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

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We have not been bombed. We have not been driven from our homes into slavery. How small, how insignificant are the problems of the home front com- pared to the realities of war on the battlefield. How trivial must a civilian complaint about lack of butter, or a choice cut of meat, seem to a man engaged in the actual fighting-a man who hasn't had a warm meal for days, who has had to sleep in a mud hole, and who, as part of his daily work, must charge machine guns, face artillery barrages and be ready to meet death at any moment. Peace-that is what he fights for-yours and mine! What about the peace to which he is entitled! When he returns we must see that conditions are such that, in small part at least, he shall be compen- sated for his tremendous sacrifices. We must see that he has a job and that, if incapacitated, his family has adequate care. We must give him peace of mind and of body insofar as we are able. 945 ,f ,X 'ggi fx! 'K 5 Z53 iff? MH. 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A 1 n.,.1l5,,, . A - VV :.-.-.r .-5, - . .115 ll f-Aa,-.A -- 1- Pg. . 4' A - ' A' Ali? ,nw . v ..-.,, x K g ka. ' Y N- A-f sa- ,Wl ., .A ,, , . .-J 5? - Q., "A u' J 1,5 . iz. Q -x. .nf-'-.' 1' T:-1.-, - Amp., , X-JY. :- .X . -X' . 1 s , 1- Y -,, 4 5 X N if N, -- ' -. ' 'X s u., - -. .. .hx 3- A . .., 5. ,. n s . L X' x ,,... . 1 ., es. , 11-3. -Q . ,W , . f' I 'Wi -wa' n v "' 1 K Ss ffl' .,,,+j,, 6, ,J ur ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL AND OFFICE AIDES As Assistant Principal of Steinmetz, Nlr. Ciroxer C. Ramsey has the task of elliciently organizing and programming the students and faculty of our school. Director of Hall Guards, Lunchroom Police, Fire Marshals, and Assembly Ushers, Mr. XValter Herrick counsels hoys upon discipline and attendance. Students at Sayre Branch find school days hlled with activity and learning under the direction of the very genial and capable Nlr. Ylfilliam Mcliride. XX .ilu-r llerrick. .'Xut-mlaiite Ulmer, C.. NlcI.e.in. ID. Nolte NlL1lIL'IIl In-lpers. lfroxc-rf R must-5, Assistant Print ip.lI. XYiIIi.nn Nltllritle. I'rintip.tI r-I 5.lfI'L , Q , ff 1.. c -fn , .Aft ,4 I if , , 1 . ir' , r I A I flank' ,S I nga' I I Tw K Many Hand Vic c thc Clock of Efiicicncy OFFICE AIDES Steady in judgment and loyal in friendship, Mrs. Elma Boughton advises the girls. Careers unfold themselves to students interested in their future under the guidance of Miss Margaret Feeley. Capable and efiicient in the placement of freshmen students is Miss Mary McTigue, adjustment teacher in the fall semester. Miss Novotny has taken over the Spring semester. Mrs. Ethel Triebel supervises the attendance of the girls. Top liefl fIit'!IIVt'.' Mrs. Hma Houghton. Dean of Girls. Ccnltfr pit-1 rrrz Miss M. lfeely. Career teacherg li. Lange, L. Kreuz, student helpers. Lou-er lcfl pirlures Mrs. F. Triebel, Attendance ollicer: I.. Thompson, j. Stoneherg. student helpers. Lauer riglvl pitllrrm Miss McTigue, Adjustment tezlcherg M. llulseherg, student helper. x eff Page I .1 "fav I6 The Ch arm of Poetr and Prose ls Revealed b Them EN GLISH DEPARTMENT 'bf :Y M155 Lora M Ad ence Armitage riff? Mrs Flor 'mor ms, co Ord, Miss Mar garef Q h mg, Instructor Nflsglgvlpublne speak Sp0n50r of As We Lia Cimsoer l C ON SABBATICAL Mrs Esth F Kmpp er rCY Mrs Dorothy MLM hel McNam or xn c at am sponsor of thi! 1 Nhss Et ude O C000 L Mxss Gert: Mass Helen Sm er Screa Rou 2 Ce R 1 ubhcxcy Her M155 an of schoo P gy Rxedmx f Green Cuifa 01, Nhss M21 ssc Vxehoff sponsor 0 d Cross M ss RubY Mxss T LOU K b and Re C mmxuee Tzdent L u LC Men s Phyers of Serv Ye ner ehaxrman D r- - 5 . , 1. 9 ' Y - u .t r . Y ' . Y . ' , . H w , 9 ' ' 9 ' 9 A - 5 Rau' I ' ' Q . ' , 1 . h ge 1 'g 5 . . , . ' Papen- . - ' - ' Xia OYL bro '3 ' . 'e . I n ' , . Q Q 1 9 . K 9 Watch Your peech the Experts Are ln lght' 95- ENGLISH DEPARTMENT 'Nlrss Margaret Boller co sponsor of Natxonal Honor SOClCIy Mrs Elma Boughton Office Aide Miss Mav Cushmg L0 Qponcnr of the Frxlt Club and Lhalrman of Department Orgamzatron M155 Agatha Fosse chairman of the Eng lush department MISS Ber fha B Honor Soc, raddog-1, Spons eff' M of of teen A4158 Fr ISS Carmella D the Natrona the Sfho ances M 1-360 ol pape CVey In M155 nator MISS M I Mrss I.1l1,an efiirv Sponsor of ary Rred Nmgm m111e,M1S y C0 Ord! s Lourse V1 eh Off Puga' I 7 MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Miss Charlotte O Brien Nliss Agnes M Polka counselor of 3B CllXlSl0flS Miss Anna btzii, Mrs Margaret Zwicky Miss Iona Rehm tounselor of 3A and 2A divisions Mr Charles Schutter chairman of the Mathematics department Miss Alice M. Sutherland. Miss Dolores Eddelman. Mr. Williain Chidester, sponsor of Clean-Up Club. NOT PHOTOGRAPHED Mrs. Mary McKeeng Mrs. Kathleen Con- way at Sayre Branchg Mrs. Florence Young, Miss Pauline Holly. Where the Plus and the Minus Are the Signs That Count Where Facts, Net Fam: , Guide Their Task. is X SOCIAL STUDIES DEPARTMENT Lors Bergh War Effort co ordrnator and sponsor of the Mrnute Men Club Mr Leslie L Bradley counselor of une gaduatrng class Mrss Marre E Haley prom adusor Mr Walter Herrrck attendance ofhte man of socral studres department Charr Ethel L jaaobek IH charge of department text books Mr Ellrott Hyman Mrs Mary Brennock Mrss Ethel Ixrnderman Mrs Ethel Trrebel prom advisor and Admrnrstratne Assrstant Not Photographed Mrss Sadie Engelstern Miss Lrllras Grant Pagv Lovely Ladies Are There Anv Tongues You De et Knew? P110 LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT Miss Mary E Collopy sponsor of the junlor Servnce Club Mrs Lydla Fausel sponsor of the Edelvwelss Verem and the Stern Vereln Clubs Mlss Lucy E Halnbecker at Sayre Branch Mrs L1ll1e Ruth Hadley sponsor of the Latm Club Mnss Catharme Landr15,an sponsor of Snlx er Streak Mnss Irene Sechler sponsor of French Club Mrs Santa Taglla sponsor of Italxan Club Miss Evelyn Thorsson chairman of the Language department and sponsor of the Pan Amerlcan Club Noi Plaolograpbed Miss ean Bogovucz On military lease Mrs Gertrude Nolan Crane IU5 SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Miss B Pearl Dierks sponsor of Stu dent Louncil ehairman of general seienee department Mrs Gertrude Ex arhos Mr aeob Ferdman ebairman of ehemistrs department sponsor of Alebemstein Club Rou 2 Mr Frank Frelieb sponsor of Visual Edueation Miss Sylsia L Gruener ehairman of biology department Mr Cornelius Henle sponsor of anuary graduating, eass Mr ulian Miller sponsor of the Nat uralist Club Col ames XY 'Nloody ehairman of physics department and sponsor of Stage Crew. Niiss Annette Ornstein' Mrs. Grace Bertlingb' Miss Dorothy Compton Nlr. Martin Kenm' Mr. A. Novak' Miss Evelyn Pawlan. Not Photo- graphed: Miss Olive Weas'er. If , ,, f ,f 4' f ,f Lis f""v J' ' I Pays' 21 The hole Truth and othing but the Truth. as h Q ,F i Q X I p ij . I. , - T T 5 ' .I Q l 1 1' 1 1' 235, " lb in 1 t gf 5 M ,,. .B Long Hand Turns to hart Hand Under Their Dictation. 0 r 0 ha Rf Rou Tltfmanual adN 1523 on Miss Of? affects SS R93 b L 'na Hebei onlte Sefilte CN in M155 LMSC 0 Wa 5 SPOQSOY m X R011 T bree Whalen COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT To Rou Mrss Florence Andrews Mrs Isabel Beach charrman of the commercral department to sponsor of Stern Sten Club M1ss Rose Baer l' i.. 9? n Lhafhe 0 lr Mrs get Fee ,SS M3158 S Sthoo Pa ,mp Nlr Albert Snuso Mrss Gertrude Donnersber5.,er Nlr ohn Hackett Mrss Angelrnc Petlto Mrs Hanore Whalen Aol Pbologra bed Mrs Dorothy Bade Mrss Mary A Frtzpatrrtlx Mrss Marnaret A Vaughan Lo sponsor of Stern Sten 'V' 1 lv! my P, Y fi ' E g 6' r .J N Z I x W 1 .E Gif A I an 6 . 6 'A . , f A ui ' l 5'- . ' .y - X pet, is ' I " V V 1 D if M . 5 y.Mu :Q . . S., E ' , t' ' W wana l 'X n ' 5? X - ,Q -xr ' 'CT , i X tt 022 Thelr Castles Are not Always ln the lr W? 'gglgjgef Q-3,-'5 il TECHNICAL DEPARTMENT VI155 Helen Ryan Vlr Clyde Echelbarger property man Mr Fred T Holm Mr Stan ley Nalecz Mr Paul Pfenl M155 Ella G Prouty at Sayre Branch M155 Evelyn Ras mussen Mass Mtldred Stavers, chanrman of household art depart ment, Mr Wllllam Slegel, M155 Mary Lysaught, Mr Svuatek, Mr Charles Temple, counselor of 2B dxvlsnons and chanrman of technlcal department Pago 23 Q O O . O f '- ffawffn W Q A V 'Y , ,mf , ' , :gg ' '52 ,, ' if 1 , 1 . , , Ma f , 1 1 , - ' 7 ' 9 ' ' 1 5 v . - 3 9 , J, 'I ,X ' Your Hidden Talents Come to Light nder Thelr Eagle Eyes ART AND MUSIC DEPARTMENTS Mrss Eluabeth Blythe art advrsor on Srlver Streak Mrs Harrret Lalwerley charrman of musrc department and sponsor of Sternmetz Choral Society Miss Edrth Garrs charrman of art department Mrss Gertrude M Herbert art teacher 'i Mrs Eluabeth L Sorenson musrt teacher at Sayre Branch Miss osephme Farr sponsor of r Grrls Chorr and Freshman Sophomore Chorr Mr Wrllrard Groom drrector of orchestras Sr Grrls Chorr and Stemmetz Choral Socrety Mrs Gladys M Harrrtt art teacher Mrss Ruth Krlgour director of Boys Choxr O - O I 0 O -.4 , I, . ., , . . ,Z D . , Y 7, . . . n , . L . . . , . 3 . I , f'V ' .Q . . . , Manx L? b 6 . , , ' . , . 'fwfr-ly . F . 'Q I l . 5 L . . Q Page' 21 The Guide Youth to Peace Through aneuve I'S 5 PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT Above Mr Lawrence Han sc Branch Corp Duckworth ROTC mstruc tor Mr ullus Lakm coach of Basketball d hu at Sayre l F Havhcek coach of Right Panel Mr My es Swrmmmg Team Mrss Mavcme Hoffman spon sor of G A A Mrss Geraldnne Rolence charr man of Girls Gym department Mr Edward Ruzlcka coach of Baseball Team Mnss Regrna Sellnger Mlss Florence Soderberg Mr Herbert O Thompson coach of Football Team coach of Track Team Mr Fred Vesel chanrman of Bo s Gym department Not Pbotogra bed Y Mass osephme Carlotta at Sayre Branch af Iago 2 QM 44,511 wi,4M,1u,, 1,,'g:t w,m kim - Q a1.ug,,..,,,,,.' ,A f, M he 1 hu IVV,-.I Gu lg fu I 'ml '.',r', -1 UU'-al In N' A Pig In 'f.w.f.. L,,,,ml XJ' 4' DAY If ' nusqur M' l Hu' 'U N" H N M Dunn Uvvmsauxs :-f. ,.. n 5- . 1. Hs.x.,,,.f 'uk Oil :Ml M-f,.,m, 'mo YW W if ""'wQ, Q. 'iw 'ar 222 A 7:1 J! I W- -f. 'av I Cmff, f 'l'625?" 4' . 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'WP A Uh VN f-is I .X . -'-'rw iv,-Q Paqv IJ S CIE N C E D E P A R T M E N T Bottles botllts utrx xshtrt but nothing there to drink Thats tht Chemistrx Laboratorx xxhtrt tht xounv thtmists are up .md .itom Prattionfil ing with tht Printiplt of lutrs and tht. Lau of Moments They ttll ua thu like tht subjttt but bi no means is it an can ont but thu rtnlut non mort than utr its importantt l . P. 1 .A- g 1 1 5 1' I " ' A A A i' b ' A L' k' ' A ' ' . ' W I Distillation is the experiment in progress, we understand. Below, the serious young people are work- """ i ty' ,14- ,,,, 41 RJ 4-uv - --- -.Q.- X' The aroma of cooking draws us toward the S CIE N C E D E P A R T M E N T Domestic Science room. The teacher sees our hungry look and beckons us enter. Our hats off to the high schools of Chicago! Wfhat beautiful equipment! Little blondie to the right, seems to be stirring up thingsg it's batter for the cookiesg squeezing out those fancy trimmings is really trickyg Miss Curly Top to the left is the packerg soldiers and sailors are the lucky recipients. Careful hands cut and fit -nimble fingers sew and rip-teachers say it's all worth while- if we care to be in style-yes, they're all hand made. 1 Pagf' 33 4 'M lt! Pug: I I ,J- Q 7 C IA L S T U D I E S Round table dlstusslons on hlstorxtal duelopments take. on .1 ready to pop mam questrons Anuent History rs the subjut Informalrts pruarls as the talker strm ulatcs hrs assrgnment xxrth .1 tareful traung of hrs whereabouts on .1 large globe We tatth snatthes of terms suth is our South Amerrtan neighbors .md frrendls relations It s Pan Arnerrtan history I ll xx agar Sig V 'A A 5 S A if af " . 1 ' s r 1 x . ..- V. L, 1 S' s f I1 . I t Q .f ' 5 f 1 , ' K X clubby atmosphere. Attention is centered on the important performer and the audience seems to be f A. 'J ,k.k,' A .' , - , , -' 'f - , U N- . 1 y sl r - s xr - 1,- .1 I llillt GERMANY Fhdlw me FRANCE f S xl AMA X Q2 Q' XX e pass xnto a C INILS elass Here we learn that eaeh elass 18 S 0 CIA L S T U DIE S eondutted as .1 huslness l'DLCIlflg xxrth eharrman presldnng Toples are assigned beforehand Class partrexpatnon ns urged the students lose rt and the elasses are popular Another phase of the hrstorw program at Sternmetz lb C urrent Es ents By map studs magannes and newspapers, the young people keep up suth the latest developments of the vs ar The progress of the war 19 regxstered on room maps esery few days Truly the Soelal Studres department has taken on a serv modern dress I aqv I l x . 1 in 9 ' ,, 5 'F . - ' x,-' U 1 l ff C ' lwunfa s. 0 , A ' T 'Q' 771'-5. " I' , .4 ' -,- ' , 'll Q.. . -, 'H 1 11' u f Q4-ww " A' 4 .- 1 - 0:1111 ', , ' an 1 A' ' 49 fm. ,, l 0' ,, ' , I I V, ' 'f- l A b -L, 'K- ., ,1-A - , A J 1,.,,5qz... Q, f 1 . . 'N-.- V' "Lv: , ,f ' "" 1 . x ' 5 . 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CHALLENGING THE FUTURE If we the graduatmg class of 1945, wxll gaze into the future, we may almost see the calm, peaceful world we once knew, when we were very young Sparklmg wlth renewed glory, the earth rthout the norsy and butter sp1ns exactly as lf dld before, but w r Thmk of the challenge dear classmates' clamor of hateful wa let one that loves peace Let us welcome the plllars of a new soc y, well enough to ma1nta1n lt If we do our part 1n th1s noble purpose, s that eser dlcl or ever will we shall have been the greatest clas raduate from Stemmetz 1-.. Wm 44" fri' 'fi -VKRWISE' JQK1, I, f ,yvi-QR C glib- KV by A. in 1 1 S, rff0G' 81 .1-rp. -.:1"' " " .x,.,s,- M'--4-elif" Januar Class llllicer Arllun' Bnrgxlrom. the president of the january 1945 class, is pursuing a music course. fnlm Dnrimu, Vice President, is inter- ested in Drawing. Marie Immleffi. Secretary, selects a Science career. Annu Marie Zilella. Treasurer, picks the Academic. All are shown in their chosen role. Mr. Cnruelil1.s llwlze is the sponsor of the lanuarv graduating classes. He is a vers' husx' man when graduation approaches. I-ny.. so lt Happens But Once In Our Life Time Oh! What a wonderful night. A night of real formality. Girls dressed like queens, their escorts like kings. The smell of fragrant flowers fill the room and you are in another world with an air of elegance. Eyes beam brighter, hearts throb faster, steps seem lighter--our Senior Prom we shall never forget. i Ll fi QV' -3 vw "' 'ur' 'eh fv, W-JI' wwf jean Adams Marie Aloisio Ralph Anderson Elsie Andreason Lyle Anundson Alice Arntzen Lydia Bachar Ruth Bachar Rose Baglian Gloria Baldowsky' Lily Barker Beverly Belcaster LaVerne Berg Anne Berger Barbara Bergman Betty Bernreuter Dorothy Bescb john Bonavolant Grace Borglum Rudy Brinati june Broberg jEAN ADAMS . . . "jeanie" has a knack for getting out of trouble . . . likes the Navy and crew cuts . . . goes in for casual clothes . . . "Elites" are her friends . . . Clean-Up, Pan-American, G. A. A. MARIE ALOISIO . . . Marie spends odd moments playing various instruments . . . expert in beauty culture . . . Marines are A-1 . . . misses meat . . . enjoys stage shows and ice skates . . . Italian. Hall Guard, G. A. A. RALPH ANDERSON . . . "Ookie" enjoys listening to the radio . . . can repair them too . . . misses radio equipment . . . admires XVendell Willkie . . . prefers Dixieland music . . . trombone affords an outlet for his musical talent. ELSIE ANDREASON . . . California or Sweden lure "Swede" . . . expert at tap dancing . . . admires Miss Garis . . . her ideal is "Mom" . . . Army and Navy vie in her esteem . . . Pan'American. Red Cross. Bowling, ca. A. A. LYLE ANLNDSON . . . According to Lyle. all teachers are O. K. . . . enjoys good music . . . misses butter . . . ambition is in the medical field . . . a lake in the country allures . . . N. H. S., Latin, Student Council, Alchemstein. ALICE ARNTZEN . . . "Al," the expert when answering question- naires . . . representative at christening of cruiser "Chicago" . . . twirls batons. plays flute, paints and draws . . . N. H. S.. Dardanelles, jr. Service. Student Council, G. A. A.. French. Bowling. Oflice Service. LYDIA BACHAR . . . "Lynn" likes to collect dolls . . . talented piano player . . . likes swimming and tobogganing . . . Dad is her ideal . , . would rather he a housewife than an office worker , . . admires Army Air Corps. RLTH BACHAR . . . Tickling the ivory is her talent , . . keeps attuned to Glenn Miller's records . . . letters to her brother capture her odd moments . . . misses kleenex . . . adores Miss Kilgour . . . Dardanelles. Service Men's Committee. N. H. S. ROSE BAGLIAN . . . "Shorty" traveled to Michigan and Wisconsin . . . reading novels and roller skating are her sports . . . Mr, Pfeil is choice teacher . . . Office Service. G. A. A.. Senior Choir, Student Council. GLORIA BALDOXYSKY . . . "Glo" likes riding. howling. and skating . . . would like to he a commercial artist and live out XX'est . . . goes in for popular music and suits . . . Student Council. Stein Sten. G. A. A. LILY BARKER . . . Going to hall games is Lily's favorite sport . . likes to wear sloppy clothes . . . ambition is to write novels . Page 52 Star Editor. N. H. S., junior Service, As We Like It. Student Council, G. A. A. BEVERLY BELCASTER . . . "Bev" likes the juke box . . . admires Abraham Lincoln . . . future school "marm" . . . deplores moody people . . . Green Curtain, Red Cross, Minute Men, Nature Club, junior Service, Silver Streak, G. A. A. LAVERNE BERG . . . "Billie" wants to own a ranch . . . riding, swimming, bowling appeal . . . likes "boogie," sports clothes and Merchant Marines . . . misses men . . . would gladly give up home- work . . . "I" and "Dutchie" rate high. ANNE BERGER . . . "Hamburger Anne" has traveled in Europe . . . collects odds and ends . . . sun-tanning is her summer pastime . . . aims to be a typist . . . Student Council. junior Service, German Club. N. H. S. BARBARA BERGMAN . . . Collecting stuffed animals is "Bohby's" hobby . . . "Oh, Heavens," says she. "Montana for me" . . . Silver Vfings attract her . . . horseback riding and ice skating keep her trim . . . G. A. A. BETTY BERNREVTER . . . "Irish" enjoys collecting data on Boh Hope . . . Mr. Temple is favorite teacher . . . "Mom" is ideal . . . Green Curtain Players, Math, Girls' Choir. G. A. A.. Office Service Language, Library. DOROTHY BESCH . . . A devoted housewife in a small town is "Dor's" ideal . . . misses men but would gladly ration homework . . . Miss Eeely' Tales tops . . . Stein Sten, Edelweiss Verein. Star. G. A. A. jOHN BONAVOLANT , . . "Bone" collects pin-ups . . . icloliles Tommy Dorsey because he likes swing music . , . would like country life . . . Miss Kilburn and Rudy' Stranges rate high . . . Senior Choir. Eire Marshal. GRACE BORGLLM . . . 'Traveling rates high with "Babe" , . . wants to settle as a housewife in Chicago suburb . . . favors dressy clothes. Miss Cahill. Air Corps . . , best friend is Eay Ciesielski . . . Choral Soc'if:Iy'. G. A. A. RLDY BRINATI . . . "Red" likes to bowl and ice skate . . . idolizes Harry james . . . goes for Nav y because of uniforms . . . admires Mr. Lakin . . . sports clothes and popular music' have appeal . . . Italian. Eoothall. jl'NE BROBERG . . . "Angel" enjoys teasing people . . . Ray' Milland rates high . . . will find happiness living in California and working in a radio studio . . . Dardanelles. junior Service. Ofhce Serv ice, G. A. A.. Green Curtain. Minute Men. JOHN BROD . . . Lt. Colonel Jack wants an army career Wltss Farr is tops and so is Nlontana R. O. T. C. Ofiicer Rifle Team Trick Squad Lsher Detail Picked Platoon Fire TONI BROSSARD . . . Golf, bowling and records are among Toms fayorites The Syndikate and sports clothes please this future mechanical engtneer misses gasoline brother Bill his ideal . . . Prom Committee lN H S FRAlNK BROWN . . . Brown, the trombone player enjoys loahng working on steam boats and toboggan slides . . . Mr. Temple ts his choice wants to be a marine engineer R O T C Band, Swimming, Alchemstein XIRGINIA BUCHHOLZ . . . Army Air Corps is tops with N irgie wants to become a housewife in Arizona . . . has a great talent for talking favorite pastime is swimming German G. A. A. LOIS BLlNGE . . . Little "Lo" prefers to slumber a railroad ofhce job is her ambition likes the role of a housewife wants to ration dishwashing Miss Farr her favorite G A A Stein Sten. ARTHLR BLRGSTROM . . . 'Longshot professional musician wants to work at Paladtum Hollywood with Stan Kenton . favors loud clothes Mr Bradley Jake Marines rate Student Council, R. O. T. C. Band Student Court Visual Education IN H S EDXX ARD CABLK . . . Hockey sleep and golf intrigue Foo double features irk him gtse him the wide open spaces ideal people are Nitss Farr Mr Portle and Cousin Nftckey Fire Marshal. JOHIN CAMPO . . . Music and horses are Johns delights Arizona calls him r Bradley attracts him . . . ideal person his girl friend modern clothes and Boogie are his weaknesses . Band, Football Team KATHRYN CARNEY . . . "Kay s ambition is to he a college coed and live on the sunny side of the street . . . conceited men bother her likes the Cayalry Green Curtain As We Like lt C A. A. LAVERNE CARPINO . . . "Louie admires the lNavy will be a research mathematician satisfied to always live in Chicago Fix lt Pres untor Service Office Service Student Council Clean Up, Latin, G. A. A JAMES CARTWRIGHT . . . "Wahoo would be a marine ideal teacher is Mr Herrick is quite a swimmer . . . collects cigar stubs hopes to skip class and not be caught Latin Swim. JEAN CASS . The "Hungry l'our are Jeanie s best friends medicine intrigues her Mr Bradley is her ideal teacher Choral Society Sects Senior Girls Choir Dardanelles Stein Sten G A. A. JAMES CHICOURIS . . . "Chick the future woodcaryer puts Mom and Miss Kilgour in first place Navy' attracts him molecules allure htm enjoys chatting with friends od Thomas B1-Qggard sunny California beckons him . smooth haberdashery his weakness Brown Virginia Buchholz 'VIARY CHONES . . . "Choney skates and dances Lee adores her sister collects Bunge Arthur Burgstrom records college is her goal . Star Silver Streak Clean Lp Pan American As We Like It Math Student Council. Senior Choir G A A JAMES CHRISTOPHER . . . Chris loses the accordion collecting phone numbers is his hobby admires Miss Kilgour and Pop Pfeil the lNasy is his choice enjoys swing music . . has athletic aspirations Basketball FAX CIFSIFLSKI . . . "Peanuts prefers feminine dressy clothes likes dancing to sweet slow music . "Mom" is ideal to her Vera Joseph is her pal California calls Oiiice Service Stein Sten, Library G A A DOLORES CLAIR . . . Our future Florence Nightingale is Dee those bike hikes in trigue her enjoys Bing Crosby would lise in Arizona Red Cross Senior Girls Choir Olice Service, Pre-Medics Bowling Latin LEF COLBX . . Lee, first a Navy man later a lmotype operator admires Mr Herrick misses canned peaches . dances and bowls likes small towns Visual Ed Fire Marshal, Parking Police Police Boys Choir DONNA CONRAD . . . "Connie future flung secretary adores sentimental music sports clothes Mrs Beach and Army' Air Corps could do without concerted fellows misses her butter Dardanelles, N. H S G A A P S C FILFFN CONRAD . . . "Tuddy former Saserite skates plays piano bowls sunshine lures her to loafing . . . sways with Waring s swing Janice is her best friend N H S Dardanelles Pan-American. Hall Guard G A A Girls Choir La Verne Carpmt Dolores Clair LA VERGNE CRAMER . . . "Red" has seen twenty-three states . . . Bing Crosby is her ideal . . . ambition is to be happy . . . will be a switchboard operator . . . Fix-lt, Green Curtain, As XX'e Like It, Carrot Top. DOROTHY CRETE . . . "Dot's" travels have taken her to Europe . . . says she has hidden talents . . . will be a future NVAC . . . admires Mr. Ramsey . . . enjoys skating and swimming . . . Fix-It, French, Green Curtain, G. A. A. YVONNE DARRE . . . "Eve's" ambition is to get lots of sleep . . . likes to dance and swim . . . symphony devotee . . . "Pop" Pfeil is her favorite teacher . . . all branches of service are equally important . . . G. A. A. JOHN DAVEY . . . "High Pockets" longs to be mechanical engineer . . . Oak Park, his future home . . . hunts, golfs, swims, saves guns and stamps . . . will join Army Air Force . . . Track. Football. DOROTHY DEACON . . . "Dottie" rates "Mom" and Miss Farr A-1 . . . objects to homework , . . likes summer sun-tan . . . misses catsup . . . Star, junior Service, Stein Sten, Minutemen, Library, Student Council, Student Court, G. A. A. ELAINE DIXON . . . "Mom" and "Dad" are "Dickie's" ideals . . . banking appeals to her . . . ambition is to find happiness . . . likes to read . . . sports interest her . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten, French, Student Council, Ollice Service, G. A. A. JOHN DOCIMO . . . "Doc," likes to draw and imitate singers . . . photography is his hobby . . . falls for thick steaks . . . would ration smoking for girls . . . goal is Army Air Corps . . . Pres. of N. H. S .... 4A President. HARRY DONATELLI . . . "Swede" is the outdoor type . . . brother and sister rate A-l . . . wouldn't mind if girls were rationed . . . favorite teacher is Mrs. Taglia . . . prefers Chicago . . . Basketball, Track, Italian, Lettermen. BETTY DONNOM . . . Artistic "Bets" strives to be a dress designer . . . adores swimming and horseback riding . . . collects horse statues . . . Miss Sellinger and Mr. Bradley rate high . . . G. A. A., Student Council, Star Business Staff. MARY DULEN . . . Collecting match boxes and strumming on a guitar are "Irish's" pastimes . . . her thoughts wander West . . . worships her Dad . . . newspaper work is her ambition . . . Student Council, Latin, Star, Choral, G. A. A. ELEANORE DURACHTA . . . Pounding the ivories and writing to servicemen occupy "Ellie's" time . . . the "Elites" and brother "Ches" in Navy rate solid . . . could do nicely without homework . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten, G. A. A., N. H. S. EVELYN ENOCHS . . . "Ev" would like to be a librarian and live in a suburb . . . favors Mrs. Dibelka and Lois Zinkel . . . misses shoes . . . "Mom" is her ideal . . . N. H. S., Red Cross, junior Service. DOROTHY ERICKSON . . . "Dot" aspires to play in a Symphony Orchestra . . . classical music, operas, and recitals are her choice . . . Ruth Schildt and Mr Groom rank high in the A-1 department . . . Orchestra, N. H. S., Dardanelles. i Qfivergng Cfamef Dtgrodig Crete LENORE FICHT . . . "Lee" aspires to be a private secretary and good wife . . . Mother and Dvonriiey Srre ff fl Swan Navy rate A-1 . . . adores sentimental music and dressy clothes . . . Dardanelles, Junior Service, mm 5 eamn ' ame lx Office Service, Red Cross, G. A. A. LORRAINE FISHER . . . "Lorry" would like to live in Canada . . . Mr. Pfeil is her favorite teacher . . . misses nylons . . . likes casual clothes . . . likes the Navy because of a certain someone . . . G. A. A. CATHERINE FOVOS . . . "Cathy" loves dancing and tailored clothes . . . enjoys saying "PiHle!" . . . Navy rates high . . . would gladly ration some men . . . ambition, successful business woman . . . Dardanelles, Council, Stein Sten, French, G. A. A. ELEANOR FRIBORG . , . "Ellie" has done extensive traveling . . . the "Elites" and Miss Viehoff are her favorites at Steinmetz . . . strictly jive is her menu . . . loves the Navy for good reasons . . . Dardanelles, Green Curtain, Star. PHYLLIS FROEHBRODT . . . "Phyl" intends to go to college . . . shuns deceitful people . . . likes to dance and swim . . . hopes to keep house some day . . . Concert Band, Student Council, G. A. A., Hall Guard. LAWRENCE FUNKEN . . . "W'hitey's" favorite remark is "carrot top" . . . would gladly ration homework . . . farmer's life beckons him . . . thinks Miss Farr and the Hit Parade are tops . . . admires Army Air Corps. HOWARD GAEDE . . . To be an electrical engineer is "Howie's" goal . . . popular music, movies, and sodas rate high . . . Mom and Dad are ideals . . . Navy courses offer gobs of attraction . . . Math, Library. john Docimo Harry Donatelli Betty Donnom Mary Dulen Eleanore Durachta Evelyn Enochs Dorothy Erickson Lenore Ficht Lorraine Fisher Catherine Fovos Elaine Friborg Phyllis Froehbrodt Lawrence Funken Howard Gaede ,Eg-,,m. -1:3 i i" 4 . V t s , ' . 