Morgan Park High School - Empehi Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1939
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To the many students of Morgan Park High School who have learned to admire
and esteem her, Mrs. Cella is the personitication ot patience, loyalty, cheerful
helpfulness, sincerity, and good humor. For three years she has been Senior I
Class Adviser and tor the past tour years has worked untiringly with the
Annual and Business Statt. In appreciation of the many hours she has given
we affectionately but without permission, dedicate this volume to her.
his, ihe i939 EMPEHI, has iried ia
mirror the events ai the past year in ari
informal Way qivina the siuderiis a pic-
ture of everyday life ai hiqh school. H
ihis book will bririq back fond memories
af 1938 and '39 iis siaii will ieei amply
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"THE CRITICAL PERIOD"
ohn Fiske, the historian, Wrote a very significant book on, "The
Critical Period of American History." This message is directed
to a consideration of a most important period in the lives of
young people of our high school.
I Wish l might impress upon our young folk the great im-
portance to their future of their years in high school. In a very
real sense, this period is the most important time tn your lives.
Thomas Carlyle once said, "Our clocks strike when there is a
change from hour to hourg but no hammer in the horologue of
Time peals through the Universe when there is a change from
era to era. Men understand not what is in their own hands. As
calmness is the characteristic of strength, so the Weightiest
cause may be the most silent."
Every high school student understands perfectly clearly
what is meant by the ringing of the bells around Empehi. But
how many have any conception of what is going on in their
own lives? What about companionships which are anything
but helpful and uplifting? What about ditching school, flouting
traditions which the experience of time has regarded as being
worthy and in all respects commendabley the formation of
habits and attitudes which are harmful and inimical to success-
ful living? These are the great, silent forces in high school
which are surely sowing the seeds of failure in the years that
lie ahead. Their oppositefwholesome friendships, the habit of
hard work, co-operation, and right living are likewise silent
influences but they are of tremendous potency. These are the
traits which spell success. Let us all be sure we are building
our lives in such a way now that there may be no question
about the future.
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T. GEORGE G. LORENTZ
t requires a rare combination ot abilities to hold the position ot Assis-
tant Principal dealing with discipline ot Various degrees of intensity
while at the same time showing an inspiration and leadership to the
entire student body. Captain Lorentz has completed his twentieth year
at Morgan Park High School. This man, with the humorous twinkle in
his eye, shows a keen interest in all the student activities. His cheer
leading, at which any pep meeting would he incomplete, has inspired
our tearns on to Victory. ln his popularity with Ernpehites he has no
peer. lt is truly said that around his character the Morgan Park spirit
itseli is torniol.
Eston V. Tubbs
George G. Lorentz
Robert C. Antonides
Lucy E. Babcock
Bessie B. Bell
Genevieve M. Brook
Harriet S. Brown
William B. Calkins
Anna I. Callahan
Dorothy H. Cella
Mildred I. Collins
M. Meroe Conlan
Loretto R. Delahunt
Sgt. V. A. Dennison
lrene R. Dobski
Laura E. Dole
Charles Q. Drummond
Mary Ellen Dwyer
I. Athena Fischer
Iane M. Gahl
A. Royall Gay
George T. Grashoff
Helen E. Greenfield
Lewis L. Hall
Guy D. Hartle
May B. Hartle
Anna F. Healy
Harriet A. Hecht
Evangeline B. Hibbard
Mary F. Holland
Edna B. Hotchkiss
Marie E. Hoyler
Ann R. Hughes
M. Katherine Iordan
Edmund T. Hyzy
Beulah L. Kemp
lrma S. Kimmel
Rosalie C. Kurz
Elsie R. Larson
Marshall I. Lipman
Mary G. Livingston
Frances W. Malloy
Iosephine T. Mangan
Duncan L McGregor
Celia E. Merry
Edward I. Meyers
BERTHA MILLER, Retired
Lillian S. Morris
Mary G. Nealon
Mary E. Nelson
Ethel R. O'Connor
Daniel I. O'Neill
Cora E. Petty
Robert P. Russell
Kathryn H. Sands
Ruth E. Schachtlie
Ruth E. Schmidt
Viola S. Soderstrom
Iohn R. Specht
Head Teacher, Branch
H. N. Taylor
Mary E. Thompson
Bessie H. Weber
Mabel M. Wilson
Emma B. Woodfield
Lunch Room Manager
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THE FEBRUARY CLASS OF'39
mpehi's loss in the class of February '39 was the world's gain, for that group
combined intelligence and personality.
All class business was managed by an efficient quartette of officers and
Well-chosen committee chairman. Presiding was Ted Brashler assisted by lane
van Gorkom, vice-president. Efficiently acting as class secretary was Henri-
etta Fisher and balancing the budget was Iames Stiggleman, treasurer.
The prom Was held in the Grand Ballroom of the Medinah Club with Carl
Schreiber's orchestra providing the music. The success of the prom was due
to the Work of Virginia Nichols and her committee.
The class play under Robert von Behren presented their version of "Cinder-
ella" at an assembly the Wednesday before graduation. A modernized
Cinderella presented many entertaining moments.
Under lane van Gorkom the social committee gave a banquet at Mickle-
berry's instead of the customary social. Those who attended enjoyed the
evening of companionship and entertainment.
The Gift committee headed by Thelma Donop started a fund to provide
new curtains for the auditorium. It was hoped that the forthcoming classes and
various clubs of the school would add to this fund and make their ideal a
When the seniors received their diplomas and turned to face the world
and accept responsibilities, they were sure the memories of the days spent at
Empehi were never to be forgotten.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, French Club
3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, Room Officer 3.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, French
Club 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, Botany Club 3, Dancing
Club 2, 3, Room Officer 3, 4.
Vanderpoel M. P. I. C.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Latin
Club 3, 4.
Sutherland M. P. I. C.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Photo Staff 4,
Girls' Glee Club 2, V. E. S. B. 4.
Fort Dearborn Wilson
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club
3, 4, Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4, 4B Class Sec'y, 4A Class
Pres., Golf 3, 4, Tennis 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Band
2, 3, 4.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Salesmanship Club 3, 4, Com-
mercial Club 3, 4.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, R. O. T. C, l, 2, 3, 4, Non Comm.
Club 3, Dramatic Club 4, Athletic Guard 3, Baseball 4.
Vanderpoel M. P. I. C.
Ruby Lee Brubaker
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Room Officer 4, Student Council 4,
Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, A Capella 3, 4, Senior Council 4.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Room Officer
l, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 4.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Spanish Club
2, 3, 4, Botany Club 3, 4, Sec'y 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4,
A Capella 4, Town Meeting 4, Pres. 4, fr. Band 2.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, Orchestra l, 2,
3, 4, Pres. 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Board of Control 4.
Barnard American Conserv. of Music
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Room Officer l, Fashions of the
f--W. Hour 4, Dramatic Club 4, Zoology Club 4, Botany Club 4.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Student Council 2, Business Staff
4, Annual Staff 2, 3, 4, Empehi News 3, Room Officer l,
2, 3, lunior Class Sec'y, Fashions of the Hour 4.
Barnard St. Lukes Hospital
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Sales-
manship Club 3, 4, Room Officer l.
Barnard Bryant and Stratton
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Boom Oiiicer 2.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Captain 47
Baseball 3, 47 Athletic Comm. 47 Track 37 Emblem
Club 3, 4.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Bowling Club 47 Zoology Club 37
Wrestling 47 Golf 47 Intramural Sports 4.
S. A.: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 47 Swimming l,
2, 3, 47 Boom Officer 37 intramural Volleyball 37 Basket-
ball 3j lazz Orchestra 3, 47 A Capella 37 Dramatic Club
2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3.
Mary Iane Case
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon 3, 47 Dramatic Club
3, 47 A Capella 37 Botany Club 37 Girls' Glee Club 3, 4.
Fort Dearborn lndiana
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Spanish Club 3, 47 Boom Oiticer 37
Girls' Glee Club 3, 47 Student Council 37 A Capella 47
Senior Council 4.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon 3, 47 French Club 47
Botany Club 3, 4, Treas. 47 Zoology Club 47 Student
Council 47 Dancing Club 2, 3, 47 lnterclass Council 47
Dancing Club 2, 3, 4.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon Z, 3, 47 Zoology Club
2, 3, 47 Dramatic Club 3, 47 Girls' Glee Club 3, 47 A
Capella 3, 47 Spanish Club 2, 3, 47 French Club 4.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Stamp and Coin Club 2, Business
Bep, 3, 47 Senior Council 4.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Dancing Club l, 2, 37 Stamp
and Coin Club 2, 37 Salesmanship Club 2, 37 Room
Officer l, 2.
S. A.7 Salesmanship Club 27 Room Oiiicer 4.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Boom Officer l7 Commercial
Club l7 Dancing Club l.
St. Margaret Chicago
S. A.7 A. Y. L, 3, 47 Zoology Club 47 Spanish Club 2,
3, 47 Botany Club 3, 47 Room Officer 3, 47 Dancing Club
3, 47 Vice-Pres. 47 Intramural Basketball l, Z, 3, 47 Intra-
mural Volleyball 2, 3, 47 Dramatic Club 4.
Fort Dearborn Northwestern
S. A.7 Tau Epsilon 3, 47 Zoology Club 2, 3, 47 Spanish
Club 3, 47 Fashions of the Hour 3, 4, Treas. 47 Annual
Staff 2, 3, 47 Business Staff 2, 3, Auditor 37 Dramatic
Club 37 Senior Council 4.
Senior Council 4.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 4.
2, 37 Intramural Swimming 3.
4A Class Sec'y.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 47 Zoology
Club 2, 3, 47 Botany Club 3, 47 Dramatic Club 47 Fashions
of the Hour 3, 47 French Club 37 V. E. S. B. 4, Sec'y 4.
Fort Dearborn Undecided
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Ouilpen 3, 47 Zoology Club 3, 4.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 R. O. T. C, l, 2, 3, 47 Orchestra
l, 2, 3, 47 Non-Com. Club 3, 47 Room Officer 2, 3.
Fort Dearborn Chicago
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Room Officer l, 27 Student Council
t7 Ouilpen 3, 4, Treas. 37 News Staff 3, 47 Zooloqy
Club 2, 3, 47 Dramatic Club 47 Ouill and Scroll 47
French Club 4.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Concert Band 2, 3, 47 Latin Club
37 Ouilpen Club 37 Orchestra l, 2, 3.
Clissold De Pauw
S. A., 2nd Vice-Pres. 47 Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 37
Basketball 2, 37 Emblem Club 2, 3, 47 Band l, 2, 3, 47
Cheerleader 2, 37 Iunior Class Pres.7 Sophomore Class
Treas.7 Social Committee 4,
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Concert Band l, 2, 3, 47 Orchestra
l 2 3- Soanish Club 2 3 4' Zoology Club 2 3 4
Paqe Seventeen S. A.: A, Y. L. 3, 4.
Clissold Beauty College
S. A.7 Room Officer 3, 47 Fashions of the Hour 3, 47
S. A.7 Tau Epsilon 3, 47 Room Officer l, 27 News
Staff 3, 4, Art Editor 37 Zoology Club 2.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Room Officer 27 Sophomore Class
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Zooloqy Club 2, 3, 47 Latin Club
S, A., Branch Treas. l7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon l,
2, 3, 47 Room Officer l, 2, 3, 47 Fashions of the Hour 3'
Mt. Greenwood Undecided
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S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 Tau Epsilon 2, 35 Promotion
Committee 2, 35 R. O. T. C. l, 2, 3, 45 Non-Comm. Club
2, 35 Usher Force 2, 35 Boom Officer l, 2, 3.
S. A.5 Tau Epsilon 35 Promotion Committee 4: Quilpen
45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Zoology Club 4, 2nd Vice-Pres.
45 Business Staff l, 2, 3, 4, Circulation Mgr. 45 Annual
Staff l, 2, 3, 4.
S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 R. O. T. C. 3, 45 Photo Staff 3.
S. A.5 Room Officer 35 Football 35 Student Court 4.
Vanderpoel Washington and Lee
S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 Tau Epsilon 3, 45 Room Officer l,
2, 3, 45 Commercial Club 3, 4.
Vanderpoel Evangelical Hospital
S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 Tau Epsilon 3, 45 Fencing Club 45
Fashions of the Hour 35 Room Officer 3.
Glee Club 35 Student Council l.
S. A.5 Room Officer 3, 4.
l, 2, 35 Intramural Basketball 4.
Ethlyn I. Iordan
S. A.5 A, Y. L. 3, 45 Zoology Club 2.
S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 Zoology Club 2, 3, 45
S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 Tau Epsilon 4.
S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 Commercial Club l, 25 Room
S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 Room Officer l5 B. O. T. C. l, 2,
3, 45 Non-Comm. Club 2, 35 Zoology Club 3, 4, Treas.
45 Stamp and Coin Club 45 Promotion Committee 35 Boys'
M. P. l. C.
S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 Room Officer ly Girls' Glee Club
3, 45 Commercial Club 45 Fashions of the Hour 45
S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 French
Club 3, 45 Dancing Club 35 Town Meeting 4.
Fernwood Normal College
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Student Council 4, Room Officer 3,
Senior Council 4.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Baseball 4.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Zoology
Club 3, 4, Boom Officer l, 2, 3, 4, lunior Band 3, 4,
Photo Staff 4, V. E. S. B. 4, Senior Council 4.
S. A., Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Boom Officer l.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 3, Botany Club 2,
Salesmanship Club l, Sec'y l, Commercial Club, l, 2, 3,
Room Officer l, Senior Council 4.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 3, 4, Annual
Staff 4, lntramural Sports 4.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Financial Com'
mittee 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, A Capella 3, 4, Stamp
and Coin Club 4, Treas. 4, Town Meeting 4, French
S. A., A, Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 4, Zoology Club
2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Girls'
Glee Club 3, 4, A Capella 3, 4.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Intramural Sports 4.
St. Christopher Armour
St. Margaret Undecided
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Spanish
Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Girls'
Glee Club 3, 4, A Capella 3, Town Meeting 4.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Commercial Club 4, Room Officer
2, 3, Student Council 2, Senior Council 4.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Student Council
2, 3, 4, Boom Officer 2, 3, 4, Fashions of the l-lour 3, 4.
4, lntramural Basketball 4.
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Pres. 37 A Capella 37 Boys' Glee Club 47 Dramatic Club
47 Zoology Club 37 R. O. T, C. l7 Football l.
Fort Dearborn Northwestern
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 F.. O. T. C. 3, 47 Non-Comm. Club
47 Usher Force 3, 4.
S. A.7 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 Financial Committee 3, 47
Girls' Glee Club 3j French Club 4, Sec'y 47 Boom Officer
2, 37 Dramatic Club 47 4B Class Vice-Pres.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Girls' Glee Club 4,
Thomas E. Mostyn
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 4- Fc-om Officer 2, 3, 47 Senior
Mt. Vernon Moser
S. A., Sec'y and Treas. 47 Tau
Executive Committee 47 Board of
Council 17 Finance Committee 2, 3,
Club 2, 3, Pres. 47 Latin Club 2, 3, 47
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Football 2, 37
3, 47 Zoology Club 2, 3, 47 Dramatic
ship Club 47 Boom Officer l.
Academy of Our Lady
S. A., Znd Vice-Pres. 37 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 47 Sopho-
more Class Pres.7 Iunior Class Vice-Pres.7 Spanish Club
47 Dancing Club l, 2, 37 Student Council l, 27 Executive
Committee 47 lnterclass Council 2, 3.
Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47
Control 47 Student
4, Chair. 47 Botany
Room Officer l, 2, 3.
Basketball 47 Base-
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 47 French Club
Club 3, 47 Business
Staff Z, 37 A Capella 3, 47 Girls' Glee Club 4.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Commercial Club l, 27 Salesman-
S. A.7 Business Staff 3, 47 Boom Officer 2,
S. A.7 Promotion Committee 37 News Staff 47 Boom
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47 Room Officer 3.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 4.
Iohnnie Lee Purvis
Hour 37 Girl's Glee Club 4.
class Baseball 2, 3, 4.
S. A,7 A. Y, L. 3, 47 Fashions of the Hour 37 Fencing
Club 47 Room Officer 3.
S. A.7 Commercial Club l.
Central Park Undecided
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Spanish Club 3, 47 Stamp and
Coin Club 3, 47 Senior Council 47 Room Officer 37 R. O.
T. C. l, 2, 3, 47 Photo Staff 3, 4.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 Latin
Club 37 Concert Band 27 lazz Orchestra 47 News Staff
2, 37 Quilpen Club 2, 3.
Clissold De Pauw
S. A.7 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 Annual Staff l, 2, 3, 47
Business Staff l, Z, 3, 47 Room Officer 2, 3, 47 French
Club 3, 4, Pres. 47 Board of Control 47 Ouill and Scroll
4, Pres. 47 Ouilpen Club 47 Promotion Committee 4.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Baseball l, 2, 3, 47 Wrestling l7
Emblem Club 47 Room Officer 37 intramural Sports 2, 37
Athletic Commission 4.
Fort Dearborn Alabama
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon 3, 47 Botany Club 3,
47 Fashions of the Hour 3, 47 Zoology Club 2, 3, 47
Dramatic Club 4.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Basketball 37 Tennis 47 Commer-
cial Club 27 Room Officer 3,
Fort Dearborn lJl. P. l. C.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Girls' Glee Club Z, 3.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 Latin Club
2, 3, 47 Botany Club 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 3, Pres. 47 Finance
Committee 2, 3, 47 Student Council 37 Board of Control
S. A.7 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Treas. 47 Finance Committee
3, 47 Dancing Club 3, 47 Zoology Club 3, 47 Girls' Glee
Club 3, 47 French Club 4, Treas. 47 Promotion Committee
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Botany Club 47 Fashions of the
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 lnterclass Basketball 3, 47 lnterf
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S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: R. O. T, C. l, 2, 3: Spanish Club 3:
Room Officer l.
St. Christopher Armour
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3: lntramural Base
ketball 3: Intramural Baseball 3: Zoology Club 2, 3, 4.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: A Capella 3: Girls' Glee Club
3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: V. E. S. B. 4: Boys' Glee Club 3.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Tau Epsilon l, 2: Radio Club 2,
3, Vice-Pres. 2, 3: Room Officer 2, 3.
S. A.: Branch Vice-Pres. l: Room Officer 3: Concert
Band 2: News Staff 2, 3, 4.
Madison M. P. l. C.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 4: Spanish Club 2,
ez Q 3, 4: Ouill and Scroll 4: Dancing Club 4: Dramatic
Club 3, 4: Ouilpen Club 3, 4: News Staff 3, 4.
lx D Clissold Chicago
. so lames Stiqgelman
Council 2, 3.
the Hour 3, 4: Spanish Club 4.
-we Hardy Trolander
3, 4: Room Officer 3.
S. A.: Tau Epsilon l, 2: R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 4: Non-Comm.
Club 3, 4: Officers' Club 4, Pres. 4: Photo Staff 3, 4:
Room Officer 2, 3: Board of Control 4: Student
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Track 4: Basketball 4: Boys' Glee
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Football l, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4: Base- QA
ball 3, 4: Wrestlinq 2, 3, 4: lnterclass Council 4: 4B Class
Pres.: lntramural Baseball 2, 3: Intramural Wrestinq 2.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4.
