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'jd R f' Vw, w ! ' r 4 nl 44. A. f O W vw 2 x .. 3-W M, X 1 503' , . . x .1 u 1, 111 , -4 .1 f. 1 .4 A ' Q A -lf-f M.. 'Si , I Q sn, , hr 'S J sf' . , A 5 v, . x'l"" - -an n , 1 sf ' QQ, hx ,, wa' - . - -z., A . N- ,f . .L '. if 1, , W NORTH CENTRAL CCJLLEGE i1uu rol W lam Heinmiller The Class of 1940 talces pleasure in dedicating this thirty-First volume of the Spectrum to William H. Heinmiller. KA master craftsman of education, his mind is progressive always, lceeping up with both his studies and his students. He has earned the right to be called a teacher in the true sense. G-!d4464 4 m RALL, EDWARD Naperville, lll. B.A. Zoology, Student Council 1, Glee Club 1, 9, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 3, Beta Beta Beta, Phi Kappa Delta 3, 4, Pres. Senior Class 4. BAIRD, JOHN Glen Ellyn, lll. B.A. Commerce and Social Science, Commerce Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Business Man- ager of Spectrum 4, Board of Publications 4. NIETZ, LUELLA Akron, Ohio B.A. Music, Cilee Club 1, CTreas. QD Sec'y. 3, 4, Girl's Octette 1, Q, 3, 4. Orchestra Q, 3, 4. Chapel Choir Q, 3, 4., Sigma Rho Gamma 3, 4, Vice-Pres. Senior Class. BAUM, RUTH Adell, Wis. Biology Club 1, Q, Y. W. C. A. Vesper Committee 1, Glee Club Q, 4, Jr. Class Secretary 3, Wis. Booster Club Pres. 3, College League Sec'y. 3. HEINHORST, FERNE Mason City, lll. B.S. Home Economics, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 3, 4, Sec. Senior Class, Vice- Pres. of Home Ec. Club, College Social Comm. 4. BISHOP, GERALD o. Prairie View, lll. B.A. English, Alpha Psi Omega Q, 4, Dramatics 3, 4. WEINERT, GLENN Preston, Neb. B.A. Psychology and Social Science, Golden Triangle 1, Soc. Comm. 3, 4, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 4, Treas. Senior Class. BORNGRHBE, JACK K. Aurora, lll. B.S. Commerce, University of lll. 1, Q. BOYD, RUTH Ashton, lll. B. M. E. Public School Music Corgan.D Band 1, 2, CSec'y 35, 4, Orchestra 1, 9, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, Q, 3, 4, Sigma Rho Gamma Q, Cpres. 35, 4, Parnassus 3, Chapel Choir 3, 4, Girl's Octette 1, 9, 3, 4. BUSS, jOSEPHlNE Reed City, Mich. B.A. Zoology, Central State Teachers College 1, Band Q, 3, 4, Y. W. C. A. Q, 3, 4, Zoology Club 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, W. A. A. 3, 4. BRAND, ALTON Olivia, Minn. B.A. English, Orchestra 1, Q, 3, 4, Men's Octette 1, Glee Club 1, Q, 4, Social Comm. 1, 52, 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta Q, Cpres. 3.3 Plays 3, Writer's Club 3, CPres. 4D, Y. M. C. A. Cabinet 3, Chapel Choir 4. CIGRAND, ELROYA Aurora, lll. B.S. Biology, W. A. A. 1, Q, 3, 4. BRICKER, HERBERT Downers Grove, lll. B.A. Zoology and Chem- istry, Swimming 2, Varsity 3, Zoology and Chem- istry Clubs 4. COHEN, DAVID Lombard, lll. Univ. of lllinois, North Central First semester. BROEKER, ELAINE Naperville, lll. B.A. l-listory, Dramatics 1 l-listory Club 9, 3, 4 Spectrum 4. COOPER, ANNA Avoca, Wis. B.A. English, Y. W. C. A 1,W. A. A. Q, 3,4 NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE Q s DARNELL DOROTHY ,IEAN Napervllle lll BA French Major Art Club 'I Womens Glee Cu 2 3 4 FLESSNER HAROLD Cullom Ill B A Socual Science Seager Assoclatlon 'I Q 3 4 Golden TrlangIe'I 9 Wrestling Q Glee Club 3 4 Y M C A Cabinet DAUNER EDITH Ft Wayne Ind BA Music and Engllsh rs ee Cu Chapel Choir 4 Sigma Rho Gamma 4 Operas The Bohemian Glrl Martha W A A 4 GABEL CLYDE Yorkville lll B S Engrneerlng Engrneer rng Club'I 2 3 4 ase a CCapt 4 Pres Varsity Club DAVIS DARRELL Sublette lll BA Religion GATTSHALL WAYNE Prame du Sac Wls BS Commerce Intramurals S2 3 4 Commer e Cu Q 3 4 DAVISI RUSSELL Naperville lll B A Hnstory Cranejunror Co ege 'I North Plc unlor and Indiana State TeachersCoIlegeQ Evans ville College 3 Chapel Chorr 4 GILLOGLY FRED Hinsdale III BA Social Science oot ball Baslietball Varsrty Cub . . I N A I I I , . - , are . 1 1 -'r - I - I . I 1 . . . I ' - I T - , - . .r .y j . . . . . j . ., , j GII w 4j i I . i i ,l 'ID 1 1 - .. .f ,i . f ' it ll . T j .... . I I . -I I 1 I I , . , . , . , . . . . . j 1. . i - . . j . . iF . - I I I IRI I iB ' 'll I I I C i i 1 i l 1 i b Q1 . - iD 1 1 ' l ' j ' . . , j .... 4. I 10 GOETZ, JEANNE Naperville, lll. B.A. French, Glee Club 1, Q, 3, 4, Commerce Club Q. GRAUNKE, LLOYD Faribault, Minn. B.A. English, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Orchestra 1, Q, Cpres. 3D 4, Golden Triangle 1, Dramatics Q, 3, 4, Y. M. C. A. CCabinet and Central Comm. 3D, Social Comm. Y. M. C. A. 4. GOLDING, AUDREY Aurora, lll. B.A. English, N. l. S. T. C. Dekalb, Ill. GREENAWALT, JOSEPHINE Aurora, lll. BS. Home Ec., Home Ec. Club 3, 4. GOLDSTEIN, MAXINE Elgin, lll. B.S. Phys. Education, Univ. of Illinois 1, Q, 3, W. A. A. 4. GROVES, RUTH Downers Grove, Ill. B.A. English, W. A. A. 1, Q, 3, 4, Glee Club Q, 4, W. A. A. Board of Control 4, May Oueen. GRAF, CLIFFORD Aurora, lll. B.A. Zoology, Zoology Club 1, Q, 3, 4, Chemistry Q, 3, Chronicle 3, 4, Intramurals. GUELL, EUNICE Fond du Lac, Wis. B. of Musical Education, Ripon College 1, Q, Glee Club 3, 4, Chapel Choir 4. QX NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE Nm HALDEMAN,MlLDRED Streator, III. B.A. Commerce, Golden Triangle 1, Commerce Club Q, 3, 4, Student Finance Board 3, 4, Dramatics 3, Y. W. C. A. 3, 4, W. A. A. 3, 4, Social Committee 4, Homecoming Banquet Chairman 4. HARTONG, FRANKLIN Plainfield, III. B.S. Pre-Engr., Freshman Football, Intramural Q, 3, 4, Engr. Club Q CSecy- Treas. 3D, 4. HAMPSON, ARTHUR Bloomfield, New jersey B.S. Physical Ed, Spring- field College. HAYDEN, RICHARD Yorlcville, Ill. B.S. Phys. Ed, Freshman football and basketball 1, Varsity baseball, Varsity football, Intramural baslcet- ball Q, 3, Football, Base- baII,Y.M.C.A. Treasurer, Student Council, Central Committee 4. HANMER, BARBARA St. Charles, Ill. B.A. Social Science and Eng, W. A. A. 1, History Club, 2, Writer's Club 3. HECKAMAN, MONVILO Bremen, Ind. B. of Music Education, Cuirl's Cilee Club 1,Q, 3, 4, Sigma Rho Gamma 1, Q, 3, 4, W. A. A. 3, 4, Chapel Choir 3, 4,Writer's Club 4, Bond 1, SZ, 3, 4, Girl's Octette 1, Q, 3, 4. HARRIS, RICHARD Naperville, III. B.A. English and Social Sci, Writer's Club 2, 3, 4, CVice-Pres.D Sigma Tau Delta 3, 4. CPres.D, Chron- icle 9, 3, 4, Track 1, Q, 3, Cardinal Editor 4, Foot- ball 1, Q. HEM, WILMA Oswego, III. B.A. History, Spectrum Staff1,W.A. A.1,Q, 3, 4, Board of Control 3, 4, History Club 3, 4, Sec'y. and Treas. 4, Pi Kappa Delta 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Forensic Board CSec'y and Treas. 45. HIEBER, ROBERT Bucyrus, Ohio B.A.German,B.M.Organ, Band 1, Q, 3, Chapel Choir Q, 4, Sigma Rho Gamma Q, 3, 4. HOVEY, GRAY Glen Ellyn, III. B.A. Commerce and Social Sci, Commerce Club Q, 3, 4, Cpres. 45, Chronicle 3. HOLLISTER, ROBERT Aurora, III. B.A, Commerce and Social Sci., Commerce Club 9, 3, 4, Tennis Q, 3, Intramurals 1, Q, 3, Chronicle 4. IMMEL, WOODROW New Paris, lnd. B.A. Mathematics, Baslcet- ball 1, Q, 3, 4, Student Council 1, Traclc 1, Cross Country Q, Men's Repre- sentative 4. HOLSLAG, MARIAN Aurora, III. B.A. Commerce, Com- merce Club 1, GollTeam Q JACKSON, EVELYN R. Akron, Ohio B.M. Music Education, Girl's Glee Club 1, Q, 3, 4, Chapel Choir 1, 9, 3, 4, Parnassus 1, SZ, 3, 4, Sigma Rho Gamma Q, 3, 4, Art Editor Spectrum Q, 3, Opera Q, 3, 4. HOREK, BENNIE Cicero,lll. B.S. Commerce, Morton Jr. College 1, Commerce Club 3, 4. JENKS, RUTH Wheaton, lll. B.A. French, Home Ec. Club 1, Golf 9. NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE Nm El., JOHNSON, MILDRED Elkhart, lnd. B.A. English and Biology, Zoology Club 1, Q, Glee Club 1, Q, 3, 4, Choir 1, Q, 3, 4, Girl's Octette 1, 9, Sigma Tau Delta Q, 3, 4, Writer's Club 3, 4, W. A. A. 4, Cardinal Board 4. KOEHLER, ROBERT E. Naperville, lll. B.A.Commerce,Economics, Freshman Guidance Com- mittee, Debate 1, Swim- ming 1, Concert Lecture Course Committee 1, 3, 4, Phi Kappa Delta Sec'y. CPres. 4D, Student Finance Board 3, Commerce Club 3, 4, Student Comptroller 4, Handbook editor 3, Publication Board 4, Phi GammaMu,HonorsSociety CPres. 4D. KASTNER, GORDON Milwaukee, Wis. B.A. Commerce, Com- merce Club, Spectrum 3, 4, Editor 4, Univ. of Rochester, 1. KUEHN, PAUL Niles, Mich. B.A. Chemistry, Chemistry Club 3, 4. KIRKPATRICK, jOYCE LEONE Walworth, Wis. B.M.E. of Music Ed., lll. Wesleyan University 1, Delta Omicron 1, ACcap- pella Choir 1, Masquers Club 1, "Pirates of Penz- ance" 1, Glee Club Q, 4, "Martha"Q,ChapelChoir Q, 3, 'iRobin Hood" 3, Sigma Rho Gamma 3, 4, Dramatics 4. LAHMAN, DONALD Joliet, lll. Commerce, University o . KITZENBERGER,ELAINE St. joseph, Mo. B.A. Music, St. Joseph Jr. College 1, Q, Sigma Rho Gamma 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, CLibrarian 45, Or- chestra 3, 4, Y. W. C. A. Chapel Committee 3, Chapel Choir 4 CSec'y.D, Sec'y. Booster Club 4, Sec'y. Orchestra 4, Girl's Octette 4. LEASURE, jAMES Clinton, lll. B.A, History, Basketball 1, 52, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Club Q, 3, 4. LEEDY, DORINE Napoleon, Ohio B.A.CommerceondEngIish, Glee Club Q, 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta 2, 3, 4, 'Com- merce Club 3, 4, CSec y. 4D, Y, W. C. A. Treas. MAU, MARGARET Harmon, lll. B.A. Speech and English, Band 1, Q, 3, Golden Triangle 1, Opera 1, Q, Debate 1, 3, Sigma Tau Delta Q, 3, 4, Parnassus Q, 3, Phi Kappa Delta 3, Sec'y. 4, Alpha Psi Omega 3, CPres. 45, Glee Club 3, Home Ec. Club 3. LITTLEFORD, WILBUR Downers Grove, lll. B.A. Social Sci., Student Council 1 , Football, Baslcet- ball Q, President Athletic Board 3. MCKINLEY, KENNETH Wheaton, Ill. B.A. Commerce, Chronicle 1, Q, 3, 4, Band 1, Q, Varsity Baseball 3, 4, Commerce Club 4. MARCKHOFF, CARLA Batavia, lll. B.A. English, Y. W. C. A., Glee Club Q, 3, 4, Writer's Club 4, Alpha Psi Omega, W. A. A. 4. MEHN, HARRISON W. Norwalk, Wis. B.A. Zoology, Frosh. Foot- ball, Basketball 1, Glee Club 1, Q, 4, Class Pres. 1, Tri Beta Q, 3, 4, Chem. Club 3, 4. MARTIN, jEANNE Detroit, Mich. B.A. English. MESSERSCHMIDT, LOWELL Madison, Wis. B.A. Social Science and l-listory, College Chronicle 1, Q, 3, 4, Men's C-Jlee Club Q, 3, 4, Writer's Club 3, Social Com- mittee 4, Student Council 4, Spectrum Sports Editor 4. NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE S I MILLER, JOHN Glen Ellyn, Ill. B.A. Commerce and Social Science, Intramurals 'I, Q, 3, Debate 'I, Commerce Assistant 4. OVERMEYER, CLEON S. Lake Bruce, Ind. B.A. Speech and History, History Club 'I, Q, 3, 4, Seager Assoc. 'I, Q, 3, 4, getgate Q, 3, Dramatics NALLY, VIRGINIA South Bend, Ind. B.A. Social Science, lndi ana University Extension, Homecoming Play EZ, Vice Pres. Y. W. C. A. 4 Pres. Phi Gamma Mu 4, Student Council 4. PERRINE, SHELDON E. Aurora, III. B.A. History, Chronicle 'I, Q, 3, Commerce Club 3, 4, Art Club 4. 95' NICHOLSON, WILLIAM Aurora, III. B.S. Commerce, Commerce Club 9, 3, 4, Football Mgr. 3, Varsity Club 3, 4. PETERS, LQVERNE Streator, III. B.S. Physical Education, W. A. A.1, Q, 3, 4, Zoology Club 1, Q, Art Club 1, Q, 4, Social Com- mittee 4, Spectrum Wo- man's Sport Editor 4. NORWICE, FLORENCE Chicago, III. B.A. Biology, Glee Club 'I, 2, Home Ec. Club 'I, 3, 4, History Club 'I. PHILLIPS, ELIZABETH Naperville, III. B.A. Latin. PIPER, BETTY Naperville, lll. B.A. Social Science, Glee Club 1, Q, 3, W. A. A. 1, 9, 3, 4, Dramatics 1, Q, 4, Tennis Cup Q, Debate Q, Y.W.C.A., Oratory 3, History Club 3, 4, Forensics Board of Control 3, Y. W. C. A. World Fellowship Chairman 4, Central Committee 4. REEVES, MARION Elburn, lll. B.A. l-listory and English, W. A. A. 3, 4, l-listory Club 3, 4, Eureka-1 semester. POOLE, ALBERT Flint, Mich. B.A. Speech and Zoology, Golden Triangle1,Student Council Q, 3, Pres. College League 3, Treas. Student Council 3, Dramatics 1, 9, 3, 4, Pres., Mich. Booster Club, l-lomecoming Chair- man 4, Social Committee 3, 4, Intramurals. REIMER, ANITA Goodrich, North Dalc. B.A. Zoology, W. A. A. 1, 3, 4, Zoology Club 1, 3, 4, Beta Beta Beta 3, 4. OUANTOCK, ROBERT Oswego, lll. B.A. Chemistry, Football, Basketball 1, Chem. Club 3, 4, l-listory Club 3. ROEDERER, ROBERT Huntington, lnd. B.A. Social Science, Men's Glee Club 1, Q, 3, 4, Deputation Work 1, 2, 3, 4, Octette Q, 3, 4, Chapel Choir Q. RAECKER, LaVON Manly, Iowa B.M. Ed., Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, W. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 9, l-lome Ec. Club SZ, 3, 4, Sigma Rho Gamma 3, 4, Parnassus 3, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 4, Chapel Choir 4. ROHRS, EDWARD C. Naperville, lll. B.A. English, Wabash College 1, Writer's Club Q, 3, 4, Chronicle 3, 4, Tennis Team 3, 4, Man- ager Cardinal 4, Athletic Board 4. NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE S I ms ROTA CHARLES Somerset, Pa. B.A. Social Science, Social Committee Q, 3, 4, Seager Assoc. 1, Q, CPres. 35, 4, Y. lvl. C. A. Pres. 4, Pi Gamma Mu 4. SCHNEIDER, RUTH Wauwatosa, Wis. B.A. English, Univ. of Wis. Extension 1, Q, Writer's Club 3, 4, Y. W. C. A. 4. RUSSELL, ELLIS Nora Springs, Iowa B.A. Social Science, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, History Club 3, 4. SCHULTZ, CARL Denmark, Wis. B.A. History, Football 9, History Club 2, 3, 4, Chem. Club 3, 4. SAVILLE, BARRETT Mooseheart, Ill. B.A. History and Phys. Ed., Football ancl Traclc, Varsity Club. SCHUMACHER, MIRIAM Aurora, III. B.A. History, Sec'y. of class Q, History Club 3, 4, Alpha Psi Omega 4, Pi Gamma Mu 4, North Central Honor Society. SCHALL, HARVEY E. Milwaukee, Wis. B A. English and German, Seager Assoc. 1, Q, 3, 4, Social Committee Q, 3. SHIELDS, ROBERT Wheaton, III. B.A. English, Wheaton College 1, Writer's Club Q, 3, 4, Chronicle 2, 3, 4, Wrestling Q. SHOGER, RUTH Oswego, Ill. BA En Iish . . g Transfer from Aurora Col- lege. STONER, ROBERT F. Aurora, lll. B.A. Commerce, Football 1, Q, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Q, Chronicle 'l, Q, 3, 4, - Commerce Club Q, 3, 4, Treasurer jr. Class 3. SIEWERT, ALBERTA Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. B. of Musical Ed., Univ. of Wis. 'l, Orchestra Q, 3, 4, Girl's Glee Club Q, 3, 4, Aurora Civic Q, 3, 4, Sigma Rho Cuamma 3, 4. STRAWE, MARGARET Naperville, III. B.A. Zoology, Zoology Club 1, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet Q, Beta Beta Beta Q, 3, 4. SPIEGLER, VIVADALE Naperville, III. B.A. French, Student Council 1, 2, 4, Glee Club Q, Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 3, Commerce Club 3, Spec- trumSec'y. 4, Chronicle 4. STUCKY, JAMES Syracuse, lnd. B.A. Commerce, Freshman football, basketball. Var- sity football Q,3,4, Varsity basketball Q, 3, 4, Soph. Class Pres., Pres. Indiana Booster Club Q, jr. Class Pres. 3, College Day Chairman 3, Student Body Pres. 4, Who's Who in College and University 4, Commerce Club Q, 3, 4, Varsity Club Q, 3, 4. STOCKMAN, ELMER H. Laurelville, Ohio B.A. Psychology, College Chorus 'l, Q, Inter-college debate 3, 4. SUHR, ESTHER Rock Grove, lll. B.A. Commerce, W. A, A. 'l, Q, 3, 4, Commerce Club Q, 3, 4. NORTH CENTRAL CO-LEGE S ' S TEICHMANN,GORDON Aurora, lll. B.A. Music and History, Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Cross- country 1, Men's Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Orchestra 9, 3, 4, Track 9, 3, 4, Chapel Choir 4, Sigma Rho Gamma 3, 4, Varsity Club 9, 3, 4, History Club SZ, Homecoming Play 2. TROUT, SHIRLEY Downers Grove, lll. B.A. Chemistry and Zo- ology. Zoology Club 1, 4, Writers Club Q, 4, Chemistry Club 3, 4- THEUER, ESTHER Cleveland, Ohio B.A. Social Science, Dramatics 1, Q, 3, 4, Y. W. C. A. 1, Q, 3, CPres. 45, Glee Club 1, 22, 3, 4, Booster Club CPres. QD, 1, Q, 3, 4, Phi Gamma Mu 3, 4, Student Council 3 CSec'y. 45, Ass't. to Prof. Heinmiller, Central Committee3,4,0rchestra3. WEBER, jEAN Edgerton, Ohio B.A. Music and English. Cnlee Club 1, Q, 3, 4, Sigma Tau Delta Q, 3, 4, Chronicle Q, 3, 4, Chapel Choir 4. TOEPFER, LEONARD East Detroit, Mich. TOMPKINS, FREDERIC Naperville, lll. B.A. History, History Club B.A. Social Science, 1, Q, 3, 4, Seager Assoc. PleasantView Luther Col- 1, Q, 3, 4, Student Vol unteers 1, 2, 3, 4, Y. M C. A. Q. WENDLlNG, EVELYN Naperville, Ill. B.A. Commerce, Com- merce Club Q, 3, 4. lege-Basketball, Student Body Pres. 1, Chronicle 3, 4, Y. M. C. A. 3, 4, Glee Club 3, Writer's Club 3, 4, Art Club Treas. 3, Social Com- mittee. WENZEL, STERLING B.A. Psychology, Wrest- ling Q. F WHITE, HOOPER Aurora, lll. B.A. English, Football 1, Swimming team 1, 2, 3, CCap't 45, Sport's editor of Chronicle 1, 9,CEditor 3, 4D, Student Council 3, 4. WHITE, HUGH Aurora, lll. B.A. English- Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, Q, Chron- icle 1, Q,CBus. Mgr. 3, 4D, Glee Club 3, Varsity Club 4. WORSLEY, jOHN Downers Grove, lll. B.A. Zoology and Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, Q, Zoology Club 3, 4, Chem. Club 3, 4. ZURBRIGG, NORMAN Gowanstown, Ontario B.A. Social Science, Student Volunteers 2, Y. M. C. A. Q, Glee Club 3, 4. NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE if Ei 4 'ff 4 L 'lx . 4, 'Q K Q, 'Ii Q 'SK' av? Q -........ I 1 ...