'in I y E V U SEC. 323, ff -A X ,QC fi in Sf 'Y it - 'i"'x 'RR -snug. .5 5' 1' fd Q mf 1 L1 1 D i Garrow Ann Gaspari Leonard Gaude Rose Gaus Gilmore josephine Glines Eleanor Goble Eunice Godfrey Gustafson Lois Hansen Lois Harp Marion Heck MARGARET GARROW . . . "Margie," the soap carver, prefers the Navy because of a certain someone . . . would ration homework . . . the role of a housewife appeals to her . . . Miss Selinger, her favorite . . . G. A. A., Green Curtain. ANN GASPARI . . . Lovable Ann wants to be a stewardess . . . favors Miss Kilburn . . . the "Elites" rate high with her . . . enjoys swing and boogie . . . junior Service, French, G. A. A., Fire Marshal, Student Council, Star. LEONARD GAUDE . . . "Len" has a talent for singing . . . his ambition is to be a professional golfer . . . would like to live in Alaska . . . Merchant Marines are A-1 with him . . . enjoys golf . . . Football. ROSE GAUS . . . Artistic "Rosie" collects cat figures and tardy slips . . . "in a minute" is her favorite saying . . . likes to read and swim . . . admires Mrs. Knipp . . . N. H. S., Dardanelles, Student Council, Office Service. FRANK GERMANO . . . Frank is artistic . . . wants to be a jockey . . . collects coins and plays football . . . misses gas, but could give up girls . . . movies, sports clothes and swing music appeal . . . prefers Marines. PHIL GERMANO . . . Phil will probably settle down in a small town delving into chemical mysteries and spending his spare time fishing and hunting . . . he'll tarry with the Navy first . . . Mr. Havlicek is his favorite. ROSEMARY GIFFORD . . . "Giffy" swims, dances and skates . . . dramatics and photography please "Rosie" . . . being a success in her undertakings is her ambition . . . Mr. Pfeil, her division teacher, is tops . . . G. A. A., Spanish, French. LORRAINE GILMORE . . . "Stooge" goes in for dancing to music sweet and low . . . loves to work . . . a future bookkeeper . . . ideal persons are her mother and father . . . hopes to reside in California ...G.A.A. JOSEPHINE GLINES . . . Taking temperatures spells "jo's" career . . . Hawaii calls her . . . shoe rationing doesn't go so well with her understanding . . . in spare time bowls a few spares . . . skates well ...G.A.A. ELEANOR GOBLE . . . To attend college is "El's" ambition . . . idolizes "Mom" . . . prefers the legitimate stage . . . Navy is tops . . . swimming, skating and sports clothes rate high . . . Concert Band, G. A. A., Student Council. Fix-lt. at j in-bv im'- 'Y' if Frank Germano Philip Germano Rosemary Gifford Ray Goralski Emilie Gosky Charlotte Greve Dolores Heger Rowland Hempel Robert Herrmann EUNICE GODFREY . . . Swing or "boogie" rate high with "Pat" . . . sunny California attracts . . . collects movie stars' photos . . . likes to toboggan and swim . . . has talent for making people laugh . . . G. A. A., Red Cross. RAY GORALSKI . . . "Boogie King's" main talent is dancing . . . athletic hobbies fill his life . . . ambitious to become a dancing master . . . favorite song is "Little Brown jug" . . . yearns for rationless days. EMILIE GOSKY . . . "Em" loves to draw and dance . . . collects records and books . . . sketches on the beach . . . Mr. Bradley is her favorite teacher . . . Student Council, Dardanelles, Stein Sten, French, Hall Guard, G. A. A. CHARLOTTE GREVE . . . "Char," chats and knits . . . favors blue. but not blue people . . . hopes for an unusual life . . . "Elites" are her friends . . . Office Service, G. A. A., As We Like lt, French. RUTH GUSTAFSON . . . A future nurse is "Gussie" . . . collecting post cards has an appeal . . . prefers Army . . . loves sports clothes and waltzes . . . N. H. S., Dardanelles, G. A. A., Ofiice Service, Pre-medics, Latin. LOIS HANSEN . . . "Snip" plays the piano and loves dancing . . . ice skating and tobogganing rate A-1 . . . Corrine Kiessling is her best friend . . . Mr. Pfeil is her favorite teacher . . . future typist . . . G. A. A., Pan-American. LOIS HARP . . . "Lo" would rather play the violin than do homework . . . holds her mother and Miss Hainbecker as her ideals . . . has the hope chest hobby . . . Library, Orchestra, G. A. A. MARION HECK . . . "Dimples" enjoys collecting poems . . . thinks ice-skating is wonderful . . . best friend at Steinmetz is Gerry Umbright . . . favorite remark is "Hi Chum!" . . . dancing and dressy clothes appeal . . . G. A. A., Hall Guard. DOLORES HEGER . . . "Dolly" likes dancing . . . Mother and Father are her ideals . . . best friend is Miss Farr . . . gladly rations girls . . . loves horses and dogs . . . Dardanelles, junior Service, Office Service. Senior Choir. ROWLANID HEMPEL . . . "Speed" wants to be a forester . . . goes for boogie, opera, and "Tootsie" in a big way . . . would gladly ration girls . . . future is in Marine Corps . . . Senior Choir, Track, Football. ROBERT HERRMANN . . . To be a mechancial engineer is Bob's ambition . . . thinks a lot of Don Michels . . . would gladly ration "D's" . . . turns to building model airplanes in spare time . . . Sigma Quad, Latin. Pagv 1 1 to 1-Q, ind if Q' Jack Hillyer Annelie Hink Bob Hoelterhoff Mary Holbach Betty Holmgren Lenore Homka Shirley Hoyer Eileen Hupert Carl Hutter Donald Icenogle Marie lmonetti Wesley' lvins Stanley Jachec Eleanor Jacobi Lois Jahnke Leona Jay Mildred Jerabek Jean Johnson Lennart Johnson Paul Johnson Vera Joseph JACK HILLYER . . . Picture Jackson a Merchant Marine . . . present hobby is keeping his car going . . . prefers boogie-woogie to classical . . . Mother is his ideal . . . admires Mr. Holm . . . Fire Marshal, Hall Guard, Swim. ANNELIE HINK . . . "Brandy" has a yen to travel west . . . likes Mr. Downey . . . shuns deceitful people . . . prefers Marines . . . likes sports clothes , . . favors "O.S.D." . . . N. H. S., Dardanelles, Ofhce Service, G. A. A. BOB HOELTERHOFF . . . Bob likes sports . . . prefers golf and bowling . . . wants to travel through Alaska and United States . . . Mrs. Exarhos tops his list of teachers . . . Football, Track, Hall Guard, Lunchroom Police. MARY HOLBACH . . . Collecting heart charms is Mary's hobby . . . desires a job in lawyer's office . . . swimming, skating, and dreaming of beautiful clothes occupy her time . . . likes Pop Pfeil . . . Stein Sten. G. A. A. BE'I'I'Y HOLMGREN . . . "Bets" is happy when dress designing . . . Mother and Mr. Downey are her favorites . . . looks down upon Loot suits . . . music and dancing draw her interest . . . Dardanelles. Senior Choir, Stein Sten, G. A. A. LENORE HOMKA . . . This future "XVave" misses bobby pins . . selects Mr. Ramsey . . . Amelia Earhart is her pattern . . . cycling is her pastime . . . G. A. A.. Dardanelles. Fix-lt, Math. N. H. S., Latin. SHIRLEY HOYER . . . "Shirl" is interested in Art . . . China fascinates her . . . Army ranks first because of three certain privates . . . big brother "Buster" is tops . . . G. A. A.. Minute Men. l.ibrary. Stein Sten. EILEEN HL'PERT . . . "Erenchy." the musical housewife, enjoys shows and fox Ifllls . . . Mrs. Beach stands out . . . shoes! not enough . . . homework! too much . . . prefers XX'innetka . . . G. A. A.. Red Cross. CARL Hl'TTER . . . "Carl" likes fishing . . . would like to lite in the Land-O-Lakes . . . ambition is to become a good salesman . . . admires Mr. Pfeil . . . goes out for loud sports clothes. DONALD ICENOGLE . . . "Doc" would ration girls who talk about their dates . . . his temperature rises when called "lggie" . . . future in the Navy Air Corps . . . likes music to be sweet and moody. Page .16 MARIE IMONETTI . . . "Murph" plays the piano and harmonizes when she can . . . hopes to spend her future as a nurse . . . Dardanelles. Green Curtain, Choral Society, Senior Girls' Choir, Stein Sten, G. A. A. XVESLEY IVINS . . . Here's a boy who would like to be president . . . he likes tobogganing and horse-racing . . . admires the XVAVES . . . would like his future under the Texas stars . . . Track Team. STANLEY JACHEC . . . Stanley likes to draw airplanes and do weight lifting . . . longs to be a millionaire . . . Alaska has charm for him . . . pals with Harry Obermier . . . sweaters and moccasins are A-l. ELEANOR JACOBI . . . "El," the prospective nurse, wants to be a good housewife . . . bowls in her spare time . . . sings for a hobby . . . misses Mr. O'Hearn . . . Green Curtain, Student Council. G. A. A., Choir. l.OlS JAHNKE . . . Lois' ambition is to travel high and wide . . . reading books is her hobby . . . "Mom" and "Dad" are her ideals . . . admires Miss Adams . . . goes for popular music . . . N. H. S., G. A. A. LEONA JAY . . . "Lee" caters to good music . . . Army rates high . . . ambitious to be Hollywood dress designer . . . dislikes conceited people . . . Choral Society. Oflice Sers ice. G. A. A.. Clean-I'p, Student Council, Silver Streak. Mll.DRED JERABEK . . . To travel around the world is Millie's ambition . . . Mother is her ideal . . . likes swimming, tobogganing. tennis and ice-skating . . . Eixdt. Stein Sten, Junior Service, Pane American. Library. G. A. A., IN. H. S. JEAN JOHNSON . . . Happy "Johnny." the tap dancer. is as good as any fish in a pond . . . the veritable bookworm . . . Mother is ideal . . . Army Air Corps is her pick . . . Band, Pan'American. G. A. A. LENNART JOHNSON . . . "Len" has .1 sweet tooth for sugar . . . he is a "swing" fan . . . loves to read . . . is happy to wear tee shirts and overalls . . . future sailor . . . Red Cross, N. H. S. PAl'l. JOHNSON . . . "Speed" likes eyeryone at Steinmetr . . . takes pleasure in sleeping and eating . . . Mother and "Dad" are his ideals . . . dances to James and Crosby orchestras . . . small town is his goal. VERA JOSEPH . . . "Veer" spends her spare moments writing to .t certain "Blue Jacket" . . . Vfinnetka and Highland Park are in her affections . . . likes sophisticated clothes . . . "Mom" and "Dad" are her ideals. BIRGIT -IIQST . . . "Birkie" gardens and writes letters . . . swims. skates and bowls . . . choice teacher is Miss Farr . . . misses nylons . . . likes Army because of certain Doughboy . . . N. H. S., Dardanelles. junior Girls' Choir, G. A. A. ROBERT KAMINSKI . . . "Peanuts" loves swimming, sailing and ice-skating . . . is ambitious to be a Merchant Marine . . . Bing Crosby is "tops" . , . prefers classical and popular dance music . . . Boys' Choir. XVALTER KAST . . . "Vi'ally's" hobby is sleeping . . . electric engineering is his ambition . . . the Paratroop Division is A-1 . . . admires courage . . . enjoys fishing . . . sports clothes are his delight . . . Vi'isconsin calls . . . "Like that, see?" . . . N. H. S. CORRINE KIESSLING . . . "Cory" has a vision of San Francisco . . . the Telephone Company is her goal . . . loves Navy . . . there's a certain Seabee . . . Mother is her ideal . . . Office Service, Edelweiss Verein. G. A. A. HENRY KISSANE . . . There's nothing stiff about "Shorty," but he wants to be an undertaker . . . likes Ossler and Mr. Herrick . . . dons sports clothes . . . Marines beckon him . . . enjoys the organ . . . Boys' Choir. EDITH K-IELDSEN . . . "Eddie" will sky-pilot herself to the Golden XVest some day . . . Mr. O'Hearn is her ideal . . . admires the Army Air Conps . . . enjoys horses . . . plays the accordion . . . Adv, Swim, G. A. A. MELVIN KLOTH . . . "Mel" likes the "come to me and go from me" . . . plays it well . . . likes to do his figuring on ice . . . likes money . . . has his eye on the XX'hite House. MITCHELL KOBELINSKI . . . "Mitch," the walking music box . . . appreciates education . . . future Senator . . . clean and fruitful life is his ambition . . . Mom, Mr. Groom and Navy are preferences . . . organizer of Talent Bureau . . . Chamber Music SHIRLEY KOEPKE . . . Fun and record buying keep "Shirl" happy . . . hopes to be discovered as journalist . . . college-minded but abhors long programs . . . "Mom" is her pal . . . Star, Stein Sten, Hall Guard, G. A. A. jANICE KOLSETH . . . "just lovely" describes "jan" . . . rides speed boats . . . hails from Sayre and proud of it , . . prefers swing music and sports clothes . . . N. H. Vice-Pres.. 3 Green Curtain, Dardanelles, Choir, Pan-American, G. A. A. ' EVA KOZLOVICH . . . "Evie" masters two languages . . . desires to see Russia . . . her , ambitions are lofty-flying and astrology . . . admires Miss Kilburn . . . excels in collecting money from her division . . . G. A. A., Stein Sten, Swim. ELAINE KRASE . . . "Klick, klick," that's the future Elaine down in Carolina . . . has a long mailing list of G. l.'s . . . likes feminine clothes . . . bowls and skates . . . Swift and Co. attracts her . . . mother is ideal . . . G. A. A. i RALPH KRUEGER . . . "Rock" collects movie star pictures . . . wants to live in Chicago . . . best friend is Rita Wfillard . . . wants to be a Marine . . . they do the lighting. . . Mr. Birgit just Robert Kaminski O'Hearn his ideal person. Walter Kas! Corrine Kiessling FLORENCE KUNTER . . . "Babe" hopes to be an accountant or comptometer operator . . . Henry Kissane Edith Kieldsen misses men . . . would gladly ration girls . . . best friend-Jeanne Lenartson . . . likes feminine clothes . . . loves all branches of service . . . G. A. A. GEORGE LANDWEHR . . . Ambition is to be an electrical engineer . . . Mr. Frelick is favorite Steinmetz teacher . . . misses shoes . . . would gladly ration school books . . . Air Corps is tops . . . hopes to fly . . . French. ANTHONY LA PIETRA . . . "Tony" likes roller skating . . . admires Kobelinski . . . misses steaks . . . has chemical engineering as his goal . . . gifted in woodcarving . . . might carve a name in history . . . likes classical music . . . prefers Navy. CARMELLA LA SALLE . . . Friendly "Millie" likes everybody . . . look out for writer's cramp with that long list of servicemen Navy rates . . . likes moonlight cruising . . . adores big sister . . . G. A. A., Stein Sten, Pan-American. , FRANK LAVVDENSKY . , . Frank sings, swims and skis . . . Douglas Aircraft will catch ff f'4 A", him with his aeronautical tendencies . . . likes movies . . . suburbs attract him . . . would g X17 ' Q . ration sweets, but not sweet girls . . . French Club. 1 EANNE LENARTSON . . . Army and singing are tops with Jeanne . . . her sister and Miss f Feely rank high with her . . . feminine clothes and nylons are her ideals . . . hopes to be a nurse. HOWARD LETZ . . . "Nimbo" builds airplanes for a hobby . . . aeronautical engineer is his Y -if L dream . . . would like to see the end of cosmetics . . . now takes flying lessons for his private v license. ' ' f fv, , 5 lf! l.J Melvin Kloth Mitchell Kobelinski S ' ley oepk janice Kolseth Eva Kozlovich Elaine Krase Ralph Krueger Florence Kunter George Landwehr Anthony La Pietra Carmella La Salle Frank Lawdensky jeanne Lenartson Howard Letz JACK LINK . . . jack would like to join the Navy and sail the "Seven Seas" . . . Miss Kilburn is his favorite teacher , , , enjoys "boogie" and the "blues" . . . homework has no charms. ROY LODERHOSE . . . "Curly" wants to he a railroad engineer . . . is interested in the Marines . . . would like to reside in XVyoming . . . Father is his ideal . . . likes to ice-skate and waltz. ANNA LOSACCO . . . "Oh! Crumb," is "Ann's" favorite remark . . . loves to jitterbug . . . admires Mr. Bradley . . . tailored but feminine clothes are her choice . . . future secretary in a small business organization . . . N. H. S., G. A. A. EDWARD LOSS . . . "Ed" enjoys working at Mars . . . prefers slow and sweet music . . . admires Mr. Havlicek . . . future Gym teacher in good old Chicago . . . Bill Nickelson is his ideal person . . . Fire Marshal, Hall Guard. DORIS LUCHT . . . Eating and sleeping are "Dor's" talents . . . wants to be a housewife in some small town . . . A. A. F. is her choice . . . her brother is ideal . . . Stein Sten. Oflice Service, G. A. A. MARVIN MAGAD . . . "Marv" enjoys playing the violin . . . future as a surgeon in Illinois Research Institute . . . Mitch Kobelinski is ideal person . . . Pre-Medics, Orchestra, Clean-L'p Campaign, Minute Men, Sigma-Quad, Tennis. LINO MARDEGAN . . . Florida allures, Pop Pfeil attracts, striped suits intrigue, "boogie woogie" bewitches . . . lack of gas aggravates, music captivates . . . technician's life awaits him . . . Navy will get him first . . . Italian Club. MARY MARSHALL . . . California has charms for her . . . "Betsey" would gladly ration homework . . . Mr. Bradley and Army Air Corps rate . . . plays the piano and collects stamps . . . G. A. A., Library, Stein Sten, Math. DORIS MCCARTNEY . . . "Dor" hopes to be a lawyer . . . can enjoy eating at any time . . . life in Alaska calls her . . . Mrs. Beach and Miss Kilburn are her favorites . . . misses gum . . . Dardanelles, G. A. A., N. H. S. BEVERLY McLAIN . . . "Mac," the sports girl, cuts a figure on the ice . . . Sonja Henie is her ideal . . . Air Corps her pick . . . modern music is her weakness . . . California beckons her...G.A.A. MURIEL MELGAARD . . . "Butch" prefers the wind and rain in her hair . . . has canine fancies . . . a club addict . . . likes nice clothes and music . . . Ring Committee, Star. Red Cross, Choir, Hall Guard, G. A. A. BERNICE MEYER . . . "Beanie" likes Miss Farr . . . puts her mother on top . . . prefers the Army . . . her brother is in it . . . everybody's friend . . . misses her nylons, but gladly gives them up . . . G. A. A. DONALD MICHELS . . . "Mukel" hopes to be a forest ranger soon . . . Student Council, Pres., Sigma Quad, Treas., Oflicers' Club, Major R. O. T. C., Picked Platoon, Usher Detail, Trick Squad, Fire Marshal, Assembly Police. Jack Link Roy Loderhose DOTTY MILLER . . . "Dot" has a yearning to collect pictures . . . Navy Air Corps is her Anna Losacco Edward LOSS selection . . . seems to know someone in the service . . . "Mom" is her ideal . . . Polish, Doris Lucht Marvin Magad G. A. A., Red Cross. EUNICE MILLER . . . "Shorty" dreams of being a stenographer in Califomia . . . "Pop" Pfeil is her favorite teacher . . . loves dreamy music . . . swims, skates and bowls . . . "Mom" is her ideal . . . G. A. A., Stein Sten. URSULA MOELLER . . . Give "Urse" a home out West and she'll be happy . . . letter writing is her hobby . . . would ration sarcastic people . . . Red Cross, Stein Sten, Edelweiss Verein, Adv. Swimming, G. A. A. HERB MULCH . . . "Herb" can set type to the rhythm of horses' hoofs . . . sharp appetite for steaks . . . Marines will discover his hidden talents . . . Annual, Cheerleader, Fire Marshal, Assembly Police, Prom Committee. ARLENE NEAL . . . "Ar" has a special talent for losing things . . . admires Miss Kilburn . . . likes water-so she likes the Navy . . . N. H. S., Dardanelles, junior Service, Student Council, Ofhce Service, G. A. A. Board. GEORGENE NEUMER . . . "Georgie" likes South America . . . might live in Mexico, some day . . . her heart's in the Navy . . . admires Miss Rompf . . . future law secretary . . . sewing is hobby . . . Stein Sten, Pan-American, G. A. A. HARRY OBERMEIER . . . Ambitious to be professional, Harry wants to teach history . . . would live in the North Wfoods . . . skates, swims, hunts and fishes . . . his cousin is his ideal . . . German, Vice-Pres. Lino Llardegan Mary Marshall Doris McCartney Beverly McLain Muriel Melgaard Bernice Meyer Donald Michels Dorothy Miller Eunice Miller Ursula Moeller Herbert Mulch Arlene Neal Georgene Neumer Harry Obermeier 'tb 471' NORMAN OLSEN . . . "Ole's" favorite sports are swimming and ice skating . . . work in an aircraft plant would be just the thing . . . he enjoys parties . . . misses catsup . . . would ration smart remarks. SHIRLEY OLSON . . . Shirley likes to play the piano, knit and bowl . . . can do without homework anytime . . . Alice Jensen is best friend . . . admires Miss Kilburn . . . Pre-Medics, Dardanelles, Latin, G. A. A., N. H. S. ROY PAGLIAI . . . Roy likes to sing . . . Chicago is his favorite city . . . would work in Zenith Radio Corporation . . . Sigma Quad, Fire Guard, Assembly Police, Hall Guard, Student Council, Officers' Club, R. O. T. C. LOIS PEARSON . . . Give "Lo" a pair of roller skates and she'll be happy . . . enjoys writing letters . . . would like to work in a railroad ofiice . . . Pre-Medics, G. A. A., Hall Guard, Library. ROBERT PEARSON . . . "Charley" feels the call of the "West" . . . hopes to live there some day . . . Mr. Pfeil is his ideal . . . football games and sentimental music appeal to him . . . Sigma Quad. JEAN PERLICK . . . Loafing and ice skating are for "Babe" . . . has fun collecting pictures of dogs . . . would live in Vifisconsin . . . Mother is her ideal . . . future teacher . . . G. A. A.. German, Office Service. LUELLA PETERSON . . . Music that is soft satisfies "Lou" . . . wants to be a designer or interior decorator . . . has a definite interest in the Navy . . . ideal is Mother . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten, G. A. A. SALVATORE PINELLI . . . "Penny" would love to possess talent to talk away his "cut slips" . . . has admiration for the Paratroopers . . . would gladly ration failure notices . . . Italian, Lunchroom Police. Visual Ed. BERNICE PIZZI . . . "Honey" keeps busy writing to service men . . . at future journalist for Daily Times . . . is loyal to the "XVindy City" . . . enjoys musical shows and movies . . . Latin, Office Service, G. A. A. ROYAL POGGENSEE . . . Royal plays the accordion . . . is ambitious to lead an orchestra at the Trianon . . . Army Air Corps is choice . . . Abraham Lincoln is his ideal . . . would live near Lake Geneva. HERBERT RADTKE . . . "Herb" is headed for a post oliice in Florida . . . admires Miss Landrigan . . . would ration a certain someone . . . Olsen Shirley Olson Roy Pagliai Lois Pearson Robert Pearson Jean Perlick Luella Peterson Pinelli Bernice Pizzi Royal Poggensee Herbert Radtke Isabel Reich Betty Rich Christine Rigoni Rizzo Joan Robinson Chester Rtxowski William Roman Ruth Ruscitti Charles Sampson George Sawicki swing music is joy . . . prefers the Navy . . . collects stamps Fire Marshal. ISABEL REICH . . . Friendly "Mickey" enjoys red sails in the sunset . . . her hobby is collecting Metcalf's portraits . . . holds Ann Annibaldi in high esteem . . . dislikes baggy sweaters . . . Joan of Arc is ideal. BETTY RICH . . . "Bets" has traveled through the East . . . is ambi- tious to illustrate books and magazines . . . sarcastic people annoy her . . . collects post cards in spare time . . . Dr. Holmes is her ideal. CHRISTINE RIGONI . . . "Chris" yearns for letter writing thinks her "Mom" is most wonderful . . . California is her land of dreams . . . Office Service. Italian. G. A. A., Bowling, Dardanelles, Star, Adv. Swimming. RITA RIZZO . . . A nurse on an airliner is the life for "Midge" Navy is her favorite . . . enjoys swimming and baseball . . . California is her future home . . . Green Curtain, Senior Choir, G. A. A. JOAN ROBINSON . . . "Robie" gets a thrill out of water pageants . . . would like to be an airline hostess . . . enjoys plays, swimming and ice skating . . . Student Council, Servicemen's Committee, American, G. A. A. Pan- CHESTER ROGOXVSKI . . . "Chet" plays the trumpet to perfection , . . a future radio technician . . . would live in small town in Michigan . . . Fire Marshal, Parking Lot Police, Assembly Police, Stage Crew, Visual Ed. XVILLIAM ROMAN . . . "Mutt" is a member of the Army Air Force Reserve . . . Dick Sterbaut is special friend . . . hunts, swims, plays football and collects books . . . future resident of California or Florida. RUTH RUSCITTI . . . Ruth admits she has hidden talents but won't tell what they are . . . her ambition is to be a good housewife would settle in California . . . "Dad" is her ideal. CHARLES SAMPSON . . . "Chuck" seems to have a talent for sleep- ing in class . . . is thrilled when at the wheel of a speeding car . . . hopes to be an officer in the Navy. GEORGE SAXWICKI . . . George enjoys the water . . . definitely likes to hunt and fish . . . admires Joe Venice . . . idolizes his Dad . . . hopes to spend his future as a mechanical engineer . . . prefers Navy life. Page 59 -as T' Vs Q- fx i y.. vvx I 'Sl ' 5 'i .-at I!-P C' jean Scharring Ruthe Schildt Catherine Schmidt Roy Schmidt jean Schroeder Teresa Schultz Marie Scurto Irene Sergey Florence Shebs Fern Sieg Catherine Sievers Virginia Simmons Constance Simms Lois Simonsen Gilbert Skladzien Guy Smetters Beatrice Smith Beverly Smith john Stafford Vivian Stocco Lorraine Storz jEANNE SCHARRING . . . "jeanie" hopes to be a perfect secretary' . . . Harry james and Orchestra are A-I . . . "Mom" is her ideal . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten, Office Service, Fix-It. G. A. A. RUTHE SCHILDT . . . "Ruthie," a violinist with a major symphony orchestra . . . N. H. S., Dardanelles. Symphony Pres., Fine Arts Director. junior Service, Sect'y and Treas.. Office Service Vice-Pres. and Sect'y. Student Council, Chamber Music, G. A. A. CATHERINE SCHMIDT . . . "Kay" has music in her heart . . . goes for boogie and jive . . . loves hayrack parties . . . would ration bow ties . . . likes both Army and Navy . . . future Cadet Nurse . . . Library, G. A. A. ROY SCHMIDT . . . "Butchie" has music for his hobby . . . future employee of Delta Star Electric Co .... Bob Ohermeier is his pal . . . foxtrots . slow and dreamy, make him happy . . . admires the Navy. jEAN SCHROEDER . . . "jeanie" collects both hair and pictures . . . would be a secretary to some great man . . . life in the Hawaiian Islands is her dream . . . Dardanelles. Stein Sten. Minutemen. G. A. A. TERESA SCHl'LTZ . . . "Teddy" wants to be a typist at the l'nited Air Lines . . . "Mom" and "Dad" are her ideals . . . collects photo- graphs and souvenirs . . . swims and hikes in her spare time. MARIE SCl'RTO . . . Marie likes the role of a secretary' . . . prefers air-conditioned office . . . clothes with frills give her thrills . . has a strong family tie . . . slow. dreamy music enraptures her . . Stein Sten. G. A. A. IRENE SERGEY . . . "Nina" swings. dances. bowls and swims . . . Oh! to be a flier . . . loves to travel far and wide . . . pleasure driving holds manifold fun . . . "Mom" tops her ideals . . . G. A. A.. Polish. FLORENCE SHEBS . . . "Irish" has lofty ideas . . . wants to fly . . . adept at making model planes . . . sunny Arizona claims her thoughts . . . likes Mr. Gifford . . . "catty" people annoy her . . . l.atin. Math. G. A. A. FERN SIEG . . . "Fernie" will be a successful surgeon some day soon . . . studies anatomy and physiology . . . is deeply interested in medical science . . . would love to live in China . . . l.atin. Pre-Medics. CAROLINE SIEVERS . . . "Carrie" is out for the Marines . . . boasts of three brothers and a sister in service . . . Mother is tops . . . a charm collector and classical music lover . . . German Club, G. A. A. Page 60 VIRGINIA SIMMONS . . . "jeanie's ideal lives in dreams . . . Hoosier state is het' future home . . . would be happy in Procter and Gamble . . . admires the Navy and Marines . . . Student Council, Pan-American, G. A. A. CONSTANCE SIMMS . . . We have a versatile lady . . . "Connie" sings, dances, plays the sax and twirls a baton . . . Dardanelles. Student Council, Office Service, Concert Band. G. A. A., Clean-Up, Latin, Stein Sten, N. H. S. LOIS SIMONSEN . . . Work has no charms for Musical "Lo" . . . enjoys playing her trombone . . . is a movie fan of high degree . . . admires Captain Dowse . . . the XVAVE Band has charms . . . French. Dardanelles, Band, N. H. S. GILBERT SKLADZIEN . . . "Gil's" ambition is to be an army officer . . . North Vifoods is his ideal spot . . . Air Corps offers excitement . . . Sigma Quad. Fire Marshal. Assembly Police, Visual Ed., Corridor Police. GUY SMETTERS . . . "Smitty" relishes playing the clarinet in his spare time . . . slow and sentimental music is A-1 . . . hopes to be successful M.lJ .... finds life difficult with so little sugar . . . Band. BEATRICE SMITH . . . Call on "Bea" when you want a good dress designer . . . Hollywood attracts her . . . crew hair cuts distract her . . . likes Marines . . . prefers casual clothes and dancing . . . G. A. A.. Hall Guard. BEVERLY SMITH . . . Talents of "Red" lend to dramatics and music . . . happy living either East or West . . . Talent Bureau, Green Curtain. Fine Arts, Student Council. Orchestra, Choir, junior Seryicv. Library. G. A. A. 'IOHN STAFFORD . . . That "johnny" boy' really likes school since he got to be a regular attendant . . . would ration some teachers. however . . . looks up to brother Bill . . . swings toward electricity and radio. VIYIAN STOCCO . . . "Viv" surely handles figures . . . ambitious to roll a good bowling score . . . N. H. S.. llardanelles. junior Service. Symphony. Concert Orchestra. Math, Latin, Student Council. Fine Arts. Girls' Choir, Talent, Minute Men. Library. LORRAINE STORZ . . . lf only "Lore" could fly around the world she'd be happy . . . annoyed by "catty" people . . . will spend her future in an airport out NX'est . . . Edelweiss Verein. G. A. A.. Band. BERNARD STRANGES . . . Ball games. photography. swimming and skating are fun for "Blackie" . . . the gym department will claim him . . . doesn't seem to be in love with work . . . Football, Italian, Fire Marshal. 1 CATHERINE SWANSON . . . Friendly "Kittie" seems to long for XX'isconsin . . . spends . her spare time between art and dramatics . . . her "Mom" is ace high . . . Girls' Choir, ' Latin, Clean-Up, G. A. A., Green Curtain. SHIRLEE SXVANSTROM . . . Dancing and singing, plus knitting and playing records give amusement to "Shy" . . . As XVe Like It, junior Service. Red Cross, Fix-It, Green Curtain, Clean-Up, Office Service. GERTRUDE SXVOBODA . . . "Dutchie" is a story writer . . . longs to see her work in print . . . Mrs. Hege is flrst on her hit parade . . . hasn't found her ideal . . . German. G. A. A.. Silver Streak. ROLE SZYBILSKI . . . Vfhen you need your uniform pressed call "Ralph" . . . admires Lenart johnson . . . N. H. S., Edelweiss Verein, Visual Ed.. Student Council, Officers' Club, Color Detail, Usher Detail, Picked Platoon, Trick Squad. GEORGE TARNOXV . . . George says he's happy when idle moments come . . . he hopes to be King of the Gremlins some day . . . his pet sport is a snowball fight . . . Fix-lt. ESTHER TIBERI . . . "Essy" will soon be Alabama hound . . . then she will be under the Texas stars . . . mighty proud of brother in Army Air Corps . . . Italian, G. A. A., Stein Sten. Office Service. LORRAINE TILL . . . "Till" likes swimming and ice-skating . . . ambition is to fly . . . best chum is june Lobus . . . goes for sports clothes . . . would like to work in any L'. S. airport . . . G. A. A. jEAN TOLL . . . Paris fashions may some day be designed by jean . . . Texas seems to be her rainbow's end . . . some time she'll live among "blue-bonnets" . . . Clean-l'p, Pan-American. G. A. A. ROBERT TOSON . . . The gridiron is "Bob's" delight . . . oh! for the open road . . . dreams of being a college coach . . . boogie dancers are some nuisance . . . Marines come first . . . Track, Football Captain. GERTRUDE TROESKEN . . . "Trudy's" dream will see that she's a college coed . . . thinks clothes should be sharp, enormous and neat . . . Park Ridge is her favorite town . . . Dardanelles, Green Curtain, Star, German, N. H. S. GERALDINE UMBRIGHT . . . "Gerry," the spoon collector, wants to be a file clerk at the Chicago Tribune . . . "Dad" is first on her hit parade of ideal people . . . enjoys wearing suits . . . G. A. A. jOSEPH VENICE . . . "joe" trains his dog to hunt . . . pheasants are his marks . . . oh! to be an engineer and live in northern Wisconsin . . . his ideal is his grandmother . . . admires Mr. Gifford. ilQifiQQ5Q.fgiQQ52,1,i 52IQ2.Q2jg'5...lJiQQQQiQ JOSEPHINE VENTURA . . . "JO," the typical sports girl, likes in sew, Sing and lsiiwl . . . Olf Szybilgki George Tai-now football enthusiast . . . admires Mr. Bradley and Mrs. Beach . . . misses her sugar . . . idolizes her "Mom" . . . Hall Guard, G. A. A. PETER VIVONA . . . "Pete" enjoys swimming and ice skating . . . misses gas and Capt. Dowse . . . sports clothes preferred . . . Air Forces ranks high for his ambition is to become a pilot . . . Fire Marshal. MARY VON SCHWEDLER . . . Mary has her eye on Washingttmn . . . longs to be a good housewife . . . leans to sweet music and Army Air Corps . . . Cupid hovers about her . . . G. A. A., Lunch Room Police. LOIS WALDWEILER . . . "Red" works the knitting needles . . . Dad is her ideal . . . Mr. Downey comes next . . . misses gas . . . likes dressy clothes . . . Dardanelles, Choir, Office Service, Latin, G. A. A., N. H. S. PHYLLIS WARIJ . . . Anxious for a radio contract . . . that's Phyl's longing . . . loyal to the "Elites" . . . has someone in the Navy . . . admires Miss Boller . . . G. A. A., Green Curtain, Girls' Choir, Ofhce Service, N. H. S. EDXVARD WASILEWSKI . . . "Wazz" enjoys swimming and skating . . . would work in a bank or office . . . President of Sigma Quad, President and Treasurer of Student Council, Student Court, Boys' Choir, Latin Club. DORIS WEAVER . . . "Dodie's" ambition is to wed a certain G. I. joe . . . thinks Miss Kilburn is tops . . . misses her T-bone steaks . . . N. H. S.. Alchemstein. Dardanelles, Green Curtain, Latin, G. A. A. Board, junior Service. .sther Tiberi Lorraine Till jean Toll Robert Toson Gertrude Troesken Gerry Umhright joseph Venice osephine Ventura Peter Vivona Mary Von Schwedler Lois XValdweiler Phyllis XX'ard Edward XVasilewski Doris XX'eaver DON XAFYENKO Plano SWllTlH'lll'lQ, and g.,1rl frxends occups Kass nme summer Muhael Welszmann Suzanne Wellhausen Helen Wiggen Mary Williams Bene Mimmack Paul Pacera Glenn Tranter June Class Officers and Sponsor Eugene Ringstad. President of the june class of 1945, is in his favorite pose. His partner, Richard llneckerlirz. Vice President, is inter- ested in architecture, and Mildred Liebicb, the able class Secretary, is a scholarly Miss as you will observe. Ann Annibaldi. the Treasurer, is on the way to a secretaryship. Genial Mr. Leslie Bradley is the sponsor for june Graduates. He has a host of friends among the graduates from Steinmetz. Page 63 -.4 C! 