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

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Outside judges Were then called to make the final decision, and 'lOur Creed", Written by senior Burnette Bradley, was chosen. The Student Association, to make it permanent, then had it cast in the form ot a bronze plague. The Educational Program in Morga 'P The 1950 , Published by The Senior Class 'Q of Morgan Park High School Chicago, Illinois 'ark High' School Y 1? 5 f' 71 sk? N . Armen. STAFF Editor-in-Chief . . . Assistant Editor .... Literary Editor . . . Senior Editors . . . lunior Editor . . . . Iunior Assistants . . . Sports Editor .... Art 'Editor ......... Photographic Editor Faculty Advisor . . . Business Manager ,. ...r MARIAN DAWN DURST ZOBAC JOAN GHAPER .JUNE QUIST. LOUISE BOHMAN CARQI. MAE BIORK .. 1m.mi mmm aoxmm Gmswow .QQ ...Q Business .advisor .... RICHARD HART IOYCEVAN DYKE ....RICHARDPUTZLER MISSEBBA OLSON VYILLIAMVAUGHN MR.CUBTiSC.MBI.NICK - ff X ,'.,.-a 1 f.,, . ,x Q14-' -f X, Q , l'3x+1l'3:'5 u t2'9', , W , t-d"w ..f,- 'Q' 1 J X -' 341. if ,, D ik, f 4 . . 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His cheerful spirit and per- severance will never be forgotten. When Mr. l-lartle came to Morgan Park in l928, there was little music to be found, however, through his untiring efforts and boundless enthusiasm, the music department he built won city-wide fame. Our concert band, under Mr. l-Iartles guidance and direction, was the only Chicago high school band to be invited to play at the New York World Fair in 1940. The annual Spring Production, under his and Mrs. Hartle's direction, ranked among the finest high school festivals in the Chicago area and people came from great distances to hear them. Those of us who took part in one of these productions can never forget the artistic and untiring manner in which l'Cap" conducted them. He was and is a symbol to all of us as a fine musician and a fine person whose memory will live forever in the hearts of his friends at Morgan Park. ol.-ds' ,X.y 5' V sky QV .AJ K ,f-'- .wff ,ff I , Fi?-1v'g.f,f. V A V fx. ?,'f'a' if K M Sf, if if.-,,wjgg,f, N ff J., gs' ',D,w.w 'fn ,Vi u 4 Ai V, , .iwhih-V Y A Ei L . A A 'wr A - :S Q' .n , xt , 'W .1 .Qif W I. ' -X 4'f,..q,fi" F - ' KL ' 'w A j -3 rv . A f , V-,M .y 1. . W , xr R. ' ' ,z-2 f-mf ,, M' ..f X.. Vx yi, L, Av -1. wr, .' ' '- 3' My ' I., wk' 1 5. , '. N or .' 45 J - , ,, X ' 'N b n X. -. , H. ,. .g,- 4, 'A . '. -'gn rx yr? ,H ,f ww X f' sb- -,v,, , 1,..,q,Q Q' . . H45 Q s f "wa, gn . X I .,.'LiW.f.,. V f Q, ,V v,.. " may '-Ii Z gf ,sv . QUT,--' .v ,1 if . Q 1. ,ffw 1 -XY fQ'. , f !z1?,.',, ,,. fry ' , 4 A L,l'.!,!, ,,.r. ' ' Mfg I U,-5 X r .J 'fir xx ,' fur N7- ,, a., ,,,,, V. "71"1'.f2' 4 .Xa .',,:? . "'.'- J L. V ' A-ins, ,Q , Ty' K 'SLM' I Our Principal . . . This year, nation-Wide attention is being directed toward the study of curriculum. At Morgan Park High School, we be- lieve that the curriculum should afford rich experiences for the physical, mental, moral, and spiritual growth of our students. As future citizens of a democratic nation which must be a leader in an ever-changing world, our students must be trained to direct intelligently the destinies of our democracy. The ultimate aim, then, is a curriculum which Will enable the youth of our land to develop into an intelligent and thoughtful citizenry. To reach this goal, the curriculum should meet, not only the prevailing needs of the boys and girls of our local neighe borhood at the present time, but it must be flexible enough to be readily adjusted to the ever-changing conditions of the com- munity, and of that larger community in which We are all so vitally interested e our nation. No course of study, however Well-planned, can of itself accomplish this result. The student, himself, is the vital factor. To receive the maximum benefits of a good curriculum, he must put forth maximum effort. lt is a truism that one gets out of any experience only what he puts into it, and so the benefits of a good curriculum are received, in the ultimate, only by those students who avail themselves of the opportunity that it affords. u...4-JE it Cap Lorentz Here you see the man in Whom the students all confide, for our own "Cap", Mr. G. G. Lorentz, is always willing to lend a ready ear. This faculty is not the only attribute to which "Cap" lays claim. His understanding of young people and his kindly dealings with them make him beloved by all. Add to this a friendly smile, a sharp Wit, a keen sense of humor, and lo! We have "Cap" Lorentz. CUR TEACHERS if Coordinators if Mathematics if English Miss Castle, Miss Nealon. Miss Walter, Mr. Melnick. Seated: Miss Landers. Mr. Nyberg. Miss W a I t e r. Standing: Miss Basile, Mrs. Nyberg. Miss Hoyler. Seated: Miss Larson. Mrs. Brown, Miss Olson. Sland- ing: Miss Camutz, Mrs. Sage, Mrs. Bier. 'U 557 ki P..-nw. '34 sl li Mr. Shelley, Miss Stonish, Miss Castle, Mrs. Nesbii, Miss Yates. Seated: Miss Holland, Mrs. Stiller. Standing: Miss Mul- cahy, Miss Bellinghausen, Mrs. Corcoran. Miss Basile, Mr. Melnick Mr. Sievensen, Mr. Guy Miss Pape, Miss Fahey, Mr Watson. ir Social Studies S in ir Languages s Science if Home Economics if Commercial if Graphic and Industrial Arts M F h M G M 1 Mh M . T omey. Mr. Grcshofi, Mr. R d Mrs. Scmds, Mr. L 1 M C Mr. Calkins. -A' Music ik Art Physical Education and R. O. T.C Mrs. O'Neil1, Mr. Hartle, Miss Skelton. Mrs. Huber. Mrs. Hall. Seated: Miss Kurz, Mr. McGregor. Miss Waters. Standing: Captain Spencer. Sergeant Iindra, Mr. Anionides, Miss Harris, Mr. Tweedie. if Mrs. Hibbcxrd, Mrs. Smith. Miss Condii. Mrs. Dwyer, Miss Nealon. "Mac" cmd her helpers. f-'ik ir Librarians ir Counselors , 1 4, F ,. :. w .- - - rx rr 3 f F27 A Wx ,,, . -ir Matron FRESHMEN Adams Adamson I-lkridge Allen . Arkema Backsirom Baker Barlow Behnke Belding Bell Bendkowski Boden Bolitho Borgerson Bozikis Braun Bridges Bright Bronson Buck, Ronald Burgin Buieau Carlson, P.. Carroll, M. Carthen Channell Cieslewicz Coleman Colgren Couch, B. Couch, M. Curtis D'arcy Dangremond Davis, R. DeYoung Diemer Dodd Dorgan Durling Dusold Duval Eichstadt 14 Ambrose Anderson Andreilich Andrews Barton Basco Bathe Beavan Benedick Bennett Black Blake Bracy Bradbury Brady Brauer Brown, E. Brown, W. Bryant Buck, Robert Carlson. B. Carlson, N. Carlson, A. Carroll, I. .Clark Cluverius Coates Cobb Couch, S. Crawford Crow Crutch Davis, V. Dawson Dennerline Denning Doyle Drew Duggan Dungill Elliott Fanning Farrell Farwell ' . i 'QV' ,, JTEF 3 " sf 1 M B. r, Z' i " . rs" 5 . 1, -f C i X VB -W -,, . fr' f ' .A Q' lqz' a l , J . A, Q hug ,fhy y li ,Q RZ? Qi v,' D4 K ' ' ' , ' f " s t, r E ! ,f y .. is . ,I A , ,Z w A B ..-' B N B? B , 5? 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Iordan Kessler Kimbrough Klein Kletcke SH MEN Fisher Fleming Flemister Ford Freeman Galzynski Geiger Gnuske Gramberg Gratchner Green Grettie Gurgel Gustafson Hackett Haelig Hardiman Hardwick Harrington Hart Henderson. B. Henderson. H Henington Herdlein Hodges Hoey Hogue Hokanson Holsapple Homier Horberg Houser Iackson Ieleniewski lenkins Iohnson. E. Iuric Kanchier Karstrcmd Keith Klingensmith Knaack Kok Kolar V' -. S 5 1,- 5 Q, W Qi.. , f 3 'i V 4 vw .4 tx S cl U4 1, i-Swzfi' .- - ' Qi - Z ' . tr Q - "'2 2 ' ' L h x if ,-.. i f , ,,VAk,k .,., I K in e N H :.2 A ' lL b :f,. Y , ' "LA1 """ ., 'M f' , . W If it FRESHMEN Kolosky Konietzky Kopman Kramer Kunz Lagerwall Lagges Laidlaw Larsen, B. Larsen, I. Latimore Leei Levora Lewkes Lindrooth Little Lorenz, W. Lundberg Macklin MacNea1 Martin. Marilyn Martin. R. Massie McBride McGuire Mclnerney McKee McKenna Metcalfe Meyer Miller Mills Mitrovich Mohler Mohr Moore, C. Murray Nayder Neill Nesbit, I. Norman Olroth Olson, F. Olson, K. Kreger Kreutzer Kronenberger Kruse Langeland Langenberg Langford LaPinzine Leggett Lehocky Leverty Levin Livingston Lockett Lotgren Lorenz, O. Maheras, A. Maheras, H. Mandes Martin, Marcel McCasland McCombs McDowell McEl1igott McLcxurin McLean Meany Melcher Mingus Mink Mirrielees Mitchell Moore, E. Moore, L. Moran Murphy Nesbit, R. Nettles Nordmeyer Nordstrom Olson, R. O'Meara Orloif Osborne FRESHMEN Palmer Palsedge Pannell Parduhn Peterson. D. Peterson. M. Petosky Phebus Redemske Reis Rekosh Reynolds Roberts. C. Roberts, I. Robinson Rogers, R. Rupp Russell Scardina Schroeder Shannon Shelby Shippv Shirey Snyder Sommerteld Sommer Spale Stahl Stallworth Steponkus Stokes Swatkowski Switt Talbert Thiede Tschanke Ulreich Vaughan VanHattem Washington Waters Watson. B. Watson. E. Paytes Pearson Peebles Perrizo Phillips Prawucki Raetzman Reddick Rice Hiecke Riggs, Iames Riggs, Iohn Rogers, V. Ross Rosser. M. Rosser. W. Schueneman Seaman Semprevivo Sereikas Smith, A. Smith, D. Smith, G. Smith. l. Spencer, Bobbielay Spencer. Bonnie Spillman Stadleman Stone Strange Stratton Strickland Tilling Trapp Truesdale Trust Vogwill Walgreen Wallis Walter Webb Webster Weinfeld Wells ggQgyWWg'4Mli?Qggm? ,,,4g r..., F WZNPAQF? t r , '1 YN Herne st.. Q1 Jw is me S sew tl. E .,., i t 1 s ' S R , . . Q at .tw , 1 . sms gi lx . mmf: E653 WM.M. 3. . 5 a .v .-fi. --Ns' QW V an , 4 E- e P wg, QE 3 ,Xl 4. .. , ,. X, L: - ,g r ,MA MW. -.2 -1 - "r'+e-A Q, . ..., - 7- A ' 12- 2 Z't 'ff ' Y '4t. . 1smAW.-a Mig Lgfg 'ygw QE? ig egfkl N, K " Tift ' . ,.. - R MU -gf . , Q ' W LS' aw' p ' , QE, llll K ' ' -it, ..., Q , ,V f , 3 A i ' Q. ,- ' . P. lf. f f 'it Qi' ' . ":" , i r l. A QA Li a , K rw A r g , -z 2 '. ' L .N X lifffzl ffiiiy Sw l . ' ffNL?W5QrwHmkAn Ffh . r . ... . it . R b y if .A V . 5 1 '-t, ,, 4. g. lakes is'QmEH,mmx?'t,W-.wQs2f is wasnt f . .Wye ' ' 'L ,..,y.," A ' . 'L ...X 'Qi x V U ,Y , .fm ss- QM. -ls. ,. V wh. y sehr it t .ux. is Q ka is 30 5 2 . if vii i QE . , . W , N.. .-. 5 , if U "' S 1 . . ,. , - ' mi. are ggf,2fgli slil ii 'MF Qggfr ,Qi ,.. tt' Q. K if X, K with M N: :Q :l f rr 315512 2341: v:,, t kkr' lsilabi' ' -.iii A . gywxv Vim. V ,L ..':: f lit ,'ti .... ir, 1 ' Q W I M A "'x ' if , rm . hiv S 1 WmmW-.M Zi E AA,, 535 S 4 it ,. ' A- K M 4 Q, M., . V. til ,X t ,... A ,K ., 5 ...r F t. ' V 2 it ' ..-M' 'Q i, .- 3042? if 2 s La., P 4 Q fig '- 'Q 1 f , aw, f Y , t 2 1 . x A ,v B as S 1 z,,q..- 1 He , SP. 5. - S? Q f :,+.'E " ' . ff? ' 'A Sf. ,Egg-'K g Q 2, 3 v WQ f ,M P' ,,1fS"... H 1 ,av JM A gn.. -- -.avmogksr 1 ' t A f l 1 rf t iff ,Q l 3:5 llggt 'ii w 'fvI: 5 .. S . Y is .fs 9 'Q' FRESHMEN A A A 2 - Y' 1-:"':"' :" VQAI , Werner Williams ' Q U ' WGSSQI Willis, D- Q , ,- west Willis, s. AIA' f , '1' , A 1 gg. :Zz f gig , . I "?1 Whalen Wnminglon .. A ' 'A-: V- , A ,rs wi ' Wingstrom Wilson, Iacqueline , A " Q if g ,lv ffl , ,IV,A Winkler Wilson, Iudv I ' W, Z' Wilson, Charles Wilson, R. I , V H 'B . V 7 S ' Wilson, Claude Will My .'l. l ', I, ' , ' fn . 1 -'xx L in K 1? ' ., 1 K Ql' A J le ,itrw ' . X fl XE X ,, "" -' -' l we ' ll , , i B To Q ...,, . , A Wohlfarth Yarber, Ioan , . Q i . : if 7 ' ,- . ,, ,,'L' Q uw xyy womey mm , ,l ,- l ' 'B l l A Wright Zachman it " f" V ' Yarber, lean Zielinski ,D -gf , 'Z W A in ' , i 'ff ,Alai , 'U 1 , r CAMERA SHY FRESHMEN P. Adams, Alexis, C. Anderson, H. Andrews, Bankright, Banks, W. Bennett, Berger, Bowens, Bowers, Britt, Broyles, Bull, Burke, Campbell, Clinton, Colgren, D. Couch, Craw- ford, Crider. Dunne, Evans, R. Fewkes, M. Fisher, Gcxiline, Girdick, Grave, Grigsby, Gum- bus, G. Gustafson, Hamilton, Hauze, Hill, Hitzelburger, B. Hughes, l. Iackson, Iano, R. Iohnson, S. Iohnson, Iordan, Kebin, Kolan, Landgrebe, Leutgert, Walma Lorenzen, Walter Lorenzen, Lowder, N. McKee. Meyer, Morris, Oitedahl. Paetgman, R. Peterson, Piel, Poi- fenbarger, Pradd, Reimer, Rodgers, Rowland, Schwaar, Sivannie, Slatteworth, G. Smith, Spillman, Stanley, Stelies, Stokes, Storner, Thomas, C. Thompson, D. Thompson. Van Kirk-Hout, Ward, Welcome, Wessel, Wiersma, C. Wiksten, P. Wikslen, C. Willis, I. Wilson, Zeder. . " ' - . 1' -I Qs - I Adams A ' 1 FEE? , ' 1 ael,., Allen ..V Q A 'kr 2' I A I Q. j I Anderson, A. N . ?i?Anw. :.15Ff:Lw. rl A M i 1 ' Ei ' V J I . r, H ' I V' :' i Atwood, K. fi we V. xl - . A l J. , X. . , Baker - . A Q' ,Q I, Q f , KJ in ,. Q ,yr Barrett iiii 'li 'X " Z Beavcm , L ' -- 1 ' 5' W ' h 1 ..::k - 4 - A va Berndt Berry Beste Bibbs 1, fit f. ' l., rg ,- Er 1: K I K , H L: Ninig, if V W I 7, .V L I " A it l, A' ,,., K , , xr - , , J' ' , .. in l K - , ' if ,mia ff - 'f l x f , 1 " ,.. ,, . SOPHOMORES Anderson, Anderson, Archibald C I. Atwood, D. Bell Bennett Bergeron Berlin Bittner Blacksher Blackstone Bland SOPHOMORES Boersma Braxion Boslrom Brazile Bowman Brickner Brandon Brown, B. Brown, D. Brownlow Brown, E. Bruckner Brownfield Buchanan Browning Burke Burnham, Marianne Callis Burnham, Marilyn Camp Burnley Carlisle Buzzard Calanese Cherry, A. Claycomb Cherry, R. Clayton Chisholm Clemenl Clark Coates, E. Coates, G. Cricler Cole Cullop Cooly Cummings Coullrip Curtis Daniels, I. Davis, C. Daniels, P. Davis, N. Danielson Dawson Davis, A. Deegan Derkoviis Donneville DeRouin Eagles Diesel Eames DeNicola Easthope Edmundson Espey Edwards Fairhead Eickholf Fales Englund Farmer. A. Farmer, W. Feld Farnandis Ferman Fase Ferrante Feager Finn Flemister Freeman Frary Gaskins Frazier Gayden Frenlz Gertson Giberson Grimaldi Glas Griswold Glaser Goldberg Grant Grillin rw Q. 1 -if : Q A Q' , r- -.uv - - f nf vc,- ,x Q , X fwllw K. W' is , 3 i'L"'i l : Al' C if Q. 3' 'iv fr, , - G or s in ' l- y Y K '55 5 Sikh k"? K SOPHCMORES Groebe Gudlink Hager, E. Hager, N. Harrington Harris Harrison Hauck Hensley Herringa Herzog Hitzman Holum Houlehan Houser Howard Iames Iankawski Ianson, M. Ianson, R. Iohnson, Richard Iohnson. Robert Iones. B. Iones, E. Kaufman Keigle Kelly Kemmler Klimson Klinger Knutson Koch Krob Kropp Kupecky Lacey Lennon Leonard, K. Leonard, M. Levora Long Lorenz Lowitz 'Loxterman 20 Hague Hall Hansen Harper Haynes, D. Haynes. R. Henderson Hendricks Hoeman Hoey Hoglund Hohman Howe Hubert Humphrey Iackson Ioblecki Iohnson, C. Iohnson, Iames Iohnson. loyce Iones, Ernestine Kasha Kaslaf Kasper Kemp Kennedy Kern Kitzelman Komineske Kozak Kramer Kreklow Landgrebe LaPato Larson Lawrence, Lewis, 'I. Lewis. N. Lochow Lofgren 'Lund Lyons Macieiewski MacNeal ' 1 s , ew EQ -: mi :-Q6 If fl J! ... 'ff XX!! 1, Q- ..,. .. J cr I 2, .ea fs A qi .Zi-K3 . ,nw W LX eg , as -I g . L , - r Sf 'iw 6 K .L . - 'rf t ,ggi ,r 3' eg I Y .sir . -V ' V.. . de...-. ,, N ' . -1, 1 r '- ,. if: 'H' f X '- ' j " .,.,, We S ' -' w, '5 ,. ' T ,f., K 15 V. 7' f :A .' ,k f '-.. w l '- l XX rs.. L -' A 1 iz L-,LQ --'- i.Ete.sl mm W .- -1- .vw V 1. . .- .ee- -1 . es- A .. 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K ere's L f i tk,k 1 K f : ,. ii ' e"r ' ' Y ., K , 1 xi M 111 W, ' ' , S' .R .ff A,,: ' 'ff A 'k'. N E ' 1. Q 'S it 'P 2 is if V ,F I9 , Nsxln i.,4 X F 4--V 1' A , ck . f- Q . f - X ' " ' ' ' x"' 2 56 . . S I R j 5 ., ei M t r l ll 3 V? , . -is X .- 'v' , I X if' .Y ,i Q , i . 5,1 f a, ' ,NK A' X if - I 11 ' it R' ' Q' . i f 'fi' Ig L fi r lg fy. ,, ' f ag' I ' 6 uf .V ' I 'f.,."' A "Q V, , grew ' W . 4 X P A Q.-... '-5 R' X , R . 1 1 .4 ' uf' A if I y ,A 1 l 1 ,. me . rye A 9 ' N., , ,f 5 a . "A, t h kg-2. ., . 'K " 1 A , '- 1 .f . R . Y'i , I 1 V1 A j 45,1 by 52. . 4 Q .. , K. xt f - 'Z . J .Q if .ll 'li R N SOPHCMORES MacRae Madison Maheras Mahoney Marseille Marshall Marvin Massie Maxwell McAtee McCarey McFadden Metcalfe Metcalfe Meyer Michaels Mitchell, C Mitchell, S. Morgan. B. Morgan, E. Nelson, I. Nelson. 