Barnard American Conserv.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: R. O. T. C. l, 2, 3, 4: Non-Comm.
Club 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3: Officers' Club 3, 4: Athletic
Guard 2, 3, 4: Stamp and Coin Club 2, 3.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Botany Club 3, 4: Fashions of
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Radio Club 3, Sec'y 3: V. E. S. B.
Ruthie Mcxe Tyler
S. A., A Capella 4, Girls' Glee Club 4.
lane van Gorkcrm
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4,
Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Botany Club 2, 3, 4, Finance
Committee 4, Board of Control 3, 4, Room Officer l, Z,
3, 4, A Capella 3.
Fort Dearborn ChiCCIQO
Wallace van Kempemu
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Radio Club 4.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4.
Mt. Greenwood WGlSOH
S. A., A. Y, L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club
2, 3, 4, Zoology Club 3, 4, Town Meeting 4, Room
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Botany Club 4,
French Club 4, Peppers 4.
Robert von Behren
S. A., Branch Pres. l, Tau Epsilon 2, Program Corn-
mittee 4, Room Officer 3, 4, lazz Orchestra 4, Concert
Orchestra 3, 4.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Intramural Baseball 4.
S. A., Tau Epsilon 3, Stamp and Coin Club 3, 4, Photo
Staff Mgr. 4, Room Officer 2, Intramural Wrestling 3,
Boys' Glee Club 3, 4, Board of Control 4.
S. A., A, Y. L, 3, 4, R. O. 1. C. 2, 3, 4.
M. P. M. A. Mitzen Academy of Art
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Wrestling 3, Bowling
League 3, Room Officer 2.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, Latin Club
3, 4, Room Officer 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4.
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S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4.
FACE THE CAMERA
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Stamp and Coin Club 2: Zoology
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 45 Football 3, 4.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 45 Room Officer
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4.
Earestine Wilson .
S. A.: Girls' Glee Club, 3, 4.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4, Volleyball 35 Baseball 3.
Forest Ridge Bryant and Stratton
FACTS AND STUFF ON endow
Most Popular Girl ......... ..
Most Popular Boy ...,..,..,..,.,
Best Looking Girl .........l...l.
Best Looking Boy ....... ,....
.Ruby Lee Brubaker
Best Dressed Girl ..r...,..,...,,......, Virginia Nichols
Best Dressed Boy ...........,...
Girl with Best Line ,.r.,.,.,...
.Robert von Behren
Boy with Best Line .............. Warren Fairbanks
Best Girl Dancer ......... .......... R osalie Philips
Best Boy Dancer ........
Most Studious Girl ....... ..
Most Studious Boy ................ Robert Blackburn
Most Bashful Girl ...............
Most Bashtul Boy .......... ........ I ames Kennedy
Most Athletic Girl ............
Most Athletic Boy ......................
Girl with Best Sense of Humor .... Nancy Ernest
Boy with Best Sense
of Humor..Brad Reynolds
Most Dignified Girl .................. Mary lane Case
Most Diqnified Boy ...,............ Hardy 'Frolander
Hunqriest Girl ................ ........ M argaret Smith
l-lungriest Boy ......,...........i..i.....r.... Darrel CCIITTS
Best Couple .....,.. Helen Chapel-Bob Campbell
Cutest Girl .................................... Th9l1'T1CI Donop
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FEBRUARY WHO'S WHO
loe Greenwood combines the abilities of leadership and high
scholastic standing. He was second vice-president of the S. A.: class officer
for two years, vice-president of Tau Epsilon, and has worked with the band four
years. We know that Ioe will be a success wherever the future may lead him.
Virginia Nichols, a girl of unusual personality, has been active
in the S. A.: Latin Club, Student Council and the Finance Committee and has
held offices in all of these organizations. Her ability as a leader has brought
success to all that she has undertaken and will bring her future laurels.
"Tops" in popularity best describes Shirley Nelson. She in-
cludes in her career vice-president of the S. A., lnterclass Council, Tau Epsilon,
Sophomore Class President, the Executive Committee, and Student Council.
Her poise and charm will insure for her a hearty welcome in whatever future
activities she may undertake.
Dick Thornally, the best all-around athlete that Morgan Park
has produced, was captain of the 1938 football team and was chosen as the
best center in the city. Dick has been active in baseball, wrestling and was
4B Class President. Lucky will be the university that enrolls you, Dick!
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THE JUNE CLASS OF '39
he thirty-second class of seniors left the halls and class rooms of Empehi
The business of the graduating class was efficently handled by the quartet
of officers, led by Robert Moore, and was aided by Elaine Kuehne, vice-presi-
dent: Ardell Arthur, secretary, and Robert l-laedtler, treasurer.
As the class preferred a banquet rather than a social, the Social Com-
mittee, under Elaine Kuehne fulfilled the desires of the students by arranging
the lune, l939 Senior Class Banquet. The chairmanship of the committee on
commencement arrangements was given to Marcia Cruse. The Gift Committee
under Barbara Miles increased the fund established for the purchase of curtains
for the auditorium. Ring orders were handled by Robert Palmer, and the com-
mittee that selected and distributed announcements was under the supervision
of Marie Westphal. Elaine Anderson had charge of the cap and gown com-
mittee. The Senior play, directed by Robert Geoghegan, was a sample of
the lune, '39 student talent and it was a splendid success.
The seniors Wish to thank those members of the faculty who gave their
help and interest to the class in carrying out its activities.
Again a group of fine young people have graduated from Morgan Park
High, never to forget the fun, companionship and education which were theirs
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Fashions of the Hour 3, Dramatic
Club 4, Peppers 4, A Capella 4, Bontany Club 3, Com-
mercial Club 4, Boom Officer 2.
M Mt. Greenwood Undecided
if 'A p , ' ,, Hiirley Allison
3 X -- .' 4 U K A., A. Y. L. 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, 4B cms Sec'y,
L., iv X! 'Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Sec'y 3, French Club '4,
Q Spanish Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4q Em,pe-h-i4News 3, 4.
ii. 'f '-Blarna-rd , f. ' , "5 ' Ward Belmont
y , 4 Elaine Andersonal fill . - I H ' '
5 s. A,.,,.rQu',Epq-tion 3, 4, French Club 33 4, seay 3,
A - Otiillrand Scroll'3, 4,,Sec'y 3, Vioe1Pres. 4, Business Staff
' wtf-2, '3, 45, Asst Mqr. 2, 3, Mar. 2, 3, Mar. 4, Annual
Stott :l,,Qf'3, 4, Zoology. Club 2, 3, 4, vtcerres. 3.
'fs .Sutherland Northwestern
' . Paul Anderson
s. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, R. o. T. c. 1, 2, 3, 4, Non-Comm.
Club 2, 3, 4, Officers' Club 4, Boom Officer l, 2, Track.
Barnard Northern lllinois State Teachers Colleae
vy Eleanor Andre , 9
.,Qi',,,.. S. A., A. Y. L, 3, 4, French Club 4, Dramatic Club 4,
A ' " n Zoology Club 2, Dancing Club"4. ' ,.
Richmond g T' f Northwestern ' A
Ardell Arthur i-
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Treas. 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4,
Spanish Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Commercial Club l, 2, 3, 4,
Vice-Pres. 2, Treas. 3, Board of Control 4, Ouilpen Club
3, 4, Pres. 4, 4B Class Vice-Pres., 4A Class Sec'y.
Mt. Vernon Bryant and Stratton
Ianet Catherine Atkins
S. A., Peppers 4, Room Officer 3, Intramural Sports 3.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, A Capella 3, Fashions cf the
Hour 3, 4, Emblem Club 4, Intramural Sports 3, 4.
Mt. Vernon Enalewccd
S. A., A. Y. L. 4.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Spanish
Club 3, 4, Room Officer 2, 3, Ouilpen Club 4, Commer-
cial Clulz Z, 3, 4, Pres, 4, Board of Control 4, Student
Council 3, Financo Committee 4.
Midlothian Bryant and Sfrattcn
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Salesmanship Club 3.
Shirley Bolton ,A I ,lf '
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Elpsilo-rr l, i?3,Ntf,lXDromatic
Club Z, 3, 4, Botany Club 233, 4,b'tU',.v-Prest 4, Latin
Club 2, 3, Photo Staff 4, Boom Offiorer t, 2, 3, 4.
Clissold De Pauw
S, A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, B. O. T. C. l, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic'
Club 3, 4, lrl. B. S. G. 4, Boom Ofticer 4.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Treas. 3,
Pep Committee 3, Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Student Coun-
cil 2, 3, Promotion Committee 3, 4, Commercial Club 2-
Spanish Club 7, 3, Swimming Team 3.
Vandorpoel Southern California
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club
2, 3, V. E. S. B. 4, Student Council 3, 4, Room Officer
l, 2, 3, 4.
Clissold M. l. T.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Room Officer 3,
4, Student Council 3.
Hale Carnegie Tech.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Dramatic Club
2, Salesmanship Club l, Empehi News l.
Clissold , . A Northwestern
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Helen Browere ,x A ' - 'W '
Club 2, Vice-Pres. 3, 4, Town Meeting 4, Drarnatic'CTC-b,
Br., Tennis Club Br., Annual Staffi4, Fashions ,ol,'t'e
Hour 3, 4.
S. A., Baseball Team 4.
Clissold Undecided '
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Robert Buell tm h
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, R. O. T. C. l, Z, 3, Band l, 2, 3,
Orchestra 2, 3, Boys' Glee Club 2.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Stamp and Coin Club 3, 4, Stage
Crew 3, 4, Manager 4, Board of Control 4, Room Officer l.
S. A., Spanish Club 3, Dancing Club 2, 3, 4, Com-
mercial Club 3, 4, Room Officer 3.
St. Margaret Undecided
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Zoology Club 7, 3, 4, Glee Club
3, 4, A. Capella 3, lntramural Basketball 3.
McCosh Chicago Teachers College
STA., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Promotion Committee 3, 4, Chair-
man 4, Board of Control 4, Executive Committee 4, Band
2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Social Committee 4, lazz Orchestra 3,
R. O. T. C. l, Z, 3, 4, Officers' Club 4.
Mt. Greenwood Century
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Room Officer l, 2, Fashions of the
Hour 3, 4, Peppers 4, Commercial Club 3, 4.
Mt. Greenwood Undecided
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Zoology Club 3, 4, Girls' Fencing A 1,
Clissold A Kirlcsv!lle,!Missouri h
Howard E. Brown
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, R. O. T. C. l, 2, 3, 4.
S. A.: R. O. T. C. l, 2, 4.
. Barnard Undecided
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S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Zoology Club 3, 47 News Staff
gf H. Fl. S. G. 47 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 47 Pres. 47 Board
of Control 47 Town Meeting 3, 47 A Capella 3.
Glen Flora Illinois
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Fashions of the Hour 3, 47 Sales'
manship Club 3, Vice-Pres. 37 Commercial Club 3, 4:
Dancing Club 2, 3, 47 Vice-Pres. 3.
Vanderpoel Academy of Fine Arts
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Zoology Club 47 French Club 2, 37
Spanish Club 47 Dancing Club 27 Girls' Glee Club 3, 47
A Capella 3.
Olga Cibulsky -
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Zoology Club 47 Botany Club 47
Town Meeting 47 Dramatic Club 47 Girls' Glee Club 47
Peppers 4, Pres. 47 Empehi News 4.
Congress Park ' Illinois
Patricia Clark ' ,
S. A.7 A Y. L. 3, 47 Fashions ot the lzisur 2, 37 Giralgv'
Emblem Club 47.. Room Officer 3, 4. - '
Fort Dearbornsf ,. WiS5COHSiH
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Margaret Clements - A
S, A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Spanish Club l, 27 l-l. B. S, G. 47
Empehi News 3, 4.
Fort Dearborn Northwestern
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Dramatic' Club
27 l.1ZZ Orchesfr 1
I 7 3, 47 Concert Orchestra 2, 3, 47 lr. Band 3, 4.
1 Clissold Wisconsiri
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S. A.7 A. Y, L. 3, 47 B. O, T. C. 2, 3, 4,
Memorial lr. High Notre Dania:
ing Club 3, 4.
mural Sports 2, 3, 47 Room Officer 3.
S. A.7 A, Y. L. 3, 47 Spanish Club 2, 37 Girls' Glerv
Club 47 A Capella 47 Annual Staff 47 Business Staff 4-
Ernpehi News 3, 47 Room Officer l, 2, 3.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Latin Club 47 Drarnatic Club 47
Town Meeting 3, 47 Fencing Club 3, 4,
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon 37 Sqlesmanship Club 4.
S, A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Zoology Club 2, 3, 47 Latin Club
3, 4: Dancing Club 37 Orchestra Z, 3, 45 lr. Band l, 2.
S. A.7 A, Y. L. 3, 47 Student Council 37 Emblem Club
2, 3, 4, Pres. 47 Board of Control 47 Football Team l, 2,
3, 47 Baseball Team 2, 3, 47 Wrestling Team 3, 47 intra-
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Fashions oi the Hour 2, 3, 47 Danf-
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S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Dramatic Club l: Radio Club 3:
Boom Officer l, 2: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Tennis Team 2, 3, 4:
B. O. T. C. l.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Zoology Club 3, 4: Spanish Club
3, 4: Fashions of the Hour 4, Pres. 4: Vice-Pres 4: Town
Meeting 3, 4: Board of Control 4: A Capella 3: Boom
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Sales Committee 4: Tau Epsilon
l, 3, 4: Annual Staff 2, 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 4: Board of
Control 4: Executive Committee 4: Business Staff 2, 3:
Promotion Committee 3, 4: Clean-Up Committee 3, 4:
Ouill and Scroll 4.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: V. E. S. B. 4.
Mt. Greenwood Northwestern
S. A.: Boom Officer 3: Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4: lr. Band 3.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: B. O. T. C. l, Z, 3, 4: Usher Force
l, 2, 3, 4, Ass't Head 4: Officers' Club 3, 4, Sec'y 4:
V. E. S. B. 4, CoAChair. 4: Football Team 3: Zoology Club
3: Boom Officer 4.
Barbara Davis I if-,TP 4. ' ,Z
s. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Ep lon 3, 4, Zopieqy ciub
2, 3, Treas. 3: French Club 4: Xmatic Club-Br.:"-,Ouilpen
Club 3, 4, Sec'y 3, Treas. 4: own Meeting 3, 4, Vice-
Pfes. 3, 4, News staff 3, 4, V. 1-3. s. B.,3,.f'4, 'Ssdy 3: fi:
Clissold 's Y lVlcAlliS1er
Gretchen Yvonne Davis " 1
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Zoology Club 3: B. O. T. C. l, 2, 3:
Boom Officer l, 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club l: Radio Club 3.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4.
Bonnet M. P. T. C.
Robert De Novo
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: B. O. T. C. l, 2, 3: Promotion Com-
rnittco 4: Stamp and Coin Club 2: Boom Officer 2, 3, 4:
Baseball Team l: Nominating Commitioe 4.
Patios Carnegie Tech
Bette De Pue
Fashions ot the Hour 2: Dancing Club 2, 3, 4: Commercial
Club , 4: Salesmanship Club 3, 4.
' ierland Denner
X. S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 2: Student Council l:
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4: Spanish Club 3, 4,
Treas. 3, 4: Student Court 4: Social Committee 3, 4:
CleanfUp Committee 3, 4: Boom Officer 4: Annual Staff
4: Boys' Clee Club 3: A Cappella 3.
Horace Mann De Pauw
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 3, 4: Latin Club 2:
Stamp and Coin Club 2, 3: V. E. S. B. 3, 4: Concert Band
2, 3, 4: Orchestra 4.
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S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 Tau Epsilon 3, 45 Zoology Club 45
French Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 45 Fashions of the Hour
35 Girls' Gloe Club 3, 45 A Cappella 3.
S A- A Y L 3
45 R. O. T. C. l,,2, 3, 45 Officers' Club
45 Usher Force 2, 3, 4, Head Usher f45 Swimming Team 35
Emblem Club 3, 45 Boys' Glee Club 2, 35 Student Court
45 ludge 45 Glean-Up Committee 4.
S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 Tau Epsilon 3, 45 French Club 3, 45
Spanish Club 45 Botany Club 35 Fashions of the Hour 25
Dramatic Club 4.
S. A.5 Empehi News 35 Room Officer l, 25 H, R. S. G. 4.
S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3
S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3
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S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 Room Officer 35 Football Team 25
Baseball Team 35 intramural Sports 3.
St. Barxrrbus 'Wilson
S. A.5 A, Y. L. 3, 45 R. O, T. C. l, Z, 35 Eniblom Club 3,
3, 45 Swimming Team 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Dra-
m.:tir Club Br,5 Senior Council5 Athletir' Guard 3.
S. A.5 Salesmanship Club l, 2,
Clissold Bryant and Stratton
S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 Salesmanship Club 45 Room Officer
35 Student Council 3.
lvlt. Greenwood Bryant and Stratton
A.5 Salesrnanship Club 3, 45 Commercial Club 3, 45
Fashions of the Hour 3, 45 Room Officer l, 2.
Si. Barnabas Moser
S. A.5 lst Vice-Pres. 45 Tau Epsilon 3, 45 Vice-Pres.
Freshman Class5 Social Committee 2, 3, Chair. 2, 35 lntor-
vluss Council 3, 4, Chair. 45 Board of Control 4, Chair,
45 Empelii News 3, 45 Football Team 2, Trainer 25
Executive Committee 4,
S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 Sophomore Class Sec'y5 Promotion
Committee 45 Clean-Up Committee 3, 45 Business Staff 25
Girls' Glee Club 45 Dancing Club 45 Annual Staff 45
Room Officer l, 2, 3.
Bryn Mawr Grinnell
S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 Prog. Chair. 45 'lau Epsilon 2, 3,
45 Zoology Club 2, 3, 45 Latin Club l, 2, 3, 45 Town
Meeting 45 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 Board of
Control 45 A Cappella 2, 35 Student Council 3.
Sutherland De Pauw
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Club 4, Boom Officer 3.
S. A., A. Y. L, 4, Student Court l, Boom Officer l,
Mi. Vernon Aeronautical
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Salesmanship Club 3, Commercial
Club 3 4, Room Officer 4.
S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 4, B. O. T. C. l, 2, 3, 4,
Officers' Club 3, 4, Non-Com Club 2, Vice-Pres 2: 4A
Class Treas. Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Pres. 4, Empehi News
3, 4, Ass't Ed. 4, V. E. S. B. 3, Pub. Mar. 3.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Fashions of the Hour 3, Salesman-
ship Ctub Z, Commercial Club Z, Peppers 4.
Zion Lutheran Bryant and Stratton
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Zoology Club 3, B. O. T. C. l, 2,
3, 4, V. E. S. B. Z,
Svrnlun M, P, l. C.
