Steinmetz High School - Silver Streak Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

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His genuine per- sonal interest in us and our problems has made our years at Steinmetz memorable . . . indeed . . . A truly modern school executive is he, an example of the under- standing that exists today between teacher and student. Page Ten ANT PRINCIPAL Grover C. RamseY ADMINISTRATWE ASSISTANTS Mr. Walter B. Herrick Mr. Herbert A. Jackson . Placement Counselor Mrs. Elma Houghton j QM. EL, mf-,,4,f, 4 ,W ...iz ws, fp. 103 JM! Mu, A , Q gm? .W 5 1 S 3 5 W 5 Q . F? 3 3 .. f V 5 V i ' ?"F,4' ' 3' ,, Ev , f V 2' A 2 ,W V! ,. .. ,H 3 yi "Fig, ,,.. ,, N0-WMM.. I Q 1 5 imw fs N- Nw V W W' if V QM 3 W mf rw Ji, N R E f 1 ,nm , in AA, Av 5 X 2 f, Gam , ,wr "nw: Vg'-Q2E:7? , 1 wi! xx . mf' l m., 1.71 take .1 handing ze ,. Xl ,, l, 5 .ix . Rl x :x 'xg' iz T. , H V2 40I Left. Row 1: G. Kalomiris. R. Johnson, E. Oddo, R. Spaun. Row 2: T. Callas. R. Ulrich, A. Lucker, I. DiGinlio, R. Horhan, V. Heine. Row 3: R. Lovieri, L. Pickartz, V. VVag- ner, A. Halvorsen, A. Schultz, M. Morrison. Row 4: H. Lawrence, D. Canadeo. 402 Right, Row 1: R. Diephonse. I. Gottsein. L. Semon, Johnston, T. Koujourian, CD. Binkowski, L. Garvy. Row 2: R. Perry, H. Sherwood, T. Taylor, J. Scardina, I. Goto. L. Fahlander, Row 3: C. Hcnske, F. Scribano, M. Muss sey, G, Casterton, H. VVil- liamson. Row 4: VV. Schroe- der, G. Limbaugh, R. Raap. F. Boha. 404 Left, Row 1: E. Scavelln, M. DuPere, V, Deeina, A. Hain. Row 2: M. Kaylegian, B. Harrison, A. Rose, V, Vas- sallo, A. Bode. Row 3: Xl. Hammang, R. Guelzow, L. Bromstead, K, Johnson, 1. Iago, R. Stewart, Row 4: R. Nelson, P. Kulick, V. lleiss- ner, L. Murcek. D. Sorensen. XY. Schiller. C. Rowe. 403 Right, Row 1: R. Ciacgorio. G. Kogelheider. G. Demas, A. Stas, L. Letsche, E. Kncera, . Zenaty. I. Lee. Row Z: D. orfh,-.,,C. Prehm. L. Bock, 'lil Dittman, F. Porto, J. I ,ffs6'H, R31 RQwii1an.' K Miller? 'Hain 0955 Row 3' E Peter R app Rom! Berg, VV. L E ill , llllli ll ll , sfs .YV , . 2. v X l 1 s., I 'L 51 Q . N , x, X, N 41- Loft. Row Emsley, li. Barker, F. Knudsen, B. Hai-ne. R. Kezala. Row 2: P. Breitsprecher, G. Hanson, M. Frick. Row 3: 1. Cherhavy. T...Knekow, N. Carone. E. Anderson. R. Selig. Row 4: A.. Behnke, J. Hall, A, lwas- zezuk, H. Geschke, R. Hand- Qxgx. Row 5: I. Heckinger, A. E lers. A. Bayer. R. Rloom. J, DuBois. Miss Boller. .406 Right, Row 1: E. l'lafc-mann. S. Perry, E. Byles, R. Icen- mgle. ll. Heinemann. Row 2: .l,.. Hafemann, A. Meskan, A. T7al1l. S. DiGiglio. V. Brown. KB, lollanson. Row 3: Miss N x l'-Donilersherger. I. Hendry. P. f'hristiansen. O. Olsen. I. McCann, H. Kosiclc. 352 Left, Row 1: G. Paluga. F. Martyn, E. Antonson, L. Blu- sengo, I. Samnou, l. Bogdan- ski. Row 2: K. P:-icstap. A. Olson, B. Kerns, E. Larson. Row 3: E. Nogo. S. Mc- Crearv. D. lllaiewski. N1 Ni- col. Row 4: B. Rogers, V. Kuemmel. E. Nordboe. P. Berardi. Row 5: F. Kenner, I.. Psota, S., Ray. 353 Right, Row 1: I. 'l'l1ompson. P. Mahon, XV. Snow, V. Tar- ninian. Row 2: C. Mickuta. G. Mandell, J. Arhogash, I. Schnapp. Row 3: C. Boch- nik. L. Segcs, L. VV1'ol1lesk1, M. Stime, C. Sullivan. Row 4: O. Selzer. M. Castello. L. Selle-ndel. C. Bafahas. C. XVei- Us Page Fourteen and 6e an top f time lee p 355 Left, Row 1: ll. Chuipek, A. Emma, J. Davis, L. Tierney. F. Campese. Row Z: A, Graniero. V. Peterson, ll. Kcczeg, Miss Adams, H. Har- rington. Row 3: L. Scott. S. Breese, A. Helm. Row 4: E. Freitag, Breezie, Mascot, J. Smith. 356 Right, Row 1: F. llifaniu. V. Ostring, J. Triolo, M. Her- man. Row 2: A. Markesi. A. Fitzgihhuns. 0. Porayko. L. Mroz. Row 3: E. Kowalew- ski. M. Kuehfuss. Y. Blan- benco. Y. l'apandrea, Miss O'Brien. Row 4: B. xxvHlSll. Cf Psimoulis. 362 Left, Row 1: L. Lutz. lf. Jaax, D. Miller, M. Palesch, G. Lawrenz. L. Kuude. Row 2: J. Hanson, R. Panczak. S. Hansen, D. Labancz, G. Hargreaves. Row 3: N. Danis, M. Janowick, C. Sana, B. Hartman, Rf Huntziclier, F. Leschmann. L. Ferrera, li. Lilronti. Nr. Anderson. 36I Right, Row 1: Bliss Thors- son, E. lloering, O. Hurst. U. Schmidt. E. Drake. E. Nie- kamp. Row 2: M. Fayrelius. li. Christensen. Bl. Ahlers, J. Ciaglo, B, Emerson. A. Mi- sina. Row 3: L. Fahringer. Y. Steger. ll. lick. 364 Left, Row 1: D. Rarleinacher. J. Huggins, L, Kurzer, E. Jahnke, ll. J. VVcber, T. Ro- mano. R. Melsheiner. Row 2: R. Chodera. lf. Bracltke, C. Roark. A. Connick, H. Serene. A. Newman, S. Kaczmarek. Row 3: J. Olendzki, E. Zem- rus. M. Connicl-C, L. Tanslci, Nl. Notredt, B. Jacques. Row 4: ff Schoening, VV. Gauger. R. Ernherg. J. Hunt. R. Nolcl, J. Schwab. BI. Schuster, C. XYiese1nnayer. 363 Right, Row 1: M. Hubert. L. Rachanski. M. Beecherer, ll. Scherr. Row Z: L. Sclnnudc. Y. Hecltkc. M. Stramaglia, M. Litrenta. Row 3: Mr. Mueller, E. Planz, J. Spiel- man. E. Kelly. U. Rowe, G. Novak. ll. Poole, L. Schmid. 367 Left, Row 1: CD. Bellezza. ll. Lapp. J. Higham, L. Ser- eno. Sitting: M, Clark. K. l'1aug'lancl. Row 2: R. Koff. L. Lewis, J. Kantzavelus. B. Hall. Row 3: ll. Melzer. li. Holuh. C. Vlalnasli. T. Mol- gaard. J. Manson, Mr. Fre- lich. Row 4: C. Laughlin. B. VVOOI1. C. Bewisrm, Rl. Jahnl-ce. lf. Sadowski. 368 Right. Row 1: L. Hzirtungx Mrs. Hege, B. DcBuer. J. Haak, R. Collins, R. Veara. C. Bjone. M. Damn. B. Hur' don. Row Z: D. Martin. U. Cloud, R. VVeng'er, R. Harris. E. Haas, 1. Kearns, C. Vogt. Row 3: B. VValter, J. Burton. R. Mark. E. Trandel. Page Fifteen s S K P l w r w- ' - ms Uur unde clauwmen learn fa . . . 26l and 262 Rowrlz M. Cimcley, D. Pfeif- ier, D, Homes, B. Engelhard, Ingerillo, V. Kalemha, R. Blasi, B. Bcckcr. Row 2: Miss Sutherland, E. Krogel, S. Bickman. B. Bauer, S. Blau. J. Nclnerncy, C. Ven- ice, B. Hick. Row 3: Mr. Vescl, P. Roesslcr, F.. Brown, l.. Fallon, P. Alberts, VV. Burgess, F. Satton, J. Garner. 256 and 267 Row 1: H. Anderson, l. Cimo. J. Sarney. M. Slezak, S. Bahidian, D. Schultz. Row Z: Miss Gruener, C. Kloska, H. Foss. J. Hancock, T. Fahy, A. Carlson. Row 3: R. Bourbiel. L. Vllagner, D. Ber- thel, P. Steil, D. Marshall, M. Johnson, O, Schmidt. Row 4: Miss Garrison, R. Van Dorpe, XV. Vaughan D. MacAskill, R. Kopfer. 255 Row 1: M. Slaton, T. Slatar- itz, R, Hampton, D. Brandi, G. Alti, G. Girasole. Row 2: S. Seaman, L. Trawinski, XV. Ratzka, N. Totten, VV. Spil- ios, B. Smith. Row 3: I. Xlueller, E. lNlcAleer, C. Pfaf- fendorf. F. LuBien. A. Paul- ing, 1. Kilmer, Y. Fallt. 263 and 266 Row 1: R. Comerford, C. ohnson, L. Trawinski, N. gotten, A. Turney. Row 2: C. Roman, B. Gillespie, L. Romps, J. Huhers. Row 3: Girls-M. Regan, J. Cuaras' cio, A. Kramer, H. Farley. Row 4: Boys'-E. O'Rourke, R. Rokel, E. Boettchcr, G. Klotz, C. Schmidt, E. Pax- son, B. Klavinski. Page Eighteen S Row 1 'u Ll alles l S nson I' 1v O1 :J c Swuboda B Sllllth Row 2 Catsouhs T C xlmms Snnonsm P W and S VN ell 1 usen R I us fm 1 odt I Dorn Row Smetters T C'11txu1,qht T R f.'usl'1ison L Enochs PX 71tLllx D Nlmhds XX Cmnp 1 I 1 w 1 1 Duel son L 1 tenhmdel NI Humphues C Nlusllel T Mennell L Imne Row 2 XI hlch Q Schuh I' Rome J Hexl 1' Ixettcrer R w 3 D Nloux D Ixlem C R 1 As Row 1: K. Lauppe N. Tar, pinian. A. XVoodsidc . Twarowski, L. 7ann. 7. Yann C. Westman L YVest- in I. NYestman Mr. Portle. ow 2: II. Boettcher, 1 . Brady R. Lubway, R. Han' sen D. VVilliams J. Caluhn D. Fuseke E. Vinge. Row 3: S. Krampach M. VN agnex' L. fore M. Lane J. Lestarge C. I.aBello, L. Kowalski, D. Toso. M. Thyiault E. John- son R. Halvorsen. I IA s Row 1: H. Schultz, D. Shep- ard. E. Peters. E. SfCI'l'l1E!', H. Harrington, H. Silvestri, D. Josefson, A. Power, I. Rent- Hcisch. L. Slodkowski, H. Szlapa. Row 2: H. Boyke, A. NYightman, L. Huyck. Y Krumland, P. Mayer. N. Pol- liccioni, P. Benoche, L Schielzeth, J. YValI. M, Schu- macher, J. Lewis. Row 3: B Conklin. G. Emma, D. Diep- house. J. Fahy, F. Arquilla A, Kapsis, R. Allesee, L Kurzcr, E, Iwaszczuk, B Johnson, Mr. Daniels. Row 4' R. Koch, V. Kvinge, ct' Fallt, II. Kent. to Atl' 410119 MAA I B' I L. B. 'l:". D Ch ' s, T. Qwa 5 . ' . Fail mir, D. Tf,l ',1 Gill-. KI 15, ' . ' gl fy. 1" V1 -.VL Ja , . . -'la .i. QPF. " H hr , rl. . I 3: U Nitin. A., Raxvnj H. Battell 1:11 '.:nJc, H l - Ro' : T. z . -. Bt- i, Ur. o J: ". . 'Nfl son, '. ' ' . 1. oj'k. I I , , L X X 9 ' V 9 R3 1 ' xx Page Nineteen eAenIe fficem mining arp Pre 'iThere's something about a soldier" that appeals to everyone. There is a spe- cial appeal on Federal Inspection Day. We are thrilled when We see our soldiers, cadet to the highest ranking officer, strut past proudly in review. This year our pride burst all bounds, for it was the first time the inspection had been held on our own campus. The clear, sunny sky, the fresh green campus, and the cadets in parade dress were an inspiring sight. COMPANY A Row 1: Sitting: P. Breit- spreehcr, A. Goethe, D. NYeb- er, fl. VYaltcr, L. Zenaty, XV. Parisoli, L. Scott. Row 2: Guidon bearer I. Leu, L, jen- sen, C, Donohue, R. Avclerf son, L. Kotowski, E. Plein- iuons. VV, Schroeder, E. Saclowski, C. Todd. I. Smith. Row 3: J. Rose, R, Baltzell. C. Roessl, C. Doering, Ci. Wfahlstetlt, VV. Nyman. K. Eidnes. J. Havmus, Row 4: H. Gross, VV, Sigwalt. E. Mc- Aleer, R. Peters, C. Boi. O. Schmitt. VV. Sabale. T. Hil- legas, H. Bentsen. Row 5: E. Bradtke. D. Fitzgerald, D, Klawitter, H. Onak. R. Sem- row, VV, l.Vysoclci. L. Thom- sen, R. Holbacli. D. Vosechy. COMPANY B Row 1: Sitting: XV. Moeller. VV. Francois, E. Rogers, L. Kocz, R. Klotz. flag-holder-A J. Vandoi-pe. Row 2: R. Smetters, YV. I'x0NV!'1fl1'1l,, M. Powell. B. Darreg, E. Lenz R, Farnsworth. T. Zimmer- man, L. Moskal. R. Zief- man, Row 3: H. VVagner, VV. Martins, G. Bethman, N Lynch. G. Heuriclcsen, I Spielman, XV. Peterson, E VVoodside. J. Hennes. Row 4 J. Shabez, j. Takis. T. Ro mano, E. Johnson, R. Schei be, VV. Vczis. G. Klotz. L XN7Zllfl1'OI'l, Row 5: L. Nelson K, Priestap. E. Planz, R Prischig. A. Russel, F. Tobey D. Bradtke. Page Twenty Page Twenty-one Colo . I pledge allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands. One nation indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. COMPANY C Row 1: Il. XYcnzel. H. Fox'- rell. G. Karth, NY. Selm- macher. Row 2: Flag l7CZl'l'Cl' -X. Carmie. R. Erickson, R. I. Nelson. G. xxvElfSU'l1, I. Hcckiziger, C. Milfuta. A. Karziuth, P. Sclmeelicrgcer. 1. Difjuilio, R. Lavieri. Row 3: TJ. DiCoi'p0, A, Szmclri, M. Just, R. Cloud. XY. Ticker. G. Friendlee, K. Humbrock, L. VYeisS. Row 4: P. McGuire, V. Xxyilgllflf. E, Daley, A. Leapley, R. Vernon. R. lfurawski, F. PZl1'lCS, E. Stev- cnson. COMPANY C Row 1: A. Ylvilliamsen, XY. SCl'll'll'IlL1Cl1Cl', GY. Olliger. Row 2: R, Allesee, R. Hansen, D. Andersen, R. NYilke, I. Rosh, B. Frank. A. Swintelc. C. Schmidt, R, Mcffabe. Row 3: T.. Mnskzilslci. M. Olszowka. C. Gi-iffy. A. Spillcr, Rl. Sime, R. Loftis. L. XViclc, E. Ack- crmann. Row 4: I. lrliizxzsciu, R. Heckinger, D. Johnsen. A. Paliniszlno, ll. Mcfartlly, l.. Mapes, XY. Krebs. Row 5: XY. YYz1llace, U. XVilliams, R. Roy. WM 7' 3,33 NZ? . 2 7,7 7 gf , ,Ei i y KY Qi, ' 'i L 'gf is - EW J an ff 'W ZZSJSQVQL A A ' Q' , www, , , V , I A L ' A f .. . f, I . 4 3 g, , -M, . -yu., s "nv Ewa 3 ' v " f Z- 2 ' 'F Ni O x 4 ,, V, A, . , w 'L ,1 'V' '1 f f " 7 x a' '- DHL., " 5-5 g M ,QW v v v . X1 . . A f vm .X ,f ,Q Q! L fx if . -jxkwf ifxkjf f f' I L ' ix.,-f dx., , , U . n Q 7- . 5 5 . .5 , - ,M ' 4. , . A 'T ' ' ' . " ' ' . 1' k - "W ' ' f , LA I A, F 4. - 3 G ,,, - ' ft 2. ' ' 0 ' ff ' - 1 P . V I . ' ' "' 1 ' 9 561 , 9 'J E? ' . 5? ' 6 '1 U ' QT? 1 T Q! S nv- ! 2 2 5 H 1 M, 5 M we V - nw ,,"1"9' 'W W . 0 , . gi ug ui m L Q Q t , ? h Q? H S 1 h J., K 1, T' . K . .53 if - . Q fr Q W5 wi? .TW ,, 5.5 ,tj K ,A 'k.L ' K . - W "V'7' I . .W ' .M "l , w , K I 'V , Q R R . , 6 - 1 0 . 93' e Q '34 n 1 1 'I' 'fi "": , t wg: avmmq, f Q M 5 x' , Tim A S ' W' , ww M.. Y v A x ' ' . . -. x -n 5 , , ' N l f w .ttingz Miss Dierks. VV. Pur- i i , A . OSX ., . ,cul- Yznelier, XV. Moeller. Stand- g: B. IDCITH, J. XYzxltt-rs. Pre en t 14rmA I The pride of the battalion is the Picked Platoon. Under Capt. Howard Correll they have carried off honors by placing fifth in the annual Platoon Com- petition. Their fautless precision is the result of countless hours of drilling. Every cadet endeavors to become, some day. a member of this unit of experts. The trigger men practice in one of the finest rifle ranges in the city. In the recent Sixth Corps Area Matches these crack shots reached a new peak and brought new honors to the battalion .... The Battalion Staff direct our R. O. T. C. We claim it is an outstanding staff in every Way. It claims the distinction of having the only woman technical ser- geant in Chicago, Miss Pearl Dierks. I' ft f s .X Af", . '!, V X . 1 1 ff BATTALION STAFF r. Sgt. CllflStLPlTtt!'5fjll, ll. erm. H. Mayer. RIFLE RANGE tting: L. XVeiss. H. XYen- 1 KX Pr 1'ir W Qwl Page Twenty-three fl 62" n buf 'M .0 - ml C ,Elf X ta- 'F qv EF Nw- ' c 'ffl , 5 'fm , 'gt pw, ,J I1 1 'Q' Am. a M elif ' I 1:-mul Q ,' " 422' bfi, CWSP' N K? 9 ' 6 Studen t Promptly at the beginning of the tenth period each Thursday the meetings of the Student Council are called to order by the president. The members, representatives of the students, meet to discuss problems which pertain to school. Most of the work of this organization is done through committees, whose activities this year have re- sulted in an unusually active program. The installation of a new public address system, which the school has been enjoying this last semester, was sug- gested by our representatives. An enthusiastic group planned a dinner at the Oak Park Arms Hotel to cele- brate the accomplishments of our football team. Our active council sponsored a talent show of South American theme, conducted its usual award assembly, and presented the school with a Chicago flag. These accomplishments would mean a full calendar for any club, but delegates pictured below found time to dem- onstrate a typical meeting for the benefit of a class at Northwestern University. Pag Twenty-five Council , , ' I v .f f J . Q ' .lf STUDENT COUNCIL OPPIICERS ii I PAST AND PRESENT- "V Sitting: N, Azzato, Pres. JM, Brauer, Sec.: C. Weigel, Pres. Standing: L. Pahlander, Vice Pres.: J. Arcucci. 2nd Vice Pres.: K. Shamlian, Sec.: S. Reader, Treas.: L. Hafe- mann, Treas.: R. Deacon, 2nd Vice Pres. STUDENT CoUNCiL COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN I Row 1: J. Daniel, Student Court: S. Reader. Finance: S. Beaver, Public Relations: L. Reid, Scholarship: N. Azzato, Service Awards. Row Z: R. Deacon. Student Court: L. Pick- artz, Social: V, Kuemmel. Student Gov., Day: A. Larson, Chicago Flag: A. Cassidy, Publicity. Row 3: K. Shamlian, Youth Week: V. Houtsinger, Charter: M. I-lar Project: L. Hafemann, Postal Sav ng Arcucci, Attendance STUDENT COUNCIL NORTHWESTERN GROUP Kneeling: D, Reichman, Sitting on Sidewalk: K, Shamlian. L. Hafemann, M, LaBree. Sit- ting: S, Reader, M. Brauer, S. Beaver, L Reid, A. Larsen, H. Holzem. V. Kuemmel V. Houtsinger, E. Murray, M. Harges. I. Pickartz, M. Young. Standing: C. Weigel R. Deacon, L. Pahlander, Miss Dierks, A. Cassidy. R. Cazda, N. Azzato, V. Nowak. H. Boyke, J. Daniel, F. DiCanio, V. Bartosch, V. Beecher, I. Cherhavy, J, Arcucci, C. Hintz Sitting on Stairs: E. Hofer. Student Cvurt . . . You are innocent until you are proven guilty in our Stu- dent Court Where these stal- wart officers see that justice is meted out. Row 1: Ralph Deacon, Lillian Reid, Jack Daniel, Shirley Reader, Irene Cherhavy. Row 2: Eleanor Hafemann, Lee Shrader, James Arcucci, and Harvey Holzem . . . Bernard Kelly, chief justice of the fall court session, presides over a typical court scene, and a gallery of visitors from Sayre Branch Witness a trial. Page Twenty six national Honor Socie ty A goal aimed for by many but gained by few is membership in the National Honor Society. The fourfold qualifications for membership-scholarship, leadership, service, and character: the stately Initiation Assembly, the festive breakfast held at the end of each semester, and the green tassel on the graduation cap, each and all, demand the admiration and respect of those who are not fortunate enough to qualify as members. JANUARY GROUP Row 1: I. Misiak, A. Pfeiffer, j. XVen1lt, L. Spankenbcll, L. Mattioli. J. Abhs, F. Colton, Miss Braddock. D. Kerster, M. Goulden, V. Miottn, L. Schmidt, I. Green, L. Hjcr- iaas. Row 2: K. Schamher, M. Anderson, Rl. Haubner, S. Combs, M. Liewehr. A. Koch, M. Sadowski, V. Hen- derson, G, Jezierny, A. Vo- syka, E. Samhorski, S. Olson. Row 3: F. Marx, K. Sham- lian. E. Hartnett, B. Brooks, L. Valiquet, N. Larsen, BI. Arntzen, J. Hazucha, V. Ku- bicka, P, Hennes. Row 4: R. VVilhelm, H. llueller, B. Sla- pak. R. Thake, D. Laufer, VV. Porter. INITIATION ASSEMBLY Mr. O'Hcarn congratulates the Honor Society members for their achievements here and there around thc school. Every semester new students are initiated into our chapter of the national organization. JUNE GROUP Row 1: M. Favia. D. Jensen R. Piiester, N. Heinemann, K. Neulcirch, R. Burton. Miss Braddock, L. Stawarz, J. Ca- ruso. V. Baske. C. Groom. L. Ottinan. Row 2: L. Sclira-der, lf. Mcllcrinott, P. Anklam, Y. Horse. L. Harder, L. Reid, M. Hayden, E. Belt- nian. I. Cardone. R. llchnuth. L. Herrmann, S. Johnson. R. Zimnierniann. L. Schultz. Row 3: C. McCann. S. She- lesna. l. Lorenz, F. Kotfila. C. Ferris. H. Christianson, 1. Sorentino. F. Kustron, Xl. Braucr, D. Pader. L. Schir- mann. Row 4: H. Norain. N. Azzato, E. Schicht, D. XVeh- lau, L. Clolaszewksi. J. Dob- son, L. Marsolais, Bl. Comp- all, J, Peters. I. Lowe, A. Kowalski, A. Lalierla. Page Twenty-seven V L V z whip ..-. , ,E ' Q I , . lll gfif xrh, - .3 Q 42-1 ' N532 51 , - Wg., H . M ..., 9 I , 321' if Egg, A A V -six , Y Y f xh, : ' Rf 5' L, .iw , Q b E ' f sw 5 75' " . , QW, A 3' l 5-gym 11 ,, ,fk .mem ., 6 , w . A - fi? ,, ,,gj2!w f r - ML. f 1 ka ug- 3-vi, ' f,,r i vazikgk 'H . ,ff ' N , g . ' 'ggi s ' g , A K I S v as 'V . , V . V - , 4, J Eli, f M . 7 .F ,- W W J" ,. K' ' . 4 ' . ' W ,Mfg 'L ' sg' Ein' ' UM r . 5 . at - KA , V., 5 ' Q. - Q Q - s.,- L g r- f 2 , s , .W 2 - 1 ,I A I . 44 .il - . lk' , , Mg . gh A ,, ' .ffgfw M , - Q W 1 gy A L N 5:5 x "5 ' 'A H: i f, it 3' .1 I 1 . A iff : . t, 1- W , , ' - J f. ,4-Y' g, .- Jw., . .. Qs Q1 f .. nie? 5 0 Qi- was yu n yr: g ' 1 f M, ' 'SKY 11 wif ism 'Qf'.f, 225253: as Y X , R A A ' , L- Hrszasfffs, 32 ,1 3 , 1 9- x fmfzffz-3'15i"t1's2.1-uf--K',yf,4.f '-,' ' giiiyfifiytifxwgffb .QW 0 .4 f5,jfgfg,ff' " ug. lu! , A W if-l f' fwxzxzsn., , '- ' - .,.?21ifg55ag?f5f T sf' ,J -ji fLY?5:g5555r?55g?5332531: gas?-ggygveaififgfoi ' Q- gffgffffgfsszggzg Assam f'1ffa3,51g2Siafg,:fA , '-filffiffmiw we 1 gmiliif as ,eziiw ,M Lemw' 4 fl 2211222225 E 45 fm a , W 5333? W Sa T333 ' ' 5 ff., - cam- .3 , A X 2 . QA W nr f 1 - Af? 5 -E . A 1 43.2 Q , mfg Q 1 Kadgeaf, 'Hake tA, and ?undA . . . A ire drill speedily carried out and perfect order in the halls bring smiles to the faces of our fire marshals and po- lice. Row l: T. Callas, Chief of Police, J. Corona, Chief of Eire Marshals, D. Bovio, l. McDonough, E. Gruhn. Mr. Herrick. Row 2: M. Johnson, E. Gonzalez, Ass't Chief, R, Rossi, R. Kriete, M. Stramaglia. Row 3: R. Carlson, K. Johnson, J. Smith, B. Kelly, W. Pry- tell. Row 4: J. Malmazian. A. Dardarian, Ci. Domutz, R. Rinehart, L. Kruse. The Ed- gar Borup Committee sold tickets: We heard a fine con- cert, and the R.O.T.C. gained two new rifles. Row l: B. Knauss, E. Damasco, P. Lust- garten. Row 2: K. Smith, L. Paulsen, J. Asquini, Pres., E. Nicalose, D. Randall. Row 3: B. Engelhard, B. Bauer, H. Wandke, C. Ern- sting, P. Alberts, A. Steinke. . . . At Thanksgiving time our donations to the poor are collected by these hard Work- ing Junior Service Girls, ROW l: H. Anderson, L. Lutz, R. Kezele, L, Schmid, V. Kuemmel, Sec., V. Chra- mer, Pres., E. Christensen, Treas., A. Behnke, V. Pres., V. Kalemba, L. Paulsen, A. Larsen. Row 2: J. Higham, A. Szutiak, B. Engelhard, N. Janda, E. Wall, C. Glich, P. Evvald, R. Koff, L. Hartung, I. Sampou, D. Randall, Miss Drake, Row 3: L. Johnsen, J. Tierney, E. Olsen, S. Neu- enfeld, M. Nicol, R. Handzel, B. Hall, E. Krogel, H. Farley, L. Seges, R. Ekquist. Row 4: J. Salyers, E. Doering, A. Bayer, B. Alberts, B. Wood. L. Fallan, L. Eahringer, I, Cherhavy, M. Ahlers, R. Monuszcak. JANUARY 4A's Row 1: Sitting on Hoof: A Vosyka, I.. Schmidt. S Combs. Row 2: Sitting: I- Spzmkeuhcll. J. Green, S. Ol sou, Ill. Gouldeu, L. Ahreng TJ. Lohff. F. Marx, K Schamber, G. fezierny. I Vllenclt, J. Misialc, Row 3: M Anderson, ,L Goodrich, N Larshn, A. Koch, Mrs Boughton, L. Yaliquet. OFFICERS Row 1: P. llcnues, P1'es.g Xl Arntzen, Treas. Row 2 Staudingrc F. Kotfila. V Pres.: M. Licwielir. Scc.g B Harrison, Sgt.-at-Arms. Sitting: S. Sllelcsna. F, Kot fila, L. Colaszewslci, Stand ing: V. Chramer, P.,May. a if I I W 3A's AND 4B's Row 1: V. Cliramer, F. Ems ley, L,. Schmid. J. Higham, li Byles, E. Hofcr. P. May, B johzmsoil. R. Kczelc, L Tierney, L. Lutz, Row 2: V Ostriug, KI. Hanson, TJ Poole, V. Kuemmel, A Szutiak. L. Sages. E. Olsen Rl. Nicol, R. Mziruszcak. R Hanrlzel. A. Bayer, V H c cl t k c, E. Christensen Row 3: L. Kelly, A. Behnke D. Rowe, Gillwert. L Cher havy. M. Ahlcrs. S. Ray. F Wvall, B. Hall. Page Thirty if Lll L .44 it kvjk .Afl i 1 J .. if . 1 a .. QE 1 an ba afafnellezi The Mothers' Day Tea, the ldentification Picture Project, and the plans for furnish- ing the civics room were overshadowed this year by the high-light of the Dardanelle season. The Round-Up Committees were formed and plans were made early in the season for a gala party and reunion of Dardanelle members on the evening of January 9, 1941, at the Oak Park Arms Hotel. One hundred seven girls met to renew old friendships and to make new ones. There were career girls and mothers, professional women and students present. Prom the oldest members, the 1935 group, to the newest, the 1941 group, all declared it a Hne beginning of an annual Round-Up. Reid. Page Thirty-one .Y M... m,, .m.. ,. -,.,a..W..- -.--- wwm......e.,.,.. y.m-sense.,-,unless-s....,,...wm . s-, -:M ROUND-UP COMMITTEE Sitting on Hoor: ,T Wendt A. Vosyka, Row 1 T Abbs L. Valiquet, B. Ch is Larsen, S. Olson. Row 2 B Harrison, B. Johanson 1 JUNE 4As Row 1:' B. Poley, D Wlouis M. Favia. Row 2: L Ottman C. Grezlik. M. Steil R Bul ton, K. Neukirch. I Caruso L. Ilerrmann. Row 3 C' Tveter, L. Braun, I1 Chris tiansen. M. Hayden L Reid 1. Cardone, L, Harder Row 42 P. Anklam, D. VVehl'iu 11. Bennett, E, Beltman N1 Goebel, E. lNIiller. C. McCann Row 5: A. Kowalski A Evangelism, I, Lowe 11 Car ry, E. Schieht, L. Schirniann Row 6: C. Ferris. R 91211111 D. Lanier, P. Kelly v A f aa' W mm as My Qgifgimgmwii .fp 5 2 fi- 3:gf 4? v ' uf wi e,, xv gy? 1? " We Z2 ew A+-M-53355, we er f f ma- if ' M fwmww . 'gay 1 ,. ,gs ,awp-. ar kL,,4 W2 Q9 ki' A 'Swv ry, 5 e w MA 5 ,MM M .sw .J MJ? 4 si, M551 w 41 Office S I- ice HYes, We'll look up the program and send you a copy ...her division is 268 . .. you're Welcome" . . , This is the pleasant routine job of the Oflice Service Girls . . . They are also personal secretaries to the teachers and assistants to the clerks in the office . . . Because of the practice this work affords, the club has many enthusiastic members who enjoy their Work. OFFICE SERVICE CLIIU, FEB. Row 1: R. Kezele, A. Larsen, E. Tnnm N. Larsen. M. Kiney, Miss Rompf, . XVinzcnhollei', E. Christiansen, L. tt- man. V. Chramer. S. Olson. Ro 2: L. Schmudc. L. Reid, C. Sullivan C. Yenice. L, Hartung, R. Koff, P. nl: ani, M. Turkowslci. E. Miller. Row 1 J. IIedtke, V. Yassallo, P. May. L. S i Y. Iohansoii. L. Ciolaszewslci, Il. . . R. Berns. S. Johnson. Row S. Ray, P. Alberts, G. Link. IU. Rm' E. I ner- ing, L. Kelly. I.. Kasliul. J. Iik'el'en, H. Farley. J. Manson. Row . we. R. xvill1SlITl. M. BIori'ison b. .rom rich. l YiPond. F, XYall, ll. Battia, I OFFICE SERVICE OFFICERS Row 1: Y. Knenimcl, Treas.g III. Alilcrs, Sec.: U. VVood. Vice I'1'es.g L. Falirin- get. Pres. JUXE OFFICERS I X OFFICE : Lois Schmidt, Treasurerg Lois Ann Fahringer, Secretary: Lillian Reid, Vice-Presidentg Lillian Kampfe, President. OFFICE SERVICE CLUB, JUNE Row 1: Y. Znllo. D. Dieplmnse. N. Falmhri. F, McDermott. ll. J, Steil, E. Knoll. L. Lutz. I.. Paulsen, O. LaVean. T. Knoll. Row 2: KI. Trzaslca. Ila- masco. N. Ravensheck, E. Lanschlie. XY. Bennett, II. Huska. O. Kgishnl, I. Schnapp. IV. Cazda. L. Sages. D. Stenn- feld. Row 3: I. Lewis. II. Puccia, C. Wallace. S. Pugacar. M, 'l'u1'l:owski, I.ongo. H. Nikifm'ow. L. 'l'rai'owslci. R. Zarrillo. B. IIa1'rison. Row 4: IC. Mur- ray. L. Fallon. D. Lanier, E. Olsen. Page Thirty-ihree , Mf Clean - Z1 Campaign Most of the work of the Clean-Up Campaign is carried on by the committees. Each committee has a particular job. One gives an annual clean-up play of Steinmetz and presents short, comic skits at neighboring elementary schools. One takes pictures of unsightly sections of the community before and after the campaign. Another holds slogan contests and compiles a beautiful scrap book containing records of the activity of the campaign. BUILDING AND BOOK COMMITTEE J. Kramer. EXECUTIVE BOARD Row 1: Miss Utzig, VV. Melgaard, M. Brauer, K. Shamlian, T. Ferrier. Row 2: B. Dressler, B. Balswick, A. Kowalski. ASSEMBLY AND CONTACT COMMITTEE Schwalh. Page Thirty-four Row 1: J. Snow, R. Gaisor, F. Arquilla. NV, Jensen, B. Hubert. Row 2: F, Diilanio, L. Kampfe, I. Cztrtlone. L. Brennwald, I. Frye. Row 3: L. PauS, R. Diephouse, V. Morse, E. Johnson, Row l: ll. Stein, E. Hofer, A. Bayer. L. Uafemann, E. Hafemann. V. Sloan. C. Hanson, I. Gottstein, R. Gregorio. Row 2: L. Ravenfeld, A. Larsen, A. Davonelos, J. Spann, M. Kent, M. Lec- larc, F. Emsley, G. Kaloniiris. E. Lar- son. Row 3: J. Collier, S. Beaver, L. Johnson, V. Steger, V. Houtsinger, D. McCartney, B. Slapak, D. Laufer, H. Stage few K. Johnson, Co-Chief Technician, and L. Murcek are at the pul- leys. These boys are the effi- cient stage crew mana- gers-L. Fahlander and M. Harges. R. Prisching and O. Schmidt HX the flood- lights. With Scenery, J. Mc- Coy and N. Cizek adjust the scenery. l. Sandback and W. Gar- barino get ready for a program and R. Erick- son and S. Krampach get ready for Silver Streak pictures. When HTesting l-2-3-4" echoes throughout the assembly hall, we know that the stage crew is on the job as usual. Adjusting the "mike", turning on the floodlights, and raising the curtain are only a few of the tasks of these willing workers. Mr. Chas. Gecan, the director, has organized a proficient system for taking care of stage technicalities. Steinmetz program committees know they can send an order for stage settings and stage properties and have it filled expertly by the stage crew. Page Thirty-five sf 4 -4144.-5.-...W , -4 .. 9.414 . .4 f- -145,-4.-- .. .44 14ggLf..3g 4 . , . . .4.4.i-,-:' .4.. , -.,g+e4j45.g:1gg-xagbi-if,354 Hin-..-rf ' Tiff. 4.i,1w24F.+f:,q?4 .4 '44::.4us14444 4 --4. 4 4--1-.4-41:4-. J: 44.9, 4.4144 .4 -,Q 4 . -. ., 4 . wr Q4 4 .. .4 144- ,,..,. ,Fc-'.c4 .41 "3??4v:.:-5.2:1444-.QQQN44-4 1.14 ' . 4454441542-14'-4 . if 4444 - -.44,17fg.4-.f44- 44fg4j4.4 ,ey -53.2-Q. 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'1+'f.E,4?4y 53.5.4411 ,F i f 2.1 44-E-7Yf4g4 4 ' i?i?5iLiQi3ilig5--Q 4' ' ..,V.--.4-4..-. .-- ---wr 4. 2:41441 4'lA75Lf14f1Y-iiflw' Xu-7,14 1. 4 4x ::.,1-A, 4 Sf1'Jvr??-43.1+512,753.4,-L . .- 411m -Q'-..14.5.-.1214 4, 4 123. 4.5i"5?flC7ff P! ' 'X 45552 Wf5iQii44'E34.4 -if ' X421'12-?:4?r:'4Q:m4'.'2.' ' 4 ,-345. -5332 .1-Y '4 MJ .-554: I-QT? .5 L-ha., 4 .4453 ':"f5 si.-.4 4. 4- 'i4 gif 31.414 if .5 22' 1424" 54. 4 441:-. 4i.'... X ...ag 1.- I Page Thirty-eight JANUARY CLASS CCJMMITTEES Jewelry and Announcement-Roy Casper, Betty Campbell, Walter Modrezewski, Mervin Thompson, Robert Meinke, Robert Buckles, George Kasten. Prom-June Hazucha, Reno Tondelli, chairman: Lillian Gehanian, Bernard Kelly, Doris Mae Kerster, Romolo Rossi, Frank Favia, Alfred Bergman, Marge Stromberg, Tony Dardarian, Jeanne Carr, Edward Harrigan, Dorothy Skawina, Roy Johnson. Cap and Gown-Betty Reego, June Eggert, Jayne Edberg, Edith Medford, Elmer Draver, Lois Chapp, John Turney. Class Day, Class Will and Prophecy-Louise Mattioli, chairman: Marge Stramaglia, Lillian Napier, Mervin Thompson, Robert Meinke, Norma Larsen, Jean Hapanovich. Class Day Luncheon-Jean Maki, Marilyn Wellhausen, Irene Murphy, Margaret Sadow- ski, Lois Valiquet, Jean Stone, Sally Combs, Mildred Heil, Steve Walker, Marge Stromberg, Jerry Robinson, Vyolette Hogstrom, Violet Mall, Charlotte Koy. Gift and Finance-Vera Kubicka, chairman: Alvin Richards, Lorayne Schmidt, Anita Vosyka, Mary Goulden, Frank Colton, Erwin Baylie. Commencement-Shirley Kummers, Lois Chapp, Marge Liewehr, Florence Field, Lor- ayne Schmidt, John Budin, Marge Gerlicher. Commencement Speakers: Marielyn Arntzen, chairman: Ray Rinehart, Roy Casper, Doris Mae Kerster, Mary Kapsis, Walter Modrezewski, Bernard Kelly. HARRY MUELLER, pr-esi- dent . . . presided over class meetings with linesse . . . RAY RHINEHART, vice- president . . . handsome Ray gave service with a smile . . . VERA KUBICKA, treasurer . . . cheerfully collected inter- nal revenue . . . VIVTAN GREEN, secretary . . . kept minutes with the precision of a clock . . . MISS MARY R. McTlGUE, counselor . . . gained eternal gratitude from the class for her many hours of service for them. She will live in their memory as a sincere friend. Page Thirty-nine Tlfef . . . we made it! Walter Borowski Alvina C. Botheroyd Dolores G. Bovio Blanche B. Brooks Robert M. Buckles john Budin, Jr. Joseph Calaiiore, Jr. Betty M. Campbell Roy J. Carlson Jeanne R. Carr Roy W. Casper Anne F. Ceccarelli Page Forty June A. Abbs Leona H, Ahrens Gerda F. Albertson Berndt A. Anderson Marilyn G. Anderson Walden D. Anderson Julius Ardinger Marielyn E. Arntzen Mario Battistoni Josephine G. Baur Erwin G. Baylie Alice A. Behounek Elsa S. Bengtson Jane H. Benson Ann L. Berge Alfred R. Bergmann Bette J. Bidstrup Louise M. Birkholz Wayne P. Blue Rose Marie Boeykens JUNE A. ABBS, Radio Talent Scoutsgheads up! June is heading your way . . . her sense of humor keeps her friends in stitches . . . Treas. Nat'l Honor Society, Dardenelles, Stein Sten. Senior Choir . . . LEONA H. AHERNS, Lee's spice of lifega fast game of tennis . . . aimless rushing annoys her . . . a clever conversationalistfher ideal . . . Dardcnelles, G.A.A. . . . GERDA F. ALBERTSON, Gerda's dream of 'tAll This and Heaven Tooufdancing and blondes . . . "Number Please" will be a common phrase to Gerda . . . Stein Sten, Local History, Pan American, tl.A.A .... BERNDT A. ANDERSON, A futu1'e electrical engineer . . . desires success in all of his tasks . . . no talents, no clubs, no hohbiesfsofno hits, no runs, no errors . . . MARILYN G. ANDERSON, College hei' aim . . . loud boys-taboo . . . mountainous sun- daes with fluffy whipped cream are Stops" with Marilyn . . . Nat'l Honor Society, Dardenelles, Student Council. Sec. Alchenistein, Treas. Math Club, Pres. Pre-Medics . . . WALDEN D. ANDERSON, Specializes in collecting telephone numbers . . . bashful "XYallyl' avoids conceited girls . . . has an optimistic outlook on everything . . . wants to be a master machinist . . . JULIUS ARDINGER, "Julie" steers clear of people who betray confidence . . . a second Stanley lrlacli . . . a thick. juicy steak smothered with onions means supper to him . . . lloys' Choir . , . MARIELYN E. ARNTZEN, Teaching to add and multiplyf-'her goal . . . pineapple. whipped-cream sodasfboon companions of Marielyn . . . has a passion to see Steinnietz beat Austin-soon . . . Sec. N.H.S., Treas. Dardanelles. 