon 2: lnterclass Basketball 31
Interclass Baseball 3g Interclass Football 43 Bas-
"jimmy's" pep is in contrast to his size. He has
contributed much to the success of the bantamf
weight basketball team.
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DANIEL RITTENHOUSE "Dan"
S. A. 3, 4g Annual Staff 33 Empehi News 45
Glee Club 3, 45 Folk Dancing 3.
Dan has saved many a dry class from boredom
by his witty remarks and his weird expressions. He
is the faithful Lochinvar of Empehi.
S. A.g Secretary 3g Board of Control 3, Man'
agement Committee lg Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4g Girl
Reserves 1, 3, 41 Empehi Staff 3, 4, Annual
Elsa has been an Afl typist at Morgan Park.
The Empehi News Staff will tell you that.
S. A.: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 43 "Contest ofthe
Florence has a quiet unobtrusiveness which, nevf
ertheless, hints at selffpossession.
S. A.g G. R. 1, 2, 3, 4g Program Chairman 45
Folk dancing 2g "Runaway Girl" 1gGlee Club 4,
French Club 4.
Helen is an allfround sport, full of fun and al'
ways "Ready for Service" as she has proved in
her G. R. work.
WILLIAM RATHJE "Bill'
S. A.: Secretary 2: Debating Club 2g Band 2:
Emblem Club 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4g Golf
2, 3, 4g HifY 2, 3g VicefPres. Debating Club 2,
33 Civic Committee lg Management 2, Room
Bill is a good student and a good fellow. He is
an ardent automobile fan, and wh-en you get him
started he can prove to you seventeen diferent ways
that "Buick" has them all beat.
MARY ELINOR WILHOIT
S. A.: Empehi Stall 3, 4: Associate Editor 3:
EditorfinfChief 4: Tau Epsilon 3, 4: Board ol
Control 4: Glee Club 4: Girl Reserves 4: An'
nual Staff 4.
West Division, Milwaukee Univ. of S. Calif.
Elinor's genius is discernible in the "Empehi
News." Her "Betty and Bill" stories last semester
were one of the most popular features. Shifs
equally good at study or at play.
S. A.: R. U. T. C. 1, 2, 3. 4: lst Lieutenant 4:
Science Club 1, 2: Automotive Club 2: Radio
Club 1: Gflicers' Club 4.
Gunnar shows a decided interest in mechanical
subjects as well as efficiency in R. O. T. C.
S. A.: Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4: Quilpen 3, 4: Girl
Reserves 1, 2. 3, 4: Publicity Chairman 3, 4:
"Contest of the Nations" 3: "Bells of Beau'
jolaisu 2: Annual Stall 3: Art Club 1, 3.
Millie is so small and unassuming that one for'
gets how important she is and what good work sh:
S. A.: Slide Rule Club 2: Automotive Club 3:
Science Club 2. 3.
Arlington Crane Junior College
A'Bill" says little until you start him talking about
his cars, and then he'll tell you where everything
is from carburetor to differential and why it's there
JEAN YOUNG ' "SlQeezix"
S. A.: Girls' Glec Club 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves
1, 2, 3, 41 Treasurer 4: "Bells of Beaujolaisu 2:
"Contest of the Nations" 3: Class Basketball 3:
Folk Dancing 2. 3: Civic Committee, 4, Secre'
tary 4: Annual Staff 4.
jean, enthusiastic and impulsive, is always inter'
ested in whatever is happening at the moment.
EVELYN VOLLAND "Evy"
S. A. 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves Z, 3. 4: "Contest
of the Nations" 3: Folk Dancing 3.
Academy High, Erie, Pa.
Evelyn is a girl who does lier own thinking and
needs but little advice.
PAUL SMITH 'lsmittyn
S. A. 4: Civic Committee 3: Tau Epsilon 3, 4:
Art Club 1: Interclass Football 1: Basketball 4g
Vanderpoel Notre Dame
Under his seeming reserve, Paul is capable and
S. A.: Opera Orchestra 1, 2: G, M. T. C. 2:
Girl Reserves 1, 2: Hifjinks 3. 4: Social Service
Chairman 4: Art Club 4.
Vanderpoel Crane Jr. College
Doris is our typical Girl Reserve and has al'
ways been active in that organization.
JAMES THORNBURY "jim"
S. A.: R. O. T. C. 1, 2: Swimming 4: Wrest'
ling 4: Radio Club 1.
A pleasantly reserved fellow who plays the piano
well and takes things ratliei' stoically.
GWENDOLYN ROBERTS "Gwen"
S. A.: Girl Reserves 1, 3: Tau Epsilon 4: Sci-
ence Club 1: Civic Committee 4: Speakers' Bu-
reau 3: "Bells of Beaujolaisu 2: "Contest of the
Nations" 3: Dramatic Club 4.
Gwen of the dancing form and happy disposif
tion! A striking example of why "Gentlemen Pre'
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1 ELINOR M. SHEPHERD "Shep"
S. A.g Girl Reserves 1, 23 Girls' Basketball
' i l Team 1, 2, 3, Girls' Emblem Club 3, 4g Art
I l Club 3g Volley Ball lg "Runaway Girl" 23
Q , "Contest of the Nations" 3.
ll Arlington Denison
l "Shep's" clear-eyed view of life and her sense
of humor will bring her much success.
,il LUCILLE MEYERS "'T'eel"
il, S. A.g Girl Reserves lg Folk Dancing 2: Ballet
l 35 "Bells of Beaujolais" 25 "Love's Sacrifice" 'lg
l "Contest of the Nations" 3g Empehi Staff 3, 45
l Ballet 4.
Arlington De Pauw
l It seems as though "'1'eel" and a grin are abso'
E THEODORE COLGREN -md"
' S. A. 4g Orchestra 43 Band 4.
Englewood High Illinois
' "Ted" is an allfarouncl fellow-popular with
everybody-a bandfplayer with mustache, sideburns,
' and "jazz" ibol.
S. A.: Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 43 Quilpen 3, 43
I Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4g Botany Club 25 Folk Danc'
ing 23 "Bells of Beaujolais" Zg "Contest of the
Nations" 3g Girls' Chorus 23 Empehi News Stall
4, Treasurer 33 Girls' Tennis Team 2, 3g Class
Doris has distinguished herself at school by her "
writings. She is a member of Quilpen and Tau ggi? -
Epsilon also. '
RUTH TINSLEY "Ame"
S. A.g Civic Committee 2g Management Commit'
tee 2, 33 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 43 "Bells of 5.-,.....L
Beaujolais" 3g "Contest of the Nations" 33 Girl ' '
Reserves 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Emblem Club 2, 3, I
4, Treasurer 3, Girls' Tennis Team 2, 3, Class '
Volley Ball 1, Baseball 1, 2, G. M. T. C. 2,
Folk Dancing 1, 2g Assistant Editor Annual 4.
"Artie" of the flashing eyes, makes us all "be
ourselves" because of hier own naturalness. 5 45
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S. A.:Management Committee 2: Radio Club 2:
Interclass Baseball 2: Interclass Football 2, 3, 4:
Baseball 3, 4: lnterclass Basketball 2, 3, 4:
"Daughters of Men" 3: Folk Dancing 3: "It
Pays to Advertise" 4.
"johns marked ability as an actor has been
evidenced in his splendid work in draniatics. He
has ably supported class athletics, also.
DE CHANTEL LEECH "Dee"
S. A. 4: Basketball 1, 2. 3: Glee Club 1, Z,
3: Botany Club 4.
Not too serious and not too gay is De Chanrel,
a newcomer from Oak Park.
S. A. 2, 3, 4: Room Treasurer 4: "Contest of
the Nations" 3: Glee Club 3. 4: Girl Reserves
2, 3, 4: Budget Committee 4: Orchestra 3.
Fenger Frances Shimer
Annette is our charming and talented pianist,
always making people happy with her beautiful
S. A. 3, 4: Interclass Basketball 3: Baseball 4:
Football 4: Tennis 4: Emblem Club 4: Manage'
ment Committee 4.
"Bob came to us from Parker, and brought
along his lazy drawl to charm us.
S. A.: Science Club 2, 3: Tau Epsilon 3, 4:
Dramatic Club 4.
Decided dramatic ability ought to be enough
for one girl, but Olga has more than her share
when you consider her regal darkfeyed beauty.
S. A.g Art Club 3, 4, Interclass Basketball 2,
Folk Dancing 2, 3.
Funfloving Bette with her artistic soul was missed
while away, and received a hearty welcome back
after her year in California.
FRANCES LEE TOLLERTON "Dade"
S. A.g VicefPresident 49 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3,
4g Chairman of Board of Control 4g Chairman
of Social Committee 4g Civic Committee Zg Tau
Epsilon 3, 4g Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 43 "Bells of
Beaujolaisu 3g "Contest of the Nations" 3g
"Tulip Time" 4g Girls' Emblem Club 2, 3, 4g
Vice'President 3g Basketball 3g Tennis Team 33
Folk Dancing 2g Annual Staff 4.
Barnard Sweet Briar
To know her is a privilege. One is attracted
first by "Ded,e's" hearty infectious laugh, and then
by her natural, gracious mannar.
SENIOR MEMBERS OF TAU EPSILON
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EVELYN BAUMAN "Keet"
S. A.g Volley Ball lg Athletic Games 2.
Evelyn cheerfully responds to the many requests
to have her play the piano.
ANN BRENNAN "Patsy '
Besides liking cooking and sewing and keeping
house, Ann is also an efficient typist.
BERTHA DE HAAN HBCU"
Bertha excels in stenography and is especially
fond of reading. Class Vote+Best at Short Hand.
ETHEL CUNNINGHAM 'LEdy"
Ethel has gained many real friends by her sunny
S. A.g Folk Dancing 15 Annual Clerical Staff
25 Volley Ball 2g Basketball 2.
Blue Island High
Helen never shirks tasks assigned to her.
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WINIFRED BRENNAN "Freddie"
We need more girls like Winifred studious and
OLGA RAMSEY "Susie"
S. A.: Girl Reserves 1: Folk Dancing 1: An'
nual Clerical Staff 2: Room Treasurer 2.
Olga's blue eyes reflect ber cheerful disposition.
VERNA HOSSFELD "Short-4"
S. A.: Girl Reserves 1: Folk Dancing 1: Annual
Collector 2: Secretary of Class 2: Glee Club 1:
Her modesty does not betray ber unusual ability
at shorthand. Class Vote-Most popular girl and
FLORENCE BLOOMQUIST "Flo"
S. A.: Civic Committee 1: Dancing Class 1, 2.
A persevering girl with a pleasant word for
RUTH CLAUSSEN "Sis"
S. A.: Girl Reserves 1: Folk Dancing 1: An'
nual Clerical Staff 2: Management Committee 2.
"Keen blue eyes and a ready smile distinguish
IRENE JEZIERSKE "Rer1ee'
S. A.: Folk Dancing 1: Annual Clerical Staff 2.
Though tiny, Irene proves l1er value in sterio
ODLEY KLEIN "Oddy"
S. A.: Folk Dancing 1: Civic Committee 23
Room Secretary 23 Annual Clerical Staff 2.
"Carefree and pretty." Class Vote-Best look'
DANIEL ROSSELI "Dann
"Although basltful, Dan is the favorite of the
STELLA UZA US"
S. A.g Folk Dancing 1.
"Ari excellent stenograplier, although quiet."
S. A.: Folk Dancing lg Orchestra 1, 25 Board of
Control 25 Ernpehi Operas 1, 2.
Esther shows skill as a violinist in the arches'
tra. Class Vote-Best dressed girl,
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LUCILLE STEMM "Lou"
S. A.: Folk Dancing lg Room Treasurer 25
Class Secretary 2g Annual Clerical Staff 2.
"Lou" always has a word of welcome for every-
MARY WALCHUK "Teeny"
S. A.g Folk Dancing 15 Annual Clerical Staff 2.
just say "Teeny," and you have a picture of a
happy face wreathed in smiles. Class Vote-Best
FLORENCE WILLIAMS "Flo"
S. A.g Class Treasurerg 25 Dancing 2.
"Florence is a willing worker and a friend worth'
while. Class Vote-Girl with the best line.
MARCELLA LEE "Calla"
S. A.g Folk Dancing lg Annual Clerical Staff 2.
Marcella is especially fond of dancing. She has
a mind of her own and does not follow every
uihim of fashion, for she still has her crowning
S. A.g Civic Committee lg Folk Dancing 15 An-
nual Clerical Staff 2.
Johanna is thoughtful of others and her hands
are never idle.
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MAR-IORIE WHITE "Marg-c'
S. A.: Folk Dancing lg Civic Committee 2'
Class President 2g Annual Clerical Staff 2.
"Marge" is one of our most willing workers,
and an eficient class president. Class Vote-'Teach'
JOHANNA MAATMAN "jo"
Roseland Christian School
Iohanna exhibits real school .spirit by being a
DORRIS BROWN "Dot"
S. A.: Tau Epsilon Ig Volleyball lg Basketball
Dorris is the athlete of the class, but she still
finds time to excel in her school work. Class
MYRTLE HANSEN "Men"
S. A.g Girls' Athletic Committee 13 Manage'
ment Committee lg Division Secretary 2g An'
nual Clerical Staff 2.
Anyone who knows "Men" will tell you that
she is sunshine personifecl.
JESSIE MCKIRDIE Hjaclg'
S. A.g Civic Committee 2g Annual Clerical
Jessie just bubbles over with ready fun.
STELLA BENCIK "Sally"
S. A. 1, 2g Folk Dancing lg Annual Clerical
Stall 2. b '
Stella is friendly and pleasant. She is very fond
of dancing and swimming.
S. A. 1, 23 Girl Reserves 13 Civic Committee lg
Class VicefPresident 29 Folk Dancing lg An'
nual Clerical Stall 2.
Our boyish-bobbed, tall uicefp-resident.
Class vote-Most humorous girl.
FEBRUARY COMMERCIAL GRADUATES
Ethel Abrams Gerard Slebos
Minnie Gaeta Ruth Woida
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WHO'S WHO, FEBRUARY, 1927
"Herb" will be greatly missed when he leaves Empehi, for he is one of those lucky
persons who are born with the gift of making friends. Versatile certainly, its
"Herb" as a descriptive adjective, for his high school activities have beentmany and
varied. For three years he has been a stellar player on the basketball team, and he
was vicefpresident of the Boys' Emblem Club during his fourth year.
"Herb" has been in our last three operas, and last fall was elected' president of the
Boys' Glee Club. He has been a member of the R. O. T. C. for four years, and
was' promoted to a captaincy in his senior year. He has also been active in the HifY
Club, holding the position of secretary in his fourth year. S
As a further proof of his popularity, the class of '27 chose him for their secretary
in his junior year, and as a final mark of their esteem, made him president of the
February class of '27.
To glance at janet is to wonder vsfho she is, for her merry gray eyes attract. To be
blessed with both beauty and intelligence is a height few attain.
janet's scholastic record has made her eligible for Tau Epsilon. She has given
good service to the Ernpehi News, and the Annual has appreciated the individuality
which is so pronounced in her work. She has held various positions of trust and
responsibility. In her sophomore year she served as Student Association secretary,
and she was class treasurer senior year. She had a solo part in "The Runaway
Girl" when that opera was given.
Her democratic spirit has always been noticeable, and when we consider her many
' D e'i, ? activities and the place given her by the February class, the prettiest girl in the class,
Q ff it is easy to realize why Janet is who she is.
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Although the world has many people who are content to be led and directed by
others, it has few really competent leaders. The present day high school is helping
to develop leaders who will some day be as prominent in national affairs as they are
now in school life.
We of Morgaii Park pride ourselves on having such a leader, able to inspire others
and to do great things himself. He is that tall, handsome, blond athlete who has
performed the almost impossible feat of making as good a record in scholarship as he
has in athletics. He piloted the heavyweight basketball team through a hard schedule
into the semifiinals. He has been president of the Student Association for the past
year, and first baseman on the baseball team. He is a member of the Board of Con-
trol and the Civic and Management Committees, and a captain in R. O. T. C,
The Senior Class is proud to have Kenneth Klontz as a representative student
We wish Kenneth as much success in future life as he has had in high school.
There are few people in Morgan Park who do not know Dorothy Roesch. She
came to us as a 1A from Englewood, and at once began to make a name for herself.
Her marks from the beginning have been far above average. She is a charter mem'
ber of Tau Epsilon, and because she wrote a prize winning creed she was made a
member of our literary club, Quilpen.
Then from merely being an exceptionally brilliant student, Dorothy in her fourth
year had the limelight turned full upon her. She was appointed EditorfinfChief of
the Annual, vicefpresident of the honor society and secretary of the Girl Reserves.
The last office she had to decline, however, on account of her Annual position.
Versatile Dorothy has both enough materialism and idealism in her nature to make
her entirely charming, and along with her resourceful energetic mind goes a happy
smile and a sunny disposition.
First, high school means education. Next, it means cooperation. Lastly, it means
loyalty and sportsmanship. Few of us possess to any great degree even one of these
most desirable qualities, so how much more highly ought we to commend a student
who has cultivated all three.
Eugene Davisson stands out as such a student. His membership in Tau Epsilon
marks the fact that he has acquired high school's greatest and ordinary gift, educaf
tion. As a lieutenant in our military unit, he reveals that he has learned the necesf
sity for cooperation as well as the value of discipline. His football record speaks for
We all know who received the golden football last fall. We all know who fought
mud for Empehi in the important though nonfstarring role of linesman. We all
know who is the possessor of these three qualities. We all know "Gene" Davisson.
