Morgan Park High School - Empehi Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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Their lighting, and protection, a joh being well done, has kept institutions like Morgan Park free and democratic. X X if + -- 1 W Wei q i dj ff' .-, 4 49 ,-,A Y gyifgf 5,4 -- fz2'f rx:-X-' -E, ,fm :ff-KSQX X A ,fgx -3 + . 34,11 .A , eff LXXQ, A j 3 1' ' 'fri - JM 4 X 5 X X ,A 00,-,-l.'iulLlul1f -as X - e - 1 41 . J ln! 5 + !5.x 999' . -q f W y' f AWN lnlrmx Gaz 9994? + 43 Q ll' if ,f - 4 ff X. spyaf' --Qfkg ii 5 it ffl 2 1 1, 55 6: tw' t Q" Page 4 ARMY NAVY KLI. U H BUYS . . . The held of blue which covers our Service Flag is indeed impressive and puts a lump in the hearts of Empehites. We pray that no more gold stars will mar our flag, and sympathy is extended for those gold stars already present. May God speed the quick and sale return of these Americans, from Army nurse to Navy Seaman, and may this dedication represent the faith and trust Empehi has in Hit's fighting alumnilw ff W"'Q vfies C04 1 f' Of of dk X i ff A' ? 1 -" + Fff'?fE 'K fe Q tnwtttlii 2 Sa f Q, 5 f 24, up tl le, All -in X -6 ' T57 me 'me Q -f, s Z " fm SW XW My ' MARINES COAST GUARD Page 5 Page 6 EMPEHI GOES TO WAR! The year of l942-43 has brought many changes to the lives of Empehites. Many have seen their brothers leave for theaters of War, many graduating seniors are an- ticipating their own call to the country's service. Therefore, the students of Morgan Park have become more aware of this war and what it means to their future. ln doing their share students worked long and hard during the scrap-drive col- lection-many pulling to school in Wagons what the basement had brought forth. Red Cross drives and Victory Book campaigns flourished, and War Bond and Stamp sales have slowly increased due to the efforts of the faculty. Physical fitness programs have been stressed in physical education classes, R.O.T.C. cadets swing out with a feeling of really accomplishing something, extra-cur- ricular clubs have attempted to clarify and explain certain war activities in their pro- grams, assembly programs have empha- sized certain phases of the war effort. With all its seriousness, however, Mor- gan Park has not lost its lighter side. Dur- ing the fall and spring days students still congregate along the shady walks sur- rounding the school, although the converti- bles have practically disappeared from the scene. Football games and other sport- ing events are still "tops" for Empehites. We of the graduating classes leave Mor- gan Park for new fields-most boys for some field of service for our country. We will carry with us all the memories of a happy four years and also hope that those remaining will enjoy the same experi- ences. THE STAFF SPEAKS This year's Annual has a story to tell, a story of War against aggression. The H1943 Empehi" is not an Annual as elab- orate as the books ot past years, because of this War. F or as We continue our second year ot War, such commodities as printer's materials, photography plates, and paper are practically impossibilities. But, in spite ot all these handicaps the Staff has attempted to bring the Empehi as near tradition as possible. The clubs, committees, and sports are the things which will live in the memories ot Em- pehites. We now wish to thank the students, faculty, and outsiders, Whose co-operation has made the "Empehi" come nearer a success than it would have been Without their assistance. The story the Annual has to tell is one ot courage to face the War, and the peace that will tollow when We are victorious. This message goes especially to the stu- dents leaving Empehi this year. Also a message to those coming on, and to those now in Morgan Park, to be good citizens, and enjoy Empehi so that your Annual will mean as much to you as We hope the "43" will mean to the graduates this year. And tinally, a story to all Empehites-"Be tops in everything you undertake," es- pecially Americanism, and never forget your years as a student at Morgan Park. That you may always remember, here is an Annual with the memories ot your as- sociations, friends, and joys-"THE l943 EMPEHIV' The Staff Page 7 ir if ir 4 ir JK 1 'PEW 'A' 1 I I if 5 f xiii if f xfg '-54 2' Af yl ll 1, 5T51l5iii3 f ff fy zfzilllzs of ,QW 'A , f P5271 4' ' -Wf ff ff! . im ff seffff ff flMy.i.,,1 IX js Z i "' l' ff 1 yi, A X lllff Vx w ill uf' Z im xwfg , w g4 fg,, ,W K M N sf ' 2 Q 7 Nw ill L 'KM - 2 5 WW 3 i n 4. V, jlf, R . ,lv If NS H,,UrJ:g:: ! f y Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, Freshmen-everyone an Empe- hite in the true spirit of the worcl. Not the building nor the books, but The people make the school. ir Page 9 Page 10 DR. ESTON V. TUBBS Being principal of a high school takes more than executive ability, it re- quires friendliness, perseverance, sincerity, helpfulness and a host of other traits-all of which Dr. Eston V. Tubbs, the principal of Morgan Park high school, possesses. He has the admiration and loyalty of every student, teacher and member of the P.T.A., which he promotes so diligently. His firm belief in democracy and the future of our country has been an inspiration to Empehites during the last few years torn by war. A MESSAGE FROM OUR LEADER ' SSE QUAM VlDERl: This Latin motto appears on one of the banners hang- ing on the walls of Empehi. Its English rendition is, "To be rather than seem- ing to be." This is an expression of the true spirit that should characterize every student graduating from the Morgan Park High School. The policies of the administration are so fashioned as to bring about this most desirable objective. They may be briefly stated as follows: Cll good citizenship, C25 de- mocracy, C39 co-operation, C4l student responsibility, C55 tolerance, C69 justice, C77 fair play, C83 an appreciation and a love for our common mother tongue, and C9l following the truth wherever she may lead. While we have no specific course in character education, we have seen to it that all of our school work is saturated with those traits which make for good citizenship. We aim to develop the whole individual-physical, mental, and moral. But the most im- portant of these is the moral. Failure at this point means a breakdown all the way along the line. In these times of storm and stress when it seems that the very foundations of civilization are cracking and crumbling, we need to build our individual lives and that of our beloved America upon the eternal principles of right recognized by all good men down through the ages. Finally, I should like to conclude my message to the graduating class of lune, 1943, with a quotation from the world's best seller. lt runs as follows: "Whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatso- ever things are of good report, if there be any praise, think on these things." ESTON V. TUBES, Principal, Morgan Park High School. Page 11 E IS THE PEP and energy of the school and commands the admiration of everyone. The rare per- sonality is Captain George G. Lorentz, our Assistant Principal. He plays his most important role in maintaining strict but fair discipline throughout the student body. "Cap," as he is called, is the core of our Student Association. He has helped to build it up to What it is today, and under his superior guidance we have all had valuable character training and experience, which will more fully prepare us to meet adulthood. y Empehi is extremely proud to claim "Cap" as her own since 1919. He acted as R.O.T.C. and physical education instructor, until he obtained the position he is now holding. Because of his remarkable school spirit, he seldom misses a sporting event, and the ardent cheer- leading he renders has spurred our team to many a victory. "Cap's" uniailing good humor has been the source of numerous good times that we students have enjoyed in our four years at Morgan Park. A fathom- less source oi inspiration and understanding, he is indeed our best friend. A CAPT. G. G. LORENTZ Page 12 IN MEMORIAM Phyllis Grant flltlithreh fltlubr Rosemary Tlluubp THE splendors of the tirmament of time May be eclipsed, but are extinguished not: Like stars to their appointed height they climb. And death is a low mist which cannot blot The brightness it may veil. When lofty thought Lifts a young heart above its mortal lair. And love and lite contend in it for what Shall be its earthly doom, the dead live there And move like winds ot light on dark and stormy air. Adonais- Pe y By h Sh ll y Page 13 STUDENT-TEACHER RELATIONSHIPS Morgan Park students have the privilege of studying and working under the supervision and aid of an excellent faculty. All members of the teaching staff not only excel in their individual fields, but also lend their advice to the personal problems of Ernpehites. It is that willingness of the faculty to aid and advise which makes possible the successful functioning of Morgan Park's clubs and other extracurricular activities: for no student organization could carry on its program without a faculty adviser. For those students who seek positions during school or after graduation, the Placement Council was organized a few years ago. It aids students who must have a shortened program due to their work, and can also give sugges- tions and helpful hints to those applying for jobs. The N.Y.A. is another organ- ization which finds jobs for students in need of aid. The Adjustment Depart- ment is one which personally helps students who have encountered difficulties in their school life. A friendly relationship and spirit of co-operation is promoted by the Parent- Teachers' Association. Inspired by such a faculty, Ernpehi's students strive to reach the highest, and with their help Morgan Park can reach the "top in everything we undertake." Page 14 EMPEHI FACULTY ESTON V. TUBBS Principal GEORGE G. LORENTZ Asst. Principal ROBERT C. ANTONIDES Physical Education ALMA BAUMAN English RICHARD BEARDSLEY Mathematics BESSIE B. BELL Science MARIE BELLINGHAUSEN Language GENEVIEVE M. BROOK Adjustment HARRIET S. BROWN English WILLIAM B. CALKINS Commercial ANNA I. CALLAHAN Social Studies MARION CASTLE Social Studies DOROTHY H. CELLA Social Studies MILDRED T. COLLINS Social Studies LILLIAN CONDIT Placement Councellor MARY M. CONLAN Language LEON I. P. DE ALARID Language LORETTA R. DELAHUNT Social Studies CHESTER DOBRYN SKI Science IRENE R. DOBSKI Secretary CHARLES Q. DRUMMOND Mathematics WALTER M. DURKIN Physical Education MARY ELLEN DWYER English I. ATI-IENA FISCHER Home Economics IENNIE M. GAI-IL Physical Education A. ROYALL GAY Science . GEORGE T. GRASSHOFF Art HELEN E. GREENFIELD Clothing GUY B. HARTLE-- Music MAY BERNICE HARTLE Music EVANGELINE B. HIBBARD Librarian HARRIET A. HECHT Language WALLACE HECHT Engineer CECILE HOBAN Assistant Secretary MARY F. HOLLAND Language PATRICIA H. HALLISY Home Economics EDNA B. HOTCHKISS Art MARIE E. HOYLER Science CURTIS A. HUNTER Industrial Art BEULAI-I L. KEMP Language IRMA S. KIMMEI.. English ROSALIE C. KURZ Physical Education BEN LAEVIN Physical Education ELSIE R. LARSON English MARY G. LIVINGSTON English IULIA LORENZ English EUGENIE MACKIN I Social Studies FRANCIS W. MALLOY English IOSEPHINE MANGAN English EUNICE MAY Asst. Librarian IUSTIN McCARTHY Commercial DUNCAN I. MCGREGOR Physical Education THERESA McINERNEY Matron CURTIS MELNICK Science CELIA F. MERRY Commercial EDWARD MEYERS Social Science IANE MILTON Mathematics LILLIAN S. MORRIS English THERESA MULCAHY Language LYDIA MUSSMAN Science MARY G. NEALON English ETHEL R. O'CONNOR Mathematics HELEN I. O'ROURKE Commercial ELIZABETH L. PAPE Language CORA E. PETTY Language ELWYN REED Industrial Arts ROBERT P. RUSSELL Science MARY K. SAGE English KATHRYN H. SANDS Commercial RUTH E. SCHACHTLIE Commercial HENRY SCHUTZBERGER Science CATHERINE SELZER Language MILDRED S. STANEK Physical Education SGT. RAYMOND SWENSON Military HAROLD N. TAYLOR Science MARY E. THOMPSON Social Studies DICK TWEEDIE Head Teacher of Branch ELIZABETH VAN DE ROOVART Science LAURA WALTER Mathematics W. A. WATSON .Science BESSIE H. WEBER Art LILLIAN WEISLANDER Mathematics MABEL M. WILSON Social Studies EVELYN WEN IG School Treasurer EMMA B. WOODFIELD Mathematics LOUISE YOUNG Lunchroom Manager Page 15 FISKE GILLER BUMP GILL FALLS FISKE GILLER GILL Page 16 1943 FEBRUARY CLASS OFFICERS The 1943 February graduates concluded their final semester with a burst of social life, as well as an equally important fond farewell to Morgan Park. Very capably handling the duties of president of this class was Kenneth Fiske, with the able assistance of vice-president, Peggy Giller, secretary, Elaine Bump, and treasurer, Kenneth Gill. The gala Senior Prom was an outstand- ing success, for which credit must go to Bette Hall, who headed the Prom com- mittee. The seniors tripped the light fan- tastic that evening of Ianuary 26, 1943, in the Sherman Hotel, Louis XVI room, to the music of Gay Claridge's orchestra. The Senior Banquet was under the plan- ning of Peggy Giller, who chose Nan- tucket as the scene and hilarious comedy as the dialogue. When Commencement day finally ar- rived, the seniors graduated in style, thanks to Ioyce Martin, who was in charge of the Caps and Gowns, and Walter Koh- feldt who was head of the Ring committee. Laura Gene Over arranged for the an- nouncements. Finally, the class of February 1943 pre- sented their future Alma Mater a gift of a new movie screen for the assembly hall, which was taken care of by Ioe Crow. Mrs. Dorothy H. Cella again had the job of organizing the class and deserves a vote of thanks. So, in the course of events which pre- ceded their graduation, and in this an- nual, published after their graduation, we wish the best of luck in the future to a grand group of Empehites, who were, "the graduates of February l943." FEBRUARY WHO'S WHO Little Mary Ann Falls can be called one of the best promoters of school spirit ever found at Morgan Park. Mary Ann headed the Promotion committee for two semesters and was also a hard-working member of the Business Staff. Her list of activities is long, and we are sure that wherever Mary Ann goes, work will be done. Kenneth Fiske is a young man of many abilities and talents, which can be shown by the fact that he was president of his graduating class and held a high position in the B.O.T.C. His engaging personality combined with his leadership has given him the title of most popular boy in his class. The February 4.7-X class is justly proud of its vice-president PegqY Giller. It was she who arranged their banquet, and it was she who turned up eleventh in the class standing. PGQIQY also has done outstand- ing journalism work for the Empehi News and has held office in Quill and Scroll. We are convinced of Peg's future success in life. A combination of scholarship, leader- ship, and athletic ability is the one found in Kenneth Gill, February class treasurer. Being recognized as outstanding, Ken has been president of Tau Epsilon and Sigma. He has played on the basketball team, and has earned his letters, and has been able to establish an excellent scho- lastic standing in his class. Page 17 EX tw.-nw 'T' all ASV' ANDRE, RICHARD S.A.7 A.Y.L.I Swim- ming team 2, 3, 47 Em- blem Club 3, 47 Bowling team 47 Interclass Coun- cil l. Vanderpoel Northwestern BLATCI-IFORD, IACK S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Football team 2, 3, 47 Swimming team 2, 3. Clissold Wisconsin BUSHNELL, TED S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Class Offl- cer 2, 37 Div. Rm. Offizer l, 2, 3, 47 Wrestling-la 27 Basketball 3, 47 Football mgr. l, 2, 37 Boys' Em- blem Club 2, 3, 47 Annual Staff 2, 3, 47 Intramural Sports 1, Z, 3, 47 Latin Club 2, 3, 4. t Avalon Park Oxford COLLETTE, BETTY S.A.7 A.Y.L. DWYER, ROSE MARIE S.A.I A.Y.L.7 Queen Rollers 2, 37 Fashions of the Hour 27 Girls' Glee Club 27 A Cappella 2, sec'y 1. Beale Beverly Bus. Col. FISKE, KENNETH V. S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Tau Epsi- lon I, 2, 3, 47 Officers' Club 3, 47 Safety Council 3, ch. 37 Rythm Club 3, 47 Orchestra 2, 3, 47 A Cappella 2, 3. Sutherland Wisconsin BEASLEY, IUANITA S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Pan Amer- ican Club: A Cappella. Shoop Wilberforce BOERSMA, HARRIET W. S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Queen Rollers 37 Foreign Craft 17 Fashions of the Hour. Mt. Greenwood Undecided CAMPBELL, IOAN S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Business Staff 2, 3, 47 Promotion Comm. 2, 3, 47 Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3, 47 Dancing Club 2, 37 Probation Comm. 1, 27 Music Club I7 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4. Sutherland Chicago CROW, IOE S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, cap't 47 Student Court7 Baseball 37 Intra- mural Sports 2, 3, 47 Div. Rm. Officer 2, 37 Clean- Up Comm. 2, 37 Promo- tion Comm. 3. Barnard Illinois Tech EKSTROM, SHIRLEY P. S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Biology Club 3, 47 Zoology Club 37 Tau Epsilon 27 Queen Rollers 3, 4. Sutherland Valparaiso FLAX, ESTHER S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Sigma 2, 3, 47 Fashions of the Hour 4. Altgeld Beverly Bus. Col. BEESLEY, GENE S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Basketball 3, 47 Rhythm Club 3, 47 A Cappella 3, 4, secre- tary 47 Student Court, in- spector7 Div. Rm. Officer 37 Baseball 37 Intramural Sports 3, 47 Promotion Comm. Charles Andrews De Pauw BRANOM, ELSIE S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 A Cap- pella 2, 3, 47 Div. Rm. Officer 2, 37 Ouilpen 3, 4, treas. 47 Curtain Club 3, 47 Pan-American Club 3, 47 Student Council 27 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 47 Nat'l Honor Soc. 4, treas. 4. Sutherland Undecided CARLIN, CONSTANCE S.A.1 A.Y.L.7 Flounders 17 Promotion Comm. 37 Rhythm Club 47 Finance Comm. 47 Dramatic Club 37 Pan American Club 2. Barnard Principia DAUM, WILLIAM A. S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 47 Empehi News Staff 37 Usher Force 3. Sutherland Undecided FALLS, MARY ANN S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Class Pres. I7 Div. Rm. Officer I7 Clean-Up Comm. I, 2, 3, 47 Business Staff l, 2, 3, 4, Exchange Manager 47 Circulation 47 Promo- tion Comm. l, 2, 3, 47 pres. 47 H.R.S.G. 3, 47 Financial Comm. 3, 47 Ex- ecutive Comm. 47 A Cap- pella 47 Glee Club 37 Rhythm Club 2, 3, 4. Sutherland Ohio State U. FRANCK, ROBERT S.A.1 A.Y.L.7 Clean-Up Comm. 3, 47 Swimming team l, 2, 3, 47 Basketball team 2, 37 Probation Comm. 3, 47 Student Court 4, inspector7 Div. Rm. Officer l, 2, 3, 47 Promo- tion Comm. 2, 3, 47 Intra- mural Sports l, 2, 3, 4. Clissold- - Princeton BERGMAN, DORIS S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Empehi News 3, 47 3rd Page Co- ed. 47 Quill and Scroll 3, 47 Latin Club 2, 3, 47 Quilpen 2, 3, 47 Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 3, 47 Dramatic Club 1, 27 Biology Club 2, 37 Business Staff 3. Clissold Chicago BROWN, RUTH S.A., secy.-treas. 