Morgan Park High School - Empehi Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1952
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Having to sever connection with educational work in general and with Morgan Park High
School in particular brings a flood of thoughts which cannot be adequately expressed in
lt has always been one of the greatest satisfactions of my life to deal with young people
for what l can offer them of understanding, encouragement, and help. lf l have been instru-
mental in encouraging boys and girls to continue their education, or have inspired them to
develop higher ideals, or have helped them toward better citizenship in our great democracy,
l feel that my life work shall have been successful.
My years with you at Morgan Park High School have been happy years, filled with friendv
liness, a fine spirit of cooperation, and the satisfaction of achievement. With much pleasure
l have seen among the student body the growth of pride in our academic achievements, an in-
creasing loyalty and love of our school, and an excellent attitude of mutual cooperation in
lt is with deep regret that l leave this school with its fine boys and girls and its capable
and friendly faculty, and l can truthfully say with the poet, 'Parting is such sweet sorrow."
HARRY L. 'FATE
72 out defame! ,Q'Z'l.l'lC'l7QE!.
HARRY L. TATE
for his excellent leadership,
for his kindly understanding,
for his fine ethics,
we afeflcdfe MZ! annum
Mrs. Verna Gooch
Mrs. Irene Dobski
Mrs. Noreen Spencer
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Planning his day
Meet "the most unpredictable character at
Morgan Park". These words of Mr. Tate describe
our assistant principal, Mr. George G. Lorentz, or
"Cap", as he is better known to all.
"Cap" is always ready to pull a stunt on some-
one, but he is twice as ready to laugh if the joke is
on himself. His quick wit and abilities as a magician
have added many hours of enjoyment to all
Seriously, "Cap" is a sympathetic and under-
standing friend to those who find themselves in
trouble or in need of advice.
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lt was an important day in February when Richard C. McVey came to
Morgan Park. We wondered what kind of a man had succeeded our beloved
Harry L. Tate, but We soon learned to know, honor, and respect Mr. McVey as
our friend and principal. '
Our new leader has already demonstrated his fitness as an outstanding
educator. His first position was that of assistant principal at Marseilles, Illinois,
where he taught science and mathematics, and coached the track team. From
his next school, which was Blue Island, he Went to Austin, where he spent
twelve years as an administrative assistant. His years as an instructor at
Chicago Teachers' College were followed by his appointment as principal of
the Vanderpoel Elementary School, which he left to come to Morgan Park.
ln the brief time Mr. McVey has been With us he has expressed apprecia-
tion of the fine attitude and the outstanding morale of the student body.
Daniel J. O'Conne11
. . . . Teacher, writer, accountant, lawyer, counselor, and friend. Cruel
frailty of body did not impair his fine intellect or dim his appreciation and un-
derstanding of youth and its problems. To his students and co-workers he has
left a legacy of good example and kindly advice. His sense of humor in face
of physical handicap, and the inspiration he gave his students will keep his
memory ever fresh and lasting.
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MR. ROBERT C. ANTONIDES
Boys' Physical Education: Football
MISS IOSEPHINE ARTINGSTALL
MISS IOSEPHINE BASILE
MRS. FLORENCE BIER
English: Empehi News Sponsor: Quill
MRS. GENEVIEVE BROOK
MISS ELEANOR BZDUCH
MISS ANNA I. CALLAHAN
MISS ELIZABETH CAMUTZ
English: National Honor Society.
MISS MARION CASTLE
Social Studies: Senior Coordinator.
MRS. HENRIETTA COLLINS
Social Studies: Red Cross Council.
MISS LILLIAN CONDIT
Vocational Guidance: Board of
MRS. HELEN CORCORAN
French: Commercial: Social Commit-
tee: Poster Committee: French Club.
MISS LORETTO DELAHUNT
MR. CHARLES DOBRATH
Science: Assistant Coach.
MRS. MARY E. DWYER
MISS GENEVIEVE FAHEY
Home Economics: Flounders.
MRS. ANN L. FINN
Social Studies: Tau Epsilon.
MR. ARTHUR R. GAY
Science: Latin: Photo Staff,
MRS. EDWINA GRIESER MRS. DIANA HUBER
Home Economics: Flounders. Arty Art Club,
MRS. WINONA HALL MR. WILLIAM HUEBNER
MR. KARL HALLGREN MR. IOHN LA COGNATA
Commercial. Musicg Concert Band and Orchestra.
MISS RUTH HARRIS MISS DOROTHY LANDERS
Girls' Physical Education: H,R.S.G. Mathematics.
MRS. EVANGELINE HIBBARD MISS ELSIE LARSON
MISS MARY HOLLAND MISS MARY LIVINGSTON
Spanishg Pan American Club. English.
MR. DUNCAN MCGREGOR
Boys' Physical Eclucationg Emblem
MRS. THERESA MCINERNEY
MR. CURTIS C. MELNICK
Science: Financial Advisory S.A. Spon-
sorg Business Staff Sponsorg Assigned
as Principal of McCosh Elementary
MISS RUTH MICHAELIS
MR. EMIL MORTEL
Germany Englishg German Club.
MISS THERESA MULCAHY
MISS MARY NEALON
MRS. FRANCES NESBIT
MR. I OSEPH NYBERG
MR. IOHN P. OKLEPEK
MISS EBBA OLSON
MISS I OSEPHINE
Coordinator. Girls' Physical Education: Science:
MR. ELWYN REED
English: Curtain Club: Stage Crew.
MISS GRACE RYAN
Girls' Physical Education:
MISS ELAINE SKELTON
Music: A Cappella: lunior Mixed
English: Annual Staff Sponsor. Chorus. Iunior Girls' Chorus'
MRS. MARGARET O'NEILL MBS- KATHERINE SMITH
Music: Glee Club. Assistant Librarian.
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MR. KIRK STEVENSON
Science: Sophomore Club.
Mn. RICHARD TWEEDIE CAMERA' N SHY
Boys' Physical Education: Swimming:
MISS LAURA WALTER
Mathematics: Administrative Assist-
ant: Sophomore Coordinator.
MISS WILMA WATERS
Girls' Physical Education: Girls'
Emblem Club. -
MR. WILLIAM WATSON
Science: Freshman Coordinator.
Miss EMELYNE ASHLAND Mns. ZELDA NYBERG
MR. IOHN CUNNEA MRS. LORRAINE ROBERTS
Latin: Financial Advisor: English.
Iunior Co-ordinator: Busi-
ness Stall Sponsor.
MISS GERTRUDE GAULT
English: Social Studies.
MRS. LUCILLE HALE
MISS MARIE HOYLER
MISS NORMA ROSENDAHL
Social Studies: Assembly
MRS. MARY K. SAGE
MRS. KATHERINE SANDS
w is left, but ci moiesfic memory
Row 1 Cnder Row 2: Curtis.
Kemmler Row 3: Hardy.
The lanuary Class of l952 was lead
through an eventful semester by its very cap-
able officers: Ken Curtis, president, Helen
Crider, vice-presidentg Beulah Blacksher, secre-
tary, and Barbara Weir, treasurer.
Ken presided over the Senior Council,
which consisted of elected division representa-
tives. The Senior Prom and Banquet were
planned by Helen Crider, Barbara drew up the
budget and collected the dues, and Beulah was
kept busy recording the activities of this busy
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The National Honor Society, Annual Staff,
and class Valedictorian were only a few of
HELEN CRlDER'S extra curricular interests.
Editing the newspaper and presiding over the
National Honor Society kept ARLENE KEMM-
LER busy during her senior year. MIKE
HARDY was known for his work as president of
the Boys' Emblem Club, director of the S.B.I.,
and co-captain of the football team. As presi-
dent of his class and co-captain of the senior
swimming team, KEN CURTIS was an all-
S.A., Flounders, Curtain Club 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Pan Ameri-
can Club 1, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3,
1-l,R.S.G. 3, 4, Art Club 3, 4, Student Admin. l, 2, 3, 4.
S.A., Flounders, Quill and Scroll 4, Senior Council 4, Pan Ameri-
can Club, Tau Epsilon, Biology Club, Student Admin. 2, 3.
-3' S.A., Pan American Club, Student Admin.
BEAVAN, RUSSELL '
S.A., Flounders, Sec'y, Tau Epsilon 4, Senior Banquet Comm.,
Int. Guard 3, 4, Student Admin.
S.A., Senior Class Sec'y,
Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, Na-
tional Honor, Biology Club
2, 3, Treas. 3, Student Coun-
cil 1, 2, Public Relations
Comm., Girls' Glee Club 1,
2, 3, Concert Band 3, 4,
Girls' Emblem Club 3, 4,
S.A., Football l, 2, S.B.I. 4,
Int. Guard 1, 2, 3.
' S BLAND. JACK
S.A., Flounders, Pres., Pan
American Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-
S.A., Flounders, Biology
Club, Pan American Club,
H.Fl.S.G., Poster Comm., Art
Club, Int. Guard.
S.A., Flounclers, Int. Guard, Div. Room Officer, Student Admin.
S.A., Pan American Club.
S.A., Biology Club 1, 2, Flounders, Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Pan
American Club l.
S.A., Girls' Emblem Club, Pan American Club, Div. Room Offi-
cer, Art Club, Poster Comm., Quilpen, Student Admin.
Pres. 4, Boys' Emblem Club
3, 4, Senior Class Council,
National Honor, Treas., An-
nual Stafl, Art Editor 3, Red
Cross Council 3, 4, Treas 4,
Tau Epsilon l 2 3 4, Pres. 4,
Concert Orchestra Pres. 4.
14- 4 4.
S.A., Flounders, Student
Admin., Int. Guard.
S.A., Vice-Pres. of Senior
Class, Annual Staff 2, 3, 4,
Iunior Editor 3, 4, Co-Editor
4, Empehi News 3, 4, Director
of Publicity 4, National
Honor, Sec'y 4, Tau Epsilon
1, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 3, Quill and
Scroll, Vice-Pres. 3, Sec'y 2,
A Cappella 4.
Sutherland Ohio Wesleyan
S.A., Latin Club, Concert Orchestra, Flounders, Student Admin.
Mt. Greenwood Illinois
S.A., Latin Club 2, 3, Treas. 3, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, A Cappella 2, 3,
4, Treas. 4, Boys' Quartet 3, Swimming Team l, 2, 3, 4, Div.
Room Officer 2, Flounders.
S.A., Empehi News Staff 2, 3, 4, First Page Editor 3, 4, Business
Staff 2, 3, 4, Mgr. 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Latin
Club 2, 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, R.O.T.C. Officers Club 3, 4, Tau
Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4.
S.A., Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, Int. Guard,
Flounders, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Social Comm. 3, 4, S.B.I. 4,
Senior Council 4, Student Admin.
S.A., Flounders, Int. Guard.
Ei CURTIS. KENNETH
,. S.A., Senior Class Pres.,
Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Swim-
ming Team, Boys' Emblem
Club, National Honor, Stu-
dent Admin., German Club,
Treas., Biology Club, Pres.,
Board of Presidents.
S.A., Student Council 3, 4, Div. Room Officer 2, Girls' Emblem
Club 3, 4, H.R.S.G. 3, 4, S.B,l, 4, Interior Comm., lnt, Guard.
DAVIS. I ESS
S.A., Iunior Band l, Z, Concert Band 3, 4, V.E,S.B. l, 2, Flounders,
Fire Guard l, 2, 3, 4, Picked Platoon l, 2, 3, Photo Staff 3, Int.
Guard 3, 4.
S.A., Div. Chairman 2, Curtain Club 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Floun-
ders, A Cappella Z.
S.A., Student Admin.
S.A.: Biology Club: German
Club: Int. Guard: Tau Epsi-
lon: Student Admin.
Gage Park Wisconsin
S.A.: Football 1, 2, 3, 4:
Golf l, 2, 4: Boys' Emblem
Club 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 1, 2,
3, 4: Flounders: Pan Ameri-
can Club 2: Senior Social
Comm. 4: Senior Assembly
Comm.: Student Council.
S.A.: National Honor 4: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll
3, 4, Pres. 4: Biology Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4: Empehi News 3,
4, Literary Editor: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: Girls' Emblem Club 3, 4:
Quilpen 2, 3, 4: Annual Staff 2, 3, 4, Senior Editor 3, Literary and
Asst. Editor 4.
S.A.: Football l, 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: S.B.I.
Pres.: Student Court: Track 2: Social Comm.: Public Relations
Comm.: Board ol Presidents: Boys' Emblem Club Pres. 4.
S.A.: Football 1, 4: Wrestling 3: Student Council 3: Int. Guard 4:
Boys' Emblem Club 2, 3, 4: S.B.I. 3, 4: Div. Chairman 2: Track 2:
Shoop Michigan State
S.A.: Flounders: Int. Guard l: Student Admin.
Mt. Green wood
S.A.: Tau Epsilon: Latin Club 3, 4: German Club 4: Biology Club
3: A Cappella 2, 3, 4: Div. Room Officer 3: Senior Council:
Flounders: Student Admin.
S.A.: Tau Epsilon 2, 3: Concert Band 3: Pan American Club
3, 4: Girls' Emblem Club 4: Biology Club 3: H.R.S.G. 4: Student
S.A.: Track 1: S.B.I. 3, 4: Int. Guard l, 2: Baseball l.
S.A.: Boys' Emblem Club: Football.
S.A.: Iunior Band l: A Cap-
pella 2: Flounders: Int.
Shoop Michigan State
S.A.: Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4,
Vice-Pres. 4: Pan American
Club 2, 3, Vice-Pres. 3: Stu-
dent Court 4: S.B.I. 4: Base-
ball Team 3, 4: Boys' Emblem
Club 4: Student Council 2,
3, 4: Biology Club 2, 3: Sen-
ior Council 4.
Mt. Greenwood Illinois
' HENDRICKS. SUE
' ' S.A.: Latin Club: Quilpen: Girls' Glee Club: Biology Club:
Curtain Club: H.R.S.G.: A Cappella: Quill and Scroll: National
--. , Honor.
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S.A.: National Honor 4: Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4: Quill and Scroll
Pres. 4: Empehi News Staff 3, 4, Second Page Editor 4: Quilpen
' ' A 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4: Board of Presidents 4: Curtain Club l, 2, 3:
' g A Cappella 3, 4.
X S Vanderpoel Hanover
S.A.: Floundersp Girls' Glee Club 1, Z, 3, 4: A Cappella 3, 4:
Girls' Emblem Club 3, 4: Curtain Club 3, 4: German Club 3, 4:
Student Admin. l, 2, 3, 4: Empehi News Exchange Editor 3, 4.
' fe Clissold Lake Forest
S.A.: Swimming Team 2, 3, 4: Elounders: Tau Epsilon l, 4: Ger-
man Club 4: Student Council 4: Boys' Emblem Club: Senior
- Council 4: Curtain Club.
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S.A.: Boys' Emblem Club:
Biology Club: Student Court:
Football: Senior Council.
S.A.: Swimming Team 3: Int.
Guard 2, 4: Concert Band 2,
3, 4: Dance Band 3, 4: Con-
cert Orchestra 4: Div. Room
Officer 2, 3: Student Admin.:
Latin Club 3, 4: Biology 3.
Shoop Illinois .
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S.A.: Tau Epsilon: Student Council: Pan American Club: Biology
Club: Art Club: Quilpen l, 2, 3, 4: Senior Prom Comm.: Senior
Assembly Comm.: Flounders.
Mt. Greenwood Gregg Secretarial School
S.A.: Pan American Club: Flounders: lnt. Guard.
East Liverpool Wilson
S.A.: National Honor Pres. 4: Quill and Scroll Vice-Pres.: Editor
Empehi News: H.R.S.G. Vice-Pres.: Tau Epsilon: Board of Presi-
dents: Senior Banquet Comm.: Pan American Club: Quilpen.
Sutherland Michigan State
S.A.: Tau Epsilon: Senior
Council: Student Council:
National Honor: Board of
Presidents: Student Admin.:
Rifle Team: Officers' Club:
S.A.: Senior Assembly
Comm.: Empehi News Art
Editor: Art Club: Latin Club:
Elounders: Biology Club:
Poster Comm.: Tau Epsilon.
School oi Nursing
S.A.5 National Honor Vice-
Pres. 45 Red Cross Council
Sec'y 35 Girls' Emblem Club
3, 45 Board of Presidents 45
Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Treas.
35 Pan American Club 2, 3,
4, Sec'y 35 Curtain Club l, 2,
3, 45 Sec'y 35 Senior Council5
Concert Band Z, 3, 4.
Clissold Ohio Wesleyan
S.A.5 Flounders: Concert
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 45
Iazz Band l, Z, 3, 4, Leader 35
Board of Presidents 3.
S.A.5 Flounders5 Frosh-Soph Football.
S.A.5 A Cappella5 French Club5 Pan American Club.
U. ot Chicago
S.A.5 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Emblem Club 45 National
l-lonor5 Curtain Club 45 Floundersg Pan American Club 2, 3, 45
Quilpen 45 Student Admin. 2, 3, 4.
S.A.5 Student Admin.
Student Council 3.
S.A.5 Tau Epsilon l,
Z, 3, 45 Tau Epsilon l, Z5 Beginners Band l5
2, 3, 45 Biology Club5 Pan American Club5
Concert Band l, 2, 3, 45 Concert Orchestra 3, 4.
S.A.5 Art Club5 Pan American Club5 Biology Club5 A CappeIla5
Floundersg Poster Comm.
Vanderpoel Marietta, Ohio
S.A.5 Football 2, 3, 45 Wrestling l, Z5 Flounders5 Boys' Emblem ii'ii5'
Club5 Art Club5 lnt. Guard5 Student Admin, l, Z, 3.
S.A.5 Latin Club 3, 45 H.R.S.G. 3, 45 lnt. Guard 45 Student Admin.
2, 35 Girls' Emblem Club 45 Div. Room Officer 35 Biology Club 35
Tau Epsilon 2, 3.
Barnard Wesley Memorial School of Nursing
LA VORA, LA VERNE
S.A.5 Div. Room Ollicer5 Int.
S.A.5 National Honor 45 Quil-
pen 45 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45
Student Admin.5 Curtain
Club 3, 45 Biology Club 2,
35 Pan American Club 2, 35
I-l.R.S.G. 3: Poster Comm. 3.
S.A.: Pan American Club 3:
Biology Club Z: Girls' Glee
Club l, 2: A Cappella: Pub-
lic Relations Comm. 3: Floun-
ders: Empehi News Staff 3.
S.A.: French Club.
Shoop Maryland State
S.A.: Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4: Concert Band 3, 4, Pres. 4: lazz Band
4: Senior Council: Div. Room Officer 3: Flounders: Biology Club
Fire Guard: Student Council.
S.A.: National Honor 4: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Quilpen 4: Floun-
ders Vice-Pres.: H.R.S.G. 3, 4: Pan American Club 2, 3, 4: Social
Comm. 2: A Cappella 3, 4: Empehi News Stall 3.
Kohn Moody Bible Institute
SA.: Football l, 2: Student Admin. l, 2.