1.. Newell Norris Park Parsons Patzlai 'Paul Powers Pozesky Pratt Purton Reynolds Rhine Rich Robbins Richardson Rogers Rosaves Roscrow Sahlin, I. ' Samuels Schneegas Schuetz Maier. C. Maier, L. Maloy March Matthews Matthias Mattley Mattson McIntyre McKey Mac Nerland McVay Migely Millar Miller Mingo Mueller Murchison Murphy Nelson, H. Olander Loiver Olmstead Olsen Pease Peel Peschel Petty Randolph Raymer Redmen Relstab Roberts, D. Roberts, lane Roberts, Ioan Robinson Rummel Runyan Saggan Sahlin, H. Schultz, D. Schultz, M. Schultz, S. Scott 21 ,E K I ., SOPHOMORES M ,I k r - I A F IQ, Sernprevivo Simons .5 1 ' , A Q 4, r . . E 4 . jg Sh1ppy Smisek V . 2 7 -1- ' ' -V' -..-, Mi 3911 ' Shissler Smith, D. , i I ,Q Ar - , A- .9 ,. - 1, j Q Simester Smith, K. is f ' - ff I It N A E 5 . E W. L b V' in gg-,uvenger 3:61515 32.2 1 W i Q - I . j pagno a e anu . , 5 y Spencer Stokes 4,42 i ' ' X Q Y Spieser Stork, C. ' X Q3 x - I-K S ' ' r A CN is ' fi .A f . . I Stork R. Summers 2 :T il 'A ' ' ii-7 ' f u ' "' Stuarlt Swan I f . Stubblefield swannie T ig . I 'A 5, .. X I: x, - 'I Sturner Swatkowski Q 5 ' . ' J". K Q Xi I Q , I .a K K w .I .r 3' , . M M f ffv K 4 HH , ,L x Qgt ' , SLLL x in ,, L gyicesl 'ggyiog I x Taylor, D. Thilmont 6? j , . aria? ,H .w A Y ' ' Taylor, H. Thompson, C ' vm A 'Q , I ' , , A 1 ' . I x X 'N .,. . - " V 5 .A I - N Q I , h 4 A A T Thompson, I. Wallace fi' V in ' 'ii' T1 N ' i ml 'K' "rf A Treat Wandrey it z' -,-v . I L Tyson Warren 1 if I U X Wahl Washington X" ' i X J 4 Q V Q ' X .V W .S 'R . h . ., ew. ie, of V- X 1 ,11.. MX, Y. i 141. 1.5 'ggi - Watson Weir " . Q- i f Q " Watts. G. Wheaton ' " 't-,, S 1 'M sn raa .:..,,,,, f S rf Wang, M. Whitnell ' f' f . y , ' , V Weber Williams m ' .E v,'. I 'k..VV 1 ' . Willis Wilson, M. Q: 1 - Q ' L' if", .-,. A me P, if 5' ' Willner Wilson, S. Q I I V . f " ' 5- Winkler Witte ' is 'i 7 " '.'V . 1 I f" . ,Q . ,M V I - Wilson. B. Wood ' I I N . V: at an ' Worth Wortham L Worthington . ' X h t' 1 ' X li I CAMERA SHY SOPHOMORES Alvin. Bacon, Bowman, Braasch, Bulthuis, Burnett, Burton, Carroll, Chapman, Clark, I. Davis. Denne, DeCaprio, DeVries, Edruoridcon, Eliason, F. Englund, I. Englund, W. Erickson, Fitzpatrick, B. Foster. L. Foster, Frieberg, Garcia, Gay. Glas, Glieson, Gravis. Hardy, Hauser, Hellery, E. Henderson, Howard, Humphrey, Imposino. H. Iackson. M. Iack- son. B. Iohnson, D. Iohnson. I. Iohnson, S. Iohnson. I. Iohnstone, M. Iones, M. Iordan, Kaselow, Kidd, Krause. Lairue. Larkin. Levora. Lucas. Luird, Maiter. Marquardt, Mason. May. McNeil, Milton, Mogoney, Muhr, Neste. Nolan, Ochman, Opper, Page, Parson, Pilar- ski, Pourchet, Prieb. Hainis, Reddick, Ridimski, Robinson, R. Rodgers, Rurmsweta, Seaman. Seitz, Selberter, Sheehan, Shuielt, Sillers. D. Smith, D. Smith, Steward, Stiles. Stoeber. Summers, I. Thomas, Vandenberg, Van Valen, Vasser, L. Vaughn, Vickers, Ward, Wiksten. IUNIORS Adams Akridge Allen Alsterda Arnquist Ault Bain, H. Bain, M. Bartruif Bathe Bauski Belski, D. Blacksher Bliss Boyle Bostrom Brattleat Braun Bullock Burge Bush, I. Carlson Carter Carthen Clements Cliiford Coleman Collard Cubulski Curtiss Curtiss Dahlstrom Dellert Deneen Dennerline Denton Dixon. A. Dixon, R. Dixon, W. Dokes Edlund Edson Eklund Elgin Andrews, E. Andrews. I. Arnold Bame Barlow Barr Belski. L. Benedick Bjork Bowen Bowman Broe Burke Burns Bush. D. Cassidy Chism Christie Consoer Corcoran Cserep Daniels Davis Dealy DeRouin Desch Dietz Duffy Eames Earlandson Elliott Enright Erickson 413--e i .f 04 6' 4 . ' ..-0 t 7' 'K . t lv fr ' ff? 1 1 rw B 5 D if at ai 5 5 ,,, 'fi 2 Q . A b", fw Fl n 'Q f . sf, A if - H B :L , 5 y 1 ' x il, s Q M K - 1 K' X f f i, i A gm Q i if , Qi 5 ' if D ' Y i? --i- il ,S A t 9 X K Vg N . . ., X i - ,lm J' S., ...-.. , 4 K W i lv va as ,rvk 5 , ,,.g, . -N Xi ,. t X ' ,455 V K WW f - my I I A .. Y. """'i2 .L ,, la V, .t - .fi ' K ' . ls ' f,A: . 33 I n t ZX , 5 A , Lk we ft Q, Sit. J X AMN 4-we a r I .X ,V :S-Z: -7- .Q Z? , U f, , jk Q.. . A h K ...E V ,V ry -Q A 6 wsu! 1413 -1 'Q ,... : 1- Z, V. , uf 5.1.4 I' Xu 'Q I . fx 7' M 1 Q"-Q 5 Y A 'Wa A Ag ,-,, W, t jf . 1 1 rv 'l"TQ" E21 . , .n . 3 we as 1 X 'M ii.., . , +91 .ff .Ai Q new L n 4 1 . MW . .!,.L ,,.L ...ms ee A r L 5 .L rw A Neff 5 W, 3 s X - -B stst E -B lil , ',,' '-Ei ,': 52 X Y I UNIORS Erickson. I. Erickson, S. Felgenhauer Fewkes Fortino Fowler Fredenburg Frederick Gee Geymer Giesen Gignac Gonzales Gordon Gorham Grail Haas Haggerty Hague Hall Heiiernan Helmick Hendricks Henry Holland Hooker Hoppe Hudson Iackson Iockisch Iohnso n, E. Iohnso n, R. King Klickner Kline Knies Kolasky Lamb Larson Lawler Long A Love Mains Marquardt Fields Filmer Flesvig Freeman Froeler Garlanger Goering Goetzi Golley Graper Gross Gunter Hallman Hansen Hart Henss Hespen Hodges Husarik Isles Ivie Iones Kamper Kozak Knerim Koch Kolar Lenahan Lettsome Lewaun ,Malison Mays McDade 4 Q ,, , V1 , V I A 5 - , A J Q .v V l h' N -I-:V -r.,,, .,, rr.,., M ,Mobi x 'Y VTZ1' -C, .3 " L N Q ig if K 'ff L n T ' I-'im-fl are 5X , X X NR ,S P Sill H Ei X ' K G l L A H ' T f f Q or 3 H. ll A Q, l " 1. K , A 'i" Vi-' 31 G lr. ' Q 'x x l 4 ll th' M A 'Q ':'l"' -,,f ' ir 8' L gif' Q. l f 0 flii, G V 'li V U .r G 2, r grill? gr ..., " r . , ,nil K. -U.. I i ai -s, If gnis Q V EN, 'A L it , i se.. L rrgrr lr ' A H l K, rxwyx ,, ww I ,. , F an . 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My l 551, K-J , fx . lil ff . -L 2 - Q K an r w 'T - 1 .. . i I F: 1 4 N an IUNIORS McDowell McFerran McGivern McKeaver Miller, I. Miller, N. Miller, S. Moats Morgan Morrill Morrison Morthorst Nyberg O'Connor ' Oetter Opfer Parker Pearson Peel Peterson. C. Polacek Prunty Randle Radcliff Robinson. A. Robinson, G. Rogers Romeo Schultheis Selheimer Shannon Shipley Smithson Spellman Stahl Stair Story Strand Strauss Strickland Taylor, R. Temple Thomas. F. Thomas, Iane D. Mehlan Meyer, M. Meyer, P. Mohler Molnar Moore Mraz Mueller Nordmeyer Ortez Owens Pannell Peterson. D. Phillips Piehler Reynolds Richter Ritter Sanders, B. Sanders, S. Schiesser Silloway Simpson Smith Steites Steurer Stier Stubblefield Tansey Taylor, N. Thomas, lane E Thornton Tipton 2 - ' . 'Y ' J, 'L In 3 I is Travis' fy., "W L A ' ' i f :'- , . Travis, L. ,, ' A L.:-' 9, 'Q-9' ' . Tremewen .g- 595:15 Q ' .. ' .. V 5 Tyler - ' ,. . Q 5. M W A A mi . i ' Q. ,mi ii -4 1 . Walker 'xQ " ,, ' S1 1 f e is .G W 83:11:59 ' G 1 .M ,, Ward 5 R ,.A., X I A LV -h - in ,- - 1' Avf. N . X H' , Z, 'X ,Q-... . W t , R. X We 'f -i .ggi A' in H f ii .C Whiicomb xfmxf 'X x Xf' i , , , . - A 1 Willis 4 -F., , " 'Z ' , "N .,1i1 " ' li ' Wilson B ll V' "'. 1 Quan- ,,f Q.. . - - E 1, . ' I - I fl.. Wilson' D' . , , A A,, Wilson' 5 T K ' X 52:3 ' r -A , 7 4, .- .,,M , ,1.A . i W Wylie 'fr f G -1 ' A K 1 G Wysocki ' -' b f ' , 1, . Q, ,: K K dj- A H- ' .',,., K 5, V N , W 'L,. . H ,. 1-' .I ZKV I .Q Young CAMERA SHY IUNIORS Anderson, Baker, Barclay. Beadleston. Burke, Bell, Bivins, Boyce, Briscoe, Britiain. , IUNIGRS Ulmer Vaughn Wahls Washing ton, E Washington, W Watson, Wilkins G. Williams, H. Williams, I. Wilson , M. Woiniak Wood Zeiss, P. Zeiss, R. Zuegel Brown, Cihulski, Clark, Coady. Crawford, Dass, Davis. Dorschler, Douglas, Ebersole, Ehrhczrdt. Englund, Filhe, Fox, Frazier, French, Gay, Griggs, Guelle. Haynes, Hammoriree, Hender- son, Holm, Kelin, Howe, Irving, C. Iohnson, C. Iones, Kelly, Kisher, Kolst, Kopmcmn, Koicm, Kraft, Kupecky, Luckelt, Madigan, Marx, McKenzie, McManus. Melin, Meyer. Miller, Moroney, Passagalia, Pialher. Pierce, Pitan, Quinn, Rees, Reil. Roberts, C. Robinson, inson, Salvalo, Salvaiori, Schau. Schoeneker, Shaw. Sorensen, Sproul, Stafford. Moore, F. Rob- Sykes, Toosley. Teuscher, VcmAbbema, F. Walker, Wesley, Wiencek. Williams, Wilson. Wimberly. 4 s ,...,,.,,.,,,' 1571 ' my :gli ' l ' I 5 1 1 4, i r ' ' 1 A I 0 J' x ff ,,W,,,N ...M ...MM- ,,,,..,.,a--f-f e Ei T T G H , Y J 5 E 11 Q E T3 ' fy g fu f,,,, , fy I "4 ll: 1X ., Q . 3 , . ' v I ,f af, f EQ. ' if . I XQQQIQK. .f lmvgii- ' 5' ag. H -J, 1 "ze wi If Q34 5233111 Q Sue Weaver, Tom Dyckmcm. Ncmcy Loving, Skip Greenwood January Class of 1950 Class Officers As the leoders of the Ictnuory cldss, these people served most efficiently. Their clossmoltes showed -good judgment when they chose Skip Greenwood, Noncy Loving, Sue Weotver. ond Tom Dyclcmon os president, vice-president, secretory ond trectsurer, respectively. Besides these officers, other orspects of Senior closs work were token core of by votrious committees. These committees ond the choirmotn of eolch ore os follows: Commencement - Helen Fitch Socidl 4 Noncy Loving Cctp cnd Gown - Richorrd Borber Finornce - Tom Dyckmon Assembly - Noncy Weinfeld Gift - Bruce Mitchell Announcement - Shirley Brctnom As o gift to the school, the class donoted money to the fund for the public address system. SONALITIES Because of a genial smile and a keen engaging disposition. Nancy is planning to sense of humor, Sue Weaver has earned for attend Miami University at Oxford, Ohio, after herself a high place in the minds of her fellow her graduation. Classmates. Sempr C1055 Ofhcgr' National Aside from being senior class treasurer, Honor Somew Ofhcer' and GMS Glee Club member of the National Honor Society and a officer attest to her superior ability. All these former president of Tau Epsilon! Tom Dilckmqn qualities plus her Outglfmdmg Scholarship rec- has been selected for the added honor of be-- Ord Wm HO doubt md her when She enters ing elected a personality by his classmates. Mlchlgcm Stale' Where She hopes fo Commue Tom Would like to enter Annapolis after his her education. graduation Qur sparkling Star Queen richly deserves Friendly, athletic, and a good leader are the honor she earned last Christmas. Nancy' the main points which can be used to describe Loving is truly a shining star, with her excel- lohn "Skip" Greenwood. Being a Senior class lent scholarship and fine character. This can officer, a member of the basketball team, be proved by noting her active membership in leader of the jazz band, former SA officer, and various school organizations including Tau Ep' participating in various other activities, have silon, Cfor seven semesters? and as an officer put Skip on the list of all 'round boys. Skip, in the National l-lonor Society. Besides this, after his graduation, plans to attend the Unif she is truly queenly, with pretty features and versity of lllinois. "0-'---...,.t,. ,, N---....,,,n-N...m,mMM1y Tom Dyckma n, Nancy Loving, Sue Weave r, Skip Greenwood AKERS, IANE V S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Pan American 2, 3, 4, Ouilpen 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Student Council l, 2, Senior Council, Student Admin., Announce- ment Committee. Vanderpoel Northwestern ALEXANDER, GRETCHEN S. A. 3, 4, Hall Guard 2. james McCash. Peters Bus. Sch. ALLEN, KENNETH S. A. 3, 4, Camera Club 2, V. E. S. B. 2, Flounders, Hall Guard 2. Esmond Wilson ARCHIBALD, IAMESX S. A., V. E. S. B. l, 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew l, 2, 3, Biology Club 2, 3, Art Club 3, 4, Or- chestra l, Student Admin. 1, 2, 3, 4. Sutherland Illinois Wesleyan f, BAIN, BARBARA vi S. A., Business Rep. l, 2, 3, 4, Clean-Up Committee 3, H. R. S. G. 4, Biology Club 2, Stu- dent Council 3, Curtain Club 2, Art Club Z, Student Admin. 3, Flounders. Vanderpoel Illinois BAKER, MARIE S. A., Flounders, Hall Guard. Shoop Bishop BARBER, RICHARD S. A., Business Rep. l, 2, 3, Pan American Z, 3, Tau Epsi- lon, Senior Council Cap and Gown Committee Chairman, Exterior Guard 2, 3, A Cap- pella 3, Curtain Club 3, Hall Guard l, 4. Esmond Illinois 913 BEARD, IOAN S. A., S. B. l. 3, Student Admin. 3, Ouilpen 3, 4, Elounders, Hall Guard 2, Classroom Officer 4. Shoop Roosevelt '4- 3111: . sm e BERLIN, DOROTHY 'iiI7 H J E . z kr, .. UU 5 .sez .. '--rr-Q' , f fav' 1 . I9 fr S. A., Flounders, Cheerlead- ers l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Emblem Club President 4, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Student Admin. 2, 3, Board ot Control 4. if 1 .Q-..., y Mt. Green wood Undecided f . ,ij ' . 7 ' 'E Q, . BEYER. CARLA F . if S. A., Curtain Club l, 2, 3, 4, 'fy 'V V A Cappella 3, 4, Girls' Glee 1 -5 tzz. 1 Club l, 2, Biology Club 2, 3, -4, 4 - Flounders Interior Committee its 4, Student Admin. 3, Art Club 2, H. R. S. G. 4. 5 . Vanderpoel Goodman Theater 'E .JUN BOYLE, IOHN S. A., Football 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball 3, 4, Boys' Emblem Club 3, Sec'y 4, Parkway Committee Chairman 3, Inter- ior Guard 4, Student Council n , gf 3 'jeff X i 3, Hall Guard 4, Senior Coun- cil. Barnard Bradley if ly BRANOM, SHIRLEY S. A., Flounders, Curtain Club l, 2, 3, Treasurer 4, Tau Ep- silon l, 2, 3, 4, Pan American 2, Biology Club 2, National Honor Society 4, Student blem Club 4, Senior Council. Sutherland Beloit Admin. l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Em- BROWNFIELD, THOMAS J S. A.5 Boys' Emblem Club 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Hall Guard 35 Intramural Baseball 35 ln- tramural Basketball 3. Mt. Greenwood Elmhurst BURDEN, ALICE S. A.5 Hall Guard 2. Shoop Providence Nursing School l CAIN, MERLE S. A.5 Poster Committee 35 Bi- ology Club 2, 35 Social Com- mittee5 Production 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 35 Football l, 2, 35 Iazz Band 2, 35 Quilpen l, 2, 3. Christ the King lllinois CAMPBELL. GRETCHEN W S. A.5 Tau Epsilon 25 Cheer- leaders 1, 2, 3, 45 H. B. S. G. 3, 4, Sec'y 45 Girls' Emblem Club Vice-President 45 S. B. I. 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Stu- dent Admin. 3, 45 Pan Ameri- can 35 Flounders. Sutherland Vogue l CARLSON, CARYN - S. A.5 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 Red Cross Council l, 2, 3, Pres. 45 Hall Guard l, 25 Latin Club 2, 35 Biology Club 25 Stu- dent Admin. l, 25 Flounders5 Senior Council5 Social Com- mittee 4. Sutherland DePauw CONWAY. CLARENCE S. A.5 Hall Guard 35 Baseball 35 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Boys' Em- blem Club 2, 3, 4. Shoop Wilson CRAVENER, BLANCHE Concert Band l, Z, 3, Sec'y 45 Orchestra l, 2, 35 Biology Club 2, Sec'y 35 Girls' Emblem Club 3, 45 Quill G Scroll 45 Ernpehi News Staff 45 Pan American 35 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 Na- tional Honor Society5 Senior Council. Vanderpoel lllinois DANIELSEN. CARL S. A.5 Fire Guard 3, 45 Usher Force 3, 4. Three Oaks, Mich. M. P. l. C. DAUM, ROBERT S. A.5 A. Y. L. l5 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 35 Stage Crew 15 German Club 2. Sutherland DERTHICK. BARBARA 'f S. A.5 Flounders5 Tau Epsilon l, 25 Student Council 25 Stu- dent Admin. l, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 25 A Cappella 2, 3, 45 Girls' Emblem Club 3, 4. Barnard DEVRIES. IAMES S. A.5 Hall Guard l, Z, 3, 45 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 German Club Z, 35 Track Team 25 Flounders5 Biology Club 2, 35 Senior Prom Committee5 Sen- ior Banquet Committee. Vanderpoel Southern California DYCKMAN, FRANCES S. A.5 Biology Club 3, -15 H. R. S. G. 3, 45 Girls' Emblem Club 45 Tau Epsilon 45 Stu- dent Admin. l, 2, 3, 4. Mt. Greenwood De Paul 31 DYCKMAN, THOMAS S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Wrestling 3, 4, Senior Class Treasurer, Red Cross Council 3, 4, Board of Control 4, Senior Council, Public Relations Committee 3, Pan American 2, Hall Guard 2. Clissold Annapolis DYSLIN. SALLY V S. A., Elounders, Poster Com- mittee 2, Red Cross Council 2, 3, Biology Club 2, 3, Concert Band 4, Pan American 2, 3, Production l, 3, 4. Sutherland Illinois EDDY, MARY ELLEN S. A., Flounders, Art Club 3, Red Cross Council 2, Student Council 2, A Cappella 3, 4, Senior Council, Cap and Gown Committee, Sutherland New Mexico U. EDLUND, DOLORES S. A., Student Administration 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Probation Committee 4, Inter- ior Committee 4, H. R. S. G. 3, Art Club 3. Mt. Greenwood Undecided FARAGHER. BARBARA S, A., Flounders, Hall Guard 3, Student Administration 4, Social Committee 3, Student Council 2. Sutherland Undecided FARAGHER, DWIGHT S. A., A. Y. L., Flounders, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Iazz Band 2, 3, 4, Smoking Com- mittee l. Sutherland Illinois fu I 1 I 32, -A ,. HE. M fifgt.. ,Vs 'Z' if .I Q :gr "' x 4... Vg . f V ,. FERGUSON, ROSEMARY S. A., Flounders, Hall Guard 3, 4, Classroom Officer 2, 3. Shoop Wilson FEWKES, IOHN S. A., Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Swimming Team l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Boys' Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, Interior Inspector 4, Senior Council. Barnard Illinois FINN, CHARLES S. A., V. E. S. B. l, 2, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Pan American 2, 3, Or- chestra l, 2, 3, 4, Concertmas- ter 4, Board oi Control 4, Stu- dent Admin. Barnard Illinois FITCH, HELEN t, S. A., Business Staff Copy- writer 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, National Honor President, Senior Council, H. R. S. G. 4, Board of Control 4, Student Council 2, Pan American 2, Glee Club l, 2, 3, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Student Admin. 