4A Judge . . . MARIO J. BATTISTONI, Pro golfers watch out for HBat'7 . . . dotes on dancing and sports . . . rnoodfindigo in the rain . . . looks up to President Roosevelt . . . here comes a soldier! . . . Italian Club , . . JOSEPHINE G. BAUR, "Joyll eats and enjoys her own cooking . . . plays the pianofnever had a lesson . . . clutters closets with old hunting guns . . .. shuns hot-dog stands . . . G.A.A. . . . ERWIN G. BAYLIE, He soon will be 'ihead Chef Erwinl' . . . master of the ping-pong paddle . . . Crooner Crosby captivates him . . . his claim to fame is-personality plus . . . Student Council . . . ALICE A. BEHOUNEK, Hr-Xl" is a welcome addition to the comptometry world . . . a birthday card Fiend . . . yearns for the wild and woolly VVest . . . Silver Streak. Pen and Ledger, G.A.A .... ELSA S. BENSTON, Viill make her mark in the world as a court reporter . . . bowling is "right up hei' alley" . . . carefree Elsa is a loyal friend . . . Student Council, Local History, German Club . . . JANE H. BENSON, Secretaryfthen housewife-she hopes . . . swimming and dancing keep her busy . . . A'Go VVest" is Janels motto , . . gathers gorgeous greeting cards . . . Office Service, Local History . . . ANN L. BERGE, 'Aflone with the VYind"- move over! here comes Ann with her new book . . . noisy gum chewers rouse her ire . . . Pan American Club, G.A.A .... ALFRED R. BERGMANN, "Calling Doctor Bergmann" will be a well known phrase to him . , . strums the strings in his spare time . . . humorous people keep "Alu happy . . . girls, he knows all the new jitterbug steps . . . BETTE J. BIDSTRUP, Shelli decorate your home some day . . . gum crackers donlt get to first base with "Bet" . . . perfect post cards please her . . . Student Council, Visual Ed., G.A.A .... LOUISE M. BIRKHOLZ, "Lou" aspires to surgical nursing . . . she's enthusiastic about Spencer Tracy . . . delights in burying her nose in a history book . . . this Intellectual collects poems . . . G.A.A. . . . WAYNE P. BLUE, VVith his feet propped on his desk he will act the part of a "big executive" . . . orchids to "Blne." he dotes on homework . . . consumes chop suey--part Chinese? . . . ROSE MARIE BOEYKENS, Tall blonde and handsome is the man for 'LPosey" . . . XVaikiki calls her . . . the name Rose doesn't agree with her-Daisy does . . . Student Council, French Club. WALTER BOROWSKI, . . . to satisfy him serve BOTHEROYD. Vie have Milleids rhythm . . . "Vine Airplanes will be more streamlined-f'XVally" is going to build them corn-on-the-cob and chicken . . . Press Club . . . ALVINA C. another "comptometrist" in our midst . . . dances gracefully ot Glen " is at home on the back of a horse . . . G.A.A .... DOLORES G. BOVIO, "Dee'l will make a pert private secretary . . . does some fancy rug-cutting in her spare I time . . . votes for Glen Miller-too . . . G.A.A., Police . . . BLANCHE B. BROOKS, Plans to toe the mark as a librarian . . . Blanche is among the mighty legion of stamp collectors . . . e and here-'s a ravioli eater who likes ice cream . . . l're-Medios, Student Council, Library Club . . . ROBERT M. BUCKLES, A Benny Goodman fan is HBuck" . . . breezes through life and enjoys every minute of it . . . a commercial artist in the making . . . drama intrigues him . . . Green Curtain Players . . . JOHN BUDIN, "Junior's" aiming at being a Ubig boss" . . . an ardent Vl'hite Sox fan . . . delights in basking in the sun and sleeping . . . Boys' Choir, Student Council, Fire Marshal . . . JOSEPH CALAFIORE, The future may hold oflicer's bars in the army for . NJoe" . . . delights in musical moments . . .a sunny climate for him . . . hopes to travel to Egypt . . . Concert Band, Sigma Quad . . . BETTY M. CAMPBELL, "Cam" will devote her life to social work. . . loathes superiority complexes. . . the future is a question to Betty . . . Student Council. Silver Streak. Pre-Medics, Pin and Ring Committee . . . ROY J. CARLSON, "Charlie McCarthy" hates to wait . . . what would Hfirowing Painsl' have been without him . . . any job with little work and much pay appeals to happy-go-lucky Roy . . . Green Curtain Players . . . JEANNE R. CARR, 4'Blondie" will be a beauty operator. . . later will be the housewife's shining example . . . Green Curtain Players, Student Council, G.A.A., Red Cross . . . ROY W. CASPER, Magnetic personality and intellectual power are his . . . a future Paderewskighelll also try his hand at writing . . . went to Springfield by way of a theinefnice to be a winnei' . . . President of Polish Club . . . ANNE F. CECCARELLI, "Moen will be a girl with a smile in her voice. . . owns an album chuck full of perfect pictures . . . Errol Flynnfher modern Robin Hood . , . Italian Club, C.A.A. mn Forty-one LOIS B. CHAPP, Peppy "Loc-y" fills her days with fun and her stomach with steak and onions Lois B . , . hopes to be an air stewardess . . . Chairman 4B Social Committee. Vice-Pres. Roller Streaks ' . . . EDWARD F. CHERMEL, "Termite" trembles at the sight of cut slips. but he relaxes with Edward Chefmel cream puffs and coffee . . . will balance the books some day as a Certified Public Accountant . . . zygrnunt M- an ardent radio fan . . . ZYGMUNT M. CHMIELEWSKI, Hopes for a bright future as an JOl'1I'1 C. Choplan instructor in the U. S. Army Air Corps . . . collects coins and adores fried chicken . . . Polish Club, Engineers' Club, Student Council . . . JOHN C. CHOPLAN, uChop" wants to travel around the world in a sailboat . . . hates people who say "I told you sol" . . . apple pie and deer hunting are his favorites . . . Movie Operators' Club , . . BERNICE E. CHRIST, "Success" is this stenographcr's motto . . , her dancing feet have taken her east and west . . . Dardanelles, Junior- sa-me snififmr Coimcii, starr sm, Red ci-OSS, G.A.A .... VINCENT J. CINQUEGRANI, Bernice E- Chffst 1 "Vin" plans to spend his life doing research work on the magnetic wave . . . likes landscapes, V1HCCnt Clflqllegfalll paintings, and Flowers . . . Engineers' Club, Pan American Club, Pre-Nlcdics . . . BERNICE E. Bernice Clohsey CLOHSEY, To be a private secretary is f'l3ea's" goal . . . foreign post cards intrigue her . . . poor Fr . . . ank B. olton jokes annoy her . . . likes Richard Greene, and llZ'lV1Ilg a good time . . . German Club, G.A.A. . . . C FRANK B.COLTON, Plans to be a chemical engineer . . . enjoys reading, movies, and music, and finds time in his busy life for photography and stamp collecting . . . Pres, Alchemstein, N.H.S.. Student Council . . . SALLY A. COMBS, The bell in the little red school house beckons this future 'Kschool marmm . . . "Love nie, love my dog," says Sally . . . N.H.S., Darda- 'l1i5IlfgS, Stpdentilgouncil, tl-atinl1Club . JOSEITH C. iCOR?NA, Jtie's favot-rite pisti4niiT Cornbs p io ograpiy ant easing ie girs . , . enjoys rave mg ani mee ing peope . . . nts acmiraie qualities in "Yehudi" , , , Chief of Fire Marshals, Chief of Police . . . CATHERINE M. CORSO, Joseph porona "Ginger" snaps as a rug-cutter . . . would like to wield the little black stick . . . lN'lan's ego gets Catherine M- Corgo her goat . . pork chops and mashed tatersemmm! . . . G.A.A .... JAMES H. CRAIG, A big JHTIICS H. Cfalg office. a beautiful secretary. and feet propped on a deskfthaes Jimmygour future business man . . . he's an lrishman and a firm believer in fairness . . . DONALD H. CRUMPLER, Crump's ambition is to be a better man than he was a student . . . VVill Rogcrs'his ideal . . . likes sports, girls and plain clothes . . . collects stamps . . . FRANK S. CZERWINSKI, "Cherry,' is our up-and-coming. professional baseball player , . . likes swing music as much as hc dislikes classical musicfand that's a lot . . . admires Tom Harmon . . . CARMELO A. D'AMICO, Donald H- Crumpler "Cammy" hopes to settle down and 'play the part of a perfect husband . . . he likes parties, and Frank S, CZefWif1Ski horseback riding . . . imitations of cat. bird and duck calls are his specialty . . . ADELINE T. Carmelo A. D'AIfI-lico DANTA, f'Rusty" likes them tall, dark, and handsome . . . plays the piano and sings a little - . . . the business world looks good to her . . . G.A.A .... DANIEL W. DAY, Delights to work Adeline Danta with electrical apparatus . . . we may have a master chemist here . . . excellent swimmer and ping-pong player . . . Alchenistein, Pre-Meclics, Swimming Team . . . LORRAINE M. DEAN, "Lori", hopes to find her ideal man and settle down . . . an enthusiastic dancer and sportswoman . . . Spencer Tracy and apple pie are "tops" with her . . . German Club, Local History . . . MARGE M. DI CORPO, "Babel, specializes in different excuses for cut-slips . . . an athletic Daniel W. Day lass who will settle down as a home girl . . . adores casual, tailored clothes ...' l talian Club L . M D . . . FLORENCE M. DOMINE, New books fascinate this future librarian . . . prefers sociable orralne ' eau and humorous people . . . hobbies are collecting stamps and developing muscles . . . Student Marge M. D1 Corpo cimiiicii, Red ci-055, 1.ibi-ary Club. Florence M. Domine GEORGE DOMUTZ. "Capt Midnight" likes hot dogs. steaks and "screaming" clothes . . his ideal is his mother . . . a future football coach . . . came to Steinmctz from Michigan . . . Football team, Basketball team . . . ANN M. DONIGIAN, Hopes to win acclaim as an accountant . . . has attended school in California . . . 'fSlim" admires Jasha Hcifitz and enjoys listening to his violin . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten, French Club . . . NARBEY DONIGIAN, "Nibs" is a collector of rare coins . . . his ambition is to become a successful printer . , . participates in all ti d sports . . . hopes to travel throughout the Cnited States . . . DOROTHY L. DROSSEL, HDot's" spare moments are filled with window shopping or reading . . . likes jewelry . . . will design clothes in the future . . . will attend college . . . Library Club. Math Club . . . JAYNE EDBERG, "Lady Chubs" comes from Schurz . . . will be a receptionist . . . over-energetic gum chewers annoy her . . . collects odd jewelry . . . Senior Choir, G.A.A.. 4B Social Committee JUNE L. EGGERT. Shiapperelli is "Youngun's" rival . . , rustles grub in spare time . . . her tapping toes also suit the stirrups . . . loathes the combination-'high heels and anklcts . . . d Senior Choir, Fencing, G.A.A .... CLARENCE R. ELLIOTT, "Dick" will he another pp Certified Public Accountant . . . he's traveled thc country 'round . . . model women in his life are lNIyrna Loy and Miss Boller . . . enjoys all sports . . . Student Council . . . ROBERT G. ERICKSON, Future aviator-fand this should help him fulfill his ambition to see the United States . . . quiet and demure lassies rate high with him . , . Superman is ideal person , . . BETTY R. ESSEN, Bet:-y would be a fashion illustrator . . . detests gossips . . . delights in movies and chocolate cake. piefor what have you? . . . spends spare time singing and drawing . . . ANGLIN M. FAVARRO, An ardent "womens rights" supporter . . . she's thrilled by . . . Laurence Olivier . . . corresponds with people in foreign countries . , , hopes to be a nurse . . . Girls' Choir, Italian Club . . . FRANK A. FAVIA, Steinmetfs gift to dance bands . , . excels i11 "skirt-beatingnffdrumming to posterity . , , this popular member of Renols Off Beats is the delight of Steinmetz jitterbugs . . . Prom Committee . . . LORRAINE H. FEHLHABER. "Lolly" will be contented when she attends opera in formal dress on the arm of a celebrity . . enjoys singing and dancing . . . a future beautician . . . Green Curtain l"layei's, Girls' Choir. ' Page Forty-two George Domutz Ann M. Donigian Narbey Donigian Dorothy L. Drossel Jayne Edberg June L. Eggert Clarence R. Elliott Robert G. Erickson Betty R. Essen Anglin M. Favaro Frank A. Favia Lorraine H. Fehlhaber Page Forty-three ha' itlf new to llA Homework, laeadaclam, jim? , J f-ff 51- f.zfCf1.Jf .:" AJ s 55" laeartaclae I 6ut. . Elmer P. Griner Edith V. Gruhn john H. Hancock Arthur L. Hansen Levan R. Hansen Olga J. Hapanovich Edward Harrigan La Verne V. Hartj Eileen B. Hartnett Margaret E. Haubner June R. Hazucha Mildred E. Heil Page Forty-four Esther Feigenbaurn ESTHER FEIGENBAUM, XYill be an efficient private secretary in the future , : . dislikes being annoyed uhile listening to the radio . . . enjoys good movies or a cozy winter evening at Florence C. Field home . . . tI.A.A. . . . FLORENCE C. FIELD, 'gShorty" likes dancing, horscback riding. and Florence Flsher I Deanna Durbin . . . an expert gum chewer . . . will be a nurse and hopes to marry a doctor . . . BCITIICC FYHHCOIS Office Secretary, li.A.A .... FLORENCE C. FISHER, 'tFlo" won't be happy until she tours Lane High School . . . enjoys dancing and loyal friends . . . conceited boys bother her . . . delights in s-port clothes . . . G.A.A ..., BERNICE F. FRANCOIS, Hopes to be a nurse , . . lfkes olives. potato salad. and sports . . . declares getting' up in the morning is an ordeal . . . Red Cross. C.A.A .... RUSSELL T. FRANKLIN, 'KA millionaire overnight" is Russell's motto . . . this sly photographer will snap your picture when you are not looking , , . people with Russell Franklin "gray matter" take a prize with Russ . , . Fire llliarshal . . . MARIAN G, FREDRICKSON, Marian Fredrickson "llimplt-s" in the future will greet you at the dentists office . . . likes swinnning, and driving - cars . . . is a talented developer of X-ray platcs . . . scws in sparc moments . . . ARTHUR H. Arthur Freltag , FREITAG, A confirmed bachelor and six feet of manhood is i"Bud" . . . professional howling Harold J- Froehllg attracts him . . . neatly dressed people please him . . . Captain of Bowling Team . . . HAROLD J. FROEHLIG, To "Harry"-steak smothered in onions is a delight . . . dreams of a beautiful blonde fill his head . . . looks ahead to four more years of school . . . Boys' Choir . , . LORETTA I. GARREAU, Has a desire to travel . . . e11joys playing her clarinet and corresponding with foreign friends in a far away land . . . would like to become an accountant . . . Steinmetz Concert Band . . . MARY A. GARVY, Plans to be a hard working typist . . . LOI'ett3 Garreau blackboard scratchers send shivers racing down her spine . . ,tchocolate sundaes and dance music Mary Gafvy "go over big" with Mary . . . Local History Club . . . LILLIAN GEHANIAN, Plans to put Gehanian students through the old 1-2-3-4 exercises . . . indulges in pork chops and onions . . . 'tfiehaneyl' Marge A Gerlicher delights in "tripping the light fantastic" . . . Prom Com, Letter tiirl, Treas, G.A.A .... MARGE ' A. GERLICHER, Friendly Marge's talents have not yet been discovered . . . a future private secretary . , . Swedish people appeal to her . . . dislikes people with no sense of humor . , . Student Council, Alchemstein . . . CLARENCE O. GESCHKE, VVe'll bc hearing from "Farmer Clarence" soon . . . dreams of a wide and spacious farm out in one of our western cattle states . . . bashful belles bore "Bud" . . . HELEN P, GLASS, "iPat" likes tall boys, convertible coupes, and good dance music . . . a future milliner . . . her ideal is her classmate, June Abba . . , enjoys dancing Clarence O' Geschke and swimming . . . G,A.A., Hall Guard. Librarian . . . ARTHUR L. GOBLE, 'tArt" will be Helen Glass one of our unsung heroesfa railway mail clerk . . . a Yokum of Dogpatchgloves his pork Afthllf L. GODIC chops . . . always willing to play a merry tune is this member of Concert liand, R.O.'l'.C. Band June Goodrich . . JUNE E. GOODRICH, Nothing light about this golden-haired lass's excellence in mathe- matics . . . chocolate ice cream is not taken lightly by Blondie either . , . Dardanelles, Math Club, Office Service, French Club . . . LILLYAN E. GOULD, This future beauty operator is happiest when with her twin brothers . . . revels in hamburgers, sport suits, and dancing . . . likes Judy Garland and collecting stamps . . . G.A.A. MARY W. GOULDEN, The Tribune rated l'Mae" one of Steinmetz's hestfand so do we . . . an ambitious young lady who has journeyed Lillyan Gguld to Ireland twice , . . NJ-LS., Dardanelles, 'Student Council . . . JANITH A. GREEN, t'Janie" collects autographs, coins. and pins . . . sings and dances . . . dislikes homewoik and knuckle Mary Goulden crackers . , . Dick Jurgens is ittops' with her . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten, Office Service . . . Janlth A- Green VIVIAN L. GREEN, The thought of helping mankind inspires this future nurse . . . "Viv" hopes Vivian Green to travel around the world someday. ELMER P. GRINER, Elmer admires Mickey Rooney . . . wants to be a golf pro . . . likes deer meat, loud clothes, and beautiful girls . . . collecting stamps fascinates him . , . Local llistory Club. Golf Club . , . EDITH V. GRUHN, Has dramatic. singing and dancing ability-- could Hollywood ask for more? . . , "Frenchie" dimples at any sign of humor . . . Green Curtain Players. Fine Arts Guild. Girls' Choir . . . JOHN H. HANCOCK, "Jacksonls" aim-to be secretary to the President of the United States . . . claims his talents are not yet discovered . . . enjoys interesting people . . , plans to travel extensively . . . ARTHUR L. HANSEN, Shudders in horror at the feathers on girls' hatsgotherwise a calm fellow . . . thc post office will find him a hard worker it he is allowed to carry the mail . . . horseback riding appeals to him . . . LEVAN R. HANSEN, Has a decided mania for contestsf-hopes to win someday . . . likes all sports, and especially bowling . . , likes the company of congenial people . . . Math Club . , . OLGA J. HAPANOVICH, "Happy" speaks five languages . . . enjoys mingling with friendly, intelligent people . , , has toured the Middle VVest and will tour the whole If S. someday . . . N.ll.S.. A Dardanelles . . . EDWARD HARRIGAN, '4Eddie" aims to be a fine accountant . . . his only talent is eatinefhow about a pie contest, t'Eddic"? , , . the carefree and friendly appeal to him . . . LAVERNE V. HARTJE, Snobs go against t'Luke's" friendly nature . . , enjoys driving a car . . . likes people-bar none . . . ambition-she'll achieve it-to be thc best of the best . . . G..-LA ..,. EILEEN B. HARTNETT. A future John 'Powerls model . . . loves bright red clothes . . . Dick Jurgenis orchestra fascinates her . . . detcsts mustaches . . . N.H.S.. Dardanelles, Green Curtain Players . . . MARGARET E. HAUBNER, t'Tl1e art of dress designing appeals to , "KIarg'e" . . . she's at home in skirts and blouses . . . hopes to attend business college . . . un. Dardanelles, Junior Service. Office Service. German Club . . . JUNE R. HAZUCHA, Has a passion for sweaters n' skirts and socks to match . . , rain can make t'lluzz" smile , . , N.H.S., Dardanclles. C.A.A. President. Alchemstein. Student Council, Student Court . , . MILDRED E. HEIL, Delights in dancing . . . loves to break rules . . . excels in artistry . . . the field of commercial drawing' beckons "Milly" . . . Press Club. Junior Service Club, C.A.A, Page Forty-five VIRGINIA L. HENDERSON, Steinmetz's own niglitingale . . . an all around, gay classmate . . . avoids insincere people . . . N.H.S., tiirlsl Choir, Dardanelles. Red Cross, G.A.A. . . . PRISCILLA C. HENNES. Self-centered people annoy "Prissy" . . . wants to own a yacht . . . dancing, sports, and tailored clothes are 'itopsu with her . . . President Dardanelles, Student Council, N.H.S .... BETTY J. HENTHORNE, Vivacions "Betty lends her talents to thc football games as a peppy cheer leader . . . happiest when either swimming or dancing . . . Student Council, Pan American Club, Red Cross . . . RUTH E. HERMANSON, "Hermie" loves to talk but hates to have people shout . . . hopes to get some fun out of life . . . swimming is "tops" with her . . . Green Curtain Players . . . DONALD B. HILLEBRAND, "Buddy" enjoys playing baseball, volleyball, and badminton . . . would like to learn to play the Hawaiian , guitar . . . the good earth calls himahopes to work on a farm after graduation . . . HILMA Donald B' Hlllebrand HJELKREM, Sue scorns conceited people . . . ice cream and lots of fun keep her smiling . . . she Hjelkfem seeks an ollice position, but who knows . . . her ideal-lVally Simpson . . . G.A.A ..,. LORRAINE K. HJERTAAS, "l.ourie" hopes to work in a department store as a head buyer of women's apparel . . . sport clothes meet her favor . . . Dardanelles. French Club, G.A.A., X.H.S. , . . MARTIN H. HOFFMAN, To see the clouds as an airplane pilot, is i'Crum's" ambition . . . likes making nevr friends . . . prefers girls with laughing brown eyes . . . eating Hungarian goulash is his favorite pastime . . . VYOLETTE G. HOGGSTROM, "Vy" will Hy an airplane someday-and see the clouds, too . . .thrills to long drives in the moonlight . . . delights in gay friends, and sport clothes . . . Student Council, Silver Streak . . . ERIC HOLBY, Believes in Virginia L. Henderson Priscilla C. Hennes Betty J. Henthorne Ruth E. Herrnanson Lorraine K. Hjertaas Martin H. Hoffman the old motto, Hllonlt bother trouble, and it won't bother you" . . . fascinated by a chemistry lab Vyolette O. Hoggstrorn . . . 'fGeneral" hopes to live up to his name . . . R.O.T.C., Officers' Club, Rifle Team . . .MAY- Eric BELLE D. HOYT, Gay and light-hearted is blue-eyed May-belle . . . Hsuccess' spells her future M b D H . . . an unusual girl?-prefers dancing and bowling to homework . . . Clean-Up Committee . . . ay e e ' oyt June L. Hu JUNE L. HUTCHINS, Meals in the open, and hiking grounds appeal to this outdoor girl . . . security-her dream . . . talented at playing the piano . . . Local History Club, Hall Guard . . . ROBERT T. HUYVAERT, Traveling takes up Bob's leisure time . . . will make his mark in the world as a mechanic in the Army Air Corps , . . aggravated by people who exaggerate . . . Engineers' Club . . . GENEVIEVE I. JEZIERNY, XYill keep in trim as she teaches in a gym . . . sweet and friendly Genevieve plays the piano and sketches pictures . . . N.H.S., Dardanelles, Stein Sten, Letter Girls, French Club, Silver Streak . . . LORRAINE J. Robert Huyvaert tchins JOHNSON, Comptometry fascinates "Johnny" , , . pinochle a11d bowling are her favorite Genevieve I, Jezierny pastimes . . . people who bite their fingernails irk her . . . wishes to lead a happy normal life Lorraine J. Johnson G.A.A .... MARVIN T. JOHNSON, f'Marv" wouldn't mind soaring the skies as an aviator Marvin T Johnson . . . a jitterhug at heart . . . spends his time collecting swing records . . . his likes include sports ' and turkey . . . Ride Team . . . ROY A. JOHNSON, Pleasant people appeal to Roy . . . has a yen for loud socks and tan shoes . . . a future certihed public accountantfhe hopes . . . Sigma Quad, Prom Committee . . . MARY E. KAPSIS, Hopes to lead a full life as an authoress and actress . . . in her spare moments she reads books by Sinclair Lewis and builds air castles . . . Green Curtain Players, Star Statt, Press Club . . . GEORGE D. KASTEN, This future Roy A. Johnson Mary E. Kapsis lawyer enjoys music and plays the piano . . . hobbies-collecting astounding facts . . . travels to the North lVoods annually . . . President of Latin Club . . . DOROTHY H. KATER, A job as an orchestra singer will be agreeable to UDot" . . . can eat candy with the best of us . . . Oli, how she hates to get up in the morning! DOfOtl'ly George D. Kasten Kater DOROTHY M. KAY, California gold seekers of 1949 will find "Dot" present-eshe declares she is no 'tgold diggerw . . . loves to make noise and chew gum occasionally . . . likes fun and sociable people . . . 4A Election Committee . . . RUTH J. KEESEN, Would spend her life in California . . . her hobbies-sleeping and swing music . . . has traveled to the rest of Hollywood four times Press Club Student Council Feature Editor of Star BERNARD T KELLY 0 e likes the color ,green thief Justice of Student Court lre ident of Local History Club . . . , , , . . . . , "Kelly" is. destined to become tangled in politics . , . this future lawyer lives up to his name- ? h .Y Q l Y - s . K . . . I Y , I .. I Y Y. . I ', . , . HENRY G. KERELUK, Hopes to be manager of a print shop . . . Hank is a vvizairl in science . . . hamburgers and beautiful girls agree with him . . . Polish Club, Swimming Team, Bowling Team . . . DORIS MAE KERSTER, 'iliaben plans to become a high school teacher . . . likes reading, swimming, and dancing . . . came to Steinmetz from Blarshall . , . Pres. N.II.S., Student Council, Dardanelles, Editor of Star . . . LORRAINE M. KISSANE, "Lot" hopes to be another Deanna Durbin . . . to be her friend don't mention the word Hwhiskers" e d A . . . an ideal date for herewould he spent roller skating with Richard Green . . . KATHRYN C. KLOSZ, Friendly and active . . . enjoys ice skating and all sports . . . "Kay" intends to- be a professional scout . . . Student Council, Pre-ltfedics, Office Sec .... DORIS M. KNUDSEN, Catty people irk "Dot" . . , "speak no evil, see no evilnfher motto . , . is thrilled by Dick Jurgens' music . . . 'Ado-dad" collecting!-favorite pastime . . . future-stage career . . . ANNA H. KOCH, Here's Ann, a future private secretary . . . likes cherry pie , . . repeaters and red nail polish "get her down" . . . Mom is utopsu in Ann's estimation . . . N.H.S., German Club, I Dardanelles . . . JEAN M. KORABIK, And '4Shorty" is a future air stewardess . . . likes 00 . sweaters, swimming, and Don Ameche . . . collects Christmas cards, snapshots, and autographs . . . her mother is her ideal . . . I'ol-ish Club . . . CHARLOTTE L. KOY, Has a beautiful voice and a pleasant personality . . . dancing, sports, theaters, and clothes make "Chai", happy . . . her hobby is collecting souvenirs . . . Girls' Choir . . . ARTHUR E. KRAUSE, L'Howie's" ambition is to be a private secretary and a successful business man . . . loves to ea excels in music and sports . . . quiet and friendly . . . Senior Choir, Star Staff. t chili . . . Page F orty-six Dorothy M. Kay Ruth J. Keesen Bernard T. Kelly Harry G. Kereluk Doris Mae Kerster Lorraine N. Kissane Kathryn C. Klosz Doris M. Knudsen Anna H. Koch jean M. Korabik Charlotte L. Koy Arthur E. Krause Page Forty-seven but Atudq alwaqrf heya We crammed our craniunw Mary J. Messina Edward J. Milke Norbert B. Miller Violet L. Miotto Jeanette E. Misiak Donald R. Mitchell Walter Modrzejewski Harry D. Mueller Hella L. Mueller William E. Mu eller Helen E. Mullard Irene A. Murphy Page F orty-eight Lawrence H. Kruse Vera L. Shirley I. Kummers LeRoy W. Kutchinski Norma V. Larsen Lois M. Harriett A. Lescewicz LAWRENCE H. KRUSE, "Larry's" ambition is to learn to dance . . . he is talented at playing the radio , . . 11 "Yehudi" worshipper-who is f'Yehudi"? . . . plans to go to college . . . VERA L. KUBICKA, YVhistling while she works, makes "Ye" a merry person to have around . . . X.H.S., 4A Class Treasurer, French Club, Lettergirls, Silver Streak . . . SHIRLEY Kubicka I. KUMMERS, "Kums" likes swing music, movies, and books . . . dislikes conceited people . . . is undecided about her future . . . Local History Club, Alchemstein, Office Secretary, Silver Streak Staff . . . LE ROY W. KUTCHINSKI. 'fl3unny" is a future airman . . . likes dancing, pretty girls, sports, and excitement , . . Humphrey Bogart is his ideal person . . . has traveled to Canada . . . Engineers' Club . . . NORMA V. LARSEN, Yisualizes her future as career girl . . . 'fNorin'l delights in English and algebra . . . favorite hobbygcollccting "Steinmetz Stars" . . . N.H.S., Dardanelles, Student Council-, Junior Service, Latin Club, Orchestra . . - LOIS M. LARSON, Dick Iurgens' music before retiring puts pleasant dreams into 'ALo's" head Larson , , , , , , , , . . . a good time topped with a hot fudge sundae delights this future nurse - . . Stein Sten, , Student Council . . . HARRIET A. LESCEWICZ, "Les" hopes to be a success as a doctor's Margaret N' Llewehr assistant . . . likes singing, fishing, dancing, and eating spaghetti . . . Mr. Herrick is her favorite teacher . . . Polish Club, Girls' Choir, G.A.A .... MARGARET N. LIEWEHR, "Marge" wants a college degree . . . enjoys buttenscotch sundaes and football games , . , her ideal person has personality, modesty, and neatness . . . lY.ll.S.. Dardanelles, Student Council, Alchemstein . . . JENNIE N. LITRENTA, Plays the saxophone enthusiastically . . . hbottle . ' blondes" are her main dislike . . . fond of lemon cream pie . . . this future secretary admires Jennie N. Litrenta Glen Maia- . . . mine Club . . . Louis A. LITRENTA, Lou's ambition is to ri-at-ei . . . Louis Litfenta in the meantime will be a machinist, play baseball, and :skate . . . likes swimmingfdislikes Dorothy R. girls, history, and peoplelwho bite their nails . . . DOROTHY R. LOHFF, XYill apply- her Mar dramatic ability as a radio commentator . . . f'Dottie's" golden locks and a sunny disposition y her assets . . . Stein Sten, Green Curtain Players, Dardanelles, G.A.A .... MARY LOIK, An extensive traveler who would like to he a secretary . . . collecting snapshots and reading are her jean M. Maki Violet Mall Frances E. Marx Louise I. Mattioli James E. McCoy Edith J. Robert H. Meinke Shirley L. Merrill hobbies . . , enjoys roller skating, and ice-cream sodas . . . Pan American, Stein Sten . . . JEAN M. MAKI, into the business world jean will step as the private secretary of a big executive . . . delights in roller skating, and dancing . . . Stein Sten, Local History . . . VIOLET MALL, Very gay is this talented young lady . . . she is a professional dancer . . . thinks bowling, tennis, chicken, fried or otherwise, and Mr. Herrick are "tops" . . . Green Curtain Players, G.A.A .... FRANCES E. MARX, Pines for a job as a private secretary . . . make 'tFran" smile by playing Victor Herbert's musicfmakc her look black by being loud and bossy. . . N.H.S., Dardanelles . . . LOUISE I. MATTIOLI, Popular and versatile "L0u'l wants to free lance in the journalistic world . . . detests supposedly sophisticated people . . . delving into murder mysteries delights her . . . Star Editor, Dardanelles, Alchenistein, Student Council . . . JAMES E. MCCOY, "l'he Real McCoy" enjoys a good steak . . . hasn't discovered any talents as yet but does some wood carving . . . would like to become a mechanic . . . Pres. Engineers' Club . . . EDITH j. MEFFORD, 'fBlondie" prefers to listen-despises oral talkS . . . loves to walk in the rain . . . blue eyes and golden curls are the delightful charms of this dcmurc miss . . . ROBERT H. MEINKE, Bobls ambition. is to learn to dance . . . pet peeves are-pesty people and work . . . hobbies are golf and softball . . . Student Council, Pres. Sigma Quad, Presidents' Club . . . SHIRLEY L. MERRILL, Excitement is her byword-wants to be Mefford a newspaper reporter . . . dislikes public gum-chewers . . . delights in sports I.. V . MARY J. MESSINA, A future beauty operator . . . Bob Hope and ravioli appeal to Mary . . . admires Mrs. Roosevelt . . . dislikes conceited people . . . Italian Club . . . EDWARD J. MILKE, "Milk" hopes to draw his way through life as a cartoonist . . . admires honesty-4 thinks it the best policy, too . . . "snooty', girls are definitely wont" with Ed .... NORBERT B. MILLER, "Norb's" ambitious and ideal person Shall forever remain a secret . . . plays 0 the clarinet and "sax" . . . girls are his main interest . . . has traveled in California . . . R.O.'I'.C. Band . . . VIOLET L. MIOTTO, f'Vi" is an aviatrix at heart . . . dislikes soiled collars-so boys, beware! . . . boasts of doing dishes in ZZ minutes . . . future secretary hopes to see Indiana-at least . