North Division High School - Tattler Yearbook (Milwaukee, WI)
- Class of 1943
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In honor of our boys serving in the
armed forces of our country-
NINETEEN FCDRTY - THREE
WILLIAM SEFTON . . . . Business Manager
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" . .. . We shall actively resist wherever
necessary, and with all our resources,
every attempt by Hitler to extend his
Nazi domination .... We shall give
every possihle assistance to all who are
resisting Hitlerism or its equivalent .... b
I say thiscan he doneg it must be doneg
it will he done .... "
-Franklin D. Roosevelt.
F. W. WERNER
TO THE GRADUATES:
' Your graduation concludes forty years of North Division. In September, 1903,
Principal R. E. Krug, six teachers, and a small group of students occupied an abanf
doned fourfroom frame building then located on the ground of the Twelfth Street
School. Four years later a larger group moved into the north section of the present
building to which two additions have resulted in the quadrangular building as it is
now. Mr. Krug early established a high standard of scholastic achievement which
has characterized North Division ever since. .
In my forty years at North Division I have noted a marked change in our student
body. During the early years, mainly those who planned to go to college entered
high school. Now the high school offers all young people training in a variety of
No matter what your achievements may be, happiness is the keynote to success
in life. A well known radio preacher recently quoted an old lady who said, "I'Iappif
ness is the perfume which remains on your hand when you pick a flower for someone
else." How simple and yet how true.
May all of you be truly happy!
FRED W. WERNER.
T0 THE GRADUATES:
You young people today can take satisfaction from the knowledge that your
country will need your services either to win the war we are fighting, or to help in
the work of reconstruction that will follow it. Your education is, of course, a
preparation for whatever work you may be called on to, do. So, now, more than in
time of peace, you should feel under obligation to make the most of your opportuf
nity to prepare yourselvesiby continuing with your schooling as long as you can.
Although you may be too young to take an active part in the warl at present, you
can feel that you, too, are serving if you are constantly growing in knowledge and
in skill. The longer you have been in school and the more conscientiously you have
studied, the more valuable will be your service to your country when it needs you.
L. W. CULVER.
L. W. CULVER
MISS H. CAMPBELL
H ozuebold Arif
MI S S DALY
C 0 m m ercial
MI S S G IVAN
C om m ercial
. MISS GREGG
MRS. NYBERG , ,
C om m ercial
MR. VAN HORN
In U. S. Service, Navy
In U. S. Service, Navy
me CLASSES It
Bottom row: G. Daniels, C. Timm, M. Cohen, Mr. Krenerick, M. Choren, M. Griffin.
' Row 2: J. Clasen, E. Lippow, S. Levin, L. Stein, R. Lerner, E. Goldberg.
Row 3: H. Kravs, I. Roitblatt, B. Milaccio, B. Silbermann, M. Levin, V. johnson.
Row 4: j. Glazcr, A. Krueger, S. Bear, E. Frantl, E. Herbon.
FEBRUARY SENIOR COMMITTEES
PIN AND RING PROM
Betty Milaccio, Chairman Herman Kraus, Chairman
SHHO11 Levin Margaret Choren
Vernon johnson G10 da Daniels
PUBLICITY Emily Goldberg
Ellis Herbon, Chairman Ruth Lerner
Marion Cohen Warren Thurow
Emily Goldberg EXECUTIVE .
Israel Roitblat Marjorie Griffin, Chairman
Lorraine Stein S01 Bear
MIXER Milton Levin
Edward Erantl, Chairman Esther Lippow-
june Clasen L , S ,
Ellis Herbon Orrame tem
Bernice Silberman CLASS ADVISER
Carol Timm H. Clyde Krenerick
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FEBRUARY 2, 1943 - KRUG HALL
PROCESSIONAL ....... ................... .......... T H E GRADUAT ING SENIORS
"The Pilgrim" . . . ...... . . Lake
SELECTIONS ........ . ..................... .... T HE NORTH DIVISION BAND
Concert March, "Emblem of Unity". .. ........ Richards
Overture, "Poet and Peasant" ....... von Suppe
ORIGINAL ESSAY ....................... ESTHER LIPPOW
"The World We Want to Live In"
VOCAL SOLO ........................ JOAN DIBBERT
"Senora" ........... Feist
PIANO SOLO .................. .. . JACOB GLAZER
"Rhapsody in GfMinor". . . . . .Johannes Brahms
ORIGINAL ORATION ...... ELLIS HERBON
"We Are Not Alone"
GIRLS' TRIPLE TRIO
"Ave Maria" ........ Bach Gounod
"Allah's Holiday" ...... . . Friml Riegger
Accompanist on Harp ..................... ......... L o1s Klug
PRESENTATION OE HONORS AND DIPLOMAS ........ PRINCIPAL FRED W WERNER
RECESSIONAL ................................. ......... T HE GRADUATES
4e6fuwuf Glen ,Hanan
Magna Cum Laude
Mary Jane Schalk
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ELAINE AHRENDT. Elective Course. Cadetg Local
Honor Rollg Office Mon.
LILLIAN ATLAS. Elective Course.
SOL R. .BEAR. Science Course. Forensic Teamg
Icieadership Groupg Masquersg Speech Clubg Sr. Exec.
JOHN W. BEHLKE. Elective Course. Art Clubg Mas'
quersg Photo Club.
JOHN SYLVAN BENNINGS, JR. Elective Course.
Football "N"g Local Honor Roll.
JAMES J. BINGENHEIMER. Elective Course. Stu'
dent Coun.g Swimming Team.
CLYDE V. BRANDSTETTER. English Course.
CHARLOTTE CHATHAM. Elective Course. Girls'
Clubg Music Festival.
MARGARET MARY CHOREN. Stenographic Course.
Girls' Club, Cor. Sec'yg Leadership Groupg Local
Honor Rollg North Star Staff, Adv.: Sr. Prom Com.g
JUNE F. CLASEN. Science Course. Biology Clubg
Forum, Sec'yg Leadership Groupg Nat'l Honor Soc.g
N. D. Honor Clubg North Star Staff, Editor-inf
Chiefg Sr. Mixer Com.g Speech Clubg Student Coun.
CAROL CLAUS. Elective Course.' Chemistry Club,
Sec'yg Forensic Teamg Girls' Clubg Leadership Groupg
Speech Clubg Student Coun.g Music Festival.
CHARLOTTE COHEN. Elective Course. Girls' Club.
MARION M. COHEN. Science Course. Girls' Ath.
"N"g Girls' Clubg Leadership Groupg Local Honor
Rollg Sr. Pub. Com.g Writers' Club.
GLORIA ANN DANIELS. English Course. Cadetg
Forensic Teamg Leadership Group: Masquers, Sec'yg
Nat'l Honor Soc.g N. D. Honor Clubg Office Mon.g
Sr. Class Playg Sr. Prom Com.g Music Festival.
JOHN W. DAVIS. Elective Course. Football "N"g
Motion Picture Oper.g Student Coun.g Track UN."
I une, 1943
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ROBERT G. DUNKER. Science Course. North Star .
Staff, Photog Photo Clubg Student Coun.g Tattler,
LOUISE M. DURANTE. Stenographic Course. Girls'
FRANCIS M. ENGBRING. Elective Course.
JAMES H. FOLLMER. Elective Course. Football
'LN"g Track -
ARTHUR L. DERKSEN.
Clubg Football HN."
Science Course. Chess
GOLDIE F. DERZAVITZ. Mathematics Course. Girls'
Clubg Leadership Groupg Local Honor Rollg Nat'l
Honor Soc.g North Star Staffg Music Festivalg Stu-
dent Coun.g XVriters' Club.
KENNETH T. DICK. Science Course
JEROME F. DITSCHEIT. Elective Course.
CARL DOBSON. Elective Course.
ELEANOR RUTH DUDLEY. Stenographic Course.
North Star Staff, Adv.
MARIE GABRIEL. Stenographic Course. Girls' Clubg
JULIUS T. GARBER. Elective Course. Chess Clubg
JACOB GLAZER. Science Course. Band Concertg
Leaders' Groupg The Masquersg Sr. Pub. Com.g
Speech Clubg Music Festival.
MILTON GLICKLICH. Elective Course. Gym Team
"N"g Photo Clubg Swimming Team.
EMILY GOLDBERG. Elective Course. French Club,
Treas.g Girls' Clubg The Masquersg Sr. Class Playg
Sr. Prom Com.g Sr. Pub. Com.g Speech Club.
MARJORIE SUE GRIFFIN. Elective Course. Biology
Club: Chemistry Clubg Girls' Club, Rec. Sec'yg Lead-
ers' Group: The Masquersg Sr. Class Play, Sr. Exec.
Com., Chairmang Speech Clubg Music Festivalg Stu-
BETTY J. HASS. Stenographic Course. Girls' Club:
SHCERIEEY A. HAMACHEK. Elective Course. Girls'
RUTH M. HARRAS. Stenographic Course.
ELLIS R. HERBON. Mathematics Course. Biology
Club, Vice Pres., Pres.g Forensic Teamg Leadership
Groupg Masquers, Vice Pres., Pres.g Mon. in "Ang
Nat'l Hon. Soc.: N. D. Honor Clubg Sr. Class
Play, Sr. Mixer Com.g Sr. Pub. Com., Chairman,
Speech Club, Pres.g Student Coun., Pres.g NVebster
Soc.g Color Guardg Prom Kingg High School Victory
Corps Delegate, Valedictorian.
JOHN G. HESS. Elective Course.
RAYMOND HOFFINS. Commercial Course.
ETSEE PATRICIA HOMA. Elective Course. Girls'
EDXVARD I. JEZEWSKI. Commercial Course.
ROLAND W. KLIPPEL. Stenographic Course. Chess
Club, Sr. Mixer Com.g Tennis Club, Webster Soc.
LOIS B. KLUG. Stenographic Course. Art Club:
Band Concert, Drum Majoretteg Girls Clubg North
Star Staff, Adv.g Sr. Exec. Com., Music Festival.
JACK LEONARD KNUSEL. Commercial Course.
Chess Club, Music Festival.
VERNON JOHNSON. Elective Course. Band Con-
cert, Music Festivalg Sr. Pin and Ring Com.
G. KEUP. Manual Arts Course. Track
JAMES W. KINCAID. Elective Course. Football
SIMON LEVIN. Science Course. Chess Club, Pres.,
Color Guardg Forensic Teamg Leadership Group,
Masquersg Mon. in "Ang Nat'l Honor Soc.: N. D.
Honor Clubg Sr. Class Playg Sr. Pin and Ring Com.g
Speech Club, Treas., Student Coun.g NVebster Soc.g
KATHRYN L. LINDEN. Science Course. Art Club,
Pres., Girls' Ath. "NVQ Girls' Club.
ESTHER LIPPOW. English Course. Forumg Girls'
Clubg Guid. Room Mon.g Leadership Groupg Mas'
quers, Vice Pres.g Nat'l Honor Soc.g N. D. Honor
Clubg Sr. Class Play.
HELEN M. LUKACH. Stenographic Course. Girls'
Clubg Leadership Groupg Masquersg Mon. in "Aug
Nat'l Honor Soc.g N. D. Honor Club.
EDXVARD MALKASIAN. Elective Course. Football
LEEIEIDY, J. MARKGRAF. Elective Course. Football
VIOLET M. KOGLIN. Science Course. Girls' Ath.
"N"g Leadership Group: Masquersg Sr. Class Play,
Music Festivalg Student Coun.
MARY A. KOHLS. Stenographic Course.
RUTH L. KCLLMEYER. Elective Course. Girls
Clubg Music Festival.
WILLIAM T. KOZAK. Elective Course. Band Con'
cert, Masquersg Shakespeare Clubg Music Festival,
Swimming Team UN."
WILLIAM B. KRAATZ. Science Course. Motion
Picture Oper.g Student Coun.
HERMAN KRAUS. Elective Course. Forensic Teamg
Local Honor Rollg Masquersg Mon. in "Aug Nat'l
Honor Soc.g Sr. Class Playg Sr. Prom Com., Chair'
mang Student Coun.
AUGUST A. KRUEGER. Elective Course. Band Conf
cert, Drum Majorg Leadership Groupg Masquers,
Treas. and Pres.g Music Festival, Sr. Class Play,
Sr. Mixer Com.g Speech Club, Pres.g Student Coun.,
Vice Pres. and Pres.g Tattler Annual, Bus. Mgr.,
High School Victory Corps, Delegate.
RUTH LERNER. Stenographic Course. Girls' Clubg
glasqucrsg Music Festival, Sr. Class Playg Sr. Prom
MILTON LEVIN. History Course. Leadership Groupg
Local Honor Rollg Masquersg Mon. in "Ang Nat'l
Honor Soc., Sr. Class Playg Sr. Exec. Com., Speech
FRANK E. MARTINA. Elective Course. Football
"N"g Local Honor Rollg Motion Picture Oper.g
Student Coun.g Track "N"g Music Festival.
JUNE MATTHIESSEN. Stenographic Course. Music
MGVIS L. McCALLUM. Elective Course. Student
HOWARD MCCOY. Elective Course. Track "N"g
JOYCE L. MESSNER. Stenographic Course. Art
Clubg North Star Staff.
DAISY S. MEYER. Elective Course
BETTY J. MILACCIO. Elective Course. Forum,
Pres., Treas.g North Star Stall, Phot. Ed.g Rest
Room Mon.3 Student Coun.g Sr. Pin and Ring Com.
MARCIA RUTH MILLER. Elective Course. Mrlsic
Festivalg Chess Clubg Girls' Club: Masquersg North
Star Staffg Sr. Class Playg Cheerleaderg Student,
Coun.g Tattler Annualg Writers' Club, Treas. 1
GRACE E. MOHNS. Elective Course. Masqucrsg
North Star Staff, Copy Ed.g Rest Room Mon.g Sr.
Class Playg'.Student Coun.
KENNETH R. MUELLER. Elective Course. Shake'
RUSSEL MUELLER. Elective Course. Art Clubg Band
Concertg Football "N"5 Music Festivalg Student .
Coun.g Tattler Annual.
CHARLOTTE O. ONARHEIM. Commercial Course.
Girls' Clubg Leadership Groupg Office Mon.
ERHARD OPITZ. Science Course.
RUTH IRMA PETERSEN. Stenographic Course.
Girls' Clubg Leadership Groupg Local Honor Rollg
Nat'l Honor Soc.
ELEANOR D. PUEHRINGER. Stenographic Course.
PAJRICIA SERVETER. Elective Course. Rest Room
ESTHER SHAPIRO. Stenographic Course. French
glubg Firls' Clubg Masquersg Sr. Class Playg Music
BERNICE SILBERMAN. Science Course. Chemistry
Club: Forumg Leadership Groupg Nat'l Honor Soc.g
N. D. Honor Club: North Star Staffg Sr. Mixer
Com.g Student Coun.g Tattler Annual.
LILLIAN SILBERMAN. Elective Course.
ABE SILVERSTEIN. Science Course. Masquersg
ELAINE SMAHEL. Elective Course. North Star Staff.
JOHN EDGAR SMITH. Science Course. Leadership
Groupg Student Management, Chairmang North Star
Staffg Student Coun., Vice Pres.
ELEANORE E. SORENSON. Stenographic Course
BETTY A, SPINDLER. Science Course. Forum,
Treas.g North Star Staff, Adv. Mgr.
O. GLEN RADDER. Elective Course. Football "N"g
Gym Team "N", Capt.g Swimming Team.
AUDREY RETZLAFF. Elective Course. Girls' Club:
Leadership Groupg Library Mon.g Local Honor Rollg
Nat'1 Honor Soc.g Speech Club.
BERNICE DORIS RIESTERER. Stenographic Course.
Girls' Clubg Leadership Group.
ISRAEL ROITBLAT. Science Course. Sr. Pub. Com.g
Speech Club: Tennis Club "N,"
ESTHER SCHUSTER. Stenographic Course. Mas-
quersg Music Festivalg Writers' C'ub, Pres.
BABETTE M. SCHXVARTING. Science Course. G'rls'
Clubg Leadership Groupg Mon. in "Amp Nat'l Honor
Soc.g N. D. Honor Clubg North Star Staff, Editor'
-infChiefg Student Coun.g NVriters' Club.
LORRAINE S. STEIN. Science Course. Girls' Clubg
Guid. Room Mon.g Leadership Groupg Masquersg
Nat'l Honor Soc.g Sr. Exec. Com.g Sr. Pub. Com.-
Speech Clubg Local Honor Roll.
BERNICE STEINBERGGER. Stenographic Course
Girls' Club. '
MARIE M. STOCKS. Elective Course.
HAROLD E. STROERZER. Elective Course. Shake' '
spears: Club, Sgt.-at'Arms.
XVALLACE F. STRUCK. Elective Course. Band Con-
certg Masquersg Motion Picture Oper.g -Sr. Class
Playg Music Festivalg Stage Crew.
JEWEL THIELE. Elective Course. Band Concertg
WARREN C. THUROW. Science Course. Bahd Conf
certg Biology Clubg Chemistry Clubg .Masquersg Photo
EClubg lSr. Class Playg Sr. Prom Com.g Music
CAROL J. TIMM. Elective Course. Band Concert,
Drum Majoretteg Girls' Clubg Sr. Mixer Com.g
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DELBERT C. TREICHLER. Elective Course. Football
"N"g North Star Staff.
EUNICE TURNER. Commercial Course. Girls' Clubg
SYLVIA ZABLE. History Course. French Clubg
Girls' Clubg Masqucrsg Sr. Class Play.
HELEN P. ZASTROW. Elective Course. Forumg
Girls' Clulag Leadership Groupg Local Honor Rollg
North Star Staff.
JOHN ZETTINIG. Science Course. Chess
ROBERT H. ZIMMERMANN. Elective Course. Foot'
ball "N"g Music Festival.
ROBERT F. ZINSMEISTER. Elective Course. Art
Clubg Tattler Annual.
NORMA E. KULAKOXVSKY. Elective Course. Girls'
Cluh: Speech Club.
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LEOPOLD C. BEBER. Commercial Course.
BLIESNER. Science Course. Football
RIiQII'H L. BRAUN. Stenographic Course. Guid. Room
PHYLIS L. BUECHS. Stenographic Course. Art Clubg
Local Honor Rollg Nat'1 Honor Soc.g Writers' Club.
MELVIN J. COHEN. English Course.
CHARLES J. DAVID. Elective Course.
OLLY W. DENTON. Elective Course.
JOAN F. DIBBERT. Elective Course. Art Clubg
Girls' Clubg Music Festival.
LORRAINE H. EHLERS. Elective Course.
EDWARD XV. FRANTL. English Course. Basketball
"N"g Leadership Groupg Local Honor Rollg Sr.
Mixer Com., Chairmang Student Coun.g Tennis Club.
NANCY GONTAR. Stenographic Course. Girls' Cfubg
Rest Room Mon.
RUTH LENORE GRAEBERT. Stenographic Course.
Girls' Clubg Guid. Room Mon.g Rest Room Mon.g
GEORGETTE D. GROSS. Elective Course. Girls'
Clubg Leadership Groupg Student Coun.
MURIEL M. IRMISCHER. Stenographic Course.
Band Concertg Music Festival.
LOUISE I. JAEGER. Stenographic Course. Girls
Clubg Music Festival.
ADOLPH H. KAEHNE. History Course.
ESTHER MAKUS. Elective Course. Art Clubg Band
PEARL L. MIGHELS. Elective Course.