47 A.Y.L.7 Latin Club 2, 3, 47 Biology Club 2, 3, 47 Pan-American Club 3, 47 A Cappella 3, 4, vice- pres. 47 Glee Club 37 Pro- motion Comm.7 Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 3, 47 Nat'l Honor Soc. 4. Sutherland Iowa State CLARK, LA VEEDA S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Flounders l. Shoop Herzel Ir. DAVIES, WILLIAM O.. IR. Flounders I7 Football team l, 2, 37 Wrestling team I7 S.B.I. 2, 3, 47 Div. Rm. Officer 47 Hall Guard 3, 4. Barnard Northwestern FANSON, HARVEY S.A.7 Intramural Bas- ketball lj Hall Guard I7 Intramural Baseball 3. Louis Champlin Wilson Ir. ERAZIER, ALEXANDER S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Beginners' Band7 Ir. Band, R.O.T.C.7 Marching Band. Felsenthal Northwestern BERGQUIST, DOROTHY S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Nat'l Honor Soc. 47 Div. Rm. Officer 37 Quilpen 2, 3, 47 Latin Club 2, 3, 47 Bi- ology Club 3, 47 Business Staff 47 Dramatic Club CBranchJ. Clissold Chicago BROWN, WYLIE S.A.7 Intramural Base- ball: Intramural Basket- ball7 Protective Patrol. Shoop Wilberforce COLEMAN, MABEL C. French Club. Copernicus Mme. Walker's Beauty College DEBUS, SHIRLEY S.A.7 Flounders I7 Salesmanship 37 Peppers l. Barnard Undecided FIEI-IL, ARTHUR S.A.I A.Y.L.7 Concert Band l, 27 Orchestra 2, 37 Promotion Comm.: Div. Rm. Officer 2, 3, 4, 6, 77 V.E.S.B.7 Flounders l7 Clean-Up Comm.7 Protec- tive Patrol. Barnard Iowa State FRIDAY, KENNETHA S.A.I A.Y.L.7 Promotion Comm. 2, 3, 47 Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3, 47 Interclass Council I, 37 Board of Control. Sutherland Ohio State February Graduates of '43 Page 19 FRITSCH, VERAMERI S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Dramatic Club l, 27 Business Staff 2, 37 Photo Staff 47 Eques- trian Club l. Clissold M.P.l.C. GUEST, SHIRLEE S.A.: A.Y.L.7 Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 3, 47 Dramatic Club 2, 37 sec'y 4, pres. 47 Ouilpen 2, 3, vice-pres. 37 Rhythm Club 3, 47 Pro- motion Comm. 2, 3, 47 Assembly Comm. 47 Div. Rm. Officer l. 2, 37 An- nual Staff 3, 47 Board of Control 4. Clissold Michigan U. HARRIS, CHARLES S.A.7 -Football team 2, 3, 47 Intramural Sports7 Div. Rm. Officer. Esmond Wilberforce HILL, ALICE S.A.7 Peppers l7 Flound- ers l7 Div. Rm. Officer 4. Barnard Undecided IOHANESEN, MARION S.A.7 A.Y.l..: Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 3, 47 Curtain Club 3, 47 Pan American Club 3, 47 Ouilpen 2, 3, 47 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 47 Busi- ness Staff 37 Dramatic Club tBranchJ. Bennet Northwestern KENNEDY, EILEEN S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Fashions of the Hour 27 Div. Rm. Officer 17 Class Officer 17 Foreign Crafts l. Mt. Greenwood Beverly Bus. GENTLEMAN,, NANCY S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 French Club 27 Dancing Club l, 2, 37 Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3, 47 Promotion Comm. 3, 47 Flounders l7 Div. Rm. Officer 2, 3, 47 Probation Comm. 3, 4: Financial Comm. 37 Annual Staff 3, 4. Sutherland Iowa U. HALL, BETTY S.A.: A.Y.L.7 Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 3, 47 Soph. Class Officer7 Iunior Class Offi- cer7 Probation Comm. 2, 37 Business Staff 2, 37 Promotion Comm. l, 2, 3, 47 Social Comm. CBranchl. Sutherland Wisconsin U. HARRIS, ISABELLE S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Flound- ers 1. Shoop Wilberforce HOGE, DORIS S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Tau Epsi- lon 2, 47 Board of Control 47 Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, pres. 47 News Staff 3, 4, lst page co-editor 4: Quilpen 3, 47 Probation Comm. 37 Biology Club 2, 3, 47 Business Staff 3. Sutherland University oflllinos IOHNSON, ALAN W. S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 3, 47 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4: Concert Band, pres. 47 V.E.S.B. 47 Pan American Club 3, 4: Bowling Club 3, 47 Board of Control 4. Barnard Purdue KENNEY, IANICE S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 V.E.S.B. 4: H.R.S.G. 37 Curtain Club 2. Rochester, N. Y. Miami GILL, KENNETH S.A.: A.Y.L.7 Sigma l, 2, 3, 47 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 treas. 3, pres. 47 Em- blem Club 3, 47 Red Cross Council 4, vice-pres. 47 4B Class Officer7 4A Class Officer7 Track team 3, 47 Basketball team 2, 37 Board of Control 4. Esmond Stanford HALL, CORNELIUS S.A. Shoop Undecided HARTOUGH, IANET S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 French Club: Div. Rm. Officer 1. Clissold M.P.I.C. HOLLE, ARTHUR S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Flounders l, vice-pres. l7 Student Council 17 Class Officer 17 Wrestlng team 1, 27 Div. Rm. Officer l, 2, 37 Baseball team 47 Student Court 3, 47 Promotion Comm.7 V.E.S.B. l, 2, 3. Clissold Undecided IOHN SON, DONALD S.A. Petersen Wisconsin KNAPP, NEOLA S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Flounders 17 Ouilpen 37 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 Quill and Scroll 47 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 47 Em- pehi News Staff 3, 47 H.R. S.G.: Div. Rm. Officer 2, 3. Mt. Vernon University of Chicago February Graduates of '43 Page 20 GILLER, PEGGY S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Ouill and Scroll 47 News Staff 3, 47 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 Promotion Comm. Mount Vernon Undecided HANDBURY, MARGARET S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Pan-Amer- ican Club 2, 37 H.R.S.G. Z, 3, 4. Esmond Illinois HEDRICK, FRANK S.A.: A.Y.L.7 Flounders l7 Tau Epsilon 2, 3: Em- blem Club 3, 47 Football team l, 2, 37 Promotion Comm. l, 3, 47 Pan American Club 2, 3, vice- pres. 37 A Cappella 3, 4, treas. 47 Rhythm Club 4. Barnard Iowa State HOLLIDAY, PATRICIA S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Art Club 1, 2, 37 Promotion Comm.7 Curtain Club 3. Clissold Iowa State IOHNSON, MARIORIE A. S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Tau Epsi- lon 2, 3, 47 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 47 Biology Club 27 Zoology Club 27 Photo Staff 3, 4, pres. 47 Cam- era Club l, 2, pres. 27 News Staff 3, 4. Caldwell Knox KNIES, LA VERNE S.A.: A.Y.L.7 Fashions of the Hour7 Skating Club7 Crafts Club7 Cam- era Club. Sutherland Beverly Business College GREENMAN. MARGARET S.A., Branch vice-pres.7 A.Y.L.7 French Club 2, 37 Quill and Scroll 47 Promo- tion Comm. 47 Clean-Up Comm. 47 Rhythm Club 3, 47 A Cappella 47 News Staff 3, 4. Clissold Illinois Wesleyan I-IANSEN, MADELYN S.A.: A.Y.L.7 Flounders 17 Rhythm Club 3, 47 Fashions of the Hour 3, 47 Peppers l, 27 Div. Rm. Officer 2, 3, 4. Barnard Undecided HEFPRON, DONALD B. S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Iazz Band: Orchestra7 Officers' Club: Non-Coms Club7 V.E.S.B.7 Promotion Comm. Clissold I Undecided HUMMEL, SHIRLEY S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Flounders l7 Peppers l, 27 Pan American 37 Queen Roll- ers 3, 47 Div. Rm. Officer 3. 4. Barnard Wilson Ir. KARPOVICH, GEORGE S.A.: Usher Force l,'2, 3, 47 Chief of Ushers 47 Non-Coms Club l, 27 Offi- cers Club 3, 47 H.R.S.G. 37 Div. Rm. Officer 27 Fire Guard l, 2, 3, 47 Air Raid Guard 47 Board of Control 3, 47 Protective Patrol 2, 3, 4. Mt. Vernon U. S. Army Signal Corps. KOCH, LORRAINE A.Y.L.7 S.A.7 Sigma 2, 3, 47 Student Exchange 3, 47 Div. Rm. Officer 2. Mt. Vernon Beverly Business College i 'i . s 5 ss 2 g ,K as EI Z E W 1 -.- 4--...,,, ,. ' vi .Q v iv- f KOCH, LAUREL S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 3, 47 A Capella 47 Latin Club 3, 47 Quil- pen 2, 3, 4, treas. 37 Pan American Club 3, 4: Bi- ology Club 3, 47 Promo- tion Comm. 37 H.R.S.G. 2. Vanderpoel Undecided LEMMER, MELVIN S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, sec'y 47 Iazz Band 3, 4, pres. 4. Barnard Michigan MARTIN, IOYCE S.A.7 A.Y.L. 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 47 Quilpen 4, pres. 47 Tau Epsilon7 Pan American Club 3, 47 Or- chestra 3, 47 Curtain Club 2, 3, 47 Div. Rm. Officer 2, 37 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. Sutherland Knox MILTON, MARGARET S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Tau Epsi- lon 37 Latin Club 3, 47 Bi- ology Club 3, 47 Quilpen 2, 3, 47 Pan American Club 3, 47 Concert Band 47 Orchestra 2, 3, 4, sec'y 47 News Staff 47 Dramatic Club l. Clissold Carleton MUSCHOTT, CHARLA I. S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Probation Comm. 3, 4, chm. 37 Pro- motion Comm. 2, 3, 47 Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3, 47 Sales Comm. 37 Tau Ep- silon l, 2, 3, 47 Div. Rm. Officer 2, 37 Quilpen 47 S.B.I., chm. 47 Student Court 4. Sutherland WAVES OVER, LAURA GENE S.A., tBranchJ treas.7 A.Y.L.7 French Club 2, 37 Student Court 47 Proba- tion Comm. 4, sec'y 47 Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3, 47 4B Class Officer7 Div. Rm. Officer l, 2, 3, 47 Tau Epsilon 4. Clissold University of Illinois KOHFELDT, WALTER S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Tau Epsi- lon 2, 3, 47 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4, vice-pres. 47 Pan American Club: Fire Guard7 Air Raid Guard7 Board of Control. Barnard Purdue LOVEIOY, ALICE S.A.7 A.Y.L.I Student Court 3, 47 Clerk 47 Pro- bation Comm. 2, 3, chm. 37 Promotion Comm. l, Z, 3, 47 Clean-Up Comm. 2, 37 Annual Staff 3, 47 Busi- ness Staff 2, 37 Music Club 17 Newspaper Staff 3. Sutherland University of Illinois MASSIAS, GEORGE S.A. 47 Intramural Bas- ketball team 2, 3, 47 In- tramural Wrestlinq 4. Vanderpoel M.P.I.C. MOORE, HUDDLER S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Camera Club l7 Clean-Up Comm. 2, 37 Div. Rm. Officer 2, 3: Swimming team 3, 4, capt. 47 Promotion Comm. 3, 47 Intramural Sports Z, 3, 47 Student Court 4. Sutherland Northwestern NELSON, DONALD E. S.A.7 Intramural Sports7 Swimming learn: Clean- Up Comm.7 Emblem Club. Kellogg University of Illinois PATTERSON, NANCY S.A.2 A.Y.L.7 Flounders l, pres. l7 Curtain Club 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 37 Clean-Up Comm. 27 Pro- motion Comm. 37 Pan American Club. Vanderpoel Undecided LANDIS, EDWARD S.A.7 Div. Rm. Officer7 Hall Guard 3, 4. , Mt. Greenwood Wilson Ir. LUCAS, FRED S.A.1 Hall Guard. Mt. Greenwood Undecided McGARRITY, THOMAS S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Hall Guard 2, 37 Air Raid Guard 47 Fire Guard 47 NonComs Club 2, 3: French Club 2. McCosh Illinois MORGAN, SOLOMON S.A.7 Basketball 2. Shoop Chicago Teachers NELSON, ROY W. S.A.7 Football team l, Z, 3, 47 Wrestling team 37 Baseball team 47 Emblem Club 47 Hall Guard7 ln- tramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4. Esmond U. S. Army Air Corps PEARCE, BEVERLY S.A.1 A.Y.L.7 Business Staff 27 Music Club I7 Promotion Comm. 3, 47 Probation Comm. 3, 4: Clean-Up Comm. 4. - Sutherland Illinois LEE, CA!-u.. S.A., tBranchl sec'y7 Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, mgr. 47 Iunior Class Officer. Sutherland Purdue LYTTON, LYDIA S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Sales- manship Club 2, 37 Girls Glee Club 17 Queen Roll- ers 3, 4. Mt. Greenwood Undecided MIDDLEBROOK, IACOB S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Basket- ball team 47 Track team 47 Hall Guard 3, 4. Shoop Wilson Ir. MUELLER, LORRAINE S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Flounders 17 Dramatic Club Z, 3, 47 Rhythm Club 3, 47 Pro- motion Comm. 3, 47 Div. Rm. Officer 17 Financial Comm., chairman. Vanderpoel Illinois NICKLAUS. BARBARA S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Quilpen Z, 3, 4, sec'y 3, pres. 47 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 Pan American Club 3, 4, sec'y 47 Latin Club 2, 3. 47 Nat'l Hon. Soc.7 H.R. S.G. Z, 37 Quill and Scroll 47 Board of Control 47 Flounders l7 News Staff 3, 4, 3rd page editor. Horace Mann Undecided PEARSON, CHARLENE S.A.7 Tau Epsilon l, 2. 3, 47 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 47 Latin Club 2, 3, 4, sec'y 3, pres. 47 Quilpen 2, 3, 4, sec'y 47 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, sec'y 4: Empehi News, 3, 4, page editor 4, editor-in-chief 47 Student Council 27 Board of Con- trol 47 Executive Comm. 4. Sutherland Augustana LEHTO, VIOLET S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Flounders l7 Girls' Glee Club 2, 37 Fashions of the Hour 3, 47 V.E.S.B. 2. Barnard Undecided MANION, ALBERT F. S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Div. Rm. Ofticer7 Probation Comm.7 Hall Guard In- spector7 Quill and Scroll 27 Nominating Comm. 4. Clissold Princeton MILLER, SALLY S.A.7 Concert Band 3, 47 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, treas. 3, pres. 47 Div. Rm. Officer 37 Student Council 37 Board of Control 4. Esmond Northwestern MUENCH, GLORIA S.A.7 Dramatic Club 17 Glee Club 1, 37 Quilpen 37 A Cappella 47 Tau Ep- silon 47 Poster Comm. tBranchl. Clissold St. Bernard OLMSTEAD, ESTHER S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3, 47 Promotion Comm. 2, 3, 47 Div. Rm. 2, 37 Social l, 27 Probation 3, 47 S.B.I. 4: French Club Z7 Tau Ep- silon 4. Sutherland WAVES Officer l, Comm. Comm. PERZ, RUTH S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Tau Epsi- lon l, Z, 37 French Club 2. 37 Biology Club 2, 3: Girl's Glee Club 17 A Cappella 3, 47 Div. Rm. Officer l, 3. Clissold M.P.I.C. February Graduates of '43 Page 23 PETERSON, ANNE E. S.A.: A.Y.L.: Photogra- phy Club I: Promotion Comm. 3: Sigma 3: For- eign Arts and Crafts I: Annual Staff 3: S.B.I. 3. Clissold Chicago Normal REINBOLD, HAROLD S.A.: A.Y.L.: Non- Coms Club l, 2, 3, 4: Officers Club 4: Div. Rm. Officer 2, 3: A Cappella 3: Picked Platoon 3: Color Guard 3, 4: R.O. T.C. Staff 3, 4: Sigma 1. Esmond Wheaton College ROBINSON, Pl-IYLLIS S.A.: A.Y.L.: Pan Amer- ican Club 3: Ouilpen 4: Photography Club 1: Div. Rm. Officer 2: Empehi News Staff 3. Sutherland Undecided RUMP, KENNETH S.A.: A.Y.L.: Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3, pres. 3: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3: Baseball team 2, 3, 4, capt. 4: Board of Control 3: H.R.S.G. 2, 3, vice-pres. 2: Business Staff 2: Com- mercial Club l, 2: 4B Class Officer: lnterclass Council 4: Basketball team 2, 3, 4. Esmond Stanford SCOTT, WALTER S.A.: A.Y.L.: Swim- ming team l, 2, 3, 4: Em- blem Club 3, 4: Clean- Up Comm. 3, 4: Promotion Comm. 2, 3, 4: Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4: Safety Council 4: Div. Rm. Offi- cer 1, 2, 3, 4. Barnard Chicago U. SPLINTER, BARRY S.A.: A.Y.L.: Non-Com Officers' Club 2, 3, pres. 3: R.O.T.C. Officer's Club 3, 4, vice-pres. 4: Rifle team 3: Biology Club 2: Safety Council 3: Picked Plafoon 2, 3, 4: Track team 2: S.B,I. 4, head 4. Barnard Illinois U. PIERCE, ARTI-IERA S.A.: A.Y.L.: Flounders l: Div. Rm. Officer 2, 3. Shoop Michigan REKOSH, RICHARD S.A.: A.Y.L.: Sigma l, 2: Div. Rm. Officer 1, 2. Esmond Pottawattomie ROBINSON, RUNETTE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Div. Rm. Officer 1, 2. Raymond Wilson Ir. RUTHERFORD, MAXINE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4, sec'y 3: Pan American Club 2, 3: Safety Council 4, chair- man 4: Promotion Comm. 2, 3, 4: Clean-Up Comm. 3, 4: Social Comm. 2: Board of Control 4. Sutherland Cornell SMITH, NATHAN S.A.: A.Y.L.: Student Court I: Photography Club 1: Zoology Club 2, 3: Swimming team 4: Clean-Up Comm. 3, 4: Promotion Comm. 4. Sutherland Undecided STEFFA, SUZANNE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Pan Amer- ican Club 4: Div. Rm. Officer l, 3: Photography Club 1: Business Staff 3. Sutherland Beverly Bus. POTTS, RUSSELL H. S.A.: A.Y.L.: Promotion Comm. 2, 3, 4: Soph. Class Officer 2: lnterclass Council 2: Swimming team 3, 4: Intramural Baseball 3: Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3, 4: Probation Comm. 3. Sutherland Miami RENNIE, NANCY S.A.: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Nat'1 Hon. Soc. 4, pres. 4: Clean-Up Comm. l: Music Club 1: Div. Rm. Officer 2: Concert Band 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 4: Orches- tra 3, 4: Quilpen 2, 3, 4, treas. 3: Board of Control 4. Sutherland Carleton RHODE, ARLENE S. S.A.: Commercial Club I, 2, 3, 4: Sigma 3, 4: pres. 3, sec'y 4. Esmond Beverly Bus. SCHAU, MARION S.A.: A.Y.L.: Class Of- ficer 2: Fashions of the Hour 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 3: Div, Rm. Officer 2. Barnard Undecided 0 SMITH, RUTH S.A.: A.Y.L.: Pan Amer- ican Club 4. Mt. Vernon Undecided STEINHART, IANE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3, sec'y 3: Busi- ness Staff 3: Social Comm. l: Div. Rm. Offi- cer 2, 3: Finance Comm. 2: Clean-Up Comm. 3, 4: Probation Comm. 4, chair- man 4. Clissold Indiana U. February Graduates of '43 Page 24 REID, PEARL S.A.: A.Y.L.: Girls' Glee Club 1: Dramatic Club l: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Nat'1 Hon. Soc. 4: Biology Club 2, 3: Sigma 3, 4: Oueen Rollers 3, 4: Latin Club' 2. Sutherland Chicago Normal RICHTER, NANCY K. S.A.: A.Y.L.: Div. Rm. Officer l, 4: Probation Comm. 4: Business Staff 2, 3: Tau Epsilon 2: So- cial Comm. CBranchl. Sutherland Wisconsin RUMINS, EDWARD S.A.: Wrestling team l, 2, 3: Intramural Sports l, 2, 3: Hall Guard 1: Pro- tective Patrol 3, 4: Em- blem Club 4. Esmond Indiana SCHLOSSER, ARTHUR S.A.: A.Y.L.: Commer- cial Club 1, 2. Kellogg Armour SNIDER, WILLARD S.A.: A.Y.L.: Photogra- phy Club I: Class Officer 2, 3: Non-Coms Club 2, 3: R.O.T.C. Officer's Club 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: Rifle team 3: Picked Pla- toon 3. Clissold Northwestern THOMPSON, BEA S.A.: A.Y.L.: Queen Rollers 3: Biology Club 2: Curtain Club 4: Fash- ions of the Hour 2, 3. 4 Eberhart Nursing REILLY, LOIS IANE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Dramatic Club l: Tau Epsilon 2: Pan American Club 3,1 4: Queen Rollers 3, 4: Div. Rm. Officer 3. Clissold Fox Secretarial RISSLER, ARNE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Baseball team 2: Football team 3, 4. Clissold Illinois RUMP, ELAINE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Sigma 4: Fashions of the Hour l, 2, 3, 4, treas. 3, 4: H.R.S.G. l, 2: Sigma 1, 2, 3, 4, treas. 4: Student Ex- change manager 3. Esmond U.C.L.A. SCHWEERS, PATRICIA S.A.: A.Y.L.: Dramatic Club l: French Club 2: Biology Club 2, 3, 4: Glee Club l: Div. Rm. Officer 2, 3, 4. Clissold Illinois SPENCER, ROBERTA S.A.: Curtain Club 2. St. Ioseph, England Beverly Bus. THOMPSON, IUANITA S.A.: A.Y.L.: Flounders I: Class Officer 1. Shoop Madame Walker's Beauty College +1 VAN KIRK HOUT, MARIAN S.A.g A.Y.L.g Foreign Craft Club lg Queen Roll- ers 3, 47 Fashions of the Hour 3. Clissold Beverly Bus. WILLIAMS, ELEANOR MARIE S.A.: A.Y.I..p Div. Rm. Officer 2. Shoop Wilson Ir. DOODY, MADONNA S.A., A.Y.L.: Sales- manship 2, 3, Queen Rollers. Mt. Greenwood Undecided HERVEY, RAMON S.A.: A.Y.I...g Tau Epsi- lon 27 Intramural Basket- ball: Football team l, 2, 3, Track team 3. Shoop Undecided Page 26 VVELCH, ELIZABETH Shoop Howard WINKELMANN. LORRAINE S.A.: A.Y.L.g Flounders ly Sigma 3, 47 Peppers 27 Div. Rm. Officer lg Fash- ions of the Hour 3. Vanderpoel M.P.l.C. N DUNGILL, GERALD S.A.: A.Y.L.: Hall Guard lg A Cappella 3, 4. Shoop Chicago Music Conservatory HOLLSTROM, VERNON S.A.: Concert Band 45 Concert Orchestra 45 Be- ginners Band: Iazz Band: Officers Club 47 Non- Coms Club 35 Protective Patrol 35 Emblem Club 4. Vanderpoel Illinois Tech. SHERRICK, LA VERNE S.A.: A.Y.L.p Glee Club lg Queen Rollers 3, 4, Salesmanship 3. Mt. Greenwood Undecided WELCHANS, RICHARD S.A.: A.Y.l..7 Flounders lg Concert Band l, 2, 3, 45 R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4: lazz Band 3, 4: Non-Corns Club 37 Quilpen 47 Offi- cers' Club 4: Pan Amer- ican Club 4. Clissold Undecided WIRTH, HAROLD S.A.: Stage Crew l, 2, 3, 47 Printing Staff 3, 45 V.E.S.B. 1, 2, 3. Clissold Undecided O P I C T U R E S FARRINGTON, ROBERT W. Football 3, 4: Wrestling 2, 3: Baseball 35 Intra- mural Sports. Esmond Iowa State IOHNSON, MARGUERITE S.A.: A.Y.L.7 Flounders lg Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4: Latin Club 27 Quilpen 25 Glee Club 3, 47 Class Officer 25 Protective Comm. 3. Esmond Fisk U. SWATKOWSKI, LOUIS S.A.g V.E.S.B. 2: Non- Coms Club 2, 31 Div. Rm. Officer 3, S.B.I. 3. Vanderpoel Illinois WHITE, DONALD S.A., pres. Branch: A. Y.L., treas. 