S. A., A. Y, L. 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, A Capella 4,
Boom Officer 3, lntramural Sports 3.
S. A., A. Y, L. 3, 4, Pres. 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4,
Social Committee 7, 3, Chair. 3, Student Council 3, Board
ot-Control 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Eashions of the Hour
3.31: Elnpelii News 3, 4, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4.
S. Af, A. Y. L. 3, 4, Exshions of the Hour 4, Town
Meeting 4, lntromural Sports 7.
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S. A., A. YR ,3' alesmanship Club l, Boom Officer
, f, ,, 1 Sp rty 3, 4, Emblem Club 4.
M ' enwood Northwestern
S'. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Sales Committee 4, Tau Epsilon
2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres.
4, A Cappella 3, Promotion Committee 3, 4, Social Com-
mitiee 3, Student Court 3, 4, Annual Staff 3.
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S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Sophomore Class Vice-Pres., Clean-
Up Committee 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Boom Officer 2,
3, Basketball Team Z, 3, 4, lntramural Sports 3, 4, Em-
Sutlierland Georgia Tech
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Town Meeting 4, Dramatic Club
3, 4, Fashions of the Hour 4, Business Staff 4, Girls' Glee
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Room Officer 3, Football Team l.
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A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Spanisii Club 37 Ftocin Officer 3.
Port Dearborn Undecided
S. A,7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Egisilcn l, 2, 47 Spanish
lflulz 2, 47 Commercial Cluli 2, 3, 47 Saiesxnanship
Club 3, 4, Vive-Pres. 4.
Zion Lutneran Bryant and Stratton
Willis F. Harps III
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 4: Cl'ieerlcif1c.lei' 4.
St. Rita Olgio State
S. A.7 Girls' Cflee Club 3, 47 Orcliesira 4.
Ted Hatfield in
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 47 Spanisii Clue S7 Concert Band 2,
4, Tre-US, 3, R. o. T. C. t, 2, 4, V. E. s. B. 4. 7
Gariielcl M. P. I. C, wigfjh, fi
C 'Y Q-sw'
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 'K C ll 1 f, 47 lr, Eflllfl 3. New
Hubbard De Pauw
S, A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon 47 Zooloay Ciuio 47
mural Sports 47 Room Officer 4.
slut.: Clulw 4, Seoy 4.
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Footlmll 'loam l, 2, 37 Basketball Team 2, 3, 47 intra-
S. A.7 Y. L. 3, 4- Hosni Officer 7, , S'::irnr11in.:
Count l, fl, 3, 47 Eniziieni Cut. 2, 3, 47 lnfr::xnui'al Sports
Vanderpool U. C. L. A,
S, A.7 A. Y, L. 3, 47 Prcincfion Czznintittee 4: Annual
A, Staff 3, 47 Draniaiic Clul f
5. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 lau Epsilon l, 2, Qi, 47 Salesman
Clissolcl Eryini :md Stratun
S. A.: A. L. 3, 4- fzu Lyvsilcn 47 Rfzvii' Otfiier l, 2,
S, 47 Student Council l, 7, 47 Basicetrball Team 27 intra-
' niural Volleyball 2.
A Clissolfl U. Of C.
. , Henry Hervey
. , f s, A., A, Y. L. 3, 4, Zctfiwy Club 2, .7 L4-,fm club 2,
O1Ci'I1i-5'IL1 l, 7, 2, 47 ln'rf:niurr:l Tennis
Mary Ann Hewes
S, A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 47 Spanish Club
3, 47 Vino--Pres 54, Sec'y 47 Botany Club S7 Fashions of
.. . tlic ilour 37x O ' l and Scroll 2, 4, Treas. 47 Etziyrelpi News
3, 4- Clrvlies' 2, 3, lr. Bfxnci 3,
M, ,f 7 Clissclfl ,I ' " l.l. P l. C.
W' in Q, 'J .
. . Elairlq Hocker
i .7l A. Y, L. , 47 Tau Epsilon l, 7, lt, 47 Latin Club
2, 37' 7 'l'Q.wnSXA etinq 47 Lnilulem Club 47 lbwmii Officer
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A L Veinin fl Nursing
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Non Comm.
Club 3, 4, Officers' Club 4.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, R. O. T. C. l, 2, 3, 4, Usher Force
l, Athletic Guard l, Spanish Club l.
Clissold M. P. T. C.
S, A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, R. O. T. C. Z, 3, 4, Commercial
Club 2, 3, 4.
Mt. Greenwood ' Undecided
Kenneth Hohhof ', - ' 'Q 1
s. A., R. o. T. C. 1, 2, 3, 4, dffigefqctub 4, Pres. 4,
Usher Force 4, chief 4, Athleliq catftffd 2, 3, 4, Non
Comm. Club l, Z, 3, Stamp- and Coin ,Club 4, Pres. 4,
Board of Control 4, Student Court 4, Wrestling Team
l, 2, 3, 4.
Clissold 'f Aeronautical U.
Georgia Hough ,
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, ,Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4,
Fashions of the Hour 3, 4, Town Meeting 3, 4, Girls'
Glee Club 4, A 'Capella 3: Eimqyehi News 3L 4, Room
olfrrfef 2, 4. 1 '
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Committee 3 4 Room Officer l
S A A Y L 3 4 Zoology Club 3 4 Spanish Club
4 French Club 4 Girls Glee Club 2 4 A Capella 2
3 4 Vrce Pres 4 Town Meeting 3 4 Stamp and Coin
Club 3 Student Council l 2
Fort Dearborn MacMurray
S. A., A. Y. L. 3 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Zoology Club
2, 3, French Club 3 4, Dramatic Club Br., Town Meet-
ing 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Board of Control 4, Stu-
dent Council 2, Room Officer l, 2.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Ernpehi News 4.
Central Park Undecided
S. A., R. O. T. C. l, 2, 3, 4, Officers' Club 4, Band
7, 3, 4, lazz Band 3, 4, Orchestra 3, Student Council 3,
Board of Control 4, Dramatic Club Br., Stamp and Coin
S. A., A, Y. L. 3, 4, Business Staff 4, Advert. Manager
4, Annual Staff 4, Ouill and Scroll 4, Senior Council 4,
Room Officer 3.
S, A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, Zoology Club 2,
Latin Club 2, Fashions of the Hour 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club
2, 3, 4.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Boom Officeri2, V. E. S. B. 4.
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S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Eusilon 4, Room Officer l, 2,
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 47
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, R. O. T. C. l, 3, 4, Swimming
Team l, 2, intramural
S. A., R. O. l. C. l, 2, 3, 4, Non Conirri. Club 2, 3, Vice-
Pres. 3, Officers' Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Uslier Force
2, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4, lunior Class Treas., 4B Class Treas.,
S. A., Zoology Clul: 2, Spanish Club 3, Latin Club 2,
Sale-smanship Club 3, Intramural Sports 3. fn'
S. A.: A. Y. L. 4:
Spanish Clulu 3.
3, 4, Room Officer l, 3, 4.
M. P. I. C.
PZ. C. T. C. l, 2, 3, 4.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 4, S ianisl. Club
3, 4, F1'GI1l.'l1 Club 3, 4, Dramatic' Club 4, Ouillpen Cluk
2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Sec'y 4, Room Officer 3, 4, Empelii
News 3, 4, Ouill and Scroll 4.
S. A., A. Y. L. 4, Tau EI,SilOl'l l, 2, 3, 4, V. E. S. E. Q.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Botany Ciul, 3, 4: Emlvlem Ciur 4
St. Isaac' St. Lakes
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, lr. Band 7, Base-
ball Team 2, Ass't Manaqer, lntramural Wreslliria 3.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Vive-Pres. 4-
French Clulv 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Pres. 4, Quilpen Ciul
3, 4, Pres. 4, Town Meeting 3, 4, 4A Class Vice-Pres.,
Board of Control 4, Student Council 4, Room Officer Q, 4
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Commerriai Club 3, 4, Salesman-
sliip Clul 4, Stump and Coin Club 4, Golf 'llefxni 4.
Roger Iohn Law
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, R. O. l. C. i, 2, 3, Non Comm.
Club Q, 3, Zoology Club 2, Promotion Committee Busy
ness Sxftfi ff- Suanisli Cluli 7, 3, Room Oftifer T 2, E-
Siudenf Council l.
S1 Bzrntiluas i
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Pastiic ns of the Hour 3, Peprvers 4.
Ftuaaic s vtlfilscf.
,J -am ,
Dorothy Lindgren 1
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 lntitznlurai 3, 4.
S, A.7 A. Y. L. li, 47 Tau Epsilon 2, S, 47 Salesrriansnig:
Club 4, Pres. 47 Girls' Enilleni Club 47 lnterclass Base-
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 Spanish
Club 3, 47 Commercial Club 3, 47 Finance Committee 37
Room Officer 7, 37 lnterclass Sports l, 2, gf Girls' Emblem
Cluh 3, 4.
S. A.7 A Y. L 3 Expan ' 2Com it .e -"Pf?iiuEpsi5'f
son 7, 3, 47
Mt. Vernon DePaul
Geraldine Loomis 5, , '
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Latin Club 47 A Cari laol2'Boogf'
Officer 3. of if
Sutherland ,jf t- fhlinois
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Anita Mack 47 '
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Spanisli'Cluk F7 Eashions of the
Hour 37 Commercial Cluh 2, 3, 4, Treas. S, 4,
Midlothian Bryant ana Stratton
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 4, Sales Committee 3, 47 Zoology
Cluh 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 3, Pres. 47 Board ot Control 47 Clean'
Up Committee 47 Promotion Committee Q, 47 French Club
2, 3, 47 Annual Staff 2, 3, 47 Business Stail Z, 3, 47
Auditor 3, 47 Ouill and Scroll 4.
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Bryn Mawr DePauw
Robert C. MacNeeley
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 B. O. 'lf C. l, Q, E7 Orchestra l, 2,
3, 47 Spanish Club Z, 3, 4, lst Vice-Pres. 47 Latin Club
3, 47 Stamp and Coin Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 47 Zooloqy
Cluh 47 Board of Control,4.
Barrtird .f 1 7 " - Arizona
Marilyn Martin '
. A-.7 A. Y. L., Expansion Comrnittec Chair. 47 flau
Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 Zoology Clul3"'4-fr Spanish Cluh 47
French Club 2, 3, 47 Dramatic Cluli 3, 47 Dancinc Clulv 37
A Capella 3, 4, Sec'y 47 Ernpehi News 3. 7
Vantierpoel ' " ' 3 V L Ohio
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 R. O. T. C, Cornn.ercial Clul. 3, 4,
'Pres 47 Board of'Control 47 Boom Officer I, 4.
'I Arlwor Park
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon I-, 47 Commercial
Cluh lt, 47 Salesnrznship Clul' 2, Q, 4- Girls' Clive Clulv
47 A Capella 4.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilcr. if Zcoloqy Cluli 37
Stamp :Incl Cfzirx Club 3, 47 Annual Stfzff Q7 Svcininiing
'learn 7: lr. Band 37 Staqe Crew 4.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 47 Zooloay Cl'.iL Z- Bctahy Llur: 3:
Salesnianshigiv Club 3, 47 Girls' Glee Clul' 4.
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S. A., Pres. Br., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Sales Committee Chair.
4,, Tau Epgilon"l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Town Meet-
ing 3, 4rf'Y,ice-Pres. 3, Social Committee 4, Clean-Up
Committee 4, Promotion Committee 4, Annual Staff 3, 4.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, R. G. T. C. 4, Boom Officer 2.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Boiany
Club 3, 4, Social Chair. 4, Fashions of the l-lour 3, 4,
Dancing Club l, Z, Boom Officer l, 2, 3, 4.
Buggies M., P. I. C.
Mary lane Moore
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Zoology Club 3, Town Meeting 4,
Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, A Capella 3, Finance Committee
4, Promotion Committee 3, Business Staff 3.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Sec'y 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4,
Quill and Scroll 4, Empehi News 4, Editor 4, V. E. S. B.
4, Supt. 4, Board of Control 4, Executive Committee 4,
4A Class Pres., Student Council 2.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 3, Football Team
Manager 4, lnterclass Wrestling l, Board of Control 4,
Emblem Club 3, 4, Student Council l, 2.
2, Peppers 4
Helen Morton -
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Fashions olll' i
the Hour 3, Commercial Club 2, 3, Salesmanship Clulvdx! I '
St. Margaret Undecided
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 3, 4, Botany Cl '
2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Treas. 4, Annual
Staff 4. Art Editor 4, Town Meeting 2, 3, 4, Dancing
Club 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, A Capella 3.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Girls' e
Wallace Morton '
lean Ann Murray
A Capella 3, News Staff 3, 4.
Carl B. Nelson
Sports 3, Emblem Club 3, 4,
Club 4, lr. Band 2, 3, Concert Ban 3, 4, Sec'y 4, r-
chestra l, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Emblem Club 4.
Horace Mann t A ' Northwestern
s. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, R. o. T. c. 1, 2, Photo staff 2, 3 4,44 A
v. E. s. B. 4. y Y .l
Neil Murphy .1 . N I
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, Football Team
l, Wrestling Team"xXl,"Baslcetball 3. - l
St. Barnabas . Springhill
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 4, French Club 3, 4,
Vice-Pres. 4, Town Meeting 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4,
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, A Capella 3.
lVlcCosl1 Art lnstitute
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Commercial Club Z, 3, 4, Boys'
Glee Club 2, 3, A Capella 2, 3, 4, Track Team l, 2, 4,
Swimminf., Team l, 2, 3, 4: Manager 3, 4, ll'1TT,IIl'lLlF.Il
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Room Officer 27 lnierclass Basket-
S, A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon 47 Dramatic" Club 47
Room Officer 3.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Room Officer 27 Basketball Team 3.
St. Peters Illinois
S. A.7 A. Y. L, 3, 47 Girls' Glee Club 4.
S. A.7 A. Y, L. 3, 47 Room Officer Z, 3, 47 lr. Band 37
Football Team Z.
Vanderpoel M. P. l. C.
Arthur E. Osborne, Ir.
S. A.7 A. Y, L. 3, 47 H. R. S. G. 4, Pres. 47 Board oi
Control 4, Annual Staff 4, Sports Editor 47 Promotion
Committee 47 Room Officer l, 2, 37 Baskeball Team 37
Swimming Team 27 intramural Sports 3, 4.
S. A. Pres. 47 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 37 Freshman Class
Sec'y7 Sophomore Class Sec'y7 Sophomore Class Vice-
Pres.7 lunior Class VlCO'PTGS.j lunior Class Pres.7 Clean-
Uo Committee 2, 37 Chair, 37 Social Committee.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 Zoology
Club 27 Fashions of the Hour 3, 47 Dancing Club 3, 47
Girls' Gtee Club 3, 47 Room Officer Z, 3.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 Zoology
Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 47 Latin Club 2, 3, 47 Ouaestor 3, 'W
Aodilo 47 Dramatic Club 47 Stamp and Coin Club Z, 3,
Se:"y 2, Vice-Pres. 37 A Capella Z, 3, 4.
S. A.7 A. Y. L, 3, 47 Fashions of the Hour, 4, Se::'y 47
Kenneth A. Pecher
S. A.7 Spanish Clulw 37 Room Officer l, 2, 37 Boys' Glee-
Club 2, 37 Bowling Team 47 intramural Vlfrestling l, 2.
S. A.7 A. Y. L, 3, 47 Zoology Club 7, 37 Fashions of
the Hour 47 Latin Club Z7 Town Meeting 3, Prog. Chair.
37 ll. li, S. G. 47 Girls' Glee Club 3, 47 A Capella 3,
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Stamp and Coin Club 37 Concert
Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Troas. 47 lazz Orrgliestra 47 lr. Band 37
Football Team 2, 3, 47 Swimming Team 27 Emblem Club.
Glen Oak illinois
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 'tau Epsilon l, Z, 3, 47 Zoology
Cub 7, 3, 47 Town Meeting 47 Executive Committee 47
Student Court Br., Empelii News 3, 4, Editor 47 Quill and
Scfvfl 3, 47 Board oi Control 4.
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S. A.7 Bofiny Club 37 Cainer: Club 37 Radio Club 2,
Mary Iane Powers
S A A Y L 3 4
.., Club 47 Salesmanship Club 37 Eishions of the Hour
2, 57 Dancing cfltlll 2, 3, 47 Qreas. 47 Room Officer l, 2,
7 Tau Epsilon 2, Z, gf Commercial
1 .,'- Clissol i Denver
7 s. A., A. Y. L. 3, 47 R. o. T. C, 1, 3 4.
"4' Mt, Greenwood N I ,' , Undecided
5 Y'rginia"'Redde' Q 6. f
f--. i I' . Y,'fL. 3447 Spanish Club -if ,Beatty Club 47
T3'.'Qf14T9lQ941Il4Z1 47 Dramatic, Club Bi. ' ' pf 'Jn,,,
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7 S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Student Council Z, 47 Room Offi-
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7 ' Ciissoid Moser
, ' 1 Margie Redman
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S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, -17 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 Spanish
Club Z, 3, Vice-Pres, 37 Commercial Club 47 Salesman-
ship Club 4, Treas. 47 Room Officer l, 47 Orchestra 2, 37
lr. Band l.
Zion Lutheran Bryant and Stratton
S. A.7 A, Y. L. 3, 47 Fashions of the Hour 3, 4: A
Capella 37 intramural Sporfs 2, 37 Girls' Emblem Club 4-
Rcom Officer l.
S, A.7 A. Y, L. 3, 47 Stamp and Coin Club 27 Room
Officer l, 27 Vlrestlinq Team, l, 7, 37 Intramural Sports
l, 2, 3.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4,
St. Nicholas Chicaao lr.
Mary Ann Richardson
S, A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Zoology Club 3, 47 French Club
47 Fashions of the Hour 37 A Capella 47 H. R. S. G. 4
Room Officer 2.
S. A.7 R. O. T. C, l, 2, 3, 47 Non Comm. Club 2, 37
Officers' Club 47 Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 47 Social Commit-
tee 47 Clean-Up Committee 47 Swimming Team l, 2, 3, 47
Empelii News 3, 47 Quill and Scroll 4, SeC'y 4.
S. A.7 A, Y. L. 3, 47 Girls' Glee Clulv 47 A Capella 3.
S, A.7 R, O. T. C. Z, 3, 4, Captain 47 Officers' Club 3, 47
Band 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres, 47 lazz Orchestra 3, 4, Pres. 47
Orchestra 3, 47 Board of Control 4, Room Officer 47 Swim-
ming Team 37 Emblem Club 3, 4.
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S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Room Officer 4: Ir. Band 2, 3.
S. A.: Treas. Br. A. Y. L. 3, 4: Room Officer l, 2: Eoof-
ball Team l, 2, 3: Baseball Team 2, 3: lr. Band 2, 3.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Promotion Committee 3, 4: Clean-
Up Committee 3, 4: Annual Staff 3, 4.
S. A.: Room Officer 4: Baseball Team 2, 3, 4: Basket
laall Tecm 2, 3.