Kellogg Illinois College
S.A.: Pan American Club 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 2, 3: H.R.S.G. 3, 4:
Flounders: Int. Guard l, 2, 3, 4: Senior Banquet Comm.: Div.
Room Officer 4: Girls' Glee Club 3: Tau Epsilon 2.
S.A.: Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4: Concert Orchestra 4: Int. Guard
3, 4: Student Admin. 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 4.
METCALFE, MARY LOU
SA.: Pan American Club 2, 3, 4: H.R.S.G. 4: Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3:
Curtain Club 2, 3, 4: Biology Club: Senior Prom Comm. 4: An-
nouncement Comm. 4: Student Admin. 2, 3, 4: Flounders.
S.A.: Flounders: Girls' Emblem Club.
S.A.: Flounders: Biology
Club: French Club: Social
Comm.: S.B.l.: Curtain Club:
Clean-Up Comm.: Student
Admin.: Assembly Comm.
Mt. Greenwood Illinois
S.A.: Pan American Club 3,
4: H.R.S.G. 3, 4: A Cappella
l, 2, 3, 4: Flounders: Art
School ot Nursing
S.A.: Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4:
Concert Orchestra 3, 4: Pan
American Club 2, 3, 4: Foot-
ball 2: Basketball 3, 4: Boys'
Emblem Club: Flounders:
S.A.: Concert Band: March-
ing Band: Latin Club: Bi-
ology Club: Tau Epsilon:
Flounders: Int. Guard.
S utherl and North western
S.A.: Flounders: Senior Assembly Comm.: Senior Banquet
S.A.: Cheerleaders Z, 3, 4, Capt. 4: Girls' Emblem Club 3, 4:
Social Comm. 3, 4: Flounders: Senior Prom Comm. 4: Bed Cross
Council 2, 3, 4: Board of Presidents 4: Tau Epsilon l, 3: Business
Rep. 3, 4.
SAHLIN. I ANET
U. of Colorado
S.A.: Latin Club 3, 4: Clean-Up Comm. 3: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4:
National Honor 4: Girls' Glee Club l, Z, 3, 4: A Cappella 2, 3, 4:
Student Admin. l, 2, 3, 4.
Barnard American Conservatory of Music
S.A.: Red Cross Council 3, 4: Social Comm. 3, 4: Flounders:
Swimming Team l, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Emblem Club 2, 3, 4: Board of
Presidents 4: Int. Guard I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4: Div Chairman 2: Senior
SYKES, I AMES
S.A.: Int. Guard.
S.A.: Flouriders: Biology Club 3: Art Club 2, 3, 4: Student
Admin. 1, 2, 3, 4: Poster Comm. 3, 4: Int. Guard l.
S.A.: Flounders: Baseball 2,
3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Foot-
ball 2: Boys' Emblem Club
2, 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 3: Int.
Guard 3: Student Admin.
S.A.: Girls' Glee Club 3, 4:
Pan American Club 2, 3, 4:
Student Admin. 1, 2, 3: Div.
Room Officer 4: Assembly
Comm. 4: Int. Guard 3, 4.
Shoop American Con-
servatory of Music
S.A., Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 4,
H.H.S.G. Z, 3, Concert Or-
chestra l, 2, 3, 4, Div. Room
Officer l, 2, 4, Board ol
Presidents 3, 4, Quilpen l, 2,
3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3, Pan
American 3, Girls' Emblem
Barnard Northern Illinois
S.A., Latin Club 4, Basket-
ball 4, Senior Announce-
ment Comm. 4.
Barnard De Pauw
S.A.- National Honor- Tau Epsilon, Clean-Up Comm., Girls' Glee
Club Student Admin. Biology Club, Pan American Club, Quil-
S.A.- Latin Club 3 4' Curtain Club 4, Quill and Scroll 4,
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A pen, Flounders, Banquet Comm.
Empehi News Stall 3 4' Biology Club 2, 3, Concert Band l, 2, 3,
4, Concert Orchestra l, 3, 4, Commencement Comm. 4, Senior
S.A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 4, Concert Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, H.R.S.G.
Vice-Pres. 3, Girls' Emblem Club Pres. 4, Board of Presidents 4,
Div. Room Otticer, Student Council, Senior Class Treas., Senior
Mt. Vernon Northern Illinois State Teachers' College
S.A.' Flounders, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Orchestra 4,
Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Int. Guard 2, 4, S.B.l. 2. W
WILSON . WILLIAM
S.A., Baseball, Basketball,
S.A., Student Admin., Int.
Guard, Tau Epsilon 4,
Flounders, Student Council,
Biology Club, H.R.S.G.
Shoop U. of Colorado
HALL OF FAME
Helen Crider .....
Ken Curtis ......
Arlene Kemrnler. . .
Bob Buchanan ....
Carol Mitchell ....
Don Houlehan ....
Emmerlyne Kemp. .
Marilyn Herzog. . .
Clarence Pratt ....
Barbara Weir ....
Clarence Pratt .....
Mike Hardy .......
Mary Lou Metcalfe. . ..
Roger Sturner .....
Susie Hendricks. . .
Dick Grant .....
lean Lacey .... .
Dick Grant ....
lean Lacey .....
Calvin Kropp .....
Nancy Lofgren ....
Ronald Mattson. . .
Diana Atwood ....
Bob Buchanan ....
. . . .Most Popular Girl. . . . .
. .. .. .Most Popular Boy... .. .
.Girl Most Likely To Succeed.
.Boy Most Likely To Succeed.
. . . . .Girl With Best Line. . ..
.....Boy With Best Line. . ..
. . . .Most Talented Person. . . . .
. . . . .Friendliest Girl. . . . .
. . . . .Friendliest Boy. . . . .
. . . .Peppiest Girl. , . .
. . . .Peppiest Boy. . . .
. ..... Prettiest Smile .... .
. . . . . .Most Athletic Boy. . . . ..
. . . .Frannie Mason
. . . .Don Bostrom
. . . .Ioan Hoeglund
. . . . .Gordon Fales
. . . . . . .Lois Smisek
. . . .Charlie Marshall
. . . . .Lois Smisek
. . . .Prannie Mason
. . . .Ierry Groebe
. . . .Frannie Mason
. . . . .Bill Roscrow
. . . . .Irene Matthews
. . . . . .Don Bostrom
Girl With Best Sense Ot Humor ....... Carol Anderson
Boy With Best Sense Ol Humor. ......... Bill Roscrow
.....l-lungriest Boy. . . ..
. . . . .Most Talkative Girl. . . . .
. . . . .Most Talkative Boy. . . . .
.....Cutest Girl. . . ..
. . . .Best Girl Dancer. . . .
. . . .Best Boy Dancer. . . .
. . . . .Most Dignitied Girl. . . . .
. . . . .Most Dignified Boy. . . , .
. . . .Norman Buzzard
. . .Carol Anderson
. .. .. .Bob Pease
. . . . .Irene Matthews
. .Charlie Marshall
. . . .Nancy Kruse
. . . . .Dick Ianson
. . . . .Carle Maier
. . .Warren Runyan
Row I Mason.
Row 2 Fales, Prieb.
Row 3 Bostrom.
The Iune class of 1952 was proud to have
as its officers, Travor Beste, president, Carle
Maier, vice-president, Irene Matthews, secre-
taryg and Lois Smisek, treasurer.
Travor appointed the various committee
heads and presided over the Senior Council,
Carle was chairman of the senior social com-
mittee, and Irene kept the minutes of all the
Senior Class and Council meetings. Lois
Smisek directed the financial committee, drew
up the senior budget, and collected class dues.
Travor Beste Carle Maier
"' . snr... . X
Irene Matthews Lois Smisek
FRANNIE MASON, our S.A. vice-presi-
dent and a member of the National Honor So-
ciety, planned the very successful S.A. dances.
IOAN PRIEB, a member of Tau Epsilon, carried
out most efficiently the many exacting duties
of secretary of the S.A. GORDY FALES de-
voted much of his time to his duties as S.A.
president, and yet earned membership in the
National Honor Society and in the Boys' Em-
blem Club. DON BOSTROM was kept busy as
S.A. treasurer, but he still found time to gain
fame as football co-captain and as a forward
on the basketball team.
SA., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Pan American Club 2, 3, 4, Art Club,
Biology Club, Poster Comm., Student Admin., H.R.S.G., Curtain
Club 4, Girls' Emblem Club.
A. O. Sexton Illinois
S.A., Flounders, Biology Club, Student Admin., Int. Guard.
S.A., Art Club Pres., Curtain Club Treas., Flounders, Financial
Promotion Comm. Chairman, Public Relations Comm., Poster
Comm., Pan American Club, Board ot Presidents, Executive
Esmond Michigan State
SA., Flounders, Student Admin., Marching Band: Concert Or-
chestra, Concert Band.
S.A., Flounders, Swimming
Team 1, 2, 3, 4, Iazz Band
3, 4, Div. Room Oliicer, Pan
American Club 2, Football l,
Vcmderpoel U. ol Colorado
S.A., Business Staff l, 2, 3,
4, Empehi News Stall 3, 4,
Quill and Scroll, Quilpen 2,
3, 4, National Honor 4, Tau
Epsilon: H.R.S.G. 3, 4, Pan
American Club, Girls' Glee
S.A., Pan American Club 2,
3, 4, Sec'y, Tau Epsilon 1,
2, 3, 4, H.R.S.G. 3, 4, Student
Council 4, Girls' Emblem
Club 4, Biology Club 2, 3, 4,
Concert Orchestra, National
Honor Sec'y, Div. Room Olli-
Shoop North western
S.A., Flounders, Latin Club, German Club Sec'y, Tau Epsilon,
Div. Room Officer, H.R.S.G., Student Admin.
Kellogg U. of Minnesota
S.A., Flounders, Int. Guard, Student Admin.
St. Christina Loyola
S.A., Football, Boys' Emblem Club 3, 4, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4,
Iazz Band, Leader 4, Board ol Presidents 4, Tau Epsilon, Concert
Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Wrestling l, 2, Flounders.
S.A., Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 3, 4, Social Comm. 3,
Public Relations Comm. 4, German Club, S.B.I. 3, 4, Senior Class
Pres., Student Admin., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3.
S.A.: Curtain Club: Art Club: Spanish Club: Int. Guard: Floun-
Mt. Greenwood Undecided
S.A. Treas.: Executive Comm.: Boys' Emblem Club: Football
l, 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4: Baseball: Stu-
dent Admin.: Red Cross Council: Tau Epsilon: Student Court.
S.A.: Flounders: French Club.
Shoop U. ol Mexico
S.A.: Flounders: Curtain Club.
S.A.: Stage Crew l, 2, 3:
BROWN. ELIZABETH 'glonor 1GuFard: GY.E.Si.Bi: gill?
eam : ire uar , , ,
M" Gwenwood 4, Air Raid Guard 3, 4.
Walter Scott Undecided
BRUECKNER, CARL ,V
SA.: Student Admin. 2: Pan A BURN1-IAM. MARIANNE
American Club 2: Flounders: SA
lnt. Guard. . Clissold
S.A.: Student Admin.: Pan American Club: Art Club: Poster 1 . M .
Comm.: Tau Epsilon: Int. Guard: Div. Room Officer: I-l.R.S.G. f
Clissold Illinois '
S.A.: Flounders: Tau Epsilon: Biology Club: French Club: lnt.
Shoop. Illinois ' 2 X 34'
S.A.: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3: Div. Room Officer 'ifii
2, 3: Student Court: Boys' Emblem Club: Student Admin.: Int.
Guard: S.B.I.: Art Club
S.A.: Business Rep. l, 2, 3, 4: National Honor 4: Tau Epsilon 1,
2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club: A Cappella: Student Admin.: Pan
American Club: Quilpen: Div. Room Officer: H.R.S.G. 4.
Kewanee, Ill. A Illinois
S.A., Annual Staff Art Editor 4, Empehi News Staff 4, Pan Ameri-
can Club 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 4, Art Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Tau Epsilon
l, 3, 4, Quilpen, Biology Club 4, Business Rep. 4.
American Academy of Art
S.A., Student Admin., Tau Epsilon, Pan American Club.
B .2 New York Illinois
.f Q COATES. ELEANOR
Q, COLE. SHIRLEY
S.A., Business Rep., Flounders, Curtain Club, Tau Epsilon, Girls'
Glee Club, Biology Club, Pan American Club, A Cappella.
S.A., Honor Guard, A Cap-
pella, Student Council.
Ioliet Emory University '
S.A., Basketball, Tau Epsi-
lon, Pan American Club,
Biology Club, Div. Room Of-
S.A., Div. Room Officer.
S.A., Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Iazz Band 3, 4, Exterior Comm.
S.A., Latin Club, Flounders, Div. Room Officer, Int. Guard, Stu-
dent Council, Tau Epsilon, Student Admin.
Clissold U. of Colorado
DE CAPRIO. FRANK
. gg y ..
S.A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 4,
I-l.R.S.G. 3, 4, Girls' Glee
Club Vice-Pres. 4, Quilpen,
Girls' Emblem Club Sec'y-
Treas. 4, Pan American
Club, Student Admin., Pro-
motion Comm. 4, Biology
Clissold lowa State
S.A., lnt. Guard, Student
DE VRIES. BARBARA
S.A.: Tau Epsilon: Student Council: H.R.S.G.: Student Admin.:
Girls' Emblem Club: Flounders: Pan American Club: Biology
Club: Div. Room Officer.
DI NICOLA, CARMEN
S.A.: Flounders: Wrestling: Picked Drill Platoon: Int. Guard: Div.
Room Officer: Clean-Up Comm.
U. ot Colorado
St. Charles Borremeo Northwestern
Magnolia Southern U.
S.A.: Flounders: H.R.S.G.: S.B.l.: Curtain Club: Student Admin.:
Clean-Up Comm.: Social Comm.
. - 'ga yy
EAMES. ADRIENNE xiii? EASTHOPE, BARRQN
S.A.: Flounders: Student -I ' S.A.: Rifle Team: Fire Guard
Admin.: Pan American Club Q I ' 43 SUPSIEUSOT li:
2, 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 2, 4: W . , I N199 TSW , , , 1
Girls' Glee Club: Fall Pro- , 'rw Pcfn Arrkericgn 531152 Tgu Ep-
d t' 4, ' sion: ir ai uar.
uc lon Esmond Illinois
S.A.: S.B.I,: Clean-Up
Comm.: Flounclers: Exterior
Guard 2, 3: Int. Guard.
S.A. Pres.: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling l, 2: Boys' Emblem Club:
Student Admin.: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: National Honor: Promo-
tion Comm. Chairman: Executive Comm.: Board of Presidents.
Clissold U. ol Michigan
S.A.: Student Court: S.B.I.: Int. Comm.: Art Club: Pan American
Club: Student Admin.: Clean-Up Comm.: Exterior Comm.
St. Barnabas Illinois
S.A.: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Poster Comm. Z, 3: Pan American
Club 3: Student Admin.: Flounders: Concert Band: Concert Or-
chestra: Iazz Band: National Honor.
S.A.: Flounders: Tau Epsi-
lon: V.E.S.B.: Stage Crew:
Pan American Club 2, 3, 4:
Barnard North western
S.A., Chief Iustice, Tau Ep-
silon l, 2, 3, 4, National
Honor, Curtain Club 2, 3, 4:
I-l.R.S.G., Latin Club Z, 3, 4,
Treas. 4, French Club,
Clean-Up Comm., Student
Council, Div, Room Officer.
Sutherland U. of Michigan
S.A. Athletic Commissioner, Football, Boys' Emblem Club, Ger-
man Club, Pres., Flounders, Executive Comm., Tau Epsilon, Int.
S.A., Flounders, Int. Guard, French Club.
St. Mary ot Mount Carmel
S.A., Tau Epsilon, Flounders, Student Admin. 2, 3, 4, Pan Ameri-
HAGER, NORMA IEAN
SA., Tau Epsilon, H.R.S.G., Curtain Club, Art Club, S.B.l., lnt.
Guard, Flounders, Student Admin.
Mt. Green wood
S.A., Flounders, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Boys' Emblem Club 3, 4, Busi-
ness Rep. 2, Div. Chairman l, 3, German Club 3, 4, Tau Epsilon
2, 3, Student Council l, 3, Student Admin. 2, 3.
Vanderpoel Missouri School of Mines
S.A., Pan American Club, Student Admin.
S.A., Basketball 2, Int. Guard 1, 2, 3, Flounders.
Shoop Tuslceegee Inst.
S.A., H.R.S.G., Biology Club.
Greenview Patricia Stevens Modeling School
6? GOLDBERG. IERROLD
Flounders, Latin Club
Mt. A Greenwood l.l.'l'.
S.A., Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4,
H.R.S.G., Latin Club, Girls'
Emblem Club 4, National
Honor, Student Council Z,
Art Club 3, 4, Flounders,
Biology Club 4, Student
Admin. 1, Z, 3, 4.
S.A.1 Clean-Up Comm.1 R.O.T.C. Officers' Club, Treas.1 Boys'
Emblem Club1 Football1 Basketball Co-Capt.1 Chief of Fire
Liberty No. 14 Maryland State
S.A.1 Floundersp Girls' Glee Club Z, 3, 41 Curtain Club 3, 41
French Club 3, 41 Social Comm. 3, 4j Poster Comm. 3, 41 Red
Cross Council 41 H.R.S.G. 4.
S.A.1 Pan American Club 21 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 41 Student Admin.
Barnard U. of Chicago
S.A.1 Business Rep.: Pan American Club Treas. 3, Pres. 41
H.R.S.G. 3, 41 Promotion Comm. Chairman 41 Board of Presidents1
Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4j National Honor1 Curtain Club1 Girls' State
HAgfxKl?SH1f' l ROTC Q " .. S.A.1 Stage Crewp Tau Ep-
- -I Wlmmlngi - -- - si1on1 Rifle Team1 Picked
Officers' Clubp Rifle Team1 y 3 platoon, A Cappella: Board
Picked Platoon: . HOHQF Q Q .1-'gg' of Presidents1 Assembly
Cguafgi Baie Cmgl QU Rdld , Comm.1 Pan American C1ub1
HUF! 10 OQY U- Flounders.
St. Iohn's Illinois Kellogg Illinois
S.A.1 Annual Staff 3, 4, Ir.
HITZEMAN EUNICE Editor 3, Editor 41 Board of
' , Presidents1 Executive
S.A.1 Flounders1 Tau Eps11on1 Comm.. public Relations
German Club? ,Student Comm.1 Student Court Iudge1
Court1 Student Admin. Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3' 4: NG,
Grace Lutheran tional Honor1 Latin C1ub1
Student Council1 Biology
Barnard U. oi Minnesota
HOUSER. SHIRLEY A
S.A.1 FIOLlndeYSi Art Club 31 Concert Band l, 2, 3, 41 Concert
Orchestra 1, Z, 31 Biology Club 21 Pan American Club 3.
S.A.1 Football 3, 41 Boys' Emblem Club 2, 3, 41 Wrestling 21 Golf A Q
1, 3, 41 Student Admin. 3.