2, 3, 4. Kellogg Denison FOX. DOROTHY S. A., Elounders, Student Admin. 2, Div. Rep. 2. St. Barnabas Northwestern FRAZIER, ROBERT S. A., Hall Guard 2, A. Y. L., Track Team l. Shoop Chicago Tech. FREEMAN, HAROLD S. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, Elounders 1, Fire Guard 3, V. E. S. B. 1, Usher Force 3. Shoop Roosevelt A GLASER, PATRICIA V S. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Elounders 1, Hall Guard 1, Majorette 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Rep. 3, Biology Club 2, 3, Sec'y 2. Clissold Latin American lnstiture GREENWOOD, IOHN S. A. Vice-President 3, 4, Sen- ior Class President, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Capt. 3, Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres 4, Tau Epsi- lon 2, 3, 4, Chairman Board ol Control, Assembly Committee 3, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, lazz Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Leader 4. Barnard Illinois GRIGSBY, CLAUDETTE H, R. S. G. 3, 4, Emblem Club 4, Tau Epsilon 3, Orchestra l, 2, 3, Pan American 3, Student Administration 3, 4. Vanderpoel Beloit HARPER, BETTY Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, Orches' tra 2, 3, Quilpen 2, 3, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Curtain Club 4, National Honor 4, Quill and Scroll President 4, Empehi News, 2nd Page Editor 4. Clissold Cornell HARRIS, RAYMOND S. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, V. E. S. B. 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, Fire Guard 2, Usher Force. Shoop Wilson Ir. HARRIS, WIZAMAE S. A, l, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, S. B. 1. 3, Elounders 1, 2, Student Administration 2, 3. Esmond Peters Business School HAXBY, ROBERT S. A. l, 2, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, Hall Guard 3, Basketball 1, 2, Emblem Club l, 2, Intramural Sports 1. Esmond Colorado U. HENSS, ANN - S, A., Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, Pan American 2, 3, Biology Club 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Orchestra 4, Student Council 3, Student Administration. Esmond Lawrence HILL, ARTHUR S. A., Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, V. E. S. B. 1, 2, 3, 4, Tau Ep- silon 1, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2, 3, Biology Club 3, lazz Band 1, Z, Flounders, Student Admin- istration 1, 2, 3, 4. Sutherland lll. lnst. Tech. HORTON, IAMES S. A. 1, 2, Hall Guard 1, 2, Eire Guard 1, 2, 3, Iunior Band l, 2. Shoop Wilson Ir. IACKSON, IOANNE S. A. 2, 3, 4, Flounders, Art Club 4, Poster Committee 4, Hall Guard 2. Esmond Wisconsin 33 IOHNSON. ROBERT S. A,5 Hall Guard 2, 35 Stage Crew l, 2, 35 V. E, S. B. l, 2, 3, 4, Manager 45 Pan Ameri- can 25 Band 3, 45 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 35 Board ot Control 45 Student Administration l, 2, 3, 4. Sutherland I1l.lr1st. Tech. IOHNSON, SUZANNE S. A.5 Tau Epsilon l, 3, 45 Empehi News Staff 45 Pan American 25 Hall Guard 35 Student Council l, 3, 45 Em- blem Club 45 Student Admin- istration l, 2, 3, 45 Senior So- cial Comm. Kellogg Wisconsiri KINZIE, BETTE National Honor5 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 Literary Editor, Empehi News Stall 45 Emblem Club 45 Biology Club Treas- urer 45 Latin Club 3, 45 Cur- tain Club 2, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 4. Clissold Lawrence KINZIE, LOUISE National Honor5 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 Empehi News Staff5 Biology Club 3, 4, Sec. 45 A Cappella Z, 3, 45 Glee Club l5 Curtain Club Z, 45 Commence- ment Comm. 4. Clissold Denison KLEIN, SUZANNE ' S. A. l, 2, 3, 45 Flounders5 Bi- ology Club 45 A. Y. L. Barnard MacMurray LACH. ELAINE S. A.5 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 45 Na- tional Honor5 Emblem Club 45 Pan American 35 H. B. S. G. 3, 45 Biology Club 35 Assembly Comm, 4. Variderpoel Beloit LAMPADIUS, PAUL N! S. A.5 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball Z, 35 Senior Council5 Tau Epsilon 25 Emblem Club 3, 45 Assembly Comm. 45 Interior Guard 4. Kellogg Beloit LAPATO, CAROLE " S. A. l, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 45 Biology Club 2, 35 Floun- ders5 Hall Guard 25 Art Club 35 Poster Comm. 3, 4. Barnard Vogue LEONHARDT, ROBERT S. A. l, 2, 3, 4. Clissold M. P. I, C. LETTSOME, ALEEN Tau Epsilon 2, 35 Curtain Club l, 2, 3, 45 Speakers' Bureau 45 Empehi News, 3rd Page Editor 45 Quilpen Z, 3, 4, Sec'y 35 Quill and Scroll 45 Com- mencement Comm.5 Student Administration 2, 35 Biology Club 25 H. B, S. G. 3. Sutherland Cornell LEWIS. CLAUDE S. A.5 Hall Guard l, 25 lnter- ior Guard 25 Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Junior Band l5 Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Emblem Club 2, 3, 4. Shoop Wilson Ii. LOVING, NANCY Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 National Honor Treasurer5 Vice-Presi- dent Senior Class5 Student Council 35 Pan American l, 25 Assembly Comm. 3, 45 Social Comm. 3, 45 Student Adminis- tration 2, 3, 45 Senior Council. Clissold Miami U. LYNCHE, MOZELLE S. A., Hall Guard, Student Administration 4, Shoop Roosevelt MAHON, BETTY H. R. S. G. 3, 4, Pres. 4, Latin Club 3, 4, lnterior Comm. 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Pres, 4, Emblem Club 4, Bd, of Control 4, National Honor, Student Administration l, 2, 4. Clissold lowa U, MAIER, HERBERT S. A., Tau Epsilon 2, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Usher Force 3, 4, Fire Guard 2, 3, 4, Rifle Team 3, 4. Atwood Hts. Wilson lr. MCCRACKEN, THEODORE S. A., V. E. S. B, l, Z, 3, 4, Hall Guard 4, Flounders, Bi- ology Club 2. Mt. Greenwood l. l. T. MCGILL, PATRICIA National Honor Secretary 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Com- mencement Comm. 4, H. R. S. G. 4, Glee Club l, 2, A Cap- pella 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 3, Business Stall Secretary- Treasurer 4. Esmond Principia MCPHERSON, ANDREW S. A., Fire Guard 4, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, lazz Band 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4. Moseley Drake MILLER, LORETTA v S. A., Student Administration 3, Glee Club 3, 4, H, R. S. G. 3, 4, A Cappella 3, Biology Club 3. Kellogg Illinois MITCHELL, BRUCE Student Council 2, Tau Epsi- lon 4, Senior Gift Comm., Poster Comm. 3, Senior Coun- cil, Fresh.-Soph. Football I, S. A. Promotion Comm. 3, 4, Empehi News Staff 4. Barnard Illinois MORK. ROBERT S. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard l, Wrestling Team 2, 3, 4. Vanderpoel Michigan NICHOLS, WILBERT S. A. l, 2, 3, 4. Shoop Wilson lr. NOLAN, LAVERNE 'fr S, A. l, 2, 3, 4, Flounders 1, Glee Club l, Hall Guard l. Barnard Vogue O'CONNOR, MARY MARGARET S. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Art Club 2, Flounders l, Student Adminis- tration l, A Cappella 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, H. R. S. G. 3, 4, Senior Assembly Comm. Marseilles, lll. Chicago Normal Teachers Col. 35 'ii OTHALLORAN, CLARK Clissold Illinois OLOWECKI. IANET S. A., Elounders Secretary li Hall Guard 1, Student Admin- istration l, Student Council I, Tau Epsilon l. Kellogg Illinois ONAYO. CHARLES S. A., Track Team l, 2, Bas- ketball 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard l, 3, Band l, Z, 3, 4, Interior Comm. 3, 4. Shoop Mexico PARSON, ADRIENNE S. A. l, 2, 3, 4, Flounders, Hall Guard, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4. Barnard PESCHEL, BETSY ' S. A., A Cappella 3, 4, Cur- tain Club 3, 4, Art Club 2, 3, Biology Club 3: Flounders, Hall Guard Z, 3, Student Council Z, 3. St. Barnabas M. P. l. C. PETERSON, FRED S. A., Art Club 2, 3, Biology Club 2, 3, Hall Guard 4, Flounders, Financial Comm. 4. Mt. Greenwood Wilson lr. -Q ' v gre... "X-Q.,-. PETTY, EDITH S. A., Biology Club 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Emblem Club 4, Tau Spsilon 3, Student Ad- ministration 3, 4. Senn H. S. DePauw PIKTUZIS, GEORGE S. A., Baseball 3, 4, Emblem Club 3, 4, Pres, 4, Hall Guard. All Saints PUTZLER. RICHARD Plounders, Photo Staff, An- nual Stali, News Staff, Art Club, Football 3, Wrestling l, 2, 3. Mt. Greenwood QUIST, IUNE National Honor 4, Quill and Scroll Secretary 4, Tau Epsi- lon l, Z, 3, 4, Art Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Bus. Rep. 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff, Senior Ed. 4, H. R. S. G. 3, 4, Public Rela- tions Comm. 4, Board of Con- trol 4, Student Administration l, 2, 3, 4. Fenger H. S. Bradley RAY, WELDON S. A., Football 2, 3, 4, Wres- tling 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, 3, 4, S. B. '. 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 3, 4, Probation Comm. 4. Shoop Illinois REID, DOLORES Hall Guard 4, Student Admin- istration 3, Elounders. Shoop Kentucky REILLY, IACK A Cappella l, 2, 3, 4, Vice- Pres. 4, News Staff 3, 4, Ass't 4tl'i Page Editor 4, V. E. S. B, l, 2, 3, Pres. 3, Red Cross Council 4, Quill and Scroll Vice-President 4, Assembly Comm. 4, Interior Comm. 3, 4, Board of Control 3, Student Council l, Financial Comm. 4. Clissold Illinois ROURKE, ELSIE LOU S. A., Hall Guard 4, Vanclerpoel SAMUELS, CHARLOTTE S. A., Hall Guard 3, Floun- ders. Shoop Michigan SCHMIDT, HAROLD S. A., Swimming 4, Emblem Club 4, Concert Band 4, Hall Guard 3. Vanderpoel Illinois scHUETz, EDWARD if S. A., Flounders, Art Club l, Pan American 2, 3, Student Administration 2, 3: A Cap- pella 3, 4, Interior Guard 2, 3. Barnard Illinois SCHWAAR, GENE S. A., Swimming l, 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 3, 4, V. E. S. B. l, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Stage Crew 2, 3. Esmond Illinois SCOTT. SENOLA S. A., Flounders, Hall Guard 4. Shoop SEAMAN. DONNA V S, A., Flounders, Pan Ameri- can 3, 4, Hall Guard l, 2, 3, Curtain Club 3, Senior Coun- cil, Student Council l, 2, Art Club 2. Barnard Monticello SEXTON, ROBERT l' S. A., Flounders, V. E. S. B. Manager 3, Board of Control 3, Football l, 2, A Cappella l, 2, 3, 4, Bus. Rep. 2, Stage Crew l, 2, Announcement Comm. 4. Sutherland Illinois SHEIBLEY, TOM S. A., Flounders, Hall Guard 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Emblem Club 4. Vanderpoel Michigan SMITH, ALFRED S. A., Usher Force l, 2, 3, 4, Fire Guard l, 2, 3, 4, Student Court 2, V. E. S. B. 1, 2, 3, 4, S, B. I. 3. Shoop l. l. T. SMITH, CAPTOLA S. A., Flounders, Hall Guard. Shoop U. C. L. A. 37 STEFANELLI, CARMELA S. A., Flounders, Cheerlead- ers l, Z, 3, 4, Capt. 4, H. B. S. G. 3, 4, Pres. 4, Board of Con- trol 4, Emblem Club 4, S. B. I. 4. Barnard Fox TALCOTT. WILLIAM S. A., Flounders, Biology Club 2, 3, Hall Guard l, 3, 4, Stu- dent Administration 4, Interior Comm. 4. Vanderpoel Wilson II. THOMPSON, ALFRED S. A., Elounders, Football 2, 3, Wrestling 3. Shoop Illinois VAN DYKE, IOYCE S. A., Pan American 2, 3, Quilpen 3, 4, Student Admin- istration 4, Art Club Z, 3, 4, Pres. 3, Board of Control 3, Annual Staff, Art Editor 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, National Honor 4. Esmond Art Institute WARREN, DELORES S. A., Hall Guard l, S. B. I. 3. Shoop Kentucky WEAVER, SUE A Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Vice-President 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Senior Class Secretary: Clean-up Comm. 3, 4, H. R. S. G. 3, 4, Treas. 3, Emblem Club 3, 4, A Cap- pella l, 2, Glee Club 3, 4, Public Relations Comm. 4. Clissold Michigan State 'xii 5 . 1 f WEINFELD, NANCY Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, Curtain Club 3, 4, Financial Comm. 4, Senior Assembly Comm., Pub- lic Relations Comm. 4, Senior Council, Poster Comm. 2, 3, Empehi News Staff 3, 4, Stu- dent Council 2, 3, Art Club 2. Kellogg Grinnell WHITE, ELISE 'Y S. A., Elounders President, Clean-up Comm. 3, 4, Curtain Club 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 4, Biology Club 2, Senior Gilt Comm., Board of Control lr Student Council. Vanderpoel Monticello WHITMER, DOROTHY ' S. A., Flounders, Pan Ameri- can 2, Biology Club 3, Art Club 3, Hall Guard Z, 3, Quil- pen 3, 4, Student Administra- tion 4, H. B. S. G. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4. Clissold Millikan WILLINGHAM, RICHARD S. A., Hall Guard l, 3, V. E. S. B. l, 2, Football 2, 3, Emblem Club 3, 4. Esmond Undecided WOOTEN, EDWARD S. A., lunior Band, S. B. I. Shoop Wilson lr. ZEISSLER. ELAINE S. A., Flounders, Student Ad- ministration l, 2, H. R. S. G. 3, Biology Club 3, Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Sutherland Illinois w l FEBRUARY Nancy Loving Skip Greenwood Nancy Loving Bruce Mitchell Elise White Merle Cain Mary Ellen Eddy Bob Harris Sally Dyslin Merle Cain Tom Dyckrnan Kinzie Twins Shirley Branorn Torn Sheibley Carmela Stetanelli lack Fewkes Barbara Lou Earagher Dick Barber Elaine Lach Dick Willingham Betty Mahon Dick Barber Nancy Loving and Skip Greenwood Betsy Peschel Hall of Fame Most popular girl Most popular boy Best looking girl Best looking boy Best dressed girl Best dressed boy Girl with best line Boy with best line Best girl dancer Best boy dancer Most studious boy Most studious girl Most bashtul girl Most bashtul boy Most athletic girl Most athletic boy Girl with best sense ot humor Boy with best sense ot humor Most dignified girl Most dignified boy l-lungriest girl l-lungriest boy Best couple Cutest girl lUNE Aliatie Tharp Iohn Seaman Ioan Eustace Don Carlson Lucia Nagler Torn Shannon Barbara Shields Doug Fry Lucia Nagler Ed Baker Bob l-lowat Marian Dawn Durst Evelyn Sabel Boland Snyder Roberta Brown Ed Pattara Lynn Stephens Doug Fry Betty Stroud Bob l-lowat ,Sheila Burke Doug Smith Barbara Worth and Don Carlson Sue Gooch l as if K . June Class of 1950 Class Officers Directing the activities ot the Iune class ol l95U were the following officers: president, Iohn Seaman, vice-president, Ieanne De Butts, secretary, Richard Tursmang treasurer, Herbert Thompson. As in previous years, the senior divisions appointed rep- resentatives to the Senior Class Council. The Council included the committee chairmen and the officers. The committee heads lor the semester Were: Doug Fry, Assembly Committee, Don Carlson, Cap and Gown, Louise Bohman, Commencement, Betty Stroud, Gift, Harold Zoellick, Announcement. is ne personality, Versatile lohn Seaman, a lu the senior class, and also is the president of the president of Tau Epsilon. included among Iohn's many other activities are: membership in National Honor Society, Pan American, Student Court, Probation Committee, Financial Promotion Committee, A Cappella, Boys' Emblem Club, and the varsity football team. Ieanne De Butts, the "veep" ot the senior class, is also a personality. Ieanne is also a member of the Social Committee, Financial Promotion Committee, the Empehi News Staff, Curtain Club, Tau Epsilon and A Cappella. cl to describe 'lTops" is about the best wor l s personali- T m Shannon, another ot the cas A 'd nt ot National Honor o ties. Tom is the presi e Society, the chairman ot the Public Relations Committee, the chairman ot the Speakers' Bureau, a member ot Tau Epsilon, Clean-up Committee, Social Committee, a Student Court Iudge, the basketball team, and the secretary of Boys' Emblem Club. The Vice-president ot the S. A., Katie Tharp, was also selected as a senior person- ality. Katie, well known tor her ready smile and humor, is a member ot the Social Com- mittee, Poster Committee, Board ot Control, National Honor Society, Tau Epsilon, and H. R. S. G. PERSONALITIES ARLON, YVONNE S. A., Student Administration, Biology Club 3, Flounders L. Kellogg Northwestern BAKER. EDWARD fl S. A., Social Committee 2, 4, Student Council l, 2, 3: Board of Control 2, Red Cross Council 2, 3, Sec. 3, Tau Ep- silon 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Beginners' Band l, 2, Pres. 2, Fire Guard l, 2, 3, 4. Esmond Illinois BARKER. SUE S. A., Flounders l, Student Administration l, 2, Biology Club 3, 4, H. R. S. G. 3, 4, Art Club 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Divi- sion Room Officer 4. Trumbull M. P. l. C, BARNEY, EDDIE S. A., Concert Band 3, 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Hall Guard. Shoop Wilson BECKMEN, RICHARD S. A., Emblem Club 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, Biology Club 3, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, lazz Band l, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 3, 4. Atwood Heights M. P. l. C. BELL, BONNIE S. A., Flounders l, H. R. S. G. 