'tr' Grace Abrams Dorothy Alberts Rosemary Alexander Glenn Amdal Allen Anderson Frank Angtlert Ann Anntbaldi Betty Antonson james Archibald Andrew Arquilla Helen Balasko Cyril Baldwin Marie Balswick Mildred Bandola Ann Barnas far C ix . . . Knute Rockne his ideal . . . three cheers for boogie . . . Guy' Lom- bardo is tops . . . loves zoot suits . . . enjoys dancing at Portage Park. ANDREW ARQUILLA . . . "Andy" likes swimming . . . wants to be pilot . . . favorite teacher is Mr. Holm . . . "Dad" his ideal . . . enjoys movies, sports clothes, swing music . . . Army Air Corps . . . admires Dan Bucci . . . Student Council. jAMES BACHMAN . . . Photography charms "jim" . . . would soar in the clouds . . . all pals his best friends . . . enjoys dancing . . . cowboy music his choice . . . always Chicago . . . Red Cross, Green Curtain. Latin, Silver Streak. DONALD BACHNER . . . "Meatball" says "Nice Goin'," but not on homework . . . planes and Marines lure him . . . future draftsman . . . ideal person-Mr. O'Hearn . . . Alaska distant goal . . . likes popular music . . . Track. Fire Marshal. HELEN BALASKO . . . "Shorty's" odd moments are devoted to the piano . . . Chicago is her home choice . . . finds it hard to keep warm in winter . . . admires both the Army and Navy . . . G. A. A. CYRIL BALDVVIN . . . Baseball is Cyril's hobby . . . ambition is to live and work in Northwoods . . . life of a lumber-jack thrills him . . . admires Miss Ryan . . . enjoys classical music and sports clothes. MARIE BALSXVICK . . . Golf. bowling, poetry call to "Mer" . . . can be found with Bertha . . . future laboratory technician . . . jr. Service. Clean-L'p, As XX'e Like lt. Alchemstein. Latin, Star. jr. Girls' Choir. MILDRED BANDOLA . . . Lunch-room pals are tops with "Millie" . . . bowls and loafs . . . Mr. Siegel number one . . . Navy for her because of HIM . . . jr. Service. Red Cross. Pan-American. Silver Streak. ANN BARNAS . . . "Red" loves to play piano, swim and ice skate . . . ambitious to be cadet nurse . . . traveled through North Vloods . . . enjoys accordian . . . popular music the cream . . . Polish. G. A. A., Hall Guard. ELVERA BARTA . . . "Ver" has her eye on owning a flower shop . . . has fun dancing, skating. bowling . . . oh! how she misses alarm clocks . . . undecided customers irk her . . . jr. Girls' Choir. G. A. A. EL'NlCE BAIQMGARTNER . . . Eunice plays the saxophone. sings, and dances . . . loves swimming . . . would like to work on Broad- way stage . . . sports clothes and boogie woogie music . . . Stein Sten, Concert Band. Hallguard, G. A. A. Betty Anderson jennie Anderson james Bachman Donald Bachner Elvera Barta E. Baumgartner MARY BAUR . . . "Lou" a magazine editor after attending Northwestern University . . . "Mom" rates A-1 . . . when not traveling she writes to servicemen . . . odd moments are spent at movies . . . Star, Student Council, G. A. A. GEORGE BAYER . . . "Steve" longs to be an endurance swimmer . . . four years practice at Steinmetz . . . likes the hard things, chemistry . . . Visual Ed., Assembly Police, Fire Marshal. Alchemstein, Sigma Quad, Fix-It, N. H. S. ROBERT BEECROFT . . . A farmer to be, Bob collects stamps . . . Elmer Fenwick best pal . . . track enthusiast . . . loves to skate and swim . . . interested in photography . . . Mr. Havlicek favorite teacher . . . Swimming, Cross Country. SHIRLEY BENSON . . . To be a model in New York is "Shirl's" dream . . . says her ideal person is a good model . . . enjoys boogie and waltzing . . . Miss Grant is her favorite teacher. VIRGINIA BERGEMANN . . . "Vee's" favorite occupation is bowling . . . future College Co'ed . . . would love to live in Wauconda . . . hobby is collecting post-cards . . . olice work attracts . . . admires Miss Adams . . . Pre-hledics, G. A A. IRENE BERNARD . . . "Tiny's" out for roller skating . . . hopes to skate in roller derby . . Miss Boller rates high . . . "Mom's" her ideal . . . likes music . . . prefers sports clothes . . . would gladly ration men . . . G. A. A. ERNIE BERNHAUSER . . . "Cockey," the radio technician, enjoys roller skating and horseback riding . . . ideal teacher is Miss Kilgour . . . "Ya Mudder" bothers him . . . sports clothes and boogie get him . . . misses gas most . . . lifeguard. M ARTHUR BERTHELOT . . . "Birdie" plays the trumpet . . . collects maps . . . enjoys ice skat- ing . . . country life for him . . . new car soon . . no homework is peaceful . . . mechanical engineer in war . . . wants to be captain, EILEEN BEUTLICH . . . We have an artist in Eileen . . . tailored clothes and popular music go hand in hand . . . to be a stenographer is her goal . . . Army A-1 . . . Dardanelles, Stein Sten, G. A. A. DONALD BIGING . . . "Big," the trumpet player, enjoys roller skating, life guarding, tobog- ganing . . . would like to be Skipper of Navy P. T .... admires Mr. Havlicek . . . Student Council, Minuteman, Swim Team, Visual Ed. ELAINE BILLIAT . . . Want your face lifted? See our future plastic surgeon, at Mayo Clinic . . . admires Miss Kinderman, adores "Dot" . . . symphonic music pleases her . . . likes tailored clothes . . . Latin, G. A. A., Library. DOROTHY BIRKHOLZ . . . Small towns, swimming, Mrs. Harritt, skating--are all bright stars to "Dot" . . . is an aspiring secretary . . . detests all homework . . . Girls' Choir, Office Service, G. A. A., Green Curtain, Minute Men. ELMER BJURSTROM . . . "Speed" yearns to be second Harry james though baseball tempts im . . . Captain Dowse favorite teacher . . . goes for hot climate . . . trumpet his appeal . . . not a club man . . . Marines. gay' Bam' f Ghgorge Bayer DOROTHY BLAHA . . . "Dottie" dances, swims, and skates . . . Miss Clausing, "Duchess" V0 Eff eecro t S lflev Benson Blazek, "Wallie" Richman rank high . . . misses gas . . . gladly rations little sisters . . . thinks ' ergemann Irene Bernard boogie, sports clothes, Navy are swell . . . G. A. A., Swimming. EDWINA BLAZEK . . . "Eddy" fancies nurse's life . . . soft romantic music versus screaming little sisters . . . steaks! how she misses them . . . suburban life attracts . . . admires Miss Kinderman . . . G. A. A., Swim, Pre-Medics. MARGARET BOEYKENS . . . "Peggy" has fun horseback riding and ice-boat sailing . . . Miss Sechler is her first choice . . . smooth, sweet music for her . . . Green Curtain, French, jr. Service, Girls' Choir, G. A. A. SERENO BONDIOLI . . . Hunting and music are "Vic's" main hobbies . . . ambition is to play in a band . . . dislikes women's big hats . . . swing and sports clothes preferred . . . Sigma Quad, Officers' Club, Rifle Team. FRANK BONELLI . . . "Stretch" has fun with horses . . . misses gas and chemicals . . . ambition is to be a rancher . . . enjoys cow-boy music . . . West thrills him . . . Western clothes and cow-boy boots are A-1. MARYANN BORCHARDT . . . "Giggles" is a master of the keyboard . . . swims and ice-skates . . . future teacher . . . hopes to work close to home . . . finds sugar hard to get . . . German, Girls' Choir. RAY BRETTMAN . . . "Ray" rides, swims, skates . . . would love to call Colorado his home . . . misses gas . . . could do without homework . . . intends to travel . . . Navy Air Corps first . . . Boys' Choir, Eire Marshal. Ernie Bernhauser Arthur Berthelot Eileen Beutlich Donald Biging Elaine Billiat Dorothy Birkholz Elmer Bjurstrom Dorothy Blaha Edwina Blazek Margaret Boeykens Sereno Bondioli Frank Bonelli Maryann Borchardt Ray Brettman AUDREY BREVIK . . . "Aud" plays the flute . . . would like to be a pilot with range and landing field . . . Vvyoming is a state with heart's appeal . . . Dardanelles, Pre-Medics, Stein Sten, Band. ELAINE BROOKS . . . "Feehar" loves to escape from doing the dishes and accept side-tips from Grandma . . . would love to work in Radio City . . . Green Curtain. Dardanelles, junior Girls' Choir, G. A. A.. N. H. S. ROSEMARY BROXVN . . . "Ish" wouldn't mind being a farmer's wife . . . good at corre- spondence . . . admires Mr. Frelich . . . misses Mr. O'Hearn . . . prefers sports clothes . . . not a club woman . . . classical music is her recreation. AUDREY BUCKLAND . . . "Bucky" has traveled from coast to coast . . . would live among fruit trees of Florida . . . Grandmother is ideal . . . admires junior Commandos . . . Green Curtain, Pan-American. Red Cross, Choir. G. A. A. LOUISE BUCZKIEXVICZ . . , "Torchy" hopes to be a college gal . . . thrills to Wayne King's music . . . sister her ideal . . . Mrs. Armitage her favorite teacher . . . Fix-lt. Latin. junior Service, Student Council. G. A. A., N. H. S. jACQUELINE BUNGER . . . "jackie" will have a designer's studio . . . her summertime occupation is wading in Lake Michigan . . . Green Curtain, Dardanelles, Clean-Cp, junior Service, As We Like It, Pan-American. N. H. S. DOLORES BURTSCHER . . . "D0llie's" travels include Mexico, Canada, California . . . likes swimming, motorcycle riding and dancing to soft music . . . Dardanelles. junior Service, Pan-American, Stein Sten. Student Council, Hall Guard, G. A. A., N. H. S. ROY BYE . . . "Bye-bye" can play that "sax" . . . good stuff for a good band . . . collects odd records in odd moments . . . thumbs up for the Navy . . . admires Miss Lyon . . . and G. Kotars. MARGARET CACCAVARI . . . "Margie" draws. bakes and swims . . . Mrs. Taglia apple of her eye . . . goes for musical comedies . . . Army for her . . . Dardanelles, junior Service. As We Like It. Office Service, N. H. S. PAULINE CALDERON . . . "Red" loves red dresses . . . a future radio actress . . . traveling and bowling are grand . . . likes Chemistry . . . Henry Ford ideal . . . Math, Latin, As We Like It, Dardanelles, junior Service, G. A. A., N. H. S. DOLORES CALOS . . . "Shorty" wants to see the world . . . oh! to be in California . . . pals with "Es" . . . ideal is Eunice Baumgartner . . . secret ambition-law . . . prefers tall people, sweet music, sports clothes . . . G. A. A. HAROLD CANADEO . . . "Hal's" ambition is a mystery . . . likes to work and live in Chicago . . . would ration all cut slips . . . Marines first choice . . . enjoys football and musical comedies . . . Football Team, Lettermen. EMIL CAPPARELLI . . . "Em's" all out for sports . . . jive calls . . . canned pineapples are missed plenty . . . ambitious to learn to Hy . . . will be an electrical engineer and own his own electric shop. . Audrey Brevik Elaine Brooks GLORIA CAPPITELLI . . . "Babe" loves chicken-could it be the neck? . . . dislikes people Rosemary Brown Audrey Buckland who talk at movies . . . no math homework . . . goes for music and bowling . . . admires Miss L. Buczkiewicz jacqueline Bunger Lyons . . . Math, G. A. A., Victorettes. ELAYNE CARLSON . . . "Layne" collects poems . . . future in journalism . . . newspaper work is her ambition . . . prefers Navy Air Corps . . . Abraham Lincoln her ideal . . . likes piano and radio . . . Student Council, Clean-Up, G. A. A. RICHARD CARROLL . . . "Dick" enjoys swimming . . . "T" shirts, sweat socks, loafers, Navy, Bud O'Malley are tops . . . thinks tobacco should be rationed . . . ambition-Aeronautical Research Engineer . . . enjoys African music . . . Swim Team. ANN CHABAN . . . "Annie" likes to meet famous people . . . favors Miss Viehoff . . . would like to be a nurse . . . enjoys classicals and swing . . . "Mom" her ideal . . . Minute Men, G. A. A., Alchemstein, junior Service. REYNHOLD CHRAMER . . . Miss Sutherland rates with "Chramer" . . . homework gets him down . . . popular music lifts him . . . quite a warbler . . . prefers the Navy . . . Boys' Choir, Student Council, French, Track, Clean-Up. HELEN CHRISTENSEN . . . Popular records find a haven in "Christy's" heart . . . swims and skates divinely . . . life as a secretary calls her . . . "Sister Peg" her ideal . . . Clean-Up, Stein-Sten. Pan American, G. A. A. ROLAND CHRISTENSEN . . . "Christy" dreams of teaching Chemistry at Steinmetz . . . Canada his future home . . . swims and swing are hobbies . . . Student Council, Red Cross. Sigma Quad, Swim, Assembly Police, Lettermen, N. H. S. Dolores .Burtscher Roy Byes Margaret Caccavari Pauline Calderon Dolores Calos Harold Canadeo Emil Capparelli Gloria Lappitelli Izlayne Carlson Richard Carroll Ann Chaban Reynhold Chramer Helen Christensen Roland Christensen is Chylewski Richard Cimbalo Genevieve Ciolino Dorothe Ciorba Coduto Myrtle Corduan Betty Corkle Edward Cox Damiani Mignon Dargush Dorothy De Silva Pauline Di Corpo LORRAINE CHYLEWSKI . . . Swimming and snowball fights are okay with "Lorrie" . . . to be a housewife is her main ambition . . . music tops her entertainment world . . . would ration stuck-up girls . . . G. A. A. RICHARD CIMBALO . . . Everybody's friend is athletic "Richie" . . . spare time givento stage shows . . . "Dad" his ideal . . . goes for football and riding horses . . . Oklahoma his future state . . . aims to be engineer. GENEVIEVE CIOLINO . . . To work in an exclusive ofiice appeals to "jennie" . . . dislikes all homework . . . would like suburban life . . . future in singing . . . junior Girls' Choir, Red Cross, Minute Men, Pan-American. DOROTHE CIORBA . . . Give "Dickie" the chemistry laboratory . . . hopes to be successful "Lab" technician . . . "Mom" is his ideal . . . favorite winter sport is ice-skating at the Arena . . . always interested in airports. ANGELINE CIPRI . . . Dressmaking is "Angie's" present ambition . . . Miss Boller rates high . . . collecting charms is her hobby . . . would ration homework . . . likes traveling, bowling and the Navy . . . Italian, Minute Men, Red Cross. CHARLOTTE CISZEXVSKI . . . Planes hold a lure for "Lottie" . . . work in an airport has charms . . . Mr. O'Hearn is her ideal . . . "Mom" another glory . . . snowball fighting her delight . . . untruthful people annoy . . . Polish. FRANK CILTLLA . . . "Strings" plays piano . . . collecting stamps and ice-skating his hobbies . . . please ration books . . . sweet jive and sports clothes his pets . . . Arizona lures him ever onward . . . Dantinians, Sigma Quad, N. H. S. LORRAINE CODUTO . . . "Lorry" enjoys singing and collecting records . . . hopes to be secretary to a lawyer . . , Army Air Corps rates A-I . . . G. A. A.. junior Choir, Dantinians, As XX'e Like It. junior Service. MYRTLE CORDUAN . . . "Myrt" longs to be a singer . . . loves to dance and play the piano . . . her ideal person is Mr. O'Hearn . . . admires Mrs. XX'halen , . . German, Clean-Up, Girls' Choir, G. A. A. BETTY CORKLE . . . Here we have a gal who loves her sister . . . "Corky" is the one that could always "get by" dancing . . . Navy and Signal Corps rank high . . . Green Curtain. G. A. A. EDXWARD COX . . . "Ed" enjoys basketball . . . admires Mr. Lakin and Emil Capparelli . . . teachers and gas should be exchanged on ration list . . . his hobby is model building . . . Alaska has charms for him. C. Ciszewski jaclyn Culloton Geraldine Doeing Angeline Cipri Richard Crohn jack Dobner Frank Ciulla Robert Cyplick Helen Doering RICHARD CROHN . . . Hospital work has an appeal . . . "Calling Dr. Crohn," will some day be a familiar call to "Dick" . . . likes sports clothes, swing music and movies . . . Latin, Boys' Choir, Football, Track. jACLYN CULLOTON . . . The artists claim "jackie" as a member . . . likes to remember names . . . "Not this cookie," is her pet phrase . . . Mother her ideal . . . janet Duff a pal . . . enjoys new acquaintances . . . G. A. A. ROBERT CYPLICK . . . "Bob" loves all sports . . . goes in for comfortable clothes . . . would like to work only when the spirit moves him . . . movies are his choice entertainment . . . likes thick steaks . . . Track. ALDO DAMIANI . . . "Al" is all for slumber . . . ice hockey and sentimental music are great . . . prefers Paratroopers to all service . . . "Mom" is wonderful . . . neckties are important to this boy . . . Baseball. MIGNON DARGUSH . . . Art is one of "Min's" talents . . . favors Miss Kinderman . . . likes ballads and semiclassical music . . . prefers skirts and sweaters . . . future librarian . . . junior Service, Dardanelles, Pan-American, Minute Men, G. A. A. DOROTHY DE SILVA . . . "Dottie" plays piano, draws and collects silver dollars . . . loves to travel . . . a future Spanish teacher . . . misses gasoline . . . rations homework . . . musical entertainment heads her list . . . Math, G. A. A., Silver Streak. PAULINE DI CORPO . . . "Blackie" collects pictures of horses . . . horseback riding and skating are her delights . . . proud of her "Mom" . . . hopes to be designer of furniture . . . Student Council, Italian. G. A. A., Green Curtain. jACOB DOBNER . . . "Dobby" swims . . . rides horses . . ..enjoys baseball and roller skating . . . admires Miss Roy . . . best friend is Robert Mallek . . . misses brother in Air Corps . . . brother is ideal . . . collects records . . . Latin. GERALDINE DOEING . . . "jerry," the future secretary, enjoys photography and swimming . . . misses tires . . . ideal person' is her "Dad" . . . Navy her choice of services . . . enjoys all music . . . railroad othce calls her . . . G. A. A. HELEN DOERING . . . "Cbick" goes for sports clothes and Frank Sinatra records . . , would gladly ration homework . . . "Mom" and "Pop" ideal . . . hamburgers and dill pickles . . . hopes to be a Cadet Nurse soon . . . G. A. A., Girls' Choir. Page 67 Nancv Domine Stephen Dooley Winifred Drinhaus Robert Du Bois Marilyn Ducat Lillias Duff Phyllis Duma Robert Dunihue Fred Durante Adeline Engwall Edith Ericksen Phyllis Ericksen Grace Erickson Ethel Estep Walter Ewald Elda Eacenda Josephine Falduto Don Farinella Esther Farr Barbara Farrell Shirley Fattes NANCY DOMINE . . . "Louie's" California bound . . . says sports . . . hopes to marry a millionaire . . . skating best sport . . . sad clothes and classical music come first . . . Mr. Bradley and Mrs. without gas . . . admires all branches of service . . . loves to loaf Taglia are her pick . . . Star, Dardanelles, Library, As VC'e Like It, . . . French, G. A. A. Italian, N. H. S. , , , PHYLLIS ERICKSEN . . . "Phil" dances. skates and swims . . . Miss STEPHEN DOOLEY . . . "sieve" dislikes conceit . . . Miss Kilgour Landriwm fares A-1 - - - faves for iive. Skirts, blouses- and Marines is "tops" . . . likes to live in Mexico . . . shoes most missed . . . - - - ideal PEFSOU'-M0lh91' - - - hw friend-Mafilfn Kllckef - - - boogie beats best . . . "Dad" his ideal . . . Senior Choir, Boys' Choir, Dfifdanfllei Pfln'Amf3fif3U- G- A- Ao B0Wlinll' Pan'Amencan' Star' GRACE ERICKSON . . . "Gracie" would love to live in Alaska . . . WINIEREIJ DRINHAUS . . . "Winnie," the cook, has school "marm" Slow music and bluefyed Sailors appeal IO. her ' ' ' ideal is. uM.omn ambitions l l . western Prairies allure her F l U has no time for bobby , . . likes personnel work . . . Green Curtain, Student Council. Silver socks . . . prefers classical and popular music . . . interested in aviation Streak' - - - Dafdanellei G- A- A- ETHEL ESTEP , . . The land of the blue grass attracts "Eth" . . . , V A likes to loaf and swim . . . "Mom" her ideal . . . enjoys dancing . . . ROBERT DU B015 ' - ' "Bob" has been WCSI - - - talented meehame future secretary . . . jeanne and Eve her pals . . . Girls' Choir, G. A. A. . . . future forest ranger . . . SeaBees his favorite branch of service- ' dangerous and interesting . . . slow music is tops . . . Mr. O'Hearn is XVALTER EXWALD . . . Friendly "XVally" loves to ride 'round in his ideal character. certain blue convertible . . . hopes he is well-liked by everyone . . . ideal person is Mike Livorsi . . . would gladly give homework for MARILYN DL'CAT . . . "Mikki" likes to roller skate. swim. play mu5iC. football . . . Mr. Bradley choice at Steinmetz . . . missed shoes . . . ideal is Mother . . . sports clothes and live click . . . Marines . . EI-DA FACENDA - - - "Eli" likes U' WI Ulhfff PCOPIEQS hail' - - Dardanelles, G. A, A., Hall fjuard, N, H, S, wants to own a beauty shop some day . . . favors all sentimental music and Army Air Corps . . . enjoys seeing plays . . . G. A. A. LILLIAS DLTFF . . . "Duffy" fills her leisure hours with playing the V A Q , H , H , , piano , , , alms enluy-5 Swimming' wallzing and drawing . Q l vylsmn, jOSEPHIlNEll-ALDL-TO . . . Babe sl best friends includeleverybody sin is future home . . . "Mom" is ideal . . . future employee of lllinois ' ' - wnuld llke U' be 3 reeeplmmsf In 3 hfhpltal - - - efll"l"le11llnll Bell , . , Q, A. A. ' and talking , . . favors boogie and the Army . . . Pre-Medics. Service. G. A. A.. ltalian. Hall Guard. PHYLLIS lll'lNlA , . . "Phil's" hobby is drawing . . . dislikes com- v 1 Q , i , , position work . . . dressy clothes hit high peak . . . travels include DON FARINHLA ' ' ' H5h"n5" Mem' U' he lkmllmad 'ml'i'ne':r and Land cy llakm l l . mlsws mlnm Um much l D I -'Mnmu hw ideal live in Louisiana . . . Frank Bonelli is his best friend . . . would gladly , , , future in 1-adj., , , , p,,li,lQ. gh A. A. put fish on ration list . . . prefers the Army. . ROBERT lll'NlHl'E . . . "Bob" hopes to be a professional hike racer FSTHFR PARK - - -liinuflln CUIUYS Wllmmmll-I Wwmll- hike fldml-5 wnw day l l D hir. Frgliqh and Bob Paulsen rate tops . . , Visual Ed.. and drawing . . . ambition is to become a housewife . . . prefers sports Flfelklafshqlvstag-1SigmaQlllld' Pan.Anwriuln'flreen Curtain. clothes, classical and semi-classical music . . , Student Council. G. A. A.. Red Cross, Minute Men. FRED DVRANTE . . . "Bones" likes horses . . . ambitious to avoid y 1 , I A - work . . . Mr. Ruzicka is his choice . . . Frank Bonelli is best pal . , . BARBARA FARRH-l 4--. "Bobble" goes for reading. swimming. likes the Navy , , , would l-,Ninn ,lhlmlc A A l une, fm- h,,r.,clul.k rldlnu. dancing . , . ambitious secretary . . . Mr. Swiem favorite at Steinmetz K ' . . . pet peese is shortage of men . . . admires brother in Air Corps ADELINE ENGXYALL ..., -X future flyer for bnitecl Airlines is , , , CL A, A, Adeline .... A melia Earhart her ideal . . . swimming and ice skating , , H . her favorite sP0rts . . . casual clothes . . . Vice President of "Fleur SHIRLEY FATTF5 ' ' ' wihfi Hshlflu "dm"':5 the Arm5 Milne' fr-HPS de Lim" Q, A, A. is a military secret now . . . favorite expression is "Run Quick like a bunny" . . . "Mom" is tops . . . Fix-lt. G. A. A.. junior Girls' ElllTH ERICKSEN . . . "Boogie" and "Sloppy Joes" are for "Edie" Choir. Page 68 y Faulkner Elmer Fenwick Ferrara Edward Fiester Rosemary Fiorelli HENRY FAULKNER . . . "Cricket" gets a kick out of traveling . . . "Dad" is his ideal . . . . . . Marine Air Corps his choice . . . future ball-player or printer . . . loves River Forest . . . Boys' Choir, Cross Country. ELMER FENXVICK . . . "Elm" goes in for photography, building models, collecting stamps, coins, pins . . . dreams of owning a ranch out XVest . . . Army Air Corps rates A-1 . . . Cross Country, Senior Choir, Swimming. ROSEMARY FERRARA . . . "Roe" has lots of fun ice-skating . . . the bright lights of Hollywood call to this dancer . . . admires Miss Grant . . . life is gay . . . proud to be a Steinmetz graduate. EDXVARD FIESTER . . . "Ed" hopes to be a swimming instructor in service . . . thinks Mr. Ramsey is tops . . . XVashington state has many charms . . . enjoys writing all sports stories . . . Student Council, Lettermen, Star. ARLENE EINK . . . "Lootie" loves to draw . . . ambition: commercial artist . . . dances and reads . . . wants to go "Mexico Way"' . . . favorite is Miss Grant . . . idolizes Abe Lincoln . . . boogie fiend . . . Navy rates high . . . G. A. A. ROSEMARY FIORELLI . . . "'Way' Down South" is where "Honey" would enjoy being . . . rides horses . . . travels lead to South, North, East . . . when will the VC'est be favored? . . . pal of Elsie and june . . . G. A. A. MARIANNE FISCHER . . . "Fishie" likes music in the brook . . . would be "hoola" gal . . . sports clothes . . . future owner of music studio . . . bob sled rides have charms . . . Hawaiian guitar teacher . . . Edelweiss Verein, G. A. A. GENEVIEVE FLAMMINI . . . "Gen" likes photography, ice skating, popular music, and dancing . . . admires Miss Boller . . . Mother is her ideal . . . would ration her teachers- are you kidding? . . . future college gal . . . Italian, G. A. A. DOLORES FOLEY . . . "Dae's" ambition is to be a housewife . . . likes swimming and danc- ing . . . ideal person is Mother . . . enjoys shows, music, sports clothes, and Army Air Corps . . . Star, G. A. A., Carrot Tops. RAY FRANKENBERGER . . . Chemistry intrigues "Frank" . . . prefers California for his home . . . favors Miss Kilburn . . . Mr. O'Hearn is his ideal . . . hopes to work in a laboratory some day . . . enjoys baseball . . . despises homework. JEANNE FREY . . . Art hits the high-spots with "jeege" . . . traveled considerably . . . charmed by Miss Garis . . . interested in interior decorating and writing . . . admires "Mom" . . . As We Like It, G. A. A., Mixed Choir. ANTOINETTE FRICANO . . . Summertime work is good for "Toni" . . . football agrees with her . . . ambitious to be office worker . . . admires Miss Fitzpatrick and Mrs. Harritt . . . popular music appeals . . . Italian, Library. DORIS FRIEBURG . . . Life on a farm calls to Doris on vacation days . . . to follow footsteps of Florence Nightingale . . . "Under the Stars of Texas" . . . loves blue-bonnets . . . dances, sews, skates . . . G. A. A. CLIFFORD FROMM . . . "Cliff" shows mastership at woodworking . . . can entertain with an accordion . . . likes to sleep, roller-skate, bowl . . . Mother is his ideal person . . . Boys' Choir, Minute Men, Officers' Club, Sigma Quad. LORRAINE FUCHS . . . "Lorrie" enjoys swimming and bowling . . . Miss Landrigan is a peach to her way of thinking . . . says all services are really first . . . future Floridan . . . Dardanelles, jr. Girls' Choir, G. A. A., N. H. S. SAM GALANTE . . . Florida is future home for Sam . . . General MacArthur ideal . . "That's Tough" . . . Navy is for "Nymph" to see the world . . . sports clothes are slick . . hates bread without butter. ELSIE GALIS . . . Talking and swimming go big with "El" . . . hopes to be radio worker . . . is friend to all . . . "Mom" her ideal . . . sports clothes her favorite . . . music and dancing tops . . . G. A. A. IRENE GARBARSKI . . . "Shorty" likes good movies . . . dressy clothes suit her . . . Joan Kelly her pal . . . certain someone in the Signal Corps interests her . . . Bing Crosby fan . . . dislikes long telephone conversations . . . G. A. A. JUNE GAST . . . "Babe" likes River Forest . . . shows inclinations toward teaching . . . adept at playing the piano and organ . . . admires "Mom" and Aunt . . . dances, roller skates and bowls . . . Girls' Choir, Pan-American, G. A. A. DOLORES GEISSER . . . "Lor" is happy when riding horseback . . . anxious to sing in opera . . . would give homework for steak . . . Sr. Girls' Choir, Pres., Green Curtain, jr. Service, Dardanelles, Clean-Up, G. A. A. Marianne Fischer Genevieve Flammini Dolores Foley Ray Frankenberger Jeanne Frey Antoinette Fricano Doris Frieburg Clifford Fromm Lorraine Fuchs Sam Galante Elsie Galis Irene Garbarski june Gast Dolores Getsser GERTRCDE GERTSCH . . . "Trudy" plays the violin and accordion . . . New York is her ideal place for a home . . . would gladly ration having to wash dishes . . . Concert Orchestra. Symphony Orchestra. G. A. A., German. A V IRENE GIZA . . . Navy high with "Iya" . . . air stewardess is her ambition . . . stage and qlaggiqal mugjc rank , , , modern home in suburbs okay . . . Dardanelles. Latin. Hall Guard, Office Service. G. A. A., N. H. S. NAOMI GLEAVE . . . "Vicki" will work for the Telephone Company . . . knits. swims. skates . . . Salt Lake City one of her dreams . . . Lois Hartman is her pal . . . Ohl how she does miss butter. DARLENE GLOSCH . . . "Rush" plays the piano accordion . . . likes to sing . . . hobbies are sleeping and eating . . . future omce worker at Telephone Co .... favorite Steinmetz teachers are Miss Rompf and Mr. Bradley. IDA GOETZ . . . Ida keeps many memories in her scrap-book . . . future gym teacher . . . thick school books annoy her . . . jr. Girls' Choir. Pres., Stein Verein. Sec.. Student Council. Clean-U , RALPHPGOLTERMAN . . . "Golt" will spend his future as a mechanical engineer . . . brother Richard is his ideal . . . Red Cross Treas.. Alchemstein. Student Council, Visual Ed.. Assembly Police. Fire Marshall, Hall Guard, N. H. S. SHIRLEY GORDON . . . "Shirl" would live in Arkansas . . . ideal is her sailor brother . . . best friend is "Lill" . . . baggy sweaters and bobby sox are dandy . . . Silver Streak, Pan- American, Oliice Service, G. A. A. ELSIE GOTH . . . To see Africa is the dream of pretty "El" . . . Rosemary and june get her vote . . . enjoys popular music, but especially boogie . . . favors Mr. Downey . . . Chicago thoroughbred . . . French. G. A. A. EVELYN GREZLIK . . . Evelyn traveled to Alabama . . . bowling is favorite sport , . . misses rationed shoes . . . enjoys movies and Frank Sinatra . . . prefers tailored clothes . . . Marines rank high . . . nursing is her ambition . . . Dardanelles, G. A. A., N. H. S. ANTONETTE GRIECO . . . Popular "Toni," the clever hostess, tries her cooking on her friends . . . floral shop attracts her . . . likes Miss Farr and Janis Trumbull . . . crabby people beware . . . prefers the Navy. JACK GRIFFIN . . . "Grif" takes to baseball . . . would gladly ration homework . . . likes loud colors and boogie music . . . Mother is ideal person . . . favorite teacher is Miss Cahill . . . Senior Choir, Basketball, Public Speaking. PAULINE GRIMM . . . "Paul" loves knitting and dancing . . . ambition to become a teacher . . . Miss Feely and Navy A-1 . . . misses shoes . . . Dardanelles. jr. Service, Alchemstein, Office Service, Red Cross, G. A. A., Stein Sten, N. H. S. ROSE GROSS . . . "Red" loves roses . . . hails from East Moline . . . while there, was active in many clubs . . . collects post cards . . . has parachute dreams . . . "Mom" her ideal . . . Gefmfdex Geftsch Irene Gila Student Council, Silver Streak, G. A. A. Naomi Gleave D2fleneiGl05Ch RICHARD GROSSKLAS . . . "Dick" loves photography and drawing . . . ambition to become Ida C0612 Ralph cmhefman draftsman . . . "Mom" and Brother are ideal . . . boogie-woogie great . . . Rifle Team, Student Council, Fire Marshal, R. O. T. C., Pin and Ring Committee. GILDA GUERR . . . Traveling goes ace-high with "Shorty" . . . enjoys jitter-bugging to her heart's content . . . happy in sweaters and jackets . . . proud of her "Mom" . . . future at West- ern Electric . . . Pan-American, G. A. A. HOWARD GUNDLACH . . . "Gunner" future chemical engineer . . . enjoys model building, swimming, fishing . . . Miss Kinderman tops . . . Mr. O'Hearn ideal . . . Army Air Corps ranks first . . . Sigma Quad. RifIe Team, Picked Platoon, Visual Ed. SHIRLEY HALL . . . "Shudee" likes to say "Fiddlel" . . . ballroom dancing never grows tire- some . . . "Mom" is her pride . . . misses steaks most of all . . . now looking for unusual job . . . picnics are her delight. DOUGLAS HALVORSEN . . . "Doug" prefers good ties . . . misses gasoline . . . will be in- dustrial engineer . . . sticks to Chicago . . . Mr. Welen at Sayre Branch rates first . . . idolizes grandfather . . . Alchemstein, Minute Men, Student Council. MARILYN HANDLEY . . . "Irish" loves "Mom" and "Dad" . . . college ahead . . . future radio dramatist . . . dreams of patio home in open spaces . . . tailored clothes go over . . . Green Curtain, Red Cross, Silver Streak, G. A. A. GRETA HANSEN . . . Bowling and roller-skating appeal to "Butch" . . . life of a good typist is her hope . . . loves boogie and soft music . . . could do without school tests . . . likes Chicago . . . G. A. A. Shirley Gordon Elsie Goth Evelyn Grezlik Antonette Grieco jack Griliin Pauline Grimm Rose Gross Richard Grossklas Gilda Guerr Howard Gundlach Shirley Hall Douglas Halvorsen Marilyn Handley Greta Hansen Mable Hansen Mary Hartquist june Haugland Catherine Haupert Ursula Heindenreich Mary Henne Lenore Hennig George Herrmann Elaine Hillegas Henry Hoch joseph Hoch Robert Hoekstra Anna Hofmann Rose Hornberger Howard Hornstra Genevieve Hruska Margaret Hudock Margaret Hulseberg Ethel Huseby A. lnterdonato Ruth lverhouse MABLE HANSEN . . . "Mom" is May's ideal pal . . . sings and will join Coast Guards . . . homework-Ugh! . . . future employee of dances to her heart's content . . . would gladly ration spinach . . . Navy tops . . . loves popular music . . . collects souvenirs . . . writes to servicemen . . . Dardanelles, G. A. A. MARY HARTQUIST . . . "Skates" plays piano . . . loves roller skating . . . ambition, professional skater . . . Miss Kilgour rates high . . . Mother ideal . . . misses shoes and "someone" in Navy Air Corps . . . likes Corky-Richie-Tiny . . . G. A. A. jUNE HAUGLAND . . . Lovable "Bug," the equestrian, likes the bridle path . . . how about the bridal path? . . . steps to fast music . . . work is her "Zenith" . . . Elsie Goth is her pal . . . Library, French, G. A. A. CATHERINE HAUPERT . . . "Khaki" goes all out for jazz . . . pre- fers tailored suits . . . would trade Chicago for South America . . . "Mom" her ideal . . . Marines have captured her heart . . . "That's tough" . . . future stenographer . . . G. A. A. URSULA HEIDENREICH . . . "Urs" loves dogs . . . skating, sports clothes, jive and the Army are her likes . . . admires Miss Fitzpatrick . . . would prefer shoes to home work . . . misses her Dad . . . Office Service, G. A. A. MARY HENNE . . . "Henne" likes Marines . . . wants homework in Civics rationed . . . dances boogie . . . Miss Viehoff is the apple of her eye . . . Sr. Girls' Choir, Red Cross, Clean Up, Green Curtain, G. A. A. LENORE HENNIG . . . "Len" favors skating and swimming . . hopes to be a comptometer operator . . . admires Mr. Downey . misses VUrigley's special . . . sports clothes are her preference . . Navy attracts . . . Girls' Choir. G. A. A. GEORGE HERRMANN . . . "Georgie" loves to drive Dad's car . . . ambition, mechanical engineer . . . collects stamps . . . enjoys foot- ball and skating . . . Mr. 0'Hearn ideal . . . best friend is Tom W'alsh . . . admires Miss Farr . . . German-President. ELAINE I-IILLEGAS . . . "Lain" is pa's pet . . . the rancherite's life attracts her . . . mounted on a horse is tops for her . . . Cupid's arrow has hit her . . . Hall Guard, Ofhce Service, G. A. A. HENRY HOCH . . . "Sneezy" favors swvimming and fishing . . . misses gas . . . sports clothes and polkas rate high . . . aims to be like "Dad" . . . Wisconsin and Telephone Company in future . . . Navy now . . . Student Council. jOSEPH HOCH . . . "joe" thrills to boating and waltzing . . . a XX'isconsin traveler . . . hopes to live there . . . "Dad" his ideal . . . Illinois Bell Telephone. ROBERT HOEKSTRA . . . "Hoaky" misses T Bone steaks . . . am- bitious to be radio engineer . . . goes for hockey, football, baseball . . . radar lures him . . . future citizen of Downers Grove . . . admires Mr. Havlicek . . . Hall Guard. ANNA HOFMANN . . . "Annie's " hobby is sewing . . . wants to be dress designer . . . would live in California . . . a future "Hello" girl . . . admires Mrs. Fausel . . . ideal is "Mom" . . . G. A. A., Stein Verein, Clean-Up. ROSE HORNBERGER . . . "Butch" traveled Germany, Iowa and Minnesota but would take a country cottage with a certain some-one . . . prefers Mr. O'Hearn and "Mom" . . . the Navy rates . . . Edelweiss Verein, G. A. A. HOWARD HORNSTRA . . . "How" wants to live in "Chi" all the time . . . favors Mr. Downey . . . would gladly ration homework . . . misses gasoline . . can always enjoy a good comedy . . future cash- register mechanic. GENEVIEVE HRUSKA . . . "jenny" loves an out-of-doors life . . . owning a sailboat is her high aim . . . sailing boats and living near a lake are dream goals . . . Carrot Tops, Clean-Up. MARGARET HUDOCK . . . "Snookie" loves skating . . . hopes to live in Oak Park . . . admires Mrs. Whalen and Shirley Mumber . . . "Mom" and "Dad" her ideals . . . work in bank pleases . . . Stein Sten, jr. Service. MARGARET HULSEBERG . . . The Hawaiian guitar shows "Peggy's" talents . . . would like to be airline stewardess . . . favorite expres- sion is "For the love of Pete" . . . Stein Sten, Red Cross. Library, Office Service. ETHEL HUSEBY . . . "Dolly" yearns to be a model . . . Aunt Ruth and Eleanor Schmider are her ideal characters . . . it's unbelieveable but she would ration candy . . . likes torch-songs . . . G. A. A., Green Curtain. Silver Streak. ANTOINETTE INTERDONATO . . . Welfare work appeals to "Ann" . . . La Grange is a perfect home town . . . would ration cow- boy players . . . annoyed with people who complain . . . Mother is her ideal. RUTH IVERHOUSE . . . "Pam's" ambition is to be an original de- signer . . . dreams of California and Florida . . . wishes she could ration bills . . . post-war plan is to visit Norway' . . . G. A. A., Student Council. Page 71 Shirlee Iverson Dick Izmer Eric Jacobsen Ruth Jahnke Romona Jana Genevieve Jasak Alice Jensen Jacob Jerger Dorelise Johnson Fred Johnson George johnson Gloria Johnson Wilhem Johnson Dolores Jones ldella Jones Janice Jones Mary Jones Margaret Jordan Irma Kahl Mary Kalakis Rosemarie Kane SHIRLEE IVERSON . . . "Lee" wants to be a model . . . favors GEORGE JOHNSON . . . "Bucks" occupation is loafing . . . has many boogie, Joyce Moore, and best of all "Mom" . . . likes the Navy . . . hidden talents . . . Miss Rompf rates high . . . sports clothes are solid why? . . . hates shoe rationing . . . Vice-President of Minute Men . . . . . . Dad is his ideal . . . likes his music sweet and popular . . . G. A. A. Fire Marshal. Page DICK IZMER . . . "Izzy" enjoys ice-skating, swimming and sailing . . . all music pleases him . . . gets a kick out of making fudge and cookies . . . admires the Merchant Marine . . . Football, Track, Lunch- room Police. ERIC JACOBSEN . . . "Jake" adores beach parties and roller skat- ing . . . best friends are Bill Martin and Miss Sutherland . . . favorite remark "Oh Yeah!" . . . ambitious to attend N. U., but first the Army Air Corps. RUTH JAHNKE . . . Ruth likes sewing, knitting. crocheting and reading . . . her best pal is Audrey Brevik . . . ideal persons are Mother and Father . . . likes Marines . . . would work in a pet shop.. . G. A. A. ROMONA JANA . . . "Pickie" says "Holy Cow" and proceeds to play the piano . . . the rink beckons her . . . Miss Kilburn is her favorite . . . wants to be an aviatress . . . Army Air Corps rates with her...G.A.A. GENEVIEVE JASAK . . . "Gene" draws and collects . . . future em- ployee of Illinois Bell Telephone . . . friendly to all . . . misses but- ter . . . would ration conceited people . . . Mother her ideal . . . plays tennis . . . admires Miss Kinderman . . . G. A. A. ALICE JENSEN . . . "Shorty" toots the flute and tickles the ivory . . . nurse's vocation attracts her . . . interested in novel perfumes . . . Senior Choir, Latin. Fine Arts, Symphony Orchestra, Silver Streak, G. A. A., N. H. S. JACOB JERGER . . . "Jake's" dream is to play in hand . . . likes sports clothes and music . . . delights in loating and wants more time . . . brother his ideal . . . Concert Band, R. O. T. C. Band, Swing Shows. DORELISE JOHNSON . . . "Dorie" says swing and sports clothes rate with her . . . ambition is private secretary . . . favorite teacher is Mr. Herrick . . . sports include ice skating and swimming . . . Girls' Choir, Latin, G. A. A. FRED JOHNSON . . . "Ferd" is talented in woodwork . . . future Army Engineer . . . would live in Alaska . . . a civil engineer after the war . . . goes in for swims and hockey . . . Track, Football, Eire Marshal. 72 GLORIA JOHNSON . . . "Lefty" collects records . . , loves swim- ming . . . smart music intrigues her . . . drawing thrills her . . . prefers to be a secretary . . . has sister in the Marines . . . Stein Sten, Clean-Up, Fix-It, G. A. A. XVILHELM JOHNSON . . . "Swede" whistles while he works . . . wants to be a draftsman . . . California looks good to him . . . Miss Viehoff is his choice . . . prefers sports clothes . . . jive music charms him. DOLORES JONES . . . If you are looking for a dress designer, call on "Lorie" . . . loves to swim . . . admires Mr. Bradley . . . prefers sports clothes . . . carrots are on her "off list" . . . Navy holds charm. IDELLA JONES . . . "Sandy's" ambition is to be a cadet nurse . . . misses shoes and whipping cream . . . Miss Farr ranks high . . . slow, sweet music most enjoyed . . . Dardanelles. Jr. Choir, G. A. A., Jr. Red Cross, N. H. S. JANICE JONES . . . "Jonesy's" hobby is music . . . ambition is com- mercial artist . . . California, her future home . . . favorite teacher is Miss Thorsson . . . pet remark "Sad Case" . . . would ration bright remarks . . . Senior Choir, Dardanelles, G. A. A. MARY JONES . . . Mary likes to swim and skate . . . wants to work in an ofhce . . . Bobbie Farrel best friend . . . misses butter . . . sports clothes and boogie appeal . . . G. A. A., Red Cross, Silver Streak. MARGARET JORDAN . . . "Marge" dislikes conceit . . . loves to dance, picnics and swing . . . snowball fights thrill her . . . swing music a treat . . . future comptometer operator . . . "Mom" is her ideal . . . G. A. A., Edelweiss Verein, Library. IRMA KAHI .... "Blondie" likes to keep her balance so she'll be a bookkeeper . . . will type her way through the world . . . likes Miss Roy . . . Edelweiss Verein, Stein Sten, Dardanelles, G. A. A. MARY KALAKIS . . . "XY'ackey" would love to be a singer . . bowl- ing and driving keep her spirits happy . . . dreams of being a test pilot at any airport . . . enjoys long telephone conversations . . . G. A. A. ROSEMARIE KANE . . . "Ro" would trade homework for roller skates any day . . . charmed by gay sweaters . . . Navy is her favorite branch of service . . . admires Miss Viehoff . . . Red Cross, Spanish, G. A. A. MARjORlE KATANO . . . "Margie" has been "Out Vfhere the XX'est Begins" . . . is torn between being a nurse or a teacher of history . . . came from schools in Arizona and Ohio . . . Spanish. N. H. S. jOAN KELLY . . . "Kel." the clever little lrish seamstress. designs and makes her own clothes . . . loves her family . . . admires brothers in Navy . . . Pan-American, jr. Service, As Vfe Like It. Silver Streak. DAVID KENNEDY . . . "Bud" gets enjoyment out of baseball, basketball, and swimming . . . loves to sleep on a beach . . . hopes to be a professional baseball player . . . future resident of California . . . Basketball. Baseball. CLARA KESKE . . . W'hen she can swim and ice-skate "Sis" is happy . . . is ambitious to teach math , . . would teach in Chicago . . . Mr. O'Hearn is ideal . . . Dardanelles. Girls' Choir. blath, Latin, N. H. S. RUTH KETCHMARK . . . "Lucky" saves letters . . . likes ice skating . . . would make a good wife for that certain someone . . . would gladly ration gabby girls . . . likes sports clothes . . . admires the Infantry . . . Polish Club, LAVERNE KIELACK . . . "Red" is a "skin beater"-boom, boom . . . "Mom" is ideal . . prefers popular music . . . Navy first . . . simple life in country entices her . . . everyone is her pal . . . Girls' Choir, G. A. A. DOLORES KIEPER . . . Collector of odd jewelry is "Lorry" . . . would soar among the clouds . . . San Antonio and Colorado at rainbow's end . . . Latin. Sr. Girls' Choir, Student J' s , ' Council, Office Service, Star, G. A. A. CHARLOTTE KINDT . . . "Char" collects snaps . . . has an urge to travel . . . baggy sweaters and plaited skirts are her specialty . . . likes Miss Kilburn . . . favorite remark is "no bunk" . . . mother is her ideal . . . G. A. A. ELSIE KLEIN . . . "Al" loves dancing . . . wants to be "XVave" . . . best chum is Phyllis Duma . . . "Mom" her favorite . . . future at Zenith Radio . . . likes to sleigh ride . . . South America calls . . . German, G, A. A. ROSEMARIE KLEIN . . . The New York stage holds attractions for "Rosy" . . . dotes on rhumbas and casual clothes . . . has not met her ideal person . . . Green Curtain, As XX'e Like lt. Latin, G. A. A. MARILYN KLICKER . . . "Mar's" ideal person is Mr. O'Hearn . . . likes bowling in winter and dancing in summer . . . would like to ration homework . . . popular slow music appeals . . . future secretary . . . junior Service. G. A. A. HAROLD KLING . . . "Hal" longs to be an ace on the professional baseball diamond . . caters to swimming and skating . . . admires Mrs. Beach . . . California sunshine calls . . . Bob Hope furnishes his laughs. HENRY KLING . . . The cackling of chickens and the crowing of hens are music to this future 7 poultry enthusiast . . . hopes to be an engineer . . . Miss Kinderman suits him fine . . . shuns lsatano joan Kelly dub life. Kennedy Clam Keskfi ANN KOCH . . . "Koke" makes a racket over tennis . . . likes to walk, so she misses shoes Keffhmafk Laverne Klelafk . . . Marines, tall, brave and handsome, attract her . . . chocolate ice cream tops her desserts . . . Edelweiss Verein, G. A. A. THOMAS KOKORUZ . . . "Tom" plays saxophone . . . enjoys golfing, swimming, ice-skating . . . "Dad" is ideal . . . likes to dance to fast music . . . Bill Wilstmn his pal . . . favorite saying-"XVhat's Cookin'?" . . . Red Cross, Latin. LORRAINE KOLB . . . Magazine work has charms for "Lorrie" . . . has talent in art . . . California is her choice . . . prefers sports clothes . . . chooses the Navy . . . has an aversion to homework . . . holds her parents as ideals. HENRY KOLZE . . . "Hank" likes to make people sorry . . . talented in furnishing nicknames . . . ask him any question in history . . . he likes the Coast Guard . . . Baseball, Football, Eire Marshal, Hall Guards. JEANNE KOSTNER . . . "Dean" has traveled . . . enjoys tennis and ice-skating . . . hopes to be a successful surgical nurse . . . admires Mr. O'Hearn . . . Navy and Army Air Corps are A-1 . . . Stein Sten, G. A. A. ROBERT KOSTUCK . . . "Bob" traveled to Starved Rock . . . plays Hawaiian guitar . . . baseball is his favorite sport . . . ambition is to be a player at Comiskey Park . . . Navy ranks first . . . Boys' Choir, R. O. T. C. GEORGE KOTARS . . . George is an athlete . . . likes to loaf around . . . Roy Bye, his best buddy . . . wants to ration nylons . . . a stamp collector . . . sweet and slow music pleases him . . . Football Team. Dolores Kieper Charlotte Kindt Elsie Klein Rosemarie Klein Marilyn Klicker Harold Kling Henry Kling nn Koch Thomas Kokoruz Lorraine Kolb Henry Kolze Jeanne Kostner Robert Kostuck George Kotars LORRAINE KOZIOL . . . "Lor" will find an outlet to her yearning to sketch. on .t western ra.nch . . . hopes radios will never be rationed . . . likes to skate . . . dislikes deceit . . . ad- mires Miss Sellinger . . . G. A. A. GEORGIANA KRAFT . . . "Georgie's" ambition is a future secretary . . . enjoys classical music . . . plays violin and piano . . . Mexico lures . . . swims. rides, skates .... A rmy Air Corps first . . . homework an aversion . . . Symphony Orchestra. G. A. A. GERALD KL'CliRA . . . "Hot" dance music, loud sweaters and plaid sports coats rate high with "Jer" . . . never did go for homework . . . Hall Guards. Fire Marshal. Visual Ed.. Red Cross, Assembly Police. ELEANOR KURGAN . . . "Butch" travels considerably . . . loves operas . . . Aunt Anna is ideal . . . future housewife . . . Chicago always her home . . . misses elastic . . . Student Council, Green Curtain-Secretary. Pre-Medics. As W'e Like It. DOROTHY KIQROVUSKI . . . "Dottie" collects photographs . . . goes in for rhumbas , . . 1 "Mom" her choice . . . "Good Gravy" is a usual remark . . . likes sophistication in clothes . . 'W' no favorites among friends . . . Latin, Hall Guards, G. A. A. IDA LA COGNATA . . . Ida collects pictures and greeting cards . . . reading is her hobby . . . Q. dancing is fun . . . secretarial work appeals . . . pet phrase-"XVhat's Cookin'?" . . . loves Chicago . . . dislikes conceit . . . admires Mrs. Taglia . . . Dantinians. G A. A. BEVERLY LAGORIO . . . Let's call her "Bev" . . . Florence Nightingale the second . . . would change from big city to small town . . . certain someone in Navy . . . sports clothes and boogie woogie are great . . . G. A. A. DELPHYNE LAIRD . . . "Bunny" ventures into medical field . . . "Mom" and "Dad" ideals . . . no love for homework . . . hobbies are writing letters and taking pictures . . . Sr. Girls' Choir. Student Council. G. A. A., Red Cross. EDITH LANG . . . "Edie" has traveled extensively throughout Europe . . . hopes to sing in Metropolitan Opera Company . . . "Mom" ideal . . . Choral Society, Dardanelles, Fine Arts Guild, Edelweiss Verein, G. A. A., Red Cross, Student Council, N. H. S. DOLORES LANGOSCH . . . "Do Do" is a pianist . . . Michigan her vacation-land . . . Army Air Corps holds future opportunities . . . dislikes untruthful people . . . will devote time to hospitals . . . enjoys music and dancing . . . G. A. A., Latin. MARY LARSEN . . . "Mar's" ambition is to be at secretary in some ofiice in Chicago . . . misses nylons . . . would gladly ration homework . . . movies, popular music and Navv are among her likes. ALLEN LARSON . . . Playing his trombone is fun for "Red" . . . future master of the band . . . Brother is ideal character . . . thrills to Glenn Miller's band . . . Alchemstein Silver Streak, Concert, Symphony, Carrot Tops. JEANNE LAUFER . . . Bicycling and bowling are fun for jeanne . . . department stores will . . . - .. .. - - - Lorraine Koziol Georgiana Kraft proudly hail this interior decorator . . . Mom her tdeal . . . Dardanelles, Stein Veretn. . , student Council, clean-tip, omg' Choir, G. A. A., N. H. s. f3if,'ixl'lQfxwgki MATILDA LEISER . . . "Tillie" has scrapbook of keepsakes . . . Miss Feely her choice . . . 1 1 ' i misses hlms . . . wants swing music . . . sweaters and skirts, choices in dress . . Alabama bound . . . dances and swims . . . not a club girl. WILLIAM LENTZ . . . "Lentz" travels the Loop . . . talents. hobbies and occupation surround sleeping . . . ambition--6 ft. 195 lbs .... Dad is ideal . . . misses gas . . . enemy of homework . . . enjoys waltzes and boogie . . . Football. ALFRED LETH . . . "Al" is the man you can always find behind three inch steaks . . . boogie and jive plus classical are O.K .... photographer of the future . . . Dad is ideal . . . admires Infantry . . . Alchemstein. WILLIAM LETTONW . . . "Bill" favors drums . . . hopes to own red convertible . . . would gladly ration homework . . . boogie rates high with him . . . will follow footsteps of father and brother by joining Army. JOHN LICATA . . . "Sam" likes to swim, ride horseback and skate . . . no special ambition at present . . . prefers slow dance music . . . goes for sports clothes . . . would like to be Hyer . . . Boys' Choir. MILDRED LIEBICH . . . "Happy" considers all friends are her best friends . . . adores her brother in the Marines . . . G. A. A.-Treas.. Student Council-Treas., Stein Sten-V. P., Red Cross, Hall Guard, Clean-Up. FRANK LIPPI . . . Hard work appeals to "Lip" . . . his secret ambition is to sing . . . skates and swims for fun . . . snappy clothes are favorites . . . future in drafting . . . at ease in theatrical surroundings . . . Choir. Beverly Lagorio Delphyne Laird Edith Lang Dolores Langosch Mary Larsen Allen Larson Jeanne Laufer Matilda Leiser XVilliam Lentz Alfred Leth Xvilliam Lettow john Licata Mildred Liebich Frank Ltppt as, fu may sb are ?w , u Nr 3 iv G 'Q' 'Ffa 5 T7 v-,ff C3 Lf 1 Q Q f Livorsi june Lobus jean Loderhose Mary Lo Galbo Mary Logothetti Lorraine Lombardo Leona Lorenz rnon Lukowicz Arlene Lysfjord Roy MacLean Lewis Mahlmann Muriel Malme La Verne Marks Elaine Marshall Marshall Beatrice Marshment Edna Marsolais Edward Martin Eugene Martin Vee Masacek Raymond May MICHAEL LIVORSI . . . Michael's hobby is to model airplanes . . . fessional singer . . . Navy favorite branch . . . Student Council, Sym- ambition is to fly in Navy . . . music taste is for the soft and low . . . phony, Fine Arts. Uncle in Air Corps his ideal . . . Football, Track. MURIFL MAI-MF M i I I l,k b , ,h I . .... urie a ways i es emg wit peope . . . JUNE LOBU5 , , , Here we have 3 future Professional photographer Army comes first in her estimation . . . Doris Hinze is her favorite . . . would gladly ration people who can't make up their minds , . , friend . . , Dardanelles, jr.lService, G. A. A. Board, Student Council, enjoys plays, movies, dancing . . . Stein Sten-President, Clean-Up, Advanced Swlrnmlni-Z, B0Wlln1-Z. N- H- 5- Spanish G. A. A. . y LA VERNE MARKS . . . "Mouse" dances, rides horseback and roller JEAN LQDERHOSE , l , "Jean" bakes those delicious chocolate cakes skates . . . ambitions to teach at Lane . . . Mr. Bradley is favorite . . . , l , dreams of owning and decorating her own home i l , pgpulaf music Marge Moore best friend . . . goes for sports clothes and live . . . is her delight . . . Pan-American-V. P., jr. Service, G. A. A., Silver Navy admirer . , , G, A, A, Streak ' ELAINE MARSHALL . . . "Babe" likes roller skating and horseback MARY LO GALB0 l . I "Mar" loves all music l l l ambnlnn ls in be riding . . . admires Adrienne . . . Mr. Bradley favorite -teacher . . . secretary . . . Mother her ideal . . . collecting candid shots, snowball 3PPr0V?S femlfllne Ql0lh9S and POPUIU rnlfSlf - - - has hrdden talents tights, and resting are tops with her . . . misses gas . . . G. A. A., - - - enl0YS W1SC0nSln - - - Silver Streak. I-rbrnrlk G- A- A- Da"'i"ia", 5ef'm'Y RICHARD MARSHALL "Dick's" hmm ' ' . . . . ' ge is long ltnesof Navy MARY LOGO-I-HE-l'l-l l s I --Maru loves roller skating . s I has nav, men . . . enloysslow dance music . . . admires Mr. Havlicek . . . eled to Georgia, Wisconsin and North Carolina . . . likes to work in attracted bl' rnedlfnl work - ' -A traveled eXrenSlV9ll' - - - PreferS SP0r'S hospitals . . . Cheer Leaders-Captain, G. A. A., Pre-Medics, Alchem- domes - - - llk9S lnaflni-YQ Sleeping, klPPerS- stein Adv. Swim. . ' BEATRICE MARSHMENT . . . "Bea" enloys most sports . . . hopes l-ORRAlNE l-OMBARDO b l l "Lofty" ls 3 talented tan dancer l I l to be a wtiiter . . . likes classical music and prefers breeches and ballets are second nature to this graceful Miss . . . goes for all mystery b00fS - - - G- A-,A-s VlSU3l Ed.. Srar Srnff- Dnrdanellei Green Curtain pictures . . . admires her "Mom" . . . Navy is her choice . . . Latin, Pl3l'erS, Ir- SUVICCA G A A . . . ' ' ' EDNA MARSOLAIS . . . "Eddy" dreams of a little white cottage in LEONA LORENZ I . l --Llzzvn lnves the North . I . swimming and the suburbs . collects cute dolls and toys .Q . . Navy first . ice-skating thrill her . . . to live in a small town by a lake is her fond Brother lfavflrlfe - - - Oh! for Snrne Hum A - - G- A- A-. Adv 5W1n1-, dream . . . Dardanelles, Student Council, G. A. A., Minute-Men. Pfe'Med"35' VERNON Luxowicz . . . "Luck" enjoys ice-skating and watching EDWARIXMARTIN 1 - - "R?d" 'hinks hofkff' and "boogie" are 'OPS games . . . baseball a hobby . . . collects records . . . admires Miss ' ' ' Aff' OH'ffTInb'5 his falfomehfharacter ' ' ' Mrfremple rates 'OPS Kilburn . . . music must be soft and sweet . . . clothes must be loud 'kuulre VH i Spent m C 'ago ' ' ' Success ul draftsman ' ' ' and loose' rac , Fire Marsha . , .. .. - - - EUGENE MARTIN . . . Mr. Froelich is tops with "Gene" . . . also ARLINE LX SF-IORD . . . Ar likes piano and roller skating . . . - y . down-town office work appeals . . . favorite teacher is Mr. Bradley 2305516 aligns f1"'heSGvll3ll'j"inf:l3' the biiplachlwappealsfto 'lim ' ' ' . . . doesn't go for conceited boys . . . "Mom" ideal . . . Dardanelles, Fofiisalla 10 e gas ' ' ' I tem J ' ' ' I e armes Of lm ' ' ' G. A. A., jr. Service, Green Curtain, N. H. S. ' 7 N H . . VEE MASACEK . . . "V" likes traveling . . . goes horseback-riding R03 MAC LEAN - - - Mac haS 22 f3Sf1n3U0n for dressy Sneafefs and swimming . . . expects college education . . . models clothing . . . . . . deplores 'meatless days . . . studying holds no charms for him . . . would ration eoneeired people . . . enjoys movies and concerts, S .m, 5 2,fg0lUr1s'nlSl ln the making - - - Camera- P3rl'Am9rlC3n, Red Cross, phonic and swing music . . . Dardanelles, French, Choirs. n r. ce lesse ge RAYMOND MAY . . . "Ray" would like to be a bank treasurer soon LEWIS MAHLMANN . . . A life of music appeals to "Lou" . . . . . . has no use for girls who smoke . . . hopes to visit Hawaii some plays piano and tuba . . . Mr. Groom his favorite . . . hopes to be pro- day . . . Sigma Quad, Red Cross, Sr. Choir. Page 75 JOQ sr 'i ' '21 '-Z7 'Y' "' 1. 'C' TQ an Y WY? v-. . i f v l George McAleer james McCallen james McComb Williani McEvoy Charles McLean Eileen McNamara Evelyn Meyer Marilyn Meyer Dorothy Michal Estelle Michalski Carol Michel Victor Mickus Dorothy Miller Durell Miller Mildred Mitchell Richard Moberg Thomas Mohawk Gladys Molo Page GEORGE MC ALEER . . . "Bud" enjoys peace and quiet . . . has had travels out West . . . model building is his hobby . . . Mr. Bradley is super . . . California and Texas are favorite places to live . . . Foot- ball. jAMES MC CALLEN . . "jim" likes to draw . . . swims in summer . . . would like to be secretary . . . choice teacher is Mr. Moody . . . enjoys plays and movies . . . prefers opera to boogie . . . President Roosevelt his ideal. jAMES MC COMB . . . "jim" likes good band playing . . . would like to be mechanical engineer . . . enjoys bowling and fishing . . . hopes to join the Marines . . . loves loose and loud clothes . . . Chicago is tops. NWILLIAM MC EVOY . . . Friendly "Mac" hopes to be in the Navy soon . . . Dick Marshall his best pal . . . football intrigues him . . . enjoys dancing and swing music . . . XX'isconsin a golden dream . . . rations rain. CHARLES MC LEAN . . . A future naval officer is "Chuck" . . . lipstick and gas shortage are taboo . . . George Bayer best friend . . . Sigma Quad, Visual Ed., Alchemstein. Student Council, Eire Marshal, Pan-American, Police. EILEEN MC NAMARA . . . "Mac" wants a home on the range . . traveling and skiing are her joys . , . future commercial artist . . collecting cactus is her hobby . . . prefers semi-classical music . partial to the Navy . . . G. A. A. XVILLIAM MENCINGER . . . "Babe" likes to play the guitar . . . enjoys hockey and basketball . . . wants to be a man who gives orders . . . likes boxing matches , . . favors swing music . . . hobby is collecting phone numbers. EVELYN BIEYER . . . The gasoline shortage has Evelyn riding her way round Steinmetz . . . Van johnson lifts her to the clouds . . . Mrs. Bade rings her clown to earth . . . an aspiring secretary . . . G. A. A. MARILYN MEYER . . . "Lynn" says her talent is in telling little white lies . . . she's a missin' rationed humans . . . future private secretary at Commonwealth Edison . . . Girls' Choir, jr. Service, Stein Sten, G. A. A. DOROTHY MICHAI .... "Dottie" writes letters to the Army and Navy . . . to live in Mexico and eat steaks is her dream . . . classical music and sports clothes are favorites . . . Hall Guard, G. A. A. ESTEl.l.E MICHALSKI . . . "Stas" plays the piano . . . collects ear- rings . . . wants to ride in airplanes . . . future work in oflice . . . 76 .,"f."'v . .,. 'B William Mencinger Allan Miller joyce Moore Miss Zabawski and "Mom" rate . . . no sloppy clothes for her . . . Dardanelles, G. A. A., Polish. CAROL MICHEL . . . "Mike" plays the piano and fools with the clarinet . . . loves to go horseback-riding . . . thrilled with results of her own cooking . . . prefers semi-classical music . . . Concert Band, G. A. A. VICTOR MICKUS . . . Chemical engineering and flying touch "Vic's" heart . . . gives sax and clarinet wicked work-outs . . . Dad in A-1 class . . . Alchemstein. French, Rilie, Eine Arts, Orchestra, Eire Marshals, Silver Streak. ALLAN MILLER . . . Ice skating. light classical music and plane building appeal to "Bud" . . . best pal is Charles Perchak . . . con- servative clothes are his delights . . . wants university work . . . Alchemstein, Edelweiss Verein, Student Council. DOROTHY MILLER . . . "Dot" enjoys hiking, ice-skating and writ- ing letters . . . likes the Marines because-the most brilliant men are there . . . so says "Dot" . . . her sister, Florence, is her ideal person ...G.A.A. DCRELL MILLER . . . Photographs and working keep the future telephone operator busy . . . sports clothes, nylons and Betty jane Eelke are tops with "Red" . . . Mrs. Hege is favorite teacher . . . G. A. A., Carrot Tops. MILDRED MITCHELI .... "Milly" blows the trumphet in the band . . . cuts a neat figure on the ice . . . likes to work in summer resorts . . . l.atin, jr. Service. Student Council, Silver Streak, G. A. A. RICHARD MOBERG . . . "Rich" likes the water-either hard or soft . . . future medical man . . . thinks school books should be ra- tioned . . . likes semi-loud clothes . . . prefers Navy . . . Boys' Choir. Sigma Quad, Latin. THOMAS MOHAXYK . . . "Brain" whistles while he works . . ambition is to be mechanical engineer . . . likes to design aircraft . . . goes for sports clothes and swing music .... A ir Corps is the service for him . . . Alchemstein. GLADYS MOLO . . . "Chick" loves to dance . . . enjoys working in her victory garden . . . Oh! for a cottage in a suburb . . . South American music is A-I . . . Student Council. Latin, Stein Sten, G. A. A. jOYCE MOORE . . . Dancing gives "Red" pleasure . . . has visited the "Blue-grass State" . , , would live down where the oranges grow . . . jive lliusiti is admired . . . Navy heads list . , . football her favor- ite sport. 1 ja, Lg' .