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

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Marilyn Zastrow Photo ra ihic Editors ....i... Dick Putzler 9 P Iohn Shoemaker . Iohn Cole Business Manager .- ....... Iames Hanley Faculty Advisor. . .Mrs. Henrietta Collins Business Advisor ...... Mr. Curtis Melnick EDATHL C5 ASSE 1 1, -fa Ia, Z' Empehi claims students from Morgan Park. Mt. Green- wood, Beverly Hills. and Brainard. These young people learn to work and play together in the smaller community of Morgan Park high school. Q. -i , .,f"Y N The experiences gained in democratic living at Empehi aid the students to enter the community well prepared to assume their responsibilities of citizenship. F Q. 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Q- -1 ,fr . ,-,.- ,, as-K. x , .I W V my 1 i -up -pg. . , 1 5, ,-. v fx . ' ' U ,R .D ' ' M W. K, . , .. - vw., . , ,Y.. ., , ' it 11' , . M. ,f If A , 5 g 1 ,Ki W , can N "".'I, M ' ... J- f'., ""-i -?.,'. ,,. 6 fu 6- lj4.,,, ,Q-V, "f -,.,f,. , , 1 y m ,K - ' .y 4.0. V I l J . 'X i"-' 1 , fry., I K. .Y ,,, 3' HARRY L. TATE f9fznfz,mf .S7cAoo! .gyloirif Shakespeare said, "Theres nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so". Most ot us will agree with that statement, especially it We incorporate emotions as an element ot thinking - a combination that estab- lishes an attitude which controls the manner in which we view our responsie bilities and privileges. The good spirit ot one school and the poor spirit ot another originate in the thinking ot all those Who compose the school W- not only students, teachers, principal, but also the citizens of the community. Each individual, in his dealing with others, experiences emotional or intellectual reactions, and the kind and quality ot these reactions are deter- mined in large measure by the manner with which others treat him. lt each person is fair in his treatment ot others, he will show that respect tor the dignity and Worth ot the individual which is the basis tor mutual understanding. lt is this understanding which is the toundation upon which good spirit rests. Each person who strives with high morale, heightens the courage ot others to tace and overcome their ditticulties, thus helping to build an invincible esprit de corps -- or mobilized enthusiasm, Let us each strive to maintain the traditionally high spirit ot Morgan Park, 495 410i Meet Mr. G. G. Lorentz, the man who's helped to make Morgan Park the great school that it is today. A more just and understanding person than "Cap", as he is fondly known to Empehi students and faculty, would be hard to find. Although f'Cap" is always ready to pull a stunt on someone else, he's twice as ready to laugh if the joke's on himself. His ready wit and great abilities as a magician have added many hours of enjoyment to Empehites and when it comes to school spirit he's number one man. The Public Relations committee owes a great deal of what it has accom- plished this semester to HCap's" drive and stirring enthusiasm. Hes always the advocator of the impossible and to the amazement of all manages to see that its accomplished. Our gratitude goes to Mr. Lorentz for the extra time he has cheerfully given each one of us and for his spirit, friendship and guidance which have influenced us more than we shall ever realize as we prepare to leave Morgan Park's portals and ascend the ladder of the future. MR. LORENTZ 0-orc inafolm W6tfAQI1fLCllliC.6 o o o I ,4 I'l g l if f 0 0 0 f A N CO-ORDINATORS MATHEMATICS ENGLISH Melnick, Loreniz, Sands, Walter, Von Meeieren, Nesbit, Gauli, Bier, Walter, Callahan, Adams, Landers Necx1on,Larson,Geocaris Nealon Brown H' C i e Ifl, C e SCIENCE Bctsile, Stevenson, Grieser, Watson, Pape, O'Brien, Melrxick SOCIAL STUDIES Collins, Demling, Castle, Wilson, Delczhunl, Colla- han LANGUAGE Holland, Baron, Cunnea, Corcoran, Bennis 4 P ociaf ,gjfuched Clngudge h f su Q, A. -f - ommercia COMMERCIAL Corcoran, Sc1nds,Lc1w1ey Calkins GRAPHIC AND INDUSTRIAL ARTS Grcxshofi, Reed, Twomey HOME ECONOMICS Michczelis, Grieser, Kmetty I 3 al0A ic .fdrfd 07119 COFLOWQLCZI . . . 4135 I9 4311? I I gazed! 6,c!ucafL0n an - . M 6 l C 0 0 0 In 0 0 0 . 1 f GYM AND R. O. T. C. MUSIC ART Stcmek, Sibley, Kurz, Dubyk, O'Nei1l Hotchkiss,Hcxl1, Huber Iindra, Samuels, Tweedy, McGregor, Antonidies. oungie ord. . . ffice. . . ofigrarianfi . . . COUNSELORS OFFICE HELP LIBRARIANS Dwyer, Brook, Condit Gooch, Mclnerney, Smith, Hibbcxrd Dobski, Lowe f, -in W. s 5 Y Z J DIVISION 317 Row One: Kelly, Feager, How- ard, Coate, Bennett, Giberson. Page, Kasper. Row Two: Ken- nedy, Miller, Sheehan, Shippy, Mclntyre. Maheras, Grimaldi, Vaughn. DIVISION 225 Row One: Wahl, Hoegland, Bergeron, Danielsen. Willner, Fales. Row Two: Williams, Baker, Brazile, Witte, Brueck- ner, Shelby. DIVISION 324 Row One: Gaskins, Clark, Burke. Ferrante. Row Two: Gudlink, Hague, Englund, O'- Meara, Ianson, Daniels. DIVISION 103 Row One: Beste. McKee, Mueller, McFadden. Burnham, Burnham, Leonard, Howe. La Vine, Lund. Row Two: Max- well. Nolden, Lochow, Prieb, Lowitz, Hansen, Harrison, Schultz, Kidd, Hummel. 4165 C' C P815 ZIWLQIQ. . . arid 0 is 5 U IN. RTW fi S inefeen Ji fL -fwo I, ,,,g:.4. 4 S. -new K. 3 S5 ., we WW' af fir. DIVISION 309 Row One: Lyons, Foster, Rod- gers. Frieberg, Houlehan, Hu- bert. Row Two: Iohnson Livora, Grant, McNeill. Daniels Christy, May, Metcalfe. DIVISION 215 Row One: Cole, Coultrip Pease, Morgan. Maurer, Ian- son. Row Two: Houser, Kasha Smith, Murphy, Schuetz, Burn: ley. Row Three: Nelson, Mil- lar, Macieiewslci, Lacey, An- derson, Domke. Barrett, Lucas Rhine. DIVISION 303 Row One: Kern, Marshall, Pourchot, Matthews, Holman. Row Two: Fase, Maier. Smisek, lVIcAtee, Cullop, Massie. Hick- hoff, Bittner. Row Three: Rich- ardson, Henderson, Roscrow, Kupecky, Griffen, Edwards, Berry, Goetz. DIVISION 121 Row One: Wandry, Thatcher, Cooley, Stitt, Archibald, Callis, Davis. Spiecer. Row Two: Landgrebe, Rich, Kauffman McVay, Cunningham, Kamen- shi, Anderson. Taylor, Whit- nell, Patzlafl. 4 17 P 1 P215 I'lflQlfl... DIVISION 115 Row One: Holum, Lewis, Hen- dricks, Treat, Scott. Row Two: Hohmcxn, Kemmler. Sahlin, Bland, Buchanan, Heeringa. Row Three: Iohnson, Parson, Herzog, Lofgren, Knutson, Ian- kawski, Stefanu. DIVISION 310 Row One: Bowman. Sykes, Feld, Pratt, Wilson, Griswold. Row Two: McDowell, Derkovits, Scheidt, Roberts, Weir, Black- stone, Brownfield, Simons. Wallace. DIVISION 224 Row One: Travis, Boersma, Diesel, Souvenier, Blacksher, Harrington. Crider, Shissler. Row Two: Hoey, Venhuizen, Sturner, Spaynola, Carlisle Wortham, Brandon, Brown, Daniels. DIVISION 325 Row One: Parsons, Ferman Macflae, Matthias. Row Two: Muhr, Kock, Mitchell, Kropp. gSj0l9AOIfl'LOI"Q5 DIVISION 203 - 1B Row One: Storck, Klinger, Schneegas, Mason, Kramer. Row Two: Graves, Metcalfe, Keagle, Sylvain, Smith, Marsh, Worthington. DIVISION 217 Row One: Schoenecker, Kock, Carlson, Bjork, McKeever, El- gin, Young. Row Two: Buckley, Gorham, Myers, Bowen, Sillo- way, Isles, Lamb, Oetter. Row Three: Langenberg, Mayne, Collord, Holm, Peterson, Dokes, , Mays, Barr, Stier, Miller. DIVISION 231 Row One: Carter, Valentine Plana, Powless, Nordmeyer, Brown. Row Two: Anderson, Lucas, Eames, Bathe, Fox, Hol- land. DIVISION 320 Row One: Romeo, Stair, Wil kens, Howe, Gordon, Lenihan. Row Two: Belski, Nyberg, Gie sen, Cresap, Fredenburgh. J I I a-,L-4. rt I I . 1 , i -ff 4mm- DIVISION 209 Row One: Schiesser, Woiniak, Marquardt, Wallace, 1-lrnquist, Shannon. Desch. Row Two: Gignac, Pearson, Deneen, Dixon, Ericksen, Edson, Pan- nell, Bain. DIVISION 308 Row One: Belske, Zeiss, Boyle, Adams, Selheimer, Hall, Han- sen. Row Two: Wylie, Smith- son, Travis, Andrews, Van Dyne, Duffy, Bame, Reynolds, Meyer. Phillips, Watson. DIVISION 315 Row One: Mehlan, Carlhen, Polacek, Barksdale, Slory. Row Two: Re-if, Viall, Mraz, Mullen, Coady, Dixon, Steffes. Row Three: Borsalo, Bain, Iackisch, Wilson, Robinson, Benedick, Lindroolh, Thomas. DIVISION 312 Row One: Sproul, Brullleaf, Erickson, Be-hrend, Roberson. Row Two: Hodges, Foriino, McManus, Braun. 4205 OIQAOHQOPQZI. . .CKCLJZI OA S , fa, ,ff I A :K I L mv inefeen, Jli ll,-fwo W C" ,,,p-may ,w DIVISION 329 Row One: Ault. Smith, Wester- hoil, Kunes, Schrock, Mains. Row Two: Robinson, Irving, Iohnson, Goering, Hendricks, Graper. DIVISION 233 Row One: Elliot, Christie, Thomas, Van Abbema, Wolter, Flesvig, Goetz, Corcoran. Row Two: Shaw, Haas, Opler, Cur- tiss, Ehrhart, Schultheis, Swan- nie, Garlanger, Passaglia, Broe, Knierim, Calkins. DIVISION 232 Row One: Zeiss, Rourke, Cur- tiss, Larson, Bullock. Row Two: Dawkins, Wilson, Temple, Eng- lund, Wood, Wheeler. Dietz. Row Three: Wiencek, Grali, Walker, Frederick. Mohler. Gonzales, Ulmer, Iones. DIVISION 201 Row One: Travis, Eklund, Hoppe, Lawler, Cole, Wahls, Cassidy. Row Two: Strauss, Tremewen, McDade, Vaughn, Ritter, Watson, Strickland, Parker. 421i 4227 ,rfv uniomi DIVISION 301 Row One: Bell, Baker. Giber- son. Zimpel, Morris. Chancel- lor. Row Two: Burke, Tharp. Roberts, Sahel, Crane, Rasmus- sen, Howard, Garcia. DIVISION 326 Row One: Faust, Ianson, Hahn, DeRouin, Fox, Pozesky, Munns. Refermai, Baker. Row Two: Stroud, Hagreen, Sestak, Gam- ble, Snyder, Burden, Coleman, Glaser, Dunne. Row Three: Caldwell, Dokes, Barney, Dil- lon, Goetsch, Sleeves, Putzler. Major, Harris, Burns, Manning. DIVISION 222 Row One: Bovee. Reeder, Gus- lafson, Cusac. MacFarlane, Dunneti. Row Two: Deery, Thompson, Manning, Riecker, Walker, Talcoti, Mortima. How Three: Durst, DuMais. Brown, Melz, Tursman. Cripe, Ienks, Salvaio, Olsen. DIVISION 207 Row One: Sheibley, Bernard, DeVries, Schwaar, McCracken, Loving, Petiy. Row Two: Pro- vancha, Mahon, Weaver, Ber- lin, Dyslin, Wendt, Cravener. Zeissler, Dyckman, Branom. DIVISION 322 Row One: Akers, McGill, Henss. Row Two: Van Dyke, Sexton, Finn, LaPato. DIVISION 119 Row One: Nagler, Onayo Beard, Faragher, Grigsby Scoit, Steianelli. Row Two: Kinzie, Greenwood, Kinzie, Hill Boyle, Schuetz, Harris, Mason. Row Three: Derthick, Rourke Lach, Smith, Schaffer, Payne Quist, Eddy. 1 Cjfvm of 1950 423D DIVISION 307 Row One: Ianei, Schmidt, Willner, Holland, Krob. Row Two: Scholten, Price, Kurash, Lochow, Bolton, Martin, Sion- ley, Welser. Row Three: Tairo, Arlon, Zobuc. Scholten, Mis- kinis, Moore, Hoffman, Ed- mondson. DIVISION 306 Row One: Agemct, Zoellick, Mays, Cain, Purdue. Row Two: Pierce, Brcxdtke, B. Burke, Wugeck, Duffy, S. Burke, Wurl. Row Three: Welcome, Welcing, Bohmcm, Lott, Crane, McLean, Zirbel. DIVISION 226 Row One: Klein, Barber, Pil- tuzis, Brownfield, Lettsome. Row Two: Whiimer, O'Connor, Harris, Reid, Edlund, Warren, Lynch, Iackson. DIVISION 101 Row One: Medema, Flesher, Turner. Row Two: Lagerwcrll, Fry, Fowler. 4245 uniord 137 I x fo if 'lm .35-"" I 2 E fl 1 .' -1' A ff 4 1 nm t 4 ,X I 4' ff ff ,fflff if I X " ' if 1,-2 .15 A V .1 nf ef , " V f I ,EL 5 K ' ,iff if 9 'f N 3 f mv' WI! 'RH' rv -5 EM J' 11 5 1 4 ' Q lb VW , 4- W 1. 5 Y, ,Y was in x P E , .5 gijxif 2 9 K 'ix , A A iq , . :QA A Q. . gf A 4 A M ,, K ' 1, an 71' M w Q K S' v' -0 iv f- 5 x 1 '-W' 'ff' 7 WA' 4 I W ,M 1 ' ' M1 'W fn: ,Q 4 ' M Q- 4, Wg ' ' W my AM 5 . 5 L 'A " L rr, i ff . N x f W, E Q. We .M x W hiv! , ' , .. Ng ' A ,7 mil Ap' QR 'MN ,Q . f- , -- , Ya WhmVWT,,,N 'W p 4..i 5 ,,,., 1 :-:' E xnvlb hm Mm N M , " ' -,g f 2fgQf eH4 21-- ,,, if "' Q ""' :.::5..E-33251 . ..,. z ff-if . x K M E -5, :X ,.,,, yy W, . A . , It f ggi? ,H Q "Q W , ' . my , fa ,V K 5 ' , E , i , i V I .1 5 i e, X 1' , ff I 1, 1-iw A A F, X FNIO 4253? anuar CALM 0 The lanuary Class of 1949 was fortunate to have four such capable people as lohn Cole, Audrey White, Beverly Baldwin, and Fred Young as their officers, Under the leadership of Iohn Cole, president, a senior council of about twenty representatives was elected, and committee chairmen appointed. Audrey White, as vice-president, took charge of the banquet which was held at the Nantucket restaurant. ln addition to her secretarial duties, Beverly Baldwin served as chairman of the Cap and Gown committee. The treasurer, Fred Young, handled the finances and was the chairman of the Gift committee. Other committee chairmen were: lane Funkhouser, prom, lohn Shoemaker, commencement program, Bob Bempert, announcements and Nancy Dawson- Smith, director of the class play, The class wishes to thank Miss Lillian Condit for serving as faculty sponsor. The lanuary Class of l949 contributed money to the public address system fund as their gift to the school. erdona ifiefi An all 'round boy is the best way to def scribe Bob Bempert. Bob has the ability to combine leadership and friendliness with a high scholastic record. ln his junior year he was elected by the student body to serve as chief justice of the Student Court. During his 4A semester, Bob was sports editor of the Empehi News, president of Bed Cross Council, and a member of Quill and Scroll and National Honor Society. Following his graduation, he will study law at the University of lllinois. Audrey White is a pleasure to know be- cause of her quiet and efficient ways and her true friendship. ln addition to her election as vice-president of her class, Audrey was also secretary and past president of Bed Cross Council, chairman of her division, and a mem- ber of Tau Epsilon and Board of Control. She will enter the University of lndiana in the fall. Beverly Baldwin has always been well known at Morgan Park for her wonderful sense of humor. She has given unstintingly of her time and service to the school and Well de- serves her nomination as an outstanding sen- ior. Beverly plans to continue her art work after graduation and would also like to enter the field of journalism. While a senior, she was secretary of the class, president of Quill and Scroll, chairman of the Publicity committee, and literary editor of the Empehi News. lohn Cole's good natured disposition and willingness to do for others, combined with his outstanding executive ability have made him a favorite among his classmates who elected him class president and a senior personality. Be- sides his class duties lohn was president of the Concert Band, vice-president of the Art club, and a member of the Board of Control and Tau Epsilon. lohn will become a student at Carle- ton college where he will major in business administration. Vw? ,gt EY K' X ABRAMS. IOSEPH S. A.5 lazz Band 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Div. Room Officer 25 Hall Guard 45 Senior Coun- cil 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 4. Mount Greenwood Undecided AKRIDGE. BARBARA S, A.5 Empehi News Staff 3, 45 Quilpen5 S. B. l.5 A. Y. L.5 Hall Guard. Shoop Art Institute ADAMS. DONALD S, A.5 Football l, Z, 35 Exterior Guard 45 Hall Guard 2, 3, 45 S. B. I. 25 Interior Guard 35 Div. Room Officer 25 Track 15 A. Y. L. Clissold Illinois ALBORG, RICHARD S. A.5 Div. Room Officer5 Exter- ior Guard5 Hall Guard5 Floun- ders5 A, Y. L.5 Business Rep. 4. Sutherland Coe ALTMAN, MARILYN S. A.5 Youth Builders 2, 35 A. Y. L.5 Hall Guard 35 Senior Council 45 Biology Club 25 Stu- dent Administration l, 2, 35 Div. Room Officer l, 25 Flounders. Vanderpoel Art Instruction Inc. ANDERSON. DONALD S. A.5 Basketball 3, 45 Tau Ep- silon l, 2, 35 Pan American Z5 Business Rep. 3, 45 Football 25 A. Y. L. Clissold Grinnell 4305 DALE, ARCHIBALD S. A.5 Civic Council l5 A. Y. L.5 Pan American Z, 35 Beg. Band l, 25 Div. Room Officer l, 2, 4: Student Council l, 2, 45 Exter- ior Guard 25 Hall Guard 2, 3. Sutherland University ot Arizona BALDWIN. BEVERLY S, A.5 Quill and Scroll 4, Pres. 45 Publicity Comm. Chairman 45 Board of Control 45 Div. Room Officer l, Z, 3, 45 Student Council5 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4: Poster Comm.: Latin Clubg Ouilpen5 Empehi News Staff, Literary Ed., Head Proof Reader. Sutherland School of Embalming BELL, THERESA S. A.5 A. Y. L.5 Senior Council5 Hall Guard5 Tau Epsilon l. Shoop Vogue BOND. HARTLEY S. A.5 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 Senior Council5 Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, Capt. 45 Pan American 2, 35 Board of Con- trol 45 Exterior Guard5 Athletic Guard5 Curtain Club5 Biology Club. Clissold University ot Arizona BOND. LORRAINE S. A.5 A. Y. L.5 Student Admin- istration l5 Youth Builders l, 25 Current Events Club. Shoop University of Kansas BRANOM. CURTIS S. A.5 A. Y. L.5 Tau Epsilon l, 3, 45 Hall Guard 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Div. Room Officer 45 Wrestling l5 Exterior Guard 35 Emblem Club. Sutherland Northwestern BREWSTER, ROGER S. A.5 A. Y. L.5 Tau Epsilon 25 Football l5 Div. Room Ofticer5 Senior Council5 Exterior Guard 25 Hall Guard 2, 45 Announce- ment Comm. 4. Sutherland Illinois BRYANT, ERNESTINE S. A.5 A. Y. L.5 H. R. S. G. lg Student Administration l. Shoop Roosevelt BUCK. IOHN 5 S. A.5 Hall Guard5 Student Ad- . ministration5 Div. Room Officer 31. i Hyde Park High School t Ohio State CALHOUN, QUINTON 1 S. A.5 Swimming 3, 45 Emblem 5 Club 45 Photo Staff 3, 45 Tau ' Epsilon 45 A. Y. L. Sutherland Wilson CARLSON, RICHARD S. A.5 Art Club 2, 3, 4, Pres 45 Pan American 2, 35 Hall Guard 2, 45 Board ot Control 45 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 45 Student Admin- istration 3, 4. Kellogg lllinois CARRUTHERS, PETER S. A.5 S. B. l.5 Emblem Club5 Basketball 3, 45 Interior Guard 3, 45 Tau Epsilon5 Hall Guard. Shoop U. C. L. A. CHAPEL, EDGAR S. A.5 Basketball l, 25 Football 3, 4: Emblem Club 2, 3, 45 Ex- terior Guard5 Interior Guardg Div. Room Otficer5 Hall Guard5 Pan American5 S. B. l. Vanderpoel Michigan CLEMENS. GRANT S. A.5 Student Council5 Hall Guard l, 2, 3, 45 Div. Room Chairman5 Fire Guard l5 Rifle Team. Shoop U. C. L. A. COLE. I OHN S. A.5 Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 Board ot Control 45 Swimming l, 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Tau Epsilon5 Empehi News Stafl5 Art Club 2, 3, 45 A Cappella 25 Senior Council5 Senior Class President. Kellogg Carleton COLEMAN, EDWARD S. A.5 Basketball l, 2, 35 Em- blem Club5 Hall Guard l, 2, 35 S. B. I.5 lntermural Basketball. Shoop U. C. L. A. CROSSETT. GEORGE S. A.5 A. Y L.5 Floundersg V. E. S. B. .Mount Greenwood Wilson DAWSON-SMITH. NANCY S. A.5 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 National Honor 45 Curtain Club l, 2, 3, 45 Pan American 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 H. R. S. G.: A. Y. L.5 Ouilpen5 Quill and Scroll 45 Empehi News Staff 3, 4. Clissold Smith 4 31 P DESCH, TED S. A., Emblem Club 4, Base- bcfll 3, 4, Mgr 4- Exterior Guard 3, 4, Senior Council, ln- ierior Guard 3, 4, Hall Guord 2, 3, 4, Inspector 4, Div. Boom Officer 2, German Club l, 2, 3- Elounders, Student Court Rec. 4 Vrrnderpooi University of New Mexico DIXON, VIVIAN S. A., A. Y. L., Hall Guard l, Student Administration 4, Elcunders, Current Events Club 4 Snoop Bennett DOUGLAS, CAROLYN S A., lrfctll Guard l, 2, 3, Stue dent Administrotion l A. Y L' Ycutn Builders :op Ho'.'