New Trier Township High School - Echoes Yearbook (Winnetka, IL)

 - Class of 1927

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H M ,by1,h9y5gge4ho1Q,:the highest regard, Frederxck E. Clerk.- iiiglwljsem 34-YN fr 'W '- ---fra g .,f1lP-su-4.-. . -UW fy g 3 .. , ' , Q -A A ' ' ' 55 ,W so 2" ' 'ff , f, A, f, E,.'ff'Tg" we 2 " fiii- v' 32 i 1"e.,' t ..'3:s.-fe - P-3, ' Y 0 "wa ' 77 ' M 'Q' 'L 1 nh .K V Ah - u'j,1,. A ' , Z" ef .1 X 1' s L ' . fl M , Q. fra' 4 , ' U7:. V' D dl 0 X ,. e matron, Q- - f 'K' ' "' 1 "':'n,' ,, 5 noLLlN his slmbnosw' """f' i . p -Y ' fr IS peculiarly fittinglfz as 6uf',seh'ff1:iie:f8ea: ' icated to our friend and principal, Frederick E. Clerk, who came jso New Trier when Qcielcame. 'f . , . ,. ., ,,,,A We feel asa though he were alrnoit our class, havxyg entered hdlseand for four years. R" ' i cv WV ' V 1 I- . . 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" . - ,if , ...iff 4. ,,..., J. rf. . 1 ' "'z4Ji"'f-295' :gf 4 . i- .5-1:15.35 ,,,. -, ms' , . , 1 -. f..,w..-- ww ff . .,,i1,..V U? . ,. . n--n'1YvvAx"- -f ' f, --v--rw S Ha, - . Af '- ,,. i .Aq 1gg,1.g1.i,Efi3..'3fg,l1g.-.i... li if LLQ, Qpgl f' ALBERT ABEGG - - - "limi" I'nivl-rsity ut' Kvntuvliy JUANITA ADAMS - - .Xclvlsvr Rlllrlll SXVllilllllll4.'f 22. fl: Anlvisol' liunm Ill ' lumh lluh . ll llunulull IgilSk1'illi L: "H - ' J': 15: .lunlur Ul'1'ill'Nfl'2l 2: S1-niul Nl-w 'l'rivr FRANCES ANDERSON "Franny" S04'l't'l" 2, Zi. 4: llziskvtimli l. 2: Vollvy llnll 11 Blush- Uluh l, 2, Il, 4. S4'l'l't'fill'V Zi. l'i'vsl1l+-nt 4: H. A. A. 2. Il, 4: tlrvlu-st1':1 1, 12. JS, 4: Glu- Club Zi: Music- XlL'llllIl'j' 2: 'l'. N. T. 4: l4irI's Vinh Il. 4: l+'i'le-nnlly 1'lblllllliiIl'1l Ili Social Cnluxlllitll-1' 4: l':l,LT- 1-:mt Ii: Soi-ilnlvrus 4: Sunil-nt Ummm-il. l: l"I'1'lli'il l'lulr -4: S0llhlIlll0l'1' :uni S1-niurAssq-nilvlius: Spring: F1-stlvzll Il, 4: f'lll'iSflllllS 1':u1l:lt:l 1. J. -I. 4: 0lN'l'il 1, Zi. - lH'4'il4'Sil'Il 4. - - Winnetka - - Wilmette 1 - - Wilmette owllmr '- i'llii'vl'slly of Iliinois OWEN ANDERSON - - - - Winnetka "0wIe" l.lglirwl-ig:l1t. lmskl-tinlll 4: Varsity 4: 'l'rl-Slain 4: lntralluurzll liuskvtlmll I: Advisor Ronin Ihlxlcvt- imll i: .xlIViNl'l' liooln liuskvtirlll " "' I'-llul 1 "' 1 -..n. u. ,-. Alivlxvl' nlllilll Sui'i'1'l' 2, l'l1iv4-rsity of Wlsl-unsin MILDRED ARNOLJ - - Svllll llljill SUIIQNIV ll 5111-041 A4li'iSl'I' llwmnl lla:--4-lulll 2: llmm-vmx 2: f'UlIlllll'l'- I' Il. 4: llalsvlmll Il: D+ - - - Wilmette vlzll Ululr Il, 4, Vwe--l're-slwlvllt 4 Sliiiu llulr I l':lm-nllt :l: S4-nior 1,I'l'll1'Sll'il 2. 4. Nurtlnws-stvrn RALPH ARNOLD - - - Illllllllll High 1. N-nn llig:l1I!.:!: 'l'umhlin,L:1,2: Blush' Vinh -l: Ulu-ss Uluix 4: Now 'I'l'ivl' Nvws Stull' 4: IN-Ixulingr l'lulu 4: lh-lmting: 'l'1':lllI 4: lim- lllilfll' Ulnh 4: lVl'llIll Major 4: VI1-v-l'r:-sim-nt Ulu-ss Uluh 4: "4'zlpl:liu Applv,Izu'li." "lGl'Htwiillv Husain," "l1'l'iNIllllll" 4: 'l'1'l-Ship 4. I'll1Il'l'ill1'1l RUTH ARNOLD - - - "Ruthie" Sm-uml lluvkvy 'IH-ann, 4: lhllnlmw llnslcvtlmll 1, 2: hvllvy llnll 1: ln-:nnntiv Uluh 4: "l':l1vt:1in All- pll-jm-ie" 4: li. A. A. 4: Assoluhly 2: l':lg:l-:int 25: U. A. .L lzlmln-villa-3 ldclnu-s Ailvvrlising Stull' 4. ln-ulsnn v-I - - - Wilmette - Wilmette - ',,.. 4-5,.,-g....,13g:"'T."z:.g,. ,.,.Z.......,. ... ,N X 1 -ff 213.-fffji' 99' A 5' 'ff ..,... Y, . -A - .,f - ,LV Seventeen , fi" 'Vi F r-1 f 5 K li fy I 1 WEBSTER BALL - - - - Winnetka "IV:-hlry" l"I'l'llf'il Ululs Sl, 4: Fha-ss -l: 'l'ri-Ship 2. Il, 42 Xi-ws Il. 4: Illilitnriul Stull' :mil llistrilnltinng Ilon- or Roll 1: Alt:-rnzltv 1'm1lu-ilnr 1: .Mlvism-1' Ronin llzlsolulll 1, 22, Il, 4: .xliViSl'l' Ronin lluskvtlmll 1. 2. Il. 4: Anlvlau-1' lhnoln Sm-vor 1. 2: .Mlvisi-r liumn 'l'4-nnis I ll':1pt:nlnl: .Mlvlwr limml Swimming 1. I'1'iu1'1-ton MARGERY BANNING - - - Wilmette "Marnie" l4'l'11lll'll Ululx 11. Il: Rzuliu lflulm 2: S4-rvim-v Ululr 4: Iflvlmvs Stzlfl' 4. Nlll'filXV4'Sl!'l'll LAWRENCE BARENBRUGGE - Winnetka "Harney" LEONARD BATES ----- Winnetka "Ln-fly" Sm-1-vr 1, tl, Il: lntrzlnmrznl lluski-tlr:1ll vllilllllli Fnutlmll l'h:nmps 4: Plums Uuuutry 12 Swimming: 1'll5IlllIlS 4. lliillIllS EDWARD R. BAUMANN - - - Winnetka "Ed" llraunntiv Vlull I. 2. Sl. 4. l'r1-sid:-Int 4: ".ktllllil'A nhlo l'l'iI'ill4lll..' "Polly With 'I Past," "t':npt:llu Applojzu-k." "A Night :lt Zlll Inn' 7 Iluyk Him- Cluln 35, -I, l'l'u-siuli-ut 4: l4'l'f'll4'll Vlulr 2, Il. 4: 'l'ri-Ship Il, 4: Vlaiss Snvlnl l'lIlllllllIN'1', S4-n. ur Assvmlrly. llfllltll' Sm-lc-ly 4: 'l'. N. 'l'. 3, 4: "Phi nos ul' Nur- m:m4ly" 41 S1-nlor Assn-xnlnly 41 .'xliYiSl'l' Heron: Athle-tlvs. l'l'lIll'Q'l0ll BETTY BEHRENS - - - Glencoe "Bulls" North Sllurv Uzltlloliw- High Sc-luml 12 Gt'l'lll:Fll lfluln il: Sll1'lIli l'lmi1'n1:lr1 4: Sn-rvia-v Ululu 2, Il: A l Liaison iHlll'4'l' 41 Sfllili-nt Ili-:llth R4'lll'l'Hl'IlilliiY4' Il, 41 Glu- Vlulv -li Sl'l'ilPil'l'llS l'llllr Il, 4: N1-ww liilifurizll Shlfl' Il, 4. j Nlll'tllU'i'Ntl'l'll ALBERT BELL ---- - Wilmette lllinnls K 1. "l""""i':3,"fif'M"'i' :,"7-if-51.,f'Lir' V - ,,,,, i l ia i EIIF.u:'au-'J Jildj-Ji...-, Nm 446, -A 3 A l Eighteen ' I11t1':nm11r:ll Ibis:-lmll. llnskvtlnxll. Sm-1-1-l'l.1I.?l.4. i HTFR-ervvf-vnvva--..vu yvvuuvvIYV'YV'TY Q V, X Q Vwwwm ly 1 . - :Il W ,W GEORGE G. BELTER ---- Winnetka A . 4 1 Advisor Rmuu S4w4-v1- 1: 'Frau-k null llusn-lmll 2. 1 " lll'IlllIIltit' Club Zi, 4: Stugv l'l'1-w 3. 4: ASNISHIIN Manmge-r 4: "A Night :lt nu Inu" 4: Svuiur As- soxulrly 4: Uluss l':1rty f'llllllllitt1'l' 1, 2: Uhristu ln-1-ol':ltillg f'0llllllill1'l' 33, 4. 1 Art Svlmol HIS w BARBARA BERRY - - - Glencoe "Barb" l'ln'lstnl:ls fwilllfilhl 1. IS, 4. Malmllsull CATHERINE BICKHAM - - Wilmetfe M "Blok" Y lluske-thull I. 2. R. 4, Pllllfilill 4: Som-vu' 2, 3, 4: 1 1 Ilxlxvlnlll ICI Vnllvy llalll 2: ll. A. A. 1. 2, Zi, 4. Sllvilll l'llIlll'lllilll 4: If'rv1u-h Uluh 2. 25. 4: Mallwll Gram 25, 4. I Blush' Uluh 24. 4, Sm-iul t'muluittn-o R, 4: Glu-0 Ululv 3 2, ti, 4, TI'1'IlNlll'1'l' 4: Girls' Pluh Chalrity Uillllllllt' ' 34 tm- :Ez f'IllllI'l'Il Uluh 4: l.itor:nry Stun' of IG:-lun-s 4: Q' 'l'. N. 'l'. 4: llullnl' Novi:-ty 41 Hlllltll' Roll 1. 2, 251 5 I':u,:s-nut Il: "l'hiun-s ui' Nurlu:1ndy" 3: Stull:-ut 1 Uouuvll 1: Slnlliiil' Assn-ulhly 4: Music' Fnstivul Il. 4: 1 W l'hIlll'lll2lIl 2. . l'hl'iSflllllS Uilllfiltll 1. 2. IK, 4: Svrvlr-v Club, Vic-ve E Uhio XVUNIOYIIII F Q FLORENCE BIESEMEIER - Wilmette 1 Umleviuled 5 , ELEANOR BIRD ---- - Wilmeite ,Q ' N0l'tllW0st4'l'Il v A ANNA BLOW ------- Winnetka "lin-ezy" Halsm-lull! 1. 13, tl, 4: lkuskvtlrull 1, II, 4: G. A. A. 1. 2, Zi. 4: tl. A, A. Assn-lulrly 1: Advisor Romu 1 liuskvtlmll 1. Il. Iiusvlmll 12. SXVillllIlill1,Z 1: Imun-4-ou 1, 2. Il. 4. l'uhli4-ity l'huir1uuu 22: I'mulue-rvinl l'IuIr 4: Sl'l'YlK'0 l'luh 2, 25: l':l1:s-:nut 3. I'llll0K'illl'4l ,I SYMON Bows ----- - wumene W 1 "Sim" 4 .funlor 'l'r:u-k 2: 'l'r:u'k Il. 4: llrauuutlr' Uluh 4: "l'uptuiu Holi' 'IW-:nu 2: lizuliu l'luh 2: l4'l'0lN'll Uluh 2: w vlsn-I' RUHIII lluse-hull 1. 2. IL, lluskvthzlll 1, 2. .L Applojzn-k" 4: I.ig:l1twvight lvlllltlillll 2: Aul- Fllllllllll 4. 'I'r:lr'k vlllllllliililw 12. 'Fvuuls 2, SlN'1'1'l' 1, 2: lutruuuurul lf2I!4kQ'flNlH 23: llvulth Rf-prvsm 1 tivo 4. Northwn-stvru 4 2 1 . I l 1 -I x 11 li .. ml- wl W4 .1 i 4 5 J5'v":'v'c'vWpuvr: nlnwf 1 ,.- ,,-,-.pnr-wr. -A X J " " ' ' ,-.,v.q-,.,y,af,., 1-W-q-rn--G -ig':g:'::g3"'.fiigQ-... :::'m'. . T - Ei? 1 I Nineteen .qv :X xl! 1 'V .,,.. My , V A 'm.,f " 1 MARGARET BOYNTON - - - Winnetka UVM.. SIIIIDSIYII 'l'1-rhnia-:ll lligrh. IiIl'lllIII:.fIlillll, AIIIIIIIIIIZI I: lf'1'4-nc-I1 Vlulu 11.21. 4: Ninrlli lirns 4: Ilmwr Illvll SZ. -I: IIIIFINIIIIIIN lilllltiitii 4. UIwl'IiIl DAVID BOYINGTON - - - Wilmette "Ilan-" Awlvisq-1' Ronin Ilzlslu-thalll 1. 2. Zi, I. l':lpl:lin l. VIIIIIIIIPS 2: Advism-r Ilumn Sum-1-1' 1, 2: Anlvisu-r Hunan l!:ls1-hull 1: .Mlvisvr Iimnn Imlmar 2, fl, I: 'I'r:u-lc 'l'v:1m 2. Sl: Ihmal I. 15, Zi. 4. 3. VIRGINIA BRADFORD - Hubbard Woods "Ginn:-y" Blush- Vinh 13, IL. I1 N1-rihle-rus II, L l'ra-siilvnt Ii: III'2lIIlilIIl' Vluln IZ, 41 "A 'l'lwus:un:l Ya-:urs .Xgnul "'I'hv Him:-it Stury"1 l'I:uya-rs -I1 "I:-4-Immlnlnl IW:-livin Vluh 2, 4: lflrlme-s Stun' I: Ulnsx S1'l'l'l'IiIl'y 4: Ulnss Sm-inl 1'ununit1m-4- 2: Hirlk Ulnh 4. l'r1-sl- 114-nt 4: 'I'. N. 'l'. 21. 4: tmum-il 2. it: S1-niur llr1-In-s- II'll 1. 2, Ji. 4: Junior 1II'l'Il4'SII'Il I: .hlvisvr Ilmun Sn-ww-t:nl'y Il, l'hnirnmn Sm-inl I'I'ojvf'I in .lunlnr I'l-nj:-vt -I: I':lg'v:mt .L Nm-t hw:-str-rn ADRIAN BROWER ----- Wilmette "Agni" Swimming: I. 2. II. I: lntrzunuraxl Swixnmim: 1. 2, 14.4, 5: 'I'ri Ship 31 I'in Jlllli Xl:n-Nlillnn l'mumII lvvs 5 XV0l'k zlllll Night Svluml CAROLINE BUCKHOLZ - - - Wilmette Ilus-km-y 23 H. A. A, 2, 25, 11 IPUIIIl'i'Illl l, 23 livr- Illilll l'luIv I. 151 li. A. A, Vmlvil l: Suplminmrv Asezolnlvly. l'IlI1-:upto Fine- Arts Svluml CLARA BELLE BUCK - - Kenilworth "Hunk" Sm-1-1-r 2. II. 4. Pnptznin 151 I!:1svIm:lIl21,2l,4: Ihxslcvt- lmll :Ind 'I'4':IIII 11, CL 4: Ulnss Assonihlivx 2. I3 li, A. A. Vmlvil. l"rin-nnlly 1'mn111ilIn-v 2: G. A. A. 'I'l'4'IISlll'1'l' I: Anlvisa-r limvnl IiRlNk1'fIlClIi IL 4: .Ml visor Hmm: llnsi-Imll Il. 4. Nm-w 'l'ri4-r WILLIAM BUDINGER ---- Wilmeite Imynln Al'II1Il'llly 1. 2: .hlvlsm-r llmnn Iizlsvhalll l'l1:unpiuns Il: liiilv Ululr 4: lp,.l,,m. 4-lm, 4: Anlvvrtisiug, Vi:-ture-s. Illlli IlINII'IIllIIilllI SIAITH, IG1-lim-s 4. lllillnis I I nf -' W ' L--f':g+ n' 1 ", , ,V I....,.,..-,M Mlwma V Twenty 1 I .lfni-uwvfvw v., ' fT'31f,-5 - --'- fw J-' 'E -' , -4 . 1 I 4" ' "4 U, ' . ' I , .2 DANIEL BULL ---- - WiImStte 'Hllmie-" S1-nn I, 2, 2:3 S1-ninr ANSPIIIIIIX. N0l'IIlXVl'SIl'l'll EDWARD SEYMOUR BURGE - Wilmette ..N,y,. S1ll'1'I'l' II: 'l'r:u'k Il, 4: Crum l'+vuntx'y All-dnl 4: Aclvisvr Ilnmn :und IIIII'JllllIll'IlI Athlutivs: Na-ws Stslfl' 2. Ji, 4. Iiditm' ZS. 4: lflvlnnvs. liclitol'-in-vhim-I' -I1 'I'ri Ship 1, 2, Zi, 4. l'IIiIII'lll2IllI "'l'x'lnl by Jury" 41 'l'. N. 'l', II: Iltblllll' Sm-in-ty -I1 Ilullul' Hull l. 2, Zi: llnrnvtt Iii:-ll I-Essay 2n:l l'rizv, 2. lst Prim- ti: lknrmftt Uivivx Essay lst l'rizv 4: N. 'I'. 0. 2, ZZ, -4, VII-0 I'l't'NI1Il'IlI 2. I'rm-sinln-nt II: St'I'IIiIl'I'llN II, 4, I'r1-sinh-nt 4: I"I'l'll1'Il Ulnh 2, Ji, 4. VI:-1--I'l'1-sinlvllt 41 Glvm' Uluh 4: Slrlbllollllrlv Assvlnhlyi IIIIIIII l. 22 l':u:1-nllt Ii: In-Iuntinp: 'IH-:lm 4: Rlnxlv Vinh 4: llrn- IIIIIIIU l'Inh: "Dust nt' tho lhuaulf' "l'nptnin Applv- j:u'li": Stnwlont l'onn4'il 2. Ii: Nzltiunnl l+'n1'4-llsic In-algrllv 4. Dslrtlnmxth ROBERT BURROWS ---- Winnetka "Hob" I"muIInlII I. 2. II. -I1 Ihlslu-IIr:lII 1. 2. 22, 'IZ IIIII1' Ulnh l, 2. Sl'4'l't'fiIl'X 22 'l'ri-Ship I. 2. Ii. 4, I'I'1'NI' II4-nt -I: Ulnss 'l'l'v:lsl11'vl' 1: Ulnss l'r1-siulq-nt 2: 'I'. N. 'I', JI, 4: "Rubin lInmI" 1: "Chinn-s nl' Nur' In:ln1ly" IS: "'l'l'inl hy Jury" 4. Dnrtxnnnth KATHERINE BURROUGHS - - Wilmette HK.. Advisor Ronnl Ihlslcvtlmll 1: Ilninlmw Ilnskvl- Ivnll 2: Ilmwkvy 4: G. A, A. 2. 34. 4: lllvv Club 34: ln':unnnllv Fluh 4: Nm-ws Allvm-rtisinp: StnI'l'. l'nIvvrsity of Him-lnnnml CAROLINE LOUISE BURNHAM Hubbard Woods "Kc-0 IV:-0" Itrmlwlwny High S1-lnml. Sa-nttlv 1: lluvlu-y 2: linsvlmll 2: Itnslu-lhnll 2: N1-ws StnlT 2, Ci. I: Iflvlnn-s .Xrt Iixlitor Ji, 4: Pug:-:ant 34: Rlnrmli Urns Ii: H. A. A, 2, SK. 4. 'I'r:lv0l Ahruaul IIIHI Art Study FLORENCE BURNHAM - Hubbard W00dS "Floss" III'llIllIXVIly Iligh S4-lnml, S:-ntilv 1: Vullvy llnll 1: IIol'kvy 1. 2, IIC Ihlskl-II1:lII 1. 2: 5lvl'l'1'I' II xX!IYINI'I' Rmnn Ilnskvllmll 2: I4'I'UIl4'Il l'Inln 2, IC: ll, A, A. 2, IK: Stnlnp Plnh 2: Athlvlir- QIIHIIVIIHIII ot' Frvsln- nmn Ulnss: Ilonur Sm-in-ly II: Stnnlq-nt l'unn1'iI 2: Ilvllfvl' Hull 2. 14: sl'I'YIl'l' l'lnh Ii: Junior and S1-niur I.il'u Snvingr. I'Il1I01'I4In'1I GRINNELL BURKE ----- Glencoe .Innior SWIIIIIIIIIUI 2. It: Souim' SWIIIIIIIIIHI 4: lllvlmvs Stuff -4: N1-ws Stnfl' 4: Ilzlnd I, 2. ZZ: Intr:llnnr:ll SXVIIIIIIIIIILZ 1. 2, Zi, 4: Advisor Ruoln Allllnlivs: 'Fri-Ship 4, .XlllIlI'l'sI 1rYx,.i .-,,, ., 5. , , 2.. 41' N 'U' -, ' . P! . I tII,,I,,,f.if...xL L J 1 . J.. .. I A ,rm , Tvvvnty-One . 1 I I u I I 1 v 1 I I 'KM v """"v-f"v-1-'11-'f , H: V, 'x"N,,...f-"' if if - , , , W I 4 4 'T la Vt,-j ali , f' -QgQQj'.."wL.LLL1i,1Q.' . -..k.ua...a.4...A...,......-M-.---..,N 4 11.51A Y, TIL, M' MM ,M Y TU I MARGARET CALLANEN - - - Wilmette 4-lreggiefl Nl:lllitow:ll-, Wim-. 1: llnskl-tllzlll 4: Vnlls-ylulll 1: Allvlsl-1' RIIUIII llalskl-tlnlll 1, 2: lmllll-1-ull l. 2. Il, 4: l l l'l'og:l':llll Uullllllittvl- 21. Vim--l'l'l-silll-llt Z.. I l'l-sillolll 4: Nvws 2, Il: Vlalss Sm-i:ll 4'ollllllilt4-l- 1: llzlrlli lil'ilS 45 l1hl'lStlllilN l'llllt:lt:l 4: I':lg:4-:lllt tl. Nillhllllll IiiIllll'I'LI2ll'f1'll JANE CALLOWAY --'-- Wilmette .l,li':g.su Ii. A. A. II, Il, 4: llzlillhow 'IN-:llll 2: Him- 1'Iuh 2, Il. 4. l'l'1-siull-llt 4: Girls' Vinh 'l'l'1'3lNlll'1'l' 41 I'0lll1'l'llll ltlllll 54, 4, Vic-l-Yl'l'l-sillvllt 4: IC:-llm-s Slzlfl' 4' 'Wllillll-s of Nul'm:llllly" 14: I':lg:s-:lnt Il: Uhrist- IIIIIS Czlntlltal 1, 2, Il. 4: s1'llllIl' Ass:-lllllly. MYRTLE CARLSON ----- Wilmette AiiViS1'l' Rlllllll Iizlskl-tllzlll IJ: l'lIlllllll'l'1'i2li vlllll 1 "3 S4-i'vil-v Ulllll 4: Ill-:lllh l'1lllIl1'll 31, 4: Illbllill' Iinll 1, 4. OSCAR CARLSON - - - Illzlho Sl VERNON CARLESTRAND - - I'llllt'l'ilIt'll - Wlnnetka :Ill- Winnetka "Ye'rniv" Advisor lllmlll Atllll-til-s 1, 2. Il, 4: Illtl':llllul':ll l1'1mtll:lll4: lIlfl'Illlllll'lllSWillllllillLI' l3S1l:lllislll'luhg Scniul' Assl-lllhly 4. CATHERINE CARNALL - - - Mil-lligzl ll Wilmette "Kittie" Bl:ll'ywoulI Ac-:lull-llly l, 2: AllViSl'I' Rlnllll llalskvt .,1,. .r. lnlll .L FUIIIIIIIIIIL .L 4. FR Nur! llwl-sh-l'll EDERICK CHANNER - - - Glencoe lgilllll l. 2, Il, 4: Illil'illlllIl'ill NXYllllIllilllI 1, 2, Il: Gln-v l'lllll 1: 1'ill'iNilllllN 1'IlIll1llil 1: Allvisvr Rlblllll Ihlskl-tllalll 1,153 Slillllll :lull Vnin Vlllll 4: Ildqlilllllil 1 .'- 's Stull' 4: l':l'llllI'S St:lrT 54, 43 Ilvllilllllil l'lllll 4 Nui ll llll 1l:lIlil2'l'l', 'I14'll:lIllUillllShlP Intr:llllur:ll Nm!- lllll 'l'v:1m 4. I'Y'ill1'l'fllIl ..1...L.L .. ...L ll 1 Ll Twenty-Two l 1 l , ,..,. -1,--,, If-W-nn'-rrrvnwf XM 5-VSV 'T"'1'A:,"'-" :f",F"1T'i'q'i It II "ffl ik- " f .utM,V...:.,... ,.u.g.u4..l...4........Lu..4:N,,,,,w.5-..,3,',-::.,:sae-f...4S----h -I-f H- A--':.,pwj,-m-.,,.t- HUNTER CHATWIN - - - Winnetka K4-ntllvky JACK W. CLARKE ----- Wilmette "l'lnrko" Ilnkm- Form-sl A4-:ulvlny 1: lllglltwm-i::ht Fuollmll 2: Intrallunrul llam-lnnll 2, Il. -4: lntrumurall liuskvt- lunll 2. Il, 4: l"l'n-llvll Ululv Sl: lli-Y 2. Il: 'l'rI-Ship -I: III'iIIllilII1' Uluh 4: "'l'ln- Ghost Story" -I: AIIITIII lirns il. Mit-lmlgun EMILY CLAGETT ----- Wilme "Bunny Lou" lluskvtlvslll I. 2: S0t'l'1'I' l. 2. Il, 4. l':lpt:lin 4' tie Ilalsvlnlll I. 2: Umm-von, Sm-iul t'lmirm:m 4: Nows llislrihutlun Stntl' 2: Class Ass1-IxlIvIy21I':lg:l':lllt.n, XIIIFXIEIIUI t'oll1-go LOUISE CLABAUGH - -I - Hubbard Woods "l,00zI9" SUl't't'l' 2: I'Il't'Ill'Il Uluh 2. Il. 4: IIFIIIIIIIIII' Pluh 2. tl, 4: "AlIIllIl'ilIlIt' III'I1'IlIUIlu IZ: "Ghost Story" 22 Class Sm-lnl Umunxlnlttvn- 2. It: llunnr Roll 1, 2. 4 I: llmmrnhll- M4-ntinn fur llmmr Sm-It-ty 4: Uh: mam Ulmrlty IIUIIIIIIIIIPC Girls' 1TlulrIl:Sm-I:1ll'1 mlttn-o 2: FIIIEIIICIIII UUIIIIIIIIIOI' 4: I'II1lIl'IIIiIll S Umnnulttm- IIl'ilIlIRlII1' Ulub 4: S1-nlor Asst-m Smith JOHN COGSWWELL ----- Winnetka ".lulmnle" lfuntlmll Il. 4: Advisor llumn Sports . L, 3, ItII'UIIt'Il Uluh 2, Cl, 4. 'l'rt-aux -4' 1 I ' . 2, 'l'rl'Shlp 4: IIPJIIIIIIIIQ' t'lulm Cl. 4: "Admiral l'rl4-Int-rn," "l'Irstwhilo Susz1n": Distribution M lilo :ln- :lgvr lllm-Inu-N 4: Class Gift IIOIIIIIIIIIIW' 4: 'I'. N. 'l' -I: llmmr Slwlt-ty 4: Stmlt-nt Uuullcll 1, 4: 111- I'lPI'Ill5III0ll In-sk 4. IIIIFIIIIOIIIII MARION COLBY ------ Wilme ite Swlnuniug I. 2: Ilaninlvuw lluslu-tIl:1ll 2: Cum- llll'l'1'IlII l'luln 4: Svrvivm- Ululr Il, 4. Illnmls-llwoud Coll:-gr SUSAN CONLEY - - - - Wilme "Suv" tte llm-In-y I. 2. I: Swimming: 4: Muslr- Ululv ., . . - . . I. rw f -. .L I. I., A. A. 1, J, 4. A Ilmusunfl X:--lr-4 ASH." "A4IIllII':lIbI1' 4'rirlltun": IIPZIIIIIIIIT' Uluh 29, 4' I Illlla- l'luIu L: Girls' Uluh. I+'l'l1-mlly l'onlmittm-0 1' Stmlt-nl Umlnwil 1. Il: Ilaunl 1. 2, 3, 4: S1-niur IIl'!'IIt'NII'iI 2, Il, -I: llauul I4IIll'ilI'IllII Il: IIIDIIIPUOII Ululr 4' Fix-lnl 'l'x-ip IIUIIIIIIIII04' 4' Y 'I' ll 4 A 4 SIIIIIIIUIIS Uullvge .QW ,..,, ....,.,.. .:.. .-m..:---.----Q "1'19- ,xv Tyr! f I ' v ',1.-- 48 I Q' I . , ' 1 " 1 . 1 1 4 " Twenty-Three 'H-.il .,.......,,,.....--.......fL 5 Q-.--. "'--'v'v'vrn-wry-n-y-rf-v-y,KX.W T -V V ' L 'if ,, - " - ' .f -. .n f.. , J -i 'I S ' 'v -'-wvvvvvvvuvvvvq-uv... rf , LMALQAQ LOREN CONVERSE ----- Winnetka 45100 Ulnlr 1, 2, IL. 4: "I'hinn-S of Nurin:nniy," "Rubin Ilona." "'I'ri:iI by .Inry": Spanish Vinh Zi: Studi-nt Unnnvil Ii: Ilunnr Sm-in-ty: Sm-ini Cmn- lnitte-0 I: Ns-wx Staff 4: lifillliiliil' Vinh 2. 11. 41 . "Ghost Story." "'i'h1- Trysting: llziw-." "l'Il'NtXVllill' Susan," "14'l'll0llIlllnZ Play:-rs 2i.4l1SfIl,1!0 Frvw 2. Zi. YIIIO CATHERINE COOK ---- - Wilmette l"I'1'll4'h l'lnIv 2, Ci, 4: Mnrili Gras Zi, 41 lim--nrar tion l'1ilIllliiffl'I' Ii: Social f'nlnlnitt0v 4: lilvv I'lnh -u . .,, 4. Mn sim- Ulnir, Assnwinti- 4: Em-inn-s Anlvvrtis- ' -V Qt-HT I: Ilonur Ruli Ci, 4: S1-ninr Assmnhly: ,..i. in Music 11's-rativail Ii: l'in'istinns l'nnt:1t:1 1. 2. 3, 4. THOMAS A. COPELAND, JR. - Evanston .urnnyn lialslu-tlmll 1. 2. Ji. 4: l+'uoth:ill 2. Ii. 4, Cllllillill 4: Ili-Y 1 " 'i x'il'1"l'l'Q'Nill1'Ilt 3: l'rvsiwli-nt uf .lnniur - - . ., Class: Class Sm-iul Cmnniittuv 1. 2: 'l'. N. 'l'. Zi. -4: llllillfll I ' - 4 Stud:-nt Iinrtinonth JOHN COUTRE ---- - Winnetka "Jrhnny" f'4llllIlH'l'l'iJll Ulnh 1: Stnmlvnt f'0lll1l'il 2: Altvr- nntu Uounvil Zi. ESTHER CRABB ------ Wilmeite lllilllllifil' Vinh 3, 4: l'i-upox-tins Unmmittmf Zi, 4: Fl'l'Il4'h Vinh 12, Ii. 4: N1-ws Stnfl' Ii: Evhnos Ur. grainizntlon Stzlti' 4. Nm'ti1wm-sts-rn BENJAMIN CRAWFORD - - - Wilmette utlenn Swimming: 2, 4: 'Fran-k 3, 4: Spanish Vinh 2, Zi, 'l'l'l'iiNlIl'1'I' Ii: Nc-ws 4: liviimws 4: Infnrnmtiun In-gk 4: Ilonoi' Sovivty 4: Aiivlsi-r Ronin Sovvor 1: A41- visor Ronin Iisisc-lniil Ii: Intrzlnlnrnl S!Villllllill'I 4. Yzllv ROBERT CRESSY - ---- Wilmette "non" Yah- Drnlilzitir' School ,.,,,"N 1, Vin-, , M V , ' ' V I ' ' ' L.A1..II.1.n.iu.AJ.J.1.u-..i,i Twenty-Four ,-M-,A ,.,. v V ,L F Y 1 i r f F i i if 1 i 4 1 1 f i i i e E i I I A I l J L ,k-1. W-, ...,.,.................-, . uf'-H '--- l-'-H v-wrvvrvvv .NH - ' -' v' '15 "2 wr-47 :.,.,- 41.1. , , -,..-,H,,,.--, ' fflvfi f'u,f'f l M, . Af.. . -.,,,..,..xj,, U ,., PHILIP CRESSY ---- - Wilmette --vnu" I's-utrnl Illgh Sl-lmul, St. l'a1uI, Minn.: Swim mlm: 'l'm-:lm 4: 1lllI'2lllllll'Zll lfuollmll 4. ljillllilill 4 N1ll'IllXVQ'Ntl'l'll MARGARET CROCKER - - Winnetka "Alarm-y" Furl S1-hurz 1. Ll: ll. A, A. 4: llalskvtlmll ll, 4. Sow-or 4: Svnlur Llfv Saving: 4: .xIlViNl'l' RINPIII Iluskvtlmll Il, 4: Anlvlsvr Rwnu llnsvlmll Il: l'zl1,:- vanut Il: Fluuuvlul l'1lIlllllltfL'0 liirls' Club 4. Sn-nlor Assvmhly: Allvvrtlsiug Stuff of N1-ws 4. l'lm-turn l'u1uu1lttn-o lim-luws 4: Aluslm- Club Il. Illlunls JOSEPH CRUMLISH ---- Wilmette "Gabby" 'Fruvk 2: llnskvtlmll Il: Rillm- 'l'a-:un 25. 4. Puptniu 4: lillh' l'luh 2. 3. 4, VIUK'-l'l'l'Sl1ll'llf 2, Il. Proxi- elvnt 4: lIllI'IllllllI'lll lluskotlmll I, 12, 4: lllfI'llllllll'Ill llnsm-lmll l. 2, Il. 4: lutrauuurnl Swimming 1, 2, 1 0. Il, 4: lutrzuuurul Sum-vu' l. L: lutruuluraul 'l'r:u-k llvulth t'ouuvilur Sl. GORDON CUMBERLAND - - - Wilmette Amlvlsvr llnmn liuskvtlmll 2: l7l'illllIlIll' Uluh C, Stage- Crm-w Il, 4: "A Night :xt :lu lun" 4: still :xml Culn l'luh 4: 1'illll0I'Il l'lulm 4: Art l'lulr 4 N1-ws Staff 4: IC:-lun-N Staff 4: luforlmntluu lh 4: Soplmumro Assembly: Sn-ulur Assumbly -1. l'Illl0l'4lll'll -sk GEORGE CUMMISKEY - Wilmette .-val., Advisor Room Sum-4-or 2: Aflvlsm-r lioum Hum-- lvull Il: ills-v Club l, 2.14. 4: "t'hlnn-s ui' Nnrlu:1111ly" 3: "'l'rl:ll hy Jury" 4: llvallth Unulu-llul' 4. llllnols VICTOR DAUBER - - - - Wilmette '-Ah.-" Iutruluurall SNYil1llllill1I Il: lutrzuuuml Bus:-lmll 1, tl: lntr:uuur:ll Bnskvtlmll 2. Il: l'nn1uu-1'4'l:1l Plulm 1, 2: lllllv Club 2: IN-lnnting 'l'1-:un 4: ln-- lnntlm: Fluh 4. l'l'0fIl'2llll l'l1:ll1'lu:lu 4: Suphonmrm- Assn-ulbly. Wise-mlsl n SYDNEY H. DAVIES ---- Wilme "Syd" Coluluorclul 1: Murlll Gras 4: N1-ws Stuff 4. Wiscuuslu 1' tte E- -n 'wks : gg Twenty-Five .QM L A-A-.f.. .4 li il : i 5 4 l 1 l ! I 4 4 4 l J 4 . l l f 5 . . I 1 s x Q, 1 I l . 4, 4 4 i A :, l 5 5 l 4 ,,.. W 4,0-- - 1.,., i Y- L ,W ,R ,wr . - , . . , 'Q lx 1 1 ., , 1..a.....4.L-.-4.--. -----f--vf-3-,,,ls-4-i-.,,,iV- ,..-.. -- .maj -...J1,,,- -..-.-.....a...m.444u.,..,-,a,-..4-.A.....-..... uns.. lfoinlue-rvlul Club 1. I'lnIm'iiIm:4l "Sq-hmnltz" 'l'uauu -Ig llvulth l'ounollor -I. LUCILLE DEAN - - Glencoe EMMONS DeBERARD - Wilmettc Ibrniuutlv Uluh 2, il. 4: "Tho l'opp1-rlu-ull," "An- ulrovle-s unil the- Lion." "l'lrstwhIlv Susan," "A 'I'hous:iu1l Yours Ago," l':iy,:s-:Intl Honor Roll l, 23 Spanish f'luh 13, Il: Iilrnl Uluh Il: Rmllo Flulv ll: Ilout ifluh 29: Alta-rnutv l'ouuf-ilor -I: Illflirlllilfiilll lu-sk 4: Tru:-k Il: Advisor Room Sports, Sovccr 1, 2, Buskcihull 1, 2. II, -I. Ilusohull 1. 2, li, AI, SNVIIIIIIIIIIII 2, 'l'r:u-k 2. Illinois DIXIE DOUGLAS - Winnetka "live--IDM-" Iivunstou 1. II: l'us:ulvn:i 2: lilllm- Cluh Il. -I, Nutiounl l':u'k Sonlinury REX R. EASTMAN - - Winnetka 1,1-wlstuwu. Moutuusl l. 2: Cross Uounlrv Run Il. Virginia Military Institution JEAN A. EDDINGTON Wilmette ".lru'k" Music- Cluh 1, 2, ZS: IC:-lloos 11, JI, bl. Armour 'I'i-oh WILLIAM EDMONDS Wilmette "Bill" Nortlm'4-stvrlx GEORGE ENGEL - Wilmette "glut" Ilnilovifli-II I - 1 Ik, . ,- K I ....aJ..A..,f. 1 I 1 4 Twenty-Six rv- -.-r--....,..,-., rfrwvvwv-n-vv-rw - gyvY4?"'?"g"'. . 4,"1'-T-g-:"Tf+,.- .......,.-y- - " ' : 'Y ' . ' I 5" '- .' I W ' I - EL 4 A , ,- 5 I ci I s . .,..,.. ...,,. .-..-. ....u...L...l.....u.x4ms,JW, y,g,,,,,',.-,,,, ,,.,..1..4:. .- if Quinn fha-, ij ' ESTELLE ENGLEHARDT Wilmeltte Alanywuml 1: lim-ku-y il, 4: HilllllillX1' liuskvtlxull 2: G. A, A. 2, Zi. 4: lfrvm-li Club 2, Il, -I: Clmirlualu Alan-ull Grams In-4-m':itix1g: Cuuunitlm- 4: Ilrzuuutim' Club II. 4: I'rup1-rlivs Cmuluittvn- Cl: S1'l'VlI'1' Club II, 4: VII-I--l'z'z'sinl1-In Il: Svllllll' Assvulbly 4: Honor Snvll-ly 4: N1-ws Stull' Il: l':1'll0IlN Sizlfl' 43 Nvws lllNll'llllIll'l' 4: Ch:1i1'lu:lu Sm-lmlnstlv Couuulttvv- .luulor Girls' l'rujm-vt II. LILLIAN ERICKSON Hubbard Woods "Bill" Sll2ll'lil lllprh Svlmbl, Spartan. Wls. 1. 2: Cum! lm-l'm'l:il Club 4. XYlsn-ullslu CHARLOTTE ERWIN - Kenilworth -1'l-ar" SllI'I'l'l' 1. 4: lhlskn-tlulll 4: G. A. A.: Junior Music' Club 4: l'r1-slilm-ut 4: N1-ws Aslvm-rtlslug: Stun' 2, lllwlltnwlanl Dil-on-tor JI, 4: Girls' Club Flllilllf 1-lul l'Illlllllllt1'l' l: llounr Sm-ln-ty 4: Cuuuvll 2: Alto-rllnto 1: lhuul 1. 2, II, 4: llrvlwstrn Il. 4: Asso- viutm- Svulnr Aluslv Club 2. II, 4: lll'2llllllIlC Club, pi-ol1uIluu:ll'y 1. 2. uvtlva- II. 4: "SIPl4'lllll l'l'lIlI'," 1. "A1ulrm'l4-s uuwl tlu- Llouf' 2. "A4llui1'ubl0 Crich- 1uu," ZS, Hlllrslwlilln- Susan." 4: Spanish Club 2, Ji: Sluunp Club JI, 4, V11-s--1'rvsl4Ia-m 4: 14101104-s Dis- tribution Stuff 4: Urirallllzutlous l'11liLor 4. Vussur FRANCES ETZBACH - - Winnetka "l"rannle-" Nwllllllllllii 1. 2. JI. 4: l"l'I'llI'll Club 2. II. 4. lxosl- nlvut -I: Wrnugrlu-r Club 4, Sl'l'l'1'llll'A' -I: Uillllflfil Club 4. Sl'l'l'l'llll'y 4: 1101114-4-1111 I. 2, II. 4. L'llIlll'lllilll Sm-inl Cuuuuiltvi- 2. Clmlrulauu l'l'01II'Illll Couuult- tun- II: 1111-lim-s Typing: Stzutl' 4: Chulruluu Ilvnith Coulllllltvv .luuiur Girls' l'l'1ljl'1'lI lllilliil' Sm-iq-ty 4: Chrlstulzls Cnutantn 1, 2, 71, 4: Glu- Club 4: G. A. A. l, 2. II, 4: Advlsvr Ronin SX1'lllllllllll.f 2, Il, I' l+'1'i1-lullv Uilllllllllivl' Girls' Club -I. .. llllll0lS VIRGINIA EVERS - - - Wilmette "51llll'l'k" llm-ke-y 1. 2, 21, 4: Iluskvtlmll, lst 'l'4-:un 1, Il, 2u1l 'I'1-:lm 2: G. A, A. 1. 2. FL fl: l"l't'lll'l1 Club 2, JI. AI: G, A. A. Vmlvll 1: Svulur ANSI'llllPly 4: Ni-ws lllstrlbutluu Stull' 4: Class Social Cuuuuit- Ivo Il. Nnrtlnveste-111 PRESTON FARLEY - - Kenilworth "Pep" lfuollmll 2, 4: lli-Y 1, 2. JI. -I: l1'1'1-lwll Club 2. JI, 4: Nm-ws Stnfl' Il: lflvlum-s Ailwrllsingr Mzumprvl' 4: l'Im-lurv Counuittm-0 4: lluuor Such-ty 4: 'l'. N. T. -I. Nnrtlnvvstoru MARY FARMER ---- Wilrnette Vullvy Hull 1: S1VllllllllllLT 1: lluslwtlmll 2: Surv- Ivv Club 2. II: lmuu-4-on Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Sox-lul Cmumlltvv 1. vlI'i"l'l'I'SlIll'lll 2. Sw-rclzlry und Tl'1'ilNlll'0l' 41 Ulrllllvll 1. Wlsc-unsiu Twenty-Seven 7 fx? 1 4 I 5 Qw- Zl: Gr-rnlun lflnh II. 4, I're-slfla-nr I: N1-ws STANTON FETCHER - - Winnetka "Stan" Music- Uluh 3. I: 'Fl'l'llNIII'4'l' I: I"l'1-livli 1'luh 3, 'I llzlrvurul EDGAR LOWELL FIELDING Wilmctte "Ed" Iluvnl High Svlmul, .Im-ksunvlllf-. I4'lurial:l3 ln Il mmrnl Rusk:-tlm:1II I: Advisor Ronin Imskvtlnlll I. 2: Ili-Y 1. 2. II. 'l'ri-Ship -4: Stlulr-nt l'uunviI 2. Anlvlsvr Hamm Swlmniimr 2. Nnl'tIiwvst4'rn DAVID FITZGERALD - - - Winnetka "Navel" Luyulai A1-:ulf-lny I, 2, Ji. lll1'IlII.!'2IIl HOMER FLENTYE - - - Wilmette liulul 1, 12, 22, -I: Junior Urvlwstrn I: Svnlnr Ur 1'II4!SfI'Il LI, JI, 4: Imm-o Ure-In-strzi ' ' 4 L. .L - 3 Assist- ' ' ' ' : L. J, 1 Se-nlur Assc-mhly 4 Music Clulx fl, 4: Tri-hhlp 1 ' I 4 Ululx 2, 3. ' . L, 2, - 1 Uhvss MILBURN FORTH ---- Glencoe "Mill" Iran-li 23, JI, 4: IlIfl'1lIlllll'JlI Ifsmtluzlll -I: Uross 1 ountry Hun II: Slaunp Fluh 2, II. 4: Frm-in-In Ululr ' 4: iivlim-s Stuff 4: IIUIIOI' Sm-is-ty 4. A Ill irlvll DAVID FRANKEL - Hubbard Woods "lhn'1-" NVl1ita- B4-:lr Illgh S4-hnul, XVIIIU' llour I.:lk1'. . in. 1. 2: Swimming JI. I: Intrmnnrul Ilnsl-lmll Iivlitorinl Staff 3: Stump Club ti. 4: N, T, U, JI: Ilolmting Ululv I lim 2: : ll JI. 4: .Iuniur fll'1'IIl'Sfl'2l JI: S1-nlur Ul'1'lN'NlI':l JI, -4. NOI'fIIWV1'StI'l'll ELIZABETH FREUND - Wilmette xxnpnsuu - ."i:ml. l'Ilir':u:o 1, 2: Se-rx'lr-v l'lnlr 4' Sl'l'I'1'I2Il'y 4: G4-uluygy l'Iuh 4: II:-allth Vuunvil JI: II 1 lll glvrs 42 Ulm- Vinh 4: f'Ill'ISfllI2lN V: : : lllllll I 4 Uuum-il 4 U Illinois Pr , -H-,.,,,, -,. , Y. it z - , ' -i'.-fg,1'mfiflKxl,'gf Twenty-Eight ' 3 ,. " 4 .,.-9. ..,ltw,1ww"'-ma-I.x..- ,a.a5c..,.daea-ufl- .Eg A L LAL-.A - - .- 1 2 W. f ' -A ' ' i .l-1 -rv il RUTH FINDLAY ------ Evanston Volls-y linll 1: liaiinimw liuxlultlmil 2: Fi-1-m-li Uluh 2: Hiristmais t':int:it:i I, 2. 4: Styli- Slum' 1. i'l'lm-ipizl THOMAS HUNTER FULLERTON Wilmette "'l'um" Ulm- Vinh 1. 2, 4: Inlrninnirail Ilaskviinill 2: In- tl':iuiul':il Swlxnniing: li. l'llili'I'illl'il LESTER GALITZ - - - Wilmette "La-ra" I4'imtln:ill 4: .Mlvisvr Kibllill :ind lntrznnurnl , Sports I, L., Ji, 4: lli Y. 