Ruth Wiswell, better known as "Wissie," has always been a highlight at Morgan
Park. Because of her whole-hearted friendliness, she has been popular throughout
her school career. '
The social path is not the only one in which Ruth has won laurels. Although she
is not a burner of the midnight oil, she always knows her lessons, and in her senior
year, she became a member of Tau Epsilon.
The Girls' Glee Club has known Ruth since her freshman year, and in her fourth
year, they made her president of their organization. It was during her presidency
that the club won second place in the Glee Club Contest of all city high schools.
Ruth was vicefpresident of her class during her junior and senior years. Her demo'
cratic spirit and boundless enthusiasm, combined with a gift for leadership, gave her
the vote for the "most popular girl" in the senior class.
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l Best-looking boy Philip Bertemes.
'-T' Best-looking girl Janet Meyers. 2?
1 l 'Most popular boy Dean Meyers, Herbert Dangremond. li li
Most popular girl Harriet Sanders.
Best dancer, boy Dean Meyers. 3
Best dancer, girl Janet Meyers l
Boy with the best line Henry Schroeder. l
I Girl with the best line Harriet Sanders.
, Best dressed boy Herbert Dangremond. lg
Best dressed girl Dorothy Moeller. l
'Teachers' pet, boy Merritt Thyer.
Teachers' pet, girl I Edith Bishtonr U
6 l Class "bum" Harold Burns 5'
5 Boy with best sense of humor David Goodlett.
i . Girl with best sense of humor Juanita Thiebeault. ' J
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B812 l00kir1g lJOY Junior Freeman, "Kenny" Klontz. p
H Best' looking girl Claire Abbott, Ruth Wiswell.
Most popular boy "Kenny" Klontz, "Phil" Airey.
l M081 POPUIAI' girl Ruth Wiswell, "Dede" Tollerton p 5
Best dancer, boy "Dan" Rittenhouse, "Bob" Tipler. ,
Best dancer,. girl "Bobby" Gooch, Gwen Roberts. 32
1, Boy with best line Hugh Boylan, "jim" Dare. ll-'S
'f Q Girl with best line Helen Campbell, Elinor Wihmoit. V .153
Q... Best dressed boy "Phil" Airey, junior Freeman. - iii.
-T - Best dressed girl "Dede" Tollerton, Florence Lang. Teachers' pet, boy Billy Bowen, Eldred Green.
Teachers' pet, girl Millie Whisler, Burhette Bradley. l
Class "bum" Dan Rittenhouse, Hugh Boylan. ll
Boy with best sense of humor Hugh Boylan, "Jim" Dare. '
-I Girl with best sense of humor Helen Crane, Martha Baker. P il
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The leaves are brighter, greener,
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il WHAT THE FCLLQWING MAKE US THINK OF
" DIVISION 103
l Frank Specht, Chairman
Q 'Frances Pierce, VicgfChairman
Sterling Warren, Secretary
' Robert Parsons, T 1611314161
l Caryl Wilkes, Annual Collector
f Ruth Adams
lg ' Virginia Bates
Mary Jane Bourke
if , 'Ruth Gardner
,E Helen Geib 1
A Henry Hooper
E A Hope Huehner
' Caryl Hughes
Mary jane Jackson
l Robert Lee
1 l Albert Liggett
E Andrew Lombardi
i 1 Elizabeth Lowitz
ig Ai-line Middleton
1.5 Alice Nagler
A A Marshall Nay
:Ei Dorothy Nuss
is William Sheffner
.fl Elsie Straight
' Alice Trotter
Clara Louise Trowbridge
'Bertha Van de Roovaart
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George Van Dyne
Modern art scarf.
A French doll.
A good sport.
Dolly Varden. .
Victrola's first cousin
Little Miss Hubbard
'Roy Young Sarcasm.
el-my 'T'-' '
'Member of Tau Epsilon.
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WHAT THE FOLLOWING MAKE US THINK OF
Ruth Van Dyke Charrmcm
Allen Flagler Vice Chairman
Marjone George Secretary
'Margaret Meyers Treasurer
Richard McEuen Annual Collector
Sarah Louise Shedd
'Member of Tau Epsilon.
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A style show
For the good of the team
A peach at its best
A midget with a giant
Not one instrument u
Nell Brinkley s drawings.
"Baskets" of pep.
A quiet little lady.
An eversharp pencil, alwa
A magnet. '
Chemical compound. -
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A student with a capital
Candy-everyone likes it
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THE JUNIORS' IDEAL
One whose interest is not only in ohtaining the highest grades, hut whose
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lessons than ean ever he printed in textfhooks:
Une who takes an enthusiastic interest in athletics and practises good sportsman
ship at all times:
Une who has a genial eomratleship among his fellowfstntlents, a tlemoeratie sniilt
ry one, and a spirit ol' cooperation and helpfulness to the sehoolg
9-neh a person relleets nothing hut honor upon our school,
Alherta Killie, YS.
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Secfgm y G mg Dan 1-emond Active in a organizations.
on Tyggsuq-gf " nl-gy" lontz 00 I 0 in , 00d athletl , .
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Emi Lee 0 A girl with a host of friends and ability to write a Q.
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" e ny" Klongz, ecause of his scho astic tendency.
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urnette r ey Because she can sing, dance and write. g '
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us " amy" K1 He k ow things should bedone.
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ullag he is a good, epen able wor er. 5
er fence Mc llag Because of her a ility. .
'h it ditorfinfChief of our Empehi. .5
" " I ootbal manager, basketball player and S. A. Presi
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K mia , R Addalaign Morgan, Chairman Lol Hubbard Peppy and good Anahty. . i
X ,fl Q, Charles Heinemann, VicgfChairman Hugh Boylan A gentleman an a scholar. ' l Q il'
5e3'MK 3 Mary Ellen Randel, Secretary Claire Abbott Seeing her Ty. where, one can't help thinking how
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Gig' A 'g Mildred Veneoek, 'I' 1-gum-ref "Dot" Lloyd Her acting in "It Pays to Advertise." I'
Gi 1' ' 0 Tom Shemaitis, Annual Collector 'KKCUDYH Klontz one Of 001' bt!! iihlCtC6-
Q 'Ruth Abells Claire Abbott Pretty, popular, president of G. R.
, Henry Barbour Hugh Boylan Spirit of companionship and buoyancy of manne -
' if ' Celia Bernet Burnette Bradley An active student in school.
I - J, 'Helen Borrmann Hugh Boylan Always full of mischief.
, 1 Jack Brough Hugh Boylan Funny in athletics and dramatics.
- 6 l l' john Colgren ' Hugh Boylan His versatility in athletics.
PN ' U Amy Courtney Lorraine Wayland' Because she is a good sport.
0 --1 I Barbara Deal ' Dorothy Roesch She is friendly to everyone, entering into all acti'
. 1 vities.
- I V Victor 'Futcher "Tex" Davis Famous for his long shots. I
E11 , Blarbara Goodwin Egnor Wilhoit gecause sthe's so aitive.
, ary ray " t" R h ecause s e's in a - activities.
rn james Hahn "K3nnv"ole5:Jntz Eflicient president of S. A. ' i
- Kathryn Hodson "Dede" Tollerton She has a good word for everyone. . i
G 3 Berestfvl ,laChS0n "Bub" Dangremond Has made a good record in school. -
' i-U Marian Iordaiii "Dede" Tollerton Such a bashful little one!
. Fran lin Mc ure "K " Kl t He is in on e erything.
K. E Dorothy lvlclachlan "DIa:2vRoes::Jl? Z Her varied actiirity list.
1 LCROY Phi el' "R d" B Captain of the football team.
Q ...fi 1 Lorene Powell "Pig" bfllxjrs "Empehi" Staff. p
,,f -S Frank Schueler Milton Van Slyck My better half. 1
4 I I . Raymond Shulande "Kenny" Klontz Star athlete. '
Q Harold Smith "Herb" Friel His basket ball powers.
, 3 rn' Virginia Strobel Honor Chudleigh Brains and goodflooking, too. X
ggi, Dorothea Washburne "Dm" Lloyd Her smiling friendliness.
- Q! Lorraine Wayland Addalaign Morgan She's the most to me. '
4? " Wilfred Woollett Paul Wheeler Major in the R. 0. T. C. and a football star. -
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rf 'MHUICHC Frey. Chairman "Dede" Tollerton Her line school spirit.
Q MMV SU-USGS. VicefChai1man Elinor Wilhoit Her splendid Empehi work.
Pg Na , Alfred Craslre, Secretary "Kenny" Klontz Active in R. O. T. C. and S. A.
K nr?--Y Martha lean Stephenson, Treasurer Claire Abbott Popular, and capable G. R. President. ga
Mildred Reiter, Annual Collector Elinor Wihoit Interested in so many activities. n '
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" ' ' ' illi Ligg t " i" Aire r fenowned "An " manager and actor.
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'S enriette M ff y Cl i A t ctive i v in .
' 1 i e tersheimer Clai bbott true l G. R. l l
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t' A ' oster Oury I M n tellar uard and ca tain of the undefeated bantam'
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X ' Mar aret Lo ry u n re oo s ar ip.
, . I x gt Mighu lai Ab er enthusi 'sm in G. R. work
J 4 gorge Minn . "' amy" ont: He's a good example for everyone
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in 5 Honor Chiliilleigh, Chairman ' Elinor Wilhoit Editorizlglgieg og Empzhi ullllews. '
'N 'fs - Q MUPYU YPPCS, Vlce'Chairman "Dot" Roesch E ' fi ie 0 '27 nn . el- if
,Q E 5. Roger Ameinan, smewy "Bin" Hickman He is a ml . , 74
in 1111109 Hartley, Treasurer "Kenny" Klontz . He does his best in all activities. j 3 23
Qgii' 3 S 'Willilm LBC, Annual Collector "Kenny" Klontz Successful S. A. ident. ' J
fl A ' " Ruth Baker Claire Abbott Eicient G. R. President. l
gf? Donald Barber "Kenny" Klonrz Because of his military ability.
,Sag-Q Richard Bee "Kenny" Klontz Star basketball player. h
E 6 ' "1" . ' Dorothy Blaney Claire Abbott President of G. R.'s.'
'Miriam Blew "Dot" Roesch A good Girl Reserve.
George Bond Hugh Boylan A laugh-making genius.
K - Gladys Byers "Dede" Tollerton Her many responsibilities.
3 , 'BCBUUCC Eagle "Dot" Roesch She does her work because she loves it.
Q X Robert Eichenberger "Kenny" Klontz He has always been foremost in school life.
cf - Fred Garrett Hugh Boylan He is funny.
. Edward Hauber "Bud" Nay He's an Empehi merrymaker.
jg tgveiett gicgward "Il5Ierb"Rlian:remond H? alllfagound amlity. -
Q ve yn o nson " ot" uc " out , rains, e ciencyf'
gf 1' Wayne Kephart "Kami " Klontz His good spo anship. A
5 i Alberta Killie "D0g"yR0gggh Remember the G. R. dinners? Ymm!
Bessie Kleinman Olga Magsias An asset to our Dramatic Club.
l, . Walter Kretschmer "Chuck" Baker A very good athlete.
.J Bruce Ladd "Herb" Dangremond All-around good fellow.
M Charles McBurney "Kenny" Klomz Captain in R. O. T..C. .
X 1 Lillian Peterson Olga Massias Her sweet and winning personality.
, qi Helen Sarocka "Dede" Tollerton She does her best for S. A.
5555 Christine Schlepowicz Claire Abbott She boosts the G. R's.
jewel Specht Merle Davis Star basketfball shooter. .
D1v1s1oN no qcominueay
Florence Morris Claire Abbott Her ability in G. R. affairs. v
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pr' Q .,-. ' arm n ostme r "Herb" Dangremnnd resi ent o t e e ruary gra uates. A
ai 1.5" Ruth Paddock Elinor Wilhoit She is such a capable editor of Empehi. h
!?i Qii Bernice Reuter g Merle Davis She has been the best girls' basketball captain.
f ,gf Eleanor Rockafellow Claire Abbott A willing, cheerful worker. .
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A SQPHOMQRE ON WORDS
Un eaeh man life a strong sword girdsg
And fortunate are they whose words
Are gifted with that blessed light
Which helps weak men in doing right,
For they in life can wield such power
And to the Earth present such dower
That she may overcome the might
Of stronger words not used for right.
And to the world how sweet the chaff
That makes heloved children laugh:
And aged folk, hy life made grim,
Find likewise pleasure in its whim.
No man can greater wealth possess,
Than words that light us from distress:
Apart he is from common herds,
This man who finds himself in "W1mrds."
Henry Barhour, '29
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'Ruth Dujardin Chairman
' Lewis Langdon Vice Chairman
Perry Brooks Secretary
Dorothy Abbey Treasurer
Norman- Silver Annual Collector
Jeannette Aggen A
You little devil. '
Oh my no!
Ruth Armstrong How can you tell?
'Doris Clark ' . O.
Francis Fisher Atz it!
Dorothy Fleming Great!
Oh pshaw! N
Oh my goodness!
Thats dand .
For goodness sake.
F lrebbens sake!
O I Oy! -
Oh the bunk!
Well its all in a lifetime.
Goo ness sakes!
Ella Frank Cute!
Mark Guerin Sail on!
Here -I am!
'Marjorie Goller, Chair-man
'Annie Gunner, Vice-Chairman
Helen Hawksley, Secretary
'Helen Grimes, Treasurer Goodie!
Oh Me, h My!
Elizabeth janney, Annual Collector
Get off, you know I'm ticklish!
Sylvia Gordon ' Are you going to tell me?
Josephine Harrington A pity.
I suppose so.
That's true too.
1 Oh Himmel!
Eleanor Lindquist You'd be surprised.
Fern McKee Maybe,
It wont be long now!
Soes Dorothy Snow.
Holy cheese and crackers.
Where are my skates? I
True! True enough.
Oh look who you are!
Sure, we"re all smart!
I guess you're right at that.
You're out of order.
Sure, that's all right.
Sure, I think so too.
With disgust you iill me.
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Even your best friend won't tell you!
A good line but no place to hang it.
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DIVISION 217 FAVORITE SAYING
Marjorie Tufts, Chairman Draw your own conclusion. '
--- Ethel Vanelr, Vice-Chair-man Wait a minute. --
'Gladys Perrow, Secretary Where under the sun-? "6
Rhea Rimes, Treasurer Be original. , 1
- 'kan gzittielvnhouse, Annual Collector Qu woiildrkrt kid me, would you? ...-
" ! oss c am erea tatway. ""'
' William Belshaw Save your money and get married. '
l Henry Bird 1 ' May I have the car? ' ,l
Robert. Brookes I hope to smoke a herring. '
Ixcvgllvlin Fleging - I Sallie your, molney and lbuyi a Ford. 3
r ucie raves now, ut can't t in . ,
Charles Haliday How much? ' it
llgobert Ialetrell ah-wah QSam'rL Henryj. is
arty ic e osit on a tac . 3
gahn Nickols Applesauce! . fl
thel Ortmann Never weaken. "
Anna Pearson Hot banana soup! V
Adeline Peterson Dog-gone it. N
Alice Piersma I'm laughing at you. . , '
gliyroai Irlbrowu I should hopehto milk a Hershey.
ne: 'c nspiration, W ere art tho ? Q
, Helen Rypkerna Whiz:-e. . u X
1 'A clice Scagilgn sintck your sassy face. ,
I irginia c mitt e , orgot.
, l Iilarkolcghsennstrorn Xelg rimeb vglhen to laugh. '
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' W , Robert Smith You scoundrel ' if
1 Beryl Sommer I don't think I have any. ti
Q Willard Stevenson Howdy, Megalops! L1
'- 9 Dorothy Taylor Hard to find 'em. , A
5 ' Robert Tollerton Awww! '
, i Virginia Ward Hold your horses. al'
, P Frances Willcox Stop! .1
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Q ll 'Bertha Dering, Chairman I can't wan'na. .
X Juanita Iob, VicefChairman Love 'em and leave 'em. '
V Alb!!! Slebos. Secretary The day when you and I were young, Harry. ri 3
4. Elglierpvifoernm Treixssgea gfiilneioine arlrd blue. i
A t e ooms, gf e nows e ' . 1
Q I j Arlene Beste lmua. 0 C or That's the burliklmlons
A r Phyllis Bonnema Look what I got! X
Harold Bourvet Umpal '
Forest Bruce Oh, Im fairly chuckling. .
' Catherine Beyers Ain't dot somthin! 5
' , glargaget ghagaman Heckfno. 1
1 A orot owing Uut or a good time. Hs'
'A - Alice lgykstra Go home and give your block a rest. the
U ' Marie Defloung Oh! hang it around your neck. -J
Esther Fntze What! H --
"""' Elizabeth Gorombi Most of it's the bunk. gg
1 Antonette Hanusek Oh, put on your hat, here comes the "
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grancesi Iirdeis got much, but howls
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giargxet liicllvifshon Oh, Oh.P nun
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f' Wihiam Wilder Under the spreading grapenut vine.
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DIVISION 121 FAVORITE SAYING.
Clayton Stafford, Chair-ma-4 My tummy irst!
Wiliam Christie, V5CgfCha.i1man Oh Heck!
Q Q Winifred Burns, Secretary ' Lush! ,
E g Frederick Von Berner, Treasurer won myl soul and gizzard.