.'f7:"i EAGLES, ALFRED S Ax Football 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 3. 4' Hell Guard l, 2, 3' Snop Ecrertian Z S " ooo Mfflson ELLIOTT, BARBARA S A., Latin Club, Div. Boom Officer, A Y. L: Biology Club, Tau Epsilon, Mixed Chorus fBowenD Bowen Undecided ELSNER. DOROTHY S A., Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon, Pan Americon, Cleanup Comm, Business Rep., Ernpelii News Staff 4, Student Administration l, 4, Einoncial Comm Elounders. Sutnerlctnd Beloit 432D EMERY, LORRAINE S A., Student Administration l, 2, 3, Student Council 3, Elounders. Bcrndrd M, f. FLINK. DORIS S. A., Student Administration, Hall Guard 2, Elounders. Esmond FRANKLIN, DONALD S, A, Emblem Club 2, 3, 4' Baslcetbdll l, Z, 3, 4: Tdu Ep- silon 3, Exterior Guard 3, 4, Senior Council- Athletic Guard Intramural Sports 2, 3 Esnrcrri W Q-'on FUNKHOUSER, IANE S, A, Pan American 3 lrl B S, G 3 4, Sec y 3. Elounders Pres. l, Board of Control l, Senior Council, Student Coun- cil, Girls' Emblem Club Prom Committee CIIUITHIUU' Pofter Comm Ciissolri lowfr State GACH, ROBERT S A., lrldll Guard 2. Kellocf: lfilnols GEISLER, GERTRUDE S. A., Business Rep. 2, 3, Girls' Emblem Club 4, Latin Club 4, Curtain Club 2, 3, 4, A Y, L., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Nation Honor Secy 4, Girls' Glee Club, A Cappella l, Z, 3, 4, Student Administration l, 3, 4. Bornoid Millilfin GONZALES, MADGE S. A., A. Y. L., H. R. S. G., Flounders, Hall Guard, Stamp Club 2. Mount Greenwood Wilson GREYBAR, LAVERNE S. A. Mount Greenwood Wilson GUINEE, ARLENE S. A., Student Administration l, 2, 3, 4, Stamp Club 3, A. Y. L. Mount Greenwood De Paul HAFNER, RAE S. A., Poster Comm. 2, 3, 4, Cleanup Comm. 3, Empehi News Staff 3, Pan American 4, Latin Club 2, 3, A. Y. L., Tau Epsilon 4, Quilpen 2, Biology Club 2, Elounders. Sutherland University of Colorado HAGEN, RADIENNE S. A., A. Y. L., Student Admin- istration 4, Flounders. Barnard Illinois HARRISON, PHILIP S. A., S. B. I. l, 2, Track 3, Biology Club 2, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, Sec'y 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Pres. 3, Div. Room Officer l, Z, 3, 4, Board of Control, Student Administration 2, Concert Or- chestra, Senior Council, Sutherland U. C. L. A. HEERINGA, LORETTA S. A.: H. R. S. G. 3: A. Y. L., Flounders. Mount Greenwood Beverly Business HOBSON, IUDY S. A., Ernpehi News Staff 3, 4, Photo Ed. 3, lst Page Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, A Cap- pella 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 4, Ouilpen 4, Latin Club 2, Poster Comm. 2, 3, National Honor, Div. Room Officer 2, 3. Sutherland Illinois HOCH, BARBARA S. A., A, Y. L., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 4, Board of Control 4, Div. Room Officer l, 3, Promotion Comm. 3, Girls' Glee Club, Li- brarian 3, 4, Sec'y 3, Pres. 4, Pan American, Social Comm. Esmond Michigan HOFFMAN, AMADORE S. A., Swimming l, 2, 3, 4, Em- blem Club 3, 4, V, E. S, B. 1, 2, Pan American, Hall Guard, Concert Band 3, 4, Librarian 4, Div. Room Officer 2, 3, March- ing Band 3, 4. Esmond Illinois HOLLY, IOAN S. A., Flounders, Art Club 2, Glee Club l, 2, 4, A Cappella 3, A. Y. L., Hall Guard 2, 3, Pan American, Curtain Club l, 2, 3, Sec'y 3. Kellogg Lawrence HOLMQUIST, ELAINE S. A., H. R. S. G. 4, Tau Epsi- lon l, Flounders, A Cappella 2, 3, 4. Roseland Christian Wheaton and Moody 4335 l t HOPPE, ROBERT S. A.7 A. Y. L.7 Interior Comm. 27 Exterior Comm. 47 Wrestling 37 Football 2, 3, 47 Emblem Club 3, 47 Flounders7 Div. Boom Chairman l. Clissold Purdue HOUSER, BEVERLY S. A.7 A. Y. L.7 Flounders l7 Tau Epsilon lj Concert Band l, 2, 3, 47 Concert Orchestra: Dance Orchestra 27 Biology Club, Hall Guard. Vanderpoel Grinnell HUMPHRY. BLANCI-IE S. A.7 Tau Epsilon 4. Mount Vernon IRWIN, LORRAINE S. A.7 A. Y. L.7 Youth Builders 2, 37 Flounders7 Div. Room Of- ficer l, 27 Biology Club 2, 37 Student Administration l, 2, 3j Hall Guard l, 27 Senior Council. Vande-rpoel Illinois IACKSON. GLORIA S. A.: A. Y. L.: H. R. S. G.: Bioloqy Club 3, 47 Hall Guard 2. Shoop Normal Teachers College IACQUES, IOHN S. A.7 A. Y. L7 Tau Epsilon l, 27 Football l, 2, 3, 47 Hall Guard7 Emblem Club 3, 47 Ex- terior Comm. 47 Div. Boom Chairman 4. Sutherland Illinois 4345 IOHNSON, CARL S. A.7 A. Y. L.7 A Cappella 3, 4, Pres. 47 Board of Control 47 Senior Council 4, Pan Ameri- can 37 Tau Epsilon 27 Poster Comm. Z, 3, 47 Div. Room Ot- ficer l, 27 Art Club 3: Fire Guard. Clissold Illinois IONES, ALPHONSO S. A., Football 2, 3, 47 Shop Foreman 2, 37 Hall Guard 2, 37 Emblem Club 3, 4. Shoop Illinois IONES, SUE S. A.7 H. R. S. G. 3, 4j Cheer- leader Z, 3, 4, Capt. 47 Latin Club 2, 37 Pan American 47 Flounders7 Current Events Club. Caldwell Iowa State IORDON. CHRISTINE S. A.: A. Y. L.7 S. B. l. 3: H. B. S. G., Hall Guard 3, 4. Shoop Illinois KALCHBRENNER, IOANNE S. A.7 A. Y. L.7 Flounders7 Glee Club l, 47 A Cappella 2, 37 Hall Guard l, 2, 47 Student Ad- ministration7 Pan American. Esmond Iowa KENNEDY, HENRY S. A.7 Fire Guard 47 Assembly Guard 47 Usher Force 4. Sutherland Undecided KREKLOW. MARY S. A.5 A. Y. L.5 Curtain Club 2, 3, 45 Flounders5 Pan American 35 Empehi News Staff 3. Clissold Undecided LARSON, BETTY ANN S. A.5 A. Y. L.5 Hall Guard l. Mount Greenwood Undecided LEVERTY, DONNA IEAN S. A.5 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 Pan American 2, 3, 45 Quilpen l, 2, 3, 45 l:'lounders5 National Honor5 Empehi News Staffp A. Y. L.: H. R. S. G.5 A Cap- pella5 Current Events Club. Kellogg Grinnell LYONS, DIANE S. A.5 Beg. Band l, 25 lunior Band 25 Tau Epsilon 25 Busi- ness Rep. l, 3, 45 Clean Up Comm. 35 Poster Comm. 35 Pan American 35 Empehi News Staff 3, 45 Student Administra- tion 3, 4. Vanderpoel lllinois MADIGAN, PATRICIA S. A.5 Div. Boom Officer 4. Mercy M. P. l. C. MALLOY, DONALD S. A.5 Baslcetball5 Hall Guard 3, 45 Student Administration 3, 45 Exterior Comm. 4. Clissolcl M. P. I. C. Mc CONNELL, WILLIAM S. A.5 A Y, L.5 V. E. S. B. 25 Usher Force 3, 45 Fire Guard 2, 3, 45 Rifle Team 2. Clissold Army MELILL, IOHN S. A.5 Swimming l, 2, 3, 45 Emblem Club 3, 45 Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 45 Poster Comm. 45 Art Club 3, 45 Or- chestra l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 45 Photo Staff l, 2, 3, Mgr. 3: Stage Crew 3, 4, Electrician 45 Board of Control 35 Empehi News Staff 4. Mount Greenwood Monmouth MILES, MARY S. A.5 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 Concert Band l, 2, 3, 45 Con- cert Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Pan Ameri- can 2, 35 National Honor5 Girls' Emblem Club 45 Student Ad- ministration 3, 45 Business Rep. 35 Empehi News Staff 4. Vanderpoel Carleton MITCHELL. SHIRLEY S. A.5 Flounders5 Ouilpen 25 H. R. S. G. 3, 45 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 45 Student Administration l, Z, 3, 45 Div. Room Officer 2, 35 Senior Council5 Pan Ameri- can 35 A. Y. L. Barnard lllinois MOORE, ELNORA S. A.5 Hall Guard 35 A. Y. L. Shoop Roosevelt MOORE. IOYCE S. A.5 Pan American 3, 45 H. R. S. G. 45 Student Adminis- tration 35 Hall Guard 45 Tau Epsilon 2, 35 A. Y. L.5 Biology Club. Shoop lllinois 135D MONRO, BONNIE S. A., Pan American 2, Senior Council, Biology Club 2, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Hall Guard 4, V. E. S. B, 2, Div. Room Rep, 4, Beg. Band, Concert Band, Div. Boom Otticer 2, 3. Fort Dearborn De Pauw OWEN, MARION S. A., A. Y. L., Flounders, Poster Comm. 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, 3: Student Administration l, 2, 3, 4, Clean Up Comm. 3, Ernpehi News Staff 3, Biology Club 2, Quilpen 2, Div, Room Chairman 3. Vanderpoel De Pauw PADDOCK, RICHARD S. A., Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Orchestra 3, 4, March- ing Band 2, 3, 4, Biology Club. Barnard Illinois PAULSON, MARY S. A., Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Pan American 2, 3, 4: Student Ad- ministration 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 4, Div. Room Chairman 3, 4, Enablem Club 4, Hall Guard Amundson Normal PIERCE, IEAN ANN S A., H. B. S. G. 3, 4, A. Y. L., Tau Epsilon l, 3, 4, Curtain Club 3, 4, Biology Club 3, 4, Pan American 3, 4, Student Administration 3, 4, Flounders, Shoop Illinois PLATT, IAMES S. A., Hall Guard l, 2, 3, 4, lns. 2, Interior Comm. 4, Fire Guard, A. Y. L., Bea. Band 3, Vice-Pres., Ass't Div. Chairman. Shoop U. C. L. A. 4365 'S- POWER, ROSEMARY t S, A., A. Y. L., H. R. S. G., Current Events Club, Floun- ders. Esmond M. P. I. C. RAETZMAN, MERWYN S. A., Tau Epsilon Z, Stamp Club Z, Biology Club 2. Kellogg Purdue REMPERT, ROBERT S, A., Executive Comm. 3, 4, Chief lustice ot Student Court, Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Na- tional Honor 4, Quilpen, Empehi News Staff 3, 4, 4th Page Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll, Public RelationsComm.4, Foot- ball 3. Sutherland Yale ROBERTS, TREVOR S. A., Tau Epsilon, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, A. Y. L., Vice-Pres. 3, Board ot Control 4, Student Court ludge 4, Div. Room Olticer, Exterior Comm., Interior Comm., S. B. l. Sutherland Wabash ROBINSON. KATHLEEN S. A., Hall Guard l, Emblem Club, Current Events Club 4, Student Administration l, 2. Shoop Walker ROBINSON, THELMA S. A., A. Y. L.: Student Admin- istration, Hall Guard l, 3, Current Events Club 4. Shoop Fisk ROE, BETTY IEAN S. A., A, Y. L., Student Admin- istration l, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 3, Pan American, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Emblem Club, Flounders, Cur- rent Events Club 4, Div. Boom Sec'y l, 2. Clissola' M. P. I. C. ROSSEN, NORMAN S. A., A. Y. L., Div. Room Of- ficer 2, Football Trainer 4, Hall Guard 2, 3, Current Events Club. Sutherland Purdue RUCKER, DELORIS S. A., Hall Guard. Shoop Kentucky State RZYM, EUGENE S. A., Hall Guard 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Board of Control 4, Biology Club 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, National Honor, Pres. 4, Usher Force 4, Fire Guard 4, Div. Room Officer 2, 3, Student Council. Mount Greenwood I. I. T. SABEL, IACQUELINE S. A., Flounders, Sec'y-Treas. l, Pan American 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, A Cappella 4, H. B. S. G. 3, 4, Pres. 4, Board of Control 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Curtain Club 3, 4, Senior Council, Div. Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4. Barnard lllinois SCHMID, GLENN S. A., A. Y. L., Swimmina l, 2, 3, 4, Football Mar. 4, Pan American 2, Hall Guard 2, 4, Poster Comm. 2, 3, Div. Boom Officer 2, lazz Band, lnterior Comm. Clissold Purdue SCHOLAR, PAUL S. A., Basketball Mar. 2, 3, Em- blem Club 3, 4, Exterior Comm. 4, Hall Guard l, 2, lns. 4. Clissold University of San Francisco SCHUBA, IOANNE S. A., Emblem Club 3, 4, Floun- ders, Hall Guard 3, A. Y. L.: Youthbuilders 2, 3, Pan Ameri- can 2, 3, lnterior Comm. 3, Div, Room Chairman 3, Student Ad- ministration 2, 3. Esmond Nurse's Training SHOEMAKER, IOHN S. A., Commencement Comm.. Chairman 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres., Pan American 3, Empehi News Staff 4, Usher Force 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Senior Council, Board of Con- trol 4, Photo Staff 3, 4, Mar. 4, A. Y. L. Kellogg Texas Technology SIMPSON. ROBERT S. A., Baseball 3, 4, Emblem Club 4, Sec'y 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Div, Boom Officer l, 2, 3, A. Y. L., Hall Guard l, 2, 3: Flounders. Vanderpoel Wilson SPIERS, MARY S. A., A. Y. L., Current Events Club 4, Stamp Club 2, Ernpehi News Staff 3, 4, Pan American 3, H. B. S. G., Stu- dent Administration 3, 4, Hall Guard, Flounders, Tau Epsi- lon. Clissold M. P. 1. C. STACHEL, AUDREY S. A., A. Y. L., Flounders, Art Club 3, Student Administration l, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 2. Sutherland Purdue 437D STEVENS, SYBIL S. A., A Y. L., H. R. S. G. 4: Emblem Club 4, Hall Guard 4, Biology Club 2, 3, Student Ad- ministration l, 2, 3, Tau Epsi- lon 4, Flounders, Pan Ameri- can 2, 3, Youthbuilders. Sutherland Bradley STIER. NORMA SUE S. A,, National Honor 4, Vice- Pres. 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Glee Club 2, Poster Comm, 3, 4, Student Administration l, 2, 3, 4, Quilpen 3, 4, Sec'y 3, Board of Control 4, Empehi News Staff. Esmond Undecided STRICKLAND, WALTER S. A., Concert Band, Vice- Pres. 4, Div. Room Chairman l, 4, Senior Council, Marchina Band 2, 3, 4, lazz Band 2, 3, 4, Football l, Track Team l, 2, 3, Emblem Club l, 2, 3, 4, Quil- pen 2, 3. Shoop Illinois SWANSON, KENNETH S. A. Fort Dearborn Undecided SYLVAIN, AUGUST S. A., Div. Boom Chairman 3, Track Team 2, 3: V. E. S, B. l, 2, 3, Marching Band 2, 3, 4: Student Council l, 3: lnt. Bas- ketball, A. Y. L., lazz Band, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3. Shoop Illinois THOMPSON. DELORES S. A., A. Y. L., Student Admin- istration, Hall Guard, Floun- ders, Current Events Club 4. Shoop Nadine 4323? TILLMAN. DOLORES S. A., A. Y. lu., Hall Guard, Current Events Club, Floun- ders, Student Administration, Shoop TISCHLER, WILLIAM S. A., Baseball 3, 4, Concert Band 3. Mount Greenwood Wilson TRINKA. RALPH S. A., Tau Epsilon, Pan Ameri- can, Track Team 2, 3, Biology Club, Div. Room Officer, Hall Guard, Barnard Illinois TYSON, LUCILE S. A., A, Y. L., Student Admin- istration l, Pan American. Shoop Undecided URHAMMER, MARILYN S. A., Flounders, Student Ad- ministration, Pan American 2, 3, 4, Quilpen 2, 3, 4, Current Events Club 4, Div. Boom Chairman, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4, Sec'y 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4, National Honor 4, Treas. 