Morgan Park Junior College - Oracle Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1939
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To express the spirit ot the students of
Morgan Park lunior College, We have
aolopted "Swing" as the theme of the
l939 Oracle. Alert, eager, looking to
the future the class of '39 presents this
Oracle Written in the tempo of moolern
life ancl reflecting the rhythm and
harmony of our years at M. P. l. C.
PUBLISHED BY THE
CLASS QF NINETEEN THIRTY-NINE
The students of the Morgan Park lunior
College dedicate the l939 Oracle to
Martin Morrow-their friend and
companion in the class-room, on the
football team and in all school activi-
ties. The memory of his loyalty and
fine spirit will continue as long as
the college exists, typiiying the true
spirit of the college.
Miss Ruth Abells -
Ida Mae Maack
- - Editorial Editor
Assistant Business Manager
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COLONEL H. D. ABELLS
Harry Delmont Abells
Haydn Evan Iones
Albert Gould Dodd
Morris Carl Bergen'
Ruth Helene Abells
Floyd Fintin Fleming
Thelma Vogt Taylor
John A. De Grandpre
Iames W. Greenman
- - Superintendent
- - - Dean
- - - Registrar
- Director of Student Personnel
Director of Athletics
- - Librarian
- - Curator
MISS RUTH H. ABELLS,
Director of Student Personnel
MR, MORRIS C. BERGEN.
MR. A. G. DODD.
MRS. IOHN H. NEWMAN
Mr. Johnson, Mr. Stevens, Miss Dent, Mrs. Taylor, Mr. Dodd, Dr. Cable, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Mclntosh
Ruth H. Abells
Ph.B., M.S., University of Chicago.
Ietf A. Anderson
B.S., M.S., University of Illinois,
Morris C. Bergen
B.S., M.S., University of Chicago.
Mabel Hessler Cable
A.B., Miami University.
M.A., Ph.D., University ot Chicago.
B.A., Milton College.
Shorthand and Typing
Leon T. Dickinson
B.A., Williams College.
M.A., University of Chicago.
Albert Gould Dodd
B.S., Northeast Missouri State Teacher's College.
M.A., University ot Chicago.
M.A., Ph.D., University of Chicago.
College Diploma, Regino State School, Prum,
Back Row: Mr. Bergen, Mr. Platt, Mr. Dickinson, Dr. Hammer.
Front Row: Mme. Starz, Miss Abells, Mrs. Orr.
Leroy Abner Iohnson
S.B., Michigan State College.
S.M., University ot Chicago.
Roy Stuart Mclntosh
A.B., M.A., University ot Colorado.
B.S., M.A., Western Kentucky State Teacher's
Raymond Clinton Platt
B.A., Albion College.
B.A., Oxford University.
History and Political Science
Certificate Brevet Superieur, Cannes Ecole
Towner Hardy Stevens
B.S., Kansas State Teacher's College, Pittsburgh.
M.S., Kansas State College.
Physics and Engineering
Thelma Vogt Taylor
A.B., Western Michigan State Teacher's College.
M.A., University ot Chicago.
David Thomas - ---- - President
lane Chiera - Vice-President
Wilbur Klint - Secretary
lda Mae Maack Treasurer
SENICR CLA SS CCMMITTEES
Social Committee ii Cap and Gown Committee
Kathryn Dryburqh, chairman Roger Smith
, Elaine Bernhardt
eryl Thomston Gift Committee
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9 Y Obquqh Bruce Howat, chairman
William Tanis Haydgn Beddoe
I Decorating Committee
Diana Smead, chairman ,
Harold Houskeeper, chairman
Rachel Natharius Connie Ruud
George Mills Frank Thomas
Beta Phi Kappa: Chemistry Club: Math Club: Glee Club.
Beta Phi Kappa: Commerce Club, Secretary: Chemist-ry Club:
French Club: Camera Club: Oracle Staff: W.A.A.: Coed Club:
Editor of Alumni News: Student Counselor.
Phi Zeta, Vice-President: Co-ed Club, Social Chairman: French
Club: Fortniqhtly: Oracle: Commerce Club: Student Counselor:
Chemistry Club: Beta Phi Kappa.
Nu Beta Nu, Recording Secretary: Inter-fraternity-sorority Coun-
cil: Coeecl Club: W.A.A.
French Club, President: Zoology Club: W.A.A., Secretary: Nu
Beta Nu, Vice-President: Glee Club, President: Co-ed Club:
Student Counselor: Senior Class Vice-President.
Class Social Chairman: Delta Alpha, President: Inter-fraternity-
sorority Council, Secretary: Commerce Club, Vice-President:
Dramatic Club, Treasurer: Zoology Club: Math Club: Oracle:
Student Counselor: W.A.A.: Glee Club.
Fortniqhtly, Editor-in-Chief: Oracle, Editor-in-Chief '38: Student
Council: German Club: Literary Supplement, Editorial Board:
Social Committee: Nu Beta Nu: French Club: German Club:
Rifle Club: Glee Club: Co-ed Club: Student Counselor: W.A.A.
French Club, Treasurer: German Club, Treasurer: Glee Club:
Oracle, Administration Editor: Zoology Club: Fortnightly: Drama
Club: Commerce Club: Co-ed Club: W.A.A.
Mu Omega Beta, Vice-President: Inter-fraternity-sorority Council,
President: Commerce Club. President and Vice-President: Men's
Club: Board of Governors: Student Council: Basketball Team,
Manager: Student Counselor. .
Beta Phi Kappa, Vice-President: Student Council: Men's Club:
Commerce Club: French Club: Football: Basketball: Baseball:
Lettermen's Club: Fortniqhtly: Oracle.
W.A.A., President: Nu Beta Nu: Rifle Club: Girls' Basketball:
Co-ed Club: Social Committee: Oracle: German Club: Com-
merce Club: Dramatic Club: Glee Club: Prom Committee.
IONSSON, WANIA A
Beta Phi Kappa, Secretary: Co-ed Club: W.A.I-l.: Fortnightly:
Glee Club: German Club: Girls' Basketball: Commerce Club:
JJ Beta Phi Kappa, President: Commerce Club, President: Chemis-
'L ' try Club, Secretary: Basketball: Lettermen's Club: Dramatic
Club: Men's Club: German Club: Student Counselor.
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Fortnightly, Editor-in-Chief: Oracle '38, Associate Editor: Drama
Club, Vice-President: Chemistry Club: French Club: Student
Council: German Club: Rifle Club: Riding Club: Student Coun-
selor: Co-ed Club: W.A.A.
Nu Beta Nu: Orchestra: Co-ed Club: W.A.A.
Football, Captain: Men's Club, Secretary: Lettermen's Club,
Sgt. at Arms: Engineer's Club, Vice-President: Pre-medical Club.
French Club: Zoology Club: Commerce Club: Glee Club: Dra-
matic Club: Co-ed Club: W.A.A.: Student Counselor.
Phi Zeta, Secretary, Treasurer: Co-ecl Club, Vice-President:
W.A.A., Treasurer: Commerce Club: Fortnightly.
Ml-LACK. IDA MAE
Class Treasurer: Inter-iraternity-sorority Council, Vice-President:
Delta Alpha, Vice'President, Secretary: Riding Club, Secretary:
Chemistry Club, Vice'Presider1t: French Club: Camera Club:
Oracle: W.A.A.: Co-ed Club: Student Counselor: Math Club,
German Club, Secretary, Vice-President: Zoology Club, Secre-
tary-Treasurer: Fortrxightly: W.A.A.: Co-ed Club.
French Club, President: Phi Zeta: Inter-fraternity-sorority Coun-
cil: Dramatic Club: Oracle: Co-ed Club: W'.A.A.