'l'i'i-Ship: I-lvliuvs Stalli' 45 Ni-ws Stull' 4. lirallllvy MILDRED GIBBS - - - - Wiimette "Midge" ifllmwumi lilgli Ss-huol 1: Suplnniilun- Assvlnlrly. I'llll1'1'llll'll WALTER THOMAS GILLET - Kenilworth "Tom" Nurthwi-:ti-rn Rlilitziry annul Nnvanl Avziilvliiy 4: 'l'ri Ship 5: Illflll'liI2IIiUll lu-sk Tu: lntx':u1inr:il Hus- kvtlnlll I. 2: .Mli'ism' HUOIII Sow-4-1' 2: AiiViHl'l' Hmmm linsvluill 2, Zi: liainil 1, 2, Ii, 1'lit'l'l' 1,1-mlm-I' l. 2. Ii: Acivlsi-1' limnn lingiu-tlulll 5: Si-niur Asl svnihly 5. Mivliigml LISBETH GOSS - - - - Wilmette "l!llfI'y" Sm-1-or 4: Nm-ws llislrilruliuli Sialfl' Zi. 4: lflilitu- rlul Stuli' Ii, 43 liusim-xx Stuff' Ii, 41 I-In-lim-s Stalfi' 4: Sopiminnri- Asse-inhly, Sn-nior Assn-luhly: lhuim-will Vinh 1. 4: Spanish Club 2: Uuiiillu-i'1'i:il i'lulr 4: lh-pri-svnt:itivv tu Girls' l'illli'l'l'l'lli'k' I, 4. l'Ilnlw'i1luil MYRTA GOULD - - - - Glenview "Ma-rbi" lNIllll'4'Ull 1, 2: iilw- l'lnb ti. l: '1'hinn-s ui' Nur mun.Iy" Ii: .luniur Musim- Vinh 4: llunur Roll I. I'mh-1'imlvxI W5 . T ,Q , . N , ' . i 'u' -3: 1" ' -i V1 4.-r--nf 3.2.57 .i ' '- 'i'we-ntv-Ni nv I In... I 'ufv-4 ,, I x ' .0 . .f- rr...f..1'w.:II1-1'....I H . . Ig-. 'TY C 325 JI . . .. - I -3 ........,, 1,Iff?L..gLI....L I , - . Y N . I I T I 'I I I I 1 I ,, MILDRED GRANT - - - - Wilmette "Mil" I Glw- Ulllll 1, 2, tl, 4: "Rubin llmI4l" I: f'lll'lNllllIlS I , l':IIIt:It:1 l, 2, Il, 4: Nlusie- Ulllll 2: lNlIllt'l'1lIl l, 2. 4: I S!'l'Vll'l' f'llllI 2, 3. . Naltlulml lflllllt'l':.2'2ll'I4'll JOHN GREENHALGH - - Wilmette , - "Ja1'k" I I Sovvvl' Il: Illfl':llIllll':ll llzlsa-lmll, llnskn-tII:IlI. 1 ' Fuotlnlll. I llllnols I 3 THOMAS GRISAMORE ---- Wilmette I SXVIHIIIIIIILI 1, 2, II. 4: IRIIIIII 2: Stull:-nt CIIIIIII-ll l. ' W Ivll4ll'ffl1l0ll ,I RUTH HAMBURGER - - - Winnetka I "Curly" llm-lwy l, 2, Il, 4: llnsln-tballl l, 2, Il, 4: llzlsn-b:Ill 1, 2, Il: 'l't'lllllS 1: "'l'lII- Ubi l'1-nlumly l'I-w" l: V I Girls' Club FIIIIIII1-l:Il l'4llllllliftl'1' 1. Sm-l:Il Conn- I ' lllitffiil 2, l'h:I1-ity f'Ulllllliffl'1' 4: Sm-rilnlvrns Il. 4: I QI Gln-Iv Club 2, IS, 4: "f'hlllll'S of NIll'lllIlIl4ly" II: Glm- 1, Club GlI:IlI'III:III ol' lh-t'I'+-slIIIIe-:It 4'mIIIIIltl1-v 4: I I S1-rvlvo Ulnb l: l+'I'4-III-lI Ulllll 2, 25, 4: Mnrsll Grns ' I ' 4: NI-ws Stuff 2: ICI-lnm-s Stull' 4: Flaws Uulur Umm- N Inlttve- l, Sm-i:Il l1llllllllift1'0 l. 2. Gift CuIIIIIIitt4-v 4: I 5 'I'. N. 'l', 25, 4: Iltllltll' Sami:-ty 4: G. A. A. 1, 2. Il, 4: ' I Ulll'lSflllIl!-l I':IIIt:It:I 1. 2. Il, 4. V l'llIlvm'i4l1-'ll j I I LOIS HAMMETT ----- WILMETTE ' I 1'lIlllir'ntlIv lligrh Svlmol l: Musiz' Club 2. Il: ' j JIIIIIIII' U1'c'lIost1':l 2. Il: Svlmnl Jazz Urvlu-stI':I 24, -4: I I ' Music- Mvlllury Tl'illll 2: K'lII'lstIII:Is K':IIIt:It:I 43 II' Svnior Assembly 4. ' NUl'HlXVOSfl'I'll CHARLOTTE HANSEN - - Wilmette I "Char" I Sm-MII' 4: RzIiIIbuw linskvtballl 2: f'UllllIlt'l'l'IilI I l'lIIlI l, 2. 4: ITUIIIPUIDII 1. 2. fl, 4: SI-rvlc-e Club 4: i 'R G. A. A. Il, 4: G. A. A. Vmlvll 1: Sfllllllllllllflf if I Ass:-Inbly. ' ' Cllir-ago Nurnml Svlmol I j I Q VIRGINIA HARFST ------ Ravinia Igy lIIIIII:u-IIl:ItII lllgrln SI-lmul 1: llnvkoy 2: l'lII'ist- I lllZlS 1':I1It:It:I. 1 St. M:II'y's ul' tho NVmIIls - I TI I , 1 I I I I I I I . I 1 l I .. ,, I ,fn . ,, , . I I 9 2411+- f . f A ' 2JTT"W""" 1"''iiif'.":"'T'i'm'f:'fi?. 3 "A-H ' ' A " ' "MV '- ' " 'V ' -1-L-1---I------a-" -L-A--A:-aJ.4..1,-+....,:,,u, Thirty K I II I I 1 f"111'f'11f 1 X " 1 'A' T1 GENEVIEVE HARRMAN Wllmette "Shrimp" 11. A. A. 13: 1!:1sk1-1111111 :ig A N 111411 li:11111111w 2: V11l11-y 1l:11l 1: 11111111-N Mosvl' MAGDALENE HAUCK Glencoe MSIE.. 1B:1s1-11:11I 2: Y11l11-y 111111 2: 111x111 N 11 21. 4: 1111111111-1111 2, 21, 4: 11. A. 1 ' 5 4 11 11111 1-1:11 1'l1111 21. 4: N. '1'. 1111111111111 4 11 11141111111 1'111111111tt111- 111' 1':11:11:111t tt. , . . 11111-np.-:11 B11l'lll1ll 111111 1 LOLITA HEDGER - - - "LHB" Svllll 12 1'1V:lI1sI11ll 21 1l1'11l11 JOSEPHINE HEFFNER "Jo" 11111-k1-y 1: S01'1'1'I' 13: A111151 1111111 11811 bl 1, 2, 21: 11. A, A. 1. 2. 21. 4 sl'l'Y11'1' 1'l1111 4: lllllll1'1'llll 4 N111 1 11111111111 1111-ls' 1'11111 43 11. A. A. ASNQIIIY 141 N1-111111y 2: 1'l:1ss Ass1-111l11y ll 1 1-11111 21. N1ll'11lXVl'S1l'lIl HENRY HEINEMAN - Winnetka S1'111111ls in SWV1'l1l'll 1. 22 511111 1111111-111111 Ii: Sw1111111i111: 4: 11111 1 ,., N 1:11'y-'l'1'1-11s111'1-1' 4: G1'l'llI:Ill 1'11111 4 llblllllll 11111 1 A1lv1-1'1is1111: Stun' 11f N1-ws 71 -11111111-.11 xllll 111I1'I' 4: 111111t111'1:11 Stun' 4: X 111111 11111111 ll 1'1111t1-st Zi: 111-1111111111 'l'l'illll 21, 1 1 111111 4 11'111'1-11s11- 1,1-:1g:111'. N111'111w1-st1111 MONA HELLER - - - Wllmette "Mania" 1111x111-1111111 1. 2: SU1'1'1'I' 21, 4 1111111111 1'111111111-1-1-1:11 31. 4: 1l1stri1111tl1111 Nflfl X1 1 X1:ll'y1:ll111 1'111 1 RUTH HINCHLIFF - - Wllmette "SI1nh" 1':1l1t11l11 S111-1-1-1' 1: S111-1'1-1' 1 ' 1 4 1 l. 2, Ii, 4, 01111111111 Ji: 1h1s1-11:1I1 1 ' 11111111 111111 2, 21, 4, S111-1111 1'11111111it11-1- 21: 1 K X 1 ' 1 4 1111-v ftlllll 21, 4: Musiv 1'11111 N xs 1 '1 1111-11111-s Stun' 4: V101-A1'1'1-S1111-11t 1 N11 11 1111111 101' "' 'l' V 'l' 'i 4 91'1'l'1't'll'X 4 ... ... .-,.1 1 111111 111 ll1ll11hl' S111-11-ty 4: Nt111111 I1 1111'1x' 1'11111 1'11:1r1ty 1'111111111tt1 11 1111111-0 .1, 1'11:111'111:111 111' 13111211111 1011111111111 4 Pu., 1-11111 .11 1'11r1s1111:1s1':111t:1I:1 1 ' .S 4 111111 1 I1111sl1- F1-st1v:11 I1. N11rt11wes11111 ' -. .... I 5 :va-,Mit ' ' ' ,vw i,ir"Fi' Y. .t.i.,j,,,,i,-11-iv-r-,.,.l . . a ,X I , . , L , ., .- e:t..f,, .1 a...F.!- I,-,...,,,.....,.,........,.....,..... FRED HOERBER Elgin Ululu 2: Class l'rs-sill:-nt 4. JACK HOOD - - PHILIP HOOKER CATHERINE HINMAN - "Freddie" llnskvtlnlll CI, 4: 'I'rI-Ship I, 12, Il. 4 - Winnetka Evanston 1 l':im-:nit Jig Sm-lnl Uuininlttv 0 22 lllzms Kc-nyoll - - - - - Glenview I4'I'I'IIl'II Ululr 2. Il, -I: llnnor Semis-ty -I, lllinuls - ----- Wilmette "Phil" lntrzunnrzil linski-tlmll 1: Aalvlsvr Ronin liuslict- 'sn-r Rmnn Base-lmll 2. Il: Tri-Ship -I III X I I' ltnillu I'lnlr 23 l'lhlllll'IIUl' II: lic-lim-z-1 AIIVPIWINIIIII Stuff 4. N1lI'tIl!V1'Hfl'I'Il ALFRED HORSMAN - - Winnetka Nanny" Aalvlsi-1' liumn Ilaisn-lmll Ji, 4: .hlvlsi-1' lhmin Iinslu-tlmll 4: N1-ws Stuff 4. Knox BETTY HORSMAN - - - - Winnetka 'lI0rNe" IIIISIKPIINIII 1, 15, II, 4':i1rl:un 41 Iiaisolmll l. 13, Il, -I, l iptiin I I Nmui 1, Ii,-I1 Advise-r Ronin Swlni- SlH't'1'I' 2, II, -IZ lin ming: 4: I"in:un-i- Umiulxllttw- nf Girls' Club Il, Uliiwlty f'HIlIlllIltN' 2: S1-nlor Assn-mlrly: Snplr- 0IllUI't' Assn-lnhly: ti. A. A. l. 2. II, -I, I'l'e-si4ln-nl -I. "fa ' A Voile-pre' HARRIETTE HOSKEN ---- Wilmette Harry" nnfvun 41 i'mnnn-rviall Club 4: Pzlgronnt :iz Senior ASSNIIIIIIYQUIIFINIIIIIIS 1':int:it:i l. Gulf I':irk ix., 3h':,:,' FT 1,3-ATS ,Aviv ,IJ , 1 Thirty-Two if ,. 4 w 1+ CHARLES HOWE - - - Kenilworth "RQ-fl" lfmntlrzlll IS, 41 Allvisvl' lionlll Ihlskvflrzlll l. 2, Zi, 4: Amlvisvr liunnl llnsulmll 1. 2. Ji, 4: Spanish ' Uluh 31 lfh-hm-N lbistrilnltinll 4. 1 , 1 Knox Full:-go 5 n I 4 Q CHARLES HUBBARD ---- Winnetka SWIIIIIHIIHI 2: lll!l'llIlllll'2ll Swinnulug 2, Il, 5: , Blush- Uluh I. 2, :L 4: Junior Musiv Uluh 5: , , 3 l"l'1'lIi'h Ululr 3, 4, 5: In-us Ulub 3: Uruitlunlngist 14 l, l'Iulr II, 4: lmmmxil- l'lulr 1, 2, IL 4, .u, "Alix-v in ' Wnlulm-l'lun1l": l-If-lums Stufl' 4: 'l'l'i'IlSlll'l'I' Music " Ulnh: 'l'rs-usurvr In-ns Club 5: lhunl 2, ri, 4. 53 Q N Svllflll' Urn-ha-strn 4. 5: .lnniur UI'l'h4'Sll'il 4. 5 3 : llzlrvnrd 4 1 ll WILLIAM IDLER ------ Wilmette 1 4 1' --mu" if ' 'Frau-k 2: 'Fri-Ship l, 2, 3, 4: G14-v Uluh 1: 2 "Rubin Ilmnl' I: Anlvisvr Rnoxu lhuvlmll 2. JS: Y I 4, Intr:unur:al Iiuslu-thzlll 1.2. IS. 4: lutr:1nun':1l llamv- 51 1 lmll Ji: lntrzuuurnl SXVillllIlillH 2, 4: Iutrauunrzll N I Sm-4-or 2: Advisor limnn Rn-lay 2: lhnnl 1, 2, :ig 1' f'lIl'1'l' I.v:uIvl' 2. 3. f ff Vnlgram- W1 PAUL JACKETT ------ winnetka I 1 'l'l'l-Ship: Aalvisvr llnnln S0041-1' 1, 2: Amlvisul' Ronin Iinslu-tlmll 1, 2. K, 4: xxllViSl'l' Rnmu Ilusv- 'EQ lmll 1. 2. IS, 4: Advixvr ltnuxu 'l'x':u-k Tvillll 2, 34: :gi l'0Illl1'il4ll' 2. Ii: Varsity Fnntlmll I-K, 4: Sprixlg 5 I Fuotllalll 2, Il. h I , I ALICE JAMES ---- - Wilmette I "Al" : l sm-4-.-r 4: Muslv vnu, 1, Q, ::, 4, S.-4-1-.-nu-y 41 L E l"l"'lH'll WHIP 23. 35. 4. Soviul 1'0lIllllilU'l' 4, Mardi 3 g Urns il. 4: Glen- l'lnh Il. 4: 101-14-lldly Uonlnllttm-o ni' E, Q lilrls' Club: l':lg:m-nut Ii: Svnim' Assm-nnlrly: Music 4 3 IM-xtlvall 3: Ulwlslluzls Unntntu 1. 2. 24. 4: "Chinn-s " I nt' Norxnnnwlv" Zi. . I L ' j I 3 Nurthwustvru . F ETHEL JEFFREY ---... Glencoe j 1 l'hl'iSflllilS l':nnt:nt:1 l, Cl, 4: Imam-1-ml Styln glmw 54: ll Advise-r Rnulu llvuhh l:0lYl'Q'Nl'IltiltlV1' 4: Uns- gg 1 fllllll' l'UlllllliUt'0 ut' l'ng.:n-:Int Ii. , il I'llIl0l'iLl1'll I i i fs Q RALPH s. JoHANsEN - - wannefka 'L ' f "Jo" if ' Swinuning: 2. Ii: 'I'r:u-li 4: Ilmmr Roll 1: liifh- 'g 1'lul1 2. Zi, 4, Sm-011-t:l1'y 4: Iilrml Ulnh 24. 4: I+'r1-m'h ' ' Vllllr IJ. 351 .luulnr Um-lu-stx':l 1: Sc-nior Ure-lu-stl':l ' H 2. II. 4: l':u1n-ru Uluh 4, l'l1:lil'lu:u1 ni' lqllt0l'Illill' L! 5 uwut f'llllllllitfl'l' 4: Winning: Iutr:un1u':ll Swim- ' ming: Tvlllll 2, 35: Iutraunurnl Swluuniug 4: A41- , , 1 vlsvl' Runlu Ilalsm-hull 1, 2: Anlvisvl' lltllllll Iknskot- 'Hill 1- 3. 35. 4: Advisor Rnnln Sm-1-1-x' 1: Amlvisa-1' QL? E! Ilmnu 'l'r:u'k 2: Art l'luh 4: Tri-Ship 2, CI, 4, if J 3 Illinois 4 4 ir , , 5 Y 1 T 4 F 1, pf f wi i I l Y Q E' f dir- '- , - ,W ., U, ' , ..,. . - -u.........un-,gg9vQ--a.u1,.-,..L.p-5-, - Y ,- fn, ---W -A g - -- f ff.:-125iEff','2'5 f12":": - -0'-f---44-M-4--.-Q.-0... .....f....g., . 1- :- , '- , .,---- :,f,vu .: H -5, ,V , If MA Thirty-Three I ,. :QM . . . - ' ' ' q 0 2' "-..- :.',,.:,.w , ..w-n-v.,.y-.-n,. ' HARRIET JOHNSTON - - Kenilworth "Huy" Snr-mfr 1. 4: "Nu-w llmly IIIlIIf1N'k" lg Nm-ws 1. II. 4. IC4Iit0l'I:lI IlIl'e-vtnl' 4: I'I1'I1ovs -IZ l'I:lss Sovlzll f'1lIlIllIIII1't' 2, II: Assa-nlhly l'4mllllitt4-1' 22 I"I'l'IIt'Il l'lnlr 4: Sz-rihlurns 4: IIVIIIIIIIIII' Clnlr 2, Il. 4: ' " I U: 1 Ulnh V011 Vvrsl' WILLIAM JOHNSON ---- Wilmette "Bill" Svnn: lllgrlnws-igrlnt llnskc-lhnll Sqnml 2. II: 'I'r:n-Ii Z.. 2: . vis:-r llwnn llnskvtluzlll 1. 2. Il. 4: Allvlsn-r lhunn 'l'1':n'k 'l'4-:nn 2. Illinois FIODERICK JOHNSTONE - - - Winnetka "Rod" Advise-1' IIIIISIKPIIIIIII SI. 4: Anlvisvr lI:1svIr:1II CIIFIIII- IIIIIIIHIIIII 2. Zi: Hive-l'Illl1-I: l':1g1-:Int II: N4-ws l, 23: Altvrnallv Umlm-ilux' 4: llnnul l. 2. 3. 4, DOROTHY KAHN - - - Hubbard Woods "Dui" S4-nn l: lluvkf-y 'l'e-:nn 4: Fra-n4-ln Vlnh 2. Il. 4: Girls' Club Sm-iaxl l'mn1nittn-v 4: lhnm-I-ml 2: N1-ws Stull' 2: Svniur Assn-lnlnly. Smith MARTHA KATZ Wllmette KIIYPD xx llllIIlll,. 11 I ul Yu: 's 1 0" I 1 I ef: ' ig' L. lo- ' ic' EDWARD F. KELLEY - - Wilmette "Ne-II" IllIl'5lIIlIll'2lI Ilalslu-tlnlll I: Advlsvr llmnn SlH'l'l'l' :lull llnsl-Imll LI, IS: Amlvisn-1' Ronin Ihmlnftlmll 2. 4: 3' Ili-Y Il: Iililv Vinh II: t'ln'istm:1s CZIIIIIIIQI 1. KATHERINE KENNEDY - - - Winnetka "Katie" Unk l'n'k 1: Sm-rviw Ulnh 4: IlliIlll'l'llIl -I: Sm-nior I'Il'IIlI'l' IIUIIIIIIIIIOU' 4. Nzltionzll IiIlllIQ'l'jIZlIAIl'll I'nII4-5:0 " -I. ' "1 ' ' :az-J" "A ' ' ' -ff- -.,..,,.,.f ,.. W ' '1U.'..'."'7- 7- 'I ' . I ' .. ' '.1a.A..,...4.....' ,1...-,,.:.,g Thirty-Four , . . ,.. . .. -.,.f.A.1,.,,.SXxYx:i,J ...,.-......-.-,...-.,...... ROBERT KLINE - - - - Wilmette "Huh" lntrnmnrul Hamm-lranll I. 2. R, 4. llllNli1'llPilll 1. 2. 3. 4. Sm-4-1-1' 2. Swimming: 4. Fuuthalll 4: Trl-Ship 1. 2. 3. 41 N. 'l'. U. 2. Ii: Rifle- l'luh -l. Uulgaltv RUTH KING ---- - - - - Wllmefte uxingn Sm-vol' 1: Ilzlskvtlhzlll 2: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Vluh 1. 2. 3. 4. Sm-iul Unlnlnmittvv 1. 2. 4. Flnauu-lanl 33: Ulalss Sm-inl llthllllllllfvt' 2: Stull:-nt Comm-il 1: t'lll'is!llms llllllllllll 22: S1-nior Assn-mhly llllllllllll' te-1-1 S0lilHllll1ll'0 Assvlnhlyz I':1ge-:mt Ii. Nantimml Klmln-rgrzurtm-11 S4-hunl RUTH VERLE KINNE ---- Wilmette llm-koy l. JI. 4: Stuflvnt Unum-il l. 2. 3: l'll'l'll1'll Uluh 1. 2. Ii. 4, S1-4-I-1-t:nl'y 4: lll'illll2lll1'llllll! 13. IQ. 4: Um--Act Play 2: "I-Irstwhilv Susan" 4: l'2l:.Z'1'2Illl :ii N4-ws lflelltorlul Stull' tk, 4: lim-lim-s l'llillI'lllllll Girls' Athh-th-s 4: l'lmlrln:un Group Pi:-turv ll0lllIllllll'0 -I: S1'l'l'l1'0 Ululr 2: Uhalirmaln I"x'i1-mlly lllIllllllllll'1' uh-ls' Ululr 4: llunnr Sm-il-ty 4: 'l', N. 'l'. N1ll'llNVt'Sll'l'll HELEN F. KOWALOW - - Winnetka "ll:-ln-ml" l'2IQl'l'IlllI ZZ. t'hIr-ago l'nlv4-rsity LOLA KURZ -------- Wilmette hmm-vnu l. 2. 4: l'llI'lSllll2lS l':ll1I:lt:l l, 2, 4. N0l'lllXVQ'Sll'l'll ISABEL LAING ------ Winnetka "lzzy" Sm-11-1' 2. Ii, 4: llllNl'lNlll 3: Amlvisvr linmn llns- km-tlvalll 2, Zi. 4: lluskm-tlmll 2. Il. 4: Swinnning Il: I.ii'4- Saving: 4: Vnllvy Hull 1, 2: liollulvnll 1: H. A. A. 1. 2, 75. 4: Sa-uiur Assn-mhly: Ile-nlrh Coun- vllor 4. INEZ AUGUSTA CHRISTINA LARSON Glencoe "Minn" S1-rvia-v l'luh 2, Ii, Ylw'-l'l'e-sielvllt 24: B2ll'll4"ll Rll'll ldssuy ll0llUl'IllilQ' Xlvntion 2: llonor Roll 1, 2. 3, 4: Ilonor Suvlvty -l. lvllfiltilll Polla-3:0 w"-- . -r. 1., .N -- ' 51 , F11 Q2 ljliwlw -.1 S. f,.- ... -......,...q.,.-..l-a--f- -14.2.1 ,... .. ,-..-.-v-.nm --'iY.,., ,. Q' - v gy, . v 1 '14 2-fr f . . W: o , . X df I ,P .. - lm,mmm.fw.z.1.v - LJ..- Thll'fY'FlV9 ti --,- - Y ww, - .,i..'r... ww. 4. -V 'l' E sf- v .. ...,, L 1 V, .... ...-......,........, ..-.... - .. 14 - .ngngifi I ,. L..-...........-.........................,. l 1 1 ' 3 il . I- 1 E H 4 ii , 7 1 1 :L 4 1 , 4 25: I l 1 , 2 l . 4 ll! ANN LAWRENCE ---- - Wllmette ls "Andy" E 11.,4.k4-y 1, 2. 24. 4. Unptzniu 4: Swlmmlng Il. 4: 1 lvl-4-H,-h Uluh 24, 4: Ulm- Ululn. "l'hiuu-s of Nur- L I j nmmlyu: ll. A. A. l. 2, 25. 4. ll. A. A. Vumlf-vlllu' ZZ: 1 Q S4-nl-rr Ass:-lubly 4: l'ilg'I'2lllf Il: 1:11-lun-s St:1!T 4: , 5 Vim--I'l'4-siwlvxnt of Uluss 4: l'll2lll'lllilll Suvlul Umu- Q , J I lllllfift' lllrls' Club 42 'l'. N. 'l'. Il. 5 Q lilvlm-utnry Kilulorg::u'h-n Coll:-:rv l 5 'T ' i 1 1 ELIZABETH LAWRENCE - - Wilmette g' l I l . "Betty" I 2 l lv 31 so.-1-.-r 1. 2. zz. 4. Uanptuiu zz Izmnmll 1. 2. ::, 41 5 5 I fl ff , llalskvtlulll 1, 2. Il. 4: Awlvlsvr Rooul liuskm-tlmull tg i Q, I ' 5 gg: gwimming 4: tile-v Vluh ii, 4: "l'hluu-s ot' Q Nnrm:1u4ly" Ii: l':u:e-:nut 24: f'hl'lSflll2lS fllllfilfll I, E I 1, 'nn Stull' of Nvws 12 Vlvv-l'l'4-sl- Y 1 ,X 2 clout of Uluss 2: Vivv-I'1's-sl4ln-lit uf Girls' Pluh 4: 1 l I li vlK't'Al'l'K'Nl4ll-'Ill' uf 'l'. N. T. 4: Class Sm-inl Umn- l 1 5 f' mittm- 1: 'l'. N. 'l'. 34. 4: Huunvllur 2. Altvrnauto 51, I j Nawrllws-stvrll I T ' JEANNE LEFFINGWELL - - Wilmette 4' 4 -'LQ-fr" '-sim-nt 4: Bansko-tlmzlll l il' . visvr liunm li:1skc-tlmll 2, 24, 4: Swimming: 4: W ' Y 5 N V llor-lu-y 3. 4. villilillll 4: H, A. A. Valudu-vlllo 12 5, ' N4-ws Stull' 4: G14-41 Club 4: l'ln'istluus villlfilfil 3. W I ' , I 4: lYllllll'l'Illl 1. 2: I':xp,r1-:mt 3. r i j l'u1lw-lull-Al E RUTH LONG --.--.- winnerka 3 1 Y l Q 5IIlll4'llI'Sft'l' High Ss-luml. Mnllu-lwsh-l', Now ll 1 :Q llsuupshirc- I: l+'l'vm'l1 Club Il, 4: Honor Soc-lvty. ' l f 1 Ml. Holyoke- - 1 :N i l il Z i 3 1 LLOYD LOURIE ------ Wilmette E 4 ,I Anlvlso-1' Room lizlskvthnll 4: Stumv l'lulx 2, Ii. . i 4 1 -. . . . : sh Ululm 211 4 lll-Y 1, 2, 29: 'l'1'i-Ship 4: Alt!'l'llilfl' Uounc-llur 2. 3 1 Coluruelu Svluml of Mlm-s Q I Q I o1.lvE LUDLUM ------ wiumeue 1 1 4. Kuinlmw liuskvthanll 2: Advise-1' llumu liuslwt- N 1 Q' Q' hull J, 50l'4'4'l' 2: Vollvy lhnll 1: f'4llllllll'l'l'lill Ululv Q X 4 3 Q: 1. 2: l'l:xys 1. Sorvic-v Uluh 3: Illstrllrutinu Stuff 5 5 I .. .I ot N-ws 3: Altvrnzlte- Poum-ilor Il: G. A. A. As- V, 3 " sm-luhly 1: 1fhl'iNflllIlS l':lnt:lt:1 1. i I 5 -Q National I-Ile-nu-nt:n'y IilIlllPl'LIlll'U'Il Colle-go 1 Q S .- I f , -' I v 1 FRED LUNDBERG - - - wilmem "Fra-delle" I Junior 'I'l'au-li 2: Footlnlll Il: lizlskothnll 21, 4: f 'Frau-k 3. 4: "Robin lluonlu 1: "Chinn-s ol' Nur- 1 3 I ul:luely" R: Hoyx' Glvv Uluh 1, 2, Il: 'l'. N. 'l'.: lu- R 3 ' N fllrlllilflllll In-sk 4: Aalvlsf-r Ronin lhlslu-tlulll l, 2: L Q 5 ' Q' -aj "X: L: A:lVlNm-I' 4 V 1 Rnolu Ihlsvlnlll 2, 3: .Mlvisvr Rumu Sm-4-vr 2. l 4 Illinois 4 4 'I fl I. .Q 11 l 5'? ' 1 . I 3 3 ! il 5 ' . ' ll 1 5 l 1 ' u 3 1: 4 i 2- 5 I ' 7 L 5 53 4 L. L 5 lf g i-.--Q7jI'fgT" 'L fj.L-'l..-Q TL-, 'lgf wf " N 'K i 4 L1.u.4..u.....-JL1L..L..fJ...LU......,,....,,.1..,....M.......V. .. - - V "-' - L' " -' ' ' - -' " ' ' - , N..- :.A.,4..,..:.f4,,L. Thirty-Six I vvvvvwvnvrvvvvruvv ww. 1----1.-4.1-....f.--A-f--4 my-N... ...qu . . u 1 E 1 I I v,,,,-,,,,,.. . 1 """"""""W" ' . -............1.,...............,.,...,.. ...E 1 Q X I5 . 1- 1 11 1 ' 1 2 I LILLIAN LUSK ---- - Wilmetie "Lil" Swlnnuing: 1, 2, Il, 4: ltusa-lmll 21: Amlvisq-1' llnuln 4 Ig,,Nk..tlnull 2, Sum-1-or 2: Glu- Club 2: Cumnxurclul ' Club ,LZ " 2 21.1. 1 ' Umlovialoml ' Q I1 RICHARD MACALISTER - - - Wilmette I I "Dirk" 1 E g 'l'l'u4-k Il, 4: Intrumurul Swlnnninfr 2. II, llusa-hull 1 I, ' 2. llnskvtlnlll 2: I'u1:c-uut 29: "A1lmirulllc Crlch- ' , X mu" il. I' E 1 linux Cullvgru f I 1 I i T 1 1 .1 I I noaER'r MacNEu.1.E - - - - Glencoe , I I 1 , "Bob" 5 1 SXVIIIIIIIIIILL' 2, Il, 4: 'l'ru4-k 2. Il, 4: Fuutlmll 1, 3. 1 I I I 4: Illll'llllllll'llI SXVIIIIIIIIIHI 2. ll. 4: Advisor Rnmn 1 Q lluslu-thull 1. 2, Il, 4. Captain Il, 4. Iluscbull. Suv- , I vor, Iloluys: Nvws Stull' Il: lll-Y 1, 2, 3: Trl'Shlp Q 1 1 4: S01lIlllIll0l'l' Assoluhly: Svuiur Assvxnhlyg Bunnl 2. B , Chivago University 3 1' 1 ' 1' 1 " 1 f 3 I ' 1 1 I 1, DAY MacSHERRY ------ Wilmette I " I l, S1-niur SXVIIIIIIIIIHI Me-vt: Sm-iul R4'llI'l'Sl'llUlI.IVQ-I. L A 1 , ' Nurtllwvsterll 1 1 11 1 l 3 1 , 1 . 1 1 1 - 1 13 GEORGE MANGEL - - - - winnerka lj ? ' I "Me-lzer" , I ' Sm-vm-r Sl: Advisor Rmuu lluskuthull Il, 4. Swllll- il IIIIIHI 4. llusolmll 2. Il. 4. lluskvtlmll 2. 3, 4: Gvr- 1 I :I QI umn Club Il: Chess Cluh Il, 4. Svc-rvtalry tl: lllfio Q 1 1 Clulx: luforlualtlun D1-sk 4. V 1 i 1 ' VIRGINIA MARSH - - - - Winnetka I'lllI0l'I1Il'1I I 1 GILBERT H. MARSHALL - - - GIBHCOG I "1iIh" 1 , I lntrauuuranl Saw:-or l, lluselmll 15 Cross Country I V 'N Run l, 43 U0llllllt'I'i'IilI Club 1, 4: Senior As:-xelnhlyl - 4 3 Band 1, 2. 1 I T 1, 1 1 11 I ' 1 - Q1 H 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1' 17 1 ' I In If 'vu rr ' ' ' I ' I I I ' 1 "' 1 .rv vwnvrvr vrrrnr rn.. nn- X wvvvv-vv 5' ' Y Y VVVY ig iw Y x ini H- wr U Q - Y F V vu - , . , ., - - - ,.-.-W-..,-... .....,.,-.,...-,..... 4 I A .- 'F ' 1. 1 I I 11.1.1 Thirty-Seven I I ,, , ,..,., -.-M . . .. ...J .- , . . I 1...-, . uf. -4,,...,l....Lm.aL.u..4............-4....f...a...v - If .A ,. Ng A I ir m......m....-. . .IK mulls - ,.... ,,..,...,...,., ,v,, ,twill 1 I I I MARY MARTIN ------ Wilmette "Shorty" Ilolm-4-on 4: Art Club 4: f'fllllllll'l'K'1Ill 4'lub Il, 41 G. A. A. 4: News Stuff 3. 41 livllm-s Stuff 1. 2. Il, 42 Poster Cumunlttvo of l':lL:1-:nut II: Suplmxuure- As- sembly 2: Poster CZIIIIIHIILIIIN 1, 2, 3, 4. I I ROBERT C. MARTIN ---- Winnetka ' "Him-" f Football 2. R, 4: Advisor Iiumu Buskm-tlmll 1. 2. E Zi, 4: Advisor IUIUIII Iknsvballl 1, 2. fl. 4: Nlllrstwlnllv I Susan" 4: Hi-Y 2, 3: 'l'rl-Ship 4, Svc-rvtnry 4: I E1-hoes Stutf 4: Uluss Sm-izll f'Ulllllliff00 II, -l: 4 Studi-nr Cuuuc-il 1: Class Assembly 2. 4. ' Illinois I I I ROBERT H. MARTIN - - Wilmette "Bob" ' Ihlsketlmll Squzul II: Aslvlsvr Rumn lluskvtlmll -lg Muslv Club 4: Ne-ws Stall' 4: Stu1lvlltCu11lN'll2: Bnlul 1, 2, JI, 4: Orchestra 1. 2. 3, 45 Sc-nlor As- svmlwly 4. New Trier DONALD McALLEN ----- Glencoe "mm" Fuotlnlll :L -I: Frou:-h Club 2, 4: Ill-Y 1. 2. II, 4: l'ng:a-:nut ZI: Studi-ut Uuuuu-ll 1, 2. Sl, Alterman- 4: Aulvlsvr Romu llusketbull l. 2. il. 4. Balsvlmll 1, 2. II, Swimming.: 2. Trac-k 2, Sow-ur 1, 2: Iutranuurnl Football 4, Swiuuulng Il. Prlucvton ELLEN MCCAULEY ----- Wilmette Arlvlse-1' Rillllll lhlsa-bull 1. 2: IIIINPIHIH 1. 2: .Ml- vlsur litllllll lluskvtbull 1: l'uu1u11-rc-iul Ulub 1. 2. Sl, 4, Suulzll 1'0IllIll1ft.l'0 II. 4. I'111lv1'l1lv4l ' ROBERTA McDONALD - - Winnetka "Bobby" lflulinouc-0 High Svhool. Ky. 1. 2, Il: Alt:-l'mltv l'oum'ilor -l: Chrlstums villlfilfil 4. ' l'll4lu1'l4Iv1l MARGARET MCFADGEAN - - Winnetka .-Peggy-. Awlvlsm- Ronin llnslu-tlxull Il: Husvlmll 23, Il: Rus- kvtlnlll Ihnplwixl JI: Sm-vor 4: G. A. A. 3, 4: Colu- morciul Club 1, 4: Ilnuwvuu 1. Clzlvngo Normal "T"7:'1'rrf "rf"-1--v-nvf-nf f..,,. ,,..,,...,v,v,, -. . ,, , - X ' "- - -- --- A-.-L H, ,H ,,1,v, M ' 'W """"Pf'fv"Y'rvvv'w-'vwvN.- .w ...?.,, .4 ......,. . -1-..,--,., Xvlg . e il gy- - I Thirty-Eight I I I -I -f mal : 1. x ' . A H11 JACK MCGINLEY ------ Wilmette ' llnlversity Cruise , JOHN McKANA ------ Wilmette Sou-er 3: Advisor Hasketlmll 2, 4, 5: Adviser Room Soccer 3: Ill-Y 3, 4: Trl-Ship JANE MCKINNEY ----- Winnetka "Klnney" liauskotbull 1, 4: Bnselmll 2: l"rom-h Club 2, 4: Glov Club 2, 3, 4: Survive Club 4: G. A. A. 3, 4: News 3, 4. XVvlleL-sley MARGARET MCLONEY - - - Kenllworth "Bill" lflvnnston 3: linlnbow liuskvtlmll 1, 2: Adviser Room linsketbnll 1, 2: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Frenf-h Club 4: lhlgrexlxxt 3: Sm-nior Assembly 4: Sophomore Assembly 2: EL-hom-s Stuff 4. Northwestern NATHALIE MEERS- ----- Wilmette HNM.. Dome-von 4: Ilouor Roll 1. 2, 3: Honorary Men- HOH. llonor Soc-is-ty: Christmas Cuntutu 2, 3, 4. Northwestern MARCUS MELZER ELAINE MERGENTHALER - - Wilmette "Mark" Adviser Room Basketball 2: C0lIlllll'l'I'l2l1 Club 1, 2: N1-ws Distribution 1, 2: News Stuff 4. lllvnnxton Business College my 2 El ma , Thirty-Nine wr nv vvv-rr-v vvv-'ev-'Q ,N .V sv , v f , "W I 3-A "Uv-vw-rw' fu-v-vwv..-.vv.., .E ..1.+:.Lu..n.I.l.L.l.........,.1.:u.....1...u -I ' .4-..m4.s.uq1 ELSA MILLER ----- - Wilmette 1-El" Ruiulmw Ilalskvtlnull 22: llm-ka-y 4: l'4lIIIIIN'l'4'IIll l'lulm I. Z: Ilmum-nu Sl, 4: ll. A. A, II, -I: Amlvvrtls- ing: Stuff of Nw-ws 4, t'oIls-vtur Sig G4-rnmn l'luh 41 Altvrlmtq- Uoum-ilor 2: Umlm-ilm' tl: UIIIIITIIIIIII .luniur Girls' I'1'o,i4-vt: I'l'ug:ruu1 tfllllllllittpf' ul' Imnu-1-ou 25, 4. Xortluwuxtm-r11 RUTH MILLER ---- - Wilmette "Rufus" Glu-0 l'luIm 12, Il: Music' Uluh II: Girls' Club, I4'x'ivluIIy Ulblllllliffvl' Il: Stunll-nt UUIIIIUII 1: Ad- visvx' Itumu SXVIIIIIIIIIHI T1-:nu 1: FI'l'SIlIlI2IIl As' sm-mhly 1: l'hristums l':1ut:1t:l 1. 2. II: "CIuiuu-s ul' Nur1u:muIy" 2: lluwllupr Ilumlre-ml 1: Sprlm: Fus- tlvzll 2: Sm-uior Axsmnhly 3. Iluslx Umlsm-l'v:1tnry HARRIET MONS - - - - Kenilworth "Hoot" Imlluzltir- Uluh 43 "I'IrstwI1II1- Suxuuu 4: Mush- Ululn 2. Ii, 4: I'I1:1ir1u:1u Sm-inl Uoulnuittn-v 4: Glut- t'Iuln 2. Il. 4: "IYI1iuu-s of Nm'1u:unIy" 3: Chrlstmns t':mt:lt:1 1, Z, Il, 4: Spring: Fe-stivnl 3, 4: Fra-xlvll Uluh 4: Murnli Urals 4: Uhurity Umuulittvo Girls' t'IllIr 42 Snplloumrv .KSSPIIIIIIY 2: Fluss SI'1'I'0tQlI'j' :lg Sovinl l'tlllllllIII1'0 II: Alts-rllutv Culuwilor 134,41 Pug:-:nut Il. IIrauII'uruI Am-:ull-uly ALBERT MOORE - - - - Wilmette nu.. llrzuuutil' Club 1, 13: ltzuliu I'IuIn 2, Il, 4. 'l'c-4-Inf uim-inu Illlil 'I'l'e-alsllw-1' 4: Stum- Fm-W 1, 2: I'lIm'Il'i- Ciilll 1: Iluuor Rull 1: Stmlont f'uun4-il 1, LZ, Aruumr Instituto WALLACE MURRAY - - Glencoe "lVuIlie" l'upt:liu .xIlViNI'l' Itmnu Iluskvtlmll CIHIIIIDIIIIIN 4. I7n4I1-vielvll KATHERINE NAPER ---- Wilmette UK.. . 'Fvnuis 2: Drfllllllfil' Vluh 4: "lCrstwI1iI4- Susunul Imlm-1-011 1. ZZ. Il, 4: f'2lllI1'l'll Vluh 4: Assuvizm- AIUIIIIWI' Blush' Ulub 2. Il: Nm-w 'I'l'ia-r Nm-ws Stuff Il, 4: Idvlmos Stuff tl. 4: Altvrualtrf l'uuuc-Ilur 4: I':lg:0:lut II: Ilnwllng Iluuslrm-el 13: I'rIzo Aulu l'oStvl' II. Art Instituto WALTER NEWBACHER - - - Winnetka "Nowit"' Slll'I't'l' 2: lutrsuuurnl Ihxsm-Iu:lII UIIIIIIIIIIUIINIIIID fu 'l'1'2lHl 2. fl: Ifuptniu of Iutrauuurul Ilusc-Imll 11, nl' . Imskvtlnlll I. 15, 3, 4: Ilnslu-tlmll Squuzl 3: Class f 'I'x'n-zlsllxw-r II: Stueh-ut Uuuuvll 24. 1121.111 l"'F"lll BY :""""'ff1"'f.f....?.1g3i411i:::.".L Forty V7"'Ylf"-YYYP' ' Forwtvvy-luvw vvvi - un'-ww 1. . Q .. E. - ..........1.....1.,:,..1..,...1..1......-.-.,. 1 1 I 1 , 1 , , 1 , 2 F - I t 4 f 1 4 . 1 5 , 1 9 T U ARTHUR PETERS - - - Wilmette 5 --Art., : lllTI'Illlllll'lll Bnskothall 1, 2: Advisor Room Bus- 3 I kc-thsull Zi, 4, 5: Adviser Room Indoor Bnsolmll 3, 1 -l, 5: Arlvlser Room Soc-vm' 2. 3 111111015 1 j ' l . el f MARSHALL PETERSON - - wumme 12 Q Illinois E ' 1, 5 , Q I I I l l 5 EDWARD PFEFFER ----- Wilmette Q 1 Hlghluml Park High School. llnllns 'l'vx:1s: Gvr- 1 1 IIIIIIIUHVII High Svlmol, Pllllnrlvlplllzx. l':l.: Tower 4' M1-1111111 High School, AI'dlll0l'0, I':1. ' Northwestern ESTHER WRIGHTSON - - - Wilmetie 1'-Plllllllliil, S, A. 2: News 3, 4. If l STEWART POMEROY - - . . Wllmette ll ' SOIIII High 1: lllfl'1lllllll'lll Basolmll Clmxnps 2, 3. A 4 Unrlcvlaleal 5 I 5, JOHN POPE ----- - - Glencoe "Johnnie" , Footlvull 2, 3, 4: SWlllllIllllf.'I 1. 2, 3, 4. fwlllllllill 4: . 3 l'n1:m-11111 3: Advisor Room Bnsvlmll 1, 2, 3, 4: ' xl Advisor Room Hnsliotlmll 1, 2, 3, 4: Advisor Room ' Som-or 1, 2: Adviser Room Swlnnnlng 1: Alternate 3 Councilor 1, 2: Intrzlmnrnl Swimming 1, 3: Clnuxnps 1, Czlntuin 3. Hamilton College f f. - U. ,,,,,,,., M,-ua,-I ,s..:1s A.-.. , T T 1 A A R NAOMI PORTER - Glencoe .. T li Q f 1 g 13 . lr 1 A- P - '. ' ' , 5, kQ.L,l-L,1-1A.:.1.-..LLl..:..g.L,gJ..3.4,.up,4 , -Hug' Forty-Four JASON PAIGE, JR. ------ Glencoe Track 2, 3, 4, Stamp Clah 2, Il, Secretary 2, President 3: French Club 3, 4. Yale KARL BOWEN PALENSKE - - Wilmette St. Johns M. A. 1, 2. JOE PALETTI ------- Glencoe "Jonle" Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Football 3, 4: Soccer 1, 2, Captain 25 Baseball 13 T. N. T. 3. Beloit, VVlsconsln WADDY PALETTI ------ Glencoe Soccer 1, 2, 3, Captain 33 Football Il, 4: Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captaln 4: Golf 2: Baseball 13 Aul- viser Room Baseball Champions 2, 3, Trl-Ship. WILLIAM RICHARD PANCOAST Winnetka f-snr' University of Mlchlgan RICHARD PAYNTER - - - - Glencoe "Dick" "Rohm Hood" 1: News Staff 3. Northwestern WILLIAM PEACOCK - - - Wllmette "lllklpper" Wheaton High School, Oak Park High School 1, 23 Intramural Basketball 3, 4: Intramural Swimming 49 Intramural Baseball, Rifle Club, Treasurer. Northwestern Xg-gy!-:H 1-saggy rv-rrnvvvvvn. .vrnvnavv-uvuur ' ,.f-V, . ' N Q- , - , W- , -, Y Forty-Three ' ,...L....2., K, . . .2 . . ,.,:.....-. JOHN OLMSTEAD ----- Winnetka l l 5 i Sm-vs-I' Squuul Cl: llusil- Ululn 2, Sl. l: l"l'4'lll'll ll 5 Club 2. 54, 4: 'l'rl-Ship 4: "'l'ri:ll Ivy .lury": N4-wx ' t Stull' 4: lflvllovs Stull' 4: lluuor Sm-iv-ty 4: Jllllllll' L 1 0r1'l1osfl':l 1: S1-ulor 1,l'l'h1'Nll'Il 2, Ji, 4. i xvlllllllllhl : i FRANKLYN OLSON - - - Wilmette g "Ole" f e Ranllu l'llllx 2, IL 4. N'il'l"l'l'l'Silll'Ill -ll lllllllbl' Q mu 4, I l F0114-1':ll l'olylvm'l11lir':xl Svlmol l l il Q 1 l , RUTH OLSON ------- Winnetka l G. A. A. 1, 2, :L 4: linlulmw llalslu-tlmll 1: llus- r km-lhull 2. Il. 4: Vnllm-y llull 1. 