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, Art Club 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, Student Administration 2. Clissold Undecided iafflfwi BELL, CLEO S. A. New York City Michael Reese Nursing School BLUHM, WARREN S. A., Beginners' Band l, 2, Concert Band l, 2, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Assembly Guard l, 2, 3, 4, Fire Guard l, 2, 3, 4, Usher Force l, 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard l, 2, Rifle Team l, 2. Sutherland Undecided BOHMAN, LOUISE S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club Z, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Ouilpen 2, Student Administration l, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, Board of Control 3, 4, Or- chestra 3, 4, Pres. 4, Pan American Club 4, National Honor Society 4. Vanderpoel Lawrence BOLTON, RUSSELL S. A., Flounders l, Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Pan American Club 2, 4, Biology Club 2, 4, Hall Guard 2, 3, 4, Swim Team 2, 3, Division Room Officer 2, Student Administration l. Clissold Purdue BORSATO, DIANA S. A., Latin Club 2, Flounders l. Bennett Normal BRADTKE, IEANNETTE V S. A., Biology Club 2, Pan American Club 2, A Cappella 3, Division Room Secretary 4, Student Administration 3, Tau Epsilon 4, Curtain Club 2. Academy ot Our Lady Western Michigan BRITTAIN, ROBERT S. A.5 Flounclers l5 Hall Guard 35 Tau Epsilon 4. Vanderpoel University of Chicago BROCKER, WILLIAM S. A. Beloit, Wisconsin Undecided BROWN, ROBERTA S. A.5 Student Administration 2, 3, 45 Division Room Officer 3. Barnard BURKE, BABARA S. A.5 Student Council 35 Bi- ology Club 35 H. R. S. G. 45 lnterior Comm. 45 Curtain Club 45 Student Administra- tion. Cool: M. P. I. C, BURKE, BERNADINE S. A.5 Flounders l5 H. R. S. G, 35 Biology Club 35 Tau Epsi- lon l, 25 Pan American Club 35 Division Room Officer 35 Student Administration l, Z, 3. St. Margaret San Diego State BURKE. SHEILA S. A.5 Division Room Officer 3, Hall Guard 45 Pan American Club 4. St. Margaret Michigan State BURKHART, THOMAS S, A.5 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 45 Swimming Team l, 2, 3, 45 Emblem Club 2, 3, 45 Pan American Club 2, 35 Biology Club 25 Orchestra l, Z5 Iazz Band 2, 3, 45 Student Council 2. Clissold Michigan CARLSON, DONALD V' S. A.5 Red Cross Council 2, 3, 45 Clean Up Comm. 3, 4, Pres. 45 Pan American 35 Swimming Team l, 2, 3, 45 Board of Con- trol 45 Biology Club 25 Tau Ep- silon l, 2, 3, 45 Emblem Club 2, 3, 45 Football 2. Sutherland Illinois CHANCELLOR. IOAN S. A.5 Elounders l5 H. R. S. G. 4' Art Club 2. MountGre-enwood Marquette COLE, MARY S. A.5 Concert Band l, 2, Sec'y 3, Librarian 45 Orchestra l, 2, 35 Glee Club l, 2, 45 Quilpen l, 2, 3, 45 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Emblem Club 4. Varzderpoel Iowa Wesleyan rfwtff k a :Q ,A g , ggi ' A COLEMAN, LORETTA 5 A A S. A.5 Student Administration 4, 5 'Q 45 Division Room Officer 25 .-Sf' Tau Epsilon 3, 45 Hall Guard 45 H, R. S. G. 45 Glee Club 4. Esmond U. C. L. A. t .V CRANE, KATHLEEN S. A.5 Flounclers l5 Quilpen 25 Biology Club 25 Student Ad- ministration l, 2, 35 Student Council 45 Tau Epsilon 3, 4: Orchestra l, 2, 3, 45 Empehi News Staff 4. Clissold Wesley Memorial Nurse's Col. I 43 CRANE. RUTH S. A., Elounders l. Mount Greenwood Undecided t f f CREMIEUX. NETTIE '4 S. A., Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Empehi News Staff 3, 4, Editor 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Board of Control 4, Executive Comm. 4, A Cappella l, 2, 3, 4, Bed Cross Council 4, Ouilpen l, 2, 3, National Honor Society 4. Vanderpoel Beloit CRIPE, RICHARD S. A., V. E. S. B. 2, 3, 4, Bi- ology Club 3, 4, Art Club 4. North Iackson, Ohio Undecided CRUMMER, WILLIAM 'X S. A., Clean Up Comm. 4, Stu- dent Council 3, Hall Guard 2, Exterior Guard 4, Interior Guard 3, 4, Vanderpoel Illinois CUSAC. BARBARA S. A., Flounders 1, Hall Guard l, 2, Student Exchange 4, Clissold Undecided DANNE, WILLIAM S. A., Hall Guard 3, Clean Up Comm. 4, Biology Club 2, Flounders l, Exterior Guard 4, Interior Guard 4. Harvard School tor Boys Wisconsin X DE BUTTS, IEANNE S. A., Tau Epsilon 4, A Cap- pella 4, Curtain Club 4, Social Committee 4, Financial Pro- motion Comm. 4, Senior Prom Committee 4, Empehi News Staff 4, H. B. S. G. 3, 4, Senior Class Vice-President. Sutherland Beloit DILLON. IAMES S. A., Tau Epsilon 3, Latin Club 3, 4, Treas. 3, Interior Guard 2, 3, Student Court 3, Rifle Team 2, 3, Captain 3, Eire Guard 2, 3, 4, Color Guard 2, 3, Usher Force 2, 3, 4, Division Boom Officer 3. Franklin Illinois 3... .- A DixoN. WILLIAM S. A., Elounders l, Track Team 2, 3, Hall Guard 3, Pan American Club 4, Poster Comm. 4, Biology Club 2, Art Club 4 Shoop Wilson . DUFFY, CHARLES 4:3 S. A., Empehi News Staff 3, 4, Student Administration l, 2, Quilpen l, 2, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Pan American Club 2, 3, 4, Division Boom Officer l, 2, 3, Picked Platoon l, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Usher Force 2, 3, 4. Clissold Northwestern DU MAIS, LOIS S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Ouilpen 4, Art Club 4, Stu- dent Administration l, 2, 3, 4, Pan American Club 4, Curtain Club 4. Vanderpoel Chicago Normal DUNGILL, CHARLES S. A., Hall Guard 3, 4, Pan American Club 3. Shoop Roosevelt DUNNETT, HEILA S. A., Hall Guard 2, 3, Biology Club 2, H. R. S. G. 3, 4, Stu- dent Administration 3, A Cap- pella 3, 4, Curtain Club 4, Glee Club 4, Division Room Officer l, 2, 3, Senior Social Comm. Sutherland MacMurray DURST, MARIAN DAWN S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Flounders 1, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Ouilpen l, Z, 3, 4, Pres, 4, Emblem Club 3, 4, Executive Comm. 4, Board of Control 4, .Zinnual Staff, Editor-in-chief Kellogg Valparaiso DYSLIN, ROBERT Clissold Purdue ECKMAN, IOAN AS. A.: Student Administration Mount Greenwood Undecided EDMONDSON, DOROTHY S. A. Holy Name of Mary Fisk EMERY. ROBERT S. A.: Hall Guard 3. Barnard Undecided .,. -4 2 ttr' W' wi is 5 -,332 4 4 : .xr .. t f K 2 it Q . f .fav .5,'.igfi,.f.ifm. '-1 ' . ,fm .t -f 1 i XT-3'-"' +s.,Jf.., J g V K df? 3 ,sl 4 A' 0 lg 'S .ta gg w, V. eg? .L '52, 1,3 'R Q 5 a ' if , k, ...,. - E., , 61,252 'W Q kj r EUSTACE, IOAN i S. A., Division Room Officer 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, H. R. S. G. 3, Smoking Comm. 3, Poster Comm. 2. St. Margaret Purdue EWING, WALLACE S. A. Marion, Virginia Undecided FAUST. NORMA S, A., Student Administration 4. Bowen High Illinois Wesleyan FLESHER, DAVID S. A., Student Council 2, 3, Iazz Band Z, 3, 4, Biology Club 4, Student Administration l, Beginners' Band l, 2, Concert Band 2, Marching Band 2, Hall Guard 2. Esmond Illinois FOWLER, ROBERT S. A., Division Boom Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Curtain Club 4, Poster Comm. 4, Assembly Comm. l, 2, 3, Hall Guard l, interior Guard 3, Art Club Z, 4, Stu- dent Administration l, 2. Sutherland Undecided FRY, DOUGLAS S. A., lazz Band l, 2, 3, 4, Leader 4, Swim Team l, 2, 3, 4, Flounders l, Assembly Comm. l, 2, 3, 4, Pan Ameri- can Club 2, 3, Hall Guard 3, Senior Prom Comm. 4, Con- cert Band l, 2, National Honor Society 4. Clissold Beloit GAMBLE, RICHARD S. A.5 Swimming Team l, 25 Basketball Manager 35 Quil- pen l, 25 Pan American Club 2, 35 A Cappella 35 Curtain Club 45 Hall Guard l, 2, 35 Biology Club 25 Division Room Officer l. Kellogg Kansas University GARCIA, ESTHER S. A,5 Flounders lg Hall Guard 4. Esmond GARRICK, IOAN Fiske ,wo -9 . 1' .. 5:5 GIBERSON, ALMA S. A5 Flounders lg Biology Club 35 Pan American Club 35 Student Council 35 H. R, S. G. 3, 45 Student Administration 2, 35 Tau Epsilon l, 25 Division Room Officer l. Kellogg Purdue GOETSCH, RICHARD S. A. Clissold Wilson GOOCH, SUE S. A.5 Student Administration 4. Culver, lndiana GRAUER, RALPH S. A. Horace Mann Purdu GROTZ, ANITA S. A5 A Cappella l, 2, 3, 45 Quilpen l5 Flounders l5 Red Cross Council 45 Tau Epsilon 4. Esmond Undecided GUMBUS, EDITH S. A5 Student Administration 2. Shoop Wilson GUSTAFSON, MARILYN S. A.5 Emblem Club 45 Hall Guard 35 Student Administia- tion 3. Mount Greenwood Undecided HAGREEN. BARBARA S. A.5 Student Council 25 Art Club 35 Biology Club 35 Stu- dent Administration 3. Caldwell St, Lulce's School ol Nursing HAHN, NEVIN S. A. Midlothian M, P. I. C. HARDIMAN. CONSTANCE S. A., A Cappella 3, Biology Club 2, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Elounders l, Student Admin- istration 4, Tau Epsilon, Hall Guard 2, Latin Club 4. Shoop Michael Reese Sch. of Nursing HAWKINS, HARRIETT S. A., Hall Guard l, 2. Shoop Nursing School HICKEY. WILLIAM S. A. St. Cajetan De Pauw HODGES, DOLORES S. A., Hall Guard 2, 4, Divi- sion Room Officer 3, Student Administration 4, Glee Club 4. Baltimore, Maryland. St.Francis XavierNursing Sch. HOEKSTRA, RUTH S. A., Flounders l, Curtain Club 4, Student Administra- tion l. Bennett Undecided HOFFMAN, EMILIE 4 S. A., Student Administration 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4, H. R. S. G. 4, Empehi News Staff 4, Emblem Club 4. Kellogg National College of Education l HOLLAND. IAMES S. A., National Honor Society, Treas. 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Empehi News Stall 3, 4, As- sistant Znd Page Editor 3, Head Reporter 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Biology Club 2, 3: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Marching Bancl 3, 4. Vanderpoel Northwestern HOLUM, ROBERT S. A., Baseball l. Mount Greenwood Wilson HOWARD. IOYCE S. A., H. B. S. G. 4, Tau Epsi- lon 2, Concert Band 3, Treas. 4, Marching Band 3, 4. Vanderpoel lllinois HOWAT. ROBERT S. A., National Honor Society 4, Empehi News Staff 3, 4, Edi- tor 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Execu- tive Comm. 4, Officers' Club 4, Public Relations Comm. 4, A Cappella l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4. Clissold Curtis lnstitute HUMPHREY, BARBARA S. A., H. R. S. G. 3, Glee Club 2, A Cappella 3, Tau Epsilon 2. Barnard Undecided IRWIN, ROBERT iff S. A., Football l, 2, 3, Clean Up Comm. 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Biology Club 2, 3, Interior Guard 4, Student Court 4, Baseball 2, Iazz Band 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3. Vanderpoel lllinois 47 IACKSON, LOUISE S. A.5 Flounders 15 H. R. S. G. 3. Shoop Kentucky State IANSON. PATRICIA S. A.5 Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 35 Di- vision Room Officer 1, 2, 45 Student Council 25 Student Administration 1, 2, 35 Floun- ders 15 Biology Club 25 H, R. S. G. 4. St. Margaret Fox IENKS, KEITH S. A.5 lnterior Comm. 45 Ex- terior Comm. 45 Track Team 1, Z, 3, 45 Hall Guard 3. Walnut lunior High Maryland IOHNSON. LLOYD N S. A.5 Football 15 A Cappella 1, 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 45 Fire Guard 35 Board of Control 15 Floun- ders 15 Poster Comm. 3, 45 Hall Guard 35 Clean Up Comm. 4, Clissold Illinois IOHNSON. SUE V S. A.5 Flounders 15 Student Administration 25 H. R, S. G. 25 Art Club 35 Glee Club 25 Student Council 1, 3, 4. Clissolcl Illinois IONES. MARILLA S. A.5 Hall Guard 2. Shoop Wilson rw . my 1,- ...uct 5' fgzgjiggywjwt A .'fi1iL"f'! IOZWIAK, LORETTA S. A.5 Quilpen 1, 25 Flounder 15 Tau Epsilon 1, 25 Pai American Club 35 Biologj Club 25 Division Room Office i, 2, H. H. s. G. 4, A cqppeiit. 2, 3, 45 Poster Comm. 4. Mount Greenwood Wilson KAUFMANN, HELEN S. A.5 Student Administratioi 4. Ravenswood KEEBLER. I UNE ' S. A.5 1-1. R. S. G. 3, 45 Tai Epsilon 2. Sutherland Fo: KNAACK, AUDREY S. A. Coonley Wilsoi KURASH, GEORGE S. A.5 Football 2, 35 Wrestling 3, 45 Student Council 2, 35 O chestra 3, 4. Kellogg Northwester LAGERWALL, RONALD S. A. Mount Green wood LA LE WRENCE, ALICE S. A.5 Flounclers lg Quilpen l, 25 Glee Club 25 A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Mount Greenwood Wilson FORGE, KENNETH S. A.5 Hall Guard 25 Biology Club 25 Student Administra- tion 35 Football 25 Swimming 4. Sutherland Hose Polytech LUCHOW, ROBERT LO LO MA S. A.5 Football l, 2, 35 March- ing Band l, 25 Student Council 3, 4. Barnard Illinois CKETT, HORTENSE S. A. Shoop Illinois TT, DIANE S. A.5 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 45 Pan American Club 35 Curtain Club l5 Poster Comm. 45 Flounders l. Holy Ftosary Illinois CFARLANE, ATHENE S. A.5 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 H. R. S. G. 3, 45 Hall Guard 25 Student Administration 3, 4. Vanderpoel Illinois MANNING, BOBBIE S. A. Hoffman Roosevelt MANNING, DENNIS S. A.5 Swimming l, 2, 3, 45 Golf 3, 45 Emblem Club 3, 45 Hall Guard 2. Sutherland Illinois MARTIN, DONALD S. A.5 Wrestling 2, 3, 45 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 45 Student Coun- cil 15 Hall Guard 2, 3, 45 Art Club 25 Biology Club 25 Pan American Club Z, 35 Boys' Em- blem Club 4, Kellogg Illinois MASON, ELEANOR S. A.5 Marching Band l, 2, 3, 45 H. R. S. G. 3, 45 Emblem Club 3, 45 Biology Club 3, 45 Tau Epsilon l, Z, 35 Flounders ly Concert Band l, 2, 3, 45 Or- chestra 4. Sutherland Beloit MAYS. IAMES S. A.5 Hall Guard 25 Biology Club 3. Clissold MCKEE, RICHARD S. A.5 Beginners Band l5 lun- ior Band Z5 Concert Band 3, 45 Iazz Band 3, 45 Swimming Team l, 35 Hall Guard 2, 3. Mount Vernon 49 MCLEAN, IOYCE S. A., Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Em- blem Club 4, A Cappella 3, Student Administration 3. Atwood Heights Illinois MEDEMA. I OHN S. A., Baseball l. Mount Greenwood Undecided METZ, WILLIAM MI MI S. A., Flounders 1, Hall Guard 4, Division Boom Officer 3. Barnard Fargo A. C. GELY. IEAN S. A., Flounders l, Art Club 2, 3, 4, Pan American Club 2, 3, H. B. S. G. 3, Poster Comm. 4, Curtain Club 4, Ernpehi News Staff 3. Barnard Illinois SKINIS, KATHRYN S. A., Quilpen l, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Pan American Club 3, Student Administration 1, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4. Mount Greenwood Illinois MOORE. ALFREDA S. A. Shoop Wilson 50 egg-ef MORRIS, MARY ANNE S. A., Emblem Club 3, 4, Bi ology Club