MILLS, GEORGE II
Student Council: Engineers Club, President: Chemistry Club:
lnter-fraternity-sorority Council, President: Mu Omega Beta,
President: Men's Club, President: Math Club: Orchestra: Social
Committee: Student Counselor. '
W.A.A., Secretary, Treasurer: Co-ed Club, Secretary, Treasurer:
German Club, Vice-President: Commerce Club: Social Commit-
tee: Phi Zeta: Fortniqhtly: Beta Phi Kappa: Student Counselor,
Mu Omega Beta, Treasurer: Engineers Club, Treasurer: Rifle
Club, Treasurer: Chemistry Club: Math Club: Merrfs Club:
Football: Baseball: Student Counselor.
Fortnightly, Feature Editor: Glee Club: French Club: Oracle:
Co-ed Club: W.A.A.: Chemistry Club: Literary Supplement: Beta
Phi Kappa: Debate Club.
Zoology Club: Football: Lettermen's Club: Glee Club: German
Phi Zeta, President, Vice-President: lnter-fraternity-sorority Coun-
cil: Co-ed Club: W,A.A.: Commerce Club: German Club: Student
RUSKAMP, MARGUERITE '
Nu Beta Nu: Chemistry Club: German Club: Co-ed Club: W.A.A.
W.A.A., President: Phi Zeta, Vice-President: Commerce Club:
lnler-fraternity-sorority Council: Cc-ed Club.
Co-ed Club, President, Vice-President: W.A.A., Treasurer, Vice-
President: French Club, Secretary: Interefraternity-sorority Coun-
cil, Vice-President: Student Council: Nu Beta Nu: Riding Club:
Rifle Club: Beta Phi Kappa.
W.A.A., President: Commerce Club, Treasurer: Student Council:
French Club: Co-ed Club: Social Committee: Phi Zeta: Beta Phi
Kappa: Student Counselor.
Beta Phi Kappa: French Club: Glee Club: Orchestra: Fort-
niqhtly: Intramural Baseball and Basketball: Men's Club.
Phi Zeta, President: Inter-Eraternity-sorority Council: German
Club: Commerce Club: Student Counselor: Co-ed Club: W.A.A.
TAN IS, WILBUR
Enqineer's Club, Secretary: French Club: Math Club: Intramural
Basketball: Baseball: Men's Club.
President of Sophomore Class: Football: Lettermen's Club: Math
Club, President: Student Council, Vice-President:'Student Coun-
selor: Chemistry Club: Beta Phi Kappa, Secretary: Gs-rmanq
Club, Secretary: Baseball: French Club: Men's Club: Intramural Yr a
Sports. h 'fg P
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THOMAS, FRANK ' :CQ ,T
Zoology Club: Camera Club: French Club: Baseball: Men's Club.
Dramatic Club, Vice-President: Phi Zeta: Commerce Club: Rifle
Club: Co-ed Club: W.A.A.: Camera Club: Glee Club: Oracle:
VAN HOF, CHESTER
Phemfor, Secretary, President: Commerce Club: Inter-fraternity
sorority Council: Lettermen's Club: Basketball: Football: Men's
Chemistry Club, President: Pre-medical Club, President: Beta
Phi Kappa: Zooloqy Club: Men's Club.
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Oracle, Editor-in-Chief: Fortniqhtly: Commerce Club: Co-ed
Club, Secretary: Drama Club: Rifle Club: Glee Club: Camera
Engineers Club, President: Football: Chemistry Club: Glee
Club: Dramatic Club: Lettermen's Club: Baseball: Student Coun-
selor: Men's Club.
Glee Club: Commerce Club: Zoology Club: Co-ed Club: W.A.A.
German Club: Camera Club: Rifle Club: Chemistry Club:
, Co-ed Club: W.A.A.
Phi Zeta: Co-ed Club: W.A.A.
Mu Omega Beta, Sqt. at Arms: Camera Club: German Club:
Commerce Club: Men's Club.
Men's Club, Board of Governors: Enqineer's Club, Vice-Presb
dent: Student Council, Vice-President: Dramatic Club: Letter-
men's Club: Football: Math Club: Baseball.
Orchestra: Men's Club.
German Club, President: Drama Club, President: Fortniqhtly:
Chemistry Club: Zoology Club: Preemedical Club: Riding Club:
Oracle: Camera Club: Math Club: Men's Club.
HALL CF FAME
CF CLASS CF 1939
Most popular girl -
Most popular boy -
Prettiest girl -
Best-looking boy -
Wittiest boy -
Best-dressed girl -
Best-dressed boy -
Best dancer fgirll -
Best dancer lboyl -
Most sophisticated girl
Best Student - -
Most likely to succeed
Most versatile boy -
Most versatile girl -
Best Athlete -
Class Burn -
- Diana Smead
- Betty Lonq
- lean Watts
- Betty Buckley
- Iune Bing
- lane Chiera
- Donald Victor
- Diana Smead
- Don Leavitt
Chester Van Hot
Third Row: Wilson, I-lillis, Ioens, Meyer, Olson P., Ziegmont, Musser, Ehrler, Van Valkenburgh.
Second Row: Stone M. A., Folkrod, Daly, Ohman, Batter, Stone E., Anderson Reb., Rogqeveen,
Fisher, Buell, Malott, Boockford, McCumber.
First Row: Hibbard, Bagby, Schumann, Swisher, Olson L., Pillsbury, Berthelsen, Lindholm,
Anderson R., Iames, Ellis.
CLASS OF l91lO
Though the graduating class of February, l94O, may not be impressive in numbers, its
roster nevertheless includes many outstanding personalities.
Two of the first to be "in the know" were Ruth Eddy and lohn Riddle who were
elected to the Student Council during their second semester at Iaycee. lohn was then
elected chairman by the other members of the Council. This semester the masculine elef
ment elected him president of the Men's Club. lohn also proudly displays a football letter.
One of the outstanding co-eds is Margaret Griswold, skilled at riding and shooting.
Another ardent equestrienne and member of the rifle team is Beth Dring. Marilou Scanlon
has added to the interest of the Fortnightly by her timely fashion columns. Harry Boe-
buck has kept himself in trouble by writing fraternity news. Ever notice how the Phem-
tors make the headlines?
Another member of this class who has swung into the spotlight is Bob Ehrler. Dur-
ing the past year this lad has held the offices of Drama Club president, vice-president
of the "Saddle Bouncers," and a governor of the Men's Club. Bob also took part in a
play which was given by the Drama Club and was manager of the basketball team.
Some of the more seriously inclined sophomores are lim Maury, president of the En-
gineer's Club, and Russell Iones, who besides working as a chemistry lab assistant has
held the positions of Math Club president and vice-president of the Chemistry Club.
Ray Ziegmont has made a name for himself in the athletic field. He held a regular
position on the football team, as well as on the baseball team.
Last September ninety-two hopeful young iitterbugs descended upon Iaycee and were
caught up in a gay whirl of orientation programs, rush parties and registrations. After the
first smoke cleared away they settled down to at least some degree of sobriety and learned
that chess and bridge are favorite indoor sports, that the library is not the place for social
gatherings and that little escapes the vigilant eyes of the Fortnightly gossip writers.
Seriously, however, the freshman class which is the largest in the history of the school
has made a fine record. ln February forty-nine new faces were added to their ranks mak-
Third Row: McHie, Gregory, Cox, McCullough, Emrick, Baldwin, Pierce.
Second Row: Muehe, Eddy, Watkins, Edqett, Iohnson, Moore.
First Row: Iones, Rice, Ianney, Dring, Knight, Iuillard, Briggs,
ing a total of almost l5O new students. ludging from the results of the poll for football
queen, in which all nominees were freshmen, beauty must rank high among these co-eds.
That this class also has a generous sprinkling of geniuses is proven by the fact that 17
freshmen were admitted to Beta Phi Kappa last February. Two freshmen, Helen McCumber
and lune Lindholm, were elected to the offices of secretary and treasurer respectively.