- A 1 X JG The Class of 1943 Top Row Spencer, Weston Davis, Mary lda Washburn, Russell Mercer, Beth Abbott, Margaret Adams, Mary Row Two Arlen, Mary Arndt, ,lean Augustine, Elizabeth Baclfemeyer, Kieth Bailey, Richard Barrow, Barbara Row Three Bates, James Baumgartner, Ruth Beebe, Robert Bennett, Corwin Benning, Merle Benning, Shirl Row Four Benzel, Ladoris Blanc, Marcella Bonne, Richard Bourland, Harold Bowers, David Branch, A. Elizabeth Row Five Bubert, Rollin Busl4, Donald Butenhohf, Robert Cameron, Margaret Ccirpenter, jack Christoiersen, Beatric G Row Six Clarlc, William Cole, Mary Cooper, Frances Dahl, Ernest Dailey, Charles Dawson, Leslie 2 Bottom Row Dibble, Manley Dillen, Katharine Dovenspilqe, l'larry Driscoll, Shirley Duncan, Donald Dunlap, Virginia Top Row Duselc, Franlc Eby, Robert Eigenbrodt, Glenn Engel, Ralph Eversole, Gladys Evert, ,lack Row Two Farrell, Edward Faust, Charles Filsinger, Dorothea Flett, Elizabeth Foslcett, Richard Frank, Edward Row Three Franzen, Ralph Gamertsfelder, Ma Gauerlce, Richard Gerry, Marie Gilpatrick, Louis Givler, slane Row Four Glading, Thelma Goetz, Charlotte Green, Louise Grush, Suzanne Guastella, vlennie Guenther, Donald Row Five Guenther, Wava Guest, Robert Guise, Margaret Gustafson, Roy l'lahne, James Harris, VV'illard J rjorie Row Six l-lart, Betty l'larter, Bernice l'leiman, Norman l'leininger, Marjorie l-lellrich, John l"lenery, Raymond Bottom Row l-lill, lyron l-lills, Alvin l'loFFman, l-'larold l-lolligan, Margaret l-lollon, ,lack l-lorley, William 'CEA Iflfbdlfl, CLASS OF 1943 Top Row Hosler, Kenneth Hotchlciss, Hope Huntoon, vlames vlahn, Horace Jensen, Robert sludson, Richard Row Two juhnl4e, Charles Kay, Katherine Kepner, Raymond Kienholz, Milton Kight, Raul Knox, Robert Row Three Koehler, Richard Koltholl, Norma Krug, Elizabeth Kunde, Dorothy Laier, Carol Lamm, Milton Row Four Lathrop, Melva Letller, john Long, Ellsworth Loser, Arla Loveless, julia lf. Luther, William Row Five Mann, Richard Martin, John Matthews, Earle Matthies, Virgini Mayer, ,lean McAfee, Helen C1 Row Six Anil Bottom Row McCormick, Robert Moomaw, Julia Meese, Clayton Mehn, Howard Miller, Howard Mole, Marijane Mole, Marjorie 26 Mueller, Margaret Murphy, William Myers, ,lean Nicholson, Robert Novatny, Frank Top Row Pahaly, June Parker, Clifton pelling, William Perrin, glean Peterson, Erling Pilotte, Eames Row Two Plumer, jeanette Pontious, l'lazel Porter, l-larriet Preston, ,laclc Richert, Virginia Rildi, Geraldine Row Three Rodibaugh, George Rohrs, james Rohrs, john Rott, Margaret St. Angelo, George Sanders, Thomas Row Four Schlafer, Charles Schriver, Eldon Schroeder, Carl Schweitzer, l-larvey Sciuto, joseph Shatier, lla Row Five Shoger, David Siedschlag, Arlene Smith, Alice Smith, Delores Smith, Elaine Smith, Lawrence ,V ,. ,H ,. aw, V . 3 3 ,,,. - Qti 3 Q 5M4 .s Row Six Soehner, William Soiegler, Madge Stahl, Marian Starl4, Paul Starr, Edwin Stephens, Esther 4 fig f ' k Bottom Row Stern, jeanne Stucl4y, Lyman Sumrow, Nayna Swanson, Nlarjo Swift, Virginia lhies, Alice C2564 lfIfL6ilfL CLASS OF 1943 Top Row Thomas, Robert Tovey, Margaret Van Selus, Viola Vinyard, Edgar Wagner, William Warnoclc, Donald Row Three White, William Williams, Gowan Winkenweder, Bette Winston, Lucille Wolf, Marcia Woltl, John Row Two Watson, George Wedsworth, Thos. Wellner, Charlotte Wenzel, Dorothy Wenzel, Frances Wenzel, Jolene Row Four Womer, Franlc Yenerich, Wallace Zachman, Mildred Allen, Dollynelle Duauette, Jeanne i 1 e Class of 1942 Top Row Stone, George 0al4 parlc, lll, Faust, Doris Kalamazoo, Mich. Stravve, Betty Naperville, lll. Schmidt, Robert Clarendon l-lills, lll Row Two Allison, Marion Glen Ellyn, lll. Anderson, Walter Aurora, lll. Bernhardt, Laurent Seymour, Wis. Betts, Gratton Elgin, lll. Row Three Beyler, Marian Naperville, lll. Binder, Wallace Wheaton, lll. Blanlc, l.ois Alcron, Ohio Bleiler, Ruth Ellc Mound, Wis. fl Row FOUFV Boebel, Fredericlc Naperville, lll. Bonto, Virgil Wichita, Kan. Brown, Charlotte Downers Grove, Buchman, Robert Naperville, lll. 30 Bottom Row Burelq Alexander Lombard, lll. Carlson, Allan Aurora, lll. Chamberlin, Martha Nappanee, lnd. Chatterton, Ruth Wheaton, lll. Top Row Coats, June Wheaton, lll. Collitt, Ted Beulah Beach, Qhio Daily, Sherwood Downers Grove, lll. Darnell, Marian Naperville, lll. Row Two Dennis, ,loe Wheaton, lll. Dier, Dorothy Niagara Falls, N. Y. Doecle, William Denmark, Wis. Dolby, Betty Elgin, lll. Row Three Domm, Caroline Naperville, lll. Donnenworth, Mildred Naperville, lll. Douglas, Charles West Chicago, lll. Downs, Richard Aurora, lll. 4-'g,,'k 3 ,its Us Row Four Dunham, l-larriett Flint, Mich. lfberhardt, Edward lndianapolis, lnd. Ehersole, Robert El l4hart, lnd. Ehninger, Mary K. South Bend, lnd. Bottom Row Essig, l'loward Hkharhlnd. Pager, Ruth Roclclord, lll. Fausb Ruth Kalamazoo, Mich Fergus, Robert Glen Ellyn, lll. CSO AOWLOTZ CLASS OF 1943 Top Row Ferington, Raymond Loclcport, N. Y. Frei, Rachel l'loricon, Wis. Fry, Clinton Naperville, III. Gast, Dorothy Aurora, Ill. Row Two Geiger, Charles Lalcewood, Qhio Gensriclq l-lerbert Milwaukee, Wis. Gess, Lowell Nerstrand, Minn. Gibson, Gale Clinton, lll. Row Thfee Gill, Martha Naperville, III. Gordon, Archer Aurora, Ill. Grecu, Thomas Gary, lnd. Guither, Ellen Walnut, III. Row Four l-lalenrichter, Fern Plaintield, III. l-lalenrichter, Glenda Plainfield, Ill. l-larlan, john Downers Grove, lll. l-larshman, Dale Sterling, lll. 32 Bottom Row l-lerhen, Robert Naperville, III. l-lerlcner, l.ois Cleveland, Chia I-lewitt, Dale Downers Grove, lll. l-lilton, jean Aurora, Ill. Top Row l'limmel, Joseph Naperville, lll. l-lirschman, Dorothy Kitchener, Qnt, l'lolert, l-lerbert Naperville, lll. l-louden, Lloyd Belvidere, III. Row Two l-loyt, l-lelen Faribault, Minn. lreland, George Flint, Mich. ,lGCl4SOD, Thelma Alcron, Ohio Jensen, Dervvood l-lerscher, lll. Row Three Johnson, Margaret St. Charles, lll. Kailer, Charles Downers Grove, lll. Keller, Delores Sleepy Eye, Minn. Kellerman, Garfield Monroe, Mich. Row Four Kellogg, Eugene Naperville, III. King, john Chicago, III. Kirn, Maris Detroit, Mich. Kline, Raymond Culver, lnd. Bottom Row Knoche, Fredericlc Naperville, lll. Kottlte, Muriel Graceville, Minn. Kring, Glen Blisslield, Mich. Krueger, Waverly Naperville, III. CSO A0lf1fL0'C6 CLASS OF1942 Top Row l.amm, Virgil Kutch, Colo. Lepeck, Warren Westmont, lll. l.emke, Dorothy Mt. Carmel, lll. l.enard, l.ouis Aurora, lll, Row Two Lester, George Downers Grove, lll. Licht, Winilred Aurora, lll. Lounspury, Edith Glen Ellyn, lll. Luce, Emerald Naperville, lll. Row Three Lynds, jack Sandwich, lll. Mcl"lenry, Patricia Aurora, Ill. Miller, Gail Downers Grove, lll Miner, Dorothy Kankakee, lll. in V -w '-2 fl Row Four Moore, Marvin Glen Ellyn, lll. Muellen, -lheophil Mich, City, lnd. Neubauer, Rudolph Winfield, lll. Nuckles, Robert Belvidere, lll. 34 Bottom Row Odom, Norman Aurora, lll. Qllutt, Paige Aurora, lll, Qsterland, Frank Naperville, Ill. Ostroth, Don Bay City, Mich Top Row Page, Dennis Green l.alce, Wis. Parrott, Velma Battle Creek, Mich. Peterson, Shirley Aurora, III. Plautz, Carl Aurora, III. U Row Two Pratt, Gordon Glen Ellyn, l'll. Prussner, ,lohn Sumatra, N. E. l. Rapp, Olive Sublette, lll. Rehstoclc, Mildred Ellchart, lnd. A Row Three Reidt, Elizabeth Waltham, Mass. Riclcel, Margery Perrysburg, Qhio Rigoni, Vivian Aurora, III. Rinepolt, Marion Ludington, Mich. Q .1 ...E ,.', R - u an ' Row Four Bottom Row Roesler, Paul Ruth, Gordon Wells, Minn. Warroad, Minn. Rowe, l.ucy Schendel, Lyndon Harrisburg, Pa. Bellingham, Minn. Russell, Rosemary Schultz, Marvin Naperville, lll. Green Lalce, Wis. Russell, Samuel Schweppe, l'larvey Naperville, lll. Plain, Wis. 50 A0lflfl0'C6 CLASS OF 1942 Top Row Seth, Dorothy Chicago, III. Shatzer, William Mooseheart, lll. Siewert, Dorothy Milwaukee, Wis Simmons, James Toledo, Ohio Row Two Singer, Anna Faye Holton, Kan. Smith, Curtis Williamsburg, Ky. Smith, Evelyn Naperville, III. Smith, Harry Pardeeville, Wis Row Three Soehner, Glyndon Detroit, Mich. Spreng, Richard Ashland, Ohio Steen, Ronald Wheaton, lll. Stetlen, Eileen Elroy, Wis. X Row FOUI' Stott, Marigail Wheaton, lll. Taylor, Arthur Naperville, lll. Townsend, Harvard Downers Grove, lll. Walker, Sarah Lockport, N. Y. 36 1 Bottom Row Wickwire, Guy Belvidere, Ill. Wilkerson, Edith Akron, Ohio Wilkerson, Mary Akron, Ohio Wilkins, Anita Wheaton, III. i .5 3' ,Q 5 ',,. .img 4 9' Top Row Bottom Row Zimmerman, William A. Williams, George . Downers Grove, Ill. Ferndale, Mich Witte, Marcile Milwaukee, Wis. Wright, Tanya Chicago, III. Young, Malcolm Culver, lncl. 3-cfiomoze CLASS or 1942 ! fT 1 Q L 7 Th e Class of 1941 Top Row Yoder, Elwin Ellchart, lnd. Henning, l-larold l.oclcport, N. Y. Lenzner, Shirley Cass City, Mich. Stanger, George Deerfield, III. Row Two Aegerter, l-lelen Kendallville, lnd. Argue, l-larold Naperville, III. Arlen, Robert Naperville, lll. Arnold, Harriet Hiawatha, Kan. Row Thfee Babel, ,layne Naperville, lll. Barr, George Binghamton, N. Y. Beetz, Mable Mendota, lll. Bench, Robert Perrysburg, Chia Row Four Bertschinger, sloe Port Washington Bettinger, Charles Aurora, III. Beuscher, l-loward Freeport, III. Bishop, Bruce Sarver, Pa. 40 Wis. Y N Bottom Row Boettcher, Byron Wauwatosa, Wis. Brecheisen, Harold Colo. Springs, Colo. Brecheisen, James Colo. Springs, Colo. Briggs, Lester Naperville, lll. Top Row Brissey, Jaclc Downers Grove, III Bunse, Delplwa Crosby, Mo. Burton, l-loward Elgin, lll. Coolc, lnez Fleming, Colo. Row Two Cooper, Don Aurora, III. Covert, Leona Aurora, III. Craig, Margaret Berne, Ind. Cunoii, Margaret Downers Grove, III Row Three DeWilde, Gilbert Wheaton, Ill. Dexlweimer, Robert Naperville, III. Dielenbaclw, George Essex, lll. Dill, l-loward Downers Grove, III Row Four Divine, Robert l-luntington, lnd. Ellenberger, Otlwo Naperville, III. Faust, Max Urbana, lnd. Ferclw, Rolland Prairie du Sac, is. Bottom Row Finley, Robert Aurora, III. Flessert, William Naperville, III. Franzen, Donald Cloverdale, lll. Fresliley, Paul Homewortlw, Qlwio vv DLVLZOZ CLASS OF 1941 Top Row Freshley, Wendell l-lomevvorth, Ohio Getz, Vincent Naperville, lll. Grampsch, Paul Milwaukee, Wis. Grant, Elmer Flint, Mich. Row Two Greb, Mary vlane Appleton, Wis. Grote, Nancy Streator, III. Gustafson, Katherine Aurora, III. Hammersmith, Mabel Naperville, III. Row Three l-latch, ,lack St. Charles, III. l-leinmiller, William Naperville, lll. l-lenlce, June Blue Earth, Minn, l-lochsprung, Lorraine Aurora, III. Row Four l-loesch, Armin Temple, Texas l-lulce, Franlc Naperville, lll. l-lunsinger, Paul Flat Roclc, Qhio slenlqs, Roma Wheaton, lll. 42 Bottom Row xlohnson, Vivian Geneva, lll. xluhnlce, Robert Waseca, Minn. Kalas, Vera Elgin, Ill. K , L G59 Joliif Mo Top Row Knapp, james Naperville, lll. Koch, Bessie Hartford, Wis. Koch, Dorothy Kankakee, lll. Kolander, Eileen Milwaukee, Wis. Row Two LaCoste, john Chicago, III. Laier, ,lean Buffalo, N. Y. Lambrecht, Mary Alice hletlerson, Wis. Lee, Richard Aurora, III. Row Three Lehr, Elmer Lohrville, Wis. Leonard, David Aurora, III. Lepien, lrvin l-lartiord, Wis. Lepien, Phyllis l-lartlord, Wis. ri-'f V 71? Row Four Bottom Row Locke, Eleanor Glen Ellyn, Ill, Martin, Daniel Batavia, N, Y. Mason, Esther Pendelton, Ure. Mayer, Frances Tokyo, Japan Mazza, Vincent Naperville, III. Mcllvvraith, Muriel Aurora, lll. McKay, ,lanet Aurora, lll. Medal, Emily Chicago, III. lfLlfLl0'C CLASS OF 1941 Top Row Michel, l"loward Riverside, lll. Milar, Willis Aurora, lll. Millberger, Emily Chicago, III. Miller, Dorothy Detroit, Mich. Row Two Miller, Marcianna Naperville, III. Miller, Robert Downers Grove, lll. Neeves, Qrla Qswego, III. Nelson, Virginia Liberty, Mo. Row Three Qliver, Guy Naperville, lll. Oliver, Jean Naperville, III. Parr, Mlaclc Chicago, III. Pauli, Chm Humboldt, Kan. f F ' 1-t , 3 :Q , f its x an . ,V R., t A i. . Row FOUI' Polmanteer, Virginia Rockford, Mich. Raeclcer, Evelyn Manly, la. Raeclcer, Jeanette Meservey, la. Rice, Marian Detroit, Mich. 44 Bottom Row Riddell, Mary Ellen Evanston, lll. Riebel, l-larold Naperville, III. Ritzenthaler, Shirley Prairie View, III. Scagliola, Dane Rochester, N. Y. Top Row Schottenhamel, George Downers Grove, lll. Schultz, Naomi Caro, Mich. Shaller, ,lohn Selix, Pa. She herd Allen D 1 Seymour, Wis. Row Two Shepherd, ,loseph Knox, lnd. Smith, Wesley Cleveland, Qhio Steinlce, Edward Glen Ellyn, III. Stern, Mary Jane Naperville, lll. Row Three Streila, Gordon Rochester, N. Y. Thompson, Donald Glen Ellyn, lll. Thornton, lrene Elkhart, lnd. Tompkins, Clinton Naperville, lll. ,s, 'L' Row Four looley, l.aVern Saul4 City, Wis. Umlsreit, l-lenry Chicago, lll. Vallette, Frederic Glen Ellyn, Ill. Wagner, Qrville Elmhurst, lll. 5 ii.isss Bottom Row Wessling, Dorothy Deerlield, Ill. White, Robert Naperville, lll. Wingert, Wayne Bonlield, Ill. Winemiller, Perry Naperville, lll. nnloz CLASS or 1941 Top Row Wright, Max Concordia, Kan Yager, Louise Genesee, Ill. Ziemer, Doris New London AA is. , I W Crummy, Maureen Naperville, Ill. Bottom Row Vimtrup, Jens Downers Grove, Ill Gllmznznmfzm President Edward Everett Rall, Ph. D. Dr. Rall is not only a good business man, but his understanding and tolerance are qualities which are and will in the future prove to be of inestimable value to the students. Doing more than his share of the thanlcless taslcs has been his strength and doing them well has been his contribution. 48 CHARLES C. HOWER, PRD. HAROLD KUEBLER, BA, CLARA K. BLECK, IVLA. OLIVE FRANTZ, BA. THOMAS FINKBEINER, IVLA. HERDIS L. DEABLER, Rh.D ANNETTE SICRE, Brevet Superieuer KATHERINE REIK, BA. PI-IILIP SCI-IUG, B.A. CLAUDE CHARLES PINNEY, Mus. B GUY EUGENE CLIVEI2 B A IVIAIQY CQOK, IVI.IVI.EcI. CI-IESTEI2 I ATTIG, PHD. I-IERIVIANUS BAEI2, Mus. IVI. 50 ,221 CARQLINE FISCHER BERRY, MA. IRVIN F. KEELER, RBD. C LEONARD BIEBER MA MARY 5' BUCKS M-L' GDORDQN R. FISI-IERf MA' ALICE MEIER, MA. CLEC TANNER, Bs. GGRDQN BOWMAN B.A ELIZABETH WILEY, MA. RQBERT DGRQQ B S V I-IARQLD E. WI-IITE, BA. RGBERT STEINHEBEL, BA. E. F. GEORGE, M.A., BD. EDWARD N. I-IIMMEL, M.S. PAUL E. KEEN, STB., MA., M.S. MARION NONINIAMAKER, M.A I-4. R. I-IEININGER, BD., S.T.M., PhD. I-IARCDLD EIGENBRQDT, PhD. PALIL I-I. ELLER, BD., M.E., PhD. MRS. LILLIAM A. PRIEM, M.S. ELMER D. RIEBEL, BD., M.A., PhD. CARL j. CARDIN, M.S. I. A. KCDTEN, PhD. A. S. I-IAAG, RILD, WILLIAM R. FREDERICKSON, BA EDWARD E. DCDMIVI, MA. F. W. LIIVIBREIT GEORGE I KIRIXI, PILD. BERNICE SIVIITI-I I-IERDIS L. DEABLER, PHD. ARTHUR E. WEYRICK CLARENCE E. ERFFIVIEYER, PHD. OSCAR L. EBY 53 C. LEONARD BIEBER, MA. FLGRENCE QUILLING, IVLA I-IILDRED NIEINISIEDT WILLIAM P. KRUGEI2, IVLS. I-AURA LIBUTSKI IIQVIN E. KEELEI2, I3Iw.D. HAZEL MAY SNYDER, M.A CLIFFORD N. WALL, PHD. ELEANCDR RUS!-I, B.A. E. S. MOSER, MD, ANITA REIMER, RN. PGRTER, I-IARRIET, RN A. R. RIKLI, MD. W. I.. MIGELY, MD. F 1 1 1 I N 1 C7lcIfZvi1fle4 STUDENT COUNCIL Democracy has not perished from the face of the earth, and shall not at North Central as long as the Student Council exists. After the transitional ceremony last year, the Council toolc over the job of being the vehicle of student government and the central unifying body of all college activity. The newly-elected members loolced forward to a busy year, and were not in the least disappointed. A brief review of some of the nial and homecoming parades, supervision of the sale of green caps, l-lomecoming, and College Day all toolc thought, discussion, time, and energy. ln order to acquaint the students with the workings of the council, a booklet was distributed to all who wished a copy. It contained the constitution and an explanation of the various phases of the worl4 and relationships of the organization. Three delegates were sent to the NSFA Convention at St. Paul, and financial aid was given the college Christian associations to enable delegates to attend their conference in Toronto, Canada. Oh yes, it must not be forgotten that l.owell lvlesserschmidt was appointed as wastebasl4et chairman l-le did get a wastebasl4et for use in the council rooml This yearis council has tried to act in the best interest of the organizations which it represents, and to bring into being such changes as student opinion warrants: these are the functions of the Student Council. As this yearis members close their period of service and turn the records over to a new council, they hope that the new members will be able to do even more for their college. 