Niles Township High School East - Reflections Yearbook (Skokie, IL)

 - Class of 1940

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1340 K ENGLISH [A] CLARA A. KLAUS: B.S., M S.; University of Wisconsin, North¬ western University, LaCrosse State Teachers ' College. Home State: Illinois. Formerly taught in Illinois. Hobbies: Music, theatre, cooking. LUCILLE RONALDS: B.A., M.A.; Mount Holyoke College, University of Illinois. Home State: Illinois. Formerly taught in Illinois, Connecticut. LINDA BERNHART: A.B., AM.; Rockford College, University of Illinois. Home State: Illinois. Formerly taught in Iowa, Wisconsin. Foreign travel: England and France. Hobb ' es: Swimming, tennis, sewing, cooking, music, art. ESTHER FLEDDERJOHN: A.B.; Medill School of Journalism, North¬ western University. Home State: Ohio. Formerly taught in Ohio, Illinois. Hobbies: Collecting pictorial maps, first editions of magazines, and menus. RUTH C. LANT: A. B., M A.; Monmouth College, Northwestern University. Home State: Illinois. Formerly taught in Illinois. Foreign Travel: Cuba and Canada. . , Hobbies: Cooking making bows and arrows, horseback riding. MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE [B] H. R. OHLSON: B.E., B.S., M.S.; University of Chicago, Northern Illinois State Teachers’ College. Home State: Illinois. Formerly taught in Arizona, Illinois. Hobbies: Paintinq, touring the West, science. NORMAN C. KENT: B.S., M.S.; University of Illinois. Home State: Minnesota. Formerly taught in Illinois. Hobbies: Science and skull collecting. ETHEL SCHOENBAUM: B.A., M.A.; Milwaukee Downer College, Northwestern University. Home State: Wisconsin. Formerly taught in Wisconsin. Foreign Travel: Canada, Mexico, and Cuba. Hobbies: Dramatic reading, music, swimming, badminton. JOHN C. BENETTE: B.S., M.A.; University of Chicago, North¬ western University. Home State: Michigan. Formerly taught in Michigan, Illinois. Foreign Travel: Canada. Hobbies: Science, photography. LESTER E. GALITZ: B.A.; Bradley Tech. Home State: Illinois.. Formerly taught in Illinois. Hobby: Joy Ann. of Navy Band during the FINE ARTS [C] CLIFFORD W. COLLINS: B.S.; University of Illinois, Conn National School of Music.. Home State: Illinois. Formerly occupied position as Master World War. Foreign Travel: Europe, Canada, Mexico. CLARA A. KLAUS: See English section. . . JOHN GILBERT WILKINS: B.S . B.A.E.; Kansas State Teachers College, School of Art Institute, Chicago, Illinois. Home State: Missouri. . Formerly taught at Art Institute of Chicago. Foreign Travel: Canada, Mexico, Europe. RUTH V ’ ESCH BO. M.O.; Chicago School of Expression and Dramatic Art. Studied under Oliver Hinsd.ll of Mofthwj.frn University, and Bertha lies, formerly of Chicago Dramatic Scho . Home State: Michigan. Formerly taught in Wisconsin, Illinois. Foreign Travel: Canada. .. . • -i. Hobbies: Interior decorating, travel, amateur theatricals. APPLIED ARTS ID] c. E. LINDLEY; B. S.; University of Illinois, Northwestern University. Home State: ' Illinois. Formerly tauqht in Illinois. AU b CE : LINE hin B.S.. A.A.; St.ph.n, Coll.,., Unlv.r.ity of N.bra.ta. Fo rlV «iup .d%o.it.o„ a, H.«. EcooomU .... Power Company. Foreign Travel: Mexico. Hobby: Collecting tiny perfume bottles. CLEMENT MEIER: Ph.B.; De Paul University. Home State: Illinois Hobby: Coin collecting. [ io ] immimmiiiiiimimmiiiiiiiiniiii FOREIGN LANGUAGES |E] THERESA E. KRANZ B.A., M.A.; University of Minnesota Home State: Minnesota. Formerly taught in Minnesota. Foreign Travel: Canada. Hobby: Needlecraft. MARJORY RONALDS: A.B., M.A.; Yassar College. Columbia Uni. versity. University of Paris. Home State: Illinois. Formerly taught in Maryland. Foreign Travel: Europe. PHYSICAL EDUCATION [F] HAROLD ISAACON: B.S.; Western State Teachers ' College, Michigan Home State: Illinois. Formerly taught in Michigan. Hobbies: Radio, movies. MILDRED