2: llm-kvy 35, 4: ' Advisor 1100111 Bnskotlrzlll 1, 2, 3, 4: Awlvisq-r litllllll Nusa-lmll 2: Ilmlu-1-ml 1, 2. 29, 4. I'I'lDLf1':llll Pmnmlt- 5 , tow Il: "'l'lw Ghost Story" 2: lyfillllllfil' Vlulr 2. Il. 1 Q 4: lllllo Cluln 2: l4'1'4-lu-ll l'luln 13, Il, 1: N4-ws 3: I I I':l'lllN'S 4: IIUIIIII' Roll 1, 2, Ii. 42 llnnur Suvln-ly 41 Alta-rllaltv CUlllll'llUl' 2, ll. Nutlouul Klnllvrgurtvn MAURICE ossoRNE ---- wumene ll "M0rry" Q 1 lli-Y 1. 2, Zi: 'l'rl-Ship -l: llaluwl 1. 2. Il. 4: lnlrn- 5 l mural Swlluullug: Il. l Nortlxwvsturll E 1 1 , . f g 1 13 1 2 . f l 1 MARGARET OTT ------ Wilmette .. . ' ulnezzyn 1: : llululwow lluslu-thull 1, 2: "l'uptnln Appl:-jul-k" ll, 4: llfllllliltll' Ululn 4: G. A. A. 1. 2. Il, 4: "Chinn:-s Q: 4 ul' Nm'm:11uly" tl: l'lxristums l':1ut:ll:1 l, 2, Il, 4: Gln-u Club 3. 4: Suplmumrn Assvullnly 2: l'hurlty gg l'nuuultt1-v of Girls' Club 4: Studm-nt Unuur-ll 4: , S , l':1g:1-nut Ii. j D4-nulsuu 5, 3 , " i . li l PARRY OWENS - - - - - Wllmette ln Flmllmll Squad 2, ti: 'l'r:lr-k 3. 4: lllfl'illlllll'1ll Pi , SXVllllllllIll.C 2: Allvlsvr Rmuu llalskvtlnlll Il: 'l'rl- l Ship Il. 4: l'ug:l-:nut 3: Ifirhlm-s lknuullttn-0: Clrvulu- , l I tluu Wnnnuittvo Ne-ws: lnfurmznrlem In-sk 4. N l 4 Northwestern I l . l i MARIAN PAGE --..-. wilmene 1 'l l':lg1-nut Zi: llovkoy 1, 11: G. A. A. l, 2, Il, 4: W I l1'l-um-ln Uluh 2, 3, 4: Allvvrtlsllu: Stuff I':l'h0l'S 4: Q ' Flaws Suvlnl f'0llIllllltl'0 4: "l'hiuu-s uf Nnrluunelyu l ' 3: Sc-ninr Blush' l'Iuh 2, Il, 4: Glos- l'luh Il. 4. i li I 1 - . .4 . 4. . j l. l 1 l . 4 : l 4 v l l MNH. : -na-was -1---.0 V ww' HY-HHN Q V. 1 - f ' ' , lf. ' Q.. ,5 . ', Y.. aj MU: K L, Y ',..,, -..-...?i.fill:,yx:'3rl3'L:r..u, arf'-lgj,,,,,-,,,,4,1L,,gT+, M A MA L U.: Forty-Two J! .. -ah I , -ew-vvvuvvvrvvvvv , ,I-wvww-n'wwu-nvu' ---W R' ' ----- I my A--H I 2 I Y I I I i .. J ' ' I . 1 4 , I. ROBERT C. NICHOLLS - - - Winnetka "Bob" lntrumurul SNVIIIIIIIIIILQ' Il. 43 Allvisvr Roulu 1 Sow-or 1, 2, Iinsolmll 1, 2, 3, Swlunulup: 2, 'l'ra1r'k 22 3 lllllv Club 3: Rulllu Club 21: IJFZIIIHIIIC Club 3, 4: I Trl-Ship 4: Hl'IlUI'!-I Stuff 4. 1 I Culguto F LOIS NOBLE ------- Wilmette I I I Gm-ulogy Club 4: New Trim-1' Orulthologists 42 I Ifrs-llvll Club 1, 4: Cmumerviul Club 1: lluuur Hull ' 1 A 1, 23 FI'C'SIlllHlll Assmubly: Stud:-ut Cnuuvil 1. ,I Rockford College Q J ALTHEA JANET NORTHAM - Wilmette W "Pea XV:-9" . i lmlnvvon 1, 2: Wrnugrlors 4: "l'Irstwl1llv Susan" 13 ' 43 lIl'lllllllIIK' Club 4: SI-rvlvv Club 4: llvus Club ' - 4: l1'0otb:lll Tick:-I Clllllllllijill Wiuuvr 1.11.33 Sopll- ' omore- Assombly 2: News Stuff Il. W ' Nnl'tl1w0st0l'1l 5 I V I t 5 , LESLIE OBERG - - - - Glenview 1 I 1 , ..lA,H., , In- Kovvn Ac-mlvluy 1. ' N0l'tIlXVl'SI0l'l1 5 iw . 1' il f VIRGINIA O'CONNELL - - Wilmette I ' "Glnnu" 3 llmm-von EZ. 5 ' II 1 CIIICIIQIU Normal Cullum- 1 I . I , I' I ! ' ROGER ODMAN ---- - - Winnetka ' E' I I II "0ddla" I I if Arlvlsvr Rnmu llzmc-bull 4, lluskl-tbzlll 4, Slll'l'l'l' 5 I ' 4, Truvk 4. ' 1 Northwcstvru " 3' ' ,I 1 l . ., I, , ,Q 5 CLIFFORD OLDER ----- Wilmette , , - "BRING nxt!" I ' I Slll'IllHIil'IlI 1, 2: lfnotlmll Squuul 33 Cross Couu- I 1 U try Mvllul 2, -lg lutrumurul Imskl-rlmll Ml-.ml I I I ' .N Illgbtsj 4: Truvk 2: Advisor Ihmm Sum-r-1' 2, lluso- 13 1 ' bull 2, SlVIlllIl1Il1J.!' 4, lluskolbull 3, Roluy 'l'e:un 23 . Sf'X'II!I0l'lIH Il, 4: lnfurumtlon DI-sk 4. H , 3 Ilnlvvrslty of Wlswnlsin I I ji I 5 1: 1 . I I Ii ll .1 I , . ,, A . A I 41 I IL" 'Hn rv v I I 1....-.TI..,- " T" ff"f'f.'f""""""""""' X U I -J H I -A-A-M-mM.......,.,..4g:..ggg3'..gI.1 i I E3 .' R ' ' U ' , ' "'- N '-' - ---A-Y -- V -- - - - .a...u,u., . . Forty-One VERNON PRISK ------ Wilmette "Ye-rn" Advisor Ronin Slll'1'l'l' 1: .luulor 0I'1'll1'NlI'll 1. DOROTHY PROUTY - - - - Winnetka "llotty" Swimming: 1.2: Volloy Hull 1: Sn-rvis-u Uluh Il. I: ll0Illlllt'I'L'lZll Ululv 41 lltllllllvllll 1, 2: Suplmnmrn- Aw sn-mlslyg Sm-lnl flllillflllilll Svrvlva- Club -4: ll:-allth llc-p1'1-sr-llt:ltlvv Il. Nzllinnall l'lll'llN'lll2ll'X :mul Kl1ul4-rg::n'h-11 UJII4-go HARLOW PYFER - - - vllnl' l. 2. Il. -L llllnnlx NORMAN RACUSIN - - llllnols MARYELLEN RANKIN Ul'Q'fl"' lMllll1'1'tlll l. RUTH RANDALL - Altvruzm- Uuum-ilm' 4, R1H'kl'0l'1l KATHRYN RANNEY - HKU.. Inlrznnurnl llnskvllmll I, Il, 4: , - Wilmette Kll1'I'll2ll1' lltbllll' - Wilmette - Glencoe - Wilmette - Winnetka lilvv Club 2, 31 Se-uiur Blush- Ululr CK: "l'hluu-s ol' Nurln:m1ly"2: l':l3:n-:nut 2: 4 llllSllll2lS l':lnt:1t:l Zi. l'n1lm-lmlvnl JOHN V. RATHBONE, JR. - - Kenilworth "Jack" 'l'r:l4'k Il, 4: lf'l'4-lu-ll Uluh 2. 3, 4: 'l'rl-Ship 4: l'llg'l'Illll Zi: Nm-ws. lllllitorlnl IDlx'us'tur Ei. 4: E4-llm-s. lluslm-ss xl2lll2l2'l'I' 4: llmmr Roll l. 2. Cl, -l: llonor Sovlu-ty 4: Stumle-nl Unum-il lt llilllll 1. l'rim-Mon Forty-Five new--1-.vw 4 W I I - - - i I Hwy- A M-'X , Er , if V H V ,,.,......,.-e.e.e...1...eIXXjQ.,,i.v5,.E.L..'IeeLil My . I Z , I t I l I I I S, I MARJORIE REINER ---- Winnetka ,5 I "Margie" ' I Nm-4-or 1: llnse-lmll II: llmnvm-un 1. 2, II, -I. Chulr- man of I'ulrllr-lty Unnlnlitte-ml 4: l"1'vn4-In Ululn 2, II, Q P I Wr:1n1,:ll-rs 41 llunor Hull l, Il: llunm- Snwls-ty L K I Ulnrlstlnans t':mtut:1 1, 2. , i Nlll'IIlXV1'Nll'I'll I 1 I J I I I I I I ELSIE REINHARDT ---- Wilmette : 1 lsiqln 5 , Nl'I'IIlII'l'IIS Ululn 32, 4: IIPFIIIIIII Club 2, 3, 4: - I XXr:xm,:'l1-rs 4: Girls' Him- l'luh 4: IIIIFINIIIIIIH Fun- S tum 4: N4-ws Stuff 2, II: Iivlwvs Stafl' II, 4: Clnllr- I ' Illlll in Junior Girls' I'1'njn-vt DI: UIIIIIPIIIIIII Mom- In uhm IUIIIIIIIIIUP 1I4'l'IllIlll l'lulv Cl, , l Art Institute' 1 TRUMAN RICHARDS - - - Kenilworth I Iinnml l. 2, II, 4: Senior III'4'Ill'StI'2l 4. 1 , Illinois I V X . E I H 1 . I I : I I IRMA ROBINSON - - - - Wilmette I seninr Music- 1'Iul1 4. I 1 Wim-unsln Q I I JOHN ROBINSON - - - Wilmette if 1'-I . IIQIIIII Ululr 4: 'I'ri-Ship 4: Blush- Club 1, 23 ve-rtislng: Stnfl' nt' ICI-Imax 4: Informzltinn Ilosk 4. , "Bobby" X I I 1 Nurtllwestvrn ' - I ' 4 I 1 I 5 - i I I I HELEN ROHN ------- wilmeue I 3 Yif-lmlns Se-nn High Sa-lwol I: Christmas Fun- 5 I tltn II. 4: film- I'luln 4, 1 L I i I JOHN ROMER - - - - - - Glencoe ' "Romer" 5 I Senior Assembly: Advise-r Romn Atlllvtlvs. I I Pllwlue I I l , , 5 , I , I, 31 -f i 11 I Yfflff , ,ee 'gigig' g 4 , 4 M-. f .V --' 1"----I - . .- 1 ,, ' -.,...........,.........-:.- LM, Forty-Six 4 ,-Twwvv qv,-n-unrwiwvlivix --' ', -' -X4 iv. .1-- -' '- p fm. -......-A..A-.....-..4.un...-4. .alla i ...,,,, 4. . - Lu--LT 14' ,,, -A-.,...E.M.L....-1,.l. . l 3 ' l i i i , i SIDNEY ROSENBERG - - - - Glencoe 1 , --sm" 2 AlZll'Nilllii lllgh S1-luml I. 2: llL'lmllllg.': Uluh Il. 42 S 'l'rl-Ship 4: lu-buliug 'l'1-um Il. j 1 Xurtlxwvstvrn I I s 5 JEAN ROSS -------- wnmeue 1 S1-rvlm-v Club 4: "4'llDlIlill Appls-jan-li" 4: Stumll-ut I l'oum'll 4: .luulur Blush- Club 4: Girls' Glvl-Ulub Il. I i Rm-kl'bl'll i ARTHUR ROTH - - - - Winnetka , ufuurlyu I Unullm-l'4'l:ll I'lub 2. 25, 4, l'r1-slmlc-nt Il, 'i'I'l'5lSlll'l'l' I 4: Iutruuuurul ltnslu-tlmll 4: lllIl'llllllll'ili liaiso- 3 bull :L P i Xortllwa-ste-ru 4 2 5 5 RUTH ROTH ------- Wilmetie , Aulvlsvr limnu lluskotlnlll l, 2, Il: Ilzlskvllulll 4: liusvlmll 2: llm-lu-y 1: lmxm-4-ml 1, 2: Cill'i?4tlllllS , Ulllllillil 1. 2. 1 i Maulisuu 4 l EMMA RUMMLER - ---- Winnetka "'I'a-duly" llm-lwy 2: Sm-1-vi' 2: Swimming: 2, 32 G. A. A. l':11ulvvlllv 1: G. A. A, 2, 24. 4: l3l'lllllllfil' Club. l'rulmtluu:1ry 1. 2. Al-tivo Il, 4, l'luya-rs -l. Sz-r-r0- lalry 4, "Sun-annllxlg tlu- N4-ws" l, "Avid Drops" 2, ' l l'rupl-rty Wuuunlttm- Ii, 4, 1'ilIlil'HlIlll 4: Fl'l'llK'il Q , t'Iub 2, Il: Soviul Uuluullttvv Girls' Club 25: Nl-ws I 1 Stull' Cl, 4: Nnlltorlall lllrs-1-tur CI, 4: ldvllovs Stull' i Il, -4: Iflmlltur ut' Staltistlvs Il: Asslu-lutv Ililiinll' 4. S l'lluplu-cy 4: Sa-nlur Ass:-xubly 4: Uuum-llur 2: Y 2 Alt:-runtv 4: llmmr Group Il: 'l'. N. 'l', Ii, 4. Sw:lx'tl1umrv 4 i f l EDWARD RYERSON - - - wumme Q I "rm" i i Swillllllillg 4: Advisor liuoul Nov:-4-r 2: lutru- mural lluslu-tbnll 2: Allvlser liuuul lluslwllmll 2. i Il, -4: lIlll'llllllll'2ll Nwiuuuing 4: Swiunulug: Ulussiv 5 4: Clams Gift l'uu1lulttn-0 4: Sm-iul Clhlllllliilvl' 2: 1 i I'illi1'l'l2lillllll'llI Il: Suplmumrc- Assvmbly l'h:llrlu:ul: li '4 Svulur .wsvulbly 4. Ulllllllli1l4'0I Stugo Grow 41 1 Q E S z l 1 1 1 5 7 Gln-o Club 2. Sl: lnuuuullu- Ulub 4: Art Ulub 42 1 i l'uun-ru Ululr 4: "Rubin llmul": l':lg:n-:multi "l'h'slf 5 while- Susnll": "Night all Au Inu." if f i Q Nnl'tllwvstvl'll f Q ADELLE MARGOT SAVAGE - - wumeue F 5 "Savage" I Curl Se-hurz 1: Vullvy llull 1: llusn-bull 2: Imm- l 5 vm-un 1, 2. Il, 4. l'r4-slnlvllt 2. Il: Ulllllflllllll l'rug:rum Q i Uuululth-v 4: Nu-ws 2: I-I4-lun-s 4: llouur Roll 1, 2, Q 1 Il, 4: f'0llllI'ii0l' l. 2, 3, 4: lluuor Sum-ll-ty 4: l4'l'0Ill'il i Club Zi, 4: l'il2lil'lllllll Murull Grams Uolllllllttom- Il, 41 l Aluxiv Club 3, 4: S1'l'illil'l'IlS IS. 4: lilllllflllilll of E : Umlstitlltlmml 1'ouuultt4-v 25: l'ill'iStlllRlS F1-stlvul 2: "Chinn-s ul' Nuruuuuly" 4: Gh-o Club 2, Il. I Glu-rliu Collogv , 1 '1 , 1 1 .1 J fr' . .. f- If v A 1: -f--'11-w'f-'----M 'A 'Ac rl f 1:-.--af-,.,.,-,..-......E......,....,.,..,..,,E,.,,.,,,.2 ... . v . . gawk' MH, . .M.,,..W. -..,.,.... .,,.-...,:.,,.,,4.,,-,.... , . 712 ""f4:::. . ,A . . , Forty-Seven -.-4 .ww A .- 1 ' f' ,wg an-f FQ", an x I .,x.-i ' I ,gh-en.: - gg,-15, ...,......... LOUISE SAYNER ----- Winnetka "KVM-zia-" iinylu-I' High Svlmnl. Wis. :Incl I-Izlgrlv llivvr High in mol, YVIH. 1. 2. 3. l'nivi-rsity ni' Wisvulisixi HAROLD W. SCHAEFGEN - - Wilmette "Hal" Iiifmilini-:ll Ihlslu-tlmll I. 13. Ilam-luill I. 2: Coin lIll'l'1'iill I'IuIu 1. 2. I: Ili-Imtillg Vinh: Ilunor Roll l. 2, 4: Ilon-rl' Sm-ii-ty 4. Nnrtiuwn-sn-1-11 ROBERT SCHWARM - - Wilmette "Bob" Hank l':il'I1 Iiigrh S1-lmnl 1.2. II: lIlfI'ilIllIll':lI I-'mm Iv:lIl -I. UllllI'I'IlI04l WILLIAM SEABRON ----- Glencoe "lim-xvm-" I1'ootIr:lII 1. 13: lntrzlniurail Ihwn-Imll 1. 2. II, 4. liilSlil'flIIlH 2, JI. I'nIvvl'sity nl' Iuwzl HENRY SEUL ------- Glenview "Hank" l'IlllllIl4'l'I'IIll Vinh I1 Hl'I'IIl:lll l'luI: -I: Ilmmr Svu-iviy -I, JOHN ANDREW SCOTT SHERIDAN Wilmette "Jnllnny" Swimming: 2. JI, 4: Intrannui-:nl Iinskvtlmll l, 2, .L 4, Swininxing I, 2. II, 4, Ihlsm-Iuzlll 11. II: 'I'rI-Ship 4, N-ws Stalfl'-I1 fll'IlIIIl'il'ilI Punt:-st 4. Illinois STANFORD SHERMAN - - - Winnetka "Stun" Anlvisvr HIIOIII Atlile-tivs 1. 2. CI, 4, 5: Muslr- Ululr 5: Iirzilnntim- I'IuIi 4, 3: "A 'I'Iious:1nII Yv:ll'N Aguu: Nvilllfilill Alupl1-j:u'Ic": "'l'ri:lI by Jury", S1-ninr Ass:-inhly 1'olniniIlf-1-3 Ur:-In-strzl I, 2, II, 4. 5. AVISPIIIINIII U I Q vi Q '11 F1431 Forty-Eight , I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I .. I , I I: 4-Bugs., F i ' IQ.. ...QQ 1. , m.,, 2 3 3 l , Q li A 1 W ai . 5 I FREDERICK STODDARD - - winnezka I ' 4 I I lfvlbtlflillll l. 2. Il, 4: 'l'l'Ilt'k Zi: S4'l'Hlll'l'llS Club 42 Q j i f Studm-nt CuIIIII'il 1. 4. I 1 5 I 5' 5 I J A ' i l I I F MARIE STONE ------ Winnetka "l'lerre" - , l"l'0ll1'll Club Sl, 4: Culnluvrclal Club 4: lidltorlnl ' ' Stzlfl' N1-ws 42 Editorial Director Nvws 4. 5' 5 I 2 I I . I l 4 I I ! N1ll'fllWl'Sft'I'll 3 i : I Ill ! Q 1 I , JAMES STRONG ---- - Wilmette ? 5 2 M-lllllllllln' 5 I l.lg'lItwI-lgllt lhlska-tlmll 4: lntI':IInuI'I1l Swlnr " 4 I j I ming 1.1 llll'l'2illllll'lll lmska-tlmll, Ibm-bull. lfmmtlmll 3 1, 2, Il, 4: lll-Y Club 1, 2. 3: Trl-Ship 4: lfldlturlanl mul llistrllmtlon Stull' uf Ne-ws 4: Stntlstlvs SIIIIT Ecllm-s 4: Class Sun-iul Uolllllllttvm- 2. 41 Murlli Y 1 , I I , Urns 4, P I A Nlll'tllNVOSI!'l'll ' A Q E ' I I 3 3 3 MARGARET STULTS - - - winnecka H. A. A. 1. 2, Il, 4: llusvbull 1 22, Il. t'uptnln Il: 1 IIIIIIIIIII- I, :I. I: In-.IIII-II vIuII zz, za, 41 I:I.-I- UIIIII :I, f ! i I I ll rl , I 4: Blush' Ulub Il, 4: Hlrl's Club Suclnl l'Ulllllliftl't' 9 4: ml'llIH'H Stntl' 4: 1'll2lll'lll2lll SI-niur Asse-Inbly 2 P l'UIllIlllftl'1' 4: Class Sovlnl l'uIuu1lttvI- 1, 2, Il: I I I f I 1'Illlll'Ill1lll Uluss Gift l'0llllIIitf00 4: T. N. 'I'. 3. 4: 5 ' 5 1 llonor Sm-ln-ty 4 : "l'lllllll'S of N01'Illlllldj"' Il : ' J 5 l'lll'lSfIIlllS Ullllflllll 1, 2, 3. 4. C0lllll'll 1. Il: Sprlnp: I I 5 U l+'esllvIIl Il: llnunr Roll l. 2. Ji, 4: Amlvlsur Ronin l Y 5 IIIINIIIIIIII :sz Am-Is--r Icwm Isask.-IImII I, zz. 1 I 7 I Smith I Y 5 5 I I 5 I , I A 3 3 MARIE swENsoN ----- Wilmette I I Q I SI-IIII lllgh 1 2 lluuurubln- ML-ntiou for llnnul' I I I E I Sovlvty 4. 1 1 1 l I I I I . T E ' I ' Z I JAMES TENCHER ----- Wllmette I I ' "Jlm" 1 " I SWllllIlllllg 2: l'llSlllll'llll lllgh School, t'ullt'lII'IIlII 5 . f 25: Sm-nibr Axselnbly 4: Clams Sm-iul C0lllllllll1'Q' 1. S 5 I F 2 2, 4: lluskvtlulll Squad 4. l I 1 X l'rlnc-otbn I - 3 I4 35' If ll' WS .., V ' A I 1 l l 1, I 1 STANWOOD THOMPSON - - winnefka I l I 1 5 1 ul'lI.lllk" g I E 1 Baseball 2: 'Pravk 3: lll4Y 2, 3. 4: Glec Club , ' I I I 3 3, -lg lutrauuurul Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: lIlfl'll- 1 I W f 1 ulurul llusn-bull 1, 2. 3, 4. V I X ' ' I ' I , f I QI l lj , I . I 9 f 1 l II 3 A 'Q 2 9 I 3 f E f 5 ri . T 3 .7 I 1 ' It I I 1 I3 I ' - , I- I-Iv-, I V-yr--sri, 1 'E.g,a-rw.-1:-L-A-T-i--:I----A ir 4 , I I 1w,.!N.V.i.V.A,fV.i..Y- ----. 1-4 M.-, mi 1 1 M-M-M Xl l - jf I :L......E.M::..: -:.. . 4, Fifty-One ' a ll MARY TIBBALS - - - - Winnetka "'l'lhhy" ll. A. A. 1. 2, 3, 42 S1N't'Pl' 2, 3. 42 lizlsvlrzlll AllQ'l'lHll1' Cuilllm-ilul' 4: Suplmnmrn- Assn-mlnlyl Mauwll tlrus 3. Blmlisun CORNELIUS VAN SCHAACK - Wilmette "Van" Sllvnumlunll Ynlla-y .Xl-ml:-nay. Wim-In-stf-r, Vu.: lfllgrin .Ir-. l?nlI4-ge-, Idlgrln, Ill.: lIl-Y 1. 12. Ji: liunul l. 2. Ji: I-'mutlmll 1, 2. Il: Nwlnuuing: 2: llnskf-Ilmll 253 Intrzllmlrnl Swimming und ltiwkl-thnll 1, Eg Intramural Sm-1-or 21. MARIE LOUISE VAN SLYKE - - Glencoe "Marin Lon" 1, 23 llm-ka-y 4: Amlvism-r llmnn Swimming 45 Iiaisln-tlmll 4: Sn-l'vim'v 1'lul1 Zig In-lullinl: Club Il: Assum-intv xlvlllllvl' ul' Blush- Clulu Il: lllilv Vluln Il' Mardi Urns Il: I-'rf-ni-h Uluh Il. -4. th-1n'p.u-tmvln RUTH VAN STEENBERG - - Glenview "RHI" Sol-mul lmse-Imll Ii: lmnu-mn 1, 12. Il. Ulmlrnmn Nm-lul Fullllllittve- Il: l'rup4-rty l'0IlllIl'lllt'4' 25, 41 Nvws Sl: Ilrnmntln- l'luh 24. 4: l'luy1-rs 4: S4-rvlwv l'IuIu l'rvsimIvnt 4. Illlnuls FRED WAIDNER ---- - Wllmeltte K4-nlum-ky MAURICE WALD - - - - Winnetka "Muurlr" Luke- Xu-w l, 2. Il. Clllvngn l'nlv1-rsity EDWARD WALLBAUM - - Glenview ..Ed.. Adv. limnn linsc-Imll l. 2, Il, lflmllmll Squad 4, Som-4-r I, 2. l:IlNkQ'llHlll Squzul: Stngu Url-w 2, Il. l , 1 , , f- . 5 ' "' ' . l 4, I..-14' ,fr , F .L '.- LJ3.4f:fp1smggz5f'Si:'i44Ei'.'12If.e5fw-b.'.:11,Mgr W dk , :mf-V . - ,. I-'ll'tv-Two 2. Il: Swimming.: il. -4: Llfmg Saving .Ir. mul Six: I l"l'l'll4'll l'lnh 2. Il, 4: .xllY1'l'llNlllLf Stuff lil-lm:-S 4: l'1'l'i1'l Svluml for Girls, Nvw Ihwlln-lla: X. Y. l I I -...-,. ,.. - .1 4 FOWLER WALTON - - - - Wilmette "N'nlt0n" .Xhlugtnu High Sm-luml, .xlPilH:f4ll!, l'u. 1. 2 1 'Frau-k I: lllll'iIlllllI'2ll lialskvtlmll 3. 4: Iutrzlmurall lineu- Imll JI, 4: Tri Ship 4: Ili-Y 252 Iluud Ji, 4. Iuwu HARRY WARNER - - - Winnetka "Siu-ml" St. .lohu's Military .X1'5llll'lllX2 l'n1'l Svhurzi I-'uullmll 2: lutrauuurnl Mmtlmll IL Kvutus-ky ARNOLD WEIL ----- - Winnetka S1-un: Amivisvl' lhuuu lhlskvtlmll Ii, 4: Advisvl' ltmuu liusvlmll 25, 43 A4lYiSl'l' Ilmuu SXVillllllil!LZ' 4' Iluud 4. Nur! Im'1-sh-ru RUTH WEIL ------ - Winnetka Iiniulmu IFZIIII l, Ilzlsolmll Zlul Squzul Ii: 4i.A.A .-. ,V 1. 2, .-. 4 . l'r1-uf-ll l'IuI1 2, Zi, 41 Ulzlss SlN'i1ll l'u mittw- LI: Ilmuwr Roll LI, -4: l'lu'istums Um : CHARLOTTE WIENBERG - - "l'Imtz" Pl!! - Glencoe Hydv I'nrk High S1-lnml 1, 2. 12: Sl'l'Yil'1' l'luh 4 X1u-tlxwm-sn-ru RALPH WELCH - - - "W'ntTls-N" - Wilmette Ili X 5 N-uior .Xssf-uululyi Flnss Sewinl Uuunuittu I, J. .L lutlauuurnl Rus:-Imll l. 2. Ii. 4: Iutralulurall lluskvthnll 1, 2, 24. 4: Iutrnulurnl Swiuuuiug 1, I ll wk .L 4: lutrnmurnl Sm-ca-r 1, 2: lllfl'1lIlllII'I! "': l. 2. Wiscoushm JOYCE WHITMAN ----- Winnelk 3 --pug-. Frm-ur-h Ululv 2, Ii, 4: Blush- Club 4. YV1'llvslvy x.',,' X --'z'. .k,f .- 1 ,..-A , ,,... Lx u'-A 4 a L. Fifty-Three fX"'-- f-av' - U1 - , -- - -V 4 V- 4 """"-.Q gig if ,Q "f Aw :PT V4 -,-.z,,.,,---7, -- -,--v --M -- -'---.M . ..-.--., ,,,, I 14 w. ummm KL, ', ', L f, 2' 1' I 1 fi ...f 1-.RJ .,r'JLfv.,,gl,,,f- ...-...........-'--- V-......,.,.'. .,.. .....-., JOHN WEST ----- Hubbard Woods , "Johnny" Ojai Valle-y Sf-hool, Ojai. California 1: Som-or 2, CS: 'Frm-k Il: "Trial by Jury" 4: l'a1:oant Il: "Chinn-s of Normandy" fl: Ulm- Club Il, 4, Llbrn- rlan 4: Musto Club 4: Rlflo Club 2: Hi-Y Club 2, Il: Tre-asurvr 'l'ri4Ship Club 4: Class So:-lal Com- mittee' Il: Class Asst-mbly 2. 4: l'roai1lz-nt Stuulont Counvil 4: Intramural Swimming 29, 4: Intramural Basketball 2, R: Intramural Travk 2: Intramural Football 4: Intramural Baseball 2, 3, 4: T.N.'I'. 4. Illinois STUART G. WESTERFELD - - Winnetka -'sur' Franols Parke-r 1: Advisor Room Sports 2, Il. 4: Ns-ws Il. 4. Etlltorlal lllru-1-tor 4: E1-ltoos 4, Typ- ing t'halrman 4: Malling Managrvr of N4-wil 4: Ilonol' Roll 4: Sprlug Football 2: Fr:-u1'h Club 2. 4: Rlth- Club 2. Il, 4: Stamp Club 2, Il, 4: 'l'rl-Ship 2. 26, 4: Canu-ra Club 4. Massachusetts Institute of Technology RUTH WILCOX - - - - - Winnetka "Rudy" , llovkvy T1-am 1: Ihmn-4-ml 4: Ds-batlnp: Club 4: Class Sovlal Colnmittev Il: Studs-nt Count-ll Il, 4. Alternate 2: Christmas Cantata 2. I'n4lvc'lmle-ul RUTH WILEN ------- Wllmette "Rudy" Harbor High Svhool, Ashtabula, Hhlo 1: Ad- viser Room liaskotball 13: Honor Roll 4. Mozor Shorthand Colle-gn - HARRY BORWELL WILSON - Wilmette Football Squad 2. 3: Advisor Room Buss-ball 2. JZ: Anlvlsor Room Haskvtball 1, 2: 'l'. N. T. Il, 4, 1'rvslel1-nt 4: Halosburp: Club 1, I-Ilgln Club 2: Ill-Y 1. 2, Il, Chairman Dinner l'0lllIlllfft't' 2: Class Asst-lnbly 2: Ss-nlor Assn-mbly: I'ap,:s-ant Il: Class l'rvsl4Ivnt 1. Treasure-r 2: Cam-y Crook Hook Com- mlttvo 1: Boys' Court 2: Christmas Decorating: l'tIlllllllff1'l' 1, 2: Studs-nt Counvll 1, 2. Ifn4lnm'l4lml MARGARET WISSMAN - - Winnetka ..PezKy,. Sow-or 2. 4: Basoball il: Arlvlsor Room Baseball 2: l'0lllllll'I'f'i3ll Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Ilomf-con 2, 33 l'ag1-aut 24. Northwestern MARION WOLFF - - - - - Wilmette "VYolfle" llovke-y 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 1: Haskothall 1. 2, Il, 4: Base-ball 1, 2, Il. 4: li. A. A. N. 'l'. 2, Star 4, tl. A. A. 1, 2, 24, 4: Fronvh Club 2. R, 4: Gloo Club Il, 4: Et'hfN'R 4, Humor Staff 4: Distribution Staff of News 4: Chairman Class Soolal Commlttoc 4: Sophoulorv Assembly: S1-nlor Asst-mbly: T. N. 'I'. A Il, 4: llonor Roll 1, 2: Honorable Montlon for llonor Sox-ivty 4: Treasurr-r li. A. A. 3: "Chlmf-s of Normandy" 3: Pageant 3: Girls' Club Soclnl Committee 1, 2, Charity Committee 3. w Northwestern ., 2 I . f- -'r-rrt ' . -f , .-.Hi J- --- ' . M 7:fL3'1x-.-,-H.-S-......4..,-W.-..-..M.. . 1 1 .,.. ,fgfiagiggsrgyj-.i Fifty-Foul' HERBERT WOLF-F ----- Wilmette "Wolff" lf'uullv:lll Il, 4: Sm-1-or 2, Il: N4-ws 2. Sl: IG:-lun-s lg Spanish Uluh 23 llnnwl 1, 2. Cl. 4: INIIIUQ' Url-lu-slrzl l, 153 Uounvilur I: .Mlvlsor Rmuu Som-vm' 1.12.31 Aul- vlsvr Klllllll llusvlrull l. 2. fl. -4: Anlviswr Ronin l:2lNkl"'lilll 1. 2, Il. -L I'n1l1'4'i1Ivrl HELEN WRAY ------- Glencoe "llellln1" Sm-1-or 2, Il, 4. Cnptauin 2: llnsclmll I, 2, Il: Swim- llllllli ll, 4: Rnskvtlmll 2. lg llainlmw 12 Allvlss-r Iloum lllliktqllllll :null SlYlllllllill1II l"l'1'lu'll Ululm 21. -lg Svrvlvv l'luln 2: Nm-ws St:llT Il, 4: ICQ-lm:-s Stull' 4: Vluss Sm-lul f'0lllllliItQ'l' 2, Il. l'IlillI'lll1lll 2: Ulusx Vir-v-l'l'vsi1I4-nt 2l1S0lIl10llllll'v Asxolulrly Fum- mlttw- 23 lvllllllvlltll' 1. Altvrmm- 11. lVvll1-slvy KARL YOST ------- Wllmette llK.yoOY NNVHIIIIIIII2 Il: 'l'r:u-k Il. l: "A 'l'h0llS2lllll Yours Agn" Il: l'zlg:a-:nut ZS: N1-wx Il, l: l'11'hll1'N -lg lll'illll- :ltlv Uluh Il. 4: Fr:-ns-lm l'lulv ft, 4: St:nup1'lulx 1. 2. Il. -lg lllllo- Clulu 23.41 th-olugy 1'lulr Il. -I: lllrnl l'lul1 2, JL, -l: Trl-Ship l. 2. Il. 1: linml ll lutruuulrzll Swlmxulup: 1, 41 lutruluurzll liuskvtluzlll 2: llvllilt' Ing: 'l'4-nm -lg VIWISS Country Run fl: Slllllvlll l'num'll 4. lla-lull JANE YOUNG ------ Kenilworth Ruiulmw lhlske-tlmll 2: G. A. A. 2, Il. ll Blush- Ulula 2, Il, 4: "Rn-st t'urv" 2: "Now llmly linu- !u1'k" 23 l'l'oh:lIlun:ll'y xlt'Illll1'l' llfilllllllll' Uluh 2. Il. 4: lllrvvlnr Jllllllbl' Urvln-strn Il, 4: Ulxristlnas Uilllliltil Il, lg Sa-ninr Url-lu-stru 2. Il, 4. Xullouzll l':u'k Svlllillilrj' MARIAN JONES ------ Wilmette ..,h.,ny.. Svuu l. 2. Sl. Nul'll:ws-st1'l'll GERTRUDE BEECA - - - Glencoe "Trudy" Vullvy Bull I: llvwlu-y lg .Mlvisu-r llmuu lhlslwt- lmll 1,21 lmlm-vnu Il: lluunr llnll 1, 2, Il: Christ, IIHIS Fllllfillll 1, 2. Wllllnul :uul Rlaxry Vullvgl- ELEANOR CLUTE ----- Wilmette Sm-1-or Il, 8: G. A, .L 2: lllrul Ululx 2. Iluxlllvss Sl'hllUl HAZEL EVANS - ----- Wilmetle l'ulsl1-y, l':ln:uln 1. 2, .. VERA GILLETTE ----- Evanston llnrlalu Illgh Svluml 1. 2, Il, half of 4: Girls' Ulm' Uluh 4. Anlvrlvnn t'm1x1-rv:ltul'y WILLIAM MARSH ----- Winnetka "Bill" lflvzmstnn 1. 2. I'lllVQ'l'Nlfj' of V1'l'llllbllI HELEN MYDLAND ----- Wilmette Norwood Park High Sm-lnml 1. JACK- REASNER - ----- Winnetka "Weasel" Sm-vu-r l: ll:lskQ-tlmll 4: Advisor liomn llalskvl- hull 13. ll: Advisor ltmnu llnsulmll Il. -I: Ili-YQ lllslrllvutlon St:llT of Nm-wap ,xlgq-I-,mtv q',,,,m-3101-. t 1 Q asa. an 1 .1 f-n. w-,ai Il.: ' 1'-.'ff:..' '1 i Fifty-Five .wgguxousw Q G A DOSE-? X ,Q V WNN Two M1195 QUTI4 A J LLY MS Senior Class History BY CONRAD DANIELS. "Xml only Ihr lrigfyfwsl. Im! Ihr In-sl" llaying alrvamly lnltillt-tl tht' lirst part ol' this motto hy vnrolling tht- l1irge'st lllllllilvl ul' t'rvshmm-n 1-wir 1't-vt-ivvcl np to our timv at Now Trivr, wv, thv class ot' 'ZIT, svt out to warn thv mum-. "tho he-st." Amiul our strangv snrronntlings wu 4-arly found comfort in our nvw principal, Mr t'h-rla, who also t'llIt'I't'ti w'ith ns to talu- up his mlntivs as superiatvnclm-nt. ldarly in thu sc-lion-l tvrm wo organizotl ours:-lvvs, and elected slnclvnts to load ns in our school activitit-s, Choosing as lll'0Sitll'llt. Harry VVilson3 V100-IJl'PSiIlt'Ill. Ruth llinc'hlil't'1 soc'im'tary, Alive- Thomas: and lI'K'llSlll'Pl', lloh Burrows, Although wo wow grvvn fl'tlSilIlll'll, wo varnoti our nalne as Now Trivritvs, Ill0lllilPl'!- ol' our vlass making hoth the football and socvcl' squads. onv hoy, .lov Palvtti, living c'aptain-oh-r't ot' the nt-xt year's sorcor team. Wv vixtt-:ml wholvhvarlvdly not only into athlvtics, but also into scliolistic' and sorial tis-his. many ot' as ht-ing on tho honor roll and nie-nilmvrs ol' clubs. lflspvrially was the nnmhvi' trying out for tho Glow Clubs and Dramatic- Club noticoable-. Un "'e-ln'11ar5' 29 ws- had om' first. introduction to Nt-w 'I'rivr's social lift: llivint-I a sm'rvsst'nl party. untire-ly ran hy the Class, to which a largv majority ot' the' class camv. In this yt-ar. the Simlcat t'onm-il was institntt-rl with Mr. t'lf:rk as tht- vhairman. SOPHOMORES. Sophsl Our rlass he-gan its work, setting an uxainple- for the frvshinvn, unfit-r tha- lvarlvrslmip ot' lloh llnrrows, prvsirlvntg llvtty I.awr0nc'v, vice-president: Natalie- Yonkvrs sm're-tary: and llarry Wilson, trvasnror. 'l'ht- Social t'ommitte-0. consisting.: ol' thx- 4-lass ol'i'ivvi's aml a l't'lll40Sl'lllllllV0 from varh advisor room, SllCC'l'SSl'llliX carried out thc- plans for tht- Sophomorv party. Wlliffh was woll attvndvd. lt was hold on Dcceinber 133. l"It'ty St-wil AM """"" ls 'gm aroma.