ROBERT MOLKENTHEN. Science Course. Football
"N"g Masquersg Motion Picture Oper.g Speech Clubg
Swimming Team "N,"
PETER J. OWSLEY. Elective Course.
BERTHA V. PAULY. Stenographic Course.
VIRGINIA L. RADSECK. Stenographic Course. Lead'
crship Groupg Music Festival.
ESTHER H. RHADANS. Elective Course.
MARY JANE SCHALK. Elective Course. German
Clubg Girls' Clubg Local Honor Rollg Nat'1 Honor
Soc.g Student Coun.
HANS G. SPORBECK. Elective Course. Music
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JUNE 17, 1943 - KRUG HALL
PROCESSIONAL .............. .... T HE CRADUATING SENIORS
"Pomp and Circumstancen. ................... Elgar
At the Piano ........... .... L onise Kalweit
GIRLS' TRIPLE TRIO
"Flower of Dreams" .......... ..... J oseph Clokey
g'Rackety Coo" from "Katinka" . ..... FrimlfBeuford
Accompanist ............... .... L ila Wolfgrain
BARITONE SOLO .......................................... .... A LLEN WERK
Fantasia 'for Baritone, "Rocked in the Cradle of the Deep" ........... Rollinson
Accompanist ...... ....... ..... I .................. .... L i l a Wolfgram
ADDRESS . . . ..... REVEREND ROLLAND SCHLOERB
VOCAL SOLO . . . ....... .... J UNE SHIELMAN
"Italian Street Song". .. .... Victor Herbert .
Aecompanist ........ - ..... Thelma Safer
CORNET DUET .............................. ..... E ARL KLEIN, WILEORD NEHMER
Valse Caprice for Two Cornets, "Helen" .... ...................... S mith
Accompanist ............ . ....... .... L ila Wolfgram
PRESENTATION OE HONORS AND DIPLOMAS ........ PRINCIPAL FRED W. WERNER
RECESSIONAL .... ..... T HE GRADUATES
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Bottom row: F. Feclcrman, A. Starr, Mr. Krenerick, R. Wcndorf, B. Karp.
Row 2: L. McGovern, V. Gerkcn, D. Kremnitzer, V. Reifsnyder, E. Schumacher, G. Lerner.
Row 3: R. Stcpp, D. Calligaro, R. Schulkin, E. Numrich, F. Aschenbrenner.
Row 4: E. Stuckert, R. XVenclorf, S. Nelson, J. Capello, W. Boedecker, A. Forster.
JUN E SENIOR I COMMITTEES
Lee McGovern, Chairman Adolph F01-Star, Chairman
Haffy Irvine Douglas Calligaro
lane PHTYS Fern Federman
PUBLICITY Robert Stepp
Joseph Capello, Chairman Riehafd Wendorf
William Hester V
Betty Karp -
Dolores Kremnitzer EXECUTIVE
George Lerner Frank Aschenbrenner, Chairman
Richard Shulkin Virginia Gal-ken
MIXER Ella Schumacher
Earl Numrich, Chairman Ann Staff
Williain Boedecker Earl Sfuckert
Ruth Wendorf H. Clyde Krenerick
CLASS ADVI SER
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une elafid. Jfanafui
Magna Cum Laude
Jane Gerschke ,
LUCILLE AKEY. Elective Course. Masquersg North
Star Staff, Ass't. Mg. Ed.g Rest Room Mon.g XVritf
ers' Clubg Charm Club, Pres.
FRANK X. ASCHENBRENNER. E
Football "N"g Sr. Exec. Comm., Chairmang Student
Coun,g Track MN."
PHILLIP H. ASKOTZKY. Science Course. Chemistry
Clubg Leadership Groupg Shakespeare Club. .
ROBERT BANNECK. Elective Course. Spring Conf
certg Stage Crew.
BEVERLY BARCLAY. Elective Course.
BERNICE M. BARRETT. Latin Course.
ir if Mile
MARIE LOUISE BEBEAU. Elective Course. Shake
THOMAS BECKLEY. Elective Course.
EILEEN BEINING. Elective Course. Girls' Club.
quersg Shakespeare Clubg Spring Concert.
Spring Concertg Tennis Club, Capt.
DOROTHY JUNE BLAHA. Stenographic Course.
Girls' Clubg Guid. Room Mon.g North Star Staff'
Off. Mon.g Photo Clubg Webster Soc.
JOSEPH R. BOBO. Science Course.
DELORES E. BOEDECKER. Elective Course.
WILLIAM E. BOEDECKER. Elective Course. Sr.
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HELEN BERGEIM. Elective Course. Band Concert:
Biology Clubg Chemistry Clubg Girls' Clubg Mas-
JOHN W. BEYER. Elective Course. Basketball UNH'
DOUGLAS M. CALLIGARO. Science Course, Sr.
JEANNE CARMICHAEL. Elective Course. Girls'
Clubg Tattler Annual, Photo Editorg W'riters' Clubg
Service Corres. Club, VicefPres.
JOE CAPELLO. Elective Course. Forensic Teamg
Forumg Masquers, Prcs.g Sr. Class Playg Sr. Mixer
Comm.g Sr. Pub. Comm., Chairmang Shakespeare
Clubg Speech Club.
EVELYN CERLETTY. Stenographic Course. Girls'
Clubg Guid. Mon.g Lib. Mon.: Local Honor Rollg
Student Coun.g Webster Soc.g Typist, Ath. Dept.g
N:-1t'l Hon. Soc.g Mon. in HA."
GEORGE T. CHRISTIE. Science Course. Chemistry
Club, Sgt.fatfArms: Leadership Groupg Mon. "Ang
Shakespeare Club, Sgt.-at'Arms.
XVALLACE CONELL. Elective Course. U. S. Army.
MARIORIE L. COOPER. Stenographic Course. Girls'
Clubg Guid. Mon.g Leadership Groupg Lib. Mon.g
Local Honor Rollg Mon. "Ang, Student Coun.g Nat'l
YOLANDA C. DEMICHEI. Stenographic Course.
RCEEIIYIARY DEWSENBERRY. Elective Course. Girls'
VIRGINIA M. BOHREN. Stenographic Course. Off.
IvIon.g Spring Concertg Local Honor Roll.
DONALD L. BRAUN. Elective Course.
ELAINE BREITWISH. Stenographic Course. Girls'
Clubg Leadership Groupg Masquers.
MARGARET E. BRUECKNER. Stenographfc Course.
Cadetg Girls' Clubg Guid. Room Mon.g Local Honor
REBECCA BURSTEIN. English Course. Chemistry
Clubg Girls' Clubg Leadership Group: Masquersg
Shakespeare Club, Sec'yg Speech Clubg Local Honor
HAROLD J. BRUNNER. Elective Course.
FREDERICK G. DOCTER. Elective Course. Shake'
MADELEINE DOERFLINGER. Stenographic Course.
Girls' Club, VicefPres.g Leadership Groupg Spring
Coneertg Triple Trio.
MILDRED DOMRES. Elective Course. Girls' Club'
ALLAN DRIER. Elective Course. Gym Team "N.'
EUNICE DWOSKIN. English Course. Girls' Clubg
Leadership Groupg Local Honor Rollg Masquers,
Scribeg Off. Mon.g Sr. Class Playg Speech Clubg
Student Coun.g Tattler Annual, Ass't. Ed.g Student
NVIIEIVLA R. EAKIN. Stenographic Course. Girls'
, C u .
MARION B. EBERHARDT. Stenographic Course.
Girls' Clubg Shakespeare Clubg Spring Concertg
MARCILE EHRICH. English Course. Girls' Ath.
"N"g Girls' Club, Treas.g Leadership Groupg Local
Honor Rollg Speech Club.
JACK EHRMANN. Elective Course. Chemistry Clubg
Gym Team "N"g Motion Picture Oper.g Swimming
JANET EICHENBAUM. Science Course. Biology
Club, Vice'Pres.g Chemistry Clubg Forensic Teamg
Girls' Clubg Speech Clubg Student Coun.
SYLVIA E. EICHMAN. Elective Course. G'rls' Club.
JACK A. ENGEL. Elective Course
DOROTHY M. ENGELS. Stneographic Course. Girls'
Clubg Masquersg North Star Staff.
HENRY A. EURICH. Science Course. German Club:
ZELDA FARBER. Elective Course. Masquersg Shake'
speare Clubg Spring Concert.
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DELORES M. FUEGER. Elective Course. Girls' Clubq
MARIAN L. FUELSTER. Stenographic Course. Girls'
Club, Rec. Sec'yg Spring Concert.
SHIRLEY FUELSTER. Stenographic Course. Girls'
Clubg Leadership Groupg Local Honor Rollg North
Starb Staflgi Spring Concert, Triple Triog XVriters'
PETER M. GAD. Science Course. Gym Team "N"g
Masquersg Sr. Class Playg Shakespeare Club, Pres.g
SHIRLEY FAY GEORGE. Elective Course. Photo
glub, Sec'yg Speech Clubg Spring Concertg Student
VIRGINIA L. GERKEN. Stenographic Course. Girls'
Clubg Guid. Room Mon.g Leadership Group, Mas'
quers, VicefPres., North Star Stallg Off. Mon.g
Sr. Class Playg Sr. Exec. Comm., Spring Concert,
Tattler Annual, XVriters' Club, Sec'y, VicefPres.
FERN E. FEDERMAN. English Course. Girls' Club,
Pres.g Guid. Room Mon., Leadership Group, Local
Honor Roll, Masquersg Mon. "Ang Sr. Class Playg
Sr. Prom Comm.g Speech Club, Student Coun.g Stuf
dent Cooperation, Nat'l Hon. Soc.
SHIRLEY FISHBEIN. English Course. Chemistry
Clubg Girls' Club.
EARL L. FISHER. Elective Course
ADOPH L. FORSTER. Science Course. Chemistry
Club, Vice Pres., Leadership Groupg Mon. 'iA"g
Motion Picture Aper.g N. D. Hon. Clubg Sr. Prom
Comm., Chairman, Swimming Team "N," Capt.g
Nat'l Hon. Soc.
JOHN BOB FRANCETIC. Science Course
EUGENE B. FRANK. Science Course. Shakespeare
Club, XVebster Soc.
ETHEL L. FREIBURGER. Elective Course. Girls'
Clubg Rest Room Mon.g Speech Club, Spring Conf
cert, Triple Trio.
DORIS B. FREUND. Elective Course.
XVARREN D. FRIEBERG. Science Course. Band
Concertg Chemistry Clubg Leadership Groupg Spring
JANE GERSCHKE. Elective Course. Girls' Clubg '
Leadership Groupg Mon. "Avg N. D. Honor Clubg
Off. Mon.g Nat'l Hon. Soc.
EDCXYQRD M. GIBBS. Elective Course. Chemistry
DONALD T. GLAESNER. Latin Course. Band Conf
certg Tattler Annual. Local Honor Roll.
DOROTHY K. GOELZ. Stenographic Course.
ESTHER J. GOLDBERG. Stenographic Course. Local
NATHAN GOLLMAN. Science Course. Shakespeare
Club, Sgt.fatfArmsg Speech Club. 1
CLARICE GOODSTEIN. Elective Course. Biol. Club,
Sec'yg Student Coun.
WILBUR H. W. GRAACK. Elective Course. Football
"N"g Spring Concertg Track "N,"
IRVIN GREENBERG. Elective Course. Basketball
SYLVIA GREENBERG. English Course. Biol. Clubg
Chemistry Clubg Girls' Clubg Speech Club.
MARVIN GRIER. Elective Course. Gym Team "N"g
Spgng Concertg Swimming Team, Capt.g Cheer'
GERALD F. GRIMM. Elective Course. Band Con-
ccrtg Chess Club.
RUTH GRUENINGER. Stenographic Course.
FRANCES B. HAFEMAN. Elective Course. Band
Concertg Spring Concert. X
JUNE H. HAGENKORD. Science Course. Girls'
Clubg Leadership Group.
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RICHARD G. HOLTZ. Elective Course.
MURIEL E. ILLIAN. Stenographic Course. Girls'
Clubg Spring Concert.
XVALTER E. IMMEKUS. Science Course. North Star
Staffg Photo Clubg Shakespeare Club.
HARRY B. IRVINE. Science Course. Chemistry Clubg
Local Honor Rollg Masquers, Pres.g Mon. "A"g
Motion Picture Oper., Chief Oper.g Science Club,
Pres.g Student Coun.g Tattler Annual, Ed.finfChiefg
XVebster Soc., Pres.
DOROTHY J. JOHNSON. Elective Course.
MARY JUNE KADLEC. Elective Course. Girls' Clubg
Speech Clubg Spring Concert.
RUTH J. KAISER. Elective Course. Girls' Clubg
SHIRLEY C. KAMRATH. Stenographic Course.
Cadetg Girls' Clubg Guid. Room Mon.g Local Honor
Rollg Nat'l Hon. Soc.
RUTH N. KARBASH. Elective Course. Girls' Club.
PAUL HAGENSICK. Science Course. Forum, Treas.g
North Star Staffg Student Coun.
DOLORES J. HAMANN. Elective Course. Spring
XVILLIAM A. HESTER. Science Course. Chemistry
Clubg Gym Team "N"g Mon. "Ang Sr. Pub.
Comm.g Speech Club, Vice-Pres.g Student Coun.
SYLVIA H. HEUER. Stenographic Course.
DORIS HIKEN. Elective Course. Girls' Club.
TOM HODGES. Science Course. Forensic Teamg
Leadership Groupg Local Honor Rollg Masquers, Sgt.-
atfArmsg Swimming Teamg Tennis Club UN."
ELIZABETH KARP. Elective Course. Sr. Pub. Comm.
RITA LEAH KESSELMAN. Science Course. Chem-
gtry Clubg Forumg Girls' Club, Off. Mon., Webster
MILDRED K. KEZELI. Elective Course
BETTY JANE A. KIEY. Stenographic Course. Lead'
ership Groupg Local Honor Rollg Spring Concertg
ELIZABETH KILYVINGER. Commercial Course.
MILDA KLAXVITTER. Elective Course. Band Con-
cert, Drum Majoretteg Spring Concert.
EARL E. KLEIN. Science Course. Band Concertg
Chemistry Club, Pres., Leadership Groupg Sr. Exec.
Comm.g Spring Concertg Student Coun.
M. ELAINE KLEIST. Science Course. Chemistry
Club, Girls' Clubg Leadership Group.
ANITA H. KNOPP. Elective Course. Chemistry
Club, Girls' Club, Spring Concert, Student Coun.g
XVebster Soc.: Service Corres. Club, Pres.
VIVIAN M. KOHL. Elective Course. Girls' Club,
Prezg Local Honor Rollg Rest Room Mon.g Speec
RUTH KORIATH. Elective Course.
DOLORES L. KREMNITZER. Elective Course. Girls'
Club, Ivlasquers, Scribeg Sr. Class Playg Sr. Pub.
Comm.: Student Coun., Sec'yg Webster Soc., Scc'y.
HARRIET S. LASNOVER. Elective Course. Bol.
SHIRLEY LEBERMAN. Elective Course. Speech C'ub4
GEORGE E. LERNER. Science Course. Biol. Club,
Treas.: Chess Club, Treas.g Forum, Sgt.-atfArmsg
Leadership Groupg Masquersg N. D. Hon. Club: Sr.
Class Playg Sr. Pub. Comm.g Shakespeare Club,
Treas., VicefPres.g Speech Club, Pres.g Valedictoriang
Nat'l Hon. Soc.
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LEE MCGOVERN. Science Course. Gym Team
Capt.g Iviotion Picture Oper.g Shakespeare Clubg
DOROTHY MEISTER. Eectivc Course. Nlafquersg
North Star Staff, Copy ECl.g Photo Clltbg Speech
Club, Student Cooperation.
RUTH MIROCHNIK. Stenogrnphic Course. Cade-3
Forum, Sef'y. Vice Pres.g Leadership Groung N D.
Honor Club' Masqucrs: Ivlon. "AU: Nat'l Hon. S wc.g
Orchestra Librar'ang Shakespeare C'uhg Spring Crnf
certg Typist. Tattlcr.
MILDRED L. MOLL. Stenographic Course. Girls'
ERIC C. MUELLER. Science Courfe
LESTER G. MUELLER Elective Cours'
JEAN S. LIBOXV. Elective Course. Chess Club,
Treas.g Girls' Clubg Leadership Groupg Shakespeare
Clubg Student Coun.
EDXVIN LIEDTKE. Elective Course.
FRED H. LIESONG. Manual Arts Course. Biol.
Clubg Chemistry Clubg Masquersg Sr. Class Playg
Spring Concertg Stage Crew.
SHIRLEY LIESCHULTZ. Stenographic Course. Girls'
Clubg Spring Concertg Student Coun.
CHARLOTTE A. LUBOXV. Science Course. Biol.
Clubq Girls' Clubg Leadership Groupg Masquers.
LOIS A. LUHN. Elective Course.
LEILA L. MADSEN. Elective Course. Girls' Club.
MARIAN MAY. Elective Course. Local Honor Roll.
LEONA M. MAYVILLE. Elective Course. Local
SEYMOUR NELSON. Science Course. Band Concert,
Sgt.g Biol. Club, Sgtnat-Armsg Chemistry Clubg
Leadership Groupg Sr. Mixer Comm.g Shakespeare
Club, Treas.g Spring Concert.
MILTON CHARLES NEMEC. Elective Course.
ANN NEWBY. Elective Course. Band Concertg Chem-
istry Clubg Girls' Clubg Leadership Groupg Spring
BEEDIIE F. NEXVELL. Elective Course. Chemistry
HELEN M. NISSEN. Elective Course. Girls' Ath.
"N"g Spring Concert.
EARL H. NUMRICH. Science Course. Chemistry
Club, Trcas.g Leadership Groupg Local Honor Rollg
Mon. "A"g Sr. Mixer Comm., Chairmang Shake-
speare Clubg Student Coun., Pres.g Swimming Teamg
Track "N"g Student Cooperation.
JANE C. PARYS. Stenographic Course. Girls' Clubg'
Masquersg Rest Room Mon.g Student Cooperationg
Student Coun.g Sr. Ring Comm.g Typist, Ath. Dept.
R. KENNETH PATZLAFF. Science Course.
VIRGINIA PEABODY. Elective Course. Girls' Clubg
JUNE D. PECK. Science Course. Girls' Club.
MARY ANN PECKELS. Stcnographic Course
EILEEN A. PERLSON. Stenographic Course. Local
HATTIE B. PETTERMAN. Stenographic Course.
FLORENCE LUCILLE PHIFFER. Stenographic Course.
Cadetg Girls' Clubg Mon. "A"g N. D. Hon. Clubg
Off. Mon.g Nat'1 Hon. Soc.
JOYCE M. POPUCH. Science Course. Biol. Club,
Pres.g Girls' Club.
VIRGINIA REIFSNYDER. Elective Course. Gil-15'
Cluhg Rest Room IvIon.g Sr. Mixer Comm.g Speech
Clubg Student Cooperation.
'CHARLOTTE ELAINE RICE. Elective Course
Chemistry Cluhg Girls' Cluh.
JEANKANN RICHARDS. Stenographic Course. Local
HERBERT E. RICHTER. Elective Course. Ivfasquers,
Treas.g North Star Staff, Photo.g Photo Clubg Sr.
Class Playg Sr. Prom Comm.g Student Coun.g Tat'
tler Annual, Photographerg XVriters' Cluh.
PEARL R. RICKMANN. Elective Course. Girls'
Ath. "N"g Girls' Cluh.