Lzhlrkmsg. Annual Collector ' hen! do we' eat? F-
fill nifballsxsfilm dliniflis dom' le
iff, jack Breezley - You would, you're just the type. 3 E'
'fig 'I West Briggs Pa's rich and Ma don't care. 5' l
.gy gobertcggrnam 153 Johrzs sake! all H
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' :gil Lillian Foote Think nothing of it. I 5
'F 'V Harry Furneaux Don't ahrgue wid de gentleman..
if H Harry Hagiow That's what counts. '. 3
,Q Luther H' aday Holy Cheese! ' '
3 . Winton Heyes Mol Hoses. " I
"2 Q Marcella Heynen Da Da. 5 l
fm kzeph Hohmann Vot da--! ' I
ill bert Hohmann I , Oh, grandma! l ,
gill Mary Iohnsman I haven't the least idea. .1 I:
ii , Herbert Johnson You'd surprised. 1
kay Jciggasn Soil saying- out loud. 1 t 5
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if 1j ,QW Ernest Larson F Oh my golly. - .
lx ,FQ Lohn Liebenthal Whacha sayin' there, boy?
' lil! dith Richardson Well I'm tardy just because I sm. ' f I,
Peter Samuels ' For Iohn's sake. , 3,
, Q! Dorothy Stevens Oh I should say so. 1 351
A llilormannitevens You're a. good kid anyway. ' ' il
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's 1 . Mary Tonall r Ydll Eiiairer can tell. h'
' ' . Ruth Weddon I'forgot-do it next time. ' il
X David Young Heh, Heh!
' DIVISION 301 I
f I Genevieve Logan, Chairman 4 Oh, I just love it. ,N l
,haha Snedicior, VicSChai'rman E05 Digg! ,
- ' nstan m te t, S oy am.
WilliamcI7ade:l 'lireasurefccnmry ' Deeds, not words. ,
l Caryl Ruthie, Annual Collector , Kulen inde bakenf is 11
' Isabel Allman . Don't be silly. , Q
' Frank Anderson . Strike three, you're out. L
aiaricixix garter 1 genre all wet. I1
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A 4 Qxarlotte Bennett Correcto. 1,52
Evelyn Bills Oh wait a year.
"""' Riobert Bruce . I'm going to be on the E list. . QT,
Theodore Christensen . - Pies ike mother used to make. .3315
' Edward Christman ' has the tardy bell rung?
I 'Averell Cole Tell it to the Marines. El-
Frederick Diamond - You raphead. . 'Mi
, Margaret Duifey Fevenns Sake-Really? .
. George Elliott I hope you don't fee hurt. If '
V . Barelay Fleming Oh Gee. 1-' ,gg-V,
' 'Losephine Fleming Good Gravey. j.l, 7
. dward French I Yea Bo! 3,5
-, Frances Hammer Hello, you! ...- Helen Heizer A I guess I can do it. -gf-
Cfy Allan Hopkins Run up a tree. f 1,
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i - Ruth Billings, VicefChai'rman
George Rigby, Secretary
Randolph Iverson, Treasurer
-.. 'Baldwin Bingham, Annual Collector
""T' ' Frances Allen '
5 Barringer Baker
S Dorothy Berlin
l Norris Bishton
4 lack Budge
Q Eugene Coleman
f Jack Eichenberger
i Alice Fitzro
Henry Ferl Char-r-,mm
David Bllmg V1ceChazrman
Maurice Scanlon Sgg-rgmry
Dana. Howard Treasurer
,lack Geoghegan Annual Collector
What good will that do you?
"Yes" or "No" to a ticket sellerl
I'm so sorry.
Don't be silly!
I hope you don't feel hurt.
What are you doing Saturday?
Lend me a dime.
Oh, you funniedom.
That tickles me '
Ye gods and little Hshes'
Ya lo creo'
What ll I do Henry?
Sweet essence of sauerkraut
See I told you
For cat s sake'
I ho e you don t mind
Well maybe maybe not
Oh be still
Love and kisses
Dats what I say
So ns your old man
When does this period end7
Well it was like this-etc
I don t know
Amt that some can7
Out uv gas
well you dont mean it
Hey yuh pophead
Latina est bona nlhxl
Up an at em'
Wouldn t you like to know?
Be yo self
Oh Im the vulgar boatman
Huh' what for?
How dye do xt?
He doesn t know his stuff
Can ya imagine that?
Don t get excited'
Peaches and cream
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l D1v1s1oN zis FAVORITE SAYING
-f- 'Gordon Adler, Chairman Oh! Bolony 4-,
-"' Herbtrt Wihwf. Vice-Chairnum Carlos! j --
Vera lane Pitkin, Secretary Yes, Ma'm
.-.. Helen Brookes, 'l'rea.ru're'r Hot dog!
""' gh!! Mlwn. Annualfollector Caramba "'-I-'
Oroth Austin My Stars! I'
Edwardy Baum Dar you go-- i F
Muriel Borden .Never fight. '
Velma Case How sad!
Ruth Mary Dare Maybe- ' el
Olive Davies How bad? li'
Jane Davis ' Oh gee whiz! j fi
Sara gean Dearborn Well, hardly. i
v Wini red Drueck Fooey. in
' lean Faulkner Owah! f E
V Charles Faulkner Wrong again. Q X
i Gerald Healy And where? 2
Warren Hockert Saint Louis Blues! yg
Dorothy Hopkins Don't be dumb! ll
5 Pearl johnson That's hot. i
6 Helen Li ka I hope! H
1 Rose.McEord That takes the cake. I
1 Betty Mosnat Don't let that worry you. '
l Betty Palmer Jump in the lake. li
5 Emma Shemaitis Atta Boy! E
5 Adeline Streich Oh, Boy! j
E Mildred Tabbert Eh, What? X
5 Ruth Tinsley' Hold it. , ,
5 Constantine ziolas A 'i
i gmhni Wallace
. lh Whitehead.
' isbn Whitehead
1 esley Wilson
. Elm Winsor
Z "' orma Ysrline
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- Milton Van Slyck .
Robert Van. Valkenberg
3:51. Ned' Wiekersham
JJ Harold Zink
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" nlld Ingwersen '
Q Izsllie Nelson
" ' N 'Mldelene Rummler
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Que hueno Muchacho. 1. f
Qu' il est bete. Q 5
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Cut'it-out, Jack. 1-
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Tough kid. E
Six of 'em. 1 5
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Sauer Kraut. -3,5
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Work when you work! Where ya worka, john? j i l f
Stayed up too 'late. i
I missed the train.
Lots of fun, eh? gain-
Hope to sneeze. '-in
Never put off till tomorrow. ,
It won't be long now. Oh! That's too bad.
CQ Charles white gag? the trainfll be late. :ky
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FROM THE FRESHMEN
Welre green we'll admitg we're not pretty a hitg
We're shy and we're scared into trancesz
We're oh, goodness me, what a difference there'll he
When welve heen to our iirst dozen dances.
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High School is known to three classes,
But it's new to the freshmen dear,
And we View it with feelings of horror,
For our pleasure is tempered with tear.
We know so little of working
'That we get 'most everything wrong,
From the way we march into 'semhly
To the way we sing a song.
We rush through endless hallways
And hump into seniors grave:
We are calmly arrested hy teachers
And are told to report or hehave.
We are teased hy the sophs without mercy,
We enter wrong rooms all the day:
And then, if we miss in our lessons.
We're kept in when it's time for our play,
But hard though our lot he as freshies,
A year's time will open the doorsp
And then will come new little rhinies,
And WE'LL he teasing sophomores.
Lucille Smock, '30
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DIVISION 303 I'
IDEA'OF A GOOD TIME
Roger Boylan, Chairman Eating.
W x Kenneth Arneman, Vice-Chairman To play any athletic game.
. 1 Rf-ith QOICIDGH. Secretary To join everything cheerfully. 3'
' Lita DICKCYSOII, Treasurer Football. l'
,,....... Lillian Woxda, Annual Collector Homework. 1-
, E Armandine Babcock Fancy diving. V
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" 1.5 5 ary e rt "t . 1
IE ' james Curtiss Toebe on age swimming team. , i 'I
,rg E ghlilliam DDavies glayingbasketball. . ' ' .ll
3 rances raper o go to the Milit Ball. 'if'
F2232 ggailiy Fgnigan Swimming. ary I '
f, IYS OX Wth' "Ki fS ." 1
' Bill Gorman Toalfe 1: Ealllrlblgd enggmecer. port , 1
Egg Ainslie Gray To go to a big dance.
U, E jane Green To have a' French pastry cook. '
,A George. Grosscup Getting up at 8:00 to catch the 8.16. l' '
A 'f 'g Katherine Haigh To eat a 40 cent lunch every day. 1
5' ly. Donna Hetrichf A long tour. ' "
-'L F 1 Sam Keating A half-hour meeting every day.
f 2 fi' Tom Le Messurier To play football and baseball.
, il' George Lindemann Not to be broke on Friday. I
1 Bill McBride To live in a swimming pool. '
I QQ. Malcolm McCallum Resting.
a p Betty Marriott Sports, .
ig if Wesley Mills To drive to our farm in Michigan.
Y U 'f Helen Moberley ' To see a good movie or vaudeville. , I
f ' gl Ruth Palmer To sing. 3 I
,Y Margaret Pflasterer Playing the piano for Miss Lusson.
: it 5 Ella Duwaine Reed Playing bridge. fl
1 9 Mary Elizabeth St. John To go coasting. Q,
3 Ethel L09 Sheehy - Getting up early to catch the 8:15-. .1 5'
Q Ruth Smith 'lo go on a sleigh ride. Y II
i 3 Mildred Stengele Reading. r- QI
, gzoedsgsqlenson so school. L
re o oe acation. '
MUY Ada Tibbles Seeing M. P. win basketball title. 1,
George YOUS To take an aeroplane ride. G
RHY Wlegel No homework. ' 1
3 I0l'1U wY3nf To go skating. X 4
Violet Young Going barefoot in the mud. ,
i DIVISION 226 2
Alice Sheffield, Chairman A picnic. .
,b Marie Rickert, Vice-Chairman Dancing a barn dance. g 1'
asv SYIVIH Slllkfl. Sec-reta-ry A school social every day. 5,3
MJ LOYHH White. Treasurer An assembly every day. ,V
r ' EllH.Kff21l0l', Annual Collectm Playing basketball. 'J
--- Marjorie Anderson Giving a party, '.,...
ig Robert Andrews Clnnbmg tg-egg, . . ' E3i'2..Ci'5l2'2E..1 img a gflif' alma. .
ar wi re e me .
Raymorfd Drechsel Plalyingyin any spelt. n S
Evelyn Forest A dance. '
Mary.Hodapp A robaggan party.
IAIrp5l1aHHlolle:idclinner Q Party, d I
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f' GlPdY5 .leflklfls Watching a basketball game.
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Ella Lammel Ice skgtin . YW e '
Mae Luckas jazz, g
' 1 Veneta Wallace To know many high school friends.
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DIVISION 322 IDEA OF A GOOD TIME
Daniel Gale, Chairman Stick of gum and a lolly pop.
i William Andrews, VicgfCh4i1m4m, ' Swimmin . 4-
Lillian Smith. Secretary Basketball finals. ""
Kenneth Carver, Treasurer Seeing a good movie.
.... Ralph Ionsson, Annual Collector - AH exciting game- --
""' Flora Barnes A good dive. ""'
e A Donald Cornell A peppy dance. '
gohn De Young Vacation. -
2 , anet Fischer A masquerade ball.
ig Alba Ganz California. '
I? ' Walter Giese Sailing lr
2 Donald Goe A good girl. - V
1 . Helen Grimm The school socials.
Q , William Horwath Throwing tomatoes. '
f ' William johnson A ford and a ilapper. .1
l I Lillian Iurgensen A day in the drawing room. Q xl
i Florence Judson M. P. in the basketball finals. l
IQ Bessie Lowe Washing dishes. lgl
' Herbert McLachlan "Stepping out." l
l Henry Mechtersheimer Driving a Packard.
i George Michielsen No school. , ,
, H Sophia Mourgelas A good game. S
g , Irma. Palmer Empehi winning a championship. i
Eleanor Pfeiffer M. P. in the iinals. - N 5
lf Tamagane Pearson Playing baseball. N if
Q Earl ennington Swimming. M
, M Phillips A lolly pop and a toothpick. 'i
if ortensei Pratt Academy dances. ., '
V who Richmond Boxing. ,rl
iQ f, inifred' Russell Basketball finals. ' .Q
,, Kathryn Stevens A snappy play. ' '
, Alston Taylor Dancing. '
R, X John Thompson Spanish. .5
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Franklin Reed. Chairman Camping.
li Don. Davis, VicefChai-rman A SMPPY dance-
ll William Reed, Secretary Water games.
qi Gordon Stow, Treasurer Football.
Il Virilinil Eagle. Annual Collector A good dancer as a partner. - .
" Madeleine P. Airey Dancing with a tall shiek. Q
l Wendell Anderson Washing dishes. , ,
Dorothy Beckwith Swimming. ii E
I Jeanette Berlin S orts. li
Frieda E. Bishopberger l-liking. N2
ff, Roger Bishton A arty with lots of eats. ,fe
' J Viola Blackmer A Eid party. Q '
Sa Helen Bradley A sleigh ride party. 'J
Q-K Mar'orie Burnett A moonlight dip. ig,-L
.1 William Clayborn On the water in fog. an
' f - Violet Conrad Studying Latin. 1.2-M
-Q William S. Contie Camping and cooking my own meals.
Clarence Cook Fishing and hunting.
Edwin Cowan A hike, eats and then bed. , ...f ',.., fi
Dorothwbninwiaafs A beach pany. -Wg
Esther rews A hard time party. 1,
Florence Ellis A boat trip.
' Douglas Flaws Roughing it. gg
"Q David T. Fornell Lots of "eats," FLW'
un: Seth Fornell More swimming. Nr'
Leisnsica Ganet A trip around the world. ,
KW 3 'dred Goldsmith Leisure. 'Lg .f
. Walter Harding Social affairs and sports. '
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,Sig Raymond Janus A merry crowd.
Irving Kass D A unique party. '
5 2 Henry Koehler Catching an.early tram on Saturday. f
2 Ariel Kruse A cozy seat in a sleigh.
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H322 Richard Moberly A snappy game.
1. 'iid Freeman Morgan A socia with eats. 3 1
I John Novotny Going to school. ' it 5
Betty Oostmeyer Diving in the new pool. X 5.
5 if-xg George Pagels Two .periods of swimming a day. . I.
f 712. Wilson.Perryman A rai road trip. .
. Bgmannn Polaoekf Nothing to do. , SI:
fi Gwendolgn Rauch A night on 31 boat in an upper bunk. .ing
ii, lsliifdrd chmitt Pole-vaulting. g
, . Arthur Simpson A gym class at the "Y. ' gl 3
" i Gerard Slebos c Music. .l
" 'iff Lucille Smock Swimming in the new pool. r 1 .
I Charlotte Stenger A moonlight beach party. t '
t Virginia Stitt . A picnic y the lake. ' 5 .1 L,
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fjilf Daniel Williamson Playing games at a party. N. p
til Alfred Wilson R Watching others work. K X
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Q1 Q , Agnes Visll, Chairman To gd to the socials. A' . 5
jack West, VicefChairrna-n A gogd book and plenty of good time to it
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J Tim Harrison, Secretary To watch. M.. P. 'win a basketfball game. I it
1 3 Carol Luther. Treasurer To go swimming in our-new tank. 3
. 3 Richard Kephart, Annual Collector To see any athletic game. Q
'K Eloise Abbott Watching my sister dive. I
.RS Lester Belshaw To eat, fm , and be meffy- I l
Q 4 Dorothea Brooks To have plentytto eat. Q
Alice Comstock A good swim in the tank. !Q
Merritt Cook To watch a good rille match.
Marjorie Danforth To take 8 dlp in fl.P001- 5
Howard Geib ,Diving oil: the springboard. j
Fred Graham 'go playa liaskebball. 3
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. Eyntgdl jablixgs T3 site 151. IP. feature in basketfball.
. Robert Kirchof V Spending money. g 1
' ' Blanche McGillivray To go to a lively party. ' 1 l'
gun Robert Longley A good glame of Kelly Pool. .QQ
' Charles Monroe To beat ilden in basketfball.
. Merle Mulligan Seeing a scrappy basketfball game. 'J
L.. Ifgiy Peteiigon go sei M. P. defeatfinglewood. .......
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I Robert Phillips 'io watchlM. Rdswimming meet. X .
, Mabel Richardson musica come y. , 1
Catherine Robertson To go swimming.
Margaret Robertson To see an exciting basket-ball game. ' .
Esther Sauermann To go around the world. ff' ,
Otto Sauermann To play basket-ball. f
Burton Schwind To play soccer. . Q
Clyde Soellner Sleeping, 'H
L .Eugenia Swett To see Empehi win in footfball.
can Betsy Swift To see a' good foot-ball game. f "'-'
- Winthrop Warren To see all seniors .roll pencils. pg
0 Jessie Wassner To get "S" in Latin. I '9
. V Edith Williams Playing a game in our nice gym. Ep'
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I DIVISION zoa IDEA or A GooD TIMB1 1 I
' " Florence Edwards, Chairman Playing the violin. I
Z: Sidney Stevens, Vice-Chairman
'Robert Brown, Segfgm-ry
'Edward Reynolds, 'I'-rgaswrgr
ig Elilabdh B0hH, Annual Collector
. Mabel Allen
Blondes or brunettes.
Studying till 10 P. M.
A long tour.