-2 '92 A9 T Nagel Elaine Natzke MARJORY MOORE . . . "Margie" goes in for art . . . hobbies are skating, bowling, riding . . will be a commercial artist . . . sports clothes head the wardrobe . . Dad is her ideal . . . La Verne is her chum . . . G. A. A., Green Curtain. LORRAINE MORBERG . . . "Lot" and the Navy click . . . prefers the South American way . . . raves about ping pong . . . butter, how she loves it! . . . great letter writer . . . admires Miss Thorsson . . . Pan American. LOL'lS MIQELLER . . . Florida saw "Red" in his travels . . . hopes to fly among the eagles . . . could use more shoe stamps . . . prefers boogie woogie and sports clothes . . . would ration ties . . . Swim Team. SHIRLEY MUMBER . . . "Shirl" defies blizzards . . , loves to tramp through snow . . . future buyer in large concern . . . Phoenix has charms . . . longs to be on a ranch . . . Mother her ideal . . . talented artist . . . Dardanelles. ELEANOR NAGEL . . . "Nicky" traveled in Michigan, XX'isconsin and Europe . . . ice skates and swims in her spare moments . . . ambitious to attend college . . . Dardanelles, Minute Men, Red Cross, Student Council, G. A. A., Stein Verein. ELAINE NATZKE . . . "E" gets fun out of her songs . . . also enjoys swimming and fishing . . . goal is to be a famous singer . . . Army gets high rating . . . G. A. A., jr. Girls' Choir, Library. LORRAINE NELSON . . . "Lorry" likes to loaf, read, skate and swim . . . would like to live in Northwest . . . Miss Rolence and Miss Kinderman are her favorites . . . jr. Service, Dardanelles, Alchemstein, Latin, G. A. A. POLLY NELSON . . . "Blondie" likes to dance . , . admires Marine Air Corps . . . boogie never fails to thrill . . . Gary Cooper her ideal . . . ballets her favorite entertainment . . . skiing holds charms . . . no incentive to work . . . cheerleader. GXVENDOLYN NELIHAUS . . . "Gwen" loves music , . . traveling is her hobby . . . bank sec- retary is her ambition . . . smart suits please her . . . plain dresses suit her . . . Mrs. Bade is her pet . . . G. A. A., Dardanelles. DELORES NICHOLSON . . . "Del" admires Mr. O'Hearn . . . is a future dress designer . . . enjoys swing . . . happy when collecting junk jewelry . . . travel has appeal . . . Student Coun' cil, Clean-lip, jr. Red Cross, Office Service. NORMAN NIELSEN . . . Norman has yen to own a store . . . swimming and horseback riding are super . . . rations all women except one . . . Mr. O'Hearn ideal . . . likes Marines . . . Boys' Choir, Orchestra, Hall Guard. ROBERT NILSEN . . . "Bob" hopes to be a doctor . . . likes Miss Kilgour, good humored people and Navy . . . pork chops, two-tone suits, jazz music rate . . . Boys' Choir, Red Cross, , f R. O. T. C. F LAROY NOLTE . . . "Roy" has three hobbies-reading, records and photography . . . likes to talk himself out of trouble . . . tomatoes bold no charms . . . future Navy man . . . Office Moore Lorraine Morberg Service, Police, Fire Marshal, Minute Men. Shirley Mumber LILLABELLE NORDIN . . . "Lil" collects photographs . . . would love to live in Maine . . . Shirley Gordon and "Bud" are tops . . . would gladly do without homework but not without those precious shoes . . . French, G. A. A. GLADYS NOVAK . . . "Lucky" will be a Spanish stenographer . . . loves to skate and to- boggan . . . pals around with Carol Ziaja . . . misses bobby-pins . . . Steinmetz footballs are dreams to her . . . some "Hay-Loafer" . . . Pan-American, G. A. A. DOROTHY NUFER . . . "Dot" gets peeved at English . . . radio Commercials are awful . . . loves being plain lazy . . . misses nylons . . . soldier brother her ideal . . . Mrs. Hege her fa- vorite teacher . . . will live in Florida. ADRIENNE OCHMAN . . . Singing is "Andy's" talent . . . ideal is Elaine Marshall . . . misses nylons . . . feminine clothes and soft music take her fancy . . . likes Navy . . . happy when dancing and skating . . . Student Council, G. A. A. FRANK OLSEN . . . Frank likes to do constructive building . . . hopes to own a business . . . bowling, swimming and horseback are pet enjoyments . . . Air Corps thrills him . . . dreams of travels around the world. EVELYNN OLSON . . . "Lynn" goes for sports . . . ambitious to be nurse . . . would ration "catty" girls . . . Dad her ideal . . . South America pages her . . . skating thrills . . . Pan- American, jr. Girls' Choir, Minute Men. OWEN O'MALLEY . . . "Bud" is ambitious to take up electrical engineering . . . Miss Haley is his favorite teacher . . . misses suspenders . . . would give away all cough medicine . . . likes overalls . . . Hall Guard, Fire Marshal. Lorraine Nelson Polly Nelson Gwendolyn Neuhaus Delores Nicholson Norman Nielsen Robert Nilsen Laroy Nolte Lillabelle Nordin Gladys Novak Dorothy Nufer Adrienne Ochman Frank Olsen Evelynn Olson Owen O Malles MATILDA OTTAVIANO . . . The life of a stenographer waits for "Mat" . . . swims and skates . . . misses nylons and steaks . . . taste for opera and popular music . . . "Mom" ideal , . . Fix-It, G. A. A., jr. Choir. DOLORES PALCER . , . "Dee" enjoys swimming and skating . . . ambition is to be a nurse . . . ideal person is tall. dark and handsome "Blue Eyes" . . . would ration blind dates . . . Red Cross, Library. ELAINE PANCZAK . . . "Sis" has a knack for sewing . . . would like to be a commercial pilot . . . her brother, Ray. is her ideal . . . would ration all impolite manners . . . Mixed Chorus, Latin, G. A. A. FRANK PANTUS . . . "Hugo's" ambition is to be a champion bowler . . . a future South American . . . clothes must be sport . . . music must be jive . . . he admires his Dad . . . Police. Fire Marshal. R. O. T. C. GLORIA PASSERI . . . Gloria wants to be another Bob Hope . . . likes New York . . . pals with Anita . . . a future radio dramatist . . . Green Curtain, Oliice Service. Clean-Up, G. A. A., 5 ip R As We Like It. IDA PAUL . . . This future nurse dreams of hospital work . . , Ida enjoys photography . . . "Mom" is ideal . . . loahng under California skies is her dream . . . Navy comes first . . . Miss Lysaught is favorite . . . G. A. A. ROBERT PAULSEN . . . "Bob' plays the sax . . . hopes to be professional bike racer . . . would like to work and live in Europe . . . swing music and sports clothes are his choices . . . Concert Band, R. O. T. C. Band. ALBERT PAUS . . . "Longey" enjoys roller skating . . . ambitious to fly for Navy . . . hopes to live in country . . . "Pop" Pfeil is favorite teacher . . , likes to listen to records . . . future in Navy Air Corps. RICHARD PEACOCK . . . "Richie" likes skating . . . would love to work in South America . . . Bob Malleck his pal . . . shows are preferences . . . enjoys jive . . . zoot suits are A-l . . . give him Navy any day. CHARLES PERCHAK . . . "Lefty's" baseball career is already colorful . . . an ace on the dia- mond . . . Cubs will get him as a professional . . . has S letters . . . admires Miss Landrigan 6 and L. Mueller . . . Baseball. DELORIS PERRY . . . "Perry" likes changes . . . longs to be a singer . . . future mother and wife are ideal ambitions , . . puts "Mom" and Dad on a pedestal . . . admires Miss Cahill . . . , Clean-Up, G. A. A., Latin. l GLORIA PETERS . . . "Mootseel" and bicycle riding go hand in hand . . . smacks her lips to ham, sweet potatoes, peach pie and milk . . . "Mom" is her pride . . . Dolores Schoefernacker herpal...G.A.A. V' BETTY PETERSON . . . "Pete," the would-be globe trotter, has the urge to collect Indian ' ' X jewelry . . . roller skates, ice skates . . . favors Miss Kinderman and Joyce Moore . . . favorite remark is "could be" . . . G. A. A., Latin. VIOLA PETERSON . . . "Vi" says there is no place like Chicago . . . Captain Dowse was her favorite teacher . . . enjoys knitting and playing tennis . . . future stenographer . . . Concert Band, Latin, Red Cross, G. A. A. BERTHA PETRONGELLI . . . "Bert" is happy when collecting charms and snapshots . . . Wfyoming ranch is her dream . . . Marie Balswick is her pal . . . talented at playing the piano . . . Student Council, Dantinians, Girls' Choir. ANGELO PETFENUZZO . . . "Barber's" all out for the Navy . . . wants to see the world . . . Miss Treleaven is his favorite teacher . . . likes baseball . . . books have no charms . . . best friend is Frank Ciulla. JUNE PHELAN . . . "junie" loves to travel and swim . . . ambition is to have a home in California . . . she has a good sense of humor and enjoys laughing . . . Pan-American, G. A. A., Office Service, Hall Guard. VIRGINIA PIETRAS . . . "Ginny" enjoys writing "skits" . . . would like to live on West Coast . . . "Mom" is her ideal . . . U. S. Army Air Corps ranks first . . . Dardanelles, Minute Men, jr. Service . . . Polish, G. A. A., N. H. S. OLGA PIVARCI . . . A recent addition from Flower High . . . rated many activities there . . . leans toward farm life . . . talented in folk dancing and acrobatics . . . writing interests her . . . would be an author . . . G. A. A. HERMINA PLAMBECK . . . "Tools" is ambitious to be an accountant . . . Ohl how she misses Hershey bars and gum . . . fried chicken and French fries delight . . . "Mom" is her ideal . . . Edelweiss Verein, G. A. A. I I Ja .' as , A-Q'-A., C, S I Matilda Ottaviano Dolores Palcer Elaine Panczak Frank Pantus Gloria Passeri Ida Paul Robert Paulsen Albert Paus Richard Peacock Charles Perchak Deloris Perry Gloria Peters Betty Peterson Viola Peterson Bertha Petrongelli Angelo Pettenuzzo june Phelan Virginia Pietras Olga Pivarci Hermina Plambeck f 1? -5 .31 if - "' -G: 3 F' 1 49- .xv 1.1, f 'L . ' .::.. s-f ' A 'L' .V I s " I? 2 .5 iw, , ld' Iv' E1 Pope LeRoy Preiss S. Procaccio Carmella Raia Margaret Ranyak Andrew Rasch William Rasmussen Rawlings Audrey Reaves john Regan Walter Reichman Albert Rhino Eugene Ringstad Allen Roos Rosi Edward Rossi Casimera Rozmus Lois Ruethling Adele Rusin Fleanore Sadowski Russell Saewert DOLORES POPE . . . "Good Gravy!" is favorite remark of petite WALTER RFICHMAN . . . "Wallie" practices taxidermy . . . likes "Lee" . . . Mr. O'Hearn is her ideal . . . why does she like Army roller skating . . . would become a dentist . . . misses gas the most on Air Corps so much? . . . Sr. Girls' Choir, Dardanelles, Alchemstein, the rationed list . . . prefers sports clothes and boogie music . . . Fire Office Service, G. A. A. Marshal, Assembly Police. LF ROY PRE1ss . . . Hills of Wisctmnsin can "Pussy . . . likes ALBERT RHIN0 - - - High Speed "Birdie" will bum up the rfjafk as swimming and tobogganing . . . would gladly ration makeup . , , aumidget auto racer , . .lthe Air Corps gets first bid here . . . X vonne favors Miss Kilgour and Mr. Bradley . . . prefers the Navy . Fmnemfne I5 hls best friend at Stemmelz- Alchemstein, Latin, Boys' Choir. SALVATORE PROCACCIO . . . "Ted" would be a policeman right here in the "Windy' City" . . . enjoys quiet music . . . ideal person is his brother in Navy . . . goes step by step with Tom Babikian. CARMELLA RAIA . . . "Carmie" collects jewelry and records . . . enjoys all sports . . . tennis and skating are A-l . . . ambitious to be secretary to a doctor . . . brother is her ideal . . . Dardanelles, Library, G. A. A.. IN. H. S. NIARGARET RANYAK American Air Lines make "Mar e" soar . . . . . g the heavens . . . will she fly to the "Golden Gate"? . . . weeps for gasoline and nylons . . . thrills to "Silver NX'ings" . . . Office Service, Student Council, G. A. A. ANDREW' RASCH . . . Playing the accordion and raising tropical fish is what "Bud" enjoys . . . hates homework . . . yeh! Coach Ruzicka . , . best pal john Regan . . . Visual Fd., Basketball, Fire Marshal, Intra- mural, Assembly Police. XVILLIAM RASMLSSFN . . . "Bill" likes to tinker with motors . . . planes strike his fancy . . . enjoys camping in North XY'oods . . . hopes to own and fly plane . . . Miss Rasmussen is tops . . . prefers Air Corps. Fl'NlCIi RAXX'LlNGS . . . "Fun" traveled in Oregon . . . swimming and snowballing are favorite sports . . . ambitious to be a doctor in China . . . Brother john is her ideal . . . enjoys murder magazines . . . Marines top list. AlfDRIfY REAVFS . . . "Sandy" admires Amelia Earhart . . . dances, swims, skates . . . future pilot . . . movies amuse her . . . music must be boogie . . , reasons for admiring the Army . . . no ice cream lover . . . Stein Sten, G. A. A. jOHN REGAN . . . "Regun" favors sports . . . track is his special one . . . would be an important executive in a large office . . . Sea- bees his favorite service . . . Cross Country, Intramural, Hall Guard, Track. Lettermen. EUGENE RINGSTAD . . . "Gene" enjoys standing on Oak Park and Diversey . . . would like to be pilot . . . tardy slips could have rations . . . future Naval Air Corps . . . French, Football, Class President- Feb. 1945. ALLEN ROOS . . . To be an engineer with the Telephone Co. is the ambition of "Monk" . . . happy when he raises animals . . . hopes to spend future in any state in the Northwest. LYDIA ROSI . . . "Lee" craves offices . . . likes to swim and skate . . . Mother her ideal . . . wants to be resident of Arizona . . . collects greeting cards and photos . . . Office Service, Red Cross. Italian, G. A. A. FDXWARIJ ROSSI . . . Horseback riding is for "Rosi" . . . collects silver dollars . . . jive music and bright colors bother him . , . Harry james his ideal . . . loyal to his native city . . . no hotdogs . . . Italian. CASIMFRA ROZMUS . . . "Casey" is a record collector . . . is am- bitious to be a private secretary . . . candy has no appeal . . . her ideal is Dad . . . admires blond hair and blue eyes-why? , . . G. A. A. LOIS RLFTHLING . . . Lois enjoys music, sports, reading. travel . . . future housewife . . . "Mom" and "Dad" are her ideals . . . thrilled by theatres . . . all branches of service O. K .... "You don't say!" . . . Pan-American. G. A. A. ADFLF RITSIN . . . Riding horses delights Adele . . . a talented talker . . . enjoys athletics . . . Abraham Lincoln is her ideal . . . Air Corps is favored . . . Pan-American-Secty., Dardanelles, Alchemstein, As XY'e Like lt, G. A. A. FLFANORF SADOXVSKI . . . "Fl's" favorite occupation is loafing . . . to become a nurse . . . "That's toughf' often slips . . . enjoys music- slow boogie preferable . . . "Mom" and "Dad" are her ideals . . . admires Mrs. Hadley . . . G. A, A. RUSSELL SAFXVFRT . . . "Russ" likes to roller skate, swim and play golf . . . future mechanical engineer . . , admires Mr. Temple . . . would live in a small college town . . . Red Cross, V. P .... Pan- American, Hall Guard. Page 79 1,1 lvu I? ik 3 17 Gr fv- 3 -r' x 1 X M1 JN 506 fx Q 'Hex 4 -. ,V 2 M 1, ,La 4, ff: 4- W Ui 13" Allen Saks james Salach Roger Saley Joy Salness Darlene Sanders A. Santangelo Blanche Sass Harold Satton Burnetta Schaefer Emma Schantz Jeanne Scheuneman Ann Schlotfeldt Eleanor Schmider Elsie Schmieger D. Schoefernacker Lee Schreiber Henry Schubert Margaret Schulte Herbert Schwendau Evelyn Seaborg Caroline Searls Page ALLEN SAKS . . . Al's future is public . . . "Dad" is ideal . . . Miss Ryan and Ralph Golterman are A-1 . . . Visual Ed., Alchemstein, Eire Marshal, Assembly Police, Student Council, Officers, Red Cross, Camera. JAMES SALACH . . . "Jim" swims and travels . . . inventor at heart . . . likes to be home on the range . . . politics has no appeal . . . "Dad" ideal . . . enjoys symphonic music . . . nothing gaudy . . Pan-American. Alchemstein. ROGER SALEY . . . Architectural engineering calls to "Rog" . . . California or South America will be his home . . . likes to play bil- liards . . . entranced when dancing . . . travel and football hit a high score here. JOY SALNESS . . . "Sally" enjoys designing and sewing . . . likes to travel . . . "Mom" is her ideal . . . has two brothers in Army Air Corps . . . bossy people annoy . . . Band, Dardanelles, Jr. Service, Red Cross, N. H. S. DARLENE SANDERS . . . "Dee's" talent is playing boogie . . . future press photographer on newspaper . . . would enjoy Elorida's sunshine . . . admires Miss McVey . . . wishes 1.000 page textbooks were rationed . . . "Mom" is ideal . . . Star. G. A. A. ADELINE SANTANGELO . . . Dad is "Ade's" ideal . . . future secretary . . . goes for sports . . . homework ranks zero on ration list . . . "Golden Gate" has promises . . . talented violinist . . . abhors conceited people . . . enjoys music . . . ltalian, G. A. A. BLANCHE SASS . . . "Lee" is a master at "muping" ice cream sodas . . . would put crabby teachers on the ration list . . . dreams of nurs- ing at the Ravenswood Hospital . . . Sr. Choir, Band. G. A. A. HAROLD SATTON . . . "Harry" likes to fool around a piano . . . all sports for him . . . enjoys soft and sweet music , . . gtclmirus Nlrs. Knipp . . . "Mom" is ideal . . . Aircraft . . . Mixed Choir, Ifire Mar- shal, French. BLRNETTA SCHAEFER . . . "Burnie" is an artist when knitting or playing games . . . wants to live on a ranch . . . bliss Andrews her favorite . . . "Dad" is ideal . . . Star. Silver Streak. Dardanelles. Otlice Service. N. H. S. EMMA SCHANTZ . . . A collector of glass statuettes is "Crisco" . . . Mr. O'Hearn her ideal . . . North Xyoocls call her from Chi , , , lclgllg her pal . . . Student Council. Jr. Girls' Choir. Red Cross. G. A. A. JEANNE SCHELNEMAN . . . "Jeanie" dances and plays the piano . . . admires her "Mom" . . . prefers Navy and Country life . . . likes to bowl and loaf . . . would work at home . . . Student Council, Ollice Service, G. A. A. 80 ANN SCHLOTFELDT . . . Collects post cards and souvenirs . . . Ann enjoys music . . . future champion swimmer . . . oiiice work is calling . . . "Dad" her ideal . . . Seabees her first choice . . . "Red Sails in the Sunset" . . . G. A. A. ELEANOR SCHMIDER . . . College bound is our gal "Corliss" . . . dotes on dachshounds . . . enjoys digging for clams . . . future N. B. C. star of Radio City . . . Dardanelles, Green Curtain, Talent, Stein Sten, Silver Streak. N. H. S. ELSIE SCHMIEGER . . . "El" makes delicious apple pies . . . Um! Um! . . . Dardanelles. Pan-American-Sec'ty . . . Pre-Medics-V. P. . . . As We Like It . . . Advanced Swim . . . Library, Jr Service, Stu- dent Council. Hall Guard, G. A. A., N. H. S. DELORES SCHOEFERNACKER . . . "Tootsy" enjoys bicycle riding and ice skating . . . to be a model with a fashion magazine is her ambition . . . Navy her ideal service . . . admires "Mom" most . . . misses butter . . . G. A. A. LEE SCHREIBER . . . "Curly" likes to sing in showers . . . his occu- pation is getting out of doing work . . . would go Alaskan . . . enjoys popular music and sports . . . Navy Seabees tops. Lettermen. Football. Track. HENRY SCHVBERT . . .Swing music is favorite of "Hank" . . . likes Chicago . . . Marine Air Force calls him . . . homework and lack of gasoline annoy him . . . ambitious to be chemical engineer . . . Latin Club. Pres. MARGARET SCHl'l.TE . . . "Margie" is a sociable creature . . . "Mom" her ideal . . . Dottie Shields her pal . . . future broadcasts over Mutual . . . dancing and radio her dream . . . Silver Streak, Pan'American, Green Curtain, G. A. A. HERBERT SCHXYENDAI' . . . "Herb" has traveled to Europe and Canada . . . likes to build models . . . tobogganing and ice skating are his sports . . . would like to live in Southern Michigan . . . Concert Band. R. 0. T. C. l1Vlfl.YN SEAHURG . . . "Lynn" jives to Harry James' records . . . sweaters are "it" . . . headed for nurses training at St. Anne's llcms- pital , . . sister is her ideal . . . Girls' Choir. Minute Men. G. A. A., Student Council. CAROLINE SEARLS . . . lt's the Navy Nurse Corps for "Murph"- laughing brown eyes and a happy smile . . . likes popular music' . . sister. Arlene. her ideal . . . Student Council. Dardanelles, Jr. Service. Rc-cl Cross. N. H. S. vw. iv 'C' . 'ii am" . E SHIRLEY SECHTER . . . "Shirl" likes to collect records . . . receiving mail is her delight . . . Miss jacobek is her choice . . . Mother is ideal . . . future telephone supervisor . . . Red Cross. 1' Clean-Lp. Office Service. G. A. A. jOHN SEREDA . . . Swimming. radio and communication interests "johnnie" . . . ambition is electronic engineer . . . relaxing is a favorite sport . . . Ben Shostak and bliss Riedmiller are great . . . pet remark-"Lots of time" , . . Swim. ELMER SEVERSON . . . Basketball and swimming make "Swede" forget his worries . . . or V2 5 if Sechter Severson Shields c ?f john Sereda Gerald Shannon joseph Shramek Hr , ambition is to go collegiate . . . Air Corps fascinates . . . prefers piano with jive . . . abhors people who wise-crack . . . Basketball, Latin. Lettermen. GERALD SHANNON . . . Running an elevator is fun for lively "Pat" . . . would like to live on a farm . . . dentists could be rationed . . . restaurants and theatres intrigue him . . . Eire Guard, Assembly Police. DOROTHY SHIELDS . . . To own a convertible coupe is "Dottie's" ambition . . . Mrs. Harritt and Margie Schulte hold her admiration . . . is a member of "Briny Marlens" , , . enjoys ro- mantic music . . . misses the boys. jOSEPH SHRAMEK . . . "jose" loves solid jives, sports clothes. loud ties , . . ambition is to travel . . . best friend-Bill McCoy . . . ideal person-Mr. Temple . . . loafing. swimming. toboganning and hockey agree with him. IRENE SIGGINS . . . Southern traveler is Irene . . plays piano . . . stray dogs are her hobby . . . future work at Orphans of the Storm . . . prefers Navy . . . abhors slacks on women . . . enjoys dancing . . .junior Girls' Choir. G. A. A. ELOISE SIVERTSEN . . . "I'llondie's" taste in music is ballroom . . . ambition is to travel . . . ideal person-Mother . . . loves sports clothes. sleeping, collecting pins . . . Miss Ornstein is tops with her . . . abhors snobs . , . G. A. A. ELEANOR SKORA . . . "EI" collects picture post cards . . . swimming is favorite sport . . . music is entertaining . . . misses nylons . . Army Air Corps is her branch of service . . . sports clothes are her preference . . . Polish, GEORGE SKORA , . . Stamp collecting, tennis, roller skating and bowling are favorites with "jeep" . . . ambition is Navy Air Corps . . . enjoys jive and popular tunes . . . misses gum the most . . . a Cub fan. VIZRNE SMALLXXVOOD . . . "Shorty" hopes to be a pharmacist . . . mixes chemicals in spare time . . . "XX'hztjasay" is favorite remark . . . classical music is super with him . . . Navy attracts . . . Miss Hainbecker tops . . . Minute Men. Latin. DOROTHY SOHN . . . "I.onggy" bowls, rides horseback and ice skates . . . would spend her future on ship board . . . Marines come first because they're different . . . "Dad" is her ideal . . . Stein Sten. German, G. A. A. LOUIS SOjKA . . . "Handsome" enjoys red-hot jive, stamp collecting, musical and comical en- tertainment . . . Mr. Herrick and Mr. Daniels are tops . . . admires Marine Air Corps . . . rations time . . . Student Council. Alchemstein, Star. DOLORES SONNEEELDT . . . "Sunny" plays the piano to heart's delight . . . future nurse in small town . . . "Mom" her ideal . . . wishes pretty girls rationed . . . ice skates and collects records . . . Navy is tops . . . G. A. A. MARION SORENSEN . . . Canada. Indiana, XX'isconsin, Michigan have seen "Nair" . . . hobby is collecting pictures . . . favorite sportsftohogganing, ice boating, horseback riding . . . enjoys popular music . . . likes civil service work . . . Student Council. G. A. A. DOROTHY SPANTIKOXV . . . "Dot's" ambition is a surgical nurse . . . likes to skate and bowl . . . Mother her ideal . . . art and music are hobbies . . . future in Nurse Corps . . . Pre-Medics, G. A. A., Concert Band. ROSE SPILLER . . . A writer of poetry and short stories . . . "Rosie" rides horses . . . future C. P. A .... "catty" folks annoy . . . sporty clothes . . . "Mom" her ideal . . . jr. Service, Dardanelles. As W'e I.ike It, Dartinians, N. H. S. ESTHER SPROVEARE . . . "Es" is a girl who will eat anything as long as it's potato salad . . . pianp, boogie and snappy uniforms are tops . . . psychiatrist to be . . . admires Madame Curie . . . i. A. A. RICHARD STALLMAN . . . "Dick" sings . . . taxidermy and collecting pin-ups are his hobbies . . . being a lumber-jack in Oregon is his ambition . . . cuddles himself in loud socks . . . Mr. Eerdman rates A-1. jANE STEELE . . . "janie" wants to be an X-ray technician . . . sleigh riding. swimming and living in Hawaii rate A-1 . . . misses rationed shoes . . . boogie, sports clothes and Navv are for her. . . Star, G. A. A. ' WUC SIX!-Ziflb Eloise Sivertsen Eleanor Skora George Skora Verne Smallwood Dorothy Sohn Louis Sojka lolores Sonnefeldt Marion Sorensen Dorothy Spantikow' Rose Spiller Esther Sproveare Richard Stallman jane Steele LEATRICE STEIN . . . "Lee" reads. swims, skates . . . wants to do stenography . . . to live in California . . . Miss Landrigan. her favorite . . . enjoys movies. Bing Crosby. Ray Milland 1 and sports clothes . . . prefers Navy . . . G. A. A. . . . SHIRLEY STEIN . . . The "Globe-Trotter" has nothing on "Hoo-Boo" . . . cooking is favorite stunt . . . Pre-Medics. Pan-American. Math. Letter Girls . . . Student Council. Library. Dar- danelles, As NVe Like It. Alchemstein. N. H. S. DOROTHY STEINSTROM . . . "Shorty" likes to play the accordion and ride horses . . . misses shoes . . . sports clothes, rhumbas. and jive are preferred . . . Army Air Force ranks first . . . G. A. A., Red Cross. Hall Guard. LORRAINE STENCEI .... "Lorry" is a gal everyone knows and admires . . . wrote on juvenile delinquency . . . Eix-lt, Green Curtain. jr. Service, Minute Men, Swim, Star. G. A. A.-V.P.. Dardanelles, Cheer Leaders-Cap't, N. H. S. ROSEMARIE STENDOR . . . "Ro" collects picture postcards . . . football and tennis her sports . . . Mr. O'Hearn her ideal . . . loves dancing, swing music, Army Air Corps . . . goal-physical instructor . . . Florida calls . . . Green Curtain, G. A. A RICHARD STEFRBAUT . . . "Dick" enjoys model construction and cartooning . . . hopes to some day be superintendent of schools . . . likes tobogganing . . . interested in landscaping and engineering . . . attended Lane Tech . . . Swim Team. HARTMAN STIME . . . Billiards, baseball and "boogie" take up "Harty's" spare hours . . . has a yen for the pen . . . future journalist on any big newspaper . . . would like to fly in the Navy. HELEN STOMPER . . . "Dot's" hobbies are roller skating and letter writing . . . ambition is to work as a switchboard operator in a big office . . Miss Selinger and the Navy rate A-l . . . G. A. A. EILEEN STRYZEXVSKI . . . "Blondie" loves her two dogs-"Corky" and "Teddy" . . . sews and cooks . . . would work and loaf . . . countryside of peace and quiet attracts her . . . Army Infantry is her selected service. HEI.EN SUKASIAN . . . "Suky" has aims to become a professional M. D .... first period classes are often too early . . . Merchant Marine has a reason for being admired . . . Red Cross, Clean-Up, Green Curtain, G. A. A. SARAH SUNSERI . . . "Shorty's" ambition is to be a typist . . . Benny Goodman's swing music popular . . . hopes to see all U. S. A .... collects stamps . . . amateur photographer . . . Army choice . . . Italian, G. A. A., Office. Hall Guard. MYRTLE SNWETS . . . "jimmie" likes to ride her bike . . . collects charms . . . Mr. Downey is favorite teacher . . . likes swing music . . . goes for sports apparel . . . would live in sunny climate . . . G. A. A., Ofhce Service. EDML'ND SZLAPA . . . Give "Ed" hunting and fishing . . . would like to own a business . . . yf wants to see the world . . . future in meat packing industry . . . likes suburban life . . . Fire Marshal, Hall Guard, Leatrice Stein Shirley Stein ANTOINETTE SZPAK . . . "Toni" swims and skates . . . future secretary . . . misses butter . . . Domlhlfslclmlmm Lfnralne Stemel no oleo substitute . . . swing music and sports clothes . . . likes Navy uniform . . . dances to soft Rosemane Stendor Rlfhafd Steurhaul and low . . . loyal to Chicago . . . G. A. A. VIRGINIA SZYMCZYK . . . Talented "Ginny" sings, dances, plays piano and accordion . . . entertains servicemen in different camps in United States . . . Eleanor Powell is her ideal . . . "My Lands!" favorite remark . . . Red Cross, Dardanelles. G. A. A.. N. H. S. MAMIE TAVITIAN . . . "May" admires "Mom" . . . musical comedies, sweaters and Air Corps A-l . . . hospital technician's life for her . . . jazz tunes no-go . . . Adv. Swim-Pres., Dardanelles. Latin, G. A. A. Board, Pre-Medics, Alchemstein, N. H. S. PHYLLIS TAYLOR . . . "Queenie's" ambition is to get married . . . loves swimming and sleigh ride parties . . . admires Navy because of a certain someone . . . would gladly ration homework . . . Student Council, Red Cross, G. A. A. DOROTHY TEMPENAR . . . "Dot" is an all 'round sports gal . . . plays softball, bowls, rides horseback . . . will live in Chicago suburb . . . loves Navy . . . Mother her ideal . . . favorite remark-"XVhy?" . . . Dardanelles. Silver Streak. N. H. S. FRANCES TENGA . . . "Fran" likes to dance and sing . . . dramatics and ice skating appeal . . happy to waltz, rhumba, boogie . . . thinks "Sloppy Joes" slick . . . Grace Twarowski her pal . . admires "Mom" . . . Polish. G. A. A. CRYSTAL THOMPSON . . . "Chris" . . . Dardanelles, Ofhce Service, Star, G. A. A. Board. G. A. A., Clean-Up, Pre-Medics. Math. Student Council, Bowling. Red Cross, jr. Choir. Sr. Choir. Hall Guard, Pan-American, Silver Streak. Hartman Stime Helen Stomper Eileen Stryzewski Helen Sukasian Sarah Sunseri Myrtle Swets Edmund Szlapa Antoinette Szpak Virginia Szymczyk Mamie Tavitian Phyllis Taylor Dorothy Tempenar Frances Tenga Crystal Thompson VU' 0- s Ons iff' if WW 34 as 51 fu :L- 'Q' T' gill' Q My Fmt' asv Tobolik Angelo Tomassoni Tim Tooney Beatrice Triolo Vaccaro josephine Vaccaro Georgette Valvo Eileen Veskauf XX'allace Bernice Warber Richard XX'eckerlin Gladys XY'eier CHARLES TOBOLIK . . . "Chuck's" ambition is to be dentist . . . Navy man . . . brave and fearless . . . credit to all . . . misses steaks , . . all music appeals . . . hockey, basketball and swimming are tops . . . I.ettermen's, Basketball. ANGELO TOMASSONI . . . Following sports is one grand hobby for "Tommy" . . . gas for his Pontiac would be great . . . in the future would like to own a store . . . rations school . . . Minute Men, Foot- ball. TIM TOOMEY , . . "Tomb" is a life guard at Medinah Country Club . . . ideal person is Frank Yohac . . . likes swimming . . . dis- likes all his homework . . . Navy his choice . . . Swim, Lettermen for two years. BEATRICE TRIOLO . . . "Babe" has visions of calling the "Empire State" home . . . has no love for black coffee . . . bobby pins brighten life . . . likes Navy uniform . . . As We Like It, Dantinians, G. A. A. jANIS TRUMBULI .... "jan" wants to live in southern Illinois . . . idolizes her mother and father . . . proud of brother . . . Army Air Corps rates because of a certain Lieutenant . . . Student Council, Silver Streak. jOHN TCRES . . . "johnny" enjoys traveling and gardening . . . would love a California address . . . enjoys classical music . . . future chemist . . . likes laboratory work , . . would ration cheese and not shoes . . . "Mom" his admiration . . . Alchemstein. GRACE TXX'AROVi'SKI . . . "Babe" collects snapshots . . . Mr. Ram- say rates A-1 . . . boogieewoogie puts light rhythm in her step . . . dreams of visiting European nations . . . jr. Service, Dardanelles, Polish, G. A. A. ANGELA VACCARO . . . Collecting records is a hobby for "Babe" . . . likes to ice-skate and swim . . . goes for fun of any kind . . . future graduate of Northwestern ljniversity . . . "Mom" is her ideal. jOSEPHINE VACCARO . . . The village of Oak Park claims "jos" a future resident . . . likes dancing . . . plays the saxophone . . . enjoys typing . . . would work in Loop and live in Oak Park . . . Italian, G. A. A. GEORGETTE VALVO . . . California for "George" . . . collects swing records, dances, skates and swims . . . admires Mrs. Taglia . . . goes for swing music, skirts and sweaters . . . Army her choice . . . Sinatra her ideal . . . Italian, G. A. A. EILEEN VESKAIFF . . . "Lee" collects souvenirs and also pictures of friends . . . favorite remark, "No homework tonight" . . . ideal is "Mom" . . . thinks of a certain someone in Air Corps . . . Library, Silver Streak, G. A. A. -ES AS li 15 15. :XIII -13' E I7 Y 'ri' 0 "' vi! -J' , 6 janis Trumbull john Tures Grace Twarowski Lillian Volosuik NX'arren Vorman Dorothy Wallac'e Imogene W'engler Ruth XX'ensel joan XX'estin LILLIAN VOLOSIIIK . . . snowball fights . . . misses nylons . . . prefers the Marines . . . enjoys the smooth swing music . . . likes clean, plain and expensive clothes . . . Latin, Stein Sten. "Lil's" hobby is sewing . . . peps up to . . "Yogi" swims all year round . . . keen XVARREN VORMAN . knowledge of air-dynamics . . . talented trumpet player . . . future in Navy Air Corps . . . Mrs. Whalen favorite teacher . . . German, R. O. T. C, Band, Concert Band. DOROTHY XVALLACE . . . "Dotty" loves painting and sculpture . . . enjoys her white mouse "jackie" . . . goes for swimming and wrestling . . . likes slow boogie . . . Girls' Choir, Green Curtain, Red Cross, Student Council, Hall Guard. jAMES XVALLACE . . . "jimmy" likes to travel . . . scrap-book on wrestling is a hobby . . . admires Mr. Holm . . . enjoys hockey and football . . . hunts and fishes . . . Red Cross, Student Council, Fire Marshal, R. O. T. C. BIERNICE XVARBER . . . "Terry" loves airplanes . . . wants to fly . . . fools around with chemicals . . . enjoys bowling, swimming, dancing . . . rain has a fascination for her . . . Girls' Choir, Silver Streak, Hall Guard. RICHARD XY'ECKERI,IN . . . "Dick" indulges in mystery stories . . . goal is future engineer in drafting room . . . Regan his ideals . . . bowls. fishes. hunts . choice . . . Stein Verein-Vice Pres. Mr. Temple and john . . Marine Air Corps GLADYS XVEIER . . . "Fritzie" . . . best friend-Steno Dictionary . . . Father ideal . . . bowls because of eats involved . . . adores all rationed . Minute Men, Student foods . . . talent for getting into trouble . . Council, G. A. A., Orchestra, Band, Victorettes. IMOGENE XVENGLER . . . Roller skating and swimming appeal to "Gene" . . . would like to be housewife . . . work in Texas store lures her . . . Miss Farr her favorite teacher . . . Mr. O'Hearn her ideal character. RCTH XVENSEI .... "Rusty" enjoys sewing, swimming, dancing . . . Navy nurse her goal . . . likes NX'isconsin . . . prefers tailored clothes . . . Dardanelles, jr. Service, Pan-American-Secty.. As NX'e Like It, G. A. A., Victorettes, Stein Sten, N. H. S. jOAN XYESTIN . . . "joni" is interested in art . . . baggy sweaters and slow boogie intrigue her . . . Army Air Corps . . . thrills to swims . . . future actress or journalist . . . Star, Red Cross, Green Cur- tain, G. A. A. Page 83 ,H Gs 'mr I Yblk. if iii is .. as i if ff . of 1' . . . . 