-ygann ""' l' W" 1 3 Under the sponsorship of Miss Walker and Mr. Kahler, the class instituted the custom of class assemblies, dedicating their first assembly to George Washington. On the basketball floor the class was well represented, our lightweight and feather- weight teams winning the adviser room championships. Waddy and Josie, the famous Paletti brothers, were members of the school lightweight basketball team that won the Suburban League championship. The girls won recognition in soccer by tying the Juniors, then losing a hard-fought game to put them in second place. A new club, the Service Club, an organization to give aid and service to the school, had as its members many of the girls of our class. The Ornithologlsts' Club was also begun this year, the purpose of the club being to further interest ln birds. JUNIORS. Now upperclassmen, we elected Tom Copeland, president: Helen Wray. vice-DFGSI' dentg Harriet Mons, secretaryg and Walter Neubacher, treasurer. With the aid of Miss Payton and Mr. Snyder, our adviser chairmen, we put on a dinner dance, the flrst social affair of the year, that was al "wow." Consisting of a course dinner and a dance afterwards, a pretentious undertaking, lt was attended by most of the Junior Class. "The best school party I ever went to," was the opinion of all that were present. The girls began a new work, the. Junior Girls' Project, as a part of the adviser room program. Sponsored by Miss Payton, they compiled a bulletin, "The Standards Which a High School Girl Should Have." The boys showed up prominently in athletics, Tom Copeland being elected captain of the next year's football team. Four boys made the championship heavyweight basketball team and a like number the soccer and swimming squads. During the school year two new clubs were started, both of them being very suc- cessful from the beginning. The Geology and Scriblerus Clubs were composed of students interested in geology or in writing. SENIORS. At last we had reached the long sought goal, to enjoy the privileges and the prestige of the Senior Class. Fred Hoerber, one of the best basketball players at New Trier, was elected presl- dent of our classy Ann Lawrence, prominent in school activities, chosen vice-president: Virginia Bradford was selected secretary and Junior Smith treasurer. The week before Christmas vacation was reserved for a class party, the first of our many social functions, with all the decorations, refreshments, and dance music necessary to make a real Christmas party. ' Christmas projects: to help those in need were undertaken by many of the adviser rooms. The Tri-Ship Boys' Club, an organization taking the place of the Hi-Y, had as its president Bob Burrowsg its treasurer, John West, and secretary, Robert Martin, all members of our class. This club provides for a scholarship fund similar to that sponsored by the Girls' Club. The Student Council, with John West president and Martha Etzbach secretary. a group of students chosen as representatives of the adviser rooms to present to the administration student opinion and desire, has been complimented by Mr. Clerk as being a most frank, efficient, and noteworthy organization. Three debating clubs were established this year, the Senior Boys', the Glrls', and the Freshmen. . As a. result of the work done by the debating team at New Trier, there has been established the New Trier Chapter of the National Forensic League. The National Forensic Leaguecomprlses chapters in over a. hundred high schools in encouragement of debate. Election of students to this league will serve as a means of acknowledging unusual ability in debating. Henry Helneman and Rollin Slmonds were two charter members of the New Trier Chapter. Seniors were the backbone of the athletic teams this year, the football, basketball and track teams being almost entirely composed of members of our class. In a well contested hockey game the Senior girls lost to the Juniors, after having tied them for llrst place. Though the Senior' soccer team strove for- ilrst place, the Sophomore girls again defeated them, putting them in second position. With our graduation from old New Trier ends the history of the class of '27. Though our account of our deeds at New Trier be at a close, let her live in our memory forever as "Not the biggest, but the best." Xing 3-'T' 45.5-u ? '-,qaus4.ss444u:uu.aL44s4.s4'f4,-J.,1-.4a4aH,,1.,l,,,,.n,,, , H L 'W ly, 3 I V Fifty-Eight -5'4'1vx .L-A ' "' .v-,rg-gg. . Trophec For the Class of 1927 "Last night this township celebrated the flftieth anniversary of New Trier High School. We do them one better this evening ,in celebrating our own anniversary. Twenty-four years ago tonight we, with ninety-seven'others,.graduated from that famous institution. Sq far none of us have materially suffered from what we learned there, but we can only hope for the best in the future. "However, our interest is not in the past or the future tonight. We want to look at the present to see what has become of those who were unable to attend this banquet. Jimmy Strong has consented to show us, with his radioscope, just what each of our absent classmates is doing at this moment "While Jimmy is tuning in, we might become a ladies' aid society to look into each other's affairs." .. ., The President of the School Board sat down amid decidedly feminine applause. Not that the men had a grudge against Mr. West, but they were not given to gossip. Helen Wray, taking notes for the Chicago Herald-Tribune, wrote in her large, well worn notebook: "Mr. John Pesty West, President of the New. Trier Board of Educa- tion, opens the meeting at the very elaborate Class of '27 Reunion Banquet." At one end of the table Karl Yost was having a heated argument with Waddl Palettl concerning the censorship of newspaper humor columns. "When you play up all these golf scandals, lt absolutely ruins the game for the public," insisted Waddl. "When I get a good joke, I, don't care what it hits! If it doesn't hit you personally, why do you kick? You should worry if some damq doesn't like golf, just because I give it a dirty dig in the 'Slug o' Lead'!" Then Waddl gave it up'as a hopeless case. "By the way," he changed the subject, "Joe ls coaching football at Northwestern. The team's pulling out pretty well, eh?" "Yeah," put fn Pep Farley, "it certainly was tough that it had a slump right after that great victory back in '33." Pep wasnt worried about the Northwestern football team at all. He was swearing under his breath at his secretary because she hadn't sent the right kind of candy for the banquet. ' . Dick Macalister almost completely forgot himself and tried to sell Stan Sherman some life insurance. Stan reciprocated by offering Dick some stock in the Tennessee Oil Company After a long conflict between two crack salesmen Marian Page now Mrs B broke up the argument by bringing up a discussion of Virginia Bradford s book The Confederates Daughter It is an historical novel she explained when she learned that Dlck had not read it. It gives an unusually good picture of the times don t. you think? ' remarked Stan Before Marian had time to answer the lights were turned off for the pictures were to be flashed on the screen A ..,. . . . . . , Fifty-Nine ' ' Y, "These pictures," began Jimmy, "are just like moving pictures except that the events are happening in real life at exactly the same time. You must remember that, like all radio sets on demonstration, this one is apt to pick up e lot of 'static,' that ls, pictures which have no interest whatsoever for us. However, everything has its bad points." The flrst scene was laid in a library in Washington, where Jack Rathbone, ln Vice-Presidential obscurity, was wishing he were dead, or in Chicago. He did not even bother to make a. pretense of studying. The country could go to the dogs for all he cared. Little did he realize that nearly two hundred citizens bent all their sympa- thies in his direction. Then came a shift to Memphis, Tenness ze. On a narrow, winding by-street Parry Owens was wandering Ruthles ly up and down. Just then Junior Smith came tearing along in a high-powered, sporty red roadster. He stopped just long enough to pick up Parry and then started up again at a terrific rate of speed. At a query from Parry, one could almost hear Junnie say, "There's a peach of a girl'backl aways, an' I'm leavin' town 'cause I don't trust myself in her vicinity." Just then Fred Hoerber rushed into the room all out of breath. "I had one heck of a time convincing the wife to let me come at all!" he gasped as he took a seat near the front. With a great deal of effort Karl Yost succeeded in smotherlng several wise- cracks that struggled to burst forth, and the meetlng proceeded quietly. Jimmy then tried to tune in on Shanghai, where Adelle Savage was supposed to be teaching Latin in a Chinese boarding school. He had some trouble, in getting his station and chanced upon a small motor boat just off the eastern shore of Japan, from which Harold Spinney was fishing. It was obvious that Bud did not enjoy fishing. Every few seconds hd would look up at the sea gulls that were flying about. With remarkable control, he brought his eyes back to the water and his pole, where he felt they belonged. "Epinard" had been on an expedition hunting birds when some well meaning friends put him in a boat and sent him out to get a "much needed rest." Poor Harold! He, too, held the sympathies of two hundred people. On the deck. of an ocean liner speeding toward China, Mr. Kahler was stretched out on several chairs, taking life with perfect ease. ' "That," remarked Bugs Stults, by way of explanation, "was what the doctors ordered for him, after he had been Dean of Boys for as year. He hasn't fully' recov- ered yet." . Jimmy flnally got his station in Shanghai. Adelle's class was like any other Latin class anywhere in the world. Half the class failed their recitations and the rest dldn't attempt to recite. Just as the setting was about to be' changed, Catherine Bingham hurried into the room and held a consultation with Adelle. It was a great surprise to the onlookers to see her, since no one had been able to obtain her address. At the time of the banquet, in one of the great New York theaters, Johnnie Cogswell was playing "Hamlet." Though his portrayal of the part was excellent in the light of his former experience, the radloscope caught him at just the wrong moment. He had just fought the famous duel with Laertes, and both participants were sprawled on the floor dead. . 'f'iTfYYT'f"K'. f,..e- - j L Sixty 'ki 11 'F . 7 v--.-w-v-1-vb-ww-v-f-v-. ....,.............,........-.,....--.... ................. .-.. ,-......- 4.-ea-.s-ous.-fun... ln the basement of this same theater Bob Cressy addressed uncompllmentary remarks to a model stage with which he was experlmentlng. His sollloquy was disturbed by Dan Snydacker, who came rushing down stairs to inform hlm that he had blown out a fuse and all the exit lights were out. Theonly effect upon Bob was more remarks, this time addressed to Dan, who was general manager for the stock company. New Trier was well representedl ln that building, for out in the lobby sat Ralph Arnold, clad in a tuxedo andl gazing with supreme envy at a grinning, freckle-faced candy boy. But Ralph wasn't to be bored long. Some one jumped on him from behind and almost dragged him out to a waiting roadster. Walter Neubacher, Vernon Carlstrand, and Jimmy Tencher, who were already ln the car, made room for Ralph and hls captor, Jack Greenhalgh, to get on. They dlove over to the flying Held and climbed into "Newie's" plane for a "real" ride. At the other extreme of the country Marjorie Solomon was starring in "The Queen's Necklace" at one moving picture studio, while three blocks away Bob Nichols played the tltle role ln "The Innocent Bystanderf' Fate was kind to them ln letting them play their parts undisturbed. Back in New York, Ashton Hall was fllled to capacity. The object of interest on the stage was a small, red ball, floating out several feet in the air with no visible means of support. Suddenly there was a flash, the ball disappeared, and in its place were several butterflies, actually alive, which-yes, Rollle Simonds deftly caught and placed ln a hollow glass cylinder, from which. they disappeared altogether. The group of people at New Trier hated to leave this performance, which was being presented before the Society of American Magicians by the famous naturalist-magician. How- ever, they realized that there were several more people to look up, and the radioscope was turned' toward one of the big theaters in London. It was too late in the evening, for Ed Bauman had just finished his act. This had been the opening night of an eight- week run of "Clarence." The scene was slowly shifting around the world when "stop" rang out. lt wa Yost who had noticed a familiar person walking down a street in Hankow, China. The person proved to be Conrad Daniels, with a queer looking piece of mechanism under his arm. Conrad was headed for a patent office. Jimmy Strong was courteous enough to shift scenes, so that Conrad's invention would remain a secret unlil it had a govern- ment patent behind it. From there the picture moved to Claremont, Oklahoma, where a sedate and dlgnlfled looking man, Robert Burrows, was working in a. private office in the city hall. lt ls wrong to say that he was working: on looking again one could see that a copy of "Snappy Storles" was partly concealed in his lap, and he was more concerned with the magazine than with anything that lay on top of the desk. Bob had been elected mayor just after Wlll Rogers left Claremont. In a very fashionable home just outside Philadelphia Ann and Betty Lawrence were giving a ball in honor of Ruth Hlnchliff. Ruth had just returned from Chicago, where she had made ber fortune in hot dogs. On West Madison street, Chicago, there was a small, dingy shoemaker store. Way in the back, where it was almost too dark to see, a bent old cobbler was sewing some shoes. By careful observance the man could be recognized as "Hlc" Martin. A tiny, as as . liiilln lililikfgill rusty alarm clock ln the corner started to ring. Bob slowly put his things away put on a ragged old coat and hobbled out to the street. Turning into a dark alley he disappeared from sight. Where man could not see the radloscope: followed hlm until was no longer 'a feeble cobbler but. a tall straight man dressed in old clothes. On the glass door were the words ROBERT MARTIN Private Detective s Z he emerged into a brilliantly llghted, well kept ofllce. His whole! aspect changed: he Out on the ocean, far to the south, a. private yacht battled the terrible storms that ravaged the Straits of Magellan. This was not a steamboat, but a large schooner, pro- pelled entlrely by the wind. It did not even have the security of an emergency motor. It was manned throughout by Chicago business men who had all had experience ln sailing ships. The trip was a most dangerous one, but the men were willing to rlsk their lives for the experience it would give them. The ship had been bullt to stand almost anything, and the captain, Harry Wilson, though a lawyer in Chicago, when commanding a crew, "knew his stud." Tommy Copeland, who was piloting the Intrepid, had steered his yacht safely through those treacherous straits twice before. No wonder the other twenty-three men had great confidence in him. The scene again shifted to a telegraph ofllce ln London. From the operator's attitude lt was obvious that the message coming in was for the lady who was standing in the corner reading the "reward" statements on the bulletin hoard. When she turned around to receive the message everybody recognized Emma Rummler. A closeup of the message showed: "Will you report the Hague Peace Conference or the Roumanlan-Bulgarian War? Milburn Forth, Editor-in-Chief, New York Times." ? ill lf To which Teddy replied: "Ed, Thanks. Prefer the Balkan War. Much safer. E. Rummler." As she left the ofllce she ran into Louise Clabaugh and Ruth Klnne, who were touring Europe ln their Buick roadster. However, their intentions were all right. It was hard to get a picture of Seymour Burge, who was in South Africa. As the United States Surgeon, he was apt to be almost anywhere within a radius of two hundred mlles. At last the radioscope found hlm lost ln a. very dense forest. He was seated on a fallen tree tuning a small radio set. A pocket broadcasting set had been put up on the ground at his feet. All at once he smiled and started ton send a. message, probably an S. 0. S. call. Since he had communicated with the city, he would be sure to be found, and the group ln Chicago ceased to worry about him. . Kg-gases?-a-sf 591 Sixty-Two , B Uym. . -11-----5 --Q-gs-vupff T-irc'-1""-we ' iss? .i1fff""""'N"""""""" "' 'A' . - ' ' ??Y'FH147' FYNT1 liens! 181331511 -W e rr 'rr-' Football Scores. New Trier ...... ....... 1 7 Proviso ........ ....... 1 8 New Trier ...... ....... 1 4 Alumni ...,... 0 New Trier ,,.... ....... 1 9 LaGrange ...... .....-- 0 New Trier ...... ........ 7 Waukegan ,,.. ....... 2 0 New Trier ...... ........ 3 2 Whiting ...A......... 5 New Trier ...... ........ 3 8 Lake View ...,... ....... 6 New Trier ...... .... 4 . 0 Deerfield ........ .------ 2 0 New Trler ...... .... 0 Evanston .....,. , ...... 32 We are proud of our football team! They played clean, hard football, and though they dldn't wln all their games, they showed the rest of the schools around here that New Trier is through being a doormat in football. With the added assistance of Mr. Grater and Mr. Caton, Coach Aschenbach turned out one of the best teams New Trier has had for some years. Too much credit cannot be given to Captain "Tony" Copeland. Besides playing end to perfection, he was a flne captain, at all limes being an inspiration to the team. Hick Martin was a tower on strength in the line, as was Johnny Pope at left end. Red Howe, Bill Blow, and Bob MacNeille also showed up well in the line, both in offense and defense. Coach Aschenbach found an, ideal combination for the backfleld in Bob Burrows, Paul Jackett, and' the Paletti brothers. Joe Paletti proved himself to be a fine field general, and the defensive work of Bob Burrows was very remarkable. When Waddy Palettl got out in the open he was rarely stopped, and Jackett was placed on the mythical all suburban team. The season opened with Provlso, last year's suburban league champions. New Trier led until the final four minutes, when a fumble paved the way to a Provlso victory, 18-17. The New Trier points were scored by touchdowns by Waddi Paletti, and Howe, who recovered a blocked klckja field goal by Joe Paletti, and a touchback. An Alumni team was the first to fall before the Green and Grey. Although the game was very lax, New Trier won, mostly because the team was ln' better condition than their opponents. On the following Saturday New Trier journeyed to LaGrange and delighted all New Trlerites by bringing home a. 19-0 triumph. The Green and Grey played like champions and the victory was especially cherished as LaGrange had previously played to a scoreless tle with Oak Park. Waukegan, however, proved too much for our much lighter team. Without the services of Sweet or Waddy Paletti, New Trier lost, 22-7. Our only points were scored by Johnny Pope, who intercepted a forward pass and raced fifty-tlve yards for a. touch- down, Joe Paletti kicking the goal. The next two games on our schedule were won by overwhelming scores. Whiting and Lake View went down by almost the same score, 33-6. Paul Jackett made seven touchdowns in these two games and Friedman, Pope and Waddi Palettl scored one ap ece. On November 13, which may have had something to do with it, Deerlieldhhanded us a 20-0 setback on their own fleld," which was dedicated at that game. New Trier had been relying on its passing game throughout the season, but were unable to use it effectively in this game owing to the mud and rain. On Thanksgiving Day, though beaten in a slow drizzle, New Trier reached the climax of their season against Evanston, who claimed to have they best football teanf they had ever had. Holland, Evanston's big flash, was successfully stopped, but Levlson broke away- too many times and we were defeated, 32-0. Under the leadership of Captain-elect Bob Sweet the 1927 eleven should carry on the good work of this year's eleven. With the veterans Markely, Bennett, and Welnecke, the line will be exceptionally strong, and if Coach Aschenbach can develop a backfleld to take the places of this year's backfleld, who all graduate New Trier is u , s re to have a highly successful season in 1927. A new feature was added to the athletic program this year with the introduction of intramural football. Under the direction of Mr. Showley, six teams were chosen ln two divisions and a regular schedule was- played off. At the end of the season the "Nav " wa d l d h '- y s ec are c amplons of the heavyweight division and Illinois" won the lightweight division. 1- -. 1 Y , .. ,Am .f - - 1' UHEAVIES 4 - 1. "LIGHTS" Seventy . 'VTX 1-Ita? . -1, , - is .gialjgjqlf Q, S,. v. -F 'g,f?Riig'1fg1'U1W:3: lg' lj . ' ""'i4"I "il, A' '1 ' ' I FY' M ' if W 4 - - ' - ' .' " ' 9 ' ' c " ""f" "'L1J.Llif1lL1'L'.'1 W - lingual .hm 2161531 Basketball Scores . Heavyweight: Llghtwelghts v New Trier ......... 15 Lake View ........ 10 ESQ' gggfjjjjjjjjjt IjQ',1',fb,ffff,QQ jjjjjjjjlg New hier.. ....... 14 Lindbloom ........ 15 llllew grim' ......... gli ghgrzr ......... New Trier ......... 25 Schurz ........... .16 A QW fel' -"-'---- ' Y 9 'M' ---'---- ' New Trier ......... 15 Hyde Park ........ S N, T 1. ......... 23 E l l ........ 22 Ng: T513 ......... so wnnxlfflvgwllltl ....... 16 New TPM' --'-----' 21 Englewood ---'---' 32 lie-w Trier ......... Aleillllzllll ............ New Trier .,... .... 2 4 Whiting, Ind. ...... 11 -,PW 1' 91' -----'--- ' 01' on ------------ New Trier ......... 18 Alumni . ........... 15 ?1ZIZ35lS5'12131ZZ13i Qiffnsilifkiiiiiiiiiiig 13-w W-f .-----'-. 19 MOM ------'--- --14 yew grger ,,,,,,,,, E Rfergeld ,,,,,,,,,, New Trlvl' ......... 18 Oak Park ......... 19 GW PGI' --------- B11 92811 - -----4- New Trier ,........ 20 Evanston .......... 18 'V ' T l ......... 82' Rl ld .......... 20 N23 Ting: ......... as Frxglnirte . .......... 24 New Tm' -'-"--'- 26 Deerfield --'----"' 20 New Trier. .,...... 32 Oak Park .......... 15 New Trier .,,,,,,,. 30 Waukegan .-.--... -29 New Trier ......... 10 Morton ............ 23 New Trl:-r ......... 36 Riverside . ......... 24 ?'1233?i5S1Z2Z2IZ11?T5 552228252 Qiiifiiiiiil 1ieWT'ff'f --------- 36 Oak Park --------' 17 New Trier ......... 21 Deerfield ....... ...24 IWW TPIN' --------- 33 MONO!! - -.--------- 23 SGW :l1:l':9l' --------- gggkggaln ........ New Trier ......... 21 Riverside ...... ....35 .GW FOI' ......... V S OH ....... ...- New Trier ......... R6 Guruee ............ 8 New Trier """"' II Evanston """"" 12 New Trier ......... 21 Deerfield .......... 19 IWW Trier --------- 24' Deerfield -'-------- 14 New Trier ..... ....lS St. Charles. .....,.. 38 New Trier ......... 41 Waukegan . .... ....21 Listed above are the scores for the 1927 basketball season. The heavyweights, with a team of veterans, won the district championship and were also ilrst ,in the mythical suburban league for the second successive year. The lightweights, with almost an entirely new team, also accounted for themselves credifably, winning fourteen out of nineteen games. The heavyweights were captalned by Waddy Paletti, who starred at left forward. Josie Paletti held down one of the guard positions, striking fear into the hearts of his opponents with his deadly long shooting. Tony Copeland of football fame played his old steady game at right. guard. Though not a flashy player, he was always right there ln a. pinch. Fred Hoerber and Johnny Shelder were the other regulars, playing at center and forward, respectively. Both played fine basketball and were very valuable. "Chicken" Markely and Morris Nelson were first subs. Both were frequently in the lineup and when in always played good games. The lineup of the lightweights was never as set as that of the heavies. They were ably captained by "Bobby". Mills, who played a sterlingfgame at guard. Mcbean, at forward, was probably high point man of the league, having an average of about tour or five baskets a game. Whitaker at the other forward developed into about as clever a. lightweight player as has ever been seen at New Trier. Strong was a tlne man at center and Smith or Lundberg completed thd lineup, trading off at left guard, neither having a decided advantage. Owie Anderson and Bob Kershaw also often broke into the lineup. In view of the particularly stinging defeat in football, the three heavyweight victories over Evanston seem especially satisfying. The first two were easy, the 'score being tripled and doubled on these occasions, but in the district tourney at Waukegan we met mme opposition. Neither did two out of three wins ovex' Deerfield make us feel downcast. As we had won here and Deerfield had won on their own floor, the championship game in the district tournament decided the matter. We won 21-19. Freeport, last year's state champs, were met and repelled, 36 to 24. Oak Park, Waukegan and Riverside each fell twice before the battle ax of the Green and Grey warriors. Morton were our toughest rivals. We won a close game here, but they took an equally hard game on their door, and as both teams were defeated by St. Charles, sectional champs, the question of supremacy is yet to. be settled. Lake View and an Alumni team were the only others to beat us. The Lake View game was played after only three days of practice, and the Alumni team had an unbeatable combination of old stars. The llghtwelghts, though not quite so successful in their endeavors, also had an enviable record. They won flve pre-season games and lost two, one to Englewood and one to Lindbloom by one point. Of the regular games, double victories over Waukegan, Deerfleld and Morton stand out. Evanston and Oak Park managed to split with us and Riverside also divided the games, giving us our worst beating of the season. 531 n Swimming Team 'l'hv Nt-w 'Prior swinnning team was not as strong as usual this ye-ar. Tlivro art- two rc-asons: one that pravtico did not start until very late, thc- tirst ot' Ibm-vi11lwI'Z thc- socond, that almost all ot' last year's letter nn-n had graduated. ln spitv ot' this handicap. Voavh .lavkson sllmvvm-rlc'cl in building np a l'airly strong' twain, which was more' repro- svntativc ot' Nt-w Trim-r. Tho svnior twain lost only one- meet ot' ilnportancv. This defeat 0211110 at the hands of livanston. linglvwood, Morton and Maine also heat thv Gray and lllw-11, though thc' loss of the Morton nwvt was largely due to thc- ahsvnfw- ot' two ot' our host swinnnf-rs. P0110 and llolloway. Now Trier gave Ile-e-rtield two tronncingsg the first to the tnnv ot' 312183 the se-cond was Closer, New 'Prior only roniing out t'onr points alivach- Tho scorn- was 27-1231, 'l'h4- noxt victory for our follows was over Proviso. Thr-y won this :noe-t e-asily by tht- svorv ot' 48-ll. llarrison also was takon into camp. This tinw tho svort- was 2122-26 in our favor. Thu Oak Park nivvt was easily tho thriller ot' them all. Now 'l'rir-r had, ol' course. e-spvcially wants-d to lwat this tvani hevansv ol' the old rivalry lu-twvvn tho two sr-hools. Thoy we-rv not disappointml. Thv nn-vt was a tie, hut lwvanso Now Trier won tho rvlay the-y won thc- nivvt. Although New 'Prim' did not win thc- nlythical Suburban lmagua- c-hampionship, the-y 01-rtainly did all that Could ho e-xpovts-tl under tho atlvvrsf' Conditions. t'oat'h .lavlison also cle-vvlopt-tl a ntnnhvr ot' lllltl1'l'K'l2lSSlllf'll around whotn ht- van huild a vvry good tm-ani nvxt yvar. St-vonty-Two N R v I -Q if y..--st.. The senior team was eaptained by Johnny Pope. one of the very few men back from last year. lle swam the 40-yard swim, the 60-yard back stroke, and the relay. At times he swam the hnndredeyard swim. Ile was undoubtedly the strongest swimmer and made a fine eaptain. Bob MaeNeille was also a very good man. His event was the 100-yard breast stroke, in which he was clocked in the fast time of 1:18. l-ie made this record in the lllvanston meet. Burke and Cressy swam the 220-yard swim, in which they both did very well. The other swimmers on the senior teams to receive letters were Bennet., Ryerson, llolloway. Sheridan. Read. and Rich. The .lunior swimming team did very well this year, considering the usual dearth ot' material and the fact that all the juniors are, ot' course, underclassmen. Easily the star ot' the Junior team was Granstrom. He won the diving and the back stroke in nearly every meet he went into. At times he even dove l'or the Senior team. lie ought to be New 'l'rier's star swimmer in a few years. Springer, who is only a Freshman, did very well in the breast stroke and brought home a. number of firsts. Hunt'ey. another very good prospeet for next year's team, made good time in the 40 and 100-yard swims. A list of the Senior swimming scores follows: N. T. Opp. N. T. Opp. 32 .... ...., I Deerfield .... ........ 1 8 20 ..... . ...... Maine .... . 2-l .... . .Morton .,,. ..... I 31 25 .,... . .... Evanston 48 ...... .Proviso ...... ........ 1 1 34 ....... ...,.. 0 ak Park 21 ....... . . Englewood ..... 38 25 ....... ,.... B fiorton .. "T ..., ...Deerfield ..... 23 13 ....... Maine 33 ..... ..... H arrison .... ......,, 2 6 at 'i 'L t . . ml- .,.4, Seventy-Three I 'rf , 'iff' irc: K f A ,Fw -i JY.- Q xi' ' ' f-' . r 4 - WR Wfffsff F' Y 0. ,Am J'-ails. Y I SENIORS ' . vs., .1 .A 4 Q 5 .'