None of '-your business. .
I ' Alice Anderson Swimming. Q ,
' Margaret Anderson ' A good date. ,I
I ' Marie Barts . More study periods. ,
I ' Oliver Benson . Broncho-busting. QI
Mildred Burgess Eating Gedunk sundaes. A
Bertha Dennis Swimming with Miss Gahl. -'
' Evelyn Edgar Q Don't get personal. '
I Arthur Gunnell Hunting in the North-land. ,
Willis Grieg A moonlight night. 7 I
I Verna Halverson Hiking 'and skating. I
V .liner Herriott ' Swimming. I,
I Elaine Jacobson I'd hate to tell. ,I
Ia Mary Jerome . Science with Mr. Gay. , .I
lg Erwin Kleinman An interesting book. I 'I
Marion Krebs Getting in and out of trouble. , ,-
If Sluth Lallery Skating. .
I erna hman S 'mm' g, ,,
I Constance Lovejoy Bxketlialll games. 3 EI
'Lourene Mokstad A good social. i II
Mary Nicely Vacation. . if
Helen Robinson Summer. -
Il5IeleridSgwyer woiulge take too long to tell. . II
ona axton ' ' d, ' 'I
1 'times Slgephifd gtaklh fromslI::'IlE:si7Valter. fi
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Cheston Stafford Skating and swimming. I
' Major Stephens ' Winning a championship. I
I Lillian Thorne No homework. I,
I Frank Trask Fishing-with luck. '
IE I EizabethVTrowbridge Nothing below "G,"
E, arion oigt Summer with no school. 'QI
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1' X Mflfgalfef Makowski, Chairman Dancing with good music. U
I VIYHIHQH R1Ch2l'dS, Vice-Chairman Toe dancing. In
I Catherine CUSHCII. Secretary Swimming meet. II
Henrietta Hagedoffl, Treasurer Dancing. 1'
R0l'0fhXAf1dCI'S01l, Annual Collector X0 be a good sport. 'l
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I Helen" Basinski Hilgfilgpliiipsll? country.
ft Eella Bigford A big dance. -fs
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sv Ada Buningm cgnfeifllgfnen girl
.fs-' gildrego Byrnes Daggcigag, 1:31-L
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Florence Dickerman Aurpegpglirchgsua,
,f Marjorie Fletcher Good orchestra music. ,Qs
gill! Fly?-IIB Ancsntfrtainment.
eresa auptmann A ar eston contest. ff?
1 Annette Hill Iceeboating.
fi Marv Jenkins Any school affair. If
,. , Anna .lonkman A school social. f
.Q -L., Charlotte Kennett A good dancer,
., I Edna Keys 7 Two weeks at camp. QKSEFL
:Il Anita Kramer . The country life. mul
Mae Langenberg A hike.
5. - Alice Lenegan A ride ending with a good meal.
- Anna Lucas Good music. 'QQ '
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IDEA OF A GOOD TIME
Ice skating late at night.
' ' 'Winifred' Nienhouse Reading our Empehi.
Tena Postma Waiting for lunch ith period.
Emma Rehling More socialsl ...-
I Barbara Riess A jolly bunch. """
Grace Sherwitz Toboganning. I
Rose Schmitt - An all night hike. ,I
' Ruth Schneider Listening to Hugh Boylan. It
, Grace Schwamborn To eat breakfast in bed. I.
Stella Stanis - A masked ball.
gilbert gtoehr Sgeeging. "
una urner t eater party.
Henrietta Van Den Handel The S. A. socials.
Mildred Willig A school dance. ,I
Tessie Wolf A vaudeville put on by S. A. .
DIVISION 315 I ji
' Johanna Hille, Chairman No school. 'I
George Christie, Vice-Chairman Looking in girls' mirrors. . II
Grace Harvey, Secretary Erasing names ,from the absence list. I '
Harriet Moody, Treasurer Eating' "Bill's" Hot Dogs.
' azies glloifeg Annual Collector iummer Vacation. .
. ' o n war rrving.
I Edith Agierson kiiss Walter'si diigsion. .
u ene nson comic vau evr e.
I Hairy Bergquist Lots of home talent. It
I Alice Bloomquist Going to Ha1lowe'en parties. II
I Catherine Bulinski Going to the tardy room. - 'I
I Angela Carter - Playing basketball.
I Pre Cauble Another comic vaudeville. I
I4 Hviandflofey Bitciiing classes. d
yra ummings itc ing t e guar s.
I Gertrude Dickman Early dismissal. 'I
Horace Gaston Miss Walter's tardy room. ,
I Dorothy Gerneinhardt Playing basketball. I,
. William Glawe Listening to good music, I
I Hermine Grote Hot dogs and sand. I
I ' John Guderyahn A bawling out. I
I I John, Handbury Eating pie.
Famine Hughes When the last bell rings early.
I mul Ingerson Feather beds for study.
D0 ald iacobson Vacation time. , I
'Willard ohannsen A tennis court. I
Gilbert Krause Swimming, that's the best. II
I ' Dorothi4Miller Having a good assembly. - ' I!
veg Harry olenaar Doing. Math. I ve
' Margaret Morse Weenie Roast. '
, Catherine O'Donnell The last seat in the balcony. LJ
Evarts Redman Getting to school on time. gf-
:, Evelyn Shank Studying for exams. ..-
Adarn Schimanski Eating lunch. .
I gfleyde sspitlirl S good vaudeville.
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Gilbert Tompkins Mr. Ol5en's study.
. Edward Grosscup, Chairman Coming to class late.
I Dorothy Anderson, Vice-Chaiymgm Sitting in the balcony. ,
I 'Marcella Sheils, Secretary Swimming every day. 1
, Martin Hemingway, Trgasu-my A peppy game. , '
'll' Edward Horvath, Annual Collector Catching robbers red handed. :
Tw' kahn Anderson Furnishing a magic carpet. ' fs.
si- ucille Clark Getting up early. ' 'v
- , Thomas Clark Eating blueberry pie on gold bricks. 'S I
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IDEA OF A GOOD TIME
Overnight hike to Camp'Kiwanis.
An auto ride.
Louise Davies Watching a sunset. '
Michael Dominick To watch someone else eat. I
Lark Du Val Listening to clever UQ freshies. '
May Eldridge Loads of homework.
Eileen Foell Tennis. ',
Mildred Fl'3IlCk Parties, agree with me? ' gf
Emma Gedmin Picnics. if
Hazel Hawksley Going out with -l-if
Charlotte Hohman Lots of parties. is
Lawrence Kordewick Riding in a "Leaping Lena." ff
Anthony Michielsone A 85.00 dinner.
Daniel Moore Swimming in my own back yard. I!
Willard Morton When Morgan Park beats Parker 96'0. 1?
John Pyle Tardy room ninth period.
John Rankaitis Ditching. ii
Kathryn Scott An auto ride in the country. fy
Marie Simmons A play like "It pays to adyertisef' Q'
Martha Sinclair Riding in a motorboat. U il
Jean Anne Slocum In a comfy chair by a log fire. 4.
Jeanette Steinhauer An unexpected test. 3
Evelyn Walsh A vaudeville. .
Henry Wendorif Arguing. 5
Robert Welker Aquaplaning. .i
Martha Wynn Pool and plenty of water.
Herbert Zickenberg An aeroplane ride. ' E!
"'EliI10I' YOUIIE, Chairman A book and a box of candy. - -.
William H0i'fI!12I1. Vice-Chairman Swimming and skating. W
Milla Clark. Secretary Going to the "Oriental" V .'
.limes RCPP, Treasurer Playing tiddle-de'winks.
RRY Al6X81'ldef, Annual Collector Eight periods of Latin U1 QQ
Eva Bombaugh A swim in icy water. gf
Fred Clifton Eating ice cream. i
Kenneth Coughenour Being an organ grinder. I
Cleo Davis Moonlight. . ii
Frank Donnelly Riding a Henderson.
June Fitch A long, brisk hike.
George Foose Getting "S" in a Latin test. 4
Elizabeth George Going to the "Chicago" theatre. I
Henrietta Hare After Mother has visited school. Q
Lillian Hudson Cross word puzzles. I
Edward Hutchinson A date with a certain blonde. il
Louis Jeria To o out and enjoy music. 1 ,ve
Ruth Johnson Breaifast in bed. "'
William Johnson . Taking it easy. ,J
William Kleinz Reading the "Empehi News."
Eugenia Loomis Five swimming periods a week. -"':
Edward Messinger Twelve months of vacation. ,.
'Constance Noble Anything but Latin. ' '
Fred Payne A sport roadster.
Robert Perry Dancing with a certain girl.
John Rafferty Playing marbles.
'Fffinces Reynolds Something exciting.
Mary ROSS Jumping in the lake.
John Silberhorn A swimming party. - A.
Charles Spangler A ghost story, .5
Fred Stearns ' A Sherlock Holmes adventure. I...
Howard Wadsworth Staying in bed after 8:00 o'clock. -1-
'Jessie Weed Floating down on a parachute. ' f 3
Caroline Werstler Playing basketball. -
Charles Younger Lots of fun. gi.
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DIVISION 309 IDEA OF A GOOD TIME
Stanley Shemaitis, Chairman Floating in the pool.
Bertha Mayer, Virg'Ch4inn4n Doing homework.
--- 'Kelsey Milner, Secretary A month with homework. --'
Iiorraine Nyberg, Tnasnfrgf A party in.Fernwood.
'George Savxdis, Annual Cgllggwr Latin tests in 101. ,
... William Bowman A boxing bout. I 'T' Pierce Burch Going out with Margie. I
Wimfred Campbell Swimming.
' licauis flgistian Eisplaying the Die on my report. i
, war auter eeing our team at. 5
1 Duane Colburn Watching Empehi win. P
2 Rtlifh gruden Ice skating. 2
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b 'eorge oe st sno a g t in stu y. '
1 ' Anna Harris Hearirlg R. Watkins sing. ' ll
, 5ln1erKHeino A college football game. ' 1
f ar err Water sports. 'i
3 - Mildred Kock Playing basketball. '
E Isle I Ialloghing tohthinlr about k -1
na ertes en teac ers orget omewor . ,
,ll Howard Meyers You're getting too personal. I
ll .garl Mglrfay Eirlsil Eats! An orchestra. I
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Leonard Sampson Ie boating.
lil .9 Francis Sheils 'Wou'd be surprised." ,
"!. I George Smith A hard'boiled test. 1 ig
5. Virginia Thyer D Sleeping and eating. .1
George Wigand Eating and sleeping. -
ii ' Maurice Williamson Getting "S" without working. 1
lx Glenn Winnie A game with Parker lights. ,
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li Richard.Hudson, Chairman Room S17 'and Miss Walter.
M 'Polly Flint, Vif,-g'Chainnan Swimming in our pool. '
ii David Patton, Secretary A coiiple of good sets of tennis. is
, Iack Pittsford, Treasurer Camping. il
,f .Robert Penson, Annual Collector Dinner downtown.
l X Raymond Anderson Camping. li
li 1 glllargaret gird A ginnler party. E
' 'W - orence rown ac party. ' I
Xglligxi Crowley lglfaring school yells. g
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Eugenia aslllibls Wgtching Ridge beat Morgan Park. li
?::ar FEdlund lgiking. h I be I
5. o n arr oing to sc oo-may . 3
Helen Fetsdrly Doing hard Algebra problems-l il
v, Walter Gannott Spanish with Miss Bellinghausen. ,fp
5. '- Wayne Gierman Reading a good book. '
MJ Edward Havey A basketball game. .J
, Edward Hippner lgeing in a football game. -3-
--' Florence Jones wimming. ' 1
Edward Lavett A thrilling basketball game. p .
5' Beatrice Linquist Having the seniors give a play. X
' Marion Mingea Watching "Tex ' make a basket. ' -
Frank Macfarlane Swimming at the beach.
Harriet Mason Seeing Mlorgan Park win a game.
Carrie Mitchell Dancing with Johnny R.
Virginia Molloy Iuggling lunch dishes, fifth.
Amber Morse Christmas.
'S - ig 'Bernice Simons Watching Marion Wallace in Latin. N-
" 1 Lucille Sm he Math. in Miss Walter's class. 1-an
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1 Juliet Woodward Watching the waves come in. .,
.5 Marian Wallace A chocolate pecan sundae. K V
'Agnes Wuehrmann A good cold swim. gi.
C I Olive Whitford Oh Latin!!! Yap
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STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS il
Kenneth Klontz --- .......... President
I Franbces Tollerton ..... ..... V icefPresident
f Mable Heil ....... .......... Se cretary
Mr. Maysack .... .... F acuity Treasurer
THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION
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I The Student Association of the Morgan Park High School includes the school as I
5 a whole. Like any other organization it has its president, vice-president, secretary,
and treasurer. Besides his customary duties, the president leads all the student assemf '
blies and presides as chairman of the Management Committee. The vicefpresident is
chairman of the Board of Control and of the Social Committee. -
At the beginning of each semester, each division elects a chairman and a vice'
chairman. The roomchairmen form the Management Committee, which settles all
I general questions that arise. The vicefchairmen make up the Civic Committee, which S
v, . deals with such matters as the Clean-Up Campaign, under the able leadershi of Miss M A'
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' U Mackin, faculty adviser. - A J'
: Besides the chairman and the vicefchairman, a secretary,,a treasurer, and an Annual -":
' collector are elected. The secretary takes the attendance, the treasurer collects the '
Empehi dues, and the Annual collector collects the Annual money. '
The Student Association aims at one hundred per cent membership. It is an organ'
ization to which every student should belong. The dues are one dollar a semester,
and in return the members receive bifweekly copies of the Empehi News, and may
attend all Student Association functions. All the surplus funds are used for student -
enterprises. A u
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Management Committee .... .... K enneth Klont:
THE BOARD OF CONTROL
The Board of Control is composed of the presidents and chairmen of the various
activities and organizations.
The duties of this board are to make a yearly calendar, and to sanction the
expenditures of all Student Association money.
The VicefPresident of the Student Association, Frances Tollerton, acts as chair-
man, and the Secretary of the Student Association, Mabel Heil, as secretary.
.ii list of the members, with the organizations which they represent, is as
Civic Committee ........
Annual Staff ..........
- - - - -Lois Fleming
- - - - Dorothy Roesch
Empehi Staff ...... ..... E linor Wilhoit
Girl Reserves ..........
Boys' Emblem Club ....
Girls' Emblem Club ....
Arst Club .........
Orchestra ....... -
Officers' Club ......
Boys' Glee Club---
Girls' Glee Club -----
Tau Epsilon ------
Botany Club --.-..
- - - -junior Freeman
- - - -Claire Abbott
--- -Herbert Friel
- ---Martha Baker
- -- -Esther Wendt
--- -Osgood Foster
- - - - Charles Baker
- - - ---Ruth Wiswell
-- - - -William Swift
Dramatic Club ----- --...- E velyn Johnson
Faculty Adviser ----
- - - - - Burnette Bradley
-- - --- -Mr. Lorentz
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i Carol 'Ramer ..... ..... V icefPreside'nt ..... --- Dorothy Roesch ill L
Dorothy Roesch .... ..... S ecvetary ...... .... G ladys Perrow E
- Arthur O'Meara .... ..... T reasurer-- .... John Guerin
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f ll Tau Epsilon, Morgan Park's honor society, has brought to a successful close its
' l fifth semester. Steadily progressing in numbers, it' reached and passed this last year ,.
p a goal of one hundred members. if
P T 5 A partylfor the new upperclassmen, given on November third, was the first social gl il A
4 ,Q affair of the year. By far the most important event was the assembly of March elevf l '
Q enth, The society itself conducted the entire program, and only members of the club l V r
'i took part. There were several musical numbers, including the "TauAEpsilon Song," 9:8 U
' 'F 4 sung the entire group. A few students gave short talks and, of the faculty, Miss ,
Peterson and Mr. Maysack spoke.
i The annual rummage sale was held on the twenty-second and twentyfthird of
'i April, with its usual successful results. 4 -
Tau Epsilon wishes to express appreciation to Miss Conlan and Miss Malone, who
T have again given their valuable .aid and guidance, and to Mr. Schoch, who has been I
, a constant. encouragement. '
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ZB AND IA MEMBERS
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THE ANNUAL STAFF OF 1927
Dorothy Roesch ................................. Editor'infChief
Ruth Tinsley .... ....... A ssistant Editor
Philip Airey ..... ......... ........ B u siness Manager
Robert Espey ................. .... S ubscription Manager
Irene M. Peterson ............... ........... F aculty Adviser
Claire Abbott, Dorothy Moeller-- ..... Senior Representatives
Eugene Davisson .............. ............... A thletics
Elinor Wilhoit ............. ...... ...... P u blicity
Helen Crane ............. ............. ...... H u mor
Edith Bishton William Swift Alice 'Davies Barbara Gooch
janet Meyers June Billings Paul Smith Roy Young
jean Young Frances Tollerton
Frances Jones --- .... ----
Gladys Stevens .... ............
Frances Ferguson .........
Edna B. Hotchkiss .................... , .......... Faculty Adviser
George Bell Helen Hawksley Betty Mosnat Virginia Schmitt
Eleanor Boardman Charlotte Hubbard jacob Mosnat Elinor Shepherd
Winifred Burns Billy Kapple Carl Murray Dorothy Stump
Margaret Cox john Kendrick Dorothy Nuss A Winthrop Warren
Robert Clarke Florence Kinney James Peebles Ruth Wellman
Alfred Craske Lois Mackey Robert Price Frances Yurkas
Hope Huehner Charles McBurney
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ANNUAL CLERICAL STAFF
Top row-M. Guerin, Loeser, McCullough, Paddock, Vanek, Rich.