A. SCHAEFER. B.P.E., A.G.U., B.S. and M.A.; Normal College, De Paul University. Home State: Illinois. Formerly taught in Illinois, Wisconsin. Hobbies: Horseback riding, collecting stamps, attending Nilehi baseketball and football games. COMMERCIAL STUDIES [G] MARIE GREEN: B.S.; Northwestern University. Home State: Illinois. Formerly occupied position as principal of College Hill grammar school. Hobbies: Golf, reading, horticulture. MILDRED B. JOHNSON: B.A., M.A.; University of Iowa, New York University, Columbia University, Harvard University. Home State: Iowa. Formerly taught in Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin. Foreign Travel: Cuba. Europe. Canada. SOCIAL SCIENCE [H] THRESA E. KRANZ: See Foreign Language Section. CAROLYN LUMPP: B.S., M.A.; Northwestern University. Home State: Illinois. Formerly taught in Illinois. Foreign Travel: Canada. Hobbies: Swimming, bowling, basketball, golf, tennis, dancing. D. W. FLAGG: A.B., M.A.; Kalamazoo College, Spokane Uni¬ versity, Western State Normal, University of Michigan, Northwestern University. Home State: Michigan. Formerly taught in Michigan. Foreign Travel: Canada. Hobbies: Reading golf, music, civic activities. F. MORGAN TAYLOR: A.B.; Grinnell College. Home State: Iowa Formerly taught in Illinois. Hobby: Coaching. GRACE G. HARBERT: B.S., M.A.; University of Illinois, Minnesota University. Home State: Indiana Formerly taught in Illinois. Foreign Travel: Canada and Mexico Hobbies: Golf, swimming. |H] 1940 t I ' ] m nncipa General management and supervision of the school is the responsibility of our principal, whose broad interpretation of a logical, yet interesting, educational program is illustrated by the various NTHS activities flourishing under his endorse¬ ment and support. Mr. Cotanche is identified with the phe¬ nomenal development of a school whose life span is still less than a decade. From a rich back¬ ground of personal experience and through habit of daily study of a multiplicity of intricate fac¬ tors, he has evolved a basic school philosophy which is organically adapted to local opportuni¬ ties and limitations. The unity between the school and the Board of Education is a realization of his advisory position to the Board. Though ever busy with school projects, he plays an important role as an outstanding citizen of the community; and, indeed, regards fulfill¬ ment of community obligations an essential phase of the school administrator ' s service. Through excellent leadership, Mr. Cotanche has integrated students, faculty, and school facili¬ ties into a co-operative unit which is at once workable and flexible. Office Miss Irene Tess, clerk, and Miss Laura Ross, secretary, staff our busy center of official communications and records. 1939 1940 NILEHI REFLECTIONS Mlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll JI JIM The Board of Education enjoys the respect and admiration of the entire township for its fine administrative record. That our new school is ranked among the most soundly designed and handsomely equipped educational plants now to be found in Chicagoland, is a tribute of which this group is most deserving. Last summer, the sudden death of Mr. Frank Ambler, member of the Board from Lincoln wood, marked the close of a period of service that began with the inception of the high school. Mr. Ambler ' s passing represented a loss which was felt in every quarter of the township. Mr. Willard E. Hertzberg of Lincolnwood was appointed to serve out the unexpired term of Mr. Ambler. LEFT TO RIGHT: Mr. Ralph E. Cotanche, Mr. Mack D. Falknor, Mr. Peter J. Kluesing, Miss Mildred Tess. President. Mr. Ivan M. Paroubek, Mr. Willard E. Hertzberg. [Assistant [Principal The Guidance program of NTHS is in the capable hands of Mr. Flagg. He conducts courses in orientation, plans vocational assemblies, arranges personal interviews, directs guidance