45 Div. Rm. Officer l, 2, 3, 47 Annual Staff l, 2, 3, 4: Intra- mural Sports I, 2, 3, 47 Latin Club l, 2, 3, 4: Em- blem Club 3, 4, vice-pres. 3: Iunior Class Officer: Basketball team 2, 3, 4, capt. 4. Clissold Illinois YOUNG, IAMES S.A.: Flounders lg Div. Rm. Officer l, 4. Sutherland Rose Polytechnic FRANKS, REBECCA S.A.: A.Y.L. Shoop Undecided KNIGHT, ROBERT S.A. Midlothian Navy WERTHEIM, ROSE A.Y.L.q Glee Club l, 2. Mt. Greenwood Undecided J WHITE, IOANNE S.A.: A.Y.L.p Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 37 Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3, 4: Promotion 2, 3: Student 2, 35 Probation Comm. Court Comm. 3, 4: S.B.I., chair- man 4y Safety Council 4: Board of Control 4. Sutherland Northwestern GRUENWALD, ISABEL S.A.: A.Y.I..g Zoology Club 25 Rhythm Club 3, 4, pres. 4: Financial Comm. 1, 2, 3, 4, Eques- trian Club 3g Board of Control 4, Annual Staff 3. Clissold Illinois SCHWICKRATH, MARY ANN S.A. Sutherland Northwestern FEBRUARY HALL OF FAME Most Popular Girl. . Most Popular Boy .,.. Best Looking Girl. . Best Looking Boy. . Best Dressed Girl. . Best Dressed Boy. . Girl with Best Line .... Boy with Best Line Best Girl Dancer.. Best Boy Dancer. . . Most Studious Girl. Most Stuclious Boy. Most Bashful Girl .,.. Most Bashful Boy. . Most Athletic Girl. . Most Athletic Boy. . Girl with Best Sense of Humor. . . Boy with Best Sens e oi Humor. . . Most Diqnified Girl .......... Most Diqnified Boy .... Hunqriest Girl ..... Hunqriest Boy ..... .................... Best Couple .... Cutest Girl ..... . . . .LAURA GENE OVER . . . . . .KENNY FISKE WHITE . . . . .GENE BEESLEY . . . .BETTE HALL . . . . .RUSS POTTS . . . . .PEGGY GILLER ..BOB FRANCK NANCY GENTLEMAN . . . . .RUSS POTTS . . . . .NEOLA KNAPP . . . .WALTER KOHFELDT . . .SHIRLEY HUMMEL . .IACK BLATCHFORD . . . .NANCY BENNIE . . . .KENNY RUMP . . . .PAT HOLLIDAY ........ARTHOLLE . .MARG GREEN MAN .WALTER KOHFELDT . . . .NANCY RICHTER . . . . . .DON HEFFRON .IOYCE MARTIN and HAROLD REINBOLD . . . .ELAINE BUMP Page 27 FALL BLAKSLEE MCCLELLAND LARSON IONES BLAKSLEE Page 28 1943 JUNE CLASS OFFICERS The Iune Class was wise indeed when it elected Bob Fall, president, Marjorie Blakslee, vice-president: Lorraine McClel- land, secretary, and Arthur Keyes, treas- urer of their graduating class. Morgan Park appreciates the students and con- tributions of the Iune 1943 class, for they have been great Empehites. Marjorie Blakslee attended to the senior banquet, and did an excellent job. The chairmanship of the commencement committee was given to Ray Iones, who really made a success of the graduation program. Mary Moore took charge of the gift committee, making the presentation of a S50 cello. The senior officers chose Don Greene to complete the details of the Cap and Gown measurements, and Ruth Nie- bauer saw to it that announcements were distributed. The senior class play, a timely comedy, was under the chairmanship of Walter Berg. Ioyce Faragher had charge of the ring committee, and in spite of war time restrictions on rings, she saw her job through. Mrs. Dorothy H. Cella was sponsor of the class and gained the ap- proval of every senior by giving help and advice on many matters. Leaving Morgan Park for good, the class of Iune '43 ventures out to face the world with confidence. Sorrow at parting only magnifies the pride the Iune class has in Ernpehi, and the pride Ernpehi has in the lune class. On the night of gradua- tion, the seniors were able to say only- "Thanks, for four swell years." IUNE WHO'S WHO A girl such as Fern Larson is a hard one to find. Combining executive ability and fine scholarship Fern has held the highest position in the school-that of president of the Student Association-and has also maintained an excellent scholastic record. Along with this Fern's charming person- ality and friendliness has made her the most popular girl in her class. With name Ray lones is associated foot- ball in all its glory. Ray was captain of last year's team and during his four years at Morgan Park has earned much fame by his football prowess. Not resting on these laurels alone Ray has also been president of the A.Y.L. this last semester and was chosen most popular boy of his class. We wish much luck to this future Marine. Pert, smiling Marge Blakslee holds the titles of president of Tau Epsilon, chairman of the Clean-Up committee, and vice-presi- dent of the Iune 4A class. To this enviable record can be added her fine scholarship and high standing in the eyes of her fellow classmates. Empehi can be proud of a girl like Marge. Ioe Heidecker is one of those lads who seems to be able to do everything. loe's fine ability as a leader earned him the office of first vice-president of the S.A. and has also been rewarded by numerous of- fices which he has held in clubs and the school's R.O.T.C. Page 29 Q1 gk as 1 4 1611, f"s'f'l4-as Eiga, i'.,-wk Iftxi ABBOTT, GILDA ADAMS, MARIE Shoop Undecided S.A. Shoop Wilson Ir. ANDERSON, IOAN ANDERSON, LOIS S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Flound- S.A. ers7 Biology Club 2, 37 Bradwell Undecided Quilpen 2, 37 Fashions of the Hour 3. Barnard Beverly Bus. ATKINS, FRANK S.A.7 A.Y.L7 Concert Band 2, 37 French Club 2, 37 Biology Club 2, 3, 47 Rhythm Club 4: V.E.S.B. l, 27 Flounders7 Track team 3. Esmond N.Y.U. BERG, WALTER S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Sigma 3, 47 Stage Crew 2, 3, 47 Empehi News 47 Quilpen 2, 3, 4: Assembly Comm. 47 Wrestling team 17 V.E.S.B. 27 Commercial Club 2. Ft. Dearborn Columbia BOLTON, MURIEL S.A. Shoop Central Y.M.C.A. BROWN, GORDON S.A.7 A.Y.L. 47 Football team 1. Clissold Undecided BABBIT, WARREN S.A.7 Student Council 1, 27 A Cappella I, 2, 3. Barnard Illinois BERGSTROM, RUTH S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Annual Staff 4, Ed.-in-Chief 47 Empehi News 37 Latin Club 2, 3, 47 Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 47 Nat'l Honor Soc. 47 Assembly Comm. 47 Quill and Scroll 47 Cur- tain Club 3, 47 sec'y 4. Barnard DePauw BORCHWALD, EDNA S.A. Zion Undecided BROWN, RAY S.A.7 A.Y.l...7 Air Raid Guard 3, 47 Concert Band 47 Non-Coms 3, 47 V.E. S.B. 47 Marching Band 47 Track team 4. Sutherland Illinois Tech. ALLEN, RICHARD S.A.7 Nat'l Honor Soc. 4, pres. 47 Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 47 Board of Control 47 Officers' Club 47 Non- Coms Club 37 Air Raid Guard 3, 47 Fire Guard 3, 47 Picked Platoons 3, 47 Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4. Barnard Lawrence ANDERSON, LOIS M. S.A.7 Tau Epsilon 3, 47 Nat'l Honor Soc. 47 Class Officer 47 Biology Club 2, 37 Quilpen 27 Pan Ameri- can Club 47 Clean-Up Comm. 37 Promotion Comm. 37 Latin Club 2, 3, 4, treas. 3, vice-pres. 4. Sutherland Lawrence BAILEY, FRANCES S.A.: A.Y.L.: H.R.S.G. 37 A Cappella 2, 3, 4, sec'y 47 Clean-Up Comm. 47 Biology Club 27 French Club 37 Student Council 1, 27 Div. Rm. Officer 17 Flounders 1. Gage Park Northwestern BLAKSLEE, MARIORIE S.A.7 Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, pres. 47 Nat'l Honor Soc. 47 Biology Club 2, 3, 47 Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3, 4, vice-ch. 3, chair. 47 H.R.S.G. 3, 4: Rhythm Club 3, 4: French Club 2, 37 Interclass Council 47 4A class officer. Clissold DePauw BOS, ANNETTE S.A.7 Foreign Craft Club 17 Div. Rm. Officer 1. Mt. Greenwood Beverly Bus. BROWN, THOMAS S.A.7 Usher Force 2, 3, 47 Fire Guard 2, 3, 47 Air Raid Guard 3, 47 Officers' Club 3, 47 Rifle team 3. Chattanooga Principia ANDERSON, CARYL lEAN S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Tau Epsi- lon I, 2, 37 Biology Club 17 Latin Club 37 Fashions of the Hour 37 Div. Rm. Officer 2. Ft. Dearborn Northwestern ARQUILLA, ROBERT S.A.7 Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Clean-Up Comm. 47 Biology Club 3, 47 Pan American Club 47 Offi- cers' Club 3, 47 Fire Guard 2, 3, 47 Air Raid Guard 3, 47 Usher force 2, 3, 4. Clissold Chicago BAYRD, HARRIET S.A.: Tau Epsilon 17 Student 'Court 3, 47 ' Pro-' motion Comm. 17 Eques- trian Club 17 Clean-Up Comm. l. Sutherland Denison BLANEY, CHARLES S.A.7 Class Officer 17 Concert Band 2, 37 Cheer Leader 3, 47 Clean4Up Comm. 37 Promotion Comm. I. Vanderpoel Illinois BRANIT, lOE S.A., treas. 1 CBranchl, sec'y-treas. 47 A.Y.L. 3, 4: Clean-Up Comm. 3, 4, treas. 47 Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 47 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 47 French Club 2, 3, vice- pres. 37 Financial Comm. 47 Annual Staff 4, Sports Ed.7 Div. Rm. Officer 2, 37 Executive Comm. 4. Clissold Dartmouth BRUESER, GENEVIEVE S.A.7 Foreign Crafts Club 1. Mt. Greenwood Beverly Bus. ANDERSON, EDURAL S.A. ' Shoop Wilson Ir. ATKINS, FLORENCE S.A. Burke Lincoln School of Nursing BENIAMIN, ARTHUR S.A.7 Baseball team 37 Concert Band 2, 37 Ir. Band 4: Student Council 17 Div. Rm. Officer l, 27 Flounders 1, pres. 1. Esmond Undecided BOER, ALICE S.A.7 Div. Rm. Officer 2. Mt. Greenwood Fox BRENNAN, MARTIN S.A.: V.E.S.B. 4. Barnard Navy Air Corps BURDETTE, HAROLD S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Flounders I7 Div. Rm. Officer 3, 47 Band l, 2, 3, 47 Biology Club 3, 47 Clean-Up Comm. 4. Vanderpoel U.S.C. lune .Graduates of '43 Page 31 BURGE, HARRISON S.A.: Div. Rm. Officer 2, 3, 4: A Cappella 2, 3, sec'y 3: Biology Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Boys' Glee Club 3, 4. Caldwell Miami U. BURTON, AUDREY S.A.: A.Y.L.: Fashions of the Hour 3: Queen Rollers 3: S.B.I. 2. St. Christina De Paul Secretarial LX . 1, 'J ' wx - at Q, W 5 c M, FZOBERT A A.: .s.B. 1, 2, Tau E ilon . X hesterton, Ind. Q Aeronautical U. CIBULSKI, ARKADIA S.A.: A.Y.L.: Div. Rm. Officer 2, 3. Mt. Greenwood Wilson Ir. CORRELL, GEORGE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Basket- ball team 3, 4: Baseball team 3, 4: Emblem Club 3, 4: Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4. Clissold Undecided CROCKE'I"l", MATTELLA S.A. Shoop Undecided BURGMAN, RUTH S.A.: A.Y.L.: Rhythm Club 2: Fashions of the Hour 3, 4: S.B.I. 3: Pro- motion Comm. 3. Marsh Beverly Bus. BUSSIAN, ROBERT S.A.: A.Y.L.: Swim- ming team 3, 4: Div. Rm. Officer 2. Vanderpoel Colorado U. CASHMAN, MAIOREE S.A.: A.Y.L.: French Club 2: Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3: Student Court 3, 4: Social Comm. l tBranchJ. Clissold DePauw CLARK, ROBERT A. S.A.: A.Y.L: Flounders l: Tau Epsilon l: S.B.l. 4. Fort Dearborn Notre Dame CRAFTON, MARYSTEL S.A.: A.Y.L.: French Club 2, 3: Biology Club 2, 3: Clean-Up Comm. 3: Promotion Comm. 3: Tau Epsilon 4: Sigma 4: I-l.R. S.G. 3. Sutherland Stephens DACEY, IEANNE S.A.: A.Y.L.: French Club 2, 3: Business Staff 2: Clean-Up Comm. 3: Curtain Club 3, 4: Rhythm Club 3, 4: Quil- pen 4: A Cappella 3, 4. St. Vincent Ferrar Northwestern lune Graduates of '43 Page 32 BURKE, IOSEPI-l W. S.A.: Football team 2, 3: Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3: Biology Club 2. St. Cajetans Northwestern BUTLER, WYLENE T. S.A.: A.Y.L.: Flounders l. Shoop Wilson Ir. CHAPMAN, TED S.A.: Flounders l: Non- Coms Club 4: Curtain Club 4: Baseball team 4. Esmond Illinois U. CLAUSSEN, IEAN S.A.: A.Y.L.: French Club 2, 3, treas. 3: Tau Epsilon l: Biology Club 2, 3: H.R.S.G. 2, 3: Sci- ence Club CBranchl: Div. Rm. Officer l. Clissold Wisconsin CRAVEN, MARIE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon 2, 3: H.R.S.G. 3, 4: Student Council 4: Clean- Up Comm. 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Commercial Club 3, 4: Promotion Comm. 4: Flounders l. Fort Dearborn Illinois DAVIS, EVELYN S.A.: A.Y.L. Shoop Chicago Academy of Fine Arts BURKHART, PHYLLIS S.A.: A.Y.L.: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Aedile 4, vice-pres. 4: Curtain Club 2, 3, 4: Ouilpen 2, 3, 4: Annual Staff 2, 4: Em- pehi News 3, 4, Literary Ed. 4, lst Page Ed. 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4, sec'y 4, pres. 4: Tau Ep- silon l, 2, 4: Board of Control 4. Clissold Lawrence BYOUS, ELAINE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Biology Club 3, 4, sec'y 4: Cur- tain Club 3, 4, vice-pres. 3, pres. 4: Tau Epsilon 4: Board of Control 4: Pan American Club 4: l-LR. S.G. 3. Barnard DePauw CHILDS, LEROY S.A.: A.Y.L.: Swim- ming team l, 2, 3, 4: Flounders l: S.B.I. 4: In- tramural Volleyball 3, 4. Whittier Northwestern CLAY, LORRAINE S.A.: Peppers 2. Betsy Ross Peter's Business Col. CRAWFORD, MARIAN S.A. Shoop Wilberforce DAVIS, GLENNA S.A.: A.Y.L.: French Club 2, 3, vice-pres. 3: Tau Epsilon l: Biology Club 2, 3: I-l.R.S.G. 2, 3: A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Red Cross Council 3: Science Club tBmnchJ. Clissold Wisconsin BURROWS, INEZ S.A. A.Y.L.: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 2, 3: A Cappella 3, 4: Rhythm Club 4: H.R.S.G. 4: Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4: Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4: Curtain Club Z, 3, 4. Sutherland Wesley Nursing School CAREY, EDRIENNE Edmon Burke Wilson Ir. CI-IRISTMAN. IOSEPH H.. IR. S.A.: Pan American Club 2: Football team l, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling team Z, 3, 4: Track team 2: Base- ball team 3: 4B Class Officer. Barnard Illinois CLAY, PI-IYLLIS S.A.: A.Y.L.: Rhythm Club 2, 3, 4: Pan Amer- ican Club 2, 3: Tau Epsi- lon 2: H.R.S.G. 3: Ir. Band l, 2. Barnard Denison CREMIEUX, ART S.A.: Concert Band 2, 3, 4, treas. 4: Iazz Band 2, 3, 4: Div. Rm. Officer 2, 3: Non-Coms Club 3, 4: Student Council 4: Fi- nance Comm. 4. Vanderpoel Illinois DAVIS. IOAN S.A.: A.Y.L.: French Club 2, 3, 4: Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3, 4: Probation Comm. 4: Student Coun- cil 2: Div. Rm. Officer 2. Clissold Indiana U. .3 ,. . gpg ix , f lm Y 2 ' 'U X gf, f i Q E 1 -I X w ' u 2 Q , w if 53 i W N E :Er xv Amy .. - W : ,I ga 5 'i .W , , , . V -4 pkg wg 4 saw. A Y V Qiig4?3 Z .eff 5 . Ai, N x 'L if UW, .29 M ia ws. gb' Aw? Q31 M Q -f-ff DE BARTOLI, LEE S.A. St. Mary's Undecided DIMITT, DOROTHY A. S.A.7 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 47 Flounders I7 Girls' Glee Club 2, 37 A Cap- pella 47 Biology Club 27 Student Exchange l, 2. Mt. Vernon Chicago Teacher's College DOWNS, MARGARET S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Aedile 3, pres. 47 Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 47 Nat'l Honor Society 47 Quilpen 37 Biology Club 2, 3, 47 Flounders I7 News Staff 3, 47 Board of Control 4. Kellogg Lake Forest EGAN, VIRGINIA S.A.7 Safety Council l, 2, 37 Div. Rm. Officer 27 Biology Club 2, 37 Cur- tain Club 3, 4. Kellogg Grinnell FALL, ROBERT S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 3, 47 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 47 Senior Class President7 Div. Rm. Offi- cer I, 2, 47 Biology Club 3, 4, treas. 3, pres. 47 Pan American Club 4, treas. 47 Board of Control 47 Bowling team 3, 4. Sutherland Colgate FLESHER, IAMES S.A.7 A.Y.L.: Iazz Band 2, 3, 47 Biology Club 2, 37 French Club 2, 37 Air Raid Guard 3, 47 Football team 3: Non-Coms Club 47 Science Club I7 Slide Rule Club tBranchl. Clissold Chicago DEHNING, MARILYN S.A.7 A.Y.L.: H.R.S.G. l, 27 Flounders 17 Clean- Up Comm. 27 Student Court 37 Student Council 37 A Cappella 47 Eques- trian Club 3, vice-pres. 3. Zion Illinois DIXON, lOl-IN S.A.7 Div. Rm. Officer I7 Iazz Band 2, 3, 47 Hall- guard 3, 4. Ruggles New Mexico State DUNCAN, DORTHEA S.A.: A.Y.L.: Concert Band I, 2, 3, 47 Concert Orchestra I7 Camera Club 37 Biology Club 2, 3: Latin Club 3, 4. Ft. Dearborn Illinois EMSHOFF, WILLIAM S.A.7 Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 47 Nat'l I-Ion. Soc. 47 Concert Band 3, 47 Quil- pen 37 Ouill and Scroll 47 Student Court 2: Non- Coms Club 47 News Staff, co-sports ed. 4, 2nd page Ass't 47 Iunior Band 3. Sutherland Undecided FALL, SHIRLEY S.A.7 V.E.S.B. 27 Queen Rollers 2, 3. St. Christina Undecided FOREMAN, IRENE S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 French Club l, 2, 37 Quilpen Club 2, 3 A Cappella 3, 47 Financial Comm. 47 Bi- ology Club 47 Girls' Glee Club 4. Kellogg Lawrence DELANO, WILLIAM L. S.A.7 Football team 2, 37 Intramural Wrestling l, 27 Div. Rm. Officer 2. Vanderpoel Illinois DIXON, VIRGINIA S.A.7 A.Y.L. Shoop I-lerzel DURCHANEK, IAMES S.A.7 Non-Coms 3, 47 Picked Platoon 47 Air Raid Guard 4. Mt. Vernon Illinois Inst. ENGLUND, GLADYS S.A.7 French Club 27 Biology Club 2, 37 Clean- Up Comm. l7 Div. Rm. Officer 2. Bryn Mawr Wisconsin FARAGHER, I OYCE S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Pan American Club 2, 37 Bi- ology Club 27 H.R.S.G. 3, 47 Clean-Up Comm. 47 Student Council 37 Tau Epsilon I, 2, 47 Flounders I: Senior Class Council 4. Sutherland Northwestern FOWLER, BARBARA S.A., pres. CBranchl7 Ex- ecutive Comm. I7 Biology Club 2, 37 French Club 2, 3, sec'y 37 I-I.R.S.G. 3, 47 Promotion Comm. 2, 37 Business Staff 37 Tau Ep- silon 2. Clissold DePauw DEUFEL, TOM S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Pan American Club 2, 37 Pro- motion Comm. 2, 37 Bi- ology Club 27 Annual Staff 27 Poster Comm. 2, 37 Probation Comm. 47 Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3, 4. Sutherland Navy DORIGAN, VIRGINIA S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Biology Club 2, 3. St. Sabina St. Claire DUTTON, BRUCE S.A., 2nd Vice-Pres. 47 A.Y.L.7 Basketball team 2, 3, 4, co-capt. 47 Em- blem Club 3, 47 Soph. Class Officer7 Interclass Council 27 Div. Rm. Offi- cer I, 2, 47 Promotion Comm. 3, 47 Clean-Up Comm. l, 2, 3, 47 Base- ball team 4. Clissold Marines ERICKSON, EUGENE S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Intra- mural Wrestling 37 Div. Rm. Officer 2. Vanderpoel Illinois FARDY, ANN S.A.7 Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 47 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 47 A Cappella 2, 3, 47 Band 2, 3, sec'y 27 Pan Amer- ican Club 2, 37 Flounders lj Sigma 3, 4, pres. 47 Board of Control 47 S.A. Office Bklcr. 