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten, G.A.A .... JEANETTE E. MISIAK, Dress designing fascinates her . . . pancakes and pretty clothes are her delight . . . the swaying palm trees a11d moonlit shores of Hawaii beckon 'fShorty" . . . Dardanellcs, Pan American, Stein Sten . . . sit up and take reading . . . En in R.O.T.C. has a future physician and surgeon . . . Officers' Club . . . HARRY D. MUELLER, Our genial and smiling class president hopes to become a chemical' .engineer . . . willing to work to achieve DONALD R. MITCHELL, A history Hwhiz' that makes the rest of the class notice . . . a future newspaperman . . . now he a quiet lad who enjoys gineers' Club, Press Club . . . WALTER MODRZEJEWSKI, "Generals" rise been rapid-Executive Battalion Commander, Cadet Captain in two years . . . thi success . . . "jasper's" pet peeve-poor sports . . . Sigma Quad, Student Council, Police, Basketball Team . . . HELLA L. MUELLER, "Giggles" is fond of dancing and banana-splits . . . piano playing fills her spare moments . . . enjoys swimming . . . detcsfs avalanches of books sliding out of lockers . . . WILLIAM E. MUELLER, "Bill" wants to see the world in one piece . . . synthetic beauty is one of his pet aversions . . . Sigma Quad, Student Council-, Hall Guards, Visual Education. R.O.T.C .... HELEN E. MULLARD, Kate Smith's closest rival . . . delves into collecting autographs and match folders . . . Helen would like to visit Hawaii . . . indulges in fried chicken . . . Local History Club, Girls' Choir . . . IRENE A. Alaeep kin MURPHY, "Rene" hopes to cook for a millionaire . . . gum crackers make her nervous . . sporty dressers and good books please her . . . wants to see Old Mexico . . . G.A.A. Page Forty-nine LILLIAN M, NAPIER, A welcome Hflflitlllll to the sports wfvrlcl . . . "Susie" likes sporty Lillian M. Napier Howard K. Nelson girls and saddle shoes . . . Press Club, Pan American Club, Alchemsteiix, Sports Editor of Star . . . HOWARD K. NELSON, "Swede" will win his wings as a Commercial' aviator . . . even l grouchy teachers cmft dim the smile of this blonde giant . . . the physics class g6tS his special DOI'Ot1'ly A. NICISCH attention . . . DOROTHY A. NIELSEN, Football games and liaiuburgerg spell. perfection for Rgland Nielsen "Dot" . . . likes tall-:ing over the back fence . . . looks folrwarcl to being a secretary . . . Pan American Club, Stein Ste-11 . , . ROLAND J. NIELSEN, This football he1'0's aiulvition is to learn to dance-liurry girls! . . . 'KR0llie" saves pennies and plays golf . . . his ideal person is Jesse James . . . Football, Team . . . PAUL A. ODDO, HCorky" is a pllilatelisl of the first degree . . . an amiable person with za yen for bananas as well as stamps . . , would like to be a. HlECl13!ll'CZll engineer . . . TAKASHI OKAMOTO, 'fOks" will be mechanical clraftsman . . . one ambition-A PEIUI D. to read a vomplete historical novel . . . Pcmntiacs, Chow'Mcin, and Superman, king of the Takashi Okarnoto ihullc-i magazines, tlips with him . . . Sigma Quad, Local History T , . ARTITIUR F. Arthur Olivero OLIVERO, Marese will gain Success as 21 basketball player . . . is at leisure when in sports . clothes . . . bananas in any form make him happy . . . an extensive traveler . . . SOLVEIG A. Solvelg A' Olson OFSON, Mille" will be a career woman . . , likes clothes. new and shiny automobiles, Spencer A Tracy, and ice-Cream . , . Collsnts snapshots . . . Bliss Boller is her icleal teacliei' . . . Dardanelles, Office Service , . . CATHERINE R. OLSZOWKA, Bookkeeping will take up '4Kay's" time . . . admires Mr. O'Hearu . , . this neat and orderly maiden dislikes make-up applied in public . . . loves tailored clothes . . . Polish Club, Student Council , . . GLADYS W. ORSAHL, , lnsincere people annoy this future botauist . . . her talentfgoorl sales ability . . . finds gardening Catherlne R- Olszowka amusing' . . . desires to see "Old France" . . , Glaflys's iclealw has not some along, as yet . . . Gladys OI'Sal'1l lJZL1'LlZl11UllE3S, French Club . . . IDA A, PASCUZZI, "Lucky"-a future Paderewski . . . will Ida H. Pascuzzi spend the coming' year at a school of music . . . dancing, skating, bowling, and typingfher main diversions . . . Italian Club, lNlatl1 f'lub . . . IRENE A. PASTERNAK, The perfect Irene Pasternak housewife of the future-"1inka'5" aim . . . sl1e's traveled extensively . . , plays the piano and the accmxlion, and sings and dances . . . Treas. Girls' Choir, Polish Club . . . ROBERT PEKAREK, Hllolfsw ideal is represented in his class president, Harry Mueller . . . talented as an accorrliouist , . . street car Smokers make Bob shudder . . . hopes to become an executive someday . . . HOWARD F. PERC?J,'i'IIox:s:ielsl' anlbitionff to bex a private fecretary, and liltei' Robert Pekarek za successful business man . . . lox ef. walking . , . excelb in music and spoits . . . tall, quiet, and friendly , . . Senior Choir, Star Staff . . . MELVIN F. PETERS, "Mel" aims to' tour the Howard F- Pero United States and Europe . . . hopes to excel in tool and die making . . . enjoys spaghetti, Melvin PCteI'S drawing, and singing . . , Boys' Choir . . . HUGH A. PETTIGREW, "Scotty" avoids people Pettigrew who can't take a joke , , , collects stamps and likes swimming . . . would like to travel all over the world . . . a future electrical engineer , . . ANN B. PFEIFFER, Au athletic miss who enjoys vollfeylball- and other sports, as well , . . excels at playing the piano and enjoys listening to syniplidnies . , . thinks turkey alrumsticks are utopsl' . , , Secretary G.A.A., German Club . . . JOSEPH A. PINTER, A future l7.l3.I. man . , . blondes, steaks, and iceskating are Htopsw with "Joe PS1lllEl'i,, who doesxft "want to l?uy 21 cliickn . . . hates- getting up early forlscliool Anna B. Pfeiffer . . . EST-ELLE G. POF-EI.iSKl, Auolhcr I Lelong . .A . a mexmaicl that lfuows l1Cl4'StVlJi'f . . . Joseph Pinter goes for ice-cream and singing m a lug way . . . avoids people who continually C1-idx gum- , for that is not music to her ears , . , ELIZABETH M. REEGO, "Bettsl' hopes to travel . . . Estelle Pofelskl loathes bossy people . . . talented in renienibeiiug faces and names . . . E1iZabCtl'1 Reego CHARLOTTE C, REGDOS, A versatile and inrlustrinus person . . . "Lottie" is zulcpt at playing the piano and cooking tasty dishes . . . juiiim' Service, Ilzlrrlanelles, Visual Eflucatimi. Oilice Secretary . . . ALVIN L. RICHARDS, His ambition is to drive a tractor . . . baby talk bores "All, . . . has a decided tendency for blondes and Buicks , . . il future business man . . . Siguia Quad . . . ROBERT A. RIEGLER, A slave to the girls . . . would like to be Q llresiclent . . . interested in bowling' . . . claims lic owns 110 nickname. but lie is "Bob" to us d . . . Police, Student Council . . . RAYMOND G. RINEHART, 'UTt'll1Iil?lI'-Y, the vice president of our class, will be a Successful business man . . . pct peevc-baby talk . . . 6-xc:-ls in sports , . . collects knives . . . Alchemstein, Sigma Quad, Student Council . . . JERRY C, ROBINSON, School is ,ler1'y's pet pecve . . . delights in holidays and summer vacatimls . . . un art cntluisiast. and a future cunimcrcial artist . . . ideal person-liiea darl . . . ROMOLO ROSSI, To secure A good position is "Rume's" ambition-We hope you achieve it . . , llashy cars, Lima Turner, zuul Rochester are "tops" with him , . . SVVl11l1Il'l1lg' Team, Basketball Team . . . HAROLD R. RUD, Expert at 1l1'EStXllllIlg' alibils . . . baseball, Swimming, and tennis-his favoritc Spufts , , . will d 0 e travel around the world someday . . . reads poetry for relaxation . , . Green Curtain Players . . . JEANNE L, RUHL, A fZi1'l11Cl'iS life is liex' goal . . . likes horses, roast pork, Miss Roleiicv, :md tailored clothes . . . excels in lmrselmack riding . , . collects miniatures of liorbeg , , , G.A.A., Local llistory Club . . . MARGARET R. SADOWSKI, Marge aspircs to clancc professionally and to get 21 musical degree . , . enjoys traveling, gay clotllcs. and collecting lipsticks . . . Orson XV6llf'5Y'llCl' present heart throb . , . French Club, Honor Society , . . EVELYN E. SAMBORSKI, liig, shiny cars rate highly with HEvie" . . , wautg to visit Mexico someday . . . Rell-Cross . . . nursing is lie-i' life's work . . . l'Jai'rlanelles, P2111 American. G,A.A., N.ll.S .... ANNE E. SANDRIK, 4'Szmily" likes sociable people. but they iiiiistift talk during 21 niovic . . . thinlw Hr. fJiI'l62'll'1l is "tops" . . . longs tu bc a stcnogx'a1mlir'i' . . . Girls' Cliuir, Local llismry, G.A.A. FLORENCE C. SCHAEFFER, A'Peanuts" we-11115 to bc a beauty uperzxior , , . flislikcs people who clcmlt smile . . . enjoys dancing and eating . . . lfiiits for :i lmbby . . . fl:-riuzm Vlulw, C.,-X.,X. Page Fifty Charlotte C. Regdos Alvin L. Richards Robert A. Reigler Raymond G. Rinehart jerry C. Robinson Romolo Rossi Harold R. Rud Jeanne L. Ruhl Margaret R. Sadowski Evelyn E. Samborski Anne E. Sandrik Florence C. Schaeffer Page Fifty-one MZUQI' af moment to Apare 14nnualA, NJA, cla6A Beatrice M Thelander Edward C. Thompson Mervin W. Thompson john E. Thomson William H. Tierney Fred Valkenaar, jr. Reno D. Tondelli joe J. Tumborello Lois E. Valiquet ' Nishen Vartabedian William G. Vittner Dorothy M. Voigt Page Fifty-two ' KATHERINE SCHAMBER A true home girl in out midst fold of setting llltl housenoil Katherine Schamber . . , , her future is a mystery and a puzzle . . . Daitlanellt Stein Sten Kerman llub GA A Lorayne B' Schrnldt . . . LORAYNE B. SCHMIDT, The life of an an stew tidess attiacts loiiy glpiie in Wesley C- Sean-1-an collecting odds and ends . . , dotes on clothes and lots of fiientls Lo Editor Lf Silt er Stie 1k RObeI't SeCl'lteI' N.H.S., Dardanelles, Alchemstein . . . WESLEY C SEAMAN W cs vtill 11eed both bi uns and brawn in his career as refrigerating engineer ielixcs by svinnming 1nd fishing., steaming hot stew means a good meal' to him . , l ngmecis Club ROBERT J SECHTER "Seen dotes on good-looking but sensible girls . etnies 'my one iiho can take the moist with ease . . . "Oh, for the life of a policeman", says e Xlchemsttin Club HENRY J 8 SERANI, "Ricoh plans to be a draftsman . . . is 1 suing 11 likes to diess in snappy HCHYY Sefanl clothes and spend the evening with sociable friends collects c wins H111 Guatd IRENE Irene M. M. SHUMICKI, Potential jitterbug . . . finds 6 oclocl classes unbeatable hei ideal is Patricia A. personitied by Queen Elizabeth . . . Junior Service local History Litin Club Pen 'ind Ledger - Stein Sten . . . PATRICIA A. SIME, Aspires to sing the lead in Nladimc Butterfly iet Dorothy Skawlna ideal is her father . . . "Pat" likes grand opcm oral tall and gardenias Symphony Orchestra, Fine Arts Guild, Girls' Choir . . . DOROTHY I SKAWINA Tolly Dottie ieycls in friends wlho wear a smile . . . enjoys reading creepy mystery stones he ayoids people who tease . . . Polish Club, Stein Sten . . . KAREN I SORENSEN Out future clothes may have the label, 'llfashioned by Karenu . . . '4Ka1y is 't native of Dcnmiik yes shes ciuy about pancakes and pastries . , . l'an American Club Libiny Llub LOIS L SPANKEN Karen Sorensen BELL, A'Spanky'l likes fun and dislikes dull people can blush at 'L n oment s notice ici Lois L. Spaflkenbell hobbies are dancing and reading . . . N.l'l.S., Student Court Daidanclles THOMAS H Thomas Stacey STACEY, 'l'on1's delights are girls, his 'tsax", and suing Illllsli, snappy clothes and chicken John Stathopulos can make him smile . . . hopes to travel through the tnicricas Glgill Ciurtain Play cis Baird . . . JOHN N. STATHOPULOS, 'ASuccess', is his eyuoid ree s piom tate yyouc have to he an Ann Sheridan-thinks he'll have to stay at home basketball is his tayorite topic . . . Basketball Team . . . B. JEAN STONE One ot our best d'1nceis would like to be a foreign correspondent . . , detests lipstick marks on dishes likes fancy dishes and souyenus . . . German Club, G.A,A ..., MARJORIE M STRAMAGLIA Loyal friends are admired by "Marge, . . . movies and Nelson Eddy attract hei sues autographs L AA Lunch B' Jean Stone . Room Police, Student Council, Social Committee ALBERT W STRICKER Speed Marge M' Strarnagha ambition is to be a mailman . . , a contrary gentleinan admires brunettes dislikes teacheig Albert W. StfICkeI' who give homework . . . favorites are modest friends and eggs good ones Bowling 'leant Margaret St1'O1'I'1b6I'g lied Cross . . , MARGARET M. STROMBERG Snow While delights in being just plain lazy . . . she would move fast to seq Clark Gable in the flesh shes a musical lass plavs the trombone and is a member of the Band . JAMES F STUDZINSKI Jim dreams of working in, ther advertising business . . . has neyei seen an ldeal petson v1 iites poetry likes turkey and Judy Garland . . . N.H.S,, Safety Lommission DORAE STUMP Peaches plans to work her way through college . . wants to be .1 success cheiry pie peaches and James F' Studzinski Mrs. Tricbel are her favorites . . . swims and dances JAMES W TAYLOR Jim is the boy Dora E Sturm with the glint of laughter in his eye . . . a forest ringer he will be can and will eat anything ' p from "soup to nutsn . . . Cheerleader . . . LORRAINE M TEZAK Loiry will be healing James Wf Taylor our wounds in the future . . . fond of chicken, loyal fiiends and pretty clothes levels in Lorraine M. Tezak singing . . . collects autographs . . . Green Curtain Playeis Visual Education BEATRICE M. THELANDER, This ardent sports fan also delights in good shows' and excellent orchestras . . . happiest when sewing a Fine seam . . . "Ile1a's" ideal-Mickey Rooney . , . a future stenographer . . . G.A.A .... EDWARD C. THOMPSON, Quiet and studious . . , an electrical engineer's job is what he is after . . . 'illobn collects stamps and makes airplanes . . . Golf Club, Radio Club, Orchestra, Band, Sigma Quad . . . MERVIN W. THOMPSON, He'll be a hand leader . . . urllOll1lllfCil loves tennis and juicy steak smothered with onions. . .has what it takes to play a trombone . . . Safety Council, Police, Fire Marshal, Band . . . JOHN E. THOMSON, A "whiz" at ice-hockey . . . "Tommy" will whiz right by the ladies and remain a bachelor . . . enjoys good movies and baseball games . . . admires Miss Redmond . . . WILLIAM H. TIERNEY, All girls fascinate 'Shortyl' . , . likes good food and abhors stale bread . . . the future years will see him driving around in a handsome Packardghc hopes . . . RENO D. TONDELLI, "Tonto's" accordion and MOH Beats" keep the jitterbugs jiving . . . wc'll see l1is name in neon some clay . . . cut slipsgwhat are they? . . . Chairman l'rom Committee, Green Curtain l'layers . . . JOE J. TUMBORELLO, f"l'ums" ambition is to make historyfof some kind . . . admires the Steininetz campus, beautiful girls, and streamlined motor cars . . . delights are golf, baseball, and dancing . . . LOIS E. VALIQUET, A'Rusty" of the golden locks will sell real estate . . . enjoys sports and stamp collecting . . . her ideal person is June llazucha, fashion leader at Steinmetz . . . G.A.A., Stein-Sten, Dardanellcs . . . FRED VALKENAAR, JR., "Babe" likes his hamburgers "with" . . . hates to wake up in the morning . . . likes gymnastics and golf . . will be a sheet metal and furnace worker . . .Cheer Leader . . . NISHEN VARTA- BEDIAN, A rather vague future confronts this noted school swimmer-for he has not "hitched his wagon to a star"4so far . . . enjoys his steak smothered with onions . . . hobby, ice-skating . . . Swimming Team . . . WILLIAM G. VITTNER, Furl onc, knit two, and 'kXYee XYillie" is in his glory . . . plays football and baseball . . . hopes to travel extensively after college . . . a philatelist of the first degree . . . Football Team . . . DOROTHY M, VOIGT, An ambitious young woman who is interested in becoming a laboratory technician . . . likes listening to operettas or symphonies . . . "Teddy" hopes to attend XYright College. nn Fifty-three goodbye no - wi la ll.J luck! The February graduates present Miss Marie Haley with Howers. Z1 token of esteem and gratitude, for her helpful guidance in direct- ing their prom activities. Page Vit. inia Vokaty VlRGINIA M. VOKATY, "Blondie" specializes lin creating the latest tlelitacies ut g . with oral talks and hnal exams, says she . . . playing volley-ball-her hobby a typist to be Anlta M' Vosyka . . . G.A.A. ANITA M. VOSYKA, A future private secretary . . . "Micke-v likes dancing, Joseph Vfuno reading, and swing music . . . her mother is her ideal . . . N.H.S., Student Council Daidanelle Loretta Wagner . . . JOSEPH VRUNO, Mustaches are his pet peeve . . . luscious bananw splits and goigeou blondes are "tops" with him . . . his future is vague . . . admires 'Yahurh who is wague wo . . . Track Team . . . LORETTA M. WAGNER, "Seven rahs and a yea Stunmetz i one phri e "Lore" will miss yelling . . . malterl milks and running a calculating miclnnv, will keep her contented for life . . . Student Council, Cheer Leader . . . STEPHEN B. WALKER Shorty plans to be a business man . . . he is a true westerner-likes horses and play the guitai but Stephen B, Walker he d'oesn't wear a ten gallon hat . . . XVill Rogersfhis ideal , . . Cheer Leadei OLGA Olga Wasil VYPESIL, A :utpre model . .fyfletestg spiders., street cars? and feinallef siiuglkeis C delnghtc n c oties, stea ', crumming, ant Jette avis' acting . . , pre ers anima rien s neen nitnn La Ver? Weber Players, G.A.A. . . . LA VERA A. WEBER, Our National 'llahle Tennis Lliampion tt he Marllyn Wellhausen . . . linds traveling' intriguing-wants to see the world . . . "Veree'l eats up sports histoix and chop suey . . . G.A,A. Board. Yisualr Education . . . MARILYN M. WELLHAUSEN Su! rounded by books, "Lynn" is happy . . . can solve the mystery before the 'xuthoi dots blueberry pie-yumm! . . . Office Service, Local History, Pan American, LlbldlN bilsei Stieik . . . JUNE M. WENDT, "Pee NVee" likes frank, naturai people . . . hopes to become a nurse . . . detests homework and tests . . . enjoys potato pancakes, readin,Q', Myrna lox and danring June Wendt . . . Darclanelles, Stein Sten . . . DOLORES R. WIEBORT, Sewing' and scrapbooks 'ue 1 jon Dolgfes R, Wieboft in "Lawly" . . . wants to be a stenographer . . . likes to play the piano . enjoys hooks sport Robert G. clothes, and Mr. Bradley . . . G.A.A .... ROBERT G. WOLF, "WVU-lf's,' ambition is to be one - of our fixture Presidents-we'd say he'd make a good one . . , in the meantime his luturf- i Donald R' Yehhng uncertain . . . he abhors people who talk too much . . . DONALD R. YEHLING Don nant conduct a concert band . . . likes sports, photography, and music . . . claims there lx no nth thing as an ideal person, but he is no idealist . . . Concert Band, Track Tenn NICK D ZANINI, The way to "Blubber's" heart is through his stomach-stand in line girls h 1 still searching for an ideal dance partner . . . hopes to gain fame by enlarging upon his nitkel , . , collection . . . MELVIN ZUCKER, Aspires to be great in the chemical oi 1Jll'llI'll iceutiri Nick D' Zanlnl world . . . tinds suspender pnllers and chemical hlondes abominable . . . his next aim is college Melvin Z'LlCkeI' . . . Boys' Choir, Alchemstein. ' Page Fifty-five and... Virginia M. Blaylock William A. Born Harriett M. Bosch David D. Brandes William R. Breitweiser Alan R. Brown Dorothy M. Brown Le Roy H. Carson Anthony Dardarian Elmer H. Draver Kenneth j. Einweck Mary R. Flynn Jack Hausner Kenneth F. Hoffman Henry M. Lawicki james F. Leahy joe L. Markos joe J. Mudaro Arthur L. Peternek Henry E. Pils Raymond D. Quandee James F. Raub Lucille M. Schuster Robert F. Stepanek john T. Turney Arthur L. Vallas Richard A. Van Geenen Robert E. Wassman William T. White They lm' le t to ind their pl ceA 45I Row 1, sitting: N. VVellhau- sen, J. Alsbs, L. Regflos, L. Mattioli, A. Behouuelc. Row 2, kneeling: L. Larson, J. Hazucha, I. Hausner. Stand- ing: K. Klosz, H. Mueller, I. Liirenta. Row 3: J. Maki. M. Flynn. lli. Peters, M. Hoyt. R. Tondelli, T. Stacey, H. Rucl. Row 4: A. Krause, M. Zucker. VV. Baruwslci, E. 'i'l1on1pson. Row 5: R. Frank- lin, I. Craig, D. Kay, B. Ree- go, J. Leahy, A, Richards. Row 6: H. Vartaluedian, A. Freitag. XV. Vittner, H. Pero, H. Pinter. 452 Row 1: F. Schaeffer, L. Schmidt, F. Marx, A. Koch, T.. Kissane. L. Gehanian, Miss Garis, R. Carlson. Row 2: l. Pascuzzi, L. Dean, A. Danta, BI. Stromaglia, A. Peternelc, B. Kelly. Row 3: E. Bengt- son, I. Pasternak, B. Camp- bell, E. Cruhu, I. Eggert. Row 4: N. Zanini. B. Bid- strup, H. Mullard. Row 5: L. VVagner. A. Goble, B. The- lander. 1. Murphy, J. Tludin. Row 6: V. Vokaty. Bi. Arnt- zen, M. Sadowski. 453 Row 1, sitting: D. Kerster, J. Green, L. Napier, I. Eclberg, O. VVasil. Standing: A. Vo- syka. F. Valkenaar, E. Guner. Row 2, standing: S. Kum- mers. Sitting: D. Stump, S. Olson, J. Korabik, J. VVendt. Row 3, standing: L. Ahrens, D. YViebort, 1. Ruhl, L. Span- kenbell. G. Albertson. Row 4: L. Valiquct, H. Glass. P. Hermes, M. Liewehr, M. Ger- licher. Row 5: I. Stone, L. Scl1uste1',J.Hutchins, R. Rossi, J. Bauer. Row 6: V. Ciuqui- grani, D. Hillelmrand, L. Kutchinski, VV. Moclrzejewski, O. Takashi, Miss Iacobek. Row 7: D. Yehling, j. Stud- ziuski, R. Rinehart. C. Do- mutz, Z. Chmielewski. Page Fifty szx 454 Row 1: 1', Onlmlo. A. Casca- relli, V. Henderson, V. Ku- lvicka, G. Jezicrny, S, Cunllxs. I. Benson, B. Christ. M. lli Corpo. Row 2: M. joltnsfm. I. Goodrich, A. Berge, lf. Favia, E. llolby. J. Cizxlaliore. VV. Mueller. Row 3: B. Brooks, E. Hartnett. M. Goulden, M. Anderson. ll. Lohff. Row 4: A. Bergmann, F. Czerwinski. l.. l'lzmsen, M. Hoffmann. Row 5: ll. llay. C. Gcschkv. l., Kruse. H, Froehlig. 455 Row 1. kneeling: B. Breit- wciser. R. XYassu1an. R. Meinke, C. D'Amico, J. Mu' darn, A. Strickc-r. A. Hansen. Row 2: B. Huyvaert. M Kapsis, M. Stromlwcrg. B. Clohscy. On the stairs: N McCoy. U. C1'l1Ill1llt'l', X. Donigian, B. XVolf. B. Roig.:- ler. Row 3: ll. Pils. I. Ar- mlinger. L. Litre-uta. lf. l'Jrzu" er. F. Colton. NY. Seaman. R. lirickson. 456 Row 1: B. Essen, L. Birk- holz. I. Carr, L. Chapp, D. Bovio. Row 2: Miss Utzig, l.. Hjertaas, V. Green, L. Fehl- haber. L. Johnson. Row 3: VV. Blue. V. Blaylock, Y. Huggstrom. E. Samborski, D. Knudsen. Row 4: I. Hancock, l Shumicki, X. Miller, j. Corona. Row 5: XY. YVl1itc F. Fisher, H. Hjclkrem. M. Freclrickson, M. Feigenbaum, X. Larsen. Row 6: R. Keescn. I. Robinson, R. Elliott, B. Tierney. R. Sechter. we m1 A Heel:- claee q A ge Fifty-seven 457 Row 1: ff Koy. Y. Mall, O. Hapanovich, l.. Gould, li. Henthorne. I. Misiak. V. Mi- otto. A. Pfeiffer. H. Bosch, F. 1J0111lllC, E. llaylie. Row Z: H. Lescewicz. R Boeylcens, D. Voigt, M. Garvey. A. Sandrik. I. 'l'm'ney. R. John- son, I. Markus, 1. Raulx. Row 3: H. Xelson, E. Pofclski, A. Donigian, M. Messina. Row 4: M. Loilc, K. Schaniber. J. Choplan. D. Skawinrx, G. Kas- ten. Row 5: D. Drosscl. L. Ciarreau. D. Nielson, Miss Papcnbrook. Left out of pic- ture: H. Nelson, M. Haul:- ner. H. Pettigrew. Ti. Ander- son Csvc pagfc 651. lang lcapperw 45l Row 1: Miss Kindermzm, G. Olivcrius. A. Damico D Kruse, C. Langusch, Ji Ar: Cara, L. LeBrun. M. Law- rence, T. Knoll. D. Reale, N Ravnsbeck, YM. Albus. Row 2: I. Fay, R. Berns, A. Soren- sen. G. Gcrha1'clt, VV. Porter E. Vehrs, E. Kushner, J. Ar' rahito, I. Fattes, D. Nitti, A XVerner. R. Kriete. Row 3: A Carlson, E, Knoll, B. LaPe- tina, L. VVz1lkcr, F. Kustron R. MacAskill, lNl. Baker. R Schwades, VV. Esker, R. Cie- seke. H. Kowalczyk, D. Tiradtke. 1. Anderson. 452 Row 1: M. Favia, N. Fabbri E. Flurkc, VV. Lesuiak, D Jensen, V. Henneman, Mrs Hadley, L. Majeski, P. Ank lam, D. Brucher, B. Hartung Row 2: E. Broyles, H. Bran- son. O. Docimo. L. Smeraglia U. Hang, I. NVitck, F. Kruk P. Long. Row 3: S. Grisante I. Hagopian, Jasinski, H Krueger, N. Schuessler, B Frankenbcrq, J. Czosek, S Kline, L. Pans, A. Ernsting Page Fifty eight at dii ion the . 453 Row 1: ll. Borxnan. E. Hyc nar. K. VVest. E. Hey. F Luciani, L. Lumiani. A. Kop fer, L. Comclli, E. Peters, G Murray, D. Lantz, NV. Jen sen, P. Eizik. Row 2: VV Kohler. J, Kanies, N. Pavone B. Schamber, E. Hamilton, L Kashul, L. Jacobsen, B Phillips. S. Reader. Row 3 M. Harriers. M. Compall. 1" Esluerger, L. Nelson, G. Kar ainlvelas, S. Duma, R. Press nay, Hoffman. 454 Row 1: A. YYilliainsen. G Charles, E. Liss, C. Grezlik J. Lehman. T. Sclliralm, J Scliwerer. J. Hajorich C 5. Monge, L. Harder. K' Trunk. E. Grim. A. Carlson E. Heier. E. Grant, L. Golas zewski, B. Sohn. Row 3: D xxllillliill, D. O'Neill, E. Mari nangel. F. Marsh. Bl, Hargcs XV. Francois. B. Rome. M Balousek. F. Gonzalez, P. LO cascio. Row 4: T. Ilofer, T Hamilton. L. VVasowicz, 7 Hahn. M. Goettsche, R Adams, R. Tlieil. 455 Row 1: M. Dougal, lil. Kjem hus, H. Pankow, BI. Matwia 1. llunger, L. Braun, H Christiansen. A. Chabanian A. Evangelism. Miss Red inond. Row Z: C. Abraham L, Busby. O. Tuckey. E Ozga, R. Taylor, F. Steffau H. Lessick. Row 3: V. Basl-rc H. McLain. C. Criscuolo. J Corkle, G. Drew. YY. Butler J. 1J,AIIllCO. Row 4: G Busch, D. Padcr, J. Lowe H. Domagalski, H. Ciaston H. Dauni, K. Eiclnes, R. Cl borowski, Page Fifty-nine Groom, R. Jensen. Roilv 2: . cut-A102 0 -due noticeA . . 456 Row 1: I. Sorem, R. Romano E. Henson, P. McGuire, J Caruso, M. Ruggio, E. Tra eey, L. Paure, S. Beaver Row 2: L. Paschke, G. VVen nerstrom, B. Johnston, F Hoffmann, R. Nollr, S. Pe tersen, J. Hofmann. F. Shu ler. Row 3: C. Ferris, V Houtsinger, L. Olsen, M Hoyle, P. Kelly, J. Castro novo, R. Sheldon. Row 4: VV Knudsen, L. VVandtke. M Treinier, H. Sak, C. Pearson Row 5: C, Kalinoski, J. Kra mer, R. Eizik, B. Benson, I Bernard. T. Kendrick. Row 1: I. McDonough, C Goodey, M. Hoffmann, NI. Andersen, E. Bernard, H. Banke, E. Eriksen, E. Frank- enberger, M. Kunjosian, V. Hansen. Row 2: D. Schnei- der, L. Shrader, F. Bluzekar, B. Ruoti, A. Steyer, J. Burda, E. Kostrzewa. L. Schirmann G. Schiller, Mrs. Soderberff: Row 3: A. LaFerla, L. Schmidt, C. VVessberg, L. Koslow, E. Kures, E, Muel- ler, C. Larsen, J. Nichols, G. Okray. Row 4: VV. Adamski, E. Groskol G. Anderson, R. XVi1son, E. Kowal. 458 Row 1: N. Heinemann, F. Nebbia, M. Zellweger. L. VV:1stel, L. Hoppe, L Baum- gartner, R. Helmuth. F. Var- tabedian, E. Arrigoni, L. Herrmann. Row 2. Mrs. Beach. M. Damien, L. Sun- seri, C. Kalakis. S. Johnson, L. Vingle, D. Hintz, S. Jan- nuseh, S. Shelesna, Nl. Pow- ell, R. Teuehert, J. Composto, Nl. Henriksen, G. Heeren, Row 3: A. Hobbs, R. VVest1n. L. Nitscheke, L. Jarvembow- ski, lll. Brauer, BI. Johnson, E. Janco, E. Janesch. Row 4: S. Jaaclcs, F, Horner, L. Brennwalflv H, Johnston. S. Stomper. Page Slxty . . port bool: p og:-anw Azgned . 459 Row 1: l.. Fusll. J. Mclizx,-' M. Larsen, H. Fiorda. F Rakoczy, F. Mcilillan. X Solarz, lE.Miller. ROWZ: A Cassidy, M. Sugrue. M. Fci genhaum, A. Lavine, I. Durava. VV. Negzorski. 1. Link, D. DuBois. Row 3: R Jorgensen, G. Davis. B. lg' natius. lil. Feibing. S. Fornell IE. Schaefer, B. Donzihou, J Daniel. Row 4: E. Vittorini Hrs. Knipp, B. Halvorsen. R Haves, E. Folcy. R. Erickson Il. Dobson. 460 Row 1: L. Marsolais. A. Martinsen, J. Schmidt, E. Lisinski. Y. Lichner. Y Zika. R. Zimmermann. B Luccllesi. R. Vetter, D. Ol- sen, J. Michalski, B. Flam- mini. Row 2: R. McNamara, M. Kaehler, J. Stamich. C Maffla, A. Aspito. E. Clear- harl, B. Balswick, E. Lock- wood, A. Burda, C. Dimiticc. M. Grimm. Row 3: H. May- er. J. Cummings. J. Sosine, J. llopp. l. Lorenz, L. Marchuk A. Kowalski. D, Conley, M. Farmer, J. Nelson. E. Kamy- kowski, l.. Pardus, E. Mara- viglia, J. Letrich. v 46I Row 1: F. Neumann, R. Ptiester, I.. Pedersen. B. Bellezza, E. Rahner. V. Zap- pia, E. VVagner. V. Olsen. F. Stancic, D. Dooley. Row 2' H. Phillips. I. VValters, I. McDowell, J. Lang, E. Pagni, B. Schlegel. J. Schlitt. H. No- rain, Miss Treleaven. Row 3: J. NVells, L. Oszakewski, H. Huska, L, Johnson, E. Salata, R. Anderson, P. Sara- folean, VV. Olson, D. YVeher Row 4: P. Rybak. B. Sieher G. Morong, l. Morrice, VV Stralcar, R. Pelt. M. Kura, R. Rogers, B. Gros. Page Sixty-one . a 6111 et1n an announcement . . 462 Row 1: B. Rogers, L. Stan'- arz, T. Stratton, VV. Chesney, M. Hayden, Mr. Havlicek, R. St. Louis, N. Azzato, S. Yal rcma, I. Madalinski, M. Zan- iolo, VV. Melgaarcl. Row 2: Erickson, M. Breuze. K. Gaz- da, M. Goebel, D. Dibbern, M. Ruzicka, J. Shafer, E. Garry, H. Kerher, E. Romei, C. Zajic. Row 3: V. McCar- thy, R, Hansen, J. Hurley. R. Frederickseu, T. Costopon- los, R. Defra, C. Gebel, C. Seaman, H. Domke, L. VVhet- stone. G. Bethmznm, R. 01- sen. E. XYittrock. Row 1: Bl. Turkowski, F. Kotfila, K. Neukirch, H. Nichol, D. Morris, B. Paley. C. Palella, H. Priebe, B. Drcssler, E. Murray. Row 2. G. Rasmussen, S. Insolia, BI. Farnsworth, H. Nikiforow. H. Moloney, L. Kampfe, L. Rav- eufeld, D. Mohr, E. Sholle, B. Gross, I. Cardone. Row 3: A, Leapley, H. Docring, A. Milewski, R. Deacon, J. Pe4 ters, D. Laufer, B, Slapak, B. Fauhel, D. Enders, C. Mc- Cann, A. Miskc, J. Donald. ll. Gunderson, L. Giovunnoui, 15. Threedy, 464 Row 1: G. Stack, M. Thorger 5011, N, Kaylegian, DI. Roes ler, H. Carter, A. Juhl, E Lljfk. R. Thompson, Y YValsh. R. VVi1son. Row 2 M: Schmidt, A. Modrzejew 551, I. Rossini, D. Chiapetta k. Tobey, C. NVil1ga1e, M Retelny, V. Retclny, BI. Tru dean, D. Volant, R. Schlegel Row 3: Miss Vaughn, K IHCDCT, S. Rocklitz. R, Rogers C. Hanrick, E. Schicht, G Shuler, R. Thake, VV. Ritt, G Bef2C1', J. Dlarine. K. Sham Iian, R. VVilhe1m, G. Sedlacek I. Gentile. Page Si 'its-Nilsen lunch.. Row 1: F. Powers. I.. Ott- nian, E. Skorski. L. NYacli- Iiolz. V. Morse. A. Stacllcr. C, Treter. j. Harland. Row 2: li. Buckles, L. Ziinni. T. Lescewicz. L. johnson. D. Hart. L. Arallshian, E. Breii-A Weiser, E. Linrlernian. V. Vice. Row 3: L. Reid, A. Sunich. M. Baitista. L. Ta- rasi, D. Anderson. M. Pin- gitore. V. Pettennzzo, H. Tobolik. Row 4: I. YVl1ite, 'I'. Peters. E. Tiritilli. K. Carlson, R. Malmherg, Miss Rasmussen. JANUARY DIVISION TEACHERS Bliss ludith Maris, Mr. jacob Ferclinan. Miss Mary Mc- Tigne, counselor: Miss Flor- ence M. Kilburn, Miss Anna H, Utzig. Miss Helen V. Papenbrook, Bliss Ethel Jaco- bek. Mr. James VV. Moody. JUNE DIVISION TEACHERS Center left picture: Mr. Myles Uavlicek, Nr. Cornelius F. Henze. Mrs. Dorothy O. Knipp, Miss Meta Consoer. Miss Bertha Braddock, Miss Gertrude Redman. Mrs. lsalmell F. Beach, Miss Evelyn A. Rasmussen. Lower right picture: Mrs. Lilli R. Hadley, Mrs, Klarsgarcte Birkenieier. Miss Ethel Kinderman. Miss NI81'g3'I'K' Vaughan, Miss Gace E. Trcleavcn. Nr. Edward IC. Ruzielqa, Bliss Eileen Harring tim. Mr. Perry lf. Gifford. ,A 33 ' Page Sixty-three wk l 'AYou're absolutely right," says Mr. Bradley Ni" 6 W' :M . . . An absorbing subject, good food, and good VW U is x X friends-lunch time . . . A'l'lI have some of this and some of that' '... The inside secrets of a ll J X A Q locker revealed . . . Back to class after a pause ' ,ia A that refreshed us . . . Intermission time at the y I farewell dance for the 4A's . . . Reno, our swing Q W I king, Hgives out" on his accordion . . . We gave i ,y,,. Af4'li ,- the soldiers a hearty Welcome. v 1if1 6i"Ni'242""' 1 ,C 'ils this right, lVlr, Ruzicka?" asks Olga Olsen . . . Frank, the doodlin' drummer boy, from Steinmetz High . . . They sip a i'Coke" and gulp a sandwich . . . They visit after lunch and before division time . . . A 31,000,000 smile for Mr. Ebert from Howard Nelson, Marge Haubner, Hugh Pettigrew, and Berndt Anderson . . . Pour seniors take time out ...' 