St. Phillip Neri Georgia
Irene Betty Samu
S. A A.fY. L. : Ta Epsilon? 2, 3, 4: Zoolo
Club 2, 4: irls' lee C u 3: .hi News 3: O ' en
3, 4: ram ti lub Br.
A H 3 au L n , 3, 4: Zoology
Club Z, 3, 4 Girls' e Clu : Empe i News 3: Ouile
pen 3, 4: ramatic ub .
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club
4: Town Meeting 4: A Capella 3, 4: Room Officer 2: V. E.
S. B. 4.
Eort Dearborn M. P. l. C.
S. A.: R. O. T. C. l, 2, 3, 4: Officers' Club 3, 4: Usher
Eorce l, 2, 3, Head 3: Executive Committee 4: Student
Court, Chair. 4, Board of Control 3, 4: Athletic Guard
2, 3: Swimming Team l, Z, 3, 4: Captain 4: Emblem Club
Dorothy Anne Schroeder
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Botany Club 4: Salesmanship
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Dancing Club 2: Room Officer 2, 3.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Spanish
Club 4: Botany Club 3, 4, Treas. 3: Pres. 4: Dramatic
Club 4: Town Meeting 4: Empehi News 4: Ouill and
Scroll 4: Room Officer 2, 3.
Margaret lean Sheahan
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 3, 4: Spanish Club
3, 4, Sec'y 4: Town Meeting 3: Empehi News 3, 4: Ouill
and Scroll 4: Ouilpen 4: Student Court Br. Room Officer l.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 4: Town Meeting 3, 4,
Pres. 4, Sec'y 4: Empehi News 3, 4: Ouill and Scroll 4:
Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4.
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. Vanderpoel Moser
, f , Arnold Silvestry
1 0 . s. A., A. Y, L. 3, 4, Sales Committee 4, Promotion
i 45, Committee 45 Clean'Up Committee 2, 35 Swimming Team
1, A it .555 25 Basketball Team 2, 3, 45 Emblem Club 3, 45 Boom
'L . Officer 3.
I bs 5 Blue lsland Northwestern
Im D ly Ioyce Simms
' E S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 Zoology Club 2, 3, 45 Town Meet-
ing 45 Dramatic Club Br.5 Fencing Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3,
45 Girls' Glee Club 3, Board of Control 3, 45 Tennis Team
llbbv N Br.5 Empehi News 3.
' S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 45 French Club
3, 4, To n Meeting 4, omit end Scroll 4, Dramatic
Club 3, 4, c'y 45 Girls' Glee Club 45 Empehi News 45
,Qi Boom cer 4.
1' ete - Undecided
.,..,, 3 SB Y. L. 3, 45 B. O. T. C. 2, 3, 45 Zoology Club
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4 .,.,. .V. , X Shoop Wilson
.5 A, Y. L. 3, 45 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 35 French Club
45 Botany 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 35 Girls' lazz Orches-
P. raB ,445 Ernpehi News 3, 45 Ouill and Scroll 45 V. E.
S. A.5 A. Y. L, 3, 45 B. O. T. C, l, 2, 3, 45 lntramural
Basketball 35 Student Council 35 Room Officer 2, 35 Ouil-
Sutherland Southern California
S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 lou Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 Spanish
Club 3, 45 Salesmanship Club 45 Commercial Club 3,
45 Peppers 4.
Zion Lutheran Vlfilson
S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 Zoology Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish
Cluh 45 French Club 3, 45 Town Meeting 45 Concert
Band 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 45 Orchestra 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 45 Girls'
Iam Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 45 Board
ci Control 4.
Sutherland L 3 .ref l Knox
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Mary Spitler VV Ly
S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 Bala Club 45 Girls' Glee Club
3, 45 Girls' Emblem Club 4.
ldlt. Greenwood Vfheczton
S. A,5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 Zoology Club 2, 35 Spanish Club
3, 45 Dramatic Club 35 A Capella 3, 4, Sooy 45 Girls'
Glee Club 3, 4, Sec'y 35 Boom Officer l, 4.
S. A.5 A. Y. L. 3, 45 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Boom Officer
45 V. E. S. B. 3, 4.
S. A.5 A. Y, L.5 Sales Committee 45 Basketball Team
3, 45 Emblem Club 3, 45 Student Council 3.
S. A.5 A. Y, L. 3, 45 Positions cf the licur 2, 3, 45
Girls' Glee Club 3, 45 A Capella 45 Boom Officer l.
Vanderpoel Northern State Teachers
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S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon 2, 37 Commercial
Club 3, 47 Fashions of the Hour 3, 47 Dancina Club l,
2, 3, 47 Student Council 2, Cheerleader 4.
S. A.7 R. O. T. C. l, 27 Promotion Committee 47 Execu-
tive Committee 47 Empehi News 3, 4, Sports Ed. 47 Ouill
and Scroll 47 Athletic Committee Chair. 47 Baseball Team
l, 2, 3, 47 Emblem Club 3, 47 Room Officer 4,
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Boys' Glee Club 37 Room Officer l7
Concert Band 2, 37 lr. Band l7 Marching Band 37 Base-
ball Team 4. I It
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Promotion Committee 47 Social
Committee 37 Dramatic Club 47 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 47
Room Officer 2, 3.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 Zoology
Club 3, 47 Spanish Club 47 French Club 3, 47 Town Meet-
inq 3, 47 Fashions of the Hour 3, 47 Girls' Glee Club 2,
3, 47 A Cappella 3.
Fort Dearborn Wisconsin
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Sophomore Class T1'9CIS.jSGl9S
Committee l7 Room Officer l, 3, 4.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 47 French Club
3, 4, Vice-Pres. 47 Latin Club 3, 4, Sec'y 37 Promotion
Committee 4, Chair. 47 Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Pres, 3,
Treas. 47 Board of Control 4.
Mt. Vernon Wells
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tiru Epsilon 47 Promotion Committee
37 R. O. T. C. l, 27 Latin Club 47 Ouilpen 47 Empehi News
3, 47 Ouill and Scroll 37 Business Staff l, 2.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Fashions of the l-lour 3, 4.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Promotion Committee 3, 47 Social
Committee 27 Clean-Up Committee 2, 37 Sophomore Class
Pres.7 lunior Class Vice-Pres.7 Room Officer l, 27 lntra-
mural Baseball 4.
S. A.: A. Y. L. 3, 4.
Shoop Nursina School
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 French Club 47 R. O. T. C, l, 2, 3.
Fort Dearborn Undecided
S. A.7 A. Y, L. 3, 47 Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 47 A Cappella
37 Annual Staff 2, 37 Business Staff 2.
S. A.: A. Y. L, 3, 4.
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Sec'y 47 Latin Club 3, 47 Dramatic Club 47 Ouilpen Club
3, 47 Girls' Glee Club 37 A Cappella 4.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon 47 Zoology Club 37
Town Meeting 3, 47 V. E. S. B. 47 lntramural Sports 37
Emblem Club 47 Room Officer 4.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 H. R. S. G. 47 Student Council l,
3, 47 Football Team l. 2, 3, 47 Wrestlina Team lj lntr :-
mural Sports 2, 3, 4.
St. Ethelreda Grinnell
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Fashions of the Hour 3, 47 Room
Officer 2, 47 Student Council 47 Baseball Team 37 lntra-
mural Volleyball 3, 47 Emblem Club 3, 4.
Mt. Vernon Southern California
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 4.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon 47 R. O. T. C. l, 2,
3, 47 Spanish Club 3, 47 Empehi News 3.
Barnard M. P. l. C.
Mary Lou Webb
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Spanish Club 47 Dancina Club 47
lr. Band l, 77 lntramural Sports 3.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon 37 Commercial Club
3, 47 Salesmanship Club 2, 3, Treas. 47 Room Chair. 3, 47
Student Ccuncil 3.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 lntrarnural Sports 3, 4.
Bonnie lean Wells
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 French Club'
3, 47 Town Meeting 47 Room Officer l7 Student Council
News Staff 4, lst Paae Ed. 47 Ouill and Scroll 4, Pres 4-
Board of Control 4.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Room Officer 2.
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 Spanish Club
2, 47 Salesmanshin Clul: 3, 4, Pres. 47 Commercial
Club 2, 3, 47 Room Officer 2, 3.
Zion Lutheran Bryant and Stratton
H S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Town Meeting 3, 47 V. E. S. E.
lj' West Pullman Chicaao Normal
.-if Rufus White
S. A.7 A. Y. L. 3, 47 Zoology Club 7 37 Swimmina Team
l, 2, 3, 47 Football Team l, 2.
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 4, Zoology Club
3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 4, A Cappella 3,
Room Officer 3, 4.
Fort Dearborn Undecided
Robert E. Williams
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Zoology Club 4, R. O. T. C. l, 2,
3, 4, lr. Band l, 2, A Cappella 4, H. R. S. G. 4. x
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Room Officer
3, Basketball Team 2, 3, Baseball Team 2, 3, intramural
Sports 3, 4.
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George Yanku my
S. A., A. Y, L. 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 4, Orchestra 2, 3. -
Fernwood Undecided 11
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S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Commercial
Club 2, 4, Salesmanship Club 4, Room Officer 3, 4,
lrtterclass Volleyball 3, 4.
Mt. Greenwood Northwestern
Roy Ballwanz Charles Moroney
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, l-l. R. S. G. 4. S. A.
Barnard U. C. L. A. St. Rita Undecided
James CUTGY Gerard A. Muyller
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4. SI AII AI YI LI 3I 4I
St. Barnabas Aeronautical U. Chssotd Undecided
Chalmer Carpenter James Rudd
S. A., Football Team l, Q, Wrestling Team 2, R. O. T. C. I I ,
l, 2, 3, 4, Officers' Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, Usher Force 3, 4, SCIIE' L' 3' 4' Track Team 4' Iowa
Athletic Guard l, 2, 3. I
Vcmderpoel gmmqo Walter A. Schissler
Williqm Driscgll CISB 3A.4Y. L. 3, 4, Football Team l. 2, 3, 4, Emblem
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, B l' L 4. u ' ' '
St. Maroaret OW mq euque Undecided Sl' Marqmel Undecided
S. A., A. Y, L. 3, 4, Room Officer 3, Swimrninc Team
Sutherland Alar ama
S. A., A. Y. L. 4 R. O. T. C. l, 1,
Club 3, 4, Baseball Team 3, 4, Golf Team l, 2, 3, 4,
Emblem Club l, Z,
Evelyn Gordon Clissold Pufdugt
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Salesmanship Club 4. ICICI! SilVeS'lJ.'Y
McCosh Vogue SI AI: AI Y, L, 3, 4,
Richard Hupe Blue Island Undecided
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 3, H. R. S. G. 4, Foot- Dorothy
ball Team 2, 4, Baseball Team 4, Emblem Club 4, Ath- SI AI
letic Guard 3, 4, intramural Sports 3, 4. I II I MII Greemvood Undecidpd
Ruth Kleeb Georqe Stack
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4, Room Officer 4. S- A-
West Pullman Unaeciaed Sf- MCITQUYGT T' C, U,
Dolores Kmze Sarah Sublette
S. A., A. Y. L. 3, 4. SI AI
Oak Lawn Michael Reese SL Benedid minojg
s. A., A. Y. L. S, 4, Fashions of the Hour 2, 3, 4- 101111 VCR Beek
Commercial Club 2, 3, Salesmanship Club 3, Dancing S. A., Room Offiver 4 Bf1Sk91k'Llll T 3: intramural
Club 2, 3, 4. Sports 3, 4.
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THE IUNE CLASS
Most Popular Girl...
Most Popular Boy...
Best Looking Girl .................. Mary Standerline
Best Looking Boy ........
Best Dressed Girl .....
Best Dressed Boy ........
Girl With Best Line ........
Boy With Best Line.
Best Girl Dancer ......
Best Boy Dancer ...................... Arthur Osborne
Most Studious Girl .................. Dorothy Shaffer
Most Studious Boy..
Most Bashful Girl ...,...................... Mary Spitler
Most Bashtul Boy .........
Most Athletic Girl .................... Frances Spence
Most Athletic Boy ..,................. Charles Correll
Girl with Best Sense of Hun'ior..Olga Cibulsky
Boy with Best Sense of Humor ..................
Most Dignitied Girl .................... Elaine Kuehne
Most Dignified Boy .................. Milton Robinson
Hungriest Girl .......................... Marette Connell
Hungriest Boy .................................. Rufus White
Best Couple .... Marjorie Hall and Geo. Steudel
Cutest Girl ...................................... Marjorie Hall
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WHO'S WHO IN THE JUNE CLASS
The Senior Class chose Robert Moore as their president and
they could not have found a more competent boy. He was editor-inschief of
the EMPEHI NEWS the second semester, superintendent of the VESB and was
president of the 4B Class and secretary of the AYL. Robert's scholastic ability
ranks With his leadership, 'nuff said.
The most honored position in the student body was held by
Mary Osborne this past year, president of the S. A. She was a class officer her
first three years and has Worked energetically in most of the committees. Her
enviable record shall long be remembered at Morgan Park.
The credit of this year's EMPEHI goes to Marcia Cruse, the
editor-in-chief. Marcia's activities were not confined to Work on the Annual
for she was also active in the Promotion Committee, Board of Control, and the
Executive Committee. She invites a successful future with her combined per-
sonality and ability.
Eugene Schobinger as Student Court Chairman held one of the
most difficult student positions which he filled with dignity and success. He Was
active in R. O. T. C., the Executive Committee and Board of Control. Eugene
could easily be termed as one cf the "shining lights" of the class.
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wenty years ago the Student Association was organized for the pur-
pose of promoting all school activities and school spirit, and to co-
ordinate all activities into one unit. During the course of twenty years
the Student Association has improved to a great extent in its organiza-
tion and program, with the help of the faculty adviser, Captain Lorentz.
This year it has been under the leadership of Mary Osborne, president:
George Flanagan, lst vice-president: loe Greenwood, 2nd vice-presi-
dent: Virginia Nichols, secretary and treasurer. The Student Court has
been under the able leadership of Eugene Schobinger. The Promotion
Committee was presided over by Frances Teninga the fall semester,
and Robert Caine the spring semester. Donald Swanberg was the
chairman of the Athletic Commission. The two honorary members were
the editors of the annual and the newspaper.
"The Hit Parade" was the theme used for the membership drive in
the fall semester. The spring semester, which was based on the
twentieth anniversary theme, the membership cards were in the form
of booklets enclosing tickets for the various attractions.
A free entertainment policy carried out by the Executive Committee
included moving pictures, an "All Sports Night," Concert and Swing
Bands, Variety Shows, evening and afternoon socials, and other forms
of varied entertainment.
The EMPEI-ll newspaper and annual are distributed to members of
the Student Association without cost. The membership included over
This year the Student Association has been very successful in pro-
moting athletic activities. Never before in the history of the Student
Association has there been such school spirit to encourage the football
and basketball teams. ln addition to the re-organization of the Social
Committee and the lnterclass Council, an all year Clean-up Committee,
for the benefit of the community and the school, was organized.
Robert Palmer ,,..,,..
Marcia Cruse ....ee.e
Marjorie Hall ..rrY,erer
Russell Treptow ssss,,sssv,,,,
Robert Caine ..o,,o,,oo
Warren Roesner ..oooo...,oooo
Robert Swift t,,..lww
lack Dinnsen ....oo..,ooo.....oo.
Dorothy Bloomauist ttt.,,,.
Ruth Poor Y,........,,,,,,,,,,.,,l,,
Mary Carr ...l,,.,,,,,,,,,,,
Barbara Mattson tt..,.r,....
Mable Rodgers .,,,,t.ll,,,.,.,
Dorothy Forsyth ,t,,,,,,,,.,,,
Frances Spence ..,o.......Y..
Arthur E. Osborne, lr ...,.
Henry Noetzel v,..,.,,,w..
lane van Gorkom .,.l,,......
lames Stiggleman l,,,t,,...
Minette Bass .,,...,,,,..
Ardell Arthur ....,.,,
Fay Trolander ....r...
lames West .,.l,,,.,
Elaine Kuehne l,,,o,
Robert Haedtler ..v,,,,,
Marie Westphal ,..,.........,
Betty Zarth ,,t...w,t,..,,,,,,,...t.
Campbell MacNeely ..l.,,
Gene Schobinger ........,,,.
RD OF CONTROL
Club Spring Semester
A Capella Cl'1Orus .....,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,r, Nancy Story
A1'11'1L1CIl w....VVV..Y,..V.YVVVVv....,,,.,,,...l, Marcia Cruse
American Youth League ,,t..... Marjorie Hall
Atl'1lGtiC Guard ..w.l.V..,,....,...i Russell Winkless
Band ........l....YVVVVYV........,,.,,,,,,, Milton Robinson
Botany Club c.,,,,...Y,.,...cccc.i,icc Dorothy Shatter
Boys' lazz Orchestra rcccY,vc,,,,,,..,,,r,, Emery Iett
Branch ...,,7....,..,,,,,..,.lc...c Mary Emily Dasher I
Business Statt ,...,,.tt.r,,,,r,,,,,, Elaine Anderson ' 'bli
Clean-up Committee cccccccccc,c,ccc lack Dinnsen ' 5 f
Commercial Club ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,,,,,,, lack Massey ' A '
Empehi News ,,,.,c..cc.,cc,...cccc..iccc Robert Moore XM yyyx t,,:g-
Fashions ot the Hour ...ccc.....,,...rc Betty Crow H Fencing Club ,o..tt...,.t,.,i,,,,,,,tl,..., loyce Simms
Flounders ,...,,,l.,,,....w,.,.tt...,w,w.. Harry Gruener
French Club .,.,,,..l,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,.t., Elaine Kuehne lhyx
omg' Glee Club ,..,..,.....tt.,,,,t,... Betty cmoii
Girls' lazz Orchestra ,,tt,,,,t.,. Frances Spence
H. R. S. G .r,r.rrr...rr...l Arthur E. Osborne, lr. '
lunior Band ,,,,,,,,,,,,rr,,,,,,,,,,,,,,........,, Hal Briggs
Latin Club r,,t,,,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,,, Edward Lauerman z
Officers' Club .........l....,r..r... Kenneth Hohhof :. A ttiy
Orchestra .o....roorrr,or,.rrr...rrrrrrrrr Shirley Allison
Pan-American Club ..,.rr.,,,..,r,,,... Carl Correa
Peppers r.,,,,,rrv,l,rrrrr,,.l r..rrr.... O lga Cibulsky ,:1lt ,-,-::.: f zzt- if,
Photo Staff .lrr.rt.rr.... r,r..,,,V H oward Dennis "'l"'l""
Ouilpen ......,,,.t,,,..i,,,,,...,,,,......... Ardell Arthur
Quill and Scroll ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Bonnie lean Wells
Salesmanship Club ,,r,,,.,l.,, Leona Lindholm
Shall We Dance? ....rr..,rr,rrrr Nancy Gregson
Stamp and Coin Club rr.......... Robert Larson
Student Court ..r.rr........oooooo Gene Schobinger
B111Bufdetf9 --'---VVVVVV,V,-,-A,-- Stage Crew ,,,,,Y,,rrrrVrrrrrrr....rlY,,.,,,r Bill Burdette
Walter Henderson ,t,,..,.. :Tau EpSilOr1 ..VVVVV-V ..rrvYV...VVVV V iTQIlT1iCI DU1'1ClOH
Helen Artug aaaaa,,,,,,,aaa4,,a,,, Town Meeting .,,...lttt.. Dorothyann lacobson
Kenneth Hohhot uAAA,,,,,,,,,, Usher Force rrrr,rrr....rr....,roooooo...l Robert Dodge
lang. MgCKjmm ,7Y7Vv,,,,,,,,,, Zoology Club ,..t,,,. ,,,,,......,.,,,. B obert Rantz
FIRST ROW: Hall, Lindholm, Spence, Nichols, Miss Condit, Flanagan, Mulberry, Correa, Wells. SECOND
ROW: Osborne, Arthur, Allison, Ekloft, Wolff. Iacobson, Simms, Crow, Carroll, Anderson, Cibulsky. THIRD
ROW: Hohhot, Massey, Gregson, Kuehne, Shaffer, Winkless, Rantz, Dundon, Story, Burdette. FOURTH
ROW: Iett, Lauerman, Briggs, Schobinqer, Moore, Dodge, Dinnsen, Cruse, Love, Robinson.