A Outstanding among the journalistic minded students are Greta Ohman, Edward Mcl-lie,
and Robert Pierce who have earned responsible positions dn the Fortnightly staff. The po-
sition of business manager of the Oracle went to Charles Watkins. One of the most out-
standing members of the lune '40 Class is Earl Wesselius, pre-medical student so often
referred to as "Doctor." After only one semester at Iaycee, Earl was elected chairman of
the Student Council. He is also a member of the board of governors for the Men's Club.
lack Garness and Bill Deiters both served on this board.
Many freshmen have gained prominence in the various clubs. Last semester Marjorie
Lee and Robert Pierce held offices in the German Club While Helen McCumber was ap-
pointed secretary of the Chemistry Club. This semester Charles Watkins has been chosen
to head the Chemistry Club with Helen retaining her position as secretary. Priscilla Rice
was elected secretary of the Drama Club and the Pre-medical club selected Helen Mc-
Cumber as vice-president. Ruth I-lensel and Shirley Edmunds served as treasurer of the
Co-ed's Club and secretary of the W.A.A. respectively during the spring semester.
Athletic fame was Won by lack Garness, lack Klienz, and Clare Moore on the
laycee gridiron. lack Garness was elected Captain of the team for next fall. When the
basketball season came to town, fancy passing and accurate shooting Won positions for
Earl Wesselius, lack Garness, and lack Mallot on the quintet.
With such a successful freshman class, Morgan Park looks forward to a p9DIDY, out-
standing group of sophomores next year.
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Second How: Hill, Stiqqlernan, lones, Maury, Vander Meer, McCanna, Hamilton, Nicholas.
First How: Quanlick, Blomqren, Mansfield, Armour, Starz, Riddle, Griswold, Roebuck, Edmunds
Third Row: Bruininq, Iohnson, Lee, Welin, Nelson, Swanslrorn, Lenz.
Second Row: Mara, Trolander, Andersen, Reker, Leffler, Lebin, Wise.
Firs! Row: Stofler, Vcm Alsburq, Tebbens, Scott D., Wesselius, Shannon, Perkins.
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Second Row: Thomas D., Howat,
First Row: Scott, Riddle, Eddy,
Second Row: Riddle, Ehrler,
Heagstedt, l-louskeeper, For-
First Row: Sammons, Wesselius,
Fall OFFICERS Spring
lohn Riddle - - President Earl Wesselius
Dave Thomas - - Vice-President - - Charles Putz
Ruth Eddy - Secretary - - Ruth Eddy
At the beginning of every semester six of the more responsible students are elected
to serve on the Student Council, along with the presidents ot the Co-ed and Men's Clubs
and the editor of the Fortnightly. The main duty of this august body is to budget the total
activity tee. This money is allotted to the various activities, athletic teams, and publications
for their expenses during the year. Through the efforts of the Student Council, a motion
picture projector was purchased this year. This machine has been used tor recreational
as Well as educational purposes and was a highlight of the open-house program. This
spring the Council saw the need for more all-school events. With this in mind they made
plans for bi-monthly assemblies, with programs presented by the different clubs.
Second How: Griswold,
Bing, Watts, Rand.
First How: Natharius,
Scott B. I., Long, l-lensel,
Garness, Van I-lot, Armour,
I-leagstecil, Ehrler, Dei-
ters, Putz, Riddle, Mr.
Stevens, Leavitt, Zieg-
mont, Westcott, Hous-
keeper, Wesselius, Mills.
CC-EDS CLUB MEN'S CLUB
The co-eds swing right into line and are
certainly in the groove tot college litel.
This semester the girls have made the
Lounge comfortable as well as attractive
with additional furniture. Here "hep-cats"
and "studes" alike mingle in a homey at-
mosphere-here books, candy, and cards
iight tor top honors and occasional tables
-here light laughter vs. turrowed brow.
Open-house is the high-spot in recent doings
where a jive session furnished "wreck-
reactionf' Informal teas, club parties, and
just plain bridge round out co-ed hospitality.
This year marked a change in the admin-
istration ot the Men's Club, with the election
ot twelve men to form a board of governors.
These governors met twice a month, and in
their hands were the problems of the club
members, concerning activities, studies, and
sports. lntra-mural teams of baseball and
basketball were organized under their lead-
ership. Chess and ping-pong equipment,
and furniture for the lounge was purchased
by this board.
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Second Row: Bernhardt,
Quanticlc, D r y b u r g h, X
Putz, Lindholm, Howat,
Starz, Miller, Sammons,
First Row: Thornston, Dei-
ters, Maack, Watts, Miss 'Q
Abells, Wymer, West-
cott, Swisher, Hutchin-
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Second Row: Iohnson,
Keeler, Pereira, Watts,
Miller, Stone, Scanlan,
First ROW: Linclholm,
Howat, Pillsbury, Pierce,
Forsyth, Wyrner, Miss
Abe-lls, Swisher, Blome Q
Under the leadership of Miss Abells, the
Oracle realized a successful year. The pop-
ularity of "swing," this season suggested
the theme of the yearbook. Early in the
spring semester an intensive advertising
campaign was profitable enough to insure
a leather cover for the booky the first in the
history of the school. A contest was held
by the Oracle staff to determine the most
outstanding graduates, and resulted in the
"Hall of Fame."
Bringing the Fortnightly "make-up" up to
date, the staff "let the quips fall Where they
may" and streamlined it. "Putting baby
to sleep" every other Friday, the staff re-
organized the entire journalistic style from
the conservative to the but-definitely mod-
ern. The most carefully guarded bit of
"dope" has been Kampus Kopy. Scorned
by whomever it publicize-s, it's the first
column the gossip-conscious student body
During the summer the orientation com-
mittee assisted in planning the social events
for the orientation program. New students
were welcomed to the college by means of
a reception, an informal party, and teas.
They were also given student counselors.
Realizing that three days is insufficient for
new students to get into the swing of college
activities, the orientation committee contin-
ued as a social committee.
"I Won't Dance", was the problem that
faced the Social Committee, last fall. To
help solve it, the committee gave several
afternoon tea dances at Alumni Hall. Music
was furnished by phonograph records pur-
chased by them and refreshments of apples
and lolly pops were added attraction. Eve-
ning dances gave us riotous entertainment
by the students and music by Perry Kinzie's
Hutchinson, Ehrler, Riddle
Smead, Mills, Weitzen
feld, Hadley, Miss Abells
Back Row: Schulz, Dr
Cable, Sammons, Ander-
son R., Meyer, Kearney
Ohman, Beddoe, Smith
Nesmith, Hess, Muehe
Tables: Howat, Shannon
Lindholrn, Riddle, Quan-
tick, Tones, Victor, Dring
Maury, Klint, Griswold
Smead, Thomas, Nathar-
ius, Bing, Bernhardt,
Ziegmont, Iuillard, Blom-
gren, Scanlan, McCum-
ber, Edmunds, Pereira.
BETA PI-II KAPPA
Wilbur Klint - - - - President
Bruce Howat Y Vice-President
Wania Ionsson - - Secretary
David Thomas - Treasurer
Iames Maury - - - President
Helen McCumber - - Vice-President
Marilou Scanlon - A Secretary
Iune Lindholm ----- Treasurer
According to tradition all schools must
have an honorary organization to which
the more industrious students may aspire,
and so Iaycee has its Beta Phi Kappa.
Membership in this organization is limited
to students with a B average for the pre-
vious college work. The main activity of
these young geniuses this semester has been
the organization of a tutoring system where-
by Beta Phi Kappa members tutor students
desiring help in some course.