4. Esmond Beverly Ir. FRANKLIN, LOUISE S.A.7 Tau Epsilon I7 Sigma 2, 3, 47 A Cap- pella 2, 3, 47 Student EX- change 3, 4, mgr. 47 Fash- ions of the I-four 4. Esmond Stephens DIESEL, HENRY S.A.7 Air Raid Guard 4. Ft. Dearborn Army DOUGLASS, GERALD S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Swim- ming team I, 2, 3, 47 Em- blem Club 2, 3, 4: H.R. S.G. 4: Biology Club, 47 Clean-Up Comm. 4: Flounders lj V.E.S.B. I, Z. Esmond Navy Air Corps DWYER, COLETTE S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Curtain Club 3, 4: Clean-Up Comm. 3, 4, Sec'y 47 H.R. S.G. 3. Vanderpoel Chicago U. ERICKSON, GLADYS S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Biology Club I, 2: S.B.I. 3: H.R. S.G. 37 Quilpen 37 Clean- Up Comm. 3, 47 Student Council 4. Ft. Dearborn St. Lul:e's Nursing School FISHER, IOSEPH S.A.: V.E.S.B. 2, 37 Of- ficers' Club 3, 47 Iazz Band 47 Air Raid Guard 47 Pan American 3. Clissold Army GERNERT, DOROTHY S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Fashions of the Hour 2, 3, 4, vice- pres. 47 Div. Rm. Officer 1, 37 Commercial Club 3. Mt. Vernon Penn. State lune Graduates of '43 Page 35 GIST, CHERIE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Fashions of the Hour l, 2: Pan American Club l, 2: Div. Rm. Officer l, 2: Soph. Class Officer: Clean-Up Comm. 2: Promotion Comm. 2, 3: Interclass Council Z: V.E.S.B. 4. Vanderpoel Northwestern GREENE, DONALD S.A.: A.Y.L.: Usher Force 1: Tau Epsilon I, 2: Biology Club 2: Non- Coms l, 2: Stage Crew 2, 3, 4: Officers' Club 4: Fire Guards 2, 3, 4. Sutherland Chicago HASELY, ELIZABETH S.A.: A.Y.L.: Clean-Up Comm. 3, 4: Probation Comm. 4: Ditching Comm. 4: S.B.I. 3, 4: Div. Rm. Officer 1: H.R.S.G. 2, 3. Sutherland Dension HODGES, PAUL S.A.: Marching Band l, 2, 3: Concert Band 1, 2, 3: French Club 2, 3: Picked Platoon, 2, 4: 'Or- chestra 3, 4: Air Raid Guards 4, Sutherland Chicago U. HUGHES, IUNE S.A.: Flounders l: Fashions of the Hour 2, 3, 4: vice-pres. 2: Div. Rm. Officer 2, 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4. Barnard Principia IASKOWIAK, LORRAIN E S.A. St. Margaret Undecided GLOVER, VIRGINIA S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 3, 4: Nat'l I-lon. Soc. 4: Girls' Glee Club l, 3, 4: A Cappella l, 2, 4: Orchestra 2, 3: Band 3: Assembly Comm. 3, 4, chrm. 4: French Club 2, 3. Clissold Knox HADLEY, MARTHA S.A.: A.Y.L.: Biology Club 2, 3, 4: Clean-Up Comm. 4: H.R.S.G. 4: V.E.S.B. 3: Pan American Club 2: Promotion Comm. 1: Flounders l. Clissold Illinois HEIDECKER, IOE S.A., Vice-pres. 4: Ex- ecutive Comm. 4: Red Cross Council 4: Student Council 3: Board of Con- trol 4, pres. 4: Assembly Comm. 4: Tennis Team 3: Student Court 3, judge 3: Iunior Class Officer. Mt. Vernon - New Mexico State HOLM, EDITH S.A.: A.Y.L.: Pan Amer- ican l, 2: Peppers 2, 3: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3: H.R. S.G. 2, 3, 4: Cheerleader 4: Girls' Emblem Club 4: Senior Class Council. Ft. Dearborn Undecided IRVIN, WILLIAM S.A.: A.Y.L.: Basket- ball team 2, 3, 4: Emblem Club 3, 4: Clean-Up Comm. 3, 4: Baseball team 4. East Washington Army Air Corps IENKINS, GARFIELD S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon 2: Intramural Sports l, 2, 3: Basketball team 3: Tennis 2, 3: Emblem Club 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3: Wrestling l, 2, 3, 4: S.B.I, 4. Shoop Northwestern lune Graduates ol '433 Page 36 GOODSPEED, EILEEN S.A.: A.Y.L.: Flounders l: H.R.S.G. 2: Student Council 2: Div. Rm. Offi- cer 2, 4: Biology Club Z, 3, 4: Clean-Up Comm. 3: French Club 3: S.B.l. 3. Kellogg Lawrence HAFNER, BARBARA S.A.: A.Y.L.: A Cap- pella 3, 4, pres. 4: Stu- dent Court 4, clerk 4: An- nual Staff 2, 3, 4, literary ed. 4: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Curtain Club 2, 3, 4, sec'y 4: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, aedile 3: Div. Rm. Offi- cer 3, 4: H.R.S.G. 4, sec'y 4: Rhythm Club 3, 4: Clean-Up Comm. 2, 4. Clissold DePauw HEIL, RICHARD S.A.: Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 4: Rifle Team l, 2: Officers' Club 3, 4: Non-Coms Club 1, 2: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Ouil- pen 2, 3: Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Board of Control 4: Sigma 4. Vanderpoel Illinois HOUSTON, ANDREW S.A.: Div. Rm. Officer 2: Beginners' Band I: Concert Band 1, 2, 3: R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4: Bi- ology Club 4. Vanderpoel Illinois ISAACSON, RUTH S.A.: Ouilpen 4: Queen Rollers 4. Van Vlissingen Undecided IENSEN, IOHN Sutherland Undecided GRASSE, PAUL T. S.A.: A.Y.L.: Biology Club 2, 3, 4: Air Raid Guard Z, 3, 4: Div. Rm. Officer 4: Basketball team l: French Club 2, 3, 4: Non-Coms 3, 4: Usher Force 3, 4: Biology Club 2, 3, 4. St. Ethelreda Armour HANKE, IANE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon 1, Z, 3, 4: Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4: Board of Control 4: Girls Emblem Club 3, 4, pres. 4: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 2, 3: Quilpen 3: Div. Rm. Offi- cer l. Vanderpoel Lawrence HIGGINS, GLADYS S.A.: Div. Rm. Officer 3. Shoop Wilson Ir. HUBBARD, IOHN S.A.: A.Y.L.: Div. Rm. Officer 2, 3: Promotion Comm. l tBranchl: Fire Guard 2: Poster Comm. 2, 3, 4: Curtain Club 4: An- nual Staff 4, Art Ed. 4. Sutherland Army IAHN, LOREN S.A.: Concert Band 3, 4: Orchestra 4. West Pullman Undecided IOHANSEN, LA VENE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Pan Amer- ican Club 2: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4: Fashions of the Hour 3: Div. Rm. Officer 3. Vanderpoel Northwestern GRAY, HELEN S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 3, 4: Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: V.E.S.B. 4. Clissold Northwestern HARDWICKE, GLADYS IUNE S.A.: A.Y.L. Good Shepherd Con- vent Wilson Ir. HILLER, ELAINE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Fashions of the Hour 2, 3, 4. Ft. Dearborn Dubuque HUBER, IEAN S.A.: Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4: Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4: Latin Club 3, 4: Girls' Em- blem Club 4: Sigma 3, 4. Zion M.P.I.C. IANKO, DOROTHY S.A.: A.Y.L.: S,B.l. 4: Queen Rollers 3, 4. Esmond Fox Secretarial IOHANSSON, CHARLOTTE S.A.: A Cappella 3, 4: Curtain Club 3, 4. Shorewood Penn Hall qw' U..-I! 3 X . X in Yi X wi' 9, -:P M, .F l L f ' 'N .Vg S2 ,. ,,,x . . b W .wax . .- Q! -. +-: xx X W QM, SN 'fix ' .... 1 . K.,, hfk ri 'M t We -iq., I, E T? J: Q ., :v"'I.-,. 5 E A ' Q .,,, IOHNS, IOSEPHINE E. S.A.: A.Y.L.: S.B.I. 3: Pan American Club 2, 3. Phillips Tuskegee Inst. KEDDIE, CLIFF S.A.: A.Y.L.: Flounders 1: Student Council l, 2, 3: Football team l, 2, 3, 4: Baseball team 4: Bowling team 4: Interior Comm. 4: Exterior Comm. 4: Em- blem Club 3, 4. Clissold Illinois KINSELLA, IOHN S.A.: A.Y.L.: Non-Coms 4: Printing Staff 3, 4. Calumet Navy KRAFT, ELIZABETH S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon 4: Pan American 3: Biology Club Z: Concert Band l, 2, 3: Div. Rm. Officer 2, 3, 4. Barnard Wesley Nursing School LEMBERG, HOWARD S.A.: Div. Rm. Officer l: R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 4: Golf team 3. Marquette Undecided LINDROS, SHIRLEY S.A.: Flounders l: Bi- ology Club 2: Zoology Club 2: French Club 3: Girls' Glee Club 3, 4: A Cappella 3, 4: News Staff 3, 4: Business Staff 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4. Barnard Knox IOHNSON, MILDRED S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 2, 3, 4: French Club 2, 3: Clean-Up Comm. 4. Sutherland Miami KERR, EARL S.A.: Tau Epsilon 4: R.O.T.C. 1, Z, 3, 4: Iunior Band 2: Non-Coms 4. Mt. Vernon Army Air Corps KNIGHT, PATRICIA S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon 1, Z, 3, 4: Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4: Ouilpen 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Em- pehi News 3, 4: Editor 4: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: Pan American Club 4: Execu- tive Comm. 4. Sutherland Chicago U. KRUEGER, ROBERT S.A.: A.Y.L.: Biology Club 2, 3: Rhythm Club 2, 3: Basketball team 4: Probation Comm. 4. Mt. Vernon Chicago LEVERENZ, CARL E. S.A.: Swimming team 2, 3: Clean-Up Comm. 2: Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4. Vanderpoel Army Air Corps LOOME, RAYMOND S.A.: A.Y.L.: Science Club l: Biology Club 2: Golf team 3, 4. St. Galls Loyola IONES, HAZEL S.A.: Div. Rm. Officer 4. Barnard Undecided KEYES, ARTHUR . S.A.: Tau Epsilon l, 2: Board of Control 3, 4: Stu- dent Council 3: Div. Rm. Officer 3: Iazz Orchestra 3, 4, leader 4: Fire Guard 4: Air Raid Guard 4: Non- Coms 4: 4A Class Officer. Sutherland DePauw KOCH, HELEN S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon 3: Foreign Crafts I. Clissold Fox Sect. LARSON, FERN S. A., pres. 4: A.Y.L.: Iunior Class Officer: Stu- dent Council 2, 4: Curtain Club 3, 4: Latin Club 3, 4: sec'y 3, vice-pres. 4: Ouill and Scroll 3, 4: News Staff ,3 4: Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4: Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4. Clissold Grinnell LILLENGREN, IOAN S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 3, 4: Nat'l I-lon. Soc. 4: Latin Club Z, 3, 4, vice-pres. 2, 3, pres. 4: Clean-Up Comm. l, 2: Bi- ology Club 2: Ouilpen 3: Board of Control 4: S.B.I. 4. Kellogg Michigan U. LOOMIS, ELEANOR S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 2: Flounders I: Clean-Up Comm. 2: Div. Rm. Officer Z. Sutherland Illinois IONES, RAYMOND S.A.: vice-pres.fBranchJ: A.Y.L: pres. 4: Soph. Class Officer: Junior Class Officer 3: Football Team l, 2, 3 4, capt. 4: Student Court 4: Emblem Club 4: Board of Control 3, 4: Interclass Council 2, 3. Sutherland Marines KING, ROBERT S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon 1, 2, 3, 4: Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4: Officers' Club 4: Air Raid Guard 4: Fire Guard 4. Shortridge Minnesota U. KOHR, RUTH E. S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 3, 4: Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4: Curtain Club l: Glee Club 1, 3, 4: A Cap- pella 3, 4: Ouilpen 2: Girls' Craft CBranch7, pres. l: V.E.S.B. 4: Promotion Comm. 3. Kellog Knox LARSON GLADYS S.A.: A.Y.L.: Sigma 4: S.B.I. 3. Ft. Dearborn Bryant :S Stratton LINAWEAVER, MARGARET S.A.: A.Y.L. Vanderpoel Undecided LORENZ, EDWARD S.A.: A.Y.L.: Promotion Com. 4. Barnard Navy IORDAN, PRISCILLA S.A.: A.Y.L.: Annual Staff 4: Student Court, 2, 3: Promotion Com. Z, 3, 4. Vanderpoel Col. KINNEAR, WILMA IEAN S.A. Shoop Wilson Ir. KOTTEMANN, WALTER S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon 1, 253, 4: Financial Comm. 4: Clean-UP Comm. 3, 4: Nat'l Honor Soc. 4: Div. Room Officer l, Z: Student Council Z: French Club l, 2. Clissold Purdue LAWRENCE, BARBARA S.A.: A.Y.L.: Clean-Up Comm. 3, 4: Probation Comm. 3, 4: S.B.I. 4: Div. Rm. Officer 2, 3, 4: Stu- dent Council 3, 4: Fash- ions of the Hour 4. Sutherland Ames LINDGREN, BETTY S.A. Peirce Undecided LUCIUS, IOYCE S.A.: Equestrian Club l: Rhythm Club 2: Cur- tain Club Z: A Cappella l, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 2. Sutherland Undecided lune Graduates of '43 Page 39 LUKAS, CLARA S.A.: Science Club l tBranchl: Queen Rollers 3: Fashions of the Hour 2, 3: S.B.I. 3. St. Barnabas Undecided McAULlFF, ANN S.A.: A.Y.L.: Flounders I: Pan American Club 2, 3: Sigma 3, 4: sec'y 4: Fashions of the Hour 3, 4. Barnard Illinois McDANIEL, LOUISE I.B.Ward Wisconsin U. MCILHANY, BETTY S.A.: A.Y.L.: Div. Rm. Officer 4: Camera Club 4. Carker Rockford MICHAEL, DONALD S.A.: A.Y.L. Zion Undecided MONROE, LOIS S.A.: A.Y.L.: Fashions of the Hour I, 2, 3: Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3: Flounders 1: Div. Rm. Officer l, 2. Barnard Chicago Fine Arts MacKlNSON, TED RAY- MOND S.A.: A.Y.L.: Clean-Up Comm. l: Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Iazz Band 2, 3, 4: Pan American Club 2: H.R.S.G. 3, 4: Air Raid Guard 3, 4: Fire Guard 3, 4: R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4. Sutherland Ill. Optometry College MCBRIDE, IOHN K. S.A.: A.Y.L.: Football team l, 2, 3, 4: Emblem Club 3, 4: Athletic com- missioner 4: Div. Rm. Offi- cer l, 2, 3: Clean-Up Comm. 3, 4: V.E.S.B. 2, 3: Board of Control 4. Fort Dearborn Iowa State MCDONALD, MARCEL- LETTE S.A.: Flounders l. Shoop Wilson Ir. McKAY, HELEN S.A.:.A.Y.L.: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, sec'y 4: V.E.S.B. 2: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4: Quil- pen 4: H.R.S.G. 4: Girls' Emblem Club 4: Div. Rm. Officer 2, 3: A Cappella 4. Kellogg Albion MILLER, DORIS RUTH S.A.: A.Y.L.: Fashions of the Hour 2, 3, 4: Quil- pen 2, 3, 4: Probation Comm. Z: Financial Comm. 3, 4: Div. Rm. Offi- cer 1, 2, 3: Clean-Up Comm. 3: Band 3, 4: Bi- ology Club 3. Clissold William and Mary MOORE, MARY S.A.: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 4: Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4, treas. 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4, vice-pres. 4: V.E.S.B. 3, 4, sec'y 3: Board of Control 3: French Club 2, 3: Biology Club 2, 3: Pan American Club 4: Girls' Emblem Club 4. Sutherland Iowa lune Graduates of '43 Page 40 MACKLE, IOHN M. S.A. St. Margaret Purdue MCCABE, MALLEN S.A. Copernicus Illinois U. McENCROE,- DOROTHY S.A.: A.Y.L.: Business Staff 2: Girls' Glee Club 3, 4: A Cappella 3, 4: H.R.S.G. 4: Clean-Up Comm. 3: Pan American Club 4: Tau Epsilon 4: Curtain Club 2. Little Flower Northwestern MEDINAS, FRANK I. S.A.:'Flounders l: Com- mercial Club 2. Barnard Wilson lr. MILLER, IAMES T. S.A.: V.E.S.B. 3, 4. Mt. Vernon Undecided MOORE, NANCY S.A.: A.Y.L.: Student Council l, 4: Probation Comm. 4: Student Court 2: Business St-aff l. Kellogg Illinois MAHON, IEAN S.A.: Cheerleader 4: H.R.S.G. 3, 4. Evergreen Pk. Undecided MCCLELLAND, LORAINE S.A., sec'y tBranchl: A.Y.L.: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: V.E.S.B. 2: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Nat'l Honor So- ciety 4: Probation Comm. 4: 4A Class Officer: Clean-Up Comm. 3, 4: H.R.S.G. 4. Clissold De Pauw McEVOY, IUNE AQ S.A.: A.Y.L.: V.E.S.B. 3: Clean-Up Comm. 4: Div. Rm. Officer 1, 4: Biology Club 3. Vanderpoel Monticello MELIN, DORIS S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 3, 4: News Staff 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: Aedile 4: Orchestra Z, 3, 4, treas. 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Quilpen 3, 4: Biology Club 3. Clissold Chicago U. MINICH. MARILYN S.A.: A.Y.L. Syracuse, N. Y. Alaska U. MOORE, PHILLIP l. S.A.: A.Y.L.: Science Club l, pres. l: Tau Epsi- lon 1, 2, 3, 4: Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4: Officers' Club 3, 4: Head of Fire Guard 4: French Club 2: Wrestling team 4. Clissold Chicago U. MAILHIOT, KENNETH S.A.: Football team 2, 3, 4: V.E.S.B. l: Stage Crew l fBranchl: Emblem Club 4. St. Benedicts Army McCOMBS, HAZEL S.A.: Flounders l: French Club 2, 3. Shoop Wilson Ir. MCGHEE, DOROTHY S.A.: Flounders l. St. Anselms Wilson Ir. MELL, MARIORIE S.A.: A.Y.L.: H.R.S.G. 4: Clean-Up Comm. 4: News Staff 4: Biology Club 4. Arlington, Mass. Western State MITCHELL, SUZANNE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Pan Amer- ican Club 4: Latin Club 3: Biology Club 3, 4: Cur- tain Club 3, 4: Tau Epsi- lon 1, 3, 4. Barnard Monmouth MORGAN, WALTER S.A.: Science Club I: Officers' Club 3, 4: Air Raid Guard 4: Fire Guard 2, 3, 4: Usher Force 3, 4: Board of Control 4: Ex- ecutive Comm. 4: Picked Platoon 3, 4: French Club 2: Board of Control 4. Sutherland Purdue F MORTIMER, ROBERT S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Tau Epsi- lon 1, 2, 35 Senior Coun- cil 4: Freshman Class Officer: Student Court 4: Div. Rm. Officer l, 2, 35 Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 45 Clean-Up Comm. 35 Flounders l. Sutherland Dartmouth NIEBAUER, RUTH S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Tau Epsi- lon I, 2, 3, 45 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 45 Sigma 35 Student Council 25 Senior Coun- cil5 Div. m. Officer 2, 3, 45 Girl Emblem Club 45 Finan ial Comm. 2. Ft. earborn Undecided O'TOOLE, BERNADINE S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3, 45 Financial Comm. 35 Div. Rm. Offi- cer l, 2, 3, 45 Promotion Comm. 2, 35 Probation Comm. 45 Flounders I. Vanderpoel Wesley Nursing School PETERSON, KENNETH . S.A.: Baseball team 3, 45 A Cappella 35 Intra- mural Sports 3, 45 Non- Coms 2. Clissold Navy Air Corps POWELL, MARILYNN S.A.5 Flounders 15 Fashions of the Hour l, 2, pres. 25 Div. Rm. Offi- cer 1, 2. Barnard Stevens RADZ, EMILY ' S.A.5 Fashions of the Hour 2. St. Margaret Fox Secretarial MOULTON, IEAN S.A.5 Clean-Up Comm. 25 H.R.S.G. I5 Tau Epsi- lon 45 Promotion Comm. 25 French Club 25 Curtain Club 2, 35 News Staff 3, 4: A Cappella 3, 4. Los Angeles Sbuthern California U. NORTI-IAM, MARY S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 News Staff 3, 4, Znd Page Ed. 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 2, 35 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, sec'y 45 Tau Epsilon I, 2, 45 Div. Rm. Officer 45 Business Staff 25 Promo- tion Comm. 2. Clissold Illinois PALLARDY, CHARLES S.A. Little Flower Army PFROMMER, HELEN S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Biology Club 45 Tau Epsilon 4. Longfellow Wisconsin U. POWER, WILLIAM S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Wrestling team, 3, 45 Swimming team, 25 Basketball team, 4. Esmond West Virginia U. RAMSHAW, WARREN S.A.5 Pan American 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3, pres. 45 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Red Cross Council 3, 4, pres. 3, vice-pres. 4. Vanderpoel Illinois MUNNS, HARRIETTE S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 H.R.S.G. l, 2, 35 Pan American Club 2, 35 Tau Epsilon 2, 45 Clean-Up Comm. 35 Bi- ology Club 2, 35 Quill and Scroll 45 News Staff 3, 45 Annual Staff 4. Clissold Illinois U. NORTHSTRUM, RUTH S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Sigma 45 Div. Rm. Officer 45 Tau Epsilon 3, 4. Ft. Dearborn Northwestern PATTERSON, ROBERT S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 French Club 2, 35 Biology Club 3, 4, sec'y 4, vice-pres. 45 Bowling Club 45 Football team 35 Track team 3, 45 Iazz Band 2, 3, 45 Poster Comm. 3, 4. Clissold Colorado U. PILKINGTON, ROBERT S.A.5 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 2, 3, vice-pres. 35 Curtain Club 4, treas. 45 Sigma 3, 4, treas. 45 R.O.T.C. Offi- cers' Club 3, 45 Air Raid Guard 3, 45 Fire Guard 45 Non-Coms 2: Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4. Barnard Northwestern POWERS, IUNE S.A.: A.Y.L. Clissold California State RASMUSSEN, MARIORIE S.A.: A.Y.l...: Flounders I5 Fashions of the I-Iour 3, 45 sec'y 3, 4: pres. 4, vice-pres. 45 Girls' Glee Club 3, 4. Barnard National College MURDOCK. IOELLEN S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Div. Rm. Officer 2, 35 News Staff 3, 4, asst. lst page ed. 3, Literary Ed. 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Latin Club 35 Financial Comm. 25 Tau Epsilon 45 Clean-Up Comm. 45 Quilpen 2, 3. Kellogg Gulf Park OSBORNE, GLADYS S.A. A.Y.L.: Latin Club l, 2, 3, treas. 35 Biology Club 2, 35 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 45 Clean-Up Comm. 2. 35 Div. Rm. Officer 3, 45 H.R.S.G. 2, 35 Promotion Comm. 2, 3: A Cappella 2, 3. Sutherland Lawrence PETERSON, BETTY S.A.5 A.Y.L.: Science Club l tBranchl5 Biology Club 3, 4. Clissold 'Undecided PONTIUS PATRICIA S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Latin Club 2, 3, treas. 35 Student Court 4, chief justice 45 Flounders l, vice-pres.: Biology Club 3, 4: A Cap- pella 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club I, 2, 3, 4. Vanderpoel Lawrence RABE, SHIRLEY S.A.5 Flounders 15 Quil- pen, 2, 35 Biology club, 2, 35 Div. Rm. Officer, 1, 25 Fashions of the Hour, 3, 4. Barnard Dubuque U. I RICHARDSON, SHIRLEY S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Tau Epsi- lon I, Z, 3, 45 Nat'l I-Ion. Soc. 45 Sigma 3, 4: Girls' Emblem Club 45 Floun- ders 15 Peppers 15 Fash- ions of the Hour 2, 35 Div. Rm. Officer l. Barnard Fox Secretarial NEWMAN, FRED S.A. Clissold Army PACE, IEAN ANN S.A.5 Flounders I, pres. 15 I'l.l:l.S.G. 2, 35 Latin Club 35 Clean-Up Comm. 45 Board of Control I5 Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 45 Nat'l Hon. Soc. 45 Div. Rm. Officer I, 2, 3, 4. Vanderpoel ChicagoU. PETERSEN, DOROTHY S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon 4. Ardmore Undecided POTTER RAYMOND S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Biology Club 3, 4. Clissold Illinois U. RACINE, MILDRED S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 French Club I, 25 Biology Club 2, 35 Glee Club 4. St. Cajetan Illinois RIECK, PATRICIA S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Floun- ders 15 Clean-Up Comm. 2, 35 Curtain Club 2, 3: News Staff 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Equestrian 2, 35 Tau Epsilon 1. Vanderpoel Drake U. lune Graduates of '43 Page 43 ROBINSON, ERNESTINE S.A.: Flounders l. Shoop Wilberforce SCHIPPLOCK, MARGE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Iunior class officer: Rhythm Club 2, 3, 4, pres. 4: Stu- dent Council 2: Board of Control 4: Tau Epsilon 2, 4: H.R.S.G. 3, 4: vice- pres. 4: Annual staff 2, 3, 4, business manager 4: Newspaper staff 3, 4. Clissold Wesley Nursing School SCHUMACHER, PEGGY S.A.: A.Y.L.: Freshman Class Officer: Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3: S.B.I. 3, 4: H.R.S.G. 3: Latin Club 2, 4: Probation Comm. 4: Business Staff 1. Sutherland Michigan U. SHAFFER, HARRIET S.A.: Tau Epsilon l: Biology Club 3, 4: Pan American Club 4: Curtain Club 3, 4: News Staff 3, 4: A Cappella 3, 4: Staff Clerk 4. Clissold Missouri U. SOLFRONK, BETTY S.A.: A.Y.L.: Eques- trian Club l: Promotion Comm. l: Tau Epsilon 1, 3: Biology Club Z: Rhythm Club 3: Proba- tion Comm. 4: A Cap- pella 4. Sutherland Ames SYKES, ANDREW I. S.A.: Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, mgr. 4: Board of Con- trol 4: Assembly Comm. 4: R.O.T.C. 2, 3. Sutherland Chicago U. RODENKIRCH, MATT S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 3, 4: Nat'l l-lon. Soc. 4: Flounders l: Div. Rm. Officer 2: Student Council 2: Bowling Club 3, 4. St. Margaret Colorado SCHMIDT, IOHN S.A.: V.E.S.B. 2: Non- Coms Z, 3: Fire Guard 3, 4: Air Raid Guard 3, 4: Officers' Club 4: Picked Platoon 2, 3. V Arbor Park Undecided SCOBEY, HERBERT S.A.: R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4: Non-Coms 3: Officers' Club 4: Beg. Band 1: Fire Guard 3, 4: Air Raid Guard 4. Mt. Vernon Iowa SHOEMAKER, ROBERT S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon l, Z, 3, 4: Usher Force 3, 4: Fire Guard 4: Air Raid Guard 4: Officers' Club 3, 4: Biology Club 2, 3: Rifle team 4. Kellogg Standford STEVENSON, ELLEN S.A.: Quilpen 2: For- eign Crafts l: Science Club l: Camera Club 2, 3: Div. Rm. Officer l: Bi- ology Club 4. Vanderpoel Yale U. TAIT, ALICE S.A.: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Nat'l Honor Society 4: French Club 2, 3: Fi- nancial Cornm. 