4 5' Q V v 'C' 1' we Y N, i-- K. Glenn XX'hite Robert Xvillis Lawrence XX'vsocki E. Zwierzycki f..nnt'r.1 Slip: Helen Morgan Philip Cangelasi Lawrence Cyrier Charles Elbering Robert jacobsen jerry' McCoy Stanley Maczka Cedric Stahl Page ll I Richard XX'hitman june Wick june W'iebe XX'illiam XX'ilson Dolores W'issing Esther XX'itte june Youngberg j. Zaccaria Carol Ziaja GLENN XWHITIE . . . "Vi'hitie" enjoys shoveling snow . . . Mr, Bradley ideal . . . roller skating tops all . . . gas and tires most missed . . . swimming in summer okay' . . . swing, boogie, sports clothes appeal . . . Army Air Corps. RICHARD XVHITMAN . . . "Dick" likes to build model airplanes . . . misses bicycle tires . . . in the meantime will be a pilot or gunner in Army' Air Corps . . . "Mom" is ideal . . . admires Miss Cahill. jliNE XVICK . . . "Blondie" goes for swimming . . . snowball fights are delightful . . . classical music rates high . . . "loves" every branch of service . . . XX'ashington is her future home . . . Green Curtain, Girls' Choir, G. A. A. jl'NE XVIEBE . . . "Star Eyes" likes to swim, bowl, draw . . . future nurse . . . would live in China . . . Mother her ideal . . . prefers sports suits, bobby socks . . . Army Nurses' Corps for her . . . l.atin. G. A. A. VIVIAN XVIEBKING . . . "Viv" hopes to be member of an all-girl orchestra . . . Choral Society, Pan-American, As We l.ike lt, Stein Sten, Office Service, G. A. A., Dardanelles. Symphony, Eine Arts, Bowling. EDXX'lN NX'll.K . . . "Red's" all out for Bing Crosby's singing . . . prefers Army . . . can keep feet on ground . . . ambitious to be sports writer . . . pal of Harold Canadeo . . . likes "Cubs" baseball . . . Track, Star. RITA NX'lLl.ER'l' . . . "Reel" loyes watching football games . . . enjoys ofiice work . . . would ration homework . . . movies, popular music, sports clothes. are tops . . . "Mom" ideal . . . future citizen of Phoenix, Arizona . . . Ofiite Service, G. A. A. ROBERT XY'll.l.lS . . . "Bob" hopes to join the Nayy' . . . dreams of being a pharmatist's mate . . . ranch in Texas is his goal . . . Mr. O'Hearn is his ideal . . . lired johnson is some pal. XYll.l.lAM XYILSON . . . "Bill" likes photography . . . steak and "boogie" are tops . . . Dad is ideal . . . sports clothes are solid with him . . . small town has thartns . , . Band, Althemstein, lfire Marshal, Stein Verein. N. ll. S. DOLORES XYISSING . , . "Dee" enjoys Hlusit and sewing . . . has no admiration for homework . . . likes Nayy , . , reading and loating appeal . . . misses shoes .... A lthemstein, Pan-Amt-ritan. junior Serv- ice. Red Cross, Spanish, G. A. A. FSTHER XX'l'l'lil1 . . . "jatkie" enjoys writing letters. swimming, ice Xu. Vivian XX'iebking Edwin Wfilk Rita Willert Betty' Xvoodwortb Anita XX'right jean XVy'socki Frances Zidek Doris Zimmerman Irene Zubriky skating and dancing . . . would like to become a beauty' operator . likes swing music and sports clothes . . . would ration homework . . G. A. A.. Edelweiss Verein. BETTY XVOODXWORTH . . . "NX'oody" dotes on sweet music . . rations final exams . . . would make Berwyn her future home . . Dardanelles, jr. Service, G. A. A., Green Curtain, Minute Men, Stude Council, Office Secretary, jr. Girls' Choir. ANITA XVRIGHT . . . "Neem plays the piano . . . admires Navy' . . he's there . . . a future Northwestern Pre-Medics coed . . . Green Cu tain, jr. Girls' Choir, G. A. A., Latin, As XVe Like lt. Clean-l7p, Ad Swim. jEAN VUYSOCKI . . . "Healthy Look" is a future nurse . . . wh you're sick call her . . . thumbs down on catty girls . . . "Mom" ide . . . Silver Streak, jr. Service. Stein Sten-Treas., G. A. A., Math. LAXVRENCE VUYSOCKI . . . "Larry" would like to be an artist . . enjoys dancing to soft. slow music . . , prefers sports clothes others . . . considers "all" his friends are best . . . California is h dream. jUNE YOUNGBERG . . . "Butch" just wants to get married . . swimming and drawing are O. K .... Navy uniform intrigues her . . ideal person is her "Mom" . . . likes semi-classical and sweet mus . . . Dardanelles. G. A. A. jOSEPHlNE ZACCARIA . . . "jo" talents in piano, hobbies in dan ing. and hopes to be a cadet nurse . . . loathes conceited people . . enjoys football . . . Student Council, G. A. A., Eix-lt, Dardanelle Clean-l'p, Library. CAROL ZlAjA . . . "Butch" is attracted by skating and loafing . . future Cadet Nurse . . . clothes must be loud and sporty . . . thum down on books and homework . . . admires Miss Kilburn . . . Mat G. A. A. FRANCES ZIDEK . . . Vfriting poetry' and attending Cub baseba games are "Gabby's" favorite pastimes . . . her most prized possessit is collection of Cub autographs . . . idolizes l.ennie Merullo . . . Sta Spanish, Library, Office Service. DORIS ZIMNIERMAN . . . "Dorn is a genius in math . . . likes dre designing . . . would ration stuck-up boys and girls . . . future nur of mathematician . . . jr. Girls' Choir, Math., Dardanelles, Pre-Medic Silver Streak, N. H. S. IRENE ZKBRIKY . . . "Rene" swims and ite skates . . . would ratit homework but neyer shoes . . . longs to be voice of air . . . "Gold Gate" end of her rainbow . . . tailored woman . . . G. A. A.. H' Guard. FRANCES ZXYIERZYCKI , . . Exams abhorred by "Erancie' . . . lik to saunter in the l.oop ,... -X laska is her dream . . . business executiv her goal . . . "Pop" is her ideal . . . Dardanelles. Pre-Medics. Polic G. A. A.. N. H. S. 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'Y f J' LTIVATING FRIE D HIP Frlends stand togcther 1n fa1r or stormy weather School day frlend sh1ps beg1n 1n the classes and are cemented more closely by da1ly assoclatlon w1th each other, sharmg each other s fun, bearmg one and anothers troubles, exchanglng llttle confidences, swlngmg along home w1th some jolly classmates, carrylng thelr books some txmes and lendmg a helpmg hand when the homework gets a lxttle heavy All th1s IS just another part of hlgh school llfe ww N 1. 4.--3 ,JI Qi r Hs' 4, 'P A! ,bsw "'7li 5 S -a IN., .2-.ni- 9 qui bil' -Oc C S fm 4 f " 11:4 Q 'il r ' g-3 uf .QE-'J' 4? li , R LY- I ll X . I 'Chnl A . . I .fm Pago' IIH . 71 .ii ,' . fnf rf' Z 'Al-" The Gem In The West, Sayre Branch, In Action RHI CROSS lfppu' lvflj .-It l.1bli': I. Krllun. If. Ilclniul. Piper. P. Iclcf sun. M. Mucns, M. I..zVny. Sl.mrling.' R. Foellmcr, Martyn R. Ii.1uLharaI. VI. Hhlxnrscn. ll. Snhuth, C.. Tirililli. P. Snhurcr M. Pr.1u. INTRA-Ml 'RAL HASKIETBALI. CHAMPS If wltu' lvfll S4'.1lul.' H. Paul. N. Ifricksen. U11 mlzlcs Ii. Smngcr. Sl.unliuy.' N. Hcelsrrorn. Iilhmk. -I. IY.-Xriiiui. POS'l'l'RIf f.l.I'Ii fl pp., riglvll: P. Iicrghuulfcr. Smurf. M. Btklhllhlli. M Slciilwurrg. M. Chihricl. Ii. SQIIUILIIII. M. Kcskc. M. lhrr, H c..sr1.AhLm, M. Siegel. SPANISH C.I.I'II llwllvr righlj 54411111 on Hour: B. Laughlin. M. Hansen. H Lumhurl. D. Robbins. B. Allen. j. Maloney. Srul1.frI.' -I. Milchcll D. SclI.zs. I. Krnon, j. Hahcl. R. Luedlkc. j. Vfiggin, S. Sonne man. A. Hurringmn, L. Xvillis. S1.um'ir1g.' j. Martyn. I.. Lunia CQ. Tiritilli. Mrs. Osiscki, P. Sehcrcr. il. Xxhdennieycr, j. SILINUC M. I.. Yay, N. Bizzntu. Ci. Shim. S. Glasser. Top Ruux' B. Lind quist. M. Ihrr. B. Sorensen. R. Bouchard. R. Reinhardt. ,I Maxwell. Y. Mgffunih. IP. Ciruhcr. F. B.l!'lCISl"l1EICl', ul. Kalumiris M. Slcnhcrg. STAMP AND BOND l.l.l'Ii lliollfnu riglvll .-Il Idlzlcs If. Rinc. R. Buunlmrd. I. Krzmn -I. Iirxsin. Il. ScIl.1s. Cr. Shim, lhmlwlwuk. Slmnlirzgx I.. I.uLi.1 Ii. Sfhhcfcr. Y. AILl.llIl1I1, ID. Ihshhncr, Y. NL-lsun, M. Hill. XY Lck-ry. II. XX'I1ilr.'. M. Slcnlvcrg. R. XY'usII.ll1LI. 5 x m WXX I 7 4 ' MMM: , . ,, . ,,i,,Q,, V4.f?'fIf-'7"'5 1 'Wyuuwp '3'Jw..fwf14fEw1?vikidf,Qi'52'Hl" ""' f QQXXXXXXW , dn . .N flfu-P ' , . X - , , -s,.g.... pl' Q ,', wlpvafifi fe'-., V N" Awmvmtun mv. W? Pagl' 90 II IIE H IIE 1o1 102 Rau- I. XY. XxIL'II'IL'I"I. II. KI1ris1cnwr1. R, IIAlI1IiL'I'I. If. Nm.1n'k. XY. Rau 1: NI. CI1rix1r11.m. I. Nlmnru. II. Piuinni, if. Ci11rIw.1rsI4i Kr11I1n. Rau' I: II. I3cSI11InIl. CI. Iiucr. II. jnlwx. Ii. Ilcsx. R. ID. Iiurnx. Ix I7iY.1Iuri.1, Rau' 25 VI. 1.1.-r111i3.1Ii.1, K. Hunk. A M-1Img:fL'r1. II. XYIIIQ. Rau' If R. Ifcdm, .I. Olsen. I. Nlcrnur. R. I'I.1mr. -I. I,L'lL'I'N11l1, ID. RlNIL'XK.lj,LCII, P, NI.uI.11. Rau if ID. Cmsr Larkin. K. -IL'HNL'fl. R. Krull. Rau' 4: UI. Ixurwn. I.. Ixcrwn. K. A. I.11mI1cr1. Y. Hum. If. 5N.lNl"I.l, Ii. Risxuld. I. KIL'IlI1.lf. Rau Iicycr, Uliwln, R, I,.lII1lCI', A. I.L-i11mIL-dwr. Rau Y' I7. I'II.1ir. 45 VI. PcIIiUun11i. -I. P.uIcr. IJ. K.1lji.111. R. irlumuki. I.. MuI'm IJ. XXIIYQITUYI. XY. Strain-ssI1.'. I.. ffrulwr. Mr. Siegel, I.1k. A. Irv.-swlr, Rau 5: R. Iicswrcr, I.. Sum. S. Iicrmir. ,I Iilnw. Y. Ii.1111i11. R. Sump, K.. XY1111Is.-1. Rau- I.: R. AnnIcrs1111 N, Iluymm. II. K.uI1urIs. Mr. N11x.1I-1. 104 103 RM. J, xx. fmmil. 1. x.-11111. s. IJL'l'IN.lI'1I.lI'I. Rm, In N, 1111 nI1.1lxIxi. P. Turns. Ii. Muullcr. II. SJIIFINAIH. Rau I: If, Kulinski Run I. T. Piltrv. I1.Sh.1bL1. I5. Pi1.r.c. .L I'ir.1uIxc,C1. Ifiahiur, I, Kjcldwn. IJ. Pinn. NI. fiulinu. P Cmrdinvr. Rau 4: Y Rau' J: F. Triunful, fNI.1jcski. I., C1rc111pke. I: Ballinger. IJ. SII"LlQ.1.lI.!. R. NI.1rin11. ID. XX'111mIs. R, Iimycr, N. II.lI'UlLlII, .I Riliw. Rau I: I.. Buuwvu. Il. Iivycr. NI. R.1Y'Igt1, Cf. i1.1Ii11n. Y. IJINICXKILI. MIM P.1pcr1I1r-wk. Rau' 3: II, I1.IlI"I.lIINIxI, Y. Iiul Iijurk. P. Anderson. Rau -In A. II.1rzukie1xiu, R. Springer. mxtur. IP. SI1.lFI.lI'!LlPl. R. .I.IXNUI'llNNIiI. R. XX'iIIi.u11N. CI. Rubcru R. Nygrcn. II. XX'icnun'kL'. It Iickcrr. -I. NILIIIILI. I7. Kixh. Rau' 5: Rau ff. S. Cunrnd. N. Ilcnriksun, K. RIAII. R. KuhIm.mn. ,I 5. Slfiiuv. P. I7.1rIWysI1irc. K.. Harrwigg. I.. UI1I.1mIcr. A. Ik-ss.1. I'f.1I'fcmIurt. N. BUICIHI, Rau --' If. f.1lLIf'IU. UI. NIIYQ. You Il. Ruhnidck. I7, Cuclxn. Misx IILICIIILIIIII. U. IVRIXKLIYKIN. XY. Krirlmx. 105 Rau' I.' G. Urban, M. Arendt, S. Gelilert. Rau' 2: B. Fhel, D. Pomarin, R. Anderson, G. Gruhla, C. XVitt. Rau' 3.' R. Doms, C. Beyer, T. Johnson, L. Johnson, F. Stueder. P. Anderson. Rau' 4: M. Bressan, N. Hjaltelin, S. Travers, F. Heineman, R. Klein, D. Plitt. Rau' 5: G. Teifung, G. Kezias, M. Hilger, B. Ciula, R. Sczcrpanik. M. Kulczyk, D. Shuldes. Rau' 6: Miss Andrews, J. Rormmelr, R. Geis. 'IO7 Rou' I.' XV. Van Tuyle, C. Powell, XV. Cyplick, H. Johnson. Rau' Z: D. Hildebrand, J. Anderson, A. Iverson, R. Roll, R. Fck. Rau' 3.' G. Jensen, XV. Fvers, R. Regner, F. Bono, R. Godlewski. K. Ahlsledt. Rou' 4: F. Fortman. M. Bilka. L. Kwasinski, B. Veskauf, F. Cookson, M. Lewandowski. Rau' 5: S. Neubauer, J. Brenrano, C. Matusiak, P. Kleven, H. Sosine, T. Vrona. Rau' 6: A. Szabelski, Miss Sravers, G. Scholz, E. Reedstrom, J. Morris. FRE HME 106 Rau' I.' J. Catalan, S. Permanian, R. Brand, N. Hempel, G. Hoognn. Rau' 2: D. Dahl. R. Zcikert, D. Gullickson, K. Paul. R. Kandler. Rau' 3.' C. Marzen, F. Snyder, R. Rode, F. Voeks. G. Coolin. Rau' 4: A. Nelson, R. Kures, C. Ryback, J. Petri, R. Gincola. Rau' 5: J. Tamburino. C. Calwas, I.. Tellschow, R. Johnson, R. Todaro. Slunding: NY. Johns, L. Falkner, J. Mueller. J. Connery. D. Synwolt, R. Ripperr, E. Reich, C. Papinski, R. Xwolfram, Miss Roy. 'I08 Rau' I: J. Neidhardt, J. Ruoti, Y. Finnemore. Rau' 2: R. Peter- son, N. Vi"ilkozch, H. Mayer. F. w7UfSl, R. Lauer. Rau' 3.' A. Gord, J. Anderson, D. Polempa. M. Coppola. R. Jones, l. Musyl. Rou' 4: XV. Dassow, V. Rizzo, B. Skinder, J. Bochte. L. Von Oppen, R. Jung. Rau- 3.' J. Frickson, C. Chiappetta, M. John- son. F. Smuda, R. Tyrolr, A. Riehack. Rau' 6: T. Klinger, R. Casati, L. Newmann, T. Pillsbury. Page' 9 I 109 Rau' l.' R. Anderson. C.. f.nrr.ulu, Y. Riuu. R, 'I'crr.uin,1, IJ Mguukclli. Rau Zn R. Iiclmnk. Iiron1slc.1al. Ii. Hcnscl. Cf. Yun Schucdlcr, R. -Icnnings. Rau if Ii. Mnffcc, R. Dlnrpcldml. In Kmmgllcvxslm. I5. KIuLk. Ifricdc. Rau' 4: M. Lurtcf, Ris- pantu, D. S.1nmg.1mssi. M. T.1l1r.1hn1. Il. Swanson. Rau' 5: E. Priest. A. Zalcski. If. Nicdemuyer. H. Sleuk. R. XYilIiams. Rau 6: N. Iiliassun. G. Grimes. H. Luwrenus. R. Ilinnnicki. R. Ziclin- ski. Rau' '.' K. Ryg, lxliss jgncuhek. 111 Rau' lx D. Hindcrcr. D. Daly. M. Curtis. R. Rasmussen. Ii. Zyburu. Rau' 2: R. Mclguglrrl. I.. Scholls, Mackintosh, Bonclli. -I' Grimm. Rau' if Cf. Schuuncr, M. Smdcr. H. Schrupe. M. Iflutchcr. Mnlkicwicz. If. Zurck. Rau' 4: R, Kurabik, A. Teich, N, Rallnck, N. Ilzicdlic. R. Zicglcr, XY. Saunders. NIIss Lullupy. FRE HIIEN 110 Rau I: M. Amlrisnu. R. Vlnhnson. ID. Tglnsur. Rau 2: O. Ifs- pnslm. I.. Iialcnskx, I'. H1Icrs. Cy. Clundersun. N. Cusm. Rau 5. S. Saulfrnnk. M. Parsons, I.. Zeller. K.. XXX1ltcr. S. Spuusm. Rau 4.' P. Cfrialcr. I.. Adams. A. jahnkc. I.. Hillstrnm. A. Bruggu- mgmn. Rau' 3: Cn. Patterson. Paaiulla. IJ. Kruse. I., Bylnff, R Zawiski. Rau' 6: j. Ludmann. C. McCarthy. T. Steele. j. Ifcr- rurini. R. Schildt. Rau' 'x P. Morrison, B. Meudcrnfr. N. Neil- son. Mr, Miller. 112 Rau' 1: Ii. Iiurniur. M. Iidcnhufur, H. Kntllwuk. I. Icus. M Izttcruind. Rau' Z: j. DiPunu. I.. Mariasek. IJ. Srlmnelwmn j. Dautcl. I.. Frzmkenherg. Rau' 3: S. Spitzrmk. Frisk. R Miller, Nyhus, 'l. I.osacco. Rau' 4: H. Binrncsen, K.. Kasprzyk If. Tauchur, D. Sprigings. R. Schenk. Rau' 5: P. Slifk.n. I. Zwicr: lynn. If. Zuhritsky, I.. Znlcnt, ID. Hofhaum. Rau' 6: ID. Knkuris C.. XXVLIFIICICC, C. Meyer. I'. Hirz. Rau' '.' F. Moeller, R, Thnnmpi sun. R. Rnvcnfclal. FRE HME 'l'I3 Rau' I: D. MacDonald, J. Deliiori. L. Blackowske, A. Thiede D. Newlon. Rau' 2: D. Lo Sasso, D. Nielson. A. Miller. R McLein, N. XVassick. Rau' 3: A. Prechodnec, XY. Adams. Ii Baldassin. I. Kelle, M. Tavitian. Rau' 4: B. Brodie, B. Holla- haugh. M. Off, C. Bruggeman, R. XX'roblewski. I 15 Rau' I: F. Bonnglio. F. Funk. R. Olszcvsski, M. Frisendahl XY. Fisher. Rau' 2: R. Zywicki, E. Czerechovnicz, L. Suhrhier. A. Remus, R. Hallinan. Rau' 3.' j. Stevenson, C. Siers. D. Shih ley. nl. Novak, j. Kowalczyk. Rau' 4: E. Schmidt, XY. Ode-an, D Templeman, M. Hedges, j. Kelchmark. Rau' 5: R. Trenholm B. Horgan, N. Lueih, I. Moeller. j. Szarek. Rau' 6: D. Buch weiuz. D. Schmidt. I 14 l"aregralu11l.' B. Christopher, Rau' I: M. Kostucl-c. L. Pomarin A. Sadowski. J. Holmgren. Rau' Z: I-I. Hacker. B. Case, j. Lud- mann, j. Thoss, K. Ahlstedr, M. Hepner. Rau' 3: D. Mittricker M. Fiksdal, S. Ziemer, R. Magnuson, D. Weld, M. Barrel Rau' 4: I.. Olsen, L. Keller, L. Schilling, D. hlussay, C. Biel Ii. Remke. Rau' 5: R. Nowak. C. Bohn. B. Stathen, N. Blair j. Garry, Ii. Stieh. Rau' 6: S. French, R. Miller. Mrs. Fausel F. Norling, IJ. Taylor. I I6 Rau' 1: A. Beckman, XV. Marzec. J. Gilberto. Rau' 2: Ii. Mar celleli. D. Remhecki. L. Hankc. V. Vfengler, D. Sloan. Rau' 3, P. Mogge, L. Chapman, R. Paulsen. A. Huffnus. M. Stevenson. Rau' 4: A. Pasrori. R. Palmer, XXI Coleman. P. O'Neil. j. XY'iel gus. Miss Drago. Page' 93 Page 9 I 117 Rau' I: R. Gallagher, R. Schwartz, IJ. Donald. M. Mercurio Rau' 2x II. Sohieszczyk. M. Roms, Crunlele, Gerhard. F iIIl'3ll'llCI'. Rau' 3: If. Burrick. N. Kelly, S. Spielman. M. Hunt, I.. Smith. R. Iirontmk. Rau' 4: M. johnson. II. Peters. Ii. Benson IJ. Hansen. Ii. Ogager, M. Klasello. Rau' if S. Newman. A Iloglund. Cf. Slankievsicz. M. Smith. A. Schroeder. G. Cioetl, Rau' 6: XY. I,lIIl, Miss Haley. R. Van Vooren. R, Pascus. 152 Rau' I: johnson. li. Shelesny, M. While. M. Muscare. G Dryzniala. Rau' 2: I.. Youngren. A. Reinsnh. D. Sxxierczynski G. Brady, I.. Phillips. Rau' 3: C. Osherg. B. I.enski. IJ. Hoy. P Neder, R. Donovan. A. Moore. Rau' 4: Miss Cahill. I.. Camp hell. H. Burmeisler. F. Ilargo. A. I.a Paglia, Fink. Rau' 3, A. Vleik. R. Sengcr, T. Smith. j. Ciiannini, I.. Basuian. Rau' 6. I., Marker. j. I'nruh, C. Maager. I.. Christiansen. G. Modica. B. Vfendt. Ci. Sxeffan. FRESH E 151 Rau' I: R. Ruhlin, N. Fucciolo, D. Angerhofer, R. Neder, H Heidorn. Rau' 2: R. Miller. I.. Dopkc, S. Holmes. T. Mclin R. Ewerling. Rau' 3: F. Ohnmn. D. I.eschman, XY. Pfaunkufhe Rau' 4: R. Cunnill, S. Banach, II. Riuo. Ii. Rogers. XY. Thorsen D. Sadowski, Mr. Iichelharger. 153 l"ar4gramm',' BI. johnson. Rau' I: I5. Schleehauf. Bjornestead Rau' 2: D. Talaga, A. Shanske. D, Parsons. M. Pagliai. C. Nel son. Rau' 3: IJ. Hansen, N. Klein. I.. Mahler. A. XY'iegand. ID Ifunk. Rau' 4: M. Lau renzano. Richards. B. Bauer, H. Glalz N. Salam. Rau' 5: S. Dreker. B. Vihitney, Il. Glans, j. Valen cino, G. Gisselhrcchl. Rau' 6: -I. XX'allman, H. Stenzel. R. Nilsen rl. Diduch, R. Oller. G. Zimmerman. Mr. Svueig. FRE HME 154 Rau' I.' F. Pearson, D. Marinelli, K. Michels. M. Cirammurosu j. Razgartis, A. Modrzejewski. Rau' 2: A. Cannata. R. Valvo R. Ringlund, M. Boettther, R. Antonelli. Rau' 3.' CQ. Ojcstland L. Strybel, XXI Hansen, F. Sarastano. L. Parlor. Rau' 4: l. Spooner, N. Tarpinian. R. Paule. l.. Kawalec, F. Vfilliams. Rau' 3: V. Furlan, R. Pittelkow. R. Sthvsenn. B. Koenig. l. XVanders, E. Stocco. Rau' 6: H. Latin. C. Laurint. j. Grande, j. Filipouski. Mr. Kenny, F, Fulhorst. li. Taylor, B. Azzaro 156 Rau' 1.' V. Becker, M. Verha, j. XX'eir. R. Proskin. Rau' Z: Ci Gross. j. Scardina, C. Crepas, V. Hellstrom. M. Richter. Rau' 3: K. jeblian. A. Ruschl-te, L. Penn. M. Langer, D. Sladek, A XVolkey. Rau'-1: E. Cambensky, A. Lippi, F. Galinas. B. Schaffer R. Niemiec. Rau' 5: Miss Gruener. S. Schultz. D. Thiel. D Larsen, G. Nicholson, D. Regman. Rau' 6: C. Palumbo, P. Mac llowell, L. Nicholson, B. johnson. XV. Morris. 155 Rau' l.' R. Permzxnian, L. Ciacke. R. Mullin, M. Mazzucchelli D. Shrader. Rau' Z: R. Veit, rl. Ciodee, j. Leiher, IE. Scarpelli Ci. Durinski. Rau' 3.' M. Rozanski. A. Momecalvo. L. Hataj, L Prodoehl, L. Sundberg. Rau' 4: A. Colavincenzo, R. Aromi, A Bachmann, ll. Carpino. Rau' 3: V. Ciriseto, V. Bartolone, il Blendow. L. Boyajian, B. Korzep, V. Paulsen. Rau' 6: S. Stra maglia. M. Valin, XX". Ritchey, j. Tessaro, R. Mulch, R. Stuniec Cr. Vieaver, F. Longlo, A. Polan. IJ. Thode. CQ. Schlntlvneiler, R Robertson. Rau' '.' N. Rosasco, D. Singleton. 157 Rau' I: S. Litrenta, L. Nero. H. Ciuth. N. Montori. P. Scardina Rau' 2: T. Garber, E. Peterson, O. Smith. E. Sloan. E. Hack meister. Rau' 3.' XV. Briney, R. Darre. M. Vfeismantel, D Kusinski, A. Hollatz, D. Cimo. M. Campesi, Ci. Falzone. Rau' 4. R. Beckman, R. Schlueter. M. Sounhein, L. Oftedahl, G. Swan son, l. Bona, R. Koepke. Rau' 3: j. XX'urster. B. MLAvoy, M Basso. L. Prozanski, j. Studhalter. Rau' 6: Mr. Lakin, M. Kirch ner. L. Thomason, E. Stromberg. ' wwMMfv,W , 44 , M , W' G , A 7 V 3' - , ,.,, , , I' 'wvufuyusha ' I ' qyyk I W if My A, 4 4, Z 3 'i I ,X 4 A . ' -Y' U " ., . ' At. I -tv-" . Q ,V ,fx x ' vw: , A 1 4 Ag S , ,xx 1 M ff ff x ... ,F Q X' 'Shi I j X ff fy 1 ' i 4 . 1 . g " --. .1-.nn.s.. ....... fl.-nano . 1 3- "" ' A ' ' Aw gggx, I Ugg L fl A M . . , ., Ur' 2 ' x27 rg ' , M A Q 0 I .. 41-au. ........A... gk aA,,..a5..Qa4- W 5 AM M, J' 'L """" ' Au -1 - 4 L mfr.. 9m A . f "M" "' ."' - 4... OPHOMORE 201 Rau' 1: C. Addalia. A. Aland. J. Blumer. F. Hanson. G. Criscu- olo. Rau' Z: B. Arthur. D. Bartosch, F. Bienias. J. Doumanian G. Freeman. Rau' 3: F. Gualano. T. Bahikian. R. Okulski, R Facenda. Rau' 4: J. Bailey. V. Bevan. D. Anderson. L. Mason R. Dorweiler. Rau' 5: H. Bowen. Chriestie. R. Scurto. A. Stat: hon. Rau' 6: Mr. Nalecz, J. Flynn. J. Brandel. G. Serio, J Eckart. 203 Rau' I.' D. Bollman. Rau' 2: C. Stretch. R. Ciringione. Rau' 3, M. McGrath. M. De Night. IJ. Knudsen. M. Johnson. C. Anton son. Rau' 4: A. Barkman. L. Siemion. S. Gatterdam, P. Lucas. F. Veremis. Rau' 5: F. Muszynski. F. Swanson. G. XX'eiss, W' Navigato, R. Pikuar. Rau' 6: J. Hillig, A. Barcal, D. Backstrom R. Glasser. R. Szwajkzirt. Rau' 7: G. Mueller, R. Herhert. R. Calahrese. R. Starck, R. Conklin. Rau' H: H. XX'ing. R. Caflisch, D. Rogers. F. Richa, l. Klekamp, XV. Fricsen. K. Simonson, XV. Petersen. Q 202 Rau' 1.' G. Siewert. J. Hupert. IJ. Ehlend. Row 2: L. Phillips. L. Harrison. K. Gartner, R. Mastroni. G. Jernegan. Rau' 3: C. Gianforte, T. Marxer. L. Boettcher. F. Anderson. B. Anderson. Rau' 4: L. Katke. I. Byars. M. Heyden. C. Dedau, L. Anderson. L. Johnson. Rau' 5: J. Peterson. H. Schillmoeller. J. Barnas, F. Musnicke. D. Swan, H. Baglian. A. Arrigo. Rau' 6: Mr. Hackett. R. Colantonio, J. Goergen. R. Vfolfert, G. Hahn, R. Banks. H. Kluch. M. Vfegrzyn. 204 Rau' l.' XV. Barker, R. Skiba. F. Diakaki, W. Bartel. L. Wcxsik. B. Hurd. Rau' 2: P. Sztuk. J. Muzik. M. Pilch. V. Goergen. Miss Salinger. Rau' 3: M. Genova, F. Baldi, C. XViherg. F. Vertone. C. Lauer. Rau' 4: R. Froehhrotlt, J. Mason, F. Covganka, M. Hanley. M. Kopfer. Rau' 5: F. Thyfault, L. Conn, M. Johnson. T. Greco. R. Campo. Rau' 6: D. Lester. I.. Nelson, F. Arneson. H. Hansen. F. McCarthy. Rau' ".' J. Herdegen. C. Poteracki, D. Nolte, Romano, F. Fiori. 205 Rau' I: XV. Harker. lf. Roehe. G. Dohner. V. Conoscenti. M Broeski. Rau' 2: M. Marcello. D. XYisowaty, P. Michelson. A Bausqhke, M. lfrnusr. Ryu' if H. Rohecli. Booth, Persino, A Seholle. Rau- 4: ll. Leitgeh. XY. jaeohsen. Miss Greene. H Vinie. A. Malanlq. 207 Rau' I: G. Krell. j. Broseghini. T. Bosek. A. Kalenian. J. Mohr- hacker. Rau' Z: j. Bowman, G. joseph, V. Cronch. P. Palau. J Counihan. Rau' 5: lf. Gleiwicz. C. Zalworowski, R. Thompson H. Gust, S. Hartig, M. Michele. Rau' -I: D. Clouslon. ll. Sikac S. Fiducci. L. litlinger. C. Chapman, R. Nolan, R. Srhultz. Raui 5: M. Ottaviano. G. Moen. M. Kirkehy, R. Reinel, G. Carlson G. Taylor. A. jahlonski. Rau' 6: Miss Kilgour, G. Becksted, j jarva. j. Hansen, XY. Tanner. H. Stair. j. Nero. s 0PH0ll0llE' 206 Rau' I: R. lirodersen. li. Cox. I.. liorchell. R. Caruso, ll, Vfielie. Rau' 2: G. -Iaeohson. XY. Lenz. XY. Haylian. A. jasinslci. l.. Sehroer. Rau- 3: l.. Krenl. B. Ramagnano, j. Olsen. D. Korn. j. Miller. Rau' 4: Mrs. Brennock. R. Calenauo, A. Gallo. M. Huff. R. Gioxanneui. Raul if j, Slmsi. N. Mitchell. A. Carlsen. -I. Neal. D. Heekl. 208 Rau' lx j. Cfhilson. M. Spinelli, D. Greene, j. Hyatt, D. Henning. K. lidelin. Rau' Z: E. Gonska, If. Kapusla. G. Klima. ll. Werner, R. Kroit. Rau' 3: R. Kallas. I.. Hartmann. li. Kanneherg, M. Temple. S. Lorkiewicz. G. Bull. Rau' 4: V. Trela. lf. Vallier, H. Mertes, N. johnson, M. Rekne. D. Saar. Rau' 5: R. Smetters, R. Lojewski, M. Norris, R. Burke, Zimny. R. Voida, Miss Lysaught, 2' J if N' X in ,J Alf? D.. ' 4 0PHOMORE 209 Rau' I: B. Field, V. johnson, I.. Oldham, A. Christensen. F Nowak, C. McDuf'f, H. Graff. M. Maniscalco. Rau' 2: XX' Brehme, B. Egner, L. Colletti. H. Karlovitz, j. Malatia, ID Revere, C. Tibetts. Rau' 3: XV. Stoltz. R. Schune, C. Rendn, N XValsh, R. W'eik, B. Varouxakis. Rau' 4: R. Rasmussen, T. Schulze, H. Carlstedt, I.. Chatroop, F. Hcmpel, V. Andcraon. Sl.mdiug.' M. Zinner, F. Kelly, E. Fennesy, I.. Pearson. G. Krum, Mr. Thompson, O. Olchowy, C. Berger, B. jahnkc, P. Sicuro. 211 Rau' I: F. Bugno, B. Palazzo, K. Steel, P. jescke, I. Marino Rau' 2: It. Stancich, M. Zanini, I.. Hindercr, M. Garhark. F Fyden. Rau' 3: N. Seblom, V. Karnuth, M. Beaudoin, C. Ivins, D. Lavvdenski, M. Halan. Rau' 4: T. Flanagen, H. Ciaato, I.. Yurl-cowski, R. Czarny, C. Bier, Misa Clausing. Rau' 5: j. Yfin ters, XV. Magnuson, H. Zuhl, F. Gacki, A. Hochstadter, F. Ken nedy, R. Olson. Rau' 6: M. Zizzo, C. Rizzo, F. Scarpclli, R. Hil dchrant. 210 Rau' I: B. Reuhs, G. XX'est, L. Bruhn, C. Di Leonardi, P. XVie- land. Rau' 2: A. Termini, j. Bernreuter, G. Tidstrand, IJ. Riha- chuck, D. Chutka. Rau' 3: L. Frankenberger, S. Peters, B. Volant, F. johnson, H. Sanichas. Rau' 4: D. Finch, XV. Schuster, K. Bigoness, ID. Keene, R. Nolte. Rau' 5: F. Falena, j. Krus, R. Klawitter, I. jasinski. 212 Rau' 1.' I.. Mucci, H. Fck. A. Shaw, A. Deja. M. Kvorka. Rau' Z: A. Fsayano, j. Perry, E. Clarke, Cn. Grempke, R. Pofelski. Rou' 3: G. Hansen, M. Grego, M. Trantcr, G. Potempa, V. Schmidt F. Petronski. Rau' 4: Miss Sallo, H. Paule, R. Blackburn, XY' Vander-Hayden, T. Zumpano, D. Pagluighi. Rau' 5: L. Kurpias D. Senf, I. Ka-ywauka, E. Schaefer, N. Sachrison. J. jnhanson Rau' 6: I. Daminato, R. Bassara, W. Penning, D. Lundell, R Schuetz, M. Stolarazyl-Q. Pagr 99 Page I 00 213 Rau' l.' M. Baglian, C. Schaefer, M. Serio, I.. Slrauh, M. Augo- zino. Rau' 2: D. Barn, R. Yousko, G. Meier, C. Hamm, B. Kirrh ner. Rau' 3: R. Polidori, R. Mardegan, D. De Rosier, B. Perry S. Stramaglia. Rau' 4: F. johnson, C. Schwenn, R. Bailey, F Bochre, T. Laisy. Rau' 5.' I.. Druss, R. Stustny, R. Young, F Sorenson, C. Puskarz, j. Hochhaum, Miss O'Connor. 216 -. Rau' I: A. Yarema. A. Brand, I.. I.eaviu, P. Knippen, B. Deger. Rau' 2: M. Kopp, R. Welle, A. Serhecki. F. Mucha. Rnimondi Rau' 3: P. Vfeher, F. Wesley, R. lleger, Charles, A. Balzano Miss Riedmiller. Rau' 4: D. Balinslii, I.. Schultz. R. XX'orkman H. Frye, A. Burrell, j. V4'andalI. Rau' 5.' D. Aller, C. Nuccio il. Smarzewski, R. Murphy, Scheck, Whndall. T. Xihlsh. OPHOMORE 215 Rau' I: P. Zapalka, R. Chesney. j. Mc Bride, C. Polls, R. I.iszv.'o Rau' 2: G. Anderson, IJ. Hndeler. F. Kocol, I.. Hufrle, N. Schel mer. Rau' 3: G. Brusenhach. S. Fiedorizyk, XV. Smilh, H. XX'est F. Ganassin. Rau' 4.' j. Cucka, Ci. Kledzik, R. Perzan, H. Fnges ser, D. Frne, S. johnson. Rau' 5.' Kamprowski, F. Smith, D Schellenherger, R. Niles, IJ. Geiger, F. Schneider, C. Surlen. 218 Rau' I: I.. Charles, M. Fisher, D. Derx. M. Klein. Rau' 2: F johnson, Ci. XX'hite, A. Karlowicz, H. Spircoff, A. Slrilrel. Rau 3: M. Flynn, Y. Gagnon. A. Panczak, N. XX'ilson, F. Karkowski Rau' 4: WI Schubert, F. Olson, R. Spitzer, S. HUllgFCO, If Trumhull. Miss Pavslan. 'IDPHOMORE 252 Rau' I.' L. Griner, Scalzetti, J. Lieggi. Rau' 2: M. Mielke. F. Mc Mahon, L, Thor, M. Kouletsis, D. Olliger. Rau' 3: C. Nasti, A. Maag, E. Heidenreich, N. Ambrosine, P. Stefan, XY' Tremper. Rau' 4: V. Prestler, E. Ewert, j. Zinkel, W. Beecroft, P. Fahy. R. Hanneman. Rau' 5: P. Nordheden, R. Kroll, P. De Grado, R. Mueller, R. Roto, j. Malherek. Slanding: M Parks, Miss LvlZIg. 254 Rau' I.' j. Seldon. Rau' 2: M. jahnke, D. Minerva, D. Korzep, j. Klassen, V. Petretti. Rau' 3: F. Hanko, L. Strai, M. Cregier, R Mitchel, I. Favia, G. Martinus, I. Prouty. Rau' 4: F. Olsen L. Sharek, Ii, Gautcher, C. Handsel, D. Ilelnik, J. Farwell, -I Lawcewicz. Rau' 5: Ci. Nelson, M. Petersen, R. Jenks, G. Mosby A. Brezinski, XV. Thielman. Rau' 6.' Mrs. Compton. L. Stamper. Q w 253 Rau' I.' B. Penn. Rau' 2.' D. Kocurek, R. Troesken, E. Schneider D. Remke, A. jerflta. Rau' 3: R. Tune, A. Hasselman, B. Hart wig, C. Picciuca, D. Betten, S. Prim. Rau' 4: V. Fagsley, F Larson, G. Heidtke, D. Stennfeld, M. Maka, A. Nelson. Rau' 5. M. Finlayson, R. Rosenfeld, A. Grote, F. Converse, L. Lundgren R. Schwandt. Rau' 6.' L. Broman, D. Schaffer, R. Vhfilk, D Kumro, D. Mikolajczyk, D. Braid, Mrs. Calverley. 255 Rau' I.' D. Schutz. Rau' Z: T. Schmidt, M. Ottenbacher, B Newhaus, C. Anderson, B. Mitchell. Rau' 3: R. Seahorg, B Bresnahan, R. Vernon, G. Addalia, B. Gersten. M. Schroeder S. Snell. Rau' -I.' M. Quilico, F. Mc Murray, Mrs. Zwicky, V Diserio, T. W'olz, M. Boock. D. Frankenherg. Rau' 5: XX' XX'ahI, M. Gaus, M. Behnke, F. Seefeldt, R. XX'right, G. Ols zowka, B. Novak, Harlin. Rau' 6: A. Hagstrom, H. Kulisch F. Roseman, L. Sundquist. Paga' I 02 256 Rau' I.' A. Brylas, j. Kachigian, C. Pinelli. C. Arcuri. B. Christ cnsen. Rau' 2: V. Furhman. I.. I.cnarczak. li. Dohis. A. Moersch R. Le Blanc. Rau' 3: M. Mclka. ID. Higgins. C. Tavitian, S. Knekow, M. Hclgrcn. Rau' 4: D. Hake. C. Stern. XV. jcdlick. G. Fitk, I.. janda. Rau' 5: Schulz. R. Lichcr, C. Nickolson, G jankowski, XY. W'ipfIer. Rau' 6: R. Xyilliams, I.. Middono. A Launhardt. I.. NX'ronkc. 258 Rau- 1: H. Pcrninnian. ID. Uhm.m. I.. iirahum. Rau' J: IJ. Kolur B. Masta-rson. Colavincenzo. Fontana. Rau' 3: I.. Taylor M, Rincllo. E. johnson. Ci. Papp, j. Ruindl. Y. Vioodwttrd. Rau 4: D. Maehr, R. Biowski, Ci. Rumcntrcs. Tsouchlos. C. Spataro Rou' 5: K. Schultz. R. Sanders, 0. Santilli. B. Norris, R. Ziemer C. Smith. R. Murzynski, G. Swegles, XY, Behr. Sl.:n1ling.' .I Ferrara. R. Friel. Bliss Engelstcin. 0PHOMORE 257 Rau' I: -I. Taylor, P. Ilonicnico. M. Ruhino. Rau' 2: Antler son, I.. XX'ilIiz1ms, H. Lind. G. Arosen, V. Ahlgrim. Rau' 3: -I Knoff, E. Morong, XY. Pearson, D. Funk, Bohzin. Rou' 4. S. jenscn, D. Korso. j. Halloran. A. Mcnutti. D. Schoefcrnackcr A. Giorgi. Rau' is B. Rchschcr. P. Konefki. E. Cumming. ID Bartsch. XY. Peterson, St.m.flir1g.' C. Mohrmnn. U. Holmhcrg. 259 Rau' 1: I.. Stafford. Rau' 2: H. Reid. B. Hoffman, Cf. Hansen Rau' 3: C. Hcnrich, R. Iicllio. A. Bzirtnlonc. C. Haut. IJ. Riel Rau' 4: F. Scruda. Pontonc. S. Rautenherg, Owen. H. Palo ian. Rau' 5: C. Logan. j. jorpcland. C. Keyes, XV. Hemmelgam R. johnson. Rau' 6: R. Birnbaum. XY. Martens, D. Horst, R Corrado, A. Corrado. R, Fichsteztdt. Mr. Chidester. ff n W,.,,1, is x New N fxxmev ' , 4 , if fi " QA f, .W , ,Migjg in., ff X , 1 vi , M , - mi: 3 ' 22 U I' Qi Q .lf if , ,nw , L, 'iw , Q., W f ww . JZ ,, , , -aB'-'4'w" Qi?" 3 3. Emil .LZ , ,., AH 4, " ' LSL! ' ' 1 - if .mfgsfh in . -hkrv ,n mlli -Q -1-142141 ,. Q .cf iff it . xy Y2ii":f . ' Q W nxq. 3 'U-f'.fAZ, ' ,V r 1 ,W f + . 'W 30'I Rau' I: j. Pinnu. A. Vieisgcrher, M. Dana, S. Ciara. Rau' Z: V. Garrow. C. Di Cicco. j. Fkherg, DI. Lewis. Ci. Anderson. Rau 3: O. Christensen, V. Meteja. D. Renaudo. L. Mroz. Rau' 4: C Painter, S. Nielsen. N. Bruser. D. Rizoni. Rau' 5: Fagan, R. Giganti, D. Abramson. li. lverson, j. Smith. Rau' 6: R. Larsen, L. Galuska. Ci. Deering. D. Kroger. Rau' 5: Mrs. Beach, A Gowdy, H. King. L. Skicewicz. Rau' H: K. Hefner, -I. Smith. 303 Rau' I: H. Magacl. A. Larsen. R. Mycllil. li. johnson, L. Bailey C. Thom. Rau' Z: C. Nielson. j. Rezah. D. Biskner, L. Evert, j Castronovo, D. Lilju. Rau' 3: T. Gorclan. R. Di Tardi, B. Gross N. Alfred, E. Huhner. D. Smith. Rau' 4: P. Mastandrca. K Schonehoom. T. Skiha, R. Holm. j. Arnoldi, C. Majcwski. Rau' 5: Miss Ornstein, C. Berger. B. Ozminzi. R. Cump, T. lflcsor, R Goulden. JU IOR 302 Rau' I: M. Engels. M. jeschke. B. Miller. j. Ciringer, Holz- kamp. Rau' 2: M. Provenzano. M. Santangelo, B. Leschmann, L Pisanko. A. Ciaydula. Rau' 3: M. lidvsards. D. Schcuur, V. Tracy: XV. Bcniali, M. Dill. Rau' 4: D. Alhrccht. Arruhito, N. Erick- son, M. Shumicki. H. Frankowski. Rau' 5: j. Franklin, A, Bitter- man, A. Ring. F. Mazza. V. Oliveto. Rau- fu: R. Ciorajewski, B Crane. M. Nicolosi. R. Stohhe. A. Chiaruttini, H. Bochnik. Rau '.' j. Clousron. R. Shulcles. F. Skehan. R. Ciilke, H. Hamm, XX". Knight. 304 Rau' I: M. X'i'iu. M. Sturm, M. Viitt. l. Ranyak, M. Lippi. Rau 2: M. Kruhn. j. Benson, B. Christopher. L. Tichy. R. Frcdrickson tl r Rau' 3: V. Lin e . P. Bramen, M, Pecha, M. Sluzinski. S. Norris. Rau' 4: R. Meyer. S. Alexander, XY. Voight, R. Vogel. D. Bucci. Rau' 5: Young, H. Nelscn. L. Oehme. B. Rudolph, M. Schuh- hc. V. Muilwnco. Rau' 6: F. lwuslczuk, C. Ciuthcrlct. XV. Som- mcrs, j. Priest. JU IOR 305 Rou' I: R. Alberti, M. Frankenberg, Q. Moscinski, D. Tauber j. Ogorzalek. Rou' 2: S. Marsh, A. Clman, L. Stuhlfauth, A Hummel, B. Bartolucci. Row 3: R. Livermore, R. Baffa, D Loucks, R. Bielawa, Saley, D. Barscz. Rau' 4: A. Benning, j. Menotli, H. Harlin, E. Haack, E. Wahby', L. Sikita. Shmdirzg: M. Pohlman, L. Martin, M. Cieszki, R. Fredriksen. Bonifede Miss Adams, C. Kowalewski, V. Sass. D. Donegan, D. Tam burino. 307 Rau' I: E. Hurd, M. Rusin, D. Mclionnel. R. Durante, C. Paoli Row 2: R. Bradtke, N. Miers, B. Ebel, G. Patrick, M. Marinello Rau' 3: R. Taylor. R. Mackey. L. Marvelli, H. Sydoryck, R Wfaryck. Rou' 4: D. Anderson, P. Penno, A. Comerford. G Hartnett, V. XVolff, Miss Fosse. Rau' 5: G. Moseid, R. Moeller J. Slezak, E. Connick, E. Theml. - Q 306 Rou- I: S. Priest. M. Michalek, R. Hart, E. Skogseth, V. Kalous tian. Rou' 2: A. Amundsen. D. Dvorak, -I. Stocklish, L. Ostrow ski, H. Pulos. Rou' 3.' E. Jepson, H. Kast, R. Clark, H. Nitti, E Pankiewicz. Row 4: Miss O'Brien, j. Peterson, H. Schoel, -I Hoffman, XV. Burkhardt. Rau' 5: R. Dour, N. Lagerholm, H Potempa, D. Sroka. R. Koepple. 