Z, 3, 4, H. B. S. G 3, 4, Pan American Club 2, 3 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Administration 2, 3, 4 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Nationa Honor Society 4. Clissold Texas Lutheran MULRENIN, DIERDRE S. A., A Cappella 3, Hal Guard l, 2, Student Adrninis tration 2, 3. Mount Greenwood. ,V MUNNS, HARRY v S A W' Esmond Wilsoi MURDOCH, BABARA -I S. A., H. R. S. G. 3, 4, Lati Club 3, 4, Biology Club Student Administration 2, 3, 4 Senior Prom Comm. 4, Curtai Club 4, Glee Club 4, Stude Council 2, Hall Guard 3. Bryn Mawr lllinoi NAGLER, LUCIA S. A., Production 3, Curtai Club 4, Senior Prom Com 4, Division Boom Officer Talent Bureau 4, Tau Epsilo 4. Dana Hall Mount Holyolc OLSEN, LOUISE S. A., H. R. S. G. 4, Biolog Club 3, 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Student Administration 3. Sutherland Undecide OSBORNE, RONALD S. A.: Orchestra 1: Business Representative 2: Concert Band 1, 2: Dance Band l, 2. Clissold Northwestern OWEN, IOHN S. A.: Football l, 2: Latin Club 4: Tau Epsilon 3. Varzderpoel North western PARDUE, WILLIAM S. A.: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Poster Comm. 4: Business Stall 2, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: Empehi News Staff 3, 4: Quilpen 1, 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 2, 3, 4: Curtain Club 2, 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 2, 4. Mount Greenwood Vanderbilt PAULSON, THOMAS S. A.: Football l, 2, 3: Wres- tling 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 3, 4: Latin Club 3, 4: Emblem Club 3, 4: Hall Guard l, 2, 3: Pro- duction l, 2, 3, 4. Barnard Loyola PAYNE. IAMES S. A.: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Base- ball 3: Emblem Club 3, 4: Student Council 1: Intramural Sports 3: Wrestling Team l. Mount Vernon Western Illinois PEYNO. ERNEST S. A.: Pan American Club 4. Cuba PREISSNER. DONALD S. A.: Baseball l: V. E. S. B. 1: Biology Club 2: Curtain Club 2: Orchestra l. Mount Greenwood l. l. T. PRICE, MARY LOUISE S. A.: Student Administration 2, 3, 4: Art Club 3, 4: Tau Ep- silon l, 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 3, 4: Pan American 3, 4: National Honor Society 4: Emblem Club 4. Clissold Denison RASMUSSEN, DOROTHY S. A.: Student Administration 3: Flounders l: Tau Epsilon 2: Division Room Officer l. Mount Greenwood Fox REFERMAT, GERALD S. A.: Beginners Band l: Iun- ior Band 2: Concert Band 3: Marching Band 3: Baseball 2. St. Barnabas Army RIECKER, RALPH S. A.: National Honor Society 4: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Biology Club 2, 3: Public Relations Comm. 4: Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Stu- dent Conductor 4: Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 4: Student Ad- ministration 3, 4: Empehi News Staff 3, 4, 4th Page Edi- tor 4. Vanderpoel Northwestern ROBERTS. CHARLENE 't' S. A.: Flounders 1: H. R. S. G. 3, 4: Probation Comm.: Hall Guard 2, 3. Barnard Undecided 51 RUCKER, MARY ANN S. A.7 Flounders l. Shoop Kentucky Stare SABEL, EDWARD S. A.7 Football Team l, 2, 3, 47 Westling Team l, 2, 3, 47 Track Team 27 Emblem Club 3, 47 Pan American Club l, 27 lnterior Guard 37 Flounders l7 Biology Club Z. Barnard Illinois SABEL, EVELYN J S. A.7 Pan American Club 2, 37 Flounders lj H. R. S. Cf. 3, 47 Biology Club 2, 37 Student Administration 3, 4. Barnard Purdue SANDERS, WILBURN S. A., V. E. S, B. l, 2, 3, 4. Shoop Wilson SANDERS, WILMA S. A., Student Administration 37 Tau Epsilon 47 Class Officer Z, 3, 4. Shoop Fisk SCHMA, DONALD S. A.7 Student Administration 27 Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 47 Board of Control 47 Tau Epsilon Z, 3, 4. St. Augustine Purdue fx-f t SCHMIDT, BERTRAM S. A.7 Track Team 27 Football 2, 47 Wrestling Team Z7 Latin Club Z, 3, 47 Emblem Club 2, 3, 47 Concert Band l, 2, 3, 47 Orchestra 27 Hall Guard 3. Vanderpoel Northwestern SCHOLTEN. LA VERNE S. A.7 Student Administration l, 2. Altge-ld Wilson SCHOLTEN, LORRAINE S. A.7 Student Administration 3. Altgeld Wilson SCHROCK, ROMEYN S. A.7 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 47 A Cappella l, 2, 3, 47 Emblem Club, Pres. 47 Quilpen l, 2, 3, 4, Viceepres. 4j Latin Club 2, 3, 47 Aedile 37 Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 47 National Honor 47 Senior Prom Comm. 47 Pan American Club 4. Clissold Undecided SHAMAN, IOHN S. A.7 Football 1, Z, 3, 47 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 Board ot Control 47 Student Council 2: Pan American Club 3, 47 Stu- dent Court 4j National Honor Society 47 Emblem Club 47 A Cappella 2, 3, 4. Esmond Illinois SESTAK, ARTHUR S. A.7 Emblem Club 3, 47 Wrestling Team 27 Tau Epsi- lon 3, 47 Division Room Officer. St. Barnabas Wilson SHANNON, THOMAS S. A., Basketball 3, 4, Emblem Club 4, Chairman Public Re- lations Comm. 4, Clean Up Comm. 2, 3, 4, Chairman 3, Student Court 4, Social Comm. 2, 3, 4, Chairman Speakers' Bureau 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 4. Sutherland Rose Polytech SHIELDS, BARBARA S. A., Elounders l, Pan Ameri- can 2, 3, Tau Epsilon 2, Cur- tain Club l, Z, 3, 4, Ernpehi News Staff 3, 4, H. R. S. G. 4, Student Administration 3, Bi- ology Club 2. Vanderpoel Fairmont, West Virginia SIMPSON. DAVID S. A., Art Club 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Biology Club 2, Elounders l, Emblem Club 3, 4, Hall Guard 2, Senior Prom Comm. 4. Vanderpoel Southern Methodist SMITH, DOUGLAS Y S. A., Social Comm. 2, 3, 4, Board of Control 4, Senior Prom Comm. 4, Clean Up Comm. 3, 4, Interior Guard 3, 4, Hall Guard l, 2, 3, Smoking Comm. 3, 4, Exterior Guard 3, Basketball l, 2. Sutherland lllinois SMITH, RICHARD S. A., Tau Epsilon 3, Student Administration 3, Math Club 4, Division Room Officer 4. Phillips University of Chicago SNYDER. ROLAND S. A., Football l, 2, 3, fl, Dance Band, l, 2, 3, 4, Concert Band l, 2, 3, Hall Guard Z, 3, Emblem Club 4. Esmond Illinois STANLEY, DONALD S. A., Hall Guard 4, Tau Ep- silon 3, Student Council 2, 3, Wrestling Team 2, 3, 4, Em- blem Club 2, 3, 4. Mount Greenwood M. P.l. C. STEEVES. WAYNE S. A., Concert Band 3, lunior Band 2, 3, Pan American Club 3. Clissold STEPHENS, MARILYN vi S. A., Flounders l, Student Administration 2, 3, Empehi News Staff 4, Senior Prom Comm. 4, Hall Guard 2, Di- vision Room Officer l, 2, Pan American Club 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 4. Vanderpoel Beloit STEWART, CHARLENE S. A. Forestville Northwestern STIGA1-L, NANCY S. A., Student Administration 2, 3, 4, Quilpen 2, 3, Winter Production 2, 3, H. R. S. G. 4, Biology Club 2. Lawton, California Wisconsin STOFER, EVE S. A. Hines Wilson 53 STOFER, LORRAINE S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 3, Busi- ness Representative 2. Shoop Wilson STROUD, BETTY S. A., Glee Club 2, Tau Ep- silon 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, A Cappella 3, 4: Student Ad- ministration 3, Student Coun- cil 3. Bloom Township High Undecided TATRO, MARY LOU S. A., Flounders l, Social Comm. 4, Art Club l, 2, 3, 4: Poster Comm. Chairman 4, Board ot Control 4. Esmond Chicago Academy of Eine Arts TAYLOR, FRED S. A., Wrestling 3, 4, Business Representative 2, Emblem Club 4, Baseball 4. Shoop Chicago Technical THARP, KATHERINE S. A., Vice-Pres. 4, Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Floun- ders l, Vice-Pres, Annual Staff, Ass't Editor 3, Latin Club 3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, H. R. S. G. 3, 4, Treas. 4, Or- chestra 3, 4, Board of Control 4, Student Council l, 4. Clissold Miami University THOMPSON, HERBERT S. A., Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 4, Board of Control 4, Student Council 3, 4, Empehi News Staff, 4th Page Editor 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Pan American Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Football l. Vanderpoel De Pauw 'M'-ff TREPTOW, SUE S. A., Student Administration l, 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 4, Flounders l, Empehi News Staff 3, 4, Business Staff l, Social Comm. 4, Senior Prom Comm. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Quilpen l, 2, Division Room Officer l. Barnard Wilson TRUST, ARTHUR S. A., Flounders l, Student Council l, Red Cross Council 2, 3, Beginners Band l, 2. Nativity of B. V. M. Undecided TURNER, GEORGE S. A., Student Council 3. Vanderpoel l. I. T. TURSMAN, RICHARD S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling Team 2, 3, 4, Em- blem Club 3, 4, Swimming Team 4, Business Representa- tive 2, Latin Club 3, 4, Na- tional Honor 4. Sutherland Wilson VIALL, RALPH S. A., Quilpen Z, 3, Business Staff 3, 4, Manager 4, Curtain Club 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, Bi- ology Club 2, Board of Control 4, Art Club 3, Poster Comm. 4. Mount Greenwood Illinois WAGECK, IERALDINE S. A., Pan American Club 3, H. R. S. G. 4, Ouilpen l, Student Administration 3, 4, Division Room Officer 3, Tau Epsilon 2, Elounders l, Cur- tain Club 2. Vanderpoel Indiana WALKER, RICHARD S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, Picked Platoon 2, 3, 4, Officers' Club 3, 4, Usher Force 2, 3, 4, Fire Guard 3, 4, Picked Drill Squad 2, 3, Business Bepze- sentative 3. Clissold lllinois WASHINGTON, ERNESTINE S. A. St. Louis, Mo. Michael Reese Nursing School 49"',' -4-P f"7"" x' J' Q L23 'Na W .3 L34 f WASHINGTON, IOHN S. A., Baseball l, 2, 4, Swim- ,ff ming l, 2, 3. ,ji " Shoop Michigan fr if 73? A I ,gi-V.,-f' . I , .5 A 2 if , ,,.,ffvffg,,Q,eff'f, .,,. x Y Q2 QQ., . A ...M WATTS, Bi-:TTY A . .- , , S. A., Flounders l. , V Shoop Wilson lg i WELCING, ARLENE M S. A., H. B. S. G. 4. St. Basil Fox ..il?f'ii,l i +1 ',1, , . WELCOME, ELVERA . i. ' S. A., Flounders l, Tau Epsi- ' lon 2, Student Council 1, Busi- 53 . ness Representative 3. Mount Greenwood Illinois I , , x .. at X WELSER, LORETTA S. A., Flounders l, Biology Club 2, Pan American Club 2, 3, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 4, Division Boom Officer 3, 4. Clissold M. P. I. C. WHEATON, PATRICIAJ S. A., Pan American Club 3, Production 2, 3, Student Ad- ministration 4, Biology Club 2. Esmond U. C. L. A. WILLIAMS, MARGARET S. A., Latin Club 4, Class Officer. St. Margaret De Paul WILLIAMS, MARY S. A., Latin Club 4, Class Officer, St. Margaret Normal Teachers' College WILLNER, ANTHONY S. A., Football 2, 3, 4, Wres- tling 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 2, 3, 4. Mount Greenwood Undecided WORTH, BARBARA V S. A., Pan American Club 3, Red Cross Council 3, 4, Di- vision Room Officer l, 4. Esmond Colorado University 55 WURL, ELIZABETH S. A., Division Room Officer 3, Tau Epsilon l, Flounders l, Quilpen l: Student Adminis- tration l, Pan American Club 3. Zion ZIMPEL. BETTY J """Sf'LAT'Bio'l5gy Club 3, Tau Ep- silon 2, 3, H. R. S. G. 3, 4, Student Administration 2, An- nual Staff 3, A Cappella 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Flounders I, Division Room Officer 2. Sutherland Undecided ZIRBEL, GRACE S. A., Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, H. R. S. G. 3, 4, Emblem Club 4, Division Room Officer 2, Flounders l. Mount Vernon Fox ,twig - ...,. Z .. 1 si , - , 'KL gg if 455'-.5 ' . ' 5, .ff . . ,,'i ZOBAC, IEANNINE S. A., Annual Staff, Literary Editor 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Quilpen 2, 3, 4, Student Ad- ministration 2, 3, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club Z, 3, 4, A Cappella 3, Emblem Club 4, National Honor Society 4. Mount Greenwood lllinois ZOELLICK, HAROLD S. A., Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, Pan American Club 3, 4, ln- terior Guard 4, Swimming Team l, 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Prom Comm. 4, A Cappella 2, 3, Sec'y 3, Division Room Officer l, 2, 3, Curtain Club 3. Zion Oxford amera-Shy Grads IANUARY HARRIS, ROBERT HOLMES, DAVID S. A., Curtain Club 3, 4, Stu- dent Court 4, Gift Comm. 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Basketball 2, Football l, 2, Assembly Comm. 4. Clissold Indiana U. HILL, OTTIS S. A., Current Events Club 4, Guard l, 2, 3, 4, Poster Comm. 3, 4, Commencement Comm. 4. Shoop Howard U. S. A., S. B. l. 3, Interior Guard 3, 4, Exterior Guard 4, Hall Guard 3, Baseball 3, 4, Bas- ketball 4, Boy's Emblem Club 3, 4. Shoop WILLIAMS, VINCENT S. A., Hall Guard l, 2, Wres- tling 2, 3, 4, Boys' Emblem Club 3, 4. Shoop Hampton .TUNE AGEMA, WILLIAM S. A, Mount Greenwood Undecided BAACKE, DONALD S, A.7 Intramural Sports 27 Baseball 4. Caldwell Valparaiso BURNS, BERNARD S. A.7 Production l, 2, 37 Stu- dent Administration. Holy Name ot Mary Washburn CALDWELL, ELIZABETH S. A. Holy Name ot Mary CURTIN, LAWRENCE S. A. St. Ignatius Undecided DANIELS, IOHN S. A.7 Football 2, 3, 47 Basket- ball 3, 47 Intramural Baseball 37 Emblem Club 2, 3, 4j Hall Guard 2, 47 Shop Foreman. Shoop Southern University DOKES, HENRY S. A.7 Student Administration. Shoop Wilson GAYDEN, FRED S. A.7 Basketball Z, 37 Hall Guard 47 Emblem Club 3, 47 Quilpen Z. Shoop Wilson IACKSON, WILLIAM S. A.7 Baseball 47 Hall Guard 3, 47 S. B. l.7 Interior and Ex- terior Comm. 4j Student Ad- ministration 27 Student Court 47 Football l, 27 Basketball 4. Shoop Illinois IOHNSON, RICHARD S. A. Esmond Wilson MANSELL, EDWARD S. A.7 Tau Epsilon 2, 3. Sutherland Purdue MCDONALD, LEONARD S. A.7 Hall Guard l, 4j Tau Epsilon 3. Shoop Illinois MITCHELL, MARTHA NI S. A.7 Glee Club. Sutherland Purdue ESYTO, RICHARD S. A.7 Concert Band l, 2, 3, 47 Marching Band l, 2, 3, 47 Baseball 47 Division Boom Ot- ticer 3. Mount Greenwood Valparaiso PATTARA, EDWARD S. A.7 Football 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4j Wrestling 3, 47 Emblem Club 3, 4, Sec'y 47 Hall Guard7 Stu- dent Court7 Financial-Prorncv tion Comm.7 Senior Prom Comm. St. Margaret Undecided PEEL, CONRAD S. A.7 Art Club 47 Poster Comm, 47 Basketball 47 Hall Guard l, 2, 37 Interior Guard 3. Holy Name oi Mary Wilson PRYOR, LEONARD Shoop REESE, ALBERT S. A.7 Division Boom Officer 3, Hall Guard7 Usher Eorcep Eire Guardg Beginners' Band l, 2, 3, 4. Shoop Navy SCOTT, MARVIN S. A.7 A Cappella l, 27 Cur- tain Club l. Shoop Kentucky State Candids 3' m ,,,, Q A, -K ' . , . A 5 k ,V .,', Vi. E: 5' K . X 5 xi. iX'X.-N..-f',g?'XJXk - La - I T X61 5,5 M x XX 'X . I YX , xfi-N-J i :V EQ ., -fx. ,. f i 'I l"?f?+ im A i 1255 W Nui gg If , Q Activities rf fs ,- gxrgrrfg- L t . '51 rs My S W, gi T' 33, i is fr Y 'V 9 W - gibzrie-rg 'F--5 . - . Qu ..., Q ,grief E -t,.. I C Student Assoc1at1on The Student Association worked hard this year in planning school activities The annual, newspaper, dances, movies, special assemblies, the lunior-Senior Prom and All-Sports Night were features offered to S. A. members. The student governl ment also sponsors all clubs and school organizations. The Executive Committee, composed of the S. A. officers and the heads of the school's major organizations, planned the years program. The S. A. officers were Dick Bostrom, Katie Tharp, Donna Wilson, lim Golley, Sally Hendricks, and Ioe McDade. The other members of the committee were Marian Durst, editor of the l95U annual, Nettie Cremieux, editor of the Em ehi N ' d T Public Relations Committee. p ews, an om Shannon, chairman of the Dick Bostrom, as president of the S. A., presided over the Executive Committee, Board of Control, and Student Council, the legislative bodies of the school. Katie Tharp, vice-president, was the head of the Social Committee, which planned the five dances. Donna Wilson had charge of the Assembly Committee in her job as secretary, and formed a new organization which proved very successful-the Student Talent Bureau. As treasurer, lim Golley handled the S. A. funds and balanced the budget. Sally Hendricks, Chief lustice, presided over the Student Court and its affiliated committees. The Athletic Commissioner, loe McDade, managed the S. A. ticket booth and the sale of all sports tickets. He began something new by putting up bleachers at baseball games. Faculty sponsors of the S. A. this year were Capt. George G. Lorentz, Mr. Curtis C. Melnick, Miss Lillian Condit, Miss Marion Castle, and Mrs. Helen Corcoran. Student Court The purpose of the Student Court is not to punish, but to help the students and give them a chance to prove their willingness to cooperate. The committees connected with the Student Court and their chairmen this year were: lnterior-Exterior-Carmella Steffanelli Probation-Tom Shannon S. B. l.