Second row-D. Myers, Hensley, Trowbridge, Harvey, Lienk, Flint, Whisler.
Bottom r0w+Randel, Gooch, Bradley, Miss Condit, Horton, Roesch.
Burnette Bradley .... .............. ........ P r esiden:
Lee Horton ....... -- .... - .... -Secretary
Miss Condit .......................................... .....,,. - -Faculty Sponsor
uil en, the literar or anization of Mor an Park, aims to romote interest in
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literary work and projects.
The club is composed of winners of contests sponsored by Quilpen, or those
sponsored by others in which every student of Morgan Park may take part, and
which the members of the club feel are important enough for the winners to gain
the recognition of membership.
In the fall, Quilpen held a contest in which each student wrote a dedication
speech for our new assembly hall. The grand prize in this contest was awarded at
an assembly to Virginia Gibbs. Part of her speech was used as the dedication for
the 1927 Annual. This spring, the club worked out plans for a literary supplement,
to be published once a semester with the Empehi News, and took charge of an assemf
bly for the school in June.
Though a young organization, Quilpen is growing, and it hopes that with the
invaluable guidance of Miss Condit, it will some day be able to edit a magazine of
which Morgan Park may be proud.
Members not in picture:
Billy Bowen, John Dinsmore, Kathryn Gantt, Virginia Gibbs, Ruth Kuehne,
Frances Pierce, Vera Pitkin.
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THE EMPEHI NEWS
Morgan Parks b1 weekly publ1cat1on the Ernpeh1 News was managed Jomtly mn
the past year by the Journahsm classes and by the staff of the paper Durmg the first
semester journahsm students planned the paper and wrote all the art1cles appearing
xn It When the classes were d1SCO1'1t1I'1UCd the work was taken over by the regular
staff which has supervlsed It the rest of the year
Elmor WllhO1t who has acted as edltor 1n Ch16f throughout the year has shown
cxceptlonal executxve ab1l1ty Her fluency and accuracy 1n wr1t1ng have been 1nvalu
:ble not only 1n her own work but as a gulde to the other members of the staff
There has been no change 1n the make up of the paper thls year although a new
feature Who s Who has been added
1 The Empehx News has furmshed two secretarxes for the Chxcago H1 School Press '-
Assocratlon Claxre Abbott was elected secretary m the fall and Lee Horton an the
One of the weekly assemblxes was sponsored by the Empehl News On January
seventh the film From Trees to Trxbunes was shown and Oney Fred Sweet of the
Ch1cago Tnbune gave a most entertammg talk
- Much pralse IS due M1ss Peterson the faculty advxser for her unflaggmg 1nterest
and patience 1n helpmg to make the Empehl News the success It IS
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Top Row--H. Dangremond, Rittenhouse, Crandall, Wheeler, Kretsehmer, Specht, Boylan.
Second RowfD. Myers, Wendorfl, Van Dyke. L. Meyers, De Clercq, Trowbridge, Hartley.
Bottom RowfSchampel, Palmer, Wilhoit, Miss Peterson, Horton, Warren, M. Meyers.
THE EMPEHI NEWS STAFF
Betty de Clercq
Ruth Van Dyke
'Clara Louise Trowbridge
tk Margaret Meyers
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Claire Abbott ..... ..... P 'resident .... .... c lm Abbott '
Frances jones .... ..... V ice-President-- .... .. .... Frances Jones p
S Edith Bishton .... -..c-Secreta-ry ...... .... M illie Whisler l
A Jean Young .... .... FI' reasurer ..... --.. jean Young t
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:H little we knew at the beginning of our cruise that we were to vision more than one t
it kind of dawn! With the prow of our ship pointing toward the east, we saw the
.3-L' miracle of dawn for the first time. And its joyous glory spelled fun and music
-V A for us. As we explored further, we glimpsed a bit of the Dawn of Service and Y
p threw life savers overboard to those floundering, and now we have reached the I
l Dawn of Heart's Desire, for we have piloted our craft safely through seas that '
were not always calm. S l
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The Port we sought is won."
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Top row-Kline, Dangremond, Friel.
Bottom vow-Dangremond, Brown, Mr. Calkins, Laycock, Klontz.,
junior Freeman .... - .,,, - ,,,, -, ,,,, President
William Rathje ..... ....... V icefPresiclent
William Laycock ................. ............ ........ S e cretav'yf'l"reasu-fer
The Hi-Y club, under the supervision of Mr. Calkins, has again completed a sucf
cessful year. Their motto "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school
and community high standards of Christian life," has been earnestly observed by
every member, both in athletics and personal conduct.
The gold football, which was presented to the most valuable player on the
football team last season, was given by the Hi-Y club. HifY has more members
on school teams than any other activity, and the basketball captains of the two
teams for the years '26927 and '28 belong to this organization.
HifY was also responsible for that interesting assembly at which "Dad" Elliott
spoke so inspiringly to the students.
The members of the club are as follows: C. Baker, H. Boice, R. Brown, G.
Dangremond, H. Dangremond, J. Dinsmore, R. Fitch, A. Flagler, H. Friel, S. Hall,
W. Hall, W. Kapple, C. Kline, K, Klontz, F. Schampel, W. Swift, R. Tollerton, J.
Thompson, J. Watson.
Page one hundred nine
THE RESERVE OFFICERS' TRAINING CORPS
In the fall semester the R. O. T. C. enrollment numbered 223 cadets. Cadet
Major Wheeler commanded the battalion, while Cadet Captain Meyers was Plans
and Training Oilicer. The battalion was formed into Company A, commanded by
Cadet Captain Herbert Dangremond, Company B, commanded by Cadet Captain
Sidney Hall, and the Band, commanded by Cadet Lieutenant Bingham.
In the spring semester the battalion was commanded by Cadet Major Foster and
numbered 340 cadets, who were organized into Company A, commanded by Cadet
Captain Specht, Company B, commanded by Cadet Captain G. Dangremond, Com'
pany C, commanded by Cadet Captain Hall, and the Band, led by Cadet Lieutenant
Led by Sergeant Parrett, the battalion has completed the most active year in its
history. The R. O. T. C. formed a system of LunchfRoom Orderlies, Office
Orderlies and FirefGuards who took over the task of keeping the school orderly
and neat, of welcoming visitors, and of protecting the students in case of emerf
gency. Likewise, cadets formed a force of ushers, who ushered at school assemf
blies, evening assemblies and functions of the Community Center, the American
Legion, and similar organizations. A system of twenty-three locker inspectors, who
inspected the lockers for neatness, and also five students, who formed our Flag
Detail, were cadets, also.
The representatives of the school at the Cook County American Citizenship
Foundations was composed entirely of cadet oiiicers. The R. O. T. C. assisted the
American Legion in its Decoration Day, Memorial Day, and Armistice Day
ceremonies, and will assist in the Fourth of July exercises. The CleanfUp and
PaintfUp Campaign was also under the leadership of cadet oilicers.
On February 18, the Oliicers' Club held its annual ball which is considered
the most formal affair of the season. On March 18, the picked squad placed third
in the cityfwide drill contest at Soldier's Field. The entire battalion took part in
an interfcompany track contest in june to round out the year.
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First Semester Second Semester
Eldred Green ..... ........ P resident ..... .... F lorence McCullagh
Virginia Bohlen--- ..... VicefPresident .... ...... R obert Heiskell
Stella Murray ..... .... S ecretary .... -- ..-- ..,, --Stella Murrav
Irwin Dost .... . ..... --- ....... Collector .... -- - i.,. -Florence Erickson
Henry Bird .................... Field Secretary ...... ..,..... - .... .,.. S t anley Tolles
The Botany Club, under the successful supervision of Miss Monsch, has had a
very profitable year.
The club, due to the early frost, was unable to hold its annual flower show at
school, but among interesting trips the members enjoyed the Annual Chrysanthemum
Show at Garfield Park. A dinnerftheater party followed. Other social events dur'
ing the first semester were a Christmas party and a sleigh ride.
In March and April, the members of the club conducted two enjoyable assemblies.
Through the kindness of Mr. Heiskell, an interesting film portraying the operations
of a steel mill was presented. At the second assembly, slides of gorgeous colored
flowers, typical of what the club studies, were shown. For further study of nature
many pleasant trips, conducted by Miss Monsch were taken to Palos Park, Morton
Arboretum, Mushroom Farm, Field Museum and other delightful spots in the vicinity.
Members: H. Bird, V. Bohlen, B. Bruining, I. Dost, C. Duer, S. Erickson, F.
Erickson, E. Green, J. Guerin, M. Guerin, C. Gunsaulus, H. Hobson, L. Howe, R.
Heiskell, J. Phib, C. Hughes, E. James, A. Killie, W. Laycock, D. Leech, J. Lieben-
thal, E. Lincoln, S. Lipshultz, J. Mapp, R. McCord, F. McCullagh, E. McKnight, R.
Murray, S. Murray, R. Palmer, J, Rafferty, B. Robertson, R. Shulander, N. Silver,
M. Thyer, S. Tolles, G. Vallet, E. Westerveld, R. Bee, E. Dubbs, M. Fetterly, P.
McKee, G. Rigby, M. Rosa, B. Sommer, F. Schampel, K. Beahler, B. Goodwin, S.
Benko, H. Phillips, H. Lawson.
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M usic and Dmfmatics
THE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
The Girls' Glee Club has always been one of the most popular and active organ-
izations at Morgan Park.
Last fall, the real work of the club was the preparation of Denza's "Good
Night," and "White Butterfly," which were numbers used in the Glee Club Contest
held at Orchestra Hall. Although our club did not win the city championship, it
did receive second honors.
In February, the girls sang at the Midfyear Commencement and a few weeks
later, at the Bethany Union Church. During the school year the club sang at
several assemblies, and at one of the meetings of the ParentfTeacher Association,
and they conducted two of the social hours.
After Christmas, work was started on this year's opera, "Tulip Time." By
spring vacation, all costumes were iinished, and many hours of practice with the
orchestra were beginning to show effect. Under the skilled leadership of Miss
Lusson, Empehi gave an annual opera on May 19 and '20 easily equal to its pref
vious musical productions.
Members: A. Simpson, R. Armstrong, D. Anderson, M. Borden, B. Bradley, E.
Crane, J. Fitch, D. Fleming, C. Fleming, R. De Graaff, H. Huehner, P. Johnson, L.
Libby, L. Peterson, A. Pitts, B. Sanders, M. Shields, L. Smythe, D. Washburne, E.
Wilhoit, V. Hossfeld, E. Seabrook, B. Eagle, A. Scanlon, E. Shepherd, F. Tollerton,
R. Weddon, R. Wellman, R. Wiswell, D. Myers, H. Rook, J. Boylan, H. Chud-
leigh, S. Erickson, C. Ramer, B. Simons, G. Perrow, V. Pitkin, R. Tinsley, H.
Crane, J. Young, D. Roesch, M. Whisler, M. Clark, M. Cox, I. Chute, H. Wen'
dorff, R. Gardner, A. Middleton.
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THE BOYS' GLEE CLUB
Although the Boys' Glee Club was quite inactive during the fall term, they made
up for this by their remarkable showing in the opera "Tulip Time."
Most of the boys in the Glee Club took the chorus parts of American boys, who
went to Holland in order to study botany.
Several were members of the cast and there were some who took parts as Dutch
boys. In the first act, the American tourists entered, singing "Over the Ocean" with
a lilting rhythm. During the second act, their big part was the "Fight, Fight, Fight"
song. They sang this with true vigor and a feeling that was caught by an appreciaf
The boys owe their success to Miss Lusson, director of music, and club supervisor.
Miss Lusson spent much valuable time in training the boys' chorus and cast to the
high degree of perfection with which they put on their numbers in the opera.
Each year finds the club a bit larger than before and it is hoped that next year
it will be large enough to enter the city wide Glee Club contest along with the Girls'
Members-G. Cray, Coeghegan, M. Guerin, M. Scanlon, R. Price, W, Laycock, H. Kramer,
J. Freeman, W. Clawe. A. Cole, W. Hall, C. Baker, E, Smith, G. Van Dyne, W. Belshaw.
L. Langdon, W. Campbell, P. Brooks, H. Baker, M. Nay. A. Craske, C. Doerr, S. Tolles,
C. Schmitt. G. Dangremond, T. Shemaitis, H. Dangremond.
Page one hundred seventeen
The R. O. T. C. Band has made a splendid record for itself this last year, for they
have played at many varied functions. In the fall, the band played at the Dedicaf
tion of Soldiers' Field, November 26, and for a meeting of the Beverly Hills Post of
the American Legion. Later, the band accompanied the girls who danced at Me'
dinah Temple on February 22, and played at the opening of the Morgan Park Com'
In the city band contest held April 16, Iviorgan Park placed second in Class C,
which means that they were considered second best of all the bands having only
partftime band masters.
The Empehi band formed a part of the Clean-Up Campaign Parade, April 18.
They marched in the Iviemorial Day parade, May 30, and took part in the annual
R. O. T. C. meet at Soldiers' Field, May 27.
The band gave a concert June 14, and besides all this outside playing, the boys
have furnished the music at each weekly assembly.
Captain Schildhauer, who was judged one ofthe three best band directors in the
city at the contest, is largely responsible for the excellent record of the band, which
now numbers fifty pieces. Morgan Park should be proud to have him as band inf
Page one hundred eighteen
The Morgan Park High School orchestra this year is twice as large as it has ever
been before, since it now numbers forty-one pieces. The year has been a most
active one, for the orchestra has given its services freely. The members have had
much intensive practice on the most varied kinds of music.
In the fall, the orchestra played at the American Legion program given in the
high school assembly hall and at the dedication of the Sutherland school. The music
for graduation, for the two dramatic performances, L'It Pays to Advertise" and "The
Pipcr's Pay," and the February evening meeting of the ParentfTeacher Association,
was also furnished by this organization.
ln the spring a great deal of practice was put on the music for the opera, 'iTulip
Time," and after that was successfully presented, work was begun on the june
The success of the orchestra is largely due to Miss Lusson, the capable and eff
ficient director, for she has spent much of her time developing the talent of the
players and encouraging them to bigger and better efforts.
Members: C. Ramer, E. Wendt, F. Edwards, H. Taylor, A. Lombardi, R. Omof
hundro. W. Paden, W. Clawe, E. Pennington, R. Bee, J. Cuderyahn, C. Schmitt,
-I. Hedges, M. Koch, J. Ehringer, E. Coleman, -I. Faulbaum, R. Shea, C. Miller,
E. Hipner, F. Stokoe, F. Garrett, C-. Slebos, V. Eagle, C. Christensen, W. Swift,
R. Lee, J. Repp, H. Soderwall, T. Colgren, E. Bingham, B. Baker, E. Howard, L.
Halladay, P. Brooks, W. Lee, H. Schumacher, E. Larson, C. Rufe, H. Hooper, H.
Baker, J. Sawyer, L. Binney, H. Schuck.
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Burnette Bradley Christina Rosanell De Graaff H ,,
Lucille Smythe Katinka Margaret Cgx . T
Herbert Dangremond Burgomeister Charles Doerr' i l
3 Thomas Shemaitis Hans Marshall Nay Y
Pearl Johnson Aunt Anna Dorothea Washburne
g Lewis Langdon , I Professor McSpindle George Van Dyne. A ,l
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Ruth Armstrong Hope Huehner Bereneice Sanders 7 A li
Hamblm Baker Dorothy Innes Alice Scanlon np fg
Muriel Borden Elizabeth Janney Eleanor Seabrook l
. Jean Boylan 'Pearl Johnson Elinor Shepherd
l 'Burnette Bradley Harold Kramer Marcella Sheils Qf
ll Honor Chudleigh Leila Libby A Bernice Simons
51 Milla Clark Doris Myers I I Annette Simpson h
' 'Margaret Cox R Gladys Perrow 'Lucille Smythe R t 'l
gg Elizabeth Crane Lillian Peterson Frances Tollerton if
'Rosanell De Graaff Vera Pitkin ':sDorothea Washbume
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William Campbell Jack Goegehan 'Maurice Scanlon 'T 'ri'
Averell, Cole , 'Walter Hall 'Thomas Shemaitis '
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'Herbert Dangremond William Laycock 'Geor e Van Dyne 1QioLff-,
2 Gerrit Dangremond g .lr J 'In cast one performance.
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AMERICAN TOURISTS AND DUTCH GIRLS
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Top Row-Dow, Mackey, Henry, Wilhoit, Sturges, Campbell.
Second Row-Abbey, Boardman, Winn, Bollenbach, Brookes, Randel, Pennington.
Third Row-Logan, janney, Ward, Handbury, Heil, Lohman.
Bottom Row-Meyers, Brown. Roberts, Frey, Stenger, Straight, Gooch, Meyers.
"TULIP TIME" BALLET
Flower Girls: Genevieve Logan, Martha Janney, Margaret Ward, Cora Handbury
Eva jane Heil, Verna Lohman. Solo dancer--Charlotte Stenger.
Hansel and Gretel: Lucille Meyers, Margaret Brown.
Merrymakers: Dorothy Abbey, Eleanor Boardman, Ethel Winn, Helen Bollenbach,
Helen Brookes, Mary Ellen Randel, Alene Pennington, Emma Shemaitis,
Ritcja: Elsie Straight.
Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy: Margaret Meyers, Barbara Gooch.