ROBERT R. RISTOW. Elective Course. Forum
ERTRUDE ROSEN. Elective Course.
ARSHALL ROHLAND. Science Course. Chess
Club, Pres., Vice-Pres.g Forum.
VILLIAM ROOTS. Elective Course
ANCIEIELO PORCHETTA. Elective Course. Basketball
RICHARD A. POTRATZ. Elective Course.
LILLIAN PRESS. Elective Course. Masquersg North
Star Staff, Ed. of Stardustg Sr. Class Playg Spring
Concertg Student Couri.
MABEL PROEFROCK. Stcnographic Course. Girls
Clubg Leadership Groupg Local Honor Rollg Mas-
quersg Mon. "Avg OH. Mon.g Rest Room Mon.g
BERNICE RADTKE. Elective Course. Girls' Ath.
"N"g Girls' Clubg Spring Concert.
SUSAN RANT. Stenographie Course. Girls' Clubg
Leadership Groupg N. D. Honor Clubg Masquersg
Off. Mon.g Student Coun.
RUTH WEIN'ER. Elective Course. Girls' Club.
JUNE H. SAGER. Elective Course. Art Clubg Girls'
Ath. "N"g Girls' Club.
ANNE E. SAWYER. Elective Course. Spring Concert.
PAULINE SCHAUBACH. Stenographic Course. Girls'
Clubg Leadership Groupg Masquersg Mon. "Ang
N. D. Hon. Clubg Off. Mon.g Sr. Class Playg Nat'l
EDITH H. SCHAWRAN. Commercial Course. Biol.
Clubg German Clubg Girls' Club.
ROBERT F. SCHERSCHEL. Elective Course. Stu'
PEARL CAROL SCHEUNEMANN. Elective Course.
MARION JEANETTE SCHILLING. Stenographic
GLENN E. SCHLEIFER. Science Course. Gym Team
"N"g Capt. "A" Team.
CLARA SCHNICK. Elective Course.
ROBERT SCHOEWE. Elective Course. Motion Pic,
EVELYN SCHULTZ. Elective Course. Chemistry
Clubg Shakespeare Club.
PEARL R. SCHULTZ. Stenographic Course.
HORST C. SCHULZE. Manual Arts Course. Mas
quersg Sr. Class Playg Spring Concertg Stage Crewe
ELLA H. SCHUMACHER. English Course.. Girls
Clubg Leadership Groupg Sr. Exec. Comm.g Shake
speare Club, Pres., Sec'yg Speech Club, Sec'y
Spring Concertg Student Coun., Sec'y.
AUDREY M. STAMM. Stenographic Course. Girls'
Clubg Mon. "Ang N. D. Hon. Clubg OH. Mon.g
Spring Concertg Nat'l Hon. Soc.
ANN RAE STARR. Science Course. Forensic Teamg
Forum, Sec'yg Leadership Groupg Local Honor Roll,
Masqucrsg Off. Mon,g Sr. Class Playg Sr. Exec.
Comm.g Student Coun.g Tattler Annualg Student
Cooperationg Nat'l Hon. Soc.
CONSTANCE A. STEPHEN. Stenographic Course.
Local Honor Roll.
KURT STEPHAN. Science Course. Chemistry Clubg
ROBERT L. STEPP. Science Course. Leadership
Groupg Local Honor Rollg Masquersg Mon. "Ang
Motion Picture Oper.g North Star Staff, Bus. Mgr.:
Sr. Prom Comm.g Speech Clubg Student Coun.,
Treas.g Student Cooperation.
ELSIE STOKES. Elective Course.
GLENN SCHWANBERG. Elective Course. Basket'
ball "N"g Student Control, Chairmang Spring Con'
certg Student Coun.
BETTY MAY SCHWARTZ. Science Course. Chem'
istry Club, Sec'yg Girls' Clubg Leadership Groupg
Mon. "Ang N. D. Hon. Clubg OH. Mon.g Student
Coun.g Salutatoriang Nat'l Hon. Soc.
WILLIAM A. SEFTON. Science Course. Leadership
groupid Motion Picture Oper.g Tattler Annual,
RICHARD YALE SHULKIN. English Course. Biol.
Club, Pres.g Forensic Teamg Sr. Pub. Comm.g Speech
DOROTHY L. SIMPELAAR. Elective Course. Local
ALBERT A. SLUTSKY. Elective Course. Leadership
gfospg Local Honor Rollg Masquersg Shakespeare
u . i
NATHAN SONIN. Mathematics Course. Chemistry
Clubg Masquersg Mon. "Ang Sr. Class Play. p
DORIS SPITZ. Elective Course. Girls' Club.
SARAH STADLAN. Elective Course.
EARL F. STUCKERT. Science Course. Chemistry
Clubg Local Honor Rollg North Star Staffg Sr. Exec.
Comm.g Shakespeare Clubg Science Club, Vice-Pres.
DCERGJTHY L. TESSENDORF. Elective Course. Girls'
DON A. TRAPMAN. Elective Course. Chess Club.
AUDREY TREBUS. Science Course. Girls' Club,
Treas.g Student Coun.
SHIRLEY M. TREICHEI... Elective Course. Rest
WILLIAM C. TREUDEN. Elective Course. Band
Concert, Staff Sgt.g Chemistry Clubg Spring Concert.
CORRINE E. VAN PEMBROCK. Elective Course.
LIBERT M. VASARELLA. Elective Course. Foot'
VIRGINIA D. VERDUIN. Elective Course. Girls'
Clubg Library Mon.
ALFRED P. WASLESKE. Maniial Arts Course. Mas
quersg Sr. Class Playg Speech Clubg Spring Concert
Stage Crew, Asst. Mgr.
ELMER F. WEISS. Elective Course. Swimming Team
HILBERT M. ZIMPELMAN. Elective Course. Leader
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JOE CORRAO. Elective Course. U. S. Army.
JAMES ROTH. Elective Course. U. S. Army. '
ROSE WEISS. Elective Course. Charm Club.
RICHARD A. WENDORF. Elective Course. Cadet:
Leadership Groupg Mon. "Ang Off. Mon.g Sr. Prom
Comm.: Student Coun.g Victory Coun.g Tennis Club:
Local Honor Roll.
RUTH J. YVENDORF. History Course, Chemistry
Clubg Girls' Club, Corres. Sec'yg Sr. Mixer Comm.g
ancient Coun.g Webster Soc.g Service Men's Corres.
1 U T.
LEROY WENGER. Elective Course. Masquersg Sr.
Class Playg Spring Concert.
ALLEN ELMER WERK. Elective Course. Band Con'
ccrt, Prin. MllS.Q Mon. "A,"
ARMIN R. WIETZKE. Elective Course. Masqiiersg
Sr. Class Play.
ROSE C. ZAUNER. Science Course. Biol. Clubg
Chemistry Clubg Girls' Ath. "N"g Spring Concert.
ADOLF G. ZEISLER. Science Course. Chemistry
Clubg Photo Club.
CATHERINE M. ZENISEK. Commercial Course.
Leadership Groupg Local Honor Roll.
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NAOMI A. AHLMANN. Science Course. Chess
Clubg Girls' Clubg Leadership Groupg Local Honor
lgcollg Rest Room Mon.g XVebster Soc.g Nat'l Hon.
CARL F. BEYER. Elective Course. Spring Concert.
HAROLD ERUNNER. Science Course
WAIIZILACE E. COGER. Elective Course. Football m
FRANCES E. DUROVSKY. Elective Course. Girls'
Clubg North Star Staff.
GILBERT G. HAFEMANN. Elective Course. Shake'
FRANK R. HEBAR. Elective Course.
RUTH HENSCHEL. Elective Course. Girls' Club.
W Q Na! wt
ARTHUR HENRY BLOSS. Elective Course.
JOSEPH S. FOGEC. Stenographic Course. Local Honor Rollg
Mon. "Ang Student Coun.
MARY JEAN HAMILTON. Elective Course.
ARTHUR J. HAYBECK. Elective Course.
GEORGIAN KOENITZER. English Course. Band Concertg Chem'
istry Clubg Girls' Club. ,
RAY NV. MORRIS. History Course. Chemistry Clubg Local Honor
HENRY ROESELER. Elective Course.
SAM SADOFF. Elective Course. Biol. Club.
KARL THEODORE YELLICK. Elective Course.
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LORRAINE M. MUTH. Elective Course. Band Conf
certg Girls' Clubg Spring Concert.
WILFORD L. NEHMER. Elective Course. Band
Concert, Staff Sgt.g Masquersg Spring Concert.
IRENE I. RADLOFF. Elective Course.
ARLENE STONE. Elective Course. Girls' Club.
WILLIAM G. STUMPF. Elective Course. Band Conf
certg Masquersg Spring Concert.
MARION A. TANEL. Elective Course.
DONALD M. HASS. Commercial Course.
RICSAQRD W. LISKA. Elective Course. Football
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HAROLD E. DAHLINGER. Elective Course.
DOROTHY FREEMAN. Elective Course.
ESTHER FREEMAN. Elective Course
FRED MUNDT. Elective Course.
JUNE SHIELMAN. Elective Course. Leadership Groupg
Eocal Honor Rollg Masquers, Sec'yg Sr. Class Playg Spring
IRV WICHMAN. Elective Course. Basketball "N"g Stu-
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Bottom row: C. Wietzke, M. Wray, S.
Fuelstcr, Mr. Holmes, A. Frank, S.
Bubolz, B. Steinegger.
Row 2: R. Ceaser, N. Burns, M.
Junior, L. Herzberq, G. Ricwe, B.
Schlotz, A. Martinsi
Row 3: A. Wcrgin, B. Gies, V. Pcffinsc
M. Fitzgerald, B. Nowicki, B.bNin:
stil, D. Meister.
Row 4: H. Tuchman, J. Chernin, M.
Bines R. Krasn
, 0, R. Krugman, A.
Sinitzky, L. Wittig, Jr.
Bottcm row: B. Raskin, D. Goldwasser,
E. Roethke, VV. Cooley. H. Spiechcr.
Row 2: B. Schneider, S. Becker, J.
Lueck, S. Appelbaum, R. Ruh, H.
Row 3: L. Rohatsch, M. Reitman, B
Webb, E. Sieger, H. Depratt, D
Row 4: G. XVasluk, M. Sernovitz, J.
Feldcr, R. Dix, R. Hcnnc, E. Hille.
Bottom row: D. Jackson, E. XVilliams,
R. Brandel, E. Volkert, M. Kula'
kowsky, M. Milbrath.
Row 2: M. Silbar, E. Algrin, M
Prince, F. Abelson, B. Tushinsky
J. French, M. Wieczorek.
Row 3 : C. Rosen, S. Perlson, M
Schalk, H. Medved, L. Pogrob, J
Row 4: G. Deering, D. Bender, V.
Jackson, F. McCrary, R. Rottcr, T.
Blumberg, J. Mcndclsohn.
Bottom row: R. Kilopcich, M. Kahny,
Miss Smail, C. Traub, XV. Schroeder.
Row 2: G. Lueth, M. Ellis, M. XVenf
del, D. Neumann, L. Scheidt, R.
Row 3: C. Sturm, J. Schauer, L. XVasc-
dalelc, B. Middleton, N. Grosman,
E. Post, A. YVagner.
Row 4: M. Walters, J. Montabon, R.
XVerner, T. Makler, H. Banneck, L.
Bottom row: H. Juech, J. Ebner, D.
Voigt, Miss Preuss, R. Benner, D.
Row 2: D. Werle, A. John, E. Mall'
witz, R. Harp, W. Hackbarth, H.
Row 3: P. White, D. Redclemann, B.
Gabsich, I. Brenner, R. Mecus, G.
Karp, F. Eggleston.
Row 4: C. Mielke, D. Reiter, B. Pen'
terman, J. Runge, Ruth Mecus, R.
Johnson, D. Wehe.
Bottom row: E. Rossow, G. Schwenk
Miss Goelzer, G. Engel, R. Kuchen:
becker, J. Beyer.
Row 2: G. Baars, J. Schwantes, L
Parteka, E. Lukach, N. Dembeck
B. Haase, D. Rifller. '
Row 3: B. Neuber, C. Schultz, L. John
son, R. Cassens, R. Noennig, S
Bruss, M. Askotzky.
Row 4: J. Ristow, C. Marotske, P
Kuritz, R. Traas, D. Haase, B
Wickert, M. La Pidus.
Bottom row: M. Christenson, G. Evcnf
son, E. Dealc, Miss Sherman, B
Roitblat, M. Chovanec, J. Bcrgemann
Row 2: M. Jacob, A. Theodor, R
Rickun, S. Hirschberg, B. Turner, J
Grams, R. XVickman.
Row 3: S. Rice, E. Fingcrman, M
Toglicht, E. Goldman, A. Ivlatosian
B. Schmidt, E. Byrd, A. Rifzis.
Row 4: I. Bremer, J. Knobbe, B. Hrica
H. Weger, NV. Boenig, M. Schmidt
R. Bookstaff, G. Ballsiepcr.
Bottom row: C. Ristock, L. Aschcn-
bach, L. Nicola, Miss Raetzmann,
B. Kampcn, S. Gahr. .
Row 2: L. Rahn, J. Meyer, A. Key,
R. Rahn, N. Giuliani, D. XVolff,
Row 3: D. Patterson, R. Baumann, M
Buechner, S. Comdohr, L. Otto, E
Rahn, B. Hammond, B. Riedel.
Row 4: K. Buelow, J. Matis, A. Roemf
hild, S. NVurm, D. Schubert, G
Bcining, R. Gaurke.
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Bottom row: D. Bronston, D. Umbr
M. Apuli, G. Darrow, I. Rogga, E
Buske, S. Jannetto.
Row 2: B. Hall, L. Blanke, D. Doine
B. Mueller, E. Schwartz, S. Lamoore
B. Heibler, A. Voelkel, V. Jackson
Row 3: B. Albers, B. D"eringer, O
McVv'illiams, R. Payne, C. Prest, D
Hoffman, D. Leutgeweger, L. Vogl
Row 4: J. Augustine, L. Schroeder, A.
Vollerecht, R. Theimer, D. Seefurth
E. Gaertner, G. Strong, V. Strong
I une 1943
Bottom row: L. Manett, A. Thiers,
Miss Daly, L. Praefke, D. Rocver.
Row 2: S. Lex, S. Brandes, A. Schnick,
. Graff, L. Freund.
Row 3: G. Bie, C. Sherman, J. Vfill
g, B. Rocthe, C. XVictzke, J. Roese.
Bottom row: D. Lucas, M. Kreeger, D.
Brueckner, A. Eiche, E. Euer, J.
Kohlhoff, M. Laun.
Row 2: H. Waldow, M. Cartwright, J.
Joseph, D. Sullivan, K. Rink, M.
Mabie, D. Graebert.
Row 3: J. Galst, I. Moskowitz, W.
Born, K. Gauger, T. Bovlet, E.
Kurtz, S. Kurth, J. Berner.
Row 4: T. Flor, A. Berman, D.
Schutte, V. Kofler, E. Forster, L.
Karstedt, E. Dahlinger, D. Richter.
Bottom row: A. Dehmer, A. Kusch-
mann, L. Bergen, B. Braun, A. Mi-
haljevich, R. Kastl.
Row 2: D. Snyder, E. Goldman, W
Baughman, W. Nienow, J. Lange
J. Klein, H. Michel.
Row 3: E. Doerr, G. Kuhaupt, L
Schmidt, F. Reuter, D. Kaslaske, M
Row 4: J. Oswald, F. Wendler, A
Keene, V. Kalagian, M. Cohen, K
Meils, E. Crabtree.
Bottom row: T. Plotkin, C. Bingenf
heirner, L. Strauss, Miss Budd, V.
XVoIter, L. Heup.
Row 2: K. Hoffman, H. Davis, P.
Grein, B. Butzlaff, H. Zuclsdorf, M.
Oswald, D. Pielmeier.
Row 3: A. Schfeck, B. Simpson, S.
Moriarity, P. XVegner, R. Gaulke, G.
Borges, VV. Hart.
Row 4: C. Anderson, H. Shabushnig,
A. Zittel, D. Krause, G. Mertz, D.
Kuehn, K. Loesche.
MISS H. CAMPBELL
Bottom row: S. Cohn, J. Gardner, F.
Smith, Miss Campbell, G. Warxvick,
Row 2: K. Mueller, C. Liedtke, E.
Raufman, P. Granke, G. Niesl, J.
Brown, W. Mente.
Row 3: J. Slepickz, R. Rahn, D. Aulik,
F. Eckhardt, W. Bingenheimer, K.
Lauterwasser, K. George.
Bottom row: G. Bilder, E. Hinkforth,
Mr. Keith, E. Pcllegrini, H. Kuepp.
Row 2: M. Melter, J. Sivright, A. Pet-
tersen, M. Sinclair, E. Ostrom, K.
Row 3: V. Sellin, R. Hoover, D
Garske, V. NVise, D. Kowarsch, B
Frank, E. Graf.
Row 4: W. Struck, A. Lemke, J
Emrich, R. Pollnaw, XV. Portenier
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Bottom row: L. Lippman, B. Britvich,
M. Maxey, Miss Perkins, M. Neal,
S. Laurell, B. Vv'alker, B. Hooker.
Row 2: N. Erlicher, J. Knipp, M. Sim'
mons, D. Johnson, B. Knipp, N.
Singer, J. Ciesemier, B. Hass.
Row 3: M. Reske, E. Mentecki, D.
Roese, M. Gums, D. Stafford, A.
Beck, J. Spitz, G. Scheunemann.
Row 4: V. Maiholzer, G. Gigl, J.
Hruska, B. Peterson, D. Hrubes, E.
Huedner, E. Isleb, G. johnson, J.
Bottom row: E. Schroeder, B. Bischoff,
,l. Pfeifer, Miss Zucker, D. Townley
L. Hart, S. Nicolai.
Row 2: N. Bernstein, G. Lauterxvasser,
B. Berg, C. Weber, C. Wolf, B
Mendell, H. Frey, R. Granschow, M.
Row 3: D. Brandenburg, J. Amann, H.
Spitz, R. Perschon, R. Haas, K.
Domres, NV. Buchanan, G. Borsuch.
Bottom row: D. Plamenig, A. Misun,
L. Hanneman, Miss Scherkenbach, C.
Kling, M. Klein, B. D'Amico.
Row 2: F. Zeman, A. Cohen, L. Del
Bello, E. johnson, C. Dotzauer, J.
Langer, H. Munzel.
Row 3: I. Lyden, G. Lade, I. Schoenf
felcl, M. Griffin, A. Zeller, G. Stauss,
Row 4: R. Orban, R. Munro, O.
Thompson, R. Stephenson, V. Fritsch-
ler, H. Venz, D. Kohls, R. Mueller.
Bottom row: I. Passon, A. Erdmann, Y
Tolwinsky, Mr. Trythall, R. Scha
low, J. Bosch.
Row 2: Q. Kaisershot, I. Wichnmaxm, F
Dervah, M. Bocksenbaum, E. Rossinc
N. Schulze, C. Biskupski.
Row 3: I. Greenberg, D. Schultz, E
Zeratsky, M. Taylor, R. Jonas, L
Auer, J. Beyer.
Row 4: J. Fabina, R. Becker, G. Kahne
R. Duchow, E. Brumgartc, A. Por:
chette, G. Kotras.
Bottom row: J. NVenzel, D. Glienke, I.
Lustig, E. Boucher, L. Hellmich, L.