-Weldon Ray and Albert Henderson The Interior-Exterior Committee held a clean-up campaign in both the fall and spring semesters, as well as carrying out its function of maintaining order durin Q school periods. The Probation officers were responsible for helping students suin- moned before the Court, while the S, B. l. had as its duty the protection of student property, Along with the Chief lustice, Sally Hendricks and the committee chairmen, the judges were: Bill lackson, lohn Seaman, Skip Garlanger, leanne DeButts, ludy Flesvig, Ed Pattara, bailiff, and Romeyn Schrock, clerk. ugfl ,MJ Row One: Whitnell, Rekosh, Ulmer, -'Ili-arg, Bostrom, De Young, Grimaldi, Howe, M Row Two: Zashman, R. Iohnson, Stair, Thiede, Eames, H ' ' S. Iohnson, White. Row Th ' uncles, err, Finn. Schroeder, Reif. Wcxgeck. ree. Clark, I. Wilson, Olroth, Stahl, Buzzard, Thompson, D. Smith, Murphy, Grant, Schueneman, Schrock, D. Wilson, Bowen. Kemmler. tudent Council . . . S. A Commi With the aid of the S ' ' . A. committees, the St d ' ' wellebalanced ' u ent Association planned a program ot assemblies, public relations and social activities. As president ol the S. A., Dick Bostrom was in charge of the Student Council. The Clean Up Committee, headed by Don Ca l Gertrude Gault h ld r son and advised by Miss , e a very successful campaign to clean up th surrounding grounds e school and All'Sports Night' d , ances, and movies were planned and sponsored by the Social Committee led by Katie Tharp and Mrs. Helen Corcoran, The Poster Committee, headed by Ierry McKenzie and Mrs. Helen Cor- coran, publicized all ol the S. A. activities. Entertaining and educational assemblies Were planned and sponsored by the Assembly Committee, headed by Donna Wilson and Miss Marion Castle. By co-operating With the school and community by means of the Speakers' Bureau, the Public Relations Committee had a v was chairman d ' ery good year. Tom Shannon an it was sponsored by Mr. Lorentz. GSS STUDENTS' EXCHANGE Row One: Stefanu, Holiman, Bolitho, Duval. Row Two: Cooley, Auli, Brauer, Mr. Calkins. S. A. Committees w .' SOCIAL COMMITTEE Row One: Thomas, Cassidy, Temple Anderson, Tharp, De Butts, Treptow Baker. Row Two: Parsons, Loving: Fitzpalrick, Levora, Bland, C. Shan- non, Hooker, Cain. T. Shannon. POSTER COMMITTEE Row One: Hill, Peel, Zuegel, McKen- zie, Praiher, Tharp. Row Two: Brown, Meals, Iankawski, Callis, Dixon, Olm- slead, Burnham, Iackson, Lotte, Tatro. PUBLIC RELATIONS COMMITTEE Row One: Cravener, Phillips. Row Two: Weaver, Quist, Weinleld, Cremieux. Row Three: Howat, Riecker, Carlson, Letlsome, Thomp- son, Shannon, Mrs. Greensley. 1 FINANCIAL PROMOTION COMMITTEE Row One: De Butts, Weinleld, Wahls. Row Two: Haas, T. Shannon, Mr. Mel- nick, Seaman. Row Three: C. Shan- non. Hooker. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Row One: Loving, Greenwood. Wil- son, Haynes, Zlpnoich. Row Two: Fry, Miss Walter, Mr. Twomey, Crider. Miss Castle. PROBATION COMMITTEE Row One: Andrews, Fitch, Edlund, Wilson, Hendricks, Duffy, Baker. Row Two: Davis, Garlanger, Ault, Sea- man, Irwin. Snyder, Ferman. INTERIOR COMMITTEE Row One: Farmer, Fewkes, Harris, Reilly, Hendricks, Irwin, Zoellick, Shannon, Edlund. Row Two: Fer- ranle, Langenberg, Cassidy. Mahon, Van Abbema, De Butts, Ulmer. Parker, Slefanelli. CLEAN-UP COMMITTEE EMPEHI STAFF This year, as in former years, the Annual Staff has tried to create the biggest and best annual possible The th . eme "The Educational Program ot the School", is expressed in the many photographs. The stati consisted ot the following: editor-in-chief, Marian Dawn assistant editor, Ieannine Zobac, and literary editor, Ioan Graperp senior editors, Iune Quist and Louise Bohman, junior editor, Ca l M Bjork, art editor, Io ce V ' ' ' ro ae y an Dyke, sports editor, Dick Hart, photographic editor, Richard Putzlerg junior assistants Hel C ld , en rider and Roxanna Gris- Wo g business manager, William Vau hn g . We would like to e Xpress our appreciation to Miss Ebba Olson for her assistance as faculty advisor and M C ' , r. urtis C. Melnick, the advisor to the business statt. Durst g The Ernpehi News is a bi-weekly newspaper, published by the students under the supervision of a faculty advisor. Its four pages contain news stories of school events, editorials, features, and sports news. Mrs. Florence F. Bier, as faculty sponsor of the paper, supervises the Work of the editorial staff, while Mr. Curtis C. Melnick handles the finances. During the fall semester the staff positions were as follows: editor-in-chief, Nettie Crernieux, first page editor, Bob Howat, assistant, Robert Kline, second page editor, Betty Harper, as- sistant, loan Graper, third page editor, Aleen Lettsorne, assist- ant, Barbara Wahls, fourth page editor, Herbert Thompson, assistants, Ralph Riecl-:er and Iack Reilly, literary editor, Bette Kinzie, exchange editor, Blanche Cravenerg assistant, Cherie lohnson, art editor, Richard Hart, staff photographer, Richard d roof and copy reader, lune Quist. Putzler, hea p Empehi News ' t ww- inseam w ere l .'NT,,,.,.wa' H q'Qiu-ou... ow One: McGivern, Weinfeld, Graper, Cremieux, Mrs. Bier. tephens, Hart, Hendricks, Parker. Row Two: Crcrvener, Quist. cxcxs, Wcrhls, Lettsome, Harper, Mains, Ault, Weaver. Row hree: Howczt, Thompson, B. Kinzie, Reilly, Riecker, Holland, L. Kinzie, Kline, Purdue. Quilpen QUILPEN OFFICERS Bill Vaughn, ludy Flesvig, Iudy Desch. and Romeyn Schrock. Quill and Scroll Business Staff Membership in Quilpen, Morgan Parks writing club is open to any student submitting an original composition, and having the recommendation of two English teachers. ln order to remain a member, three written contributions a semester must be turned into the sponsor. The purpose of the club is to encourage creative writing among the students. With Iudy Flesvig as president, Bomeyn Schrock, vice-president, Iudy Desch, treasurer, Bill Vaughn, secretaryg and under the able guidance of Miss Olson, the Quilpen had a very successful year. Quill and Scroll is an international honor soci- ety for high school journalists. Morgan Parks chapter was first organized in the year 1927. Under the untiring guidance of Mrs. Florence F. Bier, this organization in connection with the newspaper staff was awarded the Spirit Cup last year. Last November the organization named our chapter in honor of their former advisor Miss Alma Bauman. Four requirements must be met to become a member. The applicant must have taken one se- mester of Iournalism with a final grade of E or S, must rank in the upper third of his class, must have 65 inches of printed material or Hstring", and he must have the recommendation of the club's spon- sor. The Business Staff, a small but indispensable organization of which the students of Morgan Park are quite unaware plays an important part in the publishing of their weekly newspaper, the Empehi News. The most important duty of the Business Staff is in the soliciting of advertisements. The revenue obtained from these advertisements helps to support the Empehi News. They are also re- sponsible for the weekly distribution of the papers to the students. The Business Staff has had a most successful year under the guidance of Mr. Curtis C. Melnick, with Ralph Viall as business manager, William Pardue as assistant manager, Helen Fitch as copy- writer, and Pat McGill as secretary-treasurer, during the fall semester. QUILPEN Row One: Ioyce Iohnson, Biork, Sally Hendricks, Hodges, Barrie Wilson, Re- kosh, Stier, Crider. Row Two: Susie Hendricks, Zo- bac, Iacqueline Wilson, Iudy Iohnson, Durst, Cole, Flesvig, Akers, Row Three: Shaw, Pardue. Vaughn, Cain, Letisome, Schrock, Desch. QUILL AND SCROLL Row One: Cravener, Gra- per, Weinield, Weaver, Mrs. Bier, Fry, Cremieux, Hart, Hendricks. Row Two: Quist. Harper, Thompson, Kline, Reilly, Riecker, Holland, Howcxt, Lettsome, Pardue. BUSINESS STAFF Row One: Ulmer, Fiich, Mc- Gill, Pardue, Barrett, Coul- irip, Massie. Row Two: Lowilz, Nyberg, Fowler, Chism, Wahl, Zeiss, Harri- son. Rekosh. Row One: Christie, Wheeler. Row Tw Baker, Mrs. Brown. Fitch ' Stie ' Red Cross Council o: Phillips, , Reilly. Row Three: Hague, r. Cremieux, Roberts. Th e Iunior Red Cross Council ot Morgan Park High School, which was organized as a charity or- ganization in l942, completed another successful year. Under the capable guidance ot their sponsor, Mrs, Harriet Brown, the club held the annual Red Cross drive, which was as successful this year as it has been in the past. With the money donated by Empehites, the council bought gifts through the Red Cross, lor Wounded Veterans, During the fall semester the officers Were: Caryn Carlson, president, Mary Ellen Wheeler, vice-presi- dent, and David Baker, secretary-treasurer. H. R. S. G. The Human Relations Service Guild, since its organization in the tall ot l938, has become one oi the most active clubs in Morgan Park. lts purpose is to collect for charity drives and other service projects inthe club. Upperclassmen, Who are interested in charity Work, and who have maintained a "G" average, are eligible for membership. Officers for the tall semester were: president, Betty Mahon, vice-president, Eleanor Masong secre- tary, Claudette Grigsby, and treasurer, Katie Tharp. The club would like to thank Miss Waters for her able guidance and leadership. Row One: Migely, MacFarlane, Stier, Pearson, Miller, Olsen. Meyer, Tharp, VcmDyke, Whit- mer. Row Two: Consoer, Hodges, Ulmer Hendricks, Parker, Wageck, Seaman, Weaver, Shields, White, Hoffman, Story. Cassidy, Zeiss Bjork. Row Three: Andrews, Grigsby, Ianson: Dunnett, Holland, Welcing, Enright, Bovee Zirbel, Dyckman, Stefanelli. Row One: McKeever, Belski, Romeo, Deneen 1 Miss Waters, O'Ccnnor, Mahon, Chancellor, Hardiman, Koch. Row Two: Van Abbema, Ault, Brattleaf, Boyle, Wahls, Zimpel, Giber- son, Wilson, Mains. Morthorst, McGill, Schrock, Quist, Baker. Row Three: Walker De Butts, Burke, Campbell, Humphrey, Morris Howard, Wheeler, Temple, Williams, Iohn: son, Hansen. Latin Club 1g,'mqE5gp..f Nragvuvcf Pan American On April 21, the legendary date of the founding of Rome, Sodalitas Latina was founded in Morgan Park in the year l93U. For twenty years the club has worked to give its members a greater respect for the foundation in language which Latin gives them. A An outstanding project of the club is the maintenance of the Robert Iacobs Memorial Fund. Bob, a former member of the Latin Club, died in the service of his country in World War ll. His memory is now kept alive by a fund which provides for sending underprivileged boys to a summer camp. During the fall semester Donald Schma served as first consulp Mary Ellen Wheeler was second consul, Ralph Riecker, scribeg Carolyn Ulmer, guaestor, and the aediles were Edward Mraz, Alice Shaw, Penny Zeiss, and Ralph Zeiss. The first dozen years of the operation of Pan American Club have seen the club grow until the membership is now well over one hundred students. To become a member of Pan American a student must have at least one year of Spanish with no final grade below and must be a member of the Student Association. The purpose of the club is to acquaint its members with the language, customs, geography, and history of all Spanish- speaking people. This is done by means of moving pictures, slides, records and various speakers. During the semester the club held many special activities and meetings, among which were the annual Pan American book sale, and a speech by the Mexican Consul for the city of Chicago. Miss Mary Holland is the sponsor of the club, and con- tinues to do a fine job each year. Officers for the fall semester were: Herbert Thompson, president, Marilyn Pearson, first vice-president, Eunice Consoer, second vice-president, Eleanor Boyle, secretaryg Robert Kline, treasurer. LATIN CLUB Row One: Hodges, Story, Graper, Zobac, Susie Hendricks, Bohman, Smithson, Sally Hendricks, Cserep. Row Two: O'Connor, Durst, Schrock, Ault, Griswold, Mahon, Hansen, Freeman, Hart. Row Three: Sproul, Wilson, Mays, Schaffer, Paulson, MacRae, Kin- zie, Buchanan, Owen, Holland, Chism, Harper, Arnold, Petty, Barclay, Temple. Row One: Zeiss, Ulmer, Schma, Mrs. Stiller, Wheeler, Riecker, Mraz, Zeiss. Row Two: La Pato, Thomas, Hudson, Iackson, Richter, Tharp, Andrews, Randle, Brown- field. Row Three: Frederick, Guelle. Blacksher, Bowman, Es- pey, Edson, Bjork, Howe. PAN AMERICAN CLUB Row One: Blacksher, Mitchell, Boyle, Consoer, Miss Holland, Thompson, Pearson, Kline, Simons, Coleman. Row Two: Howe, Bar- rett, Matthews, Baker, Knutson, Crider. Lacey, Thilmont, Stubble- field, Migely, Hager, Burnham, Coultrip. Row Three: Bame, Pearce, Stair, Harper, Wahl, Keo- gle, Wood, Schrock, McKee, Fair- head, Willis, Morris, Welser, Boh- man. Row One: Marvin, Kitzelman, Pardue, Moats, Dixon, Kemmler. Schiesser, Smisek, Roberts, Lo- witz. Row Two: B. Wilson, Miller, Morthorst, Harrison, Cooley, Max- well, Olmstead, Matthias, Prieb, Parsons, Clark, Eames, Meyer, I. Wilson. Row Three: Archibald. Price, Iohnson, Bolton, Nordmeyer, Grant, Bland, Nelson, Zuegel, Lett- some, Schultheis. Curtin, Bartruti. Whitcomb, Mclrerfen. Row One: Richardson, McFadden, Adams, A t w o o d , Anderson, Thomas, Miller, Miskinis. Row Two: Young, Metcalfe, Olander, Patzlail, Pannell, Iohnson, Robin- son, Watson. Row One: Langenberg, Allen Pradd, Olson, Cluverius, Homieri Swift, Goering, Lofgren, Nesbit Row Two: Olson, Miller, Mingus Wingstrom, Maheras, Klein Bright, Krutzer, Sereikas, Griffin Russell, Leef, Rekosh, Carlson Wilson. Row Three: Peterson Spillman F e w k e s Luet ert , , g , Thiede, Schueneman, Smith, U1- reich, Pearson, Buck, Hokanson Raetzman, Brown, Murray, Stone Fewkes. Row One: Spale, Roberts, Nor- man, Larson, Elliot, Andrews Rosser, Talbert, Olson, Nordstrom Little. Row Two: Kelin, Mohler Trust, Graff, Meyer, Goetz, Mas- sie, Nordmeyer, Gratchner, Lagges. Row Three: Palmer, Van- Hatten, Wilmington, Phillips, Geiger, Williams, Adams, Rice, Gustafson, Mayes, Bradbury, West, Gailine, Dunne, Nayder. Row Four: Green, Heil, Mandes. LeVora, Wilson, Poffenberger. Iohnson, Arkema, Riggs, Knaack, Heilman, Willis, Borgerson, lohn- son, Hoey. Row One: Henderson, Macklin, McLanen, Livingston, Grcmberg, Galzynski, Ieleniewsky, McDowell, Peel, O'Meara, Lindrooth, Met- calfe. Row Two: Sommerfelcl, Bridges, Brown, Rodgers, Martin, Robinson, Langford, Washington, Nettels, Lattimore. Mills, Moore, Iuric, Redick. Row Three: Fan- ning, Konietzky, McElligot, Hor- berg, Hughes, McKenna, Weirs- ma, Houser, Liggett, Hynes, Gore, Ioan Yarber, Iean Yarber, Bracy, Carthen. 