Aucassin and Nicolette: Gwen Roberts, Maurene Frey.
Tulips: Dorothy Dow, Lois Mackey, Lavinia Henry, Elinor Wilhoit, Mary Sturges,
Ruth Campbell, Margaret Lowery. Solo dancer-Dorothy Adams.
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IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE-Evening Cast
The dramatic class, under the competent direction of Miss Harriet Arthur, gave
two successful plays, "It Pays to Advertise," on January 28th, and "The Piper's
Pay," on March 4th. The proceeds, amounting to almost five hundred dollars, were
used to pay for stage equipment.
Dorothy Lloyd .....
Robert Black .....
Clayton Stafford .....
John Watson ......
Hugh Boylan ......
Virginia Bohlen ....
Inez Chute ....
Fred Hudson ....
Philip Airey .....
Carroll Lehman ....
Mrs. John Burton--
Mary Clark, detective ....
Evelyn Evans, reporter---
Miss Freda Dixon -----
Mrs. Charles Dover--
Katie, the maid ----
"IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE"
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Comtesse de Beaurieu- - -- - --.. - - -Maurene Frey
---Rodney Martin ----- - ------.- .--Cara Graves
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---William Smith ------ -----
- - - -Elizabeth Janney
-George McChesney---- ----------- Helen Morgan
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THE PIPER'S PAY"
--- -Ruth Weddtvn
-- -- -Alice Scanlon
--- -Edna Roelle
-- -----Vera Pitkin
- - -- - -Ruth Duiardin
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MORGAN PARK DANGERS
Washingtcmn's Birthday Celebration under the auspices of the Union League Club
Medinah Temple February 22, 1927
Colonial Boys: Helen Bollenbaeh, Marie Zuttermeister, Elinor Wilhcvit, Rosanell
de Graaff, jane Ehringer, Dorothy Abbey, Helen Brookes, Bernice Simons.
Dixie Girls: Verna Lohman, Ethel Winn, Doris Clark, jean Boylan, Margaret
Lowery, Mary Ellen Randel, Ruth Campbell, Genevieve Logan.
Colonial Leader: Gwen Roberts Miss Dixie: Maurene Frey
Miss America: Dorothy Adams.
Page one hundred twentyfsix
Top Row-Davis, W. Brown, McEuen, R. Brown, H, Dangremond, Hohman, G. Dangremond,
Drueck, Klontz, Coach Peterson.
Middle Row--Carver, Friel, Flagler, Boylan, Goss, Sinew, Chambers, Davisson, Doerr, O'Meara,
Bottom Row-Tipler. Clarke, Hemingway, Rathje, Colgren.
THE BOYS' EMBLEM CLUB
First Semester Second Semester
Harold Burns ......... .... P resident ..... ....... It lerbert Fricl
Herbert Dangremond- --- ..... VicefPresider1t .... .... G erritt Dangremond
Sidney Hall ......... ..... .... S e cretaryffreasurer ............ Arthur O'Meara
The Boys' Emblem Club is one of the most popular and foremost clubs at Em'
pehi. The club is composed of boys who have won their major letters in athletics.
During the school year, the club manages such sports as the alumni games and
the interclass football, basketball, and baseball games. The scholastic standing of
the varsity players is looked after by members of this organization, who warn the
athletes in case of a deficiency in any major study.
The advertising of Empehi was successfully carried out during the last year by
the sale of stickers. The profit received from the sale of the stickers and from the
athletic games managed by the club is used to pay for the many letters and num'
erals which are awarded each season.
One of the chief aims of the Emblem Club is to inspire boys in athletics so that
Morgan Park will always stand high in interscholastic sports.
Page one hundred twentyfeight
Although Morgan Park's football team lost all of its practice games, it fared bet'
ter in the league, winning two out of four games. They dropped the deciding
game to Phillips, a strong team. Special credit is due the linemen on their excel'
lent defensive work. Chambers, left guard, will be next year's captain. The team
next year will be without Burns, Carver, Davisson, Gilson, Graham, Goodlett, Goss
Meyers, and Wheeler, all of whom are graduating.
Men receiving major emblems are:
Captain Burns, R. E.
Graham' ..... L. E. Goss .......... C.
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Chambers ---L. G. Colgren ----- R. T. Hohman ----
McEuen ---- R. G. Carver ------ R. E. Wheeler -
R. E. Brown ------ L. H.
Q. B. Shemaitis ---R. H.
F. B. Meyers ------ L. H.
----L. E. Boylan ------R. H.
Minor emblems were given to Kapple, Goodlett, Tolles, Bingham, and Phifer.
Morgan Park ---- ------ 1 2 Fenger
Morgan Park ---- ---- O Parker
Morgan Park ---- ---- 7 Calumet
Morgan Park ---- ---- 0 Phillips
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Top TOW44C8fV6f, Manager: Foster, Schroeder, Doerr, Lundstrom, Coach Peterson.
Bottom row---Boice. H. Dangremoncl. Klontz, Davis. G. Dangremond.
The Morgan Park heavies had a strong team during the season of '26f27. They
tied with Parker for the championship of the south section, but were defeated in all
three of the hard fought semifiinal games. Phillips, after beating Morgan Park in
an overtime game, forfeited to them. Captain Klontz and Davis thrilled the fans
with their accurate basket shooting. "Kenny" was high point man, with 207 points,
and "Tex" was a close second, with 162 points.
When Boice and "Herb" Dangremond graduated, their places were Filled by Brown
and Lundstrom, both of whom played a good game. Gerrit Dangremond at guard,
was one of the team's mainfstays. Schroeder and Doerr were valuable as substif
Morgan Park ---47 Bowen ........ l3 Morgan Park ---32 Bowen -- ---ll
Morgan Park ---42 Calumet -- ---16 Morgan Park ---49 Calumet --- ---10
Morgan Park ---l4 Parker .------- IS Morgan Park ---31 Parker --- ---12
Englewood --- -------- 23 Morgan Park --- ---ll
Phillips ---- ---27 Morgan Park --- ---Z4
Parker ---------- ---ZS Morgan Park --- ---l?
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Top row-Carver, Managerg Oury, Winsor, Morgan, Gunner, Scharnpel, Baker, Coach Peterson
Bottom row-O'Meara, Flagler, Hall, Friel, Clarke.
The 1926627 lightweight basketball team had a most successful season, losing only
one league game and one game in the semiffinals. They were nosed out by Tilden
for the south-central championship, and entered the finals.
Captain Hall played a stellar game until February graduation. Friel, the veteran
star center, then took up the job as acting captain, The two forwards, Flagler and
Clarke, played excellent basketfball all season, while Rathje and O'Meara held down
the guard positions very satisfactorily. Friel, with ninety points, was high point
man, Flagler was next with sixty-seven, while thirty-eight points scored put Clarke
in third place. Walker, Winsor, Gunsaulus, Schampel, Morgan, Gunner and Oury
were substitutes of ability.
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Park --ll Parker
Morgan Park ---44
Bowen -------- 18
Calumet ------- l 3
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Fenger -- ---26
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------12 Lindblom ---- ----ll
--26 Bowen --- --- ------- -------17
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Top Row-S, Shemaitis, Baker, Buram, Bee, Boylan, Mickelberry, T. Shemaitis, Laycock,
Middle Row---Stevens, Kline, Lee, Oury, Nicely, Kapple, Maysack.
Bottom Row4-Silver, Macfarlane, Dominick, Bingham, Winsor, Elling,
THE SWIMMING TEAM
Given impetus by the new swimming pool and Mr. Maysack's able coaching,
Morgan Park's swimming team has completed its first season in good form.
In the home meets during March and April Hyde Park defeated Morgan Park's
senior team 35 to 29 and the junior team 50 to 5. Morgan Park defeated Bowen's
senior team 76 to 8 and their junior team 34 to 21. Morgan Park's senior team
defeated Harrison's senior team 33 to 26, while their junior team defeated ours
31 to 19
The Hrst annual interclass swimming meet was held in November, the Sopho'
mores beating the juniors by only one point, 29 to 30. The Freshmen were third
with twenty points and the Seniors last with no points.
MORGAN PARK HIGH SCHOOL TANK RECORDS 19264927.
40 yard free style ......................................... Richard Bee
100 yard free style ...... ---Frank Macfarlane
40 yard breast stroke --.- ----.- C harles Kline
40 yard back stroke ---- ---William Laycock
40 yard free style ---- - ---Thomas Shernaitis
100 yard free style ---- ---. . ---Stanley Shemaitis
220 yard free style ---- ---Stanley Shemaitis
100 yard breast stroke--- ---Richard McEuen
60 yard back stroke--- ---- Thomas Shemaitis
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Top Row-Tipler, W. Brown, Klontz, Dangremond, Hohman, T. Shemaitis.
Middle Row-Baker, Gunsaulus,, Handbury, Friel, Carver, O'Meara, Johannson, Coach Peterson
Bottom Row-Doerr fCapt.j, R. Brown, Futcher, Bingham, Lombardi, Christie, S. Shemaitis,
The baseball team was greatly handicapped at the first of the season by the inf
juries that befell some of the best players. Later in the seas
their hard luck into a winning streak. Among the men who deserve special raise
on, however they turned
are O'Meara, catcher, G. Dangremond, first base, Friel at second, Captain Doerr at
third, and Tipler at short. Wesley Brown, Klontz and Baker performed well as out-
fielders. The pitching staff, consisting of Futcher, Hohman, T. Shemaitis and Carver
deserve a great deal of credit for their hard work and the good showin th t h ,
gs a t ey
made on the mound. The team was also benefited by the large number of excellent
substitutes. The following is the lineup:
P. T. Shemaitis
lst. G. Dangremond
3rd, Doerr, Captain
J. Morgan, Manager
S. S. Tipler
L. F. W. Brown
C. F. Klontz
R. F. Baker
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Top RowfBates, Kinney. Miss Gahl, Tollertun, Shemaitis, Crane.
Bottom Row-Geib, Tinsley. Baker, Davis.
THE GIRLS' EMBLEM CLUB
Martha Baker ............... ,... - - .,.. President
The Girls' Emblem Club, under the supervision of Miss Gahl, is completing its
d r having been organized in the fall of 1925. Membership in the club is
secon yea , X
limited to those who have earned a major emblem in girls' athletics in the school.
This year the club outlined the following activities for the girls of Empehi:
I. Interclass Basketball.
II, Interclass Baseball.
III. Interclass Swimming Meet.
IV. Tennis Tournament.
V. A series of tests dividing the girls into four groups according to their swim'
ming ability. Not until a girl has p
cap--the school color.
assed the last test is she entitled to wear a green
VI. A series of swimming events for points to be used toward gaining an athletic
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Top Row-Ebel, Kinney, Fleming, Crane, Leech, Cox, Miss Gahl.
Bottom Row- Ceib, Davis, Baker.
The seniors of Morgan Park hold the championship in interclass basketball.
On Monday, March 7, and Wednesday, March 9, the preliminaries for girls' inter'
class basketball were played. The seniorfjunior game resulted in a score of 23f4 in
favor of the seniors, while the "sophs" led the "freshies" 1842. In the final game
the seniors and s'sophs" tried for championship. It was an easy victory for the sen'
iors, the game ending with a score of 34f2.
Mary Jane Howard
Merle Davis fCaptainj
De Chantel Leech
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Left to Right-fRathje, Dare, Baker, Seniw, Brown, Clarke, Davisson, Tipler, Olsen, Faculty
GOLF AND TENNIS
Although tennis and golf are minor sports at Morgan Park, the excellent teams
that have represented the school in the last few years have increased the interest in
these sports. The fact that these teams participate in so many matches and tournaf
ments gives them a place in Morgan Park along with teams of major sports.
Mr. Olsen deserves credit for his conscientious work and his enthusiasm as the
faculty advisor of the teams.
Clarke, Davisson and Tipler, members of the strong '26 tennis team, were the
nucleus around which the '27 team was built. This trio of veterans, with the help
of Robert Brown, a dependable player, showed their class in the league matches and
in the Chicago and Illinois University tournaments. Clarke and Brown played singles
while Davisson and Tipler handled the doubles matches.
The '27 golf team under the leadership of Captain Dare had a very successful
season. Dare, school champion, displayed a brilliant brand of golf. Sinew, Rathje
and Baker played consistently all season. The team won laurels in the Illinois Uni'
versity interscholastic and city meets. Dare, Sinew, and Rathje were veterans, hav'
ing played on the '26 team.
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September 7. Opening Day. Hello, there,
Bill! When did you get back? Oh! pshaw,
Spanish doesn't come the seventh. Q
October 22. Speeches in Gym. An old-fash'
ioned rally in our newffashioned gym. Mr.
Maysack and some of our sturdy heroes of the
November 25. Alumni Game. Is he drowned?
No, he's up and wading back into the game.
The Alumni sank the High School with three
M E . ff? 51- .A - torpedoes in the shape of touchdowns. More 1 r
wil :N si - t mudfslinging than a political campaign. ' 2 ' i
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:H Egg Q 1 over. I don't think that teacher looked my -3.8
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...... A . ' " Gibbs' was a little better. :--
p January 1. Hall Guards. Where's your pass?
A ...-- -. You can't go upstairs this period. Down this p
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Good show at the Oriental. Eighty on the ab'
sence list. Draw your own conclusions-Mr.
February 18. Military Ball. Bashful youths
in "tuxes" and in uniforms made to fit for night.
Fair maidens in "formal" Our military ball.
April 26. Cleanup Campaign. Brooms and
mops forward. Careful with those soap suds.
Dutch Cleanser and Gold Dust Twins do the
May 20. Opera. Vasn't dot goot? Py golly,
dose b'ys un' girls make me tank dot Ah was
back in der Faderland. Och, 'ow dey coudt
June 1. "It pays to advertise" slogan made
famous by Hugh, now used for everything from
Opera to Cleanfup. Empehi has learned to ad'
June 23. Commencement. Remember, child,
loyalty always to Empehiwand I'll see the rest
of you in September.
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SEE YOURSELF AS OTHERS SEE YOU
Empehi has long felt the need for accurate
information concerning some of its promisf
ing young men and women. So "The Em'
pehi Snooze" chose an enterprising reporter
who after two walks about the corridors and
a good deal of "snooping", rushed back
with the following information, which has
been guarded as precious by the staff, who
realize its value. These slogans indicate the
true natures of the young people mentioned:
"Shy as a violet and just as sweet."
"Better late than never."
"A little nonsense now and then is rel'
ished by the best of men."
"She studies most of the day,
In the quietest kind of way,
When she's talking at all
M ,, ,Her voice is quiet, and small."
"Little dabs of powder, little dips of paint
tend to make the lady look like what she
ain't." Helen Bollenbach.
"A soft voice turneth away wrath."
"Giggle, giggle, te he, he."
"Who's that coming down the street,
Who's that looking so petite?"
"By the work, one knows the worker."
"He that hath knowledge spareth his
words." Lee Horton.
"NOZER" OF "THE SNOOZE."
WHAT I HAVE LEARNED IN FOUR
YEARS OF HIGH SCHOOL
Eighth period ends at 3:18.
The bell rings one and a half seconds
after the clock "clicks".
Half portion butter only costs one cent.
Miss Fuhrman is always right.
There is no elevator.
Freshmen don't always stay that way.
School is compulsory by law.
There is no Santa Claus.
A minus from a minus equals a plus ffor
some unfathomable reasonj.
AND A BLONDE FELL FOR THIS
Koneth Klenth, captain of Walter Hecker-
sall's All'Morgan Park biscuit'ball team, is re'
ported engaged to the beautiful blonde fby
which he proves he is a gentlemanj of 63rd
street. He 'has escaped her for years and
she is to be congratulated on her presever'
ance, while Keny is not to be blamed as he
must have slipped on the curves, and now
he is totally out of luck. He was high point
man on the M. P. H. S. hot-dogfeating team,
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having established a record of HM hot'
dogs and stomachache in one afternoon. His
hair is the color of brown papar after a hard
rain and his beauteous eyes, which have
been driving the girls wild fespecially when
he crosses themj, are the delicate shade of
blue, the blue of the Student Association
ink that is furnished free for a dollar a
semester. He is quite a roundfabout athlete,
playing on M. P. H. S. checkers and chess
team, was captain of Marble shooters, and
it was rumored that he played for keeps, but
tihis was thoroughly investigated and proved
ROUGH ON ROUGE
"Well, I guess I'm best," the powder said,
As he left the puff for the girlie's head.
"You're full of prunes," the lipstick cried,
As he deftly marked her source of pride.
"Say-Jwhat do you mean, you vain old
Do you stand in with her earrings?"
"I'll say you don't," did the red rouge
As he colored her cheeks till they were ma'
"Well, the earrings win," snapped the soap,
As he washed off the stuff, 'cause it wasn't
LOST AND FOUND
"We begin with the lost-who ever found
Lost: On the third step on the second
floor near the nrst entrance, one gum wrap'
per with some writing on the back. Finder
please don't read it because it's a letter from
Found: One gum wrapper on said step,
on said floor, at said entrance, but just my
luck, I can't read her writing.
'Hada Sub To-day," sez I.
"Yeh?" sez he.
'Yeh," sez I, "she was generally good."
'Generally good?" sez he.
'Yeh, not particularly," sez I.
'Why?" sez he.
"She didn't like anybody in the fourth
period class but Lark Duval. She likes him
because when he laughs so much of him
seems to be having a good time."
"Yeh?" sez he.
"Yeh, they have an awful lot in common,
I would say about 250 pounds."