FIRST ROVV: Borton, Schultz, Johnson, Lotgren, Osborne, Capt. Lorentz, Nichols, Zarth, Fiske, Domazet,
Martin. SECOND ROW: Mitchell, Swanberg, VanEtten, Kamm, Rickert, Brashler, Redman, Clancy, Stock-
dale, Day, Nelson, Bickel, Tyler, Perry, Gunderson, THIRD ROW: Bogda, Schmitt, Schuba, Angstrom,
Bornemann, Haugebrok, Singler, Miller, Wall, Kuehne. FOURTH ROW: Noetzel, Wiberg, Carroll, Schuffert
l-lerrod, McGonigal, Mathers, Gordon, Mauer, Hoesner, Vernon.
he Student Council, composed of the chairmen of the division rooms
at Morgan Park High School, is the lower house in our Student Govern-
ment. The chairman of the Student Council, is the Student Association
president, Mary Osborne. The faculty adviser is Captain Lorentz. lt is
through the Student Council that the program prepared by the Executive
Committee for the students, is approved. lt is the council's duty to
legislate for the benefit of the school,
The Student Council has proved to be of real value to the Student
Association by promoting its membership, co-operating with the newly-
organized Clean-up Committee, improving the conduct in the Assembly
Hall, and aiding in the Safety campaign.
The Student Council meets only when there is sufficient business,
and therefore has no regular time of meeting. Many helpful suggestions
have been made by the members in regards to the activities of the
Student Association. Through these suggestions and criticisms, the
Executive Committee of the Student Association has been better able
to offer to the students a great variety of entertaining assemblies, and
many unusual attractions. The Student Council is an important part
of the Student Government, for it is through them the Student Asso-
ciation is better able to contribute to the general Welfare of the students.
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FIRST ROW: Moore, Heuurdn, Custer,
Nrchols, Mrs, Schochxlre, Lguermon, Bert-
hold, Bloomgutst, D. Moore, SECOND ROW:
Morton, Gregson, Mortrmer, Clarke, Stearns,
Yfurrnsteclt, Tones, Dundon, Srrrth, Tenrnrrz.
FIRST ROW: Mrles, Anderson, Cruse, Rontz,
Caine, Geary, Pearson, Adams, Grossmgrm.
SECOND ROW: Berthold, Vcmlitten, Adams,
Foote, Schenk, Loving, Teningo, MocKimm,
Drmkwoter, Lomoree, THIRD ROW: Stearns,
Kcrmmerer, Hutchins, McCumber, Dundon,
Pugh, Borchers, Robrnson, Guscorgne, Tozor,
FIRST ROW: Berthold, Howe, Cruse, Dinn-
sen, Pullotr, Mr. Meyers, Heodlgnd, Vcrn
Etten, Grossmonn, Murray. SECOND ROW:
Foote, Snrp, Whlte, Mrles, Moore, Hooper,
Anderson, Orr, Rupp, Aoskod, Sorgentrel,
Drlnkwoter, Palmer, Dodge. THIRD ROW:
Custer, Gregson, Loving, Mulberry, MCA
Curnher, Borchers, Henning, Mordue, Scott,
Mgclirmm, Robrnson, Idckson.
Left to Right: Snip, Dodge, Gregson,
Scholmnger, Anderson, Lgmoroe, Dmnsen.
FIRST ROW: Lidster, O'Connor, Bennis, Standerlme, Story, Mrs. Hartle, Palmer Andrews, Woods,
Berqstedt. SECOND ROW, H dl d
' ea an , Mikesell, Schultz, Colombel, Billheimer, Bogon, Hughes, Tweed
Christly, Carter, Hall. THIRD ROW: Pugh, Henning, Nelson, Clemorn, Walther, Winters, Blevins, Richardson
Mulberry, Barmore, Brantner. FOURTH ROW: Kehoe, Mullen, Iackson, Nebel, Hempenius, Hobe, Snip,
Guest, Hedrick, Willer, Greattinger.
A CAPELLA CHORUS
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he A Cappella Chorus under the able leadership of Mrs. Bernice
Hartle is in its fifth year as an organization of Empehi. Organized for
the purpose of promoting musical appreciation and Vocal harmony it
continues to hold a definite phase in the school's activities.
Any student who has completed, with credit, two semesters of music
is eligible for membership in this organization. There were more than
lUU young people who enjoyed the privileges of this unique pursuit in
music this past year.
On the last day before Christmas vacation, in keeping with the
Empehi tradition, the A Cappella Chorus and the Girls' Glee Club
participated in the Christmas assembly as well as singing numerous
Christmas carols in the halls of the building throughout the morning.
The chorus in collaboration with the other musical organizations of our
school, presented the annual spring musical production at Blackwelder
The officers for the fall semester were: Robert Palmer, president,
Letty Rae Huber, vice-president and Marylin Martin, secretary. Those
officers elected for the spring semester were: Nancy Story, president,
Bud Tozar, vice-presidentg Mary Standerline, secretary, and Robert
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he members of the Annual Staff did not tie themselves down
to the standards set by former years when they began work on
the year-book. We started work on the annual earlier than ever
before with new ideas and higher aims. There has been an
excited buzz coming from 3l5V2 since the beginning of the school
year, the home of our own "EMPEHl".
The staff has been unusually large this year with most en-
thusiastic members. Marcia Cruse, our very competent editor'
in-chief, was assisted by Barbara Miles, literary editor: Betsey
Morton, art editor, Art Osborne, sports editor, and Elaine Ander-
son, business manager. Due to the new ruling by the Board of
Control the office of treasurer was added, George Stearns and
Charles Wurmstedt jointly filling this position. Much of the credit
of the annual should go to Mrs. Cella, our faculty adviser.
The purpose of the Annual this year was to show Morgan
Park life in an informal way. The photo-staff was most obliging
in helping us to carry out our plan. The write-ups have been
short and snappy, the color on the pages most attractive, and our
friendly little "Guppy" adds the necessary humorous touch.
The Student Association, on its 20th anniversary, joined the
Staff in presenting to you the outstanding Annual of l939!
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FIRST ROW: Johnson, Custer, Stearns, Wurmstedt, Anderson, Mrs. Celia, Cruse, Miles, Morton, Osborne.
SECOND ROW: Browere, Adams, Tatqe, Gillogly, Stanton, Sorgentrei, White, Lidster, Smith, Akenhead,
Orr, Anderson, Cashman. THIRD ROW: Drake, Rupp, Pugh, Ruff, Nebel, Abbott, Theile, B. Dinnsen,
I. Dinnsen, Connell, Mordue, MacKimrn.
AMERICAN YOUTH LEAGUE
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he American Youth League has just concluded its third year as an
Empehi organization, and is one of the foremost clubs in our school.
Founded in l936 by Dr. Eston V. Tubbs, the American Youth League
Was begun as a movement to awaken the interest of students in rights
and privileges that they enjoy as citizens of the United States.
The purposes of the American Youth League are fourfold: to ac-
quaint students with their heritage as American citizens, to encourage
students to know their own country: to help students understand civic
righteousness, and to create in the students a proper appreciation of
what other people of the world have done by way of contributing
toward human progress, culture and civilization.
For the past year, the A. Y. L. has been led by Marjorie Hall, presi-
dent, Bob Dinnsen, vice-president, Robert Moore and Walter Henderson,
secretaries, and Ardell Arthur, treasurer. The cabinet also includes the
five committee chairmen who assist in the organization's activities,
The sales committee headed by Barbara Miles, conducted the semi-
annual sale of membership cards and pins, and the sale of movie
tickets for "judge Hardy's Children." Dorothy Forsyth, heading the
program committee, arranged interesting monthly meetings. Of these
programs, the students most enjoyed "Crinoline and Candlelight," a
play given by the cabinet in commemoration of George Washingtori's
birthday, and the stirring movie "The River." Marilyn Martin and the
expansion committee arranged spirited programs to be given in other
schools. Harold Kammerer took charge of the pamphlet distribution as
head of the supply committee.
Looking back on a prosperous year, and facing a bright future the
American Youth League feels it is well on the way to success.
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he Botany Club had a highly successful year during the fall and
spring semester of l938-39. Guided by the interest and helpfulness of
their faculty adviser, Miss Marie l-loyler, the members succeeded in
everything they attempted. Miss Hoyler kindly accepted the position
in September, l938, when it seemed as if the organization might be
discontinued for a year during the sabbatical leave of its regular
adviser Miss Genevieve Monsch.
The principal aim of the club during the year was, of course, to
bring lovers of nature together and give them an outlet for their con-
tinued interest in botany after completing the course. Many interesting
and educational meetings were planned by the program chairmen:
Lucille Loving and Barbara Armstrong in the fall, and continued by
lune Moll and Lois Smith in the spring. A trip to the Garfield Park
chrysanthemum show and a fall flower show at the school, two annual
affairs, had their place in the program.
Marion Peterson led the club in its activities during the fall semester.
Other officers were Betty Soderstrom, vice-presidentg Betty Barmore,
secretary, and Dorothy Shaffer, treasurer. in the spring installation the
office of president was given to Dorothy Shaffer: that of vice-president
to Shirley Bolton: secretary, Gloria Bogan, and treasurer, Betty Barmore.
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FIRST ROW: O'Connor, Powers, Bogan, Barmore, Miss Hoyler, Shatter, Bolton, Cook, Bannon, Miller.
SECOND ROW: Garretson, Brown, Stanyer, Loving, Ericson, Kendall, Armstrong, Brewers, Soderstrom,
Rehr, Ferger, Hawk. THIRD ROW: Martinson, Shirey, Outhouse, V. Loving, Smith, Agren, Miles, Vaniitte
Roos, Sheehan, Moll, FOURTH ROW: Mikeseil, Christensen, Greattmger, Spiers, Willer, Hack, Whit
Morgan, Pratt, Ecklund, Fischer, Anderson, Krauss.
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he Business Staff is an indispensable organization created prine
cipally to lend financial support to the EMPEHI NEWS. Through
the soliciting of advertisements, sufficient revenue is raised to make
possible a weekly publication of four pages.
ln addition to the responsibility of distribution of the papers
to the teachers and students Within the school, members of the
staff are appointed to handle the sending of papers to various
other schools and individuals on the exchange list. The list is
limited to approximately fifty subscribers.
ln November representatives were sent both from the editorial
and the business staff to the National Scholastic Press Association
Convention in Indianapolis, lndiana. As a result several of the
advertising projects suggested at the convention proved to be suc-
With the aid of Mrs. Dorothy Cella the Business Staff has been
under the supervision of Elaine Anderson who acted as business
manager for both fall and spring semesters. Debby Moore and
Betsy Henning filled the position of assistant business manager
for the fall and spring terms respectively? lane Macliimm, as audi-
tor for both semesters, took charge of the billing of advertisers.
ln the spring she was assisted by Betty Berthold. Eunice Iohnson
has been copy writer for both semesters and Audrey Flint, ex-
change manager. Iohn Conwell, who worked last semester under
the direction of Beinette Hall, took over the position of circulation
manager, the second semester lean Spence, loanne Nicholas and
Betty Orr were his associates.
ne of the most active organizations in school is the Commercial
Club. lt has a three fold purpose: to render service to the school not
only through the Students' Exchange but by furnishing commercial
work to any teacher or clubq to give the students a broader aspect to Lf , .,"'
the business world: to provide more social life for commercial students.
The club was organized by Mrs. Ruth Schachtlie, business manager f T
of the club. Miss Lillian Weislander takes care of the social activities.
Students taking commercial subjects are eligible to join.
Each semester the club goes on a tour. The tours for this year were
to the First Continental Bank and the Monarch Food Company. Parties 'L "E
at school made up a majority of the social calendar. Z
Every semester ten per cent of the Students' Exchange earnings are
donated to the general school fund. ln the fall, stop watches, filing
cabinets and donations to several funds were given to Empehi. Twenty-
five dollars was awarded to Henrietta Fisher, a commercial student, the
valedictorian of the February class. hmm
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Mack, treasurer, and Robert Hughes, sergeant-at-arms. The spring
semester officers were: lack Massey, president, Beatrice Stockdale, vice-
presidentg Lois Wirtschoreck, secretaryy Pearl Tatro, treasurer, and
Arthur Neff, sergeant-at-arms.
FIRST ROW: Pond, Iohansen, Bloomquist, Mack, Massey, Miss Viletslander, Tatro, Neff, Wirtschoreck,
Stockdale. SECOND ROW: DePue, Hermann, Chapman, Reinhardt, Fashbaugh, Powers, Sorensen, Fardy,
Mork, Carlson, Agren. THIRD ROW: Fiske, Hahn, Palmer, Eldridge, McDonald, Neison, Perry, Dehninq,
Hannemann, Bloom, Strombeck, Gruener. FOURTH ROW: Burton, Westphal, A. Utreick, Hoe-per, Larson,
Ulreick, Dillon, Telander, Hughes, Mathiesen, Harm, Fisher.
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nce again, members of the EMPEHI NEWS staff have striven to give
the students of Morgan Park high school a first class scholastic paper.
Ruth Poor took over the editor's desk in the fall of 1938 and carried
on the enviable record of previous semesters. She was succeeded by
Bobert Moore, who led the staff through the spring semester. Both
editors were aided by the help and co-operation of Miss Alma Bauman,
faculty adviser, while Ruth also had the valuable help of a second
adviser, Miss Mary Nealon.
As a member of the National Scholastic Press Association, EMPEI-ll
NEWS was represented at the l7th Annual N. S. P. A. Convention at
lndianapolis, Indiana, held in early November. Ruth Poor was sent by
the News staff and Elaine Anderson represented the Business staff.
The Annual and the Quill and Scroll chapter of Empehi also sent
ln the annual Writing tournament of the Greater Chicago Scholastic
Press Guild, of which the EMPEI-ll NEWS is a member, the paper made
several entries in both the submitted material and extemporaneous
division. Fourteen members of the paper competed in the externpora-
neous contest, held on McKinlock Campus of Northwestern University
The appearance and interest of the l939 EMPEI-ll NEWS was greatly
enhanced by pictures, cartoons, crossword puzzles and other cuts of
various types. Largely responsible for this was the Business staff,
whose hard work in securing extensive advertising made it financially
possible for the newspaper to use more cuts. lt was under the leader-
ship of Elaine Anderson, and Mrs. Dorothy Cella, faculty adviser.
Representatives from both Business and News staffs were sent to
the Medill Press Conference at Northwestern University in Evanston.
Editor-in-Chief ,,,,..,., ---w,.,,,,,--w, R Ot-,eff Moore
FlI'Si PCIQQ Editor ,,,,, ,,..--,, B Onnie 35511 Wells
Assistant ,.....,,,.,,.. VV,Y,,Y,,,,,Y,---------V,- P fed Hobg
Second Page Editor X,,,,, YVYYVV,YYA,YY,YV,Y,-A-YY.----- R uth Poor
Assistant ..-.-,...., ,,,,,,,, D orothy Lou Waggoner
Third Page Editor ,,,,,,, Aw,,,,,,,YY,V,,VV,,A, E lame Kuehng
Assistant VY........ .,,,,,,.,,,,,.........., R uth Brunet
SIJOUS Editor ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,v,,,,,,,,,,V D on Swqnbefg
ASSlSlGl'lt ............,,... ....,, , ,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,A,A, ,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, E l W ood Shaffer
Proof and Copy Readers ,,,,...,..,,, ,,,,,A,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Y,,AAA,,,,,,,, B l ake Hooper in charge, Q, 7 4 "": l'
Dorothy Winters, Mary Crocker, Betty lohnson, Lorayne Lipsker, lean Ann Y
Murray, Dorothy Shatter, Edith Thompson, Marjory Crowder, A X I I
Chief of Headline Writers .,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, ,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, B e tty Soderstrom Q
Exchange .,... ,...,,,,,,,,,.,,....i,.,, ...r, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,i,,,,,,,,,,i,,,,,,,... L o i s Staftelbach
Chaft .,,,,,....... ,.,.. .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,r,, M a rgaret lean Sheahan A nlli
Do Tell v,,,,,,,,,, ,,.,., ,,.,,,..,,Y.,,,,,,..,..,,,,,,,,.t M a rjorie Konecky
Assistants ,,,,,,, ,,,.,,..,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,.,,....,,..,, M arjorie Bronson, Cornelia Slel-'DOS
Star Reporters ..........,V,,,Y,.Y.,,.......,,Y,,Yi.iV,......................VVV.......,...,........vVV...... Marjorie Hall,
Marjorie Konecky, Margaret I. Sheahan, lean Shields, Betty Soderstrom
Staff Reporters ......,,..........,,,,,..,,.,,.,......,,,,,i,.,,,,.,t..,..,.t,.,.,.. Molly Abbott, William Bell,
Bill Blevins, Marion Bloom, Mary Crocker, Ethel Fashloaugh, lean Hatfield, "':l:i 5 v,.,l.
