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

 - Class of 1942

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The first ones of the past year were of happiness. with few dark clouds on the horizon, although the scene gradually changed. until now we are passing through a period of strife and inward dark- ness: the storm will go on its way and the sun will shine again. To help chase away the clouds we are presenting to you the sunbeams of the 1941-42 year at Steinmetz-so here are your memories: they're yours to share and enioy. PUBLISHED BY THE SENIOR CLASS OF STEINMETZ HIGH SCHOOL IN CHICAGO urnoer Que Qu your gat Qaracfe Daniel F. 0'Hearn Principal R cgke h'QSAl7lClIlfS talof and the seniors jqienc! - Cglzats our princyoaL mr. man-ie! Cggfearn. mmruzcripaf of schoofs since 1908, he has fzaal tfze task of feacltny stucfents through two wars. gracious in mannefg sfow to anyefg quick to jyory-ive, he exefnpftjqes the characteristics necessary to suc- cessfuffy meet the many proofems cofzjqoefztriny us tocfay. 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Office MAY MISHLOVE Senior Clerk, in charge of finance FRANCES RIGNEY Pay Roll Clerk HELEN LIDDY Books and Supplies MARGARET GALVIN Reports GLADYS ELBE. not photographed Records Teachers LORA ADAMS English HUBERT ANDERSON Science, now in the service FLORENCE ANDREWS Commercial LAURA ARENDS Commercial FLORENCE ARMITAGE English EDWARD BADE Engineer Custodian ROSE BAER Commercial, co-sponsor of Red Cross ISABELL BEACH Chairman of Commercial Department, co-sponsor of Stein-Sten club omg Qlll' Qest gn agile Qslclzoof Qui West Top Row BERTHA BRADDOCK HANNAH BENSON English, co-sponsor of National Honor Matron Society LOIS BERGH LESLIE BRADLEY Social Science, sponsor of Local History Social Science, 4A Counselor Club LEWIS BRAMKAMP ADELINE BERTHI-ING Social Science, Administrative Assistant Commercial Bottom ROW MARGARETE BIRKEMEIER MARY BRENNQCK Aft Social Science IOHN BIORNSON MARGARET CAHILL Social Science- Chairman Of the English, in charge of Remedial Reading Department HARRIET CALVERLEY Center ROW Music, Chairman of Department, ELIZABETH BYLYTHE co-sponsor of Senior Choir Art MILDRED CODDINGTON MARGARET BOLLER Athletics English, sponsor of Green Curtain HARRIET CO1-LOPY Players Spanish x - X XX X f4 Xff J -:::: M X 'X '1 Q "1Q X 5 5 W., X. mow - XM 3 i A , XXX sf k Q . -Q. x X X -XXV Q ffXX.X,.. - ' NSXXNX ' x -XXQ X. :XXX XXWX.. - 'MXSXQX Qx xv R X.: X S XXX? 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X K S 1 .X X X 'XX X X X X Q Q A 'Q X , K Q - X .. X XXX ' XS X 'V . ' 5 lx XXX N S ,XX N X k X f N I - Xt . - ' . K X 1 .511 ' Y ' X X -' XS: x mpg: .Q Xe A . E' -X N- -f , fsgasr :::af:: X X Q 1 XX x Q14 , , f 5 . Q X 5 NX Q :::.:.Xg-: A P X -. ' NB 1 - W 5' , L - S xx ' ss 1 S X X -5 AL R, xy 5 ,sn 'Q 9 K R 3 S' x A Q XX .F X 'Q X X " X 'Q X , Wigs X . X,X 'X MM XS NX A CHARLES MCALPIN E Counselor ROBERT BEHRENDT . . . Skipper of a pleasure yacht . . . favors toasted cheese sandwiches, sport clothes, Miss Kilgour . . . "Swede" proficient white prevaricator . . . predicts a dark future for himself . . . Boys' Choir, Fire Marshal. LAWRENCE BENSON . . . "Boots" future teacher . . . traveled to Canada . . . Dorothy Anderson, Iune, '41, his inspiration . . . Spanish his aggravation . . . girls dragging their feet irk him . . . Lettermen's Club, Fire Marshal. RALPH BERG . . . "Jeep" doesn't mind a good night's sleep . . . has no time for moody people . . . hopes to engineer his way through life . . . collecting girls' handkerchiefs, his avocation. IANE BOCKMAN . . . has designs on being a designer . . . likes iewelry, but hates nickname "Ianie" . . . spends spare time writing letters, dancing, eating . . . pie, a la mode, her hobby . . . G. A. A. FRANK BOHAC . . . Likes Mr. Sheehan, roast pork, sports, pepsi-cola . . . giggling girls and Cubs peeve him . . . hopes to be successful in the field of engineering . . . reading and movies his hobbies. MARIO BORGHESI . . . His favorites, steaks, swimming. Rita Hayworth . . . dislikes teachers, but thinks Mr. Her- rick fine . . . "Mar" is a swimming fan . . . plans a college and radio future. VIRGINIA BROWN . . . "Vir" hopes to be a wife nice to come home to . . . loathes gossips and waiting . . . loves walking with the 'wind and the rain in her hair" . . . N. H. S. IEANETTE BURGER . . . Future nurse but dislikes tales of operations . . . happy with the uke. fried chicken and mystery stories . . . cooks, fishes, runs speedboat . . . Quill and Scroll, Dar- danelles, N. H. S. ELIZABETH BURK . . . Future Clara Barton, Libby will be . . . can whirl about on skates as gracefully as on the dance floor . . . a trip to Hawaii her great desire . . . admires Miss Haley and Miss Rehm. DANIEL CANADEO . . . Handsome "Danny" from the famous family of athletes . . . football coach of tomorrow . . . toot not your horns near Danny's house. girls: he likes it not . . . Football Captain. Baseball. MARIORIE CARLSON . . . Beautiful home with a hand- some man . . . Glenn Miller while dancing . . . Sporty camping . . . French fries are an added attraction . . . N. H. S.. News Editor of Star, President of French Club, Class Secretary, Press Club. LORRAINE CARTER . . . "Lor" our sym- pathy to you, the future pedagogue . . . iolly friends attract her . . . Sonia Heine, her pattern . . . the "would be" life of the party annoys her . . . Dardanelles, French Club, N. H. S. ADELIN E HALVORSEN Treasurer MARIORIE CARLSON Secretary LORRAINE PICKARTZ Vice-President K. HENDRY rs resident DAVID ANDERSEN . . . "Red" likes good cooks. football. boxing and swim- ming . . . dislikes high heels without stockings . . . ambition is printing . . . has traveled through four states . . . worked after school. DONALD ANDERSEN . . . "Red" took a commercial course . . . sleeps for a hobby . . . likes football, baseball, swimming. skating . . . has traveled through the East . . . printing, his ambition . . . future undecided. IACK ARBOGASH . . . "Iackson", the future astrologist. looks to the stars for inspiration . . . calls for swing music . . . sweet potatoes tickle his palate . . . collecting records, his hobby . . . true friends, his delight. EDWARD BARROW . . . Future shipbuilder . . . delights in telling iokes and stories . . . an eutdoorman . . . golf, fish- ing. hunting occupy his time . . . "Ed" has traveled through Canada and New York NORMA BIELAWSKI . . . Weird, mysterious, Hawaiian music soothe this collector of fancy hair styles Norma, the fatalist. believes future will be what it is to be . . . Dardanelles. G.A.A., National Honor Society. GENEVIEVE BINKOWSKI . . . Thumbs down on glamour boys, thinks "Gene" . . . honesty and loyalty high on her list . . . I craves dancing and green Fords . . . interior decorator is her dream. LeROY BOCKHOLT . . . Air plane crashes dampen not "Buck's" ardor to fly a plane . . . hopes to aim straight for financial independence . . . will hit the mark . . . belongs to the Rifle Club. ANNETTE BORRIS . . . She'll welcome each victim of the dentists drill . . . her memoirs are part of her program collection . . . enioys wearing and designing attractive clothes . . . Office Service, G-.A.A. WAYNE BOWMAN . . . Rolls up a good average in bowling . . . at home with grinding valves and whirling engines . . . good-natured Wayne . . . nothing irks him . . . father is his ideal . . . Bowling. - SHIRLEY BROMSTEAD . . . "Shirl" treasures sincere "amigos" . . . dancing under the stars with orchids on her shoulders, her dream . . . professional dancer, her ambition . . . Green Curtain. Student Council, Pan American, G.A.A., Prom. ELSIE BYLES . . . Happy married life with the one and only . . . alarm clocks at 6:30 A. M. and crew hair cuts annoy her sleeping soul . . . weakness is tall, dark and handsome "fellas" . . . N.H.S. CORRINE CALLAHAN . . . From California to New Orleans roamed "Irish" . . . craves iolly companions and sail boats . . . Dick Iurgens records are her favorite pastime . . . detests giving oral talks . . . Student Council. THEODORE CALLAS . . . Teddy won't be drafted, will enlist . . . hears seven "rahs and yeah team" in his dreams . . . clicking of snaps is his hobby . . . Capt. of Cheer Leaders. Chief of Police and Fire Marshals. GEORGE CASTERTON . . . George, the optimist, hopes to write a best seller . . . expects to be a millionaire . . . prefers blondes . . . fond of food . . . member of Lettermen's Club. ROBERT CHRISTIANSEN . . . "Chris" likes to travel, skiing and photography, his likes . . . skis along in Science . . . has no favorites . . . believes there is no ideal person . . . N.H.S.. Sigma Quad, Alchemstein, Latin, Vis. Ed. MABEL CHRISOPHERSON . . . Will swing into tune when she leads her orchestra . . . shrinks from conceited people . . . still looking for her ideal . . . fancy clothes, unusual coiffures attract her . . . Senior Choir. 'Www .1 3 -. x Q' X .Ku ,Q A xx Y N, -ww, E S N A 'N R . - - FN N-.115 Nvskx. ki 115 1. it X. X. . X N x Q f Y X Q3 Q . 1 .gk NM N S .. 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' 2-sf XX .4 :: Wifi 'Q ' .Q W gm .QX .zszz X W 59 'Pie ' PYXWSE 1:5512-I :f'.E2" 2533 X. ' Y 1 iff? , MW9. YQ? 22 ' 3. ,. 5 ...,. X , ' 'iii .X 4 :MX X X X Qfri X '- :n Q.. fX?4f?Ef , Z Z ::" "2- -1: IX - X ' X ' ' X kg, 5 . Slim .NX HW,- Xw X, QXXXXX, W SAX. Xa.. f -X ' XX.. , MARY CIPRI . . . "No Smoking" signs hang in "Babes" ultra modern dress designing parlors . . . a tall. dark, handsome man greets you . . . her personality pervades the atmosphere . . . Italian Club, G.A.A. MARGARET CRAIG . . . Marge's ambition is to stay single and be secretary to some lucky man . . . French fries and pine- apple pie "um" . . . mother is her ideal . . . dislikes giggly person- alities. G. A. A. WARREN DAHL . . . Future artist is his aim . . . hamburgers and pepsi-cola his delights . . . Lincoln is his ideal . . . history appeals to his studious nature . . . plays trombone in Concert Band. GEORGIA DEMAS . . . Trim Miss "Dixie" won't have trouble getting a iob as a model . . . however, pork chops are bad for models . . . Cub fan . . . Silver Streak, Bowling. Hall Guard. RUTH DIEPHOUSE . . . Oh to be haPPY! that's "Deepy" . . . dotes on long eyelashes . . . vetoes foggy weather . . . letter writing is her hobby . . . feature editor of Star, Pres. of Press Club. Student Council, Quill and Scroll. SUSAN DiGIGLIO . . . "Sierra Sue" hopes to travel down life's iourney alone' . . . creating new hair styles forms her career . . . dreams of exploring Egypt and India . . . collects poetry . . . G.A.A.. Dardanelles. ADELINE DROZD . . . "Ad" has a flare for drawing . . . in heaven when skating. dancing or consuming turkey . . . completed a com- mercial course but desires to become a nurse. MARIORIE DuPERE . . . Anxious to be a snappy snap- shot taker . . . "Peggy", the mystery story kid, delights in dress designing-appreciates the humorous . . . promise breakers not on her list . . . French Club. G.A.A. LENNART FAHLANDER . . . "Lennie". the rising engineer, dislikes snobs and smarties . . . chemistry and civics not too deep for him . . . good mixer . . . President of Student Council. Sigma Quad. GEORGE GANOPULOS . . . Future opera singer is "Gunner" . . . crowded morning street cars irk him. dotes on hot dogs. Iames Stew- art. Veronica Lake . . . a warbler in Boys' Choir. EDGUERITA GARLING . . . She'll take dictation. but from her boss only . . . so thinks "Rits", the lover of sports . . . has no time for conceited people . . . sweaters and skirts. her appeal . . . Concert Band. LUCILLE GUILBERT . . . "Lu". the future surgical nurse . . . high heeled shoes with anklets. and people who spell names wrong peeve her . . . likes indoor sports, movie stars and Mr. Groom . . . Girls' Choir. Finance committee. DAVID GOTAAS . . . Slide "Gataaski", slide., rip off that call for blondes with snappy cars-plays trombone . . . future civil engineer . . . admirer of Capt. Dowse . . . Spanish Club . . . Edelweiss Verein. PAUL GOTAAS . . . A chemical engineer is his goal . . . stuck up girls annoy this friendly boy . . . dwells on history. music. physics and chemistry . . . plans to attend Northwestern University. IRIS GOTTSTEIN . . . People call her "I" . . . she hates it . . . likes Spanish. volley ball and ice cream . . . dances. swims. drives . . . Pan-American Club, Green Curtain Play- ers. Student Council. LOUISE GARVY . . . "Lee". the future cook, likes good food . . . detests high heels with anklets . . . movies are her complex . . . anxious to be somebody's secretary . . . thinks Mr. O'Hearn is iust "tops." ROBERT HAAK . . . The aesthetic appeals to Bob. the iournalist . . . out with iitterbug and iazz . . . in with roast pork . . . Miss Boller, Miss Rehm his favorites . . . Green Curtain. Press. Fire Marshal. ELEANOR HAFEMANN . . . "Babe" loves snookie pie and flowers . . . ideal person is snookie pie . . . future is to be successful . . . has taken a commercial course . . . Ir. Service. Silver Streak, Student Council, Green Curtain. MARY HAMMANG . . . "Sweet Petunia" will play her lullaby on typewriters . . . depends on the weather 'cause she ice and roller skates . . . Miss Andrews. her guiding light . . . Edelweiss Verein. ARTHUR HANSEN . . . Swing music first on his hit parade, not iitterbugs . . . breezing along -in yellow convertible as a photo-engraver is his ambition . . . hopes to own his own graphic camera. ELMER HANSEN . . . Ambitious to grow three inches taller and play professional basketball . . . they call him "Iumbo" . . . will go on with his tech. course . . . wants to see the U. S. ROBERT DALEY . . . Likes cars with radios . . .-congenial girls who share his ideas please him . . . President Roosevelt, his ideal . . . finds pleasure in his accordion . . . collects names and addresses . . . future executive. BERNETTA DeBOER . . . "Bernie" will amuse you with her scrap books . . . bowling is her first choice. archery. her second . . . looks ahead to being a successful stenographer, N.H.S. VIOLET DECINA . . . "Mickey" loves danc- ing. but not bashful men . . . gum pacifies her, Miss Andrews pleases her . . . talents are tap dancing, bowling . . . reading her diary de- lights her . . . G.A.A., Stein-Sten. JOSEPH DI GIULIO . . . "Ice" is at home on a horse . . . his talents are hidden . . . hopes to earn a living in the air . . . favors Miss Cahill . . . R.O.T.C.. Press Club, Library. ANDREWS DOBIS . . . Laboratory technician is "Andy" . . . love of history overcomes dislike of homework . . . Bing Crosby may have a competitor some sweet day' . . . sweet tooth craves roast chicken . . . Polish Club. DORIS DOWNING . . . "Doctor Downing" some will call her . . . sockless maidens beware when Doc is near . . . no iitterbugs for "Dor" . . . likes chop suey and sport money: THOMAS FALLBACHER . . . Machine shop "Blacky" can not tolerate the know-it-all . . . consumption is his pastime . . . Mathematics is his specialty . . . longs to travel to California . . . beware of that west. DOROTHY FANELLA . . . Tripping the light fantastic. that's "Dotzie" . . . the lure of Hawaii calls her . . . her talents are hidden . . . her taste for salads apparent . . . Mrs. Triebel, her favorite . . . G.A.A.. Hall Guard. Silver Streak. IOSEPH FRANKENBERGER . . . "Doc" makes a name for himself shunning girls who comb their hair in public . . . chicken salad on his plate. plain clothes on his back . . . there you have him. the perfect man. ARTHUR GOETHE . . . This photographic genius likes any kind of good food . . . has seen 40 of 48 states . . . R.O.T.C., Student Council. Student Court. Alchemstein. Edelweiss Verein. ELMER GOETZ . . . Out of the way, women drivers, here comes Al . . . woodcarving, his bend . . . Buick plant is looking for men like him . . . don't keep those talents hidden . . . Football. GEORGE GOLDSTEIN . . . Nicknameless George has a chemical makeup that calls for speed . . . his undeter- mined future requires analysis . . . latent talents must be discovered . . . Mr. Moody, Mr. Ferdman, his ideals. ROSE GREGORIO . . . Serious Rose. college her goal . . . sports, her recreation . . .. happy with a book . . . never expects to see her ideal . . . Green Curtain. Pan American, Dardanelles. N.H.S.. Library. GEORGE GREEN . . . This humorous fellow wants to be a retired business man . . . likes movies, radio. and new clothes . . . too many talents to mention . . . good at archery. ROBERT Gusrzow . . . "Lightning Bob" wants to strike out for the business world . . . music charms him. food allures him . . . blondes bewilder him . . . the draft is calling him . . . Uncle Sam will welcome him. LORRAINE HAI-'EMANN . . . Born to travel . . . sport clothes attract her . . . favors blue . . . ideal is her mother . . . Executive type . . . Student Council, G.A.A.. Ir. Service, Green Curtain, Hall Guard, Sil- ver Streak, Police. ALICE HAIN . . . "Little One" pilot that plane right . . . make that cooking talent grow . . . sew those seams . . . imitate your ideal. Miss Andrews . . . Stein-Sten. G.A.A.. Edelweiss Verein. ADELINE HALVORSEN . . . Typewriter, keep clicking, typist keep singing, that's happy "Andy" . . . bossy people, rude boys off her menu . . . snap shots galore . . . Star. Press Club president. FLORENCE HANSEN . . . Beautiful dreamer hopes dreams come true . . . California here I come . . . spare ribs, angel food cake entice her . . . conceited people and roller skating are opposite in her affec- tions . . . Literary Club. MARION HANSEN . . . This future "hello" girl likes movies. but not knee socks . . . commercial student, plays piano well . . . have you seen her movie scrap book? G.A.A. BETTY HARRISON . . . Boys go "ga-ga" over Betty's eyelashes . . . a permanent fixture of the Honor Society . . . the future campus cut-up . . . N.H.S.. Dardanelles. Green Curtain Players. VIRGINIA HEINE . . . Don't fall off that horse. riding lover. "Ginny" IACK HENDRY . . . Follows in McCutcheon's footsteps. all around . . . making ladies beautiful is your field . . . Miss Doody, her model good sport . . . contagious sense of humor . . . class president by . . . good taste . . . G.A.A.. Hall Guard. large vote . . . DePauw University is lucky to get him . . . success MARION HEINEIVIANN . . . Has seen New York. Georgia. Coming - - - Swimming- Washington . . . Chop suey and skating are her weaknesses . . . EDWARD HENRIKSEN . . . Happy landings to the future loathes people who talk in the movies . . . would like to operate Ace . . . "Eddy" goes for fried chicken and banana splits . . . oral comptometer. talks his pet peeve . . . "look pretty. please." his hobby. GEORGE HEITSCHMIDT . . . Lover's dream GEORGE HENRIKSEN i i i To ioin Ai, is sweet Arlene . . . Coach Thompson's footsteps he will follow . . . Corps' his ambiiion . i i ink Spois and concerts bore him i ' i stamp consuming Stuffed Slmfe ribs ctter e'-'eh game' his felling - ' - Leiler' collector . . . goes for varied sports in the outdoor . . . ham and ice men's Club. cream satisfy his appetite. CLARENCE HENSKE . . . "Lunch" to the gang . . . food and more ELEANOR HOFER . . . National Honor Society and Dardanelles her food for him . . . those school collections keep him broke . . . likes achievements . . . plans to travel and enioy life . . . adores filled blue. but not the blues . . . scientific fields will find him. peppers and handsome boys . . . swimming, skating, dancing. riding are her pleasures. PAULINE HERBST . . . Note taker to a higher up is ROBERT HORBAN . . . "Bob". the wise. asks only "Paulie" - - - considerate Pe0Ple WCll'm llel' heart - - - classic ldllillq economic security for his declining years . . . here's hoping . . . to liPsei llel' sellsilivily - - - Honor Society - - - Ddrdllnelles. Senior Choir- this taxidermist. classical music. romantic stories are but skin deep . . . Iefferson. his ideal. HIALMER HOCKERT . . . "Hockey" trowns AUSTIN HUMBRQCK , , , "Sonny" wqnfg 0!l girls Wlle dress like Cl0Wlls - - - likes lull dllel' Wefkillg llellfs to be a tiller of soil . . . Music is his meat. swing and martial music - - - l1C1PPY Willl mdlllf friends dl'0l1l'ld him - - - l10PeS to ioin the being right in the groove . . . steaks and sweaters running a close R-A-lik second . . . Band. ROBERT lCl5NOGl-E - - - Oltl l10W he hates to 'Jef UP ill file lllefllillq IOHN IECK . . . A talented track man . . . girls with runs in their . - - likes mashed P0lC!l0es and P0l'k chops - - - Wellld Devel' Teillse stockings annoy this well dressed person . . . a future coach he hopes shady tree or comfortable pillow . . . enioys nature study. to be , I , Sigma Quad' Siudei-it Cguncil. JAMES IAGO . . . "lace" . - . tc breeze alcns in a new LILLIAN IENNINGS . . . "Lil" wants to be flying high C0llVel'lll9le is llis dream - - - has dabbled ill d little cf eVel'Yll'llll9- as a stewardess . . . has seen the Black Hills . . . swing music. danc- blll the Bend iS tops with him - - - Band- ing. roller skating are her ioys . . . drug store cowboys annoy her. RUSSELL IANA . . . Music and sports are HAROLD IENSEN . . . Ambitious to be ideal his hobbies - - - llemewefk and Gills are llls dml0YdTlCes - - - h0PeS hus-band . . . likes work. not homework . . . "Swede" enioys roller tc be U Sql- in ille d1'mY - - - Russ enl'-'YS ifdveling - i - Gen- Science skating. bowling . . . admires New Deal President and Miss Farr . . . Collfse- Bowling Club. o o o Ex vlolill player o o o future graduate of Illinois o o o . . . "Ruthie" has visions of being at private secfe. plans to accept apples from future pupils - - - dislikes usherins and tary . . . idolizes her mother . . . likes to dance . . . collects records and pep ccrn in theatre aisles . . - Sigma Quad. snap shots . . . Stein-sten. G.A.A. I BEYERLY -IOHANSON . -. . To-put singers through their EDNA LEE JOHNSTON I . . ...i.iqer.. in name only . U i paces: is Bev 5 ambition ' ' ' fed hun' dancing and swleback ple mike says nix to bad table manners and slang . . . likes steaks and Caesar he' sing memlv along he' way ' ' ' N'H'S" Dardanelles' Green cur' Romero . . . goes for roller skating and dancing . . . future interior mm Players' decorator. KENNETH IOHNSON . . . Electrical engi- neer . . . "Kenny" plays ball with much delight . . . future hope is ROBERT IURAN . . . Do or die. he'll learn Armour Institute . . . ideal person. Mr. Gecan . . . Student Council. a trade . . . his idea of a lullaby isn't snorinq - - - seeing l'ledY and Stage Crew. Sigma Quad. Engineers Club. Bing on the screen and bowling are his pastimes. EDMUND KADZIELOWSKI . . . "Ienkins". the Pepsi-Cola kid. piles MARIORIE KECSEG . . . Single blessedness has no appeal for "Bunny" up a mean bowling average . . . billiards come in second . . . engi- . . . has domestic trend . . . talented at dishwashing . . . father's neer's life for him . . . pet peeve is famous bands. "maybe" irks her . . . secretary. her ambition . . . Stein-Sten. G.A.A.. Choir. Red Cross. ' GEORGIA KALOMIRIS . . . Aspires to fame in a talking WILLIAM KENNEDY . . . "Irish" will fly high in the marathon . . . future buyer for Fields . . . not long on homework S fleecy sky for U.S.A .... blushes with shame at Easter bonnets . . . . . . historicals her diversions . . . Dardenalles. Sr. Choir, Pre-Medics. plays the trumpet for Captain Dowse each fourth period . . . President Silver Strevk. of Band. MARY KAYLEGIAN . . . "Chubbins" will FRANK KIMMEL . . . Musician's life tops be balancing for her living . . . likes George Raft and chop suey his list . . . electrical engineer comes second . . . "Count" likes har- . . . conceited people annoy her . . . hobbies are stamp and coin mony . . . Al Ruck's orchestra claims him . . . hopes to go to college collecting . . . G.A.A.. Pan American. . . . Edelweiss Verein. MAIZIE KINEY . . . "Snooky" aims to be second Florence Nightingale GLADYS KOEGELHEIDER . . . Saving pennies is "Kagel's" hobby . . . likes skating. chop suey . . . hobby. refusing dates . . . good . . . success is her longing . . . fun, friends. happiness. her request at dress designing . . . G.A.A., Office Service. Pre-Medics. Local . . . pretty clothes. her covering . . . National Honor Society. Office History. Red Cross. Service. Choir. G.A.A. DONALD KLO-SS . . . Sole ambition is to be C.P.A .... HAROLD KOSICK . . . Future big time politician. maybe Mr. Downey heads his hit parade . . . enioys building model railroads . . . likes brown eyes . . . delights in hunting. hopes to be millionaire . . . is known as "Dum Dum" . . . Fixit Club, Hall Guard. some day ,. . . buying happiness Al. quite an idea. HILDEGARDE KNOLLE . . . First in an THERESA KOUIOURIAN . . . "Terry", future office. later in a hospital. not by accident. but by choice . . . that's aviatrix . . . goes for French fries . . . collects souvenirs of her travels "5ltnllY's" Plan. Wants to SeCIl'Cl1 like Deqenes bill not llle Same qllesl- . . . favors blue eyes and blond curly hair . . . Silver Streak.. G.A.A. ELAINE KUCERA . . . Bad manners annoy this mannerly Miss . . RALPH LAVIERI . . . Life begins at forty, he'll retire then . . . has collector cl Lincoln head pennies . . - expert at piano playing - - pleasant relations with the basic 92 . . . he's wise. a substantial swing music amuses "E" . . . future stenographer is her aim . . meal his favorite food . . . Orchestra. Vis. Ed.. French Club. Dardanelles. G.A.A. . . SHIRLEY LAVINE . . . "Sal1 " as ires to be a Zie feld PETER KULICK ' ' ' Degree minded ' ' '. hope Youll girl . . . dislikes girls who chase boys . likes music and Iqledy get there . . . trombone troubadour . . . plays around with molecules Lamar! collects dance band records pic S accordicm and atoms . . . hopes to be chemical engineer . . . R.O.T.C.. Sigma G A ' ' ' ' ' ' Y ' ' ' Quad. Band. ' ' ' GEORGIANA LASCH . . . Says her future HUGH LAWRENCE . . . "Bud" obiects to is a mystery . . . A-1 typist some day . . . enioys double feature movies sour faces . . . enioys sports. dates. good times. ever hear him play . . . likes double decker sundaes . . . roller skating and tobogganing accordion . . . chicken and French fries go fine with him . . . Football are her winter pastimes. team. German Club. x XWEXNXSW, x X X. X we N ll htm: X - ff w x . QM wx X 5 nz ww . ,vi X gif-wxg ,QA x xx RQ ' 'N X wi .- Q., :if :L , X .... T i-1 X Q Q X . . X X my .,.. -NXSSXX . .Q -z-1,-f, X N 4 xx 1 X X X " Q -5 ' X , -JSBXQS .ww Q xx X sf K QA WX S E Y IAMES LEE . . . R.O.T.C. life started this high ranking officer up the ladder . . . collects stamps, silver dollars, photographs . . . friends to meet and money to spend intrigue him . . Red Cross. ANNA ROSE LEPORE . . . Snooty people tabooed . . . champion food consumer . . . plays piano . . . housewife's iob attracts her . . . "Ann" is handy with the needle . . . G.A.A., Green Curtain Players. LA VERNE LETSCHE . . . Art and sketch- ing are her talents . . . dancing is her amusement . . . Wilshore, color- fully lighted on summer nights claim her hours . . . tasty dresser is La Verne . . . quiet and smiling. IRENE MADISON . . . Her eloquence will aid her stage career . . . cuts ice almost like Sonia Henie . . . a cheery "hello" gains imme- diate approval . . . V. President of Green Curtain Players. Press Club. G.A.A. MARGARET MARY MAHEU . . . Peq9Y has no time for borrowers of make-up . . . secret ambition is role of a housewife career. to follow the lights on a switch board . . . Pre-Medics, Star. DELORES MAKA . . . Traveled around the wild west in tailored clothes . . . wouldn't mind Mr. Bradley as a traveling guide . . . has twinkling fingers that tickle the ivory . . . N.H.S. Dardanelles. U IENNY McLEOD . . . This little Scotch lass will travel afar . . . Red Cross ambulance driver she will be, soup versus canoeing vie for her affection . . . "Mack" hates conceit . . . Red Cross. VERA MEISSNER . . . Would love to wonder yonder . . . "Teddy" likes her aunt . . . admires honesty . . . thinks she will live alone and like it . . . musical trend . . . dislikes discord . . . Ir. Choir. ALICE MESKAN . . . Mexican trails allure "Al" these gloomy days . . . conceited people and long speeches irritate her . . . likes to ski over high hills . . . future Sonia Henie . . . Green Curtain Players. WARREN MOELLER . . . Military life invites Warren . . . expert rifle shot . . . food and guns his two loves . . . pie-a-la-mode lures him . . . unkempt uniforms annoy him . . . Sigma Quad . . Cadet Lt. Colonel. . MARY MORRISON . . . "Mar", ham salad specialist. takes dictation with the ease of a veteran . . . no early classes any more "Mar", iust earlier hours . . . Office Service, Dardanelles. Ir. Service, Local History. LEONARD MURCEK . . . "Sock" collects stamps and coins . . . steak and potatoes call for encores . . . engi- neering beckons him . . . guttering balls, his annoyance . . . Stage Crew. Fire Marshal. Boys' Choir. ROBERT NELSON . . . Aims high . . . C.P.A. or Navy pilot his goal . . . glaring finger nail polish gets him . . . "Nels" likes good grades . . . leans to the conservative . . . Sigma Quad, Fixit Club. WARREN NIEQUIST . . . "Babe" will take care of the pilot's machine . . . ideal meal is fried chicken and a gooey marsh- mallow sundae . . . helpful addition to some bowling team . . . Vis. Ed.. Library. EUGENE ODDA . . . "Lover's" future is stenography . . . likes brunettes, basketball and food . . . ambition to grow tall and play professional basketball . . . ideal person Knute Rockne . . . Basketball, Fire Marshal, Hall guard. ODMAR OLSEN . . . "Ozzie", a wielder of the T square . . . cars and bowling go right down the alley with him . . . reckless drivers are his bane. but not some sisters. IOSEPH O'SULLIVAN . . . This technician, the mysteries of radio will clarify . . . aids National Defense by modeling airplanes and boats . . . explorer of the Colorado Rockies . . . Sigma Quad. Green Curtain Players. N. H. S. LAWRENCE O"SULLlVAN . . . "Larry" can't stand girls who put on cosmetics during classes . . . likes brunettes, basketball. bowling and tennis . . . future is driving a passenger train . . . hopes to visit Alaska . . . N. H. S. EARL PETERSON . . . Fisherman . . . traveler . . . hunter . . . people and sports claim his attention . . . called both "Pete" and "Swede" . . . lots of luck in Civil Service is his wish . . . women drivers, stay away! LORRAINE PICKARTZ . . . Physical education teacher Lorry will be . . . Swimming. volley-ball, dancing are her recreations . . . annoyed by conceited people . . . Vice President 4A class . . . Student Council, N. H. S. ROBERT PLOTKOWSKI . . . "Oh! How He Hates to Get Up in the Mornings" . . . admires Bob Feller and drinks pepsi-colas . . . enioys an evening at the show after a long car ride . . . Baseball Team. GLEN LIMBAUGH . . . admires Henry Ford . . . millionaire row for him . . . the milk business has its appeal for "Gus" . . . steaks and science tops the preferred list . . . singing and dancing his pastime. ROBERT LINDENBERG . . . Why be annoyed at women drivers. Bob? . . . plays tennis with art ot an expert . . . may be champion some day . . . Visual Education Club interests him. SYLVIA LONGO . . . Reporter-to-be . . . blacklists iitterbugs . . . calls for breaded veal chop-s often . . . collects arrow- heads and is a talented off-key singer . . . G.A.A.. Office Service. Silver Streak. PASTY MAY . . . "Muchacha espanola" detests high heels and anklets . . . mad about Spanish. roast turkey . . . specializes in collecting Ion Whitcomb illustrations . . . American, Office Service. DOROTHY MCBLAINE . . . "Peanuts" will be a "num- ber please." girl . . . bowling and dancing she does to perfection . . . car of her own her dream for the future . . . G.A.A. RICHARD McBLAINE . . . "Dick" hopes to be a contractor. dislikes homework . . . sings in Boys' Choir. likes swimming, cars, steaks. money . . . hobby is fixing his car . . . traveled in three states. IOAN MEYER . . . Likes homework, but not in excess . . . can't be tempted with cheese on her menu . . . dotes on dancing. swimming, algebra . . . Miami Beach amazed her . . . G.A.A. EDGAR MILLER . . . Doesn't like homework . . . does love travel . . . future radio engineer . . . all round sport . . . leisure time spent as stamp collector . . . "Ed" makes model airplanes . . . enioys steak. ANTHONY MIRAGLIA . . . "Tony" prefers sweaters to suits . . . builds model airplanes . . . goes for good movies regardless of double features . . . reticent at giving informa- tion about himself . . . mother his ideal. ROSE MARY MURPHY . . . Senn's loss was our gain . . . money not her goal . . . to do something worth while. Rosy's aim. not too keen on oral reports . . . a veritable mermaid . . . Red Cross, N.H.S. MARSHALL MUSSAY . . . "Marsh" steers clear of friv- olous femmes with gaudy paint iobs . . . simplicity in clothes. ex- tremes in cars . . . chemical engineer. his ambition . . . Vice President Engineer's Club, N.H.S.. Math Club. IEANETTE NELSON . . . "Ien" likes to help the needy and distressed . . . wants to be a nurse . . . admires Mr. O'Hearn . . . dancing and bowling her recreation . . . malteds. her weakness . . . G.A.A. SARAH OHANISON . . . Civics and blond wavy hair appeal to "Shorty" . . . collects autographs for pastime . . . does not believe in the old owl proverb . . . bookkeeper in demand, her ambition. STELLA OLIVETO . . . "Hon" likes to sing . . . adores swimming . . . dancing and superman are hobbies . . . ideal is Deanna Durbin . . . but future lies in house work . . . omit jitterbugs from her life . . . G.A.A. GEORGE OLLIGER . . . Food. sleep and good music are "tops" with "Olloe" . . . especially sleep, as English classes, remember . . . no use for partners without locker responsi- bility . . . Sigma Quad . . . Edelweiss Verein. ROBERT PAPP . . . Fried chicken and quiet. please him . . . roller skating and radio lure him . . . Niagara Falls mystifies him . . . "Bob" aims to be successful radio engineer. ROBERT PERRY . . . "Red" anxious to attend college for a Naval Air Corps commission . . . eating fried chicken his spe- cialty . . . talented in photography . . . modern art and symphony music get him down . . . Football Team. SUE PERRY . . . "Chicken" will make a wonderful wife for some tall, handsome. blond . . . pet peeve is "When Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" . . . this athletic miss' ideal is Charles Steinmetz. SYLVIA POGACAR . . . Black. curly hair cuts plenty of ice with this future figure skater . . . "Rage" delights in breaded veal, sports clothes. Sylvia Longo. Miss Whalen . . . Office Service. Silver Streak. FRANK PORTO . . . Thinks happiness is found in money and not work . . . likes to tinker . . . homework annoys him . . . football claims his attention . . . dynamic personality he hopes to have. ROBERT POSSEHL . . . Pitched Steinmetz to our second city championship . . . has traversed the ground of his ideal-Lincoln . . . will be a "no-hit pitcher" of the big leagues . . . Baseball and Basketball Teams. LORETTA PRILL . . . California has seen her . . . likes chop suey ROBERT RAPP . . . Bob likes to eat . . . detests sloppy sweaters and chicken . . . "Lynch" will soon style your hair . . . leisure time on girls . . . plans to go to college . . . ambition, to be successful . . . given to roller skating and hikes. sings a good solid bass in the Senior Choir. ALBERT PRINCE . . . To see the South Sea Islands is WARREN REINDL . . . "Bud" plans to light up the his ambition . . . to play college football is his goal . . . good food. electrical world with his salesmanship . . . propaganda gets him sound sleep are his paradise . . . Lettermen's Club. down, Lindberg lifts him up . . . bursts forth in poetry now and then. ALBERT PROSKIN . . . Travel in Europe is ALICE ROSE . . . Second "Madame Curie" no novelty to "Mouse" . . . intensely fond of arguments and blonds . . . candy and sweaters put her in seventh heaven . . . going to . . . bragging girls irk him . . . Sgt. Christolferson, his ideal . . . college by hook or crook . . . good luck . . . Green Curtain Players, Lt. in the R.O.T.C. Latin Club, N.H.S. KATHERINE ROSEN . . . "Kate" enioys dill pickles . . . annoyed at HERBERT ROWE . . . Hamburgers, baseball, tennis, bowling with gum crackers . . . roller skating and fishing her favorite sports . . . future in aviation . . . that's "Herb"-ambition to travel . . . peeved some day she a designer will be . . . collects picture post cards. at homework and book reports-soar above them Herb! OTTO ROSSNER . . . "Ross" deserves loads of credit IOI-IN RUTTER . . . "Johnny" wants to travel to scenic . . . twenty-four hours a day are too short for his work . . . hopes parts of U. S .... a future telephone lineman . . . likes girls and to be television technician . . . indulges in watermelon and turkey. parties but people who make noise when they eat, annoy him. CLARA ROWE . . . Beat her twin by tif- IAIA RYBACK . . . "Icy", the traveling teen minutes . . . gum chewing. Kaiser cuts bother her . . . thick bug is consuming her . . . Mr. Sheehan, her ideal . . . movie pictures iuicy steaks delight her . . . atoms and molecules intrigue her . . . collector in her leisure time . . . works to the tune of a typewriter Alchemstein . . . Edelweiss Verein. . . . G.A.A. CAROLINE SANDAHL . . . Resents name of "Blondie", frizzy per- IOSEPH SCARDINA . . . Another Jimmy Dorsey in the making . . . manents . . . goes for cute clothes. brown curly hair, athletes . . . "Fuzzy" enioys food, driving a car . . . master of accordian and potato chips, sewing, delight her . . . Dardanelles, Debate, Pan trumpet . . . some gentle femmes annoy him . . . Band. American, Student Council. LORRAINE SANDERS . . . Hot fudge sundaes and Dick ELEANOR SCAVELLO . . . "Ellie", the Pianist, the out- Iurgen's orchestra fill leisure moments . . . conceited people and oral d00l' girl - - - women smelilnq en llle slfeel GTIIIOY llel' - - - Pl'ellY reports are out of her life , , , knitting her hobby , , , Green Curtain clothes and many of them delight her . . . Student Council, Stein Sten. Players, Silver Streak. PETER SAWISCH . . . Watch out for "Pete" WALLACE SCHROEDER . . . "Wally", -drives car minus care . . . admirer of Donald Duck . . . radios and Olll' C-P-A- CsPll"1l1l- Cmll0Yed l9Y tee mush homework - - - Ben Frfmk- cars his hobbies . . . aspires to be printer . . . likes girls but not lin his lslefll - - - lllies to eflm melleY and feed - - - lflefl Clllelfell managers, tickles his tongue . . . N.H.S. ARTHUR SCHULTZ . . . "Art" to visit every state with attractive LOIS SEMON . . . "Number, Please" - - - ll'1Gl's "l-0" - - - 110 time blondes . . . cracking gum he hates, but not Betty Grable . . . a ter upswept heir-de'S - - - likes petete pancakes and fur chubbies future mechanic who enjoys spring chicken and spot-is , , , Green . . . ask to see her canine collection . . . graceful dancer, talented Curtain Players. Pllmlsl- WARREN SCHURR . . . "Sure's" talents limited to play- l I ,HAROLD SHERWOOD ' ' ' "I?ee'wee" 3 lulure mu' ing the iuke box . . . iokes get him down but fried chicken and fhlmsl ' ' ' hkes fofltbau Rnd bafeball 1 ' ' gills who QPPIY makeup loud socks bring him out in the open again . . . Visual Education. iznaxltsnch mom dont 'me ' ' ' hkes Chlcken end Spell clothes ' - ' FRANK SCRIBANO . . . A second Dale DOLORES SMITH . . . "Dolly" dislikes gum Carnegie . . . wins friends and keeps them . . . convincing talker crackers, but potato Cl1lPS ere lille - - - horseback Tldlnq meets with . . . chocolate sodas keep him broke . . . skiing and surf board riding llel' GPPYOVG-l - - - llel' ambition is te be meflflgel' of the Dale theater . . . Star representative. . . . G.A.A. DOROTHY SORENSEN . , . Str-urns Hawaiian airs gn the uke , , , VIRGINIA STASICA . . . Dental Hygiene holds "Virg's" attention . . . human question boxes irk her , , , likes good feed , , , beware, the has secret talent she won't tell . . . how she dotes on chicken din- figure, Dottie. you know . . . a future model needs one . . . Dar- Hers - - - likes to dance and travel . . . G.A.A. danelles, Pan American, Alchemstein, G.A.A. . IOHN SUNDBERG . . . A traveler he would be . . . RUTH SPHNN - - - "SPC-tW11" Private seCl'elCl1'Y Ullenfl' swing bands he would hear . . . "Swede" likes tried chicken and lm! Me'-VflY Bible llislllllle - - - Cmlflels with hiqh heels Peeve llel' sport shirts . . . abhors "cut" slips and flat tires . . . General Science. . . . natural curly hair intrigues her . . . Star Representative, Clean UP. G-A-A BRUNO swA'r . . . "Swattys" future is to ANNAMAE STAS . . . A cyclist is Anne be a U. S. draftee . . . likes brunettes, iitterbugs and bread crumb's ' - - She Wlll lille Yell lel' Your sense el humor - - - ll0l flldqe silllfldes smoothered in butter . . . dime store blondes. and bulb snatchers satisfy her longing for sweets . . . future as typist . . . G.A.A. annoy his artistic soul. IOHN SWEM . . . wants to make four million dollars . . . character ORVILLE THIELEN . . . A whiz at mechanical drawing . . . math- study invites him . . . conceited people irk him . . . vocalist and ematics and Monday mel-ning peeve "Ol-v" , , , 3 Swing fan , . , Ufllsl - - - lfflewn Us "Understanding l0llHllY" - - - Siqma Quad. likes beautiful girls, food and sleep . . . has a passion for reckless Senior Choir. driving. THOMAS TAYLOR . . . Knute Rockne is Tom's ideal . . . ELINOR THOMPSON . . . Reiect the cigarette and wear Painted girls and iitterbuqs annoy him . . . excels in Piano . . the hose to please this Miss . . . "Elly" thrills at the "Bolium" . . . popular music hits the spot . . . looks forward to college days . . . has passion for horseback riding . . . future secretary . . . G.A.A. Lettermen's Club. HELEN THEOLOGES . .W . "Babe" hopes ADELINE TOLACZKO . . . "Snooks" feels to be a governess . . . no anklets and high heels for her . . . has at home on the back of a horse . . . wants to be somebody's secre- gift for keeping out of trouble . . . likes her own way once in a tary . . . she trips the light fantastic . . . green Curtain. G.A.A., Polish while . . . G.A.A. Club . . . Edelweiss Verein. ALBERT TUCKER . . . "Al" to retire . . . for sports. dancing and LESTER TUTTLE . . Engineer . . . obiects to being called "Pinky" flying . . . girls applying make up at lunch peeve him but not Betty . . . active in sports . . . mandolin playing his specialty . . . likes Grable . . . N.H.S., Visual Education . . . Hallguards. reading and working on motors . . . good luck on the rails, "Red." ELAINE TUIVIA . A comptometer whiz . . . the West RUTH ULRICH u . ' Comb Your hair at home if you allures her I. . . likes swimming, chocolate pudding, popular music prize Ruthieis friendship . . . only to be G success and skein be and Ray Mtlland . . . high heels and anklets annoy her . . . Dar- haPPY - - - PUl'el'lls- llel' llle Pflllefn - - - Italien Club GAA danelles, N.H.S. ' ' ' ' FRANK TUSCIC . . . No back seat drivers MABEL VANDERBILT . . . Future private for Frank . . . future in athletic field . . . endeavors to be gym in- secretary . . . conceited people keep their distance from "Van" . . . structor . . . all sports claim his attention . . . steak claims his appe- her specialties are chocolate ice cream, suits . . . talented at step- ttte . . . Visual Education. ping on people's feet . . . G.A.A., French Club. 0 A X X . X A M K NX . - xx xg xx -df S X X X Six XX X x S V K L www X. X .xx Q N wwx X XX N X xxx x NN xsi Q2 'QNX v B xx Qqoniglzt. . We Cgwing Swag go VIRGINIA VASSALLO . . . "California here I come" is her theme WALLACE WAGNER . . . Back to the soil is "Wag's" ambition . . . song . . . maybe it's Iimmy Stewart . ., . "Red's" ideal is her analyzing dirt particles, reading books oi facts his talents . . . Stu- mother, gum chewers deiinitely are not . . . Dardanelles. N.H.S. dent Court, Student Council, Visual Education. Hallguard. IOHN VLAMIS . . . People who show oil or talk about . CORINNE WALLACE ' ' ' Lllffs Plaids ffnd curlyfed themselves all the time iust don't rate with "Chops" . . . likes shows. han' ' ' ' would rather be dovlfntowxf than Crosstown ' ' ' Cllshkes sports and dancing . . . iust an all round good sport. yeast and selfish people . . . ideal is her grandmother . . . Literary Club. Dardanelles. VIOLET WAGNER . . . "Dial your num- VESPER WALLACE . . . "Torchy" diets ber. please," will be "Vi's" theme song . . . tickling the ivories is her will win her fat friends . . . looking for chivalrous boys . . . rainy hobby . . . likes good food and music . . . doesn't like oral talks . . . weather vs. straight hair. her annoyance . . . relis-hes malted and Edelweiss Verein. novel ideas. CHARLES WALLER . . . Pop goes the tire. Chuck . . . now you're late DOROTHY WILLIAMS . . . Dancing gives her grace for modeling . . . "a chemist in the iield oi plastic", says our "Chuck" . . . apple career . . . saw hill-billies of Kentucky . . . loves chicken . . . hopes pie or plain colored shirts are his style . . . Math Club. to have "Tea for Two" forever . . . G.A.A. HAROLD WILLIAMSON . . . Road hogs bring down "little Willie's wrath . . . iumps to the sound ot a trumpet . . . 1942 Buick. his ambition . . . French fries, Captain Dowse-his favorites . . . N.H.S.. Band. Hallguard. ROBERT WEBER . . . A future rancher he hopes to be . . . his own airplane he may fly . . . shrimp salad his favorite food . . . sports of all kinds appeal to him. EVERETT WENZEL . . . A farmer he would ARNHILD WILLIKSEN . . . Future doctor be . . . future secretary of agriculture . . . can do iustice to steak . . . likes window shopping, caramel pudding, and quiet friends . . . dinner . . . fishing, hunting. traveling his delights . . . visiting national people with a "line" bore her . . . a bookworm . . . Northwestern parks interest him . . . Edelweiss Verein. campus is calling her . . . G.A.A. EUGENE WOLOWNIK . . . "Pro" a future pressman . . . dancing. LOUIS ZENATY . . . Toy soldiers claim Louis' attention . . . so does SP01'lS and SiClmP C0lleCfi119 fill his time - - - WU-1' Paint gets him R.O.T.C .... aims to be a general some day . . . easily pleased with down. but not hamburgers . . . Bicycle Club. food and people . . . loud clothing his delight. HAROLD ZAGOREN . . . Criminology appeals to "Miami" . . . . pet peeves, buses oil schedule . . . likes lack Benny and heavy EUGENE ZINK - - - "F1'1eHdlY Se1'ViC9 at U11 limeS" is loud socks . . . a traveler to all points- east . . Les Amis De La the fllfufe 961096 0Wner'S motto . . . "Gene" steers CIWUY f1'0m F1-ance trouble . . . blows the hom, but not his own . . . admires Mr. Downey. GLEN ZELEZNY . . . Glen's travels have been far . . . Lindbergh his ideal character . . . goes for sports . . . WILLIAM SCHUMACHER . . . Barney Old- photography and classical music he adores . . . genius at Donald iie1d's successor is "Speed" . . . wants to be knight ot roaring road Duck imitations . . . page Maior Bowes! . . . poor drivers irk him ever onward . . . enioys semi-classical music. GRADUATES NOT PHOTOGRAPHED ' CHARLES BALDRIDGE WILLIAM BROBERG CARLO GASTADELLO DONALD NORTH WILLIAM BRADLEY EDWARD FREITAG MARCELLA MAGGIO IOSEPH WENDT trains :Secrets gn Q oonflglztv LESLIE BRADLEY Counselor MARVELLA AHLERS . . . "Marbles" will travel . . . collecting Glenn Miller's records is her hobby . . . future stenographer . . . likes hu- morous people . . . Lincoln is ideal person . . . Dardanelles. Press club. Local History. Star Staff. N. H. S. KENNETH ALBERT . . . Future research chemist or en- gineer . . . enioys basket-ball. swimming, hockey . . . likes ballroom dancing . . . can iitterbug too . . . collects Iefferson head nickels as a hobby . . . Boys' Choir, Co-Capt. Swimming Team. OCTAVIUS ALONZO . . . A future dentist . . . likes football. swimming. all sports. and steak . . . Mr. O'Hearn represents "Tom's" ideal . . . has traveled to Wisconsin and likes to wear sports clothes . . . Latin Club. FLORENCE ANDERSON . . . "Oh! to be a good typist." wails this demure miss . . . Dick Iurgen's swing and chicken. her delights, but not loud gum chewers . . . future secretary . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten. INGRID ANDERSON . . . "lng" is another Glenn Miller fan . . . takes pride in gardening and dramatics . . .'has a yen for dill pickles, waltzing. travel . . . despises gossips . . . Red Cross, Green Curtain Players. I ROBERT ANDERSON . . . Future transport pilot . . . "Bob" likes Marianna Dennstedt and turkey . . . he likes to get into arguments and wiggle out . . . has been through the mid- western states . . . French Club. ROSE ANGILERI . . . "Angel" idealizes Col. Lindbergh . . . would like to pilot a plane without getting that certain feeling . . . glares at slightly taller people . . . French Club. Red Cross, G. A. A. ESTHER ANTONSON . . . "Dimples" will tickle the type- writer keys in the future. but prefers to be a good housewife . . . boasts of playing the guitar with one finger . . . Stein Sten. G. A. A. NARDI ARQUILLA . . . This all around athlete loves to travel . . . "Lover" loves to collect pictures . . . likes Glen lVIiller's orchestra . . . enioys good food . . . Dan Canadeo his ideal person . . . French Club. CHESTER BARABAS . . . "Ches' " ambition is to go to college . . . people who talk too much irk him . . . likes include food, basketball. ping-pong. and tennis . . . sports and sleep are his hobbies . . . N. H. S.. Tennis Club. EDWIN BARCZUK . . . To golf and to bowl are Ed's chief delights . . . can play iazz music on a harmonica . . . future compositor in a print shop . . . chief ambitions-to "break" a 90 in golf and to bowl a 300 game . . . Polish Club. ESTHER BARKER . . . Shorty is a traveled person . . . born in South America . . . Starved Rock is limit of her U. S. travels . . . tickling the ivories is her talent . . chicken and chop suey favorite foods . . . reads and swims during spare time. K ROBERT CHODERA President WILLIAM WENGER Vice-President ISABELL SAMPOU Secretary KENNETH SCHMITT Treasurer FLORENCE ABEL . . . "Flossie" has a talent for falling down . . . a fair lady too . . . likes roller skating. dancing and music : . . dislikes doing dishes . . . ambition is to be a receptionist . . . G. A. A. IOHN ABRAHAM . . . A pilot in the Anny Air Corps represents "Abe's" ideal future . . . has traveled to the North Woods . . . likes sports and fried chicken . . . makes model airplanes in spare time. HARRIET ADAMSKI . . . "Chubby" wants to work and be happy . . . iuicy steaks. sports clothes. and active people appeal to her .. . . boys snooping in girls' purses annoy her . . . Letter Girls. FRED ADEN . . . "Fritz" likes all kinds of sports . . . hobbies include bowling and collecting stamps . . . an architect for the government is his ambition . . . always enioys the person who argues. CHARLES AMODEO . . . Wants to eat many a good dish of spaghetti . . . detests war propaganda in the movies . . . bicycle repairing his hobby . . . Mr. Temple is his ideal person . . . Italian Club. EDGAR ANDERSON . . . Future Civil Engineer. Andy has traveled in Alaska . . . enioys Spanish and history . . . washing dishes and chemistry don't appeal to this talented musician and sportsman . . . stamp collecting is a pastime. ELIZABETH ANDERSON . . . "Betty" plans to be a nurse and spinster . . . likes to go places on. the spur of the moment . . . collects iokes and remnants from parties . . . Girls' Choir. G. A. A. STANLEY ANDERSON . . . Traveling with a camera in hand will keep this money lover happy . . . likes to hunt game . . . high bowling scores please him . . . likes anything that tastes good. RUTH ANDREEN . . . "Andy" the versatile lass . . . ad- mires Amelia Earhart . . . likes bright lights and people . . . day dreaming and piano take up most of her valued time . . . Star Staff. G. A. A.. Press Club. DOROTHY ANDREN . . . Office work and hat designing intrigue her . . . "Dee" collects records of swing bands and remembrances of friends . . . high heels with anklets irk her . . . future t?l-more school . . . G. A. A. FRANK BACARELLA . . . Eyes brighten at big pay checks. large cars. huge houses' . . . future is cloudy with possible showers . . . ideal is expressed by 1941 sweater girl . . . Local History. Sigma Quad. DANIEL BACHAR . . . "Baker" wants to play in a dance orchestra . . . plays saxophone and a wee bit of piano . . .I likes red hot music . . . an aviation enthusiast . . . Iimmy Dorsey is his ideal . . . Alchemstein. WILLIAM BALOUSEK . . . Future days will find Bill with the Marines or Navy . . . says he has unlimited talents . . . admires Mr. Downey! . . . enioys skating and playing games . . . French Club. DOROTHY BARTELS . . . A talented singer . . . "Dody" wants to be- come an opera star . . . Lily Pons represents her ideal person . . . likes sports . . . has traveled to Canada and eight states . . . admires Mr. Downey . . . G A. A.. Girls' Choir. LUCILLE BAUER . . . "Lou" has traveled through half the states in the Union . . . wants to go to Northwestern and take up Journalism . . . sports and seeing good shows occupy her spare time . . . Mal Sime represents her ideal. MARY BAVA . . . Dance enthusiast . . "Blackie" tickles the ivories . . . dislikes inconsiderate people . . . an autograph hunter . . . ideal represented by Mr. O'Hearn . . . en- ioys good music . . . Senior Choir. N X ,- W if: x X i+' g Q -m x ix ff' NW X h Ycx X as N X Y x Q M , X. YN . W. N it xxx-XX ya Q ':.':g' ...gg X 5 X X SA EN . W, W2 . RQ? . gn X G x .. A Nyqx ..,,:z.':x R X Y , X. ,A -gsm. .Nag 3 -x , N . Q :typ 1 fv QM? N jfiff 1 4 35 5 - S XX . M. .5 zkuz. P .. .Q 1,::. .-.,.. Q .Q r- Q.. Q.. . . Q. ... . .. . Q .XX X .L .QQ .. ,X N NA Q N . X 5 .5 X , K X. .. A N x 5. S X XX X KX X , V p: EES . .E W -.5 555, 1 X X QW A 5:qsi52s:: f - :HQ . ...............A, . , X Q 5, X .: M, , w ""' M-QXQNQQ' , wx X .Q is if L x . 'X ..:g. R fi? .... .X A Q, fx . N ., X I 5: Y X- q5::z:,.,,:. .,'N .XY Y . x Akin? wifi .3 X3 it Qfiifxfiff: 1 1 'fs: ...... N X 1 m u se . . , N, , ' ' .. . -y , S Q ......... . . .. . . . . x Qx -.y '. HEI " 'Vw' X Q3 vs gl A . .: ' SANS Q ' 5:5 xi L1 "1 2 Q K b 5 1 , - Q, 35955 iff' ,ve- 034 fl "i - - - -:-:Ra:s5s'-5::5ggs::.., r V '16 ff: W? .t , WJaQ", f: .,., f 1:45 555 X 'dw ABIGAIL BAYER . . . "Gayl" will be a home economics teacher . . . likes dancing and dramatics . . . conceited people annoy her friendly personality . . . fuzzy sweaters and fried chicken agree with her . . . Dardanelles, Green Curtain Players. N. H. S. CHARLES BAYLIAN . . . Will attend college and become a future physical education director . . . "Brain" is annoyed by people who don't smile . . . plays pool, football, and saves money . . . Fire Marshall, Football Team. AUDREY LOU BEHNKE . . . Blond, blue eyed Lou, loves fudge sundaes, roast spare ribs and sports clothes . . . hates cars in street car tracks . . . collects Iefferson nickels . . . future radio actress . . . Dardanelles, Girls' Choir, Green Curtain Players, N. H. S. GRACE BELLEZZA . . . "Dolly's" talented in cooking and' baking pies and cakes . . . has a Home Arts Course . . . will possibly be a cook but probably a housewife . . . G. A A. CLYDE BENNISON . . . Enioys good shows and baseball games . . . future machinist . . . favors chicken for food and sport clothes for apparel . . . has seen a great deal of the West. PHILOMINA BERARDI . . . "Phil" breezes along with a language course . . . musical college is ambition . . . plays piano . . . travels . . . likes almost everything . . . mother is ideal person . . . Italian Club, Latin Club, G .A. A. CHRIS BIONE . . . Long concert pieces peeve him . . . would like to travel around the world . . . likes include modern music. swimming. steak . . . admires Abbott and Costello . . . Sigma Quad. ROLAND BLAYLOCK . . . A conservative soul is this laddie who dislikes loud people's patter . . . says "yes" to swing . . . likes music and chop suey . . . gifted at art . . . aspires to drafts- manship. CHESTER BOCHNIK . . . "Buck" likes dra- matic movies and good books . . . crowded street cars annoy him . . . ambition is to attend the University of Chicago . . . future phy- sician and surgeon . . . N. H. S., Sigma Quad, Alchemstein. SHIRLEY BREESE . . . "Breezy" says she has no hobby but likes to swim and ride horses . . . a future nurse . . . ideal person is Miss Rolence . . . answers to "Boots", "Happy", or "Breezy" . . . G. A. A. PAUL BREITSPRECHER . . . "Colonel" wants to be a high school teacher or millionaire . . . someone who owns a car his ideal person . . . likes include girls, music, drawing . . . spending money his hobby . . . N. H. S., Fine Arts Guild. ROBERT BROADHEAD . . . "Bob's" future is uncertain . . . wants to travel after graduation . . . likes all sports, music, dancing and the Sea Scouts . . . a talented Hawaiian guitar player . . . Lunch Room Police, Fire Marshall. OLGA CABLK . . . Olga will be a private secretary for some lucky man in Hollywood, maybe . . . thinks dancing, bowling, and ice skating are super . . . is fond of singing '. . . Girls' Choir, G. A. A. LEONARD CAFLISCH . . . A future radio comedian . . . Lenny idolizes Bob Hope . . . likes to read Esquire . . . can play violin . . . clothes, clothes, clothes. and more clothes appeal to him . . . Symphony Orchestra, Green Curtain Players. . FLORENCE CAMERON . . . From the branch came this dark haired "Diana" . . . Flo wants to be a good secretary . . . chicken of the sea is her favorite . . . likes everybody-Hedy Lamar most . . . G. A. A. ROBERT 'CARLSON . . . Homework given over the week-end annoys "Whitey" . . . likes all sports . . . wants to learn how to iitterbug and barn dance . . . would like'to travel . . . Baseball Team. IOHN CARMICHAEL . . . A future chemical engineer . . . people who talk toot much peeve him . . . "lock" hopes to travel to Mexico . . . Glenn Miller is his ideal and Mr. Frelich his favorite teacher. FLORENCE CARMODY . . Florence wants to become an office girl . . . her peeves are home work and hats in the show . . . her favorites are fudge sundaes, and suits . . . her course is commercial . . . called "Shorty." IEROME CHAMBERS . . . "Ierry" hopes to be a C.P.A. some day . . . radio, ice skating, bike riding his hobbies . . . lover of all good food . . . Sigma Quad, Math. Club, Police, N.H.S. IRENE CHERHAVY . . . Irene's talent and hobby is talk . . . a future teacher of your literary hi-lites . . . her dream is to be a dancer if only a waltzer . . . Dardanelles President, G.A.A., N.H.S. GENEVIEVE CHIEPPA . . . "Shorty" will be a dress designer . . . people who brag annoy her . . . likes dancing. skating. and bowling . . . can curl hair and do housework . . . Red Cross, Italian Club. HARRY BECKER . . . "Becks" likes chicken . . . collects postmarks . . . has traveled all over the city of Chicago . . . is not sure of the future. but his ambition will be fulfilled upon graduation . . . Bas- ketball. MARCELLA BEECHERER . . . "Marc" wants to travel 4111 over the world . . . likes fried potatoes, sports, sports clothes , , , PIUYS Piano and sings . . . a future office worker . . . G. A. A., Bowl- ing Team. I IUNE BELL . . . "Chickie" dotes on roller Skulmq and dancing . . . mouth waters at thought of Dagwood sand- wiches . . . can sing and dance . . . hopes to be a model . . . G.A.A., Girls' Choir. IOSEPHINE BEVILACQUA . . . "Bright Eyes" likes to know tall, dark, and handsome men . . . conceited people peeve her . . . likes to listen to swing orchestras and iitterbug . . . a future typist . . . Italian Club, G. A. A. ELEANOR BIER . . . "Daisy Mae" hopes to become one of the vast army of unsung heroines, namely a devoted housewife . . . weakens to exquisite clothes . . . swarmed with friends . . . Stein Sten. Library. MARCINE BIEZE . . . "Marce" enioys roller skating and reading . . . a future housewife or private secretary . . . loves chili . . . high heels and anklets peeve her . . . spends her spare time playing piano . . . G. A. A. IRENE BOGDANSKI . . . "l" dislikes conceited people . . . likes to talk. eat and type all at once . . . swims and skates . . . wants to be a private secretary or housewife . . . Office Service, Stein Sten. EDMUND BRADTKE . . . "Ed" says giddy kiddies are the pits in his cherry bowl . . . delights in skating . . . watch him dodge those collectors, a future accountant. ROBERT BRADZOVSKY . . . "Lefty" will travel through Europe after the war, maybe as a scientist . . . likes rhythm of good music . . . excellent at concentrating . . . Lincoln his ideal person . . . Math Club, Literary Club. NATALIE BUCHARDT . . . "Boots" likes horse back riding, iitterbug- ging, short skirts and long sweaters . . . operas, suspenders. and bragging annoy her . . . a certain usher at Wrigley Field is her interest. LOIS BURNS . . . Talented at acting, "Peaches" hopes to become a radio or stage actress . . . likes music, radio, movies and plays . . . collects radio scripts for a hobby . . . Green Curtain Players. HENRY BUSLEE . . . "Buzz's" hobby is col- lecting money . . . enioys opera and is quite a singer . . . will be a farmer but prefers to be connected with the army . . . Boys' Choir. FRANCES CAMPESE . . . "Fannie" will send the dust a-flying being a good housewife . . . high heels and anklets irk her feminine nature . . . enioys traveling and collecting stamps . . . G. A. A. ANNETTE CAPANNELLI . . . Although Ann is dark her- self. she admiresi tall. dark, and handsome boys and beautiful clothes . . . is the essence of neatness . . . a competent housewife . . . a potential secretary. I LEDA CARDELLI . . . Talented at acting, piano playing and dancing . . . hopes to be a radio or stage actress . . . iuicy steaks and ice cream her favorites . . . Leda enioys stage plays . . . Italian Club. NICHOLAS CARONE . . . Future aeronautical engineer is "Nick" . . . enioys both opera and swing music . . . good at boxing . . . hobbies are fencing, reading, cycling . . . Cycle Club, Police. GORDON CECH . . . Says there is no ideal person . . . zestfully takes snapshots, goes fishing and plays golf . . . dreamily thinks of being an aeronautical engineer . . . has a science course. GORGE CHABAN . . . Mother's cooking is tops with "Georgie" . . . hopes to design his own car . . . his hobby- modeling autos . . . Mickey Rooney his cinema favorite . . . Swimming Team. ROBERT CHODERA . . . "Chick", an enthusiastic iitterbug. practices during his lunch period . . . enioys golf, bow ties, hamburgers, and ice cream . . . hopes to become chemical engineer . . . Class Presi- dent. Sigma Quad, Alchemstein. ' VIOLET CHOPLAN . . . "Choppy", future college student. would like a flying or nursing career . . . likes hunting and riding . . . collects postal cards . . . has traveled to Buenos Aires . . . plays piano and sings. HARRIET CHOSKE . . . "Babe" wants to be a secretary to a well known radio star . . . also would like to get married and be a good wife . . . likes all sports, music and animals . . . Student Council. VERNA CHRAMER . . . "Vern" likes any kind of mathematics and swimming . . . inconsiderate people irk her sweet and pleasant spirit . . . has traveled to the surrounding states . '. . N.H.S., Dardanelles. Clean Up Campaign. EVELYN CHRISTENSEN . . . Listening to Guy Lombardo and eating chop suey maye "Evie" feel delightful . . . plays piano for amusement . . . future stenographer but teacher is ambition . . . Dardanelles. Office Service, Student Council. MARTHA CHUDIK . . . "Marty" likes operas, dancing and stage plays . . . boisterous and ill-mannered people annoy her quiet nature . . . a future air stewardess or secre- tary . . . Girls Choir. N.H.S. IOSEPH CIEZALDO . . . Thick steaks with onions and French fries please Ioe . . . wants to be a success in whatever he does . . . has traveled from coast to coast . . . as for his future he hasn't looked in the "crystal ball" yet . . . Baseball Team. ROBERT CLOUD . . . A future radio announcer . . . likes brunettes, football, ping pong and malted milk . . . likes to sit in the last row in the theater . . . his ideal person does not exist. CECILIA COLAIANNI . . . "Cecil's" favorite delights are the movies and eating ice cream . . . zippers that don't zip make her impatient . . . collects movie star's pictures. especially Don Ameche's . . . future office girl. MARY CONNICK . . . Treasurer of the Math Club . . . "Mac" thrives on Legion conventions-and sports clothes . . . notebooks get her "thumbs down" . . . future secretary . . . Dardanelles, Student Council. G.A.A. CALVIN COOK . . . Getting up in the morning never pleases "Cal" . . . baseball, basketball. football claim his devoted attention . . . says he has hidden talents . . . a future fireman . . . admires Lana Turner . . . Basketball Team. ROBERTA COOKE . . . "Bert" wants to travel and become a private secretary . . . people who borrow things and don't give them back peeve her . . . likes to go bicycle riding and see movies. ' IOHN CURTIS . . . People who nag annoy "Iabow" . . . likes gum chewing . . . a talented drummer . . . playing football is his hobby . . . traveled through Chicago and Mid-Western States . . . Band. Picked Platoon, R.O.T.C. STANLEY CZOK . . . To "Bomps" sleep is of vital in- terest . . . delves in sports with zest . . considers his brother ideal . . . solemn girls irk him . . . plans traveling the U. S. . gl . Polish Club. OLGA DANILEVICH . . . Reading novels and roller skating are favorites of this duck eater . . . would like to be a private secretary . . . "Lefty" doesn't care much for iitterbugs . . . hopes to travel. FRANK DEBELLIS . . . Believes in eating, sleeping, and being merry . . . a lover of the classics . . . frowns upon iitterbugs, swing, and conceited girls . . . collects poems and songs . . . your future doctor. RAY DEEDE . . . Ray will spend his future in the U. S. Navy . . . enioys all sports . . . history is his: favorite study . . . aims to be a chief petty officer some day . . . admires Mr. Schutter and Mr. Anderson. RUTH DENNLER . . . "Cricket" dislikes gum cracking and the feeling of long finger nails . . . likes iust about every- thing else. but most of all chicken . . . office work appeals to her. ELSIE DOERING . . . Future housewife and private secretary spends her spare time traveling, playing piano, and baking . . . "El" enioys music and dancing . . . Dardanelles. Office Service, Stein Sten, Liter- ary, G.A.A. Silver Streak. HENRY DONATELLI . . . "Congo" track team captain '41-'42 . . . made the boys choir because of his talent as a singer . . . ambition, college graduate . . . Sport clothes and good fun entice him . . . likes publicity . . . Lettermen's . . . Football Team. ELEANOR DRAKE . . . "Amapola," the fu- ture