IANSON. MARY ANN
S.A.1 Flounders1 Student Admin.1 Int. Guard 1, 2.
St. Caietan's Iowa State
S.A.1 F1ounders1 Biology C1ub1 Tau Epsilon1 A Cappella1 Student
Admin.: Red Cross Council1 Curtain Club: Div. Room Otficer1
Public Relations Comm.
St. Barnabas De Pauw
S.A.: Football l, Z, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Boys' Emblem Club:
Student Council: 'Public Relations Comm.: Div. Room Officer: Bi-
ology Club: Flounders.
S.A.: Flounders: Latin Club 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Tau
S.A.: Football: Pan
Comm.: Int. Guard.
KELLY. PHY1.1.1s '-
S.A.: Student Admin.: Latin
Club: Flounders: Int. Guard.
St. Henry Fox
S.A.: Flounders: Pan Ameri-
can Club: H.R.S.G.: Student
Beverly Business College
S.A.: Flounders: Empehi News Staff Third Page Editor: Quill and
Scroll: Quilpen: A Cappella: Girls' Glee Club: Tau Epsilon:
Curtain Club: H.R.S.G.
Sutherland U. of Indiana
S.A.: Flounders: Swimming: Baseball: S.B.I.: Boys' Emblem Club.
S.A.: Int. Guard 2: Flounders: Clean-Up Comm. 3. :
S.A.: Concert Band Majorelte: Flounders: Student Admin.: Tum-
blin H R S G
g: . . . .
Esmond U. of Colorado
American Club: Flounders: Clean-Up
S.A.: Tau Epsilon: Curtain
Club: A Cappella: Girls'
Glee Club: Ir. Chorus: Pub-
lic Relations Comm.: Pan
American Club: Div. Room
Van Vlissenger U.C.L.A.
S.A.: Flounders: Biology
Club 4: H.R.S.G. 3, 4: Quil-
pen 4: Student Admin. 3, 4:
Ir. Chorus 3: Art Club 3: Tau
Epsilon 4: French Club 3, 4.
Sutherland U. of Indiana
LA VINE. IAMES
Mt. Greenwood Illinois
LEONARD, MARY ANN
S.A.5 Pan American Club5
Student Admin.5 Div. Chair-
man5 Student Council.
Beverly Business College
S.A.5 Int. Guard 1, 45 German Club 35 Art Club 2, 35 Flounders.
S.A.5 R.O.T.C. Picked Platoong Fire Guard5 Clean-Up Comm.5
Student Admin.: V.E.S.B. I '
S.A.5 Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 35 Curtain Club 3, 45 Pan American Club
l, 2, 3, 45 Student Admin. 1, 2, 3, 45 Fall Production 35 1-l.R.S.G.
45 Promotion Comm. 35 Business Staff l.
Vgndefpogl Park, Miss.
S.A.5 Int. Guard 2, 35 Supervisor 3, 45 German Club 3, 45 Latin
Club 3, 45 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 Floundersy R.O.T.C. Picked
S.A.5 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Biology Club 3, 45 Art Club 1, 2, 3, 45
Elounders5 Student Admin. l, 2, 3, 45 Div. Room Officer 3.
S.A.5 Flounders5 Tau Epsilon5 Latin Club5 Student Admin.5 Na-
tional Honor5 Girls' Glee Club5 Div. Room Officer.
LA PATO, DONALD
S.A.5 Elounders5 Int. Guard5 Pan American Club5 Clean-Up
S.A.5 Swimming Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 4.
S.A.5 Curtain Club5 Tau Ep-
si1on5 Int. Guard5 Pan Ameri-
can Club5 Biology Club5
U. of Colorado
S.A.5 Clean-Up Comm.5 Div.
Room Ollicer5 Promotion
Comm.5 Flounders5 Pan
Mt. Greenwood Illinois
SA., Tau Epsilon, Curtain Club, Student Council, Div. Room
Chairman, Int. Guard, Student Admin.
S.A., Flounders, Int. Guard, Student Admin., Girls' Glee Club,
Iunior Girls' Chorus.
Kellogg Mary Roberts Beauty Culture
SA., Vice-Pres. oi Senior Class, H.R.S.G. 4, Latin Club 3, 4,
J- French Club 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, National Honor, Social
ig 5 Comm. 4,
Dayton, Ohio Michigan State
S.A., Flounders, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, Pan American Club 2, 3, Int.
Guard, Treas., A Cappella 3, 4.
Q Barnard Northwestern
MARSH' THOMAS MARSHALL. CHARLES
SA., Basketball 2, 3, 4, Boys'
34,1 tFl05nde5SflV-g-S33- 2' Emblem ciub 3, 4, noun-
G: nd Zugl P' ' .ue ders, Tau Epsilon 3, Div.
uw ' ' Om menccm Room Officer 3, Pan Ameri-
Club 21314 Usher Force lf 21 can ciub 2' Int. Guard 2 3-
HOHO' Guqfd 4' student Admin. 2, 3.
, Barnard Illinois
if fs .
MARVIN HELEN Y A MASON, FRANCES
S.A., Flounders, Tau Epsilon ViCe'Pre?'7 Pllbli? Rem'
1, Student Admin- 2 3 4: tions Comm., Girls Glee
Art H G 3 '4, pan PlaOLl.Hd8I"?, Pris., ?OCII'?
- ' 'A" , ' 'V o resi ents, au psi on ,
Qierican Club Z, 3, Quilpen 2, 3' 4: National Honor:
- I Cheerleaders, Social Comm.
St. Caretan s Marquette AL Sutherland Beloit
, 4 za-if.
S,A., Flounders, Sec'y, Pan American Club l, 2, 3, Cheerleaders
2, Curtain Club 3, 4, Sec'y 4, Int. Guard 4, Biology Club 2,
H.R,S.G. 3, 4, Student Admin. 3.
SA., Flounders, Pan American Club l, 2, Biology Club 3, Tau
Epsilon 2, 4, Art Club 3, 4, Poster Comm. 3, 4, Student Admin. 2,
3, Int. Guard 4.
Esmond American Academy ot Arts
S.A., Latin Club 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, H.R.S.G.
3, 4, Curtain Club 3, Student Admin., Flounders, Tau Epsilon
l, 2, Student Council,
Mt, Vernon Dulce
S.A., Tau Epsilon, Curtain Club, Cheerleaders, Quilpen,
H.R.S,G., Girls' Glee Club, Pan American Club, A Cappella,
S.A., Flounders, Beginners Band, Pan American Club 1, 2, 3,
Curtain Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Board of Presidents 4, Biology Club
2, German Club 4, Fall Production 4.
Mt. Vernon l.l.'I'.
S.A., Flounders, Int. Guard, Biology Club, Latin Club, Student
Mt. Greenwood Undecided
S.A., Flounders, Biology Club, Pan American Club, Int. Guard,
Div. Chairman, Clean-Up Comm., Student Council, Div. Vice-
Vanderpoel Michigan State
S.A., Flounders, R.O.T.C., Ritle Team, Officers Club, Fire Guard,
V.E.S.B., Stage Crew.
S.A., Pan American Club 2,
3, 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Y MILLAR. MARILYN
H.R.S.G. 3, 4, Curtain Club S.A., Flounders, Student
3, 4, Biology Club 2, 3: Admin., Art Club.
Flounders, Student Admin. 3, Barnard Wisconsin
4, S.B.I. 3, Int. Guard 4.
S.A., Concert Band, Concert MINGO, MILDRED
Orchestra, Curtain Club,
Pan American Club, Student
Admin., Flounders, March-
S.A., Basketball, Intramural Sports, Latin Club, Boys' Emblem
Club, Clean-Up Comm., Flounders. g I
S.A., Latin Club, S.B.I., Int. Guard, H.R.S.G., Girls' Emblem
Club, Art Club, Social Comm., Student Admin., Exterior Guard.
S.A., Girls' Glee Club l, 2, 3, 4, H.R.S.G. 3, 4, Flounders, German
Club 3, 4, Student Admin., Tau Epsilon, Student Council 4, Art
Club, Div. Chairman, Vice-Chairman.
S.A., Art Club, Iunior Mixed Chorus. A v
if U 54.97
,A as 1
Eg... ' f
S.A.: Pan American Club:
Art Club: Poster Comm.: Int.
S.A.: Student Council 3: German Club 3.
St. Peters IlliI1OfS
S.A.: Int. Guard: Pan American Club: Clean-Up Comm.
S.A.: Pan American Club: Flounders: Quilpen: Student Admin.
S.A.: Flounders: Div. Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4: Biology Club: Stu-
dent Council l, 2, 3, 4: Student Admin.: Clean-Up Comm.: Int.
S.A.: Tau Epsilon: Football: Wrestling: Boys' Emblem Club:
Flounders: Pan American Club: lnt. Guard.
S.A.: Flounders: H.R.S.G. 3, 4: Pan American Club 2, 3, 4: Int.
Guard l, 4: Student Admin. l, 2, 3, 4: S.B.l. 4: Div. Room Officer
1, 2: Clean-Up Comm.
Fort Dearborn Northwestern
S.A.: Student Admin. l, 2, 3, 4: Stage Crew l, 2, 3, 4: Pan Ameri-
can Club l, 2, 3: R.O.T.C,: Honor Guard 3: Flounders: Fire Guard.
S.A.: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4:
Pan American Club 2, 3, 4:
Girls' Glee Club 4: l'l.R.S.G.
3, 4: Girls' Emblem Club 3, 4:
Student Admin. 2, 3, 4:
Flounders: Biology Club 2,
3: Art Club 2, 3.
S.A.: Business Rep. Z: Cheer-
leaders 2, 3, 4: Girls' Emblem
Club 3, 4: Latin Club Z, 3, 4:
Int. Guard 4: Quilpen 3, 4:
Flounders: I-I.R.S.G. 3, 4: Tau
Epsilon 2: Student Admin. l,
2, 3, 4.
l PATZLAFF, BETTY
5 553- S.A., Pan American Club, Flounders, Girls' Glee Club, Student
' PAUL, MARIE
SA., Flounders, Tau Epsilon, Div. Chairman, Art Club, Girls'
Glee Club, A Cappella, Student Admin.
SA., Swimming l, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon, Honor
ww Guard, Biology Club Officer, Flounders, Boys' Emblem Club 3, 4,
S.A., Football 1, 2, Floun-
S.A., Student Admin., Latin 'V
Club, French Club, Tau Ep-
silon, National Honor, Div.
Christ the King
S.A., S.B.l., Honor Guard, Student Council, Student Court, Bas-
ketball 2, 3, 4, Football Z, Baseball 2, 3, 4, lunior Mixed Chorus
l, 2, Fire Guard.
S.A., Flounders, Pan American Club, Student Admin., H.R.S.G.
S.A., Student Court, S.B.l., Art Club, Student Admin., Clean-Up
S.A., Pan American Club, Student Admin., Flounders, Biology
Barnard Wesley Memorial
R.O.T.C. Rifle Team 3, 4.
SA., Flounders, Social Comm. 2, 3, S.B.l. 4, Int. Guard 2.
S.A., Stage Crew, German
S.A., Sec., Tau Epsilon l, 2,
3, 4, Girls' Glee Club, Pres.
and Sec., Quilpen, Sec.,
Board of Presidents, Sec.,
Assembly Comm., Chairman,
Student Council, Sec.,
l-l.R.S.G., Student Admin.
Vanderpoel De Pauw
S.A.5 Flounders5 Student Admin.5 Biology Club5 Pan American
Club5 Concert Band, Concert Orcl'iestra5 Marching Band5 Art
S.A.5 Tau Epsilon5 Girls' Emblem Club5 Latin Club5 H.R.S.G.5
Art Club5 Student Admin.5 Floundersg Biology Club.
S.A.5 Tau Epsilon5 Girls' Emblem Club5 Latin Club5 H.R.S.G.5 Art
Club, Student Admin.5 Floundersg Biology Club.
We Clissold Valparaiso
S.A.5 Flounders5 Student Admin.5 Pan American Club l, 2, 35
Biology Club 45 Tau Epsilon 3, 45 H.R,S.G.5 Ouilpen.
Shoop Chicago Teachers' College
. : . A l
ROBINSON' RICHARD aoscnow. WILLIAM
S.A.5 V.E.S.B.5 Pan American
Club 35 Fire Guard 2, 3, 45
R.O.T.C. Usher Force 1, 2, 35
Concert Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4. Clissold Undecided
8. S.A.5 Flounders5 Curtain
- Club 45 Div. Room Chairman
45 Student Council 4.
RUMMEI-1 PHI!-I-IP 31: S.A.5 Basketball 3, 45 Golf 3,
S.A.5 Tau Epsilon5 Wrestling 4: BOlSebQl1 2: Art Club,
l, 25 Basketball 3, 45 Pan Pres.5 Board of Presidents5
Ameficqn Club: Marching iv Sllldefll 42 Boys' Em-
Bqndg National Hqnor, blem Club: Social Comm. 4,
Vanderpoel Oberlin Clean-Up Comm. 2.
S.A.5 Flounders5 Biology Club5 Int. Guard5 Pan American Club5
S.A.5 Girls' Emblem Club5 Flounders5 Student Admin.5 German
Club5 Tau Epsilon.
S.A.5 Empehi News Staff 3, 4, Ass't lst Page Editor 3, lst Page
Editor 45 H.Ft.S.G.5 Girls' Emblem Club5 Board ot Presidentsp
Quilpen5 Quill and Scroll5 Tau Epsilon5 National Honor.
S.A.5 Flounclers5 Div. Officer l, 35 Student Council5 Quilpen5 Quill
and Scroll5 Curtain Club5 Art Club5 H.R.S.G.
S.A.- Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Flounders, Usher
Force- Assembly Band 2, 3, 4, Fire Guard.
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S.A.- Flounders, Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Rep., Student
- 1 Admin. 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 1, National Honor.
It Barnard Illinois
3 SEITZ, CHARLES
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S.A., Boys' Emblem Club, Basketball, Football, Exterior Guard,
Q-gy S.A., Pan American Club 1, 2, Flounders, Treas. of Senior Class,
' Cheerleaders 3, Girls' Glee Club 1, Z, 3, 4, Sec. 2, Vice-Pres.
4, Board of Presidents 4, Div. Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon
4, Curtain Club 3, 4.
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Usher Force, R.O.T.C., Honor - ' 4 t, SMLTAIZ' IEDROSHY
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Room Chairman 3, Latin W 1 M SPEISERI DONALD
Club 21 3' 41 Aff Club 2' 3141 s.A.- Plounders- R.o.T.c.
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3, 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 4: Bi-
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Cljssold Art Institute
S.A., Flounders, Student Admin. 2, Stage Crew l, 2, 3: Pan
American Club 3. .
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S.A., Flounders, Student Admin.
Graham Beverly Business College
St. Margaret ol Scotland
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4' First Lutheran
Pan American Club: Biology Club: Art Club: Int.
S.A.: National Honor, Pres.: Latin Club, Pres. 4: Empehi News
Stait 3, 4, Sports Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4: Annual Statf, Sports
Editor 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 4: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4.
SA.: Football 2, 3, 4: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Emblem Club
3, 4: Student Admin. 2, 3: Financial Promotion Comm. 3: German
Club 3, 4: Clean-Up Comm. 2: National Honor.
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S.A.: Pan American Club: Biology Club: Student Admin.: Quil-
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S.A,: Flounders: V.E.S.B. l, 2, 3, 4: Int. Guard l: Pan American
Club 3, 4: Clean-Up Comm.
S.A.: Flounders: Biology Club.
Mt. Greenwood Undecided
S.A.: Football 1, 2: Wrestling l, 2: Basketball 4: V.E.S.B. l, 2, 3,
4: R.O.T.C, Picked Platoon: Flounders: A Cappella 3, 4: Rifle
S.A.5 Tau Epsilong Biology
Club5 Clean-Up Comm.:
Flounders5 Int. Guard5 Pan
S.A.5 Flounclers5 l'I.R.S,G.5
Tau Epsilon l, 2, 35 Ouilpen
2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 35 Quill
and Scroll 45 Art Club 2, 3, 4,
Sec. 35 Red Cross Council 2,
3, 45 Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3, 45
Pan American Club 2, 3, 4.
Evergreen Park Purdue
Pres. 45 Clean-Up Comm.
Pres. 45 Annual Staff 3, 4
and Scroll 3, 4, Vice-Pres.
S.A.5 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 National Honor 45 French Club 3, 4,
l, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 35 A Cappella 2, 3, 4,
, Iunior Editor 3, Senior Editor 45 Quill
35 Financial Promotion Comm. 4.
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Force5 Picked Platoon.
S.A.5 Pan American Club5 I-l.R.S.G.5 Board of Presidents5 Girls'
Emblem Club5 Curtain Club5 Art Club5 Student Council5 Student
Admin., Pres,5 Girls' Glee Club, Treas.5 Flounders.
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ROBINSON, RICHARD A.
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blem Club 3, 45 German
Club 3, 45 Tau Epsilon l, 2,
S.A.5 Boys' Emblem Club 2,
3, 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Wres-
tling Z, 35 Basketball 3:
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2, 3, 45 Dance Band 2, 3, 45
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Row 1: Ekstrom, Sprin, Herbster,
Demsier, Field, Moyer, Snyder, Cony-
bear. Row 2: Ambelang, Kline, Mc-
Mahon, Gray, Bornholdt, Ericksen,
Washington, Crane, Kennedy, By-
strom. Row 3: Larson, Seip, Scanlan,
Mosher, Groebe, Griffin, Habermann,
Beckman, Van Ellen, Altmann. Holi-
Row 1: Rowley, Hart, Weir, Melan,
Duify, Norman, Nolan. Row 2: At-
wood. Black, McKee, Anderson,
Peierson, Allen, Crutch, Behrens,
Forsyth. Row 3: Dunne, Bracy,
Adamson, Woltman, Olenheimer,
Carlson, Hoey, Shannon, Kariawood,
Row 1: Meyer, Whalen, Laidlaw, Mc-
Kenna, Martin, Holly, Lorenz. Row
2: Klingensmith, I. Wilson, Hemmer,
Shippy, Olson, Swaikowski, Iohnson.
Kunath. Row 3: Belding, Perrizo,
Stahl, C. Wilson, Kunz, Hodges, Hen-
nington, Murphy, Hill, Durling.
Row l: Swanson, Miller, Cherny,
Hinch, Lachet, Blum, Cunningham,
Woolridge. Row Z: McDowell,
Brownlow, Nolan, Waldo, Presley,
Sundland, Rogers, Gayden, Iuepe.
Row 3: Koch, Kalchbrenner, Carroll,
Olney, Innes, Rush, Swanson, Wag-
ner, Pontious, Tatge, Akers, Sachlle-
Row 1: Roberts, Petosky, Ambrose,
West, Iuscxck, Shirey, McBride. Row
2: Cobb, Redemske, Klein, Pannell,
Washington, Dorgan. Dowling,
Lagges. Row 3: Iohnson, Haelig,
Waters, Backstrom, Thiede, Riggs,
Stone, Risetter, Ford, Stadleman.