4. Lindbloom Purdue ULINSKI, MARY ANN S. A., A. Y. L., Art Club 3, Tau Epsilon l, 2, Student Adminis- tration l, 2, 3, 4, Bed Cross Council 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Curtain Club 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 4, Div. Boom Sec'y l, Z, 3, 4, Pan American 3, 4. Barnard Thornton UNDERHILL, BENNETT S. A., Quilpen l, 2, Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 3, Fire Guard 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Na- tional Honor 4, Empehi News Staff, Lit. Ed. 3, 2nd Page Ed. 4. Barnard Purdue WALKER, LOUISE S. A., Flounders. St. AnseIm's Undecided WATSON. MARY S. A., A. Y. L., Youthbuilders 3, Hall Guard 3, 4, Flounders, Student Administration l. Shoop Vogue WELLS, RONALD S. A., Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Emblem Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Wrestling Team l, 2, Pan American 2, Exterior Comm. 3, Business Rep, 2, 3, Student Council 2, Football 2. Clissold Michigan WERNINTSKI, OLGA S. A., Tau Epsilon l, Floun- ders, Student Administration l, 2, Latin Club 2, 3, Hall Guard 3, Business Staff 2, Biology Club 2, 3, Cap and Gown Comm., Empehi News Stait 3, 4, A. Y. L. Esmond Illinois WHITE. AUDREY S. A., Vice-Pres. Senior Class, Senior Council, Poster Comm, 3, 4, Biology Club, Emblem Club 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 4, Social Comm. 4, Student Coun- cil, Bed Cross Council 3, 4, Pres. 4, Sec'y 4, Board of Con- trol 4. Sutherland Indiana WHITE, IARVIS S. A., A. Y. L., Flounders, Tau Epsilon 3, Student Council, Div. Room Officer 4. Vanderpoei M. P. I. C. WOODS, MACEIO S. A., A. Y. L., Hall Guard l, 2, 3, 4, Flounders, Student Ad- ministration. Shoop Fisk YOUNG, FRED S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Div. Room Officer 2, Hall Guard 2, Student Council 2, Senior Council, Treas. Senior Class. Esmond Minnesota ZALUSKY, IAMES S. A., A. Y. L.: Swimming Team 2, Bed Cross Council 2, Beg. Band 2, 3, 4. Sutherland M. P. I. C. ZANARDO, NORMA S. A., A. Y. L., Flounders, Pan American. Mount Vernon i39P 4405 6 une CAM 0 7949 lt would he diiticult to tind tour more deserving people than the otticers ol the Class ot lune, l949. Tops in dependability, they led the class through an eventtul 4A semester. Early in February Bolo Guelle, lulie Kubik, Dorothy Boden, and lames Hanley were elected as president, vice-president, secretary, and treasurer, respectively. As in previous years, the divisions nominated representatives to the Senior Council, which handled all class lausiness. The Council included committee chairmen, the otticers, and Miss Lillian Condit, advisor. Those who assumed responsibility as committee heads Were: Social, lulie liuloilc, Budget, Ken Curtissg Commencement, Ruth Wilson, Announcement, Tom Singer, Assembly, Alice Lawrence, Cap and Gown, Uriel Blaclisher. erfionafifiefi You can always depend on Tom Singer to do a job well, no matter how small or difficult it may be. His high position as 2nd vice- president of the Student Association, and his goodfnatured disposition have not only ranked Tom among the four outstanding seniors, but have also won him the position of most popular boy in his class. He has brains too, as is proved by his membership in the National Honor Sof ciety and Tau Epsilon. Tom has been prexy of Pan American club, chairman of the Social committee, and a member of the Executive committee and the Board of Control. He plans to continue his education at the University of lllinois. Meet Ruth Wilson, the peppy girl with the winning ways and the capacity for conscien- tious hard work. Buth has trulv served the stu- dents of Morgan Park by her work as the editorf infchief of the best annual so far in Empehrs history, She has demonstrated the ability to par- ticipate in many extra-curricular activities and still maintain a high scholastic average by her membership in National Honor Society, Tau Epsilon, Quill and Scroll, and the Executive committee. Ruth has also served as chairman of the Commencement committee, secretary of Quilpen, aedile of Latin club, and Student Court judge. ln the fall she will begin her college work at DePauw University. Outstanding is the best word to describe lane Larson, as she is possessed of those high qualities of leadership, character, and friend- liness to others, that make up a really fine personality. As president of the Student Asso- ciation, she has held the highest student office in Empehi. lane has also been the president of Quilpen, chairman of the Student Council, secf retary of Tau Epsilon, chairman of the Execuf tive committee, aedile of Latin club, and a member of Quill and Scroll, National Honor Society, the lnterclass Council, the Empehi News Staff, and the Bed Cross Council. fn September lane will become a freshman at Carleton College. School-spirited Bob Guelle has always made the good of Morgan Park high school come first with him. He is an outstanding leader and athlete as was recognized when he was elected president of the senior class and captain of the H948 football team. No matter how high Bob has climbed, he has always ref mained a modest, likable boy. Bob has given much time, service, and honor to the school as a member of the football, basketball, and basef ball teams. He was a member of Tau Epsilon for four years, and a division room officer for three. Bob will begin his studies at Monmouth college in the fall. ABBOTT, WARDELL S. A., A. Y. L., Hall Guard l, 3, 4, Elounders. Shoop Undecided ABEI., CARLYLE S. A., Pan American 2, 3, Tau Epsilon l, 2, Student Adminis- tration l, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 4, Flounders. Zion Wilson ALLUMS, MARGARET S. A., Hall Guard l, Elounders, Pan American. Shoop Undecided ANDERSON, LORRAINE S. A., A. Y. L., Biology Club 3. Fort Dearborn Art Institute ANDERSON. WALLACE S. A., A. Y. L., Marching Band, R. O. T. C. Band. Mount Greenwood Wilson ANDREWS, PATRICIA S. A., Biology Club 4, Art Club 4, Public Relations Comm. 4, Div. Boom Officer 4, Student Administration 4, Empehi News Staff 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, Quilpen, Tau Epsilon l. Mount Greenwood Knox 4425 ANDRUSKA, IULIE S. A., H. B. S. G., Pan Ameri- can 2, 3, 4, Biology Club, Poster Comm. Chairman 4, Tau Epsilon l, Z, Board of Control, Student Administration l, 2, 3, 4, Dance Orchestra l, Concert Orchestra l, 2, 3. Vanderpoel Wilson ARDERY, NORMA S. A., H. B. S. G. 4, Student Ad- ministration 3, 4, Div. Boom Officer 4, Prom Comm. 4, Cur- rent Events Club 4, Business Staff 4, Senior Council. Mt. Lebanon M. P. l. C. BAINBRIDGE, DOLORES S. A., Cheerleaders l, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 3, 4, Art Club 2, 3, 4, Pan American 2, 3, 4, Quilpen 4, Empehi News Staff 3, 4, H. R. S. G., A. Y. L., Flounders. Sutherland Knox BEATY, MARY KAY S A., A. Y. lu., H. R. S. G. 4, Div. Boom Officer 2, Quilpen 2, 3, 4, Art Club 3, Current Events Club 4, Student Admin- istration 2, 3, 4. St. Barnabas Iowa State BEEBY, ROBERT S. A., Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, Swimming Team 2, 3, Biology Club 3, Social Comm. 4, Post- er Comrn. 4, A. Y. L., Tau Ep- silon 2, 3, Empehi News Staff 4, Hall Guard, Pan American 2, 3. Grand Rapids Beloit BEESON, DONALD S. A., A. Y. L., Elounders, Picked Platoon 3, Fire Guard 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, Business Rep. l, 2, 3, 4, Empehi News Staff 3, Student Exchange. Beloit BELL, DONALD S. A., Hall Guard. Clissold Undecided BELL, MARY S. A., H. R. S. G., Elounders, Student Administration. Shoop Fisk BEMBERG, MARTHA IEAN S. A., A. Y. L., Tau Epsilon l, Latin Club Z, 3, 4, Student Ad- ministration 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Council 3, Flounders, Empehi News Staff 3. Zion Illinois BENNETT, PEGGY ANN S. A., Business Staff 3, 4, A. Y. L., Curtain Club 2, 3, 4, Plounders, Empehi News Staii, Exchange Ed. 3, Parkway Comm., Tau Epsilon 4, Div. Room Officer 2, 4, Hall Guard l, Z, 3. Memphis, Tenn. Monticello BIBBS, IAMES V. E. S. B., Emblem Club, Foot- ball 3, 4. Shoop Undecided BLACKSHER, URIEL S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 4, Flounders, V. E. S. B. l, 2, Swimming Team 3, 4, Basket- ball 2, 3, Quilpen 2, 3, Interior gioinm. 2, 4, Concert Orchestra Shoop illinois ,f . Q 5 BLACKSTONE, IOAN S. A., A. Y. L., Art Club, Bi- ology Club, Iunior Band, Beg. Band, Tau Epsilon 3, Student Administration, Current Events Club 4. Gregory Wilson BODEN, DOROTHY S. A., National Honor, Pres. 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Business Staff 4, Quilpen 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 4, Poster Comm. 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, H. R. S. G. 3, 4: Current Events Club 4, Senior Class Sec'y. Clissold Cornell BOWMAN, ANN S. A., Flounders, Tau Epsilon Z, 4, Hall Guard 3, 4. Shoop Wilson BRADLEY, SHIRLEY S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3, A Cappella Z, 3, 4, National Honor, Quilpen l, 2, 3, 4, Student Administration Z, 3, 4. Benton, la. M. P. l- C- BRICK, BAYARD S. A., Quilpen 3, Usher Force 3, 4. Wilson Stanford BROWN, BONNIE IEAN S. A., Hall Guard 3, 4. Clissold Undecided Q43! BROWN, SOPHRONIA S. A.: Emblem Club 4, Art Club l, 2, 3, 4, Pan American l, 2, 3, Tau Epsilon l, 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, A. Y. L. Shoop Art Institute BURKE. BARBARA S. A., A. Y. L., H. R. S. G. l, 2, Lunch Comm. l, Student Ad- ministration l, 2, Flounders. Sl'100p Dillard CARLSON. AUDREY S. A., A. Y. L., Ouilpen l, Bi- ology Club 2, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 4, Flounders, Pan American l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres., Student Administration l, 2, Div. Room Officer l, Hall Guard. Fort Dearborn Augustana CASSIDY, GRACE S. A., A. Y. L., Flounders, Curtain Club l, Z, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Pan American, Current Events Club 4, Board of Con- trol 4, Student Administration: Concert Band l, 2, 3, Empehi News Staff. Clissold Strattord CHISHOLM, KING S. A., Athletic Comm. 4, Em- blem Club 2, 3, 4, Pan Ameri- can 2, 3, 4, Wrestling Team 2, 4, Football Teain 2, Swimming Team l, 2, Executive Comm., Div. Room Officer 2, Student Council, Board of Control. Rubbles Illinois CHRISTIANSON, IOAN S. A., H. R. S. G., V. E, S. B. Sec'y 2, Cheerleader 2, 3, Stu- dent Administration 2, Mount Greenwood Wilson 44b J X CLAPPER, ROBERT S. A., V. E. S. B. 2, 3. Washington Quincy CLUVERIUS, MARTHA S. A., Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Poster Comm. 4, Prom Comm. 4, Busi- ness Staff 4, Financial Promo- tion Comm. 2, Student Admin- istration 4, National Honor, Sec'v 4, Current Events Club 4, H. R. S. G., Latin Club l, Z. West High Lawrence COBURN. GLENN S. A., Marching Band 4, Usher Force, R. O. T. C. Band 2. Clissold Undecided COLIN, ALICE MARIE S. A., Quilpen l, Glee Club 4, Art Club 4, Hall Guard l, H. R. S. G. 4, A. Y. L.7 Flounders. St. Peter Clover Academy Art Institute COLLINS. CAROLYN S A., A. Y. L., Hall Guard 3, Current Events Club, Floun- ders. Shoop Talledega COLOMBEL, IOSEPHINE S. A., Tau Epsilon 2, 3, Biology Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, 4, Music Appreciation Club 4, Vice- Pres. 4, H, Ft. S. G. 2, 3, 4, S. B. l. 2, 3, 4, Pan American Z, 3, 4, Current Events Club 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 4, Business Staff 4. Shoop Wilson CONDON, BARBARA S. A., H. R. S. G. 4, Business Stall 3, 4, Copy Writer 4, Clean Up Comm., Poster Comm. 4, Curtain Club 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsi- lon l, 3, 4, Public Relations Comm. 4, Flounders, Empehi News Staff, Emblem Club. Barnard Monmouth CURTISS, KENNETH S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, Pan American 2, 3, 4, Quilpen 2, 3, Wrestling l, 2, Flounders, Cur- rent Events Club 4, Curtain Club 4: Photo Stall 2, 3, Pres.: Div. Room Officer. Zion Illinois DAVIS, CORA S. A., Flounders. Copernicus Wilson DAYE, DONALD S. A., V. E. S. B., Hall Guard. Mount Greenwood Bradley DEBUS. IO ANN S. A., Pan American 2, 3, Tau Epsilon 2, A. Y. L., H. R. S. Cf. 3, 4, A Cappella 3, Flounders, Emblem Club 3, 4, Probation Comm, 4. Barnard Eureka DIXON, ALBERT S. A., A. Y. L., Hall Guard lg Poster Comm. 4, Track Team l, 2, 3, 4, Current Events Club 4, Interior Comm 2, Exterior Comm. 2, Flounders. Shoop University of Mexico 4 t 2 DOMKE, MARILYN S. A., S. B. l. 3, 4: A. Y, L.: Quilpen, Student Administra- tion 4. New Lenox Illinois D O ORNEWEERD. STEVEN S. A., V. E. S. B., Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 4, Bi- ology Club 3, Pan American 3, Fire Guard 4, Picked Pla- toon 4, Usher Eorce 2, 3, 4, Student Administration 3. Mount Greenwood Moody Bible lnstitute DOWNS. BETTY S. A., Annual Staff, Literary Ed. 4, Public Relations Comm., Chairman 4, Student Court ludge 4, National Honor 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Executive Comm. 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Red Cross Council l, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Board ol Control 4, Glee Club 3, Sec'y 3. Kellogg De Pauw DREWS. RUTH S. A., A. Y. L., Pan American 2. 3, Tau Epsilon 2, Art Club Z, 3, 4, Sec'y 3, Plounders, Business Rep. 3. Barnard American Academy ot Fine Arts DROEGE, MARY S. A., Empehi News Stall 3, 4, Page Ed. 4, National Honor 4, Emblem Club 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Pres. 4, Glee Club, Art Club, Board ol Control, Latin Club, Curtain Club, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4. Sutherland University ot Colorado DUBLE. GLENN S. A., Marching Band l, 2, 3, 4, Student Administration l, 2, 3, 4. Illinois 445D EDWARDS, CAROLYN S. A., Latin Club 4. Baldwin Township University ot Colorado EDWARDS, DORIS S. A., Latin Club 4. Baldwin Township Illinois EMSHOFF, MARIORIE S. A, Ernpehi News Staff 3, 4, lst Page Ed. 4, Quilpen 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Z, 3, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Student Administration 3, 4, Div. Room Officer 2, 3, 4: Keen Teen Rep. Sutherland De Pauw EVANS. BARBARA S. A., S, B. l., Pan American 2, 3, Youth-Builders 2, Art Club 2, Student Council l, 2, 3, Stu- dent Administration 2, A. Y. L., Elounders, Emblem Club 4, Bi- ology Club 3. Barnard Drake EVERERT, LOIS S. A., Elounders, A. Y. L., H. B. S. G. 3, 4, Biology Club 4. Barnard Westeirn FARMER, LORRAINE 4 46 D FEELY, LEON S. A., A. Y. L., lntermural Sports 2, Exterior Comm. l, 2, 3, 4, Interior Comm. l, Z, 3, 4, Student Court Rep. 4, Hall Guard, Student Administration 3. Barnard Wilson FELGENHAUER, ROBERT S. A., Student Council l, 2, Wrestling Z, 3, Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, Financial Promotion Comm. 4, A. Y. L., Elounders. Clissolcl Purdue FERGUSON, DOLORES S. A., Elounders, Vice-Pres. l, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Board of Control 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, Emblem Club 4, Business Staff, Sec'y Treas. 4, Interior Comm. 3, 4, Senior Council, Glee Club, Sutherland Canterbury FERRANTE, ANTHONY S. A., A. Y. L., Hall Guard l, 3, Class Bing Comm. 4, Student Council l, 4, Exterior Comm. 4, Empehi News Staff 4, Floun- ders. Esmond U. C. L. A. FITZPATRICK, CHARLOTTE S. A., Flounders, Student Ad- ministration l, 3, 4, Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, National Honor 4, Emblem Club 4, Glee Club 3, Student Council 2, 3, Quilpen 2. Timothy Carleton FITZPATRICK, VIOLETTE S. A., A. Y. L., Business Staff 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 2, Elounders, Parkway Comm., Smoking Comm., Div. Room Officer 2, Hall Guard 2, Pan American l, Ernpehi News Staff 3, 4. Clrssold Bryant and Stratton FLEMING, IANET S, A.5 Business Staff 45 Stu- dent Court lns. 45 Tau Epsilon 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 35 A Cappella 45 Current Events Club 45 Biology Club 3, 45 Music Appreciation Club 45 Empehi News Staff 3, 4. Clissold Ripon FOOTE, GROVER S. A.5 Social Comm. 3, 45 Clean Up Comm. 2, 3, 45 Financial Promotion Comm. 3, 45 Exterior Comm. 2, 3, 45 Interior Comm. 2, 3, 45 Football l, 25 Div. Room Officer l, 2, 35 Tau Epsilon l, 2, Clissold Illinois FORSYTHE, BEN S. A5 Div. Room Officer l5 Football l, Z, 3, 45 Emblem Club 3, 45 lnterior Comm. 35 S. B. I. 35 Hall Guard 3, 45 Or- chestra lg Flounders. Clissold Purdue FREDERICK, PAULA S. A5 A. Y. l...5 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 Bi- oloqv Club 2, 35 Interior Comm. 45 Flounders5 Div. Room Officer 35 Emblem Club: Student Ad- ministration 3, 4. Zion Illinois FULLER, DOROTHY S, A.5 Student Administration l, 2, 35 Glee Club l, 25 Div. Room Chairman l5 Business Rep. l. Shoop Fisk GAGE, FRED S. A.5 Marching Band l, 2, 35 Honor Guard 35 Fire Guard 45 Basketball l. Gardener Beloit GALLAGHER, ROBERT S. A.5 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 35 Pan American l, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 45 Wrestling 2, 45 Div. Room Ollie cer 2, 35 Hall Guard 2, 35 Stu- dent Administration l, 2, 3, 45 Interior Comm, 3, 45 Business Rep. 35 Flounders5 Baseball 4, Clissold Illinois GAY, IOSIE S. A.5 A. Y. L.5 Flounders5 Tau Epsilon 15 H, R. S. G. l5 Stu- dent Administration 45 Hall Guard l5 Youth Builders l. Gompers Roosevelt GAY, VINCENT S. A. Ferguson Central Undecided GEE, IOSEPH S. A.5 Red Cross Council 2, 3, 45 Flounders, Pres. l5 Football l, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Bas- ketball 45 Tau Epsilon 45 Stu- dent Court Iudqe 45 Emblem Club 3, 45 Div. Room Officer l, 2, 3, 45 Board ol Control l. Vanderpoel Annapolis GLASSER, NORENE S. A.5 Tau Epsilon l, 2,45 Pan American l, 2, 35 Emblem Club 3, 45 Interior Comm. 35 Student Administration l, 2, 3, 4. Mount Greenwood Valpariso GLOCKNER, WARREN S. A.5 Wrestling5 Track 2, 35 Tau Epsilon 3, 45 Div, Room Officer l. Sutherland Illinois 4477 GOSSWEIN. RUTH S. A.5 Tau Epsilon Z, 3, 45 Na- tional Honor 45 Emblem Club 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Empehi News Staff 3, 4, Exchange Ed. 45 Cflee Club 35 Ouilpen 25 Student Administration Z, 3, 45 Flounders5 Biology Club 2, 3. Zion Chicago Normal GRASSE, ANN S. A.5 Pan American l, 2, 35 H. B. S. G.5 Student Council l, 2, 35 Tau Epsilon l5 Clean Up Comm.5 Emblem Club. Barnard Monmouth GROVES. IAMES S. A.5 Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 45 lazz Band l, Z, 3, 45 Concert Orchestra 45 lns. Beg. Band l5 Marching Band l, 2, 3, 45 Current Events Club 45 Div. Room Officer 35 Pan American 35 A. Y. L. Vanderpoel I. I, T. GUELLE. ROBERT S. A.5 A. Y L.5 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 Football l, Z, 3, 45 Div. Boom Officer 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 45 Baseball 45 Emblem Club 3, 45 Elounders5 Athletic Guard 3, 45 Senior Class Pres. Sutherland Monmouth GUINEE, SHIRLEY S. A.5 H. R. S. G, 45 Biology Club 3, 45 A. Y. L.5 Student Ad- ministration. Van Vlissengen Wilson HAI-INE, NORMA S. A.5 H. R. S. G. 3, 45 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 Ouilpen 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 2, 3, 45 Student Administration 2, 3, 4. MountGreenwood Undecided 4485 HAMER, DOROTHY S. A.5 Student Administration 25 Ouilpen Z, 35 A, Y. L.5 Eloun- ders5 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4. Mount Greenwood Fox HANLEY. IAMES S. A.5 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 National Honor 45 Pan Ameri- can Club 2, 3, 45 Current Events Club 45 Ouilpen 2, 35 Student Council 45 Student Ad- ministration l, 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff, Business Mgr. 45 Div. Boom Chairman 45 Senior Class Treas. 