58 highlights of the year's activities will give ample proof of that fact: Floats for the centen- SOCIAL CCMMITTEE Qne doesn't ordinarily think of a college party as being a headache, but each one is for someone. That someone is usually one of the members ol a group called the social committee. This committee spends two hours once or twice each month planning For social events. The members began working hard the First week alter school opened, to Figure out some original way to introduce the freshmen. Social events as planned do not satisfy all the people all the time, but the committee does hope that all of the students have lun at several of the events. The County Fair ol this year was a memorable occasion, even surpassing last years Remember the lun you had at the treasure hunt? Hlhat tea was delicious . . .H, the remark waits to our ears, so we plan more teas. Do you keep up with Little Abner? Well, you're lost around here during February if you don't. Saturday, February '17, the girls displayed their courage and fought for the men in a Sadie l"lawkin,s race. This party proved to be one of the best ol the year, and the eager participation ol the students was an inspiration to the committee. llWhy, l can't skateln "Ch come on, you'll only fall down a Few times", and so oil they trot to a skating party. ll you really want fun plus exercise, just Flock on down to the roller whirll A review of the year's program brings to mind some of the most vivid experiences and gayest times ever seen at our North Central. li 59 Y. M. C. A. CABINET The smiling masculine laces in the top group are those of the Y. M. C. A. cabinet members. These men started the year by meeting new students at the train,aiding them in getting adjusted to their new surroundings and playing host to the newcomers at the annual Pi Nu Alpha banquet. X Religious Emphasis Week, Vocational Guidance Week, the Student l-landboolc, Fellow ships and numerous campus spealcers. 60 The outstanding activities for which the Y was responsible during the year were: The Y. M. C. A. is composed oi an executive committee that is elected by the men of the student body, and a cabinet stati oi thirteen members who are chosen by the executive committee and advisors. The influence oi the Y touches all students. The general aim oi the Y. M. C. A. this year vvas to help give each man on the campus a physical, mental and moral malceup acceptable in the eyes oi his Mal4er. Y. W. C. A. CABINET This year's YWCA cabinet with the aid of its able iaculty advisor, Miss Clara Bleclc, had a very successful year. The cabinet met each week to mal4e plans for the worlc oi the YWCA on North Central's campus. The Tall oi the year was an especially busy time Tor the Y because oi the Big and Little Sisters' programs. For that matter, hovvever, each season had its taslcs to be done. The First and third Tuesday evenings of each month during the year were reserved for fellowships when music and vvorship were combined in inspirational services. The social service committee sponsored work in a Chicago Childrens Memorial l-lospital as a project this year. ln addition joint vvorlc with the YMCA seemed to be at an all time high. Girls, the YWCA is your association. We vvant you to use it and to enjoy its aci ities. CENTRAL COMMITTEE Working together under the guidance oi the Central Committee, the Christian associa- tions have achieved much. The committee sponsored, this year, the retreats, Religious Emphasis Weelc, Vocational Guidance Week, chapel programs, a vveelc oi emphasis on International Relations, joint Fellowships, and numerous outstanding spealcers. Throughout its program, the Central Committee has attempted to carry out its theme for the year, "the Kingdom oi God on North Central's Campus through individual and collective action". T 61 ORCHESTRA Every yeor in the Toll o number of students interested in instrumentol vvorl4 join together to form North Centrols oll-school orchestro. Membership consists of students ol the music school vvho ore ottempting to brooden their musicol educotion, ond college students vvho join becouse of sheer love lor music. This yeor's orchestro vvos quite lorge os con be seen by the picture opposite, ond seemed to be musicolly very vvell bolonced. It ovved its success to its oble president, Alberto Seivvert, ond its competent director, Dr. Fredrick Toenniges. The orchestro ployed ot the Freshmon Reception ond Furnished the music Tor the olternoon progrom on College Doy. lts onnuol concert vvos presented Fridoy evening, Moy Filth. At this concert the orchestro vvos ossisted by musicions from the Auroro Civic Qrchestro brought to our compus by Dr. Toenniges. The progrom consisted of both clossicol ond modern music. BAND Whot would o lootboll or bosl4etboll gome be Without o bond? It vvouldn't be completel So the bond ol North Centrol ottempted to disploy vvhot on othletic contest vvos vvith o bond. Yes, the bond, o strictly voluntory orgonizotion, vvos on hond to orouse enthusiosm ond school spirit vvherever necessory. It vvos olso the leoder ol such dignified events os l-lomecoming ond Moy Doy. It vvos o reolly vitol port ol school octivity ond os such vvos given credit. The most importont perlormonce ol the bond vvos its mid-yeor concert. This onnuol concert given Februory Q9 in Pleitler l-loll under the copoble direction of Dr. Fredriclc Toenniges, wos vvell ottended ond vvell received. There vvos unusuol tolent in the bond this post yeor, ond it vvos vvithout doubt one of the most outstonding bonds North Centrol hos ever produced. The orgonizotion os usuol demonded hord vvorl4 on the port ol all ol its members, ond o greot deol ol its success moy be ottributed to its president, Wendell Freshley. CHAPEL CHOIR Beauty and atmosphere are added to our chapel vvorship services by the Chapel Choir, composed ol forty of the most talented singers at North Central as chosen by selective tryouts. The choir is under the capable direction of prof. C. C. pinney assisted by Robert l-lieber, choir organist. You may hear the group rehearsing on Monday for the chapel services ol the ensuing vveel4. Qccasionally the choir sang from the platform and vvas govvned in blacl4 and White vestments which made a most impressive appearance and brought real vvorship to our services. The Chapel Choir not only provided music lor our chapel services, but also Was called upon to give vesper services and concerts in nearby communities. During the Christmas season, l'landel's UlVlessiah" vvas sung by this organization and for the Easter program the cantata, H-lhe Seven l.ast Words ol Christ", vvas given. It has been a pleasure to sit bacl4 each chapel and listen to the fullness and the richness ol song by our Chapel Choir. 63 SIGMA RHO GAMMA Sigma Rho Gamma, North CentraI,s chapter oF a national honorary music Fraternity, includes in its membership music majors oF both the college and the music school. At the monthly meetings opportunities are given the members to present by means oF lectures or perFormances the results oF their studies in their specialized Fields. The organization sponsers chapel and league programs, provides some social IiFe For music students, and attempts to maI4e the campus music-minded. It secures speaI4ers to give members new ideas in the Field oF music. The Fraternity was headed in 1940 by Paul Freshley, who proved himself to be very competent. Its sponsers, Miss I'IeIen Watson, and I3roFessor Pinney, did their best to develop members into budding composers and lovers oF music For its own saI4e. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB The Girls' Glee Club practiced diligently this year For its two big concerts. The First oF these was a sacred concert presented at Qrchestra I-IaII as a brieF devotional period For the Sunday Evening Club. The Glee Club Felt very privileged to have had this opportunity to sing beFore an audience composed oF people From all over Chicago. The second was their regular annual concert made up oF sacred music, modern pieces, and selections From weII-I4nown operas, which was given the evening oF April FiFth. The Cilee Club with the aid oF their capable director, Miss Mary CooIc,seeI4s to arouse interest in good music. It endeavors to give girls who are not talcing music courses as weII as those majoring in music, an opportunity to Find enjoyment in singing. The club is open to any who are proved eligible by competitive tryouts held in the Fall. MEN'S GLEE CLUB The Men's Glee Club oF North Central this year added new weight and Iustre to the tradition oF its being one oF the most popular and eFFective organizations in the extra- curricular scheme. Membership is determined by competitive tryouts in September. As is inveterately the case, this year's tryouts were numerous, and the Iceen competition produced a club oF more than ordinary balance and auality. Llnder the indispensable direction oF I3roFessor Baer, with Mrs. Baer as accompanist, the club worlced long and hard to produce what was unquestionably the Finest concert in recent years, given March eighth. From the inspiring vigor oF the Te Deum, to the brilliance oF the Italian Street Song, sung exquisitely by the guest soloist, Louisa I"Ioe, with the club as vocal background, the program was one oF Finish and artistry. Qther outside concerts, given at the Chicago Sunday Evening Club and over Station WMIQCD in Aurora, added interest to the year's activity. 65 WOMEN'S AND MEN'S OCTETTES Service and lun are the passwords of the Women's Qctette directed by Miss Mary Coolc. This organization began with eight girls as Freshmen in the class oi 1940. These girls have been active as an organization ever since then. Sacred numbers, modern impressionism, classical and popular numbers are all in their repertoire. The octette appears in concert each spring with the Girl's Glee Club. The girls have been frequently called upon to give vesper services and mal4e numerous vveel4-end trips. Every spring eight lucl4y young men are chosen to sing in the Menis Octette. This college institution serves as a contact betvveen the college and the Church which supports it. Last season the group, headed by Allred -lellinghuisen, its president, sang in numerous churches and appeared on Fourteen radio broadcasts including the Major Bowes Amateur l-lour. The men endeavor to interest prospective students in North Central by presenting enjoyable concerts and by spealdng directly to interested young people. 66 FORENSIC BOARD With the flare of a clarion trumpeter, the vice-president's Words fell upon the ears of the advancing president and secretary as they opened the door to begin the first meeting of the 1939-40 Forensic Board of Control. The vice-president was practicing his oration for the state contest. With similar gusto the three vvhipped into action to perform their function of planning the yearfs program of debate, oratory, extempore spealcingf and such other possibilities as dramatic readings, radio commentator contests, and banquet presentations. Budget planning, personnel possibilities in performance, and available intercollegiate meets were discussed eagerly, critically, dejectedly, hopefully, and with determination. Results were bound to emerge. North Central teams represented the college in debate tourneys held at l.al4e Forest, Charleston, Manchester and Whitevvater, in the National Phi Kappa Delta -fournament at Knoxville, in the State Qratory and Extempore Contest, and in intercollegiate debates held at Wheaton, DeKalb, Qlivet, Marquette, l.al4e Forest and LaGrange junior College. An all-speech banauet was held for the first time in the history of North Central upon the suggestion of Professor Qliver and vvas conducted by the various members of his classes. It was a formal affair and from toastmaster to program performers it vvas a credit to Forensic Board president, Guy Qliver slr., and his fellovv members. 67 SMITH PI KAPPA DELTA pi Kappa Delta is the strongest national forensic fraternity in the United States, being composed ol one-hundred-Fifty chapters. North Central's chapter, lota, is a member ol the largest province ol the Fraternity, the province ol lllinois. Membership is open to students ol high scholastic standing vvho excell in speech. Each member Wears the Pi Kappa Delta lcey, which signifies by its jewels that the member has attained one ol four ranl4s: fraternity, proficiency, honor, or special distinction. ALPHA PSI OMEGA The happy people that you have just Finished glancing at are members of North Central's Ucastn ol the Delta Epsilon chapter ol Alpha psi Qmega. 68 This organization, vvhich is a stimulus to dramatic art, provides an honorary society for those excelling in that Field. Notable productions during this year vvith vvhich this organization assisted Were, "Land l"lo Sailorln and HThe Merchant oi Venicen. HISTORY CLUB "Town l'lall Tonightn, vvas the iocal point oi the First meeting oi the l-listory Club. The program vvas already on the air, and all ol the members vvere gathered 'round the radio to listen and to ponder. After the broadcast the radio vvas turned oii and the club continued to discuss the auestion in a very lively fashion. This novel idea oi listening to experienced men discuss vital questions proved to be very helpful. The broadcast type of program vvas varied the year with tallcs on current topics given by club members, interesting discussions on nations and international subjects, and enjoyable social events. The History Club consists oi history students vvho shovv a real interest for their Field. Meetings are held tvvice a month in order that the club might discuss current events vvhile they are current. Professor Attig and Professor Wolf contribute much to the discussions and point out places of interest that members might be able to visit atsome time. Members made it a point this year not to leave early as all meetings vvere dravvn to a close by the social committee in charge oi games and refreshments. No more than three helpings of ice cream, prexy Stonel 69 BETA BETA BETA Beta Beta Beta, national honorary biological society, is represented on North Central's campus by the Gamma Nu chapter, vvhich was chartered in 1937. Membership is composed of persons majoring in the field of biology who have fulfilled set scholastic requirements. The aim of the society is to develop sound scholarship, to disseminate scientific truth, and to promote biological investigation. The journal, Bios, published quarterly by this society is the means of communication between chapters and contains many articles of interest and papers written by members. probably the most important Beta Beta Beta meeting of the year occurred last fall when the nevv pledges were initiated into the society during a very impressive service. The banauet vvhich followed furnished the necessary levity and was thoroughly enjoyed by all. An active undertaking of this group is the sponsorship of the up-and-coming zoology club. To Daniel Ruge, president, is duea great deal of credit for a very worthwhile year. To Dr. l-larold Eigenbrodt, faculty advisor, the society Wishes to express its appreciation for guiding itso vvell through the past year and for his untiring effort in behalf of the members of the society. 70 ZOOLGGY CLUB The Zoology Club provides on informol, personolized opportunity of molcing odditionol studies into subjects of o zoologicol noture, ond reloted Fields. The club hod its inception in 1927, ond hos mointoined o Fine membership ond interest through eoch succeeding yeor. Membership is open to all students vvho ore interested in the biologicol sciences. The moin objective is to l4eep zoology students informed on current developments in the Field. The regulor ottendonce ol o lorge percentoge of the tilty members ot the bi- monthly meetings testities to the interest ond instructivity thot ore chorocteristic ol the progroms. A typicol meeting includes the discussion ol current nevvs items of biologicol interest, ond usuolly the presentotion of o poper prepored by one ol the students on some phose ol the science ol life. Round toble discussions in medicine hove been ol porticulor volue ot vcirious times. A generol trip to Chicogo tolcing in the Field Museum, the Shedd Aquorium ond the Brookfield Zoo vvos one ol the leoture events ol the yeor. To some of the odvonced students tell the privilege of visiting the more inoccessible precincts of the Field lvluseum, ond o chonce to meet the scientists ond reseorch vvorl4ers of that institution. A project which vvos of reol interest to the Whole student body this yeor vvos o chopel progrom ol moving pictures, which gove in o very cleor monner some of the bosic principles ol physiology. Sociol octivities ore by no meons neglected os severol informol teos ore held during the yeor. :nn 41. .1 SIGMA TAU DELTA Sigma Tau Delta is the professional English fraternity. Sigma Gamma is the name of the North Central chapter. Membership is limited to students majoring in English and who meet academic requirements. The purpose of the organization is to promote interest in good literature and to encourage the art of creative vvriting. The programs ol the monthly meetings usually are given over to the evaluation of manuscripts written by the members. Cccasionally spealcers are secured who give short tallcs or bool4 revievvs. The annual banquet vvas held in February at vvhich time seven nevv members vvere initiated into the organization. 