Row 1: Nordmeyer, Landgrebe,
Brauer, Quinn, Gramberg, Duval,
Howland. Row 2: Herdlein, Camp-
bell, Vaughan, Ferman, Firant,
Dunne, Andrews. Row 3: Iohnson,
Wright, Casper, Karstrand, Reimer,
Reicke, Schueneman, Bennett, Mar-
Row 1: Polacek, Goldberg, Lenz,
Whited, Kiskadden, Oliver, Corona,
Petrow. Row 2: Westcott, Burnell,
Ericson, Hale, Kok, Blockway, Pin-
kerton, Conybear, Kemmler, Granger,
Iohnson, Stack, Sittler. Row 3: Ford,
Crandalls, Lippman, Hopkins, Beeby,
Rucker, Duffy, Unterberg, Gill, Sillo-
way, Spencer, Borg, Hill, Iordan.
Row l: Zielinski, Carlson, Day, Kirch-
hardt, Fryk, Stokes, Fredrich, Hahn
Row 2: Matthews, Klaus, Monroe
Rottmayer, Floyd, Gray, Williams.
Leenstra. Bennett, Thompson, Hill,
Munneclce. Row 3: Erickson, Usery,
Vonder, Orr, Murdock, Doyle, Iohans-
son, Flagler, Coleman. Carlson, Ras-
mussen, Hoven, Simons, Pirmcm.
Row l: Fields, Reynolds, Cassidy,
Plebanek, Bergeron, Carrington.
Sachtleben, Dunnett. Row 2:
Butthuis. De Suno, Metz, Mort, Mi-
chael, Pratt, Sandberg, Smith, Par-
ker. Bombard. Row 3: Stier, Rakich,
Shields, Deufel. Manning, Kuglin,
White, Marsh. Haas, Anderson,
Embs, Schmidt, Swanson.
Row 1: D. Iones, Oswald, Hagey,
Michael, Ortez, Button, Pusitari. Row
2: Pierce, N. Iones, Collins, Cole,
Samons, Person, Woolrich, Evering-
ham. Row 3: Hoeppner. Bagwell,
Moore, Dokes, Morrison. Bergloff,
Watson, Walker, Russell, Smith,
Row 1: Fryk, Wilks, Lore, Harris,
Ramsbottom, Stafford, Wiitington,
Robinson. Row 2: Schaffer, Howath,
Backstrom, Nelson, Faulkner, Iordan,
Percy, Ritchey. Flesvig, Shippy,
Strom, Palmquist. Row 3: Hegburg,
Tripton, Hess, Hynes, Dehler, Pear-
son, Holmes, Miskiv, Aldridge, Bila,
Row l: Brown, Berger, Lavery, Mr.
Nyberg, McNeal, Galzynski, Hatfield.
Row 2: Halper. Heil, Bolitho, Wallis,
Channell, Palsedge, Grief, Konietzky,
Nixon, Maheras. Row 3: Hahn, Cap-
ron, Mirrielees, Clark. Braun, Wik-
sten, Ludwig, Mills, Fewkes, Grettie,
Row 1: Franklin, Langeland, Bag-
well. Gilbs, Beckman, Bathe, Mack-
lin. Row 2: Earl, Werstless, Rea
Peterson, Roy, Wenner. Muhr. Wy-
rick. Row 3: Bronson. Little, Freden-
dall, Stirling. Mason, Friske, Hickert
Holm, Henderson, Mandes.
Row l: Host, Travis, De Coursey.
Alcerstrom. Colquitt, Bram, Egan.
Genender. Row 2: Kanchier. Tate
Crites, Migely, Henke, Connolly,
Rodgers, Sanders, Mathis, Spaeth,
Blacksher, Daniels. Row 3: Kotz.
Countryman, Frederick. Pickens.
Winton, Sault, Quast, Howard, Lind-
gren. Leeming, Gibson, Nelson.
Row l: Zuegel, Hunter, Smithson.
Brookes. Leonard. Dietz. Teyema,
Anderson. Row 2: Miles. Carlson.
Mohr, Forsyth. Berlin, Viola, Mishels
Hayes, Nojd, Stefles. Row 3: Caylei
Kienzle. Tredwell. Olroth. Lewis.
Hicks, Ienks, Morrill, Dauphin, Hall
Iensen, Simister, Roberts.
Row 1: Prawucki, Rhine, Mchdmy
Duggan, Massie, Tolbert, Bell, Hen-
dricks. Row 2: Ranallo, Nayder.
Trust, lackson, Adams. Hayes. He-
kosh. Gnuske. McDowell. Lewis.
Woller. Row 3: Frank, Bayer, Bor-
gerson. Eichstaedt, Brick, Arkema.
Ulreich, Pearson, Raetzman, Gratch-
ner. Wohliarth, Freeman, Silverwood
Row l: Michel. May. D. Anderson,
Breythe, lmhotf, Newland, Annen,
Englund. Row 2: Mclnerney, Koes-
ter, Morthorst, Nichols, Colgren, Fles-
vig, Murphy, Iohnson, Emsholl. Row
3: Hanson. Gindice, Strunkel, Meyer.
M. Anderson, Teunissen, Hurd, Fer-
rill, Mueller, Lehnort, Gamble, Mil-
Row 1: Langenberg, Wilson, Miller,
Levin, Zachman. Phebus, Hauze.
McCasland. Row 2: Gustafson.
Robinson, Lorenzen, Sereikas, Mc-
Lean, Handley, Olson, Swift, Lofgren,
Leverty, Wingstrom, Ross. Yarber.
Andrews. Row 3: Bright, Nettles,
McElligott, Gunn, P. Halper, Olroth,
Riggs. Crow, Hughes, Horberg, Keas-
ler, Rice, Moore, Grigsby.
Row l: Sommer, Crider. Davis, Hoge,
Russell, Denning, Stratton. Row 2:
S. Willis. Tschentke, Griffin, Geiger,
Nesbit, Kreger, Wells, Werner. Row
3: D. Willis, Dangremond. lackson,
Stokes, Burgin, Warning, Melcher,
Row 1: Mcl-Xllisen, Persons, Ferguson,
Worsley, Armster. Ericksen, Snyder,
Uphouse. Row 2: Christensen, Arn-
quist, Hoeglund, Walters, Wharton,
Durst, Stevenson, Walter, Iones,
Crider, Pourchot, Keller, Kayser.
Row 3: Volkman. Murray, Hixson,
Smith. Nordgren, Greenfield, Coul-
trip, Mason, Little, Melcher, Hovel,
Chicagouris. Gronau, Landon.
Row 1: Quarrell, Spencer, Pagel, Gil-
lott, Durkin, Freckleton, Radcliffe.
Rifkin. Row 2: Peterson, LaPan.
Homan, Duggan, Black, Moore.
Heuss. Lihert, Warn, Morgan, Allan.
Dorgan, Buchanan. Row 3: Webber.
Mitchum. Lindbloom, Dielfenbach.
Fantasia, Smith, Weir, Onda, Strick-
land, Crummer, Douglas. Valentine.
Row l: Kelly, Catanese, Dunnett
Gustafson. Zimmerman. Kletcke, Mas-
seg, Camp. Row 2: Crane, Berls
Hedrick, Oschalz. Lock. Bullock, C
Vaughan, F. Vaughan, W. Buck
Vaughn. Row 3: Bochm, Nesche
Cyplik, Hamer, Hrometz, Kidd, Heim-
erdinger, Poly. Channell, Wollen-
zien, Trapp, Schultz.
Row 1: Mulch, Crosland, Markham
Wirth, Rochells, Simon, Schiltz, Mak-
ris. Row 2: Walma, Muma, Steven-
son, Rowley, McGrath, Bocttaker
Blackstone, Rea, Strachan, Unter-
berg. Ault, Winkler. Row 3: Kooch
Brownlow, Iwanowski, Brook, Tid-
well, Cox, Iensen, Hardanery, Zacher
Werner, Rox, Howard, Hansen
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Gordon Fales Frances Mason
Ioan Prieb Don Bostrom
Libby Griffin Gerold Groebe
Row l: Kennedy, Rennie.
Schmock, Fales, Mr. Lorentz.
Wilson, Strachan, D. Ander-
son. Row 2: Gillott, Brown-
low, Dietrich, Atwood, Ha-
berman, Beckman, Baker.
Bergeron, Hegburg, Morth-
orst, Galzynski. Row 3:
Zachman, Farrell, Morrill,
Olroth, Volkman, Fitzpat-
rick, Willis, Roscrow, Klein,
Prieb. Row 4: Leenstra.
Hynes. Burgin, Grohe.
Howard, Houlehan, Mohr.
Madison, Riggs, Spoerl, H.
Anderson, Buzzard, Bergloi.
The Student Association aims to fur-
nish extracurricular activities for the en-
joyment and benefit of the entire student
body - at the lowest possible cost. This
year Morgan Parks largest student or-
ganization has also taken great strides
toward giving the students the kind of
government they want.
With the aid of the Executive Com-
mittee, the Student Council, the Social
Committee, the Board of Presidents, the
Student Court and other S.A. committees,
the Student Association has planned a
well balanced program of assemblies,
public relations and social activities.
The Annual, Newspaper, dances,
movies, lunior-Senior Prom and All-
Sports Night are a few of the many fea-
tures offered to S.A. members. This stu-
dent governing body also sponsors all the
clubs and school organizations.
The officers for the past year were:
Gordon Fales, president, Frances Mason,
vice-president, Don Bostrom, treasurer,
Ioan Prieb, secretary, ferry Groebe, ath-
letic commissioner, and Libby Griffin,
Mr. Curtis C. Melnick, sponsor of the
S.A. for four years, left Morgan Park on
February lst to become principal of
McCosh Elementary School. The S.A.
officers, publications editors, and mem-
bers of the Student Association wish to
express their sincere appreciation for his
interest in their activities, his understand-
ing of their problems, and his willingness
to be helpful at all times.
BOARD OF PRESIDENTS
Row I: Whitnell, Parker, Lacey, Berry, Miss Condit, Halper, Bradbury. McBride. Row 2:
Weber, Schuetz, Hoeglund, Smisek, Wilson, Prieb, Weir, Roberts, Mason, Harrison, Kemmler.
Herzog. Row 3: Poles, Burgin, Teller, McKee. Haynes, Bunyan, Newell, Humphrey, Bland.
The Board of Presidents, whose head is the president of the
Student Association, is composed of the presidents of all the organi-
zations of the school. Miss Lillian Condit sponsors this group.
Acting as the school project committee, the Board selects and
carries out a yearly project. This year they promoted the extension
of the Public Address System through the gym. Their programs are
all financed by the donations of the various clubs.
At the Board of President's annual banquet, the new Student
Association officers, committee heads and club presidents are intro-
duced. Certificates of merit are also presented to the club with the
greatest number of points awarded for outstanding achievement -
in each of the groups of Service, Interest and Honor.
Furthermore, the Board of Presidents is responsible for generally
encouraging high standards of accomplishment in all the school
clubs and organizations.
Financial assistance to the newspaper and annual is provided by the
Business Staff. The ads which are obtained from the business men and Women
of the community by members of the staff are an essential part of Morgan
Managers of the staff for the fall and spring semesters respectively were
Bob Buchanan, Chuck McKenna and Iohn Palsedge.
Mr. Curtis C. Melnick sponsored the group until February, at which time
Mr. Iohn Cunnea took over his duties.
Row I: Barrett, Mr. Mel-
nick, Pcxlsedge. Row
2: Nolan, Homun, La
Pan, Miller, Tolberi,
Hoeglund, Bostrom, Tel-
fer, Groebe, Kemmler.
Every activity in school actually has its roots in the Executive Committee,
of which Mr. Lorentz is advisor. The SA. officers, publications editors, the
chairmen of the Financial Promotion, Public Relations, and Social Committees,
are members of this school governing body. Our SA. promotion assemblies
are sponsored by the Executive Committee.
Row 1: Prieb. Griffin.
Harrison, Denning. Mc!-
son. Row 2: Anderson,
Row 1: Denning, Griffin, Hoeglund, Carrington. Row 2: Duffy,
Hardy, Grant, Bowers, Hitzeman.
The purpose of the Student Court is to obtain the cooperation of offenders
rather than to punish them. The Court consists of nine judges who are ap-
pointed by the Chief Iustice, the Interior Committee Chairman, and the Director
of the S.B.l. Meetings are held in the Social Room.
Maintaining order during school periods is the chief function of the Interior
Committee. The object of the Student Bureau of Investigation is to protect
During the fall semester approximately fifteen students were summoned
to appear before the Court. Of these, only two were repeaters.
Libby Griffin, Chief Iustice of the SA., presided over the Court during the
past year, with the assistance of Ronald Englund, chairman of the Interior Com-
mittee, and Mike Hardy, director of the S.B.I.
S. B. I. INTERIOR COMMITTEE
Row l: Englund, Domke. Row 2: Harris, Reddick, Row 1: Matthews, Olson, Carlson, Wilson. Row
Grant, Hardy. 2: Weber, Beste, Englund, Buzzard, Lowitz.
Row 1: Miss Castle, Crider, Miss Skelton, Miss Rosendchl, Denning,
Wright. Row 2: Boone, Prieb, Miss Walter, Haynes, Mrs. Rigby, Miss
PUBLIC RELATIONS FINANCIAL PROMOTION
Row 1: McBride, Kennedy, Denning, Blacksher, Miller, Row 1: Anderson, Coultrip. Row 2: Baker, Miller,
Wilson. Row 2: Anderson, Crow, Mink, Harrington, Beste, Harrison, Lacey.
Bowers, Swiit, Geiger, Hoeglund.
Row 1: Blcxcksher, Treat,
Miss Camutz, Kemmler,
Sahlin, Row 2: Lofgren,
Knutson, Parsons, Bland,
Griswold. Crider, Lacey.
Morgan Parks chapter of the National
Honor Society maintains the principle that true
education creates a Well rounded personality
in the development of the individual, and in
his relationship with those about him. This
exclusive organization is the high school
equivalent of the college Phi Beta Kappa
The functions of the Honor Society are
many. The most important are to create an
enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire
to render service, to promote Worthy leadership,
and to encourage the development of character
in the students.
ln order to become a member, one must be
a senior with an "E" average, and be rated
above average in the four important qualities
of Character, Scholarship, Leadership, and
Service. Each member is required to give
three periods of service to the school each Week
in his junior year, and five periods in his senior
year. He must also be a member of Tau Epsilon
during his semester of application.
This year, the society has taken over the
responsibility of the bulletin board on the
second floor outside the library, and uses for
its theme phases of service and scholarship.
Another of National Honor's projects was the
selling of candy and cokes at the Fall Produc-
tion in December.
New members are admitted at a formal
candlelighting induction. Membership entitles
one to wear the emblem, to wear a gold tassel
at graduation, and to have the national seal
affixed to his diploma.
Officers for the fall and spring semesters
are as follows: Arlene Kemmler and Iames
Telfer, presidents, lean Lacey and Ianet
Grimaldi vice-presidents, Helen Crider and
Merilynn Baker, secretariesp and Iack Bland and
Harold Finn, treasurers. Miss Elizabeth Camutz
sponsors the National Honor Society.
Row l: Grimaldi, Herzog,
Baker, Miss Camutz, Poz-
esky, Hendricks, Lcmdgrebe.
Row 2: Barrett, Griffin,
Harrison, Schuetz, Hummel,
Clark, Maier, Hoeglund,
Olander. Row 3: Weber,
Mason. Curtis, Harper, Tel-
fer, Shippy, Finn, Thatcher,
With pride, the members of the 1952 Empehi
Annual Staff present this yearbook. ln compil-
ing this volume, the objective of the staff was
to make the book more interesting by placing
emphasis on better pictures and more informa-
This year's staff consisted of the following:
Editor-in-Chief .......,.... Ioan Hoeglund
Literary Editor T "" ""
l .Roxana Griswold
Senior Editor ..... ..,. A lice Weber
lunior Editor .... .... G ail Bradbury
lunior Assistant . . . .... ludy Iohnson
Art Editor ......,.., .,.. H ugh Claycombe
Sports Editor ........ .... I ames Telfer
Photographic Editor ,,...., Thomas White
Business Manager .,....... Robert Buchanan
The Staff has had Miss Ebba Olson as
faculty advisor and Mr, Curtis Melnick as fac-
ulty advisor to the business staff.
May the l952 Empehi prove to be a Worthy
record of the students and their activities, and
afford many pleasant hours filled "With Fond
CAPTIONS . .
Sitting: Weber, Hoeglund.
Standing: Griswold, Telfer
White, Bradbury, Buchanan.
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Row 1: Egan, Bennett. Row 2: Mrs. Bier.
Kemmler, Dcmgremond, Olson. Mingus. Kreger.
Row 3: Buchanan, White. Neshit.
The Empehi News Staff, through the publication
of their newspaper, the Empehi News, brings to the
school and to the community entertainment and infor-
mation regarding school activities.
Because of the excellent manner in which they
present their material, the International First Place
Award rating by Quill and Scroll QIHSHSIJ was
awarded again in 1951 to the Empehi News Staff for
The editorial stall of the paper is organized around
page editors who plan the material, assign the stories
to reporters, make up the pages, and write the accom-
The prerequisites are an "E" average in studies,
one year ot Iournalism, and a recommendation by the
sponsor, Mrs. Florence F. Bier,
The staff members for the tall and spring semesters
News Editor .....
Asst. News Editor ..
Editorial Editor ...., . . .
Asst. Editorial Editor
Feature Editor ..,..
Asst. Feature Editor . . . .. .
Sports Editor .,....
Asst. Sports Editor .
Publicity Director . . . . . . . ,
Clipping Bureau . . .
HEADLINES . . .
BY-LINES . . .
DEADLINES . .
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Sitting: Swift. Kemmler, Telter. Standing: Crider.
Herzog, Olson, Schuetz, Kitzlemcm.
Arlene Kemmler Iames Telfer
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Row 1: Polacek, Hubert, Egan,
Snyder, Freckelton, Ferguson,
Heuer, Lane. Row 2: Stack,
Iones, Blacksher, Christiansen,
Buchanan, Colquitt, Hoeglund,
Munneche, Crider, Hagey,
Ericson, Iohnson, Quarrell,
Daniels. Row 3: Connolly,
Wiehe, Hrometz, Hill, Leenstra,
Bennett, Rodgers, Moore, Ritter,
Iordan, Gronau, Landon, Durst,
Sanders. Row 4: Morgan,
Smith, Beeby, Chiagouris,
Strickland, Murphy, Spoerl,
Robinson, Seward, Selheimer,
Reiker, Nordgren, Little, Fitz-
patrick, Nelson, Thompson.