comptometer operator . . . a man who can sing is a perfect date . . . she's a good sport and makes friends easily . . . Polish Club, Senior Choir. MARILYN DYER . . . "Mar" wants to be a dancing teacher . . . talents include dancing . . . likes perfume . . . favorites are Miss Sellinger and Mr. Ruzicka . . . French Club. HOWARD ECK . . . "Howie" our radio engineer . . . likes to play in the band and work with atoms . . . this thrifty person collects coins and stamps . . . Sigma Quad, Visual Ed. EUGENE ECKERT . . . Collects stamp for a hobby . . . likes to stay in bed in the morning . . . would like to learn how to dance . . . home work given over the week end peeves him. MELVIN CHUIPEK . . . Ambition is to be a doctor in the navy . . girls, especially Betty Grable, steak and slacks are his favorites . . traveled throughout the states . . . has hidden talents. IEANNETTE CIAGLO . . . "Babe's" ioy is to listen to Dick Iurgens' music while lounging in slacks . . . plans to be an all 'round success . . . conceited people peeve her . . . Stein Sten. HELEN CICHY . . . A probable professional model, "Chickie" has a passion for dancing and fried chicken . . . is an accordion artist . . . bow ties pique her . . . French Club. Green Curtain Players. G.A.A. MELVIN COLLINS . . . "Collie" before ioining the FBI will be an expert stenographer . . . enioys good dancing accompanied with delicious food . . . his girl his ideal . . . Sigma Quad. N.H.S. RITA COLLINS . . . People who eat her French fries at lunch peeve her . . . "Brat" likes everything and everybody . . . would like to look into the future and see what it will be like . . . Student Council, G.A.A. ADELINE CONNICK . . . "Addie" takes pleasure in collecting perfume bottles . . . her ideal person is her mother . . . hopes to be a great business woman . . . history. eating and traveling claim her attention . . . Red Cross. G.A.A. MARY CATHERINE COSTELLO . . . "Mickey" dislikes oral talks . . would like to be a model . . . day-dreaming is a talent with her . . . history and Sammy Kaye rate high with this future career girl . . President of Stein-Sten, Clean-Up-Campaign, G.A.A. HARRY COUDEK . . . Fame and fortune are his goal . . . annoyed by homework, curious people and boys with unnaturally wavy hair . . . "Sparky" is an amateur radio fan . . . future orchestra leader. ROSEMARY CREELY . . . "Dimples" dream is a sweet swing on a spring night . . . collects coins and souvenirs . . . likes rides in convertibles . . . football and iitterbugging delight her . . . Office Service, G.A.A. DOLORES DAUS . . . "Peroxies" hobby is collectig silver dollars . . . a future commercial artist . . . likes drawing, dancing. tall men, roller skating, swimming. and sentimental ballads . . . ideal is George Petti . . . Poster Club, G.A.A. IUNE DAVIS . . . "Chubby" will be a comptometer operator . . . a talented tap dancer . . . favorite teachers are Miss Adams and Miss Sechler . . . ideal hours are spent at movies . . . French Club. G.A.A. MARY DAVIS . . . "Davy" will get herself a husband and travel to Mexico . . . dislikes conceited people and human wolves . . . likes loads of friends and potato chips . . . mother is her ideal. FRANCIS DI' CANIO . . . lt's orchestra leading for "Franny" . . . this talented piano player detests an audience when he's practicing . . . wants to attend De Paul University of Music . . . a great spaghetti eater . . . Sigma Quad . . . Green Curtain . . . Student Council. LA VERNE DICK . . . "Doed" likes chocolate candy and swimming . . . can cook . . . had table manners annoy her . . . a future office worker . . . spinach, skirts, and blouses agree with her. LOUIS DI SANDRO . . . A future doctor . . . knee socks on girls irk him . . . likes dancing, swimming, pumpkin pie and Mickey Rooney ., . . his hobby is blonds . . . a iitterbug . . . likes red heads . . . French Club, Senior Choir. IEANNE DU BOIS . . . "Sweetness" will marry . . . will cook her favorites, steak and Chop Suey . . . will gain her living by styling hair . . . is a master of the art of swing . . . Pan-American. Bowling. ALICE DUDZIAK . . . Future stenographer, "Allie" craves to own and drive her own car . . . an airplane and classical music enthusiast . . . poetry and piano fill in her leisure hours . . . Student Council, Stein Sten. Silver Streak. MAX DURACHTA . . . "Maximillian" will be a navy man tif Dad will consentl . . . plays solo clarinet in the Band . . . likes qirls and roller skating . . . has done a little traveling Local History Club. ELAINE EDDY . . . "Blondie" would like to be an airline hostess . . . enioys square dancing. chicken. sports . . . went to New Mexico twice . . . Iohn Payne is on her movie list . . . Pan American Club. - EDWARD EFFERTZ . . . "Curley" will be an aviator or mechanic . . . hobbies include bowling . . . likes s-ports, dancing and blonds . . . stuck-up girls peeve him . . . admires- Mr. Downey. ROBERT EMBERG . . . Atom smasher to be. that's "Baby" . . . dancing and dribbling across gym occupy his spare moments . . . listen to him play the first chord of "The Beer Barrel Polka" . . . basketball his favorite sport. Qmwf 'S W X. Q X Q X war: x XX 4' K NN xl SX .. ,:. X w x , Q A NwE3i3ifs:Si1 12: - X X. 3- -rs s X Nx X x Q Q NX X X X . R:- X X X X N X QS. xg . -5: A , 1-:fQfq,, ti' A X X X X +', N. mlm 1 S X X f S Q Ubbb- 1 T NQ 5. , ii, .. , Wi-2 fy: ,Q -1 "1 ' A . ' 3-1-1 Rim . , , E ,H 41 'Y .Q-f"' l lv +Q-www? if W fv Rise gs ,Nix Q fa. , 4 ' mx .ag BETTY EMERSON . . . Sweet considerate "Io" will be a Home Eco- nomics teacher . . . plays the piano with finesse . . . her dad her ideal person . . . Green Curtain Players. ANTOINETTE EMMA . . . Ann hopes to be a secretary in the future . . . dotes on hot dogs and chewing gum . . . her dream is to live on a ranch in Texas . . . enioys swimming . . . G.A.A. FRANCES EMSLEY . . . To be a concert singer is "Fannie's" ambition . . . ideal is Lily Pons . . . tall. dark and handsomes please her . . . Dardanelles, Clean Up Campaign Chairman, Student Council Treasurer, N.H.S. MARGARET FAGRELIUS . . . An established musician, lover of clas- sical music, aquatic paddler . . . "Peggy's" aspiration is to be a nurse . . . ideal is Sonia Henie . . . Orchestra ,Math Club, Swimming Team. LOISANNE FAHRINGER . . . "Loanne" will attend North- western but meantime dancing, tennis, blonds and gay people attract her attention . . . thinks Miss, Thorsson is super . . . Pan-American, Student Council, Fix-It-Club, President, Prom Committee. COLLEEN FALLT . . . French fries and apple pie rate A-l with "Connie" . . . talented pianist and singer . . . conceited people and gum chewing bother her . . . hope and ambition is to be a secretary. JOHN FINDLEY . . . "Torpedo" does imitations of famous people . . . a future airplane mechanic . . . likes parties and dancing . . . Student Council, Swim Team, Visual Education. ' LOIS FINDLEY . . . A future radio star . . . talented theme writer . . . likes pumpkin pie and pork chops, skirts and sweaters . . . conceited people. peeve her . . . Red Cross. DANIEL FITZGERALD . . . "Fitz" . . . future airline pilot . . . hobby is building model planes . . . crowded street cars annoy him . . . enioys good food-plenty of it . . . traveled through nine states . . . ideal person-Captain lack Knight. MARIAN FRICK . . . A future fashion plate is Marian . . . give her good swing music and ravioli and she is in seventh heaven . . . future stenographer or sales clerk . . . Miss Boller her favorite teacher . . . Green Curtain Players. GEORGE FRIENDLEE . . . After hunting comes a dish of southern fried chicken . . . likes algebra but not homework . . . after college an electrical engineer . . . target practice is hobby . . . R.O.T.C., Rifle Team, N.H.S. EDWARD FURNWEGER . . . "Ed," a future executive, builds gas model planes for enioyment . . . people who eat lemons make him angry . . . likes an airplane-as a passenger only. CALVIN GESCHKE . . . "Cliff" hopes to become a commercial artist . . . doesn't like to answer questionnaires . . . says he has a talent for noise making . . . Sigma Quad, Fire Marshall, Poster Club, Clean-Up. HELEN GESCHKE . . . "Holley's" a future Florence Nightingale . . . still loves long fingernails . . . sweaters and skirts are her favorite attire . . . collects magazine cartoons as a hobby . . . Green Curtain Players, Press Club, Star Staff. SUSANNE GILBERT . . . "Suz" collects stamps and sews in her spare time . . . going to the dentist peeves her . . . a future stenographer . . . likes detective stories, light clas- sical music and the Andrews Sisters . . . Dardanelles, Student Council, N.H.S. GEORGE GORDON . . . Girls who mind their business rate high with "Salty" . . . likes sports, chemistry, and mathematics . . . his future will be that of an aeronautical engineer . . . a talented, person. ADELAIDE GRANIERO . . . "Granny" dreams of living on a western ranch . . . cowboy songs her lullabys . . . collects western pictures . . . this versatile lady sings, dances and plays the guitar . . . Italian Club. HARRY GRIDER . . . Ambition is to be an undertaker . . . likes include mashed potatoes, comfortable shoes and Bobe Hope . . . pet peeve is his own nickname-"Iunior" . . . is also a chronic bathtub Caruso. ELIZABETH HAASE . . . "Betty's" ioy of good hard work will be ful- filled in her "Modern Milk Dairy" . . . enioys the water . . . does not mind hard work . . . Dardanelles, Girls' Choir, G.A.A. IAMES HAASE . . . "lim" is a future college graduate . . enioys baseball, golf, bowling . . . amused at movie comedies . . . collects stamps as a hobby . . . ideal person is Miss Farr. IAMES HAHN . . . "20-Gauge" likes ideal days for his sports-hunting, fishing, and track . . . ambition is to be a National Forest Ranger . . . likes Carl Sandburg's poems . . . dis- likes bow ties. DOROTHY ERICKSON . . . "Red" admires a variety of things . . . blond curly hair, blue eyes, pink iewelry, mid-night snacks, cream- colored roadsters . . . is talented at sketching . . . Miss Yetter and Mrs. Frey appeal to her . . . Iunior Choir, G.A.A. IAMES ESSEN . . . "lim's" future is gadding about a college campus . . . likes reading. skating and the Reader's Digest . . . ability is keeping library books overtime . . . N.H.S., Green Cur- tain, As We Like lt. . ROSE FABIANI . . . A future stenographer . . . "Rumboggie" wants to get a good iob, get married and settle down . . . likes sports, and dancing . . . people who borrow money and never return it peeve her . . . Bowling Team, Italian Club, G.A.A. MARIE F AVARO . . . Craves to be tall . . . "Shorty" likes nice people and baking . . . sport clothes and tasty foods her favorites . . . thinks Mom is super . . . has traveled through New Orleans . . . G.A.A. MARIE FEHLHABER . . . "Ree's" ambition is to take notes from Ronald Reagen, but will settle for a commercial art posi- tion . . . likes include raspberry sundaes and fried chicken . . . hopes to travel South Seas. LOUIS FERRARA . . . This all around athlete hopes to be a future coach . . . "Beechnuts" thrives on pork chops . . . lazy people annoy his active personality . . . Basketball, Pre-Medics. IAMES FITZGERALD . . . Although "Fitz's" future is uncertain his ambition is to become a printer . . . sports rate high . . . turns to eating and sleeping as his hobbies . . . admires conservative clothes and people. PETER FOCHT . . . It "Fuzz's" ambition is fulfilled he'll become a gentleman farmer . . . favors strawberry shortcake, good solid swing, boogie Woogie, when really given out . . . and guess who?-Bob Hope. ROBERT FRELICH . . . "Big Bob" would like to get a scholarship to a good university . . . excels in sports . . . likes Grandma's home cooking . . . washing dishes peeves him . . . Sigma Quad, Math Club, N.H.S. EDWARD GARBARSKI . . . Getting up in the morning and rainy weather peeve him . . . likes history, Kay Kyser's music and pork chops . . . builds model railroads and collects stamps and match boxes in his spare time . . . Student Council. WALTER GAUGER . . . "Red" literally burns when a girl messes his hair . . . looks up to a well educated and neat in- dividual . . . does wood-craft, ice skates, bowls . . . plays football. ROSEMARY GAZDA . . . "Rody's" ambition is to teach school . . . a Nelson Eddy fan . . . talents include piano, and fudge making . . . adores moccasins, fuzzy sweaters and spa- ghetti . . . Star Staff, Quill and Scroll. WINIFRED GILLIS . . . "Wynn" will see the U. S. A. thro' travels and her collection of post cards . . . has delightful talent of making creamy fudge . . . likes books, dogs, movies . . . Dardanelles, Silver Streak, Red Cross, N.H.S. IOHN GIURGIN . . . A gentleman leisurely traveling through the United States . . . he'll never b-e one of those "Sunday" drivers . . . hopes to be a gentleman of leisure . . . likes photography . . . Sigma Quad, Visual Education. ELAINE GIERMO . . . This future secretary dislikes bashful boys . . . "Nips" likes candy, Gary Cooper, and swing music . . . can make fudge and drive a car . . . swims and plays tennis. BETTY GROE . . . These "know it alls" irk this young lady . . . wants to buy a western ranch and be serenaded by Gene Autry . . . likes to make scrap books and listen to the radio . . . Red Cross. DOROTHY GROSS . . . "Dot" is a talented elocutionist . . . collects labels from hotels all over the U. S. for a hobby . . . likes sport clothes and chop suey . . . Green Curtain Players, G.A.A., Girls' -Choir. ALFRED HAASE . . . A look in the crystal ball will show "Alf" as a hermit of the Northwoods . . . likes music, steak, Mickey Mouse. and dogs . . . admires Miss Farr . . . Poster Club. BETTY IANE HALL . . . Versatile "Hedy" will be a kindergarten teacher . . . collects a variety of articles-mostly perfume bottles . . . loves their fragrance too . . . is collegiate with skirts and sweaters . . . N.H.S., Treasurer Dardanelles, Student Council. IEAN HALL . . . "Jeanie" wants to be a typist or comp- tometer operator . . . likes people never too important to say "hello" . . . hobby is eating spaghetti and fried chicken . . . N.H.S., Green Curtain Players. LAVERNE HALL . . . Iust to be successful is "Vernie's" ambition . . . adores food-particularly Italian spa- ghetti . . . collects novelty dogs . . . all-around sports fan . . . is dark and mysterious about her future. DONALD HAMILTON . . . In our crystal we see little Don sailing the South Seas . . . "pork chops. apple sauce. and girls"-he screams with delight . . . Math Club, French Club, Visual Education. WILBUR HAMPEL . . . "Bud." who plays the sax in the concert band, enioys playing in orchestras . . . has traveled through forty-two states . . . a future engineer or orchestra leader . . . R.O.T.C. Band. CORINNE HANCOCK . . . "Corky" takes pride in her pretty. blond hair . . . adores Glenn Miller. Ginny Simms . . . loves potatoes in any form . . . a future model . . . Stein Sten, enior Choir. French Club. - M ' 1 " GW ND L , A ,I . . . "Le f- fond h es of being a ' ' s 3,1 3 e - . -, nitting, no playing . . . me esi t of - - F' - h n ton . . 'lver Streak. Dar anelles. Gr urtain aye .H.S. EN gf' -I' -' . . riting letters to s rvice men ee s "Swede" bus . . a future model . . . likes sports. music. Lana Turner and Clark able . . . passes by fish dishes and conceited people. IACQUELINE HANSON . . . "Iackie's" ver- satility will bring her her ambition. a "laboratory technician" . . . favorites are people with a sense of humor . . . dancing. swimming. and flying are some of her favorite pastimes. HARRY HARRINGTON . . . A second Walt Disney is this orderly soul whose future lies in secretarial work . . . family man at heart . . . hobby-tropical fish. RAYMOND HARRIS . . . Ray admits he has unlimited talents and iust billions of friends, hmm . . . simply adores ritzy clothes and flashy cars . . . enioys sleep as a hobby. BRUCE HARTMAN . . . To and from school is the extent of "Bud's" travels . . . a future University of Tulsa stu- dent and then a petroleum engineer . . . people without a sense of humor irk him . . . likes sports. especially swimming . . . Co-Capt. Swim Team KATHRYN HAUGLAND . . . "Katie" becomes intoxicated with expen- sive perfumes . . . wants to sell them to be nice and close . . . would like to take a college course in retailing . . . collects stars' pictures . . . Pan-American. Red Cross. Visual Ed. IOHN HECKINGER . . . A future army officer . . . lack likes red heads and Buicks . . . can wiggle his ears . . . cheese sand- wiches annoy him . . . rifle team his pleasure . . . Student Council. Officers Club. VIOLET HEDTKE . . . While crocheting "Vi" dreams of being an accountant . . . dislikes disorderly lunchrooms . . . pretty clothes and potato pancakes are her favorites . . . Dar- danelles. Student Council. Red Cross. Stein Sten. Silver Streak. N.H.S. IVAN HILLEGAS . . . "Hill" will lead his life in the army air corps . . . skating, dancing, and girl friends are his likes . . . favorite sports are fencing and boxing . . . girl friend is ideal. HAROLD HINTZ . . . A future navy pilot . . . likes sports. dancing and good music . . . talents include sleeping. resting. eating and playing the phonograph . . . Student Council. Sigma Quad. IAMES HOFF . . . "Lucky" wants to be a C.P.A.. then retire to Wyoming . . . dancing. bowling. and big cars set his heart at ease . . . likes red cabbage- . . . Bowling. EDWARD HOLUB . . . Eddy presumes he will be a doctor . . . as the typical American boy he takes an interest in many phases of sports . . . prefers solid geometry and chemistry . . . admires Spencer Tracy. GERALDINE HOLZEM . . . Oral talks are Ierry's chief peeve . . . in heaven when iitterbugging, or consuming pork chops . . . plans to be a typist . . . G.A.A., Stein Sten. Clean.-Up Campaign. IACOB HOPP . . . To drill at Annapolis is his aim . . . football. food and swing music hit the line with him . . . Mr. Bradley is also in there when it comes to scoring with "Iake." ROBERT HUNTER . . . "Hunter" enioys a good ioke. hunting, fishing. traveling, and football . . . has been to North Woods . . . thick juicy steaks mean sheer pleasure to him . . . future draftsman. RALPH HUNTZICKER . . . H20 and HZSO4 aren't Greek to "Huntz" . . . yelling "fore" is his hobbv . . . don't chew ice if you value Huntz's friendship . . . blondes make his heart patter. OPAL HURST . . . "Fritzie" is a sports fan . . . would prefer to be a dress designer or commercial artist . . . really enioys life . . . collects perfume novelties . . . likes to dance. swim, roller skate. RUTH HANDZEL . . . Will go out West to go horseback riding with a yodeling cowboy and see her first mountain . . . thinks Dagwood's sandwiches are dainty snacks . . . Dardanelles, Girls' Choir. Clean Up Campaign. N.H.S. SHIRLEY HANSEN . . . A future organist . . . collecting old music is one of "Swede's" hobbies . . . a talented pianist . . . likes red heads. organ music and English . . . Marion Hutton is her ideal . . . Dardanelles. French Club. G.A.A.. N.H.S. VIRGINIA HANSEN . . . The "click" of the typewriter will mean a iob for "Ginny" . . . a beautiful home is her dream . . . she's mastered the art of home making . . . admires Miss Thorsson. GEORGE HARGREAVES . . . Billy Conn represents his ideal . . . likes new adventures. hunting, fishing, bowling . . . wants to be a radio engineer or executive of a company and travel all over the world. MARCENE HARMON . . . Marcene is the life of the party with piano and accordion . . . wants to become a dental techni- cian . . . gum chewers while reciting annoy her . . . favorites are sodas and Tyrone Power . . . Pan-American. ELAINE HARPER . . . Has traveled to Canada. Florida, and Cuba . . . hopes to fly to Hawaii some day . . . likes to skate . . . likes boys to keep dates after making them. LOIS HARTUNG . . . Collects miniature dogs and U.S. stamps in her spare time . . . to graduate from college is her ambition . . . a talented pianist . . . likes horses. operas. and mystery stories . . . Dardanelles. Student Council. Latin Club. N.H.S. EARL HASS . . . To retire at 40 is "Pudgie's" goal . . . future mechanical engineer . . . talented pianist . . . likes French fries, steak and hunting . . . his father is his ideal person. IOHANNA HASSLER . . . Having as many friends as she can is her chief hobby . . . "Io" will be a telephone operator . . . likes dancing--no iitterbugging . . . considers everyone as her friend. , ALMA HEHN . . . "Iitters" likes iitterbug. rhumba and conga music . . . relishes strawberry sundaes . . . although her future is still hidden she holds an ambition to become a beautician . . . Office Service. German Club. G.A.A. HAROLD HELD . . . Future is undecided . . . girls who smoke or have too much make-up on annoy him . . . likes boat trips. dancing and dates . . . a Sea Scout outside of school. IOAN HIGHAM . . . Versatility-that's "Ioni's" pass word . . . adores Benny Goodman . . . tickles the ivories with plenty of swing--some classical too . . . has traveled abroad . . . wants to play the clarinet . . . Math Club. G.A.A.. Green Curtain Players, N.H.S. Q IOHN HOFFMAN . . . "Zeke" is a future painter and decorator . . . hobbies are football. baseball. movies . . . his ideal person is Frank Ofenlock . . . likes music, dogs, horses, dancing . . . German Club. ROBERT HOLESOVSKY . . . "Whistle while you work" is Bob's motto . . . likes good pay, bowling, and ping pong . . . women who wear hats in shows annoy him . . . Swimming Team. Visual Ed. WILLIAM HOLLAND . . . An excellent bowler . . . ambition is to bowl 300 . . . "Bill" likes bowling. ice skat- ing, good music and steak with mashed potatoes and onion . . . a future architect . . . pet peeve is English. CLIFFORD HOPPE . . . A future tool designer . . . "Snuff" likes beau- tiful girls. pork chops. mashed potatoes and Errol Flynn . . . takes pictures as a hobby . . . Bowling Team. BETTY HORNE . . . "Bet's" dance preferences are iitter- bugs . . . thumbs down on onions . . . emphasizes the true type of friend . . . looks happily to a future of marriage . . . interested in dress designing. IOHN HUNT . . . "Government work for me." says Iack . . . World War books suit him perfectly . . . sport enthusiast and future money maker . . . peeves-scraping of knives and forks. ROBERT IACCINO . . . "Itchy" wants plenty of money . . . likes basketball and iitterbugging . . . can play accordion . . . hobbies are collecting stamps and photography . . . Lana Turner and Mr. Bradley agree with him. VITO IACOBAZZI . . . To college goes Vito, as he plans to be a success in life . . . "yum yum. spaghetti for dinner." says he . . . a regular little school fellow . . . Sigma Quad. Boys' Choir. OLAF ISAKSON . . . "Ole" gets pleasure studying math and chemistry . . . girls and school annoy him . . . collects stamps and grows flowers in his spare time . . . future owner of a greenhouse . . . hopes to be a sollege graduate. S sfwq pw awww xx A S - --- :.Q,..m.:,:. .1 X . as xx N x W' , 4 N xx : A. ax S A 3-EQQX f.. -1 Q4 M X SQA- N.-N. , ,x ' MX ...Jxx-,MX . X XXXg..,X Kay: v jg- MR xx n X x X x xx X Xxx X' . C xx XX, X hx- x ...-. X 1 S N . A S wer K , . izlxjb X :X X .,,.f.lk Q v l x . 'EQ xv:-A XX X A f x ,X Q X:-X XSS-:psp -Q XXX XXWNNR X N xx . .. X X QNXX X X x X X XXSNX, X NN whit: XX N S xx . N -fgzgsgswgsw:.muy ' ' Q X Q., Q .Ig::I:sg5s:5 Mi l . Q X,,- x X X NYM AX Qx -R X- X wxxixft, - - R X X SX .g Xsxgw khkk 5 R W9 X X XX N Q ' is xx X X 5 X Q X Q 0, Q . 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A :J ,Vg - :, j' ' ,- L , 23 1 X 1 Eve A 1 333 5. .' fl N i 3 -WU X , SXPRXQ v. 2 3? -- X , ,, E X, f I wk X, , Q- f 1 -'vwk , 1 K 5 -ay- ADELINE IWASCZUZK . . . "Della" hopes to be a history teacher . . . is studious in first degree . . . has seen most of U. S .... likes good speakers, classical music . . . Dardanelles. Green Curtain Players. LORENE IAACKS . . . "Lorry" wants to be a police- woman right now . . . a housewife in the future . . . her mother is her ideal person . . . likes to cook and listen to Dick Iurgens' music. RUDOLPH IACOBSON . . .Week end road- hogs are the flies in Rudy's ointment . . . spends spare time blowing hot tunes . . . dotes on ice skating and swimming . . . hopes for success in all undertakings. MARION IAHNKE . . . lust give "Bobby" a bed and a good book and she'll be happy . . . conceited people bother her . . . active and talented life her dream . . . likes dancing . . . G.A.A. MARION IANOWIAK . . . Sleeping. love stories. chicken. plaid suits and Greer Garson are "Mare's" favorites . . . pet peeve is her brother-in-law . . . a good baker . . . wants to be underweight iust once. IEAN IEMIOLO . . . A talented player of piano and violin . . . "Butch" admires Nelson Eddy . . . likes sociable people . . . future dancer . . . annoyed by conceited people . . . Polish Club. ELEANOR KALEMBA . . . "El" reads and reads and reads . . . passes spare time at the movies . . . actually shines when she plays the piano . . . wants to succeed as a secretary after graduation. ROBERT KALENIAN . . . A future as a navy pilot and mechanic suits "Bob" . . . makes model airplanes in his spare time . . . mathematics is his favorite subiect . . . likes skating. fishing, and orchestra music . . . Track Team. LORRAINE KAMINSKY . . . "Lor" the gal that likes to trip the light fantastic to the tunes of Iurgens and Cugat . . . doesn't like homework but does well in Commercial . . . collects phonograph records . . . Pan American, G.A.A. BETTY KEARNS . . . Dreams of a bungalow for two: . . . dislikes un- humorous people . . . walking. eating. shows. and sweet music fill spare moments . . . fried chicken is a favorite . . . admires Mrs. Beach. IACK KEARNS . . . To attend Notre Dame is "Iackson's" ambition . . . is interested in sports . . . likes reading, dancing and roller skating . . . future policeman . . . hobby is collecting sport pic- tures and forecasting football games. LEONE KELLY . . . Oh for the life of a rural public health nurse . . . "Lee" likes old ialopies. operas and blonde haired boys . . . National Honor Society. Pre-Medics. G.A.A., Red Cross. ROSE MARY KEZELE . . . To travel extensively is "Rosie's" ambition . . . dislikes silly hats . . . thrives on good books . . . will be model secretary . . . ideal person is her father . . . Student Council. Dar- danelles. N.H.S. ROBERT KLINGER . . . "Andy" a iack of all trades. collects girls' hair bows . . . a dill pickle fan . . . hopes to become a millionaire through a iob in the printing industry . . . Baseball. RAY KLOTZ . . . Egyptology and ornithol- ogy are easy for this studious lad . . . long winded radio announcers annoy him . . . war news intrigues this future archeologist . . . Stu- dent Council, R.O.T.C.. N.H.S. 1 LE ROY KNEKOW . . . Iust reading, and eating spaghetti and fishing all day means one full day of enioyment . . . plays the trombone. and piano-accordion in concert band . . . has many hobbies. FERN KNUDSEN . . . Wishes to be a successful beauty operator and own a cozy little shop . . . those lacking a sense of humor bother her . . . hopes to visit Honolulu some time in the future. ELAINE KOEPKE . . . Likes dancing and boys with dark, wavy hair . . . "gum crackers" in the theater annoy her . . . chicken and potato chips delight this young lady . . . admires honesty and truthfulness. FLORIAN KOWALCZYK . . . "Flo" likes to construct model airplanes as a hobby . . . Spencer Tracy is his ideal person . . . Dick Iurgen's music gives great pleasure . . . future printer . . . admires Mr. Herrick. ' EDWARD KOWALEWSKI . . . His hobby is creating posters . . . he'll be a commercial artist with experience . . . Ianuary 1942 class president his ideal . . . Bowling Team. Swimming Team. Track Team. LOUISE KRUSE . . . Her mother is her ideal . . . wants a really modern home . . . is an information booth to knowledge seekers . . . peeved by "dull classes" . . . Red Cross. Girls' Choir. BETTY IACQUES . . . "Bets" would like to do something great in the music world . . . shirks people wearing frowns . . . sings and dances . . . admires college clothes . . . Girls' Choir. Band. Cycle Club. IRWIN IAGUSCH . . . "Irv's" favorites include chop suey. Abbott and Costello, and brown and tan clothes . . . talent is drawing . . . ideal person is "Peggy" . . . Boys' Choir, Press Club. Track Team. ELEANOR IAHNKE . . . "El's" ambition is to type down the words of a business man . . . bashful "fellas" dis- content El . . . likes hair up-sweep, fried chicken and slacks . . . Library Club . . . G.A.A. ELEANOR IOHNSON . . . will be an air stewardess when she finishes school . . . all sports appeal to her-especially football . . . admires Miss Hoffman . . . Pre-Medics. Visual Ed.. Office Service. LEONA KAAS . . . Dramatics and iournalism top Lee's list of favorites . . . dreams of radio acting but resigns herself to being a "number please" girl . . . raw hamburgers prove distasteful to her . . . G.A.A. SHIRLEY KACZMAREK . . . Teaching- guess what? . . . baton twirling and dancing, that's Terry's ambition . . . expects her career to take her traveling a "great deal" . . . collects iokes and odd' poems for a hobby . . . Stein Sten. ' ROBERT KANNBERG . . . "Slim"-a future medical man . . . reading and playing chess are his delights . . . enioys football and baseball . . . favorite study is Mathematics . . . talented singer . . . stamp collector . . . admires Iohn Barrymore. IAMES KANTZAVELOS . . . Don't break any promises to the Greek . . . it annoys him . . . manages to find a good time hunting and stamp collecting . . . coin collector . . . future aviator . . . Sigma Quad. Pre-Medics. ELEANOR KAST . . . "Elly" claims her ambition is to live. love, laugh. learn . . . adores operettas. beautiful clothes, furs . . . saves souvenirs . . . prefers iolly people . . . is wait- ing to change her last name. IOHN KENIOSIAN . . . "Butch" is very fond of milk and money . . . proficient at pool . . . loathes English . . . has traveled over the Me- dinah Country Club . . . determined to own a pool room SEMA KENIOSIAN . . . Sema wants to acqure a million . . . travel far and wide . . . do something different each day . . . likes friendly sociable people, but not artificial . . '. iust loves a good argument. LORETTA KERBER . . . A future bookkeeper . . . "Lorre" likes dancing, sports. parties. iolly people . . . collects pictures of movie stars in her spare time . . . hopes to do good work . . . G.A.A. HENRY KLUCH . . . Hankey's pet peeves are girls . . . wants to own a meat market . . . likes movies. blueberry pie, uniforms and Dan Manczak . . . hobby is wood-carving' . . . has traveled to Wisconsin. MARY IANE KLUCH . . . "Peanuts" wants to learn to drive a car . . . also would like to own a car . . . likes sports and dancing . . . collects souvenirs for a hobby . . . a future secretary . .s . Red Cross. ROSE MARY KLUCH . . . To be a good dancer is "Bobbie's" ambition . . . likes sports. hamburgers, and sport clothes . . . a future housewife . . . collecting knick-knacks fills her spare time . . . Red Cross, Student Council. ROCHELLE KOFF . . . "Roe" is a future nurse . . . ambition-to ioin the Army Medical Corps . . . hates being smashed in narrow spaces . . . loves blueberry pie and chocolate ice cream . . . Silver Streak. LEROY KORCZ . . . To try to get into West Point is "Slim's" present ambition . . . likes good food and comfortable clothes . . . collects stamps for a hobby . . . lean Mikkelsen represents his ideal person. ROBERT KOTOWSKI . . . "K" would like to head a musical organization . . . plays saxophone and piano . . . likes classical music, roller skating, some movies . . . will probably be an engineer in air-conditioning . . . Student Council. Polish. DONALD KUBETZ . . ."Don" will perhaps be a machinist . . . has a liking for wisecracks. hot dogs, swimming . . . gifted at art work . . . Mr. Frelich is his ideal. MARY KUEHFUSS . . . "Mar" wants to become a secre- tary . . . short socks and gum snappers annoy her . . . likes are sports. and calculating . . . her future is business college . . . G.A.A. VIRGINIA KUEMMEL . . . "Ginny" usually gets what she goes after . . . millionaires, convertibles, traveling. preferred . . . intends to teach school in Alaska . . . enioys acting, swimming, and soda ierking . . . Green Curtain, Pan-American. Math.. N.H.S. ROSE MARIE KUHNS . . . A future concert singer or nurse . . . gum- crackers and stubborn. inconsiderate people annoy her . . . likes sports and good cooking . . . Ienny Lind represents her ideal person . . . Girls' Choir. LOUISE KUNDE . . . A future orchestra leader. stenog- rapher. or music teacher . . . going out, having a good time. and tall. dark and handsome boys please "Sis" . . . accomplished accor- dionist . . . Silver Streak. MILTON KVINGE . . . To be a successful aircraft mechanic is "Red's" dream . . . iust regular fellows gain his friendship . . . friendly girls and Old Tom dinners rate high. AUDREY LARSEN . . . This iolly person admires farmers . . . will teach in a little red schoolhouse spending her spare time baking butterscotch pies and playing piano . . . Dardanelles. Student Council. Pan-American. N.H.S. ELEANOR LARSON . . . A real reporter . . . "El" dis- likes late dates and people who mistreat animals . . . carries the torch for a certain sailor and his dog . . . Quill and