. ' -f 'Til fait ,ij L. 1 f ' 45: Q a , Sv NS. , 4 Xi 'W nf' xt .,uv .-gin' "fi-U 1 " '4'fiz,W P' 9? P ' ,uxE ag I-k"'La,x.x 22,3 ,N . gg 'Q . A. E Kiwi Q' ,f JUNIORS .-,. . . .....-M..- 1. .mfr . I' 'J' Seventy-Folzr Ar,-" .1 . ,A+1"- v-leafs: wg- lu ,, fy. - 1 Il ln. u N, ,. S liEgllUiKll3?-'fgif T Track Many years have passed since the story of a track team last appeared ln this book. Though this is a little late forthe record of the team of '26 to be given, it is no less conspicuous than those of the other teams that helped make 1926 one of the greatest years in athletics for New Trier. Mr. Childs had just started track the year before, o when Coach Nay took up the work there were no veterans. Stover, Mills, Davis, and a few Juniors were all that remained. Nevertheless several men had developed into stars before the season was over and others were developing, into real runners. The teams were not evenly bal- anced, there being a. lack of field event and dash men. What there were won points, but there weren't enough of them, while the distances were taken care of by a corps of more than average runners. But three dual meets were scheduled, all the others being large contests. Coach Nay had three good relay teams. The mile team of May, Babize, Lange, and Stover was the best in this vicinity. The half mile relay was usually won by Paige, Stover, May, and Davis, who more than once gave New Trier the points necessary to win the meet. The Juniors had little chance to appear and most of their points were won by several individuals. New Trier surprised everyone by winning second place ln the Suburban League indoor meet at Patten Gym, with only four points less than the winner, Oak Park, which was Cook County champion. This was a good beginning, since no one was entered in the hurdles or dashes. The outdoor season started with a relay carnival held at Gary, Indiana, on a cold, rainy day. The fellows had become tired of stomping around on the small indoor oval and wanted to stretch their legs. They did this to the extent ot two cups, won in the mile and the medley relays. May, Babize, Brown, and Stover. walked away with the mile relay: Lang, Sheldon, Schmitz, and Mills won the medley race, while the half mile relay team placed fourth against a large tleld. The mile team took third place at the Marquette relays at Milwaukee. A dual meet was lost to Evanston, but two were won from Waukegan and from Loyola. Loyola, champion of the Catholic League, was beaten badly, but the Waukegan meet was close, being decided by the relay. Frank Stover was the high point man of these meets, with three flrsts in each. To put a climax to the great year of '26, the Senior team won the Penlathalon meet held at Provlso, beating out the Oak Park Seniors by flve points. Stover was also high point man of this meet, with points in the dashes, hurdles, and relay. Davis, Mills, and Stover won nrsts, with seconds coming from Bows and Sheldon. As it has been stated, the Seniors were strongest ln the distance runs. Mills, our dependable miler, was being pushed by Perry. Bud May was the leading stepper tn' the quarter mile, with Stover, Babize, and Lange right on his heels. Davis, who starred with the Javelin, showed up well in the low hurdles. Paige and Sheldon made fast time in the dashes. Seniors receiving emblems were: May, Stover, Babize, Lange, Sheldon, Bows, Davis, Forth. C. Older, Schmitz, Mills, Perry, and Bob McNellle. Frank Stover, because of his ability and versatility, was elected honorary captain by a unanimous vote. d Juniors receiving minor letters were: Wanger, Bartholomew, Cassells, Leach, an . Xl'E35?f"'!.!3ZYl. l n EVEN 'h "W f k if F H' F TT ' L311.- .. " Q, ' - 'Af' ,, A M V '-'f.,,,.+' - Nj-U1 ---' - 3--ll-iqM.-M:,,.nf..,.,...-U.. .....-,4,..,........u4. A M7 ww 'A+ , .112 -f 1 JOSE- mum Xxx' ,gli Y x L , JV ' X' A V '1' N 'li :A 1 -fl fl 1 - .......- ,. .,. A . , , M Seventy-Six W we-1 Coaches of Girls' Athletics . , , , . M-xx lru-r luis ztlxxatys lu-t-11 ttwttlltztu- In lutxmg splt-mlul 4-mu-lu-S tor ltxrls .-Xtltlt-tu-S h -1 " ' . . 'Ss lfugg. tlu- lu-:ul nt' tlu- lil'llill'lIllt'lll, Cklllll tml this xt u X gmup is ms tus plum Xlt tu N-xx lru-1' m l1II.m ll'Ulll St. Mut'y's St-luml in fiill'lit'll City, lmm.: lslttml. Nt-w Yurk tml luis. xxitlt tlu- lu-lp nt' lu-1' ulnlt- assistants. stimtllatttsl st grt-att mtl-rt-st in lllillt'ill'N tuuma tlu- girls, Nt-vt-1' lu-l'ui't- this yt-:tr lists such at latrgt- pt-l't-1-iitugv ot tlu- girls llliit'Il perl in :ttllle-tit-s. Slu- tum' is talking illl zu'tiw- pztrt in llilllilllili :tml 1-ivu' zttlilvtit- wurli . . . .,. . is tlu- 1-ltztlrmzuu ul tlu- wmtu-tt s IIIYISIOII in I llu-algo ul tlu- Nzttirtmtl .-XlIllli1'lll' ,Xssrwist tum :tml at lllt'IlIill'l' ut' tlu- l'lti1-algo lloc-lu-y Assm-intiu it l'mpirt-s' lizttim: t'nmmlttt-t- In vautst- stu- ts aut t'lllilllSlllSlll' lumlu-y playa-r, slu- luis aulmlt-cl at pxrt-ut tlt-:tl to tlu- Lfilllll tt lNt-xx ,ru-V. . ,.. . ,, . , - 1 . - m-:vu Mnrnml tulle-'v ul Miss ttrttlttlt. wlum vnuu- lu-rv lll lll3.I. sttulu-tl :tt tlu ll 5, L I'lnysit-:tl i':tilll'1lllllll :tml t'm'm-ll lluivt-rsity in Iowan. tm-zu-liing twp yt-urs :tt tlu- lztttf-1 pl uw- xxltilt- stu- ztttztim-tl lu-r mls-gr:-1-. Swinuuing :tml stu-1-1-1' lulvm- lu-4-tl lu-I' chit-t' intl-r s :tml slu- luis trxtim-tl lllilllj' Ilm- it'lllllH in tlu-sv sport:-. Miss iillllilllll mum- just this lust. yt-zu' trum INm'tl1w4-ste-l'11 lluivt-1'sity. xvlu-l's- slit u Itit-vt-tl nmny lunuwrs in zttlilt-time :tml svlmlnrsliips. lizlving t'1-vm-in-tl tlu- llrst lztrgt- tXt'l' lll't'St'llll'ti to at Wlillltlll :tt tlu- llIllYt'l'Sily. :tml tlu- lfinztl i'ZIllilil'Ill, givt-it tor spirit NllYll'l', st-lurlztrsliip. ztml attlilt-tit-s. 'l'lu- luu-lu-3' :tml lmslu-tlmztll IUZIIIIS 4-spt-1-izilly owe tlu-ti' 1-xt-t-llt-ut 4'U2lt'lllll1LIlUill'l', Alisa Mt-rrill. at lffflllillllit' ut' llrzult'm'4l .-Xvzulm-uty, mlm-s tlu- utllw- work ot' tlu- mlm-part uu ut, .Xltluwuglt slu- mlm-s IltlR'Uill'ililII-'I.Sil1'lS wt-ll iillt7Wll S4-xt-lltvx S1-xt-u :tml wt-ll lilu-tl by ull tlu- girls Girls' Hockey lloclu-y was u grvat Slll'l'l'SS this yvar, for 1-avh vlass was ahh' to haw- two tvanis with "subs" lu-4'ausv ot' tht- largv nunihevr ot' girls iiltrwvstvtl. Miss lloulton and Miss . as t'oat'lu's, taught the- girls to llllDl'tlVt' the-ir stick work and c'iir'oiiragt-d tht-in to play "rt-al liorlu-y." 'l'hc- wvatlwr, too, was in tht-ir favor until thc- tournanivnt lwgan, hut, snow only sm-i'vt-fl to uiakv tlu- ganu- more 1-xt-iting and thv hall a littlv hardvr to tind. For this rc-ason only one game- with each class was playa-tl. Fogg Tho girls wwerv vc-ry tortunatv in living able to use tho Indian llill tit-ld. The- turt' was in vxc-fills-nt condition and 1-vary t'a0ility for playing was rt-ady. A dozvn ue-w ldnglish lion-key stirlcs wvro purchasodand two dozen niorv shinguards, so that tlivrt' was no dangvr ol' living ss-riously injure-d. lloth lirst and svrond liockt-y tc-ains rvr't-ive-tl 4-nihlvnis in an assi-inhly. First, tt-ani vnihlvnis wort- tho usual gray and gre-on hovlwy sticks rrossod. with the class nunu-ral in thc- l't'lllPl'. St-coiul lt'illll mnhlt-ms xwiw- a gray and grvon c-lu-vron with a snlall gray ll. l1'oi'ty-sf-ve-ii girls 1'vct-ivvd the first team eniblvins and forty-two girls thost- l'or st-Cond tvain work. Thx- .luniors hroliv all rvvords and won the Cllllllllllfllltllllll this yt-ar, hilt adniittvd that the honor was not easily arquirt-d. Tho Junior team was ahly captainvd by Nar- garr-t Whitst-tt, and the other lllPllllJl'l'H wore: lf. llurnhain. ll. Gurlavh, J. Marx, li. Mayer. t'. llaldwin, IC. Sanford, ll. Holden. li. llornston, K. lioavh and G. Letlingwell, Thi' Seniors placvd second. Captainod hy Joanne llvflingwoll. Sophomore-s wore third under tho leadership of Ruth Johnston and the lfreshnien tlnished the lineup under Gloria Harrington. Sn-vviity-liiglit Girls' Soccer 'l'hu- c-lass ot' INET has tht- honor ot' lu-ing tho lirst to introtlnrv and INiIllllill'lZP the sport ot' sm-rm' for girls. Whvn wi- wort- l"l't'Sllllll'll Stil'l't'l' was lllt'I'0ly an vxpt-i'ilnvnt . . . . . . , x hat Sllll't' than it has horn zu-cm-ptvrl as a major sport. giving vrcdit toward ll. A. A., and having intvrvlass l'UlllIN'llll0ll as have tho othvr sports. 'I'his class has nt-vor ln-vn Slll'Ct'HSl'lll as t'ar as avtnal l'll2lIllIJlt7llSlllIJ is i'0Ill'l'l'lll'!l although wt- haw' roinv vi-ry rloso to it. All the' gainvs havv hvon rlosvly volitm-stvrl and tln-rv has always hvvn a tl-oling ot' i'UllAll'1'llIl'1' as to tht' winning lf-'2llll. Soc'c'r-r SUUIIIS lo dil't'4-r troni otha-r girls' athlvtivs in that it is no particular advantagv to ln- an nppvr- 1 I Y l'l2lSSlllilll. Thi- class ot' IJLSD has won thi- chainpionship for thu yvars thvy werv lfrc-sh nn-n and Sophomore-s. so porhaps 4-xtrvnw youth is an assc-t. tNo ottunsv nn-ant Sophoinorvsil Wh:-n wv wt-rv Sophoinorvs wt-, loo, gavm- tlw S4-niors a "run for the-ir nionm-y," That partirular ganw was playvd latv in Nova-inhor on a slippvry, nnlddy, and it-y tivld. Although it was a hiling 1-old day and playing was dit't'ii-nlt. wt' hm-ld tht l Svniors till the- last qnartvr It-tt. when, hy ac'c'idu-nt, onv ol' our own players, in di-l'0nding tht- goal, kia-lu-d tht- ball lwtwe-on thx- Se-nior goal posts and thu gainv cndvd 1-tt in favor ol' tho S1-niors. Uno ot' thu Illlxllllil'l0S whiz-h 1-vt-ry girl who has playa-d sown-i' at Nvw 'Frivr will always c-he-rish is tho pivturv ot' llvlcn Wray ol' '27 1-arrying thv hall down tho tie-ld fox , . a goal. "lla-llim-" is onu ot' thc- most rh-vvr and spt-f'tar'1llar som-4-or playt-rs Now 'l'ri4i has ova-r had. llvr c-oinhination ot' spend and brains has given hvr the rvpntation of ht-ing "as good a playor as any hoy, and better than most of the-in." We are sure- that sho will haw an important plaro in thv N4-w 'Prior "Hall ol' Faint-." Ilowc-ve-r, shi- is not tho only good playa-r thv class can boast ot'. Our tc-ains have boon good onvs and tho tm-ani work ot' tho forward line- partivnlarly is soinvthing to ho rf'iiwiiili0i'vd. th- :-rino llickhain, Vlara lim-llv Iinvk, Margarvt t'i'oc'ks-i', Magdale-ne Hanck, Ruth llinchlift' This ye-ar's linvnp was as follows: Captain, lflniily Ulaggs-tt, Mildred Arnold, Fa Bvtty ll4il'SCllilll1, livtty Lawrence. Mary Tibbals, and 1101011 Wray. Sn-x'vnty Nino Girls' Basketball Thr girls' lmslwthnll st-ustm wus at rousing slicvt-ss this yvzrr! Thx- hip.: and ntfw t'0zrturt' ul' thv st-arson was thv st-t ot' gztnu-s lu-tw'4-mr tht- lirst tt-:tins ut' 4-ztcll class and thc- tt-:uns ut' North Slmre- l'0llllfl'j' Iluy Sc-hunl. HUCZIIISU North Shrmrt- is our llL'iLZililill', and nlsn at privzitf- sc-lmol. this trivndly uvvnt was nrlrit-cl to our svltvclinlru Our soniors ztnrl t're-slnnvn wort' victorious, while our juniors, sophnrnorcs, and lnidgvts lost to their nppmit-lits. Again wht-n tht- juniors won the CllillllDlOllSillll ot' tht- illltll'-P12155 I0lli'llkllllt'lli. tht- st-:lsnn took on un llllllSll2li uspvct. The lll0IlliJHI'!i ot' thu cliztitlpioxlsliip tc-urn art- Al2ll'f.K2ll't'i Whitstftt, Itlvu Ht'l'llSiQ'ill, Gvorgiu Lcfiingwvll, Mubvl Andorsun. .la-un Marks. and l4'ltsr'm-irc-v 'l'ztylor, Four tt-anis frmn each class in addition tn two frm-shrnun rnidgf-t tt-zuns, we-rv t-hosvn from thu two hundred and fifty girls who rvportvd for prnrtict-. Itlnclt 1-lass tt-:uni pluyf-cl the- other classes twice. and vvt-ry ganw was inte-rt-sting and hurtl fought. ily ll systorn ot' points, the ranking ot' the classes was rlvtm'i11i11vcl. At thu- vlosv ut' tht' i0lll'lHl.lllE'llt, at haskt-thull banqnett was hulti. at which thv iirst tmrms wt-rv put-sts ot' thu othvr tt-anis. ilasketbull Olllblt-'IllS wvrc givvn to :ull girls who haul IIIHXUII in lill'0t'-i'0lIl'ihS of the' RZIIIIPS, while N. T. G. A. A. mnhlenis wvrth nwartlvrl tn girls who hurl twu illllldl'9Ki and fifty points to their credit. A nvw award, at stur, was pm-smut:-tl this yt-ur to girls who had 21 total ot' tive hundred points. .TQ L Eighty Girls' Swimming This year, swimming has been included as one ot' the most interestingl sports for the girls. Interest was tirst aroused by the adviser rooln meets. which took place in the beginning ot' the season, and which were t'or the purpose ot' selecting those girls from each class suitable for the class team. Each class had a separate day t'or its adviser room meet, and the ,girls were very eager to seo who would be selected for the teams, at'ter each elimination. ln these meets, the room which had the greatest number of girls out, received extra points besides those points gained by the swimmers. Miss Baba-ock's girls were the winners ot' the senior meet, having by l'ar the most girls in the meet. and gaining the most points in the events because of their number. After the adviser room meets, the tinal inter-class meet was held on Saturday night, March 5th, the girls being especially privileged in having the meet held before the public. showing that their sports, are now being considered as important as the boys'. The events and those taking first, place in each were as t'ollows: Plunge won by Jean Forest, 20 yard swim by liva Berndston, 20 yard breast stroke by Clara Grace VVray, Zo yard back stroke by Helen Lynch, diving by Lillian i,llSii, 40 yard swim by Ilelen Lynch, and lastly the ielay, won by the If'reslnnen. Tile Seniors were badly beaten by the other classes, the Juniors coming out on top. During the season, the girls also presented interesting stunts at a. few ot' the boys' meets. but in the tinals, the girls were assisted in their program by some ot' the boys and a few ol' the athletic directors. 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I1 11e1111 with 1111- 11l'01J10l11S 111' 11 P1-1111sy1v1111i11 D111l'11 1'11111i1y: 1111-11' 111-1-111111 5111-31-1-11 11111111- 1111- 11i11111gu1- v1-ry 1-1111-1'111i11i11g. 1C1g11ty-Four in' 5. 1 .v I -aftvl-,Ez .A , we Wx, .. .F L 1 1. .V .. 3 , rv-re , 'lEgl1Hulll3R1j3U ff' The cast of "Erstwhlle Susan": Juliet Miller CErstwhile Susanl - - - - - - - - - - - Marion Schumann Q Barnaby Dreary - - - John Cogswell Barnabetta Dreary - - Jane Philbrick Judge Jordan ---- Loren Converse - Abel Buchter ---- - Stoddard Small - Jacob Dreary - - - Emmons DeBerard Emanuel Dreary - - - Karl Karnopp Ramah Schwenktelders - - Ruth Kinne . 5 Herma Logan ' ' Edward Ryerson ., The Mennonites- 1 - Katherine Naper x , i Robert C.4Martin A V ' 4,4432 The Governor - - - Ralph,Arnold f 'V Absalom Puntz - - - Frederick Favor C The freshman-sophomore play proved that for two ignore years at least, Miss Stan- wood will have no lack of dramatic talent. The underclassmen, on March 26th, produced "Master Will of Stratford," an imaginative and- highly entertaining treatment of 'Shakes- peare's boyhood, written by Mrs. Eugene Garnett of Evanston. 1 - . The east of "Master Will of Stra.tford": Will ------ - William Gibson J Mrs. Shakespeare - - - Betty Funke Betsy ----- - - Dorothy Darby ' Queen Elizabeth - Mary Louise Cotton Lady-in-Waiting -- - Margaret Belote ' Sir Thomas Luey ----- Carl Hall Pedlar ------ George Cogswell Oberon ------- Dorland Davis Titania ------ Maurene Jones Robin Goodfellow - - - Wilbur Magil Witch ---- - - Jean Thackeray Fairies ------ Janet Shepherd Louise Hubsch Helen Smith Aileen Logan Punks ---- - - Paul Powell Burton Ascheim . Robert Pearse Robert Forster Two more plays completed the list of Dramatic Club productions, the traditional senior play, and one in which the members of The Players took the parts. Both were produced late in the spring. Without the assistance of the technical staff under the direction of Mlss Grover the extensive program of the Dramatic Club would be impossible. The stage crew, the properties committee, and the stage craft class have built and painted, sewed and scrubbed, invented and contrived to the end that the settings of plays should be ap- propriate and attractive. Properties Committee , Emma Rummler, chairman Helen Gates Esther Crabb Ingeborg Lincoln Ruth Van Steenberg Margaret Hubsch ' I 1,125 T I, g -, XL 2 Eighty-Five E-rn-1-r-wfonv0vrv-vNvvvvvrv1'vv'v'rr11lv1'v1'-ivv ' pgs...-unuhne-A na E , l'- 1: ' . rn-'1':n-rvfwvnw ---r--A"'A-:num 33.34 H. Stage Crew Erwin Meierhoff, manager John Fetcher, electrician Gordon Cumberland Stagecraft Class Daniel Bull, Jr. Erwin Meierhoft' Gordon Cumberland Edward Ryerson Margaret Callanen Jean Eddington Bernice Carlstrand 1 Dorothy Klunder George Belter Howard Zibble Hayden Jones Robert Cressy Katherine Naper Helen Bode Naomi Porter Jane Burrill Eleanor Clute Hal Burnett Mary Farmer I As in the past, the Dramatic Club owes its success to Miss Stanwood, Miss Grover and Mr. Van Kirk, the sponsors of the organization. 3 1 lil M, X953-.-s-?2'?s553f1 I Eighty-Six fl . fx 1 ,A ' 1 " 4-f"'?"' , , -mf -x 1 LCADTAIN ADDLEJACKI' X' Tl-SE-GANG-OF-4TLHEVE5f MAME-A 55-IOVV-OD FOQCE I' THEAMUTINOUS -DIDATE' CQEVV- " E12 STWHILE-'SU SAN4 BAP NA BY DDEAIZY JOHN 'COGSWE LL 'J U Ll E T' MAWONSCHUMANN XKJAKETBAQNABETTATt'gf-MANUEL." gE MM ows-De-BEQ1-w.o,JAm1.Dmuamcu, u4AnLKAauopp- zggyf 1 L - . . yr. 'Y V' . .. v.,- Iaglfyb ,J-Am., J New Trier News Editorial Directors-First Same l'l1z11'Io1lv ldrwin lCstl1+:1' xVl'igiliS0ll llurrivl .lolinstou Murjoriv Solommm llutll Kilim- lfl. SUXIIIOIII' iillI'gi' lilmmu lllnnmli-1' f'lllll'1lIi Dillli0iS .lzxvli iilllilillllll' ster Rollin SilllUllliS Dam Sllyrlzwlu-1' Stuart NN'vsti-l't'vlil Maris- Slum' Editors in Chief-Second Semester .lunv Il11Iln'ii'k In-un Yzlil , . 1. . . , Q . Editorial Staff .Inna .X.llm.m, lnlulyn llzllwr, i'm'vli:1 lizllrlwill. ii4il'll llmlv, .lzu-li iiililiil, lmrc HIZUISUII, 'l'1-il llur "oss, l , . . is nl'llllll'ii llurke-, Ilzll llurnvtl, Juni iilll'l'lii l'ri-il l'l1'u11n-1' Iluln it . 1 . l'lN'ill'1lll. Ruin-it Vrvssy, Syrlns-y Iluvim-s, lhwlzlml Davis, Ruth llmyi-r, til'Ul'g4' Kngil lfri-fl I"z1x'm: .Iumvs l"lc-ming, l"i':lnk ililc-hrist, iVi2ll'fl,'2lI'1ll Giiiiillll. l.isl11-Ill Goss, Imrntlix lollgli, liohvrt llzlrpi-r, Slvvi- llnrwoorl. llill iilI1C'ilillgS,.i0illl llil'I', .lurk lmzic-li, lic-nm ,nvgri-n, All-x NIZUXIIIIS, liolwrt Alurvns, llolve-rt Martin, Rn: Nifljll, Mm ivilllllllilll lintln-riiw Napvr, G1-urge IR'-zll'sr, l'rvstm1 R1-nfl. llolwrt Sznlilvrson. Curl Si'illliZ, Iimlli .1' Sl, i, ..,, ., ,...' . 'siinpwir iNilll'j0l'li' Smith, Murjm'ir- Solomon. Marie- Stone, i"l'2lllk Watt, Stuart XVUSIII lvlil Lino VVil in lli-li-I1 Wi IN l' I Yo l Yilgillil i,i0I'NllIl Ril'il'lIii iiU'4S1lll'lll i'l"lllllS ar s, ' z x 1 Xllwurtli, ll:-tty Ile-lirvns, Wzxlu-1' llurlwig, Viviun Souliup lli-nry llf-invmzm ll , . X ,. - . Advertising Manager Advertising Staff , 1 ....'i st sc-iiivstvm .I01'o1m- Springs-I 12ml SllllIl'Sll'l'l llc n l l.mlmil..l0l1n iilIlliN'I', William Kurtz. Loon llivkin-4011 l+'1'i-cl f'il'llllll'l' llrinm ll l lm llurlcr-, .lvalm-liv Nvzlli, liulwrt S2llllil'l'S0ll. . 's KililllW9iif!I'. Distribution Manager Distribution Staff L . 1 . VVvlmsl4-1' lizlll, J. liuutli. Y. l+Ivil1's, Slvvu llzwwuimil, .l. llill, J. In-zu-li, ll. Aiililllll Xlzm Mi-rrimnn. M, lmnl, J. Slivridzlll, .l. Strong, M. 'l'ow11svml. ll. xVl'llii'l', Bl. Wliitsi-tl 9. Vl'0slm-rl'i-lil, All,'X2llllilAl' Magnus. Business Manager Ninvty Debating Debating is an activity which has always been to the fore in gathering honors for New Trier as its record ot' twelve victories and three defeats shows. The debating teams tor the last two years have been no exceptions to New 'l'rier's reputation t'or always having a good team. llast year Roland Williams, Rollin Simonds and John l'anushka defeated l'roviso on the question ol' "open shop", while Audrey Rower, Gordon Rogers and Gordon lJeI.ay lost a close contest to Proviso. llenry Heinemau, Ralph lleineman, John Rodie and Karl liieth met ldvanston in a no-decision debate. This year the subject ot' Philippine ludependence was chosen. and because several schools wished to debate prohibition, teams were organized t'or that question also, forcs ing some to debate on two subjects. 'l'he teams began work about the last ot' January although their Iirst debate came on March 18. Rollin Simonds and llenry lleineinan, who had gained their memberships in thc National Forensic League last year, have given Mr. Macllean some experienced material, each being captain ot' a team. Seymour Rurge, John ldrickson, Sydney Rosenberg, dehater from last year, Frank Gilchrist, Victor llnuber and Karl Yost, gained their places in the competitive tryouts held in December. Ralph Arnold and Duncan Clark were added in February, raising the team to its t'nll quota ot' ten. 'l'wo managers were elected who made all arrangements for the debates. Fred t'hanner took charge of all the correspondence with other schools and judges. Alexander Magnus handled the publicity and accompanied the teams on trips. Due to these man- agers' efficient work the teams were relieved of a great deal of trouble, When this article was written, plans for a debate with the high school of t'lcvcland Ileight. Ohio, were being formulated, besides plans for a proposed tour in the central part ot Illinois, meeting the teams of Decatur, Champaign, Urbana, and other mid-state high school. In every debate Coach MacLean put on the platform a well trained team having a thorough knowledge of its subject. . f Ninety-One The Band Ont- ol' Nt-w 'l'l'll'l"S nlost wort hy or,-lanizations is its hand. The- group is 1-ompost-cl ol' ont- hnndrt-tl and twt-nty nit-ml-1-rs who play inusit- ot' a vc-ry high ralihvr. The- work ot' this group is sptwializt-tl and nnnsnal in a high sf-hool. Although at prt-st-nt tht- instru- int-ntation is not all that might he- desired, this is improving yt-ar by yt-ar. Tho tont- quality is A-xm-llc-lit as l'0llI'0S0llll'll in ovurtures played. Thx- hand has shown its unswt-rving loyalty hy attending and playing at most ot' tht- N1-w Tric-r football and hasketball vontf-sts. This splendid support ot' the tt-anis inspirt-s hoth playt-rs and spvvtators and wins tho admiration of visitors. The hand has givvn two conf-1-rts this year. The- purpose- of thc- first was to raisi- inonvy to purvhase a nc-w kt-ttlc tiinpani set. The som-ond was give-n with tht- hope- ot' he-ing ahlo to buy uniforins for tht- entire- band sinfw- thero wore- only sf-vc-nty-tivo suits for ont- liuntlrt-d and twenty inembe-rs. A third 00111-1-1't was give-n as a bt-ne-fit for tln- nnrst-s' hoino at Saint Frant-is llospital. Tho ninsivianship of tht- band is highly de-vc-lopod t-vt-n to tht- point wht-ro much six-tht rm-ading is dont-. Their unusual ahility is shown by thc- typo and nninlwr ot' solar'- tions tht-y ust- on tht-ir 4-oucert programs. Sonic- of those- arc- Vt-rdi's u'llI'llllllDlltll lNlal'c'h from Aida", lillf-ZRIIJS Hllfllllll and flll'I'llIllSfi1lN'C", Sousa's "Semper Fide-lis", and solc-Ctions from Wagnt-r's "I,ohongrin". Tlic-ir program also included sonic- liuhtt-r numbers, su:-h as "Indian Trail" by ll0l,3IIl2lI'l.Cl' and "Vera Uoncert Waltz" by Litligow. Crt-at Crt-dit is due the band itself and especially its erlicient and devote-d leadvr, Mr. Schumacher. Y I N W .4 M, ., 7- -5-1 1 - 1 ni AM, 1 ,-.,. Nim-tv-Two vu-v-f 4 1 t Orchestra Joseph Riddle - George Swigart - Florence Biesemeier - Librarian - - Concert Miester Assistant Concert Miester '1'l111 Now 'l'1'i111' sy1111111o11y o1'11l111st1'11, 11l1111'l' 11111 1111111111111 111111 111'tis1i1- 11111111-111111 ol' Mrs. 1'o1to11, is o1111 of 11111 S1'11001'S 1.r1'1111111s " ' 111' "111111 11111 111111' 1o Its 11111111- 1 11ss111s, 11 is ot 1.11111 11 . . A 11111's, who 1:11111 s11111111li1l 11111si1-111 11'11i11i11g 111 1111s11111b111 11l1'011il11 it. 11111 also to 11111 s1111oo1 tl ' 11 11111111 1.:1'o1111 111111 l'11111111ll1111X w11i1'11 11 s111'v11s so 1111s11111s111y. 111l1'111f.I 11111 y11111', 11S 1-111 11 1 1 ll 1 1 ' 114 111-111111-'1 s11 111111 11111i1.:111l'111 ol' young 11111si1'i1111s 1111s 1'1l2l1'111t11 lllllllj' 111111111111-1s 13 1 , 1 1ll10l'111'011l11011S. This 111'1'1'0K'1 1-11-o1'1li11111io11 111111 11111-s1111l 111111111011 11 " 1 '1 ' ' 11s 11111111 1:11i11111l only 11y 11111 11111'11. 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T1111i1' s11111111io11s 1111111 11111111 t111'1111 S11111111, s1111o1111, 1'1'1l111 11111 "M111'1'y Wiv1 .1l12ll1" by A10Z1l1'1, 11 191111111 s11i111, 111111 111I11111l'l'S. ov111't111'11s3 11l'S1, 1'l'01l1 11111 "Po11t 111111 131'21Si1111" 111' " " " 1111 1s of V1'11111S0l'H by Ni1111o111i, 211111 t111111, 110111 11 W11i111's "1'1111i11 Song" with s11v111'111 0111l'l' 1'111ssi11 'l'l111 11111si1111l 11I'0gl'2I111S t'o11 t1111 111'11111111i11 1'11111's plays w111'11 1'111'11is111111 by 11111 01'111111s- t1'a1, wl1i1-11 also 111111 ll vit111 1111111 i11 11111 11111.:11.g1111111111s o111si1l11 of t1111se 1'111.:111111' T1111 11'o1'11 ol' Mrs. l'0l1011 111111 111 SL1f'l'1'SS1'U1 11111'i11g the year. 11111111111 l111'1S1l11i1S 1'1111t11t11. I1 1111s 11111111111 V211'l011S 511110111 1111'11i1's. 1: 01'11l111st1'11 11215 11e1'111i11ly 1111011 most 111u1111b1e 111111 Nl1111ty-'1'11r1111 The Girls' Glee Club Q Jane Calloway - - - President Ruth Miller - Secretary-Treasurer What is niorv rlvliglitful than to listt-u to tht- vxfplisitv harmony and flowing nu-lotly ol an 4-nst-niblv ot girls' voit-vs? Now Trim-r has surh a group in its Girls' Glvv tlub undvr tha- supt-rvision ot' lVlrs, Cotton. Thv quality of thi-ir work varivs from tonvs ot' . x pow:-rtul harmony to thosv ot' ixquisite dolivacy. A spur-ial effort has bv:-n Illtltit' this yi-ar to gin- tho girls an opportunity for individual votwal lossons. During: tht- tlirvv yvars in whivh thosc' vlasst-s have bvvn offvrvd, tllero has he-vu a Inarkvd iIlt'l'f'2lSl' in vurollnu-nt.. Tho pupils studying with Mrs. George- Allvu are given instruvtion in toni- production, voice control, and artistic interpretation. This private- training has a lnarlivd 1-t't't-vt ou thv work ot' tho entire group. In thi- t'all, tht- girls, appvaring in thvir attrartivv unifornis. sang ln-t'orv thv Wil- nu-ttv Wonian's l'lub. 