Van Hof, McCormack
I-lowat, Klint, Wentsel,
Stone E., Thomas F.,
Second Row: Lobaugh,
geveen, Fisher, Petersen,
First Row: Stresenreuter,
Maack, Dryburgh, Miss
Dent, Mr. Anderson,
,A ' Third Row: Meyer, Mac-
'X "m4., L ..W Mm .. is A
Kenzie, Watkins, Fritsch,
Anderson R., Malott,
Olson L., Paulsen, Hess,
Second Row: Raddatz,
Ernrick, Riddle, Kerney,
Ioens, Deiters, Stenstrom,
Leavitt, Musser, Zieg-
mont, McCullough, Cox.
i First How: Robinson,
lanes, Schumann, Gar-
ness, Putz, Blomgren,
t Tanis, Beddoe, Mills,
Third How: Pierce, Kiefer,
Smead, Long, Lee, Rog-
Wilbur Klint - - - - President
Harold Houskeeper - Vice-President
lda Mae Maack - - Secretary
Charles Kiefer - - Treasurer
Harold Houskeeper - President
- - Vi ce-Presid ent
- - - - Secretary
Theodore Heagstedt - - -
The Commerce Club might have "l've Got
Rhythm" as its theme song this year, for
with Mr. Anderson as its band leader, the
organization made great progress. The Club
sponsored several assemblies with speakers
who discussed subjects of economic inter-
est. Tours were taken through banks and
the clearing house, as well as through some
manufacturing plants. The Club published
the Alumni News in the spring, and spon-
sors an employment agency.
George Mills ---- - President
Don Leavitt A - Vice-President
Iohn Riddle - Secretary
Robert Paulsen - - Treasurer
Roland Blomgren - - A President
Charles Putz - - Vice-President
Wilbur Tanis '---- Secretary
lack G-arness ------ Treasurer
During the fall semester and spring se-
mester the Engineers' Club sponsored sev-
eral trips through factories that were of
great interest to the members. The Engi-
neers' Dance was held March 24 in the
gym and was one of the social events ot
the year. For the fourth year the club
sponsored Open House, which is one of the
biggest activities of the school. This event
gives the various clubs and classes an op-
portunity to put on an exhibition oi their
achievements for the year.
Third How: Wilson, Meyer,
Lavery, Iensen, Gris-
wold, Drinq, Loseif, Van
Chiera, Hadley, Bus-
kamp, Bruininq, Daly.
Second Row: I a n n e y,
Menaqh, Ohman, Bern-
hardt, Van Alsburq,
Knight, Booclciord, Tanis,
Thomas D., l-Iillis, Mans-
field, Keeler, Mclrlie,
Bossi, Lobaugh, Stone
First How: Logue, Starz,
Bagby, Reker, Eddy,
McClure, Mme. Starz,
Harter, Tebbens, Pills-
bury, Sammons, Mitchell.
Second How: Natharius,
Iohnson Phelps, Lenz,
Forsyth, Lee, Petersen.
First How: O u a ntick,
Harter, Herr Hammer,
Wymer, Maier, Hutchin-
FRENCH CLUB GERMAN CLUB
lane Chiera ---- - President
lames Cummings - Vice-President
Nancy Knight V - Secretary
Marcia Follcrod - Treasurer
Glenola McClure - President
Norman Armour - - Vice-President
Ruth Eddy - - Secretary
Ruth I-iarter ------ Treasurer
enthusiasts, under capable
leadership of Madame Starz, started the
year by sponsoring the Orientation Tea in
September and then trucked on out to Palos
Park a month later ior a "pique niquef'
Later in the semester the Cercle saw the
opera "Carmen" and the French movie
"Mayerlinq." Rumor hath it that the mem-
bers enjoyed their Valentine Party held in
the school library. The school year was
"dusted oft" with the annual banquet.
Mildred Maier Secretary
Marjorie Lee - Treasurer
William Wymer - President
Mildred Maier Vice-President
Albert Klein - Secretary
Ruth Harter Treasurer
To the tune ot "Ist das nicht ein Schnit-
zelbank?" the meetings ot the German Club
swung into action with Bill Wymer in the
roll of Der Fuhrer. Sona books purchased
by the club was their first accomplishment
last tall. Talks by Herr Hammer or slides
of Germany occupy the main part of the
programs after which the would-be linguists
Second Row: Wymer,
Phelps, Zellinger, lan'
ney, Lobaugh, Chiera,
Bon Durant, Stone E.,
Hillis, Asma, Royce M,,
First Row: Keeler, Harter,
Stone M. A., Blomquist,
Pillsbury, White, Maier,
Thomas F., Vander Meer,
Third Row: Buell, Schulz,
Arnold, Schumann, Tiku-
sis, lones, Beddoe, Olson
L., Malott, Muehe, Mr.
Second Row: Victor, Lind-
holm, Hess, Griswold,
Maack, Wyrner, McCum-
First Row: Blornquist,
Lornasney, W a tk in s,
- Q OFFICERS
Fail - ,
Margaret Griswold - - - - President
lack Reynolds A - Vice-President
Mildred Maier - Secretary-Treasurer
Margaret Griswold - - - President
Nick Vander Meer '--- Vice-President
Mildred Maier - - - Secretary-Treasurer
"lust a bunch of cut-ups" might aptly
describe the membership oi this organiza-
tion oi lay Cee who like to give vent to
their interest in Zoology. Founded only last
tall under the sponsorship of Mrs. Orr, the
club has enjoyed a number of worthwhile
meetings, "Mr, Ghost Went to Town" when
Mrs. Orr told the club of her Work in the
morgue. Subsequent meetings were equally
interestingg such as the lecture by Dr.
Woods on his early experiences as a doc-
tor and the movies showing methods of
fighting fires and the extermination of rats.
CHEMISTRY CLUB W
Donald Victor - - - - - President
Ida Mae Maack - Vice-President
Hayden Beddoe Secretary-Treasurer
Charles Watkins - V - President
Russell tones - - Vice-President
Helen McCumber - A - Secretary-Treasurer
"Deep Purple," fushia, and chartreuse pre-
cipitates are common occurrences when
Chemistry Club members begin to experi-
ment with the perplexities of filtrates and
fumes. These promising scientists have
made several trips during the past year,
visiting the Carnegie-Illinois Steel Company,
the Burnham Oil Refinery, and one of the
Filtration Plants. Open House offered these
young chemists the opportunity to strut
their stuff by conducting experiments in
the "lab" for the benefit of the visitors.
Third Row: Hess, Buell,
Putz, Dryburgh, Olson
L., Anderson hi., Wat-
,, Second Row: Tanis,
Thomas D., Mills, Maack,
Wymer, Kerney, Beddoe.
V First Row: Schumann,
Blomgren, lone-s, Mr.
Bergen, Ziegmont, Ricl-
Dave Thomas - - - - President
lame-s Maury V - Vice-President
Ida Mae Maacl: Secretary-Treasurer
Russell lones - - - President
Roland Blomgrerr - - Vice-President
Ray Ziegmont ---- Secretary-Treasurer
"Why doesn't somebody tell me these
things?-like one and one makes two"-.
This may not make a difficult math prob-
lem, but the members of the Math Club
did encounter some tough ones. These prob-
lems were solved at the meetings of the
club for "intellectual refreshment." Talks
by students were given on lives of great
mathematicians. Astronomy was the subject
of Mr. Bergen's lecture at one of the meet-
ings. Students in need oi assistance in
their math courses are tutored by fellow
Second Row: Swanstrom,
Muehe, Asma, Tebbens,
First Row: Wieber, Royce,
tor, McCurnber, Mrs. Orr,
Blomquist, Leavitt, Edg-
Scott D., Griswold, Vic-
Donald Victor ------ President
Helen McCumber - - Vice-President
Charles Muehe Secretary-Treasurer
Helen McCumber - - President
Donald Victor - A Vice-President
Margaret Griswold - - Secretary-Treasurer
"ls there a doctor in the house?"-To
make it easier to find them all, a Pre-
Medical Club was organized last fall. With
Mrs. Orr supervising Weekly meetings, the
club has devoted most of the year to first
aid lessons. The members plan to purchase
a first aid kit which will be for the benefit
of the entire school. Highlights of the club's
activities were the several trips taken. These
included tours through the Billings, Veter-
ans' and Cook County Hospitals.
Ehrler, Putz, Watts.