3, 4, pres. 4. Zion Wheaton lune Graduates of '43 Page 44 ' RODGER, ARTHUR S.A.: A.Y.L.: V.E.S.B. 2: Tau Epsilon l, 3: Base- ball team 3, 4: Emblem Club, 4: Clean-Up Com- mittee l, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3: Commissioner of Service 4: Executive Committee 4. Sutherland Purdue SCHMIDT, YVONNE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon 2, 3, 4: Div. Rm. Offi- cer 2, 3, 4. Arbor Park Undecided SEEHAFER, ARLETTE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Flounders 1: Tau Epsilon 1, Z, 4: Fashions of the Hour 4. Esmond Stephens SMITCHGER. IEANNETTE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Div. Rm. Officer 3. Midlothian Undecided STRACK, IANE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: sec'y 4: Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 4: Biology Club 2: Clean-Up Comm. l, 2: Probation Comm. 4: S.B.I. 4: Business Staff 1: Pro- motion Comm. 3. Kellogq Michigan U. TALLY, VIRGIL S.A.: Non-Coms Z, 3, 4: V.E.S.B. 2: Pan American Club 2: Div. Rm. Officer 3: Air Raid Guard 4. Vanderpoel Illinois RUPP, THOMAS S.A.: A.Y.L.: Baseball team 3, 4: Basketball team 4: Emblem Club 3, 4: Clean-Up Committee I, treas. l: Student Court 3, judge 3: Inspector 4: An- nual staff 3, 4. Clissold Texas Christian SCHUBERT, DONALD S.A.: A.Y.L.: Iazz Band 3: Air Raid Guard 3: Slide Rule Club l fBranchJ: Science Club l: Craft Club 1. St. Ethelreda Navy SEXTON, LEWIS S.A.: A Cappella Z, 4: Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4: News Staff 3: Pan Amer- ican Club 2, 3, 4, vice- pres. 3: Curtain Club 2. 3, 4, vice-pres. 4: Biology Club 3, 4, treas. 4. Sutherland Undecided SMITH, HELEN S.A.: A.Y.L.: French Club 2: Tau Epsilon l, Z, 3: Probation Comm. 4: Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3: H.R.S.G. 3: S.B.I. 3: Pro- motion Comm. 3. Sutherland Michigan U. STURM, REA S.A.: A.Y.L.: Fashions of the Hour 2, 3: Student Court 3: S.B.l. 2, 3. McKay Ytfisconsin U. THOMA, RUTH S.A.: A.Y.L.: Biology Club 3: Fashions of the Hour 3, 4: treas. 4: Div. Rm. Officer 2: Pan Amer- ican Club Z. Marquette M.P.l.C. SCHILD, VIRGINIA S.A.: Sigma 4, vice- pres. 4. Zion Ev. Lutheran U. of Illinois SCHULZ, LAVERNE S.A.: Latin Club 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4: Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4: Camera Club 3: Photo Staff 4: Ouilpen 3, 4: Div. Rm. Officer 4: A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3. Barnard Illinois Tech. SHADDON, MARY lANE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Pan Amer- ican Club Z, 3: Biology Club Z, 3: H.R.S.G. 3. Marquette Illinois SODEROUIST. RAYMOND S.A.: Beginners' Band l: Iunior Band 2: Concert Band 3 4: Div. Rm. Offi- cer l, 3: Dance Orchestra 4: Air Raid Guard 3, 4. Mt. Vernon Michigan U. STURNER, IEANNE S.A.: A.Y.L.: V.E.S.B. 3: Rhythm Club 4: H.R. S.G. 3: French Club 2: Pan American Club 4: Div. Rm. Officer 2. Barnard Stephens TOOSLEY, WARREN S.A.: A.Y.L. Blue Island Undecided 1 Page 46 TOOSLEY, WARREN S.A.: A.Y.L. Blue Island Undecided VOITECH, IOSEPI-I S.A.: A.Y.L.: Air Raid Guard 3, 4: Fire Guard 3, 4: Usher Force 4: V.E.S.B. I, 2: Officers' Club 3, 4: Stage Crew 1. Arbor Park Undecided WEST, VELMA C. Burley Undecided W'OLCOTT, GRACE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Latin Club 3: Div. Rm. Officer 3: Pan American Club l: Sigma 4: I-I.R.S.G. 4: Clean-Up Comm. 3: Tau Epsilon 3, 4. Kellogg Smith AIRD, WILLIAM S.A. St. Margaret Illinois HUBLEY, BOB S.A.: Baseball team, mgr. 2: Div. Rm. Officer l: Golf team 2, 3: Ir. Band 3, 4. Mt. Greenwood Undecided TOWNS, IAMES S.A.: Bowling team 2, 3, 4: Tennis team l, 2, 3, 4: A Cappella 3, 4. Vanderpoel Wilson Ir. WALKER, BRUCE S.A.: Tau Epsilon I: Flounders l: Student Council l, 3: Board of Control 4: A Cappella 3, 4, sec'y 4: V.E.S.B. I, 2, 3: Assembly Comm. 4: Curtain Club 4, pres. 4: Swimming team 2, 4: Football team l, 2. Ft. Dearborn Navy Air Corps WESTBERG, IANET S.A.f A.Y.L.: Clean-Up Comm. 3: H.R.S,G. 3: Quill and Scroll 3: News Staff 3: Curtain Club 3: Biology Club 3: Tau Epsi- lon l, 4: Financial Comm. 2. Sutherland Chicago U. WOODRUFF, GLORIA S.A.: A.Y.L.: Quillpen 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 3, 4. F. Dearborn Undecided BOLTON, WILBUR TREBILCOCK, MARIORIE S.A.: A.Y.L.: Clean-Up Comm. 4: Biology Club 2: Div. Rm. Officer 1: Pan American Club 3. Vanderpoel Illinois WALL, ROBERT S.A.: Emblem Club 2, 3, 4: Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4: Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3: Basketball team 2, 3: Football team 2, 3, 4: Bowling team 2, 3. St. Ethelreda Navy WHITE, HAZEL S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsi- lon 2, 3, 4: Nat'l Hon. Soc. 4: Red Cross Council 3, 4: Quilpen 2: Quill and Scroll 4. Barnard Mines College YAPP, LORRAINE S.A.: A.Y.L.: I-l.R.S.G. 2, 3, 4: Pan American Club 2, 3: Red Cross Council 4: Cheerleader 3, 4, mgr. 4: Peppers l, 2, 3: Queen Rollers 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 1, 2: Div. Rm. Officer 4. Vanderpoel Nebraska U. NO PICTURES BROWN,OSCAR S.A. S.A.: Wrestling team 3, Clissold Marines 4: Emblem Club 4. Shoop Tuskegee Inst. LAMBERT, FRANK MILLAR, ROBERT S.A.: A.Y.L.: Student Council l, 2: Clean-Up Comm. l, 2: Basketball team 3, 4: S.B.I. 4: Proba- tion Comm. 4: Div. Rm. Officer I, 2, 3: Student Court l. Ft. Dearborn M.I.'l'. S.A.: Fireguard 4: Air Guard 4: Officers' Club 3, 4: Non-Coms Club 4: Track team 3, 4: I-I.R.S.G. 2: A Cappella 3. M.P.M.A. Army VINING, ISAAC S.A. Carter Wilson Ir. TUBBS, DEAN S.A.: A.Y.L.: R.O.T.C. l, 2: Football team 2, 3, 4: Emblem Club 3, 4: V.E.S.B. 4. Sutherland Northwestern WATSON, RUDOLPH S. A.: A.Y.L.: Tennis team 2: Bicycle Guard 2: S.B.I. 2: Student Council 2. Shoop Illinois Tech. WILLIAMS, RUTH S.A.: S.B.l. 4: Promo- tion Comm. 3, 4: Pan American Club 3, 4. Shoop Cheyney College ZOBAC, RICHARD S.A.: A.Y.L. DAVIS, VIRGINIA S.A.: Div. Rm. Officer 2. Shoop Wilson Ir. RADTKE, ANNE S.A.: Latin Club 3: A Cappella 2, 3, 4. St.Margaret Undecided VAN ETTEN, HERBERT S.A.: A.Y.L.: Clean-Up Comm. 3, 4: French Club 2: Div. Rm. Officer 3, 4. Clissold Cornell WELICKA, VALERIE S.A.: Peppers 3. McKay Moser WIRTI-I, RICHARD S.A.: Stage Crew l, 2: Iunior Band 2: Concert Band 3: Orchestra 4: Bowling team 4: Div. Rm. Officer 4: R.O.T.C. 3. Clissold Illinois Tech. ZOELLICK, RALPH S.A.: Tau Epsilon I, 2: Div. Rm. Officer 4: V.E. S.B. 4: Biology Club 2,3. Zion Illinois Tech. DENTON, MARTHA ' S.A.: A.Y.L.: A Cap- pella 3: Girls' Glee Club 3, 4. - Shoop I-Ierzel SHORT, WILLIAM S.A.: Flounders l: Div. Rm. Officer l, 3: Clean- Up Comm. 4: Biology Club 4. Ft. Dearborn Illinois Page 47 Page 48 IUNE HALL OF FAME Most Populcrr Girl. Most Popular Boy. . . . .FERN LARSON . . . . .RAY IONES Best Looking Girl ..... .... C HERIE GIST Best Looking Boy ..... .......... T OM RUPP Best Dressed Girl ..... .... I OAN LILLENGREN Best Dressed Boy ..... ..... B RUCE DUTTON Girl with Best Line .... . . Boy with Best Line .... . Best Girl Dancer. . . Best Boy Dcmcer .... Most Studious Girl .... Most Studious Boy ..... Most Bctshiul Girl ..... . Most Bcrshful Boy ..... Most Athletic Girl. Most Athletic Boy. Girl with Best Sense of Humor .... .. Boy with Best Sense of Humor. . . Most Diqnitied Girl Most Diqnifiecl Boy ..... Hunqriest Girl ..... Hunqriest Boy .... Best Couple ..... Cutest Girl .... . . .DEANIE O'TOOLE ..........TOM RUPP MARGE SCHIPPLOCK . . . . .IOE HEIDECKER . . . . . .HELEN GRAY . . . . .PHILLIP MOORE . . . .BETTY PETERSEN .......BOB FALL . . . .PHYLLIS CLAY . . .IACK CHRISTMAN . . .IEANNE STURNER . . . . .WALLY BERG . . . .ELAINE BYOUS . ...TOM BROWN . .GRACE WOLCOTT . . . . . .IACK MCBRIDE . . . . .MARGE BLAKSLEE-GERRY DOUGLAS . . . . . . . . .IOYCE FARAGHER SCIENCE AWARDS! The bestowing on a Morgan Park high school graduating senior of the Science Award is quite an honor. Every year two seniors, one from each semester, are chosen for this award. Mr. A. R. Gay is in charge of picking these students. Qualifications for this honor are that the student must have had three years of sci- ence studies, two ot which must have been laboratory sciences, and at least two years of mathematics. The student who maintains the highest science grades is awarded the medal. In case of a tie, the mathematics grades are the determining factors. e fr s WALTER KOHFELDT ' a IANE HANKE Of the February graduates, Walter Kohteldt was selected as the winner of the Science medal and lane Hanke from the lune class is cited as the outstanding stu- dent in science for her class. Both Walter and lane are "S" students, and because oi their sincere work deserve this honor. The award, a bronze plaque, was at- tributed to these students by the Bausch Lomb Optical Co. Page 49 if ir Pag 5U Q -1 . -, x if 'A' JWIVITIES i' mlm? I 'I N iff j I We 5' V .1 'stir x xq "' 7 0 L 9.x +4 ., , 2 L X Q J Q 'K '17, 5 5' X wise ff Q i J I ,Q I 'H' ' -fff .- X T-A X S -f r . J' "gg- ' N Z-1 -I x -'Q L ' V . 3 X' -- X X 3 L ,J xl A gg E ,T K A, ik X I Nx xx f ' 'Q f D 24 XS? Q A in QXKXXST , 1 X f W L7 eSX.:eSf Q x ' . A x A xx, -K , r A I v 1 A-f Y 2. Activities are the spice of Em- pehi. wifh the S. A. comes the clubs, sociols, sports events- everything that makes o school fun and exciting to attend. 2 V Page 51 DUTTON BROWN HEIDECKEB LABSON BRANIT THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION Climaxing the features offered to Student Association Members through the year is the Empehi Annual. Weekly issues of the Empehi News: dances featuring out- side bandsg several after school movies, and a night basketball game have all been sponsored by the Student Associa- tion. Membership in the S.A. also entitles students to join the many clubs at Morgan Park. The activities of the fall semester re- volved around the slogan, "The S.A.- "Tops in Everything," while the theme of the spring term was a "Big Parade," fea- turing the slogan, "Keep in step with Two Stamps a Month." Arranging and carrying out the entire S.A. program is the Executive committee, composed of the four S.A. officers and the heads of the major organizations. The S.A. officers were Fern Larson, president: Toe Heidecker, first vice-presidentg Bruce Dutton, second vice-president, and Ruth Brown, secretary-treasurer during the fall semester, while the office was held by Toe Branit during the spring term. The Execu- tive committee also included Pat Pontius, Chairman of the Student Court: lack Mc- Bride, Athletic Commissioner: Mary Ann Falls, chairman of the Promotion Commit- tee, Ruth Bergstrom, editor of the Annual, and Charlene Pearson, Empehi News ed- itor, during the fall term, and Pat Knight, editor during the spring semester. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ROW 1: Heidecker, Larson, Dutton, Branit. ROW 2: Berg- strom, Knight, McBride, Mor- gan, Pontius. Page 52 ROW I Fitch, Burkhart, lanes, I-Ieidecker, McBride, Barton, Chatters, Darling. ROW 2: Anderson, Byous, Pontius Richard, Allen, Vogele, Lillenqren, Johnson, Schipplock. ROW 3: Dose, Kann, DeVol, Schmidt, Keyes Walker, Sykes, Ramshaw, Blakslee, Hafner. BOARD OF CONTROL Don Tatershall .... .... Ruth Bergstrom . . . . . . . Tack McBride Ray Iones ..... Bob Fall .... Bud Buckley . . . Wally Teninga . . , . . .. Ioan Campbell .... .... A CAPPELLA .........,.. ANNUAL STAFF ........... ATHLETIC COMMISSION ..... A.Y.L. ...............,... . . BIOLOGY CLUB ........ BOYS' EMBLEM CLUB .... BRANCH ..,.......... ..... BUSINESS STAFF. . . Tom Thayer ...... .... C AMERA CLUB .......... Marjorie Blakslee AI Iohnson ....... .... Bruce Walker .. Charlene Pearson Ioan Larson ., .... .... Iane Hanke Pat Fitch ...... Nancy Combs .. Vern Holstrom .. Art Keyes ..... Dave Mitchell .. Peggy Downs .. Nancy Rennie ...,.. .... Walter Kohfeldt ...., .... Marge Alcock .. Marge Iohnson . . . . . . . Mary Ann Falls ..... .... Beatrice Thompson Doris Hoge ....... .... Ioyce Martin ..... .... Warren Rarnshaw Ion Engstrom ..... .,.. Mildred Moore .. Carl Lee ...... Pat Pontius .... Ken Gill .... Paul Dasher .... Walter Morgan . , , . . . . CLEAN-UP COMMITTEE ..,. CONCERT BAND ......, CURTAIN CLUB ....... EMPEHI NEWS ....... FLOUNDERS ............ GIRLS' EMBLEM CLUB .... GIRLS' GLEE CLUB ..... I-I.R.S.G. ...,........... . INTERMEDIATE BAND .... IAZZ BAND ............ IUNIOR BAND ........ PAN AMERICAN CLUB .... , . . . . ,Dorothy Dose PROMOTION COMMITTEE .... . PHOTO STAFF ......,...... KAY-OUE ROLLERS ........ OUILL AND SCROLL. .. OUILPEN ............... RED CROSS COUNCIL .... RHYTHM CLUB ,...,... SIGMA ........... STAGE CREW ..... STUDENT COURT .... TAU EPSILON ..... V.E.S.B. ......... . . USHER FORCE .... LATIN CLUB .................,. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY .... OFFICERS' CLUB ....... ,..... . , . . .Barb Hafner . . .Ruth Bergstrom . . . . .Iaclc McBride .......Ray Iones . . . . .Marge Anderson . , . . .Burt Schmidt Vivian Senechalle ..Annette Darling . . .William Vogel .Marjorie Blakslee . . . .Richard Allen . . .Elaine Byous . . . . .. .Pat Knight .Barbara Iohnson ......Iane Hanke ......Iune Kahn . . , .Nancy Combs . . . .Glen Cremier .... . .Art Keyes . . . .Ben Copeland . . .Ioan Lillengren . . . .Richard Allen . . .Walter Morgan .Warren Ramshaw . .Herman Teninga . . . . .Grace Barton ..PhylIis Burkhart .......,Pat Fitch ........Art DeVoI Marge Schipplock .. . .. .Ann Fardy . . . .Andy Sykes . . . . . . .Pat Pontius . , .Marge Blakslee . . . .Beth Chatters . . . .Angus Cotton Page 53 STUDENT GOVERNMENT The Student council, composed of all di- vision chairmen, is the lower house of our bicameral legislative department. Repre- senting the student body at large, this or- ganization gives an opportunity for stu- dents to voice their opinions concerning their student government. From the sug- gestions of this body are formulated the plans for running the Student Association which the executive committee carries out. Besides passing laws, the Student council has the duty of voting upon the nominees for S.A. officers. Together with the Board of Control, the Student council must ratify the S.A. slate. The presiding officer of this body is the president of the Student As- sociation. The Board of Control, the upper house ot our legislative department, includes in its membership the presidents of all clubs. In order to retain membership in the Board of Control, clubs must attain a certain num- ber of points which they earn through various activities. The highlight of the social activities of this organization is the annual Board of Control banquet, when the new Student association officers are formally installed and the newly elected club presidents are introduced. The first vice-president of the S.A. presides over this organization, While Miss Condit spon- sors it. Perhaps the most complex portion of our S.A. is the judicial department, which in- cludes a Student court under which oper- ate a series of committees. Each of the four judges, presided over by a chief jus- tice, oversees the work of a certain number of committees. The newly formed Exterior and interior Service committees were headed by Stan Hall and Cliff Keddie, re- spectively. The Exterior Service committee takes charge of cleaning the parkways and it is responsible forthe conduct of students outside the school buildings. Un- der the Interior Service committee comes the system of hall guards, which was headed by Bill Rose, and an organization to maintain order in the lunch rooms. The probation committee, under the court, is an organization Whose job is to cut down suspensions and to aid suspended stu- dents as Well. lane Strock has been in charge of the committee during the past semester. The S.B.l., headed by a chair- man and his cabinet attempts to stop theft and also to recover stolen articles. Frank Lambert, who headed the organization during the beginning of the term was re- placed by Gerry Douglass. The Court has been presided over by Chief Iustice Pat Pontius and has been sponsored by Capt. Lorentz. The Inter-Class Council, headed by Her- man Teninga and represented on the Ex- ecutive committee by the second vice- president of the S.A., includes officers of the four classes. This organization carries out the program of promotion. The Assembly committee, composed of several teachers and students, encourages the preparation of better assemblies, since this group must pass on all assemblies before they may be presented before the student body. Page 54 1 9 .,- gi Aw A f il, W 4 Q Q- V M ' A ,..V V: 'W fx Qi " ' gg? 2 1 5 1 L N , Q5 ,..1::E W' 2 5 Q.. ,zz v 1532 fe ,KW X ff vw gin- , W 5 -1 Q Q Q 3 E113 -f' , , - ,- , ff EN is J' 'W ' EW 45 Q 66 QE -2 " 'WW X. 5 'Q sg x 5 -15 uf 33 511 'ful Q if 'V Q, it E of ' fl Q5 ii H W , n Nl , L 3 4 L , ,gyggw Yi - WMU WW Sl Qi? 'xh5g- ':-, Nuwx .W -.. 'Q i e HG: 5- " I l V V Q i, E I' LLILL - .-,.. f -, Q W. A I li 'Q ssl? ..tg M A l V ,,bQl 5 7+ . f ...- 7M'f q4,, QQEQQS f?g5TtA Q3?pi EPM R iff ,.,, Qigggg .. Q ANNUAL STAFF ROW 1: Branit, Hafner, Berg- strom, Mrs. Cello, Ekloif, Shipplock, Hubbard. ROW 3: Zichenberq, Schneider, Ernbs, Mirrielees,Burkhart,B1aicher. ROW 3: Northam, Mitchel-1, Rupp, Hall, Munns, BUSINESS STAFF ROW 1: Dose, Darling, Mrs. Celia, Hetfron, Cotton. ROW 2: Nelson, McKnight, Spedi- for, Embs, Zichenberq. ROW 3: Gothard, Munns, Vander- bilt, Hinke. ROW 4: Kenny, Stone, Henderson, Keith, Gerth, Rada. Page 56 ANNUAL STAFF Another year has past, and another Annual is presented to Empehi students. This year's Annual is a result of much hard work and plan- ning due to many war-time restrictions. The staff, however, has tried to maintain the high standards set up by their predecessors. lt is hoped that through the Annual Morgan Park's effort to aid her country in time of need will be recognized. Buth Bergstrom was editor-in-chief and was assisted by Barb Hafner, literary editor: Ioe Branit, sports editor: Iohn Hubbard, art editor, and Marge Schipplock, business manager. Mrs. Dorothy H. Cella has again given the staff her aid and advice, and by her help has won the admiration of the staff. To those with whom we have come in contact in and out of school concerning our work, we want to say that their co-operation and spirit of enthusiasm has given us inspiration. The editors also wish to thank other members of the staff for their willingness in helping. BUSINESS STAFF To assist the Empehi News financially through the soliciting of advertising is the chief aim of the Business Staff. Other important functions include distributing papers weekly to teachers and students, both at the main building and at the branch, and sending papers and bills to advertisers. Each member of the staff is responsible for selling three inches of advertising per semester in order to receive an activity credit. Continuing her position as faculty adviser is Mrs. Dorothy Cella. ln the fall, Ioan Campbell was the staff's manager. Annette Darling acted as Copywriter, assisted by Mary lane Wood. Mary Ann Falls handled circulation, while Bette Mortensen took charge of exchange. Margaret Greenman and Charlotte Heffron were bookkeeper and sec- retary, respectively. In the spring semester, Annette Darling was made manager, with Charlotte Heffron as assistant. Betty Zickenberg took over the copy- writer's job with luliana Cotton as assistant. Dorothy Dose, Beth Munns, Doreen Embs and Ioan McKnight handled circluation. Bill Henderson held the secretary's job, while lane Hanke took charge of exchange. EDITORS Bergstrom Hafner Brcmit Hubbard Schipplock OFFICERS Darling Zickenberg Henderson Hanke Page 57 A CAPPELLA OFFICERS Hafner Francis Bailey Schrock OFFICERS Kann Meisler Tatge Smith A CAPPELLA CHORUS This year Empehi has a perfect right to be very proud of its A Cappella Chorus. The inspiring leadership of Mrs. Bernice Hartle led the chorus to receive an "S" rating when they represented the school in the annual choral contest held in lanuary at the Hyde Park high school. Organized nine years ago for the pleasure of its members and for promoting musical appreciation and vocal harmony, it continues to hold a definite place in the school's activities. Any student who has completed, with credit, two semesters of music is eligible for member- ship in this organization. There were more than one hundred young people who enjoyed the privileges of this unique pursuit in music during the past year. Besides entertaining the P. T. A. with some Christmas carols, the chorus and the Girls' Glee Club presented to Morgan Park the tradi- tional Christmas assembly a few days before that vacation. Closing the season, they gave, in collaboration with the other musical organi- zations, the annual spring production in Blackwelder Hall. The officers of the fall semester were Don Tattershall, president, Ruth Brown, vice-president: Bruce Walker, secretary, and Barbara Bevins, treasurer, The officers of the spring semester were Barbara Hafner, president, Spencer Francis, vice-president, Frances Bailey, secretary: and Steven Schrock, treasurer. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Under the able and devoted direction of Mrs. Bernice Hartle, the Girls' Glee Club has attained a higher understanding of vocal harmony and a deeper appreciation for classical music. Any female member of the Student Association who has com- pleted two semesters of music and passes a vocal test is eligible for membership, Although the group meets every day and a minor credit is given to its members, the organization is represented in the Board of Control. This year the club presented its annual Christmas program for the P.T.A. and an assembly. The performance was greeted with the usual enthusiasm shown by the parents, faculty and students of Empehi. lt has been a large factor in the success of many of the school's spring productions, collaborating with the A Cappella chorus, Concert Band, and the other musical organizations of Morgan Park. The officers this fall were: Pat Fitch, president, Sue Kleinz, vice- presidentg Venice Rekosh, secretary: and Ioan I-laedtler, treasurer. The spring officers were as follows: Iune Kann, president, Ierol Meis- ler, vice-president, Emily Tatge, secretary: and Iune Smith, treasurer. Page 58 A CAPPELLA ROW l: Mars, O'l-lalloran, Bevins, Francis, Hafner, Bai- ley, Blaicher, Flesher, Rich- ards, Hack, Hardwicke. ROW 2: Babbitt, Mihalovits, Mc- Kay, Cavett, Glover, Hayford, Beasley, lohansson, Shaffer, Dunqil-l, Kohr, Dasey. HOW 3: Foreman, Burrows, McEn4 croe, Mariotti, lnqalls, Han- ke, Sexton, McClelland, Hayes, Foote, Pontius, Dehn- inq, Lucius, Davis. ROW 4: Gerth, Millar, Raddeiz, Mat- thias, Shimmtis, Walker, M11- ler, DeVo1, Towns, Wells, Trick, Lindros. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB ROW 1: Mueller, Rasmussen, Foreman, Miessler, Kaun, Tatge, Smith, Laidley, Austin, Hale, Melton. ROW 2: Schnei- der, Greene, Wheeler, Wer- ner, Koerber, Ingalls, Mor- tcnson, Ketchum, Wenmer, Nevin, O'Halloran, Glover. ROW 3: Koch, Wilke, Steffa, Bond, Mason, Yurneham, Denton, Rodenkirch, Wood- ruff, Mars, Kohr, Reis. ROW 4: Augus, Foote, Dunbar, Biedermann, Burke, Frary, Lindros, Hayes, Mohr, Allcire, Lennon, Gosswein. Page 5 9 CURTAIN CLUB ROW l: Fall, Ferguson, Pil- kington, Byous, Miss Lorenz, Sexton, Bergstrom, Trimble Harper, Swanson. ROW 2: Glover, Wenner, Nevin, Lebe- defi, Werner, Burkhart, Io- hansson, Shaffer, Macnab Stansbury, Geary, Hafner: Zobel. ROW 3: Tozer, Larson Mathis, Rumpf, Cleqq, Tatqe Lawrence, Gemeinhardt, Cure tiss, Peterson, Bevins, Bur- rows. ROW 4: Mitchell Lewis, Heffron, Gee, Curtiss' H u n t e r, Walker, Menees Trick, McWhorter, Mohr Gardner, RHYTHM CLUB ROW 1: Gemeinhart, Teye ma, Mortensen, Rhemberqer Schipplock, Devore, Wooley Mitten. ROW 2: Wilson, Faulkner, Glover, Wenner Hansen, Scherer, Sorenson VanHorn, Nevin, Werner, Mc Murray. ROW 3: Larson, Tat ge, Fall, Errinqton, Reimer Wheeler, Murray, Burgman Curtiss, Blakslee, Burrows Hafner. ROW 4: Sebastian Hilton, Hunter, McWhorter Conrad, Atkins, Scobinqer Bickel, Linden, Lytle. Page 60 CURTAIN CLUB The Curtain Club of Morgan Park High School was organized for those students interested in dramatics and having dramatic ability. Miss Iulia Lorenz is the present faculty advisor and is giving her Whole- hearted co-operation to the club. The club not only provides dramatic opportunities for its mem- bers, but also does its share in service for the school. In the fall semester the comedy "Not Tonight" was presented to raise money for the Thanksgiving Fund. This spring the club did its part for the war effort in presenting an O.C.D. play, "These Things Are Ours," for Parents Night and for a student assembly. The theme of the spring semesters program for the meetings held twice a month was the study of the American theater. Bruce Walker held the office of president during the fall semester and Elaine Byous presided in the spring. Elaine Byous and Lewis Sexton held the position of vice-president, while Barb Hafner and Ruth Bergstrom called the roll and took the minutes. loan Rumpf and Bob Pilkington held the office of treasurer. RHYTHM CLUB The Rhythm Club has one main reason for existence, which is to foster among the students of Morgan Park a genuine appreciation for the terpsichorean art, or in other words-dancing. Ballroom, acrobatic, tap, toe, ballet, and other types, keep members brushed up on their ability. The club holds its meetings twice a month in the Social Room, and Miss Helen O'Rourke, its very capable sponsor, is ever present to advise. All the members, about 30 in number, possess the afore- mentioned interest in dancing. During the fall semester the club had as its president, Ion Engstrom: vice-president, Marge Schipplockp sec- retary, Gene Beesley, and treasurer, Marion Bheinberger. In the spring Marge took over the duties of president because Ion went into our country's service. One of the reasons that the Spring Production is always a great success is because the Rhythm Club contributes talent to it, both in the form of group routines and solo numbers. lt is the sincere wish of the members that the Rhythm Club progress thru the coming years as successfully, and provide as much enjoyment as it has this year. - OFFICERS Byous Sexton Bergstrom Pilkington GFFICERS Engstrom Schipplock Beesley Rheinberger Page 61 EDITORS Knight Murdock Burkhart Northam Cotton OFFICERS Burkhart Cotton Northam DeButts EMPEHI NEWS STAFF The aim of the Empehi News during the past year has been to stimulate "reader interest" by the use of a greater number of names and interesting news items, Better features with a wider variety of names have been published as a result of this effort. Capable Charlene Pearson filled the position of editor-in-chief dur- ing the fall semester, while Pat Knight occupied the editor's desk for the spring term. The position of literary editor was filled in the fall and spring by Phyllis Burkhart and Ioellen Murdock, respectively. i Page editors for first page were Mary Moore and Doris Hoge-fall: Phyllis Burkhart-springg second page, Mary Northam and Pat Knight- fallp Mary Northam-spring: third page, Doris Bergman, Barbara Nick- laus-fallp Mary Moore-spring: sports page, Herb Adler, Angus Cotton -fall: and Angus Cotton-spring. Again this year the Empehi News received the highest possible rating from the Quill and Scroll, honorary journalistic society, which maintains a chapter at school. Guided by the help and encouragement of Miss Alma Bauman, sponsor, the staff worked with a will to publish a superior paper for Empehites. QUILL and SCROLL Several city-wide contest winners, a top rating annual, two assem- blies, and a newspaper that received a first honor citation in the inter- national Quill and Scroll rating are a few of the honors members of Quill and Scroll have brought to Empehi. To be made a member of Morgan Park's chapter of the international journalistic society, a student must be of junior classification, in the upper third of his class, and show exceptional journalistic ability. ln last year's city wide competition Phyllis Burkhart took first honors in submitted interviewg Pat Knight, second in extemporaneous news story: Ruth Bergstrom, second in extemporaneous speech report- ing and Sally Lofgren, second in submitted editorial. In publishing the "Empehi Snooze" and the "Ernpehi Chronic," Quill' and Scroll furnished prophecies for the Senior class. Always the members strove to bring Empehi the best in journalistic work. Officers for the fall semester were Doris Hoge, president: Barbara Nicklaus, vice-presiclentg Phyllis Burkhart, secretary: and Herbert Adler, treasurer. Officers for the spring semester were Phyllis Burkhart, presi- dent: Angus Cotton, vice-president: Mary Northam, secretary: and Thomas DeButts, treasurer. Miss Alma Bauman guided and advised the club during the year. Page 62 EMPEHI NEWS STAFF ROW 1: May, Munns Northam, Moore, Murdock Kmqht, Burkhart, Heifron Darling. ROW 2: Flesher Soderstrom, Mothis, Rekosh Vtfhite, Shaffer, O'Meara Reis, Chatters, Sherff, O'Hal loran, Blaicher. ROW 3 Schipplock, Melin, Maiworm Olsen, Gemeinhardt, Mohr Peterson, Larson, Rumpi Moulton, Mirrielees. Bevins Slayton, ROW 4: Phelps Scheineman, Roberts, Em- shoff, DeButts, Newbury Grosse, Allen, Fexktma, Cur tis, Lindros, Hafner. QUILL AND SCROLL ROW 1: Munns, Mahonev Newbury, Northam, Burk' hart, DeButts, O'Meara, Chat- ters. ROW 2: Blarcher Flesher, Mirrielees, Rumpf Meyer, Gemeinhardt, Phelps Maiworm, Larson, Hafner Slayton. ROW 3: Darhnq Murdock, Melrn, Adler Moore, Allen, Lindros, Emf shoff, Heffron, Knight, Berg' Strom. Page 63 H. R. S. G. ROW l: Mucncxb, Craven, McKay, Hafner, Schipplock, Combs, Hall, Vcxlclce, Wen- ner, Mirrielees, Olsen. ROW 2: Henke, Stcmsbury, Zucken- berg, Litson, Blcxicher, Flesher, Draper, Kennedy, Wheeler, Reimer, McKenna, Fcxrcrqher, Gothcxrd, Burley, Embs. ROW 3: Hyde, OIMEQIG, Volche, Fall, Vcrn- derbilt, Burrows, Vc1nDeven- ter, Dawson-Smith, Gemein- hcxrdt, McClelland, Bldkeslee, Douglas, LcxRoss, Cluever, Errinqton, Nevin. ROW 4: Lambert, Mdckinson, Deufel, Fall, Arquillcx, Kluqer, Hen- derson, Comcxd, Heidecker, Hunter, Dcrvision, Mohr, Curr US. BED CROSS ROW 1: Behnke, Rcrmshuw Mrs. Brown, DeVol, Olsen. ROW 2: Bond, White, Cotton, DeVore, ROW 3: Garland, Hotzfield, Hledecker, Kluger, Ycmp. Page 64 H.lL S. G. The Human Relations Service Guild, organized in the fall of 1938, is one of the most active clubs in the school. Students who have corn- pleted their freshman year and are interested in service work are invited to become members. During the fall semester the activities of the club included the School Children's Aid collection and the Christmas fund drive. Both of these drives were very successful due to the co-operation of the, members and the support of the students. The Red Cross work handled in previous years by the H.B.S.G. was taken over by the Bed Cross Council. In the spring semester the club sponsored a drive for the lnfantile Paralysis fund. A sale of Easter seals for the benefit of crippled chil- dren was held. The year was a most flourishing one with Miss Helen O'Ptourke as our new advisor. Officers for the year were as follows: president, Nancy Combs: vice-president, Marge Schipplock: secretary, Barb Haf- ner: and treasurer, Stan Hall. Refreshments were served at every third meeting throughout the year by Betty Mirrielees, who acted as refreshment chairman. RED CROSS COUNCIL ln April, l942, the Iunior Red Cross Council was formed. The Council managed the drive for Bed Cross funds, which last fall totaled S5l.OO, the Red Cross War Fund Drive, amounting to over S200 in April, 1943, and the annual Victory Book assembly, which brought 455 books for the men at Camp Grant and the Great Lakes Naval Train- ing Station. Other activities included making Christmas decorations for the U.S.O. and knitting a huge afghan. Sponsor of the council, which is limited to l5 members from sopho- more, junior, and senior classes, is Mrs. Harriet Brown. The first Sat- urday of each school month four delegates representing Empehi attended a Iunior Bed Cross meeting of all Chicago High schools at the YMCA. These delegates were Lorea DeVore, Lorraine Yaap, War- ren Bamshaw, and Evelyn Olsen. Warren Ramshaw and Kenneth Gill acted as president and vice- president, respectively, in the fall semester, while the offices of secretary and treasurer were held by Beatrice Thompson and Iune Smith. Of- ficers in the spring semester included Arthur DeVol, Warren Bamshaw, Evelyn Olsen, and Mary Ann Behnke, in their respective positions. OFFICERS Combs Schipplock Hafner Hall OFFICERS DeVo1 Ramshaw Olsen Behnke Page 65 OFFICERS Dose Chatters Lacke OFFICERS Fardy Schild McAuliff Pilkington Larson Texter PHOTO STAFF and V. E. S. B. Empehi's Photo staff exists primarily to take pictures for the Empehi News. Marge Iohnson was the leader in the fall, and Dorothy Dose filled the post in the spring. Dorothy and the five members who helped her were under the sponsorship of Mr. A. H. Gay. Visual Education Service Bureau is a service club organized to show movies when they are desired for classroom or assembly pro- grams. Mr. Gay served as sponsor until the middle of the spring semester when Mr. I. H, Bedale took over his duties. During the fall semester Dorothy Dose was the head secretary of V.E.S.B. and Paul Dasher was head operator. Beth Chatters and Paul Lacke held the positions in the spring. Each period during the day a secretary and an operator are in the V.E.S.B. room ready to work when needed. A schedule made out for the week shows Where and when movies are supposed to be shown. The head operator is responsible for appointing and instruct- ing the operators and checking incoming and outgoing film. The head secretary appoints the secretary and maintains the weekly schedule. SIGMA Sigma, previously known as the honorary commercial club, has been very active this year. ln order to be eligible for membership, a student must serve the school on his own time a minimum of five periods a week, and at the same time maintain at least a "G" average. The purpose of the organ- ization is to give recognition to those students who attain these qualifications. Sigma also donates much toward the school's financiai support. One of the officers of the club is known as the Students' Exchange Manager. It is through the Exchange that funds are raised which enable Sigma to make such generous donations. Officers for the fall semester included Mildred Mohr, president: Henry Diesel, vice-president: Arlene Rhode, secretary: Elaine Bump, treasurer: Ann McAuliff, sergeant-at-armsy Louise Franklin, Students' Exchange Manager. Officers presiding for the spring semester are Ann Fardy, pres- identp Virginia Schild, vice-president: Ann McAuliff, secretary, Robert Pilkington, treasurer, Gladys Larson, sergeant-at-armsp Adele Texter, Students' Exchange Manager. Page 66 1 V. E. S. B. ROW 1: Avery, Macnab, Lacke, Chatters, Dose, Thayer, Milton. ROW 2: Mc- Kenna, Scheineman, Gist, Vo- qele, Fantucci, Gee, Reimer, Hunter. ROW 3: May, Hei- merdinger, Vernooy, Dasher, Hunter, Brown, Lyons, Chap- Illiln. SIGMA ROW l: Hanley, Schild, Mc- Auliff, Mrs. Schactlie, Fczrdy, Larson, Pilkington. ROW 2: Nevin, Kennedy, Wheeler, Huber, Hamilton, Moriarity, Sochtleben, McKenna. ROW 3: Rosenbaum, Tozer, Ver- nooy, Texter, Iohnson, Burke, Zobelu ROW 4: Huber, Wea- ver, Cratton, Wolcott, Rich- ardson, Northstrum, Miessler. Page 67 EMPEHI MUSICAL ORGANIZATIONS Ernpehi's Concert Band has done it again! For the sixth consecutive year our band has achieved a Superior rating in the City Band Contest, a feat equalled by only one other school. This is indeed a remarkable achievement, but it is not all that the band has done. It has turned out to all the football games and pepped them up with its marches and unequalled let- ter formations. Numerous civic affairs, O.C.D, rallies, P-T. A. meetings, school as- semblies, and the Spring Production have all benefited by the presence of our band. However we have not accomplished this without hard work. Credit is due to all the members who practiced many long hours at home and at school, and to the student officers. Credit is also due to the Iunior and Intermediate Concert bands, for it is through these channels that students be- come members of the Concert Band. The beginners start in the Iunior Band where they learn the fundamentals of reading and playing music. They then progress to the Intermediate Concert Band where they improve their tone and tech- nique, and prepare for the next step, the Concert Band, where they fill in where vacancies occur. ln this way it is seen that these organizations are very valuable and necessary. Empehi's Orchestra has had a few lean years in the past, due to a lack of instrumentation. However, this situation is being remedied by a group of mothers, led by Mrs. Philip Harper, who have col- lected some S400 for instruments, and also by generous donations from other sources. With the new instruments furnished by this money, and with some hard practice, pros- pects for the orchestra are much brighter this year, and we are looking forward to hearing that the orchestra received an S in its coming contest. The orchestra is also active around the school, having played at P-T. A. meet- ings, assemblies, the Spring Production, and, as its main event, at the graduations in February and lune. The Iazz Band is another one of our musical departments. This organization affords the person who is interested in swing a chance to join a band. This also is an active group playing at many assem- blies and S. A. functions. Up to this time the name of our leader has been omitted, but right here we would like to pay tribute to the man who is largely responsible for the success of our Instrumental Music Department, Capt. Guy D. Hartle, whom we consider the best band lea-der in the city. 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' ,P 5 14- wg 'TM' ,Z l ' Q., -v jk I X? Q, wx Q11 S1 iw 1 - mel. 1 I ,, ,M ,Q rg my ,-, 45. ,ill .rg ,. 