4. Zion Illinois HARCUS. GLENN S. A.5 S. B. l. 3, 45 Chairman5 Exterior Comm. 3, 45 Football l, 2, 3, 45 Elounders5 Baseball l, 45 lnterior Comm. 3, 45 Em- blem Club 3, 45 Basketball 4. Vanderpoel Illinois HARTLEY. IAMES S. A.5 A. Y. L.5 Div. Boom Offi- cer 25 Student Administration 3. Clissold Illinois HAUS, DONA LEE S. A.5 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Student Ad- ministration Z, 3, 45 Biology Club 45 Ouilpen 25 Current Events Club 45 Div. Boom Of- ficer 45 National Honor5 Busi- ness Bep.5 Elounders. Zion Capitol HAYDEN. IANET S. A.5 Art Club 3, 45 Elounders. Mount Greenwood Ameri- can Academy ol Fine Arts HAYES, WILLIAM HAYFORD, IOAN S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, National Honor 4, Board of Control 3, 4, Pan American 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Clean Up Comm. 3, 4, Treas. 3, Sec'y 4, Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 4, Social Comm. 2, 3, 4, Financial Promotion Comm. 3, 4, A Cap- pella 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, Curtain Club 2, 3, 4. Clissold Denison HAYS, IOYCE S. A., Current Events Club 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Curtain Club 3, 4, Pan American 2, 3, 4, Floun- ders, H. R. S. G. 4, Public Re- lations Comm. 4, Ouilpen 2, 3, 4, Div. Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Empehi News Staff. Sutherland Illinois HEINDENRICH, EDITH S. A., Pan American l, 2, Quil- pen 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Curtain Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Clean Up Comm. 3, 4, Busi- ness Rep. l, 3, 4, Current Events Club 4, Glee Club l, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, H. R. S. G. 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4. Sutherland Grinnell HELLERMANN, CHARLOTTE S. A., Flounders, H. R. S. G, 3, Probation Comm. 4, Student Administration 2, 3, Art Club 4: A. Y. L. Mount Greenwood St. loseph School of Nursing HELMREICH, DONALD S. A., Biology Club, Pres. 4, Poster Comm. 4, Board of Con- trol 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Usher Force 4, Officers' Club 4, Eire Guard 3, 4, Div. Room Officer l, Picked Platoon 3, 4. Clissold Illinois HENDERSON, HAROLD S. A., V. E. S. B., Tau Epsilon, Pan American, Hall Guard. Shoop Wilson HERRMANN, PAUL S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4. Clissold Illinois Tech. HLAVACEK, ELIZABETH S. A., National Honor 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 3, Quilpen l, 2, Pan American 2, 3' Empehi News Staff 3, Emblem Club 4, Current Events Club 4, Flounders. Barnard Illinois HICKERSON, BARBARA S. A., H. R. S. G. 3: A. Y. L.: Elounders, Student Administra- tion 3, Div. Room Officer 2, 4. Vanderpoel Undecided HOLTZ, ROBERT S. A., A. Y. L., Hall Guard. Clissold Illinois HOOPER, WILLIAM S. A., Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 4, lazz Band 2, 3, 4, Photo Staff l, 2, Quilpen l, 2, Empehi News Staff 3, Orches- tra 3, Marching Band l, 2, 3, 4, A. Y. L. Vanderpoel Knox 4495 HOUSEMAN, BETSY A, A. Y. L., Bioloay Club l, Pan American l, Elounders. Kellofifi Columbia HOWARD, DOROTHY S. A., Elounders, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Pan American 3, Em- blem Club 3, 4, Current Events Club 4, Student Administration 2, Div. Boom Chairman l, ln-A terior Comm, 2. Sutherland Monticello HUNTER, SAVANNAH S. A.: A. Y. L., H. R. S. G. li Hall Guard, Div. Boom Officer l, Elounders. Shoop Dillard IACKSON, IACQUELINE S. A., Student Administration l, 2, 3, 4, Pan American l, 2, 3, 4, Bioloay Club 3, 4, Current Events Club 4, Music Appre- ciation Club 4, H. B. S. G. Shoop Olivert IACKSON. IIMMIE S. A., Glee Club l, 2, 3, A Cappella 4, Curtain Club 4, Biology Club 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 4, Current Events Club 4, Pan American 2, 3, 4, Music Appreciation Club 4, Div Boom Officer 3. Shoop IENNINGS, RUTH S A., Pan American l, 2, 3, Curtain Club, Treas. 3, 4, Post- er Comm. 3, Student Adminis' tration 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3, Div. Room Officer 3, Empehi News Staff 3, 4. Kellogg' SOP IOHNSON. IOYCE S. A- Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Student Administration 3, H. B. S. G. 4, Latin Club l, 2. Dixon, lll Eurolfa IOHNSON, THELMA KAMENSKE, CORINNE S. A., A. Y. L., Pan American 3, 4, Current Events Club 4, Elounders, Emblem Club, Art Club 3, 4, Student Administra- tion l, 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, Div. Room Officer l. Zion Undecided KINSELLA, EILEEN S. A., A. Y. L., Hall Guard 3, Student Administration 4. Vanderpoel Chicago Academy ot Fine Arts KLICKNER, HERBERT S. A., Baseball 4, Emblem Club 4, Div. Boom Officer 4. Farraaut Illinois ' KNUTH, MARILYN S. A., Student Administration l, 2, 3, 4, Elounders, A. Y. L. Mount Greenwood Fox KRAUSE, ARLENE S. A., A. Y. L., Student Admin- istration 3, Elounders, Tau Ep- silon l, Financial Promotion Comm. 3. Zion U. C, l,, A. i KREUTZER, GERALD S. A., A. Y. L., V. E. S, B., Hall Guard, Eire Guard, Ritle Team, Picked Platoon. Longwood M. P. 1, C. KRIMBILL, CAROLYN S. A., Quill and Scroll 4, Na- tional Honor 4, H. R. S, G. 3, 4, Quilpen, Pres. 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Public Relations Comm. 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Current Events Club 4, Empehi News Staff 3, 4, Student Council 3, Hyde Park Grinnell KUBIK, IULIE S. A., Chief Iustice, Executive Comm. 4, Board of Control 4, Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres 4, Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, Curtain Club 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Class Vice-Pres., National Honor 4. Esmond lowa Wesleyan KUCHAR, MARY LOU S. A., A. Y. L., Student Admin- istration l, 2, 3, 4, Current Events Club 4, Pan American 2, 3, Elounders, Quilpen l, 2: Tau Epsilon l, Z, 3, 4, Bioloay Club 3, Glee Club 2: Emblem Club 4. Sutherland Illinois KUESTER, KATHERINE S. A., Student Court Iudqe 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 4, Quilpen l, 2, 3: Cheerleader 3, 4, Pan Ameri- can 3, 4, Emblem Club 4, Stu- dent Administration 2, 3, 4: Probation Comm. Chairman 4. Mount Greenwood Latin American Institute KULVI, RUTH S. A., A. Y. L., Elounders, Stu- dent Administration l, 2, 3, 4. Mount Greenwood George Wiltliams LAIDLAW, WILLIAM S. A., Hall Guard. Mount Greenwood Undecided LARSON, IANE S. A., Pres. 4, Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 4, lnter-Class Council l, Quilpen 2, 3, 4, Pres 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Aedile, Empehi News Staff 3, Tau Ep- silon l, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 3, Student Court 4. Clissold Carlston LAWRENCE, ALICE S. A., A. Y. L,, Elounders, H. R. S. G. 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Aedile 3, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Student Administration l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Student Council l, Cur- rent Events Club 4. Clissold Iowa State LAYCOAX, NOLA S. A., A. Y, L., Student Admin- istration, Elounders, Art Club. Arbor Park Fox LEONHARDT, ROBERT S. A. Clissold M. P. l. C. 4515 LILL, PAUL S. A.: V. E. S. B. 2, 3: Picked Platoon 4, Fire Guard 4, Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Current Events Club 4, Usher Force 4. Cook Illinois LUCKOW. ALICE S. A., A. Y. L., H. R. S. G. 3: Senior Council, Art Club 3, Elounders, Tau Epsilon 3, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Div. Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council l, 3, 4. Clissold Cornell LUTTRELL, CHARLENA S. A., Pan American 3, 4, Stu- dent Administration 3, Hall Guard 4, Tau Epsilon 2, Div, Room Chairman 4. Holy Name ot Mary Wilson LYTLE, PEGGY S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Empehi Business Staff 4, H. R. S. G. 3, 4, Treas. 4, Con- cert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Concert Orchestra l, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Elounders, Student Council 2, 3, Student Administration 3, 4, A. Y, L. Clissold Albion MACKOVIAK. DONALD S. A., Wrestlina 2, 3, Emblem Club 4, Baseball 3, 4, Capt. 4, Interior Comm. 4. Clissold Illinois MARLOWE, ANN 4 52 D MARLOWE, EDWARD S. A., Football, Concert Band, Usher Force. Intermediate MARSH, PETER S. A., Div. Room Officer 3, Hall Guard 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, A. Y. L. Kellogg Northwestern MARTIN, WANDA S. A., Hall Guard l, 3, 4, A. Y. L. Shoop Fiske MASON. IOAN S. A., National Honor 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Cur- tain Club l, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 4: Board of Control 4, Ouilpen l, 2, 3, 4, Current Events Club, Sec'y 4, Social Comm. 4, Speakers' Bureau 4, Pan American l, 2, 3, 4, Public Re- lations Comm. 4. Sutherland Michigan State McALLISTER. EDNA S. A., A. Y. L., Empehi News Staff 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Quilpen 2, Biology Club 3, Hall Guard 2. Shoop University ot Chicago MCCOMBS. IAMES S. A. Shoop Undecided MEANY, PHILIP S. A., Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, Div. Room Oflicer 4, Tau Epsilon 4. Sutherland Northwestern MINK, GLORIA S. A., A. Y. L., Ouilpen 4, Art Club 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Flounders, Student Council 2, Div. Room Chairman 2, Cur- tain Club 2, Biology Club 3. Barnard Iowa Wesleyan MOORE, IAMES S. A., S. B. I. 3, Interior Comm. 3, Exterior Comm. 4, Div. Room Officer l, 2, Biology Club 3, 4, Quilpen 3. Vanderpoel Illinois MOORE, WILLIAM S. A., Ernpehi News Staff 3, 4, 4th Page Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Interior Comm. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Baseball 2, Student Council l. y Vanderpoel Pennsylvania Stale MORTHORST, IANET S. A., A. Y. L., Curtain Club l, 2, 3, 4, Pan American 2, 3, 4, Flounders, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Student Administration l, 3, 4, Div. Room Officer l, 2, 3, Emblem Club 4. St. Barnabas Illinois MURRAY, IOAN S. A., Tau Epsilon l, Student Administration l, Art Club. Burnside l.i. , ..,. NAVE, WILMA S. A., Hall Guard. Shoop Fisk NEWBERG, PAUL S, A., Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Administration 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 3, 4, Bioloav Club 3, 4, Current Events Club 4, Pan American 3, 4, Div. Room Offi- cer l. Hirsch Northwestern NEWKIRK, LEONARD S. A., A. Y. L., Football 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club, Div. Room Officer, Flounders, Baseball 4, Hall Guard. Mount Greenwood Wilson NIELSEN, BETTY IO S. A., Sec'y-Treas. 4, Emblem Club 3, 4, Sec'y 4, Cheerlead- ers l, 2, 3, Curtain Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Student Coun- cil 1, 4, Pan American 2, 3, 4, Executive Comm. 4, Tau Epsi- lon 3, 4, Board of Control 4, Student Court Iudge 4, Floun- ders. Sutherland Bradley NILS ON, BETTY LOU S. A., Quilpen l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Biology Club 2, 3, Curtain Club 2, 3, 4, Board of Control 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, H. R. S. G. 3. 4, Student Administration 3, 4, Current Events Club 4, Poster Comm. 4, A Cappella l, 2, 3, 4. Sutherland Grinnell NORGARD, DONALD S. A., V. E. S. B, l, 2, Biology Club 3, Hall Guard 2, 3, Stage Crew 4. Barnard Illinois 4535 OBRIECHT, LEO S, A.5 Baseball 2. Esmond OSCHATZ. IANET S. A.5 Quill and Scroll 45 Empehi News Staff 3, 45 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 Ouilpen 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Stu- dent Administration l, 2, 35 Current Events Club 45 H. R. S. G. 3, 45 A. Y. L.5 Keen Teen Rep. 45 Elounders. Sutherland Grinnell PARK, SUE S. A.5 National Honor 45 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 Div. Room Officer l, 2, 35 Quill and Scroll 45 Board of Control 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Pres. 45 Enipohi News Staff, 2nd Page Ed. 45 Student Court Clerk 45 Emblem Club 45 Auto Reaistration Chairman 4, Sutherland Purdue PEARCE, KENNETH S. A.5 Red Cross Council 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 Clean Up Comm. 2, 3, 4, Chairman 45 Social Comm, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y5 Tau Epsilon 35 Financial Promotion Comm. 2, 3, 4, Chairman 45 lnterior Comm. l, 3, 45 Exterior Comm. l, 3, 45 Div. Room Officer l, 2, 3. Sutherland Illinois PESCHEL. SUE S. A.5 Prom Comm. 45 Floun- ders5 Student Administration l, 25 Div. Room Officer l, 25 Cheerleader 2, St. Barnabas Little Company of Mary PHILIP. SYLVIA 4 S. A.5 Flounders5 H. R. S, G. 3, 45 Curtain Club 45 Pan Ameri- can 3, 45 Student Administra- tion 2, 3, 45 Div. Room Officer 2, 3, 45 A Cappella l, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club l, 25 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 31 A. Y. L. Esmond Undecided 545 PHILLIPS, BARTON S. A.5 Concert Band5 S. B, l.5 Smokina Comm. M. P, M,A. l,l. T. PIERSON. MAUD S. A.5 Curtain Club 25 V. E. S. B. 25 l:lounders5 Business Staff 35 Business Rep. 25 Div. Room Chairman l5 Hall Guard 45 Student Council. Seymour Whittier Nursina School PILDITCH, WALTER S. A.5 V. E. S, B. l, 2, 3, 45 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 A Cappella 3, 45 Student Administration 3, 45 National Honor 45 Lunch- room Comm. 45 Current Events Club 4. Vanderpoel Wilson PILZ. ALBERT S. A.5 Biology Club 35 V. E. S. B. l, 25 Stage Crew 45 Picked Platoon 2, 3, 45 Usher Force 2, 3, 45 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 45 Pan American 2, 35 Offi- cers Club 3, 4, Pres. 45 Board of Control 45 Fire Guard 2, 3, 4. Barnard Purdue POLACEK, ELAINE S. A.5 National Honor 45 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 H. R. S. G. 3: Pan American 2, 3, 45 A. Y. L,5 Majorette 2, 3, 45 Hall Guard 35 Student Administration 45 Elounders. Clissold Latin American Institute PROVANCHA, NANCY S. A.5 Art Club 2: Biology Club 35 Flounders5 Pan American 45 A Cappella 45 Hall Guard 2, 35 Emblem Club 45 Student Ad- ministration 3, 45 Empehi News Staff 35 lnterior Comm. 3, Clissold M. P. I. C. QUARRELL. BETTY S. A., Emblem Club 3, 4. Mount Greenwood Undecided REINER, FLOYD S. A., Hall Guard. St. Rita Vlfilson RICHIE, MARY LOU S. A., Quilpen l, 2, Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 3, 4, National Honor 4, Pan American 2, 3, 4, Empehi News Staff 3, Emblem Club 4, Elounders, A. Y. L., Student .Administration l, 2, 3, 4, Div, Room Officer. Clissold Cornell RICHMOND. DOROTHY S. A., Hall Guard l. Shoop Wilson RIETMAN, DARVAIA S. A., A. Y. L., Art Club 4, Quilpen 4, Div. Room Officer 2, Biology Club 3, Curtain Club Z, Elounclers. Barnard MacMurray RIGGS. LEO S. A., A. Y. L., Tau Epsilon 4: Wrestling Team l, Baseball 2, Student Administration l, 33 Hall Guard 4, Empehi News Stall 3, Beg. Band l. Esmond University of Iowa ROBBINS, DONALD S. A., Track. Snoop Wilson ROLL, LEROY S. A., Wrestling. Barnard Undecided ROSAVES, THOMAS S. A., V. E. S. B. l, 2, 3, 4, Pan American 3, Iazz Band 3, 4, Marching Band l, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4. St. Cajetan illinois SACHTLEBEN, DORIS S. A., Flounders, Student Ad- ministration 3, 4, A. Y. L., Em- blem Club 2, 3, 4. Vanderpoel William Woods SANDAKER, SHIRLEY S. A., Tau Epsilon 3, 4, H. R. S. G. 3, 4, Emblem Club 4, Empehi News Staff 3, A. Y. L., Student Administration 2, 3, 4, Flounders. Mount Vernon Fox SCHAFFER, EDWARD S. A., Curtain Club 4, Football 3, 4, Div. Room Chairman 3, A Cappella 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Emblem Club 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Intra. Sports. Austin Undecided 4555 SCHERER, MARILYN S. A., A. Y. L., Quilpen l, 2, 3, Tau Epsilon 3, Div, Boom Chairman 4, Student Council 3, 4, Lunchroom Comm. 3, 4, Chairman 4. Barnard Monmouth SCHMA, PETER S. A., Student Administration 3, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Div. Room Officer 3, Board of Control 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Cur- rent Events Club 4. St. Augustine Wabash SCHROEDER, RUSSELL S. A., Football l, 2, 3, 4, Ex- terior Comm. 3, Div. Room Of- ficer 2, 3, Baseball 4, Interior Comm. 2, Emblem Club 3, 4: Track 2, 3, Student Council 2, 3, Elounders. Mount Greenwood Northwestern SEELS, KATHERINE S. A., A. Y. L., Elounders, Student Administration l, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 3, National Honor 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Div. Boom Officer l, 4. Vanderpoel Grinnell SEYDEL. IEAN S. A., A. Y. L., Pan American 2, 3, Hall Guard 2, Empehi News Staff. Mount Green wood SEYDEL, MAY S. A., H. R. S. G. 