First Flow: Zellinger, Fox
Pedersen, Petersen, Bern
Second Row: Thomas F.
Ehrler, Thornston, Zieg
DRAMA CLUB CAMERA CLUB
William Wymer - - President MONOY1 WCX ' - - - ' Pfesideflf
Eunice Kopecky - Vice-.President Robert Pederson - - Vice-President
Kath,-yn Drybm-gh . . Secretary leannette Peterson - - Secretary-Treasurer
Marjorie Lee - - Treasurer Spring
SPTUIQ Morton Wax - - - President
ROb9I'l Ehrler - - - Pf9SfCl9l'1f Robert Pederson - - - Vice-President
VGTY1 Tl'10THSiO1'1 - ViC5"-pfesidenf Ieannette Peterson - - - Secretary-Treasurer
Priscilla Rice ------ Secretary H ' H H H '
Priscilla Rice ---.-. Treasurer Hold Tight They Say as the Cgndld
Activities of the Drama Club began with
the formation of the dramatic league. Simi-
lar drama organizations of several Iunior
Colleges met together to discuss their va-
rious problems. ln February, our club pre-
sented a one-act play, "Who Gets the Car
Tonight." Another dramatic performance
was given in the spring semester:-"Frank
and Ernaf' With student interest sufficiently
aroused by these two presentations, the club
hopes to give a three-act play next year.
camera addicts train their F45 on you and
record you permanently on Super Pan. lt's
just the "shutterbugs"' Way of carrying
'through their hobby of catching you with
your hair down. The Camera Club offers
its members a chance to develop their ar-
tistic bent at little expense. ln addition to
interesting meetings presenting lectures and
motion pictures on various aspects of pho-
tography, the club has conducted several
Third How: Thornston
Keeler, Dring, Dryburgh
Harter, Pereira, Chiera
Wilson, Hutchinson, Lo
Second Row: Scott D.,
Minster, Blomqren, Bed
doe, Watts, Scanlon.
First Row: Maury, Ianney
Riddle, Lindholrn, Zieq
mont, Rice, Weitzenteld,
Third Row: Malott, Keeler.
Watkins, Lt. Orr.
Second Row: Smith, Kui-
tert, Buell, Reker, Pierce.
First Row: Miller, Smyly.
Griswold. Bon Durant.
GLEE CLUB ORCHESTRA
Robert Berthelsen - - - President
Ralph Wieber Secretary-Treasurer
Marcia Folkrod - - Librarian
Robert Berthetsen - - - President
Ralph Wieber - Secretary-Treasurer
Marcia Folkrod ----- Librarian
Oh, is that high C? . . . But, l'm sure l'm
a tenor! . . . Can't we try swing? . . .
Sopranos are too loud . . . I can't hear the
others . . . Say, what part are you singing?
. . . Please, get together! So went the meet-
ing oi the Glee Club, held weekly in room
ll, under the direction ot Mrs. Kurz. The
Glee Club's big event during the past year
was at Christmas time. With the student
body, in the library, the Chorus sang Christ-
The orchestra Was organized last October
and rehearsed one evening a Week during
the fall semester under the direction of Lt.
Orr. Some of the members had had valua-
ble musical experience beiore entering Mor-
gan Park. Arthur Srnyly, Betty Stober, and
Charles Watkins are members ot the Bev-
erly Symphony Orchestra. Roy Buell has
Won musical distinction in both city and
state-Wide contests. It is very probable that
the musical interest of alumni and students
will produce an excellent orchestra at
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Second Row: Scott, Van Hof, Roebuck, Dieters, Bennett, Mills, Brethauer.
First Row: McClure, Rand, Kiefer, Maack, Houslceeper, Dryburgh, Stressenreuter,
Fall OFFICERS Spring
George Mills - President. - Harold Houskeeper
Ieanne Sammons - - Vice-President - Ida Mae Maack
Kathryn Dryburgh - Secretary - - Kathryn Dryburgh
Betty lane Scott Treasurer - Charles Kiefer
The Inter-Fraternity-Sorority Council is made up of delegates from the
sororities and fraternities, and its primary interest is to promote fraternal
friendships among these organizations.
The first function of this organization was to plan the dates for rushing
activities. This year rushing was changed to the second week of each
semester. An all-school mixer was sponsored by the Council with a floor
show given by members of the fraternities and sororities. The pledges fur-
nished the entertainment of their next dance on April 14, the proceeds of
which went to the school's educational fund. The Council Wound up the
year's activities with a dance at the Wedgewood Hotel on May l9.
President ------ Betty lane Scott
Vice-President ----- Iane Chiera
Recording Secretary - - Eleanor Brethauer
Corresponding Secretary - - - Ruth Eddy
Treasurer - - - - Margaret Griswold
Nu Beta Nu was founded in l927 and Delta
Chapter organized in 1933. The aim ot the
sorority is to promote friendship and to
enrich the personalities of its members.
The past year was made socially success-
ful by several events. The Christmas
Dance, held at the Furniture Mart was
given by all ot the chapters. Delta members
"swung it" at the Chicago Beach Hotel to
the music ot "that teller Heller" on April 28.
The annual Mother's Day luncheon and the
dinner dance in Iune finished up activities
for the year. Besides its Social activities,
Nu Beta Nu is interested in charitable Work.
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Third Row: Small, Mitchell, Menaqh
Daly, Baldwin, Iuillard, Lavery
Fisher, Hensel, Rice.
First Row: Ouantick, Griswold
Chiera, Scott, Brethauer, Eddy,
lack Reynolds - - - President
Harry Roebuck - Vice-President
Cl'19Sl9I VCIH Hot - - Secrelgry
Iohn Donovan - Treasurer
Chester Van Hof - - President
Harry Roebuck - Vice-President
Bill Deiters ------ Secretary
Dick Colvin ------ Treasurer
Although Phemtor celebrates its 50th anni-
versary this year, the Beta Chapter was or-
ganized February 27, 1934. Phemfor broth-
ers have been well represented in the
school activities in the past year, having
Harry Roebuck, a feature writer on the
Fortnightly as well as the vice-president of
the French Club, and lack Reynolds, vice-
president of the Zoology Club. The Beta
Chapter has also been well represented in
various sports of the school with lack Dona-
von as assistant football coach. Fred Lett-
ler, Chuck Van Hot, and Bill Deiters were
on the football team and Chuck Van Hot
was a valuable basketball player.
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Second How: Raddatz, McCanna,
First Row: Deiters, Roebuck, Van ff
Hot, Colvin. -
Second Row: Hutchinson, lohnson,
Hadley, Scanlon, Starz, Sammons,
Third Row: McCumber, Iohnson
Long, Thornston, Natharius.
Second Row: Logue, Fox, Lindholrn
Stressenreuter, Swisher, l-libbard.
First Row: McClure, Smead, Bing.
Rand, Burnett, Petersen.
The Phi Zetas swung into play by giving
PHI ZETA BETA PHI SIGMA
Mona Stressenreuter - - - President
Connie Rand - - - Vice-President
Betty Long - - - Secretary
Ellen Beddoe - - Treasurer
Pat Burnett Chaplain
Connie Rand - - President
June Bing - - Vice-President
Pat Burnett - - - Secretary
Diana Smead - - Treasurer
Jeannette Petersen - - - Chaplain
- Corresponding Secretary
Charles Stoffer - - - - Treasurer
Lyell Chandler - - President
Charles Kiefer - Vice-President
Iohn Riddle -
Segt. at Arms
Beta Phi Sigma is a national fraternity,
their annual Christmas dinner dance at the
Drake. The next iam session occurred in
Ianuary as a finale to finals. The scene
. . . the Southmoor. The traditional teas,
rush parties, and formal initiation at the
Sherry augmented the social whirl. As en-
thusiastically they plunged into preparations
for a card party last fall and came through
with flying colors land dollarsl . . . the
success's total went into the lane Long
Memorial Scholarship Fund.
and active on lay Cee campus. The Eta
Iota Chapter, organized in 1934, now has
an active membership of over thirty men.