Scroll. Press. Pan-American. NORBERT LASKE . . . "Norb" greatly ad- mires Gene Autry's singing . . . hobby is stamp collecting . . . appe- tite craves chop-suey . . . says his talents are hidden . . . future lines- man at Electric Company . . . Baseball Team. IAMES LAZZARINI . . . "Ieep" shows his talents in baseball and basketball . . . wants to be happy . . . annoyed by bad table man- ners . . . hobby is photography . . . future machinist . . . admires Iames Cagney . . . Italian Club. CLARENCE LEHMANN . . . "Moe," lover of science and electricity, will own a radio appliance shop in near future . . . girls who smoke should keep clear of him . . . likes swimming and horse- back riding. JUNE LEIBER . . . A future newspaper or radio writer . . . girls who wear high heels with anklets peeve "Penny" . . . a pianist . . . traveled to Arkansas . . . admires Orson Welles' writing and acting ability . . . Star Staff. Dardanelles. HELEN LESCEWICZ . . . "Liz" wants to acquire wealth at an early age . . . a future stewardess or housewife . . . pet peeves are school and homework . . . likes holidays and popular dance bands . . . G.A.A.. Polish Club. FLORENCE LESCHMANN . . . A talented pianist . . . traveled . . . likes clothes. pie and movies . . . driving is her hobby . . . favorite teachers are Miss Feely and Mr. Mueller . . . future is uncertain . . . As We Like It. LORRAINE LEWANDOWSKI .. . . Fried chicken after a hard tennis game makes "Lorr" happy . . . this future secretary admires many movie stars . . . people who run nails up and down the blackboard annoy her . . . N.H.S. ERNIE LI FONTI . . . "Bab" will spend half his time as an aeronau- tical engineer-the other half traveling "everywhere" . . . this gym- nastic enthusiast dislikes girls who smoke . . . favorite food-"hot dogs." LORRAINE LINDSTEDT . . . "Lor" is a talented dancer . . . has been on the Chattanooga Choo-Choo . . . likes to swim, dance. and ride horseback . . . admires Mr. Ramsey . . . enioys both farm and city life . . . Riding Club. MARTHA LITRENTA . . . "Marty" wants to marry a rich man . . . likes clothes and iitterbugs . . . gum snap- pers and history peeve her . . . likes to play the piano . . . future secretary . . . Italian Club. CHARLOTTE LOUGHLIN "Chick" is soothed by organ music . . . appreciative of etchings . . . iourneyed to Missouri, Arkansas. Kan- sas. Oklahoma . . . will be a hair dresser . . . Dardanelles. Senior Choir. Pan-American. NATALIE LUDKOWSKI . . . "Natch" has ambitions of becoming a telephone operator . . . dancing, swimming. spaghetti. are tops . . . knee socks irk her . . . autograph collector and saver of samples . . . admires Miss Kinderman . . . G.A.A., Polish Club WILLIAM LUND . . . "Bill" likes ping-pong. golf. and bowling . . . hopes to have a future that will be healthy and wealthy . . . a machinist he hopes to be . . . collects stamps as a hobby . . . enioys crystal radio sets . . . Boys' Choir. VERA MAIBENCO . . . Vera wants a iob in an office . . . ambition to enter college to become a teacher . . . commercial course . . . plays piano and sings . . . Stein Sten, Office Service. Red Cross. DELORES MAIEWSKI . . . This future social worker dis- likes girls who smoke . . . nickname. "Dell" annoys her . . . has traveled in 38 states . . . her ambition is to be a good housewife . . . Library Club. Stein Sten, G.A.A. HENRY MALEK . . . "Hank", future tele- graph operator in U. S. Navy . . . enjoys baseball, golf. bowling . . . amused by comedies in movies . . . collects stamps as a hobby . . . ideal person is Mr. Downey. DORIS LABANCZ . . . "Dar" is a talented piano player . . . enioys quiet music . . . Horace Heidt's orchestra . . . future professional pianist . . . some day we'll hear her . . . Dardanelles. Orchestra. Senior Choir. LA VERNE LANG . . . This future private stenographer dislikes to be kept waiting. especially on dates . . . Franchot Tone and Mrs. Beach are on her list of favorites . . . Stein Sten, G.A.A. DOROTHY LAPP . . . "Dot's" ambition is to play the piano in an all girls' orchestra . . . "corn" is her specialty . . . good bowler. too . . . says "yummy" to chicken salad. ROBERT LATALL . . . "Red" wants to become a good bowler . . . collects articles on bowling as a hobby . . . future draftsman . . . likes bowling. and reading good books . . . Sigma Quad. Bowling Club. MARY LAWIEWICZ . . . Noisy people and typewriters that don't operate correctly peeve "Butchie" . . . a future stenog- rapher or model . . . wants to travel through all of the U. S. . . . Polish Club. G.A.A. r GRACE LAWRENZ . . . Don't call her "Gracie Allen"-her nickname is "Cookie" . . . her secret ambition is to bowl 200 with an audience of curly haired boys . . . G.A.A. THERESA LEISER . . . "Terry" collects statistics about her favorite orchestra leaders . . . her mother is her ideal . . . people who are late for appointments bother her . . . likes swing music and dancing . . . a future stenographer. GEORGE LEIMAN . . . "Curly" is a talented accordion- ist . . . likes bowling. pool and brunettes . . . a future tool and die rnaker'or draftsman . . . somebody making noise while he is listen- ing to the radio annoys him. CAROL LENBERG . . . Dancing. Art Kas- sel's orchestra and going to parties delight "Carrie" . Q . collects post cards and pictures . . . ideal person is Miss Boller . . . future private secretary . . . G.A.A. LUCIA LEWIS . . . "Lou" hopes to be an organist some sweet day . . . pretty clothes and movies claim her attention . . . bad table man- ners annoy her . . . admires Deanna Durbin . . . Girls' Choir. N.H.S. MABLE LEWIS . . . Putting the glamorous touch to girls' hair will occupy "Mab's" future time . . . bowling, painting and dogs are cherished likes of hers . . . rude audiences upset her . . . Bowl- ing Team. LOUISE LIBERIO . . . "Pigtails" will sing while setting hair . . . likes to dance. bowl. and collect sheet music in spare time . . . two-timers peeve her . . . a Robert Taylor fan . . . Latin Club. MARGE LOGOTHETTI . . . To graduate from school is "Maggie's" ambition . . . she enioys a good swim followed by heaps of spaghetti . . . tailored clothes claim her attention . . . mother her ideal person . . . dancing and gym her favorite recreations. HOWARD LONG . . . "Long" aspires to be a drafts- man . . . hopes for advancements . . . talented artist . . . parents are his ideals . . . expects to attend Armour . . . policemen who dis- tribute tickets. worry him . . . Vice-President Poster Club. TECLA LONGO . . . "Tecky" wants to become a famous radio actress . . . plays the guitar . . . likes good looking service men with black wavy hair . . . has traveled to Europe and four states in the Union. LORRAINE LUTZ . . . "Lore" likes science and hopes to become a science teacher some day . . . collects souvenirs. fancy pins . . . sews in her spare time . . . Mr. Ramsey is her ideal person . . . Dardanelles. Fix-It. Student Council. N.H.S. W DONALD MAGINSKI . . . "Don" hopes to be a naval officer . . . likes to sing . . . can do a dandy iob with a steak . . . don't wear your hats in the movies. girls . . . his dad is his ideal . . . Boys' Choir. ELIZABETH MAHONEY . . . People con- stantly changing their minds annoy "Betty" . . . a drummer now -a future drummer in a girls' orchestra or an air stewardess . . . likes pie, baseball. bowling . . . collects snapshots. DANIEL MANCZAK . . . "Ian" wants to be a diesel engineer . . . women golfers annoy him . . . enioys golf and hockey . . . likes all the teachers . . . mother represents his ideal. DOLORES MANDELKY . . . "Do Do" likes to day-dream . . . a future career girl . . . likes to read and to eat chili , . . oral reports and inquisitive people peeve her . . . Mr. Bradley is her favorite teacher . . . Stein Sten, IAMES MANGAN . . . "Irish" likes saucy little red heads . . . girls who put make-up on in study peeve him . . . future professional golfer . . . likes to play pool and eat fried chicken . . . Basketball. Baseball Team. gxwwx x, X ww. Xxx xx K - -.1 ,wk SX A - Q A X 5 X X X X mx X ,., ' x x X x NX? A N N xwwv X. . X Q , X 1 -XX. X fx N X xxx x X .. Q.. X W .,.. . Wifi X 1? .L ' XEXXx X XXEXN. 6 X Nm X X xQx ,vu-uqn, Xwf 5 NN, 3 A-is i-I NN NN ww! S5 :Qs Ni. , 55 5 S ' Q xl. X - V' 5 J. 1 . is 5 f x I' NX. A I LN fj g x -. ix. EX X 9 XNN.,X. XX ., . 3 X X XX X ' EI :ENR X5 ' X xx X X .4511-Sggp ix X . Up.. bw. S hx, :X qw Qi: X Y N .. ,. N- 'lfiziq ' N .. X Q X Q A 9 X x xx NX Qx X X 5 X X X X X x ,SX sf' ' X 5 ,,,. .,-'- Q n ff wi W 1 X X?- : ' xv : L Aw .f -fam: i hiv' Q s , i H 7 .fmv , ,V W, 4 N , 1 v 1 nv M. W 4 4 , H , ,XA if ' , wi:- . 5 ge Ie ,E ELLEN MANNIX . . . "En" wants to be as great an actress as Kath- erine Cornell . . . a good seamstress . . . likes to watch athletic events and dance . . . snobbish people peeve her . . . will have a home in the country. IEANNE MANSON . . . "Duchie" is a future radio actress . . . that's her ambition . . . "throws daggers" at people who eat her French fries . . . boys who spend money are her hobby . . . Student Council, Dardanelles. French, N.H.S. ROBERT MARK . . . "Bob" will fulfill his ambition by returning to California to live . . . likes to see a good hockey or football game . . . collects coins and stamps . . . hopes to travel far. WALTER MARTENS . . . To have a pal in many places is "Wally's" ambition . . . music is his talent and hobby but fishing also hits high "C" with him , . . President, German Club, Pre-Medics. DORIS MARTIN . . . "Dor" wants to be successful in all her undertakings . . . hopes to have enough money to travel ex- tensively and have everything she desires . . . likes roast beef, and sports clothes . . . Dardanelles. Student Council. MARIE MARTINEK . . . A future in radio awaits "Marti"-a good cook and seamstress . . . likes music. foot- ball and a lot of people . . . Green Curtain Playesr. G.A.A.. As We Like It. ELIZABETH MASS . . . "Bippie" wants to go West and see a real cowboy . . . corresponds with soldiers and sailors as a hobby . . . likes bowling. dancing. sport clothes . . . future secretary . . . G.A.A. IAMES MATHEWS . . . Don't turn off swing music when "Whitey's" around . . . thrives on food and sport clothes . . . spare time occupied with swing records . . . a future C.P.A .... Fix-It Club. HAROLD MATSON . . . Chemistry. favorite subiect and future . . . fancies all forms of sports . . . hopes to attend college . . . lemon cream pie his favorite . . . N.H.S., Math Club . . . Alchemstein. IOHN MCCORMICK . . . "Kid" shirks at cut slips and marking periods . . . delights in pay days and hunting . . . paymaster is his ideal . . . future is hazy . . . has general science course . . . Visual Educa- tion. French Club. ' SHIRLEY MCCREARY . . . This writer of poetry loves humor . . . ambitious to travel . . . bow ties and mustaches annoy her . . . likes spaghetti . . . Mr. Sheehan her ideal . . . Stein Sten. Library Club. ' ROBERT MCDONOUGH . . . "Mc". a woman driver hater . . . likes dancing, girls and ice-skating . . . sports are his hobbies . . . future is undetermined . . . Mr. Herrick is "tops" with him. WILLIAM MEINHARDI . . . "Scott" likes psychology . . . hopes to understand people and be beneficial to them . . . looks upon edu- cation as a hobby . . . says his talent is a matter of opinion. RALPH MELSHEIMER . . . His nickname is "Fish" . . goes fishing frequently . . . takes pride in raising tropical fish . . seriously thinking of being an M.D .... ideal is brother Iohn . . . Basketball, Swim Team. MARCELLA MELZER . . . "Honey" is tal- ented as a pianist . . . writes poetry in her spare moments . . . ideal is Edgar A. Guest . . . considers Fred MacMurray a splendid actor . . . Girls' Choir. IEAN MIKKELSEN . . . Child geniuses irk "Pep" . . . to be an organ- ist, her ambition . . . likes Meredith Wilson's swing . . . to her pork chops and apple pie are delectable . . . Dardanelles. Stein Sten. CHARLES MIKUTA . . . "Chuck's" pet peeve is the "green" drivers on the road . . . aspires to be some kind of an engi- neer . . . plays the kazoo . . . hobby is amateur photography . . . Rifle Team. R.O.T.C.. Officers, Boys' Choir. CARMEN MILANO . . . Sleep and good music interest Carmen . . . milk shakes and knitted ties also rate high . . . mother his ideal person . . . President-Green Curtain Players, Advertising Manager of Star. Sigma Quad. IEAN MOAK . . . To be successful housewife is her ambition . . . likes music. dancing and bowling . . . sarcastic people irk her . . . future secretary . . . talented pianist . . . saves greeting cards as a hobby. THELMA MOLGAARD . . . "Sweetheart" is quite a tal- ented violinist . . . likes boys but doesn't like to see them with crew cuts . . , interested in stamps and photography' . . . a future teacher . . . Symphony Orchestra . . . G.A.A. IAMES MONROE . . . "Monk" hopes to be a coach or teacher of history . . . likes all sports-especially football . . . good food always pleases him . . . permanent drug store visitors often annoy him . . . Latin Club. ANGELIN MARKESE . . . "Angie" wants to become a comptometer operator . . . corresponds with her commercial course . . . ideal peg. son is her sister . . . teasing people annoy her . . . Local History, German Club. GLENN MARSH . . . Studious, adept at creative writ- ings . . . delights in drama and classical music . . . a future Illinois freshman and chemical engineer, Green Curtain Players, Math Club, Fix-It, Literary Club. N.H.S. SAMUEL MARSIGLIA . . . "Samson" likes girls, but girls who show off annoy him . . . wants to become an aviator . . . collects stamps for a hobby . . . ideal person is Gary Cooper. FAYE MARTYN . . .' "Marty" is an ardent collector of records . . . sketches in spare moments . . . cheerful people and good swing music, hit the spot . . . hopes to own a fashion shop. RENEE MARUSZCAK . . . "Rennee's" ambition is to contribute some of her knowledge to the medical field . . . likes sports, officers in navy, and driving . . . still believes in "Santa" . . . future-a lady of leisure . . . Pre-Medics. Dardanelles. As We Like lt, N.H.S. IAMES MASON . . . Would like to be an aeronautical engineer . . . "Ias"' pet peeves are homework and bad manners . . . roast chicken and sports clothes interest him . . . future-a college education. GEORGE MAY . . . Versatile "Duke's" disgusted with flat tires when on dates . . . likes bright clothes. but not red knee socks . . . Mr. Herrick his favorite character . . . Fire Marshal, Police. ISABEL MAZIARZ . . . "Maisie", future nightingale wants her own plane . . . collects pictures of service men . . . draws. and tints photographs . . . likes attending naval dances at Great Lakes . . . G.A.A. FLORENCE McCLELLAN . . . "Kitten" dis- likes being called "Sweater Girl" and cheap flattery irks her . . . dancing and horseback riding take up her time . . . day dreams during her favorite songs . . . future housewife . . . Girls' Choir. EDWARD McDOWELL . . . "Mac" came from Schurz a year ago . . . a future discoverer of chemical formulas . . . from Capital hill saw the western Rockies . . . Plymouth Rock and the quaint city of Quebec. PATRICIA McGREGOR . . . Patty blinks at mixtures of various plaids . . . South o' the Border the place this lass longs to work . . . adores ballroom. dancing and tall men . . . Lunch Room Police. ED MCNALLY . . . Ambitious but modest . . . dislikes nagging . . . finds pleasure in hunting, football and baseball . . . "Mac" thinks his talents are too few . . . collects stamps . . . plans include college and draftsmanship. CHESTER MICEK . . . After the draft he aims to get married . . . "Meats" hobby is getting S's in maiors . . . to fix flats his pet peeve . . . Superman his ideal . . .Math Club. FLORENCE MICHAL . . . "Angel's" ambition is to con- trol America's fashions . . . likes to sing and draw . . . dress designer . . . dancing, eating, singing come next on her list . . . candy and chicken intrigue her . . . future traveler. IOSEPH MICHELOTTI . . . To be a chemi- cal engineer some day . . . hopes to see the world-a worthy aim . . . T-bone steak claims Ioe's attention . . . likes school best on holi- days and Sundays . . . Italian Club. DOLORES MILLER . . . "Honey" clicks the typewriter between Harry Cool's singing and potato chips . . . "cutting the ice" is an O.K. pastime with her . . . collects souvenirs . . . Iunior Girls' Choir, G.A.A. OLGA MISINA . . . Future stenographer, collects pic- tures of model homes in her spare time . . . likes all types of sports . . . is peeved with stubborness and bragging . . . admires Miss Feely . . . G.A.A. RICHARD MITACEK . . . "Rich" wants to be happy . . . admires all friends-all movie stars-all teachers . . . enioys sports-baseball and football player . . . would like to tour the countries . . . future engineer . . . Football. BERNARD MOORE . . . "Cowboy's" pet peeve-people who tease him . . . has traveled through the mid-western states . . . likes all sports, especially baseball, football and hockey . . . Deanna Durbin is his ideal. IRVING MORTENSEN . . . "Mort" wants to make a mil- lion dollars in the future . . . would also like to ioin. the army . . . likes blondes and sports . . . Mr. Mueller is his favorite teacher. LILLIAN MROZ . . . "Lil" wants a iob in an office . . . adores Iurgen's music . . . hates to wait . . . hopes to visit Hawaii . . . her ideal is 5 feet 10 inches. brown hair and eyes . . . G.A.A. ANNE MUCCI . . . People who rattle papers during a movie peeve PEARL NELSON . . . Call on "Toots" if you need any hints about her . . . a pianist . . . astronomy and tennis are "Annabelle's" hob- interior decorating. she's an expert . . . likes to make friends and bies . . . wants to become an expert typist and an efficient secretary keep them . . . dislikes conceited people . . . Red Cross. ' ' ' G'A'A' ALBERTA NEWMAN . . . "Birdie" concentrates on being 1-ORETTA MUSENG0 - - - HOP'-is 10 be SeC1'e1n'Y 10 U a dietician . . . loves phonograph records. traveling . . . visited Yellow- 11011C1S01119 1900119101 - - - "T111Y" 1115111195 Pe0P1e W110 1011911 U1 Serious stone Park. Black Hills. New Orleans. Rocky Mountains. Canada . . . scenes in movies . . . likes airplane rides . . . admires Mr. Sheehan As we Like It. - - - Stein Stem- l ROBERT NICHOLSON . . . "Collier, Doctor 01-GH NAKONECZNY - ' - Enlnl-15135115 nm' Nicholson" is Nick's dream . . . violin string plucker in leisure time bition is to become 0 5eC1'e1U1'Y - - - bookkeeping more lhnn ann0Y5 . . . aim is Northwestern Medical School . . . likes to argue . . . Sigma her . . . likes everything from pie and history to Charles Boyer . . . Quad, Swim Team. Symphony Orchestra- does much crocheting and reading. IOHN NICKELE . . . "'Iohnnie" is a talented harmonica player . . . ELAINE NIEKAMP . . . "E" is looking forward to a trip to Honolulu likes steak . . . admires Mr. Bradley . . . pessimistic spirit . . . Hall . . . skating. dancing. and humorous people would keep her happy Guard. Track Team. Italian Club. . . . mouth waters at thought of roast chicken with dressing . . . G.A.A. xl MARION NICOL . . . "Mare" has a strange yearn to be INA NIGGELING . . . If "Skip" had her way there 1 a Tibetan Missionary . . . bangs. broken shoe laces. and bracelets would be no homework . . . future telephone operator-then a per- 1 annoy her . . . loves pumpkin pie and snow . . . Dardanelles. French fect housewife . . . overflows with vitality when Notre Dame's foot- Club, ball team wins. k ELIZABETH NICOLOSE . . . "Bet" is mu- ARTHUR NILES . . . Conceited girls peeve sically inclined' . . . likes to teach little tots in Sunday School . . . him . . . a future in the army air corps will be his . . . likes ice cream. 4 timed tests annoy her. so do outspoken people . . . champion for Pepsi-Cola and baton-twirlers . . . Marlene Dietrich represents his double promotions . . . Student Council. Latin Club. G.A.A.. N.H.S. ideal . . . Band. Star. - MARY LOU NODTVEDT . . . Mary Lou yearns to pilot a Boeing Fly- RICHARD NOLL . . . "Flash". who is always in a hurry. yearns to ing Fortress . . . musically inclined . . . plays accordion. Hawaiian be a dentist . . . toots the clarinet in the Band . . ., makes a hobby guitar. ukulele . . . favors lemon cream pie and mechanical drawing of photography . . . Sigma Quad. - - - has School mmm ""e""o"S' ERLENE NORDBOE . . . lmerrds to be o gym instructor CALVIN NOELTE . . . Although "Cal" believes his tal- . . . "Lee" likes good natured people . . .r dislikes gum crackers . . . ents are "all hidden". he plans college to find them . . . chicken chocolate sundaes. yum . . . thinks Miss Selinger is super . . . Green l and all sports agree with him . . . likes pool. basketball. swimming. Curtain. G.A.A.. Letter Girls. music . . . Basketball Team. GERALDINE No-VAX . D ' umossom.. plays EDWARD NOGA . . . "Ed" likes music and sweet Hawaiian music and likes to listen to Dick Iurgen's music . . . movies . . . ambition is to ber:-me H machinist . collects recordings writes poetry . . . ambition is to be a model . . . likes her dog . . . as a hobby . . . ideal person is Iohn Kieran . . . Senior Choir. detests iazz . . . Stein Sten. MOLLY NUTI . . . "Gingersnaps" has a passion for baking and mak- GEORGE OFENLOCH . . . George wants to make some beautiful girl ing up new recipes . . . owns an excellent baritone voice . . . longs a good husband . . . swings along iitterbugging . . . ideal person is to be an actress . . . History Club. Green Curtain Players. Santa Claus . . . favorites are chop suey and Ginger Rogers . Star ARDIS O'BRIEN . . . A future dietician or actress . . . Staff' Press Club' has traveled through most of the U. S .... collects lipsticks as a SHIRLEY OFF . . . Bowling. skating. movies. head hobby . . . "Irish" likes red heads. absurd accessories and the color "Shirl's" list of amusements . . . her ideal must have engaging per- green . . . Local History. G.A.A. sonality and a sense of humor . . . admires Miss Haley . . . secre- FRANK OFENLOCH . . . This athletic fellow "HY "' the f"'u'e - ' ' GAA' will be a success as a husband and business man . . . likes "quiet" SHIGEO OKAMOTO . . . "Oaks" has an clothes and all sports . . . admires Mr. Schutter. ambition to succeed in anything he tries. and probably will . . . pet k peeve is nickname . . . a future commercial artist . . . Student Council. Pre-Me ' . Math. N.H.S X IRENE OLENDZKI . . , "1" yearns to be a Hollywood dress designer ces 1 on-y qbgui it . . . idealizes Dolly Tree . . . talented in art and sewing . . . turns n Al' 1 cs the c nd hard musicd selec. to 1:0110 P10Y1119 0110 P11010910P1'1Y 111 SP019 111119 . - - G-A-A-. 19011511 ti ith her violin . . . Darda lles. phony Orchestra. N.H.S. Clu . ,, ,, , EDITH OLSEN . . . Farmers and farm life appeal to , TOFZNIQSS1-if ' ' 'Edljled hopes to be Tnthelecglcuz "Edie". a country school teacher to be . . . delights in teasing the eng12?er ' 1 ea 12351 omas ,min ,' ' ' grlunsqit ll org the Piano keYs and Participating in corn husking contests . . . Dardanelles. gsxjslng 12:25 iube ves unspanng y into stea wit a t e nm- Math Club. Green Curtain. N.H.S. ' ' ' ' VIRGINIA OSTRING . . . "Gini" wants to O1-E 01-SEN - - - Ole has 0 1019111 101 meet as manv people as possible , . . dislikes being called "Virgie" 59194211119 1119 105915 - - - has 119911 to 1119 10110 of 1119 11110-11113111 S1111 . . . her destination is to become a mathematics teacher . . . Darda- . . . future buck private . . . ideal person-Ioe Maltz . . . Horseback nelleg, Student Cguncil, Office Service, N,H,S, Riding. Engineers. Visual Education. FRED OSWALD . . . "Floats through the air with the greatest of MAFY P111-ESCH - - - F1Y1110 111911 111 1119 S1fY 1S.W1101 1V101'Y W01115 10 ease" , , . "Bud" likes Q good orchestra with cm accordion and do in the future . plays plan-o . . . likes dancing, skating, and foot- guitar . . . his ideal person is Robert Seward . . . Bowling, bull 9011195 - . - IC1901 10915011 IS 1191 111011191 - - - G-A-IL 1 IACK OWENS . . . "Burt" will find a future in engineer- HAY PANCZAK - - 0 "P90nU1S" W011'1 have 10 be 0 C0C1dY ing . . , slow waitresses onrroy him . . . likes hot music, swimming. . - - taking cars apart is lun for hlm . - . hlqh runkers are neatly holidays. sport clothes . . . admires Mrs. Hege . . . likes to bowl in 01955911 P90P19 - - - Basketball '1'90111f '1'1'0C11 T90111- his SPM time H H Ross PANTUS . . . A follower of soho- - . . , . HAROLD PABICH ' ' Q Harry j G splen' perelli . . . "Chubbins" ideal person is Orson Welles . . . her peace did muslclan himself. virtually eats up good music . . . builds model of mind is destroyed by gum snappers and conceited people . . . airplanes . . . dislikes old iokes. and poor dressers . . . may be an Polish Club Italian Club' G.A.A. engineer or drummer . . . Sigma Quad. N.H.S. ' WILLIAM PARISOLI . . . "Bill" wants to be a chemical or architectural FRANCES PENKSAW . . . "Frannie" desires to be a secretary . . . engineer . . . likes beautiful cars. antiques. good books. and music likes to draw and design dresses . . . people who talk without expect- . . . plays military drums . . . has traveled quite extensively . . . ing answers please her . . . starts at slamming doors . . . Lois Findley R.O.T.C.. Color Detail. Math Club. her closest chum. X ANNE PARTIPILO . . . "Yum-yum to chocolate candy" KATHRYN PERTILE . . . "Kitty" will be a dress designer says Anne . . . pretty clothes are tops to this future white collar girl . . . can figure-skate. play piano. and make false teeth . . . saves . . . she hasn't traveled far. but gets around . . . Polish Club. pennies and sews . . . a buzzing fly around her face annoys her. IOHN PENKAVA . . . "Pinky" likes roller WARREN PETERSEN . . . Our future presi- skating and football . . . aims to be a machinist . . . girls who con- dent . . . ideal person is himself . . . "Pete's" ambition is to own a tinually comb their hair annoy his manly ideas . . . ideal person. '42 Chrysler "New Yorker" convertible . . . is peeved on seeing Father Flanagan. women drivers and greasy lipstick, i A NN '- ,.,, IX X X X s Xxx X gig:-f. , X xxw XXX X .fm-X, X XX XX x ' "'k r xg .Y W K w X RS x .ywfi-" rc ,. X W X Q- -51, s . N.. A '. N. ' " , X49 WAX? . : ' -.."'. X . Q54 I S xXXX MX x XX ' x X XQNTXNWQQ ,-1: X N NS xi' A X sm X ., X O. X . , X: N' :+-. 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J wf ,. , S Ia5::1-:Ea::".255' " 2 2. ,sf 6 .f Q 3 w w. .-2 Q 533, 1, ,K w x . ,, ,Q M , X vi . .,,: XX in if f " . A Ac JW 3, f ELEANOR PETERSON . . . "Elly's" idea of a wonderful orchestra is GERALD PHILLIPS . . . Future airplane mechanic is this fisherman Dick Iurgen's . . . loves entering contests and traveling . . . this . . . "Phill" will own a planing boat some day . . . likes vegetable musical miss loves sports and sporty clothes . . . conceited people SOUP While Camping . . . delights in outboard motoring. peeve he' - - - G-ll-in PHYLLIS PILLING . . . "Phil" wants to become a famous SAMUEL PETERSON . . . "Pete" wants a college educa- dancer . . . favorites are steak with onions, mince meat pie and tion . . . likes bowling and pool . . . collects firearms for a hobby Orrin Tucker's music . . . a talented artist . . . has traveled to New . . . waiting in line for hamburgers in the lunchroom peeves him York and Canada . . .V Local History. GJ-LA. ' ' ' his dad is his ideal' - l I EDWIN PLANZ . . . "Mush" keeps away VIOLET PETERSON . . . Ambition is to be- from girls who talk too much . . . would collect tropical fish as a come a Red Cross nurse or bank teller . . . "Vi" dislikes Baby Snooks hobby . . . delights in all ouidoor Sports l u l lulure college boy . . 0 and pessimistic people . . . her great talent is pie baking . . . future Pre.Medics. -a mystery . . . GJ-LA. EDWIN PLOETZ . . . "Chubby" will be a watchmaker or engineer DOROTHY POOLE . . . Future nurse is "Dotty", lover of south . . . . . . likes all sports. and Italian spaghetti . . . hobbies include stamp dislikes USG'-Je Of "babe" and "toots" . . . can imitate HIUHY diclecis collecting and Woodcraft . . . girls. and alarm clocks in the morning - - - lilies Pler1iY of clcilles - - . Pre-Medics. F1'eI1Cl1 Club- peeve nlm' OLGA PORAYKO . . . Olga wants to travel through all IRMGARD POHE ' ' ' lrmle Wlic comes. allecllli llalll the states . . . bad manners and borrowers annoy her . . . her favorites Gel'manY' eempeses her own allanaemenls lol' llle plana ' ' sn are chop suey. sport clothes. and true friends . . . her future is a gldent bowler . . . lucky man who gets her as a secretary . . . tem career womcmfs . . . GJLAU stein stem. en. LENORE POLZAK . . . A future as a dieti- l H H I-ols PORTER - - - People who Bill her tian or a dental assistant is her goal . . . "Lee" collects movie stars' Frerlcll fries Peeife I-0 - - - future famous sidqe director 01' lOl-ll'I'lC!liSl signatures . . . likes pork chops and mashed potatoes. movies. cars. - - - Wuliis ic ewri d llcrse rdrlch - ' - idecrl is represented by Abraham and friends . . . French Club. I-i1'lC0lh - . . Clean-Up Campaign. ETHEL POWELL . . . Considers intelligent people worthwhile friends l:YDlAnliACHANSKl - - - Fuiure Ownef cf exclusive dress sl10P is . . . this iournalist will be the great American foreign correspondent Lamb - - --clieceluie scdds Und cclweriible Cddlllccs ere her dreams . . . drawing and writing short stories are her hobbies . . . Press :'luYs Plurie 111 her sPCrrel lime - - - Green Ci-iriclirl PlCrYersf Press Club. French Club. u ' DOROTHY RADEMACHER . . . "Dot" collects poetry l KENNETH PlllESTAP - ' - A future -Navi' man ' ' ' smell and pictures . . . is an excellent artist and dancer . . . her blood boils of aarlle annoys hlm ' ' - llke l'leel'eY ana mavles - - ' can plaY lne at sight of clashing plaids . . . ioyously consumes chili con carne accordion, piano. cornet, french horn . . . Sigma Quad, Pan-American. l U l G.A'Au Roller Streaks. Alchemstein. R RQSEMARIE PUMMER , l l "Rosie" is go- IAMES RANDALL . . . "Zombie" wants to ing to spend part of her first pay check on an airplane ride . . . sings 'Jei U S0ft Job . . . likes sports. sport clothes. and steak . .I . people duets with sister . . . collects recipes for use in the future. who make u lei of lleise in ilie movies Peelfe him - - - BOYS Cliclr- HELEN RANDLEMAN . . . "RundY's" hobby of souvenirs grows by RUTH REICHARD . . . "Rick's" travels have been to and from school leaps and bounds 0 . I she's been to Yellowstone l D l ll-om ihe saddle . . . dislikes short hair cuts on boys . . . ambition is to travel around to the ballroom spells pleasure to her . . . desires to be a stenographer. lne Walid ln an airplane- DONALD RAWLINGS . . . Dress clothes and spicy foods ROBERT RINEHART - - - A future engineer - - - Pei intrigue Don . . . hopes to become an expert welder in future days peeves gre iecrcljlers. Cmfllconcelted girls : . . likes spolts. food. clothes . . . enioys a good band. educational subiects. and travel . . . is and swing music - - - Buds idleriis include reddmq Grid Wrliiliq modesl as to his lolenlsl . . . Intramural Sports. Basketball. SHIRLEY RAY . . . "The X-Ray," our "Star" CONSTANCE ROARK B editor is already known in literary circles . . . a good book and an ple-her dish , , , dancing too . . . "Connie" saves pellitlrlggs Sees: apple spell sn hour el lelsule ' - - Quill and Scroll- Dardanelles. ware! . . . taking dictation from handsome boss her dream . . . Silver Green curtain PldYer5- N-l'l-S- Streak. Green Curtain Players. RICHARD ROEING . . . "Rowboat Rowing" likes blondes, brunettes. ROGER ROGGATZ . . . "Dodgie" will be a football coach and at- and turkey . . . cameras and bumming keep him busy . . . after col- tend a big nine college some day . . . would rather play football and lege an engineer . . . glamor boys peeve this football star . . . Track hockey than do chemistry . . . loves spaghetti . . . admires Ann Team. Boys' Choir, Sheridan. BETTY ROGERS . . . "Betts" enioys sail boats. convert- lAClf ROSE - - - nlledisn futurelwill be. in ilie Murine ibles. and dancing . . . will lead an eventful life at college with Corps - - - ccncelied girls annoy him . . . likes swing, dumplings. marriage following . . . hobby is dressmaking . . . Student Council. Pan-American Club. fried chicken. and girls . . . is raising a future champion great Dane. ROBERT ROSENBERG . . . "Rosie" desires H H EDWERD ROGERS 5 - - -A ldlerlied fri to become a dentist . . . collects marbles and photos . . . likes good student - - t Ed dresms of being fr ccmrriercldl Crust - - - hvbbles dancers . . . Sigma Quad. Alchemstein. Visual Education. Star Rep- include stamps. tropical fish and airplane models t. . . will attend l-eeenlollve. Wright College after graduation . . . Sigma Quad. DOROTHY ROWE . . . "Dorth" has ambitions to be like Florence A-NGEI-O RUSCIT0 - - - "ARTS" Clmbiiicrl is to have PleI1iY of IIIOHBY Nightingale . . . ideal person is her sister, Clara . . . talented singer and live in happiness - - - Sincerely hvpes to become G Professional . . . accomplished piano player . . . collects stamps as a hobby . . . bdselwll PlGYe1' - - - his ideal is iYPified l3Y l'ledY Lamurr- P'e'Me'liCS' Dsfefmelles' Meir Club- GLENDA RYSELL "Brenda" will dance her wa . . . y to ROBERT RUBOM , , , "Rube" will lell the soo,-e os o fame. stopping off at Hollywood . . . has a Steinmetz scrapbook . . . sports