'Plant ivyf lt's an old Steinmetz tradition," says President Harry to President Jack . . . lt's a festive occasion-the senior class luncheon. age Sixty-live Q, C w""l5 l N ,W 1 1 0 V , w 0 R ' Wim, . sb . 583 sr A , i , big film 1 fi: l i m " sg ' ni V if ...-...- ' E5 bil? all 39 fig 'Q iii 1 .lil P 'E "ll 2 ff .Wm l,,.- . A' 'rr -11. ...14ndAo A pleasant tradition of grad- uation-we sign our names in Mr. O'Hearn's book. We read the Star-and see our names in the last issue. Smiles--the expressions of graduates on Class Day. Page Sixty-six we graduate l 5 r Symbol ot Democracy in lolaclc y and gold -compliments ot the Art Department. t "Democracy by Choice" - theme ot the January gradua- tion program. il A solemn procession-the long awaited diploma is ours. Page Sixty-seven N H vi' w .fd J P gs ,xo I Qi ,vu J GY I j. I 1 X Xxx JUNE CLASS COMMITTEES '. se, Glass Dayllnlvar Anderson, Ann Sorenson, Phoebe Anklam, Frances McDermott, I, Shirlee Reader, Marion Compall, Eugene Grant, Charlotte Grezlik, Lorrain Busby, Q! llmuckey, Ralph Eizik, Jennie Sorentino Anthony La Ferla, chairman: Flor- ence Muzekar, Andrew Hobbs, Isabelle Baumgartner, Marianne Fiorda, Anne , Lffassidy, Rosemary Zimmerman. Christine Dimitice, Hilda Huska, Leonard Osza- kiewski, Mary Goebel, Warren Melgaard, Ed Threedy, Eva Murray, Shirley I Rocklitz, Roger Thake, La Verne Zimm, Jack Sievert. Graduation-Al Domico, Wilma Bennett, Jeanette Kanies, Crystal Groom, June Lowe, Irene Sorem, Harriet Banke, Jack Hettle, Sven Fornell, Alice Kowalski, James Walters, Charles Gebel, Frances Kotlila, Margaret Roesler, Donald Stuart. Prom-Alyce Werner, Dorcella Haug, Vwlilma Jensen, Arnold Williamsen, Helen Ciaston, ,' ' Shirlee Beaver, Lee Shrader, chairman: Joe Composto, Mary Sugrue, Al Martinsen, " Howard Norain, John Malamazian, Ralph Deacon, Louis Schultz, Grace Tveter. Pin and Ring-Ann Sorenson, Florian Kruk, Dorothy Brucher, Jack Schwerer, Violet Baske, Florence Shuler, Joe Burda, Isabelle Baumgartner, Anne Cassidy, Imogene Lorenz, Ruth Hansen, June Peters, Gladys Shuler, Lois Ottman. Announcement-Russel Kriete, Marie Favia, Lois Jacobsen, Don OlNeill, Ellen Beltman, Connie Ferris, Al Stiller, Sophie Shelesna, Ruth Dahme, Bernice Balswick, Robert Schlegel, Lillian Stawartz, Lillian Kampfe, Margaret Thorgerson, Vivian Vice. Class Gift and Finance-Roberta Burton, chairman: Robert McAskill, Norman Schues- sler, Edwina Hamilton, Lucille Golaszewski, Helen Christiansen, Bruce Bergum Marge Hoffman, Shirley Jannusch, Jack Daniel, Imogene Lorenz, Eleanor Wagner Betty Rogers, Helen Priebe, Gladys Shuler, Lois Ottman. 1 1 Christmas Tree-Jack Fattes, Harold Krueger, Marion Compall, Edmond Liss, Helen McLain, Bernard Benson, Joe Burda, Lucille Herrmann, Eileen Miller, Louise Pardus, Frank Stancic, Bob Derra, chairman: Betty Jane Poley, Ruth Schlegel, Lillian Reid. Class Will, History, Prophecy-Warren Porter, prophecy chairman: Marie Favia, Elayne Peters, Love Verne Harder, Dorothy Pader, Elinor Burton, Lorraine Schirmann, Merle Brauer, Marge Fredrickson, Douglas Marsolais, history chairman: Elinor Wagner, Nick Azzato. will chairman: Karhe Neukirrb. Knhaf Rhamlian Vivlqn JACK DOBSON, president. . . we're proud of our president - gently but forcefully he guides our affairs of state . . . DONALD PEIBING, vice-president . . . our friendly Don is second only to our presi- dent - and second to no other . . . RQBERTA BURTON, treasurer . . . her twinkling fingers of piano fame handle our "two-fifties" as Well . . . GERD RASMUSSEN, secretary . . . and We're mighty proud of our minutes keeper, Whose motto is - a record of everything . . . MR. C. HENZE, counselor . . . he is a herald of good tidings and a friend in need. We extend our sincere gratitude to our counselor. f- -Y' ' E We' envied 1 I xxbll , 'xy fb fl 'Xl S51 'J 'I 3 N iq fl A xxlicj Vai v i 'W q Yxlexxu ., ii 51,1 if 4 gf 1 , P it ku Q?-if I-aduate Q , f llll .-in-1-w 1-1-1-I-ave..-4 J Marion J. Balousek Bernice M. Balswick F Russell M. Baltzell l Harriette A. Banke L Violet E. Baske Marie G. Battista l Isabelle K. Baumgartne Shirlee J. Beaver Dominic Bellezza Ellen M. Beltman Wilma J. Bennett Bernard Benson Page Seven! 4' ll H ' 2 I Q 9 59 9 if l ' 1 I t ' -' A .4 ,lf Elizageth C.'JAbral-larn ELI?A1?I-ETH C. ABR? All typ, if athiet 5 aigfjlfto 'Tyr , .x Jsl1c's satisfied with Russell Ig. Adams ailyl OOK-6.lUll1.s?f1 -o 11-111.54-l. ap ent llsgqim ic me if ci owe G.A. . . . RUSSELL L. 7 HW 1 , k, ADAMS, Russs gift at grab should l1elp im be' ne a sp its ai uncer . . ,we secretly L, 1 3 tel' BITIS 1 think he is Ylgetically inclined J. . plays the trtirfiget a11d,likesialal sports , Baseball . . . Mary A. Albus WALT! ADAM A, "Py'esso:"-intetitlsg ttydbe a great resedxfh clieyw . . . enjoys just lie-ing ., and!-t n't me all? . f'likes,war paint on ln 'ans-not grls . . . Pre-liledics, Alc istein .'. . MARY A. AL BUS, I ,time she! will known ZIP-Ai'lxI111lC, the beauticiaif' ' she opglit to be plentyglyeky becaru e of foul leaf clover Sgafllcctioii , . . German Club, ' Stein Sften . . . .RUTH ,QHLDER QN, "Quby" i!,alergic toiootball . . . this tiny miss will Ruth A1dS1'SO1'1 ,X .Q 15 li, lmuigd-"ai home in- Ure-goi1 "Vi'hen l1c' jouin-aiistic ship comes ing. . . sewing and archery occupy It Andersen ' sf, !,',.g leisurg'hoiirs . . ..G,A.2-X, .,, . ANDERSEN, Called .-Dolly, by umst people i I 'ff 'li . tl1in'ks s7EllAll flthl ' 'I er i11 orid ' an ideal 'ilstime . . noisv "fobblers" anniov her I H at lu, t , a fy . , is , Dorothy C' Anderson U iJ. . -L'l11Qllll7Lj1'.Qf the G.A.A . . ,VKROT C. ANQTERSON, "Dotty" would strut around with Gaylord Anqemon the latest iii liE1Slll0ll5 . . . sings. swims. and eatssfjuicy steaks . . . Robert Stack-her ideal . . . fi, 5 dx-XI, Red Ryu Siude t Council .,,f . GAYLORD W. ANDERSON, "Cray" is con- tented wl1en ,tplliing theistory of, ie shaggy, . . . good humor and friendliness are his assets . . . this P,j,l15iaiii'e lawyer eiijoifllslling., . .7 INGVAR G. ANDERSON, l'Swede's" hobby is coin collectiilgfpro shoulQs'be calleil "Scotty", . . , future electrical engineer . . . likes basketball, I!1gVaI' AI'ldSI'SOI'l basellall, in ce skating . . ,RANDALL C. ANDERSON, "Chuckl' craves excitement . . . Randall Anderson a designer' f 111i1ria?tx1les. has built a miniature railroad . . . the future will find this. chap in Herbert And!-een sunny ciflllfllfllfiy' .V . HQWBERT J, ANDREEN,f His travels consist of to and from Steininetz . . . intendsilh go fartl when he becomes a anlous commercial artist . . . PHOEBE A. Phoebe A' Anklarn ANKLAM,Il'eople xyhdgiixiispronounce her name are l'hoebc's foes . . , hopes to make or teach U. S. History . , . .H.S., Dardanelles, Silver Streak, Office Service, Alcliemstein, French Club . . . THERESAW . ARABSHIAN, This lass would like the title "lJoctor'l added to her name . . . 'lTerry" likes listening to operettas but not to gum crackers . . . Pre-liffedics, Sttident . , - Council . . . JACQUELINE J. ARCARA, llere is an independent lass who would be self- Tneresa P Araoshian - 'A supporting . . . hobby-collecting photographs . . . weakness-banana whipped cream pie . . . Jacqueline J. Arcara o.A.A., Girls, chuu- . . . ROBERT H. ARLT, "'l'iob" would like to do business with South Rgbeft H, Aflt American senors and senoritas . . . intends to retire, ricl1 and secure, at the ripe old age of 55 K- John V AI-I-abito . . . Swimining Team . . . JOHN V. ARRABITO, HBeno'i will take to the air when he graduates I - ' . f . . . loves guin, bowling, spaghetti. and the fellow that goes out with the girl he likes . . . "' ELSA N. ARRIGONI, Deanna Durbin is an ideal person to "El", who loves music . . . Kilim? l, line clothes would make her happy . . . G.A.A., Ofhce Service, iGirls' Choir . . . ALBERTA A. " ASPITO, Passes up crowded street ca1's . . . would more with tlhc speed of a deer for a job 4. AI-figoni as an accountant . . . likes playing games with sociable people . . , NICHOLAS M. AZZATO, ' Calling Dr. Azzato , . . blondes, bowling, and books appeal to Nick . . . Pres. Student Council, Albliliilfzaaislsfttkzzato Pres. Pre-Medics, N.H.S.. Vice Pres. Alcliemstein 1 . . LUCY M. BABIKIAN, Keeps her fu1gers ' ' I crossed and hopes to get an automobile of her own . . . conceited people and three quarter Lucy Bablklan length sox make het' see red . . . fi.A.A. STAR, ou-r -rum 54' 51-tw ' bicvnt ' . .A-lj ,, 1 Lee, . ,K -n A 1 l K 'kr C11 do MARION J. BALO.USEK, This lad: likes to heath President Roosevel-t's hreside chats . . . fjb Vt-so ' I considers the President his idealfr.-11' . clanciug' and ice skating ,keep lqim in trim . . . ,Police , , . XJ "2" K' BERN KCE M,,,fBl5.LSWICKj!iA' nursirigf career appeals t,ds.'4l2ea" , . . clothes andrglaiicing make her li tipy-obvious Q'l1l1lifIllCXVl11g' does' not . . . Greeri Curtain lnlaifeig, Cleanffp Catntiaign. Latinf'Club, Stair .,. . RUSSELL M. BALTZAELL, "Russ'sf' Z1Illl'Jlll0I1r,iS T6 own :ai theatre restaurant like.,Earl Caroll's ,f",'. will spend 'his spare s1n1nnei's in Yelloivs-tgriiev National Pzirk . . .lacln1Ai5yrJ1ai11tetl liicliaarisaiid unpainted milsses . . . HARRIETTE A. BANTCE, ln later years ipovieijeviews will be'written by l'Scoop" Banke . slacks and' polo coats please her . . .,a future liachklor and career girl . . . Polish Club, Q.AfA ..,. VIQLET E, BASKE, "Shorty" has her heart set on Kortltwestern . . 4 wants to be infthe Bette Taxis class, as an actrsss . . .plays the 05110211141 piano . . . X.H.'S.. Green Curtain Players . .df ARIE G. BATTISTA, Marie roots for tlie Steiffnletz tean1is,'. . chief: pleasure-fseeinlg F16 "Green and Silverl' win . . . journalism is, her line-a daring reporter,she'l'l be, . . Preis Tflub. Red Cross . .EUISABELLE K. BAUM- 9 GARTNER. dizzy" would 'like to clo"gcnAgiall ofticc work andfgeneral housework someday . . 1 l eollectiqig-pictures of contestants at VV5ll'kHilW01l5 is 'her unique hobby . , . Girls' 'Choir, Frie11dli' liemnies ..., S L-IfIR'LEE J. BEAYER, "Bevie".,stylisl1 as can ihe, likes clothes and hopes to be a tlesigpCrCsoi'11eilaY - . . dbnrestic is sl1e7lil9:s'to make cockies . . . Girls' Choir, Student Council , DOMIN1 J. BELLEZZA, ln tle daYs to come "Don" will' be a conunercial aigtirt . . . has trawled to the far 'Chest . . . eiijoyzsiixchfop suey and jolly friends . . . Sigma Quad, Student Council . , . ELLEN MNBELTMAN, 'Ho keep house 'spick and span is "'l'oodle's" plan for the future. . . i has a sweet tooth for Fannie llayfs ,chocolates , , . N.H.S., Dardanelles...'. . WILMA J. a BENNETT, "NVillie" will play cupid 'for you on request . . . ready. willing, and raring to go . . . places in airplanes or automobiles . . . Dardanelles, Office Service, Pre-Medics, Alchemstein , . . BERNARD' BENSON, li you'l'e in the market for an engineer ol aeronautics, call on "lrish"fl1e'll be ready, willing. and able . . . like-2 good humor and pleasing personalities. Page Seventy-one GERTRUDE C. BERGER, f'l5londie's" favorites vary from fruit-to plain but attractive clothes . . . her future consists of night college and office work . . . snobhish people wget up her dander" . . . CHARLES W. BERGERON, "Hugger" aims to make a million and then take life easy . . . would like to travel . . . he is a wonder at playing his accordion. . . . BRUCE O. BERGUM, California-here he comes! , . . not as a Clark Cable but to set up a business Corporation . . . a clarinetist-maybe a second Artie Shaw . . . Sigma Quad, Alchemstein . . . EDITH F. BERNARD, Loalin' on a lazy day appeals to her . . . "Edie" feeds on foot long "hotdogs" . . . could dance until the wee hours of the morning! . . . IRVING L. BERNARD, A cabin in the North VYoods, a sporty roadster, a continuou: vacation and a pocket full of money-'ASwede's" dream . . . HYou can't stop him from dreaming," . . . RUTHANN M. BERNS, "lioot's" ambition is to own a master'5 degree i11 nursing and to be valedictorian of the class . . . her favorite pleasures are square dancing and the theatre . . . GERALD J. BETHMANN, Knock, knock, here comes "Jerry", super salesman . , . Norwood Park attracts him as do other small towns . . . prefers homework for freshies . , . R.O.'l'.C., Police, Fire Iifarshal . . . RICHARD F. BLAKE, Richard is a man about town, wlio'll rctire as a millionaire at Z3 . . . will live in the country where he can while away the hours fishing and hunting . . . MURIEL E. BORMAN, HChic" is the word for "Mimi" . . , will settle for Krupa's drumming and suits of tweetl . . . the crystal ball reveals a Hawaiian honeymoon for her . . . Office Service, Alchemstein . . . JIM F. BOSEK, Jim hopes to retire in twelve years as a successful business man-K'Get-Rich-Quick" his motto . . . lle'll spend his time and money on fried chicken and out-door sports . . . DON F. BRADTKE, Don's ambition-to be a successful lawyer , . . future -maybefa District Attorney . . . a "swing" addict , . . talent-the art of arguing . , . HENRY E. BRANSON, Caution plus Perseverance plus Accuracy equals a Certified llulslic Accountant . . . Hank hddl-es in the Symphony Orchestra . . . i'Can't live without money," says he . . . MERLE L, BRAUER, Attention!VVright College-Merle is heading your way! . . . sl1e's aiming for a position in a bank for she likes bankers' hours best . . . Student Council, Girls' Choir, N.ll.S .... HELEN J. BRAUN, llfusically inclined is Ilelen . . . declares hats are a hazard . . . guard your pictures of houses or she will take them , . . plays the accordion and beats the drum . . . LYDIA L. BRAUN, Hopes to become an air stewarcless and see the world . . . high heels and anklets offend her esthetic sense , . . bakes. sews, and draws . . . Dardanelles, Pre-Medios, Student Council . . . ELAINE M. BREITWEISER, "Down with jittcrliugsf' says this future typist . . . be prompt in your appointments with her . , . a chocolate cake eater , . . G.A.A., Student Council, Red Cross, Junior Girls' Choir . . . LA VERNE L. BRENNWALD, A private secretary f'Burney" will be . . . a music, ping' pong, and roller skating enthusiast , . . collects snapshots in spare time . . . Clean-'Up Committee, Student Council, German Club . . . MARTHA J. BREUZE, l'arlez vous Francais? Mais oui lyfadamoiselle , . . "l'5reezie" likes "crew cuts" and collegiate clothes . . . bowls and swims in her spare time . . . Pres. French Club. Pre-Nledics, Alchemstein, G.A.A .... BETTY M. BROWN, Betty wants to be a whiz bang reporter . . . will traverse the globe on her own yacht someday . . . Pres. Greeni Curtain Players, Poster Club, Student Council, Girls' Choir. . . EDITH F. BROYLES, Hopes to bring: her silvery voice before the public . . . sarcastic and conceitcd people arouse her irc . . . Girls' Choir, Student Council, Red Cross. Gertrude C. Berger Charles W. Bergeron Bruce O. Bergum Edith F. Bernard Irving L. Bernard Ruthann M. Berns Gerald J. Bethmann Richard F. Blake Muriel E. Borman jim F. Bosek Don F. Bradtke Henry E. Branson Merle L. Brauer Helen J. Braun Lydia L. Braun Elaine M. Breitweiser LaVerne L. Brennwald Martha J. Breuze Betty M. Brown Edith F. Broyles DOROTHY M. BRUCHER, Swing music people who don't keep their promises EDWARD M. BUCKLES, This . . . 'LBucks" gets along well with is her goal . . . G.A.A .... so hustle up girls . Manager Basketball 'lieam . . . ANNE G. BUKDA models . "Mickey" takes to water like like-5 dancing and riding A hung but he will make his millions before his sleepingyarid sailing, are just right . I, Ifiygdiiwwant to remain her friend, don makegl appy . . . Darda- nelles, t'Scot horn in Scotland and sh are and ic ng Y . . sings duets with her 15' 'Der . Neat and fu -hiking tfescrilie "Lollie" to a "Ti . to way please a future eautician . . . Girls' Choir. . . ROBERTA the piano to her . . . playing is f'Bobbie's" ambition . . . to ride in 'iany her hobby . . . Class Treasurer, LORRAINE B. BUSBY, Hllonolulu here I come" is Lorraine' plans to become a comptometrist and earn a line salary . . . has a friendly smile eyes . . . GERALDINE A. BUSCH, "Gerry" enjoys the distinction of being able any of her classmates . . . plians to travel extensively . . . Safety Committee, 0 . . Stein WILLIAM F. BUTLER, Kill Several birds with one stone is f'Meadows' " ambition . . . he'll be a traveling salesman and fulfill' his desire to see the country . . . R.O.T.C. . . . DOROTHY M. BUTTENS, "Zipper" will' be finding your temperature and bringing' you orange juice when you are ill , . . asking involved questions and talking a Mblue streak" are talents of hers. Page Seventy-two G. Burda joseph P. Burda A. Burgeson Burns Elinor A. Burton Roberta A. Burton orraine B. Busby Geraldine A. Busch William F. Butler Dorothy M. Buttens age Seventy-three fp ,Maul 41 V . 'nf Na nf N, J, 4 , 1 !. z.' I F l fred ' 'Aiahf OI' ffyw. A . ' , 5 , v- ,A ' 4' ' 1 Q ' fx uf, , ,, J, M' HV!" xr ' W' ' U f 1 I -1-', ivy 1 Viv, ?i1-At , ' .fight s.,ff. .5 lv .I cl-uAiie.A and jack P. Corkle Theodore J. Costopoulos Charles W. Criscuolo James J. Cummings . ...fl l f"D!"'1' 'fffw jerome j. Czosek . ,-' Ruth M. Dahme Albert G. Damlcof' Marie J. Damico jack W. Daniel Inga B. Danielson Harold H. Daum Glen R. Davis Page Seventy-four Ida A. Cardone Anna E. Carlson Kenneth C. Carlson Kenneth G. Carlson Helen E. Carter Peter G. Carty IDA A. CARDONE, To be a social worker ig "lddie's" ambition . . . the south beckons this talented pianist . . . radio conimercials annoy her . . . N.l'l.S., Dardanelles , . . ANNA E. CARLSON, 'tlllondieu is a talented cook . . . hopes to become a nurse . . . pct peeve-people who interrupt conversations . . . hobbyfmounting lJutte1'l'lies and moths . . . KENNETH C. CARLSON, To graduate from Illinois as a C.l'.A. is "Swedes" ambition . . . appreciates big cars and small blondes . . , steers clear of women drivers . . . Football Team . . . KENNETH G. CARLSON, 'fKenny" hopes to be able to do college homework . . . finds women drivers a nuisance . . . sees nothing' very promising in the immediate future . . . likes traveling . . . HELEN E. CARTER, Helen can strum a guitar, yodeli cowboy songs, or blow a clarinet when called upon . . . will tend a switchboard until she becomes a housewife , . . Pan American, Concert Baud . . . PETER G. CARTY, VVest Point is the destination of a January '41 seniorf ' If this DOSI-Hgl'3fl,y . . . l'Pete" is an usher who hopes someday to own a theater , . . Sigma Quad, Josephine M' .Caruso Student Council . . . JOSEPHINE M. CARUSO, "Jo" will be someones efhcient nurse . . . i Anne C3SS1dY a musical miss-plays the piano . . . likes her dentists-believe it or not! . . . N.H.S.. Dardanelles f' . ' , 4, ,. . . ANNE CASSIDY, "Irish" will be stiff competition for Saks Fifth Avenue . . . riding, I , ' X!! X lf' , Jreading, and relaxingfher three R35 . . . Vice. Pres. Press Club, Sec. Debate Club . . . JACK ,ff f' I Q-XCASTRONOVO, Finances low?-consult our N.l-LS. future stock broker . . . Jay's talents f Jack Castronovo Geraldine M. Charles William P. Chesney Dominic Chiappetta Arakel A. Chobanian Helen V. Christiansen Helen E. Ciaston Edward C. Ciborowski Lita L. Comelli Marion J. Compall Joseph A. Composto Donald R. Conley run along the musical line . . . likes reading books. and Father Flanagan . . . N.l'l.S. . . . GERALDINE M. CHARLES, Shelli receive you with a fanfare as you enter her office . . 'fJerriel' plays ping-pong like a professional . . . Stein Sten, German Club, Red Cross . . WILLIAM P. CHESNEY, "Red" hopes to swing the bat as a professional ball player . . . will model his life after Hob Feller's . . . likes pies, Miss Kilburn, and swimming , . . DOMINIC CHIAPPETTA . . . lYill follow the road to an accountant's office . . . warning to teachers: spread your homework daily . . . Sigma Quad, Latin Club, Police, N.H.S .... ARAKEL A. CHOBANIAN, Arakel has a card up his sleeve when he indulges in this favorite pastime . . . success he desires in everything . . . has a large stamp collection . . . HELEN V. CHRIS- TIANSEN, Top notch artist . . . yearns to be an aviatrix . . . travels include Texas and Mexico . . . N.l'l.S., llardanelles, Math Club, Red Cross, G.A.A .... HELEN E. CIASTON, Future white collar girl . . . ucrarkl' coniptometrist and typist . . . takes pride in the fact that she is a bookworm . . . Office Service, Student Council, Polish Cluh . . . EDWARD C. CIBOROWSKI, "Ed" is a gem on the baseball diam-ond . . . vows he would rather sleep than eat . . . aspires to be a tonsorial artist . . . Fire Marshal, Baseball Team . . . LITA L. COMELLI, lJon't borrow money from "Lee" and forget to return it. for ghe'll be on your trail as a foreign correspondent . . . doters on peaches . . . ltalian Club, G.A.A .... MARION J. COMPALL, "lJion't join the Navy, and see the world anyway" is his motto . . . has no use for puns in speeches, pcssimists, or apple inunchers . . . N.ll.S., Sigma Quad . . . JOSEPH A. COMPOSTO, You should hear that trio "Lover" sings in-it's amazing!!! , . . our life-saver aspires to lead his own band . . . Prom Committee . . . DONALD R. CONLEY, Easy-going, casual "Cowboy" will charm the housewives with his pleasant personality when he sells them his wares . . . Drum Major R.O.T.C. Band, Concert lland. JACK P. CORKLE, Rakes cakes with the greatest of ease . . . hates bullies and arguments . . . active in sports and aims to be a gym teacher . . . Track, Boys' Choir . . . THEODORE J. COSTOPOULOS, 'G'l'ruck" will ily across our country as a transport pilot . . . pct peevcs are Hitler, Mussolini and his brother's ties . . . can do nicely in a spelling hee . . . CHARLES W. CRISCUOLO, A future army pilot . . . dislikes "corny jokes" . . . bowling, hshing, playing ping-pong, and Hedy Lamarr are on "Cris's" like list . . . JAMES J. CUMMINGS, J t "Jim" is completely happy when eating ice cream . . . a talented mechanic is liefrtutomobiles and motorcycles. his specialty . . . plans for the future?fhe'll trust to luck . . . JEROME J. CZOSEK, Dancing "Doc" will be a druggist . . . wallflowers do not appeal to hint , . . semi-pro football is his specialtyfto travel to Texas is his ambition . . . Football, Basketball . . . RUTH M. DAHME, A beef sandwich and a coke is Ruth's order . . . teachers' pets irritate her . . , will mount her magic carpet and see the world . . . Stein Sten, Pan American . . . O ALBERT G. DAMICO, Al is a four letter track man . . . hobbies-photography, model building, weig-ht lifting . . . college and the army will Fill his future . . . MARIE J. DAMICO, Give "Terry" a good spaghetti dinner and she is happy . . . seeing the Cubs play ball is her favorite i , pastime . . . Red Cross. Italian Club, Stein Sten . . . JACK W. DANIEL, XVill advertise those much hated commercials as radio's greatest announcer in WSU . . . Student Court, Treas. Sigma Quad, Co-Sports Editor Star, Symphony Orchestra . . . INGA B. DANIELSON, Inga will be at your heck and call while soaring thru the clouds . . . this denture lass was horn in Sweden . . . travel is her special pleasure .... A lchemstein Club . . . HAROLD H. DAUM, Quakes at the thought of oral reports and tloor talks . . . goes in for sports-especially hasketball . . . engineering appeals to him as life work . . . GLEN R. DAVIS, 'lRudy" plans to take wings and become a transport pilot . . . has he taken leave of his senses F-docstft like redheads . . . French Club. crge Seventy-five RALPH El, DEACONJ Sutlto rnake history in thegelecgical Hfld . . fxoxod issfood toCRalpli Deacon . . . twister stories ma 'e is woot pressure rise .,., ec. sigma Quan. V. res. tucent ounci . . . ROBERT' S. DERRA, 'tOh, how I hate to get up in the morning," sings Bob . . . this Robert S' Defra future chemical engineer knows all about dish washing and soap suds . . . Baseball Team, D0f0'QhY D? .ern Alchemstein . . . DOROTHY C. DIBBERN, To be a competent and well paid secretary is Mlildfed D1dI'1kSel'1 'tDot's" ambition . . . a clever commercial student is she . . . doesn't like rainy weather . . . Red Cross, Bowling, G.A.A .... MILDRED DIDRIKSEN, Joy reigns for "Lulu'l when lemon chiffon pie is within reach . . . likes "blood curdling" mystery stories . . . ainbitionfmatrimony . . . Dardanelles, Green Curtain Players, G.A.A. . . . CHRISTINE A. DIMITICE, Donit take gScirlet's'- telephins nllsimlqer unlessk yn useAEK. fin her tics .1 . . keeging lthe Christine A. ---Ag i . , H -. .r oov s stiai .it wi V e er ies wot ' J . Q . 1 . I ur popu ai cass piesyi ent ms Jack Dobson traveled north, east, south and west only to ietuin to deal Chicago . . . sees more school and , a position as civil engineer ahead . . . N.H.S., Basketball, Sigma Quad . . . OREST J. DOCIMO, Orest Doclrno I "Art" is "Steno'sJ' password . . . we are indebted to hint for the pencil sketch of Mr. O'Hearn Henry P. DOef1Hg . . . with his artistic touch he will paint future advertisements . . . HENRY P. DOERING, This future airplane mechanic dislikes those much talked about knee-socks and conceited girls . . . an ardent Kit Carson admirer is. "Hank' . . . Sigma Quad, Boys' Choir . . . HARRIET B. DOMAGALSKI, Detests being called "little girl" . . . plans to travel far and wide . . . X ixilggicgiiixlaigegivliixntoy lgler . . .1Student lgouncil, Red Ctross, Polish Club, dMath' Club . I. . Xlglarriet Dornagalski . , K' arry" coesn't as inuc o tie uture-just a goo position an: a y V home of his own . . . Star Rep., Student Council, Police, Hall Guard . . . BAYARD DONAHOO, TN! Harold Domke Will defend his. clients after hnishing law scchool . . . indulges in reading good books . . .. I Bayard Donahoo forward girls get nowhere with this member of the Boys' Choir . . . JOYCE M. DONALIQHX 'ei Joyce DOI131d A welcome-addition to the business world . . . collector of most anything . . . has a yen fmt' N 1 I A4 sports in general . . . Stein Sten. llocal History . . . DAVID C. DOOLEY, A successful tn X X1 l JV i ' i A .l in the making.. . . we have to give "Dave" credit-at Steinmetz only one semester andxbe xgls to Latin Club, Silver Streak, Tri-Delta . . . JOHN W. DOPP, Johnny believes in crossingjhisv xl' C RTN!! bridges when he comes to them . . . this outdoor man likes to take pictures of nature in ther if ' rough . . . Boys' Choir, N.H.S .... FRANK C. DORNER, XVomen drivers are a pet peeve I David Dooley of "Dorny" . . . to be present when the roll is called in the Army Air Corps is his aim iii John W' life . . . iikes most anything . . . MARGE M. DOUGAL, t'Midgie" iiket ever-yniiiig-whicli Frank C. DOFHGI' includes chop suey, cream puffs, and jitterbugs . . . she'll teach dancing to earn a living Marge M, DOL1ga1 . . . collects post cards . . . G.A.A., Local History . . . BERNICE M. DRESSLER, t'Bea'3 likes to sketch, drivc, and read . . . considers "Yahudi" her ideal man because he is so popular . . . Clean-Up Campaign, French Club, Visual Education . . . GEORGETTE A. DREW, t'George" visualizes her name in bright lights when she reaches the top in her dancing career . . . herxhobbies-meeting orchestra leaders and collecting souvenirs- .I . .n DONALD DU BOIS, Bernice Dressler From this point on Don's lite 15 a big question mark . . . his ambition is tot travel . . . Women G I tt A D drivers bother him . . . likes foodfespecially sirloin steak . . . STEVE J. DUMA, Here is a eorge e ' rgw fellow who isnlt going to dodge the Navy-he enjoys traveling . . . 