Social activities of the chapter for this year
included participation in rushing activities,
the annual Beta Rose Ball, two closed
dances, and Halloween and New Year's
Eve parties. Beta sponsored baseball and
basketball teams. Forty weekly meetings
and support of all college functions con-
cluded their activities for the year.
Second Row: McCullough, Emrick,
Zellinger, Ziegmont, Armour, Van
First How: Westcott, Bennett, Kiefer,
Kathryn Dryburgh - - - - President
Ida Mae Maack - - Vi:efPres. and Sec'y
Marjorie Lee - - - Treasurer
Kathryn Dryburqh - - - - President
Ida Mae Maack - - - Vice-Pres. and Sec'y
Mariorie Lee ------ Treasurer
Delta Alpha is the only national sorority
in the school. The sorority started the swing
in September with their annual Convention
Banquet and Installation of Officers at the
Blackstone on September 23, and an annual
dance at lndian Hill Country Club the 24th
of September. Bushing concluded, they
pledged five girls. They held mock initia-
tion on December 3, followed by Formal
Initiation on Sunday, December 4, at the
Blackstone. During Christmas vacation they
had a Christmas party. In February, rush-
ing again, pledged tive more. The annual
Winter Frolic was held at the Del Prado
Hotel on February 4. Mock initiations were
held May 6, followed by Formal initiation
May 7, at the Blackstone.
MU OMEGA BETA
George Mills A
Harold Houskeeper - - Vice-President
Albert Klein -
Marshal Hill -
- - President
- - Secretary
- - Treasurer
Sgt. at Arms
Georqe Mills . - President
Harold Houskeeper F ViCe.P1-egidem
Albert Klein - - Secretary
Robert Paulsen . Tfegsuref
Marshal Hill ---- . Sql, gg Arms
In accordance with the aim oi Mu Omega
Beta to provide real leadership for M. P. I. C.,
members have always been active in college
organizations. In the past year, MOB men
have held the presidency of the lnter-Frater-
nity-Sorority Council Cboth semestersl, presi-
dency of the Commerce Club, Men's Club
and Engineers Club, with membership on
the Student Council and Men's Club Board
of Governors. MOBS have taken part in
football, baseball, rifle, ping pong and chess
activities. The fraternity sponsored an an-
nual dance at the Lincolnshire Country Club.
Second Row: Olson L., Wentsel,
McCormack, Hodson, Wieber.
First Row: Hill, Klein, Mills, Hous-
Second Row: Mansfield lenkms
First Row: Bossi, Maaclz, Dryburgh
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I: Ehrler, Kleinz, Blakeslee, Zellinger, Baird, Phelps, Thomas D., Heagsledt, Huber, Armour.
C: Caine, Klint, Garness, Howat, Zieqmont, Wesselius, Van Hof, Weitzenfeld, Leavitt, Putz,
Any athlete earning a major letter in a major sport, participating in at
least 507-i ot the games of the current season, and maintaining a satisfactory
scholastic standing may be a member ol the Lettermen's Club.
Major letters are awarded upon the recommendation ol Varsity Coach
Floyd Fleming in football, basketball, and this year, baseball.
The club guides and fosters the athletic activities ot the school.
Coach Fleming and
As director of Athletics at Morgan Park, "Capt" Fleming coaches all the athletic teams
of the school. His diligent and intensive training of our athletes resulted in good playing and
true sportsmanship at practice and games.
The task oi managing the teams, arranging the games, and taking charge of equipment
is one lacking in glory and simplicity. This year, it was efficiently handled by three men
who deserve credit: lack Caine, football: Bob Ehrler, basketball, and Iohn Meyer, baseball.
"You've Gotta be a Football Hero"-and Don Leavitt, captain of the '38 football team is
just that. Voted the best athlete, Don proved his qualification by splendid playing and
leadership on the gridiron,
The basketball team played a difficult season by entering two tournaments and one of
the hardest players was the captain, Ted Haegstedt. His consisent playing and loyalty mark-
ed him as a good team-mate as Well as a leader.
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1 . Afj'3f'fl Captain Leavitt and
, , ' A , Captain Haegstedt
ing, Ziegmont, Armour,
Thomas, Putz, Bailey,
Leavitt, Munson, Klienz.
First How: Garness, Van
Hot, Kaliher, Moore, Ride
dle, Deiters, Weitzenteld.
Coach Floyd Fleming's 1938 football charges gave a good account of themselves in
every game, and good hard playing and true sportsmanship highlighted throughout the
M. P. M. A., 7: M. P. I. C., 0. Outconditioned five weeks to two, our eleven neither
matched the Academy team's stamina nor its scoring punch.
Wright 14: M. P. I. C., 7. As close as the new conference titleholders came to a de-
feat all year.
-M. P. I. C., 7: Lisle 6. A final minute touchdown by De Haan and a dramatic extra
point conversion by Moore gave us our first conference victory.
Concordia 12: M. P. I. C., 6. A defeat but definitely not a disgrace as the Iay Cee
eleven played inspired football to give the powerful Concordia team a real battle.
North Park 7: M. P. I. C., 6. Another close contest in which a moth-eaten "s1eeper'
play netted the enemy 70 yards, a touchdown, and a game which we should have Won.
Morton 13: M. P. I. C., 12. Failure to hold a 12 to 6 fourth quarter advantage cost us a
chance to win a second conference victory. Spectacular 80 and 85 yard runs by Leavitt and
De Haan should have won the muddy battle, but Morton scored in the- closing minutes.
M. P. I. C., 14: A. C. P. E., 7. Touchdowns by Kleinz and Garness gave the Iaycee
eleven a margin which the visitor's rallies were unable to overcome. 1
Wilson 6: M. P. I. C., O. Still another close game which could have gone either Way
was this Thanksgiving Day finale to the 1938 football campaign.
Major football letters were awarded to Bailey, Blakeslee, De Haan, Garness, Kaliher,
Kleinz, Leavitt, Moore, Monson, Putz, Riddle, Van l-lof, Weitzenfeld, Ziegrnont, Zelaboski, and
Cain, the manager.
Second How: Coach Flem-
First How: Garness,
I-lowat, Van Hot.
Second Row: Heagstedt
Klint, Telobins, Wes
selius, lones, Malolt
The Iaycee maroon cagers played a hard season With the scores of most ot their games
very close. Injuries and illness riddled Coach Fleming's already small squad throughout
In addition to the Iunior College campaign, the maroon basketeers entered the Ridge
Park house league as a unit. Competition in this league, composed mainly ot commercial
teams, was very tough. The maroons Won five ot the contests in which they participated
in this tournament.
Morgan Park was eliminated from the championship bracket ot the annual Illinois Iunior
College Conference basketball tournament by Wright Iunior College.
Major basketball letters were awarded to Garness, Heagstedt, I-lowat, Huber, Klint, Tip-
ler, Van Hot, Wesselius, and Ehrler, the manager.
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Third How: Olson, Howai
Second Row: Meyer
This spring marked Morgan Park's entry into the Illinois Iunior College Conference loase-
ball league for the first time in the school's history.
Thirty men answered Coach Floyd Fleming's call tor baseball candidates and from these
men a squad of thirteen was kept. Thomas and Howat were named co-captains ofthe squad.
The starting lineup for the initial game, which the maroons lost 6 to 3 to the Morton
Iunior College nine, Was: Howat, LF: Ziegrnont, ZB: Garness, SS: Moore 1137 Thomas, CF:
Hale, Cy Tebbins, 3Bp Leiiler, RF: and Stiggleman, P. The maroons also lost their second
game, dropping cr 4 to 2 decision to Herzl with Perkins doing the pitching. Baird, Stander-
Wick, and Olson also saw action during the season.