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 4, Stu- dent Administration 3, 4, Pan American 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, A Cappella 3, Quilpen 2, 3. Mount Greenwood Undecided 4565 SHISSLER, FRANCES S. A., Pan American 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, 4, B. H. S. G. 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 4, Board of Control 4: 4 Business Staff 2, 3, 4, Mgr. J Tau Epsilon l, Z, 3 4, National Honor 4, Elounders, Ouilpen l, 2, 3, 4, A. Y. L., Student Ad- ministration 3, 4. Sutherland Northwestern SIBLEY, ELEANOR S. A., A, Y. L., H. R. S. G. 3, Elounders, Biology Club 3, Beg. Band l, 3, 4. Sutherland Eureclca SIMESTER, RICHARD S. A., Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Em- blem Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 4, A. Y. L., Base- ball 4, Annual Staff 4, Floun- ders: Student Administration- Athletic Guard 3, 4. Clissold Grinnell SINGER, TOM S. A., 2nd Vice-Pres. 4, Pan American 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Board of Control 3, 4, Executive Comm. 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, National Honor 4, Social Comm, Chairman 4, Red Cross Council 3, 4, Student Adminis- tration 2, Poster Comm. 4. St. Cajetan Illinois SMITH, WAYNE S, A., Basketball 3, Exterior Comm, 2, Interior Comm, 2, Hall Guard l, 4. Shoop Iohn Marshall SNYDER, NANCY S. A., Pan American 2, Cur- rent Events Club 4, Pres. 4, Board of Control 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Orchestra 2, 3, Ouilpen l, 2, Poster Comm. 3, Marching Band Z, 3, 4, Empehi News Staff 4, Flounders. Vanderpoel Iowa State SODERWALL. LOIS S. A., Student Administration 3, 4, Pan American l, Current Events Club 4, A.Y.L,, Eloun- ders, Tau Epsilon 4, Hall Guard 4, Financial Promotion Comm. Clissold U. C. L. A. SOMMERFELD, ROBERT S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, National Honor, Treas. 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Aedile 3, 4, Quil- pen l, 2, 3, Business Rep. 4, Probation Comm. 2, Student Administration l Z, 3, 4, Con- cert Band 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Flounders. Sutherland Purdue STEGER, KENNETH S. A., A. Y. L., Hall Guard 3. Mount Greenwood Undecided SUHR. LENORE S. A., A. Y. L., Flounders, Student Administration. Nazareth Lutheran SULLIVAN, EDNA S. A., Student Administration 3, Hall Guard 4, Flounders, A. Y. L. Mount Greenwood Wilson SWATKOWSKL THOMAS Vanderpoel Wilson SWEARINGEN, CHARLES S. A., Football Z, Baseball Mgr. 4, Pan American 4, Div. Room Otticer 2, 4, Student Council 2, 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Probation Comm. 4, Exterior Comm. 3, 4, Cook Illinois SWIFT, NORMAN S. A., Concert Band l, Z, 3, 4, Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 3, Div. Room Officer lp Marching Band l, 2, 3, 4, A. Y, L., Pan Ameri- can 2, Empehi News Staff, Photo Ed. 4. Kellogg Purdue TATE. CLARENCE S. A. Shoop Undecided THILMONT, IAMES S, A., Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard l, 2, lazz Band l, 2, 3, 4, Fire Guard 3, Usher Force l, 2, 3. St. Barnabas Navy TILLMAN. ELOISE S. A., A. Y. L., H. R, S. G. l, 2: Hall Guard l, Student Admin- istration l, Flounders, Biology Club. Shoop Dillard TRAVIS. ALICE S. A., A. Y. L., Elounders, Student Administration 2, 3, 4, Majorette l, 2, 3, 4, Quilpen Z. Clissold Undecided 4575 TREDWELL. CAROLYN S. A., Empehi News Staff 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Quilpen 2, 3, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, National Honor 4, Board of Control 4, Executive Comm. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Emblem Club 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4. Vanderpoel Albion TURNEY, WILLIAM S. A., Social Comm. 3, 4, Clean Up Comm. 4, Exterior Comm. 4, Financial Promotion Comm. 4, Hall Guard 2, 3: Div, Room Chairman l, 2, Tau Epsilon 4, lnterior Comm. 4, Business Rep. 3. Horace Mann Illinois VASSER, GERALD S. A., Fire Guard, Usher Force. Shoop Wilson VOLKMAN, FRED S. A., Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Current Events Club 4, Wres- tling 3, Curtain Club 4, Con- cert Band 3. Kellogg Michigan State VOSSMEYER. WILLIAM S. A., Tau Epsilon 2, Beg. Band l, 2, Concert Band 3, 4, March- ing Band 3, 4, Fire Guard 3, Pan American Z, Hall Guard 2, Usher Force 3. Clissold Indiana WAHLS. PHILIP S. A., Football 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 3, 4, Concert Band l, 2, 3, Pres. 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Div. Room Officer, V. E. S. B. l, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Board of Control 4, Flounders, As- sembly Comm. 2, 3, 4. Vanderpoel Northwestern 4553? WALTER, THERESE S. A., Flounders, H, R. S. G. 3, Hall Guard Z, 3, Student Ad- ministration 2, 3, Interior Comm. 3, A. Y. L. Mount Greenwood St. Iosopli School ot Nursino' WEIH, BETTY S. A., A. Y. L., H. Ft. S. G. 3, 4, Flounders, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Student Administration 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 4. Fort Dearborn Iowa State WENDT. PHOEBE S. A., Flounders, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Quilpen 3, 4: Biology Club 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, 3: A Cappella 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, National Honor, Emblem Club, H. R. S. G. 3, 4. Barnard Cornell WILLIAMS, DOROTHY S. A., Student Administration, Pan American. Shoop Undecided WILLIAMS. I EANINE S. A., H. H. S. G. 3: Student Administration 3, 41 Quilpen 3, 4, Bioloqy Club 4, Art Club 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, Current Events Club 4, A Cappella 4. Roosevelt Lawrence WILLIAMS. MARION S. A. Shoop Fisk WILSON. IEANNE S. A., Flounders, A. Y. L., Stu- dent Administration 4, Student Council l, 4, Curtain Club 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 45 Pan American 4, Cheerleader 3. Clissold Monmouth WILSON. RUTH S. A., Annual Staff, Editor-in- Chief 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, National Honor 4, Executive Comm. 4, Board of Control 4, Empehi News Staff 3, 4, 3rd Paqe Ast. Ed. 3, Student Court ludge 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Quilpen l, 2, 3, 4, Sec'v 3, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Aedile 3. Sutherland De Pauw WILSON, VIRGINIA S. A., S. B. I., Curtain Club 3, Pan American 2, Public Rela- tions Comm. 4, Tau Epsilon l, 4, Ernpehi News Staff 3, 4, Ex- terior Comm., H. R. S. G. 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Current Events Club 4. Kellogg WINTER. IOHN S. A., Art Club 4, Current Events Club 4, Pan American 4. Buffalo, N. Y. Northwestern WORTHAM, CORENE S, A., Elounders, Hall Guard, Student Administration, H. R. S. G. Shoop Peters ZASTROW. MARILYN S. A., Annual Statt, Art. Ed. 4? Empehi News Staff, Publicity Mgr. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4, Music Appreciation Club 4, Student Administration 4, Public Relations Comm. 4: H. R. S. G. 4, Business Staff 4, Current Events Club 4. Mattoon New Yorlc U. University ot Colorado CLI'l'LQl"Ll glad 5 . o . 512 I"lfl,Cl,I'y DERKOVITS, GERHART Mc GREW. HENRY S. A., Band 2, Hall Guard I. S. A., S. B. I., A. Y. l..., Tau Hirsch Undecided Epsilon, Shop Foreman, In- terior Comm. 2, 3, 4, Exterior Comm. Z, 3, 4, Hall Guard l, 2, 3, 4. Shoop U, C. L. A. THOMPSON, WILLIAM IEUTTER ERNEST s. A., Hall Guard 1, student S. A., S. B. I., Interior Comm. 3, 4, Exterior Comm. 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club, Football 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, 3, 4, Student Ad- ministration l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4. . Sutherland M. P. l. C. Administration 3, A. Y. L., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Div. Room Of- ficer l, Picked Platoon 3, Officers' Club 4, Rifle Team, Capt. 4, Fire Guard, Floor Capt. 3, Outside Capt. 4. Clissold 4595 6ll'I'lQl"6l gina CARROLL, ROY S, A.5 Track5 lnterior Comm.5 Exterior Comm.5 Basketball5 Swimming, Wrestlina. Shoop U. C. L. A. DANIELS, FLOYD S. A.5 Football l, 2, 3, 45 Ern- blem Club l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 45 S. B. I. 3, 45 Student Court Iudge 45 Hall Guard l, 25 Interior Comm. 35 Exterior Comm. 2, 35 Wrestling 15 Smoking Comm. Shoop Undecided EDMONDSON, ALBERTA S, A.5 Hall Guard, Student Administration. St. Elizabeth Fisk EVANS, ELMA S. A.5 Student Administration, Hall Guardp Swimming, Kenwood FISHBACK, PHILIP S. A.5 S. B. l5 Hall Guard 4: Div. Room Officer. St. Cajetan FLETCHER, KENNETH S. A.5 Concert Orchestra. Vice- Pres. 3, 45 Usher Force l, Hall Guard 25 V. E. S, B. Mount Greenwood Undecided 4605 M118 HALFORD. THOMAS S. A.5 Hall Guard. St. Cajetan Illinois HOFFMAN. IOY S. A.5 Curtain Club l, 2, 3, 45 Flounders5 Biology Club 3, 45 A. Y. L.5 Business Staff 2, 35 H. R. S. G. 3, 4. Kellogg IACKSON, RONALD S. A.5 A. Y. L.5 Hall Guard l, 45 Fire Guard 45 R, O. T. C, 3. Shoop Wilson KETCHAM, DONALD S. A.5 S, B. l.5 Football, Wres- tlingg Emblem Club5 Exterior Comm.5 Interior Comm.5 Stu- dent Court Iudge 4. Esmond KIRCHHARDT, IUNE S. A. Mount Greenwood Undecided KRUEGER, DANIEL S. A.5 Baseball l, 2. Esmond Michigan State MQCLEAN, MYRNA S. A. Calumet Wilson 6 0 I 0 NILSON, ANN S. A.5 Pan American l, Z5 Cur- tain Clubg A. Y. L.5 H. R. S. G, 2, 3. POLK, ROBERT S. A.5 Concert Band, lazz Band5 Clean Up Comm.5 Snow- ball Comm.5 Interior Comm.5 Div. Room Officer. Army and Navy Academy Beloit PRYOR, EDWARD S. A. Shoop Wilson QUINN, ELINOR S. A.5 H. R. S. G, 3, 45 Floun- ders5 Tau Epsilon 45 Student Administratiom A. Y. L. Zion De Paul SCHIMKA, HELEN S. A.5 Bowling Club5 Biology Club5 49 Club. Main Township Undecided THOMAS, WALTER S. A.5 Student Administration lg Fire Guard 2, 3, 45 Usher Force l, 2, 3, 45 Assembly Guard l, 25 Picked Platoon 25 Picked Drill Squad 2, 3, 45 R O. T. C. Staff 45 Color Guard 2, 3, Officer 45 Supply Officer 4: Esmond Wilson IANUABY Audrey White .... Bob Bempert ..... Ioan Holly ..... Phil Harrison ..... lackie Sabel ..... Bob Bempert ....... Olga Wernintski ..... larvey White .... Sue Iones ...... of jam? . . . .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. . . . Bob Bempert ........... .... B est Boy Dancer .... Nancy Dawson-Smith ....... Most Studious Girl. . . Eugene Ryzm ........ Mary Kreklow ..... Curtis Brannom .... Sue lones ...... Edgar Chapel .... . . . Beverly Baldwin ....... larvey White .......... Audrey White .... . Fred Young .... Bae Hafner .... . . . .Most Studious Boy. . . . . . .Most Bashful Girl. . . . . . . .Most Bashful Boy. . . . . . . .Most Athletic Girl. . . . . . . . . .Most Athletic Boy... . IUNE . . . .lane Larson . . . .Tom Singer . . . .Buth Iennings . , . . . . .Bill Turney . . . . .Iinny Wilson . . . . . .Don Beeson . . . . Marilyn Domke . . . .Don Ketcham . . . Carolyn Krimbill . . . . . .Grover Foote . . .Carolyn Tredwell Robert Sommeriield ... . . .Ruth Drews , . . . .Walter Pilditch . . . . .Betty Io Nielsen .........loe Gee Girl with Best Sense of Humor ,....... Nancy Snyder Boy with Best Sense of Humor ......... Dick Simester . . . . .Most Dignitied Girl. . . . . . . . . . .Darvaia Beitman . . . .Most Dignified Boy. . . . . . . . .Don Helmreich .....Hungriest Girl. , . .. . . . . .Nancy Snyder Bob Gach .................... Hungriest Boy ................ Glenn Harcus Norma Sue Stier-Fred Young, . Best Couple ....... Ann Grasse-Bob Guelle Mary Ann Ulinski ............... Cutest Girl ................... Betty Downs 4515 QQ? Yi' an .2 2' U 1 X1 X25 , O W -:. f '-., ,T- A BOARD OF CONTROL Q Q' in 1, , x 1 K A "lu-eq... 2 ' f 'ga X , ? , X W1 M' , "W V' . f , , h , of , , , , , S,,,'lMi f . 'W ' ' . A 'A ,.H'ff2T Al - 253 ff, . ...M 1 ' ' o ff " ...af . -ef ff' K ,, ' , , .1 ' - nf ly ...W 'J mf 'A . H K fx y Q.. ,. zl- ., - - A . . , . , , - A Q 4, 5 A - , A, ,. L - ..,,W, , ,4 , - ,, YA ' V -N Q ...KJ rn I . , f ,, W .N . Q A Q ,'iywV5,'.,2f ,kgwf'?J.Z, ' A , , M 'wwf M, 5: .W f 5-T of pf' ' ff' ' ' , 'MA 5 4 .7,.,?A. ,Fr t XR im., 3 , . .. .rs 1' 2 L' 5'2?'fS AFX .. l. mf. ,' . 'i 'www' . 6834 ,vfgv jj ' ,. ,,,,M,,.M , .f1Q..lg.-f Q' l 'gf 'X BOARD OF CONTROL Row 1: Van Dyke. Kubik. Stier. Miles. Melill. Snyder. Cassidy. Bohmcm. Hayiord. Row 2: Sobel. Larson. Baldwin. Colo. Fry. Tredwell. Wilson, Shisnler. Chisholm. Pearcef Downs. Row 3: Ryrm. Nilsen. Shoemaker. Schma. Reilly. Roberts. Bond. Rempert. Tumey. Iohnsou. Greenwood. Helmreich. Bland. Nielsen. Hoch. 'V 41' .tt Y ! Seated: Nielsen. Greenwood, Tredwell, Kubik, Singer, Downs Standing: Wilson, Larson, Chisholm. Sfwlmf Aziociafion . . . by lane Larson The Student Association has taken great strides this year at Empehi toward giving the students the kind of government they want. Climaxina the features offered to members through the year is the Empehi annual. Weekly issues of the Empehi News, dances, after-school movies, special assemblies, and All-Sports night have all been sponsored by the Student Association. Our four dances were the Eootball Turnabout, in Cctober, the Snow Shuffle. in December, the Spring dance, in April, and the Election dance in lune. We have had a fine turnout for these dances and are happy to see the freshmen taking such an active part in their S. A. On the movie list for the year we have featured Laura, The Rains Came, Home in lndiana, and lunior Miss. Mr. Melnick has made it possible for the S. A. to present several special assemblies. S. A. members par- ticularlv enioved the House of Magic, produced by the General Electric Company, the ping-pong tournament, and an informative proaram about natures wonders. The ES. A. also sponsored Variety Time, a talent show pre- sented bv the lazz Band. Heading this years program is the Executive commit- tee composed of the six S. A. officers and three appointed officers. The S. A. officers were as follows: lane Larson, president, Skip Greenwood, lst vice-president, Tom Singer, 2nd vice-president, Betty lo Nielsen, secretary- treasurer, lulie liubik, chief-justice, and King Chisholm, athletic commissioner. Other members of the Executive committee were: Carolyn Tredwell, editor-in-chief of the Empehi News, Ruth Wilson, editor-in-chief of the l949 Empehi, and Betty Downs, chairman of the Public Rela- tions committee. The Student Court nfver Clgriisges lout Cl'lCif"'1'!OY9 to 'flif :YL bio so Cheri:- ' oi o' oiteriotefs lime eoiirt 's feimnosf-it oi iirf 2121 :es :fee ci '.'.':1o1'51 'Tit is fhfiirmen ot the lriterior-l'f:fiterior "oi':'i'ttee S li l 'vid lifokrftioii 'if31iit':ittf1e ftt ent The Stigcletit Collrt i'oi.:t,iitees irnve Li-eri 'or' :'e1fQ'.' fff-Qfei' ffVQ7Q-Ci tg ff foor lvl: tree Chief justice little Kiibik The- litorior find Hits-r1or f'OTTlffllllQf'S eoziibiied gieler oie i:ELezir't,3,i Size '.'feff'Jef Alle Smoexit Bzlreii, oi 2 irivesti.,iot1on, xvtiieli hos 'ls its piirrwose the tgrotectiori of stitderit eroriertjx, Oulnf eiireeted ftifreol Sfiith. The Chee? of tfze Frobiztoi "o1T,f'i1ttee LS to bel? 'hose broufilit betore the Court in ony Woj: ioossib o 1 lc, the fttioiriiion ot the :rolootioi Committee ',',' os Kotiizyn Kuester The St ,oeit Court also seohsore the Student Exftiiorifgze '.'.'hich sells seheol siitzplins to the students ot cut prices The other court iudoes for this ycor '.