1 1 1 1 , Flounders , .pew Row One: Hart. Colgren, Farrell. Ienkins, K e s sl e r, Redemske. Broyles, Willis, McCasland. Row Two: Tschentke, Osborne, Flem- iry, Crider, Hauze, Basco. Scar- dina, McKee, Pannell, Backsirom. Row Three: Berger, Orloli. Gnuske, Ross, Gunn, Olroth. Dangremond, Crow, Stadleman. Stepankus, Kolar, Lagerwall. Landgrebe, Maheras, Holsapple. Row Four: Vaughn, Halper. Feehery, Larsen, Fredendall, Kunz, Harrington. Reimer. Mc- Guire, Plante, Buteau, Halper. Laidlow. Hemmer. Row One: Holm, Sommer, Pra- weceki, Palsedge, Dusold, Zeder. DeYoung, Zachman. Row Two: Andrews, Turselde, Crawford. Bauknighi, Brad, McBride. Swai- kowski. Trapp, Channell. Balhe. Row Three: Lorenz, Cobb, Slokes. Baker, Cieslewez. Duval. Smith. Kronenberger, Davis, Carlson. Brauer, Duggan, Levin, Phebus. Row Four: Holly, Herdlein, Ford. Stahl. Hardiman. Hennington. Bowers, Braun, Belding. Adams, Wiksten, Mclnerny, Shippy. Wrught, Wohllarlh, Freeman. Row One: Behnke. Weinfeld. Kanchier, Hoge, Denning, Mink, Kreger, Leverty, Klingensmith. McLean, Hirschman. Row Two: Siallworih. Durling. Eichstadi. Haelig. Boliiho, Mitchell. Meany. Seaman, Dodd, Lorenzen. Schroeder, Martin, Hodges, Wal- green, Klelche, Hahn. Row Three: Carlson, Wallis. Greitie. Perrizo Mohr, Dennerline, Ianu, Black Witt, Mirrielees. Melrovich. Wil- son, Farwell, Ferman. 1 'H 1 TAU EPSILON OFFICERS Marcia Phillips, Tom Dyck- man, Bob Kline, and Betty Stroud. Tau Epsilon Morgan Park's oldest scholastic so- ciety, Tau Epsilon is no ' W in its twenty- th six year ot existence. To be eligible in Tau Epsilon a student must have at l t eas eleven grade points and tour honor points. The honor points are awarded for each final mark ot E or S, tor service t o the school, tor perfect attendance throughout the semester, and tor repre- S t. . en ing Morgan Park in competitive events. ln order to promote participation A h in sc ool activities and scholarship, membership must be rene d We every se- mester. At the Senior Honors assembly cer- tificates are presented to the students Who h . ave been members ot the club for seven semesters, Otticers tor the fall semester were' T . om Dyckman, president, Betty Stroud vice-president, Robert Kline secretary! and Marcia Phillips, treasurer. TAU EPSILON FRESHMEN How One: I. Nesbit, Lolgren. Andrews, Tschenthe, Gei- ger, Wingstrom, Kreger, Gustafson, Denning, Willis, Miller. Row Two: Weinteld, Kessler, Kanchierf Griffin, Dodd, Gunn, Dangremond, Riggs, Olroth, Mink, Hage, Leverty, R. Nesbit. TAU EPSILON SOPHOMORES TAU EPSILON SENIORS Row One: Fitch, Mahoxi Branom, Durst, Zobac Stroud, Dyckman, Vai Dyke, Whitmer, MacFar lane, Thorp, Cravener. Rov Two: Cremieux, Cole, Wel ser, Bohman, Shannon Quist, Price, Harper, Ma son, Loving, Coleman Paulson, Schrock, Morris Frv, Weaver. Row Three Bolton, Pardue, Barber Greenwood, Seaman, Hill Riecker, Schma, Holland De Vries, Harris, Thompson Howat, Tursman. TAU EPSILON SOPHOMORES Row One: Olander, Coul- trip, Witte, Mueller, Mc- Fadden, Iohnson, Metcalfe Grimaldi. Row Two: Kroppl Blacksher, Crider, Land- grebe, Pozesky, Clark, Griffin, Lacey, Atwood Knutson, Baker, Barrett, Loi: gren, Sahlin. Row Three: Adams, Thilmont, Harring- ton, Parsons, Matthias, Prieb Weber Lowitz , , , Weir, Griswold, Marvin, Hoeg- lund, Hendricks, Treat. TAU EPSILON IUNIORS Row One: Peterson, Ault, Dixon, Brattleaf, Kline Morthorst, Sproul, Deneen, Desch, Shaw. Row Two: Arnold, Wilson, Freden- burgh, Vaughn, Zeiss, Ny- berg. Andrews, Eames, Wahls, Haas, Hart, Ulmer. Row Three: Arnquist, Bart- ruf, Curtis, Chism, Mraz, Shannon, Bush, Rogers, Fewkes, Dellert. 1 Row One: Koch, Burnley Shissler, Curtis, Rummel Marseille, Kemmler, Mci Atee. Row Two: Iane Rob iert, Ioan Robert, Willis McxcRae, Edwards, Beste Willner, Ferman, Fairhead Cooley, Harrison, Bennett Schuetz. Row Three: Fales Hampbuy, Easthope Thatcher, Frentz, Shippy Loxterman, Nelson, Cullop Buchanan, Finn, Bland Brownlow, Grant. TAU EPSILON IUNIORS Row One: Pannell, Young. Graper, Hodges, Phillips, Miller, Edson, Story, Thom- as, Reynolds. Row Two: Broe, G o r d o n, Bathe, Schiesser, Coleman, Hen- dricks, Bjork, Belski, Koch, Stier, Pearson, Knierim. Row Three: Romeo, Sanders, Ericksen, Wilson, Wheeler. Travis, Stair, Zeiss, Hansen, Barclay, Flesvig. 4 Row One: Whitmer, Van Dyke, McGill, Mrs. Sage, Weaver, Loving, Cravener, Branom. Row Two: Cole, Zobac, Mahon, Schrock, Quist, Price, Durst, Shannon, Cremieux. Bohman, Thorp. Row Three: Harper, B. Kinzie, Thompson, Lach, Seaman, Riecker, Holland, Howat, Dyckman, Bolton, L. Kinzie. The Morgan Park chapter of the National Honor Society celebrates its tenth anniversary this spring. lt was founded in l939 for the purpose of recognizing those students who have most nearly attained the basic objectives of education. The honor of membership is conferred up- on those Who possess these qualities, and who in some Way inspire other students to possess them, too. ln the ten years of its existence this great honor has been conferred upon 522 graduates. The national scope of this organization gives high significance and unusual prestige to its membership. Character, scholarship, leadership, and service together light the road that leads to progress. Our members aim to keep these flames undirnmed and their glory undimin- ished. National Honor Society x i-gi f J Q f . W. 3 1 in! Board of Control Row One: Steianelli, Flesvig, Mahon, Cremieux, Bostrom, D. Wilson. Ihczrp. Hendricks.- Berlin, Fitch. Row Two: Phillips, Quist, P. Zeiss, Ault, Finn, Dyckmcm. Greenwood. Harper. Putzler, Fry, Haas, Durst. Row Three: McDade, Mink, Carlson, Haynes. D. Smith. Schma. R. Iohnson, Piktuzis, Seaman, Thompson, Purdue, Shannon. Composed of the presidents of each of the various school organizations, the Board of Control is the governing body ot the school. This year the faculty sponsor was Miss Lillian Condit and the S. A. president, Dick Bostrom, presided at the meetings. The aim of the Board ot Control during the past year has been to revise the system of awarding the Spirit Cup. The members successfully completed this task. Student Row One: I. Iohnson, Peterson, Weaver, S. Iohnson, Eddy, Ed- lund, MacFarlane, Denton, Wag- eck. Row Two: Dixon, Petty, Bratt- leai, Cassidy, Davis, Price, Clif- iurd Welser Quisi Sabel Mi e , 1 , , g ' ly, Parker, Thomas. Row Three: Spillman, Wahl, Leitsome Grant Nyberg, Bush, Vaughn, Chism, Riecker, H cr y n e s, Buchanan, Thatcher, Howat, Fales, Ianson. Row One: Patzlalf, Enright, Elgin, Dunneti, McKeever, Knierim, Wil- lis, Olander, Whitnell, Iohnson, Metcalfe, Grimaldi. Row Two. Muhr, Leei, Wells, Gustafson, Ul- imer, Iankawski, Faust, Hager Flesher, Eames, Leverty, Loigren, Treat, Romeo, Sahlin, Seaman Thomas, Burnham. Row Three: Miller, Russell. Edson, Burke Hendricks, Howard, Dyslin, De- Vries, Prieb, Hughes, Eckman Kaufmann, Barr, Belski, Koch: Werner, Hauze. 78 1 Administration Row One: Steianelli, McCasland. Andrews, Graper, Roberts, Ault, Howe, Phillip, Cravener, Branom, Dyckman, Roberts. Row Two: Holland, Miller, Seaman, Baker, Shaw, Kuise, Coleman, Ferman, B. Kinzie, MacRae, Wheeler, Cole, Sanders, Hendricks, Weinield, Whitmer. Row Three: Barrett, An- derson, L. Kinzie, Fredenburgh, Wallace, Thornton, Archibald, Iohnson, Hill, Thompson, Wash- ington, Frentz, Dawson, Schulz, Bland, Archibald. Row One: Pannell, Hardiman, Kelly, Clark, Story, Erickson, Thilmont, Kasper, Simons, Wal- lace, Maheras. Row Two: Morris, Knutson, Atwood, Lacey, Mat- thias, Desch, Rich, Harrington, Griswold, Weir, Crider. Row Three: Flesvig, Temple, Kemmler, Weber, Schrock, Hoeglund,Callis, Oetter, Wahls, Bennett, Ioan Rob- ert, lane Robert, Lowitz, Merth- orst, Boyle. Row One: Swift, Kropp. lean Yarber, Ioan Yarber, Schiesser, Biork, Baker, Pozesky, Landgrebe, Lorenz. Row Two: Rosaves, Miller, Stier, Pearson, McGivern, Goering, Williams, Bohman, Hodges, B. Wil- son, I. Wilson. Row Three: Zeiss. Hansen, Mason, Wilson, Wright, Wohlfarth, Koch, Krob, Woiniak, Humphrey, Arnold, Bain, Barclay. Curtis, Blacksher. Student Administration was organized in October, 1944, for the purpose of helping in the organization and administration of the school. lt is under the supervision of Miss Walter and Miss Nealon. The majority of the members give service at least five periods a Week. Students may Work in the library, give service to the coordinators and other teachers, or assist in the various offices of the school. ln order to receive a service award, a member is required to have at least twenty points. At gradu- ation, the student with the most points receives special recognition. Officers for l949-l950 were Barbara Ault, president, Louise Bohman, vice- president. 79 V. E. S. B. Photo Staff The Visual Education Service Bureau teaches interested students the operation and maintenance of motion picture machines, and also supplies well-trained student operators to show movies in the school. Under the supervision of Miss Pape, V. E. S. B. has grown to be an organization of importance at Morgan Park. Officers for the fall semester were: manager, Bob Iohnsong assistant manager, Gene Schwaarg technician, Art Hill, assistant technician, Howard Bame, head operator, lim Archibald, assistant opera- tor, Earl Andrews, instructor, Lymus Wallace, assistant instructor, Donald Preissnerg secre- tary, Dick Nyberg. The members of the Photo Staff learn to pose subjects, take the pictures, and then develop, print, and enlarge the photos in the lab. These shots are used in the newspaper and the annual. Photo Staff for the past year were: mana- ger, Bichard Putzler, and Howard Bame, Earl Andrews, lack Thornton, Bruce Hudson, and Donald Selheimer. The staff sponsor was Mr. Gay. Girls' Emblem Club Any girl who has earned 750 points through participation in games, apparatus, proficiency tests given in the regular gym pro- gram and other specified activities, may obtain membership in the Girls' Emblem Club. lf the applicant has taken swimming and received a passing grade, she need earn only 500 points. The club's purpose is to promote girls' athletic activities, such as to organize and pro- mote and manage intramural tournaments. The club also contributes to the girls' athletic fund for the purchase of emblems. Officers during the fall semester were: president, Dorothy Berlin, vice-president, Gret- chen Campbell, and secretary, Ieanine Haas. Miss Kurz is the able sponsor of the club. VESB Row One: Easthope, Davis, Raymer, Bame, Miss Pape. Pearce, Travis, Thornton. Row Two: Blacksher, Gud- enbeugh, Wallace, Cripe, Humphrey, Edward, Wahl, Burgin, Freeman, Spillman. Row Three: Robert, Smith, Michels, Hill, Iohnson, Ar- chibald, Schwaar, Preissner, Smith, Burns. PHOTO STAFF Putzler, Bame, Andrews, Thornton, Hudson, Selheim- er, Mr. Gay. GIRLS' EMBLEM CLUB Row One: Ulmer, Cravener, Grigsby, Berlin, Miss Kurz, Campbell, Haas, Dyckman, Phillips, Branom. Row Two: Graper, Pearson, Welser, Weaver, Hoffman, Iohnson, White, McLean, Gustafson, Hendricks, Zir- bel, Steianelli. Row Three: Mahon, Q u i s t, Schrock, Brattleai, Lach, Mason, Kin- zie, Price, McGill, Morris, Ault, Zobac. Curtain Club W Sma- ivfiqufwfjbyf 3 ,Z W f .Ti .E V -wa R Stage Crew Curtain Club has just completed its fourteenth year. ln keeping with its purpose of stimulating interest in dra- matics, the club produced a one-act melodrama at an assembly, and went to see several plays at the Goodman Theater. Membership in the club is open to all S. A. members who qualify after a brief try-out before a judging com- mittee. The officers this year were leanine Haas, president, Marcia Phillips, Vice-president, lean Lacey, secretary, and Shirley Branom, treasurer. Mrs. Harriet Brown was the able sponsor. . House lights dim, stage lights come up, curtains open, and the show is on. The persons responsible for these actions are the members of the Stage Crew. The Stage Crew has charge of the technical parts of the assemblies and presentations. The persons directly responsible for the running of the Stage Crew are the stage manager and his officers. ln the fall they were: Dick Haynes, manager, Dick Nyberg, assistant manager, Charles Michels, electrician, Barron Easthope, technician, Iirn Andrews and Howard Bame, sound directors. Mr. Ioseph Twomey is the technical advisor for this hard-working group. CURTAIN CLUB Row One: Weinleld, Brcm- om, Phillips, Haas, Mrs. Brown, Lucey, Nagler. Row Two: Dunneil, Shields, Wil- son, Griffin, Heffernan, Har- rison, Anderson, Barclay. Romeo, Metcalfe, Kreger. Row Three: Prieb, Harper, Beyer, Harris, Gamble, Leti- some, Fowler, Rekosh, Kan- chier. ' STAGE CREW Norris, Nyberg, Andrews, Bctme, Mr. T w o m e Y. Haynes, Easthope, Fcxir- hecxcl, Bcxthe. Biolo llula BIOLOGY CLUB tow One: Lacey, Thornton, iames, Ulmer, Zeiss, Sproul, Elolland, Hudson, Bartroif, Nhitcomb. Row Two: lomeo, Matthias, Wilson, Neir, Morris, Brattleai, tardiman, Morgan, Han- ,en. Row Three: Kinzie, Kinzie, Oetter, Hodges, Grant, Buchanan. Zuegel, Purdue, Bland, Cripe, Fer- nan, Schrock. l t BIOLOGY CLUB tow One: Edson, Iohnson, 3-lacksher, Arlen, Hendricks, Vliller, Pearson, Hoffman, ?annell, Metcalfe. Row l'wo: Iankawski, Crider, Iriswold, Baker, Bluckstom, Vleyer, Wilson, Wilson. itier, Watson. ART CLUB Row One: LaPato, Tatro, Iankawaski, Van Dyke, Iohnson, Sommis, Whitmer. Row Two: Migely, Kupecky Hodges, Griffin, Quist Meats, Bittner, Mahon, Sea- man, O'Connor. Row Three: Meyer, Zeiss, Olmstead, Pardue, McFerren, Peel, Prather, Fowler, Price, Oet- ter. I 1 The Biology Club ot Morgan Park High School was or- ganized so that interested students could continue their activi- ties in the scientific fields, This year the club visited the Uni- versity ot Illinois Research Hospital, as one ot its activities. During the tall semester the otticers Were: president, Penny Zeissg Vice-president, Pat Sproulg second vice-president, Caro- lyn Ulmerg secretary, Iackie l-lollandg treasurer, Orrin Eamesg sergeant-at-arms, Bruce l-ludsong librarian-custodian, Paul Molnarg reporter, lack Thornton. Miss Elizabeth Vande Roovart is sponsor ot the group. Under the expert guidance and supervision of Mrs. Huber, the Art Club continues to tlourish at Morgan Park. The pur- pose ot the club is to prepare posters for the activities of the school, and to acquaint the members With the different fields and schools ot advanced art. Prospective members should have at least one semester of art With a grade ot "G" or better and must have an interest in the subject. terry McKenzie was president ot the club during the fall semester. Art Club A Cappella Choir- Girls' Glee Club A CAPPELLA CHOIR This year the A Cappella Choir welcomed Miss Elaine Skelton as its new director. Under her expert leadership the choir has presented many fine programs. ln addition to the general assemblies in which the choir takes part each year, the group has par- ticipated in several public appearances which have merited an outstanding reputation for them. This year the choir also performed in the Annual Spring Production. Officers for the fall semester Were: president, Iohn Seaman, vice-president, Barbara Wahls, sec- retary, Lloyd Iohnsong librarian, William Vaughn. Por the spring semester the officers Were: presi- dent, Ierili Romeo, vice-president, Lloyd Iohnson, secretary-treasurer, leanne DeButtsg and librar- ian, William Vaughn. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB During the past year the Girls' Glee Club has been under the able leadership of Mrs. Margaret O'Neill. Some of the Glee Club's many activities include participating in the traditional Christmas assembly with the A Cappella chorus, singing at the Morgan Park Women's Club, taking part in the spring production, the city-wide choral con- test, and other outside activities. Any girl Who has completed the required music course or wishes to substitute four years of Glee Club is eligible to become a member pro- viding that she is an UE" student in each of her major subjects. Although the Glee Club is an accredited course, it is represented on the Board of Control. The officers for the fall semester included Marcia Phillips, president, Betty Hodges, vice- presidentg Lois Smisek, secretary-treasurer, Mary Ellen Wheeler and Marilyn Herzog, librarians. During the spring semester the officers Were: Sandyann Story, president, Betty Hodges, vice- presidentg Ioan Prieb, secretary-treasurer, Elaine Whitnell and Penny Zeiss, librarians. CONCERT Music . . . Mr. Kenneth lverson took over the Concert Orchestra after the sudden death in early December ot Captain Guy l-lartle, Who had been its instructor for twenty years. ln February, Mr. Otto Klasen became the permanently assigned teacher. Through his leadership the Orchestra will maintain the high standards for which it has been known. Among other activities, the Orchestra played tor the Christmas Assembly, the graduation exercises and the annual spring festival. The officers tor the tall and spring terms, respectively, Were: Charles Finn, Louise Bohman, president, Louise Bohman, Romeyn Schrock, vice-president, Bob I-lowat, Louise Olson, secretary, Adrienne Parson, Eleanor Mason, treas- urer, lack Bland, George Kurash, librarian. B8 3 e E 3 E 3 I f ternational Language The Morgan Park Concert Band plays an important role in our school lite. This talented group adds color and spirit to our assemblies, P. T. A. shows, and Spring Festival. The band has also taken part in several radio broadcasts. During the half time at the football games the band in their flashy green and White was seen strutting down the field under the able direction ol the hand- some drum-major, Ralph Riecker. The otticers tor the spring and tall semesters Were: Iohn Greenwood, Ralph Riecker, president, Ann Henss, Herbert Thompson, vice-president, Blanche Cravener, Eleanor Mason, secretary, Elaine Zeissler, loyce Howard, treasurer, and Bob Iohnson, Mary Cole, librarian. Jazz Band Although there were several changes in teachers during the past year the jazz band has made progress with the help of its two capable student directors, Skip Greenwood during the tall semester and Doug Fry for the second term. The trumpet section featured R. McKee, H, Morrison, E. Baker, and H. Bronson. The trombones were played by I. Greenwood, T. Paulson, and L. Worthington. R. Beckman and R. Lennon played the alto saxes while R. Snyder, R. Zeiss and D. Fry held their own on the tenors. R. Taylor played the bass, T, Burkhart the drums, while D. Flesher and R. Coleman furnished the piano ac- companiment. The band was also lucky to have I. Camp- bell to sing with them and C. Nordmeyer to dance. The dance band played at the S. A. dances, assem- blies and as usual took part in the annual Production. Some of the new songs heard this year were Autumn Serenade, Tenderly, and September in the Rain. But it seems as though Artistry in Bolero will never be forgotten. I The aim ot the Reserve Officers Training Corps is to lay the foundation ot intelligent citizenship and provide training in theoretical and practical subjects essential to civil lite. This year, in addition to the fundamental subjects Csuch as tunctioning and operation ot Weapons, first aid, R I O. T. C and military historyj the cadets received instruction in the interpretation of maps, cierial photographs and photo- maps, and current military events. Our rifle team, which was started only last year, has also progressed nicely. Color Guard and Officers Fire Guard Rifle Team and Staff Usher Force Picked Platoon Honor Guard A IF Theme tor l949-50 was utilizing the resources school. Aiming towards interpreting the school parents, the programs presented reading-an curricular interest, adjustment ot the freshman, House-parent-teacher relationship, two programs on re- sponsible citizenship curriculu , m and World understand- ing. As a group, the PTA attended the Christmas assem- bly given by the high school. of our to the extra- Open- Parent Teacher ssociation As ree Year, a Lite Member- ship in honor ot Miss Laura Walter was sent to the lllinois Congress Golden lubilee Scholarship Fund. The inductees into National Honor Society received their pins from the PTA, l95O is our Golden Iubl The otticers t . s. enneth Thomas president: Mrs. Robert Pease, tirst vice-president: Mrs. George Humphrey, second vice-president: Mr. Harry L. Tate, third vice-preside t M n g rs. P. K. Tremewen, recording secretary, Mrs. Robert Bohman, corresponding secretary: Mrs. lames Vaughn, treasurer. or this year Were' Mr K 1 Sealed: Mrs. Kenneth Thomas, president: Mr. Harry L. Tale, principal: Mrs. Robert Pease, first vice-president. Standing: Mrs. Iames Vaughn, treasurer: Mrs. George Humphrey, second vice-president: Mrs. Robert Bohman, corresponding secretary: Mrs. P. K. Tremewen, recording secretary. n V w x N s - x 1 x 3 , ' If 52355330 325045371 egl w , l 4 A-Q-f if-' .-me 3 7 15s,Qefh14efvS 252-Qse?r,esisgiivsQw .f :,g.f-Q fi vi in H 51 X F2 "W Edt x 52 L E T vi- - Mustangs Empehi's football eleven of l949 showed fight and spirit as they came through the season with a 2-2-2 recordftwo wins, two losses and two ties. Captain Ed Pattara, although benched part of the season by injuries, brought the team through the season in fine style, sparking the members with his spirit and fight. The Mustangs dropped the first two practice games to Thornton, l2-O and Calumet, 27-U, ln the first league game of the season, against Harper, the Mustangs were tremendously im- proved. The fine running by Guelle, Daniels, and Don Bostrom, teamed with superb line play, gave the Mustangs a 20-U victory. The Hyde Park game, which ended in a 7-7 tie, was one of the most disastrous of the season. Sable, Bostrom, Daniels, and Garlanger received injuries which benched them for the next game. ln the next game, the Mustangs were outwal- lowed in a sea of mud by the South Shore Tars, the Mustangs coming out on the short end of a 9-O score. The Mustangs put up a good fight against the highly rated Hirsch team, making a better show- ing than the final score of 32-9 would indicate. Bouncing back from their two previous de- feats, the Mustangs rallied strongly, shutting out Bowen Zl-U. Bill Bief was the star of this game, tallying two touchdowns. ln the last clash of the season, the Mustangs fought to a U-U deadlock with Parker. Both teams were within scoring distance several times, but a tight defense coupled with some good and bad breaks prevented either team from scoring. Everything considered, the Mustangs made a creditable showing, finishing fourth in the south section. Frosh-Soph Football As the name implies, the team is composed of freshmen and sophomores who wish to play football, but are not old enough to play on the varsity. The purpose of the team is to give the boys experience in playing before they enter var- sity action, and also to give Coach Antonidies a chance to look over the new material. The frosh-soph team bears watching as its success is an indication of future Mustang elevens. Basketball This year the Morgan Park Iunior Cagers were rnade up ot lack Fewkes, Bill Fewlces, and Tom Park as lor- wards, quick moving Tom Shannon as captain and center, and Claude Lewis and Bob Simester playing at guard position. With the araduation of Tack Fewkes and Claude Lewis, the lunior Cagers lost some ot their key players, who were badly needed in later games. Coached by Mr. MacGregor, the Ponies had a 2 win, and 5 loss record as the annual went to press. The Ponies defeated Gage Park and Englewood, while dropping games to Crane, Hirsch, South Shore, and C. V. S. Row One Bnght, Klein, Kletcke, Mottley, Morgan, Dave Fewkes, Lewis, Marshall Row Two: Ruelzmcxnn, Passaglicl, Humphrey, Shannon, Park, Slmester Burgan, lack Fewkes, Bill Fewkes, Reddick, Mac Neal, Sempre- Heavy Weights Row One: Iohnson, Con- way, McGuire. Hardy. Bostrom, Erhardt, Green- wood. Row Two: Gar- langer, Burns, Daniels, Shannon, Boyle, Holmes, Williams, S cr n d e r s, Hooker, Frary, Hall. Led by Captains Buck Conway and Chuck Shannon, the Mustangs, who scored three straight victories at the season's end, finished with a tive win and live loss record. Buck Conway, who led the team until his graduation in lanuary, starred at one forward position, while Chuck Shannon played at the other. lack Boyle and lohn Daniels shared the job at center, while Skip Greenwood, Gordon Ehrhardt, and Don Bostrorn held down the guard spots. Row One: Philley, Le Forge, L. Curtiss, Eames, I. Fewkes, Burkhart. Row Two: Siurner, K. Curtiss, B. Fewkes, Manning, Atwood. Hague. Fry. Swim Team Under the leadership of Coach Tweedie, the senior and junior swimming teams experienced an average but very briet season. The tirst meet ended with the seniors losing and the juniors winning, with Calumet being the opponent. The secf ond meet saw the seniors lose and the juniors tie against Hyde Park. ln the all city meet, jack Fewkes, senior diver, took tirst place honors. Then came the untimely coal strike which torced the clos- ing ot all school swimming pools, thus ending the swimming season. Swimming for the seniors were Bill Fewkes, l00 yard tree stylep Tom Burkhart, l00 yard breast strokeg Doug Fry and Vic Schwarr, 40 yard back stroke, Don Carlson, 40 yard tree styleg john Kotan, 200 yard tree style and jack Fewkes handled the diving. Also with the seniors were Dennie Manning and Ken Lelrorge. The junior end ot the splashing was handled by Orrin Eames doing the 40 yard tree style, Bob Stair and Ken Curtiss with the 40 yard breast strokeg Dick Hague and Bob Pease on the 40 yard back stroke, Roger Sturner and Keith Atwood swam the l00 yard tree style. Gene Filhe and Dick Fewkes were also on the team. MX-f if 'i 4 ' 3333 . Wrestling As in recent years the wrestling team was composed mainly of boys who are interested in football and wish to keep in condition. Although the season didn't turn out to be as successful as hoped, the grapplers proved to be stiff competition for all comers. At the time this annual went to press, the team had a record ot 3 wins and 5 losses. The mallers beat University of Chicago and Crane twice, while bowing to Kelly, Hirsch, C. V. S., Calumet and Bowen. ' Captain of the mallers was Tony Willner who wrestled in the l75 pound class. I The team this year was again coached by Mr, Robert Antonidies. Boys' Emblem Club The Boys' Emblem Club is an organization whose purpose is to bring all the athletics ot the school together in one group. To become a member ot the Emblem Club, a boy must first Win a major letter and also be a member of the Student Association. During the past year, members ol the Club have served on the athletic guard and the protective patrol. Once again, the Club was sponsored by Mr. Duncan MacGregor, to whom much ot the credit should be given for the Clubs excellent record. ln the last election, George Piktuzis was elected president, Ed Pattara vice-president, and lohn Seaman secretary. 5 Row One: McDade, Semprevivo, Fewkes, Carlson, Ehrhart, Hooker, Simester, Marquardi, Henss. Row Two: Riel, Schultheis, Sestak, Gey- mer, Schmidt, Haxby, Manning. Greenwood. Row Three: Schmidt, Bostrom, Seaman, Snyder, Shannon, Lampadius, Curtiss, Gee, Burton. Row One: Dorschler, Lewis, Stanley, Fry, Payne, Golley, Beckmen. Wilk- ins, Guelle, Passaglia. Row Two: Garlanger, Robinson, Shannon, Bart- roff, Burkhart, Fewkes, Paulson, Wel- don, Sturner. Row Three: Tursman, Simpson, Bostrom, Brownfield, Will- ner, Piktuzis, Sahel, Davis, Schwaar, Zoellick, Williams, Willingham. Sheibly. Row One: Wheeler, Campbell, Stef- anelli, Roberts, Romeo. Row Two: Matthews, Gonzales, Temple, Ander- son. Phillips, Howe. Cheerleaders What's the matter with the team? The teams all right. Who says so? Everybody. Everybody says the teams all right, but its the cheerleaders who get out rain or shine, Warm or cold, and lead the cheers that spark the game with their spirit. ln their green and white garb, the girlsi Mary Ellen Wheeler, Carlene Gonzales, Barbara Temple, Betty Anderson, lrene Mathews, and Nancy Howe, have suffered many a skinned knee and sore back cheering the team on, To all of us in the stands, the cheerleaders are as important as the team. Captain for the spring semester is Mary Ellen Wheeler. Golf Team 1949 Last spring, for the first time in several years, Empehi's golf team took to the fairways. Bill Kupecky, Dennie Manning, lack Eewkes, and Captain Mike O'Con- nor took fourth place honors in the South Section with a 3-3 record. Mr. Tweedie was the golf coach. O'Connor, Cibulski, Kupecky Fewkes. 101 Baseball 1949 ..MaC,, Piktuzis and Brown Empehis baseball crew of l949 clicked last season like a big league team. Led by Captain Don Mackowiak and pitching ace George Piktuzis, Empehi finished second in the South Section race. Tom Brownfield, Empehi's great backstop, teamed up with Piktuzis, formed one of the best batteries in the city, A most efficient infield lent its support to Piktuzis, with loe Gee playing at firstg Iim Payne at secondg Holmes at thirdp and Dick Simester covering shortstop. The outfield pastures were patroled by Iensen, Guelle, and Mackowiak. 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Phone BEVer1y 8-0257 Your Friendly Neighborhood Drug Store Compliments ot LAMPARTERS MARKET 1977 W. 111th Street ond 3152 W. 111th Street Z?euerfy,5 jauorife Wenh SAUIJ -Since l935- VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS IANTZEN SPORTSWEAR COOPER UNDERWEAR WILSON BROS. FURNISHINGS SUPERIOR TEA ROOM 1757 W. 95th St. CEdc1rcrest 3-1885 Our Food ls Superior Not Only in Nome But Also in Ouczlity The Ultimotte in Sunday Dinners Priced Upwclrds from 551.35 Finest Weekday Dinners from 95c Up Wide Choice of Appetizers or Homemade Soup SOCIETQIGEEIENIEATS So11crd, Beverage cmd Desserts Included CLOTHES Homemade Pies ond Pastries 9 0 lN1EN'S Delicious Luncheons from 65c Up CW C' Cleclda WEAR Open Daily Except Wednesdays 1712 W. 95111 sifeei BEver1y 8-0702 HOLES - 11230 HM- to 8 PM- Sundorys - 12 Noon to 8 P.M. Te1ephone CEddrcrest 3-0701 BEVERLY ART SHOPPE GIFTS EOR ALL OCCASIONS GREETING CARDS 1739 West 99th Street KADEN DEPARTMENT STORE I 1942 Monterey Ave. CEddrcrest 3-6500 CHICAGO REEINISHING REUPHOLSTERING REPAIRS For Q22 L,L, Cklilgploghry QJLMLO BETTER BAKERY cxyoos Manufacturers ot Fine Upholstered Furniture Visit DRAPERIES SLIP COVERS BARTI-I'S BAKERY, INC- 1920 Monterey CII1th1 Avenue 1948 Monterey BEVGIIY 8-9660 CEdotrcrest 3-3580 PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS PARTINGTON 6. NEWHALL, INC. Prescription Druggists R. Bagus, R.Pl'i. I. Dunn, R,Ph. RK The BEXALL Store Rx 11051 S. Ha1e Ave., Chicago RUTH'S FLOWER SHOP 11109 Longwood Drive Phones BEVGTIY 8-4238-9 Residence Phone Business Phone . BE 1 8-7395 BE 1 8-4341 See Us lor School Supplies Ver Y Ver Y Hardware Pittsburgh Paint and Glass Appliances Cleaning Supplies Quality Kitchenware TIEGREEN'S GEORGE W. MICHELS Apphance Repair Service Pick Up and Delivery BEver1y 8-6292 1825 W, 103rd St., CHICAGO 43, 111. BEver1y 8-1176 Evenings and Holidays Records - Radios - Television Victor - Co1um1oia - Decca - Capitol BE 8-1820 1804 W. 103rc1 St. ln the Modern Manor STEFFEN'S IEWELRY OPEN Forrner1y in Rose1and OPEN 9130-5:30 Mon. G Thur. For 24 Years , ' DAILY t11 9:30 pm. 1834 West 85th, Bever1y 1-1i11s jntczzoti Smif 55- '59 Qlfffk .Jae ,Z 1861-63 W, Qsth si. cEdQfCfeSi HUHOP 5-3115 chicago 43, iii. 3-3255-56 0 19 , .L F. M M f Compliments ol F wi iff. N - EDWARD c. NIEBURGER ' S." NI 'Y-1' Class of 1925 10459 s. wEsTERN O LUNCHEONS - DINNERS WEEKEND LATE SNACKS O BE 8-4061 I. E RUZIC NIEBURGER CHEVROLET CO. Fremont, Ohio PATRONIZE OUR ADVERTISERS l 0 A4-4fL:owa7 I 4.044, f Ai42JJU,,,.fa?w7 gf., fl M m vmwuwmw ' D ,JL-ywmwf ,W ,ga-4044, ,Za 7,1 ,.,,4.g, gxx Z5 Sd W MUawW.frsi1fIfZ 1887 wh ' few, wwwwfvvgwfd iff, MMYZZV L,0-hfw if -Www? j 27, -n f ,447 Z? , 4 gnu 4, ,,,4'f5ff7",i ,,,a,,,f,aLe,,4M,e,4,uLa 0400 ,XCJ-fi-i9 44' ' Sales Agents X g Y X M A, . V.mA ARTHUR E. 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