Row 2: D. Hess, A. Mey, W. Fitz'
gcrald, E. Hirzin, I. Stern, G. Forn-
crook, R. Artner.
Row 3: A. Linz, J. Hubatch, J. Benko
Miss Muellenschlader, L. Garraghnn
B. Dunaj, L. Hass, P. Kane.
Row 4: A. Potrats, R. Siegel, H. Eiche
M. Mannigel, R. Kummerling, C
Yellick, H. Mueller, XV. Rucinski.
Bottom row: S. Ehlcrt. C. Brunner
Miss Luker, D. Rechlin, R. Gicse I
Row 2: G. Zingler, M. Platow, I
Vasarella, A. Nickel, A. Guk, K.
Row 3: H. Carlson, B. Hackl, E.
Felder, T. Ricciardi, D. Friday, P.
Green, E. Hinclin.
Row 4: B. Garfield D
, . Duggcr, E.
XVasemillcr, D. XVeavcr, E. Straub'
haar, J. Gcnzcl, R. Rohda.
Row 2: J. Hoehn, C. Madsen, K
Abler, S. Ropter.
Row 3: B. Mulgrew, R. Ottoson, J
Voeltner, E. Schlotter, D. Friday
M. Widuch, L. Ott.
Zunker, J. Leahy, F. Schalk, E
NVelky, E. Ruchlinski, F.. Krentz.
Bottom row: E. Steinhilber, A. Matte
Miss Halbach, G. Kupka, L. Lueck
Row 2: E. Levich, F. Klinyk, A. Kark
R. Meyer, B. Kraft, R. Ricklin.
Bottom row: J. Peters, V. Gill, J
Reifsnyder, Mrs. Nybergj D. Han
sen, E. Sinitzky, T. Komlyr.
Row 2: L. Sorenson, P. Weber, H
Lenter, D. Schulz, R. Reed, M
Thoreson, L. Krogman, B. Rosen.
Row 3: K. Kemp, D. Manthei, T. Fer
clerbar, F. Spiering, F. Hipp, L
Davis, B. King.
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Bottom row: L. Bclke, R. Hoffmann, C.
Zaruba, Mrs. Knight, D. Shoemaker,
Klinka, L, Schiller, K. Grimm, Di
Row 4: R. Schraith, C. Dobson, M.
Sophomore and Junior Boys
Bottom row: H. Marx, G. Suchy, D.
Bauer Mr. Fields R. Phel s J.
i , P Q
Wichert, B. Levine.
Row 2: E. Wergin, H. Rohr, R. Roth,
E. Kamrath, J. Cornlield, H. Husak
G. Sitter, R. Sehiro.
Row 3: A. Suhr, K. Vogt, H. Cralnf
dell, H. Zilberbrand, R. Spott,
Hester, W. Owens, R. Zenisek.
Row 4: F. Behlkc, YV. Summers, D
Beining, D. Burgardt, M. Patten, A
Dumke, W. Mateicka.
Row 5: D. Jackson, G. Dahlen, K
Robarge, R. Gulbronson, A. Jaeger
D. Proeehel, R. Rohr, W'. Luehke.
Bottom row: D. Esche, D. Brazner, L
Shenken, Mr. Maegli, W. Dewsenf
berry, J. Serres, J. Schmid.
Row 2: L. Trautner, E. George, R.
Fausek, E. Wolff, D. Seamandel, W.
Worgull, R. Winter, R. Ausustine,
Row 3: W. XVinzig, K. Roger, A.
Moratz, E. Allen, J. Hipp, K. Hen'
ning, W. Sarow, D. Vfalters, F.
Row 4: H. Brockman, J. Hoffmann, H.
Padden, M. Murray, D. Staurakis,
R. Eakin, D. Huff, H. Raduc, G.
Row S: A. NValters, NV. Spangenbcrg,
J. Bargenquast, B. Brace, Mr. Hall,
G. Garske, H. Bahr, M. Keller, C.
Bottom row: Mr. Tetzlalf, XV. Kemp
K. W'anner, M. Komisar, G. Wruck
J. Silbar, A. Haltner, Mr. Newman
Row 2: E. Sehnoll, M. Fefer, R. Hill
R. Goldstein, M. Bloom, L. Mil
neritsch, E. Meyerson, A. Bregantin
EJ Nussbaumer, G. Thompson.
Row 3: D. Runnells, D. Lecher, R
Skaw, E. Medlyn, B. Seeurth, R
Goldwasser, S. Fuggiasco, R. Ravens
craft, R. Kaufmann, E. Lerner.
Row 4: W. Keirsey, G. Meinkoff, B
Deflner, D. Buechner, R. Shabushnig
J. Hill, K. Schultz, W. Holb, H
Neuhaus, E. Laatsch, G. Hauser.
Row 5: E. Martin, L. Brady, L. Mc'
Cargo, R. Heyse, R. Doleschy, P
Stathas, F. Erlauer, J. Milgrew, Ji
Hirschberg, G. Koester.
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Sophomore and Junior Girls
Bottom row: G. Parkins, J. XVolter,
Miss Spicring, L. Olsen, D. Efram.
Row 2: M. Key, B. Nummerdor, B.
Baumgart, R. Leahy, T. Schuman, D.
Row 3: M. Moriarity, D. Fritz, M.
Lange, J. Ottenstein, F. Recht, C.
Row 4: B. Guralmick, V. Ponpcndorf,
H. Chabak, L. Ricwe, V. Bcrtz, G.
Prince, J. Licbl.
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MR. VAN HORN
Bottom row: C. Struck, E. Levine, M.
Thurncr, Mr. Van Horn, M. Timm,
M. Tesch, E. Schmeling.
Row 2: P. Wold, B. Baglien, S. John'
son, M. Geiger, J. Dionne, L. Wolff
gram, D. Weickenand.
Row 3: A. Habermann, C. Keim, A.
Piclmcier, M. Thurner, G. Loeber,
M. Morrison, L. Kiefert, B. Rades.
Row 4: J. Bic, W. Menger, D. Rodahl,
E. Zitzer, A. jacob, E. Einwalter,
D. Redlich, P. Sellin.
Bottom row: R. Keene, M. Dreyer
Mr. Pritchard, M. Falk, E. vaugimf
Row 2: B. Linder, M. Mihopulos, G
Harris, J. McMurray, C. Haas, S
Row 3: A. Bland, G. Dominguez, M
Doine, M. Krasny, M. Roberts, R
Schneider, M. Stathas.
Row 4: N. Belke, M. Schmidt, M
Einwalter, B. Marquardt, J. Hussey
D. Draves, B. Leake.
Bottom row: K. Seefeld, L. Clertel,
Bottom row: E. Clark, S. Hilber, M.
Carroll, Mr. Reschke, B. Semrau, B.
Mason, C. Grayson.
Row 2: G. Ratzow, D. Cradecki, J.
Au ustine C Rod ers N I
g , . g , . Heder,
K. Lefebvre, L. Lamboy, N. Yesko.
Row 3: R. Albert, J. Molkenthen, P.
Mahov, J. Johnson, J. Lewis, M
Voigt, J. Mahuki, A. Buettmer, G
Row 4: C. Katz. S. Shielman, S. Ross
B. Ansfleld, E. Koch, M. YValters
M. Lehman, J. Karl, J. Baumann, F
Row 5: M. Telford, L. Mileller, A
Leistikow, M. Raines, C. Boettcher
D. Holzhauser, B. Centz, C. Boy
ington, D. Zeisler.
Loper, E. Kremer, E. Stuebner
Mihopulos, V. Grossman, B. Hecht,
Row 3: B. Castagna, L. Klesper, M.
Haase, W. Zfemer, R. Tarrant, R.
Schilling, E. Timm, L. Mueller, A
Malkasian, G. Kurth.
Row 4: E. Quincey, C. Kaniess, J
Tak, M. Rosen, E. Lasts, MI
Muchka, H. Rosenbaum, E. Bloom-
field, G. White, L. Woceske.
Row 5: M. Jacob, R. De Laurier, H.
Aspenleiter, M. Nelson, G. Lemke
H. Oertel, J. Large, R. Turrittin
ow 6: F. Kippert, H. Emold, E.
Worgull, XV. Janotta, E. Klug, H.
Kclber, C. XV0lfer, W. Burke, R
Bottom row: M. Schumacher, E. Ketel'
hohn, D. Schuster, B. Breitwish, V.
Wisnepke, L. Hagen, C. Berger, Miss
Row 2: C. Grossmann, S. Dansin, M.
Kleiner, A. Poliak, J. Mustas, J.
Macalust, R. Mechanic, E. Wagner,
Row 3: B. Michalek, M. Schuppe, M.
Rosen, M. Wietzke, C. Segal, N.
llzxleljels, G. Miller, N. Crockett, Mrs.
Row 4: O. Ludwigsen, M. Jensen, C.
Boswetter, L. Jezewski, M. Schiller,
S. Reder, M. Zaye, S. Oboth, F.
Schreier, M. Scherschel.
Row 5: H. Ahlmann, E. Brandstrom
C. Kopp, M. Kruegel, S. Kummer
B. Rubenstein, C. Voelkel, M. Man'
del, B. Liddle.
Row 6: J. Hackl, R. Isaac, J. Heyse
B. Heyse, J. Bauer, A. Mueller, M.
Kreuser, M. Dix, F. Buxbaum, V
Huebner, M. Ahl.
Bottom row: A. James, F. Randazzo,
L. Schiefelbein, D. Kaliebe, R. Kueff
fer, L. Jaeger, L. Bcrgner, Miss Sucf
Row 2: C. Mathews, E. Dallgas, B.
Bassett, S. Bonneson, M. Groeling,
C. Vasarella, A. Gunther, R. Panaf
Row 3: S. Reddin, D. Lutz, L. Held,
S. Freisleben, M. Gross, E. Rudolph,
L. Lange, O. Dixson, R. Baer.
Row 4: B. Stiehl, D. Christiansen, L.
NVehb, B. Rogers, M. Bowes, B
Kurth, J. Burmcister, A. Roseland
M. LeFenre, T. Szivecz.
Row 5: D. Siewcrt, S. Carmichael, M
Greenleaf, G. Klatka, A. NVetzel, E
Hughes, F. Margolis, B. Hafeman,
D. J Furnish, E. Chapman.
Bottom row: M. Murdjak, J. Fausek,
Mr. XVitte, Mr. Reschke, R. Timm,
J. Timm, H. Mueller.
Row 2: I. Mumpcr, J. Verburgt, J.
Balke, S. Luhn, R. Omick, D. Euer,
B. Krueger, L. Homman.
Row 3: I. Juech, P. Henrics, E. Rigo,
M. Born, V. Lackrawski, M. Ham'
sher, J. Clark, V. Messing.
Row 4: J. Bauer, C. Niemann, E.
Zernia, K. Grimm, E. Bracey, A.
Howard, M. Crawford, D. Herbst.
Row 5: B. Sandhusen, J. Frieberg, NV.
Smith, S. Eakin, S. Kass, G. Bur
stein, B. Neumann, D. Mascari, D.
Bottom row: Mr. Bergeim, G. Fiebrink,
J. Linden, D. Kannenberg, R. Knuth,
B. Soltol, R. Rottner, Mr. Duwe.
Row 2: H. Haack, G. Baier, H. Hesse,
J. Cohen, A. Harrer, E. Holmserom,
A. Cohen, J. Birk, W. Lange.
Row 3: R. Johnson, R. Lucas, W.
Bailey, B. Blanchard, F. Tarman, H.
Gollman, R. Foley, T. Bellefy, E
Row 4: C. Manning, D. Schmidt, F
Hora, E. Stadlan, M. Cohen, P
Baumann, D. De Barge, M. Koessler
Row 5: L. Batzko, J. Sommers, D
Taticelc, W. Callahan, B. Poytinger
gdglson, H. Stoerzer, B. Pansky, J
Bottom row: S. Nelson
, A. Chcrncy, B.
Frank, Miss Conlan, J. Rasmussen,
Row 2: C. lwfuth, J. Tcnncsscn D
XVensing, M. Mucnchow, C. Johannes,
Row 3: . Kar P. Schlo -
J p, ttcr, D. Sor
ensen, J. Misun, H. XVchnes, C
Rode, P. Spanhcimcr.
Bottom row: P. Engelbcrt, D. Bell, P.
Linkc, Miss Roberts, D. Drinlcurine,
P. XVeiss, L. Hcrro, N. Sanfclippo.
Row 2: M. Slesarik, C. Forbes, C
Dolinky, L. Baumann, J. Sticr, R
Zahn, L. Lind, H. Barian.
Row 3: R. NVhite, M. Zwaska, E
Kline, J. Scribbins, E. Schultz, E
Gross, R. Sturm, L. Tomczkc. U
Bottom row: V. Reid, G. Dexter, B.
Simon, B. Bubolz, P. Parmclcc, G.
Godfrcy, R. Hoffmann.
Row 2: L. Ebncr, L. Kanitz, B. Kamin,
D. Pasbrig, R. Keller, E. Hermann
C. MacLeod, R. Trzccinski.
Row 3: M. Hamilton, M. Kappcl, T.
Proctor, B. Knuth, C. Litcrslci, G
Suckow, A. Bott, V. Conrad, R
Row 4: G. Rocsclcr, R. Rocmcr, Mrs
Porter, J. King, G. Grail, D
Schulkc, A. Henning, M. Gordon
Row S: XV. Lenz, R. Mason, D. Vcrf
hcin, R. Schrocdcr, E. Mittelstadt,
F. Thcis, A. Lcdcbuhr, C. Dedrick.
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Bottom row: M. Krasno, T. XVussow
Mr. XXIZIYIICY, P. Valentino, B. XVer
Row 2: R. Pless, G. Feld, M. Brand
stattcr, E. Davics, R. Luttropp.
Bottom row: D. Minor, A. Schmidt,
S. Kopriva, Miss Gregg. G. Landry,
A. Grasser, M. Callahan.
Row 2: B. Kcllermann, P. Klein, B.
Flaeschel, G. Gordan, V. Prusha,
Mankieruig, A. Rifkin.
Row 3: M. Selensky, R. Corrao, H.
Holzman, F. Schlaefer, T. Witt, Y.
Graf, G. Sanders, E. Unke.
Row 4: H. Lensky, E. Justus, R. Ben'
ish, G. Higgins, I. Bograb, R. Som'
mcrfelclt, D. Stauher. Y
SEM. 7 SENIORS
Bottom row: A. Hackbarth, G. Allen,
E. Brueckncr, N. Ahlmann, R. Far'
kas, C. Hoffman, S. Hoffmann.
Row 2: D. Hilty, H. Dickhut, R. Abel,
R. Hecht, I. Davidson, B. Gold, R.
Gash, M. Bratel.
Row 3: J. Freitag, A. Dockhorn, M.
David, S. Golofl, L. Bocksenbaum, .
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Bottom row: Mr. Myra, R. Stephenson,
E. NVolfl, R. Mueller, G. Bogs, R.
Lorenzen, Mr. Kampinc.
Row 2: A. Nedbeck, F. Widmann, H.
Kilclay, J. Kollauf, W. McCoy, R.
Stefanovitz, C. Barr, H. Gegenhuber.
Row 3: A. Felker, J. Fitzgerald, E.
Bray, R. Larsen, P. Burkhart, L.
Lindstrum, R. Mee, E. Peters, D.
Row 4: L. Pnrmelee, D. Trincll, M.
Rickun, R. Sander, R. Williams, R.
Sefton, L. Hculer, D. Moody.
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SEM. 7 SENIORS
Bottom row: L. Keene, S. Schultz, A
Lemke, C. Lehman, L. Primakow
D. Kuchenbecker, L. Lindemann.
Row 2: E. Karrys, H. Leiser. S. Litovf
chik, R. Michel. M. Knuth, L. Kal-
weit, J. Pagel, E. Juettner.
Row 3: C. Johnson, H. Krause, A.
Klokow, J. McDonald, I. Michaels
S. Koch, C. Knuth, M. Valenti, A.
Row 4: N. Komisar, R. Mahl, H. Mess'
nick, C. Maronek, H. Lecher, H.
Leibl, R. Lehman, L. Kane, W.
Row 5: G. Boas, D. Karrvs, JV. Kar'
rasch, R. Pfluq, B. Jacobs, E. Bock,
G. Lambert, D. Allen.
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SEM. 7 SENIORS
Bottom row: S. Rudolph, R. XVinzig, M.
Reich, A. Radue, L. Rogers, V.
Scherr, M. Schwister.
Row 2: A. Trautmann, P. VJeldon, J.
Stein, M. Schiefelbein, A. Runge, H.
Wbelkerling, A. Schroeder, O. Rad'
Row 3: L. Runnclls, M. Sitter, L
Salzbrenner, XV. Schmidt, V. Schlotf
tcrbeck, C. Simpson, M. Stoeckle, L.
Row 4: A. Schoepke, I. Zelenka, M.
Sosoff, S. Slotnick, M. Vtfexlcr, K.
Seaman, XV. Zinke.
Row 5: D. Radbill, R. Zauner, M. Sin'
agub, C. NVolff, R. Sander, W.
Wilke, R. Salow, R. Schalow.
Bottom row: L. Libby, XV. Bruss, J
Moody, D. Haekbarth, D. XVright
A. Hankin, L. Kampine.
Row 2: G. Laatsch, D. Krueger, E
Ochs, R. Hemmings, F. XVeiss, R
Svitak, D. Roppoport, R. Seharf.
Row 3: NV. Patek, J. Rcgner, M. Slut
skv, G. Gottlieb, D. Kilday, E. Schuf
macher, R. Prochazka, D. Brinkman
Row 4: C. Liebl, C. Kahn. R. Moll
K. Stoll, H. Drake, J. Ferroly, A.
Bobo, F. Kowiak, R. Plack.
. GIRLS' CLUB
Bottom row: C. Onarheim, R. Petersen
L. Bergen, V. Verduin, J. Car'
Row 2: L. Muth, C. Rice, D. Fueger
J. Cerschke, M. Klawitter, M. Hath'
Row 3: J. Eichenbaum, M. Domres, S.
Rant, D. Engels, D. Blaha, B. Stein'
egger, B. Haas.
Row 4: A. Stone, D. XValworth, J.
Parys, F. Phiiler, M. Cohen, A.
Newby, B. Radtke, E. Kleist.
Row 5: B. Riesterer, E. Sorenson, C.
Vaughn, V. Reifsnyder, C. Claus, J.
Peck, M. Kadlec, E. Frciburger.
Cirls' Club members are entitled to participate
in the friendly, entertaining gatherings that are
held every second Thursday by the club. Bef
sides their social activities, the girls have been
doing their utmost to aid in our great war effort
by contributing cancelled stamps, castfoff silk
Bottom row: C. Porchetta, L. Tomczek,
V. XVolter, Miss Carroll, C. Bingen-
heimer, J. NVolter, J. Roese.
Row 2: B. Mendell, D. Lassilo, C.
Dolinky, P. Kane, C. Zingler, L. Del
Bello, E. Johnson, D. Friday.
Row 3: P. Engelbert, D. Hess, J. Aucrf
bach, J. Joseph, J. Kohlhoff, B. Berg,
B. Schneider, S. Becker, C. NVeber.
Row 4: J. Bauer, E. Schlotter, G. Krue-
ger, A. Thiers, S. Lex, S. Brandes,
L. Otto, J. Meyer, C. Mueller.
Row 5: M. Lehman, C. Ratsow, H.