announcer , , , 1-oust lamb pleases him , , , cglleclg 'college this talented miss likes Gene Krupa . . . G.A.A.. Green Curtain Players. r-ennants and sport clippings . . . admires Mr. Bradley . . . Baseball EDMUND SADOWSKI "Hey You" Team' CAROLINE RUGGENTALER HK ,, wants to live long enough to ride in the Chicago Subway . . . collects will b 1 I h er l h I d 1 ' ' Trang coins and writes poetry . . . enioys good books . . . admires honest e a eep one op aor . . . as exp ore various pars o people c . . As We Like H' Polish Club. Canada . . . loves good food and sweaters . . . her favorite cinema actor is Stirling Hayden . . . Student Council. G.A.A. RAYMOND SADOWSKI , , , "Take q letter, Miss lanes", says our lil. ISABELLE SAMPOU . . . An air stewardess is "Issie's" aim . . . likes tle "Shadow". successful business man . . . hopes to have a new car to GU! between meals . - - thinks lhe Girls' GYM iedcllers and Miss every year . . . bowling and skating his pleasures , . . Polish Club, Dierks are swell . . . future at St. Luke's . . . G.A.A.. Dardanelles. CECILIA SAGMEISTER . . . Handsome fellows. dancing. NJ-LS' IRVING SANDBACK Hsundy.. wants to own G chain ggguflolhejrucfli Celllvsallclilxhxl ' ' ml? nearlhmlri :ve ll sei G of ice cream stores and bowling alleys . . . has great dramatic abil- mother-:er shinlriqkighl e S an C as mg co oils ll er ' ' ' er ity . . . likes sports. good food and sleep . . . iitterbugs irk him . . . ' Sta C ew. Sigma Quad. BETTE SALVESEN . . . An excellent athlete ge I LEO SANDERS nscmd .. likes sports . . . "Buck" wants to become a champion swimmer and a swimming .th b 1. l .l l shfl ' 'K Yk. . k teacher . . . collects pins and buys sweaters as a hobby Green wi ow mg.a avon e I ' ' gimme G . lr EY cismyrli. S io es ' ' ' ' ' ' future linotyplst . . . to him steak fried in onions is delicious . . . any Curtain Players. G.A.A. millionaire is his ideal. SPEROS SARELOS . . . "Spiro" has not yet chosen a career . . conceited girls annoy him . . . likes good times and Capt. Dowse . . . not particular about the food he eats . . . French Club, Band. VIOLET SATOR . . . Famous hair stylist to be . . . likes dan.cing and blonde haired boys . . . "whoppee! chop suey for din- ner". says she . . . hopes to be iust like "mom". MARGARET SAUTER . . . "Marge" gets pleasure out of ping pong. bowling and good classical music . . . despises interruption . . . collects old birthday cards . . . plans to get married . . . French Club. Student Council. MYRTLE SCHERR , . . "Myrt" will learn to fly a plane . . . pet peeve-"That you. Myrt?" . . . likes fried chicken . . . delights in bowl- ing and swimming . . . lover of horses . . . Bowling, G.A.A. LOIS SCHMID . . , "Smity" will twirl her way into the commercial world . . . clashing clothes her pet peeve . . . maroon convertible coupes attract her attention . . . Dardanelles. Office Serv- ice, Iunior Service, Stein Sten. DOLORES SCHMIDT . . . "Lor", a future telephone operator . . . may be able to visit world . . . dodges bash- ful people . . . cooking and dancing keep her busy now . . . Library Club. G.A.A. IRENE SCHNAPP . . . "Snaps" has many ambitions . . . a star bowler is she . . . likes food . . . collects prom bids . . . future: Northwestern . . . hobbies include swimming, ice skating and bowling . . . Student Council, Office Service, Alchemstein. G.A.A. CHARLES SCHOENING . . . Future radio actor superb, "Chuck" dotes on school' pins . . . talkative peoole annoy his peaceful temperament . . . a sweater man . . . ideal is Mr. Sheehan . . . Green Curtain Players, STEPHEN SCHOVAIN . . . "Shorty" will go to college in a convertible . . . finds pleasure in teasing people . . . is a future draftsman , . . likes to play basketball, ice skate, swim . . . favorite food: pork tenderloin. LA NETTA SCHWADER . . . Quiet and reserved . . . "Susie" likes shows, reading and meeting nice people . . . enioys skating and dancing, but not gum crackers . . . collects lapel ornaments . . . a future career girl, HOWARD SCHWALB . . . Ambition is to be a Knight of the Road . . . women drivers annoy him . . . lived in Los Angeles, and has spent winter vacations in Florida , , . talented tennis player . . . Sigma Quad. Vice-President of Alchemstein. LEE SCOTT . . . He'll be a commissioned officer in the Illini R.O.T.C .... light brunettes about 5' 5" catch his eagle eye . . , is a good musician . . . Band, Sigma Quad. VIRGINIA SERBICKI . . . "Ginny" plays the violin . . . Ralph Gins- burg and his string quartet her delight . . . dotes on operettas, chicken and devils food cake . . . collects travel pamphlets . . . a future nurse. LUCILLE SERENO . . . "Ceil" is a nightingale . . . warbles both classical and popular music . . , Bar-B-Q's with French fries her favorite dish . . . Deanna Durbin her ideal . . . Girls' Choir. Italian Club. HERMAN SERONE . . . Basketball suits "Y" to a "T" . . . hunting is this sports enthusiast's hobby . . . a good iob and a very long life are necessary for his happiness . . . Bas- ketball. DORA SILVESTRI . . . To be a comptometer operator is "Door's" ambition . . , girls with high heels and anklets annoy her . . . likes fancy clothes, peas and Errol Flynn . . . Italian Club. CHARLES SIMON . . . "Chuck" likes dancing and movies . . . teachers who give too much homework annoy his studious nature . . . a good clerk and singer . . . a future radio singer and Caesar Romero the second. EDWARD SIMONIAN . . . Homework is his pet peeve . . . likes classical music and roast chicken . . . ambition is to be a diamond setter . . . Gary Cooper is a favorite with him . . . hobbies include model airplanes and stamp collecting. IACK SMITH . . . "Smitty" will occupy the cockpit in navy blue . . . detests feminine gum chewers but likes women . . . Lana Turner his ideal . . L Sigma Quad. Fire Marshal, Silver Streak Staff. GERALD SMOROWSKI . . . "Ierry" wants to play pro- fessional baseball or become a gym teacher . . . Luke Appling is his ideal . . . collecting swing and sweet music occupies his spare time . . . Baseball Team. IUNE SNOW . . . "Iunie" is our cheerful cheer leader captain . . . this real future co-ed wants to be the grid- iron hero's dream . . . her pet peeve is getting up early . . . Green Curtain Players. WARREN SCHADER . . . "Murphy" will be a future army officer . . . talkative people annoy his orderly soul . . . likes chili, Mickey Rooney. bowling . . . collects stamps . . . technical course . . . Mr. Holms his ideal person. - LOIS SCHAUER . . . To become a famous concert singer is "Shau's" ambition . . . two-faced people irk her . . . Kirsten Flag- stead is her ideal person . . . a good friend and a good sport . . . Stein Sten. Girls' Choir. LOIS SCHENDEL . . . "Shenee" likes the Ballet Russe. ice skating, dance music and tasty foods . . . future, University of Chicago . . . has traveled extensively . . . Dardanelles. Star Staff, Annual Staff. Press Club. Local History. KENNETH SCHMITT . , . "Smitty" is talented in doing vocal imper- sonations, but yearns to be a highly skilled painter . . . girls who talk of previous dates peeve him . . . Fire Guard. Special Police. LOIS SCHMUDE . . . "Lo-Lo's" ambition is to be a pro- fessional singer . . . likes opera. dancing. and Nelson Eddy . . . people who don't listen when spoken to, peeve her . . . Office Service, German. Pre-Medics. LIESELOTTE SCHMUECKING . . . "Lottie" collects souvenirs and knicknacks as a hobby . . . wants to be a nurse or air stewardess . . . has done quite a bit of traveling . . . a talented pianist . . . Dardanelles. G.A.A. MARIE SCHROEDER . . . Dislikes anything fussy . . . likes Xavier Cugat's music and Cole Porter songs . . . ambition: secretary . . . favorites include tuna fish and asparagus . . . hobbies are cooking, reading and swimming. LOUISE SCHUCHER . . . "Lou" breezes along on skates but does a stand still in Civics . . . hot socks her specialty . . . col- lects menus . . . future interior decorator . . . wants long and happy life . . . Stein Sten. Student Council, G.A.A. THOMAS SCHULIST . . . "Shoes" intends to enlist in the U. S. Army . . . likes hunting and cameras . . . not interested in girls who don make-up in class . . . has gone through New York's Chinatown. WALLACE SCOTT . . . "Scotty," the printer, excels in art . . . no time for clubs, future walkathon winner . . . likes good music . . . quite the foreign traveler . . . Mr. Nalecz, his favorite. LILLIAN SEGES . . . "Lil" is one person in a million- she has no pet peeves . . . ideal person is Miss Fosse . . . ambition is to be a chemist . . . Dardanelles. Student Court, Math Club. As We Like It, Latin Club, N.H.S. OSCAR SELZER . . . To be an accountant or gym teacher would please "Os" . . . conceited people don't rate with him . . . Mr. Iackson is his ideal . . . has been around the good old U. S. A .... Basketball team. ROBERT SEWARD . . . "Stewie" des-ires to distribute wealth evenly . . . dislikes those who over use their authority . . . hopes to become a C.P.A. in the future . . . Treasurer of Visual Education, Sigma Quad, N.H.S. IOSEPH SHABEZ . . . "Booney's" aim is the air corps . . . airports and ice cream are his delights . . . girls who tease him are on his peeve lists . . . future squadron commander . . . R.O.T.C. DONALD SHEPARD . . . "Shep's" dream is to hold a iudicial seat in the Supreme Court . . . will settle for a successful Washington lawyer's career . . . thrills at new adven- tures . . . Symphony Orchestra. EVELYN SKIERKA . . . "Babe" is irked by people who show off . . . likes music and shorthand . . . relishes chicken with dressing . . . her ambition is to become a secretary . . . Red Cross, Bowling, G.A.A. ADELE SKOUG . . . A lover of South American music . . . "Blondie" wants to get a soft iob and travel . . . likes suits and fried chicken . . . has been to Norway . . . G.A.A. LEROY SLIWINSKI . . , Promising artist is "Babe" . . . a talented talker as well , . . likes chili and tennis . . . many friends and good manners . . . builds and photos airplanes . . . Poster Club, N.H.S. WILLIAM SNOW . . . A future doctor . . . likes roast beef . . . has traveled East but not West . . . ideal person is President Roosevelt . . . likes "snow" in all ways . . . admires orchestra music. ART SNYDER . . . "Arson Artie" hopes to become a sheet metal worker . . . has traveled through the Eastern and Central section of the covmtrv . . . likes good food and pretty girls . . . Green Curtain Players, Band. PHYLLIS SOBANSKI . . . "Phil" wants to be a success . . . likes sports and "certain people" . . . conceited peo- ple annoy her . . . has traveled to four states of the Union . . . Red Cross, G.A.A. . f 'X .XX X X XX X 'XX Ng? fXXX. . siv. 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Mickey Rooney represents "Chet's" ideal person . . . likes sports . . . collects stamps for a hobby . . . a future business man . . . favorite food is pork . . . talented singer . . . Polish Club. ROBERT SPEIDEL . . . A future physical education teacher in the public schools . . . "Bob" likes all sports . . . builds model airplanes in spare time . . . has traveled to four states in the Union . . . German Club. WILLIAM STAFFORD . . . A look into the future will show "Bill" as a trumpet player in a dance band . . . likes swing bands and girls . . . conceited girls are his pet peeve . . . Band. VIRGINIA STAWARZ . . . The life of every party . . . doesn't understand why anyone gives a darn . . . would rather dance than eat . . . a screaming maniac at football games . . . a future airline hostess. . VIVIAN STEGER . . . Athletic minded "Viv" a tennis trophy snatcher . . . plans to travel extensively . . . cooking her talent and future work . . . sports editor of Star and Streak, Sec- retary Student Council . . . Pan-American Club. MERCIA STIME . . . "Merc" hopes to some day travel all over the United States and Hawaii . . . girls that wear anklets with high heeled shoes trouble her . . . likes Glen Miller, good music and movies . . . G.A.A. PEARL STONE . . . "Pearlie" means to be a hard work- ing dress designer . . . sketches in odd moments . . . sports and all foods hit the spot . . . a rug cutter . . . has traveled through Yellow- stone Park. GENE STRAIKER . . . Gene likes red con- vertibles but dislikes study halls . . . his hobbies are hunting and fishing . . . pork chops and mashed potatoes go well with him . . . sports clothes appeal to Gene. EVELYN SWETLIK . . . A talented pianist and future piano teacher . . . wants to visit entire United States and Hawaii . . . picturesque painting and stamp collecting fill her spare time . . . "Wedgie" likes all sports . . . Poster Club. G.A.A. ALPHA SZUTIAK . . . Conceited people are crossed off "Alfalfa's" likes . . . kind and generous ones come first . . . talented pianist, flutist and mandolinist . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten. Student Council. French Club. N.H.S. JAMES TAKIS . . . "Cookie" tickles the ivories and beats the drum . . . digests tangos and rumbas . . . ambition is to have a swing band . . . hopes to be an M.D. some day . . . "hep-hep" . . . Sigma Quad, Pre-Medics, R.O.T.C., Student Council. MARY TANSOR . . . "Tangy", traveler of the Orient, will make an excellent stenographer . . . she loves radio comedians and musical programs . . . ladies who wear hats in shows annoy her . . . lover of all sports. VIRGINIA TARPINIAN . . . "Ginny" has high hopes of flying high as an aviatrix . . . reading and poetry take up her leis- ure time . . . likes airplanes and math . . . Silver Streak. Clean-Up Committee, G.A.A. DOROTHY TERLAU . . . Doesn't know about her future. but "Scarlett" would like to be a writer . . . oral talks displease her . . . likes people- and books . . . writing is her talent . . . favorite food is "hot dogs" . . . Red Cross. Stein Sten. LORRAINE THURNES . . . Can talk rings around her friends . . . writes pages and pages of letters . . . punctuality is a hobby with her . . . thinks ideal people are fictitious . . . future telephone operator . . . Student Council. German Club. LA VERGNE THYFAULT . . . "Vern" likes history. iour- nalism. music, dancing, English , . . talented dancer. club organizer . . . admires schoolmates . . . collects historical clippings as hobby . . . admires Mr. O'Hearn . . . Press Club, Local History. Green Cur- tain Players. LILLIAN TIERNEY . . . "Pat". a girl with a sweet disposition . . . likes gruesome murder stories . . . munching peanuts and eating steak rate high . . . ambition is to visit South America . . . Dardanelles. Pan-American. G.A.A.. N.H.S. IOSEPHINE TRIOLA . . . "Io" saves old report cards . . . future stenog- rapher and housewife . . . loathes new defense stockings and oral reports . . . likes all kinds of music . . . history is favorite subiect . . . Office Service. LUD TYBUR . . . "Lud's" pet peeve is girls putting on make-up in public . . . drawing is his talent . . . ambitions include becoming an electrical engineer and having lots of money . . . Sigma Quad. Engineering. Polish Club. Riding Club. ROBERT TYCHSEN . . . "Bob" delights in automobiles and radios . . . can get plenty of pleasure enjoying the movies . . . women's hats annoy him . . . women drivers are his pet peeve . . . hopes to have a government position. IACK SPIELMAN . . . lack will spend his future in the airways . . . hopes to attend University of Southern California . . . talented saxo- phone player . . . admires Mr. Ramsey and Mr. Mueller . . . Sigma Quad. Math Club. Pre-Medics, Bowling. STANLEY SPILLAR . . . A future traveler . . . likes a good time with big crowds . . . hobbies include sports of all kinds . . . future: to live in the outdoors . . . talented artist . . . Senior Choir. LILLIAN STACHURA . . . "Zombie" looks forward to becoming an office clerk. although her ambition is to be a radio singer . . . apple pie. pleated dresses, and singing appeal to her . . . Red Cross. MARTHA STEIGERWALD . . . "Marty" is an all-round athlete . . . rates high in sportsmanship . . . through merit acquired the elementary school "letter" , . . Girls' Choir, G.A.A. FRANK STELLA . . . "Io" hopes to be an auto mechanic in the future . . . talented as a piano player . . . collect stamps as a hobby . . . some day he may be a millionaire . . . admires Mr. Nalecz . . . Italian Club. ARLINE STEVENS . . . "Daisey" hopes to be a beauty operator . . . likes to tap dance and eat chocolate sun- daes . . . collects pins and knicknacks as a hobby . . . enioys dancing and reading . . . dislikes conceit. MARTHA STRAMAGLIA . . . Oh. for the wide open spaces. to live on a ranch in Colorado and be a cowboy's sweetheart is "Shorty's" idea of a perfect future . . . talented guitar player . . . Italian Club. G.A.A. IOHN STUDZINSKI . . . Ambition is to be healthy. wealthy and wise . . . "Stud" is an ardent movie fan . . . likes operas. sports clothes and Mr. Nalecz . . . hobbies are reading and piano play- ing. CHARLOTTE SULLIVAN . . . "Patty" would like to travel to the land of "pineapples" . . . ambition is to be a successful poetess . . . ideal person is her mother . . . Dardanelles. Green Curtain Players, Office Service, G.A.A.. Stein Sten. Iunior Service, N.H.S. TINA TAKIS . . . "Sis" made the grade in 3V2 years . . . "To be a success in my career." is her ambition . . . loyal friends, spaghetti, olives. rate high . . . pet peeves: people who worry . . . Band. Fix-It. Red Cross, Green Curtain Players. FRANK TAMBURRINO . . . The navy for him . . . angler par excellence . . . mashed potatoes and rich thick steaks send "Sleepy" into spasms of delight . . . enioys a comical show . . . hob- bies are stamps and model airplanes. LOUIS TANSKI . . . Louis promises us esca- lators for Steinmetz when he becomes mayor . . . builds model rail- roads . . . a pilot he hopes to be . . . likes anything pertaining to aviation . . . Polish Club. CONSTANCE THIES . . . Connie's ambition is to visit Hawaii . . . gloats when she is referred to as being young . . . "goes for" Glen Miller's band. chop suey. bowling . . . stenographic student . . . G.A.A. ELAINE THILL . . . Wants to see the world . . . book reports upset her . . . always ready for good food . . . admires Miss Feely . . . ideal is Teddy Roosevelt . . . Stein Sten. G.A.A., Iunior Service. N.H.S. IANET THOMPSON . . . To be five feet two is "Shorty's" ambition . . . hobby is knitting . . . a Naval Nurse is her future . . . Pan-American, Red Cross, Clean-Up Campaign, Cheer Leader. CLIFFORD TODD . . . "Iunior" likes music, neatness. books. cars and historical places . . . would like to drive a Greyhound bus across the country . . . a future in college and later in the chemical field awaits him, THERESA TOMEI . . . lust call this beautiful tressed lassy "Terry", not "Babe", Puh-Lease . . . wants a career as secretary first -a perfect housewife later . . . ideal person is Lily Pons . . . to California some day. EUGENE TRANDEL . . . A talented trumpet player , . . his ambition is to acquire a great deal of money . . . collects uncancelled United States stamps . . . likes athletics and music . . . Red Cross. Track Team. Baseball Team. ELEANOR URBAN . . . The beauty of the setting sun thrills this nature lover . . . "El" dreams about a future of travels combined with hard work in an office . . . likes to read comics and ride bicycle. FRANK VALENTE . . . "Lefty's" ambition is to be a doc- tor . . . talents include playing the drum and acting . . . hobby is reading medical books . . . has traveled to California . . . ideal per- son is cultured and dignified. HAZEL VALLAS . . . Dancing. chop suey. swimming. roller skating. and music are tops with Hazel . . . an expert marimba-player herself, she enjoys teaching others . . . ab- hors interruptions when engrossed in reading. HELEN VALLAS . . . Back seat conversationalists in the movies annoy Helen . . . likes cutting up the rugs . . . tickles the ivories on a piano . . . ambition. to tick at a typewriter. IAMES VAN ALSTIN . . . "Iimmy" wants to go to col- lege and visit Hawaii . . . a talented Hawaiian guitar player . . . enioys chemistry. radio and lemon cream pie . . . future research chemist . . . notebooks are his pet peeve. CAROLYN VAN DENPLAS . . . "Puny" aspires to be a iournalist . . . likes anything chocolate. sports and sport clothes . . . ideal person is Santa Claus . . . dislikes glamour girls and people who call her "Caroline"' . . . Star Staff. Press Club. G.A.A. CAROLYN WABICH . . . "Mousie's" ambition is to be a surgeon . . . hunts big game up North . . . United States, Canada. Mexico, Alaska her travels . . . log cabin her destination . . . great lover of all sports. ROBERT WAGNER . . . First class engineer and vice- president of National Airlines is "Wag's" ambition . . . bowling, golf- ing, and school take most of his time . . . dislikes dancing on a crowded floor . . . harmonica player. IUNE WAHL . . . "Iune Prune" would like to become a secretary . . . likes shorthand, Dick Iurqens and bowl- ing . . . fond of chop suey . . . admires Mrs. Beach . . . has an agreeable personality . . . Stein Sten. G.A.A. FAY WALL . . . A smile for all has Fay . . . gum crackers irk her feminine nature . . . enioys dancing and roller skating . . . N.H.S.. Dardanelles. Office Service. Stein Sten. WILLIAM WALLACE . . . To be a concert band director is "Bill's" ambition . . . teachers with a sense of humor rate high on his list of likes . . . a future aviation mechanic . . . a stamp collector. WILLIAM WALSH . . . "Bill" has a dream to travel to Africa some day' . . . his future will be spent as a steam- fitter first-class. f'f course . . . Bob Hope is his ideal Person . . . enioys sports and movies . . . admires Mr. Swem. CHARLES WEIGEL . . . "Chuck" likes nearly everybody . . . talents: swimming, photography . . . ideal person is his father . . . future research chemist . . . dumplings and brown butter satisfy him . . . Student Council and Court. Debate Club. N.H.S. ROBERT WEIDL . . . "Bob" will be rx tool maker . . . women drivers peeve him . . . likes football and hot food . . . trav- eled to Canada and famous Mt. Rushmore . . . admires Mr. Nalecz. WILLIAM WENGER . . . This penny col- lector hopes to be civil engineer . . . future college graduate . . . food. sports are always on his popular list . . . no'dish washing for "Bill" . . . Vice-President Class, Basketball Team. IEAN WHETHERHULT . . . "Ieannie" is interested in chemistry. piano playing . . . despises conceited fellows and backdoor- salesmen . . . has been to Washington. Massachusetts, Alabama and Canada . . . Green Curtain Players, French Club. EDWARD WHITE . . . "Eddie" is a talented car washer . . . also a radio tuner . . . likes going out with girls who are not stuck-up . . . says "yes" to iuicy steaks and sport clothes . . . a future aviator. MARY WHITE . . . Ambition-to see the world through rose-colored glasses . . . harbors no love for house- work . . . has been to California . . . future secretary . . . Iudy Gar- land her ideal . . . Student Council. G.A.A. ' GAYLE WITHERELL . . . To visit the land of pineapple iuice is "Red's" ambition . . . chicken. sport clothes and bowling go right down the center with her . . . admires Mr. Bradley. CARL WOLLEN . . . "Snookie" skiis like the breeze . . . travels through the country-thumb style . . . desires to attend the University of California . . . detests publicity hounds . . . Sigma Quad. Pre-Medics. Riding Club. RITA WONSOFF . . . "Iazzy" likes people. fun. traveling and iournalism . . . ambition. to be a professor of iournalism or a novelist . . . singing and writing constitute her tal- ents . . . As We Like It. Press Club. Star Staff, Student Council. AURELIA WYDRA . . . A model housewife to be is this nimble waltz enthusiast . . . enioys a iolly time when out . . . swimming and ping- pong her likes . . . future secretary . . . Red Cross. DOROTHY YAGER . . . "Dee Dee" desires to attend Normal and be a physical education teacher . . . don't crack your knuckles around this lady . . . Horace Heidt's orchestra spells perfect bliss . . . sports clothes claim her attention. RICHARD YOUNG . . . "Dick". future chemical engineer . . . maybe an author . . . plays Hawaiian guitar . . . an excellent swimmer . . . dislikes being asked how he can tell himself from his twin . . . Student Council, Math, Alchemstein, De- bating. N.H.S. RONALD VEARA . . . Silly girls peeve him . . . likes swing music and all sports . . . says his talents are unlimited . . . hobby is col- lecting "boogie woogie" records . . . a future office worker. ROGER VERNON . . . Slow walker. speedy talker . . . future history teacher . . . likes reading. history, public speaking . . . will follow in Mr. Bradley's, Mr. McAlphine's, or Mr. I'Ierrick's foot- steps . . . Debate Club. Literary Club. CHARLES VOGT . . . A future pharmacist . , . "Mick" would like to own a drug store . . . likes chemistry. mystery and detective stories . . . is talented in gymnastics . . . Hall Guard. Police. CASIMIR WALCZAK . . . "Casey" enioys horseback riding and bowl- ing . . . hopes to be admitted into the Air Corps . . . gum crackers annoy him greatly . . . technical course . . . Lunch Room Police. GENEVIEVE WALCZYK . . . "Iean" aims to be rich at a ripe young age . . . a good little history pupil . . . wishes to be like "Mom" . . . future song writer or iournalist . . . likes to collect pictures. RICHARD WALKER . . . A future radio operator . . . likes sports. turkey and chicken . . . builds and tears apart radios in his spare time . . . plays piano and saxophone . . . hasn't done much traveling . . . Boys' Choir. IOSEPH WANAT . . . "Bulla" wants to be a pearl diver . . . likes money and playing bunco . . . The Lone Ranger represents his ideal . . . a talented musician. ROBERT WATSON . . . "Bob" will serve customers after serving in the army . . . roller skating and movies are his present delights . . . girls who smoke peeve him . . . ideal is "Andy Hardy." MARY IANE WEBER . . . "Lady lane" dotes on nice music . . . strums a guitar . . . future "number, please" girl . . . thinks fresh boys and iitterbugs crude . . . roller skating and tennis are her sports . . . Stein Sten. G.A.A. HANS WENZEL . . . "Maxie" hates the alarm clock. but likes his mathematics . . . this future engineer has actually seen the Empire State . . . Student Council. Rifle Team. Bowling Team. N.H.S. LORETTA WERNER . . . "Lottie" aspires to have an all- girls' swing band and tour the forty-eight states . . . her sister is her ideal . . . likes all music . . . admires Ieanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy . . . Polish Club. FRANCES WEYDERT . . . To be haPPY is Fran's ambition . . . loves to read . . . especially Emily Bronte . . . doesn't like eating sweet pickles . . . thinks it's foolish to have an ideal person . . . History Club. JEROME WIECZOREK . . . "Fritz" is a talented saxophone player . . . wants to get into a good dance orchestra . . . likes all sports and swing music . . . girls who put make-up on in lunchrooms or class- rooms annoy him . . . Polish Club. CAROLINE WIESENMAYER . . . An accountant is "Wei- se's" future goal . . . dancing. bowling and roller skating rank high with her . . . pianist and dime collector . . . dislikes braggers . . . German Club. G.A.A. CAROLYN WILLIAMS . . . "Carrie's" hobby is collecting pennies . . . likes swing music. but no iitterbugs . . . alarm clocks in the morning get her down . . . to belong to the Woman's Symphony Orchestra is her ambition . . . Symphony Or- chestra. Girls' Choir. Latin Club. BARBARA WOOD . . . To college she'll go . . . following the career of her ideal. Miss Haley . . . has traveled throughout the central states . . . Student Council. Dardanelles. H.H.S. EUGENE WOODSIDE . . . Ambition is "Woody's" mid- dle name . . . a General Science course will help him to become a future surgeon . . . girls who smoke-they're his peeves . . . Pre- Medics. Sigma Quad. LORRAINE WROBLESKI . . . "Lorrie" hopes her future will be exciting . . . doesn't like conceited boys . . . to excel in office work is her ambition . . . collects poetry . . . Senior Choir. Cycle Club. Polish Club. G.A.A. ROBERT YOUNG . , . "Bob" likes chemistry . . . future chemical engi- neer . . . a talented swimmer . . . amuses his friends by playing the guitar . . . admires Miss Fosse . . . Student Council. Debate Club. N.H.S.. Math Club. - ROSEMARIE ZARRILLO . . . "Babe" obiects when gos- sips decide to exchange news at movie funless the gossip is more interestingl . . . collects short stories . . . future in iournalism . . . Student Council. Office Service. ELINOR ZEMRUS . . . Concerto in B flat minor and Glen Miller's orchestra are tops with "El" . . . backdoor salesmen are her only nightmares . . . snapshot fiend . . . future sur- gical nurse . . . Polish Club. . 'R a Q A Mm ., V :N yy 1 X X ik w - 1:5- . X +C X xr N5:::..f,-3-.- ,I .,-, ix Q :5:5gag1:::::..1::kg,:j'deaf' N K - Q X as K X ea SX al. 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Snow Ruth Andreen Lee Scott Ierry Chambers Erlene Nordboe Marilyn Dyer Bob laccino Shizeo Okomoto Marion Frick Kenneth Priestap Carolyn Williams Elaine Thill Alma Hehn Gwendolyn Hansen Edward Fernweger Alice Olsen Eugene Woodside Caryal Lenberg Howard Schwalb Alpha Szudiak Kenneth Schmitt Shirley Breeze Letter Girls. SYLVIA ZIELINSKI . . . "Silver" aims to become a gym teacher . . . E talents are athletics . . . ideal person is Miss Selinger . . . her likes are turkey. sport clothes and sociable people . . . G.A.A. Board. WALTER ZWIERZYCKI . . . Walter's ambition is to be- come an aeronautical engineer . . . collects aviation photographs . . . incapable singers annoy him . . . "Wicky" admires Iimmy Dorsey and Freddy Martin . . . favorite food is pheasant. GRADUATES NOT PHOTOGRAPHED Richard Eenoch Ioe Santourian Chester Loda Margaret Schluensen Robert Mraz Edward Schultz Chester Mucha Herbert Trim Regina Ott committees CLASS GIFT COMMITTEE- Sponsor: Miss Spector George Oienloch Frank De Bellis Octavio Alonzo Dora Silvestri Chairman: Bob Frelich Delores Schmidt Ralph Huntziker Violet Hedtke Mary Lou Nodvedt FINANCE COMMITTEE Chairman: Kenneth Schmitt Mary Kuehiuss Martha Chudik Ieannette Ciaglo Grace Loring Eleanor Kalemba F Leone Kelly Iune Bell Edmund Bradke PIN 6. RING COMMITTEE Shizio Okomoto Calvin Geschke Eleanor Bier Elizabeth Haase LaNetta Schwader Doris Labancz Helen Cichy Isabelle Maziarz SOCIAL COMMTTEE Sponsor: Miss Grant Chairman: Paul Breitsprecher George Otenloch Marvella Ahlers Elizabeth Mahoney Ralph Huntzicker Shirley Breese ' lack Rose Glenda Rysell Shirley Kachmarek CHRISTMAS TREE COMMITTEE Chairman: Delores Mandelky Shirley Breese Mary Kuehiuss Tavio Alonzo Fay Wall Aurelia Wydra Roy Klotz Robert Frelich Evelyn Swetlik PROM COMMITTEE Gini Ostring Richard Young Molly Nutti Hans Wenzel Loisanne F ahringer Louise Kunde Glenda Rysell Alberta Newman CLASS DAY COMMITTEE Chairman: Glen Marsh Iosephine Triolo Robert Young Margaret Fagrelius Florence Leschmann Mary Lawceiwiez Dan Manczak Renee Marnzcak Robert Nicholson ANNOUNCEMENT COMMITTEE Chairman: Verna Chramer Olza Parayko Leonard Caltisch Margaret Sauter Ingrid Anderson Eleanor Drake. Olza Danilevich Dorothy Rowe Mary Iane Connick 4B NOMINATING COMMITTEE Harry Grider Calvin Geschke Iosephine Triola Lorraine Thurnes Frank De Bellis Molly Nuti Iune Bell Donald Hamilton Violet Choplin Howard Eck Florence Leschmann Ralph Huntziker Violet Hedtke Robert Seward Irene Olendzki Ralph Melsheimer Helen Rondelman Susanne Gilbert Iean Manson Dcris Martin William Parisoli Robert Latall Rochelle Kofi Lois Hartung Irene Olendzki Dolores Daus Ole Olsen Eleanor Iohnson Lieselotte Schmuecking Bob Kotowski Barbara Wood Chris Byone La Vergne Thyiault Grace Bellezza Rita Collins Tecla Longo Bob Kotowski Ioni Higham Ronald Veara Rosemary Kuch Ole Olsen Kathryn Haugland Robert Rosenberg Lois Schauer Irving Sandback Charlotte Laughlin Marie Martinek Virginia Nagel Gerald Smorowksi Ellen Mannix Bob Latall Kathryn Houglarned Iames Kantzavelos Rose Fabiani Ronald Veara Jan. 1940 Anderson, David C.