functions of all teachers, and is evolving a student program of study integrated on class levels; namely, fresh¬ men adjustment to high school, sophomore per¬ sonality study, junior formulation of correct social habits, and, finally, senior preparation for advanced work, whether academic or commercial. The warm interest and practical advice which Mr. Flagg brings to each student who seeks a bet¬ ter understanding of the high school curriculum are creating a widespread appreciation of the true usefulness of his specialized service. Mr. Fl agg maintains professional contact with co¬ workers in the field through his prominent partici¬ pation in the activities of the Midwest Guidance Association, an organization which has as its sine qua non " Education is Guidance. " t ' 3 ) to rati This year, all the world celebrates the 5 0 01 h a n n i versa ry o Jo h a n n Gutenberg s invention of movable type . MISS MYERS The library is the heart of any school. Without a good one, students and teachers are at a great disadvantage. Our library is very young and is there¬ fore in a stage of rapid growth. In the course of a few years, it will compare favorably with the library of any high school of equal size. Even the most critical observer would warm to the beauty of our reading room. The expansive, circular tables, the luxurious chairs, the perfect light¬ ing, the artistic appointments—all contribute to the comfort and pleasure of the library patron. Four conference chambers and a magazine alcove flank the reading room. Miss Myers, our capable librarian, says: " We have only begun on the long task of building a well-rounded library. As the cataloging progresses, material will become more available. In adding to the collection already begun, we strive for close co-operation with the various departments, as it is our purpose to serve all. Today the well-educated man must not only possess information, but must understand how to seek and find it for himself. This is the goal of our library —to help our students to help themselves. " C. A. Nelson. 1940 [ ■«] NILEHI REFLECTIONS I- Cafeterv SCEh i a SCENE I SCENE: Schoolroom. TIME: Just before the noon bell. Students sit upright in chairs, books piled neatly (?) on their desks, one arm braced for a speedy start. Teacher speaks tensely as she, too, becomes uneasy. She is now giving the assignment. TEACHER: We have several things to do tomor¬ row. First . . . let ' s sit still till the bell rings pages 843 to 900 ... I want an outline . . . The bell hasn’t rung yet! ! ! Sit back in your places. Why are you in such a rush? Now concentrate on your . . . Edward! Stop talking! ! Open your books to page 843 and start read¬ ing. I don ' t want to see a book closed until the bell has rung! (Pause). Quite, please! ! ! ! ! Students look furtively at one another and at the teacher. Their eyes stray inevitably to the dock which has somehow become unco-operative. It s pasf bell time. Some crouch and start impulsively several times—one gets up from his seat and is saved only by the good old bell. At last! Right on time. Curtain SCENE II Offstage is a great clamor of voices, slamming and dropping of books. (Sound like Histories.) The din grows nearer, and voices can be heard: Won¬ der if they got hamburgers today? (June Berg ); " Boy. do I smell baked beans? ' " ; I got in line first, chisler! ; and. Hey, Mickey, no fair—get back in line with the other little girls. " Trays and silverware clash and glasses tinkle. The shuffle of feet and clamor of voices die away. The curtain opens. SCENE: Cafeteria. TIME: First part of lunch hour. MOOD; Mixed atmosphere of industry and con¬ tentment. Chairs are occupied, row on row. Countless plates, bowls, and cups resound to the strokes of knife, fork and spoon. Soup, sandwiches, and salads disappear. Talk dies to a murmur. Here and there a pupil relaxes blissfully