The ten game schedule included contests with the Morton, Herzl, Wright, Wilson, North
Park, and Ioliet Iunior colleges.
First How: Hale, Thomas,
Ziegmoni, Welin, Leffler,
Second Row: Thornston,
Hadley, Dring, Watts
Sammons, Meyer, White
Wyiner, Buell, Starz
Swisher, Eddy, Hutch
First Row: Edmunds, Pauls
sen, Thompson, Malleris,
Sgt. G, l-l. Freer, Gris
Director: Mrs. Orr.
First Row: Scott D., Sam-
Second Row: Pillsbury,
Third How: Ehrler, Wy-
mer, l-Iillis, Van Vallcen-
burqh, Losefi, Vander
Robert Thompson - - - - President
Louis Malleris - - Vice-President
Margaret Griswold - - - Secretary
Bob Paulsen, Bob Musser - - Treasurers
Louis Molleris - - - President
Robert Thompson - - Vice-President
Margaret Griswold - - - Secretary
Bob Paulsen, Bob Musser - - - Treasurers
The initiative of Louis Malleris and Robert
Thompson brought about the formation of
the Rifle Club this year. With instruction by
Sergeant Freer of the academy the club met
every Thursday evening. The range in the
basement of Alumni Hall was used tor tir-
ing, and by the end ot the year several
marksmen had achieved quite high scoring.
The club had matches with teams from other
schools during the spring semester and also
joined the National Rifle Association.
Bob Ehrler ---- - President
William Hillis - Vice-President
Ida Mae Maock - - Secretary
Mrs. Orr - A Treasurer
Bob Ehrler - - President
William Hillis - Vice-President
lcla Mae Maack - - Secretary
Mrs. Orr ------ Treasurer
When the "Equestrians" organized in the
fall of l938 their theme song might have
been "Ride Tenderfoot Ride," as the majority
ot the members were beginners. Members
of the Equestrian Club have been instructed
not only in plain and trick riding but also
have learned the fundamentals in the care
of horses. The members took an important
part in the Annual Horse Show and Gymk-
hana. A one hundred mile Week-end trip
was a highlight of the year.
Dryburgh, Natharius, Gris
wold, Edmunds, Hutch
inson, Scanlon, Eddy
Frances Hutchinson - President
Ruth Eddy - - Vice-President
Margaret Griswold - Secretary
Ieanne Sammons - Treasurer
Marilou Scanlon - - President
Ieanne Sammons Vice-President
Shirley Edmunds - - Secretary
Kathryn Dryburgh - - - Treasurer
The Womans Athletic Association is all-
inclusive oi the co-eds ot the school. lts first
activity oi the year was the bowling team.
A basketball team was organized during the
winter, instructed by Coach Fleming. The
incoming co-eds were welcomed in February
at a luncheon given at a nearby tearoom,
and sponsored by the W.A.A. Warm spring
weather brought on archery and baseball
and the organizations biggest event,-the
annual all-school picnic, held at the Dunes
First Row: McCumber
Led by the enthusiasm ot Frances Hutchin-
son a girl's basketball team was organized
in the early part oi the season. A ball Was
purchased from the W.A.A. fund and the
girls were coached by Coach Fleming and
lack Tipler. A game between two oi the
sororities, Nu Beta Nu and Phi Zeta, proved
the highlight oi their activities.
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Frances Hutchinson CCJ
Second Row: Swisher
-H Third Row: Sammons, Ed
Phi Zeta ClUl
Diana Smead tC.l
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I5-l-7 VVest 95th Street Beverly 0702
ln The Bew'rly Theatre Building
VVE CALL AND DELIVER
All Dry Cleaning Services
Oriental and Domestic Rugs
Expertly Cleaned in Our Own
8533 So. State Street
.Iohn E. Skahen
8930 Looms STREET
Phone Beverly 57.12
Let us clean
your winter garments and
store them in our modern 'vault
Personal care to all
your dry cleaning needs
J. C. FACULTY
- ERN ST WERN ER Florist
I 265-l VVest lllth Street
CCOR. or WASHTENAWJ
Phone: Beverly 4290
Corsages - Wedding Decorations
L Floral Designs
Phone Ruzlvliffe 0011
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MORGAN PARK MILITARY ACADEMY
Morgan Park is a member in excellent standing in the North
Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Its grad-
uates are accepted at all Universities which admit students from
any preparatory school upon certificate.
The Academy is classed by the U. S. Wzir Department as an
"Essentially lVIilitary School." Ninety-live per cent of the cadets
participate voluntarily in the seasonal athletics. The band and
orchestra, the Academy News, the literary society, and social in-
terests and other students' activities are correspondingly well sup-
ported and enjoyed.
The Lower School for younger cadets is a separate department.
MORGAN PARK MILITARY ACADEMY
Box A, Morgan Park, Cmcfxno, ILL.
Phone Blue Island 30
Rememlner Everybody Likes
WESLEY A. SMITH '
. . I5lst Street and Harlem Avenue
0 ORLAND PARK
I L L I N O I S
2421 Grove Street BLUE ISLAND, ILL.
Patronize Our f11l'vz'rtise'rs
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STANDARD JUNIOR COLLEGE COURSES
A VARIED PROGRAM OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES
LOW TUITION -W5 EACH SEMESTER
coN1JUcf1'1fD HY THE TRUSTEES 011'
MORGAN PARK MILITARY ACADEMY
2153 VVest 111th Street
VVRITL OR TELEPHOINII FOR CATALOG
Pntronzze Our 11Il'Z'F7'il
Both Head Their Classes!
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PR1:11'ERR15D BY CONNOISSEURS
PRODUCTS OF CHICAGO
For Quality Cleaning
Beverly Ridge Cleaners 59 Dyers
1708 VV. 95th Street- 11102 Longwood Drive
One trial will convince you
Free storage on all winter garments
REPAIRING - REMODELING - RELINING
Pair-onize Our flzlvertisez c
or JUNE, 1939
We prophesy here in rhythm and
The joys ot the class of '39.
Cold and still the crystal lies,
And in it visions of people rise.
They crystal clears and we shall see
What lies in the hands of destiny.
EARL ARNOLD, the practical joker,
Will someday be a Wall Street Broker.
I-IAYDEN BEDDOE with a bachelor's
Won't understand relativity.
To work with books is ELAINE BERN-
In the library of Congress she'll win
IUNE BING, society's pride,
Will be a fortune hunter's bride.
On NBC, as the qirl of the hour,
We'll hear the voice of ELEANOR
BETTY BUCKLEY, it's our belief,
Will sooner or later qo on relief.
As a night club hostess, PAT BUBNETT
Will be a dainty qiqolette.
IANE CHIERA will a scholar be:
Someday she'll earn a Ph. D.
SECOND COBA, in a sediment,
Will find the ninety-fifth element.
GEORGE DECKER, a grave robber at
Will be an anthropologist.
KATI-IRYN DBYBUPLGI-I, an excellent
Will write a best-selling recipe book.
HARRY POBSYTH, with crimson hair,
Will build a rocket and qo up in the
ELLEN I-IADLEY will be a nurse
And wed a doctor for better or worse.
IContinued on page 531
HEY N ENS
1973 W. lllth Street
Come in and join our Ploxiery Club
Texaco Service Station
lllth and Longwood Drive
TIRES - BATTERIES
Cedarcrest 2826 CHICAGO, ILL.
Fruit and Vegetable
FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
GROCERIES AND IVIEATS
Phone Bez,-erly 7523-7524
1977 W. Illth Street
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IJIIXFOIIIZI' Our fld7,'erli.vrrs
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10-l-32 So. Nlichigan Avenue
94th and Ashland Avenue
CLEAN EST SPORT
FIT AND SERVICE
Beverly Boot Shop
1648 West 95th Street
SINIPLEX FLEXIES FOR
Fmltzzring Il rolnplrtr' lim' of
nationally kno-'wn foot fumrzr for the
THE FLORSHEIM SHOE
N. E. Cor. 95th and Charles Street
Befverl-1' S5711-857 I
New Corona Portables
High Grade Rebuilt
68292 So. l-lalstcd St.
WHERE TYPEWRITER REPAIRING
IS A PIzoFIzssIoNAL SERVICE
Pafronize Our I
OF JUNE, 1939
!Conlinued lrom page 511
We can little children see,
Bouncing upon RUTH I-IARTER'S knee.