-.' ere Doiefld Kfeteliori sid Trever Roberts of the Boys Emblem Ctubg Betty Downs, of tfie Puloiic Relotioris com- mittee- Sue Pork, Clerk: and l'jlOl.'d Doriiels boilitl COURT Row One: Kuester, Smith, Kubik, Park, Daniels. Row Two: Weaver, Downs. EXTERIOR INTERIOR Row One: Frederick, Desch, Fleming, Cain, Weaver. Row Two: Dillon, Ieutter, Hoppe, Feely, Ferguson. S. B. I. Row One: Colombel. Wildan, Campbell, Smith. Row Two: Sieffaneli, Beard, Ieutier, Desch, Wahls, Daniels, Harcus. EXCHANGE Row One: Coaley, Iankainski, Broc, Carlson, Wolter, Mr. Calkins. PROBATION Row One: White, Kuester. Schroeder, DeBus. Row Z: Hellerman, Swearingen, Hay- ford. Row One: Murphy, Thompson. Lampadius. Feld. Nielson, Mr. Lorentz, Larson, Wilson. Boyle, Teuscher, Ferrante, Blacksher. Luckow. Row Two: Deagan, Grasse, Giberson. Ault, Iohn- son, Wood, Paulson, Flesher, Kemmler, Stanley, Tremewen, Stroud, Parson, O'Halloran. Lacey, Story, McFadden. Row Three: Summers, Whitnell, Lut- trell. Haas, Cresap, Frentz. Hanley, Iohnson, Zoelick. Strickland, Icxcques. Archibald, Terokes, Brattleat. Giberson, Van Dyne, Sherer. 4655 ,gr .gpfualenf Counci . . . . Commiffeefi The Student Association has planned and executed a balanced program ol social activities, assemblies, and public relations with the aid ot the S. A. committees. lane Larson, as president ot the S. A., reorganized the Student Council and planned a program which called tor more active student participation. Educational and entertaining assemblies were scheduled and approved by the Assembly committee which was headed by Skip Greenwood, and advised by Miss Marion Castle. The job ot the Poster committee was to publicize all of the S. A. activities. lulie Andruska served as head of the committee. FinancialfPromotion committee chairman, Kenneth Pearce, organized a small group to boost the S. A.. by newspaper publicity and by speeches in divisions. He was aided by Mr. Curtis C. Melnick, S. A. dances, movies and All-Sports night were planned and sponsored by the Social committee led by Tom Singer, second vice-president ot the S. A., and Mrs Helen Corcoran. The Public Relation committee co-operated with the school's project ot in- terpreting the school to the community by organizing a speakers bureau to talk to various community groups, and by making calls on the neighbors to receive their suggestions or complaints on conditions existing at Morgan Park high school. Mr. Lorentz sponsored the committee and the chairman was Betty Downs. CLEAN UP Row One: Cain, Miss Gault, Pearce, Hayford, Heidenrich. Row Two: Condon. Weaver, Tur- ney, White, Bain, Foote. SOCIAL Row One: Mason, Hayiord, Singer, Mrs. Corcor- an, Pearce. Row Two: Turney, Andruska, Foote, White, Cain. ASSEMBLY Row One: Downs, Miss Walters, Greenwood, Fry, Wahls. Row Two: Mrs. Nesbii, Mr. Lorentz Crider. Loving, Lill, Fitzpatrick, Mr. Dubyk. FINANCIAL PROMOTION Row One: Hayford, Turney, Foote, Downs, Clu- verius, Pearce. POSTER Row One: Melill, Cluverius, Andruska, Mason Hill, Boden, Condon. Row Two: Brown, Singer, Nilson, Helmreich, Desch, Funkhouser, Cain, Iennings, Mrs. Corcoran. PUBLIC RELATIONS Row One: Zastrow, Haylord, Downs, Mason Lyons, Owen. Row Two: Phillips, R. Wilson Krimhill, Rempert, Dyclcman, V. Wilson, Mitchell A ff!! ,ASKK O0 MQJUBO iv 9 ax ,M ,EA xii .,. kc e , V 1 1 ' x i tx fi .. Ia - ,, QF Q I 'QQ Q f . 5 x S In 'H Tk' x'k's ' lf " -rg, 1 - e f wg., 5 si psi x A 5' QF 5 H bf' 5? ist! L mt-- pudficafiond . , , Row One: Zastrow, Mr. Mel- nick, Wilson, Mrs. Collins, Downs, Row Two: Putzler, Shoemaker, Simester, Hanley, Cole, Tharp. Wilson, Ruth Wilson, Putzler, Downs, Zastrow Underhill, Baldwin, Hobson, Tredwell, Rempert, Droege. Tredwell, Carolyn Row One: Scherer, Krimbill, Condon, Park, Reilly, Moore, Emshoff, Cole, Andrews. Row Two: Bainbridge, Snyder, Me- lill, Gosswein, Slier, Sandaker, Akridge, Fitzpatrick, Bennett. How Three: Beeby, Miles, Zasirow, Dawson-Smith, Shoemaker, Leverty, Oschatz, Spiers, Fleming. ILFLLLCL The staff hopes that the students will enjoy the 1949 Empehi. The theme of this annual is the interpreting of the school to the community by presenting a complete picture of school life at Morgan Park High School. ln depicting the graphic story of the school, the tradition of division and faculty pictures has been revived. Four color pages, a new type of cover, better paper, many more pictures, and five extra pages were added to make the l949 Empehi a better yearbook. The staff would like to express appreciation for the help of Mrs. Henrietta Collins, faculty advisor, Mr. Curtis Melnick, advisor to the business staff, Mr. Koenig of Campus Service, publishers, Mr. Hanson, photographer. 4 Staff positions were held by: Ruth Wilson, editor-in-chief, Betty Downs, literary editor, Kathryn Tharp, junior editor, Dick Simester, sports editor, Marilyn Zastrow, art editor, Richard Putzler, john Shoemaker, john Cole, photographic editors, and james Hanley, business manager. mine i Wewfi The aim of the Empehi News staff is to bring news of school doings to the school and the community. The staff is organized around page editors, who plan the material for the pages and assign stories to the reporters. When all the articles are assembled, the editors arrange the pages and write the headlines. Mrs. Florence F. Bier came to Morgan Park in the spring of 1948 and assumed sponsorship of the newspaper, which had been without a sponsor for almost a semester. For the fall semester the editors are as follows: Editor-in-chief, Carolyn Tredwell, first page, Iudy Hobson, assistant, lack Reilly, second page, Bennett Underhill, assistant, Marjorie Emshoff, third page, Mary Droege, assistant, Sue Park, fourth page, Bob Bempert, assistant, Bill Moore, literary editor, Beverly Baldwin, exchange editor, Ruth Gosswein, photographic editor, john Cole, staff photographer, john Shoe- maker, head proof and copy reader. Carolyn Krimbill. 4697 Qu igaen To promote interest in writing and to encourage the literary ability ot talented students are the aims ot Quilpen, Empehi's creative writing club. Miss Walsh has talfen over the sponsorship ot the club, upon the resignation ot Miss Mangan, who had been the sponsor tor ten years. Membership in the club is open to all students who maintain an E average in English, who are recommended by at least three English teachers, and who submit a written theme which is accepted by a committee ot judges chosen from the club. ln order to remain a member ot the club three written contributions a semester must be accepted by the sponsor. Creative writing contests are held at the meetings tor members, and the writer ot the best entry is awarded a dollar prize. The annual Halloween bow sale was held again this year to raise money for the public address system tund. Quilpen Corner in the Empehi News is reserved tor contribu- tions trom the club. Officers tor this year include Betty Lou Nilson, as president: William Vaughn, as vice-president, Dorothy Boden, as secretary, and lane Akers, as the treasurer. Miss Walsh, Akers, Nilson, Boden, Vaughn. How One: Iohnson, Scherer, Hendricks, Akers, Whitmer, Hays, Heidenrich, Hart. Row Two: Van Dyke, Biork, Becxty, Zobac, Boden, Siier, Cremieux, Park, Emshoff. Row Three: Stier, Rietman, Mink, Droege, Vaughn. Williams, Baldwin, Wilson, Thompson, Durst. Row One: Krimbill, Oschaiz, Akridge. Shrock, Desch, Larson, Mason, Quist. Row Two: Beard, Haas, Bradley, R. Wil- son, Tredwell, D. Wilson, Shiss- ler, Shaw, Miss Walsh. Row Three: Nilson,Hahne,Leitsome, Leverly, Viall, Kinzie, Harper, Lawrence, Pardue. , Qui ana! Scroff. . . ufnnefsa Siu! . . . To become a member of Quill and Scroll a student must have one semes- ter ol journalism with a linal arade ot E or S, must rank in the upper third ot his class, have sixtyetive inches ot strina, and have a teachers reterence. These same requirements hold true tor members ot the business statt except they must have sixty-live inches ot ads. The tall semester otticersi president, Beverly Baldwin, vicefpresident, ludy rlobson, and secretary-treasurer, Mary Droeae, received helpful auidance from their faculty sponsor, Mrs. Florence F Bier. The purpose ot the Business statt is to obtain ads for the newspaper and to distribute the papers on publication days. lt is the duty ot the salesmen to visit the local merchants and solicit their patronage. The Business statl is the backbone ot the Empehi News, for Without these ads the newspaper would have to be tinanced entirely by the Student Association. The otlicers ot the business stall tor the year N48 Were: Frances Shissler, manager, Dolores Ferguson, secretary-treasurerf and Barbara Condon, copyvreader. Row One: V. Wilson, Droege Baldwin, Hobson, Reilly. Row Two: Downs, Emshoff, Tred well, R. Wilson. Dawson-Smith Rempert, Underhill. Larson. Hobson, Baldwin, Droege. Row One: Condon, Mr. Mel nick, Shissler, Ferguson. Row Two: Viall, Purdue, Cluverius Bennett, Fitzpatrick, Park, Bo den, Fleming, Lytle. 4715 pea! Crofifi ounci , , , Empehis lunior Red Cross Council was organized by Mrs. Harriet Brown in l942. The council is an honorary group which limits its membership to active members of the sophomore, junior, and senior classes. As a junior organization of the American Red Cross, the club participates in the activities of the larger group, and carries on other charitable projects. The annual Red Cross collection was conducted by all of the members, under the leadership of Caryn Carlson. Christmas contributions Were also taken to buy gifts for Wounded veterans still in hospitals. ln order to keep in contact with the other junior Red Cross councils in Chicago the members alternate in attending the city-Wide meetings at the Y. M. C. A. Officers elected for the fall semester Were: Bob Rempert, president, Caryn Carlson, vice-president, Audrey White, secretary, and Tom Dykeman, treas- urer. Row One: Ulinski. Carlson. Gee. Singer. Pearce, Smith. Baker. Row Two: Downs. White. Dykeman. Mrs. Brown. Rempert Iohnson. Larson. Golley. Wheeler. Dyslin, Carlson. Worth. lVlcDade. Christie. Hcxyiord. Phillips. Row One: Campbell, Oschatz, Heidenrich, Weaver, Sahel, Shissler, Bainbridge, Quist, Scmdaker. Row Two: Andruskc, Ardery, Philp, Guinee, Loch, Stev- ens, Spiers, Mason, Morris, Baker. Row Three: Seydel, Wilson, DeBus, Zimpel, Dawson-Smith, L. Kinzie, B. Kinzie, Funkhouser, Nilson, Hahne, Lettsome, Giberson, Zastrow. Row One: Dykeman, Tillman, Grigsby, Dunnett Mrs. Stanek, Bovee, Weir, Stefcmelli. Row Two MacFarlane, Thorp, Burke, Murdock, Wendt, Grcxsse Polucek, Whitmer, Hays. Row Three: Condon, Ma hon. Bell, Lvtle, Droege, Iones, Lawrence, Holmquist O'Connor, Boden, Park, Krimbill. The Human Relations Service Guild was organized in the fall ot l939 for the purpose of assisting in charity drives and other service projects. Upper classmen who are interested in charity Work, are members ol the S. A., and have maintained a "G" average, are eligible tor membership. The principal collections during the tall semester included the School Childrens Aid Society, the Community Fund, Christmas Seals, and the March of Dimes. l-l. R. S. Cr., in collaboration with Tau Epsilon and Latin Club. sponsored a movie at the Beverly theatre. Proceeds were donated to the school lor the pulolic address system tund. H. R. S. G. was under the guidance and leadership ot its sponsor, Mrs. Stanelc, and the otticers: lacgueline Sahel, president, Edith l-leidenrich, vice- president, Frances Shissler, secretary, and Sue Weaver, treasurer. 4735 ofafin CLA Sodolites lsotino, orgonized in l93U ior the purpose ot turtherinq interest in Romorn lite ond longuooe, extends membership to those who hove Com- pleted three semesters ot lotin. Projects were oroonized this veor to roise money tor the Robert locobs inernoriol fund. Robert locobs, C1 tormer oiticer ot the Lotin club, Wos killed in World Worr ll, ond the tund vios estoblished tor the purpose ot sending underprivileged Children to Comp. The monev lor this tund Wos roised by o movie ond on April Pool s Dov too sole sponsored by the Lotin club. The Lotin Club olso holds orn onnuol bonquet on April 2l, the leqendorv dorte of the tounding ot Rome. The olticers tor the toll semester Were: Peter Schmo, tirst consul: Sue Pork, second consulg Uriel Blocksher, scribog ond Philip Meony, quoester. The Trediles were Bob Sommerteld, lim Hollond, Hornevn Schrock, ond leonine Hoos. Row One: Gosswein. Meany Sommerfeld, Haas, Schma sato, Bemberg, Shaw, Schaffer Cain, Pardue, Harper. Row One: LaPato, Thomas, Bohman, Graper, Andrews, Eliott. Row Two: Fleming, Hansen, O'Conner, Mahon, Larson, Lawrence, Krimbill, Zobac, Hodges, Story, Haus, Downs. Row Three: Lytle, Ed- wards, Pozesky, Boden, Carl- son, Wendt, Murdoch, Ault. C. Edwards, Droege, Emshotf. Row One: Park, Schma, Blacksher, Meany. Row Two: Sommerield, Holland, Haas. Schrock. Park, Schrock, Holland, Black- sher. Row Two: Oschatz, Bor- R. Wilson, Lindrooth, Fitzpat- rick, Tredwell, Petty, Durst. Row Three: D. Wilson, Seels, Vaughn, Schmidt, Mraz, Schma, Riecker, Nilson, Rzym, Tharp, Frederick, Geisler, Row One: Carlson, Sabel, Shissler, Gallager, Hayiord. Miss Holland. Row Two: Lut- trell, Christie. Broc. Hays, Niel- sen. Cassidy, Misking. Kmer- ine. Row Three: Iackson, Pola- cek, Akers, Campbell, Steph- ens, Seaman, Welser, Berke, Wajeck, Wilson. Colombel. lRow One: Richie, Andruska, Philp, Ulinski, Mason, Lach, Dyslin, Hafner. lackson. Row Two: Morris, Chisholm, Swear- ,ingen, Thompson, Carlson, tHanley, Singer, Finn, Bolton, Row Three: Miles, Kuester, Iennings, Kamenske, Newberg, Leverty, Wahls, Morthorsi, Price. Pan American club, a charter member of the National Student League, was organized at Morgan Park in 1938. The purpose of the club is to put Spanish to practical use and to further the study of South American countries. Every year the Pan ,American club sponsors a book sale in the library. From this years profits the club donated to the public address system for the school. Spanish books were also purchased for the use of advanced students. During the year Pan American club heard several talks about Spanish speaking countries. The officers for the fall semester Were: loan Hayford, presidentg Frances Shissler, first vice-presidentg Audrey Carlson, second vice-president: Iacgueline Sobel, secretaryg and Robert Gallagher, treasurer. an merican 4755 476D ' .2 gf --i-- f7A Row One: Olander, Matthews. Seaman, Baker, Brownfield, Griffin, Kupecky, Richardson, Maier. Row Two: Blackstone, Roberts, Weir, MCI-Xtee, Gris- wold, DeVries, Eichoff, Hoeg- lund, Kriese, Wilson, Smisek, Fuse, Lacey. Witte. Row Three: Doyle, Scheidt, Smith, Olmstead, Pratt, Danielson, Davis, Beavan, Witner, Iohn- son, Neste, Lyons. Row One: Clinton, Loigren, Kidd, Landgrebe, Chisholm, Bland, Frazier, Herzog, Iankow- sky, lohnson. Row Two: Hoh- man, Clayton, Prieb, Hansen, Kaufmann, Thatcher, Hensley, Stiles, Lowitz, Peschel, Kamen- ski, Harrison, Anderson. Row Three: Sahlin, Callis, Kemmler, DiNicola, Archibald. Buchanan, Randolph, Carrol, Coolie, Wandry, Maxwell, McVay. Row One: Mclntyre, Ferrante, Howe, Beaty, Glazer, Burke, Kern, Grimaldi, Mill. Row Two: Leonard, Mitchell, Fea- ger, Gustafson, Clark, Atwood. Berry, Thilmont, Ioblecki. Row Three: Weber, Spates, Peterson, Humphrey, Levora, Simester, Gudlink, Olson, Beauregard. Freshmen at Morgan Park have a club exclusively for themselves, the Flounders. Membership has been increased so much in the last several years that Flounders is now the largest club in the school. For its active participation in school activities, the club was awarded an honorable mention for the l948 spirit cup. This year the Flounders presented a program designed to acquaint the new freshman with his school and classmates. The all freshman dance and party held at Ridge Was so successful that the club plans to make it an annual event. From the profits the members contributed to the public address system fund. The S. A. officers were presented to the incoming students at the orientation assembly. At this assembly talented freshmen are given the opportunity to make their first appearance at Morgan Park. During the fall semester the Flounders was led by lack Bland, presidentg Ann Parsons, viceepresidentg Russell Beaven, secretaryg Roxana Griswold, treasurer. The club Would like to express gratitude for the guidance of Mrs. Edwina Grieser, sponsor. 7-1085 l'l'L6Ll'l 6 6 .7 Olftlfl 81015 l l ltow One: Graves. Morgan, Goldberg, Coultrip, Whitnell, Patzlaif, Pease, Maurer, Cole. Row Two: Hendricks, Nelson, Millar, Barrett, Houser, Ander- son, Lucas. Rhine, Burnham, Burnham, Leonard, Taylor. Row Three: Roberts, Kaska, Burnley, Gerth, Loxterman, Murphy, Nielson, Schuetz. Wil- liams, Migely, Eaimes. l l l l l l l l Row One: Storck, Travis. At- wood, Harrington, Powers, flarlisle, Crider, Blacksher, Paul. Row Two: Klinger, Stange, Gertsen. Mitchell, Marsh, Fairhead, Smith, Bran- don, Diesel, Curtiss, Shissler Kramer, Ragot. Row Three: Swanee, Redman, Mason, Semprevivo, Buzzard, Eas- thorpe, Vickers, Slyvain, Hoey, Sturner, Brownlow, Kitzelman, Sellers. Row One: VVallace, Marshall, Kosac, LaPato, Brazile, Kreck- low, Fales, Iohnson, Metcalf. Row Two: Allan, Brickman, Daniels, Edwards, Dawson, Berlin. Larson, Hague, Ianson, Wahl, Henderson, Marseille. Row Three: Mathias, Terman, I'inn, Bennett, Smith, O'Meara, Stock, Englund, Hall, Shultz, Shippy, Parsons. 