4'Slim'sH favorites include Donald DuBO1S chop suey and Gary Cooper. Steve J. Duma lllarcla brouglat winch l I i i i 1 l 1 -- - 4 LE ROY J. DURAVA, The "get-rich-quick" idea appeals to 'iLee" . . . girls who put makeup on in public infuriate him . . . enjoys model railroad building . . . Press Club, Star . . . WILLIAM A. ECKER, After studying at VVright Jr. College and Armour Tech he hopes to become a registered architect . . . when bigger and better buildings are built, he will build them . . . KENNETH L. EIDNES, XVhether it's building airplane motors or marching in the army, Bud will work for his country . . . having to wear a tie is an unwelcome thought to him . , . HANS W. EILRICH, VVill forsake a football field for a draftsinan's office . . . would like to Gnd the man that designs the headgear of the weaker sex . . . Football Team . . . PAUL J. EIZIK, Hfloscol' will do his bit to perfect television . . . likes to whiz around on a motorcycle . . . can swimggracefullyfand ice skate, too . . . RALPH R. EIZIK, How he hates to get up in the morning . . , "Bud" plans to tinker with diesel engines . . . skates and swims with skill , . . R.O.T.C., Band, Concert Band . . . DOROTHY L. ENDERS, Versatile "Dov likes horseback riding. bowling, roller skating, and reading . . . wants to be a court reporter . . . Dorothy Thompson is her ideal . . . Ci.A.A. . . . ESTHER T, ERIKSEN, Esther will "whizzl' by us "sportingll a Mspiffyl' car . . . with a love of the piano and of sports as well, she'll lead a very varied lite . . . Alchcmstein . . . DON J. ERICKSON, "Swede" willl draw your picture for you-for drawing is his hobby . . . crowded halls Vex him-girls do not . . . a future aeronautical engineer . . . ELEANOR L, ERICKSON, HEY' plans to go to school for the rest of her lite-we'd bring an apple to this teacher . . . Library Club, G.A.A,, French Club, Girls' Choir, Orchestra . . . ROBERT R. ERICKSON, Here come the marines with 'tDucky" as their ohicer . . . beautiful music, a blionde, and his tuxedo spell liobls perfect evening . . . Stage Crew . . . ALBERT W. ERNSTING, "Sailing, sailing over the bounding main"-a sailor boy Albert will be . . . watch those pins Hy when he whips that ball drown thc alle-v. Page Seventyssiz J l i 1 i l LeRoy J. Durava William A. Ecker Kenneth L. Eidnes Hans W. Eilrich Paul Eizik Ralph R. Eizik Dorothy L. Enders Esther T. Eriksen Don J. Erickson Eleanor L. Erickson Robert R. Erickson ' Albert W. Ernstingf l Page S eventy-seven .f J' g v L6 ,f 5 1 and lain tn ZJ'i'zi2?'O. kj ' Vx, XJ hi, JK I , :',f,f f' X' .Zi ffl R' ' :Af ' w"' jYjf'!l'if,f""' ff o ' . ' fy ' r 1 f' f A 1 . , ,,ff,i5f' Afflhg L13 51' J' ,Jtfh f,' JJ lf, ' l 4 do o o ka, ,Af f J -1. V 2.3" I eff V 4' , .V -x. we xi , '-'aa 'lull :ml ,ea M 4 signin-,ff Isa:-ff if .LR V ' V 'll it Yann tk 252 544413 3 Q ii 55 Alu veA, Albppq 5JoeA, Y f?"1'4' u As' Alee17eA if A Richard K. Fredericksen Margaret E. Fredrickson Martin A. Funk Ethel J. Garry Kathleen A. Gazda Elmer J. Gearhart Charles G. Gebel Ethel A. Geier joseph A. Gentile Glenn R. Gerhardt A- Corinne C. Gervais Ronald C. Gieseke Page Seventy-eight Florabelle A. Esberger Anne M. Evangelista Norma M. Fabbri Marcelline C. Farmer Marie R. Farnsworth John H. Fattes Elizabeth H. Faubel Marie A. Favia John V. Fay Morris S. Feigenbaum Constance L. Ferris Don O. Fiebing Marianne C. Fiorda Baldina Flammini Elaine D. Flurke Eugene Foley Sven I. Fornell Lucille H. Fosh William E. Francois Edmund J. Frankenberger FLORABELLE A, ESBERGER, "Just swell" describes f'Flo" . . . will always remember her trip to California . . . goes bicycle riding and plays tennis during the summer . . . Dardanelles, German Club . . . ANNE M. EVANGELISTA, Singing will occupy "Aunic's" busy and sparc moments . . . collects records . . . likes all kinds of people . . . lY.lI.S., Dardancllcs, Green Curtain Players . . . NORMA M. FABBRI, A future nurse is our classmate "Shorty" . . . hates to be called "Blackie, . . . loves whipped cream pies . . . Office Service, Red Cross . . . MARCELLINE C. FARMER, HMarce" demands a handsome boss and a turn about is fair play . . . dancing to Dick Jurgens' orchestra is her delight . , . Baud, Hall Guard, G.A.A. MARIE R. FARNSWORTH, "Farmer" wants to he successful at whatever she chooses . . . considers Errol Flynn her ideal person . . . likes traveling' and hopes to do more of it . . . Pan American . . . JOHN H. FATTES, Jack's future includes bookkeeping as a C.l'.A. . . . plays hockey and collects stamps . . , likes ice cream pic and uswingl' music . . . Student Council, Bowling . . . ELIZABETH H. FAUBEL, Super sleuth 'fSusie" snoops around for souvenirs . . . likes things done-not said . . . looks to Florence Nightingale as a guiding spirit . . . Student Council, I're-Bledics. Red Cross . . . MARIE A. FAVIA, l'lawaii-bound-will stop on her way for a load of fudge sundaes . . . "Nlidget's" friends must stick to her through thick or thin . . . N.H.S.. Dardauelles, Student Council . . . JOHN V. FAY, Bud blows a trumpet in the Concert Hand . . . likes to study with the microscope . . . ambition-to be a commissioned officer in the Navy . . . MORRIS FEIGENBAUM, "Nlorrie" is in the middle of an urge to be a printer or musician . . . there isn't any question about his liking rare steak . . . Concert llanrl, R.O.T.C .... CONSTANCE L. FERRIS, llc-rc is "Conniel', a baton twirler . . . success will be hers in whatever :she chooses to do . . . Office Service, N.l-LS .... DON O, FIEBING. Our popular vice-president likes new faces and new places . . . says, "Nothing succeeds like success" . . . liaskethall Team, Boys' Choir, Sigma Quad . . . MARIANNE C. FIORDA, Abbott's Dancing School is where "Maru intends to go after graduation , . . punctualityffher virtueg fried chicken-her weakness . . . Student Council, Green Curtain Players. Clean-Cp Committee . . . BALDINA FLAMMINI, "Bob" aims at a good position as a nurse . . . dances and swims to perfection . . . has a passion for wearing sport clothes . . . Band, Italian Clulv , . . ELAINE D. FLURKE, l'E's" ambition is to lounge in sunny Florida . . . dislikcs the Hliutch Clip" haircut for boys . , . Stein Sten. Local llistory, G.A.A .... EUGENE FOLEY, "Genes future?-one year in the army . . . here is a gentleman who prefer-1 brunettesfjust to be different . . . his talents are too numerous to cnumerate . . . SVEN I. FORNELL, lee cream, clothes, and automobiles appeal to "Sweden . . . his first home was in Sweden . . . hopes to stack up money as the years go hy . . . Fire Marshal . . . LUCILLE H. FOSH, The story of Jeanette Rlacllonalrl flows from "I7ishie's" tongue at a moment's notice . . . hopes to follow in Jeanette's footsteps . . . Green Curtain Players, Senior Choir . . . WILLIAM E. FRANCOIS, An officer in the R.O.'l',C.fan ofhcer in the army-who can tcll? . . . collects coins, stamps and rocks wherever he roams , . . Track Team . . . EDMUND J. FRANKENBERGER, A turkey dinner to Edmund is perfection . . . participates in many sports . . . Howard Norain, our pleasant classmate, is his ideal . . . a future technical worker. RICHARD K. FREDERICKSEN, 'Dick", the draftsman, swings golf clubs and "swings, music . . . roast beet and sport clothes please him . . . an enthusiastic member of the Track Team, Basketball, and Intramural Baseball Teams . . . MARGARET E. FREDRICKSON, Need a nurse? . . . soon you may call "Marge'l to come to your rescue . . . this miss admires neatness . . . dancing to "sweet swingi' suits her . . . Pre-Merlics, Latin Club . . . MARTIN A. FUNK, Studions "Hardy" is well' versed on many subjects . . . this militaristic pianist wants Q to be a theater manager . . . belongs to l"rc-Medics and Visual Ed .... ETHEL J. GARRY, e A future interior decorator . . . the lfliicago loop, and big turkey dinners mean thrills for Ethel . . . Stein Sten. Student Council, Dardanelles, G.A.A .... KATHLEEN A. GAZDA, "Kazic" indulges in salted apples, . . . can sew a fine seam and proves it by making her own clothes . . . books are her loye-will be a librarian . . . Sec. Library Club . . . ELMER J. GEARHART, Eating and sleeping are "Ehno's" weaknesses . . . just a jack-of-alltrades is 116 . . . wants to be his own boss in the future . . . Ttoys' Choir . . . CHARLES G. GEBEL, f'Clarke" can bowl a strike almost every time . . . a future commercial artist . . . dance music 0 e To him is to be listened to . . . Bowling 'l'e-am, Safety Commission . . . ETHEL A. GEIER, lIhotog'raphy is "liet's" hobby . , . hei goal is to bc a teletype operator . . . ice Cl'C'Hll1 Hlltl slack suits are her faxoritc: -... Student Council. G.A.A .... JOSEPH A. GENTILE, "CurlcY,' will run a race nith this hurrying, scurrying world . . . we hope he'll win in the end . . , has traveled as far as school and home again . . . GLENN R. GERHARDT, Glenn wants to be a government' farm inspector or manager of an experiment farm . . . plays the tuba and has his own dance band . . . Concert Band, R.O.T.t'. Band . . , CORINNE C. GERVAIS, NVomcn Q Q Q attorneys are scarce and "Dolly" would like to further populate this field . , . l1'lf'3l'5IstE'fl ill math and winter sports is this jolly member of the French Club. . . RONALD C. GIESEKE, Sweet Hawaiian music tlocsn't soothe "Roddy's" soul . . . thinks John Barrymore is 'fsuperq . . . a super salesman he plans to he as he sees the country. Page Seventy-nine LOLA M. GIOVANNONI, f'Lo", a future secretary, enjoys eating . . . this miss loathes Lola M Giovannoni conceited people . . . finds collecting records and pamphlets a pleasant hobby . . . Stein Sten. M D G b 1 Italian, G.A,A .... MARY D. GOEBEL, 'lMarc" has a sense of humor and an car for good ary ' oe e music . . . likes mysteries and Orson VVelles . . , would be an archaeologists secretary . . . Myrtle A- Goettsche Dardanellcs, Silver Streak, Stein Sten . . . MYRTLE A. GOETTSCHE, Ginger Rogers repre- Lucille Golaszewski sents "Rcd'sl' ideal person . . . enjoys the music of swing bands . . . hopes for a career as a 'l model . . . German Club, Library, G.A.A, . . . LUCILLE GOLASZEWSKI, Aims high in life -. and wc know she'll get there . . . Uncle Sam's history will be brought to light under A'Lue's" i I guidance . . . FRED GONZALEZ, Fred is very proud of his militaristic talents-aims at a A 4 captaincy in the If. S. Army . . . the life of the party . . . l'res. of Pan American Club . . . ' ' CLARETTA M. GOODEY, VVil'l till our comic strips with Betty's girls . . . makes a side-line Fred Gonz lez i of listening to others' troubles . . . whil-es away the hours dancing or watching sports . , . Red Clare a M' Goodey, Cross, G.A.A .... EUGENE W. GRANT, S'Bud's" not particular about his job, just interested r gene wc- Grant in getting one . . . he is a combination of sportsman and bookworm . . . proficient as a basketball Chaf10tte A, Gpezlik player . . . Basketball Team . . . CHARLOTTE A. GREZLIK, "Shaiky" admires Dick Jurgens' I orchestra but her soul calls out to the classics , . . will be an ofhce girl . , . Dardanelles, German I' Club, Library Club, G.A.A .... EVELYN B. GRIM, Versatile "Dolly" includes swing music, A5 i, , 'N X tennis, and skating l1E1' favorites . . . will snub the boy who calls her Wfootsl' . . . a ,Af -' career as a ciosmetician beckons . . . Girls' Choir, Red Cross . . . MARGARET G. GRIMM, I B 1 4, f'Marge" plays the saxophone and tapldances . . . likes to correspond with people in foreign N 1, e ' 1' ,'.- lands . . . her ambition is to be a teacher of mathematics . . . Band, G.A.A .... SAM GRISANTI, rgaret Successful "Sam,' believes in equal rights for all . . , an odd fellow-fhc enjoys working . . . 'Jr Sa-rnggn-Srantl , ping-pong and pool till his idle moments . . . l'an American Club . . . CRYSTAL E. GROOM, ' GYOOIII "Chico" has a talent for getting into trouble . . . will teach kiddies their A lj C's . . , to be a A 1, f ' success in her career her ambition . . . N.H.S ..., EDWARD T. GROSKO, "Ed" wants to 1 Q f be a political boss-something new and different . . . a second Barney Oldfield when it comes 'VY A ' i to driving cars i,.. BETTY JANE GROSS, "Betsey" wants to be a secretary . . . plays the piano and enjoys it . . . likes the singing of Gladys Swarthout . . . enjoys people with a sense T. Grosko of humor . . . DONALD J. GROSS, The wide open spaces call 'KDoc" who'd like to be a I fB t G rancher in Texas . . . likes a good political argumeent, but will compromise at the sight of a " et Y Jane ross brunette or food . . . GLADYS J. GUNDERSEN, As a soprano "Gee-Gee" hopes to ride the Donald J. GYOSS air-waves . . . opera, rhurnbas, and Grace Moore appeal to her music'loving' soul . . . Girls' Gladys J. G'l1Y1de1'SCI'1 Choir, Pres. French Club . . . IRENE J. HAGOPIAN, This future receptionist will make use of 'her fine command of English and pleasant voice . . . "1" wants to own a C31"Sl1Cyl'l make the down payment with her first paycheck . . . JOSEPH R. HAHN, NYilil play his own accom- paniment to his wedding? maybe? . . . would like to be an orchestra leader-will probably be a tool and die maker . . . IRENE HAJOVICH, Gliding along in a ballroom pleases "Butch" Irene J' Hagopian most-smooth sailing! . . . hopes to be a doctor's secretary . . . her mother and dad are her ideals . . . Hall Gum-ti . . . BYRON T. HALVORSEN, win follow baskmlari as a coach . . . Joseph R' Hfihll when not struggling with homework, can be seen reading magazines . . . declares at graduation Irene Hajovlch he'll truly be a man . . . Basketball Team. Byron T, Halvorsen " -r Hifi i ,f,,t,ll"N ,, f H ,ff lm' lf! i if if . 1" FN W .u, 8 P. ., " XV 'li 14 I t' 9 , fl ,Cz A e K I f jjwhptilv 'Lf R." ,. , Q" f ,Jr X5 .f ff J claAAi2'i V due .I EDWINA H. HAMILTON, "Mademoiselle VVinnie" will be famous as a French teacher . . . she is a yacht and opera enthusiast . . . Girls' Choir, Math Club, French Club . . . THOMAS J. HAMILTON, The future looks cloudy to "Bones" but Hevery cloud has a silver lining" . . . his favorite teacher must have a sense of humor .... Baseball, Track Team . . . RICHARD B. HAMMER, Good-natured Dick has become that way by eating and sleeping aplenty . . . thinks those new Buick factories are fine places to work in . . . Swimming Team . . . MARGARET M. HANCOCK, "Marg" wants to see Schiaparelli at work designing clothes . . . "hitch your wagon to a star"-hcr motto . . . operas, poems, and mystery stories thrill her . . . CAROLINE H. HANRICK, Sparkling eyes, a winning smile, and a pleasing voicegdescribe this future telephone operator . . . 'KCarrie" likes good food, lively friends, and happy days . . . GWENDOLYN R, HANSEN, "May I help you?" will be Ruth's polite question . . . drives a car but not as a Sunday driver . . . Student Council, Red Cross, Girls' Choir . . . VERA A. HANSEN, Hopes the future will find her a professional roller skater . . . queer hats and people who brag annoy her . . . a versatile missfsews, draws, and plays the piano . . . LOVE VERNE HARDER, 'fLovey" wants to teach on a New Mexican Indian reservation . . . considers her mother an ideal perosn . . . dislikes cheap perfume nd foreign foods . . . N.H.S., Dardanelles . . . MARVIN E. HARGES, Photographer 'flllary' is an artist at heart . . . finds pleasure in playing' tennis and dancing , . . Pres. of Sigma Quad, Visual Education, Pres. of Alchemstein . . . JANE M. HARLAND, VVill folllow in the footsteps of Florence Nightingale if she has her way . . . if it's an alibi you want, call on i'Janey"-for s-he is a good "talker outer", . . . DOLORES V. HART, "Loree" wants to own a ranch and live in YVild VVest style . . . dancing, sport clothes, and Deanna Durbin please lier . . . Green Cugtain Players, French Club . . . BETTY L. HARTUNG, A great talent for playing the piano has our pal 'fToots" . . . will be one of our "number please" girls . . . would like to go to Florida for a visit . . . G.A.A. ' Page Eighty H Harrnlton Thomas J. Hamilton ' Richard B. Hammer Margaret M. Hancock aroline H. 'f anriok Gwendolyn Q,KHansen Vera,lA. ansen X ELove-Verne Harder " c 9 ef w Vi, U, 1' ig i .P , f .3 . ,bg E. 1-Iarges Harland Iiolores V. Hart ' Betty L. Hartung . Pcfgeeffzghty-one -u fg - l . Y ' Kjvtgfa-V4 ff, A x'.d"'flid-'dl fy e fxefg If Voff' . U, tlaef r tl'eaAul-er lf New OOO Q . , Remember lww the gil-IA aught .l V, 2 X' 1 ,fi xl if Vera B. Houtsinger Mable R. Hoyle John F. Hyrley K ilda,H1g.Qka . .X Q 1. y.l'. -1 X l . I, W - , J , rf kf' .1 If .. Mil, . ' l .yxi 4 . ' "-1 gl .J ther D. Hycnar Bernard I. Ignatius Sarah J. Insolia Shirley M. jaacks XJ Lois L. Jacobsen Mildred M. Jakubowski Emily M. janco Eunice L. janesch Page Eighty-two l DORCELLA D. HAUG, In 'lDor" we have an efficient comptometrist . . . when she get'- Dorcella D' Haug her first car it'll be a yellow convertible . . . Local History, Polish Club, Student Council John S-,Havens . . . JOHN S. HAVENS, ,Tohn's idea of a hearty meal-pheasant and brown gravy Marlon Hayden General Robert li. Lee is his ideal soldier . . . likes outdoor sports and the wide open spaces Richard J. Hayes . . . MARION M. HAYDEN, lleauty and bi-anis win tmitbitte to prescribe the fight kinds of food for us . . . secondary arts-bicycle riding and singing . . . N.H.S,, Dardanelles, Alchtnl stein, Green Curtain Players . . . RICHARD J. HAYES, "Moe", this outdoor man, likes fishing and hunting . . , proficient at eating and sleeping . . . he'll be an electrician and throw light on every subject.. . GUNTHER C. HEEREN, The great outdoors is calling hini a future forester . . . hunting, fishing, and camping are his conception of perfect bliss Gunther C' Heersn enjoys collecting stamps . , . Latin Club . , . NORMA E. HEINEMANN, "Tiny" blows and Nofma E' Helnernann blows-and what comes out?-a whistle.. .likes people with a sense of humor . Ruth M. Helnluth future coniptometer operator . . . N.l'I.S., Green Curtain Players . . . RUTH M. HELMUTH Virginia Hennefnan "Blondie" would like to be an operator of office machinery or a C.l".A .... Teddy Roosevelt is her ideal . . . N.H.S., Dardanelles. G.A,A .,,. VIRGINIA R. HENNEMAN, iiGlhIl1SS ideal person must be tall, dark, and handsome . . . enjoys being with jolly friends . future beauty operator . . . Pan American, Local History . . . MARVIN J. HENRICKSEN VK'ould like to be a business man promoting' South American trade . . . tobogganing and Marvin Henriksen ik2tIi51sOTIipt-El Ito himf.t. . a slight owl wltok hates waiting 'for stgeea Sars . . . IELAIIEISI C - , ' aine, a u ure s enograpier, i'es spor s, music, ant co ics . . . ier io v Elalne Henson playing "swing" records . . . her mother is her ideal person . . . G.A.A ..., LUCILLE A Lucllle Herrmann HERRMANN, "Lou" plans to live an exciting life as a court reporter . . . can't stand tall jack M. Hettel Sim-ies but loves long it-aides . . . iiartiaueiies, o.A.A .... JACK M. HETTEL "Gaco" has been a true Steininetzer for tour years . . . likes bowling and Fishing, and he adore sleeping . . . designing will be his life's work . . . Poster Club . . . ESTHER H. HEY llcr dainty hands shall float over the keys of a typewriter . . . i'Es" excels in the field of sports . . . anklets and high heels have no foot appeal for her , . , G.A.A .... DOROTHY Esther Hey J. HINTZ, "Dottie" will be asking you for your number when you pick up the 'phone . . . likes Dorothy J- Hintz taking and developing' snapshots . . . plays the .piano for amusement . . . ANDREW HOBBS ' Rain, rain, go away and dont put wrinkles in "Scoops" trousers . . . will be a reporter Andrew Hobbs on one of our daily papers . . . Treas. lloys' Choir, Press Club . . . THEODORE HOFFER Theodore HOl:l-ef NVith both feet on his desk, friendly "Toof" will be a hig business man . . , Hsmart Alecs aggravate him . . . Football Team, Track Team. French Club . . . NICHOLAS A. HOFFMANN Gene Krupa in the making is our drummer boy-f'Cnrly" . . . can listen with interest to i good radio program . . . his friends have to be jolly . . . MARGIE L. HOFFMANN, HOn to Northwestern" is Margie's slogan . . . has made the grade in three and a half years Nicholas A' Hognqann city archery chainp in V739 . , . Dardanelles, Girls' Choir . . . LILLIANT C. HOPPE, Happy Margie L Hoffmann the gay is long . . . this accordionpplayeg loves iaettty Elothesdq . . ill-rzragrggeli I . ' ann y ost's pro em-not ters . . . 'res. .lCl'lllHl1 fu , ,ir s' ' oir . . . Lllllan Hoppe HOPPE, "Penelope" sings in the church choir . . . likes people who are a lot of fun, joilal Ruth Ellen Hoppe and good natured . . . liasn't been tardy while at Steinnietz. VERA B. HOUTSINGER, Merchandising and buying is the career for "Kitten" . . . one linger piano playing is her specialty . . . tardy slips and tardy people annoy her . . . Student Council, Girls' fhoir . . . MABLE R. I-IOYLE, "l'oots" would he the "boss's" secretary . . . appreciates good classical l1lLlSlC . . . loathcs "snoopy" people . . . collects fashions for her scrapbook . . . JOHN F. HURLEY, He would like to he known as Mr. Hurley, the big business man . . . a talented ladiswims like a fish and sings like a lark . . . HILDA HUSKA, XVill "strut her stuff" at Northwestern . . . specializes in wearing sports clothes . . . whirls through life on skates . . . Ollice Service, Green Curtain Players, Alchemstein . . . ESTHER D. HYCNAR, "Stair" could wear holes in her shoe leather and in the floor but still she would continue to dance . . . keeps company with lively persons . . . Polish Club, G.A.A. . . . BERNARD I. IGNATIUS, On to Oregon and the CCC. Camp for UFlasl1" . . . saves track team results . . . a machinist who likes Glen Cunningham and shrimp salad . , . Track Team . . . SARAH J. INSOLIA, A potential jitterlmug is Sarah . . . would like to be a model . . . talents include cooking and dancing . . . enjoys Glen Miller's music . . . Italian Club, G.A.A. . . . SHIRLEY M. JAACKS, i'Shirl" hopes to be a comptonietrist . . . lounging in slacks makes her happy . . . likes to skate. dance. drive, and ride . . . G.A,A., Hall Guard, German Club . . . LOIS L. JACOBSEN, And what to your wondering eyes shall appear but a scoop by reporter Lois . . . delights in playing the piano and eating salads . . . Stein Sten, G.A.A. . . . MILDRED M. JAKUBOWSKI, 6'Nlargie" is not unreasonable-she'd go to California or Florida as a private secretary . . . stamp and coin collecting is her hobby . . . Stein Sten, G.A.A .... EMILY M. JANCO, "Mil" would like to enter the business world and take dictation . . . likes foreign dishes and dancing' . . . sports are her special delight . . . G.A.A., German Club . . , EUNICE L. JANESCH, Quite a dancer is Eunice and quite a bowler, too . , . dislikes Popeyc's favorite dish but is "crazy" about "VVitnpy's" . . . wants to travel after she earns the necessary money. crqe Eighty-three e ul lf' HA? SHIRLEY E, JANNUSCH, HShirll' wants to work in an ofnce as a typist . . . would like Jann-usch to live on skates and "go mcrrily 'round and aroundn . . . G.A.A .... LORETTA L. Loretta L Jarzernbowski JARZEMBOWSKI, l'Silence is golden" is "Lanrie's" belief . . . Hweigh what you say" , , is this rlemure lassie's motto . . . hopes the future will lind her an aviatrix . . . EUGENE M. Eugene M' Jaslnskl JASINSKI, VVould like having a chain of meat markets ably nianaged by assistants . . . DOI'0tl'ly Jensen hates to have his favorite radio programs cut short for commercials . . . Polish Club . . . DOROTHY E. JENSEN, Her future-preparation for missionary work in the Kentucky niuntains , . . likes to play the guitar . . . N.H.S., Dardanclles, Office Service, Student Council, Girls' Choir . . . RUTH A. JENSEN, Shc'll continue her schooling after leaving good old Steinmetz . . . likes to make new acquaintances . . . photography intrigues Ruthie . . . Office Secretary., Pan American . . . WILMA J. JENSEN, A girl who likes to go places Ruth A' Jensen and do things is "l.Villy" . . . bows and beaux fascinate this member ot' the Prom Committee Wllnla J- Jensen and Pan American Club . . . LORAYNE- V. JOHNSON, 'lJohnnvl' hopes to be a professional LOf2.yf16 V. Johnson model . . . pretty clothes and pleasant friends please her . . . Visual Education, Girl-s' Choir. Lucille M. Johnson Green Curtain Players . . . LUCILLE M. JOHNSON, "Cookie" admires the ice skating ot' Sonja Henie , . . would much rather dance than do homework . . . a fried chicken ian . . . Jr. Girls' Choir, G.A.A ..., MARION E. JOHNSON, Quiet Uhlareu likes to listen to other people talk . . . will be a nurse . . . loves to read and listen to the radio . . . Library Club, G.A.A .... RAYMOND T. JOHNSON, f'Doc", a newcomer to Steinmetz, is interested . in the study of medicine . . . the mysteries revealed by the microscope fascinate him .... MHFIOH E- Johnson SHIRLEY F. JOHNSON, Studious and capablegare Shirley's characteristics . . . plays the Raymond T, Johnson piano with ability . . . collecting pennies is her rather extravagant hobby . , . N.H.S.. ' ' F. Johnson Daidanellcs . . . BETTY M. JOHNSTON, liets wants to play the organ as well as she M. Johnston plays the piano . . . owning lots of shoes warm her toes and heart . , . hopes to visit every , nook and corner of the good old If.S.A. . . . HARRY J. JOHNSTON, This future professional - baseball player has made a "hit" with his classmates . . . thinks bowling, slack suits, and - Steaks are okay ,..' llaseball Team, Basketball Team, Bowling Team , . , ROY L. JORGEN- 4 SEN, "Y0gie" wants to ily and be another Frank Hawks . . . says "Yum, Yum" to chicken and dumplings . , . lends a sympathetic ear to swing music . . . ANNA M. JUHL, t'Annie" Haffy Jghnstgn will congratulate many people when she delivers her musical telegrams . . . talented pianist Roy L. Jorgensen , . . . hobbies-skating and dancing . . . G.A.A ,... MILDRED R. KAEHLER, "Millie, A M A hopes to find an ideal employer in her career as a stenographer . . . collecting stamps is her nna. ' Ju Q hobby . . . swimming and dancing occupy'her odd moments . . . CATHERINE KALAKIS, Mildred R- Iiaenler 'lKay" wants to be a C.P.A .... likes eating frog legs and going fishing' . . , sees no' beauty in long red nngernails . . . Gene Autry, singing cowboy, is a favorite with her . . . CARL C. KALINOSKI, Here comes the Navy!-with "Fuzzy" on board . , . he'll he a sailor boy . . . enjoys his hobby-sleeping . . . Oh! the Navy has comfortable hammocks . . . LILLIAN S. KAMPFE, A musical miss who fingers the accordion to good advantage . . , will' further hex' Catherine Kalakis commercial knowledge at business college . , . Clean-Up Campaign, Office Service, German C K 1. k. Club . . . EVELYN A. KAMYKOWSKI, "Eva" ifieai im- mother . . . this future af , -, amos 1 stenographer dislikes chronic borrowers . , . likes to dance during her leisure hours . . . I-Inna-n S- Karflpfe French Club, C.A.A., Stein Sten. Evelyn A, K8InykOWS JEANETTE L. KANIES, One song on the Hawaiian guitar makes up her extensive repertoire . . . gay "Jinny" brought shouts of laughter as Elsie Patterson in 'KGrowing Pains" . . . Green Curtain Players . . . GUS S. KARAMBELAS, Girls, now is your chance to meet "Goose-" Karambelas, the future movie actor-the only drawback is his dislike for women . , . Clean-Up Committee, Police . . . GEORGE E. KARTH, "Lucky" has a knack for getting in and out 0 of trouble . . . will be a journalist or an officer in the army . . . Student Council, Police, R.O.T.C ,... LEONA KASHUL, Neat and efficient 'fLee" enjoys stage plays, movies, and an occasional opera . . . her ambition-to become a secretary . . . Dardanelles, Office Service . . . NORA KAYLEGIAN, Canada and Europe beckon to 'iNorie" . . . will cure our ills- or take dictation , , . a lively addition to a party is this song and dance girl . . . G.A.A. PATRICIA M. KELLY, l'at will take an extended vacation from her position as secretary to kiss the Blarney Stone in lreland . . . admires Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots . . . Dardanelles 0 e . . . TONY KENDRICK, l'Tony" craves excitement-he may find it in the world of sports . . . an all around happy-go-lucky fellow-he-'d rather go swimming than study . . . HELEN E. KERBER, It "Hon" isn't singing she's playing the pianofa musical miss is she . . . would like to plug telephone calls for a living . . . G.A.A .... MILDRED H. KJEMHUS, Studious ' Mildred can unscramble any theorcni or equation . . . a courageous and daring lass-plans to be a missionary in Africa . . . N.H.S., Math Club, Dardanellcs . . . GLENN A. KLINE, . A 0 lO,UUO dollars a year is Glenn's goal . . . will be a first class tool and die maker . . . adventurous Errol Flynn and roller skating' are his favorites . . . Boys' Choir . . . TED P. KLUZ, "Lloyd" M will sce every river and mountain of the Il. S .... Hsnappy wise-cracks" are his specialty . . , his destiny lies in a machine shop . . . ELSIE C. KNOLL, "Els" is in hcr glory when mingling with outspoken people . . . excels at liotany . . . turkey dinners and dancing in the moonlight i appeal to her . . , Green Curtain Players. Page Eighty-foul Jeanette L. Kames Gus S. Karambelas George E. Karth Leona Kashul jf lxxg jk i 6 Nora Ka le ian y g Patricia M. Kelly Tony Kendrick Helen E. Kerber Mildred H. Kjernhus Glenn A. Kline Ted P. Kluz Elsie C. Knoll Page Eighty-five .2 ' .WW , I A I is i 7, F M W! .7 u 'J 'll Coiffe ell' ' -.,,.-1 , s 4 I f ' ,J ' X., ,g,!'4 - i ' 4- , " F mvrn kg Q ffxuwf"f'3""d' K' in . I ,S f 2 . I . . '9 AX fri?-V' l e F F ,QQ .V .H C C Q JZ.,-42 ,LW.fL .9 , 1 7 ff 141 the way rom gl-aduativnn K r166onA -,yjy- ,tX. Mary S Kunjosxan Matthew H Kura Edward A. Kures Florence M. Kustron r' 'V Anthohy' R. La Ferla D ' rLa ri MOTIS go o M' , Jae, T. Lange 'a 'Charlotte R. Langl ' N Dorothy M. Lantz Betty M. LaPetina Evelyn M. Lark Marian A. Larsen Page Eighty-six Theresa K Knoll THERESA K. KNOLL, After business college Theresa hopes to he a private secretary to- some important person . . . picnics, dancing, a11d window shopping are her delights , . . WALLACE G. KNUDSEN, Air-minded NVally shuns women drivers by taking to the air- Wallace G. Knudsen LuCi11e.E' Koenlgsberg ways . . . making model airplanes is his hobby . . . held come down to earth for a "hot doglf William F. Kohler ami El good show . . . LUCILLE E, KOENIGSBERG, --Luitrf wsu give up her sport clothes to don a nurse's uniform . . , bicycle riding provides ample transportation-says she . . . Local History Club. G.A.A .... WILLIAM F. KOHLER, A traveler is 'fVVillie"-has visited the deep southfside . . . is in his glory when surrounded by girls . . . he thinks people get long noses from being 'tnosey" . . . EDWARD A. KOLASSA, Ed collects autographs of radio Edward Kolassa announcers . . . a tireman he'lL be if his plans come through . . . wants time to eat blueberry Aurelia Kopfer pie a la mode . . . AURELIA L. KOPFER, Gardening is her favorite pastime . . , likes dreamy . waltz music and a perfect partner . , , she'll be a photo hnisher . , . German Club, Safety Alice A' Koster Commission, Student Council . . . ALICE A. KOSTER, Alice will soon be seen wearing a lei Laverne KOSIOW . . loves hounds and even collects their pictures . . . her heart patters at the sight of Lloyd Nolan . . . LA VERNE G. KOSLOW, This pretty lass wants to pose for pictures. . . . people have to be neat to rate with her . . . poems and cute Hquips' appeal to her . , . ELEANOR' KOSTRZEWA, HEI" is a home girl who can handle a needle and pots and pans, too . . . dancing and roller skating are only some of her pleasures . . . Stein Sten . . . FRANCES H. KOTFILA, Eleanor KOStfZeWa A future teacher is our Frances . . . dislikes overly-nice people . , . appreciates a faithful friend Frances H. Kotfila . . . excels in music . . . Pres. llardanelles, N.H.S., French Club . . . ELI KOWAL, lf it's Kowal music you want lili can furnish it on his harmonica . . . you can annoy this fellow by whispering while he tries to enjoy a show . . . a future explorer . . . HARRY KOWALCZYK, Harry is HELTTY K0Wa1CZYk going' to set type for a living . . . during his spare time he sketches and builds model airplanes :li Py,,,..,,l.f.j,,i1TJ . . . likes Artie Shaw's music . . . Polish Club . . . ALICE L. KOWALSKI, ln "All' we have , t' a future civil service employee . . , reads biographies in her spare time . . , N.H.S., Clean-Up 'fl' 'f,-Y"f",l- Campaign, Dardanelles, Green Curtain Players. Press Club . . . DOROTHY J. KRAFT, This , , post card addict likes dogs, chickens, and witty people-not all at the same time . . . "Dot" Ahce Kowalskl will enter the surgical field as a second Florence Nightingale . . , JESSE J, KRAMER, Dorothy Kraft "Jesse James" intends to be a test pilot . . . likes blondes and red heads-doesn't like home- Jesse J. Kramer work . . , talented in music , . . Clean-'Up Committee, Pan American Club . . . RUSSELL A. RuSSe1A. Kriete KRIETE, "Russ" and his camera are inseparable . . . wants to help popularize colored photographs . . . a talented violinist . . . Orch., Vis. Ed., Police, Fire Marshal . . . HAROLD' R. KRUEGER, A pilot who enjoys dancing, swimming, and Fishing . . . has traveled to far away downtown and Michigan , . . dotcs on roast turkey but loathes poor table manners . . . FLORIAN A. KRUK. "Fug',has thc Fine, but common ambition to enter the Army Air Harold R' Krueger Corps . . . likes well dressed gir s with a-'good sense of humor . . , Polish Club . . . DOROTHY - F. KRUSE, A quiet and unassuming miss who'd make a lovely addition to the business world Florlan Kruk . . . is hobby mindedfhas several ol her own . . . German Club, Hall Guard . . . EUGENE Dorothy F' Kruse 'J KUCHNER, "Professor" Kuchnt-r's hobby is chemistry . . . hopes to become an aeronautical L EI.1ge1'lF.KfuCl'1l1e1' engineer . , . plays the clarinet in the band . . . likes hunting, fishing, and swimming. . 