MARSHALL HILL will iind a seat
As editor of a racing sheet.
HAROLD HOUSEKEEPER, we predict,
Will anything be but a benedict.
The world will be at BRUCE H'OWAT'S
When he sails as admiral of the fleet.
FRANCES HUTCHINSON, as a movie
Will find success on the silver screen.
WANIA IONSSON, with hair of gold,
Will listen to troubles oi young and
The G-man who will guard the mint,
Will be none other than WILBUR
EUNICE KOPECKY, the Eortnightly
Will edit a paper at a terrible loss.
IUNE KUITERT, so very well dressed,
Will be a cow girl and live in the west.
DONALD LEAVITT will rule supreme
As a dictator of the new regime.
BETTY LOBAUGH with dimpled cheek,
Will marry a handsome Arab shiek.
BETTY LONG with figure so sporty
Will be Miss America of 1940.
IDA MAE MAACK, as Vanity Fair,
Will be an idol everywhere.
MILDRED MAIER ot Kampus Kopy
In Winchell's column, will find her
GEORGE MILLS for ladies has a yeng
l-le'll ride to Reno and back again.
IContinued on page 552
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1751 VV. 95th Street
Phone Befverly 7211
J. B. Crow, R.Ph. H. I. Mark, R.Ph.
Genuine Athletic sweaters. We make
them to order for your school or organ-
ization. No extra charge for name
plates, stripes or sewing on letters.
6643 S. Halsted Street
Halsted at 115th Street
Pullnzan .,t 100
Cleaners and Tailors
LADIES' AND GENTS'
CLEANING, DYEING, REPAIRING
AND ALTERATIONS - NVE CLEAN RUGS
Phone Bezierly 1888
We Call and Deliver
9907 Walden Parkway
IJIIIFUHIZF Our J1lz'er1i.ve1s
New Erzszfnlmn Films
SUPER X, PLUS X, PANATOMIC X
CHEMICALS, CONTACT AND
Johnson Druq Co.
103 rd Stre
Samuel Wax Fish Co.
Phones Regent 3940 - 3941 - 3942
9240 Baltimore Avenue
Lnneheons - Dinners
104-59 So. Western Avenue
et and Hale Avenue
BEVERLY HAT BOX
HATS NIADE TO ORDER
7'6'Il'f1ll0lI6 Beverly 5016
17265 West 95th Street
Tel. Beverly 02.18
D E N N Y , S
9505 So. Wood Street
Patra ize Our flrlfuertzsers
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or JUNE, 1939
!Con!inued from page 531
WILLIAM MacKENZlE, a Scotchman so
Will be the answer to the treasury's
GLENOLA MCCLURE will bill and coo
With an English accented Hparlez-
AL MCINTOSH will go through life
With what is known as ct nagging wife.
RACHEL NATHARIUS, so petite,
Will dine at the Ritz with the very elite.
ROBERT PAULSON, in a life of ease,
Could tell the World he could do as he
LCOIIUIIUEG' on Page 611
A D E N
192-l-4-6 Nlonterey Avenue
Tlzan Downtown Prices
Morgan Park Exchange and
Safety Deposit Co.
RATES 33.50 PER YEAR AND UP
NIONEY ORDERS - CHECKS CASHED
lllO9 Longwood Drive
Phone Be11w'ly 1024
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High entrance requirements, thorough,
intensive Course of study, and person-
ality development through extra-Cun
ricular activities guarantee success.
Only f ur-year h'g'h school g aduate: enrolled
STEVE ART 6780
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79th and lelalsted Streets
Prztrouzzzf Our fldrferfhvers
ENTER ANY MONDAY
ay or ight School
. Offering Courses in Typewriting, Shorthand,
Bookkeeping, Accounting :incl Comptometry
CONVENIENT NEW LocA'i'ioN
6309 Yale Avenue Tel. VVentworth 0994
may lg U H DEPARTMENT
Zfnneral il-lump STORE
10234-36 Vincennes Avenue
of . . .
306 W. ll9tl'1 Street
Phone: 1825 West 103rd Street
PNHWZKIYZ C1'rl11rcresi 06II
Paironizz' Our Jzlzfzfrtis
of . .
9349 S. WESTERN AVENUE
Phone Beverly 7100
partington 5 Newhall wa kia Hat
Opposite the Depot - Dress
The Biggest ana' Best
Lunches in Tofwn
Tlze Best School Supplies
For the Least Dloney
Beverly 4238 - Beverly 423D
AT YOUR SERVICE
NOVELTIES AND HOSIIERY
Phone Beverly 2291
11043 Hale Avenue CHICAGO
A fr1'ena'ly place lo buy
MEATS - GROCERIES
dll IJIIUIIFN Beverly 6300
1759 West 95th Street
Patro zize Our flflwertlsef
Col and Rirs H. D. Abells NIL and Mrs H. VV. Nlaack
NL- and N15 17' J. Bemhmdt Dr. and Mrs. Ira G. IVIcCormack
NIL 'md NIR G F Drvburgh lflr. and NIrs Charles W. lIcCumber
NIL and Iwrs. A. D. Rice
Mr and INIrs. Justus B. Eddy
IVIr. and IVIrs W. H. Ruskamp
INI1' and Nlrs Lewis If. Hibbard ,
Airs. Frank Scott
IVIr. and Nlrs Edward Hutchinson Air. and Mrs Arthur L. Smyly
Alf and IVIYS- .I- H- .IOUCS Mr. and IX'Irs G. A. Thornston
IX-Ir. and IVIrs Frances Lee hir. and Mrs H. C. Watts
P1111 Snudt Son, Inc.
FISH AND CHICKEN DINNERS
Open The Year 'round
VVHITING 25 WHITING 1612
Pat:-onize Our fldvfertisers
218 So. Uiabash Ave.
"The 1939 Oracle"
CLASS PROPHECY or
KConIinued from Page 551
ENOLA PEREIRA will live overseas
And write a book titled Back with the
CLELAND PHELPS, the Republican
Will find politics beyond his scope.
CHARLES PUTZ, the prophets say,
Will find a career on the W.P.A.
CONNIE RAND, We understand,
Will be first lady of the land.
MARGUERITE RUSKAMP will sit and
While her husband fishes for perch
BARBARA RUSSELL will be seen
With an ermine coat and a limousine.
IEANNE SAMMONS, in the Senate will
And during sessions will purl and knit.
DIANA SMEAD who takes dictation,
Will work all year without a vacation.
ROGER SMITH will make a name,
Pitching for the Cubs in a big league
ARTHUR SMYLY will a leader be,
Who will save the world and democ-
MONA STRESSENREUTER, alas,
Will be a lady With a past!
WILBUR TANIS will lead a band,
And be a Hollywood ladies' man.
The THOMAS BROTHERS will go in-
And do a Corrigan with a plane.
VERYL THORNSTON, the Broadway
Will lead in fashions, whatever they
CHESTER VAN HOP, Pherntor's pres.,
Will be a bartender, so he says.
DONALD VICTOR, a doctor will be,
And study the forms of insanity.
IEAN WATTS, the Oracle girl,
Will tall in love with an English earl.
DICK WEITZENEELD will soon relax
At Alcatraz for income tax.
GLADYS WILSON will sling hash,
After another financial crash.
'WILLIAM WYMER, the Seaman sort,
Will have a girl in every port.
The crystal cloudsp the visions fade:
Too long We've waited and delayed.
The Oracle smiles, "It's time to part."
Farewell to all and to Morgan Park.
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