72 WRlTER'S CLUB The established authors of tomorrovv may be those vvho attend the regular meetings of Writerys Club. This all-college organization vvas designed to provide opportunity for any student or faculty member to obtain constructive criticism of original vvritings and to observe the various reactions ol club members to their literary etlorts. Much of their Writings may be Filed in the VVB. Cvvaste basl4etD but some vvill merit recognition. Meetings are held every other Monday evening at the homes of various members and are characterized by inlormality. From the writings of amateurs ol today vvill be dravvn the classics ol the future. COMMERCE CLUB The capable sponsorship ol Professor Kerr has made the Commerce Club one ol the outstanding college organizations. It promotes fellowship among the students of the Commerce department and acauaints members with practical business problems and gives them insight into the ever-changing business World. Many of the meetings of the past year Featured informative discussions by capable business men from various Fields coupled with opportunities For personal consultation and questioning. The climax of the Club's activities was the annual Commerce Club banquet at which time those members with a high scholastic record were rewarded with the coveted Commerce Key. The results of the election ol the otlicers for next year were also announced. HOME ECONOMICS CLUB The purpose ol the l-lome Economics Club is to promote lriendship Within the depart- ment and give in an informal manner the latest developments in this Field. l'lovvever, many oi the lellovvs, judging from the odors exuding from the l-lome lic room on the First Floor, have declared that the underlying purpose is to aid the girls in securing a MRS. degree. CCF course, girls, you lcnovv vvhy vlim and Glen tool4 the course, they certainly will mal4e some lucky vvile a line husbandb. During the past year the lorty Five members have enjoyed a program ol interest, education and congeniality. Before the leaves ol brovvn came tumbling dovvn a reception lor interested l-lome Economics students vvas given by the tvvo sponsors, Miss Snyder and Miss Quilling. During the year the programs consisted ol special speakers, interesting reports, and demonstrations ol culinary sl4ill. Five delegates and the tvvo sponsors attended the lllinois Home Economics Convention in Qctober at the Palmer l'louse in Chicago. A very interesting and worth vvhile project was carried on by the Club during the course ol the year. The Club furnished the play materials and the supervision lor the play room in the Social Service Department ol the Children's Memorial Hospital in Chicago. Every Saturday two girls volunteered lor this unusual opportunity ol enjoying the supervision of the play room. The outstanding social event ol the year vvas the annual Formal dinner held in March at ,julia King's 'lea Room in Aurora. The years activities vvere climaxed by the traditional steal4 fry held on Fort l-lill campus. All devoured stealcs in appreciation of the l-lome Economics Club. PARNASSUS The ort club vvos orgonized for the purpose ol l4eeping interested ort students informed on the current hoppenings in the ort World. Membership is not limited to those tc1l4ing ort, however, but is open to all who hove on interest in this Field. During the post yeor the club hos sponsored o number of projects including o photo- grophic contest vvhich vvos held in cooperotion vvith the Spectrum, ond ci trip to the ltolion exhibit in Chicogo. At the meetings discussions of pciintings, current exhibits ond modern trends tol4e ploce. Qne of the meetings vvos devoted to molcing modern jewelry from everydoy moteriols. An outstonding progrom vvos presented by the Wheoton l-ligh School ort club when it produced "Snow White ond the Seven Dvvcirisn encicted by puppets which the members hod mode. Refreshments cilvvoys brought monthly meetings to o very sotisioctory con- clusion. This yeor's nevv members were recognized on the compus when they oppeored vveor- ing red berets ond bovvs os the visible proof ol their initiotion. Miss Eleonor Rush vvos the odvisor ond sponsor of the group lor the second yeor, ond Anito Wilkins, president, brought the yeor to ci very successful close. Leoding o student leogue meeting ot Groce Evongelicol Church vvos cinother octivity ol porncissus. A series of chcipel progroms emphcisizing religion through cirt vvos Well corried out lost toll. All in cill, the primciry oim hos been to mol4e cirt o living subject for everyone ond to promote true oppreciotion of ort os on importont phose oi mon's expression. 75 DELTA TAU LAMBDA Delta Tau Lambda was organized in 1936 lor tlwe purpose of promoting lellovvslnip, sclnolarsliip, and researcli among tlie students interested in tlwe Fields ol aeronautical, meclwanical, civil, and cliemical researclw, and engineering. Tlwe club lias attempted to give its members and otlwers interested in engineering an insiglit into tlwe particular pliases ol engineering Wlwicli are not available in tlie class room and to acquaint tl'1em vvitlw tl'ie modern requirements tliat science and industry malce upon tlwe young engineer. All about tl'ie campus one can see tlie marlcs of tlwis group. l-lave you ever wondered vvlwat tlwe little red circles mean? Tlney lwave been painted by tlwe lads vvitln surveying instruments and are used in surveying tlwe campus. Strange as it may seem, tlie classes are still surveying tlie campus. Nliglity nice oi tlwe boys, in case any part of tlwe campus gets lost, tlwey could let us lcnovv about it. Tlwese Delta Tau Lambda men are time budding builders oi tlne bridges ol the Future. l-lovv many bridges, buildings, macliines, better mousetraps and slcy l'1ool4s liave been conceived in tlwe minds oi tliis progressive group We l4novv not. Anyone taking an engineering course is eligible for membersliip in tlwe Delta Tau Lambda. Tlwis fact mal4es time club an exclusively masculine organization, for tlwus lar no girls lwave pursued any oi tlie engineering courses. Tlie group lias not liad muclfi social activity, lor it feels tlwat tlwe intellectual lite oi an engineer is more important tlian luis social life. Delta Tau Lambda vvas lweaded in T940 by Dean Scagliola vvitl1l3roi.Carl Cardin as sponsor. 76 CHEMISTRY'CLUB The Chemistry Club was organized in 1938 for the purpose of developing a broader interest in chemistry and stimulating a more professional attitude among the students toward chemistry. Although one of the youngest groups on the campus, it is among the most active. It is primarily for chemistry majors, but it is open to any student vvho is interested in chemistry. The industrial advancements made in chemistry is the primary interest. Qnly students vvho are tal4ing their second year of chemistry are admitted into full membership vvith the privilege of voting. Qutside speakers on topics concerning the place of chemistry in the industrial and professional fields and demonstrations are usual features of the meetings which are held every month. Some special phase of chemistry is considered at these meetings. Still more interest in discussions and an increase in the membership of the club will be gained by invitations to chemists, chemistry teachers, and others affiliated with the chemical field to attend meetings as associated members. The club is also a means of better acauainting instructors, assistants, and students. field trips to places such as laboratories of production plants offer another interest to club members. Refreshments are served at the meetings. An annual feature of the chemistry department is the chemistry tea which is served in the laboratory before Christmas. The Chemistry Exhibit, one of the yearly presenta- tions on College Day, is sponsored by this group. The officers of the club include: l:ranl4 l-lul4e, president, Don Thompson, secretary, hlaclc Brissey, treasurer, and Dan Martin, historian. Professor priem, Professor Nonna- mal4er and Dr. Koten are the faculty advisors. . nm. 4. -, nms mv.. PUBLICATIONS BGARD Even though there is no provision for it in the Constitution ol the Student Government of North Central, The Student Publication Board exists, The membership of this body is made up ol the editors and business managers ol: the Chronicle, Hooper White and l-ligh White, The Spectrum, Gordon Kastner and John Baird, and the Cardinal, Dick l-larris and Ed Rohrs-vveeldy, yearly, and literary yearly publications respectively. There are also three faculty members on the board: prof. White, Prof. Kerr, and Dr. Deabler, vvho represent the English, Commerce and personnel departments ol the college. ln addition, the president ol the student body and the treasurer of the college are ex-ollicio members. These board members represent every concerned group in the college, and lor this reason the board functions very eliliciently. The vvorl4 of the board consists First in directing the Financial policies of the ditlerent publications so that they will l4eep Within the limits of their appropriations, and second, to l4eep the publications from tal4ing any unwise or undesirable steps in the operations ol their publications. The editorial and general standards of policy in the publications must also be controlled so that they will not be incompatible with the scholastic and ethical standards ol the college. The Function ol the faculty members is purely advisory, and usually does not come into play until an outright violation occurs in one or another ol the publications. At such times they suggest such corrective measures as are deemed necessary. The students in charge ol publications have on the Whole proved themselves worthy ol the administrative authority vested in them. 78 CHRONICLE The College Chronicle has been the oiiicial weekly publication oi North Central Col-'L lege since 1873. It is published For the purpose oi presenting news to the student body and to create a spirit of cooperation with the commercial interests oi Naperville. The aims which the Chronicle staii have set up as a guide are: Rrimary Rurpose: 'l. To record a running account of college life at North Central College. Q. To convey to the students correct,detailed information which would be diiiicult to distribute sutiiciently otherwise. General Rolicy: To bring to North Students, 'l. An accurate resume of past events. Q. A preview of coming events, with as complete information as possible up to the time oi going to press. The editorial staii oi the paper for the years 1939 and 1940 was admirably headed by l-'looper White. Emphasis was placed on future rather than past events. The worl4 of the paper was divided into three departments: News, edited by Guy Qliver, Features, edited by Ed Rohrs, and the Sports Department which was divided among the members oi the Sports stall. The worlc oi the business department was divided into publishing, collecting, advertis- ing and circulation. -l-he Rublisher was l-lugh White. Coupled with his duties as general business mgr. he closely supervised and cooperated in the worl4 of all the other depts. The Business Dept. heads were: Collection, Kenneth lvlclfinlely, Advertising, Gilbert Dewilde, Circulation, Ronald Steen, assistants, Robert Shields, Robert Ebersole, Richard Mann. 79 SPECTRUM This, the thirty-first volume of the Spectrum, represents many hours of toil and many sleepless nights. The editor doesnft do all the vvork. l-le is the boss and the compiler. To the staff goes the credit and to the editor the blame. This year's editor, Gordon Kastner, did more than his share. l'le has attempted to give to the student body this year a somewhat different book. Instead of this volume being a vvordy and uninteresting book, the editor has tried to make it a pictorial representation of college life and activities at North Central. Among the vvorking students who aided the editor in his job were Paul l-lunsinger, Manley Dibble and Chuck Dailey who wrote copy and aided in building up the book. Qthers who gave of their time vverefBetty Stravve, Lowell Messerschmidt, Marian Beyler, Esther Suhr, Esther Mason, Mabel Hammerschmidt, Don Ostroth, l.aVerne Peters, Vivadale Speigler, and our advisory professor, Professor Kerr. To business manager, vlohn Baird, goes much credit, as he did more than his share of the work, aiding the editor in much of his. Many of the new ideas were vlohn's ovvn. l-lis staff consisted of Dale l'-larschman, Sally Walker, George Shottenhamel, and Guy Wickwire. This book is not entirely paid for by student fees, and therefore, advertising must pay for the remainder. John, with the help of his staff, has done vvell with the ads. patronize the advertisers-they bring a big part of the annual to you. To the hard vvorking, diligent, and thoughtful editor and business manager a great deal of credit should be given. A member of the staff. 80 CARDINAL The Cardinal is the literary magazine of the campus. lts aim is to bring to its readers the literature representative of the college. To this purpose the Cardinal contains short stories, poems, and other literary pieces Written by students, faculty and alumni. To create interest in writing, the Cardinal otters two prizes, the Ferner Nuhn prize ol ten dollars and the Cardinal prize ol Five dollars. It is the aim of the statl ol the 1940 Cardinal to present not merely the best Works ol the best writers, but also the Worlcs of any student who submits material. ln this way, the statl feels, there will be interest created in writing. Although the Cardinal Magazine has been in existence lor Five years, this year, for the First time it was recognized as one ol the regular student publications and is paid for by the student body in the student activity lee. The Cardinal is under the jurisdiction of the Board oi Publications generally and more especially, under the direction of prof. l-larold E. White, head ofthe English Department. The statt of the magazine is selected from the student body. The editor For the 1940 Cardinal is Dick l-larris and the business manager Ed. Rohrs. The material for the Cardinal is collected thru Sigma Tau Delta, the English fraternity, and the Writer's Club. These two organizations are the mainstays of the magazine, for thru them the material is collected and with them the material is selected and edited. 81 STUDENT VOLUNTEERS Each Sunday morning at 8:45 in the parlors of First Evangelical Church an active group of college and seminary students meet for a period of vvorship, inspiration and instruction. This past year the group has been privileged to have a number of outstanding person- alities meet vvith it. Such missionaries as Dr. Ulmer from China, Rev. and Mrs. McBride from Nigeria, Africa, and Rev. and lVlrs. Christoferson from South Africa have given the Volunteers first hand information about foreign missionary vvorlc. Bishop Spreng spoke of the vvorl4 being done in Europe. The group was also privileged to meet a Japanese business man, a living Witness of the church's vvorl4 in japan. Professor Wolf gave a very challenging presentation of New Yorlc City as a mission field. Dr. Eller assisted in the study of our vvorlc in Japan. Through the years, students have participated by leading worship services, tal4ing part in discussions, planning and carrying out musical programs, and sl4its about our missionary vvorlc. Such deputation vvorlc as singing to shut-ins on Sunday afternoon, giving programs at churches, and exchanging programs with other Student Volunteer groups is particularly enjoyed by many. This fall a most helpful outdoor communion service vvas held. ln the spring an outdoor brealcfast was given after which the group had a vvorship service and the newly-elected officers were installed. Social get-togethers were also enjoyed. This organization is a member of the Chicago Area of Student Volunteers. This group meets monthly on various campi in and near Chicago, and affords the Volunteers the opportunity of becoming acquainted with lilce-minded students of other colleges and denominations and also other missionaries. 82 SEAGER ASSOCIATION The Seager Association is an active organization on the campus concerned principally with those students who are studying for the ministry or are vitally interested in the field of religious education as a vocation. Founded under the name of the late Bishop Seager, this organization has attempted to serve as a means by which students may come in close contact with the personalities of Christian leaders and, at the same time, to afford the students with a means of self expression. Each monthly meeting is devoted to some aspect of religious living by means ofa speaker and discussion or the presentation of a number of sermonettes by the students on any subject connected vvith the general topic of the year. Under the faithful leadership of Professor l-limmel, the Seager Association has come to play an important part in the religious life of the ministerial students, and through its program, it hopes to make more meaningful the personal religious life of those in- terested in the ministry. The members seek to promote Christian fellowship on the campus of North Central college. Not forgetting the social aspect of religious living, the Seager Association, in their program,vvorks with other organizations on the campus. Their program includes picnics in the fall and early spring, participation in activities vvith the YMCA, Student Volunteers and the E. l.. C. E. Qne of the most enjoyable events of the year is the annual breakfast hike at which time a guest is invited. The organization seeks primarily to keep renevving interest in those going into the ministry. 