Blake Hooper, Bonnie Howieson, lohn Tolly, Erie Iones, Alan Koukalik, 'l5"fjl5f5iEg2
Lorayne Lipsker, Marcella Matthews, Patsy McCune, Robert Quast, Ruth
Reichert, Robin Robinson, Charles Savidis, Dorothy Shaffer, Seymour sift' I
Sherman, Cornelia Slebos, Warren Smith, George Stearns, Bill Thomas, -l ---'-'
Edith Thompson, Fay Trolander, Dorothy Winters, Virginia Coburn, Marian
Knapp, Olga Cibulsky ' ESSEX
Typists ...,..,.,,,,,..,...,,...,, Shirley Allison, Marion Bloom, Lorraine Calder, Margaret ,rh. ,KN
Clements, Ethel Fashbaugh, Georgia Hough, lean Meyers, David Watt G7 N
Art Staff ........,,,,,...........,,,,,,,....... Herb Jacobson, Robin Robinson, Bernard Wanaggs fz, ,,,., .,,,,.,,,,., A , ..:- 5 W
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Business Manager ,,,,,,,.... ,.., ,,,......,,,,,,,,..,,....,,,.,.,,,, ..,., , . E laine Anderson
Asst. Business Manager ,,.... .....,,,.. B etsy Henning
Copy Writer ,.....,.,.,,,,,,,.,,.., ,,,, Eunice lohnson
Assistant ,,,i,,i,,,,,,,,, ,......, D ebby Moore
Circulation Manager ,,,,,, ....,, I ohn Conwell
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Business Staff ,,i..i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i.....,.,,,,..,........ Beverly Akenhead, Dorothy Deufel,
Elaine Ferger, Glorea Fitzgerald, Dorcas Gallivan, Helen Hawk, Evaline
Howell, Marilyn l-lurron, Audrae lones, Barbara Mattson, Barbara Miles,
Ioanne Marilyn Peters, Kay Piper, Ruth Rohr, Suzanne Schenk, Dorothy
Schmidt, Nancy Swearingen, Ken Vernon, Shirley Wacholz
Business Staff Adviser ....,,,,,.......,,Y,........Y,,YY..,.,....,...,,,,.......,,,,,,......, MTS. DOrOthy Cello
FlRST ROW: Sherman, McCune, Burnet, Wells Moore, Miss Bauman, Poor, Kuehne, Swcrnberg, Waggener,
Hobe, SECOND ROW: Staitelback, Murray, Davis, Sheahan, Thompson, Iohnson, Hatfield, Hall, Fashbaugh
Reichert, Soderstrom, Konecky, Winters, Allison, Knapp. THIRD ROW: Shatter, Calder, Ouast, Wanagas
Blevins Bronson, Coburn, Trolander, Meyers, Koukalik, Iones, Hooper, Bloom, Cibulsky. FOURTH ROW
Stearns? Caldwell, Shatter, Lipsker, Slebos, Abbott, lacobson, Bell, Thomas, Smith, Hough, Crowder,
FIRST ROW: Stanton, Burke, Goede, Powers, Patterson, Miss Greenfield, Crow, Hough, Berger, Pacatte,
Grossmann, Milord. SECOND ROW: Lander, Elliott, Shirey, Provancha, Maisel, Fashbaugh, Armstrong,
Loving, Lidster, Retzel, Dix, Iohnson, Glass, Malinsky, Nickels, Martenson, Sheehan, Bogan. THIRD ROW:
Bartosk, Umhofer, Ewing, Moll, Sorgentrei, Gillogly, Allison, Potts, Moeller, Fiske, Tatro, Rickert, Browere,
Simms, Outhouse, Moore, McDowell. FOURTH ROW: Goforth, Sorman, Walter, Hawkins, Nebel, Friel,
Willer, Froemke, H. Armstrong, Barnes, Carr, Davidson, Starz, Taylor, Bloom, Pemberton.
S OF THE HOUR
he Fashions of the Hour Club has completed its third successful year
under the supervision of Miss Helen Greenfield, the club's sponsor since
Fashions ot the Hour was organized to promote an interest in sewing
among Morgan Park High girls. To be eligible tor membership one
must have had one semester of sewing and be taking the second
semester. The club meets regularly on alternate Mondays in the social
Among the various activities oi the club this past year have been
to sponsor a Bow Sale and a successful movie with the A. Y. L. at the
Beverly Theatre. Miss Imogene Lapp, representing the School Sewing
Service oi New York, gave two style shows to all Empehi girls at
special assemblies, one in the tall semester and one in the spring.
Members of the club modeled all the clothes shown.
Each year the girls ot the sewing classes give a style show in which
they model the clothes they have made. This style show was presented
lune l3 to both the student body and the Parent-Teacher Association.
The otiicers oi the fall semester were Mary Carr, president: Betty
Crow, vice-presidentg Nancy Ewing, secretary, and Thelma Donop,
treasurer. Spring semester oiticers were Betty Crow, presidenty
lacgueline Berger, vice-presidentg Elaine Patterson, secretary, and
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LE CERCLE FRANCAIS
he purpose of Le Cercle Francais is to give the members an oppor-
tunity to become better acquainted with the customs and language of
the French people.
With this aim in view the club, guided by Miss Beulah L. Kemp,
holds bi-monthly meetings, which are conducted in French, and at
which members take part in games and songs, and listen to interesting
addresses by outside speakers. Among these guest speakers were:
Miss Helen Griswold, who showed movies she had taken in France,
Maurice Landis, president of the French club at Hyde Park high school,
who spoke on the French Expositiong Madame Emily Starz, who at the
semi-annual Mothers' Tea, spoke on French education and customs.
Meetings, which gave an opportunity for creative expression, included
a dramatic program and a musical program consisting of vocal solos
from French operas and piano solos by French composers.
The French club presented two assemblies: first a movie, the second
a sketch representing American tourists at a sidewalk cafe, being
entertained by French country folk.
The officers for the fall semester were Mabel Rodger, president:
Betsey Morton first vice-president, Elaine Kuehne, second vice-president,
lane Morgan, secretary: Rosalie Phillips, treasurer. For the spring sem-
ester: Elaine Kuehne, president: Frances Teninga, first vice-president:
lean Ann Murray, second vice-presidentg Virginia Tweed, secretary:
Betsey Morton, treasurer.
FIRST ROW: Allison, Naylor, Anderson, Tweed, Kuehne, Miss Kemp, Murray, Morton, Slebos, deCrespigny,
Wallace, Cruse. SECOND ROW: Potts, Soderstrom, Dix, Andre, Spence, Powers, Thompson, Geary, Loving,
Armstrong, Konecky, Wells, Iacobson, Miles. THIRD ROW: Doran, Ewing, Rogan, Winters, Teninga,
V. Loving, Umhofer, Shirley, Martinson, Sheehan, Ekloff, Wachter, Richardson, McCune. FOURTH ROW
Taylor, MacKimm, Iacobs, Nelson, Burnet, Smith, Huber, Poor, Crowder, DeEeukelear, Davidson, Spiers,
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FIRST ROW: Davies, Schleicher, Champion, Clancy, Miss Fischer, Gruener, Headlter, Feeney, Crow, Kohplelt.
SECOND ROW: Botel, Winketmann, O'Connor, Skevlin, Knapp, Young, Dormitzer, Flaws, Crapser, Williams,
Schau, Chapman, Harris, Koch. THIRD ROW: Nelson, Ralston, Skrivan, Dueshop, Talbert, McDonald, DeBus,
Carts, Grundman, Wells, Giller, Woods, Hansen, Pruter, Colombel. FOURTH ROW: Carlin, Punter, Hummel,
Tocque, Radz, Fitch, Callahan, Maurer, Nierman, Schwickrath, Berg, Barnes, Hagebusch, Stewart, Hillstrom,
Turloy, Gentleman, Patterson.
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or the benefit of bewildered freshmen, the Flounders, now one of
the largest clubs in the school, was started. Miss Fischer, with the
splendid co-operation of the Flounders' first president, Barbara
Wallace, founded this club in the spring of l937. The name
"Plounders" which was suggested by Barbara and Mrs. Wallace
means to orientate the new incoming freshmen.
The purpose of the club is to make the new members of our
school feel that they have a part in the organization of our busy
school and that they belong here. We also try to acquaint them
with the many different clubs and organizations.
At each meeting we try to have a representative from the
various clubs, The Student Court, or the Student Association to
explain the functions and purposes of their individual clubs. We
also have entertainment in form of freshmen talent. The playing
of the accordion and piano, singing, and dramatic ability have
been found among our members. Refreshments, planned by the
social committee, also add to the enjoyment of all our meetings.
All members of the Student Association are eligible to become
a member of the Flounders provided they are still in their fresh-
man year. The club's membership at the present time is about
The officers for the fall semester were Fay Baker, presidentg
Lois Adams, vice-presidentg and Frank Kunkel as secretary-treas-
urer. Those officers elected for the spring semester were l-larry
Gruener, president, Marjorie l-leadtler, vice-president, and lanet
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
he girls have completed another successful year under the able
leadership of Mrs, Bernice Hartle. The purpose of the Girls' Glee
Club is to promote choral Work for the better understanding of
The club represents the school in vocal productions, contests,
and entertainments. Any Student Association member may obtain
membership in this club by passing the vocal test given by the
instructor in music. One must have two credits in music exclusive
of the band before she will be admitted.
During the fall semester the girls entered the city wide contest
in which they sang "Children of the Moon" by Elinor Remick War-
ren, and "ln the Bleak MidWinter" by Katherine K. Davis. In the
spring semester the girls participated in the first Chicago high
school music festival in which they sang "Prelude" by Landon
Ronald, "Thanks Be To God" by Stanley Dickson, "My Master
Hath A Garden" by Armstrong Gibbs, "Children of the Moon"
by Elinor Bemick Warren and "Valley of Dreams" by Percy E.
Officers of the fall semester Were: Dorothy Forsyth, president:
Mary Iayne Geary, vice-president: Mary Standerline, secretary,
and Rosalie Phillips, treasurer. Those of the spring semester Were:
Betty Carroll, president, Mary layne Geary, vice-president, Mary
Lamoree, secretary, and Frances Teninga, treasurer.
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FIRST ROW: Dix, Hershberg, O'Connor, Forsyth, Standerline, Mrs. Hartle, Geary, Carroll, Lamoree, Gaus,
Spitler, Waggener, Cruse. SECOND ROW: Calder, Hough, Colombel, Davis, Repp, Iohnson, Welsh, Cook,
Loving, Armstrong, Potts, Headland, V. Loving, Miles, Mulberry, Schenk, Taylor, Elliot. THIRD ROW.
Berger, Crockett, Benner, Hoigard, Knapp, Crows, Pemberton, Mikesell, Davis, Radius, Trolander, Coburn,
Morton, Whitman, Abbott, H. Armstrong. FOURTH ROW: Smith, Stoker, Connell, Danolic, Nelson, Roesner,
Scott, Anderson, Davidson, Melton, Mathisen, Paige, Murray, Morton, H., Iacobs, Gunderson, Spiers,
Mathiesen, Slebos, Huber.
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FIRST ROW: Freidkickson, Sherman, Thiele,
R. Wall, Mrs. Celia, Osborne, H. Wall,
Smith, Drake. SECOND ROW: Nichols,
Hayn, Scott, Berton, Seger, Texter. THIRD
ROW: Bonitz, Froemke, White, Lowery,
Williams, Harlow, Crocker, Robinson, G11-
he Human Relations Service Guild was organized during the fall
semester from the Human Relations class and it is one of the latest clubs
to be admitted to the Board of Control.
The purpose of this organization is to establish and promote charit-
able activities throughout the school and community. To become a
member one must take the Human Relations course. The officers, Art
Osborne president Russell Wall vice-president, Barbara Thiele, treas-
urer and Helen Wall secretary have worked very hard in promoting
it These students held office for two semesters because the club was
not organized until late in the fall but hereafter officers shall be elected
twice a year. The membership this year has been very large amounting
to about sixty in number. Mrs. Dorothy Cella is the sponsor of the club.
The Christmas Drive the purpose of which is to collect food, old toys
and clothes for needy families and the lnfantile Paralysis Drive were
sponsored by this club. The drives this year have been more successful
than in previous years. The Guild joined with the Clean-up Committee
in the spring to help with the Annual Hose Sale.
The H. H. S. G. is comprised of a Wide awake group of students and
you can expect more activity from it in the future after the fine start it
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has made this year.
s one of Empehi's three language clubs, the Latin Club has a definite
purpose. lt is to give its members a better idea of the language and
customs of the ancient Romans.
To become a member of it, a pupil must be studying third or fourth
year Latin or have passed his 2B semester with the grade of 85 or
year, in April, to celebrate the anniversary of the club's organization 3
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and the founding of Rome. The Latin Club, along with the French and
Spanish clubs, sponsored an assembly during the fall semester, at
which travel movies were shown.
Miss Cora Petty, the club's adviser, has brought the club success-
fully through another year. There are now about fifty members. The
officers for the fall semester were: lane van Gorkom, first consul:
Edward Lauerman, second consul: Edward Mortimer, scribe: Barbara
Mulberry, quaestor, and Charlotte Bossi, chairman of the Ways and
Means Committee. The spring semester officers were: Edward Lauer-
man, first consul: Nancy Gregson, second consul, Betty Headlancl,
scribe, Edward Mortimer, quaestor, and Campbell MacNeely, chairman
of the Ways and Means Committee.
FIRST ROW: Depew, Tweed, Palmer, Mulberry, Gregson, Miss Petty, Mrs. Hecht, Lauerman, Headland,
Mortimer, Zarth. SECOND ROW: Davis, Wark, Domazet, Cook, Wolff, Oudshoff, Nutt, Bannon, Hoiqard,
Hayes, Aldrich. THIRD ROW: Forsyth, Willer, Whitman, Greattinger, Teninqa, Lee, McDougal, Day
Conquest, Lipsker, Whitcomb. FOURTH ROW: Bingham, White, Clarke, Marchett, MacNeely, Crockett,
Smith, Mehn, Noetzel.
The Band, under the leadership of
Captain Guy D. Hartle, has completed
an eventful year. During the year they
played for the majority of the assem-
blies presented at the school and were
an eminent attraction in the school prof
ln the city band contest, the Concert
Band received a superior rating. ln the
city solo contest nine members entered
and four of them received a superior
rating. They were: Warren Ewert, clare
inetg lean Spence, truiripety Shirley
Slcrivan and Norman Erickson, baton
twirlers. They will represent us in the
national solo contest.
During the fall semester, through the
assistance of the Banstra Association,
uniforms were purchased by the mem-
bers which added to the appearance of
The Concert Band participated in the
music festival which Was held at the
lnternational Amphitheatre on March
28, 29, 30, l939.
A Band member is eligible for a
major letter if he has completed seven
semesters and has served as an officer
or librarian for one semester, or if he
has Won a city solo contest.
The officers during the first semester
were: president, Robert Caineg vice-
president, Warren Roesnerp treasurer,
lean Gregory, and secretary, Helen
Morton. For the second semester the
officers were: president, Milton Robin-
song vice-president, Warren Pioesnerg
treasurer, Ted Hatfield: secretary, lean
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Captain Guy D. l-lartle, has been suc-
cessful in giving the students an oppor-
tunity to display their talents and to give
them a better appreciation and under-
standing of music.
Last fall the Band and Orchestra
sponsored a movie at the Beverly thea-
tre, the proceeds of which were used to
buy new music and repair school instru-
Every year the Orchestra plays at the
Commencement exercises, plays in the
spring production and takes an active
part in the Parent-Teachers' Association
This year the Band and Orchestra
played in the Chicago Public School
Music Festival which was held at the
International Amphitheatre, March 28,
29, 30. This was the first time that the
city high schools had held such a festi-
All members of the Orchestra are
eligible for a maior letter after they have
completed seven semesters of instru-
The officers of the full semester were:
Minette Bass, president: Robert von Beh-
ren, vice-president, Shirley Allison, sec-
retary: and Ted Brashler, treasurer. The
officers for the spring semester were as
follows: Shirley Allison, presidentg Fran-
ces Spence, vice-president, Loring Cox,
secretary, and l-larry Plowe, treasurer.
FIRST ROW: Allison, Hewes, MacNeely, Arthur, Miss Holland, Miss Brown, Correa, Ecklund, McGoniqal,
Dinnsen. SECOND ROW: Olsen, Spence, Jones, Doran, Werterneyer, Ellis, O'Connor, Reichert, Gillogly,
Sheahan, Bloomquist, Barry, Lees, Dix, Hatfield, THIRD ROW: Stockdale, Erantner, MacKimm, Taylor,
Kistner, McDonald, Massias, Ewing, Scott, Standerline, Belikan, Hawkins, Mordue, Stewart, Lipsker.
FOURTH ROW: Hite, Custer, Shaffer, Schrader Westphal, Thomas, Smith, Williams, Watt, May, l. Dinnsen,
Bingham, Reade, Wirtschoreck, Harm, Rantz, Olsen, Tweed.
ince its recent affiliation with the Student Pan-American League, the
Pan-American Club of Morgan Park has found the students have more
interest in its activities. Among these are numbered the yearly sale of
doughnuts, the advertising and showing of movies depicting Hispanic
life and customs, and correspondence with students in other countries
of the continents.
The "razon de ser" of the Pan-American League is to promote under-
standing, good feeling and the All-American spirit among the North and
South American nations. The club was duly entered and chartered on
December 8, l938, and has since sent delegates to the regular meetings
downtown and allied themselves with the league in a number of their
Under the leadership of Ardell Arthur, president in the fall semester
and Carl Correa in the spring semester and the guidance of Miss Mary
F. Holland, the adviser, the new Pan-American society has made great
strides in better understanding the need for tolerance and broadminded-
ness in keeping that peace on the Western continents that is so sadly
lacking in Europe, The other officers for the fall semester Were: Camp-
bell MacNeely, lst vice-presidentg Georgia Hough, 2nd vice-president,
Mary Ann Hewes, treasurer, and Robert Dinnsen, treasurer. Those who
held office in the spring were: Mary Ann Hewes, vice-president: Shirley
Allison, 2nd vice-president: Louise Eklund, secretary and Bob Mc-
gt "-- 1
s the third Week of September of 1938 rolled around EMPEHI
saw the dawn of a new clubethe Peppers. Through the efforts
of Bud Rantz and Olga Cibulsky a constitution was drawn up and
accepted by the Board of Control. Mrs. Claribel Balsdon spon-
sored this organization, the aim of which is to give EMPEI-lI'S ath-
letic teams moral support as they fight on the gridiron.
Fay Trolander, president: lanet Inwood, vice-president, lane
Strombeck, treasurer, and Olga Cibulsky, secretary were the club's
first officers. The second semester Olga Cibulsky was elected
president: lanet Hill, vice-president: Verna Leuder, treasurer, and
Barbara Davis, secretary.
The girls wore white sweat shirts and dark skirts as uniforms.
Under Bud Rantz, master of drill, the Peppers gave cheers and
executed drills at the gridiron games. Their little mascot, Pepper,
a Yorkshire terrier, contributed his share of pep.
Since there were no football games to attend during the second
semester, the main object of the club was to build up the treasury.
To do this, a number of money making enterprises were held. lt
was during the spring semester that the club gave its first creative
assembly, which consisted of talent found by the Peppers.
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FIRST ROW: Monson, Armstrong, Cibulsky, Mrs. Balsdon, Rantz, Davis, Lueder, Domazet, Bogda. SECOND
ROW W' k l L' Sh h T t Cl Bo h an Lawson Sem revivo R ' Hershber er Burke
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THIRD ROW: Stevens, Handbury, Boylan, Krause, A. Armstrong, Sorensen, Shaw, Hahn, Agren, Winkel-
mann, F., Burke. FOURTH ROW: Chapman, Nagler, Skrivan, Linaweaver, Hill, Strombeck, Barr, Atkins,
Crane, Carlson, Ianks, Mork, Shivlin.