78 Tharp, Kubik, Bond, Swift. Row One: Downs, Hlavacek, Haylord, Brown, Weir, Nilson, Scherer, Heindenrich. Row Two: Kubik, Haus. Boden, Park, Emshofl, Geisler, Polacek, Hoch. Row Three: Stier, Gosswein, Droege, Cole, Hafner, White, Wendt, Frederick. Row One: Hobson, Sahel, Morthorst, Seels, Underhill Singer, Soderwall, Tredwell, Bradley. Row Two: Nilson, Funkhouser, Humphrey, Carlson, Young Rempert Hanley, Rzym, Hahne. Iohnson, Dawson: Smith, Leverty. Row Three: Meany, Newberg, Schma, Trnka, Shoemaker, Pilditch, Wahls, Bond Pilz, Helmreich, Simester, Turney. Row One: Lawrence, Larson, Ferguson, Baldwin Richie, Mitchell, Krimbill, Roe, Williams. Row Two: Kuchar, Sandaker, Paulson, Moore, Branon, V. Wil- son, Mason, Cluverius, Sommerleld. Fleming, Lyile Row Three: Urhammer, Fitzpatrick, Miles, Seydel, Hamer, R. Wilson, Wells, Blacksher, Shissler, Zas- trow, Spiers, Stevens. Tdu Epsilon, Moroon Porlds locol scliolostie society, is in the twentvftiftli veorr ol its existence with d membership ot 245 students. To loe elioible tor membership in Tou Epsilon o student must ndve dt leost eleven orotde points ond tour honor points, Honor polnts ore dworded tor eoch tindl rnork ol E or S, tor pertect ottendonoe, tor service to the scliool, ond tor representind I Moroon Pork in competitive events. ltflernloersliip must be renewed every semester, ttierelov promoting sclioldrsliip ond pe-rnidnent pdrticipdtion in sffliool octivities. Students who novo been niernloers ot Tou Epsilon lor seven semesters ore reworded 'xfitli oertiticotes ot tlie otnnuoll senior honors ossemlolv. Olticers tor tlie toll semester were: Hortlev Bond, president, lulie Kubik, vicefpresident' Norrnotn Swift, secretory, ond lfotlirvn Thorp, treosurer. Miss y Dorotliy Londers ond Mrs. Cloro Addins ore cofsponsors ot the orgonizotion. Ctlfl, l05iK0l'l Row One: Stroud, Dillon, Martin, Burkhart, Tursman, Bolton, Swift, Stanley, Rasmussen. Row Two: Mason, Howat, Finn, Dyckman, Harper, Carlson, Price, Loving, McGill. Row Three: Barber, Zimpel, B. Kinzie, Hill, Riecker, Holland, Seaman, L. Kinzie, Thompson. Q6 Ag Row One: Branom, Miskinis, Grigsby, Cravener, Mac- Farlane, Whitmer, Baker, Keebler, Ianson. Row Two: Zirbel, Van Dyke, Tharp, Burke, Akers, Zobac, Weaver, Fry, Pozesky, Fitch, Bohman, Row Three: Humphrey, Cremieux, Henss, Morris, Zoellick, DuMais, Quist, Durst, Howard, Iohnson. Row One 'ole Ericksen Bathe Wheeler Morthorst Luckett Williams Van Dyne Stier Row Two Dixon Van Abbema Nyberg Watlee Bain Schiesset Cresap Brattleaf Polacek Shaw Schrock Ault Andrews Mc Givern Gorham Row Three Haas Bullock Sproul Wosnxak Smith Gee Bustrom Bush Vaughn Nord mever Arnquist Lmdrooth Wilson Row One Pannell Dawkins McDade Young Phillips Eames Golley Row Two Graper Gordon Story Ulmer Walker Hendricks Edson Thomas Andrews ri q ef' ,1 Row Three Blork Miller Broe Frederick Barksdale Romeo Pearson Hansen Hodges Row One Hendricks Farnandis Wilson Humphrey Blacksher Roberts Lofgren Metcalfe Row Two Bronn lon Kemmler MacRae Hoey Buchanan Bland Ferman Grant Row Three Brown Lacey Crider Scheidt Harrington Koch Parsons Grlswold Thomp son Curtis Knutsen .ff ? Row One: Quist, Miles, Williams Morri B' , s, am, Baker, Shaw, Petty Schrock Andrusk R Row One' Blackstone Whitmer Va D k . , , n e, ackson, Glasser . , a. ow Two: Helmreich, Colombel, Pannell, Andrewlsi, Dlckman, Watson. Klein, Mains, Wahls, Harper, Giberson, Lindrooth, Row Two: Graper, Tharp, Hendricks, Fitch, Andrews, Peschel, Pardue, Bolton, Mason, Lach, McGill, Wilson, Haas, Wendt, White, Hoitman, Zeissler, Parker, Story, Christie, Burke- Iackson, Everett. Row Three: Ault, Lettsome, Zimple, Row Three: Sanders, Haus, Zobac, Boden, Gosswein, Barks- Rzym, Viall, Kinzie, Archibald, Riecker, Holland, dale, Droege, Mahon, Provancha, Henss, Hoffman, Howard, Newberg. Thompson, Kinzie, Hahne, Bainbridge. Fleming, Park, Burke, Bell, Carlson. The Biology Club was organized so that interested students might continue . their activities in the tield ot science. This year under the leadership ot Don to 0 Helmreich, preside-ntg losephine Columbel, secretary-treasurer: and Pat Glaser, gg assistant secretary-treasurer, an educational and interesting club program was presented. A protessor from the University ot lllinois spoke to the club on vivisection at one ot their regular meetings. M The Biology Club also held its annual flower sales at Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter, The proceeds trom the sales were contributed to the public address system fund Miss El' b . A ts iza eth Vande Roovart served as taculty sponsor. National Honor Society, the high school counterpart of Phi Beta Kappa, was introduced to Morgan Park high school in the spring of 1939. The society aims to promote the qualities of character, scholarship, and service in the X members and students. To become a member one must meet the following requirements. He must be a senior with a scholastic average of E, a member of Tau Epsilon during his semester of application, have outstanding character traits, and give one period of service to the school each day. Kubik' Geisler' Uhrhammer' New members are inducted at the tradif tional candle-lighting ceremony. Membership entitles one to wear the emblem, to wear a gold tassel at graduation, and to have the national seal affixed to his diploma. Wafiona This year the club was under the spon- sorship of Miss Elsie Larson. The officers dur- ing the fall semester were: president, Eugene Ryzm, vice-president, Norma Sue Stier, secre- tary, Gertrude Geisler, and treasurer, Marilyn Uhrhammer. 0l'l0I' One of the interesting projects of the sof ciety this year was selling shadow silhouette pictures to the students. The silhouettes were cut out by Art club members and the money raised was contributed to the new public ad- dress system. ociefy . Row One: Polacek, Wendt, Boden, Park, Richie. Geisler. Huyford, Hlczvacek, Downs. Row Two: Lawrence, Droege, Larson, Mason, Uhrhammer. Gosswein, Krimbill, Emshoff. Row Three: Fitzpatrick, Cluverius, Tredwell, Wilson R.. Underhill, Sommerfeld, Mile, Hobson, Shissler. Row Four: Ryzm, Ccxrlson, Nilsen, Dawson-Smith, Shoemaker. Leverty, Seels, Hanley. Singer. Sitting: Ryzm, Stier. Standing: I Q 4231? pa . 4:17 Row One: Shissler, Humphrey, Bradley, Bemberg, Iennings, Gallagher Ault, Bohman, Newberg, Mrs. Brooks, Miss Walter. Philp, Fitzpatrick, Seydel, Paulson. Row Two: Lyons, Abel, Kuester Hcxhne, Soderwall, Seels, Morthorst, Ryzm, Hanley. Row Three: Owen Nelson, Carlson, Dawson-Smith, Newberg, Pilditch, Rempert. Leverty Kamenske. fu nf Jddmumfmfron, . S cle .. . 4325 Student Administration group was organized in October, l944, tor the purpose ot assisting in the organization and administration ot the school. For this reason the scholastic average ot the members must be average or above. The group is under the supervision of Miss Laura Walter and Mrs. Genevieve Brook. The club stresses training tor leadership and the development ot initiative. Students may Work in the library, help by giving service to the co-ordinators, aid the matron, or assist in the various ottices of the school. The majority ot the members give service at least tive periods a week. Permanent records are kept on tile tor the services ot each student and are put into the permanent record envelope at graduation. Members ot the club receive one point tor each period ot service. ln order to receive a service award, a member is required to have at least twenty points, ln each graduating class the student with the most points receives special recognition. The otticers tor l948-l949 were Louise Bohrnan, Paul Newberg, and Barbara Ault. Row One: Hlavacek, Colombel, An- drews, Geisler, Boden, Weir, Haylord. Nielsen. Row Two: Richie, Krimbill, Grasse, Roe, Mitchell, Stier, Wendi, Park, Luttrell. Row Three: Holmquist, Williams, Droege, Lytle, Pierce, Gosswein, Iackson, Bainbridge. Row 4: Andruska, Sandaker. Uhrham- mer, Cluverius, Fuller, Spiers, Miles, Mason, Lawrence. Row One: Cravener, Bohman, Crane, Akers, Mrs. Brooks, Pozesky, Mac- Farlane, Ianson, Dyckman, Branom, Stelanelli. Row Two: Zobac, Durst, Beard, Edlund, Derlhick, Price, Quist, Campbell, DuMais, Morris, Olsen. Row Three: Petty, Brown, Schaffer. Mason, Finn, Lettsome, Harper, Dil- lon, Lovin, Treptow. Row Four. 9 Thompson, Reilly, Hill, Iohnson, Archibald, LeForge, Schuetz, Barber, Pardue, Howat. Row One: Hudson, Braun, Meyer, Elgin, Enright, Hendricks, Iohnson, Metcalfe, Knierim. Row Z: Ferrante. Andrews, Graper, Knutson, Lacey, Crider, Travis, Simons, Thomas, Phillips. Row Three: Leonard. Bame, Englund, Romeo, Miller, Ericksen, Belske, Souvenier, Koch, Howe. Row Four: Kemmler. Harrington, Grant, Hoey, Buchanan, Bland, Christy, Griswold, Roberts, Consoer, Pearson. Row One: Meyer, Broe, Hansen, Blacksher, Sanders, Wilson, Hodges, Stier. Row Two: Roberts, Ault, Schrock, Peterson, Behrend, Wood, Temple, Nyberg, Andrews. Row Three: McDade, Dixon, Morthorst, Kunes, Mains, Wilson, Oetter, Wal- ter, Hall, Brattleal. Row Four: Wahls, Lettsome, Vaughn, Wojniak, Bush, Burns, Wallace, Cresap, Haas. Row One: Schwaar, Iohnson, Miss Pape. Reilly, Hill, Smith. Row Two: Blacksher, Andrews, lVlcFerren, Nyberg, Cripe, Stahl, Roberts, Bame. Row Three: Rosczves, Burns, Davis, Thornton, Archibald, Pilditch, Preissner, Wallace. Thornton. Putzler. 194015, Staff The Visual Education Service Bureau teaches interested students the operation and maintenance ot motion picture machines, and also supplies well-trained student operators to show movies in the school, A private library ot tilms and the rented movies give Morgan Park High School a varied selection ot motion pictures. Under the supervision ot Miss Pape, this organization has grown rapidly. Otlicers ot the V, E. S. B. are as follows: lack Reilly, manager, Gene Schwaar, assistant manager, Allred Smith, head operator, Art lclill, technician, and Bob lohnson, assistant technician. Members ot the Photo Statt have learned to pose subjects, actually take the pictures, and then to develop, print, and enlarge the photos in the lab. The annual and newspaper statts make use ot these shots in their publications. Photo Stott members tor the past year have been: lohn Shoemaker, manager, and lohn Cole, Richard Putzler, and lack Thornton, The statt was sponsored by Mr. William Watson. Row One: White, Park, Kubik, Stier, Miss Kurz, Nielsen, Schuba, Droege. Row Two: Brown, Grasse, Ferguson, Geisler, Derthick, Larson, Richie, Miles, Sachtleben, Gosswein, Howard. Row Three: Roe, Fitzpatrick, Seydel. Wilson R., Kamenski, Funkhouser, Mason E., Kuester, Tredwell, Ulinski, Stevens. girfd 7 gmgfem C u . . . Any girl who has earned 750 points through participation in games and apparatus and proficiency tests given in the regular gym program, may obtain membership in the Girls' Emblem club. li the applicant has taken swimming and received a passing grade she need earn only 500 points. The main project on the club agenda tor this year was to raise money lor the public address system through the sale of football programs. Norma Sue Stier, lulie Kubik, and Betty lo Nielsen held ctiice during the iall semester. The club is sponsored by Miss Rosalie Kurz, urrenf guenfd . . . uriic lalareciafion . , . 4855 Siege Z lneujooo Hudson, Shippy, Michels, Haynes, Starck, Swift, Nord- meyer. Mr. Twomey. Row One: La Pato, Cole, Carl- son, Van Dyke, Bainbridge, Stelfes, Tatro, Migley. Row Two: Miss Hotchkiss, Daniels, Van Dyne, Hayden, Whitmer, Brown, Hellerman, Oetter. Row Three: Zastrow, Quisi, Droege, Baldwin, Hodges, Zeiss. Puizler, Mink, Reitman. Row 4: Motts, Williams, Drews, Hahne, Kamenske, Hagreen, Murray, Uhrhammer. La Pato, Van Dyke, Cole. 4 86 D Morgan Parks stage crew, which is new this year, has efficiently handled many school assemblies, and community programs. The boys spend at least one period of time a day in preparing the auditorium for various productions and in learn' ing the art of stage management. Mr. Twomey, the sponsor, and the entire crew deserve a vote of thanks for making the programs presented at Empehi more entertaining and successful, ,4,f CAA The Art club made a tour through a north side art colony this fall, VVith Miss Edna Hotchkiss, sponsor, as their guide they met many famous artists and observed their way of life. Throughout the fall semester the talented students con- centrated on the assembling of a calendar made of linoleum block prints. lt was impossible to print the calendar, but meme bers gained invaluable experience Working on the project. Prospective Art club members should have one semester of art with a grade of G or better, and must take a sincere interest in the subject. Officers for the fall semester included: Ioyce Van Dyke, president, Iohn Cole, vice-president, Carole La Pato, secretary, and Richard Carlson, treasurer. urfain . . . Row One: Brcxnom, Bennett, White, Cassidy, Kubik, Nielsen, Peschel, Heidenrich. Row Two Hayford, Droege, Shields, Schaffer, Zcxstrow. Mason, Hoffman, Krecklow, Wilson. Row Three: Schaffer, Iennings, Hoey, Dawson-Smith, Viall, Harris, Lettsome, Beyer, Hcxas. Mason, Heidenrich, Cassidy. Empehites express acting ability in Curtain club and provide an outlet for dramatic abilities. Without a sponsor for a short time, the club was inactive, but Miss Sylvia Von Meeteren offered her assistance. Membership in Curtain club is open to all S, A. members who qualify after a brief expression of talent before a board of students. Preparations for the production of "Arsenic and Old Lace", and also a short melodrama were under way. Several Good- man Theater plays were attended during the year by the members. The officers for the year weret Grace Cassidy, president, Edith Heidenrich, vice-president, Ioan Mason, secretary, and Ruth Iennings, treasurer. 487D J4 Calolaeffa CAMP . . . Row One: Mrs. O'Neill, Young. Thomas, Haylord, Geisler, Iackson, Hendricks, McLean, Humphery, Hobson, Sexton, Kline. Sahel, Wheaton, Bradtke. O'Halloran. Row Two: Dunnett, Holmquisl. Derthick, O'Conner. Wilson I., Lawrence. Uhrham- mer, Ulinski, Hardiman, Philp. Stroud, Loving, Stier, Wendt, Heidenrich, Iozwiak. Row Three: Zastrow. Ferguson. Bo- den, Fleming, Haas, Morthorsi. Provancha, Schrock, Shaw, Neste, Bradley, Zoellick, Bar- ber, Vaughn, McDade. Row Four: Lawrence Alice A., Nil- son, Bowen, Beyer, Kinzie, Harper, Howat, Iohnson, Pil- ditch, Reilly, Helmreich. Door- enweerd, Gamble, Shannon, Schutz, Seaman, Washington. Officers: Loving, Shan- non, Iohnson, Sabel. This year the A Cappella chorus welcomed Mrs, Margaret O'Neill as its new director. Under her leadership the A Cap- pella presented a group ot well accepted assemblies. ln December the organization participated in the annual Christmas assembly and also caroled in the halls, during the spring they appeared in the spring production. lndividual members ol the chorus contributed generously to the superior quality ol the assemblies and exhibitions. Officers tor the tall semester were: president, Carl lohnson, vice-president, Iacaueline Sobel, secretary, Harold Zoellickg treasurer, Nancy Loving, librarian, Charles Shannon, and assistant librarian, William Vaughn. 4885 gen gf., mi . . . Officers: Weaver. Droege, Phillips, Hoch, Story. This year the Girls' Glee club, uinder the direction ot Mrs. Margaret O'Neill received a superior rating in the annual city- wide contest. The club sang at the Christmas assembly and the spring production and also made several outside appearances during the year. Although the Glee club is an accredited class the president represents it on the Board of Control. Membership is open to girls who can combine talent with good scholarship and have taken either the required music course or Wish to substitute four years ot Glee club. The officers for the tall semester Were: president, Barbara Hochg vice-president, Sandy Ann Story: secretary, Sue Weaverg librarians, Marcia Phillips and Mary Droege. Row One: Elgin. Enright. Hlavacek, Cole, Knierim, Mc- Fadden, Mrs. O'Neill, Phillips, Andrews, Reynolds, Lacey. Treat, Blacksher. Weaver. Row Two: Kalchbrenner. Geisler. Mitchell, Walker, Iohnson. Romeo, Smisek. Crider, Muel- ler. Goetz. Ulmer, Hodges. Story, Edson. Giberson. Row Three: Hoch, Haas. McGivern, Zobac, Hohman, Weber, Stier. Miller, Droege, Van Dyne, Parker, Thomas, Brandon, Kit- zelman. Row Four: Parsons. Griswold. Buckley, Bullock, Archibald, Holly. Wahls, Els- ner, Zimpel. Sobel, Sproul. Wilson, Hanson. Kuester, Ed- lund. '489P 4905 Melill, Miles, Dixon, Morris. The iiftyfiour members of the Concert orchestra have shown almost pro- fessional talent in the past year. Besides playing for assemblies, they rendered an overture for the commencement exercises in lanuary, Members of the Concert orchestra are taken from the lower bands and from those who have taken private lessons. Miss Elaine Skelton as director has kept the organization the high caliber music group it has been in the past. The officers for the fall semester were: president, Mary Miles, vice-president, lack Melill, treasurer, lames Thilmont, and librarian, Mary Ann Morris. X 4 if OLZZ Ullfl ... 