- Anderson, Henry R. Anzelmo, Sam S. Arnold, Robert Artelt, Edwn Berry, R. Rae Biernat, Harold Beschke, George J. Biging, Elmer Bloom, Richard Boehm, Robert Boeykens, Leon Bolden, Eugene Bondeson, Carl Bonifede, Phil. Borup, Edgar Bozek, Walter J. Breese, Wlliam Bremmer, Henry Bronsiarczyk, Ray. J . Bryll, Medard Burra, Robert B. Butzbach, Charles Babe, Robert H., Jr. Casey, George Chiaruttini, Alfred Chuipek, Ray Clarke, James Clarke, Patrick Cloud, Edward Cloud, Joseph Christiansen, C. Warren Cugier, Theodore Cummings, William Curatola, Frank Damato, Lawrence C. DeBellis, Anthony DeWald, James DiSilvestro, Pete Dittman, Robert Doerina, John Dopke, Keneth Dopp, John Dougherty, Georgia Downing, Robert Draut, William Dreischarf, Paul Dreischarf, Edmond Duma, Bruno J. Elsen, Fred Ericksen, Raymond Erne, Earl Erickson, Norman Ernsting, Fred Falk, Phillip Farmer, Robert Farnsworth, Roy Fay, John Ferreri, Frank Ferris, Benjamin R. Filipowski, Milton Frankowski, Alex Garstka, Edward Garstka. Stanley Gerali, Harry Giebel, Norman T. Gillespie. James Gillis, Robert Allen Gilmore. Ernest L. Glaser, Russell Grant, Eugene Jan. June Jan. June Feb. June June Bday Feb. Dec. Bday Jan. Ddan June June June June June June June June Jan. June June June June Sept June June Jan. June June Jan. June June Jan. June June Jan. June June June June Feb. Jan. June Jan. Jan. Jan. June June June Jan. June June Jan. June Feb. June June Jan. June June June 1942 1940 1938 1937 1936 1936 1936 1939 1935 1941 1940 1937 1942 1936 1940 1936 1940 1941 1935 1938 1937 1941 1937 1936 1937 1936 1937 1940 1941 1941 1936 1940 1937 1937 1936 1937 1935 1941 1938 1938 1941 1937 1938 1939 1939 1939 1937 1941 1937 1941 1937 1939 1942 1940 1941 1941 1937 1938 1940 1937 1936 1936 1939 1938 1938 1937 1939 1936 1941 LM' OHOI' QW O!! Guth, John 1938 Hamilton, Raymond Jan. 1937 Hansen, Arthur L. Feb. 1941 Hansen, James Jan. 1939 Hanson, David L. June 1937 Harvey, Daniel June 1937 Haugland, Charles 1937 Hjertstedt, Kenneth Oct. 1940 Hurley, Joseph 1935 Ilseman, Robert 1939 Jelinek, Henry Feb. 1938 Jones, Wilfred Robert June 1940 Jorgensen, Hans K. June 1940 Jorgensen, Paul F. June 1937 Jorgenson, Ralph F. June 1937 Just, Wayne Feb. 1941 Kaminski, Frank June 1938 Kelly, John F. 1938 Kirkpatrick, Henry 1938 Kirkpatrick, Homer 1938 Koch, Curtis 1939 Koden, Joseph June 1938 Kohlhass, Richard Dec. 1941 Krampach, Thomas Nov. 1939 Knudsen, Lawrence June 1937 Krug, Richard June 1939 Kuzma, William Jan. 1938 Ladendorf, Frank C. June 1937 Lange, Paul 1938 Larsen, H. W. Jan. 1940 Larsen, Roy June 1941 Lehman, William June 1940 LiFonti, Anthonv Jan. 1940 Linder, Henry C. June 1939 Liss, Stanlev 1936 Lombardo, Eugene June 1939 Long, John June 1937 Lorenz, Elmer H. 1938 Lorenz, Clyde June 1939 Lorenz, Warren June 1939 Lueder, John Dec. 1941 Mahle, Lawrence June 1937 Majewski, Lawrence L. 1937 ir TEACHERS IN SERVICE Hubert Anderson Charles Gecan , William Siegel IN MEMORIAM Curtis Koch 1919 1942 U S Navy Reserve Seaman First Class First Steinmetz fatality 1n World War II Died in action when boat was tor edoed uc His early 1dent1ty was confused with that of a St Paul Minn boy named Koch however later his body was brought to the home of his parents P and set aflame in the Atlan- Mall, Robert Marsolias, Douglas Masson, Joe Meister, Edwin Melsheimer, John R. Mescha, Edward A Meskan, Robert Michalak, Joseph Milano, Rocco D. Molzahn, E. O. Morong, Tom Mortensen, Art. McGonigal, Frank Nelson, Harold V. Nelson, Robert North, Harold G. Patience, Robert . Paus, Raymond A. Penaska, John Penksaw, Bernard Phillips, Robert Pontarelli, Frank Pressney, Ray Price, Charles M. Randall, Franklin R. Rapoez, Edwin Rawlings, Patrick Reed, Milford Reimann, Charles G. Rostan, John Salvesen, Raymond Sanders, Karl Sanelli, Anthony R. Schaeffer, Val Shallbetter, George Schanel, James Sherman, Jerry James Skarzynski, Joseph Schwerin, Fred Shrader, Lee Smith, John D. Snyder, Robert Souvarine, Jack Stankavich, Nick Stracek, Edward J . Stewart, William Scott Sutton, Earl Szczepanik, Joseph Stott, Christopher Stratton, Thomas Strutz, RaV Tibbetts, Robert W. Taloga, Theodore J . Thealoges, Nick Twohill, Robert Vano, Louis Von Bampus, Richard Vosecky, Eugene W. Voskuil. Robert C. Vruno. Joseph Weinel, Harold F. Westerman, Fred Williams, Jack Wilson, Maurice E. Wiszo-Waty, E. W. Wion, Robert Wolf, Harold Wollschlaeger, George T. Zappen, Peter Ziolkowski, Joseph L. Zieger, Edward June 1940 June 1941 June 1940 Feb. 1937 June 1937 Jan. 1938 June 1936 Jan. 1938 1938 1937 June 1936 Jan. 1938 June 1941 Jan. 1938 Feb. 1940 June 1939 Jan. 1939 June 1938 June 1939 Jan. 1940 June 1941 Feb. 1936 June 1939 Oct. 1939 June 1938 May 1939 June 1936 Feb. 1936 Jan. 1936 June 1937 June 1938 Feb. 1939 June 1940 Jan. 1940 June 1937 June 1937 June 1937 June 1941 Jan. 1938 Sept. 1940 June 1935 June, 1938 June 1939 Jan. 1940 June 1939 June 1939 Jan. 1939 June 1941 June 1940 June 1937 June 1937 June 1939 June 1936 Jan. 1937 June 1937 June 1938 Jan. 1939 Feb. 1941 June 1935 June 1939 1937 Dec. 1940 Jan. 1939 1939 June 1939 June 1939 June 1936 June 1938 Ni yn F M."-r . .W mx Qglze last Cggarewe 45I ROW 1: G. Kalorniris, R. Spann. R. Weber. R. Iohnson, E. Oddo. E. Buck. T. Callas. D. McBlaine, S. Oliveto, R. Ulrich. ROW 2: A. Tucker. R. Horban, V. Heine. R. Lavieri. I. Di Guilo, H. Rowe. R. McBlaine. I. Frank- enberger, R. Hack. V. Wagner. R. Murphy. ROW 3: S. Lavine, C. Sandahl. L. O'Sullivan. C. Baldridge. L. O'Sullivan. D. Gotaas. G. Goldstein. W. Bradley. L. Benson. A. Halvorsen, A. Schultz. H. Knolle. W. Wag- ner, M. Morrison, Miss Rehm. 452 , ROW 1: T. Kouiourian, D. Smith, R. Diephouse. L. Semon, I. Gotlstein. G. Binkowski, E. Iohnston. P. May. S. Longo, I. Ryback. ROW 2: T. Fahlbacher. E. Kad- zielowski. H. Hockert, L. Fahlender. M. Kiney. E. Tuma. H. Sherwood, T. Taylor. L. Garvy. M. Hansen. ROW 3: F. Scribano, C. Henke. H. Zagoren, H. Williamson. M. Mussay. A. Williksen. R. Perry. G. Limbaugh. W. Schroeder. ROW 4: I. Scardina, G. Casterton. F. Bohac. R. Paap. 453 ROW l: M. Maggio, R. Gregorio, G. Demas. I. Lee. L. Zinaty. I. Arbogash. W. Bowman. ROW 2: D. Fan- nella. M. Cipri, H. Trim. G. Koegelheider. N. Bielowski, M. Kecseg. K. Rosen, R. Possehl, W. Moeller. ROW 3: E. Miller. L. Bockholt. F. Tuscic. R. Lindenberg. I. Meyer. E. Haski, L. Letsche. E. Kucera. A. Stas. I. Sundberg, E. Peterson. ROW 4: A. Dobis, L. Tuttle. E. Goetz. C. 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A. Miraglia. R. Icenogle, A. Drozd E. Haleman, L. Hafeman, L. Iennings. ROW 2: V. Brown. D. Hendrik- sen. A. Meskan. A. Goethe, A. Borris. R. Iana. F. Kowalcyzski. ROW 3: A. Humbrock, E. Wolownik, W. Dahl, R. Daley, R. Christiansen. I Hendry, M. Borqhesi. 45I ROW 1: E. Barker, F. Emsley, R. Kezele, F. Knudsen, B. Horne, E. Anderson. N. Carone. ROW 2: L. Knekow, M. Frick. P. Breitspecker, E Eddy, A. Iwaszczuk. G. Holzem. R. Handzel. ROW 3: I. Hall, C. Sag rneisier. A. Bayer. L. Podolak, E. Furnweger, E. Anderson. ROW 4: I. Carmichael, I. Chambers. I. Cherhavy, R. Bloom. E. McDowell, I DuBois, Miss Boller. ROW I: M. Favaro, L. Musengo, A. Larsen. I. Sampou. E. Larson, B Kearns. ROW 2: M. Nicol, L. Bauer. E. Antonsen, I. Bogdanski. D. Maiewski, F. McClellan, A. Olsen. ROW 3: V. Kuemmel. P. Stone. I Penkava. C. Baylian. E. Olsen. S. McCreary. S. Ray. ROW 4: W. Lund B. Rogers, F. Mariyn. R. Pummer, I. Pohl, E. Nordboe, P. Benardi. I G. Marsh. ROW 5: R. Rubom. T. Zimmerman, E. Rogers, K. Priestap. E. Noga. E. Woodside. H. Pabich, W. Schrader, H. Matson. 1 a 1 ROW 1: I. Thompson. E. Koepke. V. Tarpinian, M. Stime, W. Snow, C. Lenberq. C. Mikuta. ROW 2: D. Maiewski, I. Schnapp. L. Warner. V. Stawarz, H. Schwab. M. Schroeder. D. Terlau. ROW 3: C. Sullivan. L. Seges, L. Wroblewski. R. Creely, M. Dyer, T. Leiser, R. Wonsofi. ROW 4: O. Selzer, C. Wieqel. L. Schendel, M. Costello. C. Williams. ROW 5: I. Iaquesh. L. Tyber. C. Bocknick. I. Ciezadlo. F. Aden, E. Simonian. Miss Selinger. 454 ROW 1: G. Walczyk. I. Bevilacqua, A. Szuitk, L. Lang, K. Schmidt. R. Sadowski, H. Vallas. ROW 2: R. Andreen. H. Vallas, R. Anderson, L. Lewandowski, R. Iacobsen, I. Fitzgerald, R. Vernon. ROW 3: F. Tam- borino, L. Slwinski, V. Icobazzi, R. Gazda, A. Haase, M. Tansor, W. Martens, E. Thill. ROW 4: M. Collins. S. Schovain, I. Haase, R. Iaccino, E. Harper. E. Gierman. 455 ROW 1: H. Harrington. F. Campese. N. Ludkowski, E. Skierka, L. Tierney. I. Iemiolo. ROW 2: M. Fehlhaber. I. Davis, A. Emma, C. Rug- gentaler, L. Stachura, D. Fitzgerald, H. Grider. ROW 3: Miss Adams. I. Wahl. D. Andren. S. Breeze. A. Graniero. A. Hehn. ROW 4: I. Smith, E. Freitag. S. Spillar, I. Mason. nc! llQI'Q QQ 04718 456 I ROW 1: P. Nelson. L. Liberio, F. Carmody, M. Harmon, N. Buchardl. S. Zielinski, G. Witheral. ROW 2: E. Kowolewski, V. Ostrinq, I. Nigqel- inq, L. Mroz, I. Triolo. O. Porayko, G. Ofenlock. ROW 3: W. Walsch Miss O'Brien, A. Markese, R. McDonough, V. Maibenco. R. Holesovsky L. Linstedt, M. Kuehfuss. ROW 4: W. Zwierzycki, I. Hahn, C. Lehman G. Straiker, G. Chaban. E. Schultz, C. Geshke. L. Sanders. 457 ROW 1: G. Chieppa. S. Keniosian. K. Pertile, R. Dennler. L. Thurnes, E. Mahoney, A. Capannelli. ROW 2: I. Matthews, L. Schwader. I Hassler, A. Skouq, R. Hunter, L. Dick, L. Findley. ROW 3: C. Simon C. Hancock, H. Coudek, H. Adamski, M. Chudik, F. DeBellis. V. Ser: bicki, C. Colaianni. ROW 4: N. Laski, C. Cook, C. Fallt, L. Hall, H Hanson. L. Cailish, R. Younq, R. Young. ROW 1: O. Cablk. E. Kalemba. M. Steigerwald. M. Chuipek, H. Becker ROW 2: C. Wollen, M. Nuti, M. Sauter, A. Snyder, H. Kluch. O. Alonze. I. Keniosian. ROW 3: B. Salversen, H. Cichy, M. Logothelti. C. Hoppe, L. Burns, M. Lawcewicz. ROW 4: L. Korcz, B. Moore, R. Klinger, M. Kvinge, R. Weidl, W. Hampel. 1 1 1 CZHQQS UW . ITLQTIC 459 ROW 1: R. Angileri, C. Thies, F. Penskav, I. Bell, B. Cornelius, A. Rus- cito. ROW 2: I. Snow. R. Maruzcak. I. Anderson. F. Wall. E. Bier. R. Reichard. ROW 3: I. Whelherhult, H. Wenzel, R. Watson, W. Peterson, I. Rose. ROW 4: Miss Sechler, I. McNamara, F. Oswald, I. McCormick. W. Balousek, I. Lueder. S. Sorelas. 460 ROW 1: M. Davis, D. Schmidt, R. Pantus, L. Kaas, E. Niekamp, B. Groe. W. Gillis. ROW 2: E. Haase, E. Christiansen, M. Lewis, E. Powell, E. Urban. E. Drake, R. Blaylock. ROW 3: B. Emerson, I. Ciaqlo, M. Fagrelius, I. Shahez, O. Hurst. V. Choplan, E. Doerinq, M. Ahlers. ROW 4: H. Andersen, R. Branzowsky, I. Guirgin. G. Friendlee, H. Eck, F. Anderson, F. Ofenloch, V. Sleqer, M. Bieze. ROW 5: Miss Thorsson, V. Hanson, O. Misina. 46I ROW 1: O. Danilovitz, L. Iaacks, M. Palesch, D. Miller, L. Luiz, N. Arquillcr, L. Kaminsky. ROW 2: L. Kunde. I. Lazzarini, F. Abel, A. Mucci, S. Hansen. I. Lieber. I. Hanson. ROW 3: G. Hargreaves. M. Ianowiak, L. Ferrara, D. Labancz, L. Kruse, G. Lcrwrenz. E. Li Fonti. ROW 4: H. Donatelli, R. Huntzicker, F. Leschmann. R. Panczak, R. Miiacek, W. Holland, Mr. Anderson. S S . C 462 ROW 1: G. May, M. Litrenta, D. Gross, L. Porter, L. Schmidt, M. Sherr. L. Rachanski, G. Rysell. ROW 2: R. Frelich, L. Schmude, V. Hedtke. M. Stramaglia, I. Mortensen, E. Eckert, I. Maziarz. ROW 3: R. Broadhead. L. Kelly, S. Marsiglia, I. Mikkelsen. G. Mahoney. D. Poole. E. Mass, E. Bcrrczuk. ROW 4: R. Seward. I. Spielman, C. Micek, G. Novak, S. Off, L. Schucher, D. Rowe, B. Carlson, D. Manczak, G. Phillips, Mr. Mueller. 463 ROW 1: C. Amodeo, D. Rademacher, C. Wiesen- mayer. C. Roark, R. Zarrillo, P. McGregor, B. Iac- ques. ROW 2: R. Melsheimer. H. Serone, A. Con- nick. F. Weydert, D. Shepard, M. Weber, E. Bradtke. ROW 3: A. Newman, E. Iahnke, S. Kacz- marek, I. Olendzki, E. Zemrus. M. Connick, M. Bava, I. Hunt, Mrs. Haas. ROW 4: R. Noll, W. Gauqer. T. Schulist, M. Nodtvedt, R. Nicholson, R. Mraz, L. Tanski, I. Ossler, R. Emberg. 464 ROW 1: P. Pillinq, H. Lescewicz. L. Schmuecking, A. Dudziak, V. Nagel, D. Daus. V. Chramer. ROW 2: H. Choske, M. Kluch. T. Longo, E. Swetlik, R. Kluch. I. Curtis. L. DiSandro. ROW 3: I. Abraham, P. Sobanski. E. Garbarski, D. Bartels. I. Mangan. I. Wieczorek. Miss Baer. ROW 4: L. Schauer, R. Kuhns, R. Kalenian, G. Smorowski. I. Nickele, A. O'Brien. 465 ROW 1: K. Albert, E. Ploetz, A. Niles. R. Latall. M. White, R. Rinehart, D. Mendelkey. ROW 2: I. Findley, H. Hintz, M. Durachta. L. Kerber, I. Michel- lotti. L. Thyiault, O. Olsen. ROW 3: W. Stafford, C. Gilberto, R. Roeing, I. Wanat. I. Takis. S. Gilbert. ROW 4: G. Sandback, E. Eifertz. E. White, R. Kotowski, E. Mannix, Miss Grant. 466 ROW 1: G. Bellezza, D. Lapp. I. Higham, L. Sereno. O. Nakoneczny. T. Tomei, R. Koif. K. Hauglcmd. ROW 2: E. Iohnson, A. Partipilo, L. Lewis, 1. Kant- zavelos, B. Hall, E. Kast, F. Sorrentino. ROW 2: M. Melzer, E. Holub, T. Molgaard, I. Holi, I. Man- son. E. Centner, M. Iahnke. ROW 4: G. Cech, C. Bennison. B. Wood. C. Laughlin, C. Wabash, E. Sadowski, Mr. Frelich. 467 UPPER LEFT-ROW 1: R. Fabiana. M. Martinek, K. Matthews, I.. Hartunq. I. Van Alsten, R. Walker. C. Bione. ROW 2: L. Cardelli, C. Vogt, I. Moak, R. Veara. W. Gordon. R. Harris. ROW 3: D. Martin. B. Wenger. R. Cloud, H. Held. I. Burton, R. Tychsen. ROW 4: C. Todd. E. Trandel, R. Mark. S. Peterson. R. Rosenberg. D. Bachar. 4OI UPPER RIGHT-ROW 1: V. Stella, R. Andriano. H. Randalman. I. Liberio, H. Maxwell. C. Stewart, L. Kovale. G. Bold. ROW 2: I. Schwab, C. Doerr. H. Bentson. A. Bowarchuk, I. Closs, K. Cappella. I. Koerner, E. Siemieniec. C. Benson. E. Carpenter UPPER CENTER RIGHT-ROW 1: G. Anqileri, R. Miotto, M. Mayr, R. Holbach, D. Ierabek. M. Gillespie, M. Roosen. ROW 2: L. Tips hus, C. Vogel, E. Lederer. M. Elstner, C. Blanchard, L. Iasinski. ROW 3: H. Lonq. I. Anderson, E. Lenz. D. Davanelos, C. F elt. R. Grubba. L. Vezis. I. Ossman. ler E Ladendori M Bailey L Iohnson D Baron ROW 2 M Trace P Ewald C Kllck L Daw F Ekqulst V Baldy B Cole I Tlben 3: I. Renner, I. Arcuccl. G. Kersch. R. Ferner. H. Louicks. M. Y. ROW Grutta- LOWER LEFT-ROW 1: F . Iadwick, I. Hassel, S. Hapanovich, E. Fied- m douro. H. Adams. ROW 4: Mrs. Calverly. L. Ver Vers. D. Fre Vinge, E. Eudeikes. ith. R. our T9 Wzust 6916149 C9 404 LOWER CENTER RIGHT-ROW 1: I. Cibula. A. Kaiser, K. Smith. M Iohnson. I. Peters, V. Koressian. ROW 2: G. Schmelbeck. I. Winzen holler, R. Pasternak. B. Nelson. R. Rusick. ROW 3: H. Theise. Mr. Cook 405 LOWER RIGHT-ROW 41: L. Paulsen. B. Poulsen. H. Tempenar, M Stacey. A. Ploetz, M. Zwicky. ROW 2: E. Miotto, F. Shragal, R. Lever A. Theis. I. Danielson, B. Stazak. N. Mroz. ROW 3: R. Peters, B. Rosson B. Klitzke. N. Simonsen. L. Spread. Y. La Cesa. ROW 4: B. Trandel, C Hansen. C. Hefferon. R. Iohnson. ew 4fL7fZU47'L er. .Gigli i Q. .1 ,ygheg .gre Glzolce I 406 ROW 1: I. Santouricm. I. Szczepanik, W. Pytell, D. Schroeder, I. Foote. T. Takis. ROW 2: S. Alveshire, P. Keller. V. Di Tommaso, A. Oliveto, B. Marion, T. Ferrier, E. Mrugracz. ROW 1: R. Scharer, R. Gustafson, S. Iohnson, E. Hoelterotf, P. Caruso. ROW 2: I. Telleison, L. Huska, G. Stack, G. Bruce, L. Granstatf. ROW 3: Mrs. Taglia. H. Kennedy. S. Babiarz, T. Teisler, I. Krausteldt. R. Black. ROW 1: D. Christensen, M. Reuhl, M. Clarke, B. Brychcr, M. McLead. I. Asquini. R. Ecker, F. Sunseri. ROW 2: E. Berqe, R. Potter, C. Schultz. R. Woods. E. Fabbri. I. White. O. Sieber. L. Burny. A. Kroll. ROW 1: M. Walters, G. Karambelos, E. Guettler, D. Dalton. V. Mrya M. Pomerlo, M. Brown. ROW 2: R. Kedrick, D. Senke, F. Kepner. C. Szymusik, A. Smith, E. Koehler, L. Weiss. ROW 3: Miss Gorka. A. Strader, S. Czok, I. Wabby. W. Wolodkin, D. Heidenson. ROW 1: M. Schmidt. I. ViPond. H. Patterson, M. Shields, A. Searles, I. Fecura, I. Vruno, E. Martindale, S. Miller, M. Sahasky, L. Michner ROW 1: S. Kaylegian, C. Leone, M. LePore. L. Iensky. B. Ccrvitt. A. Papandrea, L. Radtke, L. Hagstrom. ROW 2: M. Kale, E. Long. G. Ianke, G. LaFayette, E. Erickson. E. Wittrock, P. Tietz, G. Wahlstedt. ou ,re ext uniors 353 ROW 1: P. Lustgarten. L. Bugno. D. Baldi. V. Bielawa. E. Damiani. G. Allegretti, L. Arkus. ROW 2: T. Carone. M. Chellin. M. Adsit S. Langer. I. Rasmussen. H. Mahoney. ROW 3: A. Thake. C. Bochnikl I. Collier. A. Kopaz. E. Hagen. C. Pawlowski. 354 ROW 1: H. Holzen, B. Iohnson. M. Chapchuck. L. Cribari, I. Tierney S. Walsh. H. Coloris. ROW 2: O. Kashul. H. Bochte. B. Dicomes S. Nuenfeld. L. Bernecki. N. Seaman. M. Korabil. D. Vassallo. I. Osberg ROW 3: I. Iohnson. E. Holmgren, G. Di Bellis. I. Salyers. D. Tenqer strom. W. Sigwalt. Miss Bergh, C. Breitunq. ROW 4: M. Zarko, V. Iohn son, N. Constantini. E. Swiatek. L. Shill. M. Iust, R. Brandl. L. Hacker G. Comella. V. Abrahmson. E. Miske. ROW 1: M. Slezak. G. Girasole. I. Sarney, D. Schultz, L. De Vries V. Morris. ROW 2: Miss Gruener. C. Wastel. T. Fahy. R. Colby. R. Hampton. A. Merker. R. Benedict. ROW 3: Y. Fallt. F. Dorian. H. Foss, M. Hiertstedt. I gt Qepencfs C941 356 ROW 1: I. Lee. R. Cinquegrani. L. Thompsen. M. Schladweiler. C. Prill A. Peterson. B. Strand. A. Newell. ROW 2: M. Stalder. D. Owczarzak P. Mazzoni, D. Holubick. W. Choate. A. Basso. L. Kvinqe. G. Campeol ROW 3: G. Permanian. E. Soban. C. Kalenian. I. Kilmer. D. Farwell I. Lichtenstein, I. Potempa. R. Anderson. ROW 4: D. Iacobs. R. Iezuit C. Gaisor. R. Peters. F. Lubien. I. Hennes, R. Ellison. 357 ROW 1: V. Bartoseh, E. Abbruzzini. F. Rossi. M. Kvatarnek. D. Kazmer Miss Kilgour. F. Arabian. ROW 2: F. Hank. R. Enders. S. Waldo R. Donigian. V. Sturgeon. B. Hotlberq. ROW 3: W. Rieqer. R. Runblad R. Piel. 358 ROW 1: T. Farinella. M. Haack. S. Zundel. B. Richards, S. Murphay W. Gazda. I. Custin. ROW 2: A. Walski. T. Wasiliewski, P. Mason M. McEvoy. D. Nuenfeld. V. Novak. W. Nyman. ROW 3: G. Swanson C. Liebich, L. Linsner, D. Kirchner, R. Prasky, C. Kadell. L. Sass ROW 4: D. Condo. S. Rheinberqer. E. Szorow. I. Mueller. C. Donohue I. Spann. H. Iverhouse. .X .Q-.xw:.rm ,,,- , , . . .. V I I a I I 1 359 ROW 1: F. White, E. Ruggio. S. Nelson. E. Thiede. B. Treielik. ROW 2: D. Reichman. I. Teutter, L. Strasser, L. Street. 362 ROW 1: I. Savage, L. Malia, E. Lauschke, A. Luck, V. Anderson V. Kazmerski. ROW 2: I. Guarascio. M. McLaughlin, R. Kimmeth H. Hummel. L. Field, S. Engen. L. Cardella. ROW 3: B. Locketeer H. Farley, P. Fannella. N. Goethe. N. Cox. A. Kramer. ROW 4: M . Kelly. D. Lorman, M. Balousek, E. Kamin. ou 0 eep ILQ QS3t8l'I'LITl8tZ Ollftg 360 ROW 1: R. Blasi, E. Damasco. V. Kalemba. F. Batelli. E. Rugqio. M. Betz, M. Cimely. ROW 2: W. Iesse. G. Burdick. E. Rubino, C. Venice, B. Engelhard, B. Bauer. I. Mclnerny. ROW 3: Mr. Vesel. E. Krogel. W. Burgess. P. Alberts, I. Garner, I. Richards, F. Salton. ROW 4 H. Iohnson, P. Roessler, L. Fallon. 36l ROW 1: A. Izmer. M. Stutzenstein. L. Staniec. R. Harrison, R. Olsen D. Pfeiffer, B. Becker. ROW 2: V. Mack, L. Erisman, V. Eqner, L. Spohn holtz. S. Blau, M. Dennstedt, V. Pecora. ROW 3: R. Steitan, E. Mass, V. O-'Sullivan, H. Schwartz, S. Beckman, H. Sator. Miss Sutherland ROW 4: H. Hoffman, S. Genuk. C. Doering, R. Prisching, C. Kruse. 363 ROW 1: L. Romps. F. Madro. G. Porro. S. Schmude. R. Comerlord L. Tichawa, R. Roback, E. Sabala. ROW 2: W. Spilios, L. Brown A. Turney. B. Smith, Y. Lawler, G. Iohnson, M. Bohn. ROW 3 S. Schmude. E. Tiritilli, D. May. F. Prokuska. M. Kiersnowska. M. Shea ROW 4: C. Roman. C. Komar. R. Cheney. F. Klenskl. D. La Berg F. Reich. R. Christopherson. 364 ROW 1: R. Bourbiel, L. Wagner, A. Symon. M. Tellschow. N. Totten W. Walkinqton. ROW 2: W. Vaughan. B. Yates. D. Marshall. M. Iohn son, I. Wilson. D. MacAskill. L. Waldron. ROW 3: Miss Garrison R. Kopfer. G. Skogsberq, R. Szymanski. H. Beer. L. Smelzer. O. Schmidt ROW 4: C. Warchalowski. C. Smith. W. Williams. 1 I I 0 6"'l 5:5 . our pint nc! zest mates temmetz Qest 365 ROW 1: R. York, L. Buckle, M. Fabicxni. B. Uebel. O. Drysdale. V. Hickox, L. Kouba. ROW 2: Wm. Christensen, M. Mangone. S. Ingro, M. Tierney. L. Pinkham. B. Willis. Adele Kiesele. ROW 3: D. Lee M. Foulkes, M. Vice, R. Buttner. M. Martini, I. Owerka. ROW 4 R. Monroe. G. Voknty, E. Olsen. D. Wendleborq, L. Accosla. G. HSI M. Pinus. G. Johnson. E. Fischer. H. Stull. Q .1 r 30l 1 f Pda R ROW 1: T. Mennell, F. Erickson, V. Malmgren. M6 ch, G. Kimpilin J E. Ketterer. K. Moqren. ROW 2: L. Gonzales, R. Keller, S. Swedberg. D. Ingalls, M. Hannon. G. Mueller. E. Rome. S. Schulz. E. Moss. ROW 3: Miss Wolfson. L. Iacobsen. E. O'Haro. M. O'Hara. I. Heil 1 L. Linne, E. Morrison. C. Arrigoni. ROW 4: R. Kennedy. L. Possehl. T. Mills. H. Mau. 302-305 ROW 1: E. Krystal, A. Carlson. R. Clark, R. Wohler, L. Treure A. Cappitelli. ROW 2: E. Wahby. M. Koehler, M, L-mge. M. Corollo D. Samlow, I. Amerski, D. Ciszewski. ROW 3: V. Buckland. L. Collins W. Wysocki, D. Bradtke, D. Vosecky, C. Hintz. 1 1 I nl 303-306 ROW 1: M. Slvaco. S. Schweizer, R. Freese, W. Yaco. D. Langolf, D. Seaborg. ROW 2: M. Lowrie. S. Bidwill, E. Grisolia. A. Rosi A. Frontszak. C. Dennehy. ROW 3: E. Fahllbacher. A. Schultz I. Swanson. B. Clouston, H. Wandke. 304 . ROW 1: . Carpenter, U. Kahl. D. Zimmerman, G. Czaikowski, C. Ernstinq, G. Westman. P. Schmelebeck. ROW 2: R. Sampson O. Michaelson, G. Stamm. M. Miller, E. Evensen. T. Pate. L. Lund now a. c. Schulz, A. Polka. 1.. Kms. L. Kubiak. M. schuuz . Finch: 307 !Yvw+H03iq??llA ROW 1: M. Krueger. E. Fenton. I. Berhes. D. Berg. E. Brevik. C. Reum. ROW 2: A. Hilleqas, A. Dewald. L. Ewert. V. Murcek. R. Nelson. B. Steinmetz, W. Williams. W. Garbarino. ROW 3: W. Peters. F. Parks. P. Johnson, F. Porter, M. Berkowitz, L. Rhino. 308 ROW 1: C. Stripling. P. Hahn. H. Tidstrand. G. Maloney. H. Kuczora. F. Bolden. L. Moskalski. ROW 2: S. Andreae. W. Peterson. I. Galuhn. L. Docimo, E. Bolden. G. Watson. ROW 3: G. Zaucha. T. Soic. C. Walczak. F. Dour, P. Gustaison. Mr. Nalecz. ROW 4: W. Vezis. A. Spillar, I. Imonetti. D. Wadolny. C. Iohnson. 25I-252 ROW 1: B. Di Vita, I. Delerenthus. A. Powers. W. Farrell. R. Domine. G. Antros. B. Dunihue. ROW 2: G. Molar. I. Little. G. Schmidt. L. Slod- kowski. E. Stermer. D. Koller. E. Winkelman. V. Kuras. STANDING: Mr. Daniels. Mr. Sheldon. 4' ere.. A wo Steps 253-254 I ROW 1: I. Rasmussen. R. Bevilacqua, M. Iohnson, L. Miller, B. Koller. V. Krumland, P. Mayer. ROW 2: I. Delinsky. E. Wiegman. I. Berge G. Larson. L. Borghetti. M. Malatia. I. Frye. Miss Papenbrook. ROW 3: Mrs. Young. M. Schmeissinq. E. Ballheimer. W. Fitzgerald. K. Olsen. L. Corona, M. Gray. E. Bittner. 255-256-257 A ROW 1: F. Arquilla. I. Wall. L. Schielzeth. M. Leclerc. I. Fahy. D. Diephouse. L. Kurzer. ROW 2: V. Zullo. V. Kvinge. E. Biouski. I. Freqa. C. Framke. G. Emma. 258 ROW 1: B. Donath. E. Laqorio, A. Huettenrauch, A. Kapsis. I. Harges, D. Gassagne. ROW 2: R. Hansen, R. Gaisor, R. Winkler. V. Greco. M. Brady. R. Halvorsen. E. Iohnson. E. Boettcher, L. Friede. ROW 3: D. Campagnoro. C. Cordogan. G. Schaat. D. Gallagher. V. Gedwell. G. Geschke. R. Lubway. P. Urban, Miss Geiger. own....qt fast ou're 259 ROW 1: E. Youngquist, R. Wilke. D. Paniil. I. Peigh. L. Zahnan, A. Barr. ROW 2: S. Nodder, M. Sime, S. Presiler. L. Pack. E. Korkowski. A. Zika. ROW 3: I. Zeller, M. Kotowski. I. Scott, D. Yehling. D. Souvarine, M. Sandstrom. ROW 4: M. Nichols. Miss Stavers. I. Bowler. H. Onak, R. Scholar. -num new-av Y 1r?rimn4-urmmsnr 1-rr as .av .1-wM.:..m N. 7 .. .nw-xw . tm-QQ1 : . J - ,, - - r 1 -inf .wuwmwna-nm -mn-r nyour Cly 260 RIGHT: G. Pader. L. Olkewicz. R. Niequist B. Lombardo. R. Mangan. V. Nikiforow. S. Szyn ezyk. M. Olszowka. F. Nordby. E. Okon, A. Olson G. Morris, B. Ottenbacher, H. Stein, H. Sabota STANDING: R. Carlson. I. O'Kray, A. Miller. 262-264-265 ROW 1: I. Borson. B. Nelson. M. Lane. D. Toso. T. Epifanio. R. Smith. ROW 2: R. Roy. M. Singel- mann, I. Harrington. I. Weinberg. M. Rehunke. P. Christianson. D. Schaeffer. L. Hennes. ROW 3: C. Sima. M. Thyfault. L. Nickele. V. Sloan. E. Schmidt. H. Sivertsen. M. De Luca. L. Long. lx 'v :QM ROW 1: C. Wright, A. Tempelman. L. Timm. D. Stennfeld. M. Trzaska, I. Keating. B. Mull. ROW 2: C. Lauppe. A. Woodside, L. Twarowski. L. Shar- pata. W. Tate. A. Zucco. G. Marzec. M. Sychowski. ROW 3: Mr. Portle. M. Zucco. L. Theisen. N. Tar- pinian. R. Fredriksen. T. Karwoski. A. Palmisano. F. Guido. D. Williams. 202-203-204 ROW 1: D. Izenoqle. I. Apfel, B. Smith. M. Mar- shall. R. Kiersch. ROW 2: D. Hoeqer, A. Hoppe. L. Zinkel. M. Melqaard, E. Wollie, W. Moon. ROW 3: R. Anderson, E. Iacoby. 205-206-207 ROW 1: P. Phoeber, N. Spailer. L. Barker. V. Ios- eph. G. Svoboda. B. Smith. E. Cookson. B. Cat- soulis. ROW 2: P. Ward. I. Adams, S. Well- hauser. L. Zarko. A. Kawa. S. Swanstrom. E. Dixon. F. Dettert. W. Moeller. ROW 3: E. Durachta. L. Simonsen. A. Zitella. C. Rigoni, I. Sergey. 'W. Compton. W. Caldwell. Q -66 1 1 nes ies QQQA gn 208 ROW 1: D. Theise. H. Mulch, E. Gridley, L. Wald- neiler, G. Troesken, E. Palmisano, M. Aloisio, I. Tarantino. ROW Z: I. Hillyer, I. Perlick, D. Wil- liams, G. Umbright, E. Friborg, M. Weiszmann, F. Mazzarelli, L. Seaborq, Mrs. Exarhos. ROW 3: R. Sybilski. R. Brinati, E. Butt. I. McCoy, A. Arni- zen, R. Schildt. I. Skrudland, G. Sawicki, R. Loder- hose. I5I ROW 1: D. Calos, G. Iassek. C. Siano. E. Kapusta. G. Abrams, A. Navillo, I. Wengler. ROW 2: S. Dooley, I. Siggens. H. Morgan. R. Lucas, C. Gumma, R. Brettman. G. White, F. Pomper, M. Sorenson. ROW 3: W. Eflerlz, E. Pearson, D. Big- ing, L. Tresch, C. Zohrer, I. Fernandes, H. Woino- wiak, R. Iversen. M. Ducot, B. Flynn. I52 ROW 1: L. Biasi, N. Hurst. I. La Cognato, M. Rober- son, A. Fricano. C. Thorsteins, H. Barton, G. Flarnmini, D. Pope, D. Tempenar. ROW 2: C. Bur- ger, V. Donohue, I. Albert, E. Tiberi, E. Merker, D. Nufer, G. Dul, M. Schulie, D. Shields, L. Berg- strom, D. Birkholz, P. Biasi. ROW 3: E. Szlapa, I. Salach, R. Kissane, H. Schubert, I. Ianko, A. Minkiewicz, V. Szymczyk, D. Kieper, C. Hurst, C. Kukulski. L. Mahlmann. P. Cangelosi, G. Doeinq, T. Korn, G. Shannon, H. Canadeo, Mrs. Hadley. !53-I54 CIRCLE-LEFT: C. Searls, S. Sunseri, E. Blazak, D. Lane, B. Anderson, B. Iust, A. Bono, E. Erickson, I. Gast, N. Sarney, G. Ciolino, S. Derkiewicz, R. Spencer. BACK ROW: R. Spiller, M. Morris- sey, A. Chabcm, C. Niedermeyer, S. Sereda, E. Marsolais, R. Scheller, R. Sobrinski, A. Engwall, E. Beskai, A. Barnas, M. Fischer, L. Sark. I55 ROW 1: I. Daniels, W. Peterson. P. Crudele. R. Thomas. R. Sciarroni, R. Trinqali, M. Moore, W. Peterson, I. Cesario. ROW 2: R. Rommel, E. Olson, G. Okonieska, A. Hoffman, E. Estep, P. Nelson. V. Pack, C. Haupert. D. Lanqusch, G. Passeri. ROW 3: I. Orlando, E. Wilk, D. Chris- tiansen, D. Huseby, D. Frieburg, M. Swets, R. Spooner, S. Stein, M. Balswick, H. Meissner. ROW 4: E. Klick, Miss Treleaven, A. Arquilla, S. Pro- cacio, W. Rebak, D. Remus, R. Spooner, M. Otta- viano, A. Oehman, G. Martin, M. Ranyak. G I - . sm... I56-I58 ROW 1: B. Melii, E. Michalski, L. Nordine, E. Seaborg, W. Rasmussen, R. Christiansen, E. Woodside. ROW 2: B. Corkle, G. Hruska. L. Berq. R. Navilo, M. Boeykens, L. Lombardo, G. Twaroisky, B. Triolo, E. Nosolik. ROW 3: L. Coduto, E. Farr, R. Paul- sen, C. Lenz, F. Ciulla, V. Masacek, V. Wiebkinq. B. Sass. E. Nagel, A. Brevik. I59 I ' 9 ROW 1: I. Anderson, S. Gordon, H. Braun. H. Satton, P. Calderon, R. Chramer. I. Stasica, D. Burtscher, D. Nicholson. ROW 2: B. Farrell V. Peterson, G. McAleer, I. Lepper, L. Dahlke, M. Henne, I. Scheune- man, C. Brodsky, R. Wydra. ROW 3: L. Nolte, L. Wysocki, A. Raska, R. Shraqal, R. Heidenreich, R. Kost, K. Kraatz, E. Natzke. B. Marshment. G. Bleasinq. E. Skora. I60-I64-I6I l ROW 1: R. Groslass, E. Andreoe- I. Gilbert, E. Hillegas, C. Frick. Kahl, L. Marks, A. Erickson. I. G barski, D. Bluha. ROW 2: L. Ga N. DiSandro, M. Kachigar, H. Hoc E. Iacobson, A. Reaves, L. Volosiui A. Buckland, M. Elsen. A. Berthelc. ROW 3: I. Reed, G. Dgabias, D. Bac ner, E. Kurgen, I. Loderhose, E. Smi ger, L. Fuchs, A. Ferdin. A. Lysfiorf' B. Zimmerman, E. Czaikowski, n Engelbert, E. Baumgartner, R. Ketcl mark. N 931962.49 gtff. ey ay.. 0 eyffcgytay ROW 1: I. Lishka, I. Fay, C. Gearhart, I. Hauqland S. Iverson, D. Banes, M. Hudock, I. Bernard, D: Steinstrom. ROW 2: T. Mirochna, M. Pfister, L. Hennig, S. Pattes, A. Grieco, A. Baylie, I. Trurn- bull, R. Netzel, R. Bye, W. Mencinger. ROW 3 ger. E. Lang, A. Baylie, I. Regan. B. Barczuk, I Jones, E. Grezlik, E. Goth, 1. Falduto. now 4: W. Roman, E. Kowalik, E. Fenwick. I. Kermath, G. Gertsch, R. Ossler, A. Rasch. I63 LEFT GROUP: D. Kin'-3. I. Phelan, G. Camella. A. Iensen, L. Stencil, H. Gillespie, C. Kindt, E. Chini. RIGHT GROUP: D. Iohnson, D. Butler, P. Grim. E. Rawlings, P. Meyer, L. Morberg, I. Giza. 68 A. Wehrhan, B. Schaefer, I. Huff, R. Frankenber- ager - Yylnsoplzisticatecf - glzafs QW Cgjfeslziesf 69 l I i E 1 v Q . J 1 S S A W 3 eachers and pupils alike ioin in gay holiday festivi- ties. carol singing. Christ- mas tree cheer. Mr. C'Hearn's birthday, music and feasts-all have added to the sparkle of Steinmetz glamour. :XX gm X ,, .X ' fmX,X XXX-.XXX ww . if x XX N Nqr. is X X ,XX . X 1 '55 aw X B ,XS wikg 'X.f 3X.XF.XwXXX,X: X -.XXV XXX ,X,X 3 X,.w XX-Xww X XX X Mb wwf as XX- X XXSXXX Xl Y Y L 5 4 f 1 2 X , R s T 3 ' A S i X x -sw-. - XX .X . - wx I - s I K .Q X X .. . .L ' 1 . Qi X X X K fi X X X f s XX . k N 2-.:.:':.':: '-I - X 3 P -1.fIi's: -. 1, 1 -X -- SEEN'- . X ., ...M -MI.. Q ,.,-.,::.i:,::X :: , .XN.Q:. 5 x X is . 'www ' A f Z: ., L' 2: ,mg i'5X,g1k A :- S QX ff F? .X W XX -- , XX X X X 1 X - , M. .. X X X - : EN N i x X X X , X X ' ' f 1 X - K X QQ. .. -X XXXL - , X M X f X .::.: ::::: A X. X Q.. f,: -X Xwwmw ,XX X. Xb, R X Sv Mx" X X X' NN-x N ,X X Q fa i . V K X XSXXKAQXX . 5, gl X. I - . X ' X X X .. W Q 'XX-N NX ? I 1 9 r 1 X QWSWX X X , l E X c r X Xx Xw' S RX 3 X X w X ,-X., we K5 - '-'::X:5jl 5- X5-X SX X, ,X 1 X X EN N XXXI .is Q -X ..f if 15 .X '- .. Nimxxxk XXXXXX A. vm N - S XX. 1 N X XX I, 1 l. X X 5 N XX vs, X ,SPN y . Q 1? I f 5 WMM. 1' N x x X f EG 4 X Lk gs Lg Ong, sfetis' CSDIIZQ gt cgogetlzler 'y GIRLS' CHOIR Silver and green are Steinmetz colors, but a touch of gold is added by the voices of the Girls Choir. Under the efficient direc- tion of Mr. Willard L. Groom they lift their voices in the produc- tion of beautiful music every day during the third period. "Higher Sensitivity," their motto. is not only their aim in their singing. but in their every day life as well. Another star was placed on the banner when these girls received a Superior rating in the Choral Contest on Ianuary 16. Since they are masters of intricate music ranging from fugues of Bach to the modern works of Debussey, their concerts have universal appeal. IUNIOR CHOIR This up and coming group of Ienny Linds enioy not only their success. which is excellent. but their social events as well. They will never forget the spills and smiles and good times they had at their all school roller skating party held April 20th at Riv- erview Rink. The girls are under the direction of lovable Miss Farr who always has a smile for everyone. I UNIOR CHOIR CENTER LEFT-ROW 1: I. Asquini. R. Mitchell. H. Wandke. M. Wright. M. Ruhnke. M. Krueger. M. Syehowski. G. Allegretti. D. Rogers. R. Mattioli. P. Lustgarten. ROW 2: M. Sandstrom. E. Schus- ter, L. Long, M. Iohnson, E. Nicolose. I. Salyers, D. Vesely. H. Duke. N. Kluz. E. Domiani. H. Caluris. M. Shields. ROW 3: H. Barsch. I. Cherhavy. M. Ahlers. D. Rowe. I. Swanson. G. Potempa, N. Simon- sen. E. Erickson. L. Romps, I. Olson. M. Clark. M. McLeod. AT PIANO: R. Cinquegrani. H. Maxwell, L. Gonzalez. SEATED: Betty Clouston. GIRLS' CHOIR BOTTOM LEFT-ROW 1: H. Hanson, M. Helmqren. M. Manson. M. LePore. O. Drysdale. O. Cablk. D. LUPP. A. Beckman, M. Boeykens. A. Hauttenrauch. F. McClellan. ROW 2: L. Shill. E. Anderson. L. Sereno, D. Gross. L. Simonsen. M. Melzer, L. Guilbert. ROW 3: D. Diephouse. M. Imonetti, E. Iohnson, V. Novak. I. Frye, E. Haase. ROW 4: P. Hubert, C. Williams. I. Meyer. B. Rogers W. Vaughan. 1 IUNIOR CHOIR CENTER RIGHT-Pianist: Betty Clouston. Director: Miss Farr. ROW l: M. Stutz. R. Hampton, D. Randall, T. Farinella. G. Porro. R. Blasi, E. Ladendorf. ROW 2: L. Twarowski. M. Nickol. G. Gaus, M. Elsen. H. Doerinq. I. Zeller. A. Muehring. A. VVright. L. Friede. H. Tyzak, R. Winkler. ROW 3: V. Meissner. H. Iverhouse. D. Vero. S. Genuk. D. Kirchner. M. Melgaard, S. Waldo, E. Eddy. D. Mal- strom. S. Notter. S. Beckman, D. Tengerstrom. GIRLS' CHOIR TOP RIGHT-ROW 1: H. Stemke. M. Iohnson, B. Conklin, A. Searls. B. Iacques, I. Sarney, L. Paulsen. F. Emsley. C. Searls, D. Bartels. D. Laird, L. Gerraman. ROW 2: B. Pizza, G. Hanson. M. Sohn. L. Ekquist, A. Kisele, I. Bell. ROW 3: R. Nandzel. L. Lewis, A. Behnke. E. Bier. L. Kruse. B. Hall. ROW 4: L. Rhino. D. Geisser, B. Emerson. I. Berge, I. Westman. I. Vi Pond. y 3 U 9 4 N f x O' X S 5 S ss xw g my ' X X X H mm rg , X... X X K MXN 5 X MX V X x Nga SS Y ,, sk W Y gf X Q Q Y fi R S N. 5 gxek QS, XX f 4? w y. l . is 3? . if 7 5 very ne ggoins n lldf vmQl!4'Cll.4'l BOYS' CHOIR These "Stout Hearted Men" can be heard each day the third in Room 128, enthusiastically blending their voices in harmony. As they sing they dream of some day having a girl as sweet as their sponsor, Miss .Ruth Kilgour. Besides singing for pleasure the boys also serve the school by representing it in contests and in other ways. They paid tribute to their mothers by their par- ticipation in a special Mothers' Day program held at Orchestra Hall. and also had the opportunity and honor to sing for the P. T. A. Convention. Along with their excellent musical ability the boys have a keen business sense shown by the sponsoring of all the school roller skating parties held at Riverview last fall. Besides a tidy profit. the choir gained a valuable bit oi publicity. Whether the boys become soldiers, sailors. business men or sci- entists, we're sure they'll all ioin in keeping America singing. af' rwvthjf tgp? L? waiting fre gown eat --- aestro IST VIOLINS: P. Paolelli, W. Wolodkin, M. Williams, P. Breitspecher, T. Mol- gaard. ZND VIOLINS: T. Wasilewski, A. Wolski. R. Frank, G. Kroft, C. Kalenian, R. Wood, R. Sorensen, A. Olson, M. Mag- qot, E. La Point, G. Bold, R. Galitz. VIOLA: R. Pasternak, I. Custen, M. Fagrelius, R. Sharer, R. Fair. PERCUS- SIONS: A. Ruck, Snare Drum: A. Bowar- chuck, Bells: D. Furnweger, Snare Drum and Traps. STRINGS: R. Anderson, C. Nielsen, M. Balough. FLUTES: D. Brandt, A. Suitzak, A. Ienson. TRUMPET: R. Ziermans. PIANO: D. Labanez, A. Barr, M. Petersen, M. Williams. R. Iana, V. Wiebking, D. Langosch, A. Hofmann. CELLO: C. Williams, H. Onak, L. De Hey, L. Huska. SINGERS: L. Klein, D. Bartels. ROW 1: W. Wysocki, T. Czar-nik, R. Hanson, P. Reisetter, E. Eglaston. I. Czarnik, I. Gonali, A. De Wald, E. Re- nowden, R. Brettman, C. Wright, R. Rad- datz, R. Erickson, W. Snow, I. Harring- ton, R. Staszak, B. Hartman, A. Newell. ROW 2: D. Vosecky, B. Trandel, D. Ma- qinski, R. Chodera, E. Busolonitch, F. De Bellis, V. Iacabozzi, R. Kimmeth, E. Wasi- lewski, W. Compton, C. Horne, T. Gallis, F. Kramer, G. Ganopolous. ROW 3: R. Lubwcxy, W. Lund, W. Krebs, C. Mikuta, R. Liebenow. C. Weigel, M. Califiori, F. Wright, F. Lubien, I. McKay, E. Wood- side, N. Lindsay, R. Lindgren, R. Beh- rendt. ROW 4: L. Murcek, R. Young, R. Young, I. Randall, K. Glaesner, I. Hendry, P. Roessler, H. Kissane, A. Petersen, H. Buslee, R. Walsh, P. Calan- dra, R. Walker, L. Wysocki, R. Nelson, N. Krause, D. Pauling. SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA The musicians are in the pit tuning their instruments, the conductor, Mr. Willard Groom, takes his place on the stand, and the orchestra is ready to begin its contribution to the Gradua- tion, Honor Society Initiation, or any other program where a professional rendition of symphonic literature might be desir- able. The three rehearsals are attended by beginners and ad- vanced players alike who work on surprisingly difficult pieces. Many of the scores are rented directly from the Metropolitan Opera House in New York. As to the benefits of this organization to the community: many of its members play in the various civic symphonic organizations throughout the city. is X X 3 W X. X X . SN. X X S S S .sw 5 5 . N when e Q ee ab CSEWTHQS C766 .glma ater SENIOR CHOIR p Not only seniors but freshmen too are these boys and girls whose voices are heard about Steinmetz promoting the cause of beautiful choral works. In years past when they were the Mixed Chorus, and now. as the Senior Choir. they have always had one ambition-to place Steinmetz higher in the musical world. In attaining this goal they have gained great recognition. for their regular work includes public appearances. radio broad- casts. community service and singing for the school. These ladies and gentlemen. under the able direction of Mrs. Harriet Calver- ley and Mr. Willard Groom. are learning what co-operation means in the production of a perfect ensemble. 