before his empty plate. Soon grins of complete satisfaction are epidemic. EDWARD: (Glances apprehensively at the clock): Gosh! Why can ' t they hold up that bell?!? Laura Nunemacher. UPPER LEFT: Source of taste teasing odors and appetite whetting flavors is the busy, cheery school kitchen In charge are Mrs. Schuler, Mrs. Kestenholi, Mrs. Harms, and Mrs. Schoening. UPPER RIGHT: That comfortable feeling that pervades the brief after-lunch respite is here mirrored in two hundred faces. LOWER RIGHT: The sundaes must be good to judge by the smile on Gerry Deily’s face as she pays cashier, Miss Irene Tess. Bill Taylor and Miss Line cast a bemused eye on three hungry customers. At the extreme left, Rita Jane Fisher delicately manages a spoon, while . . . well, has Jack Kelly finished his? St udent of acuity Sforum SEATED: G. Struck, C. Nelson, Miss M. Ronalds, D. Anderson, J. Winklhofer, R. Paroubek, Mr. Benette, R. Bowser, R. Meyer. STANDING: C. Kohtz, W. Flagg, P. Donnell, R. Tolzien, Mr. Ohlson, E. Stielow, Miss Herbert, H. Biegert, Mr. Flagg, R. Krier, C. Lindhoy, M. Throop, P. Reiland, M. Schilling, M. Mailander. RICHARD PAROUBEK JAMES WINKLHOFER DORIS ANDERSON Vice-President President Secretary MR. BENETTE . Sponsor [ 20 ] — oTc X oretgn language GU VIRGINIA MEHREN HENRY MAIER Treasurer President Lively, progressive leadership, and skilful, imaginative sponsorship enabled the Foreign Language Club to set a 1939-40 record of achive- ments that rings a challenge to FLC members of next year. There are four language-student groups at NTHS: French, German, Spanish and Latin. Each conducts, in cyclic turn, the monthly assembly programs of the club. Playlets, movies, guest speakers, music, all dealing with the cultural as¬ pects of the foreign languages studied, made in¬ teresting fare this past year. Occasionally the entire student body was fortunate enough to be invited. The year ' s activities closed with a picnic. There couldn’t possibly have been another e$ident more wrapped up in his office than 3 S Henry Maier. His co-operative spirit at e meetings and his able delivery of bulletins er the speaker system attested to his com- 3 tency. And great credit very deservingly 3 es to the capable co-sponsors, Miss Marjorie snalds and Miss Kranz, for their excellent di- ctorship. Foreign language course enrollment ould mount next year. MARGARET DAHM Vice-President FRED HUSCHER Secretary cS emors ANNA ANDERSON General DORIS BUGERA Commercial ALBERT GOELER General ETHEL ANDERSON Commercial HARRIET BUS Commercial SONJA L GREINER College Prep RALPH BECKER College Prep JEAN CAMPBELL General WERNER HEIDTKE College Prep CORNELIUS E. BLAMEUSER General MARY DESMOND College Prep MATHILDA M. HERMES College Prep WALLACE BRUNKE General BURTON W. GLATZ College Prep HAROLD HYNES College Prep [ 50 ] -1 9 4 o norma jane van wormer General WILLIAM O ' CONNELL College Prep EDWARD JETTMANN General RUSS-ELL WARNER General HAROLD A. SCHEWE General JOHN R. KELLY College Prep RUTH WERDELL Commercial HARRIET L. SCHROEDER College Prep ALVIN V. KLUESING Commercial STANLEY WIDINSK! General IRENE SWANSON Commercial MARTHA KRAJCHOVICH College Prep MARY WINGER College Prep DOROTHY M. VAN CLEAVE Commercial LEROY P. KRIER College Prep [si ] WAYNE E. ADAMS Commercial ARMEDA S. BONAGURO College Prep ROBERT H. CONRAD General DOLORES L. GEHRS College Prep DORIS E. ANDERSON Commercial RUBY DEAN BOWSER College Prep MARGARET DAHM College Prep ROBERT HOFFMAN General RAYMOND BALFOUR College Prep ROBERT CAMPBELL General FRANCES B. DOLAN Commercial FRED N. HUSCHER College Prep EDWIN BOLD College Prep FLORENCE E. CERVENKA Commercial EUGENE F. GARNER College Prep RICHARD KERLEY College Prep BARBARA KRISTOF Commercial HELEN M. KRISOR College Prep WALTER C. LAUTH College Prep GLENN H. LENZEN College Prep MONA FAYE MAILANDER General ARMIN K. MAYER General GRACE MOORAD Commercial