492D The Iazz Band this year, under the sponsorship ot Mr. Dubyk and the leadership ot Skip Greenwood, has made great progress. The trumpet section, featuring the one and only Walter Strickland with lames Platt, August Sylvain, Bob Polk, Bob lrwin, Duane Collord, and Richard McKee, did a splendid job. The saxophone section consisting of lim Groves, Richard Lennon, Bob Felgenhauer, Doug Fry, Roland Snyder, and Bud Hooper kept up their end of the band very Well. Skip and his trombones Tom Paulson, Richard Paddock, and Logan Whitcomb, played Well together and were an asset to the band. Tom Burkhart, Dwight Paragher, and Tom Rosaves slapped the skins, While Dave Flesher tickled the ivories. Merle Cain and Sylvia Philp completed the vocal department and last but not least, Chuck Weeks plucked the strings ol his big bass. The band played some very nice ballads, really excelling on "Temptation" The usual amount ot Kenton songs were played such as "Artistry lumps" and "Southern Scandal", but the thundering beat ot UArtistry in Bolero" and the stirring trumpet and trombone passages ot "Machito", still ring through the halls ot Morgan Park, never to be forgotten. W. O. 3. . This Year the Reserve Officers Trainina Corps has made :treat proaress. There have been many chances since last year includina a new and more comprehensive course of study, more sports, and a new riile team. The R. O. T. C. pertorms several valuable services tor the school. lt oraanizes the t1re auard and runs all fire drills: it maintains the usher force and color auard which take part in assemblies and productions. The chief aoal ot the R. O. T. C. is to train boys to take their places as aood citizens. To achieve this aim leadership, courtesy, discipline, and physical development are stressed. The cadets are also encouraged to participate in extra-curricular ac- tivities. The sponsors ot the R. O. T. C. this year were Captain F. W. Spencer and Sergeant G. V, Zindra. Cadet Major Allred Pilz and Captain William Thompson, adjutant, were the top student brass. Gofor gllaflli Of ice,-A Row One: Andrews. Dillon. Thomas. Smith. Ryzm, McConnell. Helmreich. Pilz. Iohnson, Thomp- son. Duffy. Pierson. lgiffe Squad Row One: Wheaton. Larson. Browning. Duffy. Dillon. Maior. Rogers. Selhiemer, Kreutzer. Thompson, Pilz. Michels. Pierson. Bluhm. :Care gn a ra! Row One: Filhe. Andrews. Ny- berg. Dillon. Major, Kennedy. Smith. Baker. Row Two: Pilz. Kruetzer, Ryzm. Thomas, Wilson. Howat, McConnell. Row Three: Thompson. Danielson. Pierson. Helmreich. Bluhm. Flemister, Ran- dolph. Walker, Davis. ,L ?f!J A er :Jlo rfe Row One: Helmreich. Dillon. Nyberg. McNiel, Andrews. Filhe. Baker. Wheaton, Robinson. Row Two: Smith. Camp, McConnell. Ryzm. Kennedy, Howat, Thomas. Row Three: Wilson. Pierson. Bluhm. Flemister, Randolph. Walker. Davis. 4935 494i Row One: Mason. Tate, Thomas. Row Two: Vaughn. Kinzie, Stahl, Bohmqn. arenf jeac ,er fifiociafion . . The theme ot the l948'l949 Perrent Tegchers Associotion wgs the interpreting ot the school to the community. Aiming towgrds better understanding, the P. T. A. presented progrgms dedling with school lgw enforcement, vdndorlisrn, curriculum trends, problems ei our youth, current legislgtion, erims ot edu- r'-tion, gnd the chgnging world. As d group, the P. T. A. 4' ttended the Christrngs orssembly which wgs given by the high school, The Tl. T did gn gdmirgble job in gssisting the young peopk ol the cfoffiiinity in their drive to curb llglloween 1 ,ndourl ,i. The oiticers ter this yeir Were: Mrs. lgmes Mgson, presif dent, Mrs. Kenneth Themes, lirst vicefpresident, Mrs. R. T, Stehl, second Vice--president, Mr. llerry L. Tote, third vice- president, Mrs. George Phillips, recording secretorry, Mrs. Hebert Bohmgn, corresponding secretary, Mrs. Tcrmes Vgughn, tregsurer, W, mf oofbaff... Last fall, a powerful Mustang eleven played a tough schedule. ln the season opener, Morgan Park failed to score against South Shore. Three regular players were on the bench in this game due to pre-season in- juries. The defending city league champions scored 7 points in the first quarter and the game ended South Shore 7, M. P. U. At full strength for the first time, Morgan Park won over Bowen 20-7. lt was a costly victory, however, as Cap- tain Bob Guelle was seriously injured. Next the aroused Mustang eleven racked up vic- tories over Parker and Calumet. The scores were l4 to U and l3 to O. ln the most exciting game of the year Morgan Parks Mustangs and Fengers Titans were tied in a 0-U struggle until the closing minutes of the last quarter when Fenger broke through the Mustang defense on a fifty-yard run to the Morgan Park three-yard line, and Esposito threw a short pass to Watson for a tally. Morgan Park's charging line held Fengers stellar passer "Slingin' Sam" Esposito to only three completed passes, a feat accom- plished by no other team. arfiifg ln the final game of the season, Morgan Park overcame C. V. S. by a score of l8 to l4. An after season honor was received when Floyd Daniels was voted first string all Chicago area guard. This was a tribute not only to Daniels himself, but to the coaching of Bob Antonides and to the team with which he played. Daniels and Al Eagles also made first string on the all south section team and Ed Chapel, Ed Sabel, Al Iones, lack Boyle, and Ioe Gee rated honorable mention. At the annual football banquet, the most valuable player honors went to Floyd Danielsg Trevor Roberts won the sportsmanship award. Ed Pattara was elected Mustang Captain for l949. The team also expressed appreciation for the boys behind the scenes who managed the team. Glenn Schmid and Norman Rossen held these positions this year, C1I"05 " Row One: Foster. Robinson, Reif. Iohnson, Smith, Ehrhart, Hardy, Bibbs, Hubert, Harris. Row Two: McDc1de, Chisholm, Powers, Berry, Cibulski, Schultheis, Haynes, Buzzard. Felgenhauer, Gcxrlcmger, Rogers. Simester, Guelle. Redemski, Kopman, Motley. Scheidt. Coach Slczyton. Row Three: Bostrom, Quinn, Burton. Teuscher, Dorschler, Davis. Ritter. Gee, Silloway, Dahlstrom, Danielson. Micetich. L 1 A is 1 'iii ffi"M'i' I it Row One: Pattaxa, Eagles, Daniels F., Mottley. Chapel, Roberts, Daniels I., Ketchum, Bibbs, Schroeder, Iacques. Row Two: Schmid, Branom, Ray, Schaeifer B., Forsythe, Harcus, Willingham, Schaeffer E., Payne, Rossen, An- lomdes Row Three: Iohanson, Seaman, Sabel, Newkirk, Boyle. Wahls, Gee, Bostrom, Snyder, Willner, Iones. The importance ol the l7rosheSoph team cannot be overemphasized. lt is where future varsity stars gain much valuable playing experience. This years squad was a preview ot things to come. Against heavier and bigger teams they ended the season with a .500 average. Several boys show much ability this year and will be a real threat to other schools in the south section in years to come. Much credit must be given to Vfendy Slayton, Phil Kubic, and Don Aulwurm, former Empehites, who gave most ot their tree time to the coaching ot this team. Manager Iohn Scheidt also deserves credit for carrying out a difficult job. A point to remember When Watching these boys play is that they are the ones Who will be Winning games tor Morgan Park in the future. y , rili A It 4975 5, 7- M X, L wafwfg A ,BQ 'N' k k 2 . if K w 12- N ' , - ,, EQ? S Y is ,Si I M551 +1 f Hai 1 5 1 v , 3 - af? 3 '1- ,, F ' 5 ' K? K :jf E """'5TE51f-- , 'Ffa .,, X Auf? 3 Egg mn' K 5 I if 1 -ff Q gf Z- if 3 , qi 64 S W X f -lm 4 5, ,. - fi 5 Q .4 . --P , , , , WW 1- : 1 yfy 1 "' 3 7 3 'S . gig . ' l ... AM N v - W ' EA WL . ' Q? x J. 4 H 4, Nu , ff' H - , v .3 AS J A Vtwn? ....,,. Zawwg f , , ,- Vg ,,, ,W ,iffih gk., 5? a i. ' fi xg' V . im, ,L a X g Y Q Q 2 7 , it 9' Qt! I 2 .f 5 ,gg k T X, ,K Z f is Jigga g gg I ,fi ff H -I I ilirrivfi as .ligh- weigAf5 Row One: Rosaves, Onayo, Gross. Wells. Anderson E., Dawkins, Passuglia. Lewis. Row Two: Marguardt, Simester. Shannon. Dawkins I.. Harcus, Gayden, Fewkes I.. Fewkes W Finn. KGLJLQMULZ . . . The Ponies displayed fine team-work and a well-balanced attack, but were unfortunate this season in losing several close games. Morgan Park finished up with a record of three wins and seven losses. During the first part of the season the lights lost to Parker, Bowen, Fenger, South Shore and C, V. S, while beating Hirsch. Captain Ronnie Wells was graduated in mid-season, but the team Went on to win over Harper and then beat Carver in a thrilling over-time battle, While receiving defeats at the hands of Calumet and Hyde Park. Fred Gayden was high scorer of the team and also was fourth highest scorer in city league competition during mid- season. The prospects for next years team are very good. With the return of first-stringers Gayden, Shannon, Fewkes and Dawkins, the Ponies should have real championship possibilities, Although this year's heavies had a good record in south section play, winning seven and losing only tour, the Mustangs actually should be rated much better than that. Ot those four losses all but one were by the slim margin ot just two points. During the first halt of the League season the Mustangs beat Hirsch, Fenger and Bowen, while losing to Parker and Vocational by one basket and to South Shore by ten points. At this time the team lost Don Franklin and Pete Carruthers along with Captain Hartley Bond who graduated. Skip Greenwood, Clarence Conway and loe Gee then moved up to the starting tive, along with former regulars Nate Williams and Dick Simester who took over the captaincy and also was the leading Morgan Park scorer lor the season. During the second halt ot the season the Mustangs lost to Cal's section leaders 32-30 in one ot the best games oi the year. They then went on to win their last tour contests, defeating Harper, Hyde Park, Carver and Englewood. This enabled them to tinish tourth in the South Section, and also to enter the city play-otts. eau?- weigAf6 4, b c so it is Row One: Conway, Ehrhort, Daniels, Simester, Bond, Radcliff. Guelle. Row Two: Henss, Franklin, Hooker, Boyle, Flemister, Williams, Gee, Shannon, Frory, Gamble. Greenwood, 1lOll Row One: Cole, Melill, Bolton, Burkhart. Hoff- man, Fry. Row Two Fewkes. Blcxcksher, Carl son. Schmidt, Kotcm, Bernard, Manning. Row One: Salvato, Mcxtton, Curtiss, Iohn- son, Curtiss K.. Pease, Fewkes. Row Two: Wil- kins, Erickson, Garlcmg- er. Sturner, Schwcxcxr, Fewkes, Brownlow. l ll! L ffl eclflflfl . . . fllfllf The li-349 Morgan Park swimming team presented some ot the best swimming ability ever viewed by Empehi. Led by coach Dick Tweedy the boys turned in some remarkable records. The luniors had worked up the eight straight victories, no defeats and a good hold on the south section championship. At the time this article Went to press the seniors While not doing as Well as the juniors presented strong competition for rival schools. Although the teams have not won all their meets they have beaten some ol the best. The junior team really showed up the seniors, by beating all their opponents and by putting on a very good show. lt was a rare occae sion when one ot the boys lost. Among the consistent Winners were Carlson, Burkhart, Kotan, Zoellick, lack and Bill Fewkes, Fry, Garlanger, lohnson, Curtiss, Mattson, and Schwaar. Everyone has his eyes trained on Coach Tweedy's boys to see it they are going to bring tame and glory to Morgan Park. red ffin, The wrestling season of N349 saw a powerful team enter the leazlue competition. Under the coaching ot Mr. Robert Antonides and the Captain Tony Vfillner, the aroaners' had two practice meets and seven leaaue meets. The teams iirst two practice meets were setbacks, Moraan Park Military Academy beat the team by a score oi 29-l3. Kelly l-liah scored over Morgan Park 20-l5. The leaaue meets ended with a tour and three record. The Wins were University l-liah 35-5, Parker 35-5, South Shore 28-lo, and Calumet Ql-lE3. ln the city meets lim Golley of the l25 pound class, and Tony Will- ner of the l65 pound class each placed fourth. Row One: Hall, Taylor, Beckmen, Stanley, Golley. Martin, MacNerland, Fales, Paulson, Buzzard. Row Two: Antonides, Schultheis, Tursman, Chisholm, Dorschler, Pattaya, Gimer, Danielson, Williams, Willner, Sabel. Row One: Calhoun, Pat- tara, Daniels, Picktusis Bibhs, Schmidt, Willing- ham, Chapel. Row Two: Roberts, Bond, Iones Desch, Iohanson, Gee Simester, Guelle, Strick- land. Row Three: Will- nur, Schmid, Newkirk Lampadius, W a h l s, Bovle, Sahel, Hoppe Bostrom, White. Row One: Schaffer Stanley, Louis, Burkhart Hoiiman, Melill, Branon Row Two: Fry, Ray, Chis holm, Wells, Blacksher Beeby, Felgenhauer, Gol ley. Row Three: Scho- lar, Browniield, Forsythe Schroeder, Mackovialc, Harcus, Ie utter, Carlson Fewkes. Row Four: Iacques, Greenwood Sestak, Rossen, Franklin Zoellick, Ehrhart, Eagles Simpson. Daniels, Simpson, Roberts, Wells. 9 0 6 gnlgieln CAA... All ot the letter winners ot the school are brought together as members ot the Boys' Emblem Club. Their aim, to promote a spirit of co-operation at Morgan Park, is carried out by their Work as athletic guards, by their help with freshmen orientation, and by their aid in strengthening the hall guard system. During the past year the Emblem club has provided guards for athletic events, evening programs, and the graduation ceremonies. Besides the sale of cokes and candy at the home basketball games, the boys are in charge of the maintenance ot the bleachers. Last year the boys Won the Spirit Cup awarded by the Board ot Control to the club performing the most service to the school. Mr. lVlacGregor's work as club sponsor is greatly appreciated by the members. The following lettermen served as otticers during the tall semester: Trevor Roberts, president: Floyd Daniels, vice-president, Bob Simpson, secretary: and Ronald Wells, treasurer. ln the spring these positions were held by Floyd Daniels, Dick Simester, lack Boyle, and Dick Bostrom, respectively. Row One: Kubik. Anderson. Phillips, Stefcmelli. Row Two: Wolter. Kuester. Campbell, Berlin. Row Three: Romeo. Wheeler. Gonzales. Row Four: Iones. t- 5' .:,: t - we 5' , in f. , , 3 , r- eeoe , f .. 9- 1 N Q.. 'I G. f :,,'!!vk t A Y 1' CAQQIJQG ,QP5 Q Q Q The Mustang boys may "have the everything", but so do the thirteen school-spirited cheerleaders! 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SWAIISOII o KNOX HATS 0 ARROW SHIRIS Q MCOREGOR SPORISWEAR Q HOIEPROOI HOSIERY Q SWANII IEWEIRV Q WllSOll SPORTING GOODS Fishing, Golf, Bowling, Ten- nis, Softball, Skating and Football Equipment. "Park Here. Shop Anywhere" 95th St. Uust west ot Ashlandl Hlltop 5-3010 41105 POR CORRECT FORMAL ATTIRE KISKADDON REALTY COMPANY Coll On A Reliable Old Establishment TOPPER FORMAL WEAR REAL ESTATE SALES 1547 W. 95th Si. 36 W. Randolph Bnvefiy 9-1919 Dismbom 2-0499 EEOEEETY MANAGEMENT LOANS - lNSURANCE Formerly Formerly ESQUIRE jACK'S 11047 Hale Ave. BEver1y 8-4400 AL PAYNE MOTORS INC. 3058 W. lllth St. Soles STUDEBAKER Service Cars Trucks Phone Hilltop 5-2600 Complete Line ol MOCCASINS, LOAFERS, AND SPORT OXPORDS POR GIRLS BEVERLY BOOT SHOP Look lor the Florsheim Sign BEverly 8-8570 1084 W. 95111 St. ECA Phone Hilltop 5-4272 GE H I L L T O P Television, Radio CS Appliance Store, lnc. REFRIGERATORS RADIOS ' RANGES ' WASI-IERS DEEP PREEZES 0 OUTBOARD MOTORS REPAIRING 3203-5 West lllth Street Chicago 43, Illinois RUTH'S FLOWER SHOP 11109 Longwood Drive Residence Phone Business Phone BEverly 8-7395 BEverly 8-4341 SUPERIOR TEA ROOM 1757 W. 95th St. CEdarcrest 3-1885 Our Food Is Superior Not Only in Name But Also in Quality The Ultimate in Sunday Dinners Priced Upwards from S155 Finest Weekday Dinners from 95C Up Wide Choice of Appetizers or Homemade Soup Salad, Beverage and Desserts Included Homemade Pies and Pastries Delicious Luncheons from 65C Up Open Daily Except Wednesdays Hours - ll:30 A,M. to 8 P. M. Sundays-12 Noon to 8 P,M. FRIGIDAIRE ZENITH Compliments of LAMPARTERS MARKET S. 51 W. SALES 1977 W' lllth Street Sales and Service on Home Appliances and 2141 W. 95th Street CHICAGO 43, ILL. 3152 W. lllth Street Phone: Hllltop 5-2233 Phone Hllltop 5-2073 LLOYD FREDENDALL IEWELRY 0 WATCHES GIFTS FOR REMEMBRANCE 3123 West lllth Street CHICAGO 43, ILL. 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