83 PI GAMMA MU North Central College can be proud ol the lact that its lllinois Alpha Chapter of the Pi Gamma Mu, the National Social Science l'lonor Society, is a charter member of the national organization. It vvas organized in 1925, Membership is limited to those of Junior standing or above, vvho have twenty or more hours in the social sciences, history, philosophy, psychology, commerce, and home economics, with an average grade of UB" in all college vvorl4. ln addition, a student must have shovvn a vital interest in the social sciences and done some outstanding piece ol vvorlc. lnitiation is held tvvice each year. The society conducts monthly meetings to ,vvhich outstanding speal4ers are sometime invited. Qther members report on particular projects which they are doing or boolcs of vital interest are discussed. As a special program this year, the society invited Dr. Martin l'l. BPricl4ham, a noted authority on unemployment, to spealc to the combined group ol l-listory Club, Commerce Club and the pi Gamma Mu. Each spring the society holds an annual dinner to which all former members are invited and at which times new members are initiated and the otficers Tor the following year are elected. STUDENT FINANCE BOARD The Student Finance Board consists of seven members: the president ol the college, the treasurer ofthe college and the professor ol commerce, ex-oT'Ticio, and Tour students, one of vvhom is the president of the student body. The three elected and the student comptroller are appointed by the student council in the spring. The student comptroller serves as secretary of the board and is responsible for the control ol expenditures made from the student activity Tund. All orders for payment must be countersigned by him. This organization vvorries about the money alter the students pay their Tees. Students little realize hovv important this board really is. The vvorl4 ol the group is never brought to light unless there is some Financial ditliculty. The fact that there is little lcnovvn about the board is proof of its etlicient vvorl4. It is the duty of the Finance Board to approve the budgets ol the various organizations operating from the student activities fund. Unfortunately Mildred l-laldeman who vvas also on the board is not in the picture. 84 p if N 85 1 FLIGHT STUDENTS For the past year the Civil Aeronautics Authority has sponsored a Flying course in the leading colleges and universities of the United States. North Central is fortunate to have been chosen by the Authority to offer this course. North Central has twenty boys enrolled in the Flight program. They go to school on the campus to learn the whys and the wherefores of engines, Flight and navigation. Prof. Cardin is the faculty advisor. ln charge of the ground school is Mr. E. S. Staples of the Lewis l-loly Name School of Aeronautics. The president of the Lewis Holy Name School is genial Mr. John Wilson and the chief pilot in charge of Flight training is Mr. A. l-l. Lul4e. The school has a Fleet of new Piper Cubs which are about the last word in training planes. The students are given a minimum of eight hours dual instruction which includes learning how to taxie the ship, handle it in the air and land properly. Then for the thrill that comes to every pilot, the First solo. The instructor steps out and says, UTalce her around yourself and bring her back in one piece." Advanced maneuvers follow and continue until the student has flown between thirty- Five and Fifty hours. Then he is examined by the Authority and awarded his certificate of competency which is equal to a private pilot's license. Saville, Franzen and Beuscher loolcing over a Piper Cub . . . Worsley trying to see what makes it tick . . . Winemiller gazing wistfully at a Stintson he'ld lilce to Fly . . . Qliver with Ubailing out" equip- ment on . . . l-lampson landed in one piece . . . Saville ready to go up. ps F? 4 , ' in P i E I 1 , C-7-4Z1fA Zeficgf 5, ATHLETIC BCDARD The Athletic Boord of Control is the governing body of all Inter colleglote clthletlcs ot North Centrol It cnrronges schedules, determlnes budgets for eoch sport lceeps close checl4 upon Income ond expense, ond ovvords letters to men ond vvomen who hove met the requirements othletlccnlly ond scholostlcolly All of the mojor helds of othletlcs ore represented otlXlorthCentrc1l lootboll boslcet boll bclseboll trocl4 swimming ond tennis The polucy IS not to over emphoslze othletlcs, but to promote o splrlt of good sports mclnshlp ond lceen competition This yeor unfortunately vvlll be the lost For Prof Domm os he hos resigned The boord hos been successful, however to get Dr l-lovver os the nevv member lor next yeor 90 I ' 1 i I - I 1 1 - , . . VARSITY CLUB The North Central College Varsity Club is the honorary athletic fraternity on the college campus. To become a member one must receive at least one major athletic award, participate in an initiation ritual, and pay a small assessment to meet expenses of the club. A major athletic award can be won in any ol the Following sports: football, basketball, baseball, traclc, swimming and tennis. The club this year was composed of about Fifty active members whose eliorts were directed to fulfill the purpose of the club-to further the spirit of true sportsmanship in the Field ol inter-collegiate athletics, to secure future athletes from high school who will be an asset to the college, and to maintain a unilication ol athletics with the rest of the school. A special effort was made to malce each regular club meeting an instructive event as well as a social get-together, by means of moving pictures, spealcer, etc. Judging by criticism and attendance, we may say that we have succeeded. Qne of this year's social successes was the slcating party held the last weelc in March. A good time was had by all. 91 4. 1. , ,A Haw , -,xv VET.: W N 'N X. ' ' .uf Nl, 5215 L Back ROUJQSTEINHEBEL, STONER, HOUDEN, SHATZER, DOUGLAS, JUHNKE, GRAMBSCH, BISHOP, ARLEN, BOETTCHER, Scx-uvuDT, COACH Ilglsumf. O Q S 1 Middle Row-Assfr. COACH BEIBER, LEONARD. ROESLER, REIBEL, G1LLOGL'r CCH. HAX'DEN CCT, G11-as N, CMITH. RUSSELL, 'TUcKY, VINE fMGR.T. Front R01l!iHERBEN, FERINGTON, SIMMONS, ANDERSON, SAVILLE, GEIGER, SCHAFFER, MAzzA, AND COLLITT. FOOTBALL 1939 North Central Carroll . . North Central Wheaton . North Central Concordia. North Central Augustana North Central Elmhurst .. North Central l.alce Forest North Central Valparaiso The 1939 season was not one oF the strongest in North Central College Football history as the team won only two games, tied one, and lost Four. AFter losing the opening game to a powerful Carroll College team, the Cardinals were beaten by Wheaton, '19 to 6. It was the First time in the 'I3 years that Gordon Fisher has been coach at North Central that Wheaton successfully invaded Kroehler Field, Concordia Teachers, College ol River Forest provided the First win For the North Central gridmen who dom- inated the Field with a 33 to O win. The Following weelc the Cards succumbed to a strong Augustana team at Bock lsland, Q4 to 7. Surprising strength by the Elmhurst college eleven held North Central to a 7 to 7 tie in the next game. l.alce Forest spoiled the North Central homecoming with a Q3 to O win, but the Cards came bacl4 in the Final game to whip Valparaiso University, '19 to 6, on the latter's Field. Diclc Hayden, Cardinal co-captain, was OF necessity on the sideline For the First two games because ol a wrist Fractured in scrimmage. l-le celebrated his First action in the Concordia game by scoring three touchdowns in the First hall. Besides l-layden, three other seniors are lost by graduation. They are Co-captain Fred Gillogly, Jim Stuclcy, and Bob Stoner. Among the other outstanding players on the team were Bill Shatzer, hallbaclq Walter Anderson, Fullbaclq Bruce Bishop, halfbaclc, and l'larold Biebel, end. Shatzer made himself indispensable by consistently baclcing up the line. Riebel, a junior, was named 93 V mv- f fs.- ' -A -.4 -- Lf. 1- . , . - .-t,..,,,.. g as the most valuable player by lwis team-mates and at time same time was voted time silver Football as the most valuable player during the season. The season was marred not only by l'layden's injury but also by tlwe periodical absence of other players due to injuries. Coaclw Fislwer consequently had to revamp l'1is lineup for nearly every game tlwrouglwout tlwe season. Prospects for next year give indications of a good team. Most of last year's varsity team will be back, and a good crop of last year's lroslw vvill supplement the ranks. Q' 94 FROSH FOOTBALL North Central ..... O Morton jr. College 'I3 North Central ..... 6 Wheaton ......... O North Central ..... 6 St. procopius ...... O The football field was trampled this year by a mighty sauad of Freshmen who offered plenty of competition for the varsity in the scrimmages. Every night, rain or shine, this same reliable gang would dress and pad up and come out and talce their regular job of being blocl4ing and taclcling dummies. The Redbird yearlings were handed their first and only defeat early in the season and it was no disgrace. The Naperville Frosh team traveled to Morton Juniors cinder lot and suffered a 'I3 to O defeat. With a big gap in schedule the Frosh learned aerial and power plays and before long they were giving the varsity some stiff competition. St Procopius then sent their college team to the Kroehler field. North Central was on their opponent s goal line at least five times and were able to brealc through only once, but once was enough and the Lisle team went home defeated, 6 to O. The Del2oomen finished their season of three games with a defeat against their arch rivals, Wheaton, 6 to O. Among the footballers that played through sixty minutes of game time and who loolc like varsity material are: Novatny, Judson, Dailey, White, Bates, Thomas, Spenser,l'lallon, Nicholson, and Bonne. The coach was Bob DeRoo who should be proud of his boys. The manager was Clayton Meese. Back Row-MEESE, DERoo, BENNING, S. N1cHoLsoN, HOLLON, WASHBURN, PARKER, THOMAS, SPENCER, BATES, STARK. Mzddle Row-BENNING, M., NOVATNY, DAILEY, WEDSWORTH, WHITE, RODIBAUGH, BONNE. Front R0w-HEIMEN, SCHLAFER, JUDSON, LUTHER, KNOX, LONG. 95 Back Row-C OACH IEBER, I B H S B , BRECHEISEN, SHEPHERD, SMITH, D L M B AYDEN, CHENDEL, ISHOP EVINE, ESTE Front Row-B , SHATzER, JENSEN, STUCKY, ANDERSON, IMMEL, UMBREIT. ETTINGER BASKETBALL North Centra North Centra North Centra North Centra North Centra North Centra North Centra North Centra North Centra North Centra North Centra North Centra North Centra Concordia Teachers University ol Chicago Carroll College .... Beloit College ..... Elmhurst College .... Augustana College . Millilcin University .. Carroll College .... llinois Wesleyan ... Augustana College . -al4e Forest College . Millildn University .. Armour Tech ........ 44 25 38 32 42 41 42 North Centra . . . .... 48 Armour Tech .... . . . . 28 '18 21 44 32 41 38 North Centra ... .... -alce Forest College . . . .55 ln an erratic season the North Central baslcetball team came out with seven victories and eight defeats, the First time in the twelve years that Len Bieber has loeen coach that the percentage lell below the 500 marlc. Alter opening the season with a win over Concordia Teachers, the Cards lost to the University ol Chicago, Carroll, and Beloit in pre-Christmas games. The team opened the new year with successive wins over Elmhurst, Augustana, Millildn and Armour Tech before losing to Carroll at the start of the second semester. lllinois Wesleyan 96 and Augustana then won games before North Central whipped l.al4e Forest only to be edged out by Millilcin at Decatur a weelc later. Armour Tech then was defeated for the second time before Lalce Forest closed the season by winning from North Central, 55 to 38, the first cage win by the Foresters over North Central in 'IQ years. Tragedy visited the team at the end of the first semester when co-captain ,lim l.easure was declared ineligible. This necessitated shifts in the lineup in an effort to seek another winning combination, costing the greatestof team efficiency in the next few games. The other co-captain, Jim Stucky, played consistent ball all season before an injury lcept him out of the last two games. Stuclcy was one of the best defensive guards North Central has ever had, using both weight and height to good advantage under the baslcet. This was his third year as a starter on the varsity five. With three sophomores, Bill Shatzer, Walter Anderson and l'larry Smith, playing in most of the games, North Central fans can loolc forward to a rosy season on the baslcetball 97 l L 98 j court next year. As members of last year's frosh team these three were the leading scorers. The only seniors lost by graduation will be Leasure, Stucl4y, l'layden, and lmmel. Highlights among the sidelights of the season occured on some of the trips. Twice Trainer Bill Nicholson was mistaken for the coach, even to the extent of permitting the players a second cup of coffee. Qnly when the waiter presented him with the bill did Nicholson renounce his pretence and really point out the coach, Len Bieber. Then, a few weelcs later, the team and staff became greatly interested in some of the personalities of George White's Scandals who were staying in the same hotel. Fred Boebel was the efficient manager of the team. FROSH BASKETBALL Answering to the call of Coach Del2oo, some thirty-three aspiring Freshmen candidates reported to Nlerner Fieldhouse as the basketball season got underway this year. Up until the semester time they beat the Elmhurst "B", Armour Tech, and St. Procopius. Then by a scholastic ruling, two of the mainstays of the squad were removed. That misfortune seemed to be the downfall of the team, for it was defeated in all the succeeding games of the season. The Frosh lost a twin bill to the Lal4e Forest Frosh, one to Chicago Teachers Frosh and a return game with St. Procopius. The outstanding players of the season were Captain jim Bates and Chuclc Faust. Coach Bob Del2oo announced that he was awarding 'I6 sets of numerals. Bill Luther was the capable and willing manager. Back R0w-YENERICK, BAILEY, DAWSON, M. BENNING, COACH DERoo, SPENCER, S. BENNING, HILLS, PETERSON Front Row-THOMAS, TNIATTHEWS, BATES CCD, WEDSWORTH, JUDSON. Sitting-FAUST, LUTHER QMGRJ, DAILEY. 99 fi V is Cin 1 'iiliiliigg Back Row-GRAMBSCH, MAzzA, WHITE, ENZ, SCHENDEL, KEMP. Middle Row-BOETCHER CMGRJ, KEMP, REIBEL, STANGER, HUKE, HENNING, COACH Fxsm-:R Front R0w-WEISHAAR, BRIGGS, RIKLI CCD, ARLEN, TEICHMANN. TRACK North Central's outdoor track team in 1939 was notable for brilliance in some of the large meets in the Midwest and for weakness in dual competition. The first great triumph came in April when the mile relay team composed of Rikli, Stanger, Arlen and Wagner set a record of 3:19 at the Drake Relays in DesMoines, la. A few weeks later the cardinal-clad tracksters placed third in the Beloit Relays and took third in the next meet, the Elmhurst Invitational. DeKalb Teachers place first in the Elmhurst meet while Loyola eked out North Central for second place by seven-tenths of a point. The climax of the season came late in May when the team won the Illinois College Conference meet. The 1940 indoor season opened with a defeat by Loyola, and a win by Chicago university by a slim margin. Then North Central whipped Armour Tech and Milwaukee Teachers in preparation for the large Midwest lntercollegiate Meet to which North Central was host. ' E This year's meet was won by Pittsburg, Kan, Teachers college and Butler university who tied for first place with 42 points each. North Central was third. Twenty-two colleges from seven states were represented. A week later North Central easily won a auadrangular meet with DeKalb Teachers, Milwaukee Teachers and Wheaton. At the Armour Relays North Central was sixth among a large field, the lowest the team has ever placed in that meet. The last indoor meet was in the Chicago Relays where North Central was toppled from its one mile relay crown for the first time. The Cardinal quartet placed third. The withdrawal of Qrville Wagner at the beginning of the second semester was a serious blow to the team. Wagner had been an outstanding performer for the past two years, winning events in both college and university competition. 100 J 4 2 z . v Z, :fm fi VV K , QQ M Q if X f '- 'fgZff-' A. , M7 X 9 f f w. 3.