EDWARD MUELLER General EDWARD H. PEARSON College Prep DOROTHY E. PUTNAM Commercial MARY RAU Commercial ROBERT SHURE College Prep GRACE I. SIEMSEN College Prep ELAINE A. SNYDER College Prep EDWIN WESTERLUND College Prep NORENE WHITWORTH Commercial { 53 ] VICTOR BAPTIST College Prep LILLIAN D. BARTZ Commercial GERTRUDE BECKER Commercial WILLARD BAUMANN Commercial ALLAN BRAUCH General EUGENE H. FIELD College Prep ALBERT JOHANTGEN College Prep GWENDOLYN ANN BROCK General DOROTHY GUTMAN Commercial MARGARET J. KALMES Commercial JOSEPHINE BRODTKE Commercial EVELYN L. GOHL Commercial KENNETH KELLEN Commercial ROBERT W. FAWCETT General ROBERT LEROY HARMS College Prep JACK KRISTOF Commercial 1 4] immumnimimt ummuimimmiimiiiuiimiujjj LOUISE C. KRUEGER Commercial ERNEST MINER General MARIE C. LOUTSCH Commercial MADELINE MUELLER Commercial HENRY MAIER College Prep TED NELSON College Prep VIRGINIA LOUISE MEHREN College Prep VIOLA L. NELSON Commercial { 55 ] MARIE CATHERINE NORDBY College Prep IVAN G. PAROUBEK General ROSEMARY SCHMELZER Commercial ROGER P. SCHOENEBERGER College Prep 1940 ELEANOR SCHRAMM General IRENE TURSKI Commercial THEODORE F. WUNDERLE Commercial JAMES WINKLHOFER College Prep I 94 ° 94 ° Uu4 OLcXi GLENN ARNDT College Prep ARTHUR E. BAUMHARDT College Prep RUTH M. EINHAUS Commercial JACK ELLIS College Prep JOHN BIRON tfJW-DUANE F. FORD College PrepC - College Prep A.- . EDWARD BOYK JOHN HEGARTY College Prep College Prep ANN M. JURASITZ College Prep VIRGINIA KADLEC Commercial LUCILLE LANGE General JOHN NELSON College Prep WITHOUT PICTURES: DONALD HENDERSON. PAT HERD. EUGENE RAZKOW, CARL REED, RAYMOND ZECH. LEON GERALDINE REGAN College Prep WILBERT STRUCK Commercial RICHARD SULLIVAN General ROBERT S. THROOP, JR. College Prep [ 56 ] nt 11 mi I- cJhe J rch ive ANDERSON. ANNA Bowling. Dramatics Club, Glee Club, See Chicago C.ub. ANDERSON. DORIS Bowling Dramatics Club, G.A.A., Monitor ' s Club, News¬ paper Staff, See Chicago Club. Oratory ' 39, Junior Prom Committee. Annual Staff, Student Council, Student Faculty Forum. ANDERSON, ETHEL Bowling. Dramatics Club, G.A.A.. Glee Club, Monitor ' s Club, See Chicago Club. ARNDT, GLENN Cheerleaders Club. Glee Club, See Chicago Club. Or- chestra. Annual Staff. BALFOUR. RAYMOND Bowling, Latin Club, Glee Club. BAPTIST, VICTOR Latin Club, Glee Club, See Chicago Club, Oratory ' 40. BARTZ. LILLIAN Glee Club. BAUMANN, WILLARD Glee Club. Mi ed Chorus, Golf, See Chicago Club, Junior Prom Committee. BaUHARDT. ARTHUR Bowling, Glee Club. See Chicago Club. BECKER. GERTRUDE G.A.A., Glee Club, See Chicago Club. Family Night Program. BIRONG. JACK Bowling, French Club. Glee Club, See Chicago Club, Stu¬ dent Council (Ne w Trier), Foreign Language Club. BLAMEUSER. CORNELIUS Glee Club, See Chicago Club, Band, Ring and Pin Com¬ mittee. BONAGURO, ARMEDA French Club, GA.A., Glee Club, Monitor ' s Club, See Chicago Club, Oratory ' 39. BOWSER, RUBY Latin Club, Spanish Club (Evanston), Senior Play Cast, Newspaper Staff, See Chicago Club, Tennis (Evanston), Oratory ' 40. Nilehi Camera Club, Junior Prom Committee, Student Faculty Forum, Family Night Program, Chairman of Clean Up Week. BOYK, EDWARD Bowling, German Club, Glee Club. BRAUCH, ALLAN Bowling, Dramatics Club, German Club, Glee Club, Golf, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Monitor’s Club, See Chicago Club, Foreign Language Club. BROCK, GWENDOLYN Bowling, G.A.A., Glee Club. BRODTKE, JOSPHINE Monitor ' s Club, Family Night Program. BRUNKE, WALLACE Bowling, Dramatics Club, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus. Golf. See Chicago Club, Junior Prom Committee. 