308 Rau' I: L. Wfeismantel, L. Rithaler. G. Knodel, j. Curcio, A XVelcher. Rou' 2: J. Sandri, M. Serio, D. johnson, D. Remus B. Tishawa. Rau' 3: D. Egan, D. Eddy, R. Termini, R. Bubert H. jacobson. Rou' 4: T. Vanderslice, R. Gardella, D. Breit sprecher, B. Oberhuher, P. Colette. Rou' 5: J. Rayspis. G. Harte E. Pullman, j. Ray, G. Kelle. Row 6: E. johnson, H. Mattheis sen. R. Holmes. R. Menard. Miss Yetter. .UNIOII Rau' 1: S. Marsigliqi. Y. Iidrumn. K.. IDeM.1ruv. If Becker. R Ciminu. Rau' 2: R, Sielnr. R. jukiel. A. Sahlenker. K.. Kuhle- meier. I.. RIIHICIK. Rau' 3: H.XX'.1nh.1I. H. HuuIl1erg.f.. Stelling. H. Vfiegelnian. N. Shelton. Rau -If Ci. Kirrhxngel. -I. Sksmgsherg A. SLAIFPCIII. ID. Ames, Arden. Rau' 5: Miss Sechler. B. .Ianis R. Marx. If. Purzycki. ll. Lyrier. Rau 11: XY. XY'eivnmnn. XY lflke, H. Russ. R. Iiuclzul-ci. XY. Sillwerwhlug. 3I'I Rau' I: B. Kohler. Cf. I..1ncinne. I Gresham. Rau' 2: A I.gu.lsL'l'1Iu:. I.. Tntune. IJ. Sltuli. A. Runlnicli. I.. I'rsn. Rau' If l'. Cnsenrinu. A. XVIII. U'l5rien. ID. llinluch, M. juhnwn. Rau' 4: I.. Zgmixki, P. Conforti, lf. Snntupa. P. Cireene. j. Cirisem Rau' 3: Mr. XX'aIsh, D. Ijlklllflkl. R. Berg. N. Arunfeld. A. Gur- lunetti. Rau' fx: R. Gerber, XY. Monk, Y. Huhrke, C. Murey. 310 Rau' I: -I. Xelwn. Ii. Kuhn. M. Ixmh. X. Ili Mdlten. K.. CAINIFU- gimimni. Rau 2: T. Frimanu. k. Greene. M. Iienedeuu. In Cul- Iin Y Ieah Rau' 3' S. Miller. R. l.a Cfmz. I. Claude. li Hmmm- xki. M. Nahalvedian. Rau' 4: Miss Thurswn. XY. Burke. S Snhulze. R. Cierluxigh. H. Huebner. Rau 5: IJ. Larsen. 'I' C1enuk.f.,XY'iIsun. Cf. XX'endz. K. Armzen. IJ. Amumlsen. 312 Rau' I: F. ZLIPAIIICLI. Burru. I.. Blikuvxski. Iirnchucki, I5. Preclny. S: E. Ifulkensu.-in. IJ. I.. lfenlm. IJ, Behnke. ID. I.emke. ln. Biurnwn, I., Mueller. C. Rau' 2: Y. Hurwnlh. M. Finnemore. I. Ci. Nicdermeyer. j. XYhile. IJ. barb. Rau Kelly. li. Iienker. Ii. Iierquist. ID. Ilressler Rau' -I: N. Allerup. Ii Rossi. Milslh, If Monaco. R. Kathan. R. Ifinluw, ID. Meier. Rau' 5: R. liux. Ci Finluw. R. Quirk. JU IOR 313 Rau' I: J. Mroz, F. Brennan, J. Kennedy, S. Fahey, L. Grexa, L Carson, F. Marino. Rau' 2: D. Dowling, C. Barred, I. Houdek P. Burke, H. Prokopowicz, J. Leiper, j. jones. Rau' 3: C. Dick j. Lieske, A. Bauer, B. Ramat, B. Veremis, F. Sachrison, M Dray, Mrs. Haas. Rau' 4: A. Barrel. L. Borowski, F. Le Beau, P Nelson, j. Ballack, L. W'ils0n. Rau' 5: VU. Frey, R. Pease. R Carson, J. Terry. R. Salach, R. Pearson. 315 Rau' I: G. Farino, R. Bloom, M. Galluzzo, Frye, M. Kennedy Rau' 2: V. Ritis, F. Kordek, K. Alstrom, I.. Ciolek, F. Zaucha Rau' 3: A. Stiernherg, j. Siano. R. Chamberlain, A. Galloni, I. Paul, B. Hammang. Rau' 4: S. Gall, R. XX'illiams, N. Carlson, M Milkowski, R. Calwas, F. Patton. Rau' 5: R. Sadowski, R. Nel son, R. Brauer, W. Rumpf, C. Bodozian, N. Gattuso, R. XVisher. Slandiug: B. Domek, Mr. Frelich. 314 Rau' I.' B. Diephouse, V. Jensen. C. Corbett. V. Stancick, S Schultz. Rau' Z: O. Sitko. j. Szczcblowesk, XV. Balk, P. Heck, I Koralik, F. Cnruh. Rau' 3: T. Kurzer. M. Filers. L. Porter, F Marshall. L. Nitrefa, N. Safford, F. Burkey. Rau' 4: P. Rizzn XV. Loy, H. Ford, B. Neubauer, J. Hansen. K. Veggeherg. R Vfikrent. Rau' 5.' C, Lawdenski. D. Nordboe, Miss Grant. 351 Rau' 1: M. Perry. Rau' 2: F. Spann. A. Ciarippo. Rau' 3: A Kmiecik. F. Falzone, A. Nelson, I.. Bator, A. Racls. Rau' 4: Ci Trefelik, N. Thode, A. Machitelli, A. Bird, B. Hausing, B Larson. Rau' 5.' F. Stretch, D. Miller, M. Dahl, Duff, -I Mattioli, F. Bouclrcuu, F. Aerts. Rau' 6: A. Pascus, j. Brocl, D Humenich, D. Leusch, j. Bachar, H. johnson, Hanson, Mrs McKeen. Pagv 107 R. Gawrysh, D. jayhan. Rau' 6: H. Smialek, G. Kritlow, R JU IOR 352 Rau' I: L. Koelpien, L. Dude, l. Boduzian. Rau' 2: C. Battista C. Mecca. A. Zila, D. Russo, D. Doyon. Rau' 3: E. Kugler, B. Felke. J. Hutton, R. Gord. H. Hain. Rau' 4: D. Knudsen, D. Zicker, J. Jacobsen, R. Stemke. D. Mclntyre, J. Busa. Rau' 5. Mrs. Hege. H. Ficri. C. Anderson. C. Rauchenherger, P. Kroll T. Andersen. R. Casteruwn. R. Duran. u 354 Rau- I: li. Emanuulwn. Rau' 2: j. Marvella. l.. Scavullu. Rau' 3: B. Graluw, R. Bevilacqua. G. DiMaueu, li, Tarpiniun. Rau' -I: C. XVnodcuck. D. Ray. L. Peterson, M. Follmann. E. Kacz- marek. A. Kalonnris. Rau' 5: H. Krocker. A. Auslcrmuchle, P Schultz, ll. Meyer. j. Vfharlun. ll. Loftus. Rau' 6: T. Marivedcl I 311.1 n l P ll url S . A 'Qu lb. -. 1: iz '. Bcrkmxill. H. Snttun. .I Kairu, Rau' '.' li. Kacznmarck. R. Saley, A, lhnmiqni, R, Ravxli-nga, Mr Schumer. Pago' IUHI 353 Rau' l.' E. Ratsch, L. Lixrema. L. Hehn. A. Revak, E. Caminata Rau' 2.' M. Melone, M. Gmrerdam, P. Kurzh, j. Long. N. Henry Rau' 3: G. Schune. M. Hillgard, l. Palenik, L. McDorman, N Gleave, D. Schultz. Rau' 4: V. Bergman, G. Knott, C. Peshek. L Prentice. N. Wolodkin. Rau' 5: A. Ryan. R. Dettloff, R. Taylor, johnson, D. Vi'es0lowski, L. Decclis. Rau' 7: j. Kvalvog, H Faulkner. XV. Buck. K. Anderson, Miss Sutherland. J P1 -I un 1 4 as ...- ,M H "4 356 Row I: D. Crestane. L. Ramming, j. Losrumo, B. Zimmerman. Rou' 2: R. Palazzatto, B. Tengerslrom, G. Rehechine, N. Schaffer, M. Kurbel. Rou' 3: M. Seneke, E. Balde, L. Xvhitney, L. Tumosa, E. XVilliams, H. Stefanski. Rau' 4: Miss Donnersberger, K. Guethick, R. Maier, A. Hoffman, A. Pettenuzzo, j. Verba, R. Schwecle. Row 5: T. Pethes, C. Tietz, R. Werlick, R. Moretti. 358 Rou' I: j. Menzel, C. Garaffa, M. Isaacson, C. Swezey. Rou' 2: L. Becker, D. Pedersen, V. Berg, M. Schluensen, M. Gangler. Rou' 3: W. Drinhaus, V. Thon, L. Thompson, J. Stoneherg, W. Bayuk. Rau' 4: T. Riedle, H. Anderson, D. Hinze, R. Kubetz. XV. Foellmer. Rau' 5: XV. McAndrews, A. Glass, D. Kolseth, D. Thomas, R. Shannon. Rau' 6: F. Reale, R. Bute, H. Gradous, Mr. Ruzicka, R. jahnke, R. Green. ig,- 'K 357 Row I: F. Mahal. Rau' Z: D. Hanlon. R. Stellhicki. Rou' 3: E. Kashul, j. Schader, E. Romano, j. Laurenzi. S. Lange. Rau' 4: A. Bourland, E. Kindstrand, F. Tirpitz, D. Phillips, M. Parlatore. Rou' 5: Mrs. Hadley, j. Miller, E. Bower, L. Persino, F. Skie, S. Ewalcl, R. Tarpinian. Row 6: M. Prasky, ll. Gullicksen, C. Gabriel, Ci. Lu Bien, D. Shepley, V. Donohue, F. Ross. .IU IORl Page I 00 x, WX WX f, "' WHS' 4, -.,,,.,,,. Qi 6 1, c M - wack v 1 Q- 561- -'A 1- 'faaf ""fV'Q1' N I ll Wx R. .1 'E 'A X if AH, A af 3 " ,Q 1 a. wv y Www -14 s. ' ""dBf'9'fa3w?' Q :QM MD. '15 , .,. M... .mwwff av. ,ly 0 M W, ., f,,,,g,.gw,, , ,, ff 7 , " 5 at , 9.5.5, ,7.,V,,, ,4,g',fmm' sm r'v 3 I f I' L4 ,4- ,.-44 AL. is ' I K. SENIOR 401 Rau' I: Ci. Abrams. CJ. jasak. F, Shamz. G. Kraft. O. Pivarci Rau' 2: j. Kostner. L. Mueller. I. Siggim. P. Taylor, M. Klicker. Rau' 5: M. Leiser. j. McCallem. C. Perchak, H. Morgan. B. La gorio. Rau' 4: R. Stendor. I. Vfengler. j. Kloska. XXI MacSwiney M. Ilucat. Rau' 3: S. Dooley. M. Livorsi, R. Vfillerr. j. jones L. Sojka. Rau' 6: C. McLean. H. Ciundlach. R. I-Ioeksrra. R Brettman. Ci. XYhite. Rau' '.' A. Miller. R. Carroll. D. Biging Miss Kindcrman. 403 ,'40P't'g7'Ullllll.' S. Sunscri. C. Searls. L. Ruelhling. Rau' I: Wick A. Sanmngelo. F. Klein. F. Tenga, L. Rosi. Rau' Z: J. Tures F. Fricksen. A. Fngwall, IJ. Spamikow. A. Schlorfeldt. P. Can galosi. Rau' 3: C. Ciszcvulii. G. Cappitelli. L. Buczkiewicz. -I Culloxon, j. Ciolino. F. Cialis. Rau' -I: M. Fimhcr. P. Duma. B Anderson. R. Spillur, D. Laird, C. Ziaja. S. Novak. Rau' 5: A Biltcrman, j. Archibald, C. Toholik. F. Bjurstrom. R. Moherg, R XVeckerlin. V. Mickus. A. Bnrnas. S. Sohieszczyk. 402 Rau' I.' I. La Cognam, A. Fricano, Ci. Flammini. Rau' 2: D Tempenar, D. Pope. D. Nufer. Ci. Doeing. IJ. Birkholz. Rau' 3. V. Szymczyk. L. Kielack. D. Sonnefeldt. D. Shieldx. M. Schulze. D. Kieper. Rau' 4: R. Marshall. F. Rossi, A. Larson, F. An gileri. XV. McEvoy. G. Herrmann. Mrs. Harrirt. Rau' 5: R. jacohson, XV. Lentz. H. Canadeo. A. Roos. I.. Cyrier. j. Licata. Rau' 6: F. johnson. L. Mahlmann. F. Szlapa. R. Du Bois. S. Maczka. H. Schubert. J. Salach. 405 Rau' I: j. Vaccaro. G. Passcri. J. Bushman. j. Moore. M. Ran yuk. Rau' 2: C. Haupcrt. IJ. Iuingoach. F. Olsen, B. Perrongelli M. Balswick. Rau' 3: j. Moore. S. Mumhcr. j. Salness, S. Stein S. Procasio, M. Swcus. Rau' 4: F. Lippi. j. jerger, A. Arquilla. A. Ochman, T. Mohawk. Miss Treleavcn. Rau' 5: A. Rhino. Y Luckowicz. F. XY'iIk, T, Kokoruz, M. Ortuviano, D. Frichurg. Rau' 6: F. Severson. A. Pettenuzzo. F. Ciulla, F. Fstep. Y Masacek. Page' 1 1 1 , ,....,, ., ,I .- , 1 : MM54 Kl.l', 7"L A .. ,, ,,3.x ,-,fr 'fl' 4 I ' I " 7,."- ' ' ' . , 'I ' . .K,. 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Anderson. Rau' Z: G. Korars, F. Marshall, M. Lie- hich. IJ. Koralski. I.. Nordin, A. Annihaldi. Rau' 3: j. McComb A. XVrighl, F. Hillegas, I.. Volusuik. R. Hornherger, V. Pielras Rau' 4: ID. Kennedy. j. Kelly. A. Rusin. H. lloering, A. Bertha- lor. R. Kosruck. Rau' 5: ll. Barrett. A. Paus, R. Peacock, IJ Iiachner. M. Bandola. D. Michael. lN1iss Vaughan. Rau' 6: Ii Ringslad. R. Rasmussen. F. Kurgan. 411 Rau' I: M. Logorherti. C. Raia. A. jensen. B. Pererson. Rau' 2: D. jones. M. Henne, I.. Stencel. C. Kindt. Rau' 3: R. jana. P. Fricksen. I.. Kolh, A. Fink. I. Giza. F. jacohsen. Rau' 4: G Neuhaus, D. johnson. F. Zwierzycki. P. Grimm. M. Caccax ari. IJ. Foley. Rau' 5: VU. Heidenreich. j. Phelan. M. I.o Galbo. I. Zu hritsky. Shramek, F. Meyer. I.. Morherg. Rau' 6: Miss Con soer. F. Bernhauser. 413 Rau' l.' F. Blazek, F. Seahorg. D. 17eSilva. S. Cordon. Rau' 2. I.. Stein. D. Blaha. I.. Marks. F. Sprovcare. Rau' 3: R. Wensel. P. Calderon, M. jordan. M. Kalakis. A. Lysfjord. R. Cirossklas. Rau' 4: M. Tavirian. F. Billiot, If. Veskauf. M. Handley. I.. Fuchs. R. Chramer. Rau' 5.' F. Schmieger. B. Farrell, F. Baum garlner. N. Domine. G. Erickson. j. Hoch. Rau' 6: j. Loder- hose, C. Thompson, F. Marsolaris, R. Dunihue, F. Pantus. j Dobner. Rau' 7: A. I.eth. Miss Rasmussen, H. Hoch. Pagv :ia Pago- I I I 451 Rau 1: if. Finns, Ii. Smith, I.. Iiungc. M. Snurm, M. imrrim. Rau' 2. CQ. Sicvcrs. j. Ventura. B. Moyer. I.. Zgirkn. M. llulcn Rau' 3: If. Shah, A. Berger. R. B.1LI1.lI'. Ii. Conrad. Ii. Iiurgnmn. ll. ffnnr.iiI. Rau' 4: H. Iicluistcr. I.. finkcl. If. -I.iuwIwi. I'. X'i'nnlcy. ii. Klcinsihmidi, Miss Chiris, Rau 31 P. Civ.'rrn.imi. -I, I hiuiiiris, If. Inss. VI. Ilmirnn. Ihxy. Rau' I: fi. I..1 S.iIIc. Y. Broun, Cr. Iiivrglum. If. Cicsiclski. M jcri1I1ck. Rau' 2: I. Rcixh. Ii. Knisu, I,. Iiinht. M. fhoncs, S. Iiuyur. Rau' Ig Ii. Iluliiiigri-ii, Iimlwrg. If. Ciulwlc. I.. fiI'.IIl1L'l', D' IU-'f1"JlIC4 R011 41 R, Klaus. T. Sihulu. Ii. Hurnruurvr. If Innchs. j. I.cn.irisnn. F. Kumar. Rau' is A. l.ns.iuin, D, Besih. 1.. I'IUIIlk.1, Ci. NL-umcr. Y. Iiuchhnlz. Rau' In R. Ile.-nipcl. I.. Amuniiscn. M. Kluth. R. Anderson. Rau 'J Mr. I:4.'I'tIf'I1.ll'l. II. Divnzitclli. A. Iiurgstrum. E IOII 452 Rau' I: R. Iiillu, S. Km-pku. M. XYintcr. I.. fsirpinu. I.. ,IM Rau' fs R. Ciusmfsun. IJ. I.l.iir, ID. Lruic. Ix. Carney. I. lmdtru 7 Rau' 55 NI. NI.1rsI1.1II. IJ. Hagar. II. Iilli. Tull. IF. Ilcgiu Rau 4x I.. Pi.-.irsun. ID. I.uiht. M. Imunctli. 1. Kip-ssling. O. XX'i hndx. Rau' 5: II. XY'iggins, M. My-Ig.i.iriI, R, III-rrni.inn. Iusun. 5. Pinclli. Rau' fi: 'If I5russ.irsI. I.. Iiunkcn. ID. Minhuls Q VI. Iimd, II. Ci.iciIc. Rau -.' NIiss Ilirr. XY. K.isi. I..IuI1I1siun, 454 Rau' If M. XXiIIi.ims. I. Circxc. I.. I5.irIxrr. Ip Kiu1IiixiLI1. 7 SunImd.i. Rau- -5 Ii. Smith. A. ii.isp.iri. -I. f.iss, ID. Miller. N Olsnn, Rau I: I'. XY.ird. S. Sxninsirurii. I 9u.ins-un, P. Iirnili Iwrudt. I: Ilur.iiht.i. Rau' 4: I.. Simunscn. S. XYQ.-lIh.iuscn. X Nc.iI. A. Iiink. If Mueller. Rau' 9: xIINNxKIII7llfI1. I.. Iiiguni. fiicII.i. I., Ciulhy. I.. -lnhnsim, Rau my I.. Nllbfl, ID. Mil .irtncy XYu.ix'ur. C. Rugms ski. If. XYiisiIuwsI-ei. Rau '.' rl. I'mI1.ixnIcnI. .I hirmrighi. R. Cnur.iIsI4I. j. Link. ID. xI.lClCIlkU. E l0R 455 Rau' l.' F. Germano, R. Baglian, F. Hupert, F. Miller, L. Fisher. Rau' 2: R. Ruscitti, V. joseph, E. Dixon, L. Gilmore, M. Hol back. Rau' 3: C. Simms, R. Gifford, L. Till, F. Gosky, L. Bachar. Row 4: F. Peterson, J. Robinson, L. Hansen, G. Baldowski, B. Kaminski. Rau' 5: M. Heck, j. johnson, F. Andreason, Y. Darre, F. Sieg, Mr. Pfeil. Rau' 6: R. Krueger, P. Pacera, C. Hutter, L. Mardegan, J. Christofer. 456 Rau' l.' M. Alosio, L. Harp, G. Umbright. Rau' 2: G. Troesken L. Waldweiler, D. Williams, j. Perlick. Rau' 3: H. Mulch, D Erickson, M. Von Schwedler, j. Scharring, C. Sampson, E Friborg. Rau' 4: A. Arntzen, j. Kolseth, E. Kjildsen, J. Glines l. Sergy, L. jahnke, J. Hillyer. Raw 5: R. Schildt, L. Gaude, R. Brinati, E. Wisniewski, R. Szybilski, M. Weizman, Mrs. Exarhos. Rau' 6: R. Whaley, H. Letz, J. Schroeder, R. Hoelterhoff, G. Sawicki, R. Loderhose, G. Skladzien. 457 Q Rau' I: V. Simmons, B. just, I.. Berg. Rau' 2: W. Roman, D. Gervanian, R. Pearson, F. Brown. Rau' 3: W. lvins, R. Poggen- see, B. Rich, N. Olsen, j. Venice, B. Stranges. Rau' -I: F. Law- densky, H. Ohermeier, H. Ratltke, R. Zickerman, F. Zank, A. La Pietra. Rau' 5: j. Stafford, S. jachec, D. Martin, H. Kissane, Mr. Henze. Page I I5 . f, 4, 'fy ,- f r V P' af J' fc' 1 4' 'L . . ' 'K ,Ji 51 :pn 4 , if L if-f, 'muff' F0 TERI G THE CL B PIRIT People have always involved themselves in activities of one kind or another. Man's mind will either escape life or meet it in action. Through our organizations at Steinmetz we are dedicated to activi- ties that make of human behavior a service to our community, rather than a selfish enjoyment of passing the time and escaping responsi- bilities of life. Service leads to good fellowship which in turn has its bearing on peace. Steinmetz clubs are the standard bearers of service and recreation. ,,-Jaw.. - ..,"'f"'czx... do '-fmf4N" ,W www, mv' wi,...5- '-ezwfmg'-' Q-,Ay - .V F "' a I-ffm" . ' .hue-1 6' vm ' f " , Q, " ,ggri-511'-:IA '-' I -Ffni:-as ii 'JF Muwdkx , ,'.,..:, .- -X .- -Q71 ' .1-'1.,3,.,.,...-. f- .." , , A,,, . ,A - . , .'.-ff" ,.n1'n..a:-5' 1 . ' 1 . " i"- U ' 1 1- "'1-fr' ' ' 1. 4 "'-'Q UM ff. 'Nap , ,V - - ffl 4,,:,..1-1-. 4 . " - ' ...ff--1 1- --. A -7-ft'1 . 'ilsggg-gli.. X- ' ?5H,.g ' Sw, rs .+- :- -1,-5. 'e -. .xy .Q 'Rafi' SYS ' Hgh' LP' 4. 21"- , . 8.1 I :fx x X I Q x X , . XX' 9.4 x -xx -' N' x 3 R- mx f if . 'A 'u O Y W.. nv va. -.1 -. fw- K f- 4 ww 1, . 'ds 'ffl w 1 '1- f,.f f, ' w 'f F4 N X tk Q. -15,5 . "3 15-' 1' . 101'-Ku, f A r H f f , ' 'I' "'n- ' b . - .,-was M f -.-f? fir ':'-v , In L g4:.s.v,.1- Q . .7-'Q-,141 ' - " " t ,:,f.H.:' ,. . f' .kv ' .' -'IE -..1 f-au f :Lrg i'P . 43" -fn nj I ' 1 '13 yi, .4 -ff If a : 6 ,, y,?4 f. W 'f 'n l nt H fi -gs "11- , A 429' 11 f-'UA 1 Li ten to the Music oi the Vlilitar Band Pago' I III Rau' I: A. Burgatrom, T. Pethes, R. Paulsen. G. Smitters. XY. XVilaon, R. Gaus, E. Goble. J L l d X Peterson C Vifeier R M'1rx N lxobelin Salnesa. XX'.Kaczmarek. D.Shep1ey. . .un gren. '. A -. . 1. . . . . . - . '- ' . . 7 k aki. A. Brevik. A. Arntzen. Rau' 2: P. Froehbrodt. L. Drugs. C. Michel, B. Cnmlovs. X. Buhr e li. Volker. V. XX'olfT. P. Nelson. R. Gerlovich. M. Finlayson, D. Lilja, H. Ross. G. Nelson. R Melgaard, H. Schwendau, XV. XVahl, N. Thodd, XY. Vorman. G. Kleinachmidl, R. Bye, R Szczepanik. D. Zilker, li. Baumgzirlner, ll. Spantikow. C. Simms. Rau' 3: R. Conklin. R. Mun' zynski. R, Ziemer. li. Putronski. R. Veil. l.. Hehn, A. Nelson, j. johns, R. Troesken, Owen S. Knekow. j. Perernon. B. Bergquist, D. Schmidt. R. Schmidt, M. Mitchell. E. Arneson, S Holmes. ul. Sloan, XY. Tanner, A. Nelson. R. Birnbaum, j. Harlan, H. Nelsen, B. cl0l3I1ll7l'llU Ci. Arosen. L. Siomper, H. XVing. I.. Simonsen. R. Anderson, F. Broun. A. Larson. Rau' 4: j Mall, j. jerger, j. Arden. R. Obermaier. R. hlauisx, A. Husselman. The 're Read to Hail Our Heroes' Return CONCllRT BAND Steps are light and hearts are gay when the Concert Band led by Mr. Feldman, passes on parade. At the close of its eleventh year, this music holds first place in our hearts. Graduation nights are enhanced by these musicians. The Annual Concert given in May is now a loved tradition in our school. Whether we are at a game of football or attending a dance or a graduation exercise when we see the band appear before us in uniform and hear them give the signal to "Strike Up The Band," a wave of pride for our beloved Steinmetz surges over us. Mr. Salita took over the band for a month after Captain Dowse left, but Uncle Sam called him. Page I 19 ' GMU ,Q ,,,f fn". 1,7 f M ,X , , 1,57 ff ,,,,,,fffQ, M4 ,, - - W WWW? fig-Qffff Mfwfffiff ,fin .4 ' if -.IV W ,W - x . ffmwfffacw A gf f1,,y,if Y, in A Q ff ywg, 1 ' 'wg 6 Q Q ' Y Q Q Q 9 ' EV ' f " 'f1':z' 'ff vp 1 5 WZ? - L - ' V, f f ' T 0 ,f ,Jw Y, ' ' 4 ,W ' ff ' ,. 1 gif? Q Y '5 w ' I fx .z F ,gf-Q 1 l' Q x 4 Q .V j I u . l ' 8 . . , Q 1 I 5 .4 X 'lr . 2- 'V ' xg 4 .iii A f 2 A M 9 X ' f. X xx X "Wx 'X ,W J , Q 9 ,1 ' . Lf W X t .. f W if S1 .if ,oo ,q km , '7- -9 u Y- ,, V - , - .f fi Qga 6 . KR ' ' S, t H JW X' f 1 XX ' V 01, 4 1 " ' b gl, . :ifflQ9i4??!Atf1ff::T.:T!" h' . " l W ai .2 l 5' 'h A x . I KU, 2 - .Q W1 , ki ' "flaw , AT -GIS A.. ' 1 , 'sf Variet of Instruments Catches the E e SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Steinmetz can be very proud of its Symphony Orchestra. For the last five years it has steadily increased in membership and each year betters itself in performance. They are very generous with their time both in school and out. It is no small task to keep an organization like this up to par and guard the expen- sive instruments that they need and see that all is in readiness when the various programs begin. But under the able leader- ship of Mr. Willard Groom, all performances seem ready at the appointed hour. Pago I 21 eitl Comes Stealing Leve's Sweet eng E IOR GIRL ' CHOIR Aren't they lovely young ladies as they stand there sparkling with the freshness of youth and all "dolled" up in their attrac- tive green and silver capes? Mr. Willard Groom coaches the group and arranges for engagements for them for the different organizations who wish music at their assemblies. They have a vast selection of songs from which to pick and they do all very well. Mrs. Harriet Calverley assists Mr. Groom with the clerical work, and you can readily see that she, too, is kept busy keeping records and attendance up to date. Swziar Chair I"aregra1n1d.' B. Dicphouse. Rau' I: A. Larson. Ii. Stredcr. XY. Van Tuyl. C. Searls. M. Weis- mantel. Rau' 2: M. Cregier. A. Stritsel. j. Manson. j. Bernreuter. I. Perry. M. Marcello. Rau' 3: I.. Stuhlfauth. D. De Rosicr. I.. Blikowski. M. Vfrobleski. S. Miller. I. Korailik. Rau' -I: N. Lueth. I.. Ohlander. M. Boeykens. S. Gall, D. Keene. M. Corduan. Rau' 3: V. Prestler. S. Stein. A. Bird. D. Pope. A. Bauschke. V. Fagsley. M. Abraham. B. Veskauf. Rau' 6: D. Laird. M. Behnkc. F. Conrad. IJ. Birkholz. If. Schmider. D. Heckl. D. Dressler. Rau' '.' I. Keywauka. C. XVilson. C. Iicske. j. Kolsuth. Rau' H: ID. Saar. V. Masacek. D. Anderson. N. Rodman. - X v- The Come Breezing Along with a on 5. til .fn- Q X Row I: G. Anderson. M. l'rtt. H. Magnd, V. Slocum. Rau- 2: G. Swanson, L. Gullickson, M XVilt. C. Smith, I. Murano, A. Brylas, C. Mueller. Rau' 3: j. liricde, S. Field, G. Blazek, F Zucek, A. Alexander, j. Klassen, T. Brady, T. Fricunu. Rau' 4: L. Strai, li. Kocul, L. Hcnnig V. Bjork, D. Kolnr, I.. Yuungrcn, G. Fiorda. Rau' if A. Iingwall, C. Di Cicco, V. Garrow, E l'nruh. B. Ramat, E. Marshall. M. Dill. Rau- 6: M. Borchardt, E. Gonsl-ca, M. Schroeder, D Stennfeld, M. Grego, A. Harackiewicz. Rau' '.' R. Le Blanc, I.. Kielack, j. Arrahitu, C. Puynter M. Huff, L. Sikorski. Rou' 8: N. Saffurd. j. L'nruh. H. Frye, G. Dearing, C. Gabriel. R u I X ohnson X DiNlatieo R Riuo Nl Scveringhaus ohnson F 7.1hn I backs I.. Boyayian. Rau' 2: B. 5mith, M. Barrel. M. lxopfer, B. Lenski, L. Mahler, M. Dulen. B. XX hit H.,-a IQ. Lang, Ryu- 3: B. Mitchell, N. Fucciolo, . Swing. H. Eck, . ones. S. lrkfetz, M. l ' C. Maager. Rou' 4: li. Zyhura. D. Ohman. R. Lauer, D. Bartosch, D. Sprigings. T. Kowalczgk, '. Tumburino. R. Vfilliams. Ryu' 5: R. XX'iIlit1n1s. M. Bootle. R. ohnson. D. Disney, R. Lippert. The ang ol the Lark in Human Throat sm Mm cnoaii ocnsu The Steinmetz Choral Society, directed by Mrs. Harriet Calverley and Mr. Willard Groom, is composed of various types of voices beautifully blended together. A love of superb music plus a desire to enrich the cultural lives of those who hear them, leads this group to be satisfied with nothing less than excellence in all renditions. The depth of their voices as they sing in unison, the quality of their tones as they mingle together, the beauty of their range as they sing in concert or solo, all prove that some day these students may find themselves huge successes in the land of music. Pago' I2l N., Rau' 1: D. Revere. H. Gast. H. Vfaldweiler, j. Cass, j. Monson. A. Garippo, P. Moran. F. Pear Lauer, G. Pederson, j. Stockfish, A. Kalomiris. P. Stefan. Ron' 4: A. Pascus. S. Maszka. M Pohlman. I.. Mahlmann, j. Goergen. j. Oliveto, R. Demnitki. D. Blair. j. Grilin. R. XX'right Officers of the Slzfiurmflz flmml Sllt'it'fA1Tf.t'?IfL'I' Pirlnrr' B. VC'right. Bus, Mgr.. S. Sthulty, Sufly., M. Pohlman, Pres.. -I. Smal:- llsh. Treas. The Choral Society is unlike other choirs in Steinmetz in that it is composed of students whose chief interest in life is music. Member- ship is entirely voluntary and enthusiastic. The cultural life of the student is made richer and fuller by all. Certain types of music are sung by the boys' and girls' choirs. A more varied kind is sung by the members of the Choral Society due to the fact that here are found all ranges and types of voices. The group is very generous in its performance for activities about the school. son. Rau' 2: ll. Bollmann, j. Holmgren. S. Schulze. M. lmonetti. B. Holmgren. H. Kroecker. B. XVilliams. F. Rhino. S. Dooley. Rau' 3: F. Lippi, I.. Neumann. M. Kobelinsl-ti. B. Bauer. C. Pagf' I 25 Do n the calc and pThe Quick! Go rag., 1 26 ve M. . . ..,, . , ,,A.M .. M. ,, ...MW - ,..-,, M W.. ,e..s,,e,-,-e,..,,. -WW ...A I gl , .,., -..r...s FMU... Rau' 1: S. Marsiglia. Rau' 2: S. I.llI'Cl1lkl. T Bosek. Rou' 3: M. Malaria, A. Serhicki. G jacobson, D. Handler. Rou' 5: If. johnson. B. jahnke. Rau' I: D. Chutka. Rau' 2: D. Ehlend. I.. Old ham. Rau- 3: V. Cioergen. j. Blankenmeisrer, j Counihan. I.. Harrison. Rau' -I: K. Gartner, l Rau- l.' R. Ciringione. Rau' 2: M. Spinelli, J joseph. Rau' 3: A. jerlita, Fink, L. Siemion ll. Derx. Rou' 4: -I. Hillig, I.. Schroer, G Grempke, I.. Schilling. Rou' 5: R. Kallas. Rau' I: Ii. Mucha. Rau' 2: M. Augozino, J. Rai mondi. Rau' 3: A. Bing. lf. Hammer, D. Hig gins, j. Mohrhavgker. Rau' 4: I.. Conn, ,I Barnas, ll. Anderson. Rau' 5: A. Barcnl, Charles, S. Peters. FRESHMAN- 0PHOil0llE CHOIR Under the direction of Miss Josephine Farr, the Freshman-Sophomore Choir dreams of a musical world. Made up of talented girls of the first two years of high school, these students find singing a joy. If a girl can sing, she has the sole requirement for membership. Though fun and pleasure crowd the hour of these songsters, the serious side of life is not overlooked. To be helpful to others is a large part of their goal. They are always on the job where service is asked. wa ing with Rh thm To and Fro This year the Choir has assisted with three worthwhile projects, that is, the Spring Festival, the lB Assembly, and the Roller Skating Party given by the Junior Choir. Although they are the youngest in age of all the musical clubs, they render beautiful programs. With the training they get in this group they are readily taken into the Senior Choirs. It is the ambition of each member to eventually get a radio audition. Rau' 1: I.. Charles. Rau' Z: L. Xvosik, C. Schae- fer. Rau' 3: B. Varouxakis, S. Roses, I, Wien- berg, G. White, j. Ringlund. Rau' 4: S. Stru- maglia, L. Nelson, j. Bowman, B. Ramagnano. Rou' 5: M. Rekve. Rau' 1: G. Clausen. Rau' Z: j. Muzik, C. Di Leonardi. Rau' 3: li. johnson, D. Revere, H. Spircoff, M. Fisher. Rau' -I: R. Paule, E. Noack, E. Klein. Rau' 5: E. Dreher, S. Hultgren. Rau' l.' D. Shrader. Rau' 2: D. Sloan, D. Ri- bachulc. Rau' 3: M. Kopp, P. XVcber, R. W'elle. Rau' 4: S. Tyler, G. Blendow, D. Clouston, B. Konig. Rau' 5: N. Kilimnik. Rau' I: ll. Cox. Rau' 2: B. Palazzo, L. Borchelt. Rau' 3: M. Pilch. P. Stzuk, G. Filipowski, bl. Boettcher. Rau' 4: H. Sanichas. B. McEvoy, G. Papp. Pagl' I 27 Well Be exiting to Greet You G. I. Joe Uflzttiv of flllllfll tfioii T 'I l 'il Hit l'i.111n.' .-X. Vfright. il reas. Nftlllzllilhfj l. l i Croc-tl. Pres.. ,l. Patton. Sectv.. li. Schaefer. Not. fh.iirm.m. Nl. Schubhc. Y, P. XY'hat can he more enjoy able than to be listening to the beautiful and harmonious voices of the junior Girls' Choir as they blend in one of their melodious vocal selections? The judges of the annual Choral Society contest and the students at Steinmetz declared these voices to be unexcelled. When the high school competition took place in january the choir was rated "Superior." l'nder the direction of Miss Josephine Farr. the choir has been outstanding since its organization. The members have always been ready and eager to help out in assemblies and community programs. They have done endless tasks of good-will for the servicemen. Their activity and vitality have never vvaned. l"megroln1rl,' bliss larr. sponsor. Ron' ls li. Shanti. U. Kocurek. A. Revak. l.. l.itrenla. C. De Morco. -l. ixlflll. Rau' 2: A. Herzog. l.. Phillips. VI. Becker. U. Hanlon. Y. Michels. A. Yveisgerber, R011 3: J. Ciringer. l.. Bator. ll. Zinitnernian. Y. Petretti. lf. 'l'.trpini.m. ll. Ditluch. Rau' 4: l.. Hailey. A. XX'right. Ci. Passeri. l, Goetz. hl. Kossovv- ski. l.. Olson. Rim' if IJ. l.e.iser. lx. Spann. j. Pinna. Ci. Antonson. D. Phillips. -I. Scheunemntn. Rout ff: K.. Lan- dini. A. Zila. N. Tarpinian. B. Leschmann. A. Favia. Rou '.- li. XYoodvvorth. VI. Patton. D. Garb. B. Schaefer. F. Brooks. l,. Coduto. Rau- Hg l. XXI-ngler. M. Schubbe. G. Harte. H. johnson, Nl. Ott.tvi.ino. lp N.lIlkL'. St.1i1.i: N. Allred. l. l'l.trt.t. -I. Skogslwerg Nl. lo iralho. Lusty Volces Slug Thelr Wa to llur Soul BOY Hlllll These boys hearts beat vuth a combmatlon of lose for music and a deslre to do all that 15 possxble for thexr comrades m seruce Mxss Ruth Kllgour has successfully dlrected the choxr smce 1938 Thxs year they vson a ratmg of Superlor m the music contest Congratulauons Iorermmzd xll3S lxllgour spunsor N Nlxcrs Aucmmpanxst Rru I C hnk IJ lxnudsen k XX Schuster R Hannemann A BlIlLI'FI1ll'l S Pmelll F Calderonc C Taxlor Xl C,L.1rm R Banlex C Chapman lx Alslrnm Rau 2 XX Im A Tonnescn D Rogers R lxustuck XX Burkhurdr R Vsrnrhr C Rumcnrms P C.1t.m1.1 H XXCSK S Fxdurcl H IXLDI C Cmseor Rau 3 C Srholz R Smhuenncman P Russx l IXILLRIIHIP Mxtsch I Prclss N 'Nlltchcll Cmrmnuu S D lu I I.1vulcnslC1 l- Srurpclll S Alumndcr F Snow Nl Otunmnu Rau 4 H lxxsmnf. B Domck H lxullmmn 'lcrrx H laulkmr lN Nxrlscn C Fmmm Dsslcr Nl lxloth A unhrrdt l H1 Srhu 1 I Nlulnlonu N Rusuru j Vklc us OH IC PRS Seutul S Pnmlln Pres R Osslcr, Trans R XX'1sher, llh P Rossi, Lnh M Miers, Auom pamst, H lxnsmne, V P, M Orraxlano Secx Page I 29 Page I 30 Their Concert Ron' 1: Accompanist. V. Stocco, j. Reininger, D. Erickson. A. Barrett. M. Kohelinski, E. Streder. M. Tahraham. Rau' 2: j. Malherek. gl. Pacler, M. johnson. B. Volant. XV, Van Tuyl. V. Mickus, L. Spooner. M. McGrath. Rau' 3: I.. Mahlmann, Ci. Anderson, A. Larson, D. Siennfelcl. M. Magad. C. Voight. j. Hockham. Sltuzdings j. Muckinlosch, D. Dressler. K. Veggeherg, V. Deserio. R. Schune, D, Scheuer, C. Rauchenherger. P. Xlfieland, R. Kuncller. li. Reuhs. M. Pesce. Are Among Our ouvenir co 'crm oncni ini Mr. Willard Groom, sponsor of the Symphony, also directs the folks of the Concert Orchestra to become leaders as well as musicians in the musical world. The students in the Concert Orchestra give many excellent ren- ditions with the baton always a signal of light and guidance. They are always striving for perfection and come well nigh meeting it many times. Wfhether the group plays in unison or whether the soloists perform, the culmination of the program is always one of success. Six years ago saw the hirth of this musical venture. Mr. Groom has watched it grow from a handful of players to a successful orchestra which has become one of the chief prides of the school. and one of the most helpful clubs. If It Vlu IC Youre eekmg They Ha e It Lpffu le! Quarter I Druss NI lxohelrnsl-tr T Pethts X Nlrtkus fenlu SLYKCI R bchrldt K lxrafr IJ Dresser N Vsulodlun D Frrtlcson H lxroektr CHA IBER ll IC If you hase exer lrstened to soft strains of muslc durrng faculty partres ou realrze the talent that rs rn ex er one that rs a member of thrs unusual 5 3 group Mr Willard Groom rs their sponsor and rnsprratlon lppu nglvt Trro H lxroeker telllst A Clarrppo pranm D lrrtkson xrolmrst Butlnm Qumru A Barrett T Puhu I Drus X Nlltkus NI lxohtllnsltl Page' I 31 9 0 9 I 0 1 9 ' . l r f. : .x'.i-".- l- 1 .'f .' ',4- ".-. 5- : , Q A 4 an K Page I I2 Doer not Dreamer OPHC PRS OI DARDANFI LPS A Armzen D Sthulu Nl Dnrtush F Conrad Rau I D Tempenar D Yrmmtrman j ialness j Bunker C Searles L Stencel M Malme D bcrsser C Thompson M Domme Rau 2 F Schmrecer V Yxrebkmg. B Schaefer Nl Hansen P Calderon P Prlcltson R Vutnsel 5 Stem M Catcaxarr P Cfrrmm A Breult Rau 3 F Nagel B 'Nlxrshmcnt C Txurouslu lr Schmrdcr C lxcskt L Nelson M Dargush I aufcr S Muml"er DARDA ELLE The Dardanelles stress our school slogan uhrch 15, 'Keep Stemmetz Beautlful By their example these upper classmen mstrll the loxe of therr school rn the hearts of the underclassmen Pleasures are not forgotten ln an actne vsork day vs orld Svs eet heart Turnabout gnen rn February was a most successful prom Beauty and drgnrty held forth m all glory as these students and therr escorts stepped out w . 4' , .cf P--A. 2' Q -. . Y. .r f ,- - 1 r 4 . .tg Il: 5 -v i 1 x '.' . , . ,. ' ' , .,' '., . ' , . , . , . , . .. . ,. . , . . . .. ' . . Y, . ,1. .A 'I I "x, VA, ' ' ., ' " .'. - t . . , . . . , . .1 - 1 ' Q - v - - ,. "', .122 ',l. 'L ' '.,. '.', . ', , . '.. . . , . . , . . . , I . . . ,, , v - V . . - ,, .Y . V .4 - The re Happ to Act on An Occa lon P T A TEA COMMl'I'l'EE E Schmreger S Stem P Calderon Nlrs De XV1tt Gross bc-my., serxed DARDANELLES Rowl S Olson P Kurth M Wrllrams V Stocco C Svsezey A Rewak E Rasch M Isaacson Row 2 A Zrla M Parlatore B just L Rammrng., G Troesken R Gustafson L Waldwerler B Holmgren j Caso M Vdmrer Rou 3 N Schaffer R Gaus W Drmhaus H Anderson D Schultz E Wrllrams A Hmk A Neal R Bachar j Kolseth F Conrad Mxss Krlburn L Srmonsen Rau 4 R Schrldt D McCartney D Vdeaver A Arntzen C Rrconr A Zrtella juniors and Seniors are ll'lVlICCl to lom the Dardanelles, which IS sponsored by Mlss Florence Kllburn Thrs IS strlctly a service club, though sellmg trckets and servmg the P T A are only part of the everyday lrfe of rts members. They do everythmg m thenr povs er to keep their beloved Stemmetz on nts hrgh pedestal of Servrce and Scholarshrp Page I 33 T, z' , V 3 7 'f f - If as 9 m , . , . , . QA . . H , , , ,, . 