-fm '15 is I MQ 4 II!! '. .Rl I YODER, PARKER, OESTERLE, TIEFENT BASEBALL 19 North Centra .. Elmhurst . . North Centra .. Armour .. . North Centra .. Wesleyan . North Centra .. Armour .. . lNorth Centra . . Bradley . . lNorth Centra . . Wheaton . lNorth Centra .. George Williams INorth Centra . . Wheaton . North Centra .. Elmhurst . . lNorth Centra .. lNorth Centra .. Lake Forest Lake Forest North Central's First baseball game was played at Elmhurst where the team started oil the season by beating the home nine 'IO to 5 with Gabel, Hayden and Tiefenthal doing the hitting. Three days later on April Q5 the team traveled to Armour to beat the Tech- I-lawks by a score of 3 to 'I. Cooper's Fine hitting helped greatly in turning the tide oI the ball game. On April 28, Illinois Wesleyan crushed the Cardinals with a score of 'I5 to 'I. The strong Illinois team takes a road trip down south every year and is the strongest team in our conference due to their long season and experienced players. Tuesday, May 2, the Armour Tech team invaded North Central's Field at Naperville Where North Central proceeded to conquer by a score of 7 to 4. The next game played with Bradley on May 6 proved to be too much For the Cardinal nine, and they lost 'IQ to 'I. lncidentally, the Bradley team was second in the conference. Cn May 'I'I the team traveled to Wheaton, where it vvas beaten by a score of 'IQ to 5 providing the First licking the Cardinals have taken from the Wheatonites lor many years. The Iollovving vveek George Williams College of Chicago came to Naperville to get beaten by a score of 'I4 to 7. May day, Wheaton came to North Central and vvon a tight contest by a score of 6 to 5 with Wheaton bringing in the winning run in the last inning. Cn College Day Elmhurst came to North Central and proceeded to return the licking the Cardinals gave them earlier in the season by beating them 6 to Q. The last home game was with Lake Forest, who vvon by a score of 'IQ to 8. Cn May Q8 the team closed the season losing to Lake Forest on their Field by a close score of 'IQ to 'I'I. Gabel, a strong hitter, was injured about the middle of the season and thus weakened the team to some ' extent. The pitching vvas good but there vvere not enough relief pitchers to assist johnny "Eagle" -liefenthal, star pitcher and shortstop. MCKINLEY, HAYDEN, BETTINGER. GABEL, COOPER, THxEL. 103 i Sitting-Wu1TE, H., OSTROTH, YODER, MULLER, STREIB, PRUssNER, SCUITO, KRUGER, DAILY, HENNING, ROHRS, WHITE, R., WARNOCK Standing-MGR. KNOCKE, COACH BOWMAN, Assfr. MGR. KING. SWIMMING Although the swimming team won but three dual meets last season while losing six, the year will always be remembered as noteworthy. A win over Chicago Teachers and two wins over Beloit were challced up for N. C. while Chicago University, Armour Tech, Kenosha and Loyola handed the Cards defeats. The highlight of the season was the capture of the lllinois College conference crown. The Cardinals scored 38 points to Q6 for Bradley Tech which was second. The feature of the meet was the new record in the 'l50 yard medley relay which was won by three North Centralites, Captain l-looper White, l-larold l'lenning and ,loe Scuito. Henning also lowered his own conference 'l00 yard bacl4strol4e record from 1106.4 to 'l:04.5. Without a doubt l-lenning was the most outstanding star of the season with consistent wins in the 50 and 'I00 yard free style and 'l00 yard bacl4 strolce. l-lis season record for the 50 was 2229, only four-tenths of a second above the world's record. l'lis fastest time in the 'IOO yard free style was 1537. At the National Collegiate Athletic Association meet held at Yale University l-lenning was fourth in the 50 yard free style, aualifying for all-American honors with his per- formance. l-looper White and Don Qstroth were also outstanding for superiority in the back- strolce and diving, respectively. 104 Standing-KEELER, Rorms, HOLLISTER, HOFEB.. KRGEZZRQLSMITH, BURSCH. TENNIS With only a small sauad, and several who were new on the team, the tennis squad won but two matches. Don l-loler and Jim Qgborn were the two mainstays ol the team, both leading their team mates in matches won. These two and Manager Ralph Smith were the varsity letter winners. l'lofer and Qgborn got through the sectional tournament which was held at North Central and represented North Central at the Conference meet where they got to the semi-Finals. The freshmen tennis team played three matches with the Wheaton lrosh, winning two and tying one. Frosh numeral winners were Dexheimer, Peto, Eberhardt, Divine, and Wright. Dr. lrving Keeler was the coach for both freshmen and varsity. 106 WOMEN'S ATHLETIC BOARD The Board of Control with the uid of lVIiss Tonner, its odvisor, controls c1II octivities of the Women's Athletic Associotion. It undertolces all ol the business oi the orgcinizo- tion, orronges schedules, mc1I4es plons for porties ond ploy doys, ond I4eeps checlcupon the income ond expenses. This yecir the boord supervised the reiurnishing of theclub room. The bocird is composed of fourteen members who meet twice o month. Lost fall the Women's Athletic Associotion, I'Womotho", entertoined her prospective members in her own specicil monner,-ci sports porty. Soccer, voIIeyboII, bcisI4etboII, pingpong, orchery and swimming tournaments were completed in the Ic1II ond owords were given ot the onnuol bonquet. The ossocicition sponsored o I'IC1IIOWGI9D porty, o swim, on c1II-college porty, ond on invitotionol sports porty. Members of the W. A.A. ottended o ploy doy ot Delfcilb ond sponsored ci Iilce otlciir April 6th here. WOMEN'S ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION 107 PIN AND LETTER WOMEN Women's intra-mural sports are directed by the W. A. A. Awards consist oi class numerals at the time oi initiation, letters alter completion oi 'IQ W. A. A. team or individual activities, and association pins after completion oi 'I6 W. A. A. team or individual activities. TENNIS T939 vvas another successful season for the Women's Varsity Tennis Team. It Won four matches, lost two matches, and tied one match. The team defeated North Parlc, Elmhurst and Chicago Normal and tied Wheaton. It was defeated by illinois College and in a return match by Chicago Normal. Junior Basketball Champs . . . Freshman Soccer Champs . . . junior Volleyball Champs . . . Peaceful Interlude . . . Soccer Subs . . . Hello or Good-Bye? . . . Clean-up Brigade . . . So High . . . Our Miss Tanner . . . Truclcin' on Down . . . Pete-Archery . . . Tennis . . . Ping Pong Champ . . . Smiling Archer. ff Girl's Water Ballet Formation Miss Tonner Kicking Off. North Central Netwomon F 1 Q J i eallwcea 5 1 Aff-3 , v , r,.. , lc. , ' I A ' f LK 91 5 a'.f,-any, ' ' x,,,,f I W My I ..,,.k',, I Q ,Q I , f 1 K Q , f ,L Y ,YW I M f .mf , W 1 ff 1' X! 1 WQ r Fi! xl 2 ,, Q5 , ake,,g,' 353 ny..-.f 5, 11x at 9 J ' S in v I uh. mi ,'? ll 15" W. 3 1 A X' iht 3 . -and 4 5 ul ,Q , 2 ui 4? i2?ffi?4"' ,U 3. K, ff? I 9? 'Q' tw' vue' :fi , x ,mf r' - if . 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The ,lohnson Tribe . . . 1011 ' Bestsnczp . . .Weinert's . . .Ye Qlde Mein . . . Bill ond Marion . . . Springtime . . . Studious? . . . Me looting os per always . . . Vintlirup in tl'ie good olcl Summer- time . . . Simple cmd Sweet . . . it must be spring fever . . . Kids will be kids . . . Ye olde stompirfgrounds . . . Typical room scene Ccept for booicsb . . . Where yo goin? . . . Watch the birdie gents . . . E 5 i i The Cfhangeliral Ulbzulugtral Seminary SEMINARY FACULTY GROUP Paul H. Eller, Ph.D.g Elmer D. Riebel, Ph.D.g H. R. Heininger, Ph.D.g Paul E. Keen, M.A., M.S.g Edwin F. George, M.A 124 IN CONFERENCE QUHUQBIIIZHI Zllbeulugical Seminary, iaaperhille, Zlllinuis A Faculty-Student Community Fellowship founded in 1873. Graduate preparation for Christian service in the pastorate at home or abroad. Eighty-four Students enrolled 1939-40. Faculty of seven full time professors. Accredited by the American Association of Theological Schools. A three year course for college graduates leads to the Bachelor of Divinity Degree: Licensed ministers of the Evangelical Church with two years of college may qualify after three years of study in this Seminary for the Diploma. Address correspondence to H. R. Heininger, President, Naperville, Illinois. TERM PAPERS REVIEWED 125 ORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE ECCK STORE Student Headquarters for STATIONERY BOOKS PENS PENNANTS CANDY ETC, "Everything the Student Needs" ITIOSSI' BUSINESS COLLEGE PAUL MOSER J. D..PH.B. Only Four Year High School Graduates Enrolled Gregg, Pitman ana Munson Shorthana-also Steno- ' E ' g C typy. Day and Evening Courses. venln ourses open to men and women. Beginners Classes starttlrst Monday of each month. Advanced Students may en- ' i ter any Monday. Interesting Booklet sent free. wlthou obligation-write or phone. No solicitors employed. Also Speczat Intenswe Course for College Graduates and Undergraduates. Starts Ian. 1. Aprzl 1. Iuly 1. Oct. 1 H6 S. 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BELL SAVINGS BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION I 30 N. LaSalle St. Chicago, Illinois P PHONE - FRANKLIN 5300 l I SCHOMER ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO. WHOLESALE ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 164 So. B ROADWA PHONE 8751 "BEST buy'S BUICK" nu- I- .nn ? r CONSOLIDATED MOTORS, 229 W. FRONT INC. 129 Y AURORA, I ST. PI-IONE WI-IEATON 2 40 John A. Schmidt Investment Company INVESTMENTS REAL ESTATE Suite 1210 INSURANCE 111 VV. Washington St. - Chicago, Illinois THROUGH THE COMPLIMENTS OF The Schuler-Braun Company, Inc. Compliments of Goetsch 8: Son VVelding 81 Forging -F S. WASHINGTON ST. NAPERVILLE, ILL. PHONE 220-M See SASH AND DOORS YA CKLEY'S For PLUMBING AND HEATING 1144 DEARBORN AVE. AURORA, ILL. INSTALLATION COURTEOUS - SERVICE 317 N. CENTER ST. PHONE 593 NAPERVILLE, ILL. MOORE LUMBER AND vl I SUPPLY COMPANY fkIl,LQ - -2 .-.'. , .P T ' Dealers in Lumber and All Kinds 1" L I. ,....., I,..,.,,.E. UE. . rms.. K of Building Materials lm. 315 S. MAIN ST. PHONE NAPERVILLE 10 130 . . A.... ,. COLORED TENNIS COURTS OF gg, En - Tout - Cas or Ace Rapid Drying Surface INSTALLED BY Edward H. Kluckhohn and Sons 103 SPRING AVE. NAPERVILLE, ILL. CONTRACTORS F011 ROADS, LAKES, LAWN, EXCAVATING, GRADING, DRAINAGE, BLACK DIRT, AND GRAVEL ACME ROOFING CO. 20 Years Rooing Experience Complimenls Of AURORA, ILL. TEL PH NE 5120 E 0 Eby-Youngen PHONE 6.E.F1zANKL1NAvE. 479-M NAPERVILLE, ILL. A. H. BEIDELMAN Building and General Contracting AURoRA, 1LL1No1s DWAYNE BEIDELMAN PHONE 109 N. WASHINGTON ST. 344-M WATT and GILLOGLY, Inc. 7 SOUTH DEARBORN STREET CHICAGO TELEPHONE CENTRAL 4497 Office Record Forms, Binders and Indexes Ruling - Printing - Binding 131 SHERWIN WILLIAMS CO. 1 SHERWIN'mllMMS PAIN T 3 333 N. Michigan Ave. Telephone Chicago, Illinois State 5755 THE PURE OIL COMPANY, U.S.A. Edit C Y' PRODUCERS, REFINERS, MARKETERS OF A COMPLETE LINE OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Local OHHCC Phone 456 103 S. Washington Naperville, Ill 132 ADDING MACHINE and TYPEWRITER SALES Authorized Dealer 7754-.,. 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Main St., Naperville, Illinois, Tel. 253-J THEATRE TIVOLI THEATRE 5021 Highland Ave. Downers Grove, Illinois Tel. 213 TYPEWRITER SUPPLIES A. VV. ANDRE Co. 537 S. Dearborn St. CARBON PAPER, INKED RIBBONSAI Chicago, Illinois Tel. Harr. 8254 134 THE SPECTRUM HAILS QWMQMAH N. C. C., '33, '34 Q fbL6'C'C6 CSD! fic 218 South VVabash Avenue CHICAGO Telephone Wabash 0526-0527 OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHER FOR THE 1940 SPECTRUM Special Rates To All N. C. C. Students 136 THE SPECTRUM EXTENDS ITS THANKS TO A SUPPLIER OF NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE RIFE CLEANER Complete Dry Cleaning and Tailoring Service PHONE NAPER 570 FAVOR RUHL 81 COMPANY Artists Supplies - Architects Supplies and Picture Frames 425 So. WABASH AVENUE CHICAGO 3 IQ r-1. EQ? I I fx f L Cr li 3' E is--N I "ff l':ii7-f fw . f 4 , vl f. , K my N ! A X X , 'L' Q In 1 J f ! CLEM'S BEAUTY SHOP TELEPHONE 277 25 W. JEFFERSON A CROMER MOTER CO. Compliments 28 Years Of Dependable Of FORD C. L. SCHWARTZ Service in Naperville LUMBER CO. 426 N. WASHINGTON ST. 25 W. CHICAGO AVE. PHONE 85 DIETER 8: GETZ PLUMBING AND HEATING ELECTRICAL WORK All Kinds Of Electrical Appliances 10 WEST JEFFERSON AVENUE The Play GOLF at Ogden Avenue Comphmmm Drink Milkfor Health 0f Call 650 BOECKER'S MENS WEAR TOUSLEY DAIRY CO "We Dress You From Head tO Toe" for the 129 S. WASHINGTON STREET Best in Dairy P1'0ClUCtS 138 PHONE DEARBORN 1077 OCULAR ANA LYSIS BARRETT OPTICAL CO. Pefryg Garage SUITE 1024 NO. AMERICAN BUILDING 36 SO. STATE STREET DR. CI-IAS. D. CRAWIEORD SPECIALIST CORRECTIN G 204 BRAINARD ST. PHONE 158 DErEcTIvE EYESIGHT CHICAGO, ILL. e Wm ,Mml, Ollver J. Beldelman lIlnlill:j':.,'55lllllillalll' A Ill :1!.ilIfl" Illlfl .1 M1 , j im, 0 illllillfllll, ,qvb l lllllliml Wiz, Avnbulmlfe Servlce IIE. I T TT Ijzi.g5l"h,g 'r F A. :Q - FURNITURE AND UNDERTARING f ' f4I'- 1 in NAPERVILLE, ILLINOIS Funeral Chapel Wifh Pipe Organ 235 S. WASHINGTON ST. TELEPHONE 264 You Are Always Welcome at Our Through the Compliments of Rexall Drug Store C' SCHERER 251 SON Established in 1875. 65 years of continuous service, 25 years under the present management. Hardware S-W Save with Safety S Everything found in a Modern Drug Store LOUIS WILLIAM OSWALD GRADUATE REGISTERED PHARMACIST Armour 85 Co. AURORA, ILLINOIS Paints kitchenware-Electrical and Plumbing Supplies "On The Main Corner' PHONE 599 Compliment.: of M . B I A N U C C I Proprietor of THE CITY MEAT MARKET 139 i'EXi5Ei5siLiiE -- - ' -Io win and consistentlyliold a pIace as the recognized leader ol scI1ooI annual printing, Iwas been tlwe record of Rogers Printing Company since its beginning in 1908. ' Ilwat we Inave, during a period of 32 years, success- fully produced Iwundreds ol annuals for sclwools tlwrouglw- out tlwe country,attests our ability to satisfy completely tlie most discriminating Year Boolc Statl. ' New ideas, coupled with tlie Icnowledge and experi- ence gained tlwrouglm a quarter ol a century's service, insure tlwe sclwool tliat clwooses a Rogers printed poolc of ideal pages HI:rom Start to I:inisI'i.H ' We are proud tliat tI'ue statl of TI-IE SPECTRUM entrusted its printing to our organization and we Iwerewitlw present it as an example ol our worlc. RGGERS PRINTING COMPANY 307-309 First Street . 228 N. LaSalle Street DIXON, ILLINOIS CI-IICAGOJLLINOIS 140 A NOVEL DEODORANT which does not merely mask or overcome offensive odors by sub- stituting a pleasing aroma, but which actually DESTROYS THE OBJECTIONABLE SMELL and leaves the air FRESH, SVVEET, andPURE. It is- RENOVET Safe to use as it does not spot Woodwork, glass or linen, does not bleach upholstery, and 1S not absorbed by foodstuffs. Easy to use, merely needs spraying into the air. Economical to use, a little W1ll go a long Way. The Worrell Manufacturing Company ST. LOUIS, MO. For woMEN and MEN who are careful H ,, - a of their roorwEAR-. The CYCLONE LINC 1 lACES 3 NEAT SOLES 0 HEELS 0 Q Il 1 I fl'ijlilil-!i'ii:54lil1HlQ1'KnVbiw L X-f 2f31fQ?1,Q5.1ig'f , r i E I ,Y if-sr 751:25 I ' f," - 5 ..,, L 3 g t ll M 5.5-tj ?Y5Ad'as1,vwav2 If .Li . .moe SERVICE .5 . E that is necessary to the N A I om A C proper care and Mainte- 9 L nance of your shoe appear- ' E a r h lr N f Q ance an 00' 90" - See 1 our Dealer For wmsuah bf , msd. ,, . E 6 2 U S 025 Y 6610 Y B! ! 11 ll 5 p 1V'l'v , . A gzzr::...., Supphes E emu ,Q 1 L PLATES ' DYEING ' ""' - Whatever your shoes need--see us! Stanley's Goodyear Welt Shoe Rebuilding Est. 1911 38 W. JEFFERSON Avis. The Cyclone Mfg. Co. URBANA, INDIANA - U. S. A. Compliinents of O T T E R P O H L DAIRY COMPANY "Pure and Rich" A Socinhle Place McELROY'S Air Conditioned on U. S. 30 PLAINFIELD, ILL. Sovereign's Bakery The Finest and Mos! Complete Selection of Home Baking 23 VV. Jefferson Ave. K FOUCEICS DRUG STORE " The Prescription Shop" 2 Registered Pharmacists 127 S. WASHINGTON ST. TELEPHONE 68 Finest Men's Wear RASSWEILER 'il HARDWARE CGMPANY at Electrical - Heating S 1' R A N G' S upp ICS PAINTS - HARDWARE The College Haberdashery 14 16 W C A 142 ri M1- 055 530 gb 'W S L -.1 wg .4 Q cn . Q Q " .v-I R of 424 Varieties ALWAYS DEPENDABLE ALWAYS ECONOMICAL THE PAULDON RESTAURANT " Try Our Delirious Home Cooked Zl4'ezzl.v" 554.00 Per XVeek 5 W. BENTON ST. CHAS. SHIFFLER 81 SONS GENERAL CONTRACTORS "We Take Care of All Your Building Needs" Sold Only PAUL E. SHIFFLER WARD C. SHUFLE Through 717 N. Ellsworth 142 N. Washingto Phone 632 Phone 257 Independent Merchants Naperville, Illinois Meet Your Friends at Prince Castle Stores in Principal Cities throughout Northern Illinois Keller Heartt Lumber and Fuel Company I FUEL OILS l A DIN - - OKE- I HIL MIGHELL 8: GOODIN TRAVIS DAIRY MOTGR CO' ST. -IAMES GUERNSEY INIILIS. STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS CHEVROLET - OLDSMOBILE Tgitylilislgli "The Garage At The Bridge" 20 SLOOMIS TELHQ9 R .