78 UPPER-ROW 1: R. Baglian, G. R. Rizzo. A. Campagna. B. Walsky Halvorsen, L. Wagner, D. Davis. lun, R. Thorne, H. Sliva, W. Burgess Kalegian. D. Berg. ROW 2: A. L. Freure, R. Iana, D. Novak. I. G. Di Bellis, D. Lee, S. Blau, S. G. Weier. A. Kapsis, D. Poole. C. dahl, L. Huyck, B. Holtberg, M. ROW 3: P. Herbst, S. Okamoto, Marsh. D. Labancz. I. Essen, E. I. Cartwright, A. Rose, R. Wasberg Pack, E. Wettrock, L. Acosta, R. F. Dahlberg, W. Martens. I. Swem. LOWER-ROW 1: Mr. Groom. O. dale. M. Christopherson, D. Furnv I. Amerski, S. Oliveto, R. Kasten, V. vak. D. Beichman, T. Nida, D. C. Fallt, A. Urghtman. ROW 2: C. lin. E. Olsen. B. Cole. L. Thyfault Maka, V. Gedwell, I. Scott, F. Satton, Bohn, V. Abramson, C. Hancock, C. D. Yaezenko. ROW 3: R. Klein, R. I. Russell. H. Wagner. V. Di Tomasco Raap, R. Wood. A. Marchetti. E. D. Gallagher. ll xg gfearcf .YY Rhapsody gn Gberjyect gfarmong CONCERT ORCHESTRA The Concert Orchestra has grown up! Instead oi being a separate unit with its own library oi scores. as it formerly was. it is now a part oi the Sym- phony Orchestra. rehearsing the same music and playing in the same con- certs under the direction of Mr. W. L. Groom. CONCERT ORCHESTRA STANDING: D. Diephouse. G. Blaesing, L. Berq. Mr. Groom. FIRST VIOLINS: I. Westman. R. Schildt. V. Serbicki, E. Gerbovieh. TRUMPET: E. Mac Aleer. CELLISTS: L. De Hey. D. Gal- laqher. DRUMMER: W. Blaul. STRING BASS: C. Nielsen. VIOLA: M. Fagrelius. SECOND VIOLINS: L. Ruiialo. W. Zimmerman. A. Syver- sen, C. Schultz, D. Biging, G. Gertsch. I. Man- son, R. Galitz. FINE ARTS GUILD ROW 1: M. Peterson, A. Huettenrauch. A. Bawarchuk. D. Furnweqer. ROW 2: F. Emsley. F. Satton, A. Behnke. D. Bartels, O. Drysdale. ROW 3: D. Taylor. P. Breitsprecher. C. Wil- liams. W. Wolodkin. C. Nielsen. R. Kasten, R. Schauer. D. Gross. FINE ARTS GUILD String quartets. soprano solos, piano concertos, or other professional entertainment can be had for the asking from the Fine Arts Guild. Under the sponsorship oi the Girls' Choir they provide music and dramatic readings for any organization in the school. whenever such talents are requested. The names oi the members. their capabilities and their accompanists. ii any. are kept on file and by looking through this file, any desired talent may be selected. This organization is truly an example ot the cultural goal oi Stein- metz as expressed by its motto. "Scholarship and Culture." R.O.T.C. BAND A roll ot drums, a flare of brass-here comes the parade. See how proudly they march, those uniiomed boys, all in step to the music of the R.O.T.C. Band. All winter they practice, with no worries or cares, and then comes spring bringing with it the Federal Inspection. Their hard work is important in attaining an honor status so coveted by all the R.O.T.C. units. Captain Dowse, their leader, is highly respected by band cadets and students alike. Q9 ufafer C70 Qsyzoufcfer ogetlzer gn au' R. O. T. C. BAND ROW 1: Capt. Dowse, F. Kepner, A. Larson, A. Snyder, L. Knekow, R. Kurt, G. Kleinschmidt, R. Keininger, F. Sunseri. H. Eck, C. Leiser, ford, W. Hampel. ROW 2: W. Wallace, A. Thake, E. Baldridge, A. Olson, A. Mickus, F. Hickman H. Hintz. B. Colantonio, F. Dorion, T. Tiesler. C. Borowski, I.. Kovale, W. Blaul. ROW 3: E. Swirczek R. Stafford, R. Pinderski. E. Ramello, T. Szeblowski, R. Lubway. M. Durachta, A. Misura, E. Sathern I. Iohnson, E. Levin, I. Kroyer. ROW 4: A. Niles, I. Collier, T. Tonnesen, M. Palucska. D. Shepard E. Hagen. A. Ruck. W. Krull. S. Sarelas. I. Hoqq, C. Gritty, H. Woinowiak. ROW 5: C. Kruse, Al Burgstrom, C. Hansen, E. Fredricks, A. Iohnson, S. Alveshire, B. Bergquist, R. Noll, E. Thuy, G. Demas F. Ehlend, R. Paulsen, A. Rosi, A. Gott, E. Kolacinski.. W. Stat- I I n tor y Weather he Banc! Qfays n CONCERT BAND W 1: P. Corroado, E. Ramello. E. irczek. O. Schmidt. R. Paulsen. C. owski. G. Kleinschmidt. T. Leisler. R. t. B. Colantonio. W. Stafford. F. Dor- C. Kruse. R. Noll. M. Durachta. T. blowski, G. Demas. A. Burgstrom. F. kman, E. Levin. V. Mickus. R. Lub- y. ROW 2: B. Koller. I. Haase. B. ques. E. Siciliani. D. Souvarine. R. 'derski, H. Hintz, R. Kieninger, A. i. A. Misura. A. Niles, A. Thake. E. gen. E. Sathern. E. McAleer. R. Zier- n, D. Brandl. A. Szutiak. M. Schmidt. Patterson, M. Lessick. ROW 3: Capt. se. T. Takis. E. Mahoney. M. Stacey. Kolacinski. W. Hampel. W. Krull. S. elas, H. Woinowiak, L. Scott. I. Hoff. Olson, F. Sunseri. I. Peigh, C. Simms. aurngartner. D. Spantikow. ROW 4: Palucska. I. Kroyer. D. Shepard. A der. H. Eck. A. Gotte, W. Pytell. C er. C. Hansen. W. Wallace. A. Lar- . R. Hookanson. C. Griffy. T. Tonne- . F. Ehlend. ROW 5: L. Kovale. P ul. F. Kepner. G. Rysell, E. Fredricks ohnson. S. Alveshire. B. Bergquist. S czmarek. L. Knekow. I. Iohnson. E dridqe. ROW 6: R. Saflord, I. Collier. Dorn, A. Ruck. E. Thuy. n 1 CONCERT BAND What's a school without a band to furnish music for every occasion. for every mood. sometimes gay and spritely. often deep and weird: dancing music if you need it: martial measures if you want it: giddy rhythm for our shows. or any occasion that you may have in mind-they're the ones togo and see and will- ingly will your needs be satisfied. The school appreciates its band. and hearts of students and teachers alike beat a trifle faster as the band passes by on parade. And who is the leader responsible for all this? None other than their iolly bandmaster. Captain Harry Dowse. who has been in charge since its organiza- tion. The band's annual Concert is the outstanding activity of the year. me cfle, mee, ee. .gn .gctork e or GREEN CURTAIN PLAYERS E Time for first curtain! Actors scamper to their places. House lights are dimmed and the curtain rises on the 7th annual production of the Green Curtain Players. "Sixteen in August." This scene took place on Ianuary 15 and 16 when once again the players brought their most talented actors before the footlights. This club, the third chartered organization at Steinmetz, is sponsored by Miss Margaret Boller, who does an excellent iob of directing all the poductions its members put on. The pride of the organization is the professional manner in which the show, from make-up to reserved seats, is carried out. LOWER CENTER-SEATED: R. Haak, R. Handzel, F. Emsley, F. Tagliere, M. Stacey, M. Martinek, I. Hall, I. Madison. STANDING: Miss Boller, C. Schultz, I. O'Sullivan, C. Roark, A. Behnke, L. Segis, A. Iwaszczuk, R. Keizele, I. Snow. BACK ROW: E. Nordboe, V. Koresian, E. Fiedler, E. Olsen, B. Cole, F. Ekquist. RIGHT CENTER: R. Gregorio, L. Thyfault, I. Essen, A. Snyder, B. Harrison, H. Cichy, B. Emerson. B. Rogers, G. Rysell, S. Bromsteczd, C. Sullivan, C. Milano. LEFT CENTER: L. Hafemann, G. Iohanson. D. Gross. G. Marsh, I. Cherhavy, I. Higham, L. Burns, A. Bayer, V. Kuem- mel, E. Hafemann, R. Diephouse, L. Sanders, G. Hansen, F. DiCanio. I IN CIRCLE: D. Gross, F. Emsley, L. Seges, I. Snow, I. Cher- havy, C. Roark. Qz9Af5Z6J!Q7 . en STAGE CREW The steel curtain rises, the house lights are dimmed. the green curtain parts and we are ready for the show. But who are the unseen ones whose labors are responsible for these things? They are our ever ready and dependable Stage Crew. At every performance they are called upon to arrange the amplifying system, turn on floodlights. product lighting effects and direct the spotlight on each star. As they do their duties here under Mr. Sheehan. so their ex-sponsors, Mr. Seigel and Mr. Gecan. are doing theirs in their country's service. Msg egg UPPER LEFT AND RIGHT-ROW 1: S. Kram pack, B. Prisching, I. Krum. ROW 2: H. Mau B. Garbarino, I. McCoy. R. Wasberg. LOWER LEFT AND RIGHT-ROW 1: l. Sand back, K. Iohnson. L. Fahlcxnder. ROW 2: R Wilke. G. Schmidt. O. Schmidt. D. Williams. I rw... 54 E: E Q ,uv 'HS - U QLUNXN2 xv? y1'iSi"Sf AWA X x N .5 WNXQAA K ixfwwid-' " X . 1 Q W ,- X K .rw -. Triax.-. 52: X gk: A A 'X wwf' ,,..,' lx ft! 'xx 'f i ' L fi 'WX ws .fifki I.-,.46'z N 5 . . 5 X- S . -: xx www ,Z STAR REPRESENTATIVES ER LEFT-ROW 1: I. Snow. R. n. R. Kezele. H. Mulch. L. Greco. L. r. ROW 2: M. Carlson. M. Ahlers. andzel. T. Farinella. L. Bugno. C. no. ROW 3: M. Sahasky. I. Porti- F. Ericksen. V. Kuemmel. I. Foote. 4: G. Blaesing. L. Thyfault, W. ller. C. Grifiy. -SEATED AT TABLE: I. Leiber. i Giulio. H. Geschke. R. Tran- B. Gazda. L. Thyfauli. R. Wonsoff. roskin. SEATED IN REAR: C. Mi- . l. Iagusch. L. Pachanski. E. Hofer. ndreen, I. Madison. S. Ray. G. Ofen- . STANDING: D. Randall. O. Sie- M. Carlson, R. Diephouse. R. Haak Frey. A. Halvorsen. E. Larson. E. ell. ER RIGHT-SEATED: Shirley Ray NDING: C. Milano, A. Halvorsen. E. en. M. Carlson. R. Diephouse. 4' 42 'rg ens STEINMETZ STAR The typewriters are clicking. reporters reporting-it's time for the "Star" to go to press. What goes on behind the scenes Mrs. Esther Frey. their sponsor. is best equipped to say. The efficient staff works late preparing each issue. The Star Repre- sentatives who take our pennies nickels. and dimes. are part of Miss Feely's efficient financial system. If it's news you want. you needn't look far. you'll find it in the Steinmetz Star. QQP glw Lamp QTVLOTCQ SILVER STREAK September's dream is today's reality. We've worked mighty hard each day. typing. writing captions. and doing numerous other duties. Miss Catherine Landrigan.'our con- genial advisor. kept us working. while her helper. Miss Ethel McNa- mara. aided the caption writers. So now. here's the Annual. and we're hoping you like it. D. Schultz. E. Doerinq. V. Steger, L. Schmueckinq. M. Martinek. A. O'Brien. meffectzng CYAGJOWS mags flat sec! C70 SILVER STREAK Hello everybody! How do you like the new style of the Iune nineteen hundred forty-two An- nual? It's a nine by twelve this time, the first attempt to deliver a larger sized book to Steinmetz Silver Streak Lovers. The Staff has put forth great effort and long hours of faithful labor to .produce an interesting combina- tion of pictures and writeups. Their faithfulness com- bined with the helpful suggestions from congenial Mr. Hagerty. the engraver. and the willing coopera- tion of Mr.'Niehaus. the printer. and the good work of very patient and untiring photographer. Mr. Ebert. and Mr. Beckett, too who helped us with our cover, all have made it possible to bring this interesting book to you. Special thanks is extended to Miss Agatha F osse, who so willingly helped in the super- vision of the writings. Miss Ethel McNamara had the responsibility of the Senior Captions and handled it very ably. Miss Catharine Landrigan was in gen- eral charge of the publication and its finances. PICTURE ONE-SEATED: E. Doering. D. Schultz. M. Martinek L. Schmueck' . Inq. C. Roark, G. Hansen. A. Dudziak, V. Steger, T. Takis, P. Pilling, A. O'Brien, R. Kofi. STANDING: Miss Landrigan, I. Essen, R. Vernon, I. Takis, PICTURE TWO-ROW 1: L. Thurnes, Miss McNamara, V. Hedtke. N. Simonsen. ROW 2: F. DiCanio, L. Schendel. M. Schroeder, V. Tarpinian. W. G-illis. PICTURE THREE: R. Kofi, T. Takis, G. Hansen, C. Roark. PICTURE FOUR: I. Takis, T. Takis, R. Vernon. Mr. Ebert, I. Essen, P. Pilling, A. O'Brien, A. Dudziak. H 01443 lldt Stood gn Ile Wa!! game IIATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY n The green tassled caps which you see proudly worn with he graduation gowns belong to the members of the National Honor Society. The most dignified events of the school year. be- lides graduation itself. are their semi-annual formal initiations vhich begin with the solemn march of the initiates down the aisle rnd end with the oath sworn to by the newly elected members. l'heir monthly meetings are filled with plans for the 8A open house. where the incoming freshmen get their first glimpse of high school life, the initiation of new members and the breakfast which s given as a farewell to the graduating members. UPPER LEFT-ROW 1: B. I. Hall. L. Lewis. L. Lewandowsky. F. Emsley. V. Chramer. G. Friendly, H. Wentzel. ROW 2: R. Young. R. Young. W. Gillis. H. Pobich, L. Tierney. L. Lutz. S. Okamoto. R. Kezele. O. Olsen. ROW 3: V. Hedtke. A. Larsen. I. Higham. V. Ostring. R. Wonsoff. ROW 4: G. Hanson. R. Marczeck. L. Hartung. M. Chudik, L. Kelley. ROW 5: C. Weigle, H. Matson. G. Marsh. P. Breitsprecher. F. Wall. UPPER RIGHT-ROW 1: P. May. M. Carlson. L. Pickartz. V. Brown, B. Iohanson, B. Harrison. G. Goldstein. R. Christiansen. M. Mussay. ROW 2: Mrs. Young. P. Herbst. E. Byles. E. Hofer. L. Carter. I. Burger. W. Schroeder. I. O'Sullivan. F. Scribano. ROW 3: Miss Braddock. E. Tuma. C. Wallace. V. Vassalla. A. Rose. D. Maka. H. Williamson. ROW 4: A. Goethe, L. O'Sullivan. A. Tucker. N. Bielawski. G. Koegelheider. LOWER LEFT-ROW 1: A. Behnke. V. Kuem- mel, S. Hansen. A. Bayor, E. Olsen. L. Seges. I. Sampou. ROW 2: B. Frelich. I. Cherhavy. M. Ahlers. I. Manson. R. Handzel. S. Ray. S. Gilbert. ROW 3: R. Seward. C. Bochnik. L. Slurnski, R. Klotz, I. Essen, B. Wood. ROW 4: I. Chambers. C. Barabas. M. Collins. 87 gnc! Boys, rouczl Cglze Qgyclzoolls Q00 cz , SIGMA QUAD bool SPH now 1. L. O'Sullivan, L. 'ry- hip and SC heir ber. l. Ieck. R. Rosenberg, I. 1' K t l.R.Fl'h.F.D A QU AD otygmans b0Y1'Z-ea X Bgffig Terms. hdtv 2. Ei vice. s-P ve 5Y1n are Woodsie, E. Breitung, R. Cady. - sef ho hd we W. Burgess. E. E. Iohnson, I. OXGISYHP' YS W ,Y mem Hennes. C. Wollen. ROW 3: Sch hese b0 I Hon, 0 . ckexs B. Hartman, H. Pabick. R. , S QL X G-n1'Z-U' Xund X1 Young, R. Young, E. MacAleer, dun the Ofq in. Se ' - h E. Schultz, H. Hintz, C. Doer- dte 1 name of xeex Curtfi in whit: ing. 1. o'su11avun. . e ut 5 5 5 goals 111 th mural on O e O1 the W Y an ol SIGMA QUAD di for The are s0m S hqd - ROW 1: I. Hendry. R. Bloom. inaebte Concertti A time wa eues xg nem:1?r1:lGoe:1iIe,HF. Di - anxo. . IC o son. . or . onsdmq Ps goo he 90.1533 Row 2: L. zemny. K. lohnszi. nd. SP 'h0OX' x - kefs' L. Fahlender, C. Biorni. K. C1 5C em SMC P. . . . we me n t0f th Stetnmetv- G"eZ'I.'fi.lLffE'g'3bivA25uT5' they Se :XY give Sdxe oi aiiecuoln Snow, G. Wahlstedt. F. Tietz: ax xhe '90 and in the naar the M A. Thgkez R. sev.-md. w. Mm. ' I. tens. . accarella. C. F lt. T. them tu on io! Thelf A in U oted Zimmerman. C. Roman. Ii Ver - 1 ' e 5 I vers. Row 4. w. M 'll . L. Tecld fqdnxz W gpon - -n ' MOH Scott. I. Lee, L. Iensenfai Spiel- aPP s 0 - nO R10 af' Wd' na 15 - than in man. R. Chodera. V. Icabazzi. The uQ-ua Yus Henze U- t the Yea! 15 X H. Matson. O 0 Mt. Cofne 1 - big event 0 hoye sCh0 s1GMA QUAD orrrcsns oi Then - tot the W SEATED: R. Noll. C. Wiegel. R. 6 Swain- A H9110 Christiansen, H. Eck. STAND- CXQXI sun an ING: Mr. Swem, I. Chambers. vi-25 . h p10 wma Q9-AQ group flat atclzes mis will mats .STUDENT COUNCIL The happy faces to the right are none other than the mem- bers of the Student Council and Court. Their meetings are full of pep and good will. Each member considers it a serious offense to be absent from a meeting: that accounts for their well attended sessions. The student body owes much to the Council for the numerous activities that have been carried out in the past sev- eral years. Their excellent school spirit makes for better school and community. 88 X' 0 . ' v wx X . xN X i U? X E X A S 'exx Ss Q 1, ' if W K xx S3 -X XS. xX X X X X XX-N A . .X : QW X X X 'SS SN .,..., . ,, X +P ,.,. S X V. 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The Council is composed of two delegates from each division appointed by the division teacher or elected by the members of the division. and repre- sentatives from various other school oganizations. Its officers are elected semi-annually: they feel their responsibility at all times and manage affairs accordingly which accounts for the success that they have achieved. The Council discusses and reviews various school problems and needs. giving especial attention to a schedule for meetings of the numerous clubs so that there will be no conflict in time or meeting places. It makes all arrangements for the taking over of the school by the students on Student Government Day. Their outstanding and by far the most important proiect this year was the sale of Defense Stamps and very ably have they fulfilled their duty working in conjunction with some of the elementary schools in the district. They took complete charge of the distribution and finances of the entire activity. The School has the Council to thank for the delightful dance performance by the Indians given to promote the sale of the Stamps. Through their contact and through the courtesy of the Santa Fe Railroad. the school enioyed an unusual hour of en- tertainment. They are a vital part of the extra curricular activity about the school. I STUDENT COUNCIL DEFENSE STAMP BOARD SEATED: C. Doerinq. L. Haie- mann. Miss Dierks. STAND- ING: S. Bromstead. E. Hafe- mann. L. Sponholtz. V. Kuem- mel. I. Sampou. OFFICERS Treasurer. B. Trandel: Secre- tary. V. Steger: President. I. Arcucci: Vice Presiden . t.I Hig- ham: Secretary Vice Pres.. R. Klotz. STUDENT COURT C. Coering, Pros. Att.: S. Ray. Defendant: R. Young. Iudge. STUDENT COUNCIL. COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN SEATED: R. Diephouse, C. Weigel. L. Pickartz. STAND- ING: I. Arcucci. L. Hartunq. V. Hedtke, I. Swem. I. Hennes. K. Iohnson. V.. Chramer. I. Higham, F. Emsley. STUDENT COUNCIL COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN SEATED: 1 V. Kuemmel, 2 M. Young. 3 I. Tellefson. 4 C. 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X YY SX im F if X WX X XX X XX ' X ' bx YQXX -' X QX L -A :XXX Ss XX Lgnd AQ fLLClI'Cll GlLCl!'!Q4'lgQS AQ gdfdy oLuCl5'.S' HALL GUARDS AND FIRE MARSHALS "May I see your pass. please!" is the courteous request of the guards who are on duty each period to see that only those on official business go through the halls. Together with the police they form an efficient system to protect the classroom from inter- ruptions caused by early-coming students and visitors from other schools. Mr. Herrick, their leader, also directs the work of the fire marshals who assist in quickly emptying the school during a fire drill. As soon as the fire-bell sounds these boys leave their classes and dash to their places. 92 ROW 1: A. Kroll, C. Baylicm, T. Callas. H. Lawrence. D. Canadeo. Mr. Herrick. ROW 2: K. Weber, E. Swetlik. R. Halvor- sen, D. Lee. L. Kovale, V. Chramer. I. Snow. E. Oddo. ROW 3: S. Perry. H. Hummel, F. Wall. O. Gonzales. I. Wall. A. Shabez, L. Kunde. ROW 4: T. Fer- rier, B. -Yates, B. Behrendt, M. Kent. E. Ballheimer. N. Mroz, L. Porter. H. Ben- ston. ROW 5: W. Peterson, A. Wight- man, I. Rose, G. Holzem. O. Porayko, S. Engen, G. Hargreaves, E. Powell. ROW 6: H. Donatelli, D. Bartells, K. Glasner. R. Roeinq. H. Cichy. H. Eck. P. Bardia. ROW 7: S. Schovain, I. Tellefson, G. May. V. Gedwell, F. Martin, K. Iohnson. V. Meissner. IN CIRCLE: Leonard Fcrhl- ander, Secretary of Student Council. gud Questions er gfiglzt lflyitlzout ass OFFICE SERVICE "Seeing red" is no novelty for these girls. for they are the ones who make out the tardy slips. Duties in the main office. the adjustment offices and the teachers' workrooms give the girls valuable experience in clerical practice and office etiquette. Civic credit is given for this work. The girls are also interested in the good times they have at their semi-monthly meetings and at their party held at the end of each semester. Miss Orpha Rompf is their sponsor. OFFICE MESSENGERS Hither, thither and yon are the places visited in the line of duty by this busy group of young fellows. On call the entire day they are always ready to leave their classes and dash out on errands for the school. Service is their watchword and they ren- der it whole-heartedly. They're a valuable asset to the office. UPPER LEFT-ROW 1: L. Ficht, B. Koller. I. Peigh, I.. Porzon. I. Berbes, E. Doering. L. Iay. ROW 2: G. Emma. M. Eich. R. Koff, L. Purzan, M. Nutti. I. Lieber. E. Christiansen, A. Hahn. P. Alberts. D. Mc- Cartney. L. Fallon. L. Fahringer. ROW 3: D. Weaver. A. Arntsen. H. Farley. I. Serqy. A. Kaiser. F. Hansen. V. Egner. V. Iohnson, A. Neal, R. Schildt. L. Kubis- tal. S. Nielson. N. Mahoney. C. Rowe. LOWER LEFT-ROW 1: E. Scavello. T. Epifanio. E. Damasco. V. Chramer. C. Greve. I.. Lutz. R. Zarritlo, A. Kachigian. D. Holmes. ROW 2: R. Maruszcak. S. Longo, S. Pogacar. C. Kisslinq. D. Clair. R. Gustafson. A. Woodside. E. Ballhei- mer. ROW 3: C. Venice. R. Gaus. P. Freeburg, I. Go'tstein. V. Vassello. M. Bull, F. Nordby, L. Seirs, G. Herring. D. Souvarine. E. Guettler. OFFICE MESSENGERS RIGHT-SEATED: I. Cartwright. I. Rosch STANDING: L. Moskalski, D. DeGrado L. Tresselt. DARDANELLES OFFICERS P. Ewuld. I. Cherhuvy. G. Koegelheider, B. Horri- son. Patsy May. cgfae .Hristocrats ome ext Qu our gat Qqra W N fig Dardanelles-Spring Semester Officers President-Irene Cherhcrvy Vice-President-Lillian Tipshus Secretary-Betty Hartung Treasurer-Betty Jane Hall n I w Sergeant-at-Arms-Leola Sponholtz 94 ecwing ood' lzouglzts cglzat ot cz e DARDANELLES As the Dardanelles was the gateway to the riches oi the East in ancient times, so the Dardanelles oi Steinmetz open the way to a new wealth oi service. They sold Campus Tags in collaboration with the P. T. A. and were aided in the sale oi Steinmetz Stickers by the Sigma Quad. whom they rewarded with a party. Their Spirit Pins. some of which were sent to men in Service. are a sign of school loyalty. Their main event of the year was the Dardanelles Round-up held on Ianu- ary 22 at the Oak Park Arms Hotel for all present and former members. Miss Ethel Kinderman is their sponsor. ROW 1: E. Byles, G. Kalomiris. B. Iohan- son. R. Gregorio. E. Hoier. V. Vassallo. S. Longo. C. Sandahl. L. Pickartz. C. Wallace. E. Kucera. C. Rowe. ROW 3: P. Frieburq, F. Ecquist, G. Gaus, M. Hapanovich. V. Baldi. L. Tipshus. C. Ben- son. E. Miottn, L. Huska. E. Karlov. L. Homka, N. Simonsen. ROW 4: I. As- quini, L. Paulsen. D. Ierabek, L. Iohnsen. A. Beckman. V. Stella. B. Lensky. ROW 1: A. Behnke. F. Wall. L. Schmidt. I. Sampou. L. Seges. V. Kuemmel. ROW 2: F. Emsley, V. Chramer. W. Gillis, A. Olson. L. Tierney. A. Larsen. L. Lutz. R. Kezele. I. Higham. V. Ostring. ROW 3: M. Ahlers, V. Steger. B. Wood. L. Schen- del. S. Gilbert. C. Laughlin. R. Handzel. I. Manson, M. I. Connick, L. Kelley. ROW 4: D. Rowe. A. Bayer. I. Iwaczyk. B. Hall. D. Poole. E. Olsen, M. Nicol. R. Marousek. V. Hedtke, C. Sullivan. A. Zudiac. L. Hartunq. G. Hansen. Miss Kinderman, I. Lieber. ROW l: Miss Utzig. M. Chones, L. Ketterer. A. Peter- sen. M. Gray. M. Eich. H. Stein. ROW 2: R. Gasior. C. Simms. E. Krystal. M. Koehler. M. Ruhnke. D. Lee. R. Chramer. R. Schumacher. ROW 3: L. Wagner. L. Beilfuss. D. McCartney. M. Balswick. ROW 1: F. Di Canio. F. Emsley. R. Handzel. V. Chra- mer. C. Geschke. ROW 2: T. Ferrier. S. Ray. G. Carl- son. E. Larsen. I. Snow. B. Iacques. ROW 3: B. Rog- ers. A. Bayer. B. Groe. L. Porter. V. Tarpinian. ROW 4: G. Novak. M. Costello. L. Schucher. E. Raisch. H. Cichy. O. Porayko. I. Holzem. eanups re CSBAOCAQTS when .gt Gomes CLEAN -UP "It's your city: keep it clean" is the city's slogan for the Clean-Up Cam- paign. Steinmetz is doing its part for National Defense under the efficient direction of Miss Utzig. They passed out Consumers' Pledges to all the students and a group made a survey of all the empty lots around school. and reported their locations and condition to the government who will use these lots as Vic- tory Gardens. Remember how we all picked up paper in search of the prize winning scrap of paper? Their activities culminated in their annual assem- bly. But we can't forget those record sheets for recording how much we did during vacation. 96 rogram roubfe? Cglxit 072.9695 when gt FIXIT CLUB When the teachers began to make our programs the Fixit Club was or- ganized to ease the teachers' work by tiling slips. marking the class numbers and indicating those closed. This is iust a small part of their work. Each mem- ber must have a "G" or average and be recommended by one oi three sponsors. Mr. Ramsey. Miss Cushing. or Mr. Downey. Remember the Fixit Club dance on April Fool's Day? LUNCHROOM POLICE Both lunchrooms belong to us. the students: the liberties given us are pre- served by the Lunchroom Police who only supervise the serving line and the use of the doors. Each lunchroom has three guards each period to facilitate its use. Mr. Herrick. the dean of boys. heads this corps. laces SPONSORS. MR. RAMSEY. MR. DOWNEY ROW 1: L. Carpino. O. Kashul. L. Ienski. I. Chambers. W. Sigwalt. ROW 2: L. Paulsen. M. La Bree. I. Leiber. I. Scott. L. Fahringer. C. Kadell. E. Szoro. G. Girasole. D. Crete. D. Pfieiier. ROW 3: R. Cinqueqrani, L. Lutz. C. Gazda L. Sponholtz. T. Takis. L. Seqes. ROW 1: Mr. Herrick. G. May. R. Fabiani, H. Schreiier, P. McGregor. N. Ludkowski. F. Di Canio. I. McCann. ROW 2: L. Walgreen. F. Kinstrand. R. Stevens. L. Thompson. W. Vezis. R-OW 3: V. Sloan. L. Wick. I. Whitney. H. Benson. E. Stermer. ROW 4: R. Broadhead. L. Moskal. W. Franklin. G. Kiersch, I. Lee. gtk UOUIS O mick 110089 W ... I ant ariety. IUNIOR SERVICE The untiring efforts of our loyal under-classmen. the Iunior Service. enabled Steinmetz to rank high in the Annual Thanksgiving Collection Drive for the Children's Aid Society. The girls and their able sponsor. Mrs. Dorothy Knipp. have witnessed some of the beneficial work done with their money. RED CROSS "The Red Cross Serves." that's their motto at Steinmetz. Besides the annual -driveioaycontributions. they have col- lected ash trays and books to give more comfort to the men in the Service. Did you know that Miss Baer was the first blood donor from Steinmetz? She and Miss Papenbrook are the club sponsors. POSTER CLUB Posters advertising almost anything at all may be ob- tained from this group headed by Miss Herbert lfor a small feel. You may see their work at any time by merely glancing about as you walk through the halls. They're really works of art. STEIN STEN n Stein Sten members receive practical experience in vari- ous office procedures such as mimeographing. typing and using the dictaphone. They not only obtain experience but give service to the school. too. The Misses Stoeckel and Vaughan and Mrs. Beach direct their activities twice a month. 98 ROW 1: E. Damasco. H. Andersen. G. Girasole. P. Mazzone. V. Kalemba. B. Iohnson. A. Opila. F. Battelli. F. Satton. M. Strai. ROW 2: D. Holmes. F. Erickson. M. Shrader. T. Farinelli. A. Hottenrock. M. Foulkes. A. Kiesele. G. Emma. B. Engelhart, B. Knauss. F. Wagner. S. Genuk. C. Falk. ROW 3: Mrs. Knipp. S. Starck. O. Kashul. D. Zimmerman. M. Eich. C. Venice. D. Diephouse. A. Schultz. L. Fallon. G. Mittelmeyer. STANDING: H. Wandke. R. Harrison. P. Alberts. S. Blau. R. Hennes. M. Docimo. C. Kloska. B. Bauer. S. Engen. B. Yates. L. Stamm. N. Goethe. I. Vi Pond. H. Farley. V. Kvinge. B. Clouston. I. Swanson. G. Potempa. D. Malstrom. M. Adit, E. Anderson. I. Anderson. I. Anderson. F. Angileri, A. Arntzen. D. Bachar. H. Balasko. A. Bayer. M. Beckowetz. B. Belcaster. D. Brandl. M. Brown. L. Bugno. D. Campagnaro. G. Carmello. G. Ciolino. A. Cipri. A. Connich. P. Di Corpo. R. Domine. M. Doyle. E. Erickson. C. Ernsting, L. Find- ley. R. Fredricksen, L. Geis. L. Gilmore, S. Gordon, R. Gustafson. R. Holhach. G. Iohnson. C. Kadell. I. Keating. A. King. M. Koehler. T. Kokoruz. D. Lee. I. Lee. I. Miclulott. U. Moeller. R. Murphy. E. Nagel. P. Nelson, M. Nero. T. Nida. E. Okon. H. Pucco. R. Roback. R. Robiola, L. Rosi. A. Smith. L. Staehura. D. Steinstrom. L. Waldron. W. Walkington. A. Wydra. D. Zimmerman. L. Kunde. ROW 1: B. Conklin. E. Swetlik. I. Haase. G. Olli- ger. ROW 2: O. Kampte. L. Porter. A. Haase. V. Benek. ROW 3: W. Choates. M. La Bree. G. Gai- son. D. Thomas. W. Dahl. STANDING: Miss Her- bert. I. Schwader. L. Shwinski. D. Daus. E. Rogers. C. Geshcke, E. Swidtek. E. Mrugacz. C. Hefieran. L. Broberg. I. Ness. H. Long. E. Berg. R. Dunkle- berger. ROW 1: C. Benson. V. Baldi. M. Ahlers. F. Wall. ROW 2: I. Asquini, L. Paulsen, L. Karlov. E. Bier. S. Keniosian. M. Weber. I. Ciaglo. ROW 3: K. Smith. E. Scavello. V. Vassallo. V. Hedtke. L. Schu- cher. ROW 4: L. Tipshus, E. Doering. F. Ander- son. I. Bogdanski. STANDING: M. Costello. I. Hol- zem. D. Mendelke. C. Hancock. C. Fallt. L. Mu- sengo, O. Porenko. S. McCreary. D. Maiewski. I. Bell. A. Szutiak. S. Kaczmarek. E. Antensen. C. Sullivan. E. Thiel. A. Dudziak. E. Kucera. D. No- vak. L. Schmid. V. Maibenko. Miss Vaughan, Mrs. Beach. gt Cflw Sway 5118 czamfq Qf Click Qf 9489 99 l ng gt Qgvczkty Cqzrst CQ4' Eeoczte you Lcblease. SAFETY COMMISSION The Safety Commission has a register of all the cars which use our parking lot daily. Mr. Nalecz and his helpers hope that their plans for a bicycle parking lot will be completed soon. AS WE LIKE IT Steinmetz's baby club, whose aim it is to provide original literature, music. and anything else as they like it. Miss Consoer is sponsor. DEBATIN G CLUB Do you like to discuss and debate about various problems facing us today? The Debating Club, sponsored by Mrs. Taglia, is the place for you. This is one of Steinmetz' newest clubs. SAFETY COMMISSION I. Ossler, N. Mroz, I. Lenz, E. Drake, Mr. Nalecz. AS WE LIKE IT CLUB ROW 1: M. Martinek, E. Olson. E. Doer- ing, V. Ostring, F. Emsley. I. Sampou. ROW 2: A. Larson, R. Maruszcak. R. Gazda. E. Byles, G. Marsh, R. Young, I. Essen. L. Seqis, I. Higham, A. Behnke, C. Milano, M. Ahlers. ROW 3: R. Sa- dowski, Miss F osse, R. Seward, C. Bara- bas, F. De Bellis, P. Alberts, P. Breit- sprecher, A. Bayer, R. Young, I. Meyers. R. Wonsoff, L. Schendell, F. Leschmann, A. Newman, Miss Consoer, R. Branzow- sky. ROW 4: L. Caflisch, A. Iwaszczuk, C. Wallace, D. Poole, L. Kelly, I. Cher- havy, G. Kalomiris. C. Rowe, V. Steger, R. Vernon, C. Bochnik. DEBATIN G CLUB SEATED: I. Cherhavy, V. Steger, V Kuemmel, R. Wonsoff, Mrs. Taglia STANDING: R. Young, R. Young, R. Ver- non, F. Di Bellis, C. Sandahl, F. Di Canio. C. Milano. ROW 1: L. Sereno. G. Kalomiris. R. Gre- gorio. R. Dunihue. A. Saks. I. Fahy. ROW 2: I. Higham. L. Ewald. P. Ewald. O. Gonzalez. B. Walterrnan. E. Steinbeck. Chesney. R. Thomas. H. Mulch. ROW 3: R. Pekans. V. Ostring. M. La Bree. G. Skladzien. M. Chambers. H. Honings. R. Lavieri. W. Blaul. M. Sime. ROW 4: T. Andersen. E. Iohnson. K. Haugland. I. Manson. D. Hamilton. C. Waller. ROW 5: W. Schoer. A. Gott. Mr. Frelich. R. Bergstrom. R. Loderhose. OFFICERS SEATED: L. Tyber. I. Chambers. R. Fre- lich. A. Goethe. K. Haugland. STAND- ING: R. Duff, R. Seward, H. Eck. I. Ar- cucci. M. Kent. Mr. Frelich. ROW 1: C. Diebold. D. Giseke, H. Shaw. L. Styinski. T. Waryck. C. Winge. P. Spiewak. D. Farinella. A. Olsen. G. Schultz. ROW 2: C. Hintz. F. Hickman. R. Heidenreich. R. Kopaz. C. McLean. I. Branzovsky, L. Iensen. A. Rasch. ROW 3: R. Strader. R. Carey. R. Wagner. I. Guirgin. C. Wiegel. C. Zelezny. W. Nie- quist. R. Rosenberg. R. Christiansen. R. Roy. eemg gs Qefz'em'ng," czys e omoe yfnan. VISUAL EDUCATION From art to zoology the Visual Education Department covers them all. Showing films. both sound and silent, are their everyday tasks. Mr. Frelich directs the numerous activities of this group and watches to see that each member keeps his grades up to a satisfactory level. The operators show movies to any class that wants them. exhibit slides when desired. Their main ambition is to become a period chief and go around inspecting the shows in progress and giving marks to the regulars. The girls have a chance to serve in this department as secretaries whose duties are the scheduling of shows and checking of the films which come and are returned to the Board of Edu- cation. Let's give them a hand for without their help our classes wouldn't be quite so interesting. IOI omes Hn gclzo- ow e iss flat pp e LUNCHROOM 127 and 134 are never so popular as during the fifth, sixth and seventh periods. With hamburgers enough for a famished army and salads and other delicacies for the light eaters all arranged in spotless cases. it is no wonder Miss Blake and her efficient staff come early to prepare the edibles for the starving ladies and gentlemen who come filing by in quiet order when the lunch bells ring. Besides exercising their culinary arts. the staff keeps our lunchroom immaculate and what's more lgirls take notel they even do the dishes. PICTURE 1: Miss Blake, manager, Florence Petree, salads. PICTURE 2: Margaret Iethon. cook PICTURE 3: Doris Gerner, Anna Baumruck, pastry. PICTURE 4: Mary Petrucelli. Sylvia Moe. sand wiches. PICTURE 5: Karen Ulness, Peral Nikiforow, Mary Farrelly. gtk Tneasures, icro es, o ecufes, 4' eage BICYCLE The Cycle Club members have oodles of iun on their bicycle hikes. Mr. Nalecz adds to everyone's enioyment. Mr. Nalecz. H. Schwab, R. Marcek. A. Behnke. L. Wroblewski. R. Huntzinger. I. Guirgin. B. Iacques. I. Spielmcm. N. Carone. Mr. Herrick. L. Schmueckinq. I. McNamara. ALCHEMSTEIN The Alchemstein's Santa could actually digest food. The club members make cos- metics under the direction of Mr. Iacob Ferd- man who shows them much chemical magic. SEATED: B. Smith. V. Serbicki. I. Kanizavelos. D. Rowe. H. Matson. H. Schwalb. R. Rosenberg. Mr. Ferdman. STANDING: R. Chodera. I. McLoed. D. Sorensen. C. Rowe. C. Waller. K. Priestap. C. Boch- nik. F. Sadowski. D. Bachar. MATH CLUB Slide rules. transits. and angle mirrors all have their inner working revealed at the Math Club meetings. Mrs. Margaret Zwicky helps to make mathematics interesting. ROW 1: I. Kantzevelos. I. Spielman. V. Ostrinq. ROW 2: D. Rowe. I. Meyer. W. Parisoli, R. Frelich. ROW 3: R. Franzobsky, M. Strai. G. Kalomiris. M. Fagrelius. C. Rowe. STANDING: R. Young. L. Segis. G. Marsh. M. Connick. S. Okamoto. R. Young. Mrs. Zwicky. Iames Essen. E. Olsen. I. Arcucci. I. Higham. PRE-MEDICS -TV Chicago's Medical Centers interest these future medical students whose meetings are directed by Mr. Grant Cook. Students interested in medicine are given special in- vitation to ioin. ROW 1: M. Nicol. L. Kelly. S. Hansen. V. Iaccino. R. Frese. D. Poole. E. Planz. ROW 2: I. Kantzavelos. W. Parisoli, H. Benson. E. Centener. G. Mueller, D. Lee. R. Clark. R. Rusick. STANDING: E. Woodside. I. Spielman. I. Lee. I. Martens. Mr. Cook, G. Schmelle- beck, E. Nordboe. F. Parks. R. Mahoney. I. Stoewsand. C. Rowe. L. Miller. E. Iohnson. R. Rosenberg. G. Kalomiris. L. Schmude. D. Rowe. R. Maruszcak. l 'li E E I s E V ! rgfways air Weather when Men S get Qgogetfa I04 ITALIAN CLUB I One hundred fifty members comprise this club. Its sponsor from its origin is Mrs. Santa Taglia. the Italian teacher at the school. The club is divided into various groups which function individually in the classes, but which meet as a unit once a month. This organization endeavors to promote friendliness and good will among its members. Through movies. literature and history it aims to further the culture of the Italian people both at home and at school. A bowling team has been organized recently to add to the recreational side of the club. All the members look forward to their Annual Dance which is conducted at the school. I PICTURE 1-SEATED: Mrs. Taglia, F. De Bellis, L. Sereno. A. Kapaz. P. Caruso. STANDING: R. Longo. M. Gruttadura. S. Oliveto. I. La Cagnata. F. Batelli. I. Cardwelli, L. Docimo. A. Partipilo. PICTURE Z--ROW 1: F. Stella. S. Bondioli. F. Donato. V. Di Tammaso. F. Tamburrino. V. Pecara. I. Michelatti, C. Gilberto. S. Marsiglia, D. Williams, I. Lazzarini. E. Li Fonti. A. Palmisano. ROW 2: T. D'Agostino. C. Capella. I. Verdoni. I. Tiberi. S. Oli- veto. A. Rossini. M. Gruttadura. W. Gabarino. G. Buifa. I. Pierini, M. Saniilli. M. Carolla. G. Campeolo. ROW 3: M. Silvestri. M. Lo Galbo. M. Docimo. P. Berardi. M. Cipri. Y. Lo Cesa. I.. Cribari. M. Litrenta. E. Grisolia, M. Martini. P. Biasi. L. Nickele. G. Sandri. P. Di Corpo. M. Nuti. PICTURE 3-ROW 1: B. Di Puma. I. Bevilacqua, V. Mule, G. Allegretti. A. Oddo. M. Bertagna. R. Fabiani. S. Inzerillo. F. Sun- seri. E. Lagario, E. Ruqgio. A. Di Tommaso. B. Flamini. ROW 2: F. Rossi. L. Bresson. M. Nero. E. Spinelli, N. Pietradoni. P. Pellizari. A. Grieco. F. Lo Socco. A. Marchetti. D. Siciliano. K. Pertile, I. Tarantino. R. Zarrillo. ROW 3: C. Gumma. C. Migli- arisi. I. Chieppa. A. Chieppa. M. Ierfita, G. Porro. E. Rugqio. M. Santilli, F. Scardina. I. Provenza, A. Bovio, P. Crudele. R. Bevilacqua. L. Greco. V. Castellano. 