"Yeh, one of the guys tried to pull a
sneaker and go out when the Hrst bell rang.
'Vou can't pull that stuff on me,' she sez,
'Do you think I was born this morning,'
'Well,' sez he, 'if you were, you sure ate a
big breakfastf "
Meel Teyers, one of M. P.'s record breaker
attendance students, has attained the height
of her glory. Reason is that on the Hrst
day of Spring, which fell this year on Feb'
ruary 16, Meel remained within the walls of
the educational institution for reasons even
unknown to herself.
LITTLE WOODFOLK FOOL LOUSEY
Folks, I'm going to tell you about Chicken
Little. Now, Chicken Little had just emerged
from the village barroom when a meteor
struck her on the dome. "Gee, Gosh Heck,"
she cried, "the sky is falling. I must do a
Paul Revere for all the little woodland folk."
So she ran up the road "be1lfhent" for
election. First she came to Elephant Pele-
phant. "Run like you never ran before,
Elephant Pelephant, the sky is falling." Next
she came to Skunky Dunkey. "Run like you
never ran before, Skunky Dunkey, the sky
is falling." ,
Next she came to Porcupine Orcupine.
"Run like you never ran before, P. O. The
sky is falling." So they all ran into Lousy
Ousey's den and he ate them. The joke
was on Lousy, after all, for the little wood'
land folk had run so far that they were all
tough and muscular, and he got indigestion.
BOYLAN AND NAY FLAG THE TRAIN
M. P. green or Irish green,
'Twas good to stop the rain,
And when called upon to do so,
Begorra, it stopped a train!
-Pant's Pocket Poems.
It was a dark, murky night, the precipita'
tion was precipitating, cars were skidding,
Morgan Park had lost both its first set of
semi'final games, yet many more calamities
were to come. On the Rock Island tracks
at Ashland was a wrecking crew doing its
wrecking, down the tracks came a B. E? O.
flyer heedless of the terrified honks of the
wounded automobile and-two sad youths
returning home after the game leaped from
their car to live up to an unheard-of emerf
Yes, sir, Boylan and Nay, taking in the
situation at a glance, rushed toward the on'
coming train, flagging it. With a screech of
brakes and an uproar from rudelyfawakened
passengers the Iron Horse rocked to a stand'
still ten feet from the Tin Lizzie. The pas'
sengers heaved a big sigh and ditto plus epi-
thets, turned over, and went back to sleep.
Despite the things the conductor and a
representative from Ottumwa, Iowa, were
saying to him, the engineer was smiling as
he climbed out of the cab. When he saw
Boylan leaning on Nay, he laughed outright.
"You're a hot sketch!" he said and laughed
Mr. Boylan looked pleased but puzzled, so
the engineer endeavored to explain: "Look
at what you waved at us."
Mr. Boylan looked. In his hands he held
his green M. P. sweater.
In the Spanish Class I sit
Looking at my manuscript:
What a mess it seems to be,
Bet two cents I'll get a "D",
I should have done it Sunday night,
But Gosh! It didn't seem quite right
To get my book and start to work,
'Twas much more fun to try and shirk.
So here I am, my theme's a mess,
My average mark will still be less,
But still I cannot help but say Q
'Twould be the same some other day.
GWEN ROBERT'S BLACK EYE
"Now, don't start telling us that you was
bending over when somebody opened the
door and you got hit in the eye." We were
interviewing "Gwen" Roberts and the black
"No," she comes back, just as quick, "No,
you see I was bending over when all of a
sudden I raised up and, O! gosh, I stuck my
chin in my eye."
"Why, you couldn't," sez us, "your chin
is below your eye." We had her there, no
"Well, you see, I was standing on a box
"Stop them detouring tactics," we sez,
" 'cause we're obstinate."
"Well, you see Iwas in the swimming
pool when one of the girls hollered, 'Hurry
up, slip on something and come in,' so I
slipped on the side of the pool and fell in,
and the water fbeing hard water, came up
and hit me in the eye."'
PARIS HAS NOTHING ON EMPEHI
A cable from Worth, Morgan Park, states
that wool socks draped artistically about the
ankles are much in vogue among the younger
A few Empehi Beau Brummels, notably
Frank Specht, Wallace Drueck and Wesley
Brown, were seen attired in the extremely
smart twoftoned corduroys lately affected by
one Mfr. Harold Teen.
St. Moritz comes to Empehi! Girls, have
you seen those perrfrffectly adorable Russian
boots that some of the M. P. extremists have
introduced into our dignified institution of
Bandannas in bright colors and startling
futuristic designs are the favorites of the
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masculine moderns, among whom Bob Black
and Sterling Warren are most prominent.
Latest reports from the center of fashion,
Empehi, state that bobbed hair is no longer
LOCKER STATISTICS ARE NOW
According to the statistics Empehi has
115 3 studentsg of these 480 are boys. This
makes 470 couples, as 10 have friends in
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N in style. Such famous fashion dictators as other schools or in offices. Of these 470 N
. 3 "Dale" TOHCITOH, "Pete" Davies, "Teel" couples, there are some fifty or sixty odd ,i
MCYCN. "Did" Crane and Ruth Wiswell "locker romances." For your amusement we ,
have decreed that the hair must be worn print a few of them below. For full benefit, 1
long. Get out the old hairpins, girls. try them out loud, or on the piano. 3'
MAKING A "DATE" Xgcilgrhllitgllgfliidkyghinamann
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this means, as The Most Wonderful Gir In Ga M S h ,jf i env' 3 3
' The World does not see the embarrassment. ..Lry wogman -Ifllg dd olgag' N
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1 i threatening at the same time. If She can TXQIXIDESY EV AIXGUD TIME
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' up. Then it remains to be seen whether you mir ig' must S' h.
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- to the point by talking about different things I ' 9 av P me uv munee and gen 1
is a good way to start off. Of course it a .Y Eanhtro eetuan gen sum mo' If 70' 3
always remains as to how conversational She a 465 lgpt LfndX ands'
is. Then the blushing starts, and how! You 7' effo ' mff m tfio dffve Q
feel about the size of a pin head. The Lady, ' ,, ,, ,, ,,
if she is used to this, may have some fun I , ,
with you or she may help things along. It d .en ldgeet glwf 1 Remember. that fha it
all depends. Much stammering is done and enlist wks me ee Cui dew wlthout me '
suddenly you snap into yourself and shoot so 1 Wac e over two t 3 car wich waz 3
out the question- what a relief! Then al, roles'rice an gott tha gerl frend and started
moi' a',fud12'1Y You find Youfself blushing iff' hot 1.52kfifietfell,.f'i2fml2f.."QZ.a?ii 'Sit i
again w en e answers. . +
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B X easier next time," is what you say to. your' shite? gkgzli' vicilali fin' mtg gerl lrendvflnd i
S, A self when you break away. It often is. go we,r bolgmd fork its Vrrfgzig R002 35,8
Ss' HN THE. RSPB OF TIER X and in a haf uv an our we'r thar. We dans -fy.
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say, did you hear the latest dirt? A. M., butt thet's uri ide uv a gud time.
Oh, please be careful, that little snip hurtg 45111425
Yes, some more off of that side, if you please, P S N . d h . . Jus Mc, if
Hold on a second, I'm going to sneeze. imaonae a egighlxrne t a mm an tha spelm' iff:
. .Did Youdsay I was through? Oh my, that's ielias 2b51vlM '
if goo g us e ,wi '
una I ought to be home, yes, really I should: ON HIGH SCHOOL DEBATING I'-
I'll stop by real soon with the money I owe, By Oljvg Tat-gn 71'
C. 'V Yes, of course I'll be in-if it doesn't snow." Ngah Webster gave 'a iight" as his first ,
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manly way to call your opponent all the
names you've saved for him since you and
he first met.
Unless a regular form is used in starting
a debate someones feelings are going to be
hurt and your cause will be lost before it IS
found When called upon by the chairman
to present your case you come to the front
of the room sculfing your feet fto xnsplre
confidence rn yourself, Reaching the front
turn and favor your audience with a slight
smile fthis is to belie the feeling that sud
denly rises within youj Clearing your
throat in as low a pitch as possible you be
in Mr Chairman fat this pomt it is
necessary to turn towards the chairman and
make a slight gesture as if introducing him
to the audxencel Honorable judges fface
the Judges arranging the hands in as care
less a manner as possible rn order to convey
the idea that you care nothing about the
outcome, Worthy opponents fthls is very
useful to the speaker because if he wins he
has g1ven himself a compliment and rf he
loses he has an excusej and fellow stu
dents CA benign smile IS appropriate for
conclusion, Having thus started you may
spend the first half of your time explaining
why I am here so you will be allowed to
remain When your colleague fhes your
partner and the only frlend you have left
when your opponents get throughj has fm
:shed his rebuttmg he w1ll invariably turn to
you with the whispered words Im afraid
I didnt make my pomt clear so dont for
get to make it strong when you get up
With all the responsibility of the negative
side which IS Resolved That the Subject
for debate need not necessarily be question
able you rise stagger to the front and and
thinking of this great task which has been put
upon your shoulders you manage to stutter
out a few words and return to your seat
badly shaken just before the judges
render the decision that you have lost as
they invariably do you will probably thmk
of a brilliant idea that would have won your
point but it is too late and your only con
solation hes in the fact that tomorrow you
will be allowed to rechne at ease and de
light ln the agony of other debators
I called on my girl at her apartment A
it was Eve thirty I was rather dubious as to
the proper procedure to awaken her The
early hour is explained by the fact that we
were going on a zoology trip with Miss Bab
coc A I had never been on a zoology
more appropriate--more romantic! What to
sing?-Oh, the "Spring Song." I promptly
burst into tune. I was inspiredg the sun
risingg the Erst breath of springg my heart
swelled within me. Indeed, when I reached
F I thought it would burst with emotion I
was singing to my love I was
Shut up' A head appeared in an upper
Boo ooo ooo s s s s s hissed another
Ah ha' I knew They were trying to
mtimidate m But I gave no ground for
a Van Slyck is not easily frightened
Hoo ooo ooo Hoo ooo' Someone was
imitating an owl
Oh I just can t tell you all the horrid things
they called me but undaunted I bravely
continued Welcome Sweet Springtime
in my best tremolo to show my heart felt
emotlon and then perhaps I could soothe
my rude tormentors with the power of my
Suddenly I felt something strike me with
violence from behind I turned and there
on the grass beside me was a heavy brogan
I bent to retrieve the article and as I was
Oh hh boys its just too terrible I slm
ply cant tell you the rest
Pupil Succumbs After Short Illness
In the last assembly Archie fthe report
ers pencil broke at this critical second and
he was unable to get the last namel suffered
an acute attack of sleepmg sickness With
rn a stupor Fellow classmates tried to re
vive him by means of a swift poke rn the
side but it was too late for he had already
choked to death on his Oh Boy Gum
SORROWS OF SKATING
Now you meet me at a quarter to eight
At Margie s house out by the gate
I bought new skates and Im going to try
To break all records or else just die
My mother said Id break my neck
But lf I do youll know by heck
I want my skates buried by my feet
So Ill skate to Heaven on a bumpless street
BETTER THAN A BED TIME STORY
Its Coldernell aint it kid? she mur
mured softly Cut out th am t and tell me
how yuh love me cumz bak Oliver Otter
He wuz wurred cauz whenever he wuz with
Polly thair common tempurachure was about
F I cood only skare her an make her
grab holt of me saxz Oliver For he wuz
W trip before I was very exuberant and was in nutz about Polly Pork u p1ne
A little later az they wur sitting on a log
one of my happy carefree moods I decided
Olrver maid a noiz like a snaik Polly ut
to awaken her with a song-what could be
Page one hundred forty three
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tered a skream, her hare slowly rose on end fountain pen. Call Bev. 8261 before Ihave
an' she grabbed aholt uv Oliver. a chance to lose trace of it.
- Neckfs day as Oliver wuz walkin' down Try my get'fat-quick tabletsg they can't fd
1 tha' street Peter holered at him, "Whutz tha fail.-Florence Beese. ' i Q
, mater with u, u luk like u had tryed the St. Miss Martha Baker, who had the mumps 1 1
Vitus while u wur shavin'-hah! hah! hah!f' this spring, announced it was the usual swell if " 6 IIE, :owthehell did I no she had hair like aifalir. L Q'
'iff s oo s." o et: Cice po 's. P d t' l l
I 'J l FIRE DRILL LAMBNT by use. Apply melfrllsers ololfsz Edflfedfzr y l
l The sun shone brightly on the school, advanced class. 1
The day was anyt ing but cool, , Try our latest book, The Science of Bluff- '
SQ ggmg lazy studgntg thgughg that they Ing and D1tCl1lng. An indispensable aid to X :A
Would celebrate a holiday. - thcise nat alsllred to join tlg HonoruSoci2:y. ' Y'
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Three gongs! A fire drill!'. Ah, that's fine, doggy? Wanteflhfgllm 8- ease ca ' as nder Il
1 T0 ,fat HWHY7 ,The VCU' time- The Empehi Snooze thinks it is entirely il
We l WHY Ouwde when HWY fefufn- fitting to offer the following advice to those
How true's- the saying "Live and learn." concerned. X I
"A false alarm," the teaiihel' Said, yogl- lunchltilrie to cdirlldldehfsitlfmljf arrange l
Igorlfhe lazy' cami, all holpe was dead- and save all that trouble aureus 1
as Hugger' . as to is empty seat' Fred, for goodness sake , t k f th 1,
' s,z2a:sz:'::.i:3a 'mrs ' TZ '
iss rt ur is str av ' 3
Cain Warver, our shooting star, has at passion for giving tests, we Zgfffxld hlreoto 3
last chosen the rifle team. The new men are suggest a three-period exam as something new l
Cain Warver, captain. 2. Kane Warver. and different. 1
3. Cane Warver, and 4. Caine Warver. We Mr. Airey, why come to sixth at all? '
are especially glad to see the newly elected We would hate to deprive you of any of ll
captain in that place because of his athletic your lunch period. if
, record. Lost, strayed or stolen: 1 pair of grey Wg
It has been murmured that Cain was biased suspenders. A bit well worn. Color blue. W
3 in his choice. Although it is true these men No reward-not worth it. ,M
1 are all very close friends of the manager, I - Dan Rittenhouse. 'l
3 am sure they are all good. Mr. Warver, at One wishing to be tutored in teacherology 1
4 least, says so. should apply to Ted Colgren. Extra charges ,
, LUNCH DIRGE for being taught "that most disdainful air" 2
glow, one more minuge, andsthen vie go, so needed in successful teaching. 5
1 es, on a minute, ut gos l it's sow:
, I ate a big breakfast, an awful bunch, Th go A BOOK LQVER X
- But I'm here to tell you, I want my lunch to ygu algoogooggoigeiigfe thlbolzloofiilolder l
1 ADS AND PERSONALS when 'you grow up you willgknowriwllhdt f
. Don't shiver through the winter! Use alimony means.
. N3Y'! and B0Yl3l'1'9 Hot Alf SYSYUU- For If for pleasure you would look If
K particulars call Waldorif 1111 or Gorman See the girl-forget the book
' 2222. ' S 5 '
SIL. C Trybeuour porkfandfbeans- in lots.-H. Exercisek is good fizr allf ll Q13
, amp . - oets i e me got ots o ga . L
' Taxi! Taxi! Call Beverly 9076, Dedc , 'J
-A Tonemm' Prop. 8 bath every morlrung I-L
1, I - . r one every mg t ..-
. igtbgzglzl-gating ass cage' mu goes Is hafiighton the soap and too much of a . ,U :- '
Im sorry! Please come back.-Helen. lf as wealth ld k 523552
Wanted:-One school dress. I need this ' Y you Won ran M y
badlylgs my other one is worn out'-Flor' Dont buy a Ford that you have to cranlr.
ence ns- B dt' z ' , ll b Col d G' .
The latest thing for that curly hair-Bette Brordcalslicfb,5l:uE?Uf1cleaJllrlf1ll' Dagdaoger gens. '
Boyesen's Hair Curler-sold in bottles. P, M, . ,541-
S Be tall. men! Appear imposing--Fred Speak softly. Gain than quiet, cultured We
'7 VO!! Btrnrr- drawl. For information see 'H'
"',,-R' Wire money, quick!-Bud Mickelberry. E, Canavan. K-.
6' ' To whom it may concorn: Try our hah-.bleach 3,5
' 1 I, Lee Horton, have recently found your 0133 Massjasi
of Page one hundred forty-four RQ,
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BUSINESS MEN OF MORGAN PARK:
If you have room for a bright beginning stenographer in your oliice, now is the time
to select one from the largest and most promising class which has ever been graduated
from the High School-three fourfyear, twenty-six twofyear stenographic graduates.
Get in touch with one shown on pages 55 to 60, or communicate with Mr. Calkins
of the high school. fAfter school closes he may be reached at 7656 Aberdeen St.,
phone Triangle 5075.j Help out the girls in YOUR OWN community, and at the
same time get a REAL acquisition to your oilice force.
CAMP MILLHURST-ON THE FOX
CAMP MILLHURST, Plano, Illinois
Fon GIRLS FROM 12 to zo
BOARD 510.00 GIRL RESERVE DEPARTMENT Camp Season
CARFARE 52.85 59 E. MONROE JUNE 27 to SEPT. 14
Page one hundred foftysix
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SET FOR COLLEGE' Now oN. rm some TO l
COON COAT, UKE 'WDA CONQUER THE Business
sm mom we worm AND we qor TO
LY'r1'oN c.ou.sqE silo? BE DRESSED RIGHT! g
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College Styles for High School '6Gracls"
in the lsytton College Shop
N CAMPUS or in business the right start is the big
thing for the high school graduate. Clothes from the Lytton
College Shop will more than do their part. And our great vol-
ume of business permits noteworthy economies and lower prices.