'f Y . 5 J f 4' " fe I Z., 1 l MARY S. KUNJOSIAN, iiM3l',i will do secretarial work in the future . . . likes dancing and swimming . . . hopes to see Central and South America someday . . . Pan American Club, G.A.A .... MATTHEW H. KURA, This golfer wants to win the National Open Championship . . . his likes in sports range from ping-pong to football . . . Golf Team . . . EDWARD A. KURES, Here is Ed, a pleasant fellow, who likes to be alone with his thoughts . . . dancing and swimming please him, too . . . a future draftsman is he . . . FLORENCE- M. KUSTRON, If it's food you want, call on f'Babe", our home economist . . . she is an ardent perfume collector and sniffer . . . N.ll.S., Dardanelles, Student Council . . . ANTHONY R. LA FERLA, To travel around the world would satisfy l'l'ony" . . , loathes 'lsoup suppersl' . . . loves southern -fried chicken . . . N.H.S., Green Curtain Players, Sigma Quad . . . DORIS R. LAGORIO. YVill add to Steinmetz's fame when 2111tl if she becomes a success U . . . "Cokes" are "okayl' with Dora . . . will invent foolproof carbon paper , . . Nd-LS., Latin Club . . . JACK T. LANGE, Thee fixture holds a series of question marks for Jack . . . skims V' along the ice . . , can be found anytime gorging steaks and French fries . . . CHARLOTTE R. LANGUSCH, Country life appeals to this lassie who'd become a farmc-r's wife at a moment's notice . . . Red Cross. Student Council. Green Curtain Players, Senior Choir . . . DOROTHY M. LANTZ, Happy-go-lucky t'Pops" just takes life easy by reading and playing the piano . . . her ideal person must have a sense of humor . . . Pan American, Clean-Vp Committee . . . BETTY M. LA PETINA, f'Dolly" is a jitterburg . . . likes entering contests . , . talented ballroom dancer . . . ambition-to be a beauty culturist . . . Green Curtain Players, Student c P 0 . O Council. Library Club . . . EVELYN M. LARK, ls known to her friends as "l.arkie" . . . her hobby is collecting oil paintings . . . her ideal is Betty Davis . . . has a talent for playing the musicbox . . . MARIAN A. LARSEN, "Mar" keeps lit by playing a fine game of tennis . . . hopes to break the speed record for typists . , . Green Curtain Players, G.A.A., Library Club. ge Eighty-seven CONRAD E. LARSON, Give "Connie" a boat load ol money and he'll be satished for the rest of his life . . . loves to play the piano . . . Latin Club , . . DORIS R. LAUFER, A future interior decorator is Doris . . . music appeals to this pianist . . . N.H.S., Pre-Medics, Local History, German, Red Cross . . . ALICE J. LAVINE, HSis" simply despises bow ties . . . this modest miss possesses no talents. she claims . . . telephone operator in the making . . . G.A.A. MARGERY A. LAWRENCE, "Maggie" wants to be a dietician . . . likes fried chicken and carinel sundaes-but not for her patients . . . Hawaii attracts her . . . ALBERT LEAPLEY, "Budl', whose pet peeve is school, is glad hels finished with it . . . has no other aim in life but to enjoy. it . . . LUCILLE J. LE BRUN, "Lu" is an outdoor girl-likes camping and fishing . . . hopes the crystal ball will show her traveling through the forty-eight states in a trailer . . . German Club . . . JOSEPH E. LEHMAN, Cheerful UJQ-Jo" whistles while he works . . . collects stamps of all descriptions . . . has an enormous appetite for good foods-of ali kinds . . . TESS F. LESCEWICZ, Tess likes children and good music . . . never misses a Deanna Durbin picture . . . looks forward to traveling in the future . . . G.A.A., Polish Club WANDA N. LESNIAK, Has a passion for bowling . . . hopes to own her own alley and will bar it from poor sportsmen , . -. Vice-Pres. Polish Club, Capt. Bowling Team, G.A.A. . . . HAROLD C. LESSICK, Hal will be writing the name of Steinmetz in the sky as a foreign correspondent . . . we think he likes flying to avoid women drivers . . . Safety Commission . . . JOSEPH M. LETRICH, "Electricity" likes to be in bliss Cahill's classes . . . does justice to Hungarian goulash . . , Joe will hit the highways when hc gets his own truck . . . J, LICHNER, "I-Keylsn motto is "See Hawaii" . . . keeping a scrapbook of beautiful hoines fills her spare moments . . . all teachers please her . , . Student Council, G.A.A., Friendly Femmes . . . EILEEN G. LINDERMAN, "Lee's" ambition is to travel around the world . . . interested in photography and whipped cream cake . . . Jr. Girls' Choir, Pan American Club, G.AA .... GENEVIEVE M. LINK, Hawaii callls "Jennie", our journalist . , . difesrft lilfgiidiaeople who serenade her with 'Sweet Genevieve" . . , she is an energetic jitterbug . . . Star, Press Club, Stein Sten . . . ELAINE B. LISINSKI, UEis" ambition is to have lots of friends . . . likes dancing and ice skating . . . enjoys collecting match folders . . . future stenographer . . . Red Cross, Polish Club, Stein Sten . . . EDMUND C. LISS, 'fVVl1iskers" wants to help conserve our natural forests . . . excels in making floral designs . . . steak and lettuce salad-a perfect combination for him . . . PETE J. LOCASCIO, f'Curly" chooses printing as a career . . . his hobby is dancing , . . loves to eat spaghetti . . . Madeleine Carroll is his 'fcinematicw favorite . . . Pan American Club . . . EVELYN LOCKWOOD, "Ex", will use her lyric voice to say-G'Number please" , . . admires football players . . . Edgar Guest is her favorite poet . . . Girls' Choir, G.A.A., German Club . , . PAUL M. LONG, Paul's special pleasures are taking' long bicycle trips and fishing . . . his ideal is reidected in Errol Flynn . . . would like to be a C.P.A .... IMOGENE A. LORENZ, "Iggie" is interested in dancing, clothes, and sports . . . steaks and French fries are her weakness . . . N.H.S., Stein Sten, German Club, G.A.A. Conrad E. Larsen Doris R. Laufer Alice J. Lavine Margery A. Lawrence Albert Leapley Lucille J. LeBrun Joseph E. Lehman Tess F. Lescewicz Wanda N. Lesniak Harold C. Lessick Joseph M. Letrich Vera J. Lichner Eileen G. Linderman Genevieve M. Link Elaine B. Lisinski Edmond C. Liss Pete J. Locascio Evelyn Lockwood Paul M. Long Imogene A. Lorenz JUNE E. LOWE, Never at a loss for words . . . part Hoosier and proud of it . . . someday an X-ray technician . . . N.H.S., Dardanellcs, Student Court . . . BETTY L. LUCCHESI, 'fCorky's" future byword will probably be nnumber please" . . . dancing and cooking are her two great talents . . . Stein Sten, Italian Club, Library Club . . . FLORENCE A. LUCIANI, Q "Flo" is a pleasant miss, who has no pet pceves but many joys . . . variety is the spice of life for her . . . ltalian Club, Stein Sten, G.A.A .... LEDA Y, LUCIANI, Nothing less than designing clothes for Broadway will suit "Lee" . . . she is a limber-fingered typist . . . people who interrupt telephone conversations irk her . . . Italian Club, Stein Sten . . . ROBERT B. MacASKILL, A good book with pages missing makes "Mac" 'fsee red" . . . likes track and mathematics . . . would like to be a manufacturer of airplanes , . . Track Team, Senior Choir . . . IRENE G. MADALINSKI, If it takes personality to make a good stenographer, "I" should easily pass the test . . . wishes to see Hawaii . . . Polish Club, Safety Commission, Stein Sten . . . CAMILLE A. MAFFIA, t'Speed" shuns homework . . . shines as a pianist e e and a bowler but wonders if she'll ever be able to stay on a horse . . . Alchemstein, Local History, Bowling Team . . . LILLIAN B. MAJESKI, People who constantly complain annoy "Lynne', . . . a future nurse who will work hard for success and happiness . . . Polish Club, Latin Club, G.A.A .... JOHN MALAMAZIAN, He is truly sport-minded-the captain of our football team has visions of himself as a gym teacher . . . his idol-Knute Rockne . . . Chief of Fire Marshals . . . RICHARD R, MALMBERG, Here's a young man who is content just "to be" . . . likes strawberry blondes and blueberry pie . . . Col. Lindbergh is his shining . ' 0 example . . . Sigma Quad . . . DOROTHY M. MANCZAK, Here's a girl who dislikes traveling . . . any kind of food looks good to 'fDottie" , . . hopes to have a long career as a nurse . . . self-centered people peeve her . . . EVO J. MARAVIGLIA, f'Blink" hopes to become a great architect after he graduates from Armour Tech . . . saw many beautiful buildings in Europe . . . Football Team, Track Team. Page Eighty-eight une E. Lowe Betty L. Lucchesi Florence A. Luciam Leda Y. Luciani ,Hand "E QA 7m-004.4211 , obert B. MacAski11 Irene G. Madalinski L Camille A. Maffia Lillian B. Majeski 7 'ohn Malamazian Richard R. Malrnberg Dorothy M. Manczak Evo j. Maraviglia age Eighty nine ,ef ml. xf r , , . ,Q - ' V.. jj' f3L ffAfQfgfV-f"""J 1 ,Aff ff! ze .a Mbna www iff!! tlwae , - in W: . I f V 1 . s 4 fr y f Af- L 1' " . Q4-qi" vi. ef Elaw-wm N can y f0ur A 3 sc 12? J' 14 ffl ,M 5 fs Q J QI pf-o6lemA, W M ,ffff, :,Q Q3 lj Wfjiie ff illm J Arthur J. Milewski Eileen F. Miller Alberta L. Miske Alice Modrzejewski . Dorothy L. Mohr 'M , Steve J. Molinari gr' Helen D. Moloney . Solveig Monge X y . 5 George J. Morong . Isabelle P. Morrice -5 Dorothy M. Morris -.J , ,Vivian C. Morse l J, . 3 K I, 'I - Page Ninety JF Achille Marchiori Leo Marchuk Edward I. Marinangel joseph G. Marine Fred F. Marsh Douglas L. Marsolais Allen H. Martinson Mary M. Matwig Hilmar Mayer I , Christine L. McCann -Vivian M. McCarthy Frances M. McDermott' 1 I .I . 1--. , , - - , 3 . ,ir 1 if . ' it ' '.'- ' , we Irene J. McDonough ,lf -i- jean McDowell K" ' , . 1 Joseph H. McKay l Helen L. McLain H Frances H. McMillan Richard A. McNamara Warren H. Melgaard Jayne Michalski ACHILLE MARCHIORI, "Ah, for a sailor's life," says '4Wad" . . . the friendly miss is his choice . . . has a variety of talentsedancing, swimming, and fixing automobiles . . . LEO MARCHUK, "Lee's" ambition is ton retire with a fortune at the ripe old age of 35 . . . he'll spend his leisure moments eating good food and listening to good music . . . EDWARD I. MARINANGEL, YYhat rhythm! 'I'hat's "Eddie the Angel's" dance band . . . cionceited girls don't get his okay . . . hopes to retire after making' a million . . . Concert Band, Fire Marshal . . . JOSEPH G. MARINE, Joe aims to fly high in the aeronautical field . . . makes plane models as a hobby . . . belongs to the Bowling Team and the Italian Club . . . FRED F. MARSH, Fried chicken is his weakness-baseball his hobby . . . a potential big-league baseball player is Fred . , . sports occupy his leisure time . . . Baseball . . . DOUGLAS L. MARSOLAIS, "Red" would like to write a book at twenty-one and live off its royalties ever after . . , says stuffed pork chops and French pastry are luscious . . . Press Club, Sigma Quad . . . ALLEN H. MARTINSON, "Al" hopes to graduate from college and then live a quiet life . . . thinks any type of sport is fun . . . future Mrs. lvfartinson must know her groceries , . . Bowling, Football . . . MARY M. MATWIG, YVill someday "top" Schiaperelli in designs and fashions . . . sings like a lark , . . likes sports, cycling, dancing, and gymnastics . . . Red Cross, C.A.A. HILMAR MAYER, "Hil" a future army man has traveled to Canada, New York, and Florida . . . his ideal person is his father . . . women drivers are his pet peeve . . . R.O.T.C.. Officers' Club . . . CHRISTINE L. MCCANN, uTeen" will realize her ambition when she graduates from high school . . . she is no dummy at contract bridge . . . Pres. Latin Club, Dardanelles, N.I'I.S., French Club , . . VIVIAN M. MCCARTHY, 'fViv" dreams of traveling from coast to coast-but expects to travel from home to job . . . favorites Italian spaghetti and Ty Power . . . Red Cross, French Club . . . FRANCES M. MCDERMOTT, "Franny" favors "sweet swing" and starry skies . , . would do away with "gum-crackersl' if she were President . . . NiH.S., Green Curtain Players, Latin Club, Senior Choir . . . IRENE J. MCDONOUGH, The sandy shores of Hawaii beckon to 'fTiny" . . . here's a gal who loves to "chewi the rag" . . . future??-she'll be a good typist . . . Local History, G.A.A .... JEAN McDOWELL, K'lIutch" would like to be a dietician . . . sings and plays the piano . . , homework doesn't agree with her . . . Symphony and Concert Orchestras, Senior and Girls' Choirs . . . JOSEPH 5I'I. McKAY, XVelll all remember 'fMac" as a horn player in the band . . . easily pleased is he- snappy cars and joyous music delight him . . . Concert and R.O.'l',C. Band . . . HELEN L. MCLAIN, '4Chic" is the term tio apply to the fashions that IIelen will design . , . keeps fit by bowling, dancing, and golfing . . , Green Curtain Players, Pan American . . . FRANCES H. McMILLAN, HMac" hopes to be a nurse someday . . . agrees with Emily Post on the subject of good table manners . . . reading and playing the piano fill her spare moments . . . Pre-lXIedics . . . RICHARD A. MCNAMARA, "Mac" has yet to bowl "300" . . . likes music that is 'lon the beamu . , . hopes to build bridges after he gets his engineering degree . . . Bowling Team, Math Club . . . WARREN H. MELGAARD, "Mel" is noted for his ability as a photographer . , . likes all sportsf-hockey in particular . . . fiddles around on the fiddle for his own amusement . . . Baseball Team, Visual Ed ..., JAYNE MICHALSKI, "Mickey" hopes to be a psychologist . . . admires faithful friends . . . basking in the sun is a favorite pastime for this pleasant miss , . . C..X.A,, Student Council, Polish, Latin, Alchemstein. L . ,'fa, ARTHUR J. MILEWSKI, "Artie" would walk a million miles to avoid a grammar test . , . a future commerciali photographer . . . hopes to bask in thc California sunshine . . . Track Team , . . EILEEN F. MILLER, "Ei" would like to be a composer of popular music . . . is definitely afraid of snakes . . , Dardanelles, Girls' Choir, X.H.S., Clean-Up, Pan American . . , ALBERTA L. MISKE, Success in business would suit "Bert" well . . . likes books and clothes . . . would walk a mile for a bowl of spaghetti . . . Stein Stcn . . , ALICE MODRZE- t JEWSKI, "Al" wants to become a dictaphone operator . . . this sweet young lady is annoyed d e ' by pesty brothers and braggarts . . . plays the guitar . . . Junior Girls' Choir . . . DOROTHY L. MOHR. Quiet, friendly 'fDot" likes long walks with jolly friends . . . will take dictation as fast as her employer can give it . . , Local History, German, G.A.A .... STEVE J. MOLINARI, "Plug" was the sweetest chorus Hgirlu in the football team's ballet . , . our future professional football player gets nervous uhen an oral talk comes along . . . Italian Club, Football Team . . . HELEN D. MOLONEY, "Kitten" can talk a "blue streak" . . . will some day be teaching in a little red school house . . . Student Council, Pan American . . . SOLVEIG 0 d A MONGE, "Sue" wants to visit all the states of our Union . . . will become someones capable ' secretary . . . enjoys drawing . . . Pan American, Library Club, G.A.A .... GEORGE I. MORONG, XYill become an expert basketball player , . . tinkers with airplanes . . . pays attention to the bulletin . . . Basketball, Student Council . . . ISABELLA P. MORRICE, "Izzv's" record for promptness and dependability is enviable she is a true "Scotch lassie" . . . laboratory work intrigues this remarkable gal ..,, -X lchemstein. Latin Club , , . DOROTHY M, MORRIS, Only time will tell' what profession awaits "Sal" , . . can boast u A of being the one and only girl in the lloys' Choir . . . music and letter writing fill her spare time . . , Dardanelles, Silver Streak . . . VIVIAN C. MORSE, NVc're proud as punch of "Vee's" journalistic accomplishments . . . likes cokes and college algebra . . . Editor of Star, l N.II.S.. Student Council, French Club, Press Club. Page Ninety-one MARION A. MOTYKA, In his dreams, HAI" visualizes himself as the head of a party exploring the South American jungles . . . is interested in stories about South and Central America . . . R.O.T.C., Officers' Club . . . ELMER H. MUELLER, llapp-y-go-lucky "Lower" will eventually dt-liver your mail for you . . . whiles away the hours in dancing , . . a thrifty lad-specializes in saving silver dollars . . . IRENE A. MUNGER, "lu built up a background Marion A. Motyka Elaine H. for her future as an accountant while she managed the business end of the Star . . . Local History, Pan American, Red Cross . . . ELAINE H. MURMANN, ,litterbugs and idle talkers will get no where with this clever and witty miss . . . good manners, soft music, and the latest books please her . . . Stein Sten Club . . . EVA P. MURRAY, uAllll'Itl1yU will soon be basking in the warm sunshine of Texas . . . is especially fond of history and stenography classes , . . Eva Murray llreen Curtain Players, Student Council, Pan American . . . GERALDINE M. MURRAY, This practical miss makes her own clothes . . . shelll dazzle buyers some day as a model . . . agrees that an evening of dancing is one well spent . . . G.A.A .... FLORENCE A. MUZEKAR, NYhilc riding in her airplane mud your manners, or "Florie" will drop you . . . would forsake sports for an Hawaiian trip . . . Polish Club, G.A.A .... JAMES D. NAPIER. A typical southern gentleman . . . "Jimmy" reads books galore . . . something in the dramatic or theatrical Field is in store for this member of the French Club . . . FLORENCE C. NEBBIA, Future artist, 'll7lem", is a drawing addict . . . her ideal is Miss Blythe , . . a traveler who will be a job- hunter after graduation . . . Dardanelles, Band. G.A.A .... WALTER J. NEGORSKI, Q , H I J Florence C. Nebbia 'tBronko" can rattle ofl important dates in history . . . strokes his way through a golf course Elmer H. Mueller Irene A. Munger Murmann Geraldine M. Murray Florence A. Muzekar James D. Napier lazily . . . wants to be a success in the business world . . . JEANNETTE F. NELSON, Jean Cir .Y Walter Negofskl has seen New York's Coney Island . . . tall, dark, and handsome are the characteristics of her i' Yi ' Jeanette Nelson beau . . . French Club, Alchemstein, G.A.A .... LOVVELL NELSON, To travel on a motor- cycle to South America is 'lNels"' unusual ambition . . . tinkers with automobiles . . . has traveled extensivclyfhas seen fifteen states . . . ROBERT A. NELSON, Business without a boss is "l3ob's" ambition . . . here's a fellow who likes simplicity in clothing . , . likes rich foods and Miss Kilgour . . . Boys' Choir . . . RUTH H. NELSON, Cary Grant and Nlyrna Loy head "Rlondie's" list of cinema stars . , . enjoys swimming and roller skating . . , will Robert A. Nelson Ruth H. Nelson pursue a career as a typist . . . G.A.A .... KATHE L. NEUKIRCH, Some lucky Senator will ' Lowell Nelson V, , f z ,fe 4 'K enjoy "Kay's" secretarial efficiency . , . longs to travel to Central America . . , radio cmnmer- . cials are taboo . , . Treas. N.H.S.g Dardanelles . . . FLORA T. NEUMANN, Five feet of Kathe Neuklrch sweetness and sugar is "Shorty" . . . goes collegiate when buying clothes . . . will be a snappy Flora T. Neufflafl writer of stenography in some fortunate onc's office . . . N.H.S .... JOSEPH NICHOLS, Taxidermy and woodcraft will be handled by "Mickey" . . . to make a bit in a big concern is l1is dream . . . sings and occasionally whistles . . . Police . . . HARRIETT M. NICOL, "Hattie" is thinking of becoming a chemical engineer . . . her dream is to be a missionary in China . . . Girls' Choir, Math, German . . . ROBERT W. NICOL, "Nick" plans to travel around the world . . . likes history and pork chops . . . his hobby is stamp collecting . . . a future engineer, whose ideal is his mother . . . WARREN E. NIELSEN, NVill waltz you Joseph Nichols f' Harriett M. Nicol around again, Nellie, at his hrst policeman's ball . . . his friends must be jovial and his teache s Robert Nicol' must be friendly. Waffen NICISCH HELEN L. NIKIFOROW, "I,ill" is known as an artist . . . dislikes tardy appointment makers . - . needs only good food and a movie to make her happy . . . Office Service, G.A.A. d A . . . LORRAINE H. NITSCHKE, A Kay Kyser fan is "Loi", . . . she'll be a business woman ' . . . sews a fine seam, types a neat page, and bowls a straight ball . . . DOMINIC M. NITTI, f'Yahudi" looks toward a bright future in the radio world . . . ravioli and horseback riding are l'tops" with this Spencer Tracy fan . . Italian Club . . . RUTH M. NOHR, Soon Ruthie will be giving women their waves and curls . . , runs in stockings make her blood boil . . . she is a bowling and potato chip fiend , . . G.A.A ..,. HOWARD E, NORAIN, Accordion player ' "Howie" is also a good golf player . . . uncooperative students bother him . . . an engineering df e future would suit him fine . . N.l'l.S., Math Club, Student Concil . . . GEORGE J. OKRAY, P Helll be an architect and designer . . . hair twiddlcrs baffle him and the female smokers annoy him . . . baseball player . . . holds the record for eating banana splits . . . JAMES J. O'LEARY, Don't tell us HTiud" is lrish, we'll just guess . . . will lead the life of-a tool and die maker . . . likes skating, golf and baseball . . . GLADYS C. OLIVERIUS, To become a ffreat artist is "Bashful's" aim in life . . . goes classical in her choice of music . . . can niaiigc ind compost music Band GAA DOROTHY M OLSEN Vo homework s - z A ' . . . , .... . . . , . ' e for Dotfnor loud com anions . . . main desire is to take a tri around the world . . . collects P T7 post cards fiom many states . . . G.A.A., Pan American Club . . . LUCILE N. OLSEN, l 'lI!unny" will try to till a secretarial position successfully . . . piano pounding is her pleasure . . . enjoys horseback riding . . . C.A.A .... OLGA M. OLSEN, 'lOlce". a. future dress designer, doesn't like onions but certainly likes 'ldatesl' . . . loves to write silly poems and eat fried chicken . . . G.A.A., Office Service, Stein Sten . . . RAYMOND A. OLSEN, "Sweden has spent four ycars at Steinnietz . . . likes Mr. Downey, Java Jive, and to sing with lid VVittrock 0 . . . . , pretty peppy fellow-Rayl Page Ninetyetwo Helen L. Lorraine H. Dominic M. Nitti Ruth M. Nohr Howard E. Norain George J. Okray James J. O'Leary Gladys C. Oliverius Dorothy M. Olsen Lucile N. Olsen Olga M. Olsen Raymond A. Olsen Page Ninety-three 1-1, J ',. f,f,.,. K N!z,l V, , 4, 5 41,1 . .!,. Nxuk .1 K-jL4f1lJf'vf' ' X!! 'V' "K fi f' 7' W ,, ,4 .M , gy eff- W. we en 'o eff ,f N oljlivl ,JLQ ldap-J y Hem C. iw ffwf' 67 fl-e even, 2 M a We vile ' ' U ,,Z in 'ly J - ' J ,J ' I X , M, ,A if, A ' , .LA B. rw'-, .M 4 e Taxed our mind or Thomas J. Peters Shirley M. Peterson Verna R. Pettenuzzo Rosemarie E. Pfiester Helen F. Phillips Catherine M. Pieper Mike J. Pingitore Betty Jane Poley Robert W. Porter Maynard S. Powell Frank Powers Ray T. Pressney Page Ninefy-four F N Valegiye Olson YAVLERIE R. OIiSON,lAtlriaT will liaqvelcotnpetiion when vivacious "Lollie" starts her dress -7 tcsigning . . . co ects ttose riuni a r ytmis of favier t'ugat's . . . has traveled to Mexico, New Orleans, and Vancouver . . . G.A.A .... WEBSTER L. OLSON, 'iSwetle" admires " Ona d ' O ell l . friendly misses . . . strums a geeftar in his spare moments . . . sincerely hopes to become an 1 Leonard OSZElk16WSk1 airplane mechanic . . . sport clothes appeal to him . . . DONALD D. O'NEILL, "Irish" will go the South American way when and if he gets his plantation . . . doesn't like taking advice . . . chicken and liamburgers-yum, ytun! . . . LEONARD S. OSZAKIEWSKI, Ilcrc- is Stcin- ' lf' V Vntctais gift to the big leagues . . , thoughts of baseballs and hats till his dreamy hours . , . ideal- f J, - 'lf 'jf "Connie Mack . . . Baseball Team . . . LOIS E. OTTMAN, "Lo'sl' best friend is her mother Lois Ottrnan .ff J . Stt'i1lllI:llYlQ'.Y4SlCZi.Ylll2',1 and iseeing shows keep her busy .- . . llardanellcs, Student Ozga ' 4 , In E-oiyqcil, Otttce'Serv1ce, Stein Sten . . EMILY OEGAV, Hu-sically inclined . playsithe piano, ,in . and dances . . . skates and bowls . . . Emily expects to be a secietaiy . . . Stein Sten. Dorothy Pader ff ish ,Club . . . DOROTHY M. PADER, She'll play the piano and make those around her EIT11'1'1a , a 1 J' ha y . . . loxes to dance and wear lovely iormals . . . collects true-to-life' comic stri is . . . T, I l' X ' GX-X EMMA P GNI l' ll "' ' l l ' i ' X xl' rl, A Q y '. '...., an Q merican, .. .. . . . . A. A , "Jo y is 1l1ft'IP9l1Ct'l'Ai1XV1ll support by K j If -fl1fiQj,rc'sclf or dic in the attempt . . . quiet and unassuming is she . . , loves good music and good npzylfll 'I . . . C.A.A. . . . CELESTE N. PALELLA, "Silk" intends to get a college "sheepskin', I " -. Q: , '. . j om Rosary . , . achietement. .-bowled hte gutter balls in a row . . . Editoi ol Siliet Streak, Celeste Paleua Presfa Club . . . HELEN V. PAIJIKOXV, "tt'ersatility" describes Ilelen . .4 . coritegpoinls wi 1 peopc in oreign coun ries . . , pays ie piano, s'ates, swims, pays tennis, an: ances Helen Pankow . . . Fi-each Club, Polish Club, c':.A.A .... LOUISE R. PARDUS, I-Lots' wants tt, use im- LOUISC Pardus "voice with a smile" . . . this busy girl tincls time to sing, to read, to laugh, and to play Laverne Paschke practical jokes . . . G.A.A.. Stein Sten . . . LA VERNE B. PASCHKE, 'lPatches" will teach the scales as a piano teacher . . . collects movie stars' photos . . . likes clothesfof all kinds . . . Local History, G.,-LA., IIall Guard . . . LUCILLE A. PAUR, "Butch" will design our iuturc styles . . . likes to give ballroom dancing exhibitions . . . she is a souvenir collector of note , , . Dardanelles, Police, G.A.A .... LAWRENCE G. PAUS, A future commercial Lucille A Paul, artist is "Larry" . . . his ideal person has a pleasant personality . . . his favorites include fried ' chicken and Mr. Bradley . . . Sigma Quad . . . NICHOLAS E. PAVONE, Playing baseball Iaavlipelilci GEPHUS seems to be "Leftyls" pet diversion . . . people with personality, especially blondes, are his 1C 0 as . Pavone likes . . . any kind of food appeals to him . . . CLAYTON L. PEARSON, Clayton considers Clayton Pearson his course of studies at Steinmetz a general niixup . . . enjoys playing the guitar . . . teachers are "tops" with him . . . likely to succeed at anything . . . LA VERNE D. PEDERSEN, "Pete" hopes to he a private secretary someday . . . would do away with stocking runs . . . plays the piano and collects cards . . . Stein Sten . . . ROBERT W. PELT, A'Leftyl' is quite a traveler--on the Chicago Surface Lines . . . Uguzzles" luscious strawberry malteds topped with Ilaverne D. Pedersen whipped cream and a cherry . . . ELAYNE G. PETERS, Petite and pert "1Iitzie', is looking forward to college life . . . has an eye for clothes and humorous people . . . Student Council, Robert Pelt Local History . . . JUNE A. PETERS, June will be an accountant . . . don't ask her to account Elaynf Peters for her collection of silverware . . . N.H.S., llardanelles, Office Service, Girls' Choir, German, une A. Peters ipocat History. THOMAS j. PETERS, "Tom" is going to be his own business manager , . . printing, playing. and painting till a perfect day . . . don't be late for a date with this Sea Scout . . . Sigma Quad. Student Council . . . SHIRLEY M. PETERSON, According to "Pat" music "hath charm", but going to the store hasn't . . . anything chocolate is "tops" with her . . . dances. preferably accompanied by Dick jurgens' orchestra , . . VERNA R. PETTENUZZO, O llorrorsito Yernafare runs in new hosiery and loads of homework . , , c'action" is her hyword . . . she dances. skates. swims, and rides a bike . . . ltalian Club, G.A.A .... ROSEMARIE E. PFIESTER, NYe'll always remember MRO" as Steinmctz's own Myrna Loy . . , sure an' if you have Irish in you you'll wi11 her heart , . . N.H.S., G.A.A .... HELEN F. PHILLIPS, ,lil1Lll'l'lbS down on unreasonable people , , . K'l'hil" thinks the good old suntmertinie is grand . . . thinks true blue friends are the best ones . . . CATHERINE M. PIEPER, VVill go forth to become an army hostess . . . spends her idle hours recording her peppy days in a peppier diary . . . Co-Sports Editor of the Star . . . MIKE 1. PINGITORE, IIT have a junior Krupa in our midst . . . commercial art is right down "l'inkyls" alley . . . pretty girls and good food i among his favorites . . . Poster Club, Hand, Track, Football . . . BETTY JANE POLEY, "Bee Iayu has a talent for telling 'tgoofyw jokes . . . quite a conversationalist . . , this tennis "whiz" dotes on concert hands and eating . . . future-a bit hazy . . . N.H.S.. Dardanelles . . . ROBERT W. PORTER, Studious "l'orty" hates to bc kept in suspense . . . a future commercial photographer . . . talented in telling "corny jokes" , , . R.O.T.C. Battalion I Commander, X.I'l.S.. Student Council . . . MAYNARD S. POWELL, To succeed in the contracting business is "Mays" ambition . . . girls-line up-he likes blondes, brunettes, and C " red-heads! . . . FRANK POWERS, Nicknamed '1Dynantite". which is a clew to his personality . . . gt "homework hater" . . . enjoys seeing Donald Duck and eating chicken dinners . . . Polish Club . . . RAY T. PRESSNEY, 'l'hey've nicknamed this star basketball player "Shoot Ray Shoot" . . . would be satisfied if the rooting section were conipcsed of just girls . . . Basketball Team, Vice-Pres. Red Cross. - Page Ninety-five ' 'MPV' ' HELEN R. PRIEBE, A future Phil Spitalny orchestra gal . . . loxes reading and hiking . . . completely happy when eating chop sucy . . . Concert Band. Red Cross, Stein Sten . . . ELAINE E. RAHNER, XVill cheer some business man by taking dictation accurately . . . give her a bicycle and a tennis racquet and shelll be fit as a fiddle and ready for fun . . . Girls' Choir . . . FLORENCE K. RAKOCZY, "Flurie'l intends to "pound" a typewriter . . . spends her leisure time reading . . . enjoys the acting of Brian Ahern . . . Polish Club, Local History . . . GERD RASMUSSEN, Cute convertibles and smart clothes attract our popular class secre- tary . . . can do wonders in sculpturing and art . . . Silver Streak, Sec. G.A.A., Pan American, Local History . . . LORRAINE V. RAVENFELD, A future secretary . . . known as "Lorrie" to her friends . , . is talented as a singer and a pianist . . . Cleanefp Committee, Local History, German Club . . . NORMA RAVNSBECK, The combination of fried chicken and Kay Kyser keep Norma happy . . . will write the latest in novels for our reading hours . . . Office Service. Dardanelles, N.II.S .,.. SHIRLIE P. READER, "Shirlie" sails the ocean bluefhfurope twice . . . boys who giggle provoke this future laboratory scientist . . , likes basketball-and the players . . . Student Council, Dardanclles, N.Il.S .... DOLORES REALE, Friendly Dolores wants to be a companion-secretary to so neone and travel abroad . . . from