XValsoow, L. Herzberg, A. Martins,
A. Nickel, J. Vasarella, R. Behling
Row 6: C. Brunner, D. Recklin, S.
Ehlert, R. Kastl, J. Benko, J. Hu'
batch, A. Linz, R. Hoffmann, M.
Bottom row: M. XVray, J. Augustine, S.
Meindel, Miss Carroll, D. Shoe'
maker, M. Dit, R. Kueffer.
Row 2: S. Reder, B. Stiehl, S. Cboth,
S. Bonneson, M. Groeling, S. Free'
man, M. Gunther.
Row 3: E. Rudolph, S. Moriarity, B.
Dunay, J. Lustig, L. Strauss, A.
Schieck, R. Cicser, A. Bucttner, C.
Row 4: B. Simpson, D. Ziegler, M.
Krecger, N. Fritschlcr, L. Ott, B.
Reifsnyder, L. Nicola, M. Zwaska,
Row 5: C. Zaruba, F. Ricc"ardi, B.
Butzlail, M. Platow, L. Hart, A. Riff
kin, J. Ropeter, J. Langer.
Row 6: S. W'enzel, C. Keing, A. Jen'
sen, E. Schroeder, L. Praefke, J.
XVilling, S. Comdohr, E. Felder, L.
Advisers: Miss Sherman Miss Bergq
stockings, and scrapbooks for the underprivif
leged children in the hospitals. The latest move'
ment taken up by the club, with the cooperation
of the sewing classes, is the presentation of
utility kits to North Division boys who are
entering the armed forces.
Bottom row: S. Johnson, B. Neumann,
P. Valentine, Miss Luker, J. Karl,
E. Zernia, C. Kopp.
Row 2: M. Lange, J. Macaluso, P.
Goldstein, J. Wussow, M. Brandstetf
ter, D. Schulke, E. Laste, C. Vasarf
ella, F. Schreier.
Row 3: L. Wolfgram, G. Scheunemann,
D. Hoffman, N. Singer, C. Prest,
M. Sinitzky, M. Rosen, G. Johnson.
Row 4: J. Seefeldt, M. Gums, D.
Roese, E. Weiss, S. Hilber, J. Bau'
mann, L. Stops, F. Schumacher, M.
Row 5: B. Hass, R. Keller, E. Her-
mann, R. Albert, J. Mahnke, J.
Scmier, B. Heibler, J. French.
Row 6: G. Burstein, J. Fausek, E.
Bischof, G. Gigl, D. Hrubes, R.
Theimer, D. Siewert, V. Maiholzer,
Bottom row: S. Rudolph, E. Brueckner,
G. Parkins, Miss Gregg, C. Struck,
G. Schloer, J. Licbl.
Row 2: J. Popuch, H. Bergeim, A
Knopp, D. Tcsscndorf, R. Henschel
R. Grueninger, R. Kesselman.
Row 3: D. Redlich, J. Pagel, Y. Def
michci, C. Chatham, L. Bocksenbaum
M. Valenti, R. Abel, H. Krause.
Row 4: E, Beining, E. Breitwish, C
Maronek, B. Michalek, R. Schneider
B. Liddle, J. Ottenstein, G. Locher
Row 'iz V. Grossman, J. Dionne, P
,Wold, H. Leiser, A. Trautmann, J
McMurray, N. Crockett, M. Junior
Row 6: E. Kremer, V. Harrison, XV.
Merger, A. Dockhorn, L. Primakow,
B. Guralnick, E. Levine, E. Stuebncr,
ss Gregg, Miss Luker, Miss Carroll, Miss Ottman.
Cne patriotic program was given in
officers of the army and navy were guest
ers. Among the social gatherings were a
man party, an informal mixer, and the
farewell tea which added the finishing
to a happy, active year.
GIRLS' CLUB OFFICERS
Bottom row: M. Griffin, M. Doerflingf
er, Miss Sherman, A. Trebus.
Row 2: V. Kohl, L. Runnells, M. Ehrf
ich, R. Vlfcndorf.
Row 3: F. Federman, M. Chorcn, M.
First Semester OFFICERS Second Semester
Fern Federman .................. President ...... . ...... Vivian Kohl
Madeleine Doerflinger...VicefPresident... ..... Lois Runnels
Marjorie Griffin ................. Secretary ...... .Marian Fuelster
Audrey Trebus ........ ....... T reasurer ........ Marcile Ehrich
Margaret Choren ........... Cor. Secretary.. ..Ruth Wendorf
NORTH STAR STAFF
fSe1nester 1 J
Bottom row: Mr. Holmes, Mr. Gee,
Miss Spiering, Mr. Brandel, Mr
Warner, Mr. Libby.
Row 2: J. Wussow, M. Groeling, G.
Riewe, R. Lecman, D. NVeisner, B.
Habermehl, B. Schlotz, M. Johnson.
Row 3: R. Krasno, G. Derzavitz B
Milaccio, S. Bubolz, A. XVergfn, B.
Steinegger, V. Peginsc, M. NVray, R.
Row 4: R. Kucffer, M. Bines, A.
Sinitzky, V. Gcrken, S. Fuelster.
L. Akey, L. XVittig, B. Gies, B.
Row 5: A. Frank, M. Muchka, R.
Kobler, L. Press, J. Clasen, D. Meisf
ter, N. Burns, B. Ninstil, E. Smahcl,
Row 6: C. XVietzke, J. Chernin, H.
Tuchman, R. Luttropp, H. Richter,
R. Stepp, E. Stuckert, J. XVickcrt,
The NQRTH STAR is published fortnightly
by the students and for the students of North
Division. The pictorial was started in February,
1941, and has continued to give the school a
paper which is the only one of its kind.
The STAR is grouped into four divisions: the
editorial staff, business staff, advertising staff,
and photographic staff. Each department is run
by a separate body of students under the direcf
tion of an adviser. Although these advisers are
always there, they do not act as censors, and
they give their opinions only when consulted.
The editorial staff is under the supervision of
the editorfinfchief, managing editor, and four
assistant managing editors. Each page has a
if if '7he Mm
Advisers: Mr. Holmes, Mr. Gee, Miss Sp
separate editor, each of whom has assistants
reporters under him. The staff accepts or re
all articles and pictures as it sees lit. The
editor, sports editor, art editor, star dust s
pastefup editors, and printers make up the
of the journalistic staff. The advisers are
Holmes, Miss Spiering, Miss Heiden, and
The photographic department in 323,
the supervision of Mr. Wariier, consists of
school photographer and a separate pho
pher for every two pages. The photo e
and clerks see to it that the photographers
the correct assignments and later deliver the
tures to their owners. All icture
By the Students
NORTH STAR STAFF
Bottom row: E. Engels, R. Kucffcr, P
Valcntinc, V. Huebner, NV. Peginsc
L. Bcrgncr, S. Fuclstcr, A. Frank.
Row 2: A. Martins, J. Klein, B
Schlotz, G. Ricxvc, L. Hcrzbcrg, N
Burns, M. Junior, Al. XVussow, R
gerald, B. Nowiclci, R. Ccascr, D
Meister, B. Ninstil, M. Grocling, M
Row 4: C. XVictzkc, M. XVray, S
1 s Helden, Mrs. James, Mr. Warner, Mr. Brandel, Mr. Libby.
veloped, and printed by student photograf
ers. This department is very important since
paper is a pictorial with seventy per cent
and thirty per cent printed matter.
The business staff, under the direction of Mr.
and Mr. Brandel, is made up of a business
circulation manager, assistants, and
This group has charge of all the finanf
and business problems. Last semester there
a circulation manager in each room for the
of getting subscriptions, collecting
oney, and taking care of all the STAR's busif
ss in his particular room. He was awarded a
ce subscription if his room was one hundred
r cent, and the group was given a chance to
For the Students
choose any serviceman to whom they wished
to send a free subscription. During the past
year, the circulation was the largest in the
STAR's history. This fact shows that the paper
is popular among the students.
The advertising department consists of all the
people in Mr. Libby's salesmanship classes and
of special STAR solicitors. To save money, the
ads are set up in the business office ofthe STAR
by student printers. The STAR advertising
manager, who works with Mr. Libby, tries to
get enough advertising to keep the STAR on a
good financial basis.
The coordination of these four divisions are
responsible for the smooth functioning of the
Row 3: M. Krasno, L. Press, M. Fitz'
Bubolz, B. Stcincggcr, A. XVergfn, R
Krugman, B. Geis, L. Lindemann, L
Row 5: D. Staubcr, M. Bincs, J.
Chernin, H. Tuchman, R. Luttropp,
L. Wittig, R. Pless, A. Sinitzky.
. Row 6- Mr. Gee. Miss Saierinlz, MF-
Holmes, Mr. Brandel, Mr. Warner, Mr.
Bottom row: A. Starr, H. Karas, Mrs.
Nyberg, Mr. Newman, Miss Conlan,
G. Feld, M. Brandstettcr.
Row 2: R. Mirochnik, E. Dwoskin,
Mr. W'arner, Miss Givan, Miss Daly,
V, Gerkin, M. Meyer.
Row 3: E. Powers, J. Carmichael, Miss
Roethke, H. Irvine, Mrs. Porter, D.
Glaesncr, NV. Sefton.
Advisers: Mr. Newman, Miss Campbell, Miss Conlan, Miss Daly, Miss Givan, Mrs. Ny
Our school year book, "The Tattler," has alf
ways rated high among school annuals because
the best work of a carefully picked staff has
gone into its production. Every student, espef
cially the graduating seniors, looks forward to
its publication. This year "The Tattler' Annual
staff has worked long and diligently to edit a
book that will convey the patriotic spirit that 0
school has shown since our country became ii
volved in war and that will keep alive memori
of a happy year at North.
To you, the students and the faculty of Nor
Division, the Tattler Annual of 19424943 pr
sents the passing review of North's school li
TAKE THIS DOWN, PLEASE!
Page Seventy eight
I une, 1943
orter, Miss Roethke, Mr. Warner, Mrs. Williamsoii.
K OF 1943
HE TATTLER STAFF BY POSITION Virginia Gerkin ...... Activities'
I-rv Irvine Editor Donald Glaesner .... .... S ports Editor
nice Dwoskin. . . ..... Assistant Editor Bermce ,sllbemmn ' ' ' """' 'Typist
illiarn Sefton .... .... B usiness Manager Ruth Mlrochlllk ' ' ' """' Typist
rilyn Meyer .... ........ A dvertising Edward Powefs- - - - - -Aft Edlwf
ward Karas ....... ..... A dvertising ' ADH RRG Staff ----- .------- A ff
nne Carmichael .... . . .Photo Editor Robt. Zinsmeister .... .... A rt
THEY WORK TO SERVE
Tcrttler Page Seventy-nin-e
Bottom row: H. Zastrow, R. Lehman
H. Ruhes, Miss Scherkenbach, D
Roese, M. XVray, S. Rant, S. Fuel
Row Z: C. Simomsen, M. Geiger, E
Bloomfield, J. Karl, 1. Baumann, H
Leiser, B. Schneider, E. Hermann.
Row 3: J. XVoIter, P. Sellin, V. Rad
seek, B. Riesterer, E. Sorenson, K
Grimm, K. Meyer, A. Dockhorn, G
Row 4: J. Hussey, M. Buechner, L
Primakoxv, F. Cohen, S. Goloff, A
Hahermann, C. Zenisek, V. Messing
M.'Rosen, F. Margolis.
Row 5: P. Parmelec, A. Key, F. Recht
Matis, A. Schmidt, R. XVinzig.
son, XV. Winzig, C. XVolff.
Row 2: G. Garske, M. Murray, A.
Slutsky, C. Maniiing, M. Bines, A.
Haltner, E. Klein, G. Christie, E.
Row 3: A. Sinitzky, B. Levine, J.
Gold, M. Koessler, B. Pansky, R.
Mahl, C. Brown, R. Shabushnig.
Row 4: N. Cohen, W. Sefton, A. For-
ster, E. Stuckert, J. Wickert, R.
XVendorf, G. Bogs, D. Allen, W.
Row S: C. Barr, R. Tarnofsky, H.
Hiken, H. Hesse, H. Zimpelman, J.
Cohen, E. Frank, J. Cornfield.
Advisers: Miss Scherkenhach, Mr. Flugum
"O for a living man to lead!
not babble when we blccdg
O for the silent doer of the deed!
One that is happy in his height,
And one that in a nation's might
Hath solitary certitude of light."
-Stephen Phillips: "A Man."
This year America is facing the most imporf
tant crisis in her
now, and leaders
in our war effort.
history. Leaders are needed
will he needed in the years
that will follow. Thus, the
are playing an important role
together, the members hold
round table discussions on leaders and the qualf
ities necessary for leadership.
During the year inspirational talks were given
by faculty members. On January 5, Mr. Wet'
ner spoke on "Pointers Which Lead to Successwg
and on January 6, Mr. Reschke took for his topic
"Basic Urges of Human Beings." In April, the
girls' group was addressed by Mrs. Knight,
while Mr. Vkferner spoke to the boys.
Each semester Miss Scherkenhach and Mr.
Flugum direct groups of students who are inter'
ested in this work of specialized leadership.
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C. Haas, A. Malkasian, E. Johnson:
J. Klein, J. Mahnke, A. Martins, M.
Row 6: E. Bischof, C. Onarhe'm, R.
Petersen, E. Sandhnsen, M. Doerf
ilinger, E. Breitwich, M. Thurner, J.
Bottom row: R. Phelps, H. Tnchman,
NV. Frieberg, Mr. Flugum, S. Ncl'
Adviser: Miss Roberts
At some time in his life probably every per'
son who is actively engaged is called upon to
make a speech of some kind. It is the purpose
of the Speech Club to help the student acquire
the ease and confidence that are necessary if
he is to make a good impression. The mem'
bers have the advantage of practice before an
audience of friendly critics.
The programs, most of which are planned
and presented by the students themselves, offer
opportunities in extemporaneous reading, dec'
lamation, dramatization, and other phases of
speech work. Sometimes speakers from other
fields, far removed from school life, address
William Hester ...... .
Ella Schumacher .... ......
Cecil Brown .......
Bottom row: G. Boggs, N. Cohen, Mr.
Reschke, XV. Kemp, R. Phelps, H.
Row 2: R. Krogman, A. Doelchorn, G.
Loeber, D. Blaha, M. Domres, M.
Rosen, E. Laste.
Row 3: F. Behllcc, E. Frank, A. Harrer
M. Knopp, D. Schulke, B. Domres,
Row 4: L. Jaeger, J. Frieberg, B. Neuf
mann, M. Thurncr, E. Cerletty, R.
, Theimcr, W. Huebner, L. Runnells.
Row 5: A. Malkasian, G. Kurth, A.
Knopp, G. Miller, G. Prince, N.
Crockett, M. Junior, B. Gold, R.
qt Kesselman. -
Bottom row: I. Capella, A. Krueger, F.
Zillner, Miss Roberts, XV. Frieberg,
XV. Hester, H. Eurich.
Row 2: L. Bocksenbaum, J. Gerschke,
D. Fueger, S. George, F. Federman,
Ei Freiburger, M. Kadlec, V. Kohl,
Row 3: C. Brown, E. Schumacher, R.
Burstein, M. Rohlanel, B. Levine, J.
Eichenbaum, L. Primakow, M. Bowes.
Row 4: A. YVasleske, N. Gollman, R.
Shulkin, A. Di Blasio, N. Cohen,
R. Stepp, S. Bear, I. Roitblat, M.
Row 5: J. Cornfield, M. Ehrich, V.
Peabody, F. Recht, J. Clasen, D.
Meister, E. Dwoskin, S. Leberman,
OFFICERS Second Semester
President ...... ........ G eorge Lerner
.VicefPresident ........... ...Cecil Brown
Secretary ....... .......... F aye Recht
Treasurer ,..,. . ,,.,..., Allen DiBlasio
Adviser: Mr. Reschke
A reference to Webster may, by some, be
considered a turning to the dictionary: but by
many Northsiders it means that club whose
activities comprise many interests. Primarily the
Webster Society is interested in literary achieve'
ment. During the past year the programs were
made up of debates, extemporaneous speeches
and talks, both inspiring and instructive.
A highlight of the second semester was the
nofdecision debate that was held between the
Vwfebster Club and the Speech Club. The quesf
tion for debate was "Resolved, that the schools
adopt a plan for military training for all youths
who have attained the age of eighteen years."
The topic, a timely one, was debated with eager
enthusiasm by both sides.
President ............. ...................................... H arry Irvine
VicefPresident ....... ....... G ertrude Loeber
Treasurer ............ ........ E leanore Laste
Secretary ............ ......... I oy Frieberg
Sergt.fatfArms ....... ..... A rthur Harrer
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Bottom row: J. Bosch, A. Forster, G.
Bogs, Mr. Hall, H. Irvine, XV. Sefton.
Row 2: J. Gold, E. Martina, R. Franz'
kowiak, R. Krogman, D. Karrys, L.
McGov'ern, G. Montgomery.
Row 3: B. Molkenthcr, D. Runncls, R.
Stepp, W. Kraatz, H. Brockman, R.
Row 4: D. Esche, C. XVolff, K. Sea'
man, G. Hauser, R. Stephenson, G.
Garskc, J. Ehrmann, R. Schocwc.
M. Junior, L. Bocksenbaum, R. Shul-
kin, F. Zillner, Miss Roberts, Coach,
J. Capello, J. Eichcnbaum, C. Brown.
Widaaf :qi Gpeaaload
Adviser: Mr. Hall
To count the number of pictures on a hunf
dred mile strip of motion picture film at the rate
of one picture per second would require almost
two and onefhalf years on the basis of a 4Ofhour
week. Such a strip of film approximately equals
the length of film projected in North Division
classes during one school year.
The Visual Aid Gperators take care of all
the details necessary for film projection. The
Head Operator, Gerold Houser, prepares the
daily assignments, services the equipment, and
mails the film. The Assistant Head, Daniel
Karrys, assists his chief and delivers the assignf
ments to the other members of the group at
8:30 each dayg the other two operators, Lee
MCGOVCIII and Carl Wolff, set up equipment
and check its operation.
These boys deserve much credit for their
many hours of unselfish work and service.
Adviser: Miss Roberts
Each year the speech classes sponsor a for'
ensic contest that is open to the school at large.
After two elimination contests this year, the
finals were held in Krug Hall on May 3 and
May 7. In the extemporaneous reading group
La Verne Bocksenbaum got first place and Ann
Starr second. In humorous declamation Frank
Zillner, using "Brother Take a Bow," took first
honors, and Janet Eichenbaum, using "China
Blue Eyes," took second place. In oratory Richf
ard Shulkin won first place with "Ropes," and
Mary Junior took second place with "Lest We
Forget." In serious declamation first honors
went to joe Capello, who gave "Cataracts," and
second honors went to Cecil Brown who gave
"The Murder of Lidicef' Three teachers from
the faculty acted as judges in each contest.
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Bottom row: G. Burstein, G. Allen, R
Rotter, Mr. Tetzlaff, M. Born, J
Balkc, F. Bock.