Henry Clyfton 8 Sons
Broadway and Fifth-Gary Orrington and Church-Evanston
State and Jackson-Chicago
Page one hundred fortyfseve
THE BIRCHES TEA ROOM
Courteously Served in an Atmosphere of Refinement
Telephone Beverly 5 226 2007 West 111th Street
C h i c a g o
Donald Birch Louise T. Birch
We also operate Walmar Lodge, Kilbourn, Wis., a quiet and restful resort in the
heart of the Wisconsin Dells. Write for literature.
Telephone Beverly 2152
Telephone Beverly 3826
1538 West 107th Street
Corner Prospect Ave.
Phones Beverly 4021-4022
ELMER E. EULTZ
Grocery and Market y
1824 W. l03rCl Street Chicago, Illinois
KISIQXDDON REALTY CO.
For Best Values
MORGAN PARK AND BEVERLY HOMES AND VACANT
Fire, Tornado and Automobile Insurance
FIRST MORTGAGE LOANS
11047 Hale Avenue Opp. Morgan Park Depot. Phone Beverly 7646
Page one hundred fortyeiglit
PARTINGTON E5 NEWHALL, Inc.
We Set the Pace for:
ICE CREAM SCDAS AND SUNDAES
MALTED MILKS qnouble Rigby
Our Address: Opposite the Depot
Our Slogan: "Not on any corner, always on the square"
Oldest Drug Firm on the Ridge
1104951 HALE AVENUE CHICAGO, ILLINOIS
Phones Beverly 4238, 4239, 0973
Page one hundred forty'-nin
RIDGE FUEL Es? SUPPLY COMPANY
'Clean as the Sun? Hear'
The Best of All Kinds of Fuel
Phones: Beverly 8205 and 8206 95th and Charles Streets
SAMUEL BURNS WILLIAM BURNS
5511 Carpenter St. 10615 Prospect Ave.
SAMUEL BURNS SON
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
BUILDERS INSURANCE SALES
5540 S. Halsted Street 7658 S. Halsted Street
Normal 3139 Stewart 4142
Associates: Frederick C. Nohrg Axel Lagerborgg john Hastingsg Don M. Manley
"Printing That Talks"
C. E. COLLINS PRINTING CQ.
Phone Beverly 5 75 1 CHICAGO 11033 Hale Ave
Page one hundred fifty
NIEBURGER CHEVRQLET CO.
7742f4f6f8 STONY ISLAND AVE.
Telephones South Shore 8796. 8797, 8798
Home Phone Beverly 329l
SEDAN 3750.00 TOURING 5580.00
D livcred Chicago Delivered Chicag,
CASH OR TERMS
OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS
Used Cars Taken in Trade
THE STUDENT ASSGCIATION
IT STANDS FOR CUOPERATION
OF THE FACULTY AND
P ge one hun
Compliments of A
Richee E99 Leiser, Inc.
REAL ESTATE BUILDERS
lv 3:33 1902 Monterey Ave
CALUMET TRUST E5 SAVINGS BANK
LONGWOOD DRIVE at 111th STREET
Twentyftwo Years of Successful Banking on the Ridge
P g one hundred fiftyftwo
Purpose---A summer of outdoor life-non-milif
tary. Opportunity to make up scholastic work
Sports-Boating, Hshing, canoeing, swimming,
golf, woodcraft, etc.
Location'-Camp Traverse Reservation of 80
acres, with 12fmile shoreline on Spider Lake,
near Traverse City, Michigan.
For information address
COL. H. D. ABELLS, Supt., Box C
Morgan Park Military Academy
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In All Its Branches
6250 PRINCETON AVENUE
Phone Wentworth 45 44
We Specialize in High School Papers,
Annuals, Hand Books
Let Us Estimate on 'Your Publications
Business Phones Vin. 6061, Stewart 6487
Oflice a ,
3 blocks east of Halsted St. on
C. R. L. GP. R. R.
nd Yard S524 Vincennes Ave.
BP Amber Eanthnrne
Cliormerly The Ridge Delicatessenj
1850 West 1o3rd Street
Tel. Beverly 3672
Luncheon Cakes Pies Salads
Dinner served in Tea Room
Evenings 5:4s to 7:30
Sundays 12:30 to 2:30
Reservations may be made for Banquets,
Luncheons and Afternoon Parties.
Page one hundred fftyfthree
To Protect food is to Protect Life
is all important. The pres-
ervation of foods is the biggest
problem of the housewife.
is solving this problem in thousands of
the better class homes today.
Keeps foods better by supplying a dry cold.
Makes convenient ice cubes for table use.
Freezes delicious desserts of many kinds.
Arrange for free trial today.
Call Randolph 1200, Local 155
72 W. Adams St.-and Branches
Placed in your home on free trial.
Installed and guaranteed by your
own electric light company.
Attaches to regular lighting
circuit. No water connection.
Economical to operate.
Sold on the lowest of terms,
and reasonably priced.
A. A. GRAY Ei CO.
133 West Washington Boulevard
A. A. Gray
G. W. Gray
A. R. Duval
A. P. Sirois
A Schampel QM.P.I'l.S., 19231
Page one hundred jiftyffour
ALBERT T. BACGN as oo.
Certijed Public Accountants
208 South LaSalle Street
HARRY W. THAYER
134 South LaSalle Street
Telephone Main 5100 Res. Telephone Beverly 05 68
GEO. W. MCGULLAGH
PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING
Established 25 Years 1917 Monterey Ave
Phone Beverly 0735
' Headquarters for Keclsl'
DRY GOODS, sHoEs, FURNISHINGS
Phone Beverly 8296 1023466 Vincennes Avenue
"ZS 'Years of Honest Service"
We Dress All Our Own Poultry
MORGAN PARK CASH MEAT MARKET
O. J. Kordewick, Prop.
Where 'You Get the Most of the Best for the Least Money
Tel. Beverly 2561 1947 Monterey Ave.
1952 Monterey Ave. Morgan Park
The Best Equipped, Most Modern and Finest Drug Store on the Ridge
REAL SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE
H. A. Launspach, Prop.
THE SUBURBAN STAR
Covering the Morgan Park, Beverly Hills and Washington Heights District
Subscription Price-81.50 per year
Phone Beverly 0887 11108 Longwood Drive
To Promote Health and Happiness Eat
You are assured of the best at
RELIABLE GROCERIES AND MEATS
All Phones Beverly 0305
Page one hundred jiftyfsix
1831 West 103rd Street
V W M- -.V ' " 'iw' -
Studio open Sundays with Elevator Service -Plume Central 2719
Special Rates tu the Families uf ivlorgan Park Students
litli Carrick Building 64 Vfest Randolph Street CHICAGO
Page one iiumired jij'ty'.ve1'en
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Phone Harrison 4925
714 South Dearborn Street
GEO. H. BILLINGS
2119 West 107th Place
Telephone Beverly 0874
Quality, Service, and Right Prices
RIDGE FRUIT AND
Fresh Fruits and
Free Delivery Along the Ridge
Phone Beverly 75 23
11057 Hale Avenue
Morgan Park, Illinois
HCYT and SAUER
Page one hundred fifty-eight
Drugs of .Quality I
Longwood Drive at 111th St.
Phone Beverly 4184
Try Our Delicious
Sodas and Sundaes
Come to the drug store where you always
get quality merchandise and prompt and
The House of
WRIGHT 65 STREET
CLASS PINS, CLASS RINGS, FRATERNITY AND
SORCRITY JEWELRY, MEDALS, BADGES, BELTS,
AND CLUB EMBLEMS
223f25f27 West 62nd Street
Chicago, Illinois I
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VAPOR, STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING
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1031 5 Prospect Avenue
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HLOXVEST TRUCKING COST
GN CITY RCUTESN
Piiqu unc hxmdfed xixty
RINK a tall, cool glass of Bowman's
O Milk next time you're thirsty. You'll
Q love it's sweet, delicious flavor.
i ID l WMAN
'Y ID DAIRY COMPANY
B. VAN DER MEER E5 SONS CO., Inc.
WOODSCINDERS I FLOUR-HAY
CHARCOAL l GRAINiFEED
403 WEST 103rCl STREET
Vv7l1y Buy New Clothes
When you carl have your old clothes made like new
by taking them to an experienced cleaner and dyer
E E R N W 0 0 D
CLEANERS AND DYERS
All Wor'lq Called for and Delivered
Phone Beverly 5475 Chicago, Ill
Plant: 101 16f18 Parnell Avenue
Page one hundred sixty'
35500 FOR THE SOLUTION O
x Equals our merchandise.
our pride of the values.
unusual smart styles.
1300 congenial customers
13,500 indifferent neighbors.
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MERRIMAN Ee? RHODES
Dry Goods Specialists
11035 Hale Ave.
TO THE FACULTY' -
OUR FELLOVJ STUDENTS TOO.
WE HOPE YOU XVONT
FORGET US SOON
OF SEELEY AVENUE.
From ilie "Gang"
Most Glorious ,
This summer's outing via the
"Road of Unusual Service"-
C ljf .
Three vacations in one--inc1ud-
ing Pikes Peak, Royal Gorge by
daylight, Salt Lake City, Ameri-
can River Canyon, the Golden
Strand ofthe Pacific, Cari-iso
Gorge, the Apache Trail country.
One Low Round-Trip Fare
Another Rock Island Vacation
Special is a series of delightfully
restful Colorado tours-planned
in advance to suit all tastes and
Famous trains-Golden State
Limited, Rocky Mountain Lim-
ited and others-to serve you.
Mail the coupon for details
Rock Island Vacation Travel Service Bureau
788A La Salle St. Station, Chicago. Ill.
end me frce literature on l:lColorado. K1Ye11owstone, ECw1i
fornia lcheck book or books clesiredl, also complete informa
tion regarding fares, stop-overs, etc. I am interested in y r
All-Expense Colorado Tours -.lPers0nally Conducted, Clbo
as you please
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Address A Y -YV 4 N Un
EMPEHFS HONOR SOCIETY
AN ARISTOORAOY OF BRAINS!
A. Average of 85 in four majors.
B. Four points to be awarded as follows:
Cal One point for each 90 or above.
fbj Membership in a highfpoint division.
2. Organized activity.
fa, Athletics, room officers, officers of clubs, etc.
3. Special points.
fa, School representatives in art, literature, dramatics.
Kal One point for perfect attendance-no absence or tardi'
A home is truly beautiful when it reflects the individuality of the owner, and
when there is a consistent adherence to one motif. Each one is distinctive. The
satisfaction of my patrons is a tribute to the thoroughness and temperament of
my work. You will find my moderate charges are amply repaid in the beauty
created for your home.
Distinctive Lamps f Shades f Small
Furniture and Novelties at the Studio
Page one hundred sixty-thre
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
LOANS AND INSURANCE
SPEOIALIZING IN MORGAN PARK
BEVERLY HILLS PROPERTIES
BRADLEY EG? HOFFMAN
PHONE BEVERLY 8434 1902 MONTEREY AVE.
RAMSPERGER E5 LARSON, Inc.
Makers of Fine Furs
105 East 55th Street
Englewood 45 26f45 27 Chicago
Page one hundred sixtyffouf
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john J. Pulleyn, of New York, President of one of the largest Industrial Savf
ings Banks in the United States, suggests the following as five important steps
to material prosperity:
l. Spend less than you take in-and put the difference into
a cash reserve account against emergencies.
2. Provide for life insurance.
3. Take care of your health through recreation with a spe-
cial fund set aside each year.
4. When you have a surplus to invest, do it through an
expert investment banker.
5'. Make a connection with a reliable commercial bank or
trust company before you start a business of your own.
It would be a pleasure if the facilities of this strong Bank and Trust Com-
pany could be made to assist, as outlined above, any young man or woman of
the Morgan Park High School who may be starting out in business.
PEOPLES STOCK YARDS STATE BANK
H. C. Laycock, President
47th Street and Ashland Avenue
An Authorized Trust Company
Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profts Over 31,500,000
Page one hundred sixty-five
X CXHHVQ you
fx ever tasted
J Sausage ?
M ee A e J H
0'fW1rm-pure pork Sausage
,, C C 919' CMP' lnoeqlferh
W. A. BLACK COMPANY
Railroad and Property Grading
165 W. WACKER DRIVE
W. A. BLACK j. H. AIREY
P ident 'T
E. J. BINGHAM
THE VALUE OF MILITARY TRAINING
The main purpose of the training received in the R. O. T. C. is to
give a boy a sound body, a trained mind, and good morals. Its ulti-
mate aim is not merely to develop trained ofhcers, but primarily to
develop patriotic, physically sound, wellfdisciplined citizens. Military
Training makes for better and more efficient citizens because of its
emphasis on such qualities as honesty, justice, and faithfulness to duty.
Boys, take the opportunity afforded you to join the Reserve Off
ficers' Training Corps.
A. B. GCDLDWASSER
A complete line of School Supplies
less than two blocks from the building
Boys' and girls' furnishings
the last wofrcl in novelties
Page one hundred sixtvf
H. W. ELMORE E5 CO.
Real Estate Investments
PAID IN CAPITAL S500,000
348 National Life Bldg., 29 So. LaSalle St., Chicago
Phone State 4640, All Departments
The Chicago Association of Commerce
Cook County Real Estate Board
Chicago Real Estate Board
H. W. ELMORE, Pres. Ei Treas. DIRECTORS
F. H. WAHR, Vice-Pres. F. H. WAHR GEORGE KURFESS
GEORGE KURFESS, VicefPres. ROY MASSENA JOHN P. DERNING
JOSEPH WEBER, Secy. JOSEPH WEBER W. A. CARROLL
JOHN P. DERNING, Asst. Secy. H. W. ELMORE
W. A. CARROLL, Mgr. Bond Dept.
Clticago's Largest Real Estate Organization made up of men only, all of
whom are registered in the Department of Education and Registration
JOHN J. QUAST G. H. QUAST
RIDGE GROCERY AND MARKET
Quast Bros., Proprietors
Phones Beverly 4120f4220f4221 1744 West 99th Street
ALEXANDER C. BIEDERMAN
Asst. Agency Manager
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
Room 1230 Burnham Bldg. f LaSalle and Randolph Sts.
Phone State 1261 Chicago
Page one hundred sixtyeciglit
HAROLD A. DEADMAN
Sth Floor Continental and Commercial Bank Building
208 South La Salle Street
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK
Americas oldest ima strongest Life company
Issuing Policies to Men, Women and Children, ages 10 to 70,
on the following plans: g
Income Partnership CofOperative Endowment Surety Bank
Term Limited Payment and Ordinary Life
Single Premium and Annuities
An Insurance Record Book Mailed Upon Request
HAROLD A. DEADMAN SYSTEM, Inc.
General Insurance Brokers
Underwriting Household and Mercantile, Fire, Plate Glass, Residence and Open Stock
Buyers, Workmen's Compensation and General Liability, Health and Accident, Auto'
mobileg Household Inventory Record Book mailed upon request.
Local Oflice: 1075 9 Church St., Morgan Park Beverly 0610
Page one hundred sixtyfnine
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DO YOUR SHOES NEED ATTENTION?
Don't Wait Too Long-Bring Them In
Consolidated Shoe Repair Shop and Shoe Shine Parlor
DENNY SANTONI, Prop.
9505 South Wood Street Chicago, Ill.
1740 West 99th Street
Telephone Lafayette 6060
A. F. COLCREN CO., Inc.
CUT STONE CONTRACTORS
3430 to 3436 West 38th Street Chicago, Illinois
A Clearing House Bank
BEVERLY STATE SAVINGS BANK
Resources over SS1,200,000.00
103rd and Loomis Streets Telephones Beverly 4600fl'2
Page one hundred seventy
MORGAN PARK HIGH SCHOUL
The best meals at lowest prices
BUY REAL ESTATE-
KEEP IT AND IT
WILL KEEP YOU
Millard A. Wm. Ch
RAUHQFF E99 HAKE
Loans - Renting - Inswrance
547 Western Avenue, Blue Island, Ill.
To Bring Your Ship in Safely
or a Sail
We hope that the readers of the "Year Book" will be
interested in the illustration we have furnished with this
advertisement. Qur purpose is to convey to you the idea
that saving money can be made easy and attractive.
There is no greater thrill in sailing than there is in saving
when once you are smoothly on the way.
The start can easily be made by mailing 51.00 or more
to this bank and request that a savings book be sent you.
All future deposits can be made by mail. After 35100.00
has been saved the amount can be invested at 6 per cent
interest through our Bond Department. We assist our
depositors in every Way to success.
You can establish credit in any store if you have an
account in this bank. Merely give the name of the bank
as a "reference"
The Banlgingfbyfhflail Department
MID fCITY TRUST E99 SAVINGS BANK
MADISON EG? HALSTED STREETS CHICAGO
P one hundred sevent h
Ury a Bank Book
Page one hundred seuentyffowr
MANY ANNUALS PRINTED
BY D F KELLER E99 CO
HAVE WGN PRIZE
There must be a reason
T has been a Pleasure to cooperate
with the staff in the Production
of this book.
To the staff, the graduates, and
student body we Wish much success
along the road ahead.
D F KELLER E5 C0
, Printers C93 Designers
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