her travels she will collect greeting cards . . . Red Cross, G.A.A .... LILLIAN N. REID, A sense of humor appeals to "Red" . . . collects cartoons as a hobby . . . hopes to be a court reporter . . . N.H.S., Dardanelles, Pres. Stein Sten. Student Council . . . MARGARET N. RETELNY, "Margie", the first half of the Retelny twins, looks forward to a successful lite . . , people who can't tell her from her sister annoy her . . . Stein Sten, Polish Club . . . VIRGINIA R. RETELNY, Virginia's aim is to be a private secretary . . . likes chocolate' sundaes and Mr, Downey . . . especially favors eating candy in shows . . . Polish Club, Stein Sten Club . . . WALLACE A. RITT, "VVally" would be a credit to any bowling teamfno gutter balls in his game . . . a would-be traveler is he-likes new places and new faces . . . SHIRLEY P. ROCKLITZ, Aspires to be an air stewardess . . . giggling girls annoy Shirley . . . admires poise and dignity . . . Girls' Choir, Pan American. German Club. Stein Sten . . . MARGARET C. ROESLER, Likes gym and specializes in swimming . . . during vacation she'll travel the world o'er . . . conccitcd people beware! . . . G.A.A., German Club . . . BETTY ROGERS, A petite blonde who would like to become a journalist . . , likes college songs and Steinmetz dances . . . dislikes rudeness and conceit , . . Girls' Choir . . . RICHARD D. ROGERS, "Dukes" gift of gab will get him places with some orchestra . . . wishes to travel the country over-takes "See America First" earnestly . . . RUTH F. ROGERS, Her favorite subject is Chemistry . , . likes long, slick, black convertible coupes with white wall tires . . . Pre-Medics, Alchemstein, Student Council . . . ROSELYN L. ROMANO, A secretarial position will soon be filled by "Slini,' . . . feels at home on the back of a horse . , . G.A.A., Red Cross, Hall Guard . , . NICHOLAS R. ROME, VVants to be a forest ranger and roam the Rockies , . . likes hunting, fishing, and WVill Rogers-in true western spirit . . . Concert and R.O.'l',C. Bands . . . EDWARD J. ROMEI, A dancing and movie fan is "Gunner" . . . will be one of our leading aviators . . . women, bowliing, Fishing, and fixing cars fill his time. Helen R. Priebe Elaine E. Rahner Florence K. Rakoczy Gerd Rasmussen Lorraine V. Ravenfeld Norma Ravnsbeck Shirlie P. Reader Dolores Reale Lillian' N. Reid Margaret N. Retelny Virginia R. Retelny Wallace A. Ritt Shirley P. Rocklitz Margaret C. Roesler Betty Rogers H Richard D. Rogers Ruth F. Rogers Roselyn L. Romano Nicholas R. Rome Edward J. Romei JIM H. ROSE, XYill break all recordsgplans to retire after high school . . , experienced at cutting classes and capers, and "paying the piperl' . . . JOSEPHINE ROSSINI, "Joe" is our fiiture telephone operator . . . dislikes people who rush . . . dofes on collecting movie stars' pictures . . . her pastimes-bike riding and dancing . . . Italian Club . . . MARY T. M RUGGIO, "Mar" will greet you as a receptionist in some elegant office . . , food, swing music, e and dancing are "tops" with her . . . Student Council, Otlice Service, Library Club . . . BEN F. RUOTI, "Casanova" has artistic and musical ability . . . pet peevc-fcarved desks . . . he is a member of the Orchestra and Italian Club . . . MARJIE RUZICKA, 'fMidge" likes everybody. and her cfifervescent personality rctlects this . . . a future gym teacher . , . adores sport clothes . . . G.A.A .... PETER J. RYBAK, 'fPete's,' technical training has inspired . him to become an aeronautical engineer . . . liikes math, chemistry, and the sciences . . . HENRY J. SAK, f'IIank" expects to hear the school bell ring' for a few years . . . hopes to get a diploma from a college . . . Polish Club, Visual Education, Clean-Up . , . EDWARD C. SALATA, "Shadow" will swing into fame as an orchestra leader . . . wants to travel but i will come back to Steinmetz 'fonce in a while" . . . LUCY M. SALVATORE, i'Lore" hopes to do a lot of traveling 'in future years . . . she likes good-natured friends and sport clothes . . . G.A.A., Bowling Team, Hall Guard . . . PETER I. SARAFOLEAN, An efficient employee of Uncle Samfwill carry correspondence to console citizens . . . intensely interested in coins and stamps . . . has journeyed tar and wide . . . BERNARD J. SCHAEFER, "Barney's" ambition is to be an engineer . . . will employ the mechaniics he has learned to eating at a good ' ' ' fish fi-y . . . sigma Quad, Matti Club, Aiciiemgtein . . . BARBARA SCHAMBER, TQ her friends this future model is known as "Babs" . . . designs the very best in dresses . . . German Club, Local History. Page N inefy-six i H Rose Josephlne Ross1n1 Mary T. Ruggio , Ben F. Ruoti arjie Ruzicka Peter J. Rybak Henry J. Sak Edward C. Salata ucy M. Salvatore Peter J. Sarafolean Bernard J. Schaefer Barbara Schamber age N inety-seven K J, af . rj "1,,,q, 1, F' applm 01' 9 the rfrf teacher . . f 1' ,, -- l af ,. , "' . . i-a War yea:-A 0 Atruggle or . . . ' It: sf -5' jj b. james L. Shafer Kohar M. Shamlian Russell P. Sheldon Sophie Shelesna Lee F. Shrader Florence E. Shuler Gladys K. Shuler Beatrice F. Sieber Jack H. Sievert Elizabeth A. Skorski Bonnell L. Slapak Louise Smeraglia Page Ninety-eig Etna C Schicht ERNA C. SCHICHT. A high average is her pride and joy . . . dotes on good entertainment ' . . . N.l'l.S.. Dardanelles, German Club, Pre-Bledics, ltalian Club . . . GERTRUDE J. Gertrude J. Schiller , , SCHILLER, "GertJ' displays her dress designing ability by making her own clothes . . . has Lorraine Schlrmann a sparkling sense of humor . . . enjoys dancing . . . LORRAINE A. SCHIRMANN, If women RObCI't Schlegel were allowed to rly planes in the army. t'Lor" would answer the call . . . her dish is southern fried chicken . . . X.H.S., Dardanelles, German Club, Star . . , ROBERT A, SCHLEGEL, "Porky" says girls are his pet peeve . . . this would-be professional golfer is proud of his clubs . , . Football Team, Boys' Choir, Golf Club . . . RUTH E. SCHLEGEL, Ruth likes her pleasant world and wants to keep on as shels been going . . . her ideal is reflected in Jane Ruth SCl'11egel Addams . . . German Club, G.A.A .... JOSEPH SCHLITT, "Joe" will operate a drill press Joseph Schutt . . . likes to whiz along on roller skates . . . could eat a million "hot-dogsf and would ask for more . . . JEANETTE K. SCHMIDT, All she asks is a vacation in Hawaii . . . admires tenor singers . . . talented in designing clothes . . . LORRAINE B. SCHMIDT, Hamburgers stocked with tomatoes and pickles are "tops" with t'l3etty" . . , sarcasm irks her . . . Pres. Red Cross, Student Council, Stein Stem . . . MILDRED SCHMIDT, K'Smittiz" wants to "plug the lines" as a telephone operator . . . spends her leisure time listening to Dick Jurgens, whom she thinks is ideal . . . Green Curtain Players . . . DOROTHY R. SCHNEIDER, You'll find Jeanette K. Schmidt Lorraine B. Schmidt ' ' Dot flying around in the clouds as an airline hostess . . . music alld sports appeal to her . . . Mildred Schmldt . Bowling Team, G.A.A. EVELYN F. SCHOLLE, Her like is a round of harmonizing' Dorothy Schneider ditties . . . orchestra leaders take notice-"Erie, wants a job as one-third of a trio . . . sewing Evelyn Scholle a sideline . . . NORMAN W. SCHUESSLER, HNainran's" ideal person is some one with a Ngfrnan W. Schuegslef vivid personality . . . his life's ambition is to be admitted into the Scientific Research Depart- ment in XYashington . . , DOROTHY A. SCHULTZ, llusic pleases "Dolly Narr" . . . a talented pianist . . . in future years if you need a nurse just call on her-she's aiming for it right now . . . LOUIS C. SCHULTZ, He is as intelligent as he is athletic . . . "Lou" could be lured to Hawaii by the strains of Hawaiian music . . . N.H.S., Sigma Quad, Football, D0f0tl'1Y A- Schultz Basketball, Track . . . THEODORA SCHWAB, nas daiiceii her way from are Mitidiewest LOUIS Schultz to Canada and New York . . . "Teddy" walks away with honors on the gym Floor . . . says fphmgdora Schwab 'shelll "Live Alone and Like lt" . . . G.A.A ..., RUBY F. SCHWADES, The whole world .fjf "F if ada. :jqj loves a lover-and so does Ruby . . . a piano accordionist who'll travel to and fro as a career fifbf ' girl . . . believes one should not make promises she can't keep . . . Star . . . EDITH J. J' , A 'fffijf i SCHWARZKOPF, VVill care for canines in later years . . . traveling by way of Youth fi X . Hostels, "Eddie" will keep in touch with ns by corresponding . . . Star . . . JACK B. I T ,. SCHWERER, Don't fail to show your sense of humor to Jack . . . an all around sportsman Jitschwartzkopf and future athletic coach . . . hobby-stamp collecting . . . Basketball Team . . . CLAUDIA P. SEAMAN, She'll play tag with the birds and fly high as an aviatrix . . . can play the bass Jack B Schwerer . ' , viol to perfection and strum the guitar as well . . . Orch .... GEORGE J. SEDLACEK, Claudia Seaman "Starvatiion" would while away the hours basking in the Florida sun . , . there are brains Ge0I'ge Sed1HCCk as well as brawn in this football hero's makeup . . , Football. JAMES L. SHAFER, Singing "Shafer", is a ladies' man-but, girls, he doesn't care for baby talk . . . his aimsfto be a. teacher of music and a good American citizen , . . Senior Choir . . . KOHAR M. SHAMLIAN, All she wants is successewhich is no little thing . . . yearns to journey far away . . . Chairman Clean-lip Campaign, N.H.S., Student Council, Dardanelles ' e . . . RUSSELL P. SHELDON, "Lefty's" pet peeve is broken pencil points . . . intends to join the Vnited States Marines . . . Pres. Senior Choir, Track Team, Ride Team . . . SOPHIE SHELESNA, An accomplished bowler is t'So'J , . . ready and willing to be a good secretary . . . N.H.S., Dardanelles, G.A.A. Board . . . LEE F. SHRADER, Equations, theorems and logarithms attract him . . . photography and pinochle fill his idle hours . . . Pres. N.H.S., Pres. Math Club, Track Team, Sigma Quad . . . FLORENCE E. SHULER, Interior decorating fascinates "Flo" . . . she has traveled in most of the United States and in Norway . . . Red d Cross, Student Council, Pres. Library Club, G.A.A .... GLADYS K. SHULER, 'iGladie's" ambition is to be a private secretary . . . delights in banana splits and friends with a sense of humor . . . Office Secretary, Library Club, Stein Sten, Red Cross . . . BEATRICE F. SIEBER, 'lBea" considers graduating from high school quite an achievement . . . likes to sing and listen to the organ and regularly attend lectures . . . G.A.A .... JACK H. SIEVERT, "Shi" will be stepping into his father's shoes and taking over his business . . . radio commercials annoy him . . . captain of Steinmetz swimmers . . . ELIZABETH A. SKORSKI, "Liz" hopes to follow a career as a model . . . to Find favor with her, young men must be courteous . . . . a bowler of note who enjoys all sports . , , Polish Club, G.A..-X .... BONNELL L. SLAPAK, "Bonnie" has completed her high school career in three and one-half years . , . comfortable when in sports clothes . . . N.H.S., Girls' Choir, German' Club, Dardanelles . . . LOUISE SMERAGLIA, XYhipped cream and pie are fiLulu'sl' weaknesses , . . conceited boys-taboo . . . will be a telephone operator, but she'd like to spend hex' life traveling. . O , Page Ninety-nine RUSSELL A. SMETTERS, t'Bud" is going out to learn all about x plus y plus a equals q plus r plus s . . . while doing so will become an electrical engineer . . . enjoys swing music . . . Math Club, Orchestra . . . BETTY M. SOHN, llot fudge sundaes are "l1letz's" weakness . . . she is a collector of fancy perfume bottles and a singer of gay songs . . . Cirls' Choir . . . VIRGINIA A. SOLARZ, Footlights for "Dolly'fshe'll sing in a musical show, dance in a ballet, or ride a horse at a rodeo . . . G.A.A., Girls' Choir . , . IRENE SOREM, "Shorty" would teach children their one-two-kick steps . . . bored by chatterboxes and conceited people . . . indulges in graham cracker pie and chicken . . . G.A.A .... ANNA K. SORENSON, ,Peace loving Anna will be a. model housewife . , . wherever she goesfthere goes her camera . . . considers her mother ideal . . . G.A.A., German Club . . . JENNIE B. SORENTINO, Typewriter'pounding for Aden" . . . declares no one can bake spaghetti as well as her mother can . . . waltzes are Stops" but jitterbugs aren't considered . . . N.l-LS., Stein Sten . . . JOSEPH T. SOSINE, Being a modest person, Joe is irked by people who brag . . . likes all sports but golf is his specialty . . . can really hit the top with his harmonica . . . ARLENE V. STALDER, "RH is having a hard time deciding whether to become a legal adviser or just a housewife . . , has a pleasing disposition except when people call her "Shorty" . . . FRANK J. STANCIC, Heis a G-Man in the making . . , redheads and brunetteslmmmmmI says "joe" . . . keeping track of the major league teams is his hobby . . . Visual Education . . . JOSEPH F. STANCICH, ' 'ii l' "ll"tb l'll Scraping chalk sends shivers down "Pluto s" spine . . . ie is an air-mint ei jit er urg ant wi dance in the clouds . . . spends idle hours tinkering with autos . , . LILLIAN STAWARZ, Lillian longs to be a private secretary . . . desires "that glamor girl" look . . . pet peeve- had posture . . , pet joy-dancing . . . N.l'l.S., Dartlanelles, Ofnce Service, G.A.A. . . . GRACE STECK, "Butch" will probably be acclaimed a heroine as an army nurse-she has all thc requirements . . . could eat oodles of shrimp . . . smart clothes appeal to her . . . MARY JANE STEIL, Likes "slap-happyl' people . . , would like to be a private secretary and to visit the Hawaiian Islands . . . Dardanelles. Green Curtain Players, Stein Sten, N.H.S. . . . ANNE K. STEYER, To model smart clothes is her ambition . , . bad table manners annoy this lady of poise and charm . . . has served Steinmetz through the Red Cross and Girls' Choir . . . ALFRED W. STILLER, To be a professional bike rider is "Al's" ambition , . . his pet peeve is women's hats . . . he likes classical music and history when Mr. Herrick tcaehes it . . . RAY W. ST. LOUIS, 'tRralou", of the friendly smile, tinds this a gay world by swimming, dancing. and playing his 'tsaxn . . . two desserts for dinner and a wardrobe of new clothes- his order . . . STANLEY J. STOMPER, t'Slasher" thinks ladies' hats could be improved upon . . . has been seen hurrying to ring the bell on special days . . . Polish Club, Fire Marshal . . . WILLIAM P. STRAKAR, "Bill's" expensive hobby is collecting 31.00 billfsfa slow process . . . although his nickname is "Streetcar", he prefers brousing in the clouds . . , French Club . . . THOMAS C. STRATTON, "Yahudif' will soon leave to join the U. S. Air Corps . . . bouquets to stu, stu, stuttering' Stratton for his supporting role in 'tflrowing Pains" . , . Swimming, Track Teams . . . DONALD E. STUART, The future proprietor of an interior decorating establishment . . . "Don" likes anything that liies . . . will accept a challenge to a fencing duel . . . Green Curtain Players. Local History. C' 1 D . . Russell A. Smetter " ,fff N Betty M. Sohn f ljffi Virginia A. Solaifz Irene Sorem Anna K. Sorenson Jennie B. Sorentino joseph T. Sosine Arlene V. Stalder Frank J. Stancic joseph F. Stancich Lillian Stawarz Grace Steck Mary Jane Steil Anne K. Steyer Alfred W. Stiller Ray W. St. Louis Stanley J. Stomper William P. Strakar Thomas C. Stratton Donald E. Stuart MARY K. SUGRUE, Bad table manners annoy our polite Mary . . . answers to the name of "Sugar"Apretty sweet, eh? . . , Student Council, Girls' Choir, Red Cross . . . ANN J. SUNICH, "liab's" pride and joy is her coin collection . . . enjoys swimming, dancing, and skating . . , people who talk in the theatre annoy her . . , G.A.A .... LENA M, SUNSERI, Q "Teeth grindersl' annoy potential reporter i'Dimples" , . . makes it her business to visit many lakesfmayhe it's because she likes to swim . . . Red Cross, G.A.A., Italian Club . . , RUTH D. SWANSON, VVants to divide her time between being a buyer, an orchestra singer, and a journalist . . . wantlerlust has Ruth . . . Student Council, Red Cross, Othce Service . . . LOUIS P. TARASI, There is power in a 'KZombie" and this fellthv answers to that name . . . hopes to be a politician . , . likes a good argument . . , desires to pay a large income tax . . . ROY E. TEUCHERT, "See America First" is "Red's" idea of travels-he'd like to do it on a . bike . . . enjoys movies and howling . . . "knuckle crackers", stay away from him , . . Bowling Team . . , ROGER F. THAKE, Move over StokowskifRoger's ambition is to direct a renowned orchestra in Radio City lNIusic Hall-good luck! we're plugging for you!! . . . N.H.S., Orchestra . . . RICHARD G. THILL, Aeronautical engineer 'tDickl' will tinker with airplanes . . . pastime includes ping-pong . , . declares an evening in the movies surpasses one of doing homework . . . RAYMOND E. THOMPSON, l'Ray'l will make good use of his mathematical ability to become one of our leading' mechanical engineers . . . when not eating you'll hnd him bowling or playing ping-pong . . . MARGARET E. THORGERSON, This shy young miss will journey to Mexico if she has her way . , . has no use for anyone without a sense of humor , . . Pan American, Stein Sten, N.l'l.S .... EDWARD C, THREEDY, . ' . University comes after high school, "Edl' declares . . . helll become a lawycr who'll hold his court room spellbound . . . a traveler with many hidden talents is he . . . Boys' Choir, R.O.T.C .... EDWARD B. TIRITILLI, 'KEd" will make a good business man someday . . . knee socks drive him to distraction . . . food and then more food attracts him . . . he plans to retire at forty-five . . . Italian Club. - Page One Hundred K. Sugrue Ann J. Sunich Lena M. Sunseri Ruth D. Swanson V- va ouis P. Tarasi Roy E. Teuchert Roger F. Thak Richard G. Thill IRaymond E. Thompson Margaret E. Thorgerson Edward C. Threedy Edward B. Tiritilli Page One Hundred One we 2-e proud of the reAultA " J' - F 5 fly, 133 -a. .1 ,'v,f' 4 ' g' Y f'a-. We wil miAA ' K . gettzng lwmewol-lg? 4 Q- A ' l 1 J I ' K 4. .. xl x 4 x- - bf - e" 'Y -'IL5 ..,,, Xa -..f v LM, . 1 . xpJ ' . . ,- 3, rl. .1- . Q, ff - rw ,gl 1 4, , , fefp' 1 ff., rz 0' ' Jarrfs W Le Roy J. W Paul Warnke Dolores A. Warych .- 1 Leonard W. Wasowicz ' ' Lorraine G. Wastel "FQ Donald A. Weber 2. Dorothy Wehlau bf x su -f N La ' . 4Grace E. Wennerstrom W iff' Alyce M. Werner Carol G. Wessberg 'Q Kathleen j. West t Page One Hundred TW4 Frank G. Tobey Helen M. Tobolik Edward Tracey Merle Treinier Margaret D. Trudeau Caroline R. Trunk Olga J. Tuckey Mildred A. Turkowski Grace R. Tveter Florence A. Vartabedian Elmer A. Vehrs Ruth J. Vetter ' Vivian L. Vice Lucille Vinge Eileen H. Vittorini Dolores C. Volant Q William Von Laven Lillian M. Wachholz Lillian M. Walker Virginia K. Walsh FRANK G. TOBEY, l'Tobey's" wealznessesfdainty salads and sweet desserts . . . he'll take motors apart in the army . . . would like to see a movie starring both Lana Turner and Mickey Mouse . . . HELEN M, TOBOLIK, Helen corresponds with a girl in Hawaii . . . food of any kind appeals to her . . . plays the piano and likes all sports . . . Stein Stcn. Local llistory, G.A.A .... EDWARD TRACEY, Call "Trace" llick Tracy and youlve fonnd his pet peeve . . will become au aeronautical engineer . , . future student of Parks Air College . . . MERLE TREINIER, Patty cake, patty cake-l1e'll be a baker man . . . "Merfl' specializes in sailing, skating, and snappy clothes . . . at home on a horse and an Oak Park dance Hoot' , . . MARGARET D. TRUDEAU, "Peggy" likes dancing-especially the gay rhumba . . . warnings, -Upaper crackers" not allowed here . . . fried chicken "hits the spot" with this shy lassie . . . CAROLINE R. TRUNK, An ambitious young' woman who would like to sip tea with thc bluc bloods . . . 'tdown to earth" people suit her to a "tu . . . collects souvenirs . . . tl.A.A. . . . OLGA J. TUCKEY, Dancing and playing' tennis attract her . . . 4'Tus" hates to be called Tuckey . . . has started her career by belonging to the Library Club . . . MILDRED A. TURKOWSKI, A stcnographer she will befhere is luck for some employer . . . her delight is roller skating . . . Stein Sten, Otlice Service, Polish Club, G.A.A. . . . GRACE R. TVETER, "Tweet" considers prontptness an enviable virtue . . . dancing and ice skating are favorite hobbies with her . . . will make a charming air stewardess . . , Green Curtain Players, Dardanelles, N.H.S .... FLORENCE A. VARTABEDIAN, Private secretary, "Smiles", yearns to circle the globe with a wealthy employer . . . enjoys meeting new people and seeing new places . . . Stein Sten, G.A.A.. French Club . . . ELMER VEHRS, Elmer wants to set type for his livelihood . . . can play the hstjueczelioxn . . if you want to know anything about Billy Ilermanfask Elmer . . . RUTH J. VETTER, XYill forecast the modern trends in clothes . . . steers clear of promise-breakers . . . will make her mark in the sports world . . . German Club, I'an American, Stein Sten . . , VIVIAN L. VICE, "Viv" has yet to find her ideal person . . . enjoys friendly people and luxurious cars . . . finds news from Canada thrilling . . . talented pianist . . . Senior Choir, Office Service . . . LUCILLE VINGE, "Lu" would like to be an information clerk . . . reading, dancing, and tennis are her favorite pastimes . . . admires modesty . . . Local History . . . EILEEN H. VITTORINI, Richard Greene, fried chicken, and sports clothes make up the likes of "I" . . . aspires to be a famous fashion designer . . . the travel bug has her . . . ti.A.A., Stein Sten . . . DOLORES C. VOLANT, This artistic miss considers her commercial course reserve training . . . to be an interior decorator is her ultimate aim . . . takes snapshots and collects stamps . . . WILLIAM W. VON LAVEN, Vllhat he will work at is a very distant question at the momentfexatns, proms, and diplomas are his ,present problems . . . a Rudy Vallee fan . . . LILLIAN M. WACHHOLZ, "XYahoo" hopes to nfind an attractive job as a typist . . . show-offs and conceited people--beware! . . . swings a mean racquet on the tennis court . . . G.A.A .... LILLIAN M. WALKER, lf day dreams come true, 'tI.ill" might be seen mounted bareback upon a prancing steed in a circus-if they do not she'll be a typist in a general. office . . . VIRGINIA K. WALSH, "Jinny" will be curling women's hair someday . . . shows and swimming rate an "S" . . . an enthusiastic spectator of basketball and baseball games . . . German Club. JAM-ES WALTERS, Promise breakers make poor friends for "Jim'l . . . an all around military man who aims for the United States Army . . . his ideal is Sergeant Christopherson . . . Riflc Team . . . LE ROY J. WANDTKE, A preserver of our forests he'll be-an outdoor man is l.e Roy . . . has followed a technical course-but musical fields attract him also . . . PAUL WARNKE, Cute red-heads rate superior with "Professor XVarnke" . . . man of leisure and lover of travel . . . his future?-an aeronautical draftsnian . . , chow meinfhis ideal food . . . DOLORES A. WARYCH, Only a gentleman can win "Dotlo's" heart . . . l1er dramatic talent may gain her fame some day . . . she cherishcs true friends . . . llolish Club . . . LEONARD A. WASOWICZ, l'Lennie" hopes to rid the world of unpleasant employers . . would like to repeal the Nineteenth Amendment . . , says his future is unpredictable . . . Pre- Xledics Club LORRAINE G WASTEL Collecting wishbones is a favorite hobby of "Larry's" . . . would like to visit Hawaii . . . a future designer and dressmaker . . . DONALD . A. WEBER, lJon just hates people who call him "Sonny" . . . talented at telling: jokes and I A dancing-we've been told , . . his futurefthe Army . . . R.O.T.C. Officers, Ritle Team . . . DOROTHY WEHLAU, "Dotty'l ivants to do secretarial work . . . keeps that girlish figure by eating devil's food cake . . . X'.H.S.. German Club. llardanellcs . . . GRACE E. WENNER- STROM, A light heart and dancing feet has "Gracie" . . . she dreams of going to college, traveling in Mexico, and wearing clothes shown in I-larper's Bazaar . . . ALYCE M. WERNER, Flying high with Alyce would be a pleasure . . . wants to he an air stcwardess . . . we think she has all the necessary qualiticatiions . . . Pan American, German Club, Student Council . . . CAROL G. WESSBERG, If you're cheerful in the morning you won't get along with . 0 . "l5otty" . . . teaching the three r's in far away Alaska-her goal . . . Dardanelles . . . KATHLEEN J. WEST, "Pans" dramatic ability will be recognized shortly . . . can talk you "blue in the face" . . , likes starry nights accompanied by "sweet swing" . . . Green Curtain Players, Red Cross, Office Service. Page One Hundred Three RUTH M. WESTIN, Norway is her birthplaceg Chicago is her home . . . a dancing "swing fan" is she . . . an autograph collector-get your pens ready folks! . . . G.A.A., French Club . . . LAWRENCE S. WHETSTONE, "Calling Doctor V-'hetstone" will be a familiar phrase to "l.arryU . . . will report at Northwestern I'niversity for training . . . an unusual ehapwhis favorite subject is linglish . . . Pre-Medics, Latin . . . JAMES L. WHITE, A future tool and die maker-a chef on the side . . . women drivers and cold coffee make "Mohoney" shudder . . . has already received a degree of fame as a boxer . . . ROSE MARY WILHELM, To traverse the globe is "Rosie's" desire . . . will sell dresses from her own shop in the near future . . . hall pushers irritate her . . . N.l'l.S., llardanclles, Green Curtain Players . . . CLARA M. WILLGALE, A-fishing she will go . . . shuns 'fguni crackers" . . . prefers designing clothes as a profession and taking pictures as a hobby . . . Stein Sten, Student Council . . . HELEN M. WILLIAMS, VYill have her wealth provided for when she marries a millionaire . . . "Snooks" enjoys roller skating'-others enjoy her piano playing . . . G.A.A., Student Council . . . ARNOLD S. WILLIAMSEN, The pet peevc of HArny" is baby talk . . . "Goo-Goou . . . hopes to be a good carpenter :someday . . fools people with fake coins . . . Sigma Quad, Boys' Choir . . . ROBERT F. WILSON, Ulf-ob's" heading for the nearest Army cntrancefthere'll be no homework then to irritate his easygoing' nature . . . as a sideline he will design the newest in airplanes . . . IRENE M. YVITEK, HIke" wants to be comptometer operator . . . Hglllll crackers" annoy her . . . spends her leisure time dancing or playing' volleyball . . . G.A.A .... EDWIN C. WITTROCK, Snapping pictures as a newsreel camerman will keep K'XYitty" turning the reel . . . an accomplished horseback rider, swimmer. and football player . . . Student Council, Sigma Quad, Fire Blarshal . . . NORMAN A. WOLF, Gabby guys get "YVolf's" goat . . . any kind of food pleases him . . . the future doesu't worry him . . . he would like to ily someday . . . he is a Hwhizl' at mechanics . . . BEATRICE J. WOOD, "Beaty,' will solve mysteries when she becomes a private detective-if she doesn't meet spiders and worms . . . hopes to visit Sherlock Holmes' country . . . G.A.A., Office Service, Pan American , . . STELLA S. YAREMA, "Stel's" favor- ites include skirts and sweaters, chile-con-carne, and handsome boys . . . operates an amateur radio set . . . has visited Canada . . . G.A.A, . . . GEORGE J. ZAJIC, Our friend, "Bad News", is a great sportsman . . , people who imitate others peeve him . . . Mr. Bjornson is his ideal . . . loves chop suey . . . says his future is bright . . . MARIE ZANIOLO, The business world looks very appealing to "Mima" . . . she is an accomplished cook whose success is sure! she can cook anything . . . Italian Club, G.A.A .... VIRGINIA A. ZAPPIA, "Ginny" wants to hold her own in this cruel and hitter world . , . enjoys riding horseback . . . could dance all night and never tire . . . MARIE A. ZELLWEGER, Marie is partial to reading, bike riding, and snappy clothesffor variety is the spice of life . . . she sketches clever pictures in her spare moments . . . member of the G.A.A .... VIOLET M. ZIKA, Can entertain delight- fully . . . will serve efficiently as a secretary . . . does not wear a chapeau in the theatre and wishes others wou1dn't either . . . LA VERNE ZIMM, A talented singer and actress . . . detests being called a "glamour girl" . . . success is her ambition . . . Pres. Green Curtain Players, Red Cross, Poster Club, G.A.A., Senior Choir . . . ROSEMARY J. ZIMMERMANN. "Zimmee" hopes to be a pilot somedayfshcdl settle for a job as private secretary . . . egotistical people, knee socks, and Hpaper rattlersu do not please her . . . N.H.S., Dardanelles, German Club, G.A.A. Ruth M. Westin Lawrence S. Whetstone james L. White Rose Mary Wilhelm Clara M. Willgale Helen M. Williams Arnold S. Williamsen l Robert F. Wilson Irene M. Witek Edwin C. Wittrock Norman A. Wolf Beatrice J. Wood Stella S. Yarema George I. Zajic l Marie Zaniolo Virginia A. Zappia d!..Itl3,, ?if,X,Ll,l44174.ffi Marie A. Zellwelger fl Violet M. Zika LaVerne Zimm Rosemary J. Zimmerm and... A ' Marilyn M. Baker N K A LaVerne E. Bidstrup - Howard G. Correll John B. D'Amico Robert E. Frankenberg 4 edm Robert L. Gros Marvin G. Harders Faith H. Hoffman Jean M. Hoffman 0 0 0 E Arthur jahnke Bernice G. Krunig Helen R. LeSage Patrick J. McGuire Marlin S. Noelte Harry J. Opatkiewicz Betty A. Phillips Margaret I. Schutter Charles R. Schwartz Fred Steffan Robert M. Taylor Elinor B. Wagner Pete P. Welsch Robert C. Wilson Page One Hundred Four 4 E I J 1411 thin and graduation, too... U -5 Q 1 f' T: gi Wi 317- 7- vi ,M M 'A Q " 1: 57 R Q-x' J' ' "" ' It 1 " 77 tlxn .P :iQ A ' f-A iii QI' ,. jeu. K' Wi fi jg J if-19 1-1,2 Remember, there's a silver lining, boys . . . Oops-a-daisy . . . Frelich does it again , . . He looks safe from here . . . Glamour gals of the gridiron . . . Our faculty adorables--before the game . . . One for the money . . . f l G .. 47? f,.. " Enthusiasm runs riot . . . Ripping up A-vj ...f ,,, the alley . . . Bob tees off . . . Noelte flies W high . . . Swing it Danny . lil ' y . Q gixkbk A '52 will Look out, below . . . Faculty 27-- Nui' LF . -"' L ""' "1 ,m f ' ' i I Af ' '7 Seniors 26. Oh, Woeful day!! . . l crge One Hundred Nine 511 z ..- teinmet FOOTBALL LINEUP LINE: D. Canadeo, G. Sedlacek A. Martinson, H. 'Lawrence S. Molinari, W. Vittner, G Domutz. BACKFIELD: E -Romei, R. Roggarz, J. Malma- zian. FOOTBALL TEAM ROW 1: R. Samlow, D. Can andeo, G. Sedlacek, A. Martin son, H. Lawrence, S. Molinari W.,Vittner, G. Domutz, R. Fre lich, R. Vogel. ROW 2: H D T73 SQQP. 75 Domott 4 A . - aber . womb 62' 0093 gogiat HCV' sv wwfreiice ' 'b . ' ' ' 4778 Xgwfixnson A I - 50 ' y 67 'lf Ygiaxaipafixaf N. K b . V F70 SCXXXGZC fdtgk - ' ' ' ' 1 .67- Y1efxxsCb ..