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he photo staff of Empehi has done much to promote school inter-
est. During the past semester the stati has taken several Color
movies, photographed each freshman separately for the oitice rec-
ords, taken all of the division pictures and candid shots for the
annual, done copy and printinq work, photographed the S. A.
entertainments, and taken pictures used hy the Empehi News.
Mr, A. Royal Gay is the iaculty adviser and Howard Dennis
The Visual Education Service Bureau is a newly formed depart-
ment oi Empehi which has charae of all visual education work
in the school and all equipment is in their care.
QUILL AND SCROLL
he Morgan Park Chapter of Quill and Scroll, Which is the lnter-
national Honorary Society for l-ligh School lournalists, was represented
at two national press conferences and entered a number of city and
nation-Wide contests in addition to regular school activities during the
school year l938-39.
Four club members attended the National Scholastic Press Associa-
tion Convention in lndianapolis in November. Fourteen delegates at-
tended the Seventh Annual Medill Conference at Northwestern Univer-
sity during spring vacation.
Contests entered included the bi-monthly contests of Quill and Scroll
society, the Greater Chicago Scholastic Press Guild Association Sub-
mitted and Extemporaneous contest, and the Scholastic Magazine
The biggest project each semester is the editing and sale of the
EMPEI-ll Bulletin. lt is from this sale that the club obtains all money
for its treasury. The concluding event of the year Was the annual press
banquet held late in May.
Miss Alma Bauman is sponsor of the society.
Officers for the fall semester were Robert Headtler, president, Mabel
Rodger, vice-president, Elaine Anderson, secretary, and Mary Ann
Hewes, treasurer. ln the spring semester the officers were president,
Bonnie Iean Wells, vice-president, Elaine Anderson, secretary, Robin
Robinson, and treasurer, Ruth Burnet.
FIRST ROW: Moore, Headtler, Anderson, Miss Bauman, Wells, Robinson, Burnet, Cruse. SECOND ROW:
MacKimm. Sheahan, Thompson, Waggener, Shaffer, Hewes, Hall, Soderstrom, Konecky, Berthold, Iohnson.
THIRD ROW: Shaffer, D., Matthews, Kuehne, Hooper, Poor, Hobe, Abbott, Slebos, Naylor, Henning,
ew organizations in the Morgan Park high schobl
are so responsible for the maintenance of a high
standard of efficiency and dependability as is its
Stage Crew. This group, composed of young men
in the high school, includes in its regular activities
the maintenance of stage equipment, the programing
of assemblies and stage productions, assistance of
the engineering group, and is ready aid to both fac-
ulty members and members of the student body in
Whatever capacity they may be able. The crew may
be divided into two divisions, the specialized and
general groups. The first includes the electricians,
technicians and their assistants. The remainder may
be subdivided into two groups, the seasoned mem-
bers and the "flunkies."
During the time of apprenticeship, which lasts one
semester, the flunky acquires a general knowledge
of stage organization and use of equipment. After
this period he is known as a seasoned member ac-
tively participating in stage work and enjoying what-
ever privileges his fellow members may have. He
may, if he so desires, specialize in the electrical Work
or technical work after this elementary period.
A scholastic average of "G" or better is necessary
in order to join and continue as a member, most fel-
lows joining in their freshman or sophomore year.
In summarizing, the crew should like to offer praise
and appreciation to one of the few schools in the
public school system to include in its extra curricular
activities the maintenance of a group devoted to
stage work and the betterment of the school.
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has completed another successful year.
two annual assemblies: an animal movie, "Wheels Across Africa," and
a lecture by Mr. Bob Becker, noted dog and nature lover. Both were
enthusiastically welcomed by the student body.
were: Mr. A. A. Wachholz, who brought and lectured about his three
prize dogs, Dr. C. D. Frank, University of Chicago professor, and Mr.
A Weygandt who spoke on "rabbit raising."
aays, hiking, swimming, dancing at its annual trip to Turkey Run, and
lndiana State Park.
nder the very able supervision ot Miss Bessie Bell, the Zoology Club
The club has over one hundred members. This organization had its
Regular bi-monthly meetings were held. Some interesting speakers
During spring vacation the Zoology Club spent two enjoyable spring
Officers ot the tall semester were: lane MacKimm, president, lack
Dinnsen, vicefpresidentg Lorraine Teninga, secretary, and David Hill,
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treasurer. The officers of the spring semester were: Robert Rantz, presi-
dent, Virginia Dundon, vice-president: Patsy McCune, secretary, and
Betty Berthold, treasurer.
FIRST ROW: Spence, Dix, McCune, Palmer, Berthold, Miss Bell, Rantz, Dundon, Thomas, Powers. SECOND
ROW: Mattson, Hughes, Depew, Correa, Peters, Katzmann, Andrews, Murray, Geary, Fashbaugh, Wachholz,
lohnston, Bannon, Cook, Heinold, Bergman. THlRD ROW: Howell, Shtrey, Began, Urnhofer, Headland,
Domazet, Browere, Deufel, Swearingern, Simms, Legatzke, Clay, Martinson, Sheehan, Sklotf, Wachter,
Vvfells. FOURTH ROW: Knapp, Day, Hayes, Wiersma, VV'alther, Cooper, Roos, Davis, VanEtten, Bloomquist,
Nelson, Benner, Hoigard, Schultz, Aldrich, Taylor.
FIRST ROW: Kallqren, Kehoe, Spencer, McDougal, MacKirnm, Dinnsen, Teninga, Akenhead, Trolander,
Franz, Cruse. SECOND ROW: Barry, Standerline, Thomas, Bicke, Wahlgren, Thomas, Lewis, Anderson,
Niernan, Rocklin, Whitman, Bloom. THIRD ROVV: Williams, Custer, Nebel, Quast, Tweed, Olsen, Deveney,
ludd, Eklund, Richardson, McKay, Smith, Spierlmg, Campbell, Matthias, Coolman, Poor. FOURTH ROW:
Forsyth, Vernon, Wurmstedt, Crockett, May, McNeil, McGoniqal, Harper, Hunter, Meyer, MacNeely,
Kershner, Matchett, Abbott, Poor.
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au Epsilon, Morgan Parlds honor society, was founded in March,
1924. lt has had a dual purposefto provide recognition for those stu-
dents who do excellent work, and to provide an incentive for those who
do average work.
Since its founding, Tau Epsilon's membership has increased five-
fold, from sixty to approximately three hundred members, making it one
of the largest organizations in the school. ln order to become a member,
a student must merit four honor points with eleven grade points and
no grade below G. One point is given for each "E" or "S", and others
for participation in school activities, for perfect attendance, and for serv-
ice as officers of clubs and division rooms.
ln the last year the society has sponsored a successful movie at
the Beverly Theatre, given two assemblies and engaged in several
other activities. Also, the semester awards were given to the graduat-
ing seniors who were members of Tau Epsilon for seven semesters.
Much of the club's success is due to the helpful suggestions of the
faculty sponsors, Mr. Drummond, Miss Maclcin, and Miss Conlan.
The officers for the fall semester were: Walter Henderson, president,
Elaine Kuehne, vice-president, Warren Smith, secretary, Betty Head-
land, treasurer. For the spring semester they were: Virginia Dundon,
president: Ted Mortimer, vice-president, Suzanne Schenk, secretary,
and Richard Brashler, treasurer.
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FIRST ROW: Dix, Boies, Mortlrner, Brashler,
Miss Mackin, Mr, Drummond, Dunbar,
Schenk, Geary, Anderson, Cruse. SECOND
ROIN: DeRosa, Augspurac-F, CIIIUCYV Grund-
man, Fiske, Gregson, Freeman, Fashbauqh,
Bannon, Fischer, Correa, Cricson, Brown,
Ewing, Davis, Dornazet, THIRD ROW: Bol-
ton, Allison, Baker, Beithold, D, Allison,
Brown, Aldrich, Clay, Fink, Bloomquist,
Elliott, Ekloft, Dorn, Arthur, Davls, B.,
Blew, Bourke. FOURTH ROW: Ekenmann,
Ekloti, Greattinqer, Burnet, Gaae, Dinale,
Dickenson, Clarke, Burgas, Mf:Ne1l, Hehe,
Binaltatti, Disrnore, Alilene, Forsyth, Le-
Beukloar, Bloozt., Fisher.
FIRST ROVW: Kafzrnann, Lgndholni, Hodqes,
Louis, Hendrickson, lohansen, Hedntan,
Hughes, Hewes, Hall. SECOND ROW: Kust-
ner, Headland, Hoiqard, Lovina, Leaatzke,
Konecky, Iones, Hermann, Henman, Iacob-
son, Knapp, Hawk, Harper, Barry, THIRD
ROW: Lamoree, Lipsker, Kuohne, Iacobs,
Schultz, Bickel, Kay, Hillstrom, Kuhns, Iudd,
Kehoe, Lee, Landeck, Ia Rue. FOURTH
ROW: Little, lohnson, Lauerman, Ecklund,
Hockert, Laueinian, P., Harper, Kershner,
Hath, Abbott, Campbell, Herrod, Coolrnan,
FIRST ROW: Miles, Morton, Murray, Pond,
Henderson, Harm, Hayes, lohnston, Hanne-
mann, Metcalf. SECOND ROW: Lofqren,
Morqan, Palmer, Lind, Moore, McAlp1ne,
Pearson, Monson, Malinsky, Montague,
Mikesell, Oudshott, Cook, Moore, McDonald,
Nelson. THIRD ROW: Moll, Meaqer, Nayler,
Olsen, Nieman, Pruter, Taylor, Nutt, Olsen,
R., Poor, Ouast, McMillan. FOURTH ROW:
Matchett, Palmer, Maurer, Leverinq, Mac-
Neely, Nelson, McGonaqil, Moore, Maver,
Meyer, Michel, Headtler, Melin.
FIRST ROW: Pratt, Vtfestphal, Swanson,
Scheader, Tyler, Richards, Smith, Trolander,
Vanlftten. SECOND ROW: 'vVxlhelm, Statz,
Smith, Thomas, Shatter, Smith, M., Thomas,
White, Sheehy, Spierlinq, Ruskamp, Wink-
less, White, B. THIRD ROW: Whitcomb,
Schrock, Savidis, Watt, Rutherford, Rossen,
Ulreich, Yaap, Ulreich, Vernon, Wirtschor-
eck, Witt, Smith, G.
FIRST ROW: Wienold, Spence, F., Gardner,
Wooley, Smith, Wachholz, Wallace. SEC-
OND ROW: lohnson, Pierce, Stewart,
Shearer, Buys, Spence, Crane, Sharpe,
Dashei, Shevlin. THIRD ROW: Thompson,
Wark, Sheahon, Westerberq, Stanyer,
Naber, Wells, Welh, Kleuskens, Hawk,
Davis, Waqqoner. FOURTH ROW: Dyslin,
White, Lorance, Tweed, Srnzth, Love,
Harper, Whitman, Morgan, Teninqa, Tweed.
FIRST ROW: Mattson, Peters, Wolif, Noetzel, Miss Lorenz, Iones, Slebos, Akenhead, Andre. SECOND ROW'
Shirey, Repp, Mikesell, Oudshoft, Konecky, Ewing, Iohnson, Tweed, Davis, Gassivein. THIRD ROW:
Shaffer, Bonitz, Standerline, Bolton, Fischer, Boqan, Kiotner, Iacobs, Pugh, Rantz, FOURTH ROW: Spiers,
Lipsker, Savidis, Froenike, Palmer, Abbott, Bingham, Naylor, Gilmore, Coburn.
FIRST ROW: Andre, Spence, Barry, Hockert, Eklotf, Wachter, Lindholm, Retzel, Spitler. SECOND ROW"
Leqatzke, Sodeistrom, Iohnston, Thompson, Zarth, Krauss, White, Atkind, Chapman, Sorenson, Bartosh
Simms. THIRD ROW: Wells, Day, Walter, Hill, Shaffer, Fuel, Clark, Poor, Staffelbach, Strombeclc, Tyler
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GIRL? EMBLEM CLUB
GIRLS' FENCING CLUB
Barbara Mattson rrr,, ,,
Helen Browere ..,,,
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Barbara Davis ....t
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FIRST ROW: Thompson, Browere, Simms, Mr. Grasshoii, Wright, Grossmann, Magler. SECOND ROW: Pratt,
V, Dunbar, G. Shields, Lawson, Kenster, Hawkins, Ianko, Morgan, White.
FIRST ROW: Davis, Wooley, Hodges, Ewing, Trolander, Miss Mangan, Arthur, Kuehne, Wallace, Massias.
SECOND ROW: Headland, Waggener, Berthold, McCune, B. Samuels, Oudshotf, Crocker, Andrews,
Singleton, Tweed, Cunningham, Sheahan, Thompson, McDougal, Kistner. FOURTH ROW: Hanneman,
Henning, Coburn, Rantz, Burnet, Abbott, Hobe, MacNeely, Bell, Smith, Hooper, Bloomguist, Samuels,
FIRST ROW: McKee, Hendrickson, Wiese, Lindholm, Mrs.
Gaus. SECOND ROW: Mathiesen, Seger, Perry, McDonald,
Mork, Dehming, Hannemann, Erickson, Johansen, Hayden.
Hunt, Dillon, Larson, Nelson, Galinski, Falk, Dunbar, Cooper,
FIRST ROW: Linn, Zarth, Gregson, McNeil, Silvestri, Lambert.
Trolander, Barry, Allison, Singer, Singer, W., Apking.
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Marie Westphal ,,.,,, rc7i,i. P resident .,.c, ,..YY. ..,i,. L e ona Lindholm
Boberia Chapman ,.7i,i, .7v., V ice-President .,.,.. i..v..... L orraine Harm
Lois Weise ...c,,,,,,,r..., ,cY...i T reasurer ,7..,..r i,.c,...ic. I eanette Reinhardt
Beverly Marson ,,,.i, i,i,., S ecretary ,,,... ,i,i.i,i L orraine Hendrickson
SHALL WE DANCE?
Betty Zarth ..i,.,...c,,,v.. .,r.,.,,, P resident c,...,,,. i,i,i. N ancy Gregson
Boberta Chapman .,,,,,.t .,...,, V ice-President ...,... ..,,,i C orrine McNeil
Florence Barry .....i.i ,..,.... T reasurern, ,7,,..,. Betty Zarth
Elsie Lenegan ......i ,,,.... S ecretary ....,
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Helen Artus A,,A.,,,AA...YE,... ,..... P resident E,.,.,. ,.... D orothyann Iacobson.
Dorothyann lacobson ....,. t...... V ice-President ,...tV. ....., B arbara Davis
Virginia Brantner s,s,., ....Y...., S ecretary ,s,...r,...s.. .,...., l ean Shields
Barbara Davis .,... ,w...,. P roqram Chairman ..,s,s i,,... E laine Hockert
FIRST ROW: Brantner, Spence, Powers, Hockert, Davis, Miss Wilson, Iacobson, Thompson, Ewing, Tyler.
SECOND ROW: Wachter, Miles, Martinson, Sheehan, Umhofer, White, Wallace, Browere, Simms, Wells
Headland, Ekloff, Cibulsky. THlRD ROW: Kuehne, Allison, Burnet, Nelson, Schaeder, Slebos, Poor
Crockett, Berger, Forsyth, Hough, DeBeukelear, Dundon, Morton, Shaffer.
STAMP AND COIN CLUB
FIRST ROVC: 7l,emi:u, Lizzfz. "'4:1:1x1gh..1Z..,
Mrs. Bxooks, Dlmbfn, ffluff I. SECONI'
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Imnbrzx, V., Hohhof, C'lf1:.1i.:r., 'Tzs:Cr1.
FIRST ROVJ: Dluusmx, E-111.3 'Z,nu:1eri,
Wlordue, C164-ilvvocd. flfflfif Rffvfvyi Glea-
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Mdes: Mulbcrzy Tw- -V1
FIRST ROW: Txolfmdf: . Qxnvy, Ou,
siyerwi, Tflisi Cozzdit, Gi' Qi H:11i.fQd,
Schfwxk, Bfury, IXIPISUII. SIMON. RCW, Vu:
IYTGII P1 dfxy, Ilefxdtlei 1"':e1 Minus,
Mrzuxvx, I-Iuiclun, Artlmt, QQ. 'r
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LITTLE THEATRE AND RADIO WORKSHOP
During the last few years many cf our colleges and universities have
entered the field of radio and some are using their own radio stations.
However, until recently, it has been a bit unusual for high schools to
devote time to the study of radio. But today several high schools have
classes in radio: and a few have practical workshops for writing and
production. Morgan Park High School, recognizing the possibilities of
such work, has organized such a workshop and is devoting class time
to the work of writing and producing radio programs.
Members of the Little Theatre Group are given auditions by the Radio
Council of the Chicago Public Schools. The group also presents plays
for school assemblies, and this year presented a play in the Music and
The Little Theatre Group broadcasts once or twice a year, since the
airways are the newest fields for dramatic production. Through the
auditions and dramatic training many eligible voices have been dis-
covered for profescional work on the radio. These fortunate individuals
have gone on after graduation, into the higher fields of learning and are
already distinguishing themselves in the field of radio and the legitimate
Mrs. Harriet Hecht, instructress of this project, deserves a great deal
of credit and thanks for her splendid ability in bringing out and enlarg-
ing the talents of each student.
The Radio Workshop of the Little Theatre Group went on the air over
station WLS on May l3th of this year, presenting the play "Romany
a one-act gypsy play arranged under the able direction of Mrs.
Harriet Hecht. The music was arranged by Mrs. Bernice Hartle. Dr.
Tubbs gave a short talk at the beginning of the broadcast.
lt is the hope of the faculty and the student body that this organiza-
tion continues their good work in radio and dramatics.
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Mrs. Forsyth Mr. Tubbs Mrs. White Mrs. McCaw
PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION
id you know the Morgan Park High School Parent and Teacher
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Association is one of sixty-five locals Cof which seven are high
schoolsl comprising the southwest district which covers one-fourth
of the city of Chicago? The membership in our school is 604 and
our membership in lllinois is l5U,UUU, while in the entire country, it
reaches about two and a quarter million.
The above simply shows the interest shown by parents and
teachers in belonging to such a group whose sole purpose is to
promote the welfare of students and develop a closer relationship
between parents and teachers.
With this in mind a program was planned as follows: at the
monthly meetings the students from Morgan Park High and Clis-
sold Branch gave short talks on the various school activities while
the teachers also gave short resumes of work being done in school,
This was followed by educational and stimulating speakers. Eve-
ning community meetings were held to keep parents informed as
to the changes in our school educational system. A number of
informal teas were arranged for the mothers of freshmen, sopho-
mores, juniors and seniors, followed by discussion periods in
school matters. Financial support was given to other organiza-
tions active in student welfare and for our own high school needs.
The board of the 193839 year were as follows: Mrs. Frank H.
White, lr., president, Mrs. lohn S. Brantner, first vice-president,
Mrs. Henry McCaw, second vice-president: Dr. Eston V. Tubbs,
third vicefpresidenty Mrs. H. A. Olsen, recording secretaryg Mrs.