Row 2: A. Cohen, D. Schulke, S. Ross
L. Blanke, S. Bonneson, M. Grocling
K. Lefebvre, L. Lamboy.
Row 3: L. Schroeder, C. Grayson, J
Bowman, B. Simon, J. King, G
Greil, R. Kucffer, B. Bubolz, E
Row 4: J. Serres, J. Karp, D. Taticek
S. Kahn, E. Mittelstadr, E. XVietzke
H. XVchnes, D. Sengbusch.
Bottom row: W. Hester, A. Zeisler, W
Frieberg, Mr. Karlson, E. Stuckert
A. Forster, W. Winzig.
Row 2: V. Grossman, E. Schultz, H
Lciser, A. Trautman, H. Bergeim, D
Roecker, A. Knopp, B. Nowicki, R
Row 3: R. Zauncr, R. Wendorf, R
Lehman, R. Burstein, I. Cornfield
M. Fitzgerald, C. Claus, M. Mandel
Row 4: H. Tuchman, E. Levine, R
Krasno, J. Eichenbaum, R. Schneider
B. Schwartz, B. Breitwish, J. Liebl
R. Gulbronson, K. Stephan.
Row 5: P. Askotzky, R. Luttropp, L
Shinken, D. Brazner, E. Gibbs, G
Christie, P. Askotzky, E. Klein, E
iofoqaf Q ui efze ' Glad
Adviser: Mr. G. S. Tetzlaif
The purpose of the Biology Club is to prof
mote interest in biology and to vitalize the
subject for the student. Membership in the
club gives the ambitious student opportunities
through programs, discussions, and excursions to
integrate and broaden his education in biology.
The club meets on the average of twice a
month, once as an integral part of the Science
Club, at which time an outside speaker is usuf
ally provided, and once as a separate organizaf
tion where students furnish the programs.
Among the outstanding student programs of
the past 'year were biological spellfdowns, def
bates, and round table discussions.
First Semester OFFICERS Second Semester
Gloria Allen ........... ...... P resident .......... Elaine Mittelstadt
Ruthann Rotter ........ VivefPresident ........... Phyllis Manor
Joan King ..................... Secretary ...... . ........... Joan King
Peter Spankiemer... ...... Treasurer ....... ...... M orton Fefer
Adviser: Mr. Karlson
Although the main aim of the chemistry
group is to show the importance of chemistry in
every day living, during the war emergency the
club has been attempting to make clear the im'
portance of the role of chemistry in winning the
war. The members have studied explosives and
gases, they have seen how gas masks Work, and
they have been impressed with the part that
common articles play in bringing victory closer.
In furthering its aims, the Chemistry Club
teaches the students how to perform experiments
and how to explain the reactions so that spectaf
tors can understand the work. This is valuable
training, for it gives the members an opportu'
nity to prepare interesting demonstrations.
First Sem ester
Earl Klein .....................
Adolph Forster ....... .
Betty Schwartz .............
Earl Numrich ...... ......
OFFICERS Second Semester
President ...... . .......... Jack Chernin
.VicefPresident... ......... Dave Brazner
Secretary ...... , ...... Marvin Murray
Treasurer ........... Donald Proechel
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Bottom row: F. Martina, J. Misun, E
Row 2: S. Levin, E. Lerner, E. Kurtz
Row 3: R. Hester, F. Binder, E. Vol
Row 4: NV. Kemp, A. Potratz, D. K"l
Row 5: D. Dugger, E. Schultz, K. Som
Row 6: J. Davis, B. Molkenthen, R
Bottom row: C. Claus, V. Reifsnyder
Row 2: E. Dwoskin, C. Dallgas, R
Row 3: D. Meister, R. Klippel, B
Row 4: R. Hester, E. Numrieh, J
Row S: C. XVolff, J. Smith, W. Kraatz
Adviser: Miss Spiering
The Student Council was revived and reorf
ganized several semesters ago to' promote the
best interests of the school and to develop
appreciation of true democracy. The Council
is steadily becoming more active and more truly
representative of the studenty body. It has
undertaken many progressive enterprises in the
last year. Foremost among them are a com'
pletely revised school constitution, a wellforganf
ized, democratic system of Student Government,
and the successful promotion of homecoming
and defense stamp dances. The Council has
aided the war effort in sponsoring several patrif
otic and victory campaigns. Future activities
will be dedicated to the improvement of student
activities and relationships and in making our
slogan, "Fourffourths for North," a reality.
First Semester OFFICERS Second Semester
Ellis Herbon ...... ........ P resident ...... ......... E arl Numrich
John E. Smith ........ ,.VicefPresident... .............. Carl Wolff
Dolores Kremnitzer ...... Secretary ..... ..... E lla Schumacher
Dave Brazner ......... ...... T reasurer ..... .......... R obert Stepp
Adviser: Miss Spiering
Student Government was instituted at North
Division two semesters ago and has steadily
grown into a democratic and efficient organizaf
tion. It is a cooperative "setup" whereby
students take over the disciplinary activities of
assemblies, thereby releasing teachers for other
The Student Council early realized the pos'
sibilities of this cooperative system and appoint'
ed a Student Government Committee to draw
up a permanent set of rules and to introduce
the new system to the school.
All assembly chairmen are elected by the
students. The success or failure of the system
depends entirely upon the cooperation of the
student body. As long as the students show
the leadership and responsibility that it takes
to run such large assemblies as exist at our
school, Student Government will continue to
grow and flourish into a permanent feature of
Numrich, J. Gold, Miss Spiering
Mr. Culver, G. Wruck, K. Seaman
B. Hecht, D. Boecker, E. Dwoskin
W. Nienow, J. Clasen, C. Dotzauer
H. Karas, H. Davis.
kert, M. Thurner, K. Grimm, A
Thiers, L. Ott, S. Johnson, G. Loe
ber, A. Bland, C. Claus, E. Flath
day, J. Parys, R. Rotter, D. Krem
nitzer, Y. Demichei, F. Federman, B
Levine, B. Milaceio, E. Bischof, E.
merfeldt, XV. Ziemer, M. Buechner
C. Grayson, J. Bowman, E. Karrys
B. Berg, R. Kobler, L. Press.
Lorenzen, A. Krueger, R. Wendorf
R. Scherschel, XV. Hester, D. Braz
ner, J. Smith, C. XVolff.
Miss Spiering, G. Daniels, F. Feder
man, M. Griffin.
Malkasian, A. Starr, D. Roese, J
Molkenthen, J. Mahnke.
Linder, M. Dreyer, E: Einwalter, D
Draves, G. Lerner.
Capella, L. Lindstrum, W. Hester
A. Forster, N. Sonin, R. Mueller.
F.. Frantl, A. Slutsky, G. Christie, R
Stepp, E. Herbon.
. . .al
caiwnaf Jfanafz. Sou
Adviser: Mrs. Knight
Election to this society is one of the highest
recommendations any student can have, for
probably no other school group more clearly
portrays the aim of true education than the
National Honor Society. In the words of its
founders, the purposes of the society are "to
make a society which shall recognize those finer
qualities of kindness and unselfishness which
should be encouraged in all high school stu'
dents, to make clear that the moral attitude is
the very highest factor in the development of
youth, and to emphasize good scholarship so
that it may always stand as a foundation for
distinction and achievement."
A candidate must possess an excellent char'
acter, must have a high scholastic record, must
have proved his ability to lead his fellows, and
must have demonstrated good citizenship by
having given service to the school.
From the office, the library, the guidance
room, the infirmary . . . from the near and the
distant parts of the school building they come
and go-these monitors. They are the mes'
sengers who serve the school in various capaf
cities: sometimes they are the harbingers of
good report, again they are the carriers of mis'
fortune, say . . . in the instance where they
deliver a Special Help slip reminding the recipif
ent that he will report after school in 204. To
render service to the school represents sacrifice
on their part along with the honor they receive
in so doing.
As one looks at the picture of the monitors
on this page, he will see many who are also
on the National Honor Society. In rendering
to the school their services in this capacity they
also demonstrate their ability for taking responf
sibility and showing their attitude of helpfulf
ness. Monitors, we salute you.
S. Kamrath, A. Trautmann.
Bottom row: N. Ahlmann, B. Kiey,
Schultz, C. Berger, M. Brueckner,
Gcrken, B. Kraden, V. Reifsnyder.
Row 2: M. Schielfelbein, A. Runge,
kin, R. Kesselman.
Krause, F. Federman, E. Perlson,
S. Kamrath, M. Rosen.
Row 5: M. Schwister, M. Thurner,
Townley, J. Hussey, V. Bohren,
Bottom row: J. Schielman, S. Goloff,
L. Bocksenbaum, L. Kalweit, P.
Schanbach, G. Lerner, H. Messnich,
A. Starr, R. Miroschnik, F. Phiffer,
Top row: A. Stamm, R. Winzig, L.
Lindermann, E. Cerletty, B. Schwartz,
R. Farkas, A. Forster, E. Karrys, M.
Cooper, N. Ahlman, J. Gerschke, F.
Ottenstein, B. Hecht, P. Schaubach,
R. Mirochnik, D. Gradecki, E. Dwosf
Row 3: B. Stiehl, S. Rant, J. Gerschke,
A. Stamm, M. Cooper, A. Dock'
horn, M. Stathas, L. Bocksenbaum
Rw 4: L. Runnells, P. Sellin, H
Treichel, M. Proefrock, F. Phitfer
Laste, E. Deak, B. Schwartz, I3
McDonald, M. Tesch, R. Winzig. i
Row 6: H. Irvine, R. Wendorf, D
Allen, W. Hester, B. Levine, A.
Werk, R. Stepp, J. Fogec, N. Sonin.
.Shake e Glad
Adviser: Miss Muellenschlader
The aim of the Shakespeare Club is to prof
mote in the student body a more active interest
in Shakespearean plays-those which are well
known to the pupils as well as the less familiar
The organization is open to all juniors and
seniors who are interested in this study.
During the current year the list consisted of
scenes from "Hamlet," "Julius Caesar," "Romeo
and Juliet," "King Lear," and "As You Like It."
During the winter, the annual Christmas
dance was held. This spring, the club presented
before the school a cut version of "Macbeth.'l
First Semester OFFICERS Second Semester
Peter Gad ..................... President ...... ..... E lla Schumacher
Lee McGovern ....... ..VicefPresident .......... George Lerner
Ella Schumacher .... ...... S ecretary ...... .... R ebecca Burstein
George Lerner ...,... . ...... Treasurer ........... Sevmour Nelson
Nathan Gollman ........... Sergeant ....... ...., G eorge Christi
Bottom row: L. McGovern, F. Zillner,
E. Schumacher, P. Gad, G. Lerner,
Row 2: M. Sitter, H. Bergeim, R.
Mirochnik, M. Mandel, V. Gross'
man, E. Schultz, Z. Farber, A.
Row 3: M. May, M. Eberhardt, S.
Fuelster, S. Johnson, Miss Muellenf
schlader, C. Simonsen, M. Geiger,
E. Frank, M. Bebeau.
Row 4: K. Mueller, XV. Summers .
Slutsky, G. Christie, N. Gollman, .
Levine, B. Definer, R. Burstein.
Row 5: A. Forster, G. Hafemann, .
Stuckcrt, NV. Rusch, W. Kozak, .
Nelson, J. Capella, E. Numrich, .
Bottom row: R. Stephenson, Miss Spierf
ing, Mr. Holmes, J. NVickcrt, A. Di
Row 2: E. Karrys., M. Stathas, E.
Schuster, G. Ricwe, M. Johnson, H.
Karas, ,L Stier.
Row 3: L. Akey, S. Bubolz, L. Hell'
mich, M. Reitmen, A. Bland, B.
Row 4: R. Silverstein, J. Chernin, M.
Bines, J. Carmichael, S. Fuelster, V.
Zfffulleaa' Q A
Advisers: Miss Spiering, Mr. Holmes
The Writers' Club is an old, wellfestablished
club at North Division. Students who join
learn not only the art of good writing, but also
the art of constructive criticism. The meetings
are held each Wediiesday after school. The
literary programs consist of stories, essays,
poems, book andlscreen reviews, and magazine
reviews. The literary criticism which follows
gives rise to interesting discussions.
Cn March 17, the club sponsored a success'
ful St. Patrick's Day dance in the Girls' Gym.
Social activities have always had a regular place
on the club's calendar.
Any student interested in writing will find
this organization both enjoyable and instructive.
First Semester OFFICERS Second Semester
Esther Schuster ..........., President ................. Jack Wickert
Adrienne Bland ........ VicefPresident... ..... Virginia Gerken
Virginia Gerken ....... Secretary .......... ...Marilynn Johnson
Evangeline Karrys. ...... Treasurer ...... ..Ralph Stephanson
Bottom row: V. Koglin, E. Shapiro, S.
Row 2: C. Morris, P. Schaubach, S.
Row 3: M. Proefrock, L. Tammer, E.
Row 4: J. McDonald, R. Hester, NV.
Row S: J. Capella, G. Jurgensen, A.
Row 6: XV. Becker, NV. Struck, F. Lie'
Bottom row: B. Simon, C. Grayson, J.
Row 2: R. Theimcr, S. Oboth, A. Gun-
Row 3: M. Thurner, V. Larkowski, F.
Row 5: S. Goloff, F. Recht, M. Stathas,
Zable, E. Goldberg, E. Hcrbon, E.
Lippow, H. Irvine, R. Lerner, Miss
Rant, L. Press, C. Lubow, T. Ml'
neritsch, E. Dwoskin, L. Stein, A.
Starr, R. Mirochnik, Z. Farber.
Schuster, C. Mantel, E. Wergin, G.
Lerner, R. Kaufmann, M. Miller, G.
Daniels, S. Levin.
Summers, H. Kraus, M. Levin, H.
Schulze, W. Luebke, A. Wasleske, D.
Krcmnitzer, J. Hussey.
Slutsky, A. Wietzke, A. Di Blasio,
P. Gad, L. XVenger, V. Gerken, J.
Parys, C. Brown.
song, C. XVolff, N. Sonin, A. Kruef
ger, L. Lindstrum, A. Silverstein, J.
Glazer, S. Bear.
Tilk, M. XVray, F. Cohen, F. Feder'
man, Miss Halbach, M. Griffin, E.
NVeiss, R. Tarnofsky, L. Schroeder.
ther, D. Roecker, M. Junior, G.
Radecki, D. Leutgeweger, P. Par'
melee, L. Lamboy, C. MacLeod, I.
Stern, J. Liebl, J. Bowman.
Randazzo, E. Breitwish, B. Breitwish,
L. Jaeger, V. Huebner, L. Akey,
E. Karrys, B. Definer, E. Hughes,
ow -I: NV. Nehmer, H. Hiken, J.
Cohen, E. Gacrtner, S. Hilber, A.
Bland, E. Bloomfield, H. Rosenbaum,
R. Burstein, L. Keene, P. Linke, J.
Ottcnstein, D. Engels.
V. Schlottcrbeck, D. Meister, B.
Bubolz, L. Blankc, M. Muenchow,
M. Brandstetter, N. Heder, S. Shielf
man, S. Ross, G. Burstein.
ow 6: H. Richter, J. Schmid, H.
Brockman, R. Silverstein, H. Emold,
D. Bucchner, M. Cohen, P. Ramsey'
cr, R. Heyse, A. Haltncr, R. Zauner
Advisers: Miss Halbach, Miss Budd, Miss Zucker
The dramatic organization known as THE
MASQUERS has one hundred fifty enthusiastic
members, who are striving to learn the fine art
of acting. Workfshop plays under the direction
of MASTER PLAYERS are the proving
grounds for the new members who enter as
APPRENTICES. Activities in plays and on
special committees, such as reading, casting,
makefup, and program, pave the way to the
JOURNEYMEN group. Honor pins for out'
standing performances and for exemplary serv'
ice were awarded to Cecil Brown, Ellis Herbon,
Tom Milneritsch, Leslie Lindstrum, Allan Di'
Blasio, and Carl Wolff.
Through the excellent leadership of Joe
Capello, president, and Virginia Gerken,'vicef
president, two kLDl111C'H'lOd6O1lSq, were presented
in the second semester. Original plays, three'
minute blackouts, onefact comedies, songs,
dances, musical solos, and novelty numbers def
lighted the matinee audiences. The extra funds
bought furniture and furnishings for the stage.
The graduating seniors, upon receiving their
Masquer diplomas entitling them to honorary
life membership, bid farewell to all undergradu'
ate Masquers and faculty sponsors, Miss Half
bach, Miss Budd, and Miss Zucker.
First Semester OFFICERS Second Semester
Harry Irvine ........... ...,.. P resident ...... ............. J oe Capello
Esther Lippow .......... VicefPresident ....... Virginia Gerken
June Shielman ...,.......... Secretary ...... ...... J eanette Hussey
Robert Hester ...,...,...... Treasurer ...... ....... W illiam Becker
Eunice Dwoskin ....,......... Scribe ........ .Dolores Kremnitzer
Ray Kaufmann ....... ,..Sgt.fat'Arms.... .........,.... Carl Wolff
Page Eighty seven
Hkememlea 7fze lay"
A Play in Three Acts
The Senior Class and the Masquers
December 4 and 5, 1942
FINALE - CURTAIN
CAST CF CHARACTERS
Un the order in which they speak,
First Bell Boy ..................... Peter Gad
Nora Trinell .... Esther Lippow, June Shielman
Flower Girl ................... Marcia Miller
Second Bell Boy ...... ....
Mr. Mason, Reporter ........
Dewey Roberts. .
Kate Hill ......
Tom Allen. . .
Steve Hill ......
Ellen Talbot .....
Miss Price .....
Dan Hopkins ....
Mr. Steele .....
Edith Phelps .....
Mrs. Roberts ..... ....
Edgar . . .
Mildred . . .
Mr. Roberts. . .
Mr. Phelps ....
Miss Kline .....
D. R. Roberts. . .
Second Reporter. . .
Joe, Photographer. . . .
Woiiiaii Reporter .... . .
. .Allan DiBlasio
. . . .Ruth Lerner
. .George Lerner
. . . . Simon Levin
. . . . .Eunice Dwoskin
. . . .Ellis Herbon
. . . . .Carl Wolff
. .Gloria Daniels
. . . .Cecil Brown
. .Leroy Weiiger
. .Esther Shapiro
. .Fern Federman
. . .Milton Levin
. . . .Lillian Press
. . .Grace Mohns
. . . .Joe Capello
. . .Nathan Sonin
. . . .Bill Deffner
. . .Herb Richter
. . .Violet Koglin
Senator Marion .... .......... R alph Zauner
Kate Hill Roberts ......... Delores Kremnitzer
Seventh Graders at Polk Grammar School-
,lames Birk, jack Cohen, Vada Giacolet, Nora
Lee Heder, Ray Kaufman, Lillian Lamboy, Man'
etta Lange, Dorothy Leutgeweger, Colleen Mac'
Leod, Colleen Morris, Pauline Schaubach, Jerry
Spcicher, Ann Starr, Richard Tarnofsky, Robert
Tarrant, Armin Wietzke.
ENTER MISS HALBACH, Coach
Bottom row: XV. Lucbke, E. W'ergfn, J. Barge q t
Row 2: A. NVasleske, R. Zcnisek, H. Schulze M
Row 3: Mr. Krcnerick, F. Liesong, Mr. St
An alcove in a hotel lobby, Washingtoil, D. C.
Scene 1. A school room in MiddlefWester11
suburb. Polk Grammar School. May. A
long time ago.
Scene 2. Living room of Dewey's home. Three
Scene 1. The school corridor. The following
September, after school hours.
Scene 2. Living room of Dewey's home, almost
an hour later.
Living room of Dewey's home. A few days
Same as prologue. Today. The Senior Class and
the Masquers thank Joe Capello for his
arrangement of the Epilogue.
,Q . " ' ..... ..v. ' ft.. - A ISL... NMS: 'is ' ? 'WIT
..Art for args Sakew is a frequently quoted What game is considered the best stimulus
Adviser: Mrs. Willianison
expression, but really we have those here at
North Division who really delve into their art
in a big way . . . yes, for the sake of art itself.