Row 1: McLaurin, Behnke,
Duval, Landgrebe, Gramberg,
Lorenz, Roberts, Bell. Row 2:
Duggan. Palsedge, Boone,
Bradbury, Cobb, Farrell,
Palmer, Anderson. Row 3:
Klingensmith, Shirey. Heil,
Freeman, Campbell, Plante,
Haelig, Bracy. Wilson. Bolitho,
Frank. Row 4: Borgerson,
Bronson. Capron, Iohnson,
Ford, Thiede, Ulreich. Frieski.
Schueneman, McKenna. Per-
rizo. Shippy, Hoey. Owen.
Row 1: Werner, Oliver, Hunter,
Slachan, Ault, Makris, Dan-
phin. Row 2: Howard, Mohr,
Oschatz, Brooks, Pinkerton,
Roberts. Kemmler. Rennie. Row
3: Crandall, Tredwell. Page,
Lewis, Olroth. Shedelbower,
BURNING THE MIDN
HT OIL ggi f H
Morgan Parks oldest scholastic society,
Tau Epsilon, is now in its twenty-seventh year
with an enrollment of 250 members.
Under the capable guidance of its officers,
Iack Bland and Ken Thatcher, presidents,
Carolyn Schuetz and Mary Miller, vice-presi-
dents, Bob Nesbit and Ianice Heil, secretaries,
and lane Frank and Donald Boone, treasurers,
this group undertook the enormous project of
purchasing an organ for the school. Tau
Epsilon also sponsored some fudge and Waste
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Row 1 Reynolds Olander
Robinson Hager Landgrebe
Kennedy McFadden Grimaldi
Row 2 Cherny Plebanek
Metz Iackson Griffin Pratt
Bergeron Claycombe Baker
Mort Pozesky Barrett Smith
Row 3 Burnley Hoeglund
Ioan Robert Fxrant Prieb
Mason lane Robert Weber
Harrison Smlsek Mxgely
Schuetz Clark Sandberg Row
Harper Telfer Lund Finn
Fcnrhead Madison Frentz
Shxppy Haynes Thatcher
Fales Wlllner Eames Rum
Row 1: Blaclcsher Zachman
Miller Bland Werner Denning
Treat Kropp. Row 2: Sahlin
Crider Kessler Weinfeld
Mingus Hendricks Kreger
Lacey Wells Andrews. Row
3: Herzog Kanchier Geiger
Bright Olson Swift Nesbit
Leverty Parsons Bascow Lol-
gren. Row 4: Wilson Gunn
Kemmler Curtis Olroth Bu-
chanan Gee Grant Houlehan
Archibald Hughes Horburg
paper sales for other money making purposes,
To be eligible for membership in Tau Epsi-
lon, a student must have an "E" average in
final grades and four honor points. These
points are awarded for each mark of for
service to the school, for perfect attendance
throughout the semester, and for representing
Morgan Park in competitive events.
In order to promote participation in school
activities and scholarship, membership must
be renewed each semester.
CAN YOU SPARE A DIME?
The Human Relations Service Guild was
organized in the fall of l938 for the purpose of
promoting an understanding in community
Upperclassmen, who are interested in
charity Work and who have maintained a "G"
average, are eligible for membership. These
active juniors and seniors took part in a large
number of collections, some of which Were for
our boys in Korea, the Community Fund, School
Children's Aid, the T. B. collection, and the
March of Dimes. The club also raised money
with a successful valentine sale.
Officers for the fall and spring semesters
were as follows: Carolyn Schuetz and Elaine
Whitnell, presidentsg Arlene Kemrnler and Iune
Campbell, vice-presidentsg and Ioan Iankawski
and Dorothy Weinfeld, treasurers. The club's
sponsor is Miss Ruth Harris.
Row 2: Hager, Nelson, Robin
Werner, Daniels. Row 3
Mueller, Duval, Davis, Gram
Herdlein, Gnuske, Smith, Mari
Row 1: Wilson, Grimaldi
Olander, Whitnell, Miss Harris
Curtiss, Morgan, Metcalfe
son, Wells, Miller, McFadden
Witte, Lorenz, Roberts, Willis
Hendricks, Marianne Burnham
berg, Galzynski, Landgrebe
Iyn Burnham, Coultrip. Row
4: Baker, Laidlaw, Hayes
Olson, Migely, Geiger, Meany
Borgerson, Stiles, Dunne, Lar
sen, Campbell, Kidd, Griitin
Row 1: Kanchier, Mingus
Kruse, Matthews, Ross, Wing
strom, Leverty, Weinfeld. Row
2: Kreger, Kessler, Blackstone
Iankawski, Crider, Griswold
Kemmler, Parson, Matthias
Herzog, Mettles, Reddick, An
drews. Row 3: Bradbury
Barrett, Clark, Marvin, De
Vries, Hanson, Domke, Weber
Smisek, Halper, Kitzelman
Plante, Hughes, Horberg
Maier. Row 4: Harrison
Lowitz, lane Robert, Haelig
Ferman, Olroth, Archibald
Iohnson, Perrizo, Giger, Ben
nett, Wohlfarth, Wright, Ioan
QUILL AND SCROLL
R w 1: Olander, Carrington,
Blacksher, Coultrip. Row 2:
Treai, McFadden, Barrett, 1 e,
Loigren. Row 3: Crider, Duval,
Wilson, Mingus, Lacey. Row
4: Rekosh, Hayes, Kidd, Hen-
d' k . Row 5: Claycombe
Parsons, Anderson, Campbell
' P lmer
Brauer, Wilson, Olson, a
Herzog. Row 6: Weber, Gun
ter, Marvin, Schuetz, Iohnson,
Bayer, Weir, Ketzelman, Kemm-
ler, Griswold, Herdlem.
Row 1: Hendricks, Herzog,
Barrett, Mrs. Bier, Cnder.
Seaman, Wallace. Row 2:
Griswold, Schueiz, Kemmler
Buchanan, Teller, Kitzel
Row 1: McKel, Kemmler,
Buchanan, Miss Artingstall,
Edson. Faulkner, Bornholdt,
Dittrich. Row 2: Cole, Nichols,
Durst, Connolly, Hoeglund,
Gray, Brooks, Lock, Michale.
Row 3: Wollenzien, Crandall.
Hrometz, Leenstra, Seip, Tid-
well, Hauen, Gronau, Rott-
ma er Hill Friedl. Row 4:
Y 1 1
Beeby, Strickland, Orr, Robin-
son, Howard, Sault, Diellen-
back, Rasmussen, Murdoch.
Row l: Camp, Williams
Snyder, Crider, Weaver, Ander:
son, Schiltz. Row 2: V. Hagey
Lenz McGrath S encer Stev
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enson, Westcott, Gaveus,
Ambelang. How 3: Rowley,
Palmquist, Daniels, Henke
Flesvig, Einshoif, Shaller.
Hayes, A. Hagey. Row 4:
Gunther, Nolan, Iohnson. Carl-
son, Oschatz, Collins, Iones,
Migely, Blacksher. Ferguson.
The Footlighters, one of the newly organ-
ized clubs at Empehi, was formed to promote
interest in drama, and to act as a stepping
stone to the more advanced Curtain Club.
Under the guidance of their faculty sponsor,
Miss Artingstall, the officers led the group in
their many activities. The oiiicers for the year
were: Agnes Leenstra, president, Dick Gray,
vice-president, Bob Howard, secretary, and
Cathy Westcott, treasurer.
Freshmen and sophomores interested in
drarnatics are eligible to audition before the
club's sponsor and officers.
At each meeting various members enter-
tain the group with skits and other special
numbers, to develop as Well as encourage
RED CROSS COUNCIL
Olson, Weber McBride
Erickson, smffoid Row 25
Miss Gault, Nichols Kell
Campbell Domke B -
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strom, W e i r , Englund,
Williams, Hoeglund, Kreger,
w 1: Taylor, Reynolds,
Row l: Denning, Christian
son, Parker, Lacey, Crider,
Wihe. Row 2: Dennerline.
Kreger, Stier, Hanson, Mink,
Perrizo, Mohr, Bland Ia
son, Roberts, Bradbury.
CURTAIN TIME ! I '
The prime purposes of the Curtain
Club are to promote interest in drama
and to provide an outlet for the dra-
matic ability of the students of Morgan
Under the sponsorship of Mrs.
Kathleen Rigby, interest in dramatics
Was stimulated by the club's participa-
tion in various school activities, by the
presentation of programs in hospitals
- through Red Cross Auspices, and by
attendance at the Goodman Theater.
Of this year's many performances, the
group especially enjoyed presenting a
Christmas program for the children at
the La Rabida Sanitarium.
Membership in the Curtain Club is
open to all Student Association mem-
bers Who qualify in a brief try-out be-
fore a judging committee.
Officers for the fall semester Were:
Michael McKee, presidentg Elaine Whit-
nell, vice-presidentg Irene Matthews,
secretary, and Dick lansen, treasurer.
Row l: Langenburg, Phe-
bus, Millar, Trust, Seaman,
Egan, Grimaldi, Hager.
Row 2: La Pan, Rekosh,
Carlson, Kuppecky, Lorenz,
Olson, Claycornbe, Ander-
son, Witte, Muntson, Duval.
Row 3: Sereikas, Mingus,
Kanchier, Leverty, Nolan,
Paul, Adams, lane Robert,
Kidd. Homan, Baker, Wing-
strom, Russell, Brauer,
Cobb. Row 4: Ioan Robert,
Farwell, Bright, Fewkes,
Horberg, Hughes, Maxwell,
Rasmussen, Bunyan, Per-
rizo, Olroth, Ferman, Cap-
ron, Willis, Halper, Stange,
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Row 1: Cobb, Herdlein, Ander-
son, Mrs. Rigby, Geiger, Griffin,
Bolitho, Brauer. Row 2: Kan-
chier, Mason, Migely, Smisek
Griswold Cam bell Kitzel
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man, Davis, Parsons, Harrison,
Martin, Ross. Row 3: Freeman
Wilson, Hansen, Roscrow, Dan-
gremond, Horberg, Bracy
Icmsen, Domke, Roberts, Far-
well. Row 4: Borgerson,
Ferman, Leahy, Perrizo, McKee
Cherry, Madison, Stahl, Archi-
bald, Iohnson, Haelig, Wright,
Row 1: McLaurin. Crider, Ken-
nedy, Muhr, Hager, Seaman
Phebus, Roberts. Row 2: Mc-
Bride, Lolgren, Miller, Massie
Rekosh, Petosky, Hendricks
McFadden. Row 3: Carlson
Seriekas, Whalen, Mahares
Frank, Parduhn, Leef, Mat-
thews, Behnke, Duval. Row 4:
Adams, Ioan Yarber, lean Yar-
ber, Lacey, Quinn, Klingen-
smith, Palmer, Crider, Homan
Rice, Gunter, Heil.
Row 1: Bell, McBride, Telier, Mr. Cunnea, Raetzman
Landgrebe, Willis, Morgan. Row 2: McCasland, H. lack:
son, Brown, Brownfield, Anderson, Cherny, Waldo,
Maier Miller Hinch Lock tt C
, , , e , arrington, McLaurin, Sah-
lin. Row 3: Brownlow, Bergeron, De Suno, Bagwell, Sil-
verwood, Iackson. Klingensmith, Palmer, Quinn Behnke
McNeal, Bradbury, Werner, Wells. Row 4: Pioeglundi
Tschentke, Parduhn, Weinfeld, Pozesky, Brauer Iohnson
Swiit, Zachman, Ioan Yarber, lean Yarber, Griswold:
Hayes, Kanchier, Kreger. Russell.
Row 1: Weber, Olson, Mason, Bolitho. Herdlein, Meany,
Davis, McAfee, I.. Griffin. Row 2: Crider, P. Griffin,
Bracy, Willis, Kamenski, Hoey, Wright, Borgerson,
Hemmer, Gunn, Ieleniewski, Robert, Sims, Haelig. Row
3: Rakich, Farrell, Peterson, Muhr, Goldberg, Olroth,
Ford, Iohnson, Shippy, Roy, Wenner, Palsedge, Bayer,
Schmidt. R 4: S. '
ow McVay, Bennett, Olney, Little,
Porth, Morgan, D. McVay, Swanson, Larsen, Winton,
Spillman, Lund. Murphy, McKenna, Henderson.
Founded on April 2l, the legendary date of the founding
of Rome, Sodalites Latina has been one of Empehi's foremost
organizations since l93O. The club has endeavored to further
stimulate interest in Roman life and language, and give its
members a greater respect for the firm foundation in language
which Latin gives them.
An outstanding project of the club is the maintenance of
the Robert Iacobs Memorial Fund. This 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
the sending of underprivileged boys to summer camp. The
Latin Club also sponsored movies at the Beverly, and planned
their annual banquet for early in May.
Officers for the fall and spring semesters were as follows:
lim Telfer and Iohn Zachman, presidentsg Marilyn Bolitho and
Charles McKenna, Vice-presidentsg Gail Bradbury and Ioyce
Hinch, secretaries, Marilyn Ford and Dorothy Weinfeld,
Row 1: Westcott, Harrison
Anderson, Hunter. Row 2:
Roscrow, Grigsby, Weber, Hall,
Row l: Morgan, Maier, Kreger,
Gilloii, Andrews. Row 2:
Parker, Mason, Hanson, I. Nes-
bit, Miller. Row 3: Hoeglund,
Roberts, Bright, Ianson, Domke,
R. Nesbit, Anderson. Row 4:
Mink, Mirrielees, Hardy, Le-
vora, Bunyan, Mohr, Bowers,
Row 1: Egan, Miller, Kreger,
Claycombe, I. Nesbit, Rus-
sell, Andrews, Wilson. Row
2: LaPan, Homan, Wing-
strom, R. Nesbit, Anderson,
Grigsby, Brauer, Adams.
Row 3: Seriekas, Kanchier,
Leverty, Hanson, Lofgren,
Mink, Olroth, Maxwell,
Mirrielees, lanson, Bennett,
DER DEUTSCHE VEREIN
Under the direction of Mr. Emil Mortel, the German Club spon-
sored several movies and sales to raise money for the Public Address
Officers for the tall semester of Morgan Park's newest organi-
zation were: Pat Halper, president, Dave Frieslce, vice-president,
Sue Bennett, secretaryg and Ken Curtis, treasurer.
Membership in the German Club is restricted to students belong-
ing to the Student Association, who have had one year ot German.
This group strives to unite the German students of the school,
and to give them a greater appreciation for the language itself.
Row l: Michel, Weir, Rob-
ert, Lorenz, Erickson, Col-
quitt, Carstens, Iohnston,
Row 2: Moyer, Zenker,
Freckleton, Halper, Berger,
Percy, Tripton, Norton, Sit-
tler, Keller, Sachtleben. Row
3: Shirey, Heil, Mueller,
Hanson, Volkman, Friedl,
Cobb, Gallenat, Crites,
Habermann, Cousins, Frank,
Row 1: Hill, Cromer, Akers
Vonder, Firante, Iohnson, V
Willis, Wohltarth. Row 2:
Moog, Little, Simons, Ander- Z
son, Leonhardt, Eichstaedt
Curtis, Nordgren, Melcher
Morrison. Row 3: Quast
Bennett, Beste, Robinson
Innes, Mason, Seward
Frieske, Howard, Griffin,
LA SOCIETE FRANCAIS
The French Club of Morgan Park High School was reor-
ganized in November 1950.
To become eligible for membership, a student must have
completed one semester of French. Monthly meetings are con-
ducted entirely in French.
Club officers during the fall semester were as follows:
Alice Weber, president, Carle Maier, vice-president, Charlotte
Andrews, secretary, and Marlene Pozesky, treasurer.
Under the guidance of Mrs. Helen Corcoran, faculty ad-
visor, the club has successfully promoted interest in the French
culture and the language of the people.
Row 1: Radcliffe, Kanchier,
Pozesky, Smith, Iones, Kidd,
Muhr, Snyder. Row 2: Grif-
fin. Campbell. Gudlink.
Burnley. Matthews. Martin.
Quinn, Maier. Row 3:
Boone, Williams, Weber.
Hansen, Orr, Perrizo, I.
Mason. Crummer, Plante
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The Pan American Club, a charter
member of the National Student League
and organized at Morgan Park in l938,
has a membership of Well over one hun-
lts constitution provides that a mem-
ber must have at least one year of Span-
ish, no final grade below and must
belong to the Student Association.
Each year Pan American holds a book
sale. The proceeds are used to buy new
records, books, and other items for their
programs. A tremendously successful
cookie sale and Christmas festival were
other highlights of this year's many activi-
ties. The club officers for the fall semes-
ter Weret Iudy Harrison, president, lack
Kalchbrenner and Anne Coultrip, vice-
presidentsg Shirley Giger, secretary, and
Marianne Migely, treasurer. Again this
year, the group was privileged to have
Miss Mary Holland as faculty sponsor.
The prime purpose of this organization
is to acquaint its members with the lane
guage, customs, geography, and history
of all Spanish speaking people, by means
of moving pictures, records, slides, and
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Row 1: Lane, Lcmgenburg,
Crider, Wilson, Olson,
Miller, Metcalfe, Norman.
Row 2: Phebus, Kern, Ken-
nedy, Ferguson, Luckett.
Baker, Coultrip, Witte. Row
3: Hubert, Wescott, Pleba-
nek, Mort, Edson, Iohnson,
Petosky, Galzynski, Bu-
chanan, Erickson, Baker,
Duggan, Fredricks, Carlson.
Row 4: Kessler, Mingus,
Hoge, Wingstrom, Ross,
Conybear, Andrews, Con-
nolly, Holly, Duval, Sand-
berg, Leverty, Knutson,
Row l: Grimaldi, Trust,
Behnke, Bradbury, Nayder,
Frank, Duval, McBride.
Nolan. Row 2: Crider,
Weinfeld, Claycombe, An-
derson, Bayer, Kanchier.
Levert , Ho e, Heil, Werner
Y 9 I
Clark, Robinson. Row 3:
Andrews, Olson, Holly,
Hoey, Griswold, Bracy,
Willis, Gratchner, Porth
Capron, Swift, Coates, Peel
Baker. Row 4: Herdlein
Holmes, Dangremond, Ol-
roth Gi er, Hokanson
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Wilson, Heilman, Stahl,
Ford, Shippy, Grettie, Bor
gerson, Halper, Wright.
Row 1: Barrett, Crider, Free-
man, Clark, Dunne, Y. Adams,
R. Adams, Olander. Row 2:
Geiger, Harrison, Parsons,
Matthias, Migely, Lacey. Lipp-
man, Metcalfe, Hager, Leonard.
Row 3: Dieifenbach, Klein,
Kalchbrenner, Thompson, Low-
itz, Horburg, Backstrom, Owen,
Pontious, Doyle, Lisse, Ferman.
Row 4: Fitzpatrick, Sachtleben,
Capron, Redman, Eames, Fer-
man. Stahl, Fairhead, Unter-
berg, Haynes, Easthope, Dan-
gremond, Wharton. Hughes
NEW DREAMERS AND SCHEMERS
The Sophomore Club was created in l95O
to promote a feeling ot unity among the second
year students, and to give them social and edu-
cational outlets. Other purposes of the club
were to have sophomore representation in the
Student Council, and to continue contacts
rnade in Flounders.