P. Y. Dodge, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. B. E. Ellis, treasurer.
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ighlights in this year's activities Were the operetta "lt Hap-
pened in Holland", presented during the first semester, and Youth
Week activities during the second semester. These enterprises
represented the concentrated efforts of the entire student body and
faculty. The operetta, a money raising venture which furnished
funds for the purchase of a sound movie projector, gave sales-
men, craftsmen, artists, actors, and singers a chance to display
their talents. Youth Week was featured by an Open House for
parents. Each club exhibited its projects and conducted meetings
for the benefit of guests. While the parents were enjoying a three
act play "Speeding Along", the students were having one of the
grandest socials of the year.
A wonderful spirit prevailed throughout the term. Many de-
lightful socials and numerous interesting assemblies were pleasant
agencies for relaxation. To mention all whose effective leader-
ship and active support made this year an outstanding one would
be impossible in this limited space. Those splendid student execu-
tives, Whose ingenuity was responsible for a Well balanced pro-
gram of activities, and the loyal student body which make every
venture a success, have set a standard of efficiency and achieve-
ment which will challenge all who follow in their footsteps.
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RLS' GLEE CLUB
rganized a year ago, the Girls' Glee Club of the Olissold
Branch is one of the various club activities offered to the students.
Membership is extended to those who may have either outstand-
inq musical talent or a desire to enjoy a pleasant year of music
Although the club is regularly assigned to bi-weekly meetings,
the girls frequently gather for practice at times other than those
on the schedule.
Under the direction of Mrs. Frances Marroy the singers have
taken part in several of the school activities. Participation in the
operetta, "lt Happened in Holland", given during the first semes-
ter, was one of the outstanding appearances. At that time Estelle
Sharpe sang the role of the Burgomaster's daughter, Lois lohnson
and Carol Lasley were bewitching Dutch maidens, while other
members of the club made up the chorus. A millcmaids' chorus
and the Qypsy maidens were particularly charming and colorful.
During the second semester the club appeared on the programs
of several assemblies and for Open House night. At these events
they sang groups of three-part songs.
This year, for the first time, the girls decided upon a uniform
which would distinguish them as a group. White shirts and green
blouses, to be worn on club days, as Well as when appearing on
programs, was the result of the choice.
The officers of the club are: president, lean Pratt, vice-president,
Lola Elmore, secretary-treasurer, Betty Guderyahng accompanist,
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Martin, lohnson, Giuenwald, Conrad, Bunn, Dillman, Davis, Chap, Peiz. THIRD ROW: Lasiey, Greenrnan,
Saqotz, Schweers, Ballou, Hart, Muench, May, Sharpe.
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FIRST ROW: Meyer, Campbell, Nabel, Stevens, Mxss Weber, Muschott, Iohnson, Boersema, Petersen
SECOND ROW: Davts, Stetnhart, Holltday, Rtchter, Musser, Kapala, Ekstrorn, Kennedy, Hoqe, P1erce,
H. Boererna. THIRD ROW: Dyslln, Knles, Zuxdema, Stem-er, Adams, VanK1rk, Feld, Langland, Steffa,
Denis, Sllazas, Small.
FIRST ROW: Rennie, Moore, Sm1tl1, Emde, Mr. Russell, Hanson, Harper, Brown, Griswold. SECOND ROW'
Lamoree, Parsons, Grxsperllc, Spruner, Snyder, Barry, Guest, Iohnson, Manton, Kranz, Blatchford, Hamilton
THIRD ROW: Litzkow, Robinson, Spietlxnq, Cromble, Melin, Smlth, Stoffer, Desprez, Ackerman, MCCCIW
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OND ROW: Clark, Rissler, Burrows, Carman, Alcock, Sehrewin, Lee, Fiske, Devonald, Heffron, OESEY1
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he Morgan Park High School R. O. T. C. unit has, ever since
its origin, been highIy respected and praised for the very fine work
it has done and is stiII doing. The unit has participated in many
memoriai parades, reviews, and has competed against other
schooIs in driII and rifie competition. Each year the cadets spon-
sor a movie at the neighboring theatre to raise funds for various
expenses that arise during the year. The cadet officers yearly
sponsor a MiIitary BaII, an event which is becoming as popuiar
with the reguIar student body as it is with the cadets.
The Cfficers' CIub and Usher Force are organizations Within
the R. O. T. C. The Officers' CIub hoIds reguiar meetings at which
they discuss certain activities in which they take part in and out-
side of their reguIar duties as weII as R. O. T. C. theory. The offi-
cers of this cIub for the faII semester were: Iames StiggIeman, presi-
dent: Eugene Schobinger, vice-presidentg George Dasher, secre-
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taryg Robert Moore, treasurer, and Robert Snip, sergeant-at-arms.
Those ot the spring semester were: Kenneth Hohott, presidentg
Harold Kammerer, vice-presidentg Robert Snip, secretaryg Chalmer
Carpenter, treasurerp and Warren Roesner, sergeant-at-arms. The
Usher Force otiiciates at all assemblies, meetings, movies, etc.
The members ot the Force deserve to be commended highly tor
their excellent work and ability in this capacity. Kenneth Hohott
headed the Usher Force during the fall semester. Robert Dodge
ably took over this command during the spring semester. These
two organizations have done much to keep high the standards ot
the H. O. T. C. during the past year.
Sergeant V. A. Dennison has, during his tirst year at Morgan
Park, done a iine job at the post ot military instructor. He has
become a friend of every boy, girl, and teacher at Morgan Park.
May he long remain at Empehi and continue to do as fine a job
as he has this passing year.
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ship displayed by our fellows, together with
the wonderful turn-outs and tremendous sup-
port given to athletics by the student body,
will long be remembered by loyal Enipehites.
Congratulations to the Morgan Park ath-
letes. May they ever strive to conquer greater
Harps Stockdale Strombeck, Zarth Rcmtz
nother year has slipped by in the history of Ernpehis Cheerleaders. This
last tall, a very successful football season, proved that the cheerleaders in
"counting the score", marked up more points than any season within the last
Darrel Caris and Robert Rantz were this year's co-captains. Other mem-
bers oi the squad Were: Betty Zarth, Willis Harps, lanet lnwood, Fay Trolander,
lane Stronibeclc and Rita Roper.
This corning season will mark the iirst anniversary oi the "Peppers", a new
student yell section iorrned by the cheerleaders. Many new cheers have been
added to Morgan Parks collection as a result oi this new organization. Acro-
batics are now included as regular routine, yet the rnost active cheer is still
the traditional Hslcyroclcetu. Halt oi the squad will be back next tall, all in
anticipation oi the coming spirited football season.
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obert C Antonides came to Empehi in l929. He coached the
GREEN and WHITE squad to a city championship in , J
four years after his arrival.
His genial personality has won him a host of friends and the
respect and loyal support of the entire student body.
Dick Tweedie made his appearance here eleven years ago. He
organized our first track team and since then he has been coaching
the track, swimming, golf, and tennis teams.
Behind his pleasing personality, and friendly greeting for every-
one, lies an unquestionable fairness and understanding of boys.
Tom Taylor has given the lightweight squad new spirit and
pep since his arrival at the beginning of the season. His manner
of approach has won hirn wide recognition and a winning light-
weight team. Congratulations Coach, may you continue your
fine work, keeping the laurels of EMPEHl at the top.
Duncan McGregor came to EMPEHI at the start of Qctober,
l936. He has coached the heavyweight basketball and baseball
teams. Strenuous workouts and continued practices have devel-
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oped strong te
ams for competition. Coach McGregor, roug
tics, has built up teams hard to beat.
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FIRST ROW: V. Telander, Miller, Nelson, Treptow, Correll, Mr. Taylor, VanEtten, Te-lander, Alcock,
Swanberg, Moorman. SECOND ROW: Dickinson, Yaap, Wall, Durrant, Summon, Greenwood, Hedrick,
Boorman, Henderson, Mmuth, Lauerman. THIRD ROW: Guderyahn, Skworch, Havey, Williams, Heckmann,
Geogheqan, Erzon, Hupe, Schuffert, Stromberq, Adams, Hecldland. FOURTH ROW: Mathis, Roesnei,
Yursis, Dodge, McGonagil, Plowe, Mathers, Schobinger, Schissler, Stearns, Hillman, Rich.
he Emblem Club was reorganized in February, l939 by a few
far-seeing athletes. The ball started rolling with the election of
Charles Correll as president and Robert Van Etten as treasurer.
Coaches Robert Antonides and Torn Taylor are co-advisers of this
organization. The purpose of the club is to promote a feeling of
unity among the emblem winners. The meetings are held regu-
larly every month. lt is under the guiding hand of the cabinet
which is composed of the captains of each team.
Any fellow desiring to become a member must first earn a
major letter in some sport. At the present time the membership
is about sixty-five. The "boys" are trying to promote their idea
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'W fx of taking over the athletic guard. This job was formerly done by
Q X i IO if the R. O. T. C. lt consists of keeping order at any athletic contest
...E 5 and general handling of promotion of such an affair. The one
'n outstanding aim of the club is to promote intramural sports through-
A K out the school and to urge all boys, who are able, to participate
tr "" "" A in some form of athletics, thus keeping the interscholastic standing
'12, ,Q of Empehi at the top. The boys responsible for the re-organization
E. , E .,-, .f of the club deserve a great deal of credit for undertaking such a
ll project with the resulting success.
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THE EMPEHI GRIDMEN
his year Morgan Park has again been "put on the map" through the
fine playing of the football squad. Although another championship Was
not acquired the team rated second in the south section, which is some-
thing to Write home about.
Captain Dick Thornally, one of the mainstays of the team, was
honored with a place on the Chicago All-Star team, which included the
suburbs around the city.
We cheered the excellent playing of such stars as: Russ Wall, a
quarterback hard to beat on any team: Charles Correll, the halfback,
who punted and ran many of our points: Warren Gudreyahn, the guard
who crashed in and nailed his man everytimeg tackle, Ray Blake,
opened a hole for his running team mates: George Adams, the end who
caught many bullet-like passes for large gainsg Walter Schissler, the
guard, injured early in the season but who played a Wonderful game
While able, Richard l-lupe, halfback, that seemed like a brick wall on
center plunges. This all sums up to a team hard to excel in any high
l might mention at this point, a fellow Who gained little recognition
and applause, but deserves much credit, a certain Bill Thiele. Through-
out the season he coached the reserve team while Coach Antonides
showed the green and White regulars how to Win.
Seeing that blue ribbons are in order I Would like to command
Robert Moorman, manager of the football squad, along with his assis-
tants who also were in the background but did their job Well.
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The Green and White squad started the season by defeating
the Calumet eleven 7-O. Charles Correll led "our boys" with amaz-
ing feats of running, kicking, and passing. These fellows played
at high gear every second of the game.
Empehi encountered Bowen next and thoroughly trounced them
to the tune of 13-O. Wallace of the Clissold Branch led the victory
march by scoring the two touchdowns. Hedrick ran a short pass
for the point after touchdown.
Our next victim was Hirsch, and again Morgan Park admin-
istered the final blows by winning l7-U with Correll and Hedrick
scoring the points. ln this contest the linesmen of our team came
through and showed the onlookers what they were really able
Our only defeat of the season came from Fenger, who went on
to win the City Championship. The score at the end of the game
stood: Fenger 34 and Morgan Park O. Although our squad played
well, Fenger's Don Griffin seemed almost uncanny in his feats
We again took the victor's crown by defeating Harper, Z6-6.
Bob Tealander seemed to outshine the "gang" by scoring twice.
In this game Russ Wall, Rich Hupe, and Charles Correll terrorized
the opponents throughout the entire game.
ln the last game of the season the "Empehi Rangers" again
struck a win on our slate by defeating the Parker eleven. Through-
out the entire game both teams played an evenly matched contest.
In the last quarter the Green and White squad scored a touchdown.
The players who carried Empehi's banner down the field were:
Russ Wall, hard smashing quaterbackg Charles Correll, deer-like
running halfback, and Captain Rich Thornally, the big center.
The foregoing games ended our official season with a total of
five wins and one loss, putting our squad in the second position in
the south section.
COMPLETE GAME STATISTICS
M. P. Opp.
First downs ...........,,.,........,... .,,,.,.. 4 7 35
Yards gained .,..,.,.,,..........,,..... ..,,.... l 226 lO57
Forward passes attempted .....,,. .,,,, 4 8 55
Forward passes completed , ,.... ..... l 8 l6
Number of penalties .,.,..r,,.,,...,, .,.., l 7 l5
Yards penalized ,,,,,,,.,,.,...,. ..,,, l 75 l4O
Number of punts ,,,,,,,.,,........,.,,. . 33 26
Average distance of punts ...i.... ..,.. 2 9 31
Number cf kickoffs ,,,..,,....t,,,.,,, .,,,. l 7 lU
Fumbles .,,,,,,.........,,,.,,,,.......,..,,,... ,.... l 7 19
Own fumbles recovered ...,,,,,.,.......... lU lO
Opponents' fumbles recovered .,.,.,,,,, 9 7
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e salute you, hoih heavyweiahi and liqhrweiqhi learns, for
the sporisrnanship and spirit always present lhrouqhoui the enrire
You, The nien of the wood, have kept The slaie oi EMPEHI un'
znarked another successive year by clean and iair playina.
Althouqh you didn'i win every qanie, you displayed a winner by
your aciions. Nice aoinq, we know you fellows will Continue ihis
feai in years io corne.
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This year's heavyweight basketball team started out with a
bang, but at the same time they seemed to lack the "umph" that
it takes to Win. Early in the season they lost Capt. Don Campbell
through graduation. The team ended the season with tour wins
and tour losses. Tom Stigall seemed to till in the gap, and to keep
the team going with his ceaseless scoring and pep. Empehi lost
two players, Bob Geoghegan and Iohn Mathers whose loss will
be telt greatly in the coming season.
At the same time the lightweights finished third in the south
section with tive wins and three losses. The "Ponies", each and
everyone, played a "bang-up" game every minute. George
Stuedal, Bruce Gascoigne and Arnold Sylvestry made a trio that
battled the oncoming opponents. l might add that Arnie and
George will both be missing in the line-up next year because of
graduation. All in all, the entire student body shakes your hands
fellas and says, "Nice Going".
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he Bugcutters, Winners of Empehi's Bowling League, gained the
championship after holding first place for sixteen consecutive
weeks. The team was composed of: Bill Pugh, capt. Bert Kuller'
strand, Ted Brashler, Bill Page, and Bud Tozer. Winning Empehi's
league, the Bugcutters were automatically in the running for the
city championship. In their first match of city competition Tilden
was defeated two straight games. In their second scheduled game
they drew a tie, and the following week triumphed over Hirsch.
Due to stronger competition three games decided the winners,
again Morgan Park. In the playoff for the south section, the sup-
posedly big threat team Calumet was beaten by games of 968
and 989. In city title competition the Bugcutters were defeated two
out of three games by Lane Tech who won the city championship.
he matmen of EMPEHI finished in third place with seven wins
land three losses. The captain of the wrestlers this year was Robert
Telander who grappled at the l45 division.
Morgan Park also showed up well in the city meet with Correll,
Anderson, Telander, Guderyahn and Odell. In the state meet
Charles Correll won second place in the l65-pound division. The
team, for the first time, matched their strength and skill with that
of Morgan Park Military Academy matmen and won by a huge
From all indications next year's team will excel this year's
team because the majority of contenders are remaining at EMPEHI.
nder the direction of Coach Dick Tweedie and Capt. Gene
Schobinger, EMPEHTS senior swimming team has once again up-
held the school's fine record. I-Ieadland, through-out his career has
lost but four races in his event, the IOU-yard backstroke. Hender-
son has been a consistant winner in the fancy diving division and
in the ZOO-yard swim there was always keen competition between
Caris, Moysey, Schobinger.
Under the co-captainship of McGonigal and Stearns, who
placed first and second in their respective events in the fall city
meet, the junior team has had one of its most successful years.
Other mainstays of the team were: Polcock, Martig, Graef and
Minard. Thorughout the entire season the cooperation and good
sportsmanship displayed by all was both teams' greatest asset.
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Empehi's baseball crew of 1939 has clicked this season like a big
league team. Capt. Bernard Yursis, tall left-handed pitching ace, has
led his team to victory upon victory. Chuck Correll, Empehi's great
backfstop, has teamed up with Yursis as one of the best batteries in the
city. A most efficient infield lends its support to Yursis, with Dick Miller
holding down third base, lohn Skworch at shortstopg Fritz Minuth play-
ing at second base, and Russ Hearns holding down first base. The
outfield, composed of Adams, Muyners and Swanberg, have been valu-
able to the team all season. W'ith a string of 5 straight wins, the team
led the section until a 3-l defeat at the hands of Parker dropped them
to second place. At the time your annual went to press they had an
excellent chance of winning the south section championship.
Morgan Parks Tennis team prospects are the best the team has
seen in many years.
The racquet swingers are captained this season by Walter Michel
who plays in the No. 2 position.
The mainstay of the team and playing in No. 2 position is Gardner
Larned, one of the best junior players in the country.
At the time your annual went to press two doubles teams existed.
The first consisted of Howard Mathis and Warren Alcott, and the second
was made up of Dick Nutt and Larry Alberti.
Since the start of the season the entire team has been practicing
at the Beverly Hills Tennis Club every afternoon. The "boys" are being
coached by Tom Taylor, who is rounding out a team well worthy of
carrying home to Empehi a tennis championship. Go to it, boys!
This spring, with two great seasons behind them, Morgan Parks
fairway crew, winners of the city golf title in '37 and runner-ups to Lane
Tech in '38, gunned for their third consecutive south section crown.
Despite losing such outstanding players from last fall's troupe as
Ted Brashler, Emery C'Dell and Bob Campbell, the locals, coached by
Tom Taylor, at this writing looked forward to another fine year.
Although the scores did not range in the par brackets, the team
presented a formidable attack with every man capable of shooting in
the low eighties and high seventies. Heading the foursome was Captain
Tohn Skworch, a veteran of three seasons, who graduates. in the No. 2
spot was Boy Larson, also a lune graduate. Playing No. 3 post was
Bob Thierman, and at the "anchor man" position was loe Azzarello.
Bay Crwick, as first alternate, saw action in a number of matches.
The reorganized track team of Empehi, under the able guidance of
the recently appointed coach, Tom Taylor, and Captain Carl Nelson,
began its spring practice for the thirty-nine season on May lst.
The boys, led by individual stars of last year, are showing great
promise and are proving themselves assets to our school as a team.
Those returning from former years are Franke, Cioni, and Watson in the
sprintsg Nelson and Buckley return to their distant events.
The new boys out for the team will get their big chance in the City
Track Trials, at the University of Chicago, on Tune 3rd,
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The above illustration, reproduced for the first time, is a copy of a
painting in the offices of the Fred Klein Company. Mr. Walter E Klein,
after much painstaking research and expense, commissioned an artist
to paint this authentic composite of all the departments in an early print
shop. The work was done from some of the oldest prints in existence.
The Fred Klein Company extends to its many school friends and
customers an invitation to View this beautiful and authentic painting.
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