-" ' ' 55 Ween' ',..' ' " .69 6199 ' X 4'Ai ' A .5 i?xat.kn39gin , . - A 4 of-A4395 YY ne,-ff .V D B ek Y'E:e5xac -4 Tlwmpaon . Kos' , Caoaaeo b' . - A 50466 .." . QQXOCQ' 1 . m1i nsmmaN ,a ea team! Yea team! Seven rahs and a yea teamf No game would be complete Without these rhythm robots to lead us in cheering. Row l: S. Walker, L. Wagner, G. Taylor. Row 2: F. Valkenaar, T. Callas. . . . Although the Steinmetz basketball teams did not place in the finals, they were a con- stant threat, and victory for the opponents had to be Well earned . . . The highlight of the season was the night game with Foreman, in which We split a doubleheader. BASKETBALL JUNIOR On Hoof: I. Anderson, K. Johnson, E. Hansen, L. Fer- rara, Capt., J. Schwerer, R. Prcssney. Row 1: I. Huron, L. Adamski. H. Serone, E. Sobon, WV. Snow, R. Panc- mk. E. Oddo. Standing: B. laccino, L. Schultz. BASKETBALL SENIOR Row 1: VV. NVenger, H. Bluel- ler, C. Noelte, D. Brandes, B. Halvorsen, J. Dobson, D. Fiehing, R. Possehl. Row 2: P. Kulick, L. Benson, G. Goldstein. J. Mangan, B. Raap, H. Goldstein, G. lNIoi'ong, C. Cook, S. Scho- vain. Row 3: Managers: F. Stancic, G. Hargreaves, Mr. Thompson, E. Buckles. , 5' QA l i 5 s x 1 A Kulzet, ?vuL amp-6 I atch that ball zoom down the alley! Bang! lt's a strike and the pins fly in all direc- tions. This is no surprise, for it's the day the Steinmetz Strikers get the ball. The Stratford pin boys have the blues on Mondays and Wed- nesdays when some of our stars step up to the bowling line and there is never a pin left standing. There is skill, fun, and good fellowship when our boys or girls bowl. GIRLS' TEAM Row 1: P. Lustgarten. D. Schneider, E. Skorslii. XV. Lesnialc, H. Ciaston. G. Kiersch. C. Benson, L. Paul- son. Row 2: M. XValter, B. Jacques. G. Kalomiris, C. Comella. F. Iaclwick. L. Paur, M. Schladweiler. B. Eixgelliard, A. Peterson. Row 3: S. Kowalski, E, Ianesch, C. Qlaflia. G. Konlcol. V. Vice. S. llaliler. M. LePoi'C, Xl. Peterson. BOYS' TEAM Row 1: G. Adams. XY. Bow- man, F. Aden. J. XVnjtowitz. ll. Wfeber, E. Iasinski, I. Corkle. Row 2: J. Ossler. R. Latall. R. McNamara. I. Bei'- nard, A. Martinson. C. Celzel, V. lacobazzi. E. Miller. Row 3: R. Lavieri. R. Roy. Mr. X Piiel. L. Kovale, R. Perry. gi 5 X il ligli rf GIRLS' TEAM J 1 Row 1: M. Breuze. P. Kelly, C. Seaman. M. Gi'nttaflauro, L. Podolak. L. Sass. G. John- son. Row 2: G. Rysell, ll. Provenza. S. Perry, M. Beeclierer. TJ. Lapp, B. Doni- hue. L. Richards, S. Beck- man. Row 3: Y. Palm, D. Sena-ke. C. Ernsting. Rl. Melzer. I, DuBois. L. Smith, li. Martintlale. D. Palm. Strilz Spar gutte -6 I On their mark and ready to go are these divers: J. Sievert, J. Composto, R. St. Louis, M. Noelte, R. Arlt . . . Typical of a modern school building is our beautiful, large swimming pool. Our boys declare ia great improvement over the "ole swimmin' hole" of years ago. They agree this sport is Hall wet", but they assure us it's fun to practice for interschool competition or simply swim for the fun of swimming. Row 1: H, Bentsen, A. Pauling, K. Albert, T.,'Dagostino, R. Vinge, W. Ratzka, lVl. Hendry, E, Renowden?F. LuBien, G. Andersen, E. Endiinnn, R. cnnnefn. Row 2: AflCarIson,t Parker, R. St. Louis, Richard Young, Robert Young, C. Smith, C. Ronan, R. Kiney, H. Pabich, T. Taylorf B. Kern. Standing: J. Sievert, Captain. Row 3: R. I-Xrlt,'xJ.'fComposto, J. Hendry, M. Noelte, E. Berge, A. Ruck, J. Smilfh,-R. Hammer, E, Tibbets, C. Weigel, R. Taylor, B. HgIIIH3H,W.E.tKOW3l6WSkl. J, 7, . axifii X "1 Swimming 7mm Page One Hundred Fourteen Track Wizards at speed are these fleet-footed track men. ln- door track meets during the fall and Winter months keep the boys in trim until they are able to compete in out- door competition. Row l: J. Reiss, J. Spann, Q. Reilly, E. Piorito, J. Arcucci, R. Lie- benow, E. Mrugacz. Row 2: R. Wilson, B. Steinmetz, B. Cavitt, B. Macfliskill, M. Pingitore, H. Matson, E. Kaufhold. Row 3: Mr. Vesel, E. Trandel, L. Granstaff, J. Jeck, R. Frelich, J, Hendry, H. Donatelli, B. lgnatius. gel Low scores are what count in this man's game. Always aiming for par or below is our fine golf team. They are waiting for sunny Weather and one of those rare early dismissals. Row l: G. Gold- stein, R. Schlegel, J, Corkle. Row 3: J. Malamazian, G. Zajic, Mr. P. Pfeil, G. Kura, KaAe6alI Our baseball team is really going places this year. Home runs by the players and strike- outs for the pitcher keep these boys on their toes and headed for a championship. Row 1: G. Smorowski, L. Possehl, T. Dvorak. Row 2: J. Kimmeth, M. Pingitore, W. Chesney, H. Johnston, D. Canadeo, F, Marsh, T. Hamilton, R. Adams, L. Oszakewski, Cap- tain. Row 3: G. Casterton, R. Plotkowski, R. Possehl, R. Kedrick, B. Halverson, R. Rubon, L. Krause, Mr. E. Ruzicka, W. Melgaard, R. Rentfleish, J. Giezaldo, E. Foley, R. Carlson, A. John- son, J. Scardina, Manager. Page One Hundred Fifteen if-IA ' tlnletic AA ociation OFFICERS Row 1: On Floor: E. Nord hoe. Sitting: L. Gehanian, A Pfeiffer. Row 2: Standing: S Zielinski. G. Rasmussen, I Hazucha, JANUARY BOARD Row 1: L. Valiquet, F. Muze kar, I. Saxnpou, S. Shelesna NV. Lesniak. J. Hall. B. Brej cha. Row 2: Standing: A Evangelism, I. Cherhavy, BI Laliree. Miss Coddington. L Napier. L. Pickartz. E. Fen ton. JUNE BOARD On Floor: H. Priebe, G Holzem. L. Hafemann, E. Bernard. Row 2: L Sampou L Cherhavy, L. Pickartz, G Rasmussen, E. Schicht, XV Lesnialc. Row 3: L. Pcrzan J. Hall. E. Fenton, D Glinke. M. Gruttadauro, S Zielinski, L. Paulsen, D Berg. A. Evangelism. Page One Hundred Sixteen Throughout the year the G. A. A. sponsors many activities. The girls excel in every sport, whether it be swatting a "three baggern or grace- fully gliding through our pool. Horseback rid- ing, tennis, badminton, and shuffle board are only a few of the many activities on their pro- gram. Freshmen as well as seniors are invited to participate in any of the sports. iGirls not espe- cially active in the world of sports look forward to the parties held in the gym. The most impor- tant occasion of the semester is the Award Assembly, when members are presented with their much sought for letters and chevrons. 9, K A W6 5 .mx A fy ' 11-.1 .55 J ga xi. X .. Page One Hundred Seventeen 'n'i'11,? . .. -.un -.H x .W ,. .....-mt. .., Mn' ..., ..'.,,. Y . Ql7'x.",u- . .L ' .,, Vu .. ...,xg V"I'.L' V ,w 1.:.,,, ., -, 2':.. W.. . ,Q ' ,X 1-1155 '1 f, ,5.ws,??L... slit, ' - " TF 'Q7,1"1'3' f '-N' W' . vl'j',fZZ-.Y-2 ',f::gf,5,?5Y-fj f -Q '73-. V " P. .. -. . .V ,..:e-:jss:'--f'f.' H -"-- '+:ef:.-..v:1.:" " ' - f1',?9fJa53'.5' -Q-, , . 5,-.ww f- .-:-:- ,1 . , w'4"9L ' . 5 2: :f'i1'f'4 5-45151: 73332-.:'?Ii'l , . I l-- S'- iiiiiff.. 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M n.. 117.151 C M .. ... .-... ,E , .5--.L .gi-5:-7 Tig: .-,w.,: 'VK Wifi 'izguisx +'i'.:."'-Xgi:.'STi '- ' Af""'1f?'?:m.e.1'5v- gxizsifggki N ff., gnu'-.. ,av ..'r L. . ,."'1x..:?: g fw .. . ., . ,',.Q-fri. -.ic ,fm .ix . X -'n2f:f11"'r. " .x .. . ..., ... ,,, ,,3., min .-.rf I I w ,,.s. x , , ',x:,, - g,m,'. A -., -, , ,H 1 '1- 1 5 ,. fvlere and Bow Day is Fun Day . . . we buy 'co aid a good cause-Clean-Up. The Dardanelles try model- ing and 'lzhe results are - glamorous. Gifi of 'che June Class and symbol of ihe Yuletide spirit. Page One Hundred Twenty There . . . A 'fr Smiling faces-the camerar records the Steinmetz spirit. l e l L Classics versus Swing or Fac- ulty versus Students. Score 0-0. Counting the minutes? Admiring the new addition to the assem- l bly hall! Page One Hundred Twenty-one . perl! . .. ll ,As 1 , lazy ... 1 1 PM ORCH ESTRA Piano: C. Groom, TJ. Labanz, A. Barr M. VVilliams, S. Hall. lst Violin: XV Vllolotlkin, R. Thake, M. VVilliams, R Nicholson, C. Leclerc, R. Fair, C. Bold Q M Urclne t af M T. Zimmermann, l. WVcstman, C. Kalen ian. 2nd Violin: H. Branson, R. Pao lelli. T. XVasilewski. T. Molgaart, R Sorensen, A. YN'olski, A. Olson. R Frank, R. Galitz, E. Bilinski. Viola R, Pasternak, M. Fagreluis, J. Custin R. Smetters. Celli: C. YVi1liains, L DeHey. H. Onak. Bass: L. Broberg, NI. Balogh, M. Zucco. Flutes: A. Szutiak, R. Selig, D. Braudl. Saxo- phone: J. Spielman. French Horn: P Olson. Trumpets: A. Thake, A. Niles D. Shepard, R. Zierman. Percussion: E. Thuy. J. Takis, A. Bowarchuk. D Furnyveger, G. Tveter. R. Burton. Tuba C. Nielson. Our symphony orchestra, under the able guidance of Mr. Willard S. Groom, has risen far above our fondest hopes. The members do not constitute a full orchestra, for our school is still new and our orchestra -J - 5. L 1' UNX i' X' J 1 i 1 1 young: they do present music of the highest caliber. Xi? N1 f' The duty of this club is to represent us at community X affairs, but the most popular of its services are the fine music appreciation assemblies it presents each semester. a y 45 3 x Page One Hundred Twenty-fwc The elf mu ic in the air. . . R.O.T.C. BAND Drummers: E. Tliuy, A. Rusk. Row I: T. Szczehlowski. R. Kieninger, M. Duracha. B. Colantonio. M. Feigenbaum, R, Noll. A. Carlson. N. Schuessler, C. F Kimmel. E. Kushner, R. Eizilc, The R, O. T. C. Band is comprised of members of the R. O. T. C. These musicians and cadets assist in parades, reviews, and Federal Inspection. They add snap and color to these affairs with their precise march- ing, their martial airs, their shining instruments, and green and silver drums. This year the new epaulets of green cord on the shoulders of these musicians put the finishing touch on their attractiveness. H. Sherman. B. Staf- ' VV. Kennedy, A. R. Guelzow, X ' J. Hudson, 5 Row 3: F. 3 N. Pavone. Row 2: E. XV. Dahl, t, Ifkozixxii. Nik 3 i 2 W 7 C Kan I, Swann, 1 X.: . . . Hampel. x v One Hundred Twenty-three .x , ol en wee S11 e c pe Pride of the Girls' Choir are the silver and green capes which they wear on festive occasions here at school and at the many city-wide activi- ties at which they sing. This choir, directed by Mr. Wil- lard Groom, is Well known for its perfection of tone qual- ity. In a recent high school competition for music organi- zations, the Steinmetz Girls' Chliir ,again Won an "S" rafting,-' N .th , '- X . 4 W X... . ' I- , . sf- Av ii . Row 1: B. Hall, BI. Clarke, E. Emsley, C. Groom, D. Lapp, E. Broyles, L. Sereno. M. Hoffmann. Row 2: NI. I. Tngram, L. Hoffmann, E, Larson, E. Anderson, A. Beckman, P. Ewald, F. Ekquist. Row 3: L. Klein, BI. Johnson, L. Gnilhert, M. Kecseg. B. Johanson. Row 4: G. Gundersen, K. Bartels, E. Hamilton, L. Gurmann. Row 1: G. Hanson, N. Totten, C. f Xfenice, B. Conklin, B. Rogers, Mi. Man- son. S. Beaver, G. Tveter. Row 2: D. Gallagher, V. Houtsinger. E. Nlillcr, M. Baker, E. Erickson, L. Lewis, V. Hedtke. Row 3: E. Scholls, B. Emer- son, B. Rogers, A. Behnke, A. Bayer, K. Sliamlian. Row 4: L. Rhino, R. Kuhns, II. Hanson. Row 1: D. Ohlert, T. Bolck, P. lvlaheu, O. Cnblk, A. Huettenrauch, II. LePore, M. Brauer. Row 2: E. Rahner, R. Handzel, K. Neukirch. R. Burton, E. Bier, I. VVestman. Row 3: J. Christian- sen, I. Berge, L. Kruse, J. ViPond, E Haase. Row 4: I. Meyer, L. Schauer, B. Slapalc, P. johnson. Page One Hundred Twenty fou Kelp and I Yvgetlae . . . Melodious voices-basses, tenors, altos. sopranos are heard practicing everyday third period if you are near Room 400 . . . These boys and girls, who sing together, follow the practice of our several choral groups, that of singing for Steinmetz assem- blies and community groups. This year they sang at the Smyser School, Central Church. and Orchestra Hall. On Floor: D. Fnrnweger. L. Fosh, A. Rose, N. Nikilorow, S. Hall. Row 1: S. Kaylegian, D. Berg, L. Bngno. L. XVagner. N. f'l1ristopl1erson. V. Sturgeon, B. 1-loffberg. L. Parter. T. Longo, E. Olsen. Row 2: G. Marsh, G. Kalo- miris. L, NVrobleski, A. Larsen, D. Poole, C, Sandahl, D. Lahancz. D. Reichman, V. Baldi, R. Staszak. Row 3: VV. Martens L. Psota, E. Jaeohy, J. Rockman, C". Fallt, J. Vliells, R. XYonsoff. C. Hancock, E. Boettcher. Row 4: J. Brzuizovsky, C. Laughlin, C. Riggs, L. Shill, H, VVagner, Y. Fallt. R. Johnson, C, Fallt, H. Buslee. On Floor: C. Milano, YY, Burgess, A. Campllena, J. Johnaon. Row 1: V. Buclclancl, L. Huyck, V. Vice, B. Smith. J. Berdess. Nelson, N. Kaylegian. B. VValslcy, C. Langusch. G. Bold. A. Zika. Row 2: L. Thyfault, E. Anderson. B. Dicomes, A. VVigl1tman, C. Franke, D. Glienke, M. Melgaarcl. J. Amerski, R. Kasten, S. Smoy, I. Johnson, L. Sie-rs. Row 3: B. Cole, R. Sheldon, S. Spillar, DI. Stevens. E. O'Ronrke, B, Murtaugh, C. Falt, R. MaeAskill, F. Satton. Row 4: M. R. Haelgrcn, V. Cadwell, E. Sahiala. R. Raap. R. Erickson, V. Abraharnson, Bl. Bohn. . J .V f Q-- ix I ' unior WHA ' Choir ,J ug ' , Aiiffily 84 ,ffl Lfh! ' :ffl A Newly organized is this choir of gals with an ear and heart for music. They have a decided trend toward the social side of life as Well as an interest in music. Their parties, programs, and special events are as joyful as their singing, which expresses the enthusiasm of the members and their sponsor, Miss Josephine Farr. UPPER PICTURE Row 1: G. Angileri, T VVurtz, D. Pfeiffer, M. Car roll, F. Mitchell, M. Shields, B. Jacques, A. lNTuehring, E. Boettcher. Row 2: N. Totten, H. Duke, BI. Selvacco, M Wright, N. Costzmtini. T Stataritz, Miss J. Farr, H Maxwell, J. Caruso, D. Jera liek, J. Oriolo. Row 3: M Sahasky, E. Edrly, D. Clair J. Turney, G. Koegelheicler H. Iverhouse, V. Solarz, M Krueger, J. Salyers, M. Nicol BI. Sandstrom. E. Schuster Row 4: V. Meissner, J. Muel ler, L. Genuk, D. Kirchner L. Spread, E. Nicolose. M Young, E. Erickson, BI. John son, D. Malstrom, S. Vklaldo Row 5: C. Rowe, I. Cher- havy, C. Pfaffendorf, lNI. Ehl- SYS. LOWER PICTURE Row 1 on Floor: D, Randall M. suitz, F. Barelli, R. Blasij T. Farinella, P. Lustgarten, E. Damiani, G. Gans. Row 2 F. Jadwick, G. Parro, H Caluris, R, Mattioli, F. Ek quist, G. Allegretti, J, As quini, R. Hampton, M O'Sl1augl1uessy, R. Cinque grani, D. Erickson. Row 3 H. XVanrlke, L. Jasiuski. M Chapchuk, L. Kurzer. D. R02 ers, l.. Long, I. Zeller, S Notter, J. Harland, M. Rug gfio, C. Sewiek, BI. Clarke. M Brady. Row 4: D. Tenger strum, V. Egner, l.. Pack J. Swanson, VV. Gazda, G Potempa, J. Sychowski, M Hannan, M. Nicol, L. Roxnps H. Burtsch. Row 5: VV. Kluz R. Clouston, S. Berkman, G Comella, D. Vero, G. Rojik P. Johnson. D. Rowe. Page One Hundred Twenty-six if al 'V' YY it 3 , f , 4 l L ' TT ' Q '. 'nfl ' u '- 1 LJ Af 1. 'L , V ' .' : WJ X -, . , :ws I Our hand, composed of ninety members, is one of the colorful sides of gsteiljnnetz. . The instrumentation is divided into sections, which practice daily in the tower , room. Their rehearsals are as important as the rehearsals of the complete for ajfk, band is only as fine as its parts. Most of their time is devoted to pr usi but much isspent in learning marching formations. Under the leadershipw of Captain Doivse, the hand has been an important football games and school concerts. Notes of charm are 'lent to these stepping baton all times, K at the M! if high- V fi Jasc. rnew, cla i eta, flute an drumA- mic make A 11. . . , 1 land w Si! el- Siren fwfr Editors LORAYNE SCHMIDT CELESTE PALELLA Assistant Editors MARILYN WELLHAUSEN DOROTHY MORRIS Club Editor SHIRLEY KUMMERS Caption Editors ALICE BEHOUNEK PI-IOEBE ANKLAM Art Editor LEROY SLIWINSKI Photography BETTY CAMPBELL BETTY JANE POLEY Art Staff SUSAN DI GIGLIO ROY KLOTZ JACK HENDRY ED KOWALEWSKI CALVIN GESCHKE Editorial Staff GERD RASMUSSEN MARTHA BREUZE ' FRANCES KOTFILA EDWINA HAMILTON BETTY BROWN FRANCES McMILLAN DAVID DOOLEY VERA KUBICKA GENEVIEVE JEZIERNY Business Staff EVELYN TI-IIEDE DORIS SCHULTZ MILDRED DIDRIKSEN Advisors Art-MISS ELIZABETH BLYTHE Business-MISS CATHERINE LANDRIGAN Editorial-MRS. ESTHER FREY ART s'rAFFfs1TTING: R. Kim. s. Di Cifflio L. Qiiwi ' B , S ns 1. STANDIIXGZ C. Gcschke, E. Kowalewski, J. Hendry. JUNE STAFF-INIiss C. Landrigan, G. Rasmussen, Mrs. E. Frey, C. Palella. STANDING: M. Goebel, BI. Brcuzc, P, Anklam, D. Morris, B. Poley. JANUARY STAFF -- SITTING: S Kummers, B. Campbell. A. Behounek V. Kubicka. STANDING: L. Schmidt BI. XXAEHIIZIUSCII, G. Iezierny. 1 1 Page One Hundred Thi! reen Curtain I9 aqer GROWING PAINS CAST George McIntyre ROY CARLSON Terry McIntyre VIOLET BASKE Mrs. Mclntyre DOROTHY LOI-IEP Professor McIntyre ANTHONY LA EERLA Mrs. Patterson EDITH GRUHN Elsie Patterson JEANETTE KANIS Prudence LA VERNE ZIMM Brian TOM STACEY Dutch BOB BUCKLES Omar TOM STRATTON Pete FRANCIS DI CANIO Hal ROMOLO ROSSI Patty .IEANNE CARR Jane GRACE TVETER Miriam BETTY BROWN Vivian JUNE SNOW Traffic Officer HAROLD RUD Sophie VIRGINIA BLAYLOCK Extra Girl ELEANORE HOEER Dramatic Director MISS M. BOLLER Business Director MR. J. EERDMAN Posters MRS. M. HARRITT Lights MR. C. GECAN Music STEINMETZ ORCHESTRA JANUARY GROUP Row 1: I. Carr, D. Loliff, E. Hartnett, Vice Pres., B. Brown, Pres., R. Carlson. Row 2: BI. Kapsis, V. Blay- lock, P, Hennes, R. Tondelli, R. Buckles, L. Tezak, T. Stacy, R. Rossi. JUNE GROUP On Floor: F. McDermott, Evangelism. Sitting: R. VVil- hclm. L. Johnson, H. Huska, N ' E. lXIUl'l'Z!Y, ISI. Larsen. L. 1' h N H ' St nd m L-. 154- . O A PSPUM KW., WSW ' vm H594 5' I . oxfj Pd 5:11702 Q3-1F':.:S 7? . 'wygvi .az wp? A E,:'?, ?QFaQ Www. .. :IA V -nz . I 1 If wick, III. Steil. E. USHERS W ZS 2 En F Q E. A rn 2 F I T' Q -Q cn O :1 EDI!! 'D 32.2.52 '9- 3 'FEES :J W Em? Q ' :B -1 wwf? rn 51' Q Q' : Vw' E- 59 V -.. Qrnlflygi EL rim-F sq B'Ea::.g - 9:fE1G 0 Emma' U mvo, cu -one ft.. - , . 1 'I L xi Li "" ,wig I 3 d I o 0 W. 1 'rf :LV 411 ' "You young irylilippeiil-snippet, you'l1 get life for this!" What youisuppiyse hapjened to the refreshments? , I' J 1 - Omar, Patty, anefpete sit this one outff. . I J X if ff ig fs' " ro ing Paim "Mon and Dad, I'd like to have you meet some of my friends," Ouchf my toes. Aw, Elsie, have a heartf "lf you have to be such a tomboy Terry, Why don't you shoot marbles?" if 3 eivllifl My ll Std ll at 71.1, 4.11, nl ii! Q ' 121. sl , 1 . X 1 if , f , , ,ff ' ii.--. Q -f pkg, ' e .. u i' Xia ffigr 7, , ,ll J A I 4 ri . -.1-.W.ii' A i ,f 'B ' - "" ,if 1 ' f,l,4Q 4 -7 .x L ' 5 f Ui 1 l ,,s..' , 4 , --. - i My HQ' 1 xx IA 3- The JANUARY STAFF contemplates next week's is- sue and anticipates work and more work and never a leisure moment. R. Boeykens, R. Keesen, Feature Editorg L. Mattioli, Editor: M. Kapsis, M. Heil, L. Napier, Sports Editors . . . lt's their bi- weekly duty to whizz off to the printer. They have only a rninute to spare for the dead line draws near . . . JUNE STAFF . . . D. Marsolais, News Editor: A. Halvorsen, C. Pieper, Sports Editors: V. Morse, Editor: Miss G. O'- Connor, Advisor: R. Diep- house Feature Editor. .. "9 fl I fp fx :M A ...L . fi X 'lj I i I' ta QJJ P kj 1 . J' 4 NL... -ji ix . Page One Hundred Thirty four ig QA: sf 52 1 ,, I m ' er! 4 ini. 213: f ,J Ni., Kg? 5' 1 x af' ' ' x ' , , wx , 1 2 If II Hller dnfang iAt Acluwer 'AAll beginnings are diffi- cult," but the Friendly Femmes seemed to find no trouble this year in starting an active schedule. L. Kis- sane, L. Valiquet, E. Bengt- son, K. Schamber, F. Schaef- fer, F. Marx, M. Haubner. Most of the thoughts of the officers Were on the major topic-that of mak- ing the party for the Lane boys a big success. Sitting: M. Goettsche, L. Hoppe, Mrs. Fausel. Standing: D. Weh- lau, C. Pfaffendorf, C. Grezlik. The leaders in this strictly feminine club see to it that there is lots of fun every other Wednesday. Row l: E. Bengtson, Sec.: L. Hoppe. Pres.: C. Pfaffendorf, Sgt. at Arms. Row 2: M. Cmoettsche. Treas.: K. Neukirch, V. Pres. This year was one just chuck-full of fun for the members, with parties and tours galore. Row l: L. Fritz, L. Ravenfeld, H. Nicol, I. Cardone, K. Neukirch, M. Roesler, M. Hoffman, T. Knoll, D. Brandl, M. Albus. Row 2: L. Hoppe, M Brauer, D. Mohr, M. Hay den, M. Turkowski, A. Kop fer, M. Mayr, C. Cirezlik, D Furnweger, L. Kampfe. Row 3: L. Schirmann, D. Wehlau, I. Lorenz, B. Dressler, W. Bennett, H. Huska, F. Esberger, R. Andreen, C. Pfaiendorf. Row 4: E. Schicht, B. Faubel, R. Wil helm, B. Slapak, D. Laufer, L. Brennvvald, M. Goettsche, C. Rowe, D. Rowe. Page One Hundred Thirty-six " 9044 6udule, meggvda I-uinuje U 'AUnderstanding builds, lack of it destroys." Our en- thusiastic Polish Club prac- ticed this motto by applying it to their activities. Here they are shown playing bingo as they did at a neighborhood church, Where they sponsored a party. Row l: lVl. Ols- zowka, M. Trzaska, H. Cias- ton, A. Misura, l. Madalinski, l. Witek, J. Podraza, T. Czarnik. Row Z: H. Pan- kow, F. Rakoczy, L. Slod- kowski, E. Stermer, L. Tyvarowski, V. Wegrzyn, V. Kolemba, I. Rentfleich. Row 3: S. Szymczyk, N. Lund, E. Dubiel, J. Galuhn, R. Sadow- ski, P. Pawas. Row 4: B. Szymanski, E. Sadowski, Ciborowski, R. Korzelik, T. Kluz . . . These alert and energetic officers directed the most active club program on record. E. Drake, Treas.: W. Lesniak, Vice Pres.: R. Cas- per, Pres.: E. Zemrus, Sec. . . . They are on the go again. This time they are on their Way to visit and bring good cheer to an orphanage in the community. Row l: R. Pantus, J. Penkava, L. Mor- gan, L. Jasinski, L. Staniec. D. Owczarzak, A. Hellegas, E. Skorski, W. Lesniak, E. Drake. Row 2: A. Dyba, D. Gasior, L. Kubiak, L. Traw- inski, J. Szczepanik, G. Dzie- man, L. Miller, P, Muzekar, D. Skawina. Row 3: S. Jarmakowicz, C. Ciasto, B. Zinkowski, J. Maski, E. Jas- kinski, E. Barczuk, J. Jarosz, C. Olszowka, L. Wrobleski, L. Regdos. Page One Hundred Thirty-seve They keep posted on world events through a newspaper written in Latin . . . the ticket selling campaign is on . . . members and friends buy tickets for a roller skating party called, Steinmetz Family Night . . . tempus fugit- time to call another meeting. Zatin Members attend Pan-American Hestas held at Northwestern and Chicago Universities . . . the officers attend a conference at Quincy, Illinois . . . honors-a member is elected state-wide secretary . . . the club has a luncheon at the Costa Rican Coffee Room. Pan-dmerican I s Cu LATIN CLUB Row 1, Sitting: Miss Nolan, A. Hobbs, V. Brown, C. McCann, L. Paulsen. Row 2. Sitting: B. VVood, B. John son, L. Liberis. Row 1, Standing: R. Harrison, H. Krysa, N. Janda, J. Hassl. L. Harting, L. Seges, P. Herbst. Row 2, Standing: R. Dominich, C. Ernstring, D. Zimmermann, J. Stoewser, A. Smith, H. Wandke, . E73 Clouston, L. Huska, R. Christiansen. Row 3: D. Downey. C. VVilliams, B. Balswiek, N. Azzato, A. LaFerla, D. Dooley, C. Larson. . J!! ,A . 'q ,, n-r . , 1 i '- . 'll A4 KJ "' X X , ,- ,..+':f ', , b a.,,,..' J 4 PAN-AMERICAN Row 1: I. Essen, Vice Pres.: P. Slay, Treas.g A. Larsen, Sec., F. Gonzalez, Pres.: A. VVerner. A. Olson, V. Henne- lllilll, M. Lawrence, S. Perry, I. Gottstein. Row 2: Bliss Thorssnn, D. Lantz, D. Jen- sen, E. Larson, C. Sandahl, E. lliller, E. Samborski, L. Lewandowski, M. B1-euze, H. Carter. Row 3: E. Barker. H. Schwalb, V. Kuemmel, NV. Petersen, B. Rogers, R. Pagliughi, V. Steger, J. Tur- ney, L. Fahringer, T. Fcrricr. fs! l ' l-Jgyr-Ll .- 7 vw! J' Vg! 4- MV4 , ' -gf ' 0' i ' l .1 fy ' 1 ' A ,Jf ff ,JAN ' ', Ji f Vjf I J , fy' Page One Hundred Thirty ezght yt I. The members plan an interesting project gay pamphlets and d lan colorful maps of Italy are collected room 221 becomes a colorful and interesting classroom Italian songs are sung to rollicking music from an accordion 9 A The lives of the first French settlers in Illinois are studied by the 'tene club members conversation in French is enjoyably carried on at the meetings . . . materlal pertaining to th s fascxnatmg language is collected for a scrapbook . . . the members visit the French Art Exhibit at the Art Institute ate ITALIAN Row 1: BI. Damico, L. Sun- seri, I. Pascuzzi, Mrs. Taglia, L. Luciani, F. Luciani, J. Litrenta. Row 2: M. Zaniolo. M. Messina, A. Ceccarelli, S. Insolia. M. DiCorpo, V. Peta tenuzzo. Row 3: L. Giovan- noni. ll. Battistoni, E. Romei. O. Docimo, J. Tum- lworello, E. Tiritilli. F. Favia. FRENCH Row 1: C. Groom. M. Mc- Leod. C. Stewart, B. Harri- son. Pres.g M. Breuze, Sec.g V. ClH'Zi'IllCl'. Vice Pres.: F. Emsley. Treas. Row 2: T. Longo. V. Ralcli, R. lllarus- zcak, M, Nicol, F. Kotfila, L. Johnson, L. Golaszewski, E. XVagner. Row 3: S. Han- sen, M. I. Clarke, H. Cichy, L. Scott, P. VVarnlce, S. Mc- Creary, E. Erickson, Bliss Sechler. FRENCH Row 1: V. McCarthy. V.. XVallace, Pres.: B. Harrison. Vice Pres.: NI. McLeod. Row 2: L. Johnson, I. Good- rich. M. Sadowski. C. Klich, M. Clarke, Miss Sechler. Row 3: H. Theise. Enter Nous Club, Row 1: R. Moruszcak, M. Breuze, E. VVagner, S. Ray. Row 2: G. Jeziei-ny, V. Kulaicka, P. Anklam, L. Golaszewski. Row 3: T. Longo, S. Mcffreary, T. Hof- fer. V. Cllramer. Page One Hundred Thirty-nine L C H E M S T E I N MEETINGS mean peri- ods of mixing queer concoc- tions to make cold cream, lip- stick, and smoke screens. Here come the Alchemstein mem- bers ready for fun: E. Colton, Pres., B. Brooks, M. Zucker, R. Sechter, M. Anderson, Sec., M. Harges, V. Pres. . . . The results are not al- ways what they anticipate. but the club members are happy and satisied with a profitable club meeting as they leave the chemistry labora- tory: E. Erickson, P. Ank- lam, B. Bergum, S. Combs, N. Azzato, H. Schwalb, M. J. Ferdman . . . Bending glass rods this way and that and making gayly colored liquids for Charles E. Mical took up many busy minutes of the Alchemstein members: P. Anklam, B. Bergum, M. Harges, Mr. Eerdman, N. Azzato, M. Hayden, L. Braun, H. Schwalb, H. Huska, W. Bennett, R. Mc- Namara, R. Rogers, E. Mc- Millan, A. Goethe . . . The reward is great. Now Charles E. Mical can wink slyy and sip a "coke" with the mem- bers. And-just to prove his powers he is shown here shak- ing hands with the club presi- dent, Marvin Harges. OCAL HISTORY. . , In- teresting facts about the community are uncovered by these club members. Row lt L. Schirmann, S. Kummers, I. McDonough, Corr. Sec., E. Bengtson, Rec. Sec., B. Kelly, Pres., I. Munger, Treas., P. Muzekar, D. Haug, B. Camp- bell. Row 2: V. Henneman, A. Burda, Miss Bergh, B. Paubel, M. Durachta, J. Maki. M. Wellhausen, E. Lis- inski . . . PRE-MEDICS . . . By touring hospitals and at- tending medical movies the members help pave the Way toward a career in medicine. Row l: M. Liewehr, B. Brooks, Sec., M. Arntzen, Pres., Mr. Cook, N. Azzato, V. Pres., M. Anderson, Treas., B. Faubel. Row 2: L. Braun, M. Breuze, R. Rogers, M. Campbell, D. Laufer, M. Nicol, R. Marus- Zicak . . . MATH CLUB . . . The slide-rule is the insignia of these Wizards in mathe- matics. Row 1: B. Rogers, E. Hamilton, V. Kuemmel, M. Anderson, L. Shrader, Pres., M. Arntzen, M. Lie- Wehr, E. Olsen, H. Nicol. Row 2: M. Hayden, G. Marsh, R. Deacon, R. Smet- ters, P. Colton, B. Schaefer, R. Young, I. Pascuzzi. Row 3: J. Speilman, H. Norain, D. Rowe, J. Goodrich, Miss Rehm, C. Rowe, I. Cherhavy, R. Young, J. Kantzavelos . . . LIBRARY CLUB . . . It is a haven for those who call books their friends. Row l: G. Shuler, A. Kaiser, F. Shu- ler, C. Pfalfendorf, D. Ma- jewski, A. Izmer, S. Monge, F. Hansen, O. Tuckey. Row 2: B. Brooks, S. Genuk, S. Johnson, F. Domine, C. Wallace. R. Gregorio, Mrs. Walter. Page One Hundred Forty-one Cycle C116 Safety C0mm1AA1on . . I2 . A . . ,fl Y w' J. JCYCLE CLUB Row 1: L. xvi-Obleski, B. Uacques, L. Psota, R. Marus- zcak, L. Spread, M. Carone A. Behnke, J. McNamara. Row 2: Mr. Herrick, E. Planz, I. Giurgin, Mr. Nalecz. SAFETY COMMISSION Left to Right-Sitting: Au- relia Kopfer, Ass't Sec.: John Ossler, Auto Registrarg Irene Hadalinski, Sec. Standing: Mr. Nalecz, George Henrik- sen, Ass't Registrar. P.T.A. Row 1: Mrs. VVm. Vallas, Rec. Sec.: Mrs. A. Ottmang Mrs. NV111. Breitsprecher, lst Vice Pres.: Bliss P. Dierks, 2nd Vice Pres.: Mrs. C. Ern- sting, Pres.5 Mrs. L. V. Vernon, Cor. Sec.g Mrs. ll. Swideck, Treas.g 1NIrs. F. H. Cassidy, Bulletin. Row 2: Mrs. F. Iacques, 1XIrs. D. Gross, Mrs. F. Moskal. Mrs. I. Kanies, lNIrs. E. Budde, Mrs. I. Amuudseu, Blrs, G. Neumann. Row 3: Mrs. G. Houtsinger, Mrs. O. Selzcr, Mrs. BI. Scott, Blrs. P. Brown. Mrs. II. I. Christian- sen, Mrs. G. Yvahlstedt. Mrs. I. J. Gazda, Mrs. XV. Shea. Page One Hundred Forty two FIXIT CLUB Row 1: G, Girasole. T.. Cin- -rfmi Treas L lutz V qucg. . -, - a - - Pres.. Mr. Downey, Miss Cushing, J. Fattes, Pres.. M. Ahlers. Sec., L. Paulsen, Row 2: B. Paslurnak. l.. Sponholtz, I. Kvm'e1'. L. lenski, Mr. Ramsey, L. Segcs, G. Marsh. J. LCilme1'.lJ.Kll:ss. Row 3: ll. LaBv'rw- R. Nel- son, E. Szorow, J. Chambers, L. Fahringer. XY. Zajac, C.. Kaclell. STEIN STEN JANUARY Row 1: I. Green. I. lVenclt, D. Lohff, Pres.. L. Valiquct, Sec.. L.. Reid, Treas., L. Kasliul. Y. Pres., K. Seham- her. Row Z: L. Sozmkenhell. J. Maki, Miss Vaughn, L. Larson, Y. Kulmielca, C. Je- zierney. Mrs. Beach, A. Yo- sylca, lf. Loik. STEIN STEN-JUNE Row 1: Skorski. L. Ott- mzui. T. Knoll. Bl. Turlcowski, Treas., R. Iohnso11. V. Pres., L. Reid, Pres., O. Tuckey, L. Schmid. E. Vittorini, M. Tliorgerson. Row 2 : L. Hoppe. L. ilFiS1'1'lTlZi1111, :Xll'l1'1llZl11U. M. Retelny, V. Retcluy. E. Lisinslci, H. T0- liolik, M. Goebel. R. Dahme, K. Nc-ukireli. S. Rezuler. Row 3: Miss Yauglm. lf. Christen- sen. F. XYall. Ll. Iannuscli, B. Johanson. ,l. Sorentino. ili. Lorenz. Hrs. Beach. Row 4: M. Alilers, R. XYill1elm, E. Carry. - - This group of pleasant Workers have pencils poised and erasers ylxlt ready to adjust and make new programs. If you have math and history second period and you are scheduled to come from first to eleventh-don't Worry -they'lI 'Af1Xit". Under the expert direction of Mr. Grover C. Ramsey, Miss May Cushing, and Mr. Wm. Downey they are learning the intricacies of program making. gt - A'Take a letter Miss Jonesy' is music to the ears of these future ein en stenographers. Dictation pads and typewriters will be at their finger tips when these young office Workers 'iget set to go." Where to find them . . Activities , 4 , Alchemstein .. Baseball Team . . . Basketball Team . 4 . Bowling Teams . . . Boughton, Mrs. E.. . . Boys' Choir .... Cheerleaders ., Classes .,.......... Class Officers-January Class Ollicers-June . Clean-Up Campaign . 4 . . Concert Band ....,.. Cycle Club ....,.. Dardanelles 4 Divisions .i.. Fire Marshals 4 , . Fixit Club ..... Football Team .... ..,..12, 13, 120, 121 .1ackson,Mr. . . 4 4 4140 Junior Service Club. . , . Junior Girls' Choir. . ...115 H l 112 Latin Club ...... . H--M113 LibraryClub..,.... Local History Club 11 29 ...126 ...138 ,.,141 .4.1.41 . 411, 30 ' ' ' ' --1127 Math Club .,i.... ..... 1 41 McTigue, Miss M. ..... .... 3 9, 63 . . . , ,112 A I 12, 13 National Honor Society .i., . . . 27 UIU38 Ofli S ' Clb H68, 69 ce erv1ce u ,.... , .... 33 34 O'Hearn, Mr. D. .,.. ..., 1 O, 27 412181, 3 129 Orchestra ........ ..... 1 22 ---1-142 PanAmericanClub.....4.. ,..138 Parent-Teachers Association . . . . . . 142 --30f 31 Polish Club ...... ..,.. . , .137 14-19, 56-63 Pre-Medics Club ... 4 4 .141 Ramsey, Mr. G, C.. . , . 29 ,.,.11,43 ...,2O, 23 4 ,,.. 123 French Club .... .4... 1 39 Safety Commission ---- S S 142 Senior Choir ,....4... . . . 125 G' A' A- 4----4 116, 117 Senior Division Teachers. .,..., 63 German Club - - 1 4---- 136 Senior Shots ,.....,. ,... 6 4, 65 G1f1S, C11011' - ' 1 - -124 Sigma Quad ....,.. . . . . . 32 GO1fT2f1m ----1'4' - - -115 Silver Streak Staff. . . 4 . . 4 . ,130 Graduates-January . , . .40-55 Sports Shots EEAVA I I I 108, 109 Graduates-June .... . .70-105 Stage Crew IEA. ,....A. 3 5 Graduation Shots . . . . , ,66-67 Star Staff IHEVA 134' 135. 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