Yet they are the creative sort, too. They come
together to study art both from the standpoint
of appreciation and from the practical point of
creation. They do things: paint, draw, cartoon,
design, work with the silk screen, and other
activities too numerous to mention.
Aside from the cultural study there is always
the spirit of doing things together, it makes for
a transference into other fields of endeavor
where that working together is known as co'
operation. Needless to say, the Art Club is a
profit enterprise, he profits most who belongs.
Bottom row: R. Zinsmeister, E. Powers
K. Linden, -I. Linden.
Row 2: J. Meyer, M. Schiefelbcin, V
Schlotterbeck, R. Shabushnig, V. Lar
Row 3: J. Sager, J. Stromley, D. John
son, E. Makus.
Bottom row: K. Koltcrmann, M. Thur
ner, Mr. Schmidt, j. Hackl, R. Tinn
R. Gaurke, D. Gmoser.
Row 2: M. Fefer, R. Ganschow, J
Sivright, B. Gold, R. Albert, P
Green, G. St. Charles, E. Davies.
Row 3: J. Libow, E. Zernia, A. Rose
land, M. Thurner, C. Segal, G. Loc
ber, M. Morrison, S. Kurth.
Row 4: R. Hass, M. Cohen, H. Emold
E. Stadlan, A. Bloss, D. Trapman
H. Gollman, G. Lerner.
Row S: M. Murray, R. Rottner, G
Lambert, J. Hanus, M. Rohland, K
NVanner, G. Grimm, R. Benish, R
efzeftd 6 146.
Adviser: Mr. Schmidt
for the brain? Why, chess, the game of kings,
of course! If you have a brain that can stand
the strain of concentrated thought, join the
Chess Club, which has been a popular organ'
ization at North for five years.
Mr. Schmidt, the sponsor, is assisted by Mr.
Esbjorn, the wellfknown chess expert under
whose tutelage the club has gained cityfwide
In the annual team tournaments that were
played, the chess club victories were won large'
ly because of the skillful playing of champions,
Marshall Kohland, George Lerner, and Douglas
First Semester OFFICERS Second Semester
Raymond Koepke. ........ President ........... Gertrude Loeber
Marshall Kohland....VicefPresident ..... Marshall Kohland
jean Lebow ,.....,,.,.. , ...... Secretary ........... Maxine Thurner
jean Lebow .,,,..,, . ...,.. Treasurer .........., Maxine Thurner
Bottom row: G. Parkins, D. Efram,
Mrs. James, J. Wolter, W. Menger,
Row 2: J. Lustig, D. Glienke, S. Com-
clohr, D. Redlich, R. Schneider, R.
NVciss, J. Bic.
Bottom row: J. Langer, H. Leiser, Mr.
Karlson, S. Carmichael, C. Berger.
Row 2: G. Zingler, P. Kane, L. Del
Bcllo, A. Knopp, A. Schroeder.
Row 3: R. Lehman, M. Falk, E. Ein'
Lvalter, V. Schlottcrbcck, M. Schiefcl-
Row 4: M. Dreyer, J. Carmichael, S.
Rudolph, C. johnson, E. Brueckner.
Qtek' efnmm Glad
Adviser: Mrs. James
The aim of the Charm Club is to develop
charm and personality in the high school girl.
The members discuss good grooming, posture,
manicuring and the care of hands, proper care
and attractive arrangement of hair according to
the shape of the face, and improvement of the
complexion with correct use of makefup. The
art of conversation, courtesy, cleanliness, neat'
ness, and attractive clothes for individual types
are other topics of interest. The importance of
a well groomed appearance and a pleasing perf
sonality is especially stressed. The girls learn
how to choose correct clothes, which will be
suitable for both the individual and the occasion.
First Semester OFFICERS Second Semester
Lucille Akey ................. President ...... ........... L ucille Akey
Gladys Parkins ......... VicefPresident .......... Gladys Parkins
Rose Weiss ......,............ Secretary ...... .. ...... June Wolters
Doris Efram ....... ....... T reasurer ...... .. ,...... Doris Efram
Adviser: Mr. Karlson
The Service Correspondence Club had its be'
ginning four semesters ago as a committee of
students from "A," Its purpose was to let
North Division boys who went into the armed
forces know that the classmates they left be'
hind are keenly interested in their activities.
During the iirst year of writing, interest
mounted rapidly, and the students in "A" conf
tributed to a postage fund to make more letters
possible. As the volume of mail increased, the
entire student body became so enthusiastic that,
sponsored by the student council, a schoolfvvide
contribution was made. An average of fifty letf
ters each week is now going to our boys from
President ........... ..........,............................. A nita Knopp
VicefPresident ....... ............ I eanne Carmichael
Secretary ..........,, ....................... H elen Leiser
Treasurer ....... ......... M arjorie Scheifelbein
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Bottom row: M. Geiger, P. Parmelee, E. Unke, K. Grimm, G. Kahne, A. XValters, P. Goldstein, V. Strong, D. Gmoser. A
Row 2: Mr. XX'itte, H. Haack, A. Davies, F. Schumacher, F. Hafeman, G. Graff, M. Boxenbaum, J. Langer, E. Doege.
Row 3: R. Moe, J. Fialla, M. Junior, R. Gulbronson, J. Behlke, A. Newby, R. Rupprecht, E. Flarh, G. Jurucnsen, L. Kanei
Top row: XV. Stumpf, G. Bogs, J. Silbar.
Bottom row: M. Geiger, H. Bergeim, D. Plamenig, B. Kurth, A. Singer.
: G. Strong, G. Grimm, R. Luttropp, E. Zeratsky, G. Minkotf, j. Serres, M. Edelstein, NV. Bailey. G
7fze fVafz.Z'!a fbiadd
row: Mr. Bcrgcim, R. Poytingcr, C, Maronck, M. Cohen, A. Erdrnann, D. Glacsncr, A.
tz, K. Kocsslcr.
oscland, M. Klawittcr. ,l. Silbar, D. Plamcnig, B. Kurth, A. Singer, H. Bergcim,
Stumpf, G. Bogs.
2- E Klein, XV. Nchmcr, B. Gold, U. Gigl, L. Trautmzin, S. Rudolph, B. Truschinsky,
4: E. Rohrbach, J. Serrcs, A. XVcrk, VJ. Treudcn, R, Skaw. J. Rcgncr, E. Glover, bl. XVickcrt.
This has been a patriotic year for the North
Division Band which has used music to do its
bit toward winning the war.
The first activity in September was attendance
at all the conference football games where the
band members presented a "V for Victory"
formation with songs of the armed forces. This
was something new and impressive.
During the year the organization played for
many patriotic rallies to promote the sale of war
bonds and stamps. It also presented patriotic
programs at Roosevelt Junior High School and
the Fifth Street School.
Cn January 29, the band joined with the
choir, the girls' glee, and the orchestra in a
music festival in Krug Hall.
This spring everyone took part in the celebraf
tion of the band's eighteenth anniversary, for
Mr. Bergeim came to North Division in the fall
of 1925 to organize the band. The group is
justly proud of its traditions and is resolved to
maintain the high standard that has always been
MR. SCHMIDT Directs
7fze Neath fbzwaa
North Division is proud of its Senior Orchesf
tra which, under direction of Mr. Schmidt, has
completed a successful musical season. In addif
tion to programs that were prepared for student
assemblies, parents and friends enjoyed a def
lightful musical evening at the Open House and
at the Music Appreciation Concert. The orchesf
tra also furnished the music for the class play
and entertained Fifth Street School and Roose'
velt Junior High students this year. The high'
light of the season was the Music Festival in
january. This was given in conjunction with
the band, the chorus, and the Girls' Glee Club.
The musicians who were graduated in Februf
Bottom row: R. Borken, F. Abelson, R. Farkas, F. Gichert, K. Kolterman, R, Plack.
Row 2: M. Geiger, F.. Stadlan, R. Johnson, B. Pansky, B. Kass, O. Mihopulos, B. Simpson, A. Sawyer.
Row 3: Mr. Karlson, M. Mihopulos, D. Zeislcr, E. Geiger, L. Kalweit, B. Riley.
Row 4: L. Kane, E. Klein, M. Koessler, B. Poytinger, D. Gmoscr, A. W'alters, G. Kahne, YV. Smith.
I une, 1943
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ary were replaced by new members, and now in
June others will leave, and the ranks will again
have to he filled.
To their fellow members and to Mr. Schmidt,
the graduates say, "Amid the struggle and strife
of the future, we shall often think of the pleas'
ant hours our music gave us. We shall cherish
the memories of the concerts, the programs, and
all the events in which our orchestra played a
And to the graduates there is this message,
"Gur love of music will always be a bond be'
tween us. Good Luck!"
MARIAN GEIGER, Harpist
Bottom row' M Thurner, Mr. Schmidt, G. Loebcr, R. Shabushuig, G. Burstein.
: J. Mendelsohn, N. XVinnig, R. Mirochnik, L. Shiefelbein, E. Volkert, C. Vaugn, M. Illian, M. Edclstcin.
Row 4: J. Rcifsnyder, A. Dockhorn, S. Bruss, G. Strong, B. Trcudcn, R. Skaw, S. Nelson, S. Rudolph, E. Zcratsky.
' V. Grossnmn, S. Golohf, M. Johnson, M. Reskc, D. Johnson, J. Johnson, H. Bergeim, P. Schlotterer, B. Stumpf.
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Bottom row: L. Kalwcit, E. Brandstrom, M, Illian, H. Nissen, S. Lifschultz, C. Johnson, L. Held.
Z. Farber, D. Fritz, C. Maronck, G. Loeber, L. Muth, E. Schumacher, M. Docrflingcr.
A. Runge, G. Zauncr, B. Liddle, M. Schiefelbein, C. .Kanicss, L. Bergner.
D. Rocchcr, M. Junior, J. Johnson, O. Dixon, S. Fuelstcr, V. Gerken, D. Hamann.
J. Bcycr, G. Minkoff, A. Ncdbcck, S. Nelson, D. Gmoscr, E. Bock, D. Trindle, G.
'7fze llfaailz Zia!
Music FESTIVALLOF 1943
1. L'Cherubim Songu from the Russian Church
arr. P. Tschaikowsky
2. "The Turtle Dove".. .... Eng. Folk Song
arr. V. Williams
Solo, Don Trindl
3. 'LDeep River" from "Jubilee Songs" .....
.........arr. H. T.Burleigh
4. L'Echo Song". . . .Orlando di Lasso
arr. W. Widman
5. "As Lately We Watchedw ............. .
arr. Charles Black
Solo, Audrey Runge
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Bottom row: C. Lehman, D. Zeislcr, A. Stamm, E. Frciburger, M. David, M. Fuelster, H. Bcrgcim.
Row 2: B. Kicy, NV. Eakin, M. Eberhardt, S. George, V. Bohrcn, L. XVolfgram.
Row 3: D. Scngbusch, E. Loper, L. jacgcr, I. Brucr, M. Schcrschel, M. Geiger, Mr. XVcrncr.
Row 4: W. Nchmer, L. XVenger, R. Plack, XV. Craack, A. Lemkc, B. Breitwish, E. Lange, lvlr. Karlson.
Row 5: YV. Coger, L. Parmelcc, D. Campbell, D. Schmidt, D. Sorensen, F. Widmanri, E. Clover.
Choir! The El Dorado that all the music
lovers in the choral classes are seeking. Indeed,
the boys and girls who have merited a place in
this select group of singers feel a thrill of pride
whenever their A Capella Choir is mentioned,
for'it has earned recognition in the school, in
the city, and in the state.
As usual, the year has been an eventful one
in spite of the loss of several boys to the armed
forces. Among these are: Frank Knuck, Rus'
sell Miller, Robert Zimmerman, Edwin Zellmer,
Arthur Miholovich, and joe Bracey.
In addition to assembly programs, which were
musical treats for the students, the choir sang
for an inauguration of the De Molays and for a
convention at the Pfister Hotel. The most soul'
satisfying work, however, consisted of the
Christmas Carols which they sang for the World
War veterans at the Soldiers' Home.
The following is just one excerpt from the
many letters and cards of appreciation: "As
Yuletide approaches, one of the things most
eagerly looked forward to by us 'Vets' is the
carols so beautifully sung by your choir. God
bless you." Signed-"A Veteran of two wars."
The holiday season at North Division would
not be complete without the caroling that fills
the halls with Christmas music.
Each year the most important musical affair is
the Music Festival in which the Orchestra, the
Band, the Girls' Glee Club, and the Triple Trio
play equally important parts.
The Girls' Triple Trio, consiting of nine girls,
is a branch of the Choir. These girls have also
delighted their audiences and are in demand by
organizations like the City Club, the Athletic
Club, and others. ,
Choir! The El Dorado that every music
lover in the choral classes is seeking.
T attler Page Ninety seven
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Girls! Girls! Girls! Dark and fair, short and
tall! And how they can sing! Our Girls' Glee
The entire year the music room has been filled
with the sound of happy voices lifted in song.
The Girls' Glee Club and the Choir have
worked while they sang-for they have added
numberless selections to their repertoire. Among
them are such wellfknown and wellfloved songs
as "Greeting to Spring," better known as the
"Blue Danube Waltz" by Johann Strauss, the
Mexican song "Ay, Ay, Ay," a favorite with
everyone, "Go Down to Kew" by Theophil
Wendt, a piece about the famous Kew Gardens
in England, and a novelty number "The Alpha'
bet," which is a delightful musical jest in three
Last semester, in the fall, the girls sang at the
open house program, and in December, they
entertained the Twelfth Street School Children
with Christmas carols. The chief event of the
semester was the concert in January which was
a combination of the annual band and the spring
concerts. The groups that took part were the
Girls' Glee, the Choir, the Triple Trio, the
Band, and the Orchestra.
The second semester, the Girls' Glee sang an
inspiring song to boost the sale of United States
war bonds and stamps. Among the other activf
ities of the Glee Club was a concert at Twelfth
Street School and the annual program in Krug
Hall in May.
The Glee Club uniforms are white tailored
skirts and blouses with royal blue chiffon scarfs
fastened at the throat. With the close of this
semester we are losing many of our best singers,
some through graduation from school and others
who will enter the choir.
Bottom row: B. Simpson, B. Peterson, E. Sandhusen, G. Gigl, Miss Suckow, J. Fausek, D. Brueckner, M. LaPidus, F. Randazzo.
Row 2: C. Boettcher, L. Kiefert, A. Knopp, B. Gentz, S. Brandes, L. DelBello, B. Bubolz, J. Langer, V. Prusha.
Row 3: N. Singer, M. Muenchow, D. Pasbrig, B. Krueger, J. Burmeister, P. Vv'old, L. Manett, D. Plamenig, B. Ninstil, B. D'Amico.
Row 4: Mr. Karlson, B. Radtke, J. Verburgt, S. Oboth, D. Roese, J. Roese, A. Schieck, D. Redlich, R. Kastl, Mr. Werner.
Row 5: S. Johnson, D. Ludwigsen, V. Strong, B. Kurth, D. Kaliebe, R. Kuchenbecker, M. Kulakowsky, L. Schiefelbein, E. Weiss, I. Heyse.
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GIRLS' TRIPLE TRIO
L. Kalweit, pianistg A. Runge, L. Held, C. Johnson, E. Freiburger, M. Doerflinger, L. NVolfgram, M. Schiefelbein, B. Kiey, D. Roeclcer.
luwuc auhaal, 1943
1. "I Waited for the Lord" .... F. Mendelssohn
arr. W. Norman
2. "The Shepherdessn. .' ....... H. S. Roberton
3. "Hear the Sledges with the Bells" ........
4. "Chinese Lullaby" from "East Is West". .
arr. W. Riegger
5. "Mistress Margarita" .......... A. A. Penn
arr. N. C. Page
GIRLS' TRIPLE TRIO
1. "Ave Maria" .... .... J . S. BachfGounod
2. "Allah's Holiday" ................ R. Friml
arr. W. Riegger
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Naaihi Zzaaidall Squat!--194.2
Photo Above fLeftJ
Top row: Coach Myra, Coach Kampinc, R. Bauman, H. Gcgenhuber, F. Zillner, E. Gray, H. Eurich, R. Zauner.
Middle row: J. Bobo, H. McCoy, H. Brunner, A. Cohen, K. Koelterman, E. Optz, B. Maulkenthum.
First row: J. Fitzgerald, G. Grames, K. Stephan, F. Martina, A. Dcrksen, J. Bennings.
Top row: R. Liska, J. Engle, A. Bobo, W. Coger, R. Marquart, NV. Stumph, W. McCoy, Coach MacMahon.
Middle row: R. Mueller, E. Peters, L. Bliesner, J. Davis, J. XVeber, R. Sanders, D. Benz.
First row: D. Campbell, F. Aschenbrcnncr, G. Radder, J. Follmer, L. Pfeffer, B. Vasarella, R. Mee.
Photo CLeftJ .
Bottom row: XV. Coger, J. Davis, D. Treichler, F. Peters.
Row 2: J. Fitzgerald, E. Malkasian, B. Vasarella, W. Graack.
Row 3: D. Campbell, J. Bennings, F. Martina, H. Markgraf.
Row 4: L. Bliesher.
Roxv S: F. Aschenbrenner, B. Molkenthen, A. Derksen, J. Weber.
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WMM fbzazazawi Gm! Sermon
After defeating Gudahy, 'Z,OfO, and Messmer,
2O'6, in nonfconference games, North subdued
a stubborn Pulaski team, 6fO, for its first conf
ference victory. Jim Follmer and Frank Aschf
enbrenner sparked the Blue and White to its
score late in the second period. After Don
Campbell had pushed the ball to the five yard
line on a quarter back sneak, Glen Radder
passed to Aschenbrenner for the touchdown.
Wallace Coger's kick for the extra point was
low. The Blue Devils showed sparks in spots,
but each time they started rolling, the team
stopped itself with penalties and fumbles. A
Pulaski threat in the fourth period died on the
17 where the North line held. North made 10
first downs to six for Pulaski.
North lost its second contest to South, 21f7.
The combination of several timely passes, some
sweet running, and punt returns by South car'
ried the 'city champions to their triumph.
North's first nine passes had failed to connectg
they scored in the last two minutes on a 64fyard
pass play from Aschenbrenner to Follmer.
Tackle Wallace Goger converted. North had
the Cardinals on the defensive in the second
quarter, yet was unable to go over. Several
penalties also kept North from making headway.
Aschenbrenner's punting was a feature for
North. He averaged 35.4 yards on ten boots.
Rufus King defeated North under the lights,
26fO. After recovering a fumble in King terrif
tory in the first quarter, North made its most
serious bid to score. King's strong defensive
play held the Blue Devils to a total of 19 yards
on the ground. North tried five passes, com'
pleted none, and had three interceptions. North
battled the Generals on even terms in the first
period, neither team hitting the scoring column.
In the second period, however, King scored 14
points and continued to add 6 points in each ref
maining quarter. The winners had an 8'3 edge
in first downs.
Frank Aschenbrenner personally took charge
of things as North scored a 2049 victory over
East, thereby smashing the Orangemen's hope
of the city conference title. Running 76, 60,
Page One Hundred Two
and 23 yards respectively, the Blue Devils' half'
back spurted to the three touchdowns which
defeated East in a thrillfafminute game. East
scored first on an 86fyard drive. It took North
just two plays to tie the score, with Aschen'
brenner reeling off 76 yards. Both teams scored
again in the second quarter, and the half found
North leading, 1342. In the fourth quarter,
Frank swept around left end for North's third
score of the evening and ultimate victory.