'Lilo' Ml.-' A8 864'Q4'LClL WCZVQ ll? LHC? FRENCH CLUB Each French class has its own club. but they work together. Our hedges will be nice and neat because the French Clubs gave Mr. Bade an electric hedge cutter. Entre Nous compiled a large scrapbook with the information about the French in Illinois and the origin oi French Streets in Chicago. This was a detailed re- search proiect. The purpose oi the club is to develop a better speaking power in French: this is done by carrying on their semi- monthly meetings in French. Each meeting has a short entertain- ment. These groups take various trips. especially to French pro- grams. At Christmas time they attended the all-French progra-m at Oak Park. They attended a "Soiree". an evening oi French entertainment, March 27 at the downtown Y. M. C. A. and another held April 19. at the Goodman Theatre. Besides this varied pro- gram the club has at least one party each semester. ROW 1: S. McCreary, S. Ray. T. Longo. B. Catsoulis, D. Crete. ROW 2: M. Dyer. M. Bailey, D. Thiese, E. Friborq, V. Chramer. F. Emsley. ROW 3: B. Marsh- ment. E. Gosky. L. Tipshus. L. Simonsen. E. Hoier. B. Harrison. ROW 4: A. Arnt- zen. M. DuPere. M. Boeykens. H. Cichy. M. McLeod. STANDING: C. Greve. M. Gray. E. Moss. D. Gassagne. E. Dixon. I. Lichtenstein. B. Williams. M. Deluca. H. Shaw. V. Balcli. ROW I: M. Vanderbilt. R. Diephouse. G. Stamm. F. Sutton. V. Murcek. ROW 2: G. Girasole, M. Carlson. D. Berq. L. Wagner. V. Stella. I. Whetherhull. ROW 3: A. Karnuth. R. Anderson. M. Koehler. F. Erickson. R. Grubba. ROW 4: H. Zogoren. L. Scott. E. Wahby. D. Seaborq. C. Staats, L. Rhino. ROW 5: C. Kadell. B. Lockefeer. L. Carter. P. Mazzone. STANDING: F. Arabian. R. Angileri. T. Carone. I. Zaret. H. Caluris. D. Baran. C. Le Clerc, E. Lonq. E. Szorow. I. Hen- nes, B. Breicha. D. Christiansen. L. Pow- alsak. M. Nahabeclian. Miss Sechler. ROW I: Miss Sechler. R. Allesee. D. Hamilton. R. Maruzak. B. Donihue. B. Harrington. F. Arquilla. S. Gallas. D. Diephouse. D. Souvarine. ROW 2: R. Potts. I. Bell. S. Sarelas. B. Balousek. I. Lueder. V. Gedwell. I. Mans Sandro. B. Cornelius. M 'Q CUM-... I 0 5 .gfong ag Q 77fZQQt cglzem, goffcg Qggflows POLISH CLUB The most outstanding deed of the Steinmetz Polish Club was the contribution of a S50 War Bond to the government last Ianuary. The club received a letter from Washington acknowl- edging it. From the profits of their all school roller skating party they sent Easter gifts to the men in the armed forces of the United States. They made their contribution to the Children's Aid Society by giving the proceeds of their yarn doll sale to the Thankksgiv- ing Collection. Miss Gorka, their sponsor, helps to build up co- operation and loyalty, the club's purpose. Besides, the club members take various trips to places of interest throughout the city and have a party at the end of each semester. 06 UPPER RIGHT, IN COSTUME-ROW 1 D. Vesely, D. Potempa. I. Piwowar, L Werner, I. Sergy. E. Stermer. ROW 2 A. I-Iillegas. V. Kalemba. V. Barabcxs. M Kiersnowski, D. May. LOWER LEFT-ROW 1: V. Kcxlemba. M Trzaska, V. Barabas. G. Twarowski, D Miller. I. Slowik, F. Tenga. ROW 2: E Stermer N Ludkowski E Cicheni z I: . . . . c . Sergy, D. Zdeb. ROW 3: D. Gasior, A Kmiecik. R. Katchmarlc. STANDING: T Czarnik. F. Madro, G. Iassalc, H. Szlapa, D. May, D. Vesely, A. Hillegas. UPPER LEFT-ROW 1: E. Skora. A. Min- kiewicz. I. Ciagol, L. Sklodkowska, I Krzesinski, E. Zemrus. L. Krzesinski ROW 2: E. Sabala, C. Walczak. G. Heck. R. Matusiak. T. Chmielewski, T. Kar- woski, W. Gill. Szymanki. ROW 3: E. Barczuk, R. Sadowski. E. Swiatek, C. Szymusik. E. Kvorka. E. Wilk. C. Sima. A. Misiura, S. Nocek. STANDING: E. Szlapa M Olszowka S Babi , . . . arz. E. Kadzielowski, E. Drake. D. Manikowski, E. Hilleqas. E. Czaikowski, A. Kawa. L. Twarowski, V. Pietras. R. Pantus. I.. Morgan. OFFICERS M. Kiernowski, E. Bcxrabas, I. Piwowar, Miss Gorka. Cqlze ofatins erenczcfe 07129 Quay anc eritos LATIN CLUB All members of our Latin Club. "Amici Apud Amici" are taking the language or have previously. The group as a whole received a thrill seeing the great opera "F aust". They contributed to the Thanksgiv- ing fund by selling pins. The members carried on their own Victory Book Drive. collecting' over fifty books. Miss Gertrude Nolan. the head of the language department. is their able and efficient sponsor. PAN AMERICAN CLUB As a member of a national organization to provide a better under- standing of Latin American customs and culture. this club sends mem- bers to regional conventions. Holidays are celebrated in the Latin America n way with always a Pinata. a candy filled doll which is broken by a blindfolded person. Pan American Day is celebrated with a dance. Miss Evelyn Thorsson directs the group. LATIN CLUB ROW 1: M. Williams. A. Searls. D. Williams. N. Ianda. L. Freure. L. Paulson. L. Liberio. H. Holzem. B. Wood. L. Huska. E. Centener. ROW 2: B. Clouston. W. Wysocki. G. Potempa. D. Vosiki, A. Smith, B. Knause, I. Stoewsand. H. Wandke. ROW 3: Miss Nolan. W. Nyman. D Downing. C. Kalenian. A. Schulz. I. Manson D. Zimmerman. C. Dennehy. PAN-AMERICAN ROW l: M. Hanan. B. Antonson. A. Buckland C. Roark. I. Snow. I. Thompson. A. Larsen. B Collins. ROW 2: L. Sponholtz, V. Buckland. H Patterson. P. May. W. Sigwalt. B. Rogers, V Kuemmel. A. Olsen. L. Fahringer. L. Bugno. M La Bree. ROW 3: D. Ierebek. D. Holmes. S L L. Bromstead. S. Perry. K. Haugland, L. Field. Kaminski, M. Harmon. D. Schultz. B. Owens, Timm. C. Sandahl. F. Gleave. ROW 4: R. Vinie B. Rose. M. Kitowski. S. Notter. M. Helgren. M Sahasky. M. Kale. E. Larson. D. Carlson. V. Steger. M. Thyfault. H. Schwabb. L. Mapes. Miss Thorsson. 1 Q My ear eme- eep n lze Heart QSjtQl.4fl4TLQf PARENT TEACHERS ASSOCIATION Our parents and teachers ioin together to increase our educational oppor- tunities by co-operation. Each month they have a constructive and social business meeting, stressing such measures as community health, current legis- lation and the training of better citizens through Student Government. They point out the importance of domestic tranquility for the promotion of morale. Besides such educational activities, they have various projects for the better- ment of the school. They sponsored the Campus Tag Sale to secure fertilizer for our campus. On Nov. 7 they held their semester Parents' night, presenting musical renditions by our Mothers' Chorus and an intricate drill by our Picked Platoon. All our parents realize the imminent dangers facing us: therefore the Steinmetz P. T. A. chose the theme "Attaining a Higher Americanism through Education." S T A N D I N G: Mrs. Breitsprcher, Mrs. F. Iacques, Mrs. R. Krueger Mrs. Wahlstedt, Mrs. F. Hayden Mrs. Wm. Hollatz, Mrs. O. Pfeif- fer, Mrs. G. Tarnow, Mrs. R Brown. Mrs. L. Scott, Mrs. H. Han sen, Mrs. M. Stein. Mrs. D. Gross Mrs. M. Selzer, Mrs. M. Iohnson Mrs. A. Moore. SEATED: Mrs. I Ottman, Mrs. C. Rochl, Mrs. I Amundsen, Mrs. W. Vallas, Mrs G. F. Ernstinq, Mr. D. F. O'Hearn Mrs. I. Vernon, Mrs. M. Christen- sen, Mrs. G. Houtsinger, Mrs. V Cassidy. CHORUS: Mrs. Clarizio Mrs. A. Moore, Mrs. H. Swideck Mrs. Ottman, Mrs. Wm. Breit sprecher. Mrs. Gaston, Mrs. O Pflugbeil, Mrs. G. Tarnow, Mrs. F Iacques, Mrs. G. Cole. ACCOM- PANIST, Mrs. Lee Scott, Director AT TABLE: Mrs. F. Iacques, Mrs M. Iohnson. Mrs. O. Pflugbeil, Mrs. I. Vernon, Mrs. W. Shea. I08 1 1 . 1 cglwlr ictory BOOL Qrive mates cg em ops EDELWEISS VEREIN One of the most recently organized clubs at Steinmetz is the Edelweiss Verein. Mr. Mueller is the sponsor. Most of its members are students of the German classes. but others are invited to join. It has a social aspect as well as a cultural one. Watch their new bowling team. EDELWEISS VEREIN CLUB STANDING: l-A. Hehn: 2-L. Wehlaw. V.-Pres.: 3--W. Mar- tens: 4-G. Klotz, Sec.: 5-Mr. Mueller. Sponsor: 6--A. Streder. SEATED-ROW l: 1-C. Gasior. Pres.: 2-E. Thys: 3-R. Speidel. ROW 2: l-D. Kaufman: 2-C. Leiser: 3-M. Emmel: 4-D. Aiani, 5-I. Pohl: 6-L. Schucher: 7-R. Ecker. ROW 3: 1--I. Swan- son: Z-L. Busch: 3-K. Bruns: 4-G. Wohlstedt. ROW 4: 1-H. Thzis: 2-L. Hacker. Treas.: 3-I. Hoffman. LIBRARY CLUB ROW 1: L. Paulsen, F. Arquilla. S. Keniewski, D. Maiewski. A. Kaiser. E. Karlov, R. Harrison. ROW 2: M. Ierabek. N. Ianda. I. Hanges. D. Lee, D. Williams. E. Bier, M. Costello. ROW 3: L. Sten- cel, V. Serbickl, S. Stein. C. Wal- lace. D. Husely. ROW 4: G. Mor- ris, A. Iwaszczuk, A. Zitella, Miss Nowak, Miss Kritzberg, Mrs. Wal- ters. STANDING: E. Koehler. B. Clouston. M. Sycowski, Y. Di Cesa. R. Niequist, I. Rossi. E. Kurqan. L. Kubistal. E. Szorow. H. Nordin, S. McCreany. W. Kluz, H. Wandke, P. Frieberg. LIBRARY CLUB As you enter the "College of Knowledge." you are met by genial faced members of the club. Inconspicuously and efficiently they assist in the library routine supervised by Mrs. Helen Walters. I09 country is as strong as its people. America's de- fense lies in the bodily strength of its youth as well as in their mental alertness. Sports play the double role -they have the answer. S x S R X x . 'S x . XNXXX xx X X X X XY Xu XS Q X X Xfix SQ NX X . XNESSYY9 ! SN Wm fi , 41 Z A 457 X A XX Wg." -X. if - Q X X6 ,J Q x K ,:g..5.. NNW M. Q? wi X X X . 3' 1. . T an Qx fx 1 mg . x .. 5 R win 3 iq, f ' ig! QTQ 047193 FOOTBALL Hold that line! Block that kick! a touchdown and Steinmetz scores again! They may not always win. but no one can say they don't try hard. Coach Thompson is the morale builder for the boys, but his iob is made easier by the loyal fans who attend all the games and keep the sections cheering for the home team. Il2 AQ Cl4'Cl Q f ROW 1: W. Spilios, A. Vogel. E. Busulovic R. Kalomiris. C. Smuzik, C. Baylian. F. Fa raro, I. Monroe, C. Baldridge, B. Kosins ROW 2: I. Shanahan, R. Daley. W. Petei R. Lenartson. I. Renner, R. Hookenson. Raddatz, W. Williams, H. Sivertsen. M. Nal: bedian. ROW 3: R. Wallman, R. Rogqatz. Donatelli, R. Roeing, K. Glasner, G. Heitschmie R. Bidstrip, D. Canadeo. H. Kosick. I. Mitace ROW 4: L. Ver Vers, R. Moehr, R. Black, t Perry, I. Ness, R. Heckinger, C. Felt. ly Thompson. l ilu. 1 An ., QI A. .P J ,fl . If , f , 1 fx v. I, V. ' V f . f, X 1. p,,.- . A A gf I , fr ,g"7-N.: 3 ll I ,I 1 I . ,B , JK . .- if Q! 5 X E Neg sex Q it Q fi-'S Q : Q av f.fmH2J C7-C148 Q og Q QCZITLQ, OVQ .Z Grower TRACK TEAM ROW 1: K. Ericksen. I. Hann. H. Mat- son, H. Donatelli. R. Frelich, E. Fio- rito, I. Arcucci. B. Trandel. ROW 2: M. Berkowitz, W. Peters, A. Newell. H. Donatelli, W. Peterson, W. Fitz- gerald, I. Fernandez, N. Kollmorgan, W. Caviti. Q. Reilly. ROW 3: H. Vormen, R. Liebenow, I. Little, R. Pugliai, L. Moskal, L. Schieber, W. Lindsey, R. Sloan, Mr. Vessel, S. Spillar, E. Woodside. BASEBALL TEAM 'ROW l: G. Zimmer, P. Karambelis, W. Walsh, A. Iohnson. R. Speidel, G. Demas, C. Noelte, R. Carlson, B. Zim- mer. ROW 2: I. Smorowski, L. Pos- sehl, R. Kedrick, C. Parckack, E. Mass, R. Pendorski. D. Humbrock, R. Kennedy. F. Markos, I. Randall, P. Palandra, F . Pinter. G. Leiman. ROW 3: Mr. Ruzicka, Coach, R. Rubom. R. Dvorak, Gord, D. Schaefer. F. Ofen- lach. l. Czieldo, I. Wabby, I. Cue- zaldo. R. Feny. H. Sator, E. Trendel. I4 TRACK TEAM Iumping hurdles high and low, running stretches to and fro comes the track team with Spillar, Fiorito and Matson probably in the lead: pell-mell down the third floor cor- ridor-yes, that's where they prac- tice: you can hear them any day thundering down the hall. BASEBALL TEAM Come out and root. baseball fans! Fill the air with that "Yeah team and seven rahs" for Stein- metz. It's the spirit that counts as well as the game. Coach Ruzicka says he likes the team to come out on top but most important of all, is the training which the boys receive in playing good clean baseball. Iune 1941 brought the Steinmetz Leaguers on top-rolling up for the second time the City-Wide Cham- pionship with the score at 7-2. Steinmetz vs. Farragut. Possehl pitched us to victory, with Cana- deo. Marsh and Adams helping out in a big way. Take a look at their trophy award in our beautiful new trophy case near the main office. at Wim, vcgjalal gather 34 fl cbslwzm U H SWIMMING TEAMS o Our two Steinmetz Swimming Teams -the Iuniors, composed of those under 16 years of age, and the Seniors comprising all the older boys, have left a remarkable record behind this year. After defeating all 17 of the Chicago High Schools losing to two outside schools, they placed second in the City High School Championships. They placed in 5 out of 7 of the events. Mr. Havlicek planned all the meets including the city tournament on April 14. Whoa! What a record! C. Stahl, A. Rosch, G. Bayer, R. Heidenreich, H. Prodoehl. W Daniels, W. Mencinqer, E. Feniwick, E. Fiester. F. Brown, F. Cas- tle, T. Kokoruz, G. Iohnson, E. Birkeley, P. Wirtz, L. Mueller, R. Beecx-oft. A ROW I: L. Kvinge, F. Lubiens, R. Nicholson. I. Phelan, C. De- viney, R. Young. R. Young, D. Auberg, B. Steinmetz. H. Bold. ROW 2: T. Gallis. W. Tate, R. Kennedy, E. Renowden, F. Guido. R. Niequist. C. Wright, A. Pauling, L. Corona. I. Harrington. E. Kowalewski. ROW 3: B. Hartman, M. Hendry. Co. Capt.: E. Eudeikus, A. Marchetti, I. Hillyer. E. Berge, R. Huntzicker, Mgr.: Mr. M. Havlicek, H. Pabich, K. Albert. Co. Capt.: H. Grieder. G. Anderson, L. Docimo, D. Lorie. GOLF TEAM "Fore!", "F ore"-out of the 'way-here comes the Steinmetz Golf Team. To them Spring means, not spring fever. but hikes about the Golf Links. These lads and "Pop" Pfeil, their coach and pal, rate high. ROW 1: D. Manczak, I. Mangan, H. Goldstein. ROW 2: P. Kulich, Mr. Pfeil, G. Goldstein. elf Qgltrzfes Csjvares .gre ylotfzing are BOYS' BOWLING ROW 1: 1-E. Zielinski, 2-E. Zaiac, 3-Sanders. 4-E. Freitag. 5-R. Latall, 6-I. Penkava, 7-R. Olsen, 8-E. Iwascyk. ROW 2: 1-E. Sabon, 2-M. Pikus, 3-V. Icobazzi, 4-C. Hoppe, 5- K. Burns, 6-G. Karambelos, 7-R. Christopherson, 8-G. Klein, 9-I. Smart. ROW 3: 1-I. Wagner, Z-R. Iust, 3-R. Heiden- son, 4-G. Devinney, 5-C. Heiferon, 6-F. Ossler. 7-S. An- derson, 8-I. Rossi, 9-A. Horvath, 10-I. Wuiicowitz, 11-G. Bodeker, 12-R. Sobansky, 13-Mr. Pteil. BOWLING TEAM "Another strike!" That is a common occur- rence when the Steinmetz boys are bowling. Mr. Pfeil. better known as "Pop," enioys instruct- ing the boys in making a strike. Of all the eight teams fighting to represent Steinmetz, two teams won out. These peppy boys have the highest series record of the city. Cedric Hefferan and Bob Latall bowled the high game of 233. Oi all the boys who bowl, only six oi the highest bowlers are awarded letters-nice work if you can do it. The dream of a City Prep Bowler is to sit near the bandstand at the bowling ban- quet, for each team is seated according to its record. This year over 1,500 bowlers attended the banquet at the Stevens Hotel on May 17. .gvfifffi re .rs evfzaffiisi IN ww? p . ' . - 5. ---M..-mmgmm. A ...W Q' F' Q YN N xv-.W . X .W . K K Q w - X .. .. if- ' fx XX " ' N x wx X v .Q A x X .-A 'X k M- Q . my .. - .""0 .x Y k uv- H N23 1 N 1 ,Q " 5 ' "wifi X .M . . . . -X XX .xv N- X x Kbxxx N' Kgs. V Aww N .X s x X ix X XXSXSE X . SN XXX W X , ...N- X xx . N. LX QYQ Q..QY3XSL-NEIF1 1.135 sf vw X x ,gs ...V Sm.. Q X A --.qw . x ygwk -F ,E Q. X X R . N QR X wr.. 5 5 FN .. V N N K S Q :S 1 i i S 2 42 3 S E . in . k F if . .5 , Q as H . Q. - . .... . wx X . 5 g ,, .' X Q K xxx A is . 1 Q 5 E E 2 li G. A. A. BOARD ROW l: I. Holzem. L. Hafe man. I. Hall. L. Pickartz, I Sampou. I. Cherhavey ROW 2: M. Gruttadaura, S Langer. E. Fenton. E. Nord- boe, V. Brown. ROW 3: L. Podolak, M. Docimo, Mrs. Soderberq. L. Tipshus. E. Haiemun. Q 9118 901 J Q 004' . ll CQTQ ll uit Q Q .1 gm 9 ff H G. A. A. During the first semester of this year Mrs. Soder- berg sponsored the organization. Now she being out sscoma smvrasrnn, Nor PICTURED: L. Paulsen, D. Berq. G. Kiersh, S. Zielin- - ski. T. Melgaard. V. O'Sul- livan. A. Zika, H. Adamski R- Sfeffan- S- Beckman. M- bers ofthe club. This year they have a class in keep- 5 Sahasky, A. Huettenrauch. on leave, Miss Regina Selinger is in charge. Every imaginable type of sport is engaged in by mem- L. seqes. D. Kaufman. I. ing fit for democracy or as some term it, reducing Higham, M. LaBree. class. The girls thoroughly enioy being members ' of this lively club. The greatest event of the year is the day when the G. A. A. awards are presented marked by a special assembly. Every G. A. A. girl's ambition is to walk off the platform with one of the letter awards pinned on her. I I 8 H L F afencfar of gvents September 2 School opened the eighth year of Steinmetz existence. September 10 Defense is emphasized at the first Steinmetz "Defense Assembly." October 1 Sigma Quad and Dardanelles have sell-out of school stickers. October 15 Freshies enjoy their first G. A. A. party. October 28 Bright eyes enjoy the Student Council pro- duction, "The Great Allowance Battle." November 6 Treasury Program stresses "Know Your Money." November 7 P. T. A. sells Campus Tags and entertain fathers in the evening. November 14 8A's peek in on High School Life. November 27 Music supreme at the Symphony Concert. December 5 The N. H. S. welcomes its new members at a school assembly. December 8 There was a star-studded cast in the Band Show. December 12 Dardanelles sell School Spirit Pins. December 15 The Bill of Rights reviewed to students. December 19 Season's Greetings and our Christmas Play. Ianuary 7 Dardanelles Style Show, part of All Girls' Assembly. Ianuary 13 The G. A. A. rewards good sports. M figlz oflglzts gn he lfworfcf Q9fQl.4'l4flfLQtZ I' ll cf US uf cf R81 gain let gut .Z Lg tice R Q .Z 'cg R. O. T. C. Strike up the band! Here comes the R. O. T. C. marching by. See how their polished brass catches the sunbeams and throws them back again. Their sno Lieutenant Carl Christoiferso e kne him as "Sergeant"-now in tiv service white belts and gloves CI ide'0 V. laccino, Capt.: H. B ntsen. 2nd Lt.: L. Thomsen .Fr k. F. Straub, K. Humbroc . W. Vezis, R. Peters. R. Coco. W. Sigwalt. W. Ware, R. Sloan, W. n . Livermore. I. Collier. -, I. Schwab. C. Mikuta, P. Paliughi. C. Todd, P. Pagliai. R. Ecker. R. Lindgren. W. Wysocki. A. Palmisand, D. Waldany. R. Wilke. T. Gallis. A. Pette- nuzzo, R. Grassklas, G. McAleer, A. Paus. P. Cangelesi, I. Essen, H. Onak. P. Iacobs. L. Austerman. C. McLean, R. Heidenreich, R. Shragal. C. Bodtnick, A. Wehrhan. I. Reed. H. Gunlach, S. Teresi. H. Lynch. H. Luckawski, H. Mapes. L. Wysocki. V. Tamei, S. Bandioli, W. Roman, A. Slezak. L. Priess, C. Baader. W. Lentz. R. Kostuck, A. Rhino, R. Haver, P. Riesterer. W. Vorman. E. Chini, L. Smaldino. I. Lishka. P. Scierroni, I. Oesterreich. H. Brown, W. Kassa, C. Hutter, A. Miller, L. Bergstrom, I. Churchill. I 2 0 5? 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Mulch, I. Lomatsch. W. Caldwell. E. O'Rourke. Corp.: L. Ververs. I. Van Dorpe. E. Iohnson. Corp.. R. Prishing. E. Lenz, Sgt.. E. Iuister. R. Radtke. I. Rus- sel. M. Sime. F. Mascare. G. Skladzein. D. Michels. H H land R. Sadowski. Sgt.. K. Mogren . y . . A. Goethe. Capt., E. Darre. Sgt.. P. Falk. Corp.. D. Williams. E. Bott. E. Fischer. C. Loda. Sgt.: M. Olszowka. Corp.: I. Heckinger. 2nd Lt.: A. Ander- sen, M. McCarthy. I. Herbert. E. Planz. lst Sgt.: O. Schmidt. Sgt.: D."KliiWittsx. Corp.: E. Daley. Corp. C. Gaisor. Corp.: W. Martens. Sgt.: G. Smetters. Sgt.: C. Schulz, H. Kuksa. C. Drury. I. Broel. Captain Wenzel: P. Breitsprecher. 1st Lt.: W. Schroede. 2nd Lt.: K. Priestap. 2nd Lt.: G. Wahlsted: I. Takis. Sgt. I. Garner. E. McDowell, L. Whitney. G. Cruickshank. B. Stege. G. Gauraccio. R. Scholer. G. Perman- ian. N. Mroz. Sgt.. W. Schaeder. lst Sgt.. C. Sczmusik. D. Farwell. L. Fresselt. L. Stycznski. V. Papienski, D. Vosecky. Sgt.. C. Wright. R. Holbach. Corp.. I. Noth, R. Cerveny. C. Hintz. C. Iohnson. A. Spillar. R. Anderson. R. Loderhose. R. Heck- inger, L. Mapes. I. Smith. E. Wielgus. F. Ackerman, G. Schmidt. I. Kooden. R. Loitis. R. Vernon. Sgt.. R. Cloud, Sgt ZZ! C. Pawlowski. P. Schneeberger. Corp.. I. Urbanek. Corp.. C. Gritty. W. Krebs R. Cdrey. R. Sorenson. C. Donahue. H. Harring- ton. R. Larmay. R. Mason. W. Pytell. W 1 in '. 'B H onquer e ynust when ur ause gt gs gust' R. O. T. C. We miss the Lieutenant, but we're sure that Sergeant Walker will do his best to win back the Honor School rating that the "R. O." had once under the Lieutenant's supervision. The Federal Inspection, held annually in late spring. is the ex- treme test of the year. Preparations are started weeks in advance so that the army inspectors will receive the best impression possible. The goal of the R. O. T.'C. units is the small red Honor star worn on the right uniform sleeve. Lieutenant Christopherson Warren Moeller, Cadet Colonel Capt. E. Rogers, lst Lt. I. Di Guilo, lst Lt. L. Korcz, 2nd Lt. N. Carone. 2nd Lt. G. Friendlee. A. Newell. G. Watson, R. Leibrock. D. Klein, E. Levin. E. Boldt. R. Peckens. W. Knolle, V. Wagner. K. Lauppe. W. Nymcm. A. Piconere. F. Favaro. D. Andersen. R. Muro '. E. Woodside. Corp.: H. Wagner. Sgt.: I. Hennes. Corp. , . ' X 4 I I 1. shabez, sqs., lips-adtke, corp.: R. Szybilski. I. Pmupalo, F. Rossi. G. Heck. R. Iewell, S. Maczka. R. Pagliardini. P. Corrado. I. Ronto, E. Pager. I. Speilman, lst Sgt.: G. Klotz, Tech. Sgt.: L. Moskal, Corp.: W. Peter- son. Sgt.: I. Rose. Corp.: R. Allesee. A. Iohnson, I. Maloney, F. Parks. I. Harrington. - .: .,,. , . .5 ,..,:.:::..:::-1-cy..-2 -.-.,. : ..-,.. . 1-:S-: ---,.'..- : 'W " "" W" """' - , ' ' . ""' V f""T""E 12:E,.'55::5,-5-::'E':r-525.5 s . it 5 . xslt. st 2 if ff 1 X N fr at X My ,-QXW : , , I X Q 0 as . JI. ree eers or cglze mei lfwlzite Qfue I. Lee. 2nd Lt.: E. Bradtke. 2nd Lt.: L Jensen, 2nd Lt.: L. Scott, Capt. C. Hoppe. 2nd Lt.: B. Wilson. A. Demos I. Hillegas. D. Fitzgerald. D. Gorman. R Kotowski, lst Sgt. R.'Roy. R. Ehrmann. E. Black. R. Prishing a n 4 , R. Drysdale. D. Herbert. H. Knudsen. Sgt.: W ' R. Lavieri. Sgt. Q sg ' ' . Goebel, T. Zimmerman. Sgt.: E. Mc- .-:" ' Aleer. Corp.: R. Nelson. X W. Tate. R. Baur. W. Wallace. C. Deer- ' 6 T ing. Corp. X t X Q sy X .S X Q Q Q S X . G X ft A .. St L r C. Roessl. Corp.: A. Karmuth, Corp.: F Miller. L. Romano. D. Burns. T. Schweiss. R. Krueger. R. Kost I. Lenartson. G. Shannon. A. Mardigan. COLOR GUARD Stand at attention: the flag is passing by! How proudly the Color Guard march with Old Glory in their midst. Who has a greater rea- son to be proud than they who guard our symbol of liberty. free- dom. and peace? The guard is al- ways on hand to give faithful ser- vice at school assemblies or at com- munity or city-wide parades. Their movements and precision are in- spiration to all. R. Pagluiqi. K. Humbrock. W. Wysocki. R. Roy. Mapes. 91? 24 Cgteinmetz gs cz usy Qface fContinued from page 1192 Ianuary 14 N. H. S. bids 4A's farewell at their breakfast. Ianuary 15 and 16 Green Curtain Players present "Sixteen in Au- gust," a smash hit. . Ianuary 23 The night of enchantment, the Senior Prom at the Edgewater Beach. Ianuary 28 Class Day, the luncheon, dance and all. Ianuary 29 4A's bid farewell to Steinmetz. Ianuary 30 New semester begins. February 16 They come to register for our country's calling. February 20 We pay homage to great national heroes in the auditorium. February 25 Steinmetz's voice saved for posterity in record pre- sented to us by Mr. Sanborn. A March 6 Mayor Kelly visits our Civilian Defense Program. March 9 We remember with awe old Fort Dearborn. March 17 Actual Indians campaign for Defense. March 19 The Girls defeat faculty in volley-ball. March 26 P. T. A. is host at N. W. District Convention. March 31 ' The classics presented in splendor by the Sym- phony Orchestra. April 10 The class of 1946 sees Seinmetz in session. April 13 N. H. S. initiates new members at assembly. April 15 The South American Way was the outstanding feature of Pan-American Day. April 17 May May May May I une Iune Iune Iune Iune Iune The Clean-Up Campaign puts its message across at annual assembly. 5 The P. T. A. presents its successful program. 7 The Student Council presents the Parade of Stein- metz Stars. 21 The Steinmetz R. O. T. C. passes by in review. 22 Captain Dowse presents the Concert Band in vari- ous musical renditions. 3 Mermaids swim in perfect rhythm at the Water Pageant. 10 Letters and chevrons awarded at G. A. A. as- sembly. ll There's great sociability at the N. H. S. Breakfast. 12 The night of glamor for all 4A's, the Senior Prom at Medinah. 23 Smiling 4A's celebrate Class Day. p 24 Their last time together-it's graduation. QXTK F Q?y 'S WV XSX Sxxi . 2 X x -N w ,i 2 W we xg? Q W SS X wawaiw S SQRSS f ss S. 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Associates, Nurseries Burbank Sport Shop Burland's Shoe Store C. 6. S. Disposal Co. Conrad's Barber and Beauty Shop Consumers' Coal Co. Hon. Alderman P. I. Cullerton E. Decker, Shades Einar I. Effords. Pharmacist Elston Laundry F orman's Meat Market Q Fullerton Coal Co. Gateway Recreation Goldbond Dept. Stores. Inc. Harwood Florist I.G.A., Tom Gamilletti Iean's Beauty Parlor Herif Iones, Pins Edward Kaindl, Recorder of Deeds Krist's School Store ' Mr. 6. Mrs. Ioseph Kopecky William Lewis. Musical Instruments Lucile's Beauty Shop E. I. Moore, Gowns Mr. 6 Mrs. Matthew I. Martinek Neva Bowling Alley Ryan Florist Shop Dr. C. Rutter Sweeney Coal Co. M. Satton Dry Goods Store Stratford Recreation Three Sisters. Inc. Dr. Vinikour Dr. Thomas R. Wright Mr. 6. Mrs. Iohn G. Zelezny x Mr. William Ebert of Ebert Studio Mr. Leander Hagerty of Superior Engraving Co. Mr. Wm. R. Niehaus oi Fred Klein Company. Printers Mr. Harold Beckett of Kingskraft Cover Company Flowers donated by Mount Olive Cemetery Association kgutflgf C110 5 f GIVE THA KS I 0 I HE Sefge?n5 Ch1'iSt4ff5Q?f:9e EAN h K. gi - is "A. I CHRISTMAQ CHEER-'-FDR U. SYQASERVICE MEN ? :girl Q 1, ' . , .. IN HOSPITALS 4 J: A I 'F OCTOBERJV "27,e 1942 - g J e .HI Qld i.i1bisai you won't forget fmef' ' were geant Carl Christqffersenfs parting' wdrds ash Sfceinmetzfbade him fire- well ate an gssemhlyj held 6nV'M5,1jehl.' rue sergeamg who ,isf'i1oiv'ELie11fg 4f for aetive dhfyee in Uiiied' st fe r e a s Army. He had. been 'fthev military. instructor for-' the Stein? - metz ,funit of ' thef"'R:04T.Gf5 Since September, 1936," and' was Ewell lilfeii bby' the entire 'sehdbl-' who knew him tb" be' 3. very -modeet person.f ' " ' Mr. '0'Heari1 stated fhdti lihder - Sergeant ,Chrisfoffersehm the Abqys in' the 'R.OV.T.C., had gained ffeelf., qeontrol and self4-respectf 4 "'I? fhgve 'often heard- ,A parerifs, .commentgf on e the fine, hpfiearailice, -and lzhgizhers, of hour R.O,T.C.'1 boys," saidf iMr4A. 0'He3rn. " ' The facility ag Vwellf as .the presented A the Sergfeant' wifi! !gifts as a farewell'p "A- 11 .Walter F. mifghardt, ,ly taught af' 'scum higih ' Sehool r h will be the -'new m'i1ita1lyeinstiiigEt3if A . .- ---...1--,v -.Q .-f...,..--. f..-...ff 1f2-.,2- af! enant chriswffersen,1eftr1asf week-.Q 7 A Administrative Aids Alche-mstein . As We Like It . B Bands . Baseball Basketball . Bicycle Bowling . Boys' Choir . C Calendar of Events Class Committees Clean-Up . . Concert Orchestra D Dardanelles . Debating . Division Rooms . E Edelweiss Verein . F Faculty . . . . February Graduates Fine Arts Guild . Fire Marshals Fixit . . Football . . French . . . Friends of Steinmetz G G. A. A. . . Girls' Choir Golf . . Green Curtain H Hall Guards . . I Italian Club . QQHCJQJC 7 . 103 . 100 80. 81 . 114 . 113 103 . 116 . 76 124. 125 . 54 . 96 . 79 94. 95 . 100 56 to 69 . 109 8 to 14 16 to 28 . 79 . 92 . 97 112 105 . . 126 117. 118 74, 75 . 115 . 82 . 92 104 J Iune Graduates . 28 to 55 Iunior Service . 98 L Latin . . . 107 Library . . 109 Lunchroom . . 102 Lunchroom Police . 97 M Mathematics . . 103 Messengers . 93 N National Honor . . 87 O Office Service . 93 O'Hearn, Daniel F. . 4 Our Honor Roll . 55 P Pan American . . 107 Parent Teachers . 108 Polish . . . 106 Poster . 99 Pre-Medics . . 103 Press . . . 84. 85 R Ramsey, Grover C. . 7 Red Cross ...-. 98 R. O. T. C. . . 121. 122. 123. 124 S Safety Commission . 100 Senior Choir . 78 Sigma Quad . 88 Silver Streak . 85. 86 Stage Crew . 83 ' Stein Sten . . . 99 Student Council . . 89. 90. 91 Student Court . . 92 Swimming . . . 115 Symphony Orchestra . 77 V Visual Education . . 101 S3 , ffjfjw is W My uffyw 'Q WW 5 JJ N ff wfiw fly 5 yiw fg Nyngg 5 W ig Q 3. XX6 XD: 4 rf W VAS ' ' 1' UM! VU. ' - ,F 1, Y ,w ,,Jff' ff QM 'QY4 Y 4.f'if'f 'I I H AA ,ff A 71 ,1 QV :Q NA 1 ,',i, fQ"fV-1734? X pfgff! gf! :WH wif" MXMJ, ,P : 3:--,N , V-KL ' , . LL. X, ,.1'-' 4 4, 1 R I 'K 1 LQ" .P if I fi f xg , '1"lr . '1 Rf 1 f . N LW' . Q, . '13, ' VJ' - 'L Hg ,Q I w :le if .S 1. fr 1' ' F J? lvl X H1 'l'w T fi yu 1 I 1 ff! 4 ' J vi J, ' 1 , ' g '- 5. I tu' M' if .af 4 ,ugh '51, my .5 'FE' avg 4--',"Ig' IH 9'F:p0'a,MpAi2QQ1A,,a,Ji'559w.m,! E 41,3 any ug' G, Mn -H 464 48 N 'THQ 4553: fb 'V 'BU -'fl


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