1940 BUGERA. DOROTHY Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, See Chicago Club. BUS, HARRIET Bowling, G.A.A., Glee Club, Monitor ' s Club, Student Faculty Forum, Family Night Program. CAMPBELL, JEAN G.A.A., Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, See Chicago Club. Student Faculty Forum, Family Night Program. CAMPBELL, ROBERT German Club, Glee Club, See Chicago Club. CERVENKA. FLORENCE G.A.A., Glee Club. Monitor ' s Club, See Chicago Club. CONRAD. ROBERT Glee Club. DAHM, MARGARET German Club, G.A.A., Glee Club, Newspaper Staff, See Chicago Club, Tennis, Orchestra, Nilehi Camera Club, Junior Prom Committee, Annual Staff, Foreign Language Club, Science Club. DESMOND, MARY Dramatics Club. Monitor ' s Club, See Chicago Club. DOLAN, FRANCES Glee Club, Monitor ' s Club. See Chicago Club, Family Night Program. EINHAUS, RUTH Dramatics Club, G.A.A., Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Moni¬ tor ' s Club, See Chicago Club, Family Night Program. ELLIS, JACK German Club, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Tennis, Foreign Language Club. FORD, DUANE Glee Club, See Chicago Club. GARNER. EUGENE French Club, See Chicago Club, Foreign Language Club. GEHRS, DOLORES Latin Club, G.A.A., Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, See Chicago Club, Junior Prom Committee. GLATZ, BURTON French Club, Glee Club, Newspaper Staff, See Chicago Club, Band, Orchestra, Junior Prom Committee, Student Council (Lane), Foreign Language Club. GOELER, ALBERT Student Council (Lane). GOHL, EVELYN Dramatics Club, G.A.A., Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Family Night Program. GREINER, SONJA Bowling, Cheerleaders Club, Dramatics Club, Latin Club, German Club, G.A.A., Newspaper Staff, See Chicago Club, Tennis, Junior Prom Committee. GUTMAN, DOROTHY Bowling, German Club, G.A.A., Glee Club, Monitor ' s Club. r 57 3 cSi emors HARMS, ROBERT Dramatics Club, German Club, Glee Club, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, See Chicago Club, Band, Orchestra, Junior Prom Committee. HEGARTY, JOHN German Club, Glee Club. HEIDTKE, WERNER German Club, See Chicago Club, Band, Orchestra, Foreign Language Club. HERMES, MATHILDA German Club, Glee Club, Monitor ' s Club, See Chicago Club, Oratory ' 39, Junior Prom Committee. HOFFMAN, ROBERT Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, See Chicago Club. HUSCHER, FRED German Club, See Chicago Club, Foreign Language Club. HYNES, HAROLD Cheerleaders Club, Dramatics Club, German Club, Glee Club, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, See Chicago Club, Band, Student Faculty Forum. JETTMANN, EDWARD Glee Club. JOHANTGEN, ALBERT German Club, See Chicago Club, Band, Orchestra, Foreign Language Club. JURASITZ, ANN Bowling, German Club, G.A.A., Glee Club, Golf, Monitor s Club, Newspaper Staff, See Chicago Club, Tennis, Nilehi Camera Club, Annual Staff. KADLEC, VIRGINIA Bowling, Cheerleaders Club, Dramatics Club, French Club, G.A.A., Glee Club, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, See Chicago Club, Band, Orchestra, Nilehi Camera Club, Foreign Language Club. KALMES, MARGARET Glee Club, See Chicago Club. KELLEN, KENNETH See Chicago Club. KELLY, JOHN Glee Club, Newspaper Staff, See Chicago Club, Junior Prom Committee, Foreign Language Club. KERLEY, RICHARD Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, See Chicago Club, Junior Prom Committee. KRAJCHOVICH, MARTHA French Club, G.A.A., Golf, Monitor ' s Club, Newspaper Staff, See Chicago Club, Junior Prom Committee, Foreign Language Club. KRISOR, HELEN Latin Club, G.A.A., Glee Club, See Chicago Club, Tennis, Annual Staff, Student Council, Monitor ' s Club KRISTOF, BARBARA German Club, Glee Club, See Chicago Club, Annual Staff, Ring and Pin Committee KRISTOF, JACK Senior Play Cast, See Chicago Club, Nilehi Camera Club. LANGE, LUCILLE Bowling, G.A.A., Glee Club, Monitor ' s Club, See Chicago Club, junior Prom Committee. LAUTH, WALTER Dramatics Club, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, News¬ paper Staff, See Chicago Club, Band, Orchestra, Junior Prom Committee. LOUTSCH, MARIE Glee