Among this active organization's many
projects this past year were several successful
dances, and assemblies. The officers tor the
tall semester Were: Ianet Parker, president, lim
Sterling, vice-president, Ioyce Hinch, secretary,
and Dan Deutel, treasurer. They also devised
other money making projects to raise money
for the school organ.
To be eligible tor membership in this group,
a student must be a Student Association mem-
ber in either his 2B or 2A semester. Mr.
Stevenson is the sponsor.
Row l: Iordan. Rottmayer
Erickson, Durst, Connelly
2: Crites, Fitzpatrick, Little
Hovel, Owen, Sanders. Bennett
Landon. Conybear. Munnecke
Wharton. Iarvis. Cromer. Doyle
Row 4: Lindgren, Ritter, Quast
Row I: Luckett, Sitller, West
Ericson, Waldo, Lachal, Freckl
ton. Swanson. Host. Row 3
Daniels. Stack. Row 4: Bat
Buchanan. Crummer, Hill. Row
Row 3: Simons. Moore, Rod-
gers. Mitchem, Hoven, Fan-
tasia. Nordgren. Usery, Vonder
Coleman. Roberts. Seward
Unterburg, Libert, Coultrip
Onda, Robinson, Reicker
cott, Woolridge. Ferguson
Miller, Cherny. Cunningham
Row 2: Reynolds. Snyder
Sachtlehen, Quarrell, Hahn
Barr. Fredrick, Camp. Crider
Webber, Brownlow, Bergeron
Basile. De Suno, Walter. Gillott
thuis. Hrometz, Wenner. Dief
fenbach, Innes. Mason, White
Pontious. Lippman. Gronau
Monroe. Volkman. Smith, Beck
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Sterling, Hinch, Parker,
Row 1: Dunnett, Worsley,
Stokes, Blacksher, McDonell,
Hinch, Pagel, Hendricks. Row
2: Ieanne Wolier, Parker,
Plebanek, Pratt, Landberg.
Metz, Burnell, Mathis, Ioan
Wolier. Row 3: Stevenson,
Mort, Schmidt, Marcica. Akers,
Swanson, Rogers, Presley,
Henke, Nolan. Row 4: Bag-
well, Hopkins. Roy, Kalchbren-
ner, Marsh, Duefel, Haas,
Howard, Swanson, Olney,
Manning, Tatge, Stirling,
Embs, Sachtleben, Rakich.
Row 1: Alexander, Quarrell.
Kinsella, Lane, Heuer, Rad-
clilie, Bylon, Gay. Row Z:
Egan, Genender, Ericksen,
Carlson, Christiansen, Daly,
Keller, Williams, Hubert, Kan-
chier, Fryk, Polacek. Row
3: Hohhof, Iohnson, Homan,
Nyman, Condon, Lindbloom,
Hoeglund, Floyd, Lisse, Lind-
gren, Colquitt, La Pan, Edson.
Row 4: Migely, Leenstra,
Chicagouris, Hixson, Heuss,
Strickland, Bryant, Flagler,
Mason, Klaus, Winton, Spencer
Gray, Ford, Matthews.
Row l: Crosland, Ault, Muma,
Kinney, Blackstone, Rochells,
Oliver. Simon. Row 2: Lenz,
Coyle, Strachen, Rennie,
Howard, Malin, Nicolazzi,
Werner, Granger, Kemmler.
Noid, Kiskadden, Rowley. Row
3: Nichols, Pinkerton, Shedle-
bower, McVickers, Cox, Sillo-
way, Duffy, Palmgren, Gill,
Speidel. Geiger, Iensen, Pier-
son, Brooks, Crandall.
Row 1: Camp, Gustifson, Whit-
lock, Field, Herbster, Dunnett,
Mossey. MacDonald. Row 2:
Ambelang, Cookesy, Buck,
Crane, Carsten, Zimmerman,
Matthews, Vaughn, Kletcke,
Grant. Row 3: Berls, Bailey,
Vagun, Washington, Hunting-
ton, Lock, Schultz, Donnan, Ci-
bulsky, Hedrick, Dempster.
Row 4: Nesche, Cyplik. Paa-
ren. McFadden, Tropp, Lan-
gusch, Moog, Griffin, Miskiv,
Camp, Kidd, Habermann, Holt-
Row 1: Fryk, Whittington. Lore.
Brown, Stafford, Wilks, Davis,
Robinson. Row 2: Harris,
Ramshalton, Gavcus, Nelson,
Backstrom, Flesvig, Faulkner,
Hegberg, Shippy, Horvath,
Strom, Palmquist, Schatler.
Row 3: Friedl, Percy, Beckmen,
Smith, Willis, Hess, Walgreen,
Dehler, Hynes, Bila, Morher.
Iozwiak, Tripton, Cousins, Ci-
Row 1: Schiltz, Englund,
Green, Anderson, Wolma.
Markham, Duffy, Rowley. Row
2: Rea, McGratch, Hagins, Un-
terberg, Boettcher, O'Connor.
Whited, Newland, Stigen. Row
3: Kooch, Hansen, Colgran,
Mueller, Iwanowki, Brownlow,
Millard, Hart. Iohnson. Row 4:
Peter, Ferrill, Coyne, Rosch,
Zacher. Teunisson, Fowler,
Tidwell, Stuenkel, Zeiss, Gam-
Exclusively for the freshmen of Morgan
Park is the Flounders Club, organized in l937
by Miss Athena Fischer. This club has no
scholastic standard, the only requirement is
membership in the Student Association.
Flounders has won the interest award
consecutively for two years. The club's main
projects for the 'Sl-'52 season included their
annual all-freshman dance, an assembly for the
incoming freshmen, and a tea for the members'
During the fall semester, Flounders was
led by Albert l-lall, president, Dorothy Howard,
vice-president, Brian Seavoy, secretary, and
Barbara Brooks, treasurer. Mrs. Edwina Griesf
er was sponsor of the group.
Flounders' chief purposes are: first, to
acquaint the freshmen with the rules, organizaf
tions, and student government of the school,
second, to develop talents and leadership in
the members, and third, to give an opportunity
for members to become acquainted with their
This year, Flounders has again achieved
its purposes, for the freshmen have proven,
through their large membership, their desire to
become an active part of the school.
Row 1: Duffy, Walker, Oswald
Weaver, Lengren, Hagey
Ortize, Pusateri. Row 2: Pierce
Woolridge, Atwood, Samans
Michale, Cole, Hoeppner, Pet-
erson, Persons, Collins, Iames
Everingham. Row 3: Dunne
Moore, Hall, Russell, Akers
Larsen, Bergloff, Odenheimer
Wollman, Walker, Henderson
Row 1: Crane, Mulch, Teyema,
Miles, Hunter, Zuegal, Donato,
Makris. Row 2: Smithson,
T u r n e r , Forsyth, Kienzle
Robert, Berlin, Hayes, Viola:
Steftes. Row 3: Vaughan,
O'Shatz, Homer, Poly, Simester
Carlson, Brookes, Wollenzien,
Michels, Bullock, Mohr. Row 4:
Heimerdinger, Morrill, Dau-
phin, Seavoy, Hicks, Weil,
Lewis, Ienks, Crisman, Olroth,
Row 1: May, Ekstrom, Iohnston
Kennedy, Groebe, Michel:
Moyer, Melbourn. Row 2:
Doss, Snyder, Breetzke, Di-
Guido, Emshoif, Chapman,
Adams, Kline, Annen. Row 3:
Murphy, Koester, Gray, Nich-
ols, Cis, Hansen, Bornhold,
Ericksen, Morthorst, McMahon,
Flesvig. Row 4: Lehnert, Alt-
mann, Van Etten, Aldridge,
Damais, McVay, Anderson,
Iohnson, Nowls, Meyer, Seip.
IT'S THE LETTERS
Girls who have earned 750 points by par-
ti ' t' '
cipa ing in games and apparatus Work, and
who have passed proficiency tests ' '
the regular gym program or in other specified
vi ies, may obtain membership in the Girls'
Emblem Club. Applicants receiving a as '
grade in swimming need earn only 500 points
Under the leadership ot Miss Wilma
Waters, the Emblem Club sponsored a " l
day" tor all of the south side high schools at
Mo P lc '
rgan ar . The girls also acted as hostesses
Row 1: Grimaldi. Olander,
Blacksher. Andrews. Daniels.
Miss Waters, Shirey, Hohman,
Meyer. Lorenz. Morgan. Row
2: Werner, Heil, Crider, Kess-
ler. Horberg Hoe l d
. g un . Weir.
Roberts, Brown. Lacey. Tschent-
. son. Row 3: Olson,
Mason. Wilson. Ioan Robert.
De Vries, F erman, Mac Rae,
Willner. Shippy, Hemmer,
Schuetz, lane Robert, Griswold.
in the lunch rooms and assisted in refereeing
and umpiring girls' intramural ll
vo eyball, bas-
ketball and baseball games.
The purpose ot this club is to promote girls'
athletic activities by organizing intramural
tournaments, and to create good sportsmanshi
and an interest for active recreation in later
The otticers for the tall semester were Bar-
bara Weir, president, Beulah Blacksher, vice-
presidentg a d A '
n nne Coultrip, secretary-treas-
BOYS' EMBLEM CLUB
The Boys' Emblem Club of Morgan Park
High School has a well-known and efficient
organization, tor promoting good sportsmanship
and school spirit. Only boys who have won a
major letter in basketball, football, swimming,
or Wrestling are eligible for membership.
Under the sponsorship of Mr. Duncan
McGregor, the boys aided various school pro-
jects, promoted the annual "All Sports Night"
and sold tickets tor numerous school activities.
The officers for the year are: Michael
Hardy and Norman Buzzard, presidentsg Ron-
ald Redemske and Bill Howard, vice-presi-
dents, lames Iackson and Iames Iohnson,
secretariesg and Glen Mac Nerland and Don
Row 1: Waters. Fales
Beste, Burgin, Bland
Buzzard, Bostrom, Hardy
Row Z: McGuire. Gro
ebe, Hubert, Samuels
Bozekis, Mac Nerland
Thatcher. Wagner, Beld
ing, C. Iackson. Row 3
Houlehan, Petty, Andre
tich, Gee, Ulreich, Frentz
R u n y a n , Harrington
As Nelson, Hall, Sylvam
Row 1: Berry, Grigsby
Mottley, Bright, Klem
Kletcke, Nesbit, Worth
ington. Row 2: Mar
shall, Duefel, Pease
Fewkes. Harris, Atwood
Howard, Kreklow, Wallis
Chisholm. Row 3: Dor
gan, Reddick. Eichstaedt
Sturner, I. Iackson, Riggs
Carlson, Mink. Curtis
Row 1: Phebus, Mingus, Camp-
bell, Miss Walter, Duggan,
lohnson, Euison, La Pan. Row
2: Sereikas, Buchanan, Nichols,
Bulthuis, Haelig, Wollenzien,
Edson, Christiansen, Fredrick,
Hendricks. Row 3: Faulkner.
Homan, Durst, Baker, Heil,
Frank, Hayes, Wright, Crider,
Iackson, Clark, Bergeron. Row
4: Anderson, Homan, Lan-
grebe, Gramberg, Farrell,
Berger, Boone, Galzynski,
Konietzky, Knutson, Sider, Loi-
Row 1: Weinfeld, Hoge, Kidd,
Leonard, Behnke, Hager, Cobb,
leleniewski. Row 2: Duval,
Kreger, Leverty, Bradbury, Leef,
Geiger, Bolitho, Olroth, Lock,
Friede, P. Halper, Y. Adams,
R. Adams, Wingstrom, Kessler.
Row 3: Davis, Domke, S. Hal-
per, Griswold, Dunne, Bennett,
Kropp, Hoey, Gronan, Landon,
Bracy, Lowitz, Harrison, Free-
man, Farwell. How 4: Cran-
dall, Iensen, Kitzleman, Archi-
bald, Koch, Ford, Buzzard, Gee.
Beste, Howard, Iohnson, Dief-
fenbach, Ferman, Borgerson,
Row I: Keller, Rennie, Millard,
Nolan, Page, Tillman, Fergu-
son, Crider, Row 2: Paul,
Stadleman, Wilson, Wohlfarth,
Zachman, Weber, Olson, Rob-
erts, Mason, Migely, Mcl-ltee.
Row 3: lean Yarber, Ioan Yar-
ber, Schmidt, Martin, Redman,
Munroe, Peel, Rakich, Kemm-
ler, Mohr. Row 4: Rottmayer,
Ioan Robert, Schuetz, Marseille,
Perrizo, R. Shippy, Ulreich,
Runyan, Weir, Selheimer, Tel-
ler, B. Shippy, Swilt, Rodgers,
lane Robert, Volkman.
Row l: Williams, Norman,
Ekstrom, Hunter, Egan, Lane.
McLawrin, Grimaldi. Row 2:
Oswald, Crane, Erickson, West-
cott, Whitnell, Emsholl, Hubert,
Kiskadden, Daniels, Hagins,
Snyder. Row 3: Coultrip,
Miller, Kupecky, Langrebe,
Murphy, Iohnson, Andrews,
Hansen, Morthorst, Kern, Olson,
Denning, Lorenz. Row 4: Clay-
combe, Shirey, Werner, Henke,
Mort, McFadden, Olson, Hoeg-
lund, Stier, Matthews, Whalen,
West, Stevenson, Wells, Witte,
We yell, i'Yea ..,. Morgan
Park" but it's the cheerleaders
who charged the football and
basketball crowds into rants of
To become a cheerleader,
a girl must be an SA. member,
attain at least a HG" in gym,
pass all major subjects, and
have some tumbling ability.
New candidates practice for
several weeks with the cheer-
leaders and are tinally selected
through elimination proceed-
This year the girls purchased
new cheerleading and tumbling
At every football and bas-
ketball game, at "All Sports
Night", and at the school pep
rallys, the girls, with their cap-
tains, Diane Roberts and Nan-
cy Carlson, vigorously led the
cheers for the Mustangs.
The sponsors are Miss Wilma
Waters and Miss Grace Ryan.
Bottom: Kruse. Daniels.
: f. Top:
Row 1: McFadden, Lo Russo, Lorenz. Carlson. Row
2: Mason, Olson. Hulper, Ieleniewski. Row 3: Roberts.
A byv Q ,y
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Row 1: Mrs. Moyer, Mrs
Mrs. Swift, Mrs. Ferman.
Mrs. E. Buchanan, Mrs. G.
Buchanan, Mrs. Flesvig,
P. T. A.
The primary purpose of the Morgan Park
High School Parent Teacher Association is to
promote the welfare of youth in the home,
school, and community. Any parent or citizen
who abides by the objectives of the P. T. A. is
eligible for membership.
This year the Parent Teacher organization
began by including the administrative staff of
Empehi, the physical education staff, and the
faculty in its programs. To extend their purpose,
they also presented "Protecting Our Youth", a
discussion of narcotics by Iudge Gibson E. Gor-
man, "Teaching the American Way of Life", by
Row 1: Mr. Gay, White.
Row 2: Willis, Boone,
Mrs: Henrietta Collins, "After High School-
What?", by Ass't Sup't of schools of Chicago,
Dr. Thaddeus I. Lubera, and "Development of
Attitudes and Viewpoints", a student panel dis-
Officers for the year were as follows: Mrs.
Frank H. White, president, Mrs. Arthur Haelig,
first vice-president, Mrs. Robert Stiven, second
vice-president, Mr. Harry L. Tate, third vice-
president, Mrs. Iohn Palsedge, recording
secretary, Mrs. D. R. Bright, corresponding sec-
retary, and Mrs. Ronald Palmer, treasurer.
Whitnell, Mrs. Palmer, Mrs.
White, Mr. Tate, Mrs. Haelig,
Mrs. Palsedge. Row 2-
Mrs. Daniels, Mrs. Farrell,
Mrs. Tredwell, Mrs. Wenner,
Mrs. Miles, Mrs. Migely,
V. E. S. B
Row l: Melbourn, Fryk,
Anderson. Bathe, Tolbert,
Markham. Row 2:
Lisse. Winkler, Carlson.
Row 3: Spillman, Burgin.
Smith. Selheimer, Heil-
man, Abrams. Hardiman.
Take it easy!
What - no audience?
A cheer for lhe cheer-
Remember the good old
Row 1: Miss Skelton, Oswold, Newland, Hagey,
Vaughn, Buck, Luckett, McDowell, Cunningham
Robinson, Kennedy, Hagins, Pusateri, Anderson
Row 2: Crane, Emsholi, Hansen, Schafier, Gray
Millard, Gamble, Michale, Bland, Zeiss, Simons
Faulkner, Morthorst, Iohnson, Murphy, Pierce
Ambelang, Erickson. Row 3: Holtman, Attmann,
Habermann, Owen, Nelson, Dauphin, Kimbrough,
Murphy, Mcxndes, Howard, Grillin, McGuire,
Henderson, Porth, Seip, Lock, Friecll.
-, Q, fl,
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Row 1: Miss Skelton, Varnam, Wilks, Morgan,
Watson, Phebus, Unterberg, Ferguson, Bullock,
Nelson, Erickson, Rowley, Williams, Oliner
McGrew, Sahlin. Row 2: Iordan, Hohhof, Hahn
Steiies, Whalen, Migely, Oschatz, MacLean
Vaughan, Hegburg, Kemmler, Mohr, Kiskaddon
Schultz. Michels, Granger. Row 3: Nichols,
Connolly, Williams, Iwanowski, Wollenzien,
Nesche, Crummer, Rottmayer, Iensen, Swatkowski,
Pierson, Ford, Simester, Iackson, Swan, Mathews,
The blaring ot trumpets in
Eiiipehi s enthusiastic lazz Band.
trocluced the musical year ot
Under the sponsorship of Mr. lohn La Coanata, and the
leadership ot Uon Berry, the band has achieved areat succesfsza
in acauaintina the student body with the popular phawes ol
lflusically inclined students belonaina to the Concert
Qrchestra or Concert Band, and elected by the individual
aroups with their sponsor, are eliaible tor inenibersliip.
The dance band showed exceptional talent this year at
many ot the school assemblies and dances. They also played
at the Spring Production and at the exchange assembly at
Row l: Atwood, Berry, Camp
bell, Lennon, Houser. Buck, 'A ff,
Clark, Grettie. Row 2: Hodges.
Worthington, Newell, Tillman
Row 3: Kalchbrenner, Iuckson
Pittman, Akers, Zczckman, Bron
son, Daniels, Seitz.