-1 5- ' KEINER'S MODERN EIS Q E ,I REPAIR SHOP :I , A I M 3 OLD WAY KEINER'S WAY A Q- ' 210 S. MAIN ST. NAPERVILLE, ILL. AURORA ELGIN T A S T Y B A K E R Y and CONFECTIONERY m. I-I. F lent e W Y "Just The Place and CO. FOI' D3,iI1tiCS INVESTMENT SECURITIES Graham Building Aurora Telephone 8411 LA SALLE DANVILLE For A Feed" 16 W. JEFFERSON ST. Why Nor Ear Ar The W H A T - N O T 301 N. CENTER STREET 145 HOME LAUNDRY "A HOME LAUNDRY FOR HOME FOLKSH OFFICIAL COLLEGE LAUNDRY 937 CURTISS STREET - DOWNERS GROVE, ILLINOIS - TELEPHONE 57 Wattonville OF Clyde: C. Netzley NAPERVILLE Ompany CHINESE A AMERICAN RESTAURANT VVe Have The Trade That Service Made Day and Night Tow and Derrick Service Complete Automobile Service Under One Roof TE LE PHONE 606 CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH Chop Suey To Take Ou! Party Rooms 214-16 So. Washington OPEN ALL NIGHT C omplirnenls 0f JONES' SERVICE STATION COMPLETE SINCLAIR SERVICE 18 E. SCHOOL AVE. PHONE 678 146 A bool: bound by us will outlast two new ones . . . ADVANCE WIESBROCK GARAGE " STUDEBAKER CHAMPION DEALER" B I N D E R Y C O M P A N Y ALLIS-CHALIVIERS Library TRACTORS Boolc AND MACHINERY Binders 607 Sclgfgiiigrasireet R. F. D. No. 2 Box Phone Wabash 5521 Binders for CHICAGO PUBLIC LIBRARY NORTH CENTRAL COLLEGE Our Specialty: We Bind lhe National Geographic Magazine Ogden Ave. Route U. S. 34 NAPERVILLE, ILLINOIS Telephone Naperville 202 No. 5 THE LOUNGE is built over the dreamy waters of the Fox River and opens out upon terraces overlooking the formal gardens and park. Throughout the Lobby and Lounge and in the Waiting Room are hung acknowledged masterpieces of modern and 19th Century painting. A beautiful Spanish organ console dominates one end of the patio and luxurious chairs and davenports bid you rest and enjoy its music. ! 9' 'biinivl Makin' ST. CHARLES, ILL. The Beauty Spot fy' the Fox River Valley PUBLIC SPACES AIR CONDITIONED 147 COMPLIMENTS OF Kroehler Mfg. om pan . WORLD'S LARGEST FURNITURE MANUFACTURER NAPERVILLE, ILL. KANKAKEE, ILL. SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF DALLAS, TEXAS CLEVELAND,'OHIO STRATFORD, ONT., CAN LOS ANGELES, CALIF. BINGHAMTON, N. Y. MONTREAL, ONT., CAN 148 i 'LIAHN 8. E Q E i E Q E E AGAIN" JAHN sf VINE C0 COMPLIMENTS OF Western United Gas 8: Electric Co. DCVY NERS GROVE ILLINOIS I L. C. MEYER-District Manager LINDBLOM'S RESTAURANT "Serving just Good Home Cooked Food At Prices You Can Afford to Pay" 222-4 S. WASHINGTON ST. PHONE NAPER 739 CREATORS DESIGNERS OF DISTINCTIIYE PRINTING 128 S. W ASHINGTON . . . PHONE 29 NAPERVILLE . . . ILLINOIS C. A. A. FLYING SCHOOL LEWIS HOLY NAME SCHOOL OF AERONAUTICS LEWIS-LOCKPORT AIRPORT, LOCKPORT, ILLINOIS Approved by the U. S. Civil Aeronautics Authority as a Cer- tified Primary and Advanced Flying School and Mechanics School Offering a Four Year Course in Aeronautical En- gineering With all Phases of Flight and Mechanical Training. 151 NA PERVILLE PHYSICIANS i.l.l-ll DR. PALMER GOOD-EYE SPECIALIST 4 S. VVashington St. DR. L. KUNSCH 124 S. Washington, Phone 8 DR. S. G. LAW 120 S. Washington, Phone 780 DR. WALTER L. MIGELY 39 W. Jefferson, Phone 15 DR. EDVVARD S. MOSER 4 S. Washington, Phone 6-J DR. ARTHUR R. RIKLI 17 Court Place, Phone 154 DR. C. S. VVHITEHEAD 133 S. Washington, Phone 22 NA PERVILLE DENTISTS DR. F. I-7. ENCK .l. -1 4 S. IVashington, Phone 567 DR. R. F. FANNING 125 S. Washington, Phone 100- DR. O. A. GOETZ J 136 S. Washington, Phone 260 DR. THOMAS VVHITE 120 S. VVashington, Phone 46-M This book is encased in A MOLLOY MADE COVER- of which there is no equal! MOLLOY MADE 2857 N. Western Ave. CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 152 STUDENT ABBOTT, MARGARET, Fr ..........,....... . . 24 Broadlawn Farm, Downers Grove, Ill. ADAMS, MARY, Fr ......................... . . 24 602 2nd Ave. S.W., Cedar Rapids, Iowa 40 AEGERTER, HELEN, Jr ...,.,................ . . 321 E. Mitchell, Kendallville, Ind. ALLEN, DOLLYNELLE, Fr ......,....... . . 28 Downers Grove, Ill. ALLISON, MARION, Soph ................ . . 30 344 Prospect Ave., Glen Ellyn, Ill. ANDERSON, WALTER, Soph .....,....... . . 30 530 N. May St., Aurora, Ill. ARGUE, HAROLD, Jr ..,................... . . 40 4 S. Washington St., Naperville, Ill. ARLEN, MARY, Fr .......,............... . . 24 35 W. Franklin Ave., Naperville, Ill. ARLEN, ROBERT, Jr .......,.............. . . 40 35 W. Franklin Ave., Naperville, Ill. ARNDT, JEAN, Fr ...................... . . 24 980 Edward Ave., Louisville, Ky. ARNOLD, HARRIET, Jr ................. . . 40 R. F. D. 3, Hiawatha, Kans. AUGUSTINE, ELIZABETH, Fr .............. , . . 24 416 E. Chicago Ave., Naperville, Ill. BABEL, JAYNE, Jr. .............,...... . I 40 120 S. Ellsworth St., Naperville, Ill. BACKEMEYER, KEITH, Fr ..,..,.....,... . . 24 678 Van Buren St., Gary, Ind. BAILEY, RICHARD, Fr ..........,....... . . 24 111 W. North Ave., Elmhurst, I11. BAIRD, JOHN, Sr .............,........ . 8 750 Riford Ave., Glen Ellyn, Ill. BARR, GEORGE, Jr .....,,.....,........ . , 40 199 Chapin St., Binghamton, N. Y. BARROW, BARBARA, Fr ........,........ . . 24 306 No. Woods St., Gibson City, Ill. BATES, JAMES, Fr ..................... .. 24 1619 S. Main St., Elkhart, Ind. BAUM, RUTH, Sr .................... . 8 Adell, Wis. BAUMGARTNER, RUTH, Fr ........ . . . 24 1634 21st Ave., Monroe, Wis. BEEBE, ROBERT, Fr ...........,........ A 24 510 E. Benton Ave., Naperville, Ill. BEETZ, MABLE, Jr ......,.............. . . . 40 R. R. 1, Mendota, Ill. BENCH, ROBERT, Jr .................... .. . 40 223 W. Fifth St., Perrysburg, Ohio BENNETT, CORWIN, Jr .................... . . 24 1146 Maple Ave., Downers Grove, Ill. BENNING, MERLE, Fr .....,.............. . . 24 Davis, Ill. BENNING, SHIRL, Fr ..... . . . . 24 Davis, Ill. BENZEL, LADORIS, Fr ............... . . 24 123 S. Finch St., Horicon, Wis. BERNHARDT, LAURENT, Soph ......... . . 30 Seymour, Wis. BERTSCHINGER, JOE, Jr. ...... . . 40 Port Washington, Wis. BETTINGER, CHARLES, Jr ........ . . 40 835 4th Ave., Aurora, Ill. BETTS, GRATTON, Soph .............. . . 30 550 Douglas Ave., Elgin, Ill. BEUSCHER, HOWARD, Jr ................ . . 40 35 W. Pleasant St., Freeport, Ill. BEYLER, MARIAN, Soph ............... . . 30 153 N. Julian St., Naperville, Ill. BINDER, WALLACE B., Soph .............. . . 30 201 W. Lincoln Ave, Wheaton, Ill. 153 INDEX BISHOP, BRUCE, Jr ......... Box 108, Sarver, Penn. BISHOP, GERALD, Sr. ....... . Box 108, Sarver, Penn. BLANC, MARCELLA, Fr ............ 628 Lebanon St., Aurora, Ill. BLANK, LOIS, Soph ...,,.,........ 740 Kolb St., Akron, Ohio BLEILER, RUTH, Soph ..........., Elk Mound, Wis. BOEBEL, FREDERICK, Soph ..,. Naperville, Ill. BOETTCHER, BYRON, Jr ............... '. 2560 LeFeber Ave., Wauwatosa, Wis. BONNE, RICHARD, Fr .,.,...........,,.... Monroe Center, Ill. BONTO, G. VIRGIL, Soph ....,.......... 3700 S. Broadway, Wichita, Kans. BORNGREBE, JACK, Sr ................. 464 Palace St., Aurora, Ill. BOURLAND, HAROLD, Fr ............... 433 Franklin St., Downers Grove, Ill. BOWERS, DAVID, Fr ................... Sugar Grove Farm, Aurora, I11. BOYD, RUTH, Sr ..........,......... Ashton, Ill. BRANCH, ADA ELIZABETH, Fr .......... 233 Walnut Stl. Manistique, Mich. BRAND, ALTON, Sr .................... Olivia, Minn. BRECHEISEN, HAROLD, Jr ..............,... 816 N. Institute, Colorado Springs, Colo BRECHEISEN, JAMES, Jr .................,. 816 N. Institute, Colorado Springs, Colo BRICKER, HERBERT, Sr.. .............., .. 1035 Maple Ave., Downers Grove, Ill. BRIGGS, LESTER, Jr. ................... . 214 N. Center St., Naperville, Ill. BRISSEY, E. JACK, Jr ...................... Belmont Station, Downers Grove, Ill. BROEKER, ELAINE, Sr ..................... 431 E. Franklin St., Naperville, Ill. BROWN, CHARLOTTE, Soph ................. 529 Burlington Ave., Downers Grove, Ill BUBERT, ROLLIN, Fr ...............,...... 119 S. Sleight St., Naperville, Ill. BUCHMAN, ROBERT, Soph ..............,. 221 N. Sleight St., Naperville, Ill. BUNSE, DELPHA, Jr ................... Cosby, Mo. BUREK, ALEXANDER, Soph .... Naperville, Ill. BURTON, HOWARD, Jr .......... 338 Orchard St., Elgin, Ill. BUSK, DONALD, Fr. .... . 366 Bryant Ave., Glen BUSS, JOSEPHINE, Sr ..... Reed City, Mich. BUTENHOFP, ROBERT, Fr. Markesan, Wis. ' 'E1'1y5,'1i1'f ' ' ' ' CAMERON, MARGARET, Fr .... Hilton, New York CARLSON, ALLAN, Soph. .. 4 S. Fordham, Aurora, Ill. CARPENTER, JACK, Fr ................, 1308 Gilbert Ave., Downers Grove. CHAMBERLIN, MARTHA, Soph. ,....... . Nappanee, Ind. CHATTERTON, RUTH, Soph ........... 614 S. Hale St., Wheaton, Ill. CHRISTOFERSEN, BEATRICE, Fr .... Natal, South Africa CIGRAND, ELROYA, Sr ................ 113 Ingleside Ave., Aurora, Ill. CLARK, WILLIAM, Fr ............... 814 N. Main St., Wheaton, Ill. COATS, JUNE, Soph ,....,..A........ ..... 514 N. Wheaton Ave., Wheaton, Ill. COHEN, DAVID, Sr .......,..,..........,. 247 N. Charlotte St., Lombard, Ill. COLE, MARY, Fr. ...........,.......,... . 2747 Oakman Court, Detroit, Mich. COLLITT, TED, Soph. ................... . Beulah Beach, Ohio COOK, 1NEZ,Jl' ...,....... Fleming, Colorado COOPER, ANNA, Sr ....,.. .... Avoca, Wis. COOPER, DON, jr ...........,..,. 25 N. Ohio St., Aurora, Ill. COOPER, FRANCES, Fr ........... Avoca, Wis. COVERT, LEONA, Soph. ....,,.. , 224 Beach St., Aurora, Ill. CRAIG, MARGARET, Jr ........... ...... Berne, Ind. CRUMMY, MAURINE J. ..............,...... . . . 27 N. Washington St., Naperville, Ill. CUNOEF, MARGARET, ,Ir .....,............. 1110 Curtis St., Downers Grove, Ill. DAHL, ERNEST, Fr ....................... 115 Adams St., Hinsdale, Ill. DAILEY, CHARLES, Fr ,,.,....,............ 4331 Forest Ave., Downers Grove, Ill. DAILY, SHERWOOD, Soph ...........,...... 4832 Montgomery Ave., Downers Grove, DARNELL, DOROTHY, Sr ...,............,,. 206 N. Columbia St., Naperville, Ill. DARNELL, MARIAN, Soph ................ 206 N. Columbia St., Naperville, Ill. DAUNER, EDITH, Sr ....................... 306 N. Cornell Cir., Ft. Wayne, Ind. DAVIS, DARRELL, Sr ....,....,........... Sublette, Ill. DAVIS, RUSSELL, Sr ....................,. 108 N. Loomis St., Naperville, Ill. DAVIS, MARY IDA, Fr ......,........... 16156 Bentler, Detroit, Mich. DAWSON, LESLIE, Fr ................. 202 Blackhawk St., Aurora, Ill. DENNIS, JOE, Soph. ..............,. . 205 S. Chase St., Wheaton, Ill. DEWILDE, GILBERT, Jr ................. 908 Lexington St., Wheaton, Ill. DEXHEIMER, ROBERT, Jr ............... 519 N. Brainard St., Naperville, Ill. DIBBLE, MANLEY, Fr. .............. . Oswego, 111. DIEFENBACH, GEORGE, Jr. .... ......... . Essex, Ill. DIER, DOROTHY, Soph. ....,.........,.,, . 2225 Michigan Ave., Niagara Falls, N. Y. DILL, HOWARD, Jr ........................ 4940 Washington St., Downers Grove, Ill. DILLEN, KATHARINE, Fr ................... Syracuse, Ind. DIVINE, ROBERT, Jr. ................... . 651 E. State St., Huntington, Ind. DOEDE, WILLIAM, Soph. .........,.... . Denmark, Wis. DOLBY, ELIZABETH A., Soph ..... 360 N. Crystal, Elgin, Ill. DOMM, CAROLINE, Soph. ........... , 529 Chicago Ave., Naperville, Ill. DONNENWORTH, MILDRED, Soph .......,... 30 E. Franklin St., Naperville, Ill. DOUGLAS, CHARLES, Soph ......,....... 433 Ann St., West Chicago, Ill. DOVENSPIKE, HARRY, Fr .... . .. 24 Hawthorn, Penn. DOWNS, RICHARD, Soph ......... . . . . . . 31 314 Fox St., Aurora, 111. DRISCOLL, SHIRLEY, Fr ,.................. . . . 24 921 Washington St., Evanston, Ill. DUNCAN, DONALD, Fr ...... ...,........ . . . 24 502 Ridgewood, Glen Ellyn, Ill. DUNHAM, HARRIET, Soph .................... . . . 31 1295 Kearsley Park Blvd., Flint, Mich. DUNLAP, VIRGINIA, Fr ..................... . . . 24 620 Stout St., Napoleon, Ohio DUONETTA, JEAN, Fr. ..,................ . . . 28 5230 Fairview, Downers Grove, Ill. DUSEK, FRANK, Fr. ...........,................. 25 Western Ave., Belmont Rd. Br., Downers Grove, Ill. EBERHARDT, EDWARD, Soph. ..................... 31 656 Mid Dr. WoodruffPl., Indianapolis, Ind. EBERSOLE, ROBERT, Soph. ....................... 31 1113 W. Lexington, Elkhart, Ind. EBY, ROBERT, Fr .................... . . . 25 831 Fifth St., Aurora, Ill. EHNINGER, MARY KAI-HRYN, Soph .... . . . 31 R. F. D. 4, South Bend, Ind. EIGENBRODT, GLENN, Fr. ......... . -. 25 Faribault, Minn. ELLENBERGER,OTHO,JF ................ ... 41 336 S. Sleight St., Naperville, Ill. ENGEL, RALPH, Fr ..........,........ ... 25 Seymour, Wis. ESSIG, HOWARD, Soph ............... . . . 31 304 Arcade Ave., Elkhart, Ind. EVERSOLE, GLADYS, Fr .....,....... . . . 25 Helena, Ohio EVERT, JACK, Fr. ................. . . . 25 1945 Granville, Chicago, Ill. FAGER, RUTH, Soph. .................. . . . 31 1434 W. State St., Rockford, Ill. FARRELL, EDWARD, Fr ................. . . . 25 203 George St., West Chicago, Ill. FAUST, CHARLES, Fr ................. . . . 25 Urbana, Ind. FAUST, DORIS, Soph .,................... . . . 30 1324 Lane Blvd., Kalamazoo, Mich. FAUST, MAX, jr ....................... . . . 41 Urbana, Ind. FAUST, RUTH, Soph ...................... ... 31 1324 Lane Blvd., Kalamazoo, Mich. FERCH, ROLLAND, Jr ................... . .. 41 Prairie du Sac, Wis. FERGUS, ROBERT, Soph. ............... . .. 31 166 Forest Ave., Glen Ellyn, Ill. FERINGTON, RAYMOND, Soph ........,. . . . 32 39 Pound St., Lockport, N. Y. FILSINGER, DOROTHEA, Fr ................ . . . 25 1032 Danforth St., Syracuse, N. Y. FINLEY, ROBERT, jr. .................. . . . 41 823 Peach St., Aurora, Ill. FLESSERT, WILLIAM,Jr ................... . . . 41 25 E. Benton, Ave., Naperville, Ill. 10 FLESSNER, HAROLD, Sr ..,.............. . . . Cullom, Ill. FLETT, ELIZABETH, Fr. ............. . 24 S. Sleight St., Naperville, Ill. FOSKETT, ROBERT, Fr .............. ' Manchester Rd., Wheaton Ill. 25 25 25 FRANK, EDWARD, Fr. ........... . . 438 Wilder St., Aurora, Ill. FRANZEN, DONALD, Fr. ......... - - . 41 Cloverdale, Ill. FRANZEN, RALPH,Fr ..... --- 25 Cloverdale, Ill. FREI, RACHEL, Soph ............... - - - 32 130 Kansas St., Horicon, Wis. FRESHLEY, PAUL, Jr. .............. . . . 41 Homeworth, Ohio FRESHLEY, WENDELL, Jr . . . - - - 42 Homeworth, Ohio FRY, CLINTON, Soph ........... R. R. 2, Naperville, Ill. GABEL, CLYDE, St ............... .,.. Yorkville, Ill. GAMERTSFELDER, MARJORIE, Fr. ....... . 830 N. Webster St., Naperville, Ill. GAST, DOROTHY, Soph. ............... . R. R. 3, Aurora, Ill. GATTSHALL, WAYNE, Sr. . . . Prairie, du Sac, Wis. GAUERKE, RICHARD, Fr. ........... . 431 Conron, Danville, Ill. GEIGER, CHARLES, Soph. .............. . 17503 Hilliard Rd., Lakewood, Ohio GENSRICK, HERBERT, Soph. ........... . 723 E. Oklahoma, Milwaukee, Wis. GERRY, MARIE, Fr. ....,............. . Oswego, Ill. GESS, LOWELL, Soph ..,.. ....,., Nerstrand, Minn. GETZ, VINCENT, Jr .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 725 N. Center St., Naperville, Ill. GIBSON, GALE, Soph .................,. 311 W. Jefferson St., Clinton, Ill. GILL, MARTHA, Soph. ............... . 1035 N. Eagle St., Naperville, Ill. GILLOGLY, FRED, Sr. ...,............, . Hinsdale, Ill. GILPATRICK, LOUIS, Fr ..... ....... Plano, Ill. GIVLER, JANE, Fr. ................... . 220 N. Sleight St., Naperville, Ill. GLADING, THELMA, Fr. ............... . 111-12 114 St., Ozone Park, L. I., N. GOETZ, CHARLOTTE, Fr ................. 804 E. Chicago Ave., Naperville, Ill. GOETZ, JEANNE, Sr. .................. . 804 E. Chicago Ave., Naperville, Ill. GOLDINO, MRS. AUDREY, Sr. . . . 832 Ziegler Ave., Aurora, Ill. GOLDSTEIN, MAXINE, Sr .... ..,, 230 Douglas Ave., Elgin, Ill. GORDON, ARCHER, Soph ........ 735 Claim St., Aurora, Ill. GRAF, CLIFFORD, Sr. ............ . 917 Lafayette, Aurora, Ill. GRAMBSCI-I, PAUL, Jr .......,.......... 1743 S. 28th St., Milwaukee, Wis. GRANT, ELMER, Jr ..........,......... 1030 Barlow St., Flint, Mich. GRAUNRE, LLOYD, Sr. ..............., . 618 Central Ave., Faribault, Minn. GREB, MARY JANE, Jr. ............... . 131 E. Roosevelt St., Appleton, Wis. GRECU, THOMAS, Soph ............,.... 1213 Roosevelt St., Gary, Ind. GREEN, LOUISE, Fr .,............... 605 Prairie Ave., Glen Ellyn, Ill. GREENAWALT, JOSEPHINE, Sr ....... R. R. 2, Aurora, Ill. GROTE, NANCY, Jr ..................... 207 N. Vermilion, Streator, Ill. GROvES, RUTH, Sr ..................... 4536 Forest Ave., Downers Grove, Ill. GRUSH, SUZANNE, Fr ................... 1425 Thornwood Dr., Downers Grove, I R i i l I 1 GUASTELLA, JENNIE, Fr ................ 1112 S. West St., Rockford, Ill. GUELL, EUNICE, Sr ................... 16 14th St., Fond du Lac, Wis. GUENTHER, DONALD, Fr ,............ 501 S. Grove St., Waupun, Wis. GUENTHER, WAVA, Fr .............., 501 S. Grove St., Waupun, Wis. GUEST, ROBERT, Fr ...,..,.......... 443 Walnut St., Aurora, Ill. GUISE, MARGARET, Fr ................. 40 N. Spring Ave., LaGrange, Ill. Y I GUITHER, ELLEN, Soph ....... Walnut, Ill. GUSTAFSON, KATHERINE, Jr. ....... . 11 N. May, Aurora, Ill. GUSTAFSON, ROY, Fr .................. 605 W. Saratoga, Ferndale, Mich. GUZAUSKAS, JOHN, Soph ............... 901 Olive Ave., Aurora, Ill. I-IAFENRICHTER, FERN, Soph ...... Plainfield, Ill. HAFENRICHTER, GLENDA, Soph ..... Plainfield, Ill. HAHNE, JAMES, Fr .................... 251 Forest Ave., Glen Ellyn, Ill. HALDEMAN, MILDRED, Sr ......,..... 401 Iowa Ave., Streator, Ill. HAMMERSMITH, MABEL A., Jr .......... 122 S. Brainard St., Naperville, Ill. HAMPSON, ARTHUR, Sr ................ 266 Franklin St., Bloomfield, N. HANMER, BARBARA, Sr... ......... .... 633 Geneva Rd., St. Charles, Ill. HARLAN, JOHN, Soph. ............... . 1236 55th St., Downers Grove, Ill. HARRIS, RICHARD, Sr. ............ . . R. R. 1, Naperville, Ill. HARRIS, WILLARD, Fr ...............,. 405 Taylor Ave., Glen Ellyn, Ill. I-IARSHMAN, DALE, Soph ............. 