On a field of mud, North played a 6f6 tie
with West. West scored first after driving 65
yards for its only tally. The conversion was
blocked. With Frank Aschenbrenner and jim
Follmer running, the Blue and White attack
was carried into enemy territory only to bog
down. The second quarter found the teams
going both ways, but the condition of the field
held them scoreless. The third period found
North with much spark. After a pass which
carried the Blue Devils to the West threefyard
line, Glen Radder plunged over. Wallace Cog'
er's try for the extra point was blocked. North
stood out defensively as it held West to a minus
two yards in rushing. North made nine first
downs to four for West.
A high spirited North team ended its football
season by defeating Tech, 26f0. Frank Aschenf
brenner scored three touchdowns, thereby run'
ning' up a total of 42 points for the season.
North drove to a touchdown before the half of
the first quarter had passed. In the second
period jim Follmer slashed over for North's
second tally. The first half found the Blue and
White dominating the play, except for a few
Tech flashes. In the third quarter Aschenbrenf
ner raced over from the 15fyard stripe to score
the Blue Devils' third touchdown. North now
led, 19fO. In the fourth period, after John Ben'
ning, North halfback, had reached the one yard
line, Frank again went over. Wallace Coger,
North tackle, converted. Thus closed another
Frank Aschenbrenner was honored by being
placed on the first allfcity conference team.
I une 1943
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THE FOQTBALL SCOREBOARD
fThe 1942 Season at a Glancej
North 20 ........................ Cudahy O
North 20 . . . . .' ................ Messmer 6
North 6. . .
North 26 ....
. . .South 21
....Rufus King 26
. .West 6
XEA TEAM' THERE THEY GO AGAIN! ASCHENBRE
N. D. H. S. LETTERMEN
Bottom row: E. Numerich, W. Graack, M. Kapp
el, E. Weiss, H. Rohr, E. XVergin, R. Ravenseraft, C. Brown, L. Vasarella, T. Hodges, W. Hester
Row 2: R. Tennyson, E. Greenberg, A. Drier, M. Crier, R. Hester, P. Gad, F. Ashenbrenner, J. Boosch, R. Liska.
Row 3: J. Zelenka, B. XVintcrs, L. McGovern, E. Peters, R. Sehalow.
Row 4: Y. Tolwinsky, J. Fabina, J. Ehrman, A. Forster, A. Porchetta, D. Campbell, G. Schwanberg.
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Intramural athletics this season has come to
the front at North Division with noteworthy
success. In lieu of track this year - which had
to be abandoned because of lack of travel facilf
ities to an athletic held -Coach Albright, who
is a newcomer to North this year, introduced
intramural baseball. The response to this field
of sports was very enthusiastic with one hunf
dred and twentyfiive boys participating.
Wartinie, especially, brings about a need for
the development of competitive spirit for the
greatest number. Boys at North in the varif
ous baseball teams have learned "to take it" in
developing response to order and discipline and
in building up physical reserve. I
The league was composed of six teams with
.a schedule of twentyfone games, each team play'
.ing seven games. The teams were named for
various branches of the armed forces.
Some of the boys who were outstanding in
batting, fielding, and pitching include Ray
Brown, John Ferroly, Kenneth Henning, Arthur
Nedbeck, Meyer Bloom, and John Emrich.
The season culminated with the allfstars, who
were made up of the players from all teams
pitted against the champions. The enthusiasm
manifested on the part of all participating gives
Mr. Albright conidence in a bright year ahead.
The coach is looking forward optimistically to
intramural competition again next year.
TEAMS AND THEIR CAPTAINS ' i
Marines . . . . . . . . . . . ....... . . . .Robert Saunders
Army ....... .... M arion Tanel
. . . . .Ray Brown
. .Robert Hester
Coast Guard. . .
Navy ............ .
Merchant Marine .... . . .Leroy Wenger
Army Air Corps .... . . .Ellsworth Peters
Page One Hundred Five
Bottom row: J. Bcycr, G. Schwanbcrg, R. Shallow, I. Greenberg, E. Frantl, Coach Trythall.
Row 2: M. Taylor, Y. Tolwinsky, H. Brunncr, J. Bosch, R. Jonas, J. Fabina.
Row 3: E. Zcratsky, A. Porcluctta, A. Ncdbcck, J. Brucey, H. Mcssnick, E. Wichmalm.
AT THE FINGERTIPS! l
HURRAH FOR NORTH!
victory fromEast by one point.
row: R. Duchow, C. Barr, A. Bobo, H. Erdmann, L. Huclcr, D. Campbell, Coach
F' ld .
lc. iiotras, E. Peters, E. Oaks, B. Hauser, D. Schultz, J. Fitzgerald.
.. Mgr. V. Kufller, E. Lerner, N. Schulze. F. Divoli, C. Bfskupski.
bw 4: M. Komisar, A. Fclker, R. Bcckcr, C. Bauer, Q. Kaiscrshot, J. Emmcrrich.
After defeating St. Stanislaus, 3923, and Waukegan, Illinois,
3f28, in nonfconference games, a North quintet consisting of Irvin
reenberg, Ed Frantl, Glenn Schwanberg, John Beyer, and Russ
chalow, opened the season by defeating Custer, 39f27. North held
he upper hand throughout the game, but had to stem off a fourth
uarter drive by their opponents.
The Blue Devils defeated Rufus King for theirsecond victory,
5f2O. It was a decisive victory, for
't was the first time in a major sport
Event pitted against the Generals,
that the Blue Devils have come out
on top. Playing a close game all the
Wy, North finally pulled ahead.
T ith the score 2Ofall, and two minf
lutes remaining in the game, Ed
l rantl and John Beyer tossed in two
askets to give North the margin
needed for victory.
' The Blue and White did it again!
In a thrilling game North defeated
East, 41f4O. Cutscored in the first
half, 2043, North came back in the
third quarter with a scoring spree
of 19 points to go into the lead,
32f3O. With one second remaining,
and North leading 41f4O, Morgan
White, East forward, missed two
freefthrows. North turned the trick
twice in the same season, having
taken both football and basketball
A SURE SHCT!
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Left to right: J. Beyer, I. Greenberg, E. Frantl, J. Fabina, G. Schwanberg, R. Schalow.
Sharing the conference lead with Washing'
ton, North next engaged this opponent. Play'
ing in a packed gym, the Blue Devils lost, 36f29.
Never outfought, North lost to sheer weight and
height, for, the game was tied 8f8 at the quarf
ter, 15f14 at the half, and, 23f21, in favor of
North at the end of the third quarter. John
Fabina took scoring honors with eleven points.
North hit the victory column again as they
defeated West, 39f33. The Blue Devils found
the range and at one time were leading, 3925.
Although the game was close at times, the Blue
and White had the upper hand, and led at all
intermission points. Russ Schalow led scorers
with eleven points followed by John Beyer who
North next lost to a strong Tech quintet,
41f38. Although North led at the quarter, 1Of6,
the Boilermakers soon tied the gap and led at the
half, 25f22. Although the rest of the game was
close, Tech, nevertheless, kept its lead and won
by the narrow margin of three points.
Ed Frantl and Glenn Schwanberg played their
last game in a Blue and White uniform. Both
players were honored by being selected on the!
allfcity midfsemester first and second teams ref
Pulaski defeated the Blue Devils, 38f29. The
south siders went on to win the conference
championship. North held the lead at the quarf
ter, 6f5, lost it at the half, 13f18g but regained it
at the third quarter, 28f27. It was here that
Pulaski forged ahead of the Blue and White by
scoring eleven points.
A determined North aggregation took on a
strong South team and defeated them, 5643.
After losing at the first quarter, 15f9, North
scored sixteen points in the next period to lead,
25f21. Both teams found the range, and the
score was 34fall at the end of the third quarter.
The Blue Devils, however, kept pouring balls
through the hoop and quickly outdistanced their
North lost to Lincoln on their home grounds,
41f38. Although the Blue and White held a
24f14 lead at the half, the Blue and Gray kept
chopping away at the score until North led only
by one point, 31f3O, at the end of the third
quarter. On successive baskets, Lincoln went
ahead to victory.
North defeated Bay View, 4Of35. It was in
this game that Coach Trythall put in the entire
bench, giving his next year's team experience.
North led at the half, 27f18. Irvin Greenberg
and Russ Schalow displayed good rebound work
In its last game of the season, North defeated
a visiting Juneau team, 36f29. North led at the
half, 24f2Og and, 32f26 at the fourth quarter.
John Beyer was selected on the allfcity second
team. North will greatly miss those who are
graduating. They include Irvin Greenberg,
Irvin Wichman, John Beyer, and Angelo Por'
John Bosch, John Fabina, Irvin Greenberg,
Ivlartin Taylor, Yale Tolwinsky, Irvin Wichf
man, John Beyer, Russ Schalow, Bob Jonas, Ed
Frantl, Glenn Schwanberg, Angelo Porchetta,
Manager, Eugene Zaratsky, Manager.
Page One Hundred Nzne
Bottom row: Mr. Fields, M. Grier, P. Gad, L. Parmelee, J. Berman W. Hester, Mr. Albright.
Row 2: R. Scharf, P. Green, W. Lange, T. Milneritsch, E. Schnoll, W. Nienow, H. Aspenleiter, B. Mirlgrew.
Row 3: H. Mueller, C. Wietzke, R. Franzel, R. Corrao, C. Biskupski, J. Tennessen, E. Ochs, E. Dembeck.
Row 4: E. YVergin, G. Schleifer, H. Rohr, R. Lucas, E. Hille, L. Karstedt, J. Oswald, W. Sommers, L. McGovern.
Row 5: D. Brinkman, R. Augustine, P. Spanheimer, YV. Bruss, Mgr. G. Hauser, R. Hester, Q. Kaisershot, H. Wehnes, J. Ehrmann.
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The year 1943 - as a school year- does not
pass without the Gym Team of North coming
in for its legitimate share of honors among
North's outstanding athletic events. Under the
able tutelage of Coach Fields, the Blue and
White matmen brought Commendation to be
added to the pride of the school in the his'
torical record of this year's sports events.
North scored 693.5 points to nose out West,
contending champions, by one point in the "B"
team meet. Melvin Kappel, North captain, led
all contestants with a total of 95 points. He
was followed by Wallace Bruss, Ralph Tennesf
sen, and Ervin Hille, who placed third, fourth,
and ninth respectively.
Page One Hundred Ten
In the city meet for "A" teams, North placed
third, following West and King by piling up a
total of 603.5 points. Bob Hester was North's
mainstay by scoring 88 points. He was the only
Blue and White man to place among the first
ten. He was followed by Glenn Schleifer, Lee
McGovern, Peter Gad, Marvin Grier, and Jack
COCAPTAINS FOR NEXT YEAR
Robert Hester and Jerome Berman will cap'
tain the "A" team next year while Paul Green
and Quentin Kaiserhot will lead the "B" squad.
I une 1943
Bottom row: T. Milnervitch, E. Schnoll, H. Rohr, E. Wergin, G. Schleifer, XV. Summers, R. Augustine, L. McGovern, Coach Albright.
Top row: R. Hester. J. Berman, M. Grier, P. Gad, I. Ehrman, L. Parmelee, W. Hester, G. Hauser, Manager, Coach Fields.
Gerald Hauser, Mgr.
"KEEPING FIT FOR MY COUNTRY"
The Physical Education Department 6
June 3, 1943 7
Directed by Miss Heiden, Mrs. Williams, Mr. 3-
Fields, Mr. Albright, Band, Mr. Bergeim 13
Assisted by Mr. Keith, Mrs. James, Miss Olte
man, Mr. Redmond, Mrs. Williamson, the 11
Stage Crew and Mr. Steurewald
1. Advance of the Colors and the National 12
2. Youth on Parade .......... Girls and Boys -
3. Flying Rings ...... ......... G irls 14
Studied Action ......
Conditioning Exercises ..... Girls and Boys
A Dime a Dance ...... Manette Lange and
Flying Elephant . . . .............. Boys
Music by the Band.
Tumbling ........................ Girls
just in Fun ............ Earl Numrich and
Horizontal Bar. . .................. Boys
"This World of Ours" ...... Dancing Class
fFreedom, Fear, Faith, Hope,
Song p ...... ................. ' 'American
Page One Hundred Eleven
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Bottom row: R. Mason, P. Gad, J. Ehrman, S. E. Albright fCoachJ, Co-Capt. M. Grier, R. Phelps, K. Reger.
Second row: E. Allen, R. Hester, R. Suitak, R. Pless, I. Cohen, E. Weiss, T. Hodges, F. Erlaucr, F. Widmaii.
Third row: E. Ryehlinsk, H. Padden, D. Goldwasscr, R. Kemp, D. Taticek, J. Moody, F. Weiss, R. Skaw, P. Spanheimer.
Fourth row: R. Hemmings, R. Turriton, J. Misun, J. Birk, A. Forester, E. Nummrich, A. Lcmke, V. Conrad, M. Edelstein.
Top row: D. Burgardt, M. Koesslcr, J. XViclcert, H. Gcgenhuber, XV. Karrasch, A. Ladwig, H. Bahr, J. Traut.
In its first meet the "mermen" defeated Lin'
coln, 45f38. The Blue Devils were paced by
Marvin Grier and Elmer Weiss, who scored 12
and 8 points respectively. North next lost to
West Milwaukee, 35f48. Elmer Weiss, Adolph
Forster, and Marvin Grier captured seven points
each. North was defeated by Cudahy,
44Mf37M, in its next dual engagement. The
Blue Devils nosed out West Allis in their own
pool, 42f41. Glen Radder took honors in diving.
The Blue and White next lost to a rejuvenated
Cudahy team, 4865.
North for the seventh consecutive time anf
nexed the Little City Championship. North
scored 48 points to overshadow East, Washing'
ton, and Lincoln. Grier scored 12 points, folf
lowed by Forster and Weiss, each of whom had
8 points. Radder broke the Little City record
in diving hut lost to Matson, city champ, by .5
of a point.
Losing both relays to Pulaski decided North's
fate in its next contest. The team lost, 52f3O.
North lost the services of Bill Kozak, Glen Rad'
der, J. Bingenheimer, and Elmer Weiss, who
ended a very successful career at North and
were consistent point winners. Again due to
relays, the Blue Devils lost to a strong Bay
View team, 52f3O. The Blue and White nosed
out East, 42f41. The contest was decided by
Bob Hester, who, making his debut as a diver,
won first place and captured five points. North
lost to the City Champions, Boys' Tech, 65f27,
in its next meet. In its next dual engagement,
North was defeated by a strong Milwaukee Uni'
versity High School team, 56f27. North came
in fifth in the city meet. Marvin Grier attained
all of North's points by taking a second and
third in the 200 and 100 yard freefstyle events.
North finished its schedule by defeating Lin'
coln for the second time, 42f41. Lost by graduaf
tion are Marvin Grier, Adolph Forster, Peter
Gad, Tom Hodges, Jack Erhman, and Joe Bobo.
Marviii Grier, Adolph Forster, CofCaptains
Gerald Murad, Manager
Bob Phelps jack Erhman
Ken Reger Joe Bobo
Frank Erlauer Bill Kozak
Bob Hester james Bingenheimer
Peter Gad Glen Radder
Tom Hodges Elmer Weiss
Page One Hundred Thirteen
Bottom row: C. Beyer, T. Hodges, A. Bobo, L. Mueller, S. XVurm.
Top row: 'Coach Duwe, R. Wendorf, C. Barr, J. Bobo, G. Fiebrink.
Last fall a tennis tournament was held to find
new material with which to reinforce the team
for this spring. The twentyfeight boys who
came to try their luck were divided into two
groups, freshmenfsophomores and juniorsfsenf
iors. John Beyer was the victor among the upf
per classmen and Bob Mason among the lower
classmen. Each received a can of new tennis
balls for his efforts.
This spring the tennis team welcomed back
two of their lettermen, John Beyer and Tom
Hodges, plus Bob Mason, Louis Mueller, Chesf
ter Barr, and George Eiebrink, members of last
year's squad. Dick Wendorf, john Eabina, and
Al and joe Bobo were new members of the
In order to give the inexperienced boys a pref
view of what was to come, Coach Emil Duwe
secured matches with Wauwatosa and Whitefish
Bay. The Northsiders lost to Wauwatosa by a
score of 4f1 and were defeated by Whitefish
Bay, considered one of the best teams in the
state, by a score of 5fO.
North's first conference match was against
Juneau, one of this year's most promising title
contenders, to whom they lost by a score of 4fO.
The team finally began to click in its next con'
ference match against East, whom it tied, 22.
Page One Hundred Fourteen
After a nonfconference match in which North
defeated Marquette by a score of 4fO, North
trounced South in a win of 4fO. The Blue Devils
lost to Lincoln by a score of 3f1 in its next
match, but then defeated Lutheran '5f0 in an'
other nonfconference contest. Contests with
King, Pulaski, and Washington concluded a
commendable season for North.
Juneau 4 - North O '
Drobac defeated Beyer 6f2, 2f6, 6f3g Eastman defeat'
ed Wendorf 6f2, 6f1g Mattner defeated Hodges 6-3,
6f1g Koch and Wallschlaeger defeated Barr and Bobo
North 2 - East 2
Beyer defeated McBride 7f5, 6f2g Wendorf defeated
Sanderson 6f3, 6f1g Jones defeated Hodges 4f6, 6-2,
6-3, Hyman and Adashek defeated Mason and Bobo
6'4, 3f6, 6-3.
North 4 - South O
Beyer defeated Kanitz 7-5, 8f6g Wendorf defeated
Radtke 6f1, 6fOg Mason defeated Brown 6'4, 6f2g
Barr and Fabina defeated Lang and Zilles '7f5, 14f12.
Lincoln 3-North 1
Beyer defeated Zuba 6f3, 6f3g Milhowski defeated
VJendorf 6'3, 9f7g Czecholinski defeated Mason
6f2, 5-7, 7f5'g Feiss and Ernst defeated Barr and
Fabina 7-5, 8f6.
With the fourfyear gym program demanding
the use of the gymnasium until 4:15 every day,
it seemed as if the girls' extrafcurricular athf
letics would have to be labeled "Cut for the
Duration." At least so it might have been at
any ordinary school, but North Division is not
just an ordinary school. The "N Girlsl' at North
are real, redfblooded Americans. If the boys
in service could get up and have an early morn'
ing workfout, so could they! Besides, doesn't
Uncle Sam want everybody to build strong,
Volleyball teams were organized, and to make
the girls conscious of nourishing foods, the
teams were named after fresh fruits and vegef
tables. Games were played in the morning.
Yes, every day from 8:00 to S225 the volley'
ball net was up-inviting the peppy and en'
thusiastic girls to an exciting game. Congratu'
lations, "Peaches," you deserved the champion'
A very interesting extrafcurricular athletic
program is in the making for next fall. Every
young loyal American girl will find that the
girls' athletic program will help her to "keep
fit" for her countryg and, besides, wouldn't
every girl like an "N" of her very own instead
of one with strings attached to it?
Bottom row: B. Radtke, M. Ehrich, M. Lange, H. Nissen.
Row 2: Elsa Williams, M. David, R. Lehman, R. Schneider, E. Heiden.
Row 3: P. Rickmann, D. Efram, R. Zauner, R. Kohler, J. Sager, J. Wolter.
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