Club, Monitor’s Club, See Chicago Club. MAIER, HENRY German Club, Glee Club, Band, Orchestra, Student Council (Lane). Foreign Language Club. MAILANDER, MONA Bowling, Latin Club, G.A.A., Monitor s Club, Newspaper Staff, See Chicago Club, Junior Prom Committee, Student Faculty Forum. MAYER, ARMIN Bowling, German Club, Glee Club, Golf, See Chicago Club. MEHREN, VIRGINIA French Club, G.A.A., See Chicago Club, Student Council, Foreign Language Club. MINER, ERNEST Glee Club, See Chicago Club, Band, Orchestra. MOORAD, GRACE G.A.A., Glee Club, Monitor ' s Club, See Chicago Club, Oratory ' 39. MUELLER, MADELINE G.A.A., Glee Club, Monitor ' s Club, See Chicago Club. NELSON, JOHN French Club, Senior Play Cast, Junior Prom Committee, Foreign Language Club. NELSON, TED Glee Club. NELSON, VIOLA Bowling, Latin Club, G.A.A., Glee Club, See Chicago Club. NORDBY, MARIE Dramatics Club, French Club, Latin Club, G.A.A., Senior Play Cast, Monitor ' s Club, Newspaper Staff, See Chicago Club, Junior Prom Committee, Foreign Language Club. O’CONNELL, WILLIAM French Club, Glee Club, Golf, See Chicago Club, Oratory ' 40, Junior Prom Committee, Annual Staff, Foreign Lan¬ guage Club. [ 58 ] eniors PAROUBEK. IVAN Club, Mi«ed Cborut. See Chicago Club PEARSON. EDWARD rl , Bowling. French Club. Newspaper Staff, See Chicago Club. Tennis, Foreign Language Club, Handbook Committee. PUTNAM. DOROTHY G.A.A., See Chicago Club. RAU. MARY Dramatics Club, G.A.A.. See Chicago Club. RAZKOW. EUGENE Dramatics Club, Junior Play Cast. Senior Play Cost. See Chicago Club. REED, CARL Bowling. Latin Club. Glee Club, Foreign Language Club. REGAN, GERALDINE Bowling. Latin Club. G.A.A., Glee Club, Monitor ' s Club, See Chicago Club. SCHMELZER. ROSE See Chicago Cub. SCHRAMM, ELEANOR Dramatics Club, G.A.A. (Evanston), Senior Play Cast, Oratory 38 (Evanston). SCHOENEBERGER. ROGER Bowling (St. George), German Club, Glee Club, News¬ paper Staff, See Chicago Club, Tennis (St. George). Foreign Language Club. SCHROEDER, HARRIET See Chicago Club. SHURE, ROBERT Bowling. French Club, Glee Club, Golf, See Chicago Club. SIEMSEN. GRACE Latin Club, Glee Club, K ixed Chorus, See Chicago Club. SNYDER. ELAINE Dramatics Club, Latin Club, Glee Club, See Chicago Club. STRUCK. WILBERT Bowling. Glee Club, Monitor ' s Club. SULLIVAN, RICHARD Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Junior Prom Committee. SWANSON, IRENE Bowling, French Club, G.A.A., Glee Club, See Chicago Club, Junior Prom Committee, Family Night Program. THROOP, ROBERT Bowling, French Club, Glee Club, See Chicago Club, Band, Orchestra. Student Council. TURSKI, IRENE French Club, Glee Club, See Chicago Club, Tennis, Or¬ chestra, Junior Prom Committee, Foreign Language Club. VAN CLEAVE, DOROTHY Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, See Chicago Club, Junior Prom Committee, Ring and Pin Committee, Student Council, Handbook Committee. VAN WORMER, NORMA JANE French Club, G.A.A., Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Monitor s Club, See Chicago Club. WERDELL, RUTH Bowling, Dramatics Club, Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Senior Play Cast, See Chicago Club, Tennis, Junior Prom Com¬ mittee. WESTERLUND, EDWIN French Club, Glee Club, See Chicago Club, Band, Orches¬ tra, Junior Prom Committee, Foreign Language Club. WHITWORTH. NORENE Dramatics Club, Senior Play Cast, Oratory ' 39, Band, Orchestra. WIDINSKI, STANLEY Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, Golf. WINGER, MARY Dramatics Club, Latin Club, German Club, G.A.A., Glee Club, Newspaper Staff, See Chicago Club, Nilehi Camera Club, Foreign Language Club. WINKLHOFER, JAMES Bowling, German Club, Glee Club, Golf, Monitor s Club, See Chicago Club, Nilehi Broadcasting Club, Annual Staff, Student Faculty Forum. 94 ° 5n jttcmoriam 3Jane Cobb 1920—1939 Class of 1938 [ 59 ]


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