'l'ht-ir work in the t'hristmas ct-lc-bration was laudablo for its high i0l'illlit'Zli and artistit- standards. ln thi- spring a May 1-onvurt was arrangvd with thv orvlu-stra, in whit-h tho girls prc-sviitorl Vaudall's Cantata "Tho Lady ot' Shallott". This niusival Zll'I'2lllI-f0llll'llt of Tm-nnyson's t'ilill'llliIl,Z poem, with the hvautitul chorusvs and solos. niadv an unusual appeal to thc- group of parents and frie-nds who formr-d thc zuulivm-0. At thv party ot' tht- ill'2lIlH1iif' club gfivvn for tho musical organizations of tho srhool. the girls sang two vc-ry uttravtivv salt-ations. Such numbers as Wiodig's "Five-ning: Stair" and "Me-inorios" by Uiltilllilll have tirinly established the reputation of the Glen- Club as one which is capable of learning and intorpretating music ot' tho most difficult type. Ninety-Four Y mu fq K i ' 1 " 1 1 The Boys' Glee Club Ed Baumann - President John West - Vice-President Clifton Darling - - Secretary Thosv hovs who pnssoss oxvoptioiial voval talonts aro 0I'll2llliZl'4i in tht- lloys' llloo l'illil. Mrs. Ulllltlll has ftillllli a now joy in tho work witl1 tho hoys this your. "'l'h1- atti- t111l1- ot' tho H.I'0lIll toward sorions ancl illllilUI'UllS songs is spit-111li1l." Tho attontion paiml to tho illlk'l'lll'Ul2lli0ll ol' tht-ir lllllSil' as woll as to tht-ii' 1li1'o1'to1' is also an iIll1ll'0Vl'llll'lli ovoi' i'tll'llll'l' yoars. liy inastoring svlot-tions nioro 1lil'l'i1'11lt tl1a11 provioils clnhs llavo 1'Yt'll alt:-inntoil. this 3-1l'0llll is st-ttinp: ll now slanllartl for tho i'llIllI'l'. This your lilvil' lirsl ElllIl02tl'Hllt'K' was lN'i'4ll'U tho Wilinotto llotary l'l11h, I11 tho Q'h1'ist- mas 1'anlata. filllllI0li'S "St-ntl 0111 Thy Light", whivh thvy sang 111 tho spirit ot l'l'Yl'I'l'll1'l' whivh it illSliiI'l'S, inatlo a Illll'ii1'lli2lI' 1111111-all. Tho ontiro 1-l1o1'11s ac'4'o1npa11io1l hy tho llI'l'il0SlI'1l was Illlll'i1 L'l1il2l1lt't'li by the tinality and llowing i1lll'lll0lly ol' tho hoys' 1'l11b. At't1-1' a 1'a1lio lil'0QJ,I'21lll owl' WGN, tho boys assislctl in getting inonoy for tho svliolar- X M ship fllllll ot' tho lloys' Tri-ship t'l11h by 1n'1-st-11ti11l: ltillwrt antl SlliiiX'2lll'S Iittltlliill' optra, "'l'1'ial lly .l111'y," whic-h is w1'itt1-11 onli1'1-ly tot' l1lk'I1'S voicos. This owning al't'o1'1l1'4l lIlllt'il oiijoyinvnt lllll only to tho 2lllliil'lN'U hill also to tho hoys who took snvh an 02l,I'lil'2-li 11111-rm-st i11 tho prosoiitation. Tho ot'l'o1'ts ol' tho individuals who workofl so liard to score .1 s111'1'11ss woro woll repaid by tho results. Tho tvpo ol' Illlliil' which sooins to l'0Il4iiilli0 tho 2.II'1'2lil'l' part ol' tho boys' wportoirv is not llSlliliij' ln-a1'1l i'l'0lIl il high svhool orgaiiizatioii. illli inight Il10l'l' roailily bo 1'xpo1't1'rl i'l'0ll1 a vollvgo gloo 1'l11b. Two ot' thoir partiviilalrly ontslanrling llllIlliN'l'S are , 1 1 'Tho Rolls ol' Saint Xla1'y's" and "Rolling Down To Rio'. Undti' Mrs. l.0tl0n'S direc- tio11, thcy liavo clonv a Hllil'1lKiiLl bit ol' wortliwliilc singing. Ninety-Fivn V fn f ,. Z' -wr.- le. m.. A...,'. I - m.x.,Q,g 5, ,J Q Tommv' A 'KBOBQ 'T A 'Q 'SN- POPE: NEEX2 QW: 4 U aww A ,. ,.,, .,-, Q '.,f , 1 r .f-V' 55,-5 .xg IP it v..Jf.4A,.,lJ:ux5:xz.Ea'5ef1-zu?-4iskfvmvzmvffq- A Ninr-ty-Six 1 A QA f.:..:,1.,, QISQANIZAIIQNS lvxgyq . . , . .1 V . . .-"ms VV" +V' V .I que- gf ii' V fit N V . ' 'V iff? 'v f . -L. 1 -' I - KV I. Iii? 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'1'111- s1-1-1-1-1111'y s1-1111s A112 1'11-1-11 il 1'1-11111-1 01' 1111- 1111-1-1i11g, 111111 11y 1111- next, 1111-1-11111: 111- 1-1111 1121V1' Z1 1'1-ply 1'l'1ll1y. 115' 1111-1111s 111' 111is 111-11 111'g1111iz1-11 sys11-111 1111- l'U1ll11'11 is 111111- 111 1111 il 11'1-1111-1111011s 111111111111 111' 1-2111111 1'111' 1111- s1'1111111. Ni111-ty S1-v1-11 l -- - s- - 1 Honor Society lflaeh year. in reeognitiou oi' their seholastie aehievements, the upper ten pereent of boys and girls ol' the Senior class are awarded membership in the llonor Som-iety ot' New Trier lligh St-hool. These memberships are awarded on the basis ot' the student's reeord from an aeademie viewpoint for his or her entire t'our years at New Trier. The names ot' the members ot' this honorary society are announeed in a sneeial assembly to whieh the parents ot' the prospective members are invited on the condition that. they observe absolute seereey as to the reason for their attendanre. Thus the knowledge that they have attained this honor comes to the lueky students as a enm- plete surprise when they are ealled upon to Come to the platform and ref-eive the small gold pin which is the insignia of membership. 'I'he members ol' the elass of 1927 who have aehieved this honor are: lloys--lidward Baumann, Seymour llurge, .lohn Cogswell. Loren Converse, Benjamin t'rawt'ord, t'onrati Daniels, Preston Farley, John Olmstead. Jack Rathbone, llarold Sehaefgen. lleury Seal. and Rollin Simondsg Girls-Catherine Biekhani, Florence Burnham. ldstelle linglehardt. t'harlotte Erwin, Frances ldtzhaeh, Ruth llamburger, Ruth Kinne, lnex Larson, Ruth Long, Ruth Olson, Marjorie Reiner, Adelle Savage, and Margaret Stults. In addition to these, there is another group of girls whose averages were in every ease as high as those ot' the boys who received membership in Honor Society but were slightly below the mark set by girls in the Honor Society. For this reason they have reeeived Honorable Mention. These girls are: Gertrude Uevea, Louise Clabaugh. Ruth llinehlilT, Aliee James, Natalie Meers, Marjorie Solomon, Marie Swenson, Marion Wolf, ldsther Wrightson, and Charlotte Weinberg. Two students this year who have made llouor So-eiety have also eompleted their high sehool courses in three years instead of the eustoniary four, These students are Florenee llurnham and Harold Sehaefgen. Esther Wrightson and Gertrude lleeea who made llonorable Mention have also eompleted their high sehool eourses in three years. The members ol' the class ol' 1927 have set a high mark for the rest ol' the st-hool in seholastie standing. having made a higher average than any Senior elass in the history ot' the school. Ninety-Eight , -1 .-.-. - I 1 1-,. V tl -1' ' , if 5 t . .:, - WJ- - .-.xy ,. M T. N. T. The officers of T. N. T., this year, are Harry Wilson, president, Betty Lawrenee, vice-president, and Ruth Hinchlitt, secretary. lflach year the members of T. N. T. eleet four boys and four girls from the Senior class and eight boys and eight girls from the Junior class to membership in this organiza- tion. The students elected are recognized leaders in various forms of school aetivity, and are recommended by the Deans for membership in T. N, T. The members of T. N. T. try to live up to the name of the organization, whit-h is Tenax, Nobile, Truimphans, and do their best to make it something a student may wish to attain throughout, his high school career. NEW MEMBERS Seniors Franees Anderson Catherine Bickham Ruth Kinne Mabel Anderson Jane Ashman Jane Babroek Jane llurrill Elizabeth ltlberhart Virginia Bradford Ruth llamburger Ruth llint-hlift' Ann Lawrence Betty Lawrence . . x,.,,,,s .w,,,,.,., lx: l 1 .,.:, JL. .,,.,li,. Marjory Solomon John Cogswell Preston Farley Juniors Dorothy Hartmann Jane Philbrick Margaret Whitsett Steve Harwood Jack Leach Charles Markley OLD MEMBERS Ellllllll. Rummler Margaret Stults Marion Wolf lfldward Baumann Seymour llurge Robert Burrows -,gr f1JQf'.,g5' . :::f- J I 1, asm.: a.'au:.t.f-1-'-S4 Ninety-Nine Harold Spinney John West George Pattison John Sheldon Stanley Smith Dean Vail Frank Watt Tom Copeland Fred l.undberg Joe Paletti Rollin Sinionds llarry Wilson 1 , rf, The Girls' Club Virginia Bradford ------ President Betty Lawrence Vice-President Jane Babcock - - - - Secretary Jane Calloway - ---- Treasurer Ruth Hinchliff - Chairman Finance Committee Ruth Kinne - Chairman Friendly Committee Ann Lawrence - Chairman Social Committee Jane Burrill - Chairman Charity Committee Miss L. Wright ------- Adviser' For several years the Girls' Club has maintained a scholarship and a loan fund. Hy means of these, girls who have graduated from New' Trier are helped through College. lu addition to these funds, the c-lub also maintains an art fund l'rom whieh an original painting is given each year to the school. For these and other projects the Girls' Club has various ways of raising the neres- sary money. Dec-oinber fourth a bazaar was given. livery girl in the school eo-operated splendidly through the adviser rooms, and credit for the sueeess of the bazaar is due to the girls. Over two thousand dollars, the highest amount. hoped for. was taken in at the bazaar. . The lfinanf-e Committee was kept busy by the sale of hotdogs at the football games. by the sale of svhool stationery, sc-hool seals, and candy at the plays. The Friendly Committee and the Social Uoinmittoo gave a party for the Freshmen. a bridge l'or the other new girls of the school, and the Mothers' and Daughters, and Fathers' and Daughters' Banquets, besides undertaking other friendly and social en- terprises. The Charity f'0lllllllltPP sold Red Cross subscriptions. Christmas seals, and loealed families for which the adviser rooms provided Christmas dinners. The Girls' Ulub took part in a Girls' Conference consisting of delegates from nine suburhan high schools. Fifty girls represented New Trier, and part of the program was given by New Trier 2iI'lS. lleeause of the large sums going into the treasury, the club was incorporated this year. and is now known on slate reeords as the Girls' Club of New Trier. ..-....i L.. V. r One Hundred Tri-Ship Club Robert Burrows - - - President John Sheldon - Vice-President Robert C. 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'l'111- 111'11g111111 1-11111111i111-1- t'111'11isl11-11 v111'i1-11 111'11g1'11111s 1-111111111s1-11 111' s111-1-1-111-s, stunts. 111111 songs 111111-11 X11'1't' t't1111'2l11l111il1 11s 111-11 218 1-1111-1'111i11i11g. A11111111: 1111- N111-11111-rs 11'1-1'1- 111'. Nlllllitll, 111' 1111' 14r1111111y11 S111'i1-ty t'111' 1'It11i1'111 f'1ll1ll1'1'Q 1111-11 '1'l1is1l1-1111111-, 1'11111'11 111 N111't1111'1-S11-1'11: 111-si1l1-s 1111'Il1l1t'1'S 111' 11111' 111111 1'11l'lll1Y. '1'111'1111g11 1111- 1-11111'11-sy 411' 311: t'11'l'k 1111- 1111111 was 1111'1111111t1- 111 1111111i11i11g 11111111111 I11111'Mil11111, 1-x11l111'1-1', 11111111'111ist, 111111 S1-i1-11tist. 111111 g111'1- il 1111111 11-1'1111'1- 1111 111s A1'1'111' 1-x111111'11111111s. '1'111- 11111111-y 111-1'11'1-11 11'11111 111s 11-1'1111'1: 1111s 1-1'1-11111-11 1t1XX'i1I't1 1111- 1-11111 s1-11111111's11i11 1'11111l. At 11111- 1111-1-ting 1111- 1+Iv1111s11111 Ili-Y wus 1111- 1.-5111-st 111' 1111- 1'111b. '1'11'11 11111--111-1 plays 11'1-1'1- pi1'1-11 by 11111 1111ys' G11-v 1'11111 111111 111'1111111111- 1'l1111 1'111' 1111- 111-111-tit 111' 1111' S1-11111111's11i11 11111141. Witli this 111-11' 111'g1111iz11ti1111 1111- '1'1'i-S11i11 is 111'111'i11g il v1-ry H111-1-1-ss1'111 boys' 1-11111, 11111- ll11111l1'1-11 11111- JUNIORS SOPHOMORES Ons- HllIl4ll'l'll Two a-1' ' .mi '- .4 - A'a5',x,, He ," 'JF' - ' Q 4 f Q - fm ' . 4,-M M :W 2 wwf fl S 5, Q --.. 3. 5 FRESHMEN The Classes With ,lohn Sheldon. president: .lane llurrill. vice-president: Margaret Whitsett, see- retary, antl t'urtis 'l'athani, treasurer. the new upper t-lassinen started oft' with a nrontise ing beginning, Their Iinal results showed that they had fultillecl the expectations. The I'l'lllll was a great sueeess. The usual .lunior dances were also good. 'l'he .lunior Class st-ents to he strong on sports, having lnany inetnhers on the various tthletit- teants. 'l'he girls were not tar behintl: they won the hoeltey ehatnpionsliip, Aliss Maloney and Nlr, Vernon are responsible t'or a large part ot' the sueeess ot' the lunior Ulass. 'l'he ol't'ieers ot' the Sophomore Class this year are, George Brown, president: Mary Itllizaheth 'l'ownsentl, Yll't'-lll'PSltll"IllI Shirley ltoss, seeretary, and Lester UOIIIPP, treas- ll l't'l'. The lirst party was given in the afternoon, a llallowe-en revel. The second party was also original. New ntethotls were tried t'or tnixing the partieinants. Several adviser rooms gave stunts. One, esneeially, was greatly appreeiatetl, the "Fatal Quest", a short play. 'l'he Sophomore girls won the swinnning eliatnpionsliip, anti several ot' the boys were on the hasltetlmall sqnatl. Miss llurst and Mr. tlrinnell aitletl greatly in earrying out the Soplioinores' plans. "'.,,.. , .. , w,.,,,. lhis yt at tha lf'ieshtn.tn t lass leainetl the ways and tratlitions ol' New 'l'rier quit-kly 'l'itn llit-las was eleetetl president when George lflaton, the original presit , ' lent lett school. The riee-presitlent was lieth Brower: Isabel Mac-alister was secretary and Arthur lllaelntosh, treasurer, With the aid ot' Miss Priee and Mr. llerron these ottieers letl the elass through a strenuous anti enjoyable year. l'hetr hrst class party was a eireus, where eat-li adviser rooin furnished a stunt or at sitle-show. 'l'ltere were teroeious 'lllllll21l9 oran 1 xo ' -'- - ' nt ' - . , . ., . gt 1 p. and fury other requiretne tor a "real t-irt-us. Their other party was also suet'esst'ul, Une lluntlretl 'l'l1ree JUNIORS SOPHOMORES Um- llumlrf-ml Four FRESH M EN Honor Groups Those who have made the honor roll four months out of the first. tive have been tliviuierl into the several m-lass groups. The seholarship of these groups is proportionately high. lt is a great honor to make these groups as they are, in truth, the honor soeiety ol' the three lower elasses. The .lunior girls who made the .lunior llonor group are: Jane l'hilbriek, .lean Marx. I"lo1-enee Taylor. llelen Gates, Aliee Adhner, Nellie Louise Weil, Mary Lennon, Winifred llerglnntl, Anne l,arner and Betty Brown. The boys who have also lllH.lllUlillC!l a high seholarship are: Dean Vail, Stoddard Small, Frank Gilehrist, Arthur Van Dcursen, David Wanger, George Pattison and Peter Wagner. The Sophomores attained high ranking in the honor groups. The girls who won this honor are: .lanet Marshall, Virginia Taylor, Ruth Drayer, Alice Schirinian, Annie Maellonahl. Margaret Gordon and Lottie Keunkele. The boys are: Roy Wileox, John lfetelier, l'aul Smith, Dorland Davis, George Brown. William Gibson, Robert Marcus, Maxwell Suess and Morton Mergentheim. The I"reshman girls are: Dorothy Darby. Anne Sherwin, Dorothy Bersch, Harriet Williams. Betty Bayliss. Louise llubseh, Gene Fatldoek, Mary Keith, llelen Bosley, Mary Geil and lflrnestine Hermann. The Freshman boys are: Paul Powell. Robert Forster, Tom Hicks, Theodore Dc-lang, Phillip Brooke, Albert Bowes, William MeAllen and Robert King. Une llunwlrerl lflve i Music Club Frances Anderson ---- - President George Swigart - Vice-President Alice James - ---- Secretary Stanton Fetcher ---- Treasurer Harriet Mons - - Chairman of Social Committee John Olmsted Chairman of Membership Committee Mrs. Cotton ------ Faculty Sponsor The Music- t'lnb, one ot' the most aetive ot' the many elubs at New Trier, is made up of forty-live ot' the musieal people who have tried out before a group of student judges. The members are ehosen mostly tor the musieal ability they display. although upper elassmen have preferenee over lower classmen. Enough are ehosen in these tryouts, whieh are held early in the fall, to till the vaeaneies lei't by the graduating.: elass, and to keep the number of boys and girls about even. The elub meets every other Thursday a,t't,ernoon at four o'eloek at the home ot' some inember. Every member must attend each meeting, or present a good exeuse i'or his absenee: it' not, he is dropped from the elub. The programs are oi' two distinet types. At one meeting the program is given entirely by members, and is ealled the student program. while the next is given by two people, either elub members or others interested in the elub who are especially talented. This is called the artist program. The pro- zrains are well divided between solos, duets, trios. and the like, and between piano, voiee, and instrumental numbers, so that every one gets a ehauee to perform onee a year. After the program refreshments are served, and a general soeial time ensues. The elub also has fifteen associate members, who come to the student programs, and who, although not as musical as the others, are enough interested in musie to eome and listen to the programs. The elub has many interesting events durinz the year, one of whieh is a dinner. This year they gave a dinner dance in March in the Mess llall, and a meeting to which all the parents were invited. One Hundred Six 1- lo 1 J ' . A V I A ..: V ,T f v---.-ff A" " V- -- .f Junior Music Club Charlotte Erwin ------ President Madelon Beall - Vice-President Florence Taylor - - Secretary Charles Hubbard ---- Treasurer Marion Bent - - Chniiman Social Committee Rose Flentye - - Chaiman Program Committee Miss Adelaide Jones ---- Faculty Sponsor The Junior Musie Club is a new organization, just started this year. Tryouts were held in November, 1926. to ehoose members. Only those musieal students who are not members ot' the Senior Music' Club are eligible. 'l'he membership is limited to thirty- two. There are no assoeiate members. but a waiting: list was ehosen from those who tried out in order to till any vaeaneies whieh might oem-ur. Ally one who is absent twiee without a very good reason is dropped t'rom membership. The elub feels that any one who is not interested enough to eome when possible or give an exeuse if necessary, should not he a member. The purpose ot' this elub is to give students who are not skillful enough to he ad- mitted to the Senior Musie Club, espeeially underelassmen, a ehanee to perform before audient-es and take an at-tive part in a musical or,':anization. Mrs. Cotton has promised that in ehoosinf: members t'or the Senior Mnsie Club those who have been in this eluh will be given preterenee over those who have not. Miss Adelaide Jones, a member ot' the New Trier music department, is the faculty sponsor. She has done a great deal towards making the elub a sueeess. Miss Weinman, another from the New Trier faeulty, is a member. Meetings are held at the homes ol' ditierent members the third Monday in every month. Progzrains are furnished by members, ol' the elub, about tive eaeh time. Each program eontains some piano, some instrumental musie, and usually some singing. The viee-president, Aladelon lieall, works with the l'll2llI'll1Zlll ol' the program eommittee. The soeial ehairman was appointed by the oltieers, ller eommittee is not permanent, but she ehooses ditTerent people to help her eaeh time, as preparing the refreshments, whieh is their main job, involves eonsiderable work. and it would not be fair to make the same people do it eaeh time. Another year there will probably be a membership committee. but there was no need ot' one this year. This elub, although so new, is already a well established omanization, and just as much a part. ot' sehool life as the older Music Club. . f,.a .Y , . .f One Ilundred Seven Le Cercle Francais Frances Etzbach - President Seymour Burge - Vice-President Ruth Kinne - - Secretary John Cogswell - - Treasurer M. Glace - - Faculty Sponsor 1,1- 1'1-r1'11- F1'21111'211S 1111s j11st 1-1111111 111 thc- 1-losv 111' its 1-11111111 S1ll'l'1'S141'l11 yL'2l1' si111-1- its 1'f'01'H1111lZiltlUl1 111 111151, 1111111-1' 1111- 11111111111- g11i1111111-1- 111' A1111lS1l'1l1' 111111-1- 111111 1111- 11t'1'i1-1-rs 111' 1111- 1'l1111. v 1 - 1111- 1l11'l'f1111-IH 111111- 111111'1- 1111 1111- se-1-111111 211111 t'11111'th W1-11111-s1111ys 111' 1-111-h 1111111111 111111 111'1- 1:iv1-11 11v1-1' 111 1111111y 1-11j11y111111- 1-1111-1't11i111111-nts. 111- 1'1-1'1-11- F1'11111'11is 112111 s1-1'1-1'111 i1111-1-- 1-sting s111-11111-rs, 1111111111: wh11111 was M1111111111- 1YA111111'i1-11111'1, 1111 111-11-1-ss 111 111111 111111- 111111- 1111.1 111 Hrlxlll' 1i111111w11y 1101111" 111 1111- St1111111111111-1' T111-1111-1' 111 1'hi1'11g11. S111' s1111k1- 11111st 1-1111-1't11i11i111:1y 111' 111-1' 1-xl11-1'i1-111'1-s i11 1111- 11111vi1-s. A1111t111-1' 1-1111111-111 s111-11111-1' wus 511111si1-111' 1'1111111-, who 111111 11s his s1111j111't "'1'111- 11ist11ry of Furs". ffll 1+'1-111'11111'y 211 was giv1-11 11111 se-1-01111 11111111111 M111'11i Gras, 111111-11 11'11s 1-1-11-111'11t1-11 111 tl'111- 1"1'1-111-11 1.1181111111 with 1111t111't11i11111e111t s11it1'11 111 t111- 111'1-11si1111 111111 1111i11111- 111-1'111'11ti1111s W1l11'11 t'111'1111-11 1111 i11111111't1111t t'1-11t111'1- 11t'th1- 111'11z1'11111. 111-si111-s 1111- 11s11111 s1-1-111-1111111-, 1111-1-1- 11'1-1'1- 1'111'111V1ll 1111s1-s, llillifxl' 112118, 1111111-1'11s, 211111 111111111111s. At 1111- 11t'g11l111l1j.'f 111' 1111- M111'11i 111'11s. Z1 kill!! 111111 11111-1-11 w1-1'1- 1-1111s1-11 to 1'1-i,-:11 11v1-1' 1111- t'11sti1'i1i1-s. This y1-111"s A1111'11i 111'11s 1'1-111-1111-11 1111- s111'1'1-ss 111' 11111 first 01111, 11111011 t1111k 11111111 111st y11111'. As 111111 111' 1111- 1-h111'ity 111'11j1-1-1, 1,11 1'1J1'1-11- Fl'Hl11'211S g1-,v1- Rl llil1'1j', F1-111'11111'y 4, 1111- 1111- DUNS ill A1'111-11 Sh111'1-. A short 1l1'0gI'2lII1 111' songzs 111111 1111111-1111: wus g1Yl'l1. 11t'11-1' 11'hi1-h 1'1-t'1'11:-1111111-111s wore- s1-1'v1-11 111111 1111- boys 1-11t1-1'111i111J11 their 11111-sts with 11 si111i1111' 111'11g1'11111. 111- 1'1-1'1-11- F1'11111'11is is 21 1-11111 t'111' st11111-111s in 1111- F11-111-11 111"l12l1'11111'I11 11111y, 111111 1111s 1111111-111 N1-w '1'1'i1-1"s 11'1111iti1111 t'111' 12111111 51-11o1111'ship by 11111ki111: 1111- 1110111111-1's11i11 1'1-1111irc- 1111-111 21 1'011S1S1l'lll 15 grade ill 11'1'Q111-11, , .... ,,.--,.-...,1,:.1, ,1 Y .4 4 -A M . A ,QL Wg , 0111- 1I1111111'1-11 Eight Der Deutsche Verein David Frankel - President Helen Gerlach V --4- Vice-President Harold Schlueter Acting President and Sec'y-Treas. Betty Behrens ---- Social Secretary lllli Wlllilll Nvair IEILIHZT, thv thiril yi-:ir ol' siii-rvssliil uvtirity ini tho purt nt' thv ' V . ' ' ' 'a .' ' ' ' .' iis rirr. llnilvr thi- L'lllllllHl2lSlll' lv'ulm'- t.iini.in tlnii. nmiliiil .in nnlioit nit stfiu in itsl I A 1 Sllll' Ul Its Villlilllli- ot'I'ii-vis, tht- Fvglllill' ine-citings in-1-ziiliv llll'l'l'ZlSllll.flj' intvrf-sting and Sllllllllillllll-I, :intl :i plain wus :nloptvil to zivv ai clvlinitt' tiiije-vtivo tn tht' work nl thi- 4-lnh. ll wus ilu-iilt-il tn i-ullt-vt ai Gvrniani lihrnry l'0lll2llllillg vlussivs to si'l'vi- us ii H0lll'K'l' nl' tiiitiwtziiiiiiii-iit :intl inspiration to those iiiti-iwstm-fl in tho rivh lit-lil nt' UOYIIIZIII lll1'l'RlllI'4'. In in'tlvr ln St't'lll'l' tnnils for this. the rluh nntic-rtook thi- most pri-te-ntions vntr-rtziiir nivnt ot Its lirivt' vxistviii-t-. This was zi "Wi-ili1iz1i'litst'vst" hvltl Us-1-1-iiilwi' 17. 'l'ln'ough IIN' Slltltlvstimis :intl hairtl work nt' tho nn-inliors, some ol' whom hzivi- livvil in tlvrinainy. thi-rv wus inipztrti-il to thi' "Ft-st" an 2llIll0Slilll'l'O ilislinvtly Gernianii-. Tlmso who zit- tunili-il hui thv iwirilogo ot' living taikvn ovvrsvus and ot' dining in zz wiliilal' Gvrinzin "Wzi,lili'vst:inraint". Sl'Yt'l'1ll ol' tho alnnini. who werv pri-sent, i'lll'0lll'llg01l thv vlnh in its " " z 'f.'.'vd thvir s:itisl'at'ti0n at thv intvrvst ilisplziyt-il hy tht' ttltnts tu iniy on incl ixpiiss lllt'llllN'I'S. Thi- 1-lnli l'0lt that its lirst 1-l'l'0l't to givv 21 "Fc-st" on u lairgv si-ale was at Slll'l't'SS, At tht itgnlur nn-i-tini:s ot' thv Vt-rvin, the- im-nilwi's try to l02ll'll us ninvh :is possibil- illllllll Gl'l'lllllll litv :intl lllUl'Zlllll'l' unil to se-i'ili'e' 1n'nc'tii'v in c'0iivoi's:iti011. FI'l'llllK'lllly llivri- art- liI'0?.Zl'2llllS whit-h are ot' nnnsnzil nn-rit. This is allways thv vnsv when Mr. . llililohmncl .ulilrt-sst-s tho vluh. This yvur, his illnstrzltvti talk on his trip through tml'- lllillly' zimtisml thv lu-1-nvst intvrvst. The 1-lub also greatly t'llj0yl'Il Miss Mivkm-y's lnnsivzil lll'Ulll'ilIll, lwrlniiis tht- nmst lwillllllllll of the yvar. IM-r lk-iitsvliv Ycri.-iii tm-ls that this has lwvn one of thi- hi-st yi-urs ot' its history. Uni- Hundred Nine r. ,. G. A. A. Betty Horseman - President Jeanne Leffingwcll Vice-President Clarabelle Buck ------ Treasurer 1111- 1.1r1s A111l1-111- Ass111-121111111 has 111z1111- this v1-:ir 11 1:11-1111-1' s111-1-1-ss 1111111 1111v 01 its 111'1-vi1111s 0111-11. A 1 X1 1111- li1's1 Il1t'1'1lIl1.1 111' 1111- y1-111' it was 111-1'i111-11 111 5:i1'1- 1111- se-1'111111 11-11111 1-1111111-111s 11111 111 11'11'1- 11111-s 111' 1111-1111' 1iv1 1-1 111s 21 il'11l1'41f1' 1 . - ' ' 1 '. ' iill'l'1' 11'1-r1- 9l'Vt'l"1l 111-11' 1'1-'1111r1-s this V1"1I' 111 ' ' ' . . . . . , . 1- 2lHS1'1ll11lj' 1111' :1w:11'111111:111 1-1111111-111s: 1111- s11I.1s11 11.111y, 11111111 1111 h1111111s 1..111- 1111 1111- 111111-1-1111111 'llltl Nl111'l1l h1111r1- girls' 'lllll 1111- 11111-1's1'l111lz1s1i1' 11111111-s with 111111-r s1'l11111ls. . 1 A .,1 1111- l111sl11-1111111 11111111111-1 was gre-zitly 11111111-ciz111-11. 141211211 1-lass 11-11111 111111 its 1:11111- 111-1-111.111-11 111 1lli'f1'1'l'1l1 1-11l111's. '1'l11- 1111111-s vie-11 with 1-211-11 111111-1 111 1111- 1'11l0l'S 111' 1111- 1111111111113 'I'l11- 11ll1'lll1Hl' 111' 1111- Girls' A1hl1-111' 1'111111-st is 111 1'lll'0llI'Q1Hl' 111111'1- girls 111 1111 11111 1'11r 1111 Y211'll11IH sports. M11r1- 1111111 hull' 111' 1111- girls tziliilig fllylll 111111111-11-11 111 s111111- 11111si111- 111111111 111111 " ' ' - ' 1-st. ll11-s1- 11f.flll'1'S show just how 11111011 has 111-1-11 111-1'1111111lisl11-11 hy 1l1is 1-11111. '1'114'll 1-z11111- 1111- i11i1iz11i1111, 111' 1-11111's1- 111111 is Z1 his l'VC'll1 111' 1111- y1-1112 A110111 11111- lll1ll1lI'1'tl illlti IiI'1y girls w1-1'1- i11i1i1111-11 111 this 111111-. Al'ik'I'WllI'1lS 1111- Ellllllllll 11i1-11i1- was 111-111 1111 1111- s1-1111111 :r1111111ls. 'l'111- S1l1'1'1Z1l :1ss1-111l1ly fur 1111- 2lNYill'l1lllLZ 111' 1-1111111-111s 111 1111- girls' 11111-ke-y 111111 H0t't'1'l' 11-:1111s was 111-111 l11-1Az111s1- 1111- z11l111i11istrz11i1111 1'1-11 111:11 1111- girls' sports 111111111 10 111- r1-1-- 11g11iz1-11. 'l'l11- G, A. A. is 1l11i111.: its hit 111 1-s1z111lisl1i11g frie-111111111-ss botwee-11 1111- girls 111' N1-w 'l'l'11'1' 111111 111' 011lt'l' s1'l11111ls. 'I'111- Splash l1lll'ly wl1i1-11 was gin-11 111 Luke- N1-w '1'1'11'1' 11':1s 1'11ll1111'1-11 hy 11 11-11 i11 1111- 1111-ss 111111. The- i1111-rs1-11olz1s1i1- 11211111-s also 111111111111-11 this 1'1 l'1lll 'L' 1 This j'1'21l' 1111- Girls' .'xill1f311f' Assoc-i:11i1111, llllfllxl' 1111- 11-11111-rsliip 111' its 1111i1-1-rs 211111 1 Mus ltflpl-111. 1111s 111-1'1111111lis111-11 111111111-1's. illlt' l111nr1r1-fl '1'f-11 -a X, 3:1 3 A A x 4, J' UNCLE-JOHN SMILE-S ,y . is-' . x - m-naw-WN" x v . I i I -A f fi ' 5 , f 12 ,f- , Y 4 pg 25 ' ' Q -:HW W, mfs- zmliwv HEAVY ??? 5wser MeMomsS' V3 Qin ???'???vv INNOCE-NCP HE4 ME-N . 