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l iiriitilsez :HMM
Row 1: Cole, Bell. McBride, Zenker, Waldo, R. Colquitt, Miss Skelton, Claycombe, Anderson, Sahlin. Farnandis,
Norman. Row 2: Miles, Mitchell, Paul, Mingus, Latimore. Swift, Knaack, Condon, Watts, Murray, Roy, Hopkins,
Hohman, Iohnson, Kennedy, Snyder, Barton. Row 3: Kemp, Durst, Herzog, Parsons, Gunther, Fawkes, Capron,
Storner, Bruhl, C. Colquitt, Henderson, Pease. Icmson, Griswold. McAtee, Crider. Clark, Wells. Row 4: Weber,
Rogers, Hoey, Neste, Eames, Hardwick, Haynes, Pearson, Kunz, Mclnerney, Roberts, Brownlow, Gay, Spillman,
Archibald, Lyons, Kitzelman, Hynes, Owen, Iordan.
Under the leadership of Miss Elaine Skelton, the sixty-nine voices of the
Morgan Park A Cappella Choir presented many fine performances during their
successful '51-'52 season. Some of these were given at the P.T.A. Open House,
the Christmas Assembly, the Veterans' Hospital, the Spring Production, and at
the Board of Education during Christmas.
The Choir restricts its membership to students Who have been in one of
the lunior Choruses and who have passed a voice test.
Officers for the year Were: Dave Fewkes, Alice Weber, president, Dorothy
McAtee, Grant Pearson, vice-president, and Ioe Brownlow, Mary Mingus,
To provide good choral training and appreciation of the best choral litera-
ture - is the main purpose of the A Cappella Choir. lt is always ready and
Willing to accommodate school or community requests.
The choir, both on tour and at home, gave performances that will long be
remembered by those who heard them.
The Girls' Glee Club, under the direction of Mrs. Margaret O'Neill, has
been very active this past year - singing for the Morgan Park Women's Club,
the Christmas program, the Spring Production, and the City-Wide Contest.
ln order to become a member of the Glee Club, a student must have a
year of Iunior Mixed Chorus or lunior Girl's Chorus. A pleasing voice and a
desire to sing are also essentials tor membership.
The purpose of the C-irls' Glee Club is to attain a deeper appreciation ot
great choral works, and a higher understanding ot vocal harmony.
The officers for the tall and spring semesters respectively were Lois Smisek
and Shirley Cole, presidents, Anne Coultrip and Cathy Witte, vice-presidents,
Paula Hansen and Iune Campbell, secretaries, Iudy Barrett and Carlie Farwell,
treasurersg and Alice Giberson, Shirley Cole, and Paula Hansen, Ioanne
Row 1: Metcalfe, Hart, Miles,
Mrs, O'Neil, Patzlaft, Reynolds,
Swanson, Cole. Row 2: Rob-
erts, Lorenz, Simons, Keller,
Webber. Maheras, Smith,
Ward, Edson. Gayden. Petosky.
Row 3: Iackson, Matthias,
Bolitho, Herdlein, Geiger, Bor-
gerson, Perrizo, Meany, Mason,
Smisek, Brauer, Holly, Brooks,
Row l: Iudy Wilson, Pagel,
Coultrip, Mrs. O'Neil, Sahlin.
Witte, Kennedy, Olander. Row
Z: Latimore, Hendricks, McFad-
den, Hohman, Griswold, Crites,
Carlson, Westcott, Treat. Row
3: Crider, Barrett, Ross, Behnke,
Hatfield, Mueller, Giberson,
Duval, Griffin, Henke. Row 4:
Buchanan, Campbell, Rekosh,
Hanson, Wohlfarth, Ferman.
Freeman, Crow, Eames, Hynes,
Mitchell, Iackie Wilson, Mon-
The members ot the
Concert Orchestra have
shown outstanding talent
during the past year.
This group played for
assemblies, the annual
Spring Production, and,
following tradition, the
Members of the Orches-
tra are selected from the
lower bands, and from
among those who have
had private lessons.
Mr. Iohn La Cognata,
the director, has maine
tained the orchestra at the
same high level ot perf
tormance that it has held
in the past, lack Bland
was president ot the or-
chestra during the past
Row 1: Berry, lackson. Moog.
Brownfield. Row 2: Akers,
Greenfield, Finn, Humphrey.
Row 1: Marsh, Carrington,
Erickson, Carlson, Willis. Row
Z: Carstens. Robinson, Ander-
son, Rummel, Gunn, Miller,
Row 1: Howard, Williams,
Chrislenson. McGrath. Row 2:
Daniels, Baker, Kozac, Bracy,
Row 1: Borgerson, Nayder,
Kropp, Miller, Wallace. Row
2: Ferman, Wilson, Weir.
Morgan Parks Concert Band
added color and excitement to school
assemblies, the P.T.A. shows, the com-
munity Memorial Day Parade, and the
Spring Production, They were also
enthusiastic in highlighting the exciting
moments at the football games, and by
marching during the half-time periods.
Experience in an intermediate
band, and an from the band's
director, Mr. Iohn La Cognata, are the
requirements for membership in the
Last year's officers were as fol-
lows: Don Newell, president, Dick Len-
non, vice-president, and lean Lacey,
Among the band members, there
existed a spirit of fun and friendliness
that welded the organization together,
and made each member strive for per-
Row 1: Tschenke, Blacksher, Walters, Miller. Row 2: Stiles
Houser, Anderson, Clark, Lennon, Rummel, Gunn, Werner.
Row 1: Lore, Blacksher, Parsons, Cobb, Nader. Row 2: Akers
Pittman, Finn, Stahl, Hokanson, Mason, Firant.
Row l: Thomas, Zachman, Trapp, Wallis, Flesvig. Row Row 1: Bagwell, Miller, Lacey, Morgan, Palsedge. Row
2: Swift, Sachtleben, Riecker, Schueneman, Olson, 2: Kotz. Wilson. Crommer. Murphy, Cropp. Baden.
Row 1: Berry, Grant, Newell, White, Samuels, Tillman. Row 1: Mr. La Cognata, Iackson, Seitz, Schissler. Row
Row 2: Bayer, Mattson, Davis, Stirling, Olson, Iuric. 2: Hemmer, Lavery, Kruse, Heil.
Row l: Moyer, Dunne, Hall, Willis. Cousins, Bathe, Cczrstens, Anderson. Row 2: Bcxckstrom
Browning, Poore, Easthope. Michels. Haynes, Mandes, Norris, Brcxuer.
The house lights dim, the stage lights up, the curtain opens . . . and the
show is on! These actions are not automatic, but are the work of the indus-
trious members of the Stage Crew.
This crew has charge of the technical parts of all school assemblies and
presentations. Boys interested in these activities must have mechanical ability
and maintain a "G" average.
The persons directly responsible for the running of the stage crew during
the past year were: Dick Haynes, managerg Oscar Bathe, assistant manager,
Charles Michels, electriciang and Barron Easthope, technician. Mrs. Kathleen
Rigby is the sponsor of this hard-working group.
Although hampered at times by the lack of sufficient equipment, the stage
crew continues working cheerfully and efficiently for the best interests of the
AL ,g 5 an
M.Sgt. F. H. Dudicxk M.Sgt. W. C. Von Thoden
Military Instructor Military Instructor
Arkemc, Hokanson. Mendes, Shannon.
Major B. Humphrey Major R. Haynes
Unit Comdr., lst Sem., '51 Unit Comdr., Znd Sem., '52
Unit Comdr., 2nd Sem., '51
The purpose of the Reserve Officers' Training Corps is to teach citizenship
and leadership to the cadets, and to assist the school Whenever possible.
During the last year, under the instructorship of MX Sgt. Frank Dudiak and
MfSgt. William Von Thaden, the Unit has participated in many competitions,
including Picked Platoon, and Rifle Marksmanship.
Among the service groups which performed for the school are the Color
Guard, the Honor Guard, the Air Raid and Fire Guard, and the Picked Drill
The Unit is headed by a cadet commander and his staff. Bennett Humph-
rey and Richard Haynes, respectively, were the cadet commanders for the past
Row 1: Davis, Hall, Haynes, Humph-
rey, Boden, Buchanan. Row Z: Car-
rol, Glas, Michels, Easthope, Hardi-
Row 1: Melcher, Shannon, Sgt. Du-
diak, Sgt. Von Thaden, Michels,
Pease. Row 2: Hauck, Humphrey,
Cherry, Glass, Haynes, Easthope.
Row 1: Anderson, Waldo, Spathe,
Warn, Haynes, Flink, Channell, Col-
quiti, Williams. Row 2: Adamson,
R. Melcher, Siorner, Norris, A. Mel-
cher, Palmgren, Hauck, Humphrey,
Heuss, Boden, Pease, Waits, Mur-
dock. Row 3: Olson, Hardwick,
Spillman, Smith, Howard, Cherry,
Glass, Selhiemer, Leonhardt, Van
Valley, Murphy. Easthope, Hardi-
Row 1: Melcher, Spaeth, R. Colquitt.
Nelson, Cromer, Shannon, Channell,
Waldo. Row 2: Wheaton, Storner,
Massie, Marsh, Murdock, C. Colquitt,
Hardiman, Norris, Heuss. Row
3: Adamson, Olson, Mandes. Leon-
hardt, Lund, Arkema, Neill, Cherry,
Selheimer, Long, Howard, Melcher,
Row l: Sgt. Dudiak, Carrol, Davis,
Haynes, Humphrey, Buchanan,
Smith, Sgt. Von Thaden. Row 2:
Glass, Hardiman, Lund. Hall, East-
hope, Melcher, Adamson.
Row 1: McDonald, Vaughn, Weir,
Anderson, Boden, Markham, Imholl,
Bryant. Row 2: Zuidema, Spathe,
Williams, Mansfield, Languish, Hess,
Pease, Channell, Brennan. Row 3:
Norris, Tredwell, Sault, D'1-lrcy,
Newell, Neill, Hale, Spillman, Van
Valey, Colquitt, Spencer.
Row 1: Michel, Kowcosorski, Kinney,
Petrow, Michels, Hokanson, Rochells.
Simon. Row 2: Norton, Bagwell,
Lockett, Hopkins, Nelson, Watts,
Pickens, Storner, Warn, Gratchner,
Henderson, Waldo. Row 3: Nassie,
Williams, McVay, Browning, Peter-
sen, Braun, Howard, Holmes, Cherry,
Row 1: Robinson, Durkin, Pater
lciewicz, Hackett, Hardiwick, Kotz
Erickson, Bose. Row Z: Murdock
Robinson, Melcher, Anderson, Sel-
heimer, Long, Seitz, McBride, Leon-
hardt, Dahlen, Nichols, Ellis.
Row 1: Duffy, Mulch, Williams, Mc-
Dowell, Hauck, Leonhardt, Anderson
Gill. Row 2: Colquitt, Flink, Groebe
Rogers, Cromer, Van Etten, Condon
Hoeppner, Greene. Row 3: Werstler
Ienkens, lohnson, Murphy, Marsh
Cherry, Lorenzen, Stokes, Olson
Row 1: Colquitt, Waldo, Channell
Carroll, Humphrey, Boden, Pickens
Cromer. Row Z: Melcher, Storner
Ienkins, Hardiwick, Hardman, Hauck,
Pease, Murphy. Row 3: Spillman
Smith, Petersen, Howard, Cherry
Glas, Hall, Leonhardt, Marsh.
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We remember -N not the winnings
but how they pl
Qyed the QQDS:
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Paytes, Bozikis, Belding, Coach Dobrath.
Averaging 23.6 points per game, the Prosh-
Soph compiled a season record of 6 wins and
With Howie Anderson at the helm, the
Ponies opened their season against Thornton
and, due to their lack of experience, dropped a
closely contested battle 8-7.
Extra points meant the difierence between
victory and defeat against Lindblom as More
gan Park broke into the win column l4-l2. A
loss to Philips and another victory over Linde
blom followed. None of the Ponies' remaining
games were even close as they romped over
C. V. S., South Shore, Hyde Park, and St. Rita.
Long runs and unusual plays characterized
the Frosh-Soph's otiense. Sophomore pros-
pects moving up to the varsity next year in-
clude Ron Gill, sturdy center and dependable
linebacker, Howie Anderson, Ponies' signal
caller and passing ace, Howie Lindgren, fleet'
footed haltback, Bob Morril, and Bill Coultrip.
Eleven members of the Frosh-Soph saw action
during the last varsity tilt against Parker. Mr.
Duncan McGregor handled the coaching
Row 1: R. Nesbit, Wessel, I. Nesbit, Metcalfe, Dorgan, Wallis, Grigsby, Worthington, Ault
Row 2: Petty. Howard, I. Iackson, Redemske, Mink, Iohnson, Riggs, Fales, Chisholm, Melcher
Row 3: Coach Antonides, McGuire, C. Iackson. Thatcher, Carlson, Bostrom, Rush
Burton, Harrington, Ulreich, Gee. Wagner, MacNerland, Groebe, Beste, Buzzard
at Y, .
l4 C. V. S
l3 South Shore
After successive wins over traditionally powerful
Thornton and our old rival Calumet, hopes were riding
high for a South Section football title at Morgan Park.
Metropolitan and neighborhood papers ran pictures of
and stories about the Mustangs, who were threatening
to take their first major crown since 1933. Student
enthusiasm ran wild. M. P. drew Fenger, its cross-town
rival, as its opponent in the league opener.
During the pep assembly before the game the
cheerleaders displayed their new uniforms. Tickets
were sold out and finally the big day arrived. The
Titans still reigned supreme, however, and Les Kun, all-
state halfback, led the way to a 38-7 triumph.
Undaunted the Mustangs turned back Harper in a
pouring rain and trampled Bowen Z7-U to move into
third place. With second place and a shot at the
playoffs at stake Morgan Park met the Vocational
CaValierS. A last minute interception cost Empehi
Still srnarting from the C.V.S. battle, the Mustangs
encountered South Shore and were held to a l3-13
tie. Parker caused no further trouble and the Mustangs
hung up their cleats with a season record of 5 wins,
2 losses, and a tie, to rank fourth in the final league
Ron Redemske, veteran tackle, was awarded the
Duffy Sportsmanship trophy, by vote of the squad, and
each graduating member of the varsity received a
small gold football on a tiny chain to be Worn as a pin.
Don Bostrorn, Mustang signal caller, spearheaded both
the ground and aerial attacks and was chosen all-city
quarterback tsecond teaml by a staff of Chicago prep
football writers. He also received honorable mention
in the all-state poll. Coach Robert Antonides acted as
head coach, and Charles Dobrath, as assistant.
Row 1: Munnecke, Cassidy, Klaus, Morrill, Hall, Malin. Row 2: Winton, Hovel, Melcher.
Anderson, Gill, Greenfield. Hixon, Simons. Row 3: McGregor, Ienks, Doyle, Duffy, Lewis,
Rogers, Oliver, Seward, Unterburg, Coultrip. Lorenzen, Howes, Coyle, Linsey, Lindgren.
Row l: Bennett, Samuels, Hall, Bostrom, Burgin, McGuire, Hardy. Row 2: Iackson,
Winton. Cullop, Frieske, Owens, Runyon, Harrington, Iohnson. Sylvain, Mr. Dobrcrth.
. . Don Bostrom
in li, i Co-Captain
t SEASON RECORD
43 St. Patricks 46
37 Englewood 49
43 Crane 36
45 Washburne 32
58 Manley 29
43 Christian 46
46 Eenger 34
45 Carver 46
36 Parker 67
41 Harper 47
39 Hirsch 66
39 Hyde Park 46
46 South Shore 69
46 Calumet 56
40 C.V.S. 27
52 Bowen 51
After dropping their tirst two en-
counters to St. Patrick's and Englewood,
the Mustangs came to lite and swamped
Crane, Washburne, and Manley. Chris-
tian then moved into the big gym and
combined height and accurate shooting
to snap Morgan Park's winning streak,
The Mustangs taced Fenger in their
league opener and easily downed an in-
terior Titan quintet 46-34. From here on
in, however, the Seniors met with little
success, and after losing 5 straight to Car-
ver, Parker, Harper, Hirsch, and Hyde
Park were rooted deep in tenth place as
this article went to press.
Lack ot experience cost the Mustangs
at least IU points per game, but next
year's squad should develop into a po-
tential South Section contender. Both
the Ponies and the Mustangs were under
the direction ot Coach Charles Dobrath.
JUNIOR BASKETBALL SQUAD
Starting out slow, the Iuniors dropped
their season opener to St. Patrick's 55-46,
but snapped back to whip Englewood 49-
47, only to lose their next two starts to
Crane and Washburne. A thrilling one
point victory over Tilden and an easy 6l-
50 conquest of Manley gave the Iuniors a
.500 average and ended their exhibition
Thus, with a 3-3 record, the Ponies
met Fenger in their first league encounter.
The Titans handed M.P. a 55-49 setback
and Empehi's title hopes began to fade.
Determination and aggressiveness
coupled with the fact that they are com-
posed mostly of two and three year veter-
ans enabled the Ponies to humble Carver
59-56 and begin a drive which has carried
them to second place, where they remain
with a 5-l league record as this article
goes to press.
Alter Carver, Parker, Harper, and
Hirsch fell before the Ponies' onslaught,
midyear graduation claimed their spark-
plug and consistent pace setter, Frank
Mottley, but they were still able to eek out
a close 5l-50 win over Hyde Park to keep
in the running for South Section honors.
46 St. Patricks 55
49 Englewood 47
35 Crane 50
55 Washburne 65
55 Tilden 54
6l Manley 50
49 Fenger 55
59 Carver 56
5l Parker 49
77 Harper 69
37 Hirsch 35
51 Hyde Park 50
65 South Shore 55
65 Calumet 52
47 C.V.S. 70
54 Bowen 56
Row I: Kletcke, Klein, T. Sempre
vivo, Mottley, Bright, Dixon. Row 2
Raetzman. Weigel, Marshall, Rum-
mel, Pittman, Iohnson, Morgan, Red-
dick. Watts, Mr. Dobrath.
SWIM TEAMS JUNIORS
Due to the new setup by which four teams from the Central
Section combined with the South Section, Morgan Park's swim
teams faced ll opponents in their bid for Section honors.
After victories over DuSab1e, Lindblom, Harrison, and
C.V.S., the Iuniors, minus co-captain Bob Howard, suffered
their only defeat at the hands of Fenger's Titans. Still hoping
to capture the league crown, they turned back Parker and
Hirsch in their next two starts to climb into second place,
where they remain as this article goes to press.
Morgan Park's Seniors broke into the win column only
once in their first six tries, a 47-8 triumph over Parker in their
sixth meet, falling to ninth place, with little hope of breaking
into the first division, as this article goes to press.
Dan Deufel, 40-yd. back stroke artist, placed second for
Empehi in the city meets held Dec. 7. The luniors' four man
relay team composed of Bob Howard, Dan Deufel, Bryan
Seavoy, and Iim Manning finished fourth in their event.
Coach Dick Tweedie directed both squads.
Row l: Haas, Stevenson, Percy,
Embs, Manning. Row 2: Howard,
Griffin. Robinson, Seavoy, Deufel, ,
' fl' .Hai
Bob Howard Dan Deufel
Row 1: Macica, Cluverius, Rea.