1: 533 A 'swf' A QW? I I . IV . ., ii, Y Lf: N 5212 , :yy I SMS' 1-gm wil wiki? X 4: 'Y - www' www, 955 l ww, :wmv ,M ww ff ,gw f 5 ... , 4. X ai 1,155 , 1 4 'A Q 'W .x .LSI ., i:ff.i'f,,. Fw ,.,L ffiiifsz 1 sy if "iiii:'fhj'j:j7'f' , ,Z ,gy 111 H V df' ms, -R fzvff v JAZZ BAN D JUNIOR BAND Page 72 BERG FERGUSON SYKES GREEN LITZKOW STAGE CREW The Stage Crew is essentially a service organization, and is designed to help all organizations in the school that require aid in staging a production. The Crew is managed by a student manager, Andrew Sykes, whose job it is to supervise all work and see that the Crew functions as a team. Andy is in turn responsible to their quiet and helpful advisor, Mr. Curtis A. Hunter. Each member of the stage crew has a definite job to accomplish, and works with the other members, or with his partner in order to finish their job in the quickest and most efficient way. The members of the crew all receive special- ized training in the arts of stagecraft. The stage crew works with thousands of dollars of equipment and are responsible for its upkeep. Morgan Park can truly be proud of such an organ- ization. ATKINSON BROWN ANDERSON MR. HUNTER ROSSEN HANNAFORD Page 73 CLEAN-UP COMMITTEE ROW l: Hall, Craven, Fitch, Tilson, Douglass, Blakslee, Branit, Davis, Hyde, O'Meara, Valcke. ROW 2: Valcke, O'Toole, Olson, McEvoy, lor don, Anderson, Phelps, Mur- dock, Lawrence Solfronk, Faraqlfier, Bailey, Hadley, Stansbury, Meyers, Blaicher. ROW 3: Davison, Gemein- hardt, Mohr, Iohnson, Pon- tius, Hasely, Trebilcock, Gee, Wolicott, Enqlund, McClel- land, Gist, Buttows, Hafner, Schipplock. ROW 4: Short, Adler, Deufel, Burdette, Fall, lones, Irvin, Rodger, Upham Mahoney, Arquilla. BOYS' EMBLEM CLUB ROW l: Irvin, Foyer, Rodger, Locke, Schmidt, Iohnston, Rupp, McBride, Huber. ROW 2: Fairbank, Carper, Wach' olz, Mailhoit, Sealander, Power, Wessel, Fryer, Dut- ton, Kirwan, Lane, Christ- man, Douglass. ROW 3: H. Teninqa, Tubbs, Keddie, Black, Anderson, Shemaitis, Delano, Buckley, Hall, Wal'l, lanes, Woerhide, W.Teninqa. Page 74 CLEAN-UP COMMITTEE lnstead of concentrating on the single traditional week, the Clean-Up Committee conducts its campaign throughout the entire school year. The purpose of this active organization is to promote cleanliness in the interior and exterior of the school and to impress upon the students that it is their responsibility to keep the school clean. Many projects have been completed-not only outside the school, but inside as Well. Barrels were given to the school by the Clean-Up Committee. They Were placed outside at various places for the stu- dents to deposit their refuse. Posters and slogans were submitted in the nation-wide competition and an extensive program was completed by this beneficial organization during the annual Clean-Up Week. The most important achievement of the committee is the annual flower sale which produces the funds to finance the campaign. The officers of this year were: Marge Blakslee, chairman, Gerry Douglass, vice-chairman, Colette Dwyer, secretary, and loe Branit, treasurer. Mr. Harold Taylor was our most capable advisor until he went into the service of our country. BOYS' EMBLEM CLUB The main purposes of the Boys' Emblem Club are to promote co-operation among the students, and to help keep order throughout the school. ' ln furthering these aims, the club formed an usher guard for the assembly hall, promoted intramural sports, acted as gym instructors, erected the bleachers for all basketball games, and helped maintain order in the school lunchrooms. To become a member of the Emblem Club, a candidate must earn his major letter in some sport and be a member of the Student Associa- tion. Each member is required to conduct himself in a manner befitting the standards of the club. Boys in the club feel they owe a great deal to Mr. Robert Anton- ides, their sponsor, for enduring the trials and tribulations incurred by the organization. In the past year, the Emblem Club has been led by Martin Buckley and Burt Schmidt, both of the football team. Fellow officers of Martin were Bob Wall and lack Christman. Burt Schmidt was aided by Paul Lacke and Ken Iohnston. Special credit should go to lack McBride, athletic commissioner, who took care of the football tickets last season. OFFICERS Blakslee Douglass Dwyer Branit OFFICERS Schmidt Lacke Iohnston Page 75 OFFICERS Lillengren Burkhart McKay Chatters OFFICERS Fitch Sherff Phelps Dawson-Smith LATIN CLUB Sodalitas Latina, founded in l93O, has completed its thirteenth year as Empehi's largest language club. Considering a money making venture as unpatriotic at this time, the club chose a museum for the Latin classroom as its chief project. Articles such as a Roman safety pin, spoon, bracelet, and two lamps have been purchased from a New York dealer. Dr. Tubbs contributed the case in which the articles are displayed. The club held its annual banquet to commemorate the mythical founding of Rome CApril Zll on Saturday, April l7, at Mickleberry's. Phyllis Burkhart was in charge of the affair assisted by lane Michel, Barbara Phelps, and Doreen Embs. Officers of the fall semester were Peggy Downs, first consul: Ioan Lillengren, second consul: Iane Strack, scribe: and Lois Anderson, quaestor. Aediles included Phyllis Burkhart, Doris Melin, Beth Chatters, and lean Maiworm. ' Officers for the spring semester included Ioan Lillengren, first consul: Phyllis Burkhart, second consul: Helen McKay, scribe: and Beth Chatters, quaestor. Aediles included lean Sheriff, Virginia Daw- son-Smith, Eleanor Scheineman, and Pat Fitch. Miss Cora E. Petty served as the club's guide and sponsor. QUILPEN Ouilpen, now one of the largest clubs at Morgan Park, has com- pleted another enjoyable and instructive year under the able direc- tion of our sponsor, Miss losephine Mangan. The aim of the club is to promote interest in literary production, and only those who are "E" students of English and have handed in an original composition are eligible for membership. Meetings are held on the first and third Mondays of every month in the social room during the tenth period, and refreshments are served at every other meeting. During the fall semester, the club attended the Harris Theatre and enjoyed the performance of "junior Miss." just before the Christ- mas holidays, members of Ouilpen sold Christmas cards to be used in the school post-office. The officers for the fall and spring semesters were as follows: loyce Martin and Pat Fitch sharing the presidency: Barbara Nicklaus and lean Sherff, both occupying the position of vice-president: taking the minutes and calling the roll were Pat Fitch and Barbara Phelps: while Elsie Branom and Virgina Dawson-Smith served as treasurer, Page 76 V T LATIN CLUB HOW 1: Downs, Fitch, Daw- son-Smith, McKay, Burkhart, Miss Petty, Lillenqren, Chat- ters, Shertf, Scheineman, Strack. ROW 2: Blaicher, Hamilton, Zickenberq, Embs, Schulz, Gray, Nevin, Hanley, Michel, Wright. ROW 3: Henss, Church, Schumacher, Kennedy, Fall-, Lewis, Skworch, Iacobs, Sharpe, Duncan, Huber. ROW 4: Northam, Burke, Mason, Mars, Huber, Baldwin, Mau- rer, McClelland, Meyer, Woodruff, Larson, Darling, Miessler. ROW 5: Phelps, Tatqe, Mohr, Iones, Gee, Hunter, Lyons, Heffron, Fiary, Peterson, Hanke. QUILPEN ROW l: Post, Kuttnauer, So- derstrom, Blaicher, Flesher, Blaicher, Dawson-Smith, Sherif, Miss Mangan, Fitch, Phelps, Moore, Chatters, Fair- bank, Barrett, Richard. ROW 2: Hanley, Melin, McKay, Teyema, Wheeler, Murray, Tatro, Keith, Passitiume, Stone, Bochman, Gemein- hardt, Lawrence, Swanson, Brittain, Nevin, O'Halloran, Munns. ROW 3: May, Fan- tucci, Baker, Maisel, Smith, Losetf, DeButts, Kluger, Doug- las, Montgomery, Maack, Curtiss, Turner, Sammons, Allen, Gerth. ROW 4: Mori- arty, Scheinernann, LaRoss, Mohr, Vtfappler, Northstrum, Heftron, Ross, Roberts, Hun- ter, Florant, Knight, Gee, Frary, Merrick, Lovejoy, Tat- qe, Stone, Burkhart. ROW 5: Cotton, Mason, Burke, Olson, Mariotti, Marshall, Laidley, Lorenzen, Brodene, Kennedy, Huber, Woodruff, Hope, Wrede, Miller. Page 77 BIOLOGY CLUB ROW l: Woolley, Hall, By- ous, Patterson, Miss Bell, Anderson, Sexton, Fall, Up- ham. ROW 2: Olsen, Meyer, Groundwater, Lemberq, Burke, Biedermann, Grant, Vanderbilt, Gotherd, Slayton, Iohnson, Wood. ROW 3: Pas- sifrume, Bachmann, Maurer, Gardner, Anderson, Mohr Skworch, Rada, Rumpf, Cai mit. ROW 4: Blaicher, Miner, Burdette, Arquilla, Allison, Conrad, Hunter, Curtis, Ram- shaw, Blakslee, Douglass. ROW 5: Moriarty, Burkhart, Merrrck, Lorenzen, Cluever, Gee, McKay, Trick. BIOLOGY CLUB ROW 1: Zickenberq, DeVore, Kuttnauer, Swanson, Embs Wenner, Geary, Hunter, Trim: ble. ROW 2: Borton, Mueller McKenna, Reimer, Errinqton Teyema, Pearson, Lennon Draper, Murray, Carlson Shaffer, Goqjian. ROW 3 Lebedeff, Hadley, Cotton, Pat terson, Olson, Sylvain, Dun- bar, Curtiss, Werner, Pfrom- mer, Duncan, Nevin, Corne- lius, Macnab. ROW 4: Brit tain, Mathis, Iacobs, Baker Anderberq, Houston, Atkins Dennis, Minick, ROW 5: Io anne Valcke, lean Valcke Richardson, Wilson, Gemein hardt, Grasse, Paqels, Stans bury, Trlson, Page 78 f BIOLOGY CLUB The Biology Club in its third year of existence, is one of the most active clubs in the school. Under the sponsorship of Miss Bessie Bell the club has experienced one of its most successful years. "Biology In Wartime" was the theme of the past year. This in- cluded a discussion of nutritious foods for a healthful diet, animals for defense, and Various other subjects. Among the speakers who visited the club to increase the members' knowledge on the above topics were Mrs. M. Lorance, A. Boyall Gay, and Dr. Wakesfield. Aside from the regular program the Biology Club sponsored a bulb sale, a book review, a lecture, and movie by Sam Compbell, participated in the booster club ticket sale, and made a donation to the infantile Paralysis fund, and a donation of books tothe U.S.O. The officers for the fall semester were as follows: Bob Fall, presi- dent: Nancy Combs, vice-president, Bob Patterson, secretary, Marge Anderson, treasurer. Spring semester officers were: Marge Anderson, president: Bob Patterson, vice-president: Elaine Byous, secretary: Louis Sexton, treasurer. OFFICERS Anderson Patterson Byous Sexton PAN AMERICAN CLUB ROW l: Richards, Mirrielees Fall, Ramshaw, Miss Hol land, Faulkner, McKenna Williams, Hoch. ROW 2 Henke, Borton, Olson, Van Deventer, Cluever, Merrick Niendorf, Gronau, Anderson Shaffer, Griffin. ROW 3 Marshall, Curtiss, Daleo Lewis, Mahoney, Adler, Moore, Rumpf, Davies, Hope ROW 4: Fantucci, Sexton Frank, Schneider, Mitchell Mackinson, Byous, Bochman Passafiume, Mehlan, Van- Valey. ROW 5: Anderson Knight, Baker, Dennis, Fisher Schrock, Arquilla, Wolcott McKay. Page 79 1 TAU EPSILON OFFICERS: Blakslee, Shrock, Blaicher, Grasse. Tau Epsilon, Morgan Parlds oldest honorary scholastic society, closed its nineteenth year this lune with a membership of 290. lt contained 60 members when first organized in March, l924. It is now one of the largest organizations in the school, The requirements for membership are at least eleven grade points in the final marking period of the previous semester and at least four honor points. These points are awarded for: semester grades of E or S5 for perfect attendance: for holding office in division, class, or club, for representing Empehi in contests-athletic, journalistic, artistic, or musical, for giving real service to the school. Membership must be renewed every semester, thereby promoting scholar- ship and participation in school activities permanently. Membership in Tau Epsilon is a pre- requisite for membership in the National Honor Society. The club, under its three able advisors, Miss Meroe Conlan, Miss Eugenie Mackin, and Mr. Charles Drummond, carried out a program in keeping with its honorary character. Previously, seven semester members have received pin guards at graduation time, but, clue to the war, paper certificates were given these last two semesters. The officers for the fall semester were Kenneth Gill, president: Mary Moore, vice-president: Sally Brown, secretaryp and William McGonigal, treasurer. The spring semester officers were Marge Blakslee, president, Steven Shrock, vice-president, Nancy Blaicher, secretary, and Paul Grasse, treasurer. TAU EPSILON ROW 1: Burke, Blaicher, Shrock, Miss Conlcm, Mr. Drummond, Blakslee, Grasse, Melin, Biedermann, Ground- water. ROW 2: Gray, Pfrom- mer, Lillengren, Daleo, Meyer, Richardson, North- strum, Iohansen, McClelland, Darling, Larson, Burrows, Curtiss, Downs. ROW 3: Maiworm, Bevins, Loomis, Sexton, Ltndros, Booth, Pa- gels, Knight, Biggs, Mitchell, Hanke, Moore, McEncroe, Huber. ROW 4: Schipplock, Munns, Carlstrom, Pilking- ton, Fall, Fowler, Westberg, Emshoff, Ramshaw, Wolcott, Murdock, Crafton, Anderson. ROW 5: Kohr, Mathis, Miess- ler, Osborne, Lacke, New- bury, King, Moore, Allen, Byous, Rumpf, Hafner. Page 80 TAU EPSILON ROW l: Branit, Bergstrom, Soderstrom, Hunter, Pitch, Chatters, Sherfi, Henss, Da- vies. ROW 2: Mitten, Burk- hart, Craven, Glover, Dirnitt, Hamilton, Tait, Woodruff, Slayton, Schulz, White, Nie- bauer, Northam, Fardy. ROW 3: Griffin, Gotherd, Barton, Patterson, Nevin, Hanley, McKenna, Sylvain, Foote. Smith, Mason, Mars, Huber, Hillstrom, Flesher, Blaicher. ROW 4: Mehlan, Cluever, VanDeventer, Phelps, Schei- neman, Gronau, Hayes, Lyons, Dawson-Smith, Mc- Kay, Merrick, Wheeler, Mohr, Tatge, Litzkow, Fantucci. ROW 5: Haglund, Roberts, Staehle, Lorance, Grossman, Allen, Seen, Miller, Winter, Hunter, Curtis, Koehler. ROW l: Harrneling, Kutt- nauer, DeVore, Spence, Lan- ders, Loidley, Hukilil, Gaspar, Van Horn, Sylvain. ROW 2: Heidmann, Simmons, Zeissler, Sacheleben, McKe-en, lack- son, Tatge, Allen, Hannapel, Hollister, Koei-ber, Lawrence, lackson, Iuillard. ROW 3: Fairbanks, Mariotti, Spurgin, Tait, Iacobs, Kennedy, Whee- ler, Keith, Wilke, Teyema, Murray, Hodges, Northstrum, Hill, Richards. ROW 4: Stone, Gerth, Post, Teninga, Pear- son, Montgomery, Richard- son, Glade, Walstrom, Met- zen, Maack, Post, Sener. ROW 5: Lewis, Passafiume, Boch- man, Skworch, Maurer, Niel- sen, Hughes, Muench, Wag- ner, Bickel, Hope, Marshall. ROW l: McDade, Saunders, Glaskie, Hagenlorock, Hill- brecht, Calling, Senechalle, Kunkel, Garrabrant. ROW 2: Fiske, Koch, Kerfoot, Goetz, Irvin, Bradley, Forsythe, Fisher, Tharp, Perry, Hanson, Rushton. ROW 3: Woodruff, Northam, Chester, Hayford, Weaver, Griesser, Sharpe, Hooper, Morthorst, Hagen, Iohnson, Scheineman. ROW 4: Carline, Fidler, Lyons, Lisle, Kamin, Clancy, Eck- lund, Vernov, Moldenhauer, Marguardt, Pilkington. Page 81 OFFICERS Iones Arthur White A Falls OFFICERS Borton Copeland McKay Davies A. Y. L. The American Youth League was founded at Morgan Park high school on November 26, l936 by Dr. Eston V. Tubbs who has continued as one of the three sponsors. The only requisites for membership are the rank of junior or senior and the desire to join an organization Whose object is to make its mem- bers defenders of democracy. The chief aims of the American Youth League are: ll to foster the appreciation of our rights as American citizens, 23 to acquaint us with our responsibilities in maintaining these rightsp 37 to encourage our patriotic inclinations: 45 to promote international goodwill and understanding: 53 to bring high school students together in other American Youth League chapters. The entire League gives thanks to Dr. Tubbs, Mr. Edward L Meyers, and Miss Anna I. Callahan who have worked with us and given so much help. The officers for the past year have been Ray Iones, president: Char- lene Arthur, vice-president: Don White, secretary: and Mary Ann Falls, treasurer. KAY-QUE ROLLERS When Queen Rollers was established several years ago, member- ship was open to girls only. Because in the spring semester many Empehi boys had expressed an interest in roller skating, they were admitted to the club. This made it necessary to change the name. In order to retain as much of the former name as possible, King and Queen, Kay-Que for short, was chosen. A skating session on Friday afternoon proves to be a grand means of recreation for the members and their friends. The club's sponsor, Miss Rosalie Kurz, shows as much interest in skating as do the boys and girls and merrily joins them whenever possible. The Kay-Ques have presented an assembly for the entertainment of Empehi and sponsored at least one skating party a semester. Officers for the fall semester were Beatrice Thompson, president: Elaine Ditchee, treasurer: and Pearl Reid, secretary. Officers for the spring semester are Grace Borton, president: Elouise Copeland, vice- presidentg Ruth McKay, treasurerg and Dorthea Davies, secretary. Page 82 A. Y. L. ROW l: Munns, Macnab, Hyde, Yaap, Mitten, Chatters, Cluever, Sherti, Stansbury, O'Meara. ROW 2: Miller, Shaddon, Melin, Burkhart, Racine, McMurray, Bailey, Fai-qher, Northam, McKay, Downs, Hager, Schulz, Gloe ver, Niebauer. ROW 3: lanks, Kohr, McAulifi, Rassmusen, Iohns, Hadley, Anderson Wood, Peterson, LaRoss, White, Flesher, Bliaicher. ROW 4: Mathis, Larson, Burf rows, Meyers, Holm, Duncan, Byous, Larson, Osborne, Sol- tronk, Mirrielees, Anderson, Slayton, Erichson, Craven. ROW 5: Blakslee, Phelps, Il- lisley, Scheineman, Rumph, Pascoe, Mortenson, Darling, Hiller, Gray, Watt, lnqalls. A. Y. L. ROW l: May, Flesher, Hayes, Gee, Mcllhany, Iones, Ar- .nur, Frary, Kann, Lillenqren, Booth, Lindros. ROW 2: O'Toole, Iordan, Schumacher, Richardson, Trebilock, Biqqs, Pontius, Moore, Loomis, Strack, Smith, Pfrornmer, Pe- terson, Burgman, ROW 3: Burton, Sturm, Fowler, Wol- cott, Crafton, Davison, Hef- fron, Knight, Mitchell, Mohr, Nothstrum, McClelland, lohn- son, Douqen, Hafner. ROW 4: Louis, Grasse, Mortimer, Trick, Lorenz, McBride, Ten- inqa, Seen, Curtis, Atkins, Mahoney, Mackinson, Koeh- ler, Ramshaw, Branit, Schip- plock. ROW 5: Sebastian, Heidecher, Schmit, Rodger, Woerheide, Walker, Hall, Patterson, Rodenkirch, Fall, Schrock, Moore, Bergstrom. KAY-QUE ROLLERS ROW 1: Copeland, McKay, Borton, Davies, Deery. ROW 2: Koerber, Ditchie, lerkins, Mason, Mattson, Cavett, Pres- clerl. ROW 3: Rennes, Schmitz, Mariotti, Mason, Lar- son. ROW 4: Wyma, Van- Kirk-Hout, Rakow, Van Kirk, Karstrand, Sinks. Page 83 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ROW l: Bergstrom, McClel- land, Allen, McKay, Moore, Knight. ROW 2: Fardy, Schulz, Branit, Hanke, White, Larson, Burrows. ROW 3: Glover, Huber, Downs, Haf- ner, Blakslee, Anderson, Kohr, Tait, Niebauer. ROW 4: Ernshoif, Moore, Johansen. Rodenkirch, King, Fall, Lil- lenqren, Richards, Gray, FLOUNDERS RO'W 1: Speers, Iohnston Moschal, Upharn, Iohnson Lipp, Lorenz, Wendt, Hayes ROW 2: lohansson, Teelinq Mehlar, Sabastian. Hemer dinqer, Weaver, Marson Dehninq, Northam, Hake Howe, Flyn, Hanke. ROW 3? Rees, Parker, Tuller, May Mooney, Marcek, Teeley, Hopper, Little, Burney, West- lurid, Knifiin, Pruter, Spero- pulous, Lange. ROW 4 Steffa, Zacher, Plaster, Lisle Bauman, Cremieux, Reid Halabeut, Swanson, Cook Clark, Lana, Page 84 1 -.f +35 Q 9 Q '35 2 Q " 9 :M A 1 . 'Q ,R az if W A lx fig Q ,Y A 2 , YQ! it N5 K :ss 55, :Q X 5 P 3 giz 5 :M- f, Q Je 1 . l W 5 W f ' ' " QS? , N kay 'W QV ' we 4.3972 6. Yy W 1 ms 4 4 X., , as i . ga 5 , Nuo Adj, J 2.,, .Q .. Vi 'ith gl 1, X 2 ,gf fa xg 5, if Kg W5 q,1.,,,,,.,,A Q izrl A iG . VV.V mix! A m 1 Q f I Hg 3. " L? Z ,Q 1 3 5 fgf A 3 i, ' 'f eg , E Q0 Q ,I ,Q . Q. Fyiixf 1 Q iw Q ., -:px 11:2 , ,f. J-' -i ,-frfgw . uw , F.. A, iii' CAMERA CLUB ROW 1: Pearson, Litzkow Voqele, Fumuccr, Dorsher ROW 2: Herdmcmn, Wenner Nevin, Donqremond, Olsen Duncan, Reimer. ROW 3 Morxcxrty, Boker, Koehler Thayer, Gee, Dose, Zobel. GIRLS' EMBLEM ROW 1: Burkhart, Glover Honke, Niebouer, Bergstrom ROW 2: Huber, Holm, Duleo Gee, Biedermonn, Moore McKay. Page 86 f BEVINS SEEN NORTHAM DR. TUBBS CLAY WHEELER FITCH PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION A main objective of the Parent-Teacher Association this year has been the interpretation of the school to the parents of the community. Studentsas Well as faculty have co-operated in making possible the achievement of this goal. At each meeting, presidents of three student societies have discussed for us the purposes and activities of their organizations. An outstanding program for one of our three "Parents Night" had for its theme "School Activities Related to the War Effort." The contribution of each department of the school was demonstrated in some Way by the students. In order that the orchestra might have several much-needed instruments, a special drive for funds was made by the Orchestra mothers under the leadership of the chairman, Mrs. Philip Harper: assisted by Mrs. Fred Faulkner. We are most grateful to the individuals and organiza- tions of the community that contributed the necessary funds. Student Aid, a most important activity of high school Parent-Teacher Work has been ably managed by Mrs. Robert Kraft. It has been her policy to make students self-reliant through a student employment service Which she has maintained. The fine spirit of co-operation between parents, teachers, and students has produced satis- fying results Which make this a happy year to remember. O F F I C E H S President ........................... Mrs. C. D. Northam First Vice-President ...... ..... M rs. Morgan L. Fitch Second Vice-President ..... ...... M rs. I. A. Bevins Third Vice-President ..... .... D r. Eston V. Tubbs Recording Secretary ..... ...... M rs. Iohn W. Clay Corresponding Secretary .... .... M r. Robert L. Wheeler Treasurer ............... ........ M rs. L. R. Seen Page 87 R. O. T. C. The Reserve Officers Training Corps in the year of l942 and l943 was under the supervision of Sgt. Raymond W. Swenson. The battalion grew in size as the year pro- ceeded, and the climax was reached when Federal Inspection was held on the morning of May l8th. The prime purpose of all the H.O.T.C. units throughout the nation is to supply the services with officers and enlisted trained personnel they need so badly. The men are given a 40 minute training period, five days a week. Each man is given a rat- ing as a cadet during his four years. Upon completion those cadets who did outstand- ing work and were commissioned as cadet officers, are given a Brevet commission as a second lieutenant in the Illinois National Guard. Under the efficient and able leadership of the cadet officers and Sgt. Swenson, the men were instructed in the basic funda- mentals a recruit encounters in his regular Army basic training. The men were given practice in close order drill, first aid, com- bat tactics and all the other things that go into the making of a good soldier. Each fall, the Cadet Officers' club spon- sors a Military Ball. This year it was held December fourth in the Crystal Ballroom of the Union League Club. The peak of the evening came when loyce Paragher, chosen by the cadets, was crowned queen of the ball and given the title of Honorary Colonel. Her court con- sisted of Marilyn Olson, Evelyn Dacey, and leanette Dehning, lunior, Sophomore and Freshman queens respectively. Miss Faragher received a silver compact from the officers, and each member of the court received a gold locket. JOYCE FARAGHER Page 88 COLOR GUARD Q fc . QV f 1 ' Y! 9 M. . 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I 1- - t V. .Nj V M. lg- A , , 1 , any' . , li I f. gf f gg, 'Q' 4 vi A vm Qi. tj, m.gi 4 'V 4' qi-' gy-' ni-as lm" 'U' 111- NL: '1 'Z' A Q 'F' W -mg-f-' 'Je Q 6 X , X W I. -S G gg Q1 1? , 3 ' ' X4 "' . 2 3-, ' sr'QffQaa,a,5 'oviwvvskyumg ' X jf 5 A f S ' Q 5' " . ff-31' fri' e-'I fr H- " W, a i . 'VV' W ' V , "Lf 'V' 'iv -12'-' ' 'b 5, ' A ' 'VT v hz! W' ,:?.".'1 '.w4 V ' 'if 'A Q V . , ry 16 ,g - U . 'uf , ,.,f' A , ' , , . K .ir F Ivll-,Q aff ..-ig, W Ny.. vi.-,, 1,6 AZ - .z :Q W ' ' ' ff 1 M- .Q 41, .Q 2 - Q V X K . xt , 1 MORGAN PARK AT PLAY I THE CLISSOLD BRANCH STUDENT ASSOCIATION The fall semester of the S.A. at the Clissold Branch was under the leadership of Walter Teninga, president: Margaret Biederman, vice-president, Reed Burrows, secretary, Virginia Shufelt, treasurer. The respective offices were taken over in the spring by Vivian Senechalle, lames Lyons, Mary Bogumill, and Daniel Hanson. Faculty advisors were Mr. Tweedie and Mrs. Malloy. The Work of the Student Council and Court Was carried on in the traditional manner with Don Mirrielees acting as chief-justice, While Tom Perry, David Rathje, and Elaine lohnson as- sumed the responsibility of judges. New clubs appeared under the sponsorship of Mrs. Hecht. She organized the Latin Club with the purpose of studying the customs and Ways of living of the Ancient Romans. Member- ship Was open to lA's with a first semester grade of G or better. Meetings Were held semi- monthly. Officers Were: Consul Mary Bogumilly Vice-Consul, Tom Perry: Scribe, Marguerite Tharpey Quaestor, Dan Hanson. The Scribblers, also under the direction of Mrs. Hecht, had for their purpose, the sponsoring of the Twig Column in the Empehi News. Ray Weber, Elaine lohnson, and Carol Marquardt were elected officers. Competitive reports and feature articles inspired the writers to vie with one another. The aim of the Science Club, organized by Mr. Goldman, Was to take advantage of the educational opportunities offered by the museums and Zoological gardens of the city. Periodic trips to these institutions Were made. Meetings were held semi-monthly. Officers were Roger Stansfield, president, Raymond Rushton, vice-president, Marguerite Tharpe, treasurer, and Elaine lohnson, secretary. mill, Hanson. Page 92 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ROW 1: Lyons, M T ed e Senechalle. ROW 2 B gel STUDENT COURT ROW 1: E. Iohnson M re ie-es, Perry. ROW 2 Rathie BRANCH LATIN CLUB ROW l: Iohnson, Tharpe, Perry, Bogumill, Hanson, Slansfield. ROW 2: Lane, Poust, Haqen, Senechalle, Hand, Mattson, Rushton. ROW 3: Sieele, Sherlock, Grieser, Sharpe, Scheine- mann, Frank, Marquardt. ROW 4: Vaqtborq, Rathje, Brown, Gregg, Weber, Eck- lund, Mezqer. SCRIBBLERS ROW 1: Weber, Johnson, Marquardt. ROW 2: Tharpe, Vogele, Wilcox, Lane. ROW 3: Steele, Rathje. SCIENCE CLUB ROW l: Thlerman, Mar- quardl, Greqq, Iohnson, Stansfreld, Tharp, Singer, Ccxllinq. ROW 2: Wittgren Boqumill, Voqele, Scheinei man, Sherlock, Steele, Don- nes, Poust, Hill- Rushton ROW 3: Staifelback, Iohnson, Perry, Dawson, Black, Corr- wear, Hagen, Drew, Gustaf- son, Hand, Mclllrath. ROW 4. Evans, Sharpe, Vagiborq Reese, Rathje, Grieser, Seni echalle ROW 5' L ons . - Y , Brown, Weber, Homan, Mac- Kenzie, Ecklund, Sircrs, Ol- denborq. Page 93 n -k ir i' ir it 'A' ir mums, ir E QP! ig 2+ Zz 1? 'S ix U ff XX x ji 7 Zi- X' wdw '-'i 122219 " " L A 0,33 in Wt 2 fr f N Z l R521 Come on Mustangs, Let's Go! This is the cry of Empehites who follow Morgan Park teams with spirit. Page 95 Page 96 ANTONIDES MCGREGOR IONES CROW WACHHGLZ HALL FISHER MCBRIDE CHEERLEADERS OUR COACHES Maintaining the Tiewu spirit of Empehi in the field of athletics were Robert An- tonides, who coached football and wres- tling, Duncan McGregor, our coach of basketball and baseball, and Benny Laevin, who substituted for Maurice Froo- man, now in the armed forces, as swim- ming coach. Empehi's football team reached second place in the South Section, losing only to TEAM There are few honors which may come to a high school athlete so great as being elected captain of the team by one's team mates. Members of the team look to the captain for leadership. Football captain for the '42 season was Bay Iones. When a leg injury made it impossible for Bay to take part in the games, Cliff Keddie took over. Under their leadership, Empehi's football team had a successful season, ending in second place in the south section. Don W'hite held the Fenger. Coach McGregor's basketball teams fared well, especially the juniors, While a fair season was had by the swim- ming team. This year's baseball prospects look good. A blow to the football squad was the announcement that Antonides will soon leave for the Navy. "Anton" has been coach at Empehi for the past 14 years. CAPTAINS captaincy of the heavy basketball squad, while Ioe Crow held the same position on the lights. Stan Hall and Wayne Fisher were captains of the heavy and light swimming squads respectively, while Art Wachholz held that honored position on the baseball team. Student head of athletics was lack McBride, who acted as Athletic Commis- sioner both semesters. Under his leader- ship the business management of the athletic department ran smoothly. CHEERLEADERS Working to keep up the spirit of the foot- ball team are the cheerleaders, who lead student fans supporting the team. Cap- tained by Mary Ioan Driscoll, the group composed of Eugene Smith, Charles Blaney, Dick Conrad, Bill Brown, Ion Eng- strom, Edith Holm, and Marilyn Karstrand, not only aided in sparking the team's spirit but also rallied the students at last tall's pep assemblies. Miss Helen O'Rourke is their sponsor and Lorraine Yaap acts as manager. Page 97 MUSTANG GRIDDERS OF '42 Empehi Mustangs of l942 completed a most successful season, which ended with Morgan Park holding down second place tie with Bowen in the south section. Due to the number of teams in the south section Morgan Park did not officially meet Bowen, but in a post season game came out ahead by a score of twenty to nothing. The team will lose several good men come graduation time such as captain Ray Iones, who due to a knee injury was unable to finish the season, but whose kicking and all around ability in the position of quarter back gave the team much power during the first part of the season: Cliff Keddie, who was acting captain after Ray's injury and regular right end, Bob Wall, left end and Empehi's leading pass interceptor: lack McBride and Deane Tubbs, who split the honors at center: lack Christman, who was a mainstay of the line at left guard, and lack Blatchford playing full back. The highlight of the football season was the Mustang's first game played against Fenger. ThCIt popular phrase "UO D9CICl'19S for FGDQIGTH nearly rang true this year as Morgan Park and Fenger battled to a four to nothing finish with the Titans on the winning end. A fine defensive prevented Fenger from scoring any touchdowns, and thrills were provided when the Mustangs with the aid of Wally Teninga's kicking advanced to the Fenger one yard line. The game with Harper ended in a win, fifleen to nothing, for Morgan Park. A highlight was hit when Bay jones kicked Morgan Park's first field goal in eight years. Buckley and Teninga were responsible for the scoring in the game with Parker, and Keddie made a safety making the final tally sixteen to nothing. Hyde Park was the third team to fall under the axe as the Mustangs played their third shutout with a score of twelve to nothing, Teninga making the two touchdowns. Hirsch was defeated due to the playing of Burt Schmidt scoring two touchdowns and lohn Foyer crossing the line for one touchdown. The only touchdown to be scored against Morgan Park was run up in the last game of the season with Calumet. Wall and Schmidt accounted for Mustang scoring. Next fall's prospects look bright, when the team captained by Burt Schmidt will be composed of veterans from this year such as Wally Teninga, Martin Buckley, Iohn Foyer, Angus Cot- ten, Paul Lacke, and Bill Black. Those who have worked just as hard this year as the regulars but with no honor, the second team, will also be in there pitching next year as regulars. l j w l FOOTBALL REGULARS ROW 1: Christman, Teninga, Buckley, Foyer. ROW 2: Blatchford, Cotton, Schmidt, Wal1,Iohnson. ROW 3: Black, McBride, Keddie, Copeland, Tubbs. Page 98 GAME SCHEDULE MP ......., ,,...,,. O Fenqer ..... MP ........ ,,,,., l 5 Harper ,.,.... MP .,,..,.. ,,l6 Parker MP ......., ...... l 2 Hyde Park ....,,,,,,,, MP .,,Y..,. .,,,., l 8 Hirsch ,,,..,, MP ........ ...... l 3 Calumet MP -....AY. ...A,, 2 U Bowen ,.... FOOTBALL SQUAD ROW l: Skrivan, Crider, Sea- man, Wells, Sykes, Blatche ford, McLouqhlan, Mitchell, Richardson. ROW 2: Queble man, Dasher, Winters, Fair- banks, Pontius, Teninqa, Lane, Mains, Kerwin, Christ- man, Buckley, Fryer, Foyer, Mailhoit. ROW 3: Douglas, McCarihy, Delano, Shemai- tis, Blafchford, Colton, Locke, Ahlene, Schmidt, Wall, Rich! cn-dson. ROW 4: Coach Lae- vin, Huber, Iohnston, Main, Buchema, Iohnson,Woe1-hide, Schuba, Black, McBride, Ked- die, Copeland, Tubbs, laco- beit, Coach Antonicles. Page 99 SENIOR GAME SCHEDULE Morgan Park. . . Morgan Park . . . Morgan Park. . . Morgan Park . . . Morgan Park. . . Morgan Park . . . Morgan Park . . . Morgan Park . . . Morgan Park. . . Morgan Park . . . SENIORS ROW I: Dutton, Irvin. ROW 2: Berry, Smith, White, An- derson, La Rochelle. ROW 3: McMasters, Burnley, Han- neman, Rump, Henning, Man- ion, Gregson, Lamont. ROW 4: Ruhl, Horder, Tozer, Car- stens, McKinley. Page 100 Parker ...,.... 34 Hyde Park .... 45 Englewood .... 33 Harper ....... 3l Calumet ....... 38 South Shore .... 35 Bowen ........ 32 Fenger . ..... 38 Hirsch ........ 28 Chicago Voca. 37 CAGERS Morgan Park's Senior basketball team led by captain Don White experienced a good season, just missing the playoffs by one point. Backing up the team until Peb- ruary With his fine defensive play was White. Next year's Captain, George La Rochelle, was a star offensive cager, be- ing second in scoring, which was led by Iohn Burnely. Bill Irvin, Bruce Dutton, and Duke Lemont also played a fine game. With the graduation of White, Rump, and Middlebrook in February and Dutton and Irvin in Iune, the heavies will build next year's attack around La Rochelle, Burnely, Lemont, Ruhl, and Hanneman. Practice games with Leo, Tilden, Phil- lips and Lindblom resulted in one win from Phillips and three losses. After losing the first league game of the season to Hyde Park, the Mustang heavies won a thriller from Parker, the final score being 35 to 34. An upset was staged by Morgan Park when it beat South Shore, while Bowen and Chicago Vocational school also experienced defeat at our hands. Al- though nudged out of the playoff by Calu- met, Morgan Park won its final game with Harper. JUNIOR Empehi luniors, known as the ponies, finishing a fine season, went to the play- offs this year, where they were defeated by a stronger Manley team. Losing their captain, Ioe Crow, at mid- season graduation along with Ted Bush- nell and Solly Morgan, one of the team's best offensive men and high scorer, did not stop the Mustang lights, who, with the fine offensive playing of Alan Anderson, Charlie Ward, Roscoe Ward, and Bill Schau, won six games and dropped four. Anderson led the scoring with the two Wards close behind him. In their practice games the ponies de- feated Lindblom, Phillips, Gage Park, and Tilden while losing to Leo and St. Rita. ln their first league battle with Hyde Park, Morgan Park lost a thrilling game by one basket. With a defeat from Parker accred- ited to them the lights then whipped Englewood in a fast moving game. Al- though beaten by Bowen, South Shore, and Hirsch, a win against Harper placed Morgan Park in a three-way tie for fourth place in the league. CAGERS GAME SCHEDULE Morgan Park Morgan Park Morgan Park Morgan Park. . . Morgan Park Morgan Park Morgan Park Morgan Park Morgan Park Morgan Park Parker ...,.... 44 Hyde Park ..... 44 Englewood .... 25 Harper . ...... 25 Calumet ....... 30 South Shore . . .38 Bowen ........ 38 Fenger . . .... 37 Hirsch ........ 38 Chicago Voca. 21 IUNIORS ROW l: Anderson, Morgan, Crow, Connors, Ward. ROW 2: Hale, Bushnell, Washing- ton, Day. ROW 3: Schau, Ward. Page 101 5 .Y A E., , 7 K - I- wg , ki ,lay y I X, sg , M 53 if M 4 A t FT? 3' ' -"P 1 sl 'E f Z1 3 S. SENIORS IUNIORS ROW 1: Douglass, Teninga, Hall, Schrock. ROW 1: Osborne, Fisher, Blew. ROW 2: ROW 2: Upham, Grasse, Stanley, Walker, Moore, Powell, McGee. Blatchford. WRESTLNG. ROW l: Fletcher, Harris, Christman. Smith, Smith, Wesse'. RCW' -2: McGuire, Ienkms, Colombel, Fox, Watts, Schemaitis. ROW 3: Tozer, Moore, Schemams, Copeland, Mathias, Deckerd. Page 102 SWIMMING TEAM Under the able leadership of captains Wayne Fisher Ciuniorl and Stan Hall Cseniorb, the swimming teams came Well up to their standards in competition. The many fine swimmers profited by this season under the good coaching of Mr. Benny Laevin. Although the team lost many good men such as Don Nelson, 100 yard crawl swim- mer, Hud Moore, 200 yard crawl swimmer: Walter Scott, 100 yard breaststrokerp and Dick Andre, free styler, who graduated in February, the rest of the team was able to finish the season in a good standing. Stan Hall held down the 100 yard back stroke, while Hump Teninga swam the 100 free style. Gerry Douglass, free styler, Hall and Teninga composed the 3 man medley. Bill Stanley and Dick Hiel took care of the 200 yard free style, and Bruce Walker swam the 100 yard breaststroker. The four-man relay was made up of Bill Blew, Bob Bieky, Pete Van Brussel and Chuck Upham. In the junior division, Wayne Fisher and Iack Blatchford swam the 40 free style: Elwood Powell and Steve Schrock, 40 breast: Bill Osborne in the back stroke: Don Magee and Steve Schrock in diving. Bill Moore was the 100 free style splasher. The outlook for the next season is the best in years. Only two men are graduat- ing and more good juniors are coming up. WRESTLING TEAM Although not maintaining the standards of other years, Mustang grapplers experi- enced a fair season under the direction of their coach R. C. Antonicles. Two of the squad, lack Christman Wrestling in the 165 pound division and Bishop McGuire in the 175 bracket, went to the semi-finals in the all-city wrestling meet before being defeated. An outstanding member of the team was Garfield Ienkins, a 125 pounder, who met his first defeat of the season at the all-city meet. Okie Harris in the 135 pound divi- sion and Benny Copeland, heavy weight, also did exceptional work for the groaners' squad. Other members of the team included Angus Cotton, Eugene Smith, Charley Iones, Lester Smith, Stan Matthias, and Beg Schemaitis. The matmen lost their first match of the season to Chicago Vocational, 23 to 17: tied with the Parker squad, the score being 23 ally and dropped a close match to Calu- met with the score 23-18. Suffering a bad defeat from Bowen, 24 to 14, the Mustangs retaliated by winning from Mount Carmel, 20-16.6 After losing to the Fenger grapplers 22-13, Morgan Park ended its season by beating Hirsch 30 to 3. ' Page 103 Page ROW 1: Dixon, O'Donnel1, Peterson, Wachholz, Rodger, Thema, Radtke. ROW 2: ShuTlttPk F'hrBkG W1 Kh1.ROW3.Fi c a , aco . er er, isc e , uz e, rant, cxstrom, oe er ' are banks, McKinley, Milord, Olsen, Franiak, Garner, Irvin, Casper, Post, Post. BASEBALL TEAM Empehi's diamond squad suffering from a loss of many good players last year has done fairly well up until the time of this writing. The team captained by Art Wach- holz has won five and lost four games in- cluding those played for practice. Due to much rainy weather several league games had to be canceled. Outstanding players of the Mustang nine include Wally Franiack, an all around utility man and one with a high batting average, Art Wachholz, captain, shortstop, and a good hitter: Bob Olsen, catcher: Bill Milord, infielder. Ken Peterson and Frank O'Donnell were the pitchers with Franiack pitching occasionally. Bill Schau played right field with loe Burke in left. An ankle injury to Art Rodgers in the beginning of the season lost a good first baseman for the Mustangs. Iohn Foyer and Wally Teninga are two new baseball players of this season and both show their skill in base running. 104 ln their first game with Lindblom, Peter- son pitched a victory for the Mustangs, the final score being 17-ll. Losing two to Harper and Parker, Morgan Park came back with a win over Chicago Vocational l2 to 7, Franiack and Peterson hurling. Hirsch defeated Morgan Park and Peter- son 6 to 4, while O'Donnell went all the way to win his first victory over Harper 4 to 3. Many errors and many Bowen hits com- bined to beat the Empehi nine lO to 2, but a clash with Parker brought a win of l3 to 4. BASEBALL SCORES Morgan Park Lindblom . . . Morgan Park Chicago Voc Morgan Park Phillips ..... Morgan Park Harper . . . Morgan Park Parker . . . Morgan Park Hirsch .... Morgan Park Harper . . . Morgan Park Parker . . . Morgan Park Bowen . . . AUTOGRAPHS 1.1.1.-il .-.lggil -iii 1- ..4 ---.-1- E see. 'If is . 'Ql4D -- BC' 'SZ . 522253 d W '?' Ill 17 YEAR OLDSl lNOW You CAN FLY for NAVY Here are the qualifications necessary for you to obtain the Navy's 527,000 pilot training edu- cation free and to become a member of that picked group who wear the Navy Wings of Gold: Rank scholastically in the upper half of high school graduating class or, if attending college, maintain a standing in the upper two-thirds of college class. Q Seventeen years of age. a o Graduate from high school by June 30, 1943, or already have been graduated. 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