5 .f b,L nw v MARIUEDYP WNATSQWQUNG2 S , ZA -515' S Inq. Q :Z I WQ , ' . uf' TAKE Egg! 9. ,, ., K N ..,.Q,,n-,.., v- --H4--1'-Q, f----3..,,,,7:!,,.,. , ii Y.. i 1 .3 5' J! .Q ,.....,,'L...,,fA , ':.1 .1-vgW rv fr. The Scriblerus Club Seymour Burge - - President Rollin Simonds - Vice-President Jane Philbrick - - Secretary Mr. Pifer 1 Miss Wilson Q- - Sponsors Mr. Hutchens I Sinoo nlany ol' tho members ol' the Svriblerus Club had Qraduatod tho yoar before. it was nooossary to vomlilvl tryouts at tho beginning ot' tho yoal' to obtain tho quota of tliirly nionibors. Tho olub hold some yory intorostim: meetings at whit-h oontribntions writton by various would-bo members woro road. The names ol' tho authors woro un- known, as noln do plumes were usod. llator, at othor nloetings, various members ol' tho olulm road original pot-ins, ossays, plays, or short storios for thc benefit and onjoyniont ol' tho olnb. During Alarrli, tho Srriblorus sponsored an assombly. Mrl Hutchinson. editor ol' tlio f'lll'lSll2lll Vontury, author of several books on the lllothodist religion and on tho Chinese pooplo, and l'ornior missionary to China, spoko on tho Mexican question. It was suggested that tho Sc-riblerus Club and tho newly organized Camera Vluh produoo a, motion pic-turo, the mombors of the Soriblerus WI'lllIll2I tho svenario, and tho niolnhors ot' tho Uaniora. Club doing the photography. Tho actors were to be chosen from the two olubs and lllo student body at large by soroen tests. The S1-riblorus Club lnogan work innnodiatoly on tho scenario. and hopes are high for an oxoollont and Orig! inal amateur produotion. Sorihlorus was ostablisllod last yoar for tho purpose of onoouraging and dovoloping originality in those interested in writing. This idea has boon oarried out this yoar, and as many ol' tho voinpositions road before the olub possess unusual originality of ideas and expression. tho rlub hopes that it has boon suooossful in varryinpz out its purposo. Uno llundrod Twelve it New Trier Ornithologists Harold Spinney - - - President Dorland Davis - - Vice-President June Heyda Secretary-Treasurer Mr. Pifer ------- Faculty Sponsor During the past year the Ornithologists have added many new features to their already instructive program ol' trips, r-ontests, and talks. They have also detinitely furthered the t-lub's aim by envouragiug bi1'd photography, bird banding. and bird study in general. The eluh has rearranged its discussions during the meetings. Not only is lield ornithology emphasized, but also systematie ornithology. At eaeh meeting there are two types ot' talks and instruetion. One diseusses ornithology from the view point ot' aetual experienee with birds: the other presents it from the seientitie side, The latter type is especially instrnetive to the inexperieneed members as it gives suggestions in regard to the identitieation ot' the various species. ln the tirst of these talks the new elassilieation reeently adopted by the American Ornithologists Union was explained and dist-ussed. This served as a foundation for the succeeding programs. The plan ol' carrying out two types ot' bird study was furthered in the schedule ol' exeursions and hikes. ln addition to the usual outdoor trips, several exeursions were made to the Cliieago museums. The program ol' outdoor hikes ineluded trips to l'alos Park, the Sami Dunes, and the Game Preserve, besides many short afternoon hikes in the adjacent Forest Preserves. Two members ot' the eluh have obtained federal bird-banding: permits and have done splendid work in that line, while others have assisted Mr. Hildebrand in earing for his government station. The annual eontest for the greatest number ol' diiTerenl spec-ies ol' birds between two given dates was an entertaining as well as instruc-tive part ot' this organization's program. Une llundred Thirteen .rf....,,..-.-.,. ,Jn Ay- -V s. - '- , -'-it ' - I National Forensic League Among the honorary organizations at New Trier there is now the New Trier chapter of the National Forensic League. This league comprises chapters in over a hundred high schools throughout the country created for the purpose of encouraging debating and ot.her forms of public speaking. A school must have a highly successful record in debating, as well as be voted in by the officers of the league, in order to obtain membership. So it is something of an honor to any school to be a member. Unusual proficiency in debating is recognized by the election of a student to this organization. There are certain definite requirements for membership. A student must win a debate against a large school or take part in other contests Wl1iCl1 will make up a sim- ilar number of points, in addition to being recommended by the coach and voted on by the old members. Being a member entitles one to wear the National Forensic League key which is well known among debating circles. The charter members of the New Trier chapter are Roland Williams, Rollin Simonds. Henry ileinelnan, Ralph Heineman, and John Panushka, who won the honor by their work last year, and the coaches, Mr. MacLean, Mr. Pifer, and Mr. llutc-hens. The elections for this year have not been made yet so there will likely be some new members and the old members in school now may receive some degrees of honor. In the future this group will act as sort of a governing body in debating at New Trier. The establishment of this chapter marks a step toward putting debating back into its prominence of former years at this school. - ' 1 .- . -tlihlgl . Une ilu ndrud Fourteen . N Q 1 - A 1 I J Debating Clubs lln tht- ahovt- pictnrt- tht- St-nior Boys ot-t-any tht- front st-als, tht- Girls tht- initltllt- row, antl tht- Frt-slnnt-n tht- rt-ar.l - 'l'ht- St-nior lloys' llt-hating Club was the tirst to ht- I'0l'lll0ti at Nt-w 'l'rit-r. :intl al- though tht-rt- is no t'onnt-tttion bt-twt-en it antl tht- tt-ants, all tt-ani tnt-ntht-rs art- int-nlht-rs ot' tht- t'lnh. 'l'ht- t'lnh was startt-tl with tht- fllllllillllttllllll pnrpost- ot' atlvant-ing tlt-lmatt- in tht- t-yt-s ot' tht- stntlt-nts at Nt-w 'l'rit-r. 'l'ht- t-lnh has tnrnisht-tl st-vt-ral artit-lt-s on tit-l1at- ing for pnhlit-ation in tht- "Nt-ws". 'l'ht- tnt-t-tings, ht-ltl inonthly, wt-rt- vt-ry int'orn1al. although tht- stantlartl otTit't-rs wt-rt- in t'ort't-. Dt-batt-s antong int-nil-t-rs, ht-twt-t-n this t-lnh antl tht- Girls' club on innmortant questions ot' tht- tlay lillt-tl tht- int-t-ting progrants 'l'ht- St-nior t'lnh soltl tit'ltt-ts antl in otht-r ht-Int-tl matt-rially at all tt-ani tlt-halt-s. Altlionglt lhert- is no linlit on tht- lll0IllllUl'S-hill, st-rt-nlt-t-n have nlatlt- np tht- t-lnb sinrt- it was startt-tl. Sponsort-tl by Mr. Nlt'l.oan. this t-lnh has provt-tl to ht- ont- ot' tht- most intt-rt-st ing in st-hool. 'l'ht- Girls' Ilt-hating Vinh was t'orint-tl wht-n it ht-t'an1t- apnart-nt that tht-rt- wt-rt- a tnnnbt-r ot' girls wishing to join tht- St-nior lloys' t-lnlm. Miss Waltz was t-host-n as sponsor, a.nti twelve- t-arnt-st girls se-t out to show tht- boys tht-y Wt'I't' not to ht- tlt-nit-tl. 'l'ht- girls tit-l-att-tl against tht- St-niors antl tht- lf'rt-slnnt-n. Wht-n t-allt-tl npon, tht- girls provitlt-ti t-ntt-rtaintnt-nt for tht- visiting tlt-hatt-rs. 'l'lll'0llZIll0lli tht- yt-ar tht- girls showt-tl an lntt-rt-st in antl illltlllllltl tor tit-bat,t- that was t'onnnt-ntt-tl on trt-t-ly. 'l'ht- lt'rt-slnnan lloys' llt-hating Club was tht- last to ht- organixt-tl, l-nl. tht- int-inlmt-rs tlrt-w up antl t-nt'ort't-ti rnlt-s that tnatlt- for an artivt- t-lnh. Aniong otht-r things, tlnt-s wort- t-ollt-t'tt-tl at t-at-h int-t-ting: antl striking pins ot' a, gavt-l nntlt-r an "N" soltl to t-at'h int-ntbt-r. 'l'ht- lt'rt-slnnt-n wt-rt- also sponsort-tl by Mr. Alt'l.t-an antl wt-rt- nut nntlt-r his tntt-lags to provitit- tht- t'onntlation tor fntnrt- Nt-w 'l'rit-r tt-anis. Rollin Sintontls is nrt-sitit-nt ol' tht- St-nior Boys' t'lnlm, Jana- Ashtnan ot' tht- Girls' t-lub, antl Artlnn' Uoplan ot' tht- Frt-slnnan Boys' t-lub, tlnt- llnntlrt-tl It'iI'tt-t-n i I, , 5 Geology Club Harold Spinney - - President John Waidner .- - Vice-President Alice Donahue - Secretary-Treasurer Mr. Hildebrand - Faculty Sponsor ln the Gvology t'lub, a Club organized for all thosv students who art- iiita-11-stoml in tho study ot' tht- oarth and the things pertaining to that lint-, thi-y study tho formation ol' voal, the strurturv ot' the earth. fossils, and as Mr. llildt-brand. the-ir sponsor, says. "Anything that lJPl't,2lillS to this old mother earth. From "I-lildie-'s" lurgv 1-olltw-tion ol' stones, fossils, and minoruls, and from his large c-ollec-tions ot' slides take-n on his many trips, the club is able to illustrate their talks and discussions, making the mm-ting both intl-rvsting and instrm-tivo. The meetings, which are hold ovory other wovk in the biology room. are- takon up by talks given by tlil'i'orvnt metnbe-rs of the vlub oil subjvrts thvy have studivd. or on sonuf trip to a place' ol' iiitvwst, after which tho tuveting is turnvd ovi-r to a goin-ral disc-ussion ol' the topiv, It is also possible at times to obtain slwakvrs from outside, 4-ithvr alumni who ure- studying iw-lzitril roursvs at rollego or other friends ot' nwtnbe-rs who arc willinaq to spa-ak. Tho rlub vnjoyed many excellent imzetings this year, at onv ot' whim-h Mr. llildebraud told ot' his visits to the caves of Kenturky und showvd svvvral spur-iinvns whirh he obtained when hv visited them a ft-w years ago. Although thv 4-luh is ont- ot' U19 Yflllllgvst in the svhool and as yvt is not very large-, it is growing ami will soon bvvonie an vstahlishvd assoviution of young geologists at Now 'I'rivr. Ono liundrvd Slxfvvu Fl Stamp Club Harold Spinney - - President Charlotte Erwin Vice-President David Wanger - - Treasurer Mr. Pifer - - Faculty Sponsor 'l'he Stamp t'lub has always had a large and enthusiastic membership. Sponsored by Mr. Pifer, who has a large collection of his own, the philatelists ot' New 'l'ricr have spent many a social and profitable afternoon "swapping" stories and specimens in the past year. Stamp collecting forms a bond different from that attained by any other organization. Several friends ot' the club who were in possession ot' stamps donated packets for free distribution. Many valuable and long sought, after stamps were diseovered in pick- ings thought to be worthless. The programs usually consisted of private exhibitions given by members, who showed their collections and talked on their oddities and specialities. Others reported on the stamp columns in the popular magazines and read printed items ot' interest, such as the reported tinding ot' a red stamp of British Gudana dated 1848. The meetings are never dull, t'or there is always something of interest in the stamp world. 'l'he most important event of the year was an exhibition held in January. This was the culmination of a long dreamed of project. Practically every member ol' the club. beginner or sell'-styled expert had a small exhibit. Mr. Pit'er's collection of United States revenue and medicine stamps was prominent, while Rev. Hunter of Wilmette ami Mr. Lange ot' Glencoe each loaned many extraordinary envelopes and rarities. lloth the'se men have addressed the club during the year, tl1us 'bringing the younger collectors into contact with moneyed eollecting. The treasured prizes of the members were ad- mired by an appreciative audience. Even in the collection of the youngest enthusiast, there were many stamps that would have graced the albums ol' the King of England, who pursues with ardor tl1e king of hobbies. One I I u nd red Seventeen Commercial Club Victor Deinlein V Mildred Arnold - Arthur Roth Vivian Soukup - Mr. Johnson - lht- t'tmtmt-rt-itil Vlull is tmt- tsl' tht- tnltit-st :intl l - President Vice-President - Treasurer - Secretary Faculty Sponsor ztrgt-st vltllns nt Nt-tx' 'l'1'it-it This yt-ali' tht-rv wt-rv tw:-1' st-vt-llty :lt-tivv Illl'lllilt'I'S, who :tttt-lltlt-tl mt-t-tings l't-iztllzirly. Any sltltlt-lit tztlting mit- tu' mort- t-tmimt-rt'iul sulwjt-t'ls, as Silll'Slll2lllSilill. typt-writiiiir. t-t-tmom- it's. t-ttu, is vligilmlt- l'tn' lllt'lllill'l'SiliIl. 'l'ht-1't- is no t-hiss tilSlilll'il0ll. Slttmwillg.-I that tht- ptlrpttst- ot' tht- t'l1lh is to prtmitmtt- st-ht1lzistit- t-iitlt-ttvtn'. :ts wt-ll :ts lt' t'11l'tl1t-1' Sllt'iilI intt-Vt-sts, tht-rv is tntTt-rt-tl ut tht- vlost- nl' t-vt-ry svlllvstt-I' at prizt- in tht- ftll'Ill ut' at Nt-xx' 'l'i'it-1' pt-mlztnt, This rt-wttrtl got-s to thtwst- who hztvt- rt-t't-ix't-tl an ztvt-i'ztgt- tit' ll ur lu-ttt-1' in tht-ii' t-tmimt-rt'iul sulljt-t-ts. lt' tmt- pupil rt-pt-tits his gtmtitl rt-t-twrrl ht- is ztvttnrtlt-tl lmntmrztlmlt- mt-iititm iIll'0ll,Lfll tht- Nt-ws. At tht- prt-pt-r timt-, tht-i't- nrt- inatny of tht-sv lmnnt-rs givt-11 tllli. whit-h spt-:tits wt-ll ol' tht- t-ztliltt-1' tit' tht- t-tminit-rt-itil stutlt-nts. 'l'ht- t'ltlh pin is at lll'l'l'll ztirpluht- with gray It-ttt-rs, "f'0lIlllll'l't't' t'h1lt". Lust yt-:tr tht- pin wats in tht- l'Hl'lll tat' at t-zurgo st-litttmt-r, hut tht- llyim: lll2ll'llllll' wus ntlttptt-tl its lst-im: i't-pt't-st-iitattlvv pl tzlstt-1' :intl mort- t-lllt-it-lit t'0llllIll'l't'U. 'l'ht- spirit ul' 1ltiY1lIlt't'lllt'lli is rt-tlt-t-tt-tl in tht- smztllt-st things. Almtlit-1' ztttrztt'tivt- l't'2lilll'4' txt' tht- vltlln is tht- lllllllbtll' tit' pzirtit-s pxivt-in ztniiliully. 'l'ltt- ftiturt- luisint-ss mt-ii htmltl mort- :mtl l1ig'p.ft-I' ptirtit-s than any utht-r twtn t-hills. 'I'ht- tirst txt' tht- st-rit-s wats nt-ar llztllowt-'t-it at Mr. .l0llllS0ll'S lmust-. 'I'ltt- ztnntlzil t'lil'istlli:ts patrty, :1 tlztht-t'1 :mtl zu slt-igh ritlt- lillt-tl tht- wiiitt-l', At Elll uppt'trpi'izttt- timt- ltl ill tht- t-ztrly summt-r tht- :timllail ht-:1t'l1 party was ht- Mr. Jtmlinstni, ht-tttl ut' tht- l'0lllIllt'l'l'i2ll tlt-partmt-lit. is sptmsm' txt' tht- t'll1h. llt- has givt-it lztrfzt-ly ot' timt- :intl illtlustry to uiukt- the Ctmliiit-x't'izt1 Chili tant- tit' tht- bigzgt-st and tht- lu-st. Hut- lllllttlrt-tl liiglltt-t-ll Domecon Club Margaret Callanen - President Jane Calloway - - Vice-President Mary Farmer - - - Secretary-Treasurer Emily Clagett - - Chairman Social Committee Adelle Savage Chairman Entertainment Committee Marjorie Reiner - - Chairman Publicity Committee Martha Farmer - Chairman Field Trip Committee Mrs. Ligter - - - - Faculty Sponsor 'I'l1o lllllllt' A'D0lll0l'0ll", moaning domestic' economy, vxplzlins somewlmt tllo nuturv ot' tho vlill' by that uauuv which was orgzmizoil sevt-ral yours ago ut Now Trier. The- vlulm 4-onsisls ot' girls who zirv taking or huvv tzikon homo 0l'0ll0lllit'S subjvrts, and its liurposo is lo stimulutv zu-tivo iutvrest in the- livlds whivh tht-se subjvm-ts open. 'l ho t'llIk'l'llllIlllll'l1l 4-omuiittov luis done its part in l-lll'lllSllillK time siwukors for tho girls, Among tlivso were Miss liertrzinis, a i'opre-soiltzntive from the homo e-4-onomic-s ilopzirtinellt ot' Armour l'a0liing Uoilipziny. who spoke on "Mu1'kotii1g in the Uuitorl Stzitos :mal in l'1uropo". and also 21 talk by 21 re1n'esoi1t,a1tivo ol' thu Uzilitilovoi' Shoe Coliipzuiy. 'l'l1o Field trips provvcl oxtrvnivly swovt this your, two living trips to vziutly tau-torivs, Ring Ting Coiiipziily in lflvnnston :xml Uurtis Family Uoiiipziiiy. A trip was also mzulv to tho Spraigm--Wni'iwi' t'onipz1ny. 'l'lw sos-iul voimuitteo. not to bv outrlono, lioltl sovvrzil purtii-s. om- ot' whicli was il Villtxlltilll' party on l1'vbruury 15th. llomvron is not for soc-inl ut'l'uirs zilono, for business niovtings are lu-lil :tml rm-:nl good mlono by tho girls. Also, 4-ortziin grades must bv obtuinorl lwloro om- t'2lll ln-4-oiiio ai moni- lwr. 'l'l1v I't'llllil'0Ill0llIS urn-, lirst. no grade in homo on-ononiit-s lowvr than t'. and swonil, no moro than tlirvv uuvxi-used ilbS0lll'k'S from regular im-1-tings. llomt-4-on boosts ol' its ul'l'iliz1tion with tho Nzltiomil llome- lGc-oiioniirs Assoc-iution, :tml is uuiouv aunoiig tho llllllly' clubs in New 'l'rior in llllliiillgi our svhool :1 part ot' surli un oxte-usivo lllllilllllllilllll. tim- llunrlrt-ll Nllll'ft't'll The Chess Club Morton Mergentheim - - President Ralph Arnold - - Secretary'Treasurer Mr. Snyder - - Faculty Sponsor 'l'ln- vhivl' purpnsm- nl' the Hhs-ss t'lnli is to aI'l'o1'cl hm-nvtic-ial ainnsmnvnt and 1-mln:-1 tinnal iw-c-1's-zntiml to thc- stud:-nts nl Nm' lrwr. In as lllllt'll as this purpnst- may ln varrn-rl nn xyttlinnt I'l'P3Qlll1ll' liusinvss Illt't'lllli2,'S, they arm- lwlml hut pin-v ln' lxxn-v a yt-ai 'I'ln'r1- arf- nu mls-Iinitv i'vqi1i1't-tm-tits lm' llll'IllllPl'SlllIl. Any pvrsmt who slums a sut't'il'il-nt anlnllnl ut' intern-st in tht- lljlllllt' ancl plays l'l'2lStlll2lilly nl't4-n may lu- 1-misinlviw-tl a lnvlnlnl ul lllls vlllll. Nearly 1-vt-ry alll-t'nf'inn St'Yl'l'lll stumlents and tvt1c'l1vl's may he' ftillllll playing Ill rnnin 22321, Ill-ginning in thu tall ul' c-an-li yt-al' a tonrnaint-nt is t'tllltlllt'lt'll whim-li usually lasts tlnwntgliont the- wintvr. After lln- final game is playvcl a list ol' tht- nn-nihl-rs in tht- nrmlvr nl' thvir playing aliilitv is drawn up tn tletvrtnint- tha- rank nt' 1-avh nn-mln: lit-sitlvs this tmn'naine-nt many matt-lws are playwl lat-txwl-11 inclivilluals. St-yvral tinnx Mr. Sl-lnnnam-lim' has playa-ml cxhihilion SllIlllllilllt'0llS pains-s with 1-l-rtain nn-tnlwrs ot lln- vlnh Ill' with nlln-1' lllt'IlliJt'l'S ol' tht' favlllty. Many sturli-nts nt' Nvw Tl'll'I' are ahls' to play 1-livvlu-i's hut hayv not ltlill'llt'tl tn plz 1-ln-ss. 'l'n niwl the in-e-ml ul' ni'p.:anim'4l vlivvluii' playing tht- t'ht-ss t'lnh has iw-wiitly' in vlmlwl vlnwlwi's ina its pmgratn. anal svvvral t'lll'4'lil'l' sl-ts ltayl- lu-vn atllln-ll tn the- 1-lpiip nn-nt nt' tht- mwganizatiun, It is lmpvtl that in tho l-llllll'k' vnnngli players will rlvvl-lop Slll.l'it'il'lll skill tn tll'l.Ullll7l :1 l'lll'SS tl-ant. 'I'hm- tg-ani will th:-n 1-ninpn-tv with nth:-r high svllnnl tl-anis and inalu- 1-hr an intl-rsttlmlastit' at-tivily. Uni- llnnllrl-nl 'l'we-ntv A Trier. Carl Schultz Frank Olson Burton Bruse Albert Moore Carl Schultz Leroy Stoker Albert Moore Mr. Jones Radio Club - President Vice-President - Secretary - Treasurer - Chief Operator Purchasing Agent - Technician Faculty a radio club For many years New T1'ier has been making attempts to organize liefore the war there was a radio club at New Trier, but during the war the project was dropped. ln the fall ot' 1924 all the students interested in radio got together and or ganized the present Radio Club. constitution was written, and plans were made to have a radio station at New ln the two years that have passed since that time the Radio Club has steadily gained in membership and interest among the students. Now the Radio t'lub has a, box in the main oft'ice where messages which any member of New Trier wishes transmitted to any part of the world are received. The club invites the students and faculty to make use of this extraordinary opportunity. t'arl Schultz has been in radio connnunication with Australia at different Lillies thereby proving the worth of the facility. Most of the members of the club have government amateur licenses l'or operators many have complete outtits at ho The Radio t'lub is in constant touch with amateurs in other parts ot' the world, both by letters and by radio worlt lllt' The club meets every two weeks, thus enabling those who have-n't sets at home to learn a.hout the radio. The original plans of the club are rapidly becoming t'acts. New Trier now has : radio station The New Trier Radio t'lub has a forty-meter sending and receiving set. using a titty-watt tube supplied with one thousand volts from a motor generator set. With the aid of Mr. .loncs, the Radio t'lub is progressing admirably and will soon realize its plans for the t'uture. Une llundred 'l'w enty Une Joseph Crumlish Drake Older Ralph Johansen William Peacock Mr. W. S. Brown Rifle Club - President Vice-President - Secretary - Treasurer Faculty Sponsor 4 l 4- Cluh was orgnnizvrl Homo two ye-urs Elf-IO, following the spiing iam lot ui tht sponsorsllip ot' lVl. Glnvv, who serve-cl vvry vromlituhly until this xv x X 1 N pnul in tivor ol' Mr. W. S. Brown. who :it the prvsont time is the' sponsm ot thc 4 v .N tounrlwl for the nnrposv ot' :ic-qnaiinting thu- boys ot' tho sthool with thi- -i s ot niatr-h ritio shooting. A little later the constitution ot' the f-lub was filtc- 4 .s to .ulniit tho girls, ai fart that was never i'ogi'otte-cl lltll'2lllS0 svvc-t'z1l o the' gl -1 inn lun niorv protivient than the hoys at the art of shooting. cis lttlv wus rionv in tho way ot' c-oinpetitivei lIlHU'l1 rifle shooting cluiin Q ns un .ncount ol' tho lute-iwss of 0l'gkllllZH,ll0ll ol' the 1-lnh. hut the- st-coin w Hll 1. x .s Ollllllil nltvr sonic- tloluy, and shot, against the- Irving Park tm-uni, boating twin ' to 481 l'h1-n tht-y shot ngziinst Lake View lligh Sc-hool ritio tvuni. l ilu View lg Jus won ie rillv teani vhaimpionship ot' Chivago, und we hi-at thr-ni nlso hx one po i iw tiniv living 4256 to 495. 'Tll0l'C were four pei't1-vt si-ore-s, or pow- -. s hx thi- nnliiln-1's ot' tho New 'Prior train. s nur :i twain was sent clown to l'Ivzinston lligh School just hoforo 1 hiistm is fl 1 win Jw 10 points over their own rziiigv. tho svorc being 4192! to 4825 out o 1 possi mo IIUIIIIN tor vm-li tvzini. 'I'hvsm- urv all tht- iiiatvlivs the te-ann haul shot up to thi tinl r- ii 'us writtvn, hut tlim-rv were several morv this yt-nr. lhm iluh has un onrollniont ot' nhont titty iiioliilnws :tt tho lnrvsn-nt tiniz- 1 .ii the nnnihvr ot' inoinhf-rs has grown l2ll',9,'f'l' so thait nc-xt your will, in all Dlflllfllll -:ir tha- vluh has hurl this fur. v llunclrn-il 'l'w1-nty 'l'wo i Service Club Ruth Van Steenburg - - President Marian Colby - - - - vice-President Elizabeth Freund - - Secretary-Treasurer Betty Behrens - - Chairman Social Committee Estelle Englehardt - Chairman Membership Committee Mrs. Simonson ----- Faculty Sponsor 'Pho St-rvico Club t-onsists ol' about twt-nty-livv stntlonts who volnntt-or two periods an wot-lt to :assist in tho llonith tlolmrtlnollt. 'l'ho 4-lnh is ut'l'ilizlteti with tho .lnnior ltvml Cross. :intl at tho t-ntl ol' tho your van-h lllt'lllilt'l' who uolnplott-s tho work 1'ct'eivos the Roll Cross t'ortilit-ut,o for lionn- Nursing und First Aid. lhnlvr tho nhlo lt-urlorsltip ot' Mrs. Simonson, the- girls hzlvt- bt-c'o111o lnoro znnl lnort- vnlnnhlo to tho iltllllilliSil'ilii0Il ot' ht-ulth in tho school. Thoy rio r'lv1'it'ul work, holp to rnro for tht- e-mlnipnivnt and stlmmlios in tho llvnlth oflit-os, and 2QI'2ltlllilily work into lirst niml, thns from-ing tht- llonlth t'onnsvllor l'or l'1illl'2lti0ll2ll work. At the ond ol' tho your tho girls rovvivt- Sm-rvit-o Vinh pins, whivh nrt- given to tht-ni by tho school in au-knowlotlglnont ol' thoir ln-llmtnl t-t't'orts and tho san-riliro ol' tht-ir limo :intl 1-in-rgy. In znltiition to this, they gain in poisv, :uni in 1n'ol'vssionzil nttitnfle, and uoqniro 1-onsitlorzthlo knowlvdgo ol' simple nursing: 1x1'ot'm-111111-. Your hy your tho Se-rvire Uluh has grown into more nsvl'nlnt-ss in st-rving otha-rs. 'l'ho ztttitnclo and 2.Kt'll0l'2ll c-ln1rau'tor ot' tho c-lnb are most satisfying, and the-y onahlt- tht- lloulth tlopurtlnont to 1-nrry on better and more- qnirkly the many zlrtivitirs IlUt'0SSRll'Y in tho prvvontion ot' illness among tho stnrlonts. 'l'ht- Sorvit-v Vinh was lirst formed ill 1925. 'Pho rt-qni1'vn1o11ts for lll0lllb0l'SillIl ure: u fairly good rot-oral in st'l1oln1'slxip, tho puront's signntnrv, und at dosirt- to sorvo. The girls intro nnulo an nnnsnally lino rovord this your. Uno llnnrlrl-tl 'Vwvnty-'l'hwr fx PHIL' flinvt smms K L ' 1.r 10,5 5. w f pg 1,1- 1 ' ' D' if'f1'Q' k. W i: V QQ .Wg ff: 52" f fi? 'ai-haf' .4-aw - .L 4 . 'w I 1., A nf -z, ' I. -4 .- v .,, .. f 'Yi K ' k K-N L .P vu L w 6 -3 'RU ff? f 1 ,. 'fm A l"'5'r-415 . , 1 ' , ' Q . ,v 4 A nf , , 1 x L W '1 x , - ? L f r' . U f A A 1 ' I 1 Q Y a u n 1 ' .4 ,..- I , l if w p,.',f .: 5 5 Q 'K . , .,.., , Cy '. 1 my-.xfr 1- 'fr " 1-21. .U :GWB X ,Hag ' 'E' - .1 Q- . N4 ,4.y5x""':-:E ' '-:I 'A Q ' wtvq' 'V it -. , 1. 14? -rs-1 n,'ssewa,.,4f's.ov" weak . fm.,-v.,I"..: -J2f:.fvv1c'r.,wxP..7g 1 3 x. of 1. at 4' 1 4 .1 be Patronize Our Advertisers .J Q' E ll- ,Q .4 F Ballards' Book Shop ........ 128 John Millen ................. ...... 1 36 Q S Barges Bros .....,,.............. 153 Motors Service ............... ...... 1 47 Qi S Benson 8a Rixon ............. 131 North Shore Laundry .. ............. 148 Robt. M. Birck Co ......., 128 North Shore Pharmacy .............. 136 S Braun Bros. on Co ........ 141 Pantry .................................. ...... 1 33 yt S Beyrer Electric Shop ..,..... 137 George Papantony ..... ...... 1 47 B Central Cafeteria ........... 151 Patty Shoppe ............ ,..... 1 53 I X Chickering Studios ....... 141 Pierce Radio Co ....... ...... 1 40 " Cooley's Cupboard ......... 129 Rapp Bros. ................... ...... 1 30 ,fi 5 Cosmas Bros. ............. 128 Renneckar Drug Co .....,. ...... 1 37 3 ' Dabe 85 Son .............. 142 F. Richardson ................ ...... 1 42 ! Paul Davey ................. 146 Ridge Ave. Pharmacy .,.. ...... 153 E4 by Eckhart Hardware .......... 134 J. H. Schaefer .................. .,.... 1 46 W Evanston Motor Sales ,,,......, 133 Schmidt Costumers ..,.,. ...... 1 37 A Felt 85 Tarrant .................. 139 Schneider ..................... ...... 1 29 J pf Feltman 8: Curme ................ 146 Schultz Kc Nord .............. ...... 1 51 4, 4 rim National Bank .............. 150 Chas. Sincere a Co ........ ...... 1 34 1 Glencoe Grocery 85 Market .....,,. 140 Snider Sz Cazel ................ ...... 1 50 Q i Goodwin's ............................,. 141 Terminal Hardware ....... ...... 1 50 , Gunthers .............,.................. 126 Unique Style Shop ........ ...... 1 36 X , Hanan st Son ...........,.............. 135 Van Dusen ............,.,,...... ...... 132 f . N. A. Hanna ..................,...............,. 153 Village Chocolate Shop .............. 132 5 if Horbon cab Co ............................. 151 Wersted Motor Co .....,......... ...... 1 29 X 5 Hess Motor Service ...................... 154 Wienecke Hardware .......... ...... 1 38 A S Hubbard Woods Pharmacy ........ 134 G. B. Wilhite .................,....l. ...... 1 30 'Q 5 Jahn 8a Ollier ................................ 152 Wilmette Food Shop ........ ...... 1 50 K Kewanee Boiler Co ..,.................. 145 Wilmette Motor Sales .... ....,. 1 36 B Krausse ...........,l...................,......... 138 Wilmette Music Shop ...,............ 147 Q xx Kutten Bros. .......................,....,... 138 Wilmette State Bank ................ 149 2? Lake Shore Cleaners .................... 132 Wilmette StationeryeGift Shop.. 140 N F. E. Lewis ,.........,......................... 140 Winnetka State Bank ................ 