Sundland. Hauch, Iuric, Coach
Tweedie. Row 2: Brown, Talge,
Bronson, Brownlow, K. Atwood, Cur-
tiss, Stumer, Fewkes.
M P Opp,
7 C.V.S. 8
l South Shore l
4 Hirsch B
2 Harper 3
4 Fenaer 13
7 Hyde Park 3
9 Parker l
U C.V.S. l2
O Calumet 7
3 Bowen 7
2 South Shore 4
U Hirsch 4
6 Hyde Park 12
Z Harper l
l Fenqer 4
l Parker ll
Row 1: Muhr, Kletcke. Framke. T
vivo. Waters, Reddick, Klein, Stahl
Eichstcredt. Burke. Row 3: Kozak
K Guire, Larson, Burden. Bronson
1. coach Tweedie.
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1, : , if' gf
Weak hitting and lack of a tight defense cost
Morgan Park pitchers many a game during the 1951
Bill Fewkes twirled ct no-hitter to highlight an
unimpressive team record of three wins and eleven
Four sophomores saw action in the starting line-
up as Coach Tweedie put into effect his "build for
the future" policy.
Semprevivo, Stirling, Kupecky. Ofte-
dahl. Row 2: Icrzduk, M. Sempre-
Cibulski, Buuske, Frentz, Grunt, Mc-
1: 'J l
CITY GOLF CHAMPS
After a year's absence from the links, Morgan
Parks golf team came back strong in l951 to capture
the city golf crown.
Successive Wins over Hyde Park, Calumet, and
Lindblom put the team in a tie with C.V.S., who had
previously handed Morgan Park its only setback, for
first place and enabled them to enter the semi-finals
where they met and easily downed Taft Blfg-Slfg.
Only Schurz stood in the Way to M.P.'s fourth
golf title. Captain Mickey O'Conner shot an 80, Al
Cibulski shot a 78, and Ken Gee and Bill Howard
came through With scores of 82 and 84, respectively,
totalling 7112 team points, 3 more than the Bulldogs'
A beautiful bronze plaque was presented to the
boys who in turn presented it to the school.
Warren Bunyan rounded out the championship
squad, coached by Duncan McGregor.
C.V . S. 6112
Hyde Park U
Calumet l V2
Taft 5 V2
Hthe unspoken good-bye,
the pressure of CI hand,
V--. A-4, -A109511
CSince it must be sol
North to the Orient - A. Lindbergh
KISKADDON REALTY COMPANY
CMember Chicago Real Estate Boardj
Serving the Ridge Community for many years
ACACIA UPHOLSTERY STUDIO
Manufacturers of Fine Upholstered F urnzture
0 Real Estate Sales U Loans DRAPERIES SLIP COVERS
0 Property Management 0 lnsurance
1920 Monterey tlllthl Avenue
11047 Hale Avenue BEverly 8-4400 CEdqrCreS1 3-3580
Acacia Upholstery Studio..
Aldridge Cons't Co. . . .
Barth's Bakeries ......
Beauty Lane Salon . ..
Beverly Art Shoppe . . .
Beverly Boot Shop ....
Beverly Camera Shop
Beverly Furniture Mart
Beverly Hills Studio ..
Beverly Music Center .
Beverly Ridge Cleaners
Beverly Tile Co. ..... .
The Bonnet Shop .....
Boys' World .,........
Doris Brown ..........
William Brown CS Sons
By The Way ..........
The Cake Box ....,...
Charm Delineators ....
Chicago Hardware 6:
Appliance Co. ..... .
Tom Collins, Printer . . .
Derk Smit CS Son, lnc. .
Doc's Hobby House . . .
Endurance Co. ...... .
Erickson Plumbing Co.
Evans Exclusive Millinery. .
"for men" ....,........ .. .
Ben Franklin Store ........
Lloyd Fredendall . . . . . . . .
Gordon's Interiors ........
Groebe Realtors ......
Hahn Brothers ......
Hale Food Shop ......
Peter Hansen G Son ..
Hayes' Yummys ......
Hilda's Shop .........
Hilltop Apothecary Shop . .
Hobbies CS Sports .....
Ieflrey Drug ..........
lo-Ann Cotton Shop ..
lohnson 51 Blake, lnc. . .
Iohnson Drugs .......
lohnson Equipment Co.
Lackore, Nichols ci Lane
Lamparters Market . . .
Lain ci Sons, lnc. .... .
H. A. Launspach, R.Ph.
Lewis W. Waxman,
Kinney Printing Co. . . .
Klein Hardware ......
Kiskaddon Realty Co. .
Mar-Bet Knit Shop ....
Marcell s .,........,.
George Michels .r....
Kute Kiddie's Kloes Shoppe
Minerva's Beauty Salon
Morgan Arms Tailors
ci Cleaners ........
Morgan Park Beauty Salon
Morgan Park Garage . .
Morton's Rexall Drugs .
Frank G. Moses .......
Mt. Greenwood Off. Supply
Mt. Greenwood Specialty
Clem B. Mulholland, lnc.
The Nantucket ........
Nebel 6: Co. .......... .
O 'K Food Shop ...,...
Paddock Realty Co. . . . .
Al Payne Motors lnc. . . .
Partington CS Newhall, lnc
Ruth's Flower Shop
Scott's Beauty Salon . . .
Smartwear-Sullivans . . .
Snackville Iunction ....
Stetlens, Ieweler ......
Robert B. Stitt ..... . .
Stuart Music Shop .....
Surrey Restaurant .....
Tiegreen s ...,........
Rose Toelle Beauty Service
Vail Furniture Co. ..., .
Van Pelt Art Galleries . .
Village Gilt Box ..,....
The Vogue Dress Shop .
Mae Walker Dress Shop
Werner's Furniture ....
Western Pharmacy ....
Wilson lr. College .....
F. W. Woolworth ...,..
Anna Young ...... . .
SCOTT'S BEAUTY SALON
We Curl Up and Dye for You
3021 West lllth Street
By Appointment Only
THOSE WHO SERVE US BEST
BEVERLY MUSIC CENTER MAR-BET KNIT SHOP
1824 West 95th Street 2140 West 95th Street
WILLIAM H. BROWNGSONS, REAL ESTATE MORGAN ARMS TAILORS A CLRANRRS
10307 Hale Avenue 2239 West 111th Street
CHICAGO HARDWARE AND APPLIANCE CO.
3107-11 West 111th Sue-ef MORGAN PARK BEAUTY SALON
11043 Hale Avenue
TOM COLLINS. PRINTER
1922 MOIIIGFGY Avenue MORGAN PARK GARAGE
EVANS ExcLUS1vE MILLINERY 11112 Hale Avenue
9917 Walden Parkway O 'K FOOD SHOP
HALE F0013 SHOP 1924 Monterey Avenue
I 11041HCf1e Avenue THE VOGUE DRESS SHOP
HILDA'S SHOP 9906 Walden Parkway
1742112 West 95th Street MAE WALKER DR Ss SHOP
HILLTOP APOTHECARY SHOP 11043 Hale Avfnue
1858 West 95th Street
IO-ANN COTTON SHOP WESTERN PHARMACY
3142 West ruth Street 10301 South Western Avenue
LAIN 5, SQNS, INC- F. W. WOOLWORTH, Sc to 51.00 STORE
Funerqf Directors 1728 West 95th Street
LEWIS W. WAXMAN, PHARMACIST ANNA W. YOUNG. REAL ESTATE
2101 West 95th Street 1830 West 103rd Street
Hardwaze Pittsburgh Paint and Glass Appliances
Cleaning Supplies Quality Kitchenware
GEORGE W. MICHELS
App1iance Repair Service
Pick Up and Delivery
REver1y 8-0292 1825 West 103rd Street
CHICAGO 43, ILLINOIS
BEN FRANKLIN STORE
Your 5 51 10c Store
1979 West 111th Street
BEver1y 8-1176 Evenings and Hotidays
1708 West 95th Street
1820 West 95th Street
3127 West 111th Street
11100 South Longwood Drive
A11 Phones: BEver1y 8-2400
CLEANERS 6. DYERS
9741 South California Avenue
Phone: Evergreen Park 8400
AL PAYNE MOTORS INC.
3058 West 111th Street
Sales STUDEBAKER Service
Phone HI11top 5-2600
RUTH'S FLOWER SHOP
1985 West 111th Street
jtltlt. dsresntnuuh Specialty Shop
INFANTS' G CHILDRENS WEAR
3237 West 111th Street Chicago 43, I11inois
Phone HIIItop 5-2073
LLOYD F REDENDALL
IEWELRY 0 WATCHES
GIFTS FOR REMEMBRANCE
3123 West 111th Street
CHICAGO 43, ILLINOIS
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10437 South Western Avenue
Mary Mingus and Gail Bradbury favor
THE NANTUCKET RESTAURANT
for a quick lunch or complete dinner
11060 South Western Avenue
NATIONALLY ADVEHTISED BRANDS
Chicago 43, lllinois MEN AND WOMEN
3047 West 111th Street Hllltop 5-1150
Phone 1-Hlltop 5-3116
IOHN A. STEFFENS
Fine Watch, lewelrv and Platinum Work
1834 West 95th Street Chicago 43, Illinois
Printing 3011001 SUPPUGS Rubber SfC1mPS Kitchen, Bathroom Modernizing Service
I. C. ERICKSON PLUMBING CO.
STATIONERS Beverly Display Room
Sprgguel Pfgpffetgf SOU.Il'1 Western Avenue
3046 West lllth Street Chicago 43, Illinois Chicago 43, Illinois
CLEM B. MULHOLLAND INC
2156 West 95th Street
Beverly Hills and Evergreen Park homes
Potential customer. Rochelle Davis, enters the home
of Clem B. Mulholland, Inc.
Phone BEverly 8-8550
Individual Hair Styling and Cutting
The Finest Plastic Wall Tile ROSE -I-OELLE
BEVERLY TILE CO. PERSONALIZED BEAUTY SERVICE
Complete Bath and Kitchen Remodeling
Fixtures , Sinks , Medicine Cabinets SPECIALIZING IN PERMANENT WAVING
Asphalt and Rubber Floor Tile EXPERT HAIR TINTING
10827 S' Weetem Ave' Chieege 43' HI' 1911 West lO3rd street Bisveriy 8-0962
Phone Watertall 8-1727
Open Monday and Thursday
Evenings to 9 PM.
Tuxedos , pun Dress - Morning Wear South Western Avenue at 105th Street
Rented tor all Occasions
ll4l6 South Michigan Avenue
CHICAGO CRoselandl, Illinois
A Better Place to Dine
GREETING CARDS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
GIFTS LARGE AND SMALL
BY THE WAY
2353 West lllth Street
Chicago 43, Illinois
RENTAL LIBRARY I-Illltop 5-6329
VILLAGE GIFT BOX
"Distinctive Gifts for All Occasions
3219 West lllth Street
Chicago 43, Illinois
THE CAKE BOX
Whipped Cream Cakes and Party Cakes
DAILY HOT BAKERY GOODS IN THE
MORNING AND AT 6 P. M.
Open 7 A. M. to IU P. M. Daily
Closed Monday - Open Sunday
9723 South Western Avenue
CEdarcrest 3-8110 Chicago 43, Illinois
DERK SMIT 5- SON. INC. 1952 MOWYBY Ave-
INTERIORS Since 1920
H. A. LAUNSPACH. R.Ph.
1861-63 Wesi 95th Street A Good Place to Buy All Your Drugs
and School Supplies
CEdarcrest 3-3255-56 Chicago 43, Illinois SODA FOUNTAIN LUNCI-IEONETTE
-1--1- Ken Olson selects Cx tie from
THE SMARTEST SHOP the fine array of men's fur-
OF ITS KIND IN CHICAGO nishings at "for men".
Q SPORTING GOODS
1636 West 95th Street
Z ssvmv Haus Hmm 543010
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Fancy Groceries and Q
Better Homes for Better Living
l1C11iiY MQGYS ALDRIDGE CONSTRUCTION
1819-21 West 1U3rd Street COMPANY
Phone BEver1y 8-7
- Free Deliver
1902 Monterey Avenue, Chicago 43, Illinois
Telephone I-Illltop 5-6666
F. M. Aldridge
DEWITT N- LANE BARTH'S BAKERIES
LACKORE, NICHOLS as. LANE YW Commmfty Bakef
Cakes 1' Rolls " Pastries
All Types ot Bakery Goods
1971 West 111111 511991 1948 Monterey Ave. 419 E. with st
BEVef1Y 8-0671 BEverly 8-9050
ELECTRIC LAWN TRIMMERS POWER LAWN MOWERS
AIR COMPRESSORS ELECTRIC GENERATING PLANTS
SELEAKLEEN LAWN RAKES
TOM IOHNSON EQUIPMENT CO.
1900 Monterey Avenue
BEverly 816573 Chicago 43, Illinois
THE BONNET SHOP
l977 West lllth Street
Distinctive Millinery and Accessories
3308 West lllth Street
3152 West lllth Street
Dorothy G. Brockway
VAIL FURNITURE CO.
BEVERLY'S LEADING AGENCY
ROBERT B.S'Tl'TT 3203 West time Street
1713 WEST 95th STREET
l2647 South Western Avenue
IOHNSON 51 BLAKE, INC.
PAINT 51 WALLPAPER CO.
GLIDDEN PAINTS DuPONT PAINTS
MURPHY PAINTS IOIZI South Western Avenue
3209 West 111111 Street chicago 43, 111111015 BEVGYIY 8-1502
BEVERLY CAMERA SHOP
1718 West 95th Street
SNACKVILLE IUNCTION PARTINGTON 61 NEWHALL, INC.
IO809 South Western Avenue Prescription Druggists
R. Bogus, R.Ph. I, Dunn, RPI1.
CEdorcrest 3-9394 K R
The REXALL Store X
Good Food Served Directly to You 11051 Hale Ave., cmwgo 43, Illinois
by Miniature Train Phones E-Everly 8-4238-9
WE CATER TO oH1LDREN's PARTIES See Us for School Supplies
At Moderate Prices
BEVERLY FURNITURE MART
11111 South Western Avenue
Chicago 43, I11inois
DOC'S HOBBY HOUSE
1905 Monterey Avenue
HOBBIES 0 SCHOOL SUPPLIES
MAGAZINES 0 CANDY
PADDOCK REALTY CO.
11102 South Longwood Drive
Speciahzing in the se11ing
of Morgan Park homes
1835 West 103rd Street
Hugh Claycombe helps make a
sale to lane! Kitzelmcm.
T I E C1 R E E N ' S
103rd ond Wood Streets
TELEVISION RECORD PLAYERS
H A Y E S ' Y U M M Y S
10900 South Western Avenue CEdorcrest 3-9705
A typical alter school gathering at Yummys enjoy the finest in fountain food.
Hultop 5-0300 BEverly 8-9695 HIlltop 5-5331
PETER HANSEN 6. SON Fred and lohn Klein
GENERAL CONTRACTORS Paint, Hardware 6. Wall Paper Store
9505 South Prospect Avenue 10146-48 South Western Avenue
Chicago 43, Illinois Chicago 43, Illinois
Louise F. Van Pe-lt Iohn Van Pelt Open Tuesday, Thursday and Friday
Telephone I-Illltop 5-7467 Evenings
BEAUTY LANE SALON
VAN PELT ART GALLERIES
IMPORTED OIL PAINTINGS
FRAMING l0036 South Western Avenue
2l32 West 95th Street Chicago 43, Illinois
Chicago 43, Illinois Phone CEdarcrest 3-5040
FRANK G. MOSES
COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE
lll02 Longwood Drive Hllltop 5-2000
Frank discusses with Iudy Barrett and Iohn
son the reasons for the high auto accident rate
Hllltop 5-2733-2734 For Action! ! !
Buying and Selling Real Estate
WERNER'S FURNITURE CUH
All Nationally AdV9I'IiS6d Brands
L 2057 W. 95th Street BEverly 8-8100
2234 West 95th Street Chicago 43, Illinois U25 Years in Beverly Hiusff
rw . ' 2 4
CHICKEN OUR SPECIALTY
Complete Luncheons, Dinners, Steaks, Chops, Seo Foods
Luncheons Served Daily from 11-3g Dinners 4-11
FUR FINE P00195 10352 S. We-Stem Avenue H111top 5-0700
We Cater to All Parties f - 24 Hour Notice
WOODROW WILSON IUNIOR COLLEGE
Branch - The Chicago City Iunior College
6800 Stewart Avenue Chicago 2l, Illinois
ENROLL IN SOUTHTOWN'S MUNICIPAL
Fully Accredited Day and Evening Classes
Full or Part Time Programs
Wide Choice of Courses
Tuition Free to Chicago Residents
Well-Trained Faculty - Excellent Facilities
Accredited Eight Week Summer Session
Many Extra-Curricular Activities
Convenient Location - Collegiate Atmosphere
1952 Summer Session
Opens Iune 305 Ends August 22
Fall Registration - September 10-15, l952
For Further Information Address
the Registrars Office
A COLLEGE EDUCATION IS AN INVESTMENT IN
YOUR FUTURE AND THE FUTURE OF AMERICA
Safeguard Your Future by Enrolling in
WILSON IUNIOR COLLEGE
For Your Prescription and Drug Needs
MORTON'S REXALL DRUGS
3136 West lllth Street
2055 West 95th Street
CUSTOMED DRAPERIES AND BEDSPREADS
Chicago 43, Illinois
Telephone CEdo1rcrest 3-0701
BEVERLY ART SHOPPE
GIFTS EOR ALL OCCASIONS
I739 West 99th Street Chicago
REAL ESTATE 0 INSURANCE
10014 S. Western Ave.
Cliicogo 43, Illinois
K A D E N ' S
1942 Monterey Ave.
BEVERLY BOOT SHOP
1648 West 95th Street
Ioan Hoeglund tries on a pair of loafers. The Beverly
Boot Shop carries cz complete line of casual and dress
shoes for the teen-agers.
BEVERLY HILLS STUDIO
2019 West 95th Street
HOBBIES AND SPORTS
1755 W. 95th Street BEverly 8-8331
Established in Beverly Hills since 1939
11049 Hole Avenue
Chicogo 43, Illinois
KUTE KIDDIES' KLOES SHOPPE REGISTERED PHARMACISTS
CHILDRENS AND INFANTS' WEAR IEFFERY DRUG CQ.
9911 Wflldefl PGfkWUY 1101 South Western Avenue Hllltop 5-1551
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STUART MUSIC SHOP
3147 West lllth Street BEver1y 8-4280
Chicago 43, Illinois
Telephone BEverly 8-6300
Minerva Paulson I-Hlltop 5-4494
HERMAN C. NEBEL 6. Co.
1Hflinerha's Beauty Qalon
Builders and Contractors
2143 West 95th Street
Scalp Treatments -2- Razor Haircutting
Chicago 43, Illinois
3259 West lllth Street Chicago 43, Illinois
Herman C. Nebel Stiles T. Iewett
E. C. KINNEY PRINTING CO.
106 West 119th Street Chicago 28, Illinois COrnmodore 4-0026
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