1512 Locust St., Sterling, Ill. HART, BETTY, Fr ................. 695 Hill Ave., Glen Ellyn, Ill. HARTER, BERNICE, Jr ................. 805 N. Center St., Naperville, Ill. HARTONO, FRANKLIN, Sr. ............ . Plainfield, Ill. HATCH, JACK, Jr. .......... . Box 3, St. Charles, Ill. HAYDEN, RICHARD, Sr ...... Yorkville, Ill. HECKAMAN, MONVILO, Sr .......... Bremen, Ind. HEIMAN, NORMAN, Fr ................. 293 Cottage St., Lockport, N. Y. HEINHORST, FERNE, Sr ......,....... Mason City, Ill. HEININGER, MARJORIE, Fr .... Butler, Ohio HEINMILLER, WILLIAM, Jr ............, 154 N. Columbia St., Naperville, Ill HELFRICH, JOHN, Fr ................., 707 University Pl., Wheaton, Ill. HEM, WILMA, Sr. .......,......... . Oswego, Ill. HENERY, RAYMOND, Fr ..... Grand Junction, Iowa. HENKE, JUNE, Jr .,................... 226 S. Moore St., Blue Earth, Minn HENNING, HAROLD, Jr. .............. . 124 John St., Lockport, N. Y. HERBEN, ROBERT, Soph ............. 27 S. West St., Naperville, Ill. HERKNER, LOIS, Soph ................. 2763 Woodhill Rd., Cleveland, Ohio HEWITT, DALE, Soph. ............... . 4741 Cumnor Rd., Downers Grove, Ill HIEBER, ROBERT, Sr., ................. 618 N. Lane St., Bucyrus, Ohio HILL, TYRON, Fr ..............,...... 340 Meachem Ave., Battle Creek, Mich HILLS, ALVIN, Fr ..................... 245 Oak St., Itasca, Ill. HILTON, JEAN, Soph .................. 237 Evanslawn Ave., Aurora, Ill. HIMMEL, JOSEPH, Soph ................ 136 N. Loomis St., Naperville, Ill. HIRSCHMAN, DOROTHY, Soph ..... 51 Roy St., Kitchener, Ontario HOCHSPRUNG, LORRAINE, Jr. .,.. . 403 Watson St., Aurora, Ill. I-IOESCI-I, ARMIN, Jr ....,.......,. 609 S. Main, Temple, Texas HOEERT, HERBERT, Soph ...........,.. 27 S. Columbia St., Naperville, Ill. HOFFMAN, HAROLD, Fr .....,..,....... Walnut, Ill. HOLLIGAN, MARGARET, Fr ........ 822 Griswold St., Peoria, Ill. HOLLISTER, ROBERT, Sr ..... ,,...., 564 Garfield Ave., Aurora, Ill. HOLLON, JACK, Fr .................... 75 N. Anderson St., Aurora, Ill. HOLSLAG, MARIAN, Sr .....,........... 203 S. Fordham Ave., Aurora, lll. HOPPE, CHRISTIAN, Fr ............. 1306 Wheeler St., Saginaw, Mich. HOREK, BENNIE, Sr .........,.....,,.. 2405 S. 60th St., Cicero, 111. HORLEY, WILLIAM, Fr ,.....,......... 771 2nd Ave., Aurora, Ill. HOSLER, KENNETH, Fr ,......,........ 422 Douglas Ave., Naperville, Ill. HOTCHKISS, HOPE, Fr ...........,.. Mendota, 111. HOUDEN, LLOYD, Soph ......... 220 Webster, Belvidere, Ill. HOVEY, GRAY, Sr .......,............. 474 Cottage Ave., Glen Ellyn, Ill. HOYT, HELEN, Soph. .............,,. . 122 Irving Ave., Faribault, Minn. HUKE, FRANK, Jr ....,.............,...,.. .. 209 N. Columbia St., Naperville, lll. HUNSINGER, PAUL, Jr ......,.....,...,.. . . Flat Rock, Ohio HUNTOON, JAMES, Fr. ............... . 327 Brandon Ave., Glen Ellyn, Ill. IMMEL, WOODROW, Sr New Paris, lnd. IRELAND, GEORGE, Soph ,........... 1417 Stone St., Flint, Mich. JACKSON, EVELYN, Sr ,...,.....,,..... 367 Edgewood Ave., Akron, Ohio JACKSON, THELMA, Soph. ............... . . 367 Edgewood Ave., Akron, Ohio JAHN, HORACE, Fr. . ............... . .. 145 Huffman St., Naperville, Ill. JENKS, ROMA, Jr. .... ,....,........ . 420 Park Ave., Wheaton, Ill. JENKS, RUTH, Jr ,................. 420 Clark Ave., Wheaton, Ill. JENSEN, DERWOOD, Soph .... ... Herscher, Ill. JENSEN, ROBERT, Fr ................. 303 Spring St., Naperville, Ill. JOHNSON, MARGARET, Soph ......... 605 6th Ave., St. Charles, Ill. JOHNSON, MILDRED, Sr ....,...,....... 329 W. Franklin Ave., Elkhart, lnd. JOHNSON, VIVIAN, Jr ........,......... 226 Grant Ave., Geneva, lll. JUDSON, RICHARD, Fr ................. 1758 Lincoln Ave., Whiting, Ill. JUHNKE, CHARLES, Fr ................. 150 N. Julian St., Naperville, Ill. JUHNKE, ROBERT, Jr ......,......... 417 4th Ave., Waseca, Minn. KAILER, CHARLES, Soph .,............, 4513 Main St., Downers Grove, Ill. KALAS, VERA, Jr .,........ ........... 13 Center St., Elgin, I11. KAPP, LORENE, Jr .................... 1802 Ashland Ave., St. Joseph, MO. KASTNER, GORDON, Sr. , ............. . . .. 361 N. Pinecrest Ave., Milwaukee, Wis KAY, KATHERINE, Fr. ........... ....... . 528 E. North St., Geneseo, Ill. KELLER, DELORES, Soph .........., Sleepy Eye, Minn. KELLERMANN, GARFIELD, Soph ..... .. 133 Riverview, Monroe, Mich. KELLOGG, EUGENE, Soph. ............. . 325 N. Sleight St., Naperville, Ill. KEPNER, RAYMOND, Fr ................... 51 N. Brainard Ave., LaGrange, Ill. KIENHOLZ, MILTON, Fr. ................ . Odessa, Minn. KIGHT, PAUL, Fr ...,..... ... ... R. R. 3, OwoSSo, Mich. KING, JOHN, Soph ...........,......... 3412 Fullerton Ave., Chicago, Ill. KIRKPATRICK, JOYCE, Sr .............. Walworth, Wis. KIRN, MARY E., Soph .........,...... 775 Waterm Ave., Detroit, Mich. KITZENBERGER, ELAINE, Sr ............. 323 N. 15th St., St. Joseph, MO. KLINE, RAYMOND, Soph ................. R. R. 1, Culver, Ind. KNAPP, JAMES, Jr. ............,....,.. . Ogden and Sleight St., Naperville, Ill. KNOCHE, FREDERICK, Soph ...,........,. 729 E. Benton Ave., Naperville, Ill. KNOX, ROBERT, Fr. .................. . 6819 Emerald Ave., Chicago, Ill. KOCH, BESSIE, Jr ................. U ..... Koch'S Cash Store, Harford, WIS. KOCH, DOROTHY, Jr. ............... . 1261 E. Oak St., Kankakee, lll. KOEHLER, RICHARD, Fr. ....,.......... . 120 N. Columbia St., Naperville, Ill. KOEHLER, ROBERT, Sr. ................ . 120 N. Columbia St., Naperville, lll. KOLANDER, EILEEN, Jr .................. 2663 N. 40th St., Milwaukee, Wis. KOLTHOEE, NORMA, Fr ...,.............. 210 N. Wright St., Naperville, lll. KOTTKE, MURIEL, Soph .............., Graceville, Minn. KRING, GLEN, Soph ,....,... .. . Blisslield, Mich. KRUEGER, WAVERLY, Soph. ............ . 211 N. Wright St., Naperville, 111. KRUG, ELIZABETH, Fr ........,.......... 215 S. Columbia St., Naperville, Ill. KUEHN, PAUL, Sr ..,.................... Niles, Mich. KUNDE, DOROTHY, Fr ............ Roosevelt Rd., Wheaton, Ill. LACOSTE, JOHN, Jr. ................ . 8011 S. May St., Chicago, lll. LAHMAN, DONALD, Sr .............. 108 S. May St., Joliet, Ill. LAIER, CAROL, Fr. ............... . 2394 Seneca St., Buffalo, N. Y. LAIER, JEAN, Jr ..................... V 2394 Seneca St., Buffalo, N. Y. LAMBRECHT, MARX' ALICE, Jr. ..... . Jefferson, Wis. LAMM, MILTON, Fr. ....... . Kutch, Colo. LAMM, VIRGIL, Soph ...... Kutch, Colo. LATHROP, MELVA JANE, Fr. . . . . R. R. 1, Dundee, Ill. LEASURE, JAMES, Sr. ............, . 603 W. Johnson, Clinton, Ill. LEBECK, WARREN, Soph .............. 221 S. Warwick, Westmont, Ill. LEE, RICHARD, Jr. .........4.....,. . 615 Sexton St., Aurora, Ill. LEEDY, DORINE, Sr ................4..,.. 228 W. Clinton St., Napoleon, Ohio LEFFLER, JOHN, Sr. .................... . 221 North Ave., Naperville, Ill. LEMRE, DOROTHY, Soph l...... ,....,... 714 Cherry St., Mt. Carmel, Ill. LEHR, ELMER, Jr ..................., Lohrville, Wis. LENARD, LOUIS, Soph .....,............ 217 N. Chestnut St., Aurora, Ill. LENZNER, SHIRLEY ANNE, Jr .......... Cass City, Mich. LEONARD, DAVID, Jr ,................ 773 New York St., Aurora, Ill. LEPIEN, IRVIN, Jr. ............... . R. R. 1, Hartford, Wis. LEPIEN, PHYLLIS, Jr ........ R. R. 3, Hartford, Wis. LESTER, GEORGE, Soph ...,............... 4407 Fairview Ave., Downers Grove, Ill. LICHT, WINII-'RED, Soph .................. 614 Fox St., Aurora, Ill. LITTLEFORD, J. WILBUR, Sr. .....,......,. 4918 Seeley Ave., Downers Grove, Ill. LOCKE, ELEANOR, Jr ...,................. 940 Crescent Blvd., Glen Ellyn, Ill. LONG, ELLSWORTH, Fr ....,............ 685 May St., Akron, Ohio LOSER, ARLA, Fr. ,............... . Deer Creek, Ill. LOUNSBURY, EDITH, Soph. ............ . 448 Anthony St., Glen Ellyn, Ill. LOVELESS, JULIA, Fr ................. 193 Herrick Rd., Riverside, Ill. LUCE, EMERALD, Soph. ............... . 15 S. Columbia St., Naperville, Ill. LUTHER, WILLIAM, Fr ...........,.... Salix, Penn. LYNDS, JACK, Soph. . . . Sandwich, Ill. MCAFEE, HELEN, Fr ..................... 5716 Sprindside, Downers Grove, Ill. MCCORMICK, ROBERT, Fr ......,.......... 110 N. Spencer St., Aurora, Ill. MCHENRY, PATRICIA, Soph ......... 558 Fox St., Aurora, Ill. MCILWRAITH, MURIEL, Jr .,........ North Lake Rd., Aurora, Ill. MCJUNKIN, DAVID, Jr .............,.... 924 N. Wheaton Rd., Wheaton, Ill. MCKAY, JANET, Jr. .................. . 550 S. Fourth St., Aurora, Ill. MCKINLEY, KENNETH, Sr ................ 512 E. Seminary Ave., Wheaton, Ill. MANN, RICHARD, Fr ..,.............,..,. 1109 Curtis St., Downers Grove, Ill. MARCKHOEE, CARLA, Sr .................. 16 Cleveland Ave., Batavia, Ill. MARTIN, DANIEL, Jr ............... 35 Bank St., Batavia, N. Y. MARTIN, JEANNE, Sr .................., 14584 Greenview, Detroit, Mich. MARTIN, JOHN, Fr ...............,... 35 Bank St., Batavia, N. Y. MATTHEWS, EARLE, Fr .,........ Bensenville, Ill. MASON, ESTHER, Jr ...........,.......... 710 Bailey Ave., Pendleton, Ore. MATTHIES, VIRGINIA, Fr. ............... . 476 Grand Ave., Port Washington, Wis. MAU, MARGARET, Sr .............,....... Harmon, Ill. MAYER, FRANCES, Jr ...................,.. 500 Shimo, Ochiai, 1 chome, Yodobashiku Tokyo, Japan. MAYER, JEAN, Fr ........................ 500 Shimo, Ochiai, 1 chome, Yodobashiku Tokyo, Japan. MAZZA, VINCENT, Jr ...................... 18 S. Washington St., Naperville, Ill. MEDAL, EMILY, Jr .,..................... 6118 N. Austin Ave., Chicago, Ill. MEESE, CLAYTON, Fr. ,............. . Faribault, Minn. MEHN, HARRISON, Sr. . . . Norwalk, Wis. MEI-IN, HOWARD, Fr. ........ . Norwalk, Wis. MERCER, BETH, Fr. ............. . 442 Iowa Ave., Aurora, Ill. MESSERSCHMIDT, LOWELL, Sr. . . . R. R. 1, Madison, Wis. MICHEL, HOWARD, Jr ................., 317 Scottswood Rd., Riverside, Ill. MILAR, WILLIS, Jr .......... ........ 735 5th St., Aurora, Ill. MILLBERGER, EMILY, Jr ...........,.... 7236 S. Mozart St., Chicago, Ill. MILLER, DOROTHY, Jr ................ 14874 Faust, Detroit, Mich. MILLER, GAIL, Soph ..................,.. 5243 Carpenter St., Downers Grove, Ill MILLER, HOWARD, Fr .................... 536 Corwin St., Dayton, Ohio MILLER, JOHN, Sr. ..................... . 550 St. Charles Rd., Glen Ellyn, Ill. MILLER, MARCIANNA, Jr .,............. 406 E. 4th Ave., Naperville, Ill. MILLER, ROBERT, Jr ,.............,,..... Prairie and Lee St., Downers Grove, Ill MINER, DOROTHY, Soph .................. 343 S. Chicago Ave., Kankakee, Ill. MOLE, MARIJANE, Fr .................... 725 N. Wheaton Rd., Wheaton, Ill. MOLE, MARJORIE, Fr. ..........,....... . 725 N. Wheaton Rd., Wheaton, Ill. MOOMAW, JULIA, Fr. ................. . 123 Edgehill Rd., Syracuse, N. Y. MOORE, MARVIN, Soph ................. 566 Hillside Ave., Glen Ellyn, Ill. MUELLEN, THEOPHIL, Soph ............... 215 Miller St., Michigan City, Ind. MUELLER, MARGARET, Fr. ...........,.. . 736 E. Dr Woodruff Pl., Indianapolis, I MURPHY, WILLIAM, Fr ................,.. 302 Downer Place, Aurora, Ill. MYERS, JEAN, Fr ..................,... 124 S. Loomis St., Naperville, Ill. NALLY, VIRGINIA, Sr ................... , . 412 E. Indiana Ave., South Bend, Ind. NEEVES, ORLA, Jr ........,............., Oswego, Ill. NELSON, VIRGINIA, Jr ...,......,... R. R. 2, Box 229, Liberty, MO. NEUBAUER, RUDOLPH, Soph. ...,. . Winfield, Ill. NICHOLSON, WILLIAM, Sr .......... 451 West Park, Aurora, Ill. NICHOLSON, ROBERT, Fr .........,. 451 West Park, Aurora, Ill. NIETZ, LUELLA, Sr ,.............. 790 Coburn St., Akron, Ohio NORWICE, FLORENCE, Sr. ............,.. . 317 S. Springfield Ave., Chicago, Ill. NOVATNY, FRANK, Fr ......,....,........ 11700 S. Lowe Ave., Chicago, Ill. NUCKLES, ROBERT, Soph ............. R. R. 1, Belvidere, Ill. I1 ODOM, NORMAN, Soph ............ 127 Evans Ave., Aurora, Ill. OFEUTT, PAIGE, Soph. ...........,.. . North Lake St., Aurora, Ill. OLIVER, GUY, Jr. ..................... . 25 N. Brainard St., Naperville, Ill. OLIVER, JEAN, Jr ........,.............. 25 N. Brainard St., Naperville, Ill. OSTERLAND, FRANK, Soph. .......,...,... . 615 W. Jefferson Ave., Naperville, Ill. OSTROTH, DONALD, Soph. ................ . 511 N. Monroe St., Bay City, Mich. OVERMEYER, C. SAMUEL, Sr .............. Kewanna, Ind. PAGE, DENNIS, Soph .... Green Lake, Wis. PAHALY, JUNE, Fr ........ R. R. 1, Oswego, Ill. PARKER, CLIFTON, Fr .,... ...... Mt. Carmel, Ill. PARR, JACK, Jr ....................... 7238 N. Bell Ave., Chicago, Ill. PARROTT, VELMA, Soph. ............ . 40 Iroquois, Battle Creek, Mich. PAULI, OHM, Jr. ................... . 1114 Bridge, Humboldt, Kan. PELLING, WILLIAM, Fr. ........... . 804 Willow St., Wheaton, Ill. PERRIN, JEAN, Fr. ...,............ . 446 Marian Ave., Aurora, Ill. PERRINE, SHELDON, Sr .....,....... 307 Oak Ave., Aurora, Ill. PETERS, LAVERNE, Sr .............. 614 S. Illinois St., Streator, Ill. PETERSON, ERLING, Fr ............. Princeton, Wis. PETERSON, SHIRLEY, Soph .,........ 515 Grand Ave., Aurora, Ill. PHILLIPS, ELIZABETH, Sr. ........... . 309 Spring Ave., Naperville, Ill. PILOTTE, EAMES, Fr .................... 405 S. Chicago Ave., Kankakee, Ill. PIPER, BETTY, Sr ......,................ 12 S. Loomis St., Naperville, Ill. PLAUTZ, CARL, Soph ................. 948 North Ave., Aurora, Ill. PLUMER, JEANETTE, Fr ................ 122 N. Julian St., Naperville, Ill. POLMANTEER, VIRGINIA, Jr. ,.....,..... . 193 Courtland St., Rockford, Mich. PONTIOUS, HAZEL, Fr ......................... 3213 Fairmount Blvd., Cleveland, Ohio POOLE, ALBERT, Sr. ...,................... . 628 Frost St., Flint, Mich. PORTER, HARRIET, Fr ................ 113 North Ave., Galesburg, Ill. PRATT, GORDON, Soph. .............. . 526 Crescent Blvd., Glen Ellyn, Ill. PRESTON, JACK, Fr. ......,............. . Ogden and Columbia, Naperville, Ill. PRUSSNER, JOHN, Soph ................... Talang Djawa 18, Palembang, Sumatra, QUANTOCK, ROBERT, Sr. ................ , Oswego, Ill. RAECKER, EVELYN, Jr ..... Manly, Iowa RAEOKER, JEANETTE, Jr ..... Meservey, Iowa RAECKER, LAVON, Sr ..... Manly, Iowa RALL, EDWARD, Sr ..................... 329 S. Brainard St., Naperville, Ill. RAPP, OLIVE, Soph .................. Sublette, Ill. N.E.I. REBSTOOK, MILDRED, Soph ......... 1111 Laurel St., Elkhart, Ind. REEVES, MARION, Sr ..... .......... Elburn, Ill. REIDT, ELIZABETH, Soph ,.............. 28 Wellington St., Waltham, Mass. REIMER, ANITA, Sr. .................. . Goodrich, N. Dak. RICE, MARIAN, Jr ................. 3958 Berkshire, Detroit, Mich. RICHERT, VIRGINIA, Fr ............. Mendota, Ill. RICKEL, MARGERY, Soph ............. 333 E. 2nd St., Perrysburg, Ohio RIDDELL, MARY ELLEN, Jr ........,.... 2716 Hartzell St., Evanston, Ill. RIEBEL, HAROLD, Jr .................... 218 N. Columbia St., Naperville, Ill. RIGONI, VIVIAN, Soph ................... 345 S. Lincoln Ave., Aurora, Ill. RIKLI, GERALDINE, Fr. .........,... . 17 Court Place, Naperville, Ill. RINEBOLT, MARIAN, Soph ..,.....,. R. R. 1, Ludington, Mich. RITZENTHALER, SHIRLEY, Jr. . . . Prairie View, Ill. RODIBAUGH, GEORGE, Fr .............,.. 726 E. Broadway, South Bend, Ind. ROEDERER, ROBERT, Sr. ............... . 625 Riverside Dr., Huntington, Ind. ROESLER, PAUL, Soph ................... Wells, Minn. ROHRS, EDWARD, Sr. ............... . 13 S. Sleight St., Naperville, Ill. ROHRS, JAMES, Fr .................... 13 S. Sleight St., Naperville, Ill. ROHRS, JOHN, Fr ,...................., 13 S. Sleight St., Naperville, 111. ROTA, CHARLES, Sr. .,........,..... . 574 East Main, Somerset, Penn. ROTT, MARGARET, Fr ................ Plainfield, Ill. ROWE, LUCY, SOPH .................. 329 Peffer St., Harrisburg, Penn. RUSSELL, ELLIS, Sr .................. Nora Springs, Iowa RUSSELL, ROSEMARY, Soph .............. 146 N. Sleight St., Naperville, Ill. RUSSELL, SAMUEL, Soph ............,... 146 N. Sleight St., Naperville, Ill. RUTH, GORDON, Soph ................ . Warroad, Minn. ST. ANGELO, GEORGE, Fr .... Huntingburg, Ind. SANDERS, THOMAS, Fr ................ 313 Illinois Ave., St. Charles, Ill. SAVILLE, BARRETT, Sr .................. Mooseheart, Ill. SOAGLIOLA, DANE, Jr. ................. . 161 Edgeland Ave., Rochester, N. Y. SCHALL, HARVEY, Sr ............... I ..,., 2850 N. 23rd St., Milwaukee, WIS. SCHENDEL, LYNDON, Soph ........,..... Bellingham, Minn. SOHLAEER, CHARLES, Fr .............. ,. . 211 W. Main, Menomonee Falls, Wis. SCHMIDT, ROBERT, Soph ................. 142 Golf Rd., Clarendon Hills, Ill. SCHNEIDER, RUTH, Sr .............. ' .... 2569 N. 64th St., Wauwatosa, Wis. SOHOTTENHAMEL, GEORGE, Jr ............ 5521 Dunham Rd., Downers Grove, Ill SOHRIVER, ELDON, Fr ..,................ Steward, Ill. SCHROEDER, CARL, Fr ................, 2716 S. Monroe, Dearborn, Mich. SCHULTZ, CARL, Sr. ................. . Denmark, Wis. SCHULTZ, MARVIN, Soph .......... Green Lake, Wis. SCHULTZ, NAOMI, Jr. ............... . 329 Hamilton St., Caro, Mich. SCHUMACHER, MIRIAM, Sr. ........... . 915 Kensington Place, Aurora, Ill. SCHWEITZER, HARVEY, Fr. .......... . Malta, Ill. SCHWEPPE, HARVEY, Soph .......... Plain, Wis. SCIUTO, JOSEPH, Fr ,.............,.... 188 Gasden St., Lockport, N. Y. SETH, DOROTHY, Soph. ............. . 8137 Grandon Ave., Chicago, Ill. SHAFFER, ILA, Fr ..... ........... . Salix, Penn. SHAFPER, JOHN, Jr ......,. Salix, Penn. 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