141 5 Harry Lynn ,.................................,. 142 Winnetka Trust 85 Savings x Henry C. Lytton ............................ 127 Bank ..............................,...,.,,,.,,,, 134 f' 57 Macs Bowling Lunch ...............,., 144 Wolff at Griffin ..,..,l,,..,,.,..,,. ,..,,, 1 44 F ,fl Mary Jane Dress Shop ................ 142 Worthen Carrico .........,.,.... ...... 1 32 4 F Mestjian Bros. ..,,.......................... 130 G. L. Zick .................,,.,,........ ...... 1 29 pq . a 5 'W 9 57 fasfornw' -N-nuff-.fe.'-v"",f'wa-"ev my -fs 5 . 4' we . f-Y if 4- ,gn . , ,... .A 4. an 5 at .43 ,nfVfw4.-aQ32"t:,"'5a. A-Qs-fx i-15X"'Q4,. 5 Y. ,,f'fL,'f One Hundred Twenty-Five W .A-?"v' N'3l"'5h.f4f's.u7f'0"'2.."V.I-...'i-. Jfl-fWuvx"'u"'iPm.L 9 CHOCOLATES Famous since 1868 59 years -- Quality Leadership Every package bearing the Gunther Trade Mark is the consumer's guaran- . Vieux Ama '11 fh-J S. i' AzJQ,,f:. 1441 5- ...' as u- ...' v- ' WWII'-f"i.aAf'w-uf" . a N 17.1 wff, .I L 3 fx- "Hull A-3-was: tee of a Quality Product. Quality where quality belongs -- always in the package contents. Gunther's Chocolates on sale at all leadmg drug stores One Hundred Twenty-Six "ii" vQ- flix Y:-Jnf.3vk 3-5' - 'Q ', 5 ? Q 5 X E E E 3 3 1 Z 5 . 5 5 5 . A -AAA "' 5 21 avr Qffwifq, mA xiviwf 12+ 5 5 A .A 1- trmitmse Q ze- , Henry Clgtton 8 Sons S State and Jackson-Chicago 4 I i Orrington and Church--Evanston 4 .4 3 X V Q fx r I .4 fl P S 57 I la K E ' x gg i 3 l p . ,Q I ? i x 4 .J M 1 X A Clothes in the College Manner IN OUR EVANSTON SHOP iz X IT DIDN'T take long for New Trier men to get S acquainted with this shop. They like its 5' 5 chummy university atmosphere and its ability to 3 anticipate authentic campus style trends. I: W When You are in Chicago Visit the New and Greatly Enlarged i' LYTTON COLLEGE SHOP f I EVERYTHING and only those things which i :if the undergraduate wears exclusively will be in this larger shop to be ready August lst. 1 Q gwmfgxn. rw. .rm-NZ -lre C f--1l 4ur"'.1vW24,Mm,.mA. 3:f 01 llundrod Twenty-Seven VJ wax 'VV vat.. """iz-Ilfpsf 331 NY: 3 F. L R I 2 F ef-E ,f".:Q.2- JP.: 2945. ii'-'zz-veil .0443 'Sf Vfqghf 2.3-Jin-.. .pf ,.,N 'NWU6' n.Afv Mgynel7,,,3YA1'-Ayr f 1, vwruzsrarvcudsng 5 2 L5 5 ? ,S E . na ' ' I . ,KC ie i BALLARD'S RENTAL LIBRARY - 1123 Central Ave All latest and best fictlon and non fiction ' - we I 5 4 E E P 5 ff 3 2 COSMAS BROS. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in ALL KINDS OF F RUITS AND VEGETABLES 1143 Wilmette Ave. Phone Wilrnette 2693 and 2694 5 ? fi Qs 3 i - Z 4' 5 i 'N 'I F 5 3 F. ff E 'I I IZ-I? .1-- fe v--1 i,.,3-1v.sl"...:'ml" -fWx""-1"lF1xIC1 4 4 Q 2 ROBT. M. BIRCK CO. Q E Exclusive Cleaners and Y iv Dyers P ! Q 1811 Benson Avenue I E EVANSTON, ILLINOIS 5 5 I 3 ig Evanston Q' , Phone Wilmette all 619 f Winnetka Q3 X 1 1 4 1 Chicago Phone: Rogers Park 243 'I 5 Y f 5 gif One Hundred Twenty-Eight W 5 R 9 A f William J. schneider 3 Grocery and Market X 3 a .1 x 346 Park Avenue S Glencoe, Illinois 5 s is F' K 5 , , E Telephones: E i Glencoe 1, 2 and 3 f -z 5 3 I ji af f PHOENIX HOSE 5 l X 2 Wear longer 3 fl than others. 5 E All p o p ul a r Q J shades in serv- Q l, ice and chiffon . S . wenghts. E 51 " F 1 G. L. ZICK at CO. Q 1 Phone Winnetka 930 gl 5 5 O und rr-d 'il' xi' 5927355 G AFTER YOUR PARTY 0'Vg'ne.."Vwf'2-R. -ff 'njmnmqffsiffiq WE'RE OPEN NOON TO MIDNIGHT 5 land then some, S' 9 , 20 ain . rrin on ve. Eiwmfdwx I-nm-zw."1.i'A.F2 fi,5g-Lf 5 5 5 COOLEY SCUPBOARD 5 3 5 M sf 1632 O ge A l E EVANSTON gg If ,f zf iii? 5 R Q DODGE BROTHERS f Q MOTOR CARS 5 Q' 5 5 R Repairing and Supplies 'S E for all cars Q i R s EQ 5 , Q WERSTED MOTOR CO. E 562 Lincoln Ave Q 1 Tel. Winnetka 165 'I Z V Twenty-Nine '--1 fin.-www...-wx -fwwcuwmifg 1 -0' -I'-N'-""U"k75 6' 5 i E STANTON WILHITE Q A . . A .3 Offlclal Photographer for the Echoes f .4 RN x O U U E Wlshes New Trler Hlgh School 4 H 0 U X . Contmued Success and Accompllshment J " x S S 5 743 Elm Street Winnetka 4 , 1 F 3 15 H' "" f""' All 'NafV"'2f:i"QmQ'1-Aux-an f0"S.."" ' v- E" ."" QE! 5131 li? W .f"...:+m2- wwvxvuwmif, 4 5 4 2 5 4 Call 4' 5 RAPP BROTHERS E f MESTJIAN BROTHERS E Q E Q Qur PlYIocleTn New. Rug Clean- E 53 AND MARKET Q T Rin1Z"J.,lZ.,T?Zf'LOZZEZSZE gi is FRUIT AND f353.l31?S6?3'L?.ZlZQjZ'ZJT1"i'1ii ji i alfln ne ru S. C opera C 2 VEGETABLES s 2 fzizifzizniai 2218 Qrzfmiai T 5 S A Qeneinvite ygur sjlegtion of 5 R Fresh, Salt and Smoked F' Q. H232 uffggtfingzn mo3::ts:f5 EQ 3 Meats' Fish 3 pnceiiour rugs are insured S Poultry, Squabs Q S while nn our care Q s 0 Q b Mestjlan Brothers 5 1 Sea-foods ln Season .5 1 U . .t W1 1 E nlversl y 1 mette K Q 5 5 5050 1949 ff fi 1--.. x,,,f...Nvxf-.A M NE' V- 'Ef- A f --" 0 Ilundrvd Thirty il 'iL!?QsfFEQ5iXN-:Q t 1w.'smv-Wfzsnfrvsvf '2."V-.f'....'w-2 w:,.fwvQ-'Ju 4 I 'i C ll T Cl h l o ege ype ot es 2 l 5 fi 5? Heretofore it has not been possible d I to buy authentic college clothes at i .4 moderate prices because they have Q X been made by custom tailors who P charged high prices. X A As another means of broadening our 5 service to men, and especially high- ' 1 school and college men, we are an- nouncing the exclusive sale of on s Guilford Clothes: F rf CORRECT MODELS f 1 f' 5 l. rp 9 With Extra Trousers ti l' ' i t The line also Includes college tuxedo!! 4 5 and l0lK'0Bt8l Q 5 ' . . . A' Guilford models are the correct models-that s the essential t J thing. Natural shoulders, soft lapels, wide button spacing, Q X low pockets. The fabrics are what high-school and college men are wearing-not what we hope they will wear. X J Complete Spring lines on display now. Won't you come Q I and let us show you Guilford College Clothes? N N li p' Q ei Q 3 1 f- v 5' rg FIVE 1llilGlNA'l'UlC CHICAGO s'l'u1:Es 2-1'AN'rs sIv1'l's R 'Q S. W. Form-r State N Quincy Streets 3213-15 No. Clark Street-at lh-lmnnt N. W. Cor. Washington 8: Dearborn Milwaukee Avenue at Paulina Street 3 Uptown Store-4544-52 Broadway-New VYllson 2' ?Jf"'1lNn,f1.t.Nsdx f:gf-Z'bJ"'.1"A-?'5:f1mf'sf'ADi"afV"'45nv4"22s.'Q1- Auf' . .1 - "'k,.""' ,iii One llundrvd Thirty-One 1 . i 5 WORTHEN-CARRICO g A co. 2 , 5 5 F p ..+ i Wei fs 5 Q Department Store S 'A Merchandise 1 P S E 1 A 3 A B . 1 1146-1148 Wilmette Ave. .B Q Wilmette, Illinois A -U-win, A .,f"-.-:Q12aJ?"-A-f'l9x7"'u'aKF1mfS2 i 5 4 A A. s. VAN DUSEN Q L3 Groceries and Meats i A x 5 r ,S Central Avenue and 12th St. 5? 3 S 3 The Richelieu Brand 5 xi has never had an S ri equal. I always have E' 5 a full line. Every 3 fruit and vegetable ' X in market. Meat that 5 cannot be surpassed. E 'I I H fo F Egwqxbfgxmgvf zw:""'..p"A..?"55 "'A- 0 Iluudro 1' 'wqfra-v0Tm.aAf's..u?' va-2,,,g-2v.,4l' ',!:1wg.,'Qg.nw-g,,,qfv',,g9',, wav-5,4-v,p",m-q,g+-,if'., a s.Qs.54s5argfa'gsg1e.E-Q54 Q 3- 1 5 0 S 1' S-:S-S.gfs-'eyeing xv A 5' 2. 5 : 5' 1-VE:-1-GCE' W O ZQUKS m F Q h 5-sr.:-0pfDg:!"l4mQ-f'hm..o N 5 U o Q N Q 2,:1o:,-K 0,g2"03'5'svg wr' ru 'C :I U1 Q N l HUQZWQ- Q.rn"' oon.-F' -B QQ x l -' 'U "' gl x .Thcow , Q O gt 3 Q , I 3"'219-f:i"'?7S":'4"' "1 9-Cn? . -u o 3 3- F 2' 5-00""O-flaw g Q :ll ' F' Q 2 'ra "' o H A-1: gpg, mo,-.050 O2 U . - wma o -1 z, . 27230 35-"g.ws":'53 nfl'11.42 ff :po 5-.ar-S Q Q 3 giS"gfg'E5.-F:g'wg. ggim gf'-lon 3 gzm M55 -. X 'fe-langue-,505-Q-' gear 9 gg 2 Q Q X 3 2 2 5 3 5 B. a Q 200-505g ...:':-3 :lg 'E' Q -1 3 2. Q get-,DB-1:3 o 0,2 U1 0 fu gn 'Qui' Q,"-U0'4S 5 9 , : ,A n gOF5'- grn,,g5' So O 5 'l n S' 5 2 -19n32--19'-.070--:UQ 55 Z 2 E Z m vu 2 , A U r y X X 2 . f Pj -Z'!-'.""'.i"A's""'i-fog -9.551 Vf'3f.d'l:g'k IQZQ fig? QXQEIAHI A :QA .WJAJ V"'31n4"lrg5m fig! a. H :- ..- '1 H '+: -5 2 : A 5 nf., 2 f E :n xi i fn n -3 Pg , nn gg, , 66509, H6077 66707, H8077 L 3 3 Q CHRYSLER 2 3 Evanston Branch F i 1840 Ridge Ave. blvxfgffzy 2277 5 5 nn n--'nn wlwfvi 5 2 f CfVIeet the gang E Q at the Q 5 fP gf 4 If E a n T7 6 3 524 Davis Street 5 i Evanston Q 2 A Uuv lluml1'1'd 'l'l1i1'ty-Tlu'00 F gg ECKART HARDWARE 5 f COMPANY Q 2 4 x Hardware, Paints, Tools y 5 Cutlery, Glass S Q ? 4 'S S 735 Elm St. H 1 Winnetka, 111. Z fl fiwmfgwm I-:fr -A - ET-vviLwvsfa.wa,ffH'v Etfkhmg '-1f f 2 gl Our success is due to i 1 quality and service i Q 2 Qi HUBBARD WOODS 5 Q PHARMACY 3 E E. O. CARLSON, Prop. E3 i 3 1046 Gage St. 55 1 Hubbard Woods, Illinois 5, 3 Q a 2 P Telephone 610 and 1139 6 2 ?::Yr11X:,,,f",..hNxQ"'1'...df"-Z'W'u""v..faQ"mzzr f-'-- A "" 51 5 0 5 - gg e Q Q n ff' L" A , Fi I 2' L11 9' at 0 E 5- G U2 I fs E Q fi' Q 2 X Q "" 2 R Q "' 0 U, A 5 vi 9' 75 'I ffiksxbfgwa. fer .nr-..f Aww fp -.1 va,-A -s.-N 5 sw... 'swf-f wwf-af-xmrg 'tl qt , S Z 2 l'1'l '-l 71 P -l W CI U1 '-1 2' UI:- AAAA W f SAVINGS BANK 2 2 Eb 1 T4 1 E Capital and Surplus ii A over Q 3 390,000 E 4 3 E 1 A 5 University 97 and 98 if 0 , llundrvd Thi ty-Four -.4 S f 3 2 ,. HE SMART x X start young to choose Y 3 their shoes at Hanan's. X 'A High style, choice leather, 3 2 graceful lit, lasting wear, . Q confirm them in the Hanan Q habit. Advanced shoe fash- S ions for young women and 4 i young men mark Hanan x 6, Chicago displays. Yet E, , Hanan prices are modest, f Q vogue and excellence con- f l sidered. . Q 3 f- a a 4 1 With Hanan' Shoes Wear Hanan Hose E A Q 3 K l HAN N fp SCN 1 , 5 S State and Washington S 'Mfg Q M Wabash and Madison F el 1 X I - 5 334 South Michigan ' ? f 4 2 at . el 5 -- "'x.."'.f5g: I Iumlrvd Tllirty-F ' M ' --i" '-'- P 4 RocHE's Q NORTH SHORE E Q PHARMACY X ii Gerald C. Roche, R.Ph. Q Q Hubbard Woods, Illinois S i 3 ICE CREAM Fi 53 CANDY 5 i STATIONERY Q MAGAZINES 2 J 'F A S N. W. Corner 5 Linden Ave. 81 Gage St. E E Phone: Winnetka 76-67 eg Q i fiwmfdwxff K'm.."".u,v"a.."Wg,,,,,m 4 3' WILMETTE - I MOTOR SALES X S x '21 Towing 1 fl Repairing 5 X Washing Q Simonizing F A Accessories Q 1 Tires and Tubes X S Gasoline and Oil g' lg Battery Service it X S 515 Four , A Wilmettetlhsg 5 Wilmette, Illinois 1 47 s AP F O llu 4 2 3' JOHN MILLEN S I Hardware Q Q E ? Paints, Glass, and House- eg ,J hold Goods S Furnaces, Gutters, Down Q A Sllouts, Tinsmithing Q 1 A complete line of build- Q ers' hardware gg J 1' E 1219-1221 Wilmette Ave. i wilmene 3060-3061 g 9 Wilmette, Illinois it 5 W -'i" ' .,,, imN"'V..f"vm:.-,m2.J,1'-,,, ! I 5 ? UNIQUE STYLE SHOP g 1126 Central Avenue Y E Wilmette, Illinois 3 Telephone Wilmette 2403 P I il..ADIES'APPAREL Ready-to-Wear I u E Suits, Coats, Dresses ? i Skirts, Waists, Lingerie A Corse s i" 5 Fitted and Made to Order 3 fi N Millinery g 3 Dresses, Neckwear and I i O Hosiery g 5 Come ln and See Us ig 5 F udrod Tllirtv-Six i 4' . U , . , 5 SCHMIDT COST ME i It 1 I 8x WIG SHOP i I 70115 5 I I I SAFETY I 1? Q ? atyour Q 5 Requisites for the Q, 1 I X Fancy Dress Ball I X I I E and Amateur Stage E DRUG STORE Q 3 1 3 S 1 Renneckar Drug Co. I 5 920 N. Clark St. F! 5 C. E. Renneckar, R.Ph., Prop. fi J 3 X CHICAGO X ta ! Phone Lincoln 5236 4 5 Phones 28 and 29 , Q Shop Hours 8 to 6 6 I Wilmette, Ill, 1 I I 5 Z 5 2 I WILLIAM G. BEYRER E S ELECTRIC AND RADIO SHOP 5. Ig WILMETTE, ILLINOIS 5 I S A Every Electrical Appliance f I for the Home Q Authorized Radiola Dealer f Q I Q Phone Wilmette 81 1131 Central Ave. 1 -I Q E fblwxmfgyfar zm."..i'A-'WL --AI I '-'II .mqdvipwmm O IIuIIdI'1-d TllIl'tV'SOV0ll ii? ri? 4 , 4 6, 'f 4' ! 4' Telephone Glencoe i260-6l i y Q 6 GENUINE Q E HENRY C. WIENECKE 2 E Q S For the Best P S i ' i S P 1 I C jg Hardware 5 Z 5 . I Q 'ClmlmnAfSeniHm' X Paint, Oils, Glass, House- X YQ h ld F' 'h' , Th . l Electric lllpazhzii? lronegs Q l AS the standard Qf Quality and Q ,ii and Vacuum Cleaners, ,fl Preparatlon It lsf .easldy t e E Spaulding Sporting Goods, X 1 leader among satis ying omes- X Mead Ranger Bicycles, E' he fuels' fi x Ideal and Jacobson 4'aCfe E S Thousands of enthusiastic ' Q Power Lawn M 0 W e Y S1 gl 5 users are our best recommencl- ff, 3 L a w n Seeds, Garden 3 ation. gi K Seeds, Fertilizer, Auto- El K Q E mobile Accessories. 3 w s KUTTEN BROS. Q 680-82 Vernon Qve. lg 3 wilmette it 9 Glencoe, Illinois Q 5 5 5 5 I Eiwmfdwxw. -M "'..i'Af-Psi-M-A 'Z --" - 'K 'W vw--'mAf..wf '--A1 ss.-v-I"-L-rs12' -fi-f "rQ1-'Q' M23 I 67 a 4 lr S In the Years to Come - Q The fathers and mothers of the young people now in X , New Trier have watched the Krauss Cleaning and Dyeing f ? Company grow to an institution of real value and service to Q .5 the community. ln the years to come, their sons and daugh- AX x ters will also learn that we can at all times be relied on to 1 give eflicient and prompt service in all branches of the clean- if E ing ancl dyeing business. Q ' K N S umm soveme l- 5 1215 Washington Avenue g wilmeue, lu. g S Phones: l 5 Wilmette 3400 Glencoe 1300 1 Highland Park 2660 Greenleaf 700 it 7 li P" ""Z..fft-K'5-T""".i"Al-?"'lmvW .4'43il"MlV":z-fo""Um'N- Am-m ,."" ed-X ,. One Hundred Thirty-Eight Une Iluurlred Thirty-Nine K 5 9 G 5 O "3 V Z O Q ga-" I. 3 am 50 5 ' fb o 'cu -'- -urn'--1 nu N Q.. -f5Ewe.r.5.-895321 -49 ' Q s Q ff ?,-:-'fe mfg' S+- " E 5 Q bd 55,35 o2",,Q'gvg'o5"'gS,,l8 m Two :"4fT:w'4-f928""':-C SU l Swv-rch ouwl-""o sw -:gang 3, ' MSS 1 P.-..sn1E'E.S4'a"2--,J 2' 5 5 5995. 5'gvgaDg"D-.go"'o5' P , P555 0 w:'Q"O""""3.-EB" 3' L K 0"'f'wV"l -Ei'f"'-- 2-"'2v'-fp" O - Enom riff-'Q sag? self- w,., ua -- 5 rn 1 s-rg'-S aw? Hai 5-Sig am 4 -1 5 53 'dd Goa 2.91.33 'Q 5' Od W QQ an-12 tbCb5"2 925' '1 Q 5 :Q ::"::. ::-Q: EU3 ' Fin .1 I 2 vi f M'-' f .3 my way ,Km Q FREDERICK E. LEWIS C0 North Shore Funeral Directors Announcement On account of in- creased business we are moving to our new location, 1124 Central Av-- enue. Funeral Parlors and Chapel of the Most Modern Equipment DeLuxe Ambulance Only Ambulance Located in Wilmette Parlor Phone: Wilmette 3552 Residence Phone: Wilmette 3552 Mrs. Lewis, Lady Attendant w1x,,,f',..,Nng1"- .. J""'.,d"A1-Tai GLENCOE GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET Phone Glencoe 30 3I 32 676 Vernon Avenue Opposite Village Hall Quality and Service Fancy and Staple Groceries Choice Meats, Fruits and Vegetables Ym,".-axvlf' X'!m""'...f" ANNE!-GA Y ii? A N-' J +-.fxmiag 5 5 9 .3 5 9 3 BRAUN BROS. OIL co. 1 YLALIZACK 1 5 Q Q "F or Fuel -- Use Oil" E Q E f I used to be an editor. f .4 .4 1 5 j Yes, sir: Editor of the B .3 e .5 Echoes, too! Now look X X Fuel Oils for all burners E X at me. Writing ads E Tires, Tubes, Accessories Q E geofsgllizu 51:51 Q ' . n 1 VUlC8l1iZil18 Greasmg 2 records are. Better W. S come in and hear them E fi E -Paul Ash! Ted Lew- 2 X X is! Paul Specht and a S W- tk Telephone wo' tt B E lot of others. This sum- A ' me e e' 'me e ' mer you'll want a 1565 290 . E Q E 5.:11zzE!::,f2? 2.51212 5 fiwmnbws I -if ,.,,.,,,,N..,,5H ,qA Ilrh i to take with you to the 6 ? country. We ve got gd f.., -A .l'.... Jivxvuelmiq 5 'em. Try Us. Q 4 i 1 I f g fi 5 i CHICKERING PIANOS i -1' ' ' " THE AMP1co ' Q E Q COLUMBIA VIVA-TONAL E ' ' A 5 PHONOGRAPHS "' . Q GOODWIN'S E 5 THREEFOLD SHOPS 5 , , S Q Eliminlisiirg-i:ge?llLtErZETonic g Q reatments ' 4 o P Beauti gimp s r f Q Q 'Q-tubing ii ur ermanen aves aisy are on aunt 5, 5 Childrenvs iillgirlpa specialty B 5276E7av2.vtJtreZ - Swzzston ll! E l Phone Wilmette 723 l qL"'l""'0""L'7r5230 -K W 1159 Wilmette Ave., Wilmette E 5 2 f 2 e 2 4332 Eiwwfmxifxf xwf..""..1'A-"'4 .552 0 Ilundrcd Forty-One 'qk J In 4 if I3 3 The Original 1 315.00 Dress Shop i Q Spring Opening of the g ? Mary J ane' s Q .3 315.00 Dress Shop YN X Mary jane's Sl5.00 dresses are just g P a little bit different. For Tea Dances, W ,xl Bridge, and Sportwear, we have A 1 them, in the season's materials, in X K all sizes and up to the minute style. ll Four hundred to select from in each A Q of our stores. S 1635 Orrington Ave., Evanston ll ' 925 Main St. g E 6812 Sheridan Rd., Rogers Park gl ii 5 ?gww,,f-,.gx.a. 1"'Lffx M A-We --ll f 67 5 4 5 THE Q KENILWORTH STORE 5 bg Q T1 2 X FANCY FRUITS F if AND Q 2 VEGETABLES F 'g gl A 3 3 Harry Lynn, Prop. M Phone Kenilworth 403-404-405 l ff, 3 ' zf .111 Ono Hund 131 5 .f as 4' 5 RICHARDSON'S E Q GARAGE 2 1 f F 3 Q Chevrolet Service ,i 9 ll 5 General Garage Work S s 1 fl E 746 Elm St. E Winnetka, Ill. U Q Phone 25 and 841 5 if 15 ffgm1x,,.1",.gN1mf-'..ff --Fl'-""". A if 5 4 g DABE MOTOR CO. Q S 2 -fi OLDSMOBILE .5 E SALES Q 5 SERVICE S s FQ 1 54 A S S Hubbard Woods l 'E Winnetka 296 F9 Y For fy -Two I Q lu Q 5 Q mfr , A4 9+ 1, oc? N045 f 5 X I XO? 'I I 4 + 9 CS Su s -YYY U Q fx, R553 if i" Q 0 X 3- 6 if-1 ' , rbi?" ULN ff Ylx Kb 1941 X QX Ya c f v Q N I U Sq ,Uli- 49 ff f, 'fn f 6 Cf ? 5 XXSS I I -Qqfe Q 4' Xen Nix iq ' X X ' '5 1 . E Q Q gl X: 77 Q Q: fs 0 0 V L My 1 ski 5' ' A G' Q I1 Q3 X I if! A tg EQ Acc I , X ' ' 1 , f v, if N T o :Ii , N' x 4 -' .. X A Eff A.,-73 E Q 1 1 :Sf 'SQA' 'W an , kr jgb fagugi W HL Snguiziu Q: X 5 1.52 I fl q,CN ki I X01 ' us :f.Ex'L .-YJ WI . .J:' EN I-' N L23 S - H2 fm :ELS ei Sskg g " EQ YB 507 0 Q1 5- b "Nf --v Qs :gg Miki w"U'1 X1 5 QQ mv kff-A w s f I L ,Q 1, 5 B fffa Q ,ff 1 K X- , 5 .Q 5 , X -0 Nr-Z ,V,v ,. Q, X. PN QQ' Av 2 a f 5 Q' 41 Q 4 rg " X X f 2 fi N J: 12 V xx I f lx if 4 0 1 2, Ki X Xxx 1 X A X N ,. off-.-'Nr xx J -sf' X I gf' ' X X X X 4 , me Q35 K 1 f . NJ j Hn Iln11111'vdI4'mty llu Fx .jx 'P' 'Qvsf'-:wks Jil 1 Q-. JV' Q Inv ' 1's1'QSv"ie..A 921-YQEQ Almlv 'N'-'4uv"51sJ4I"s.u7J vain, - vn"f'2,,g1v..f"'...2Q12 JP' -1 'v'x"'.,iNFmfQ You Intend to Go to College Are you young men and women making any attempt to save toward part of the expense? We would like to help WINNETKA STATE BANK Elm Street East of Lincoln Avenue Phone Winnetka 10 Winnetka lll Investments Real Estate Loans Insurance 0 . , . rift! -'NA "'..ffx ssY'!'u""".f'A..s mai - ' :aim ffl afV"21-,emalxml Aura' 3 " , 1 vu. as "-' 7' jf ',, 41 4 l av ,,,, "" EXT' fijfk Pa 'SQYZ-c4"'2.yQl9s,ff7'i2,N'W.f'u,:'li2t C5721 A Sip- A Bite- Or a Full Meal- At any time of the day or evening, when that hungry feeling comes, see lac for a tasty sandwich or a chocolate malted. Try our special busi- ness lunch and short orders served from ll A.M. to Mid- night fexcept Sundayj. MAC S BOWLING LUNCH Edward M. McGuire Prop. ln the bowling alley l IS9 Wilmette Ave Wilmette Illinois 3 x I 3 2 5 Wm. f' .42'KJV2ap0ln'g. Ibm: ug-,gmt -INT' I 'iff' WVWQW-Q 7 N T Wg ybffiig lggyk .,YWf:""",,,f' lhaN"f,-nuff! "I 23 S X i A li ? 5 l ic 3 '? "7-7 'K K F 6' 'ji w01ff.c.rims Inc. 4 For E E Hardwearing Hardware 5 5 New Furnaces F 9 Also Cleaning, Repairing, ln- Q 4 stalling, and Pipe Covering. Q ' General Hardware Tinsmithing, X Gutter Spouting, R o o f i n g, 'L Q Household Furnishings, Paints, FQ Cleaners, Wax and Polish Tools 4 A ind Seeds for the Carden and X awn. E Also Fertilizer Q Lawn Rollers for Rent I , Lawn Mowers Sharpened by 1' X Machine S THE NEW sromz xr l 5 I IS5-I 187 Wilmette Ave. 1 Phone l58 -l 5, Opposite Village Hall 2 2' .gf One Hundred Forty-Four 1 2 Ii 1 , 5 S 2 3 x , f' 5 x H 3 I. E ' e , C e 4 GJ IY lNvrrA'rloN 5 Mznan or Q Comes from X I I K Years of P X A Square Shooting 5 4 ?' vi NEC PATITUR LUDUM FAMA, F101-:s" Q2:fi?Q,,iY0ifr -Faxiii and confidence must not be trifled :A di X naw von,u.s.A. QS 5 f 2 KEWANEE BQILER CQMPANY E' i Chicago Branch A. B. Martin P 822 W. Washington Blvd. Resident Manager 5 Iluuwlrvfl lf'ui'ty-Ifiw J ji A Beat Your Friends in Having the Latest Styles 6 AH See Us 5 F 7 TIIE FELTMMI 8: GURME SHOE STURES 5 2 75 Stores from Coast to Coast-16 in Chicago 1 Q Your Nearest Trading Place: 618 Davis St., Evanston if A 5 B 5 5 non: HIGHER 6 X s E' E Style and Comfort for the Older Folks as well as the Students X Unmatchable Values in Hosiery l 3 51.29 Silk from Toe to four-inch Garter Line gi Sl.69 Silk from Toe to Top 'I f' 3 Ig ..,. Jw., i I 6 A J. H. Schaefer E. J. Ken 44 6 E Phone Wilmette 364 E Q PAUL DAVEY 2 Q 2 5 J. H. SCHAEFER Q g, Jeweler t 4 at COMPANY it i 2 f ,Al i A Real Estate Q 2 1165 wilmeue Ave, Investment Securities 5 Phone Wilmette 6 5 Insurance 53 Q wilmeue, Illinois ai Q K l 5 5 803 Ridge Ave. 5 J 5 wnmene, Illinois 'gl A2 5 2 Q FLWNMY... Ave-- ff-xwF'..fAa-NZ ff Qi O llundrod Forty-Six is 4 I f 4 5 li 1 O O Wllmette Muslc Shop Q S Carlton Kaumeyer X . f 5 5 . BRUNSWICK INSTRUMENTS AND RECORDS 1 X AUTHORIZED YQ E R. c. A. RADIOLA4 DEALER 5 B . . . . 2 5 Every New Hlt ln Sheet Music A B 5 A S K 5 l l79 Wilmette Ave. Wilmette, lllinois Phone 3006 '39 Z ?iY'u1X,,,,l'5',...LNxiL,"'L'f" Y --"' As--mfvrzm-enn.'m A.: .Qi li?" 5 fi 5 f a i 9 i ' , , ' Phones Quality and service Q f Wilmette 2600 Wilmette 260l i S PAPANTONY AND SONS X X I f I Never Closed f Y 5 13' 5 Q Fresh Daily ,E MOTOR SERVICES,Inc. ,L rt F 1 A , P' A V QL? I y drgl 8 . Q E Everything Q 1 egeta es an rocerles 1 for the Automobile n 'S m ff. A . Z X Free Delivery Service Q 72l.M""' sheet S 1135 Central Ave., Wilmette A 3 wllmette' In' A 3, Phones 154-1361 i J. c. slown A. B. vmouesen AZ P 3 V 2 - ze Q zf Q21 .xii O llundrcd 1' r ty-Seven i E 2 Q s 5 5 5 '-Suk' J'-1 Nvkpuql .dad VW of-' 22.51 .,, I kg' This L-' on s: : 3' 9. -h 2 CD cn rn 'S S. O cu my f To fit every family's needs and every family's pocketbook. All ironed service, partially ironed I fl 1 ' - W- .J A 9, 5 5 X 5 . E x va 3 . 1 . - Z 5 5 I 'S Q ' service. Services in which the , V 1 1, clothes are returned damp for 9 'Sf' ironing at home. A complete 1 W service for every home ffx filzgfn. Ae PHONE WINNETKA 132 w,Yav0,,.,Af'e.uVJvl"i,,,gQv.4l' ...Q-. JV'-1 :af Ydizfsf'-af"'..4f' sri:-""1.i' '- Nz5G"'- -7.6i"'afV"' NORTH SHORE LAUNDRY 566 Chestnut Street Wlnnetka Illmols O , Hundred Forty-Eight " W. ws-'v"'...."N.. 4 .rs-v m,'wu.nvq,,,,qfP,,uzf,,v-v1wq,N-zv,,l',,,-q,2- ,y'....fswQ-'.,'11x Fuji ,if . 5 , It A 5 Q 5 6 6' 5 4 Q GRADUATES Q Q f We extend to you our happiest E J congratulations and to you who F l are coming up through the ranks 5 Q? and to the succeeding line of i 9 graduates, We Wish Every Suc- Fi Q cess. Q Q 3 l " z 69 . p WILMETTE STATE BANK , 5 "Your Home Bank" 8 . J ' 4 ' " 1 X Q i S. A. Wheelock ................ President Q ,fl Phillip Hoffmann ........... Vice-President f S Dan G. Stiles .............. Vice-President Q W. C. Shurtleff ............. Vice-President 5 K W. D. Leary .................... Cashier 5 J. M. Budinger ........... Assistant Cashier lg if F. L. Bateman Frank Seng Fil W. W. Buchanan C. N. Stevens Q 3 Lyman M. Drake Judson F. Stone ' Phillip Hoffmann Arthur J. Taylor B 1 Benjamin F. Lewis Henry Taylor, jr. G7 S. A. Wheelock i W V' 3 5 '11 Y 9 13 ef H my En,,"'7,..q,NiL mf- .zw.:". 1"A-'- have wana www mm Ami- - -ss...-'-'..ff-as -xr' ,gg-ti Ono Hundred Forty-Nine i 5 4 3 . c 5 5 . 2 .fi gp Jr.: -ve' ..:sm2 Z., if Q YU'v""iq.Al'u 'Qu 1 . 5 a ? i 5 hs 51 1 4 Q a Agents for Eastman Kodaks and Supplies Hydrox Ice Cream A G Spaulding Athletic Goods We serve at our Fountain the Famous S. 6: C. Chocolate and Butterscotch Sundaes. SN IDER-CAZEL DRUG CO. E. C. Cazel, Pres. II67 Wilmette Ave. Phone Wilmette 400-40l "tJ'F--'W9N"'4-'ml Phone 2843 415 Fourth St. TERMINAL HARDWARE Across from L on Fourth St Builders Hardware Paint Oil Glass Radio Sporting Goods and Garden -9.43 'tai V2-fra lit.-JN. 'QP' 1' "".4fx X, YL-fl-A Wh. "afVf"'24u"'l2m in 'null "Dix -Flu fizyyl, 5 ? .5 L Q If fl . .4 I . I ' .' . 2 5 Everything for the Home 3 I L: ,-.. "' 4. :mt a Ji O cv 0 'F' ... c: 5 Q. 'S 5 1 9 HOME COOKING 4' l Truly these two words are Q E overworked. E v e r y Tom, E S Dick and Harry uses them. X H They have come to mean less f 'A than nothing. S fs But here at the Wilmette Food X Shop we're old fashioned-we 'E still stick to the good old home Q cooked methods. Try a meal F 3 here and you will agree with Q i us. 'X S SUNDAY DINNER Ii E One Dollar K Served from 12 to 8 5 WILMETTE FOOD SHOP 1 4l7 Fourth St. A 6, - Phone 1826 9 lg F' .fm 69 5 4' 5 We Want Your l E Suggestions and E E? C riticisms la 6 The aim of this bank is to N X Q serve you as nearly as possible i Q in the way you want to be yu served. 3 lf there are any things which A we have not done. or any- X ' thing which you think we might , do better, do not hesitate to Q tell us. I It will be a favor to us, and a 5 N benefit to you. 5 FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF 5 WILMETTE, ILLINOIS 'il 5 5 .ig-:f W ed Fifty if af 4 6 3 T Q BEST WISHES AND CONGRATULATIONS 2 5 TO THE FACULTY AND GRADUATES OF P 15 Q NEW TRIER HIGH scHooL 5 R A L E 3 1 P S 1 S if Q CENTRAL CAFETERIA g S WILMETTE, ILLINOIS 2 1 V it Q f I-YF' 1 I fi' 4 i 4 4 4 4 3 HERBON BROS. 1 if 1 Q Taxi Service Expressing E Q SCHULTZ 8z NORD E E? Q E? Tailoring Q Qs ' N J 730 Twelfth st' fx 'S New Process Cleaning X - X S Wilmette, Ill. F Q and D ein yi 4 A ,4 y g 4 1 3 3 N F E S 5 Q S Q 1152 Central Avenue 5 Phones 2 3 Wilmette, lu. 3 3 Wilmette 21 I Wilmette 9 it 3 it 2 Q A f ir- - -n NW .-.1 1:6 , W.. m ,r .Es .aff 0 llundrvd Fifty-One f -,-T 'im.,"'V-f"i'W2 W'-ff-vx"'v"'kmY' -,x yil lNli annuals, lilac brilliant victories, arc brought about by thc co-or- tlinzilion ol' skillful gcncrulship and trained cllort. The xliilin 82 Ollicr lirisgi'ux'ir1g'ffo. isAmCricu's foremost school annual designing and cngruvirig specialist, bccatlsc in its organization are mobilized Anicrictrs lczitling crc- ulivc minds und mcclniunicul crziftsnicn. THE JAHN 82 OLLIER ENGRAVING CO. Plwtug1'aplic1's, Arlixts and Alake1's0f17ine Printing Plalcsfur Black and Colors 817 W. WAsii1Nc'1'oN BLVD., Ci ucixco aQ4u fl , , Sirtkfl, If 'fI.ui'jl: Hui- Illliirllw-il I"il'Iy'l'wu if' rsfafv-W1...Af-..vv waz.. - J'--ik-fd VJNRQ ?"r'YvQ'zmAf...u7.fv-ez."-V-f'H1'i2' fr' VJRA75 4 '71 i 3 i o ,I i - go eras: 3, Q ,, 1 Q 3. U og ,rom n - 5 :Lo cn I E7 A Q W :,-omg l 3 '11 1313 I rn 5 5 1 mf' --fain! 2. 5-1 "5 cr. 2. E F235 ages S., ga 2' 0.25 323525 73 3 "1 " 'J 0 N0 . wzvasf' wow ,, .4 . ...H ae-sw o 5 gg-sas has -E, H? 1152.5 as -1 i 2-sms' sas? 9-1 if! air-m f-'E E.. C -5-'Go :I-'Jw .-rn. 0 Q ' 5 S 9' H Emi rv . 5 -U ' 339739: 236' ru-'4 .."5: 5 SEQ rn , Hr-1. 5 :f ww . 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Q ' . 5 1 A ' f yan i 1 fg 4 Q BABY PICTURES 23 7' HESS MOTORS 3' Ruth KMC 1 SERVICE i l IZ:"::..,':::e"' i Q C X Marion Wolff X Expert Automobile 2 if gloria 'Seller ga Q , et BWI' ce ls Repalrzng 5 ag AnnyLewre::e 5 - i v Seymour Burge and another ,S X Storage Gas Oils Q X yrgxsa Evers Q Q F Q Junior Smith F hd Phone Wilmette 208 5 ,A Lisbefh Goss l Edward R erson ll Complete Garage Service ll Helen WV!! Q Towing Day and Night i Q :gifs rgagztt Q 1225 Central Ave., Wilmette Q :g3f1'fafd"'g:f:1our Bum 3 K 3 Harold Spinney l n O O g 5 Robert C. Martin i Everythlng Essential At 1 L42-fgafg :NHS nz ,7 for the Automobile 97 John Sheridagn 5, ? .Q , if if ,eff eff Qefmfv 4' 5 4 in 1 f 5 Q s 4 THIS ANNUAL 1' 2' 'J a product of X E Q HARTMAN PRINTING CO. F sl Springfield, nlineie S I Printing, Binding, Embossing, Engraving 1' i 5 ,Z 5 R1 'Z , 5 Qwxefzewwx ff-if ive-"'1e-A fm .535 One Hundrod Fifty +1 l N, . 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