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'F ,' 1 4 6 7 Qi? H52 v ' Y 'W . AM m xv 4. a a Mm , V x QM, Q-4, 1 at JW: ' , x .xpgffgaf sf "Q I 1? i SPECIAL COMMITTEE f A .Q-k,.1 FALI. OFFICERS Sirnldingx F. Trumbull. M. Iiehich. D. Davis. -. M eff R. XC Sealed: C. Searls, I.. Morberg, E. Kurgan, G. Amdal. Standing: J. Zaccaria, A. Arntzen, G. Baldowsky. Sr.1fvzl.' D. BI ichuls, Page 1 36 ADVISORY BOARD Sealed: j. Trumbull, F. Trumbull, C. Majewski I.. Sojka. Stlmdir1g.' P. Rizzo, Miss Pearl Dierks Sponsor. PRUSECVTING BOARD Swlul: P. Rizzo, R. Stallman, I.. Sojka. M Robcck. SI.mding.' R. Grossklas, K. Ahlsledt tl. johnson, D. Kumro, I5. Trumbull, C. johnson R. Bubicn. y Bond ale men and Entertalners 0 er Par mn cr B To the members of the F1111 Club goes the credit for rnltratlng and carryrng to a successful finrsh the huge Bond Drne that took place at Sternmetz on February 11 Mr Ramsey, Mlss Cushlng and Mr Dovs ney are sponsors Fl E ART ILD The Fzne Arts Guzld furnlshes talent for the sarlous needs about the school Its membershrp rs not large but wery chorce Mr Wrllard Groom IS the sponsor On oor H Stefansl-ty A bllernberg, j Mroz L Tucker L Carprno H Per manran L Brttenbmder Cenler S Fattes S Paloran Mr Ramsey Miss Rau E Kashul L Buczkew lcz G Bayer G Tarnovs M Ottax uno A lxalaman L Homka FINF ARTS GUILD Yeated H lxroeker V Stocto E XV1l hams B Smrth M Williams B Dlep house Shmdmg F Marshall D Dressler V XV1ebk1ng., L Niahlmann V Mrckus R Schlldt F Lang, N Vuolodkrn D Frrckson A Larson A C arlppo Page I I7 C y . . . V - , . IX l'l'l l'TliC IXI' l'lXfl'T' I" 'vu fl J . ', . ' ' ', . , . , . 1 I , . - D , . . . . .' . 3 o ' 9 Q v, .st Cushing, Mr. Downey, D. Crete. Top 'n' I Q o Q V. , u v , 1- 1 v, ' . ll. ' . , . . - V . .' . 7 , . ' . . ' I ' . , ' . , G , , .I ,y . . 1 . ' .' .. ' , . L , . I A D ', . A , - 4 sv . A , .. ', . 'V I w . . . ' f Q . ' . , . 1 - I Page I 38 T K SELLS jl INIOR SIRVIC I Rru I I XX clsmmlel H acobscn 5 Nl 1rs1g.l1.1 C In conardn X Pctrctu C Hcndtltc Rfu 7 S 'Nxc 1 S N Ir Andcrson 'Nl Qui lco ID Illg, uns rx or c c c 'NlcNlurrn Srcnnfcld UI'I'IC IFRS OI jl INIOR SFRVIK I M Rusm M Nlaka R Le Blanc X Pctrctu IU IOII E VICE It IS hard to s1t st1lI when thoughts are centered upon sellmg tickets for any social eyent at Stemmctz Money I5 a hobby vslth this actne group To sell uckets IS mdeed a supreme joy Sponsored by capable Mlss Mary Collopy thcse students are actnc m hclpmg promote thc success of many affanrs gnen m our school Wnthcrut thclr asslstance vac would bc handl capped more than we realue When the Dardanelles vscrc organucd If xx as exclusncly for oldcr glrls but many of the younger set vsanted to do something too, so the 'Iumor Seruce Club xx as born g, 1 a L ' MIN. I M u M . L - ' rf - I gg I 3 I ,1 ez 4 Q -f .Q I ., em . 4 1 1'.' .. "fa . '.I.lz,"".i. l'l.- ' '. '. A 1 '. 2. V 1 '-.' f..'A-l- sei. rliller, 1. 2 , I , Al" , . Vg' . I5. Ifvxcrl. Rau' 3: I.. Bchnke, M. Malia, Ii. Rcbac'hc'r, j. Tajl , j. jurpllamd. IJ. Ma-hr. If, . 'I S. . ll ', A - l - I ' 1 ' A -K 1 1' Psy JR SERWCE Qs jl NIOR SPRVIC I Rau I D llxorxk D Schcucr I5 l'hcl I3 fhrxslcnscn I Iiallu 'NI Rusln Rau 2 ll Ioucks 'Nllss Collopx R I c Bl mc A Amundscn I I alkcnstcm T lxurzcr I anno S Nlarsh Rru 3 s ug, H1flHLII NI ichumxlm I' Sukrlson C OI I PCTORS Scllul B fhrlstcnscn l Iiulu I' Sackrlson SIIIIIIIIIL ll louclts Nllss follopx JU l0R ERVICE Certain requirements are needed to become a member of this club The glrls must mamtam an E ax erage and must haxe completed at least one year at Stelnmetz or any other hlgh school The three blg projects that the glrls look forvs ard to are the annual Thanksglvmg Collection, the Infantlle Paralysls Drlve and the manage ment of the Freshmen Mothers' Tea Durmg thelr varnous drlves they go through the halls wlth a speclal ndentlfymg piece of headdress to advertlse thelr act1v1ty They are a live and up and commg club Pagv 139 , "Hp ' , e l , 1 F114 g L 3 A " 1' ' V J 1 ' ' 1 I' .1 1 I I e 'f I l nk' 4 , . '.'.':,.."'-,.1-,.Q'--, L J.:-,U :, . M' , . I ' , . 1 ' .' B. jam, D. Cf- fer, Cf. . . tg . . "',l I . .'. ' ' ' u vv 7 , , Pago' I HI ilver treak LAS! l l IZRS Stated: H. Mulch. M. Shumicki. Sitmd- iug: S. Cfordan, l.. Bradtke, T. Gordan, j. Leiber. CQLIQRKS Sfrllllliilgf j. Anderson, R. Gross, F. Rawl- ings. Sculcd.' G. Erickson, E. Huebner, M. Bundola. TYPISTS Lafl to Rigbf: L. Stein, S. Gall, I. Reich. M. Marshall. 1945 Year Book has finally come through. The Staff had many anx- ious moments but the untiring - efforts of Miss Landrigan and Miss McNamara, and all the pupil aid, made it a realization. Mr. Solem, the Photographer, Mr. Hagerty, the Engraver, Mr. Keller, the Printer, and Mr. Beckett, the Cover man - thanks! Miss Blythe directed the Art work in the book, and we proudly take off our hats to her and to her girls, who are responsible for all the beautiful Art in the book and also the cover. CLUB REPORTERS Slanding: J. Stoneberg, D. Dc Silva. LI Moeller. D. McCartney, I.. Thompson. Sealed: -I. VH socki, F. Marshall, j. Lnhus. M jones, R. Bute I'RUUFRIiADIfRS I.c 1 to Right: If. Pankewiu, D Thiel E. Hulschv F. Schmider Lllx Ltcrwn S Nlarsxg ' , , I . . 8 sf L?" ' -if ARTISTS D. XY'allacc, P. Cnnfurri, B.Ri1h, S. Hnycr, M. Lippi, N. Inger hnlm. G. jamhwn. 'Rl -J. -o- Pagv I Il Paqv I I ' They Hitch Their Wagon to a tar 5 'Q- i STAR STA! I- Iartgronml D Sanders A Soykr C Thompson Rau I R Coralskr D Xkrllrams 'Nl Bauer B bthaefer I Barker M fhones Rau N Domme D I-olex P lxral B Oherhubtr B 'Nlarshmenr I Srtnttl R Buhrtn A Haptrom R 7lt'l"l'l6f Vtsrrn Vlatuolr Nl lxopftr Doumo F Wrlk VI AR RPPORT PRS 41141 :utr lr tr rrmr I7 Smdcrs sflllilll I7 Vslllrrms B 'Nllrshmtm XX lk B Nthu. tr N1 K or lhlh IETI TAR Max bt the tspeu rrters IH Room 719 do rattle. maxbf. the supplx of paper dots run out maybe the storrts do tomt rn just before thc dead lrne maxbe the prttures do not alxxaxs tome out perfect but xxhatuer happens the Star nutr falls to bt delrxtrcd on tht appomttd hour XX rth Mrss Frames MtVex as lrtcrarx adwrstr and Nlrss Nlargaret Feelx as busrness manager the mtmbtrs of the staff alxx ass tox er the nuxs 1 f -- n -,, -,- ff? SJ 3 -U as I ' W L n :AJ um., 'K' . .. , .. 2, .. . . '.' . 1' . . ' , r.' ,.x"',..". .. '2.'r'. ', ,Q Sf. 'ff NLBQ '.I..Bz k'.l5d4m . ..N. ' . f. 1'g.' . 'A . .1 a ' . I2 'vi '. .'f'.1. Qh les. w 1 1, r A J - 1 - -I ' 1- ' 1 1- - 1 1 ' " ' . . 1- - - - '1- - 1 I ' - 1 1 1 l 1- s 4 ' ' 1 " 1 - - - 1 1 ' - 1 1-1 ' j'j . ' A 1.'A A A I A , 1 . , A ., , A A , , , . f- l 1- 1 1 1 1- '1- ' -f-- - ' 1-- . t , 1 . . 1 - Sbl'l'lN-STEN Rau' I: C. La Salle. li, Krase. l.. Harp I Nl. Hulseherg. Set.. l.0lWL1s. I res.. M. Sturm. Vice Pres., lf. Miller. Treas. Rau' 2: lf. lfrihorg. G. Troesken. l.. Peterson, Ci Hruska, M. jones. li. Baumgurtner. l. Reich, Rau' 3: A. Annihuldi. M. Hansen, li. Erickson, j. Youngherg. hliss Yatiglmn, Mrs. Beach, V, Peterson. G. Bnltlmssky. F. Dixon. BI. I.iehich. l5l4SlNlfS5 STAFF Rau' I: S, Kuhlmeier. Ly. Knott. Adv.. j. Mattioli, Bus. Mgr.. M. Chones. Adv.. B. Houlherg. Rau' 2: B. Don- nom, E. lialdi. V. Horxuuh, li. Zidek. E. Steele. Ii. Lang. P. Zapatka. Ci. Troesken. STAR R lc PRFSlzN'I'A'I'l V FS Kou' I: M. lsaarson. M. Rusin. R. Haglian, M. jerahek, K. Hess. Rou' 2: lf, lliaker. Broseghini. XV. Burke. Trumbull, li. NX'it!c. Rau' 3: R. liiinsski, N. llomine. F. Predny, M. Sanders. F. Spann. H. Mulch. 'lElN- TE This club of girls is always very popular because it is to them everyone goes when work is to be stenciled aww W and mimeographed. As there is much of this work to be done, these girls are kept busy. Miss Vaughan and Mrs. Beach direct the activities of the group. Their work does not always get in the limelight, but it is being done quietly and effectively. Page' I 18 Page I II Pa LATIN CLL'B Rau' I: j. Taylor. R. Monaco. F. Zapatka, j. Scalzitti. V. johnson, L. Griner, A. Revak. B. Field -I. Bjornestad, G. Clausen. Rau' 2: F. Bochte, H. XY'est, D. lden, D. Swan. C. Searls. ll. Kolar. I. Malkiewicz, S. Field, F. Nardella, M. Fisher. Rau' 3: V. Ritis, R. Ricci, tl. jones, C. Tihhetts B. Ramagnano, l.. Lomhardo, l. Peterson, A. Ruschke, M. Melka, M. Dulen. Roll' 4: B. l.enski V. Garrow. R. Alexander. l.. Spooner, ll. Larson. P. Neder, L. Oftedahl, M. Basso, C. Nelson B. lNlcFvoy. Rou' 5: F. Reininger, VU. Trumpet, L. Kreuz, I.. Sundherg, H. Rohecli, M Beaudoin, A. Slritzel, D. Rihachuk, H. Sanichas. M. Maka. Rau' 6: B. Rehacher, D. Maehr D. Stennfeld, D. Higgins. A. Botheroyd, D. Clouston, R. Reinel, M. Rekve, M. Finlayson F. Billiat. Rau' 7: B. Bresnahan, F. Boudreau, D. Ames. C. Gabriel, G. Harte, C. Keske H. Ross, L. Matthiesen, ll. Humenick, T. Koruz. Rau' 8: -I. Hochhaum. H. Schillmoeller D. Mackey, N. Mitchell, li. Volker, j. johnson, -I. Grande, H. Stair, I.. Klekamp, T. Kokoruz Rau' 9: J. Rosson, A. La Pietra, XXL Peterson, A. Matanky, R. Darre, NW. Ritchey. Rou' III: in Terra Can't Come Too oon - 5 ROMAN XVFDDING G. XY'eaver, C. Crepas, j. Neumer, G Amdal, H. Schubert. C. Guthherlet, C Brusenhach, XY. Briney, B. Reuks, -I Sloan, A. Kalenian, D. XYZ-aver, F Anderson, P. Lucas, M. Kohelinski, VC' Tanner, C. Chapman, S. johnson, J McBride, F. Hammer, C. Di Leonardi G. Anderson. LATI CL B Preceding the Christmas holidays, the language classes carried out at Steinmetz the tradition of singing carols in the various tongues, throughout the halls. The Latin Club came forth with its usual Adeste Fidelis, and Gaudium Mundo. Christmas Eve a group of them met outside of Mr. O'Hearn's residence and serenaded him. The play that they gave in which the Roman wedding was featured was one of their outstanding achievements. OFFICERS OF LATIN CLUB li. Jacobsen, Mrs. Hadley, spon sor, C. Searls, Miss Viehoff, co sponsor, C. Gabriel, A. Revak. Rau' I: H. Eck, G. Blazek, A. Sadowski, H. Beck, G. Newman, M. Boras, J. Ruoti. D. Greene G. Urban, P. Zapatka. Row 2: J. Hupert, J. Anderson, M. Johnson, J. Grimm, R. Godlewslu F. Kolinski, G. Kaya, D. Potempa, J. Frisk, A. Tresselt. Rau' 3: M. Motykiewicz, R. Simonian P. Grider, T. Johnson, D. Sloan, W. Johns, M. Stevenson, P. Grauman, C. XViberg. Rott' 4: V. Bjork, L. Buetow, D. Gast, C. Dobner, J. Walters, S. Waller, M. Tavitian, V. Belcaster. D. Cucka. Row 5: B. Kirchner, R. Nygren, E. Collins, M. Flynn, M. Garbark, J. Mason. D Froehbrodt, R. Zawiski, L. Byloff, F. Santopa, A. Schroeder, G. Kezios. Rau' 6: H. Schrope D. Spantikow, M. Wfroblewski, N. Neilsen, N. Rodman, E. Steib, A. Soderholm, P. O'Neill P. Darbyshire, J. Rodman. Rou' 7: L. Schilling, R. Bielawa, S. Jackson, C. Doran, J. Ludmann R. Demnicki, R. Williams, D. Ward, R. Wroblewski. Rau' H: C. Morey, W. Kohlin, J. Connery D. Huelke, D. Schmidt, F. Folena, B. Domek. A Roman Holida Will Usher in the Peace um cum During the current school year the Latin classes, sponsored by Mrs. Lillian Hadley and Miss Louise Viehoif, studied some Greek mythology, history and customs. This study formed the basis for material for club programs. Socrates, Aristotle, Demosthenes and Homer were topics. The club celebrated the Saturnalia three days in accordance with the old Roman custom established by Augustus whereby the period was reduced from seven to three days. Page 145 La lie ta del Belle y Canelen Alegre In emma lm mtllnmi S Stein lxe x -X Rusin I Nlorbere, Ryu I XI Sent e ite 1 ie sen one 1 it ri en nu S Schulze me o X Shuniit i Bootle l Sehmieeer P lrrielesen R114 i , e umson Nlohau R x Nl liehnlee N XX ieblting, C XIILVK S Page- I I6 f Iumlme ID un 1 r lj Nl Shumielu o nson X ite a 'N levss i Sehnneeer 1 Nlohmk Rn lr Bonelli Behnlxe Smd 1 X XX ieblung, Boocle Sealed Im zoflumel A Rusm L Nlorberg, S Stem Scand N1 Senelee S Nielsen R Vsensel lxellx j Phelan lnnlme S e u IL Hartnett Put ln P Prielesen Nliss fhorsson PAN AVIERICA LL ll Although it is outwardly gay and festive the Pan American Club has a serious purpose-to bring a better understanding of Latin American culture and customs to the school children of Chicago. Nliss Evelvn Thorsson started the club and has been its sponsor ever since. The club has always been an active member of the National Student Pan American league. Vifhen the members dance the Conga they give the audience a thrill. The French clubs are three 1n number Mxss Irene Sechler, the teacher of French sponsors all of them They haxe taken on sarnous prolects of seruce and recened cspcual recognltron for the bug part that they had 1n thc sale of War Bonds nn our recent Bond campaxgn IA HHRDI IRANKF Ofznrs R Cntfurd Cstattd X xIlLlxUS uhnsun Nl lxtnnuls Rau I X .xr I n R Xlscst C Was! 'Nl Sutrmt, aus :ntl au N 'Nahahtc mn Chtls ll unk lr XX1 lnms I XX 1 1 ns Xultntmo XX Brunel txt ll 1 IA FIFLR DF Ilb 0 Izcrs A Fnguall X P Sampou Prtsrdent D Smith Treas R Budatkl S t tx Rau I B Hurd I XX exsmantel tu er L C reen B Bmdersen Rau 7 F Thxflult li Perrx I ilar L B. Tlchawa, C.. I' vos, C.. lxuhlem- er I.. lhrrisun. Rau' 3: li. Prcdny, N. Shelton . Burtal, Cf. Yufcio K. Kirchvop,el Rcnsner, Nliss Sea.-hler. . Peterson If Snow. lfNTRlf YOVS au'1.' .. Q' ". Q. ir"- li. Hur , Lippi, D. lluynn. R. Cfhramcr. Rfu' -: Y envy. Nl. Nliller, F. Kas u , I.. Taylor, . Iu on, H. Sutton, Kar-rmarek Rau' 3: M. Quilitn, G. Di Marten, Ii. Ramat, C. Tcgttur, C. Stulling, li. Bnldi, j Long, Nyhus, l.. Simunscn, B. Marsh ment, B. Rith. l Page I I 7 GI 0 lllfll Ffllllfll lltllfllllllll 1.1 .A l '. . I. fr B. . ID , , H' , I. H' , A . .L ' ' . 'h' 1 l. Iii '. R ' 2: ' 'l" . V. Mi - , . lf , f. 'nl 'L . .. "2 n l- crs, CQ. Palumbo. Rau' 3: Miss Scthlcr, fn. Ula , 'L ' A , Q h AA l. l.. uyg jizln. fl " -' - - ' ' , '- -- J- -1 . ll. Ta h . . 2 , . J ' . '..: .. 1' A , . .. Q' k ', ' I -Cl ' ' Li , A I , 1 , lil A I . R I Slstals C C ut, d M 1 7 . H I . . h l j I tt XX Glorlou Amorloa Wo Dance Ill Your Honor INH l'uq0 I HI INH C P HLLB The Polrsh Llub has had four spon5or5 and eaeh one hab brought aomethrng nexx to the elub M155 ean Bogoxxrez IS nts late5t drreetor The boxs rn serxree are nexer forgotten bx these zealous xoung follx Holrdax boxes and eards are bent all oxer the xxorld to former members of thrs elub xx ho are noxx rn Lnele Sam s elub Thex are one of the elubs xx ho reeerxed honorable mentron for therr sale of XX ar Bonds 1n our Teen Age Bond rallx held on Sundax Februarx ll 1945 Thu group has done a great deal to brrng the eommunxtx and home ID eloser relatronshrp III oxxxlu 111111 nu 1 ll ll X lxllx XX l rw llLl Lllll fll YP xxltl IU llllll NILXX '1 en xrroxxxr lx r11x 1 fllllx lxxtlx Xl lxulel elx ee o l1xxLexx1e1 Illll ULF fill ul lu ut 1 NIKILPIUI elxn lxr r1m u 1 remplxe l X 1 xe 81111111 L ll S1 u yr elx o Lll s 1 XX tra 1 lx rl xx me oxem xxx x 1 111 xx x 1 me Llfllllll 1 1 x 1 l l'll1 xxx. lxetehm lrlx l 7 I1 -X ll ll'iklxlLXXl1l 114 V xx rm oxxx 1 S u osrlx Xl Xl eh 1l lx l l711ecl11e N X1 LILI Rau 7 Nlkltb oxxs 1 lr N orr UI me x uehi l 13 ms ill li lxormr HX esoloxxxlu li R tmp 1 lrrrtr O O 0 9 POI.. fl.l'l'l In ' 01111115 XX, Iii- .lx. ll. 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R Barlle R Brlnau B Stranges Rau 4 A Colauonctnza F Cetthmn A Arquxlla A Sanulh R Baffa R Caten azzo Rou D A Pastore S Intrema Clalluno Rau 6 A Clnnala Nl Spun elh V Petrcm Marthue C Batusta R D1Tard1 A Yltella R Moruu .Sealed Rau I N Amhrosme A Menottx T l'alLone 1 Pmelll C, PICLILILJ Rau 7 F Tahari C Vasu I Fxormx L 'Nlnd dona j L19f.,1..l Rau 3 J Tagllerc G Flamnnl Calauncenzo F Pelhzzarl Rau 4 N Domme L Rosl A Pettenuzzo A Santangelo A Nero E Rossa Rau 7 R Beulatqua L Wlardegan F Cxullu Nlrs S Taglm H Dona telll T Paxone DA TIA Itahan culture vull lnve on m the hearts of these fine young people Sponsored by Mrs Santa Taglla, thus orgamzatlon gams pleasure m remem bermg our boys far avsay from friends Cheery letters are sent to them and takes and cookles are shlpped regularly They, too, promote the sale of War Bonds and Stamps The meetmgs are conducted entnrely nn the Italnan language Who can tell some day some of them may be summoned to act as mterpreters after the bloodshed has ended and peatc clouds loom agam, xxhlth tnme vue hope IS not far dnstant Page I I0 O C I I 1 A' A' F S -S b '44 A . --Y , . .D , . j fi , .1 ' '. '. ' . . ri- ' .' U. . l l' . . A D' ' , . - ' ', . ' . ' .' . F d - ' I ', . X' ' I, . A I, K. ' . ..'. ' H - . -J. U 4 g- ' ', . lg 1- 1 U ., . , I ' , s T, Slrmdingx R. Cimino, M. Traper, R. Caruso, V. -V ' ' ', . ' , . l l, . .l . -' . ' l, F ' -' ' .' . I , . V I -.' 4. I y . L 1 F S, . U . -, . A . ' Q 1 I ,,-. ' 1' u I Y . A, S- I ' 'y ' 'S , . . .. ' .' Lv. .4 . y . .Q-, - , . I 1 L . v , 4 .F., '. ' -1. . vt S V, 4 r.',.I' - y ' 7 , , ,, Busy Boxing Goodie ior Our Buddie Top Rau D Beke R Nolte XV Wnlstmn R VJCCRCYIID D Bartsth B jahnke I' Sthnexdcr P C1eorg.,e O Holm he-rg. -I Herdegen T Cmenuk Ix Schonthoom Culltr F Yahn lx Cfartntr D Ixnudsen D Sthmldt I Goetz B Oberhuher L Sthroer I Boettther A Hofmann C Sealed R BHIICX I XXEISHNIHICI -I Madej R Vselle I Hmdtrtr C Mutr B Hammanp. D Hadeler OHHIC IRS OI VIHIN XIHRHIN T Gtnuk Sp.: at Arms I hour Set H Oherhuher Pres D Xleekerlm Treas L Vuelsnuntel Xue Pres Arlnxlj Prrlure R Baxlex B Oherhuher H Ixullmann Ix Arnuen Page I 10 Mrs Lydia Fausel, Sponsor of Stem Verem moves the club onvs ard to greater seruce Boys ID seruce can attest to thxs Alva ays on the gnmg sxde, seldom on the askmg that s the Stem Veremers They have therr fun too and thelr frolncs, and vshat club xx ouldn t vuth a sponsor llke they haue? They hawe furnished some very humorous programs and every body enjoyed them 5 1 F . .Y-Q . 'V ' I . . at Schwenn, D. Schoefernacker, E. Nagel, Mrs. Fausel. -'l' ' .' . 'A,'. - , .7 ' , l. I I If I The Fun- Iaker Are Preparing urprises I-DFIXXH95 VFRHIN Dimrrr I Hchn Rear M Weiszmann C lxrltlovs R Nlaicr H Ohcrmaicr C Herrmann XX XVilson R bchvneclt Cerner Rou F lxlein A Roch C1 lxelle D Dtbler R Hornhergtr S Lange 'Nlrs Irlusel R Biowslti R Fithstaedt Iron! Rau H Plamheck C bvsohoda R Troesken P Lang., R Mitchell I Rammmt, L Hehn PDFLXXFISS VFRHIN OFHC FRS C Herrmann Pres H Obermaicr Xiu. Pru I Hchn Qu Svsoboda Trtas R Schvsedc Sgt .1tArms EDELWEISS VEREI The Edelvseiss Verem has been developed from a selected group of advanced German pupils taken from the German classes During this period of War Effort, this club has been outstandingly consistent in fur nishing candy, cake and other goodies for the lJ.S.O. and for Chicagos Service Mens Center. In former years they spent their time, effort and money by making things for the soldiers at Hines Hospital. When peace comes once again, this busy club will turn their attention again to hospitals where many of our boys will welcome their visits. Page 151 3 CLUB OFFICERS A. Chabas, G. Amdal. Mr. Ferdman, D. XYZ-aver, A. Anni- baldi. Lell: A. Annibaldi. P. Calderon. Riglvl: Rou' I: I.. Sea- borg, S. Stein, M. Liebich. Rau 2: D. XYi-ming, A. Pago' I 52 F. Bonelli, A. Miller. Rau' 5: P. Grimm, I.. Sojka, A. Leth, B. Nwilson, V. Mickus. Rau' I: L. Nelson, T. Mohawk, I.. Preiss. A. Saks. G. Bayer. Rau' 2: F. Schmieger, V. Smallwood, tl. Salach, C. McLean, R. Golterman. Rau' 3: D. Hmlvarsen, R. Christensen, G. johnson. H. Gundlach. ALCHEM Tlll CLUB Pupils interested in chemistry find an outlet to their curiosity by joining Rusin, the Alchemstein Club. This year the club has grown in membershipg the War has emphasized the importance of Chemistry and boys especially want to know more about it. Mr. jacob Ferdman is the sponsor of the club and his unusual enthusiasm has done much to stimulate interest in the organization. The Christmas tree that you see to the left is decorated with chemical ornaments made by the Alchemstein Club. Clean- p Club in Action CLEAN l.'P OFFICERS A. Vfrighl, SCC.. Nl. Henne, Yitc Pres. H. 5uk,isl.ir1. Pres.. Mr. Chidester, Cr. Passari, Treas. Mr. Chidester and the officers of the Clean-ljp Club made the front page of the Star. in the recent paper drive. l"oreground.' C. Creve, Adams. Mrol. Roll' lx CQ. De Marco, j. Bunger, M. Liehich, F. Sprowure, D. Tunison. Rau' Z: j. Lieske, S. Swanstrom. j. XX'cstin. The club has taken full responsibility for all the paper collection in and about school and it was no easy task. Now and then scrapped comic strips halted the work, as you notice. Rau' I: R. Rosenfeld, M, Lannoyc. Al. Slezak. Y. XY'oodw.1rtl. Rau' 2: M. Schulte. P. Satkrison, CQ, I.og.1n. Rau' 35 R, Biowski, D. Garb, M. Seneke. Bag after bag was filled by the girls and hauled out by the boys. Fun and work went hand in hand. -1 He Who Passes Wlthout a Pass Passes Not Hall Guard lxucera IDNPLKIIFII. the pass ot NI Nlrhalek ,A nu I c QJSIL cm c rlc c ncc son cc c ou lclp r Cu o o lilduto 'X has .lrl cmpr I mdc ll lx 0 H Rau 4 5 lrlcfell H lrlnlcovssln I Purnclcl Nl Scnclcc ll Anccrhofcr N rrtmm ll nu mn nn c son H rr 1 Rou 4 1 1 rr rmccs C lsll IILII C ompson K N x ccr ll C uncllxch ou ll rmiu cn mo mccr nu s u 1 n 4 1 ll Il I P DC l R bcrl H Imrcncc HAL l All ll Hall Guards are a wry :mp 5, ortant co Y m the vs hcel of success ln am school Mr Hcrrlcls, superusor of hall Courtesy and dccorum srrncs continually to lcccp thc corridors ordcrly and ncat Hrs grcat band of xxorlccrs rogcthcr such thc tcachcrs m chargc of corrldors arc plcascd such thc rcsults this scar but rhcs .um for cxcn hcttcr oncs ncxt scar Guards gnc up onc of thclr studs pcrnods to rcmam ln thc halls to sce that all ns xxcll at thc parucular post to XNl'llLh they are asslgncd Thu haxc an xmportant task 0 9 . all esel as ' S c I , xl' f A P R ' .' V.l31l" 'r.l7.l,' F4-cl'.R.A lar .l:.Bfli'r. R '23 0.0. Pot' 1, .. Dc -. . llxornk. A. Ggclula. R u' 3: l ll t n. tl. :Q . . . imp' ', .af cam. Rfll- Afrs. hal, 1.. xx'n"f'-5. J. FR lcl' fa. N-1,' frgf ' lc nf nf SIAA",l.S'kLl",l.Tl1 . , 1.rlc'.'l'A. .1 4'. R 4'.'l7.C1lals,R. I3 ' 1 l. Vail' ll , ll. S 1 l' . R 'Sf R. Kc ml li, R. firm h , H. lloltcrh ull, I.. la lclc. Ro ": .lc iruco, . - wr. . .a - -. L ' l I Clang Clang Clang Goe the Flre Gong Rau I R Loderhosc C Mclean F Prxborg, A Casparl OFFICF MFSSFNC FRS M Chones S bwanstrom R Parlnan Mr Herrntk Rau R Pease R Mahan D Thomas V wlebkmk salant Rau 3 W Tanner XX Wnlson P Cangelosl D Mlchels D Davis Rau 4 R Chrxstensen H Satton F Pantus C Rodovsskr H Mulch Rau 5 H Gundlach G Skladzlen A Saks R Rosenfeld D Tumson Rau 6 A Anderson R Brettman R Grossklas D Vlvona IN Bullock Rau 7 A Mlller C Rauchenberger D Zleker G Bayer L Prerss Rau 8 G Amdal G McAleer W Burkhardt F johnson R Golterman Rau 9 G Ols zovwka W Burke C Fromm Rau I0 j Tsouchlos E Janck G Yanck L Colby Rau 11 j Kucera D Nolte L Nolte D Halworsen FIRE MARSHALS and MESSENGERS Wlth the sound of the fire gong, loud and shrlll, out from the many rooms burst forth the Marshals, prepared to serve and observe, ready to dxrect and correct all detalls connected wlth fire drllls They have to know the fire rules, and Mr Walter Herrlck sees to nt that they do Office messengers are fevs m number but are m big demand these days when packages and letters must get to xmportant destinations at certam tlmes Page Io.. 0 I . - I X 31 . -,'. ', .QJ ', . . . 3. L - L - s 1 ' ' ' ' ' . . . . ., . . , . , . . A h a ,, V 2: V. Mrckus, E. Hofer, 5. Holmes, R. Brmau, j. Bono- ' ' ' ' Y 4 ' 1' f 1 '74 1 , . 1 , g . , . .. ' .' . , f' , . , . , . ' , . ' . ' .' . Q . . I 0 . , . , . , . . . , . , . . . , . , . , . . . . , . , . , Y ' , . ' ' I . , . . . . , . , . , . . , . , . . . . ' , . , . . ' I . , . 9 4 4 5 n yu V 1' Q , - , . , . ' . Y . . . . PF 1 . m. Y va. ...ff Green Curtain This is the oldest Dramatic Club of the School. It has always come forth with productions on a high level. They have been waiting anxiously for the day when the stage is equipped with a sprinkling apparatus so that they can once again put on their big Annual Show. This year they enter- tained the P.T.A. with a play called, "l Pledge Allegiance." Miss Viehoff is their sponsor and they are all fond of her. Page' 156 l'j1pw' Piflurc Rau' I: A. Annibaldi, A. Lysfjord. l.. Mahlmunn. li Schmider. H. Schubert. li. Kurgan, B. Marshmcnr. j. XVestin. j. Kolseth, IJ. Cieisscr. Rau' 2: R. Klein, H. Bernreurur, 5. Swanstorm, G Hruska, Y. Pietras. li. Brooks, B. XVoodworth, R. Stendor, j Scheuneman. E. Huseby, A. Chaban, D. Crestani. j. Mattioli M. Handley. G. Erickson. Rau' 3: S. XVilliams, M. XY'illiams R. Rizzo. j. Bunger. A. Vfright, G. Passeri, H. Sukasian, B. Smirh, M. Henne, P. Vfard. K. Carney, C. Swanson, G. Troe skin. j. Bachnmn. Iioregrumnl. Miss Vieholl. f.t'IllL'l' Riglvt lu rlmir: H. Schubert. lu nf.1r.' P. XX'ard, lf. Schmider. j. Neu mer. Ar riglafx j. Kolserh. L. Mahlmann. A. Annibaldi. Barium Riglvl Se.1lf.fa'.- S. Vfellhausen, K. Carney. H. Schubert. Slrmdings P. Wkrrd. I.. Mahlmann. Neumer. lu rl1.1ir'.' B. Vfoodworth. Ufflrwzi-liollwrl Lcfl Al pimms Hachman. Treas. Sttnnliugz lf. Schmiclcr. Pres. M. lmonutti, Y. Pres., lf. Kurgan. Sedty. Kolseth, Mattioli social rommiucc. Bright Llght oi cholar hlp and Culture NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY To achrexe membershrp rn thrs socretx IS an honor vxell xx orth strrxrng for It requrres hrgh scholastrc ax erage, outstandrng serxrce and honorable character Miss Bertha Braddock and Mrss Margaret Boller are tts present sponsors Each year the membershrp mcreases xx hrch rndlcates that more and more puprls are HDXIOUS to excel Battam P11 lure Rau I B Antonsen NI Williams 'N Domrne F Durachta C, Troesken R NX ard Rau B just -I Salness D Burtscher M jerahek j Scharrms. L Searls I Buukrexxrcr j Bunccr Yvxrerzxckr S Stem NI Caccaxarl L SIITIUHSCH A jensen Rau 3 D Tempenar R Vensel L Xkaldvxerler 'NI Nlalme P Calderon C Simms D Errckson R Splller Nl Taxman F Grerlrk P frulla R Chrxstensen X Szxmuxk R Bachar 'I Laufer N Pretras B Anderson Nlrss Braddock I. Fuchs A Lxsfjord Rau -I C Rara S Olson A Stenrel I Cnza F Brooks B Schaefer F Schmrder C Ixeske D MCC arrnex A Burgstrom C1 Amdal XX Ixast T Bros sard R Golterman C Baxcr I- lang, I ones F Schmreger M Ducar P Crrmm D frm mcrman l pper Pulnre Riu I N Stocco M XXIIIILI' R Custafson A Berger lx Kolseth A lltclln Ilnumo ss Rau Z A nk R us os cr Conra Sthlldt D Veaxcr I Homka Miss Braddock A Arnlzen I3 Conrad Riu 3 R SLXIWIIISIXI I ohnson l Amundsen l'aqv I 07 0 O l . I ' . A . A , . , , .. S. . ' . . . . . ' ' . .. ' I . an , . -, , , I. 't' "-". . , . . I. I '-. . V . 1' .' '. H, . 7' ', . I.' . . ' , '. . , 1" ,-I. Ca... ' .' . Hi , . Gu , If. Iinochs, A. I. acco, I.. jahnkc, A. Neal. Ii. Q 'd. R. ..I . .. . 4, , . ' ' -.5 J Y ' . .E g .2 x , 'I ' 'T Pago' I nil O zrers '48 Rou. I R Wcst Cu West B Smith T Fricano C Hamm B Risvwold F Kennedy L Cramer D Swan D Smmo Rau 2 R Frontzak F Friborg, W Burke IN Schaffer L Keller M Miss Ricdmlller Miss Kilgour M Hclgrcn A Iarson j Duff Miss McVey Miss V1ehoFf Mrs Whalcn Mr Hcrrlck j Bcckcr lx Vcggchcrgc Rau 4 C Wilson A Barnas C Pcshek N Hcnrikscn I Waldwcllcr M Svscis L Buukievucz H Ross R lxeller 5 Alexander M Lonohow CAR ROT TOPS At the suggestion of our former principal, Mr O Hearn, the Carrot Tops club vs as organized m the spring of 1944 Under the sponsorship of Miss Frances McVey, these redheads are intent upon keeping Stemmetz beautiful They are largely concerned with the campus As this is a club for redheads only, all of its members must haxe red hair and likewise the teachers who belong We hase often heard that red hair is linked mth intelligence Since we have become acquainted with the Carrot Tops club vse bellewe that there is more truth than poetry in the saying U4 . A - we--i A , " f 'I-fi Fiksdal, D. Wiggins, R. Alexander, D. Foley, V. Bjork. Row 3: L. Matthiessen, Miss Rompf, Flame That Do ot Burn 5131? J ' Ceuler Riglwl 4 Al File: Rou' lx M. Severinghaus, V. Barton, D, Lizon. ' zu' Rau' Z: I.. Stuhlfauth, V. Belcasler, N, Klein, j. Pfaffen . " duff, l.. Nicholson. 'I' I pper Rigbl 'N RL'ft'l'L'IIfil' f.oruer.' liriede, H. lflarlolucci, N. Safford. R A. l.n Puglia, F. Hurd, Mrs. Carlson. Cfirrle Pirlure Al the ruse: I.. Strai, j. Grimm, T. johnsen, D. Mittricker, R. Anderson, V. Sass, P. Zapatka, I.. Mufti. V Louwr Left l pper Left C.ouf1ler.' Row l.' F. Enochs, Mrs. Dihelka, I.. Oftedahl, S. Stein, R. Campo, B. libel, A. Sadowski, P. Anderson, ll. Ritis. Rou' 2: li. Schmieger, C. Brug- gemann, ll. Glans, E. Billiat, D. Carpino. Reading Corner: Snwding: j. Stranges, S. Hartig, J Higgins, XV. Saunders. Smtezlx F. Facenda, M. jordan j. llautel, ll. Hochbaum. M. Serio, G. Krell. Ian Face, Iany Phases, Many Phrases LIBRARY Opportunity knocks at the minds of students who are thirsty for knowledge and know where to find it. Our library is filled to over- flowing with the books and magazines that will satisfy the needs of all. Pupils who are looking forward to becoming librarians belong to this club. Mrs. Diebelka is their sponsor, and she does a good job of it. l.e Blanc. j. Brentano, V. Allen, Ci. Martinus, P. brider. M. Benedetto, D. Ciorha. Al lable: B. Hurd, D. Palcer. Page I 59 Lunch Room The lunch room is a busy place xx hen all the hungry Steintnetzers come to appease their appetites. Florence Petree, one of the cashiers is husy arranging the salad tahles to tempt the memhers of the faculty. The hamhurger stand is about the most popular place in the lunch room. The ladies can't make them fast enough. They sizzle and sputter and send forth a teasing aroma. Nliss Blake xx hose head you see was hack in the corner is the manager of this xx ell-kept eating house. Het' ahle workers are pleasant and attractive. The G1 e Thelr All to chool and Countr PARENT TEACHER ASSOCIATION Wrth the adyent of our new prrnupal Sternmetz P T A launehed an era of great aetruty Our PTA always an rncentlye tovsard aehreyements, thrs year has sys ept on to greater accomplrshments Among the year s super feats yy ere Broadcastrng and Recording lrfe of Stemmetz Burlesque on Opera Mammoth Bond Drrye Shovy Sponsor of Teen Canteen Home Talent Shovs, new membershrp retord of 670 We fondly hope that we haye cemented a brt more Frrmly the splrrt of unlson hetvseen our organrzatron and our thrldren the teen agers Parent Yedrlur Astor 1.111011 Collar Le t Rau I Mrs l' Bollmmn 'Nlrs A Nloore Nlrs C1 XX ahlstedr Nlrs Nl F Stun Presrdem Nlrs I' Trlehel Faeulu Represtntatne Nlrs 0 Nlutller Rau 2 Mrs R Nreholson Mrs C Qprrglngs Nlrs VL Budde Mrs H Nrelsen Wlrs Ottman Mrs XX Brerlsprether 'Nlrs S Drephouse Nlrs D Crross 'Nlrs l Parks Mrs O Pferifer Wlrs l Hayden Nlrs K Houtsmger Mrs lr lrrnsum. Vlrs I Perthnls 'Nlrs lr Masue Ofnur lflfnr L11 tulul 'Nlrs 'Nl Stun Nlrs C Mueller Mrs lr Trlehe SIIIIKIHIL rs Nloore Nlrs C XX uhlste t Mrs l llollmm Page 161 C O Y . I 'A A ' . 'I 1- 4 ' ' J . . . . A ' dn A n 4, ' ' I . . , . , 'a f V vs ll ' I9 ' r . V - ' ' ' 'A ' rs ' 1 - .. v. ' 1 A JA , A ' , .. , . . , WZ T ,ig . 1.1 ..r -.r .r .r.. ' .' r , .."' . . .. Q. . "' '.. r , '. . . r ,1.-I. ', ... , -.. .. Rau' 3: Mrs. F. McCarthy, Mrs. H. Swideck. Mrs. F. Olson, Mrs. J. Stenrel. . ' ,, ... .r ..7. a.',. ..i, "'. . 3, 1--k. , . f' . . f-- A rf T V y , -". Sf f.' r ..r .l-.. - .r .1. --, ... "l. . r gr M. A. . '. r . i. 'H ,-d. .2 1. I ' si i 1, 0- . I A , ., . F, . , . . . , r V' ' I ' The Too er e Who ta at Home and Work MINUTE MEN The Minute Men as the name suggests are ready on a minute's notice to take up arms in new endeavors to further the sale of Bonds and War Stamps. Miss Lois Bergh and Mr. Ruzicka are their enthusiastic leaders. They work to keep the Minute Men Flag flying over beloved Steinmetz. Good luck to them! Minute Men--Lower Rau' If S. Sunseri, G. West. R. Ringlund. F. Seaborg, M. johnson, -I. Holmgren, S. Swing, j. Mroz. Rau' 2: N. Fucciolo, K. Hess, S. Fiducci, T. Deger, M. Ernst, j. Salness, G. Grcmpke, -I. Friedc, S. Iverson, P. Zaparka. Rau- 3: l. Koralik, E. Predny, M. Markovitch, M. Finlayson, Ci. Hruska, R. Young, Miss Bergh, Mr. Ruzicka, H. Burmeister, D. Mittricker, B. jones, R. Okulski, XV. Straessle, M. Sevringhaus. Rou' 4: D. Zieker, K. Veggeherg, F. Henrikson, A. Gowdy, D. Rc-jman, L. Vifysocki, B. Rudolph, R. Vernon, j. Neal, M. Malme, G. NX'eier. Aliilllft' Afvu Offircrs-fpper' l:0Yl'gl'0llllll.' li. Seahorg, President. Lzfff: N. Fucciolo, Treus., S. Iverson, V. P., Ci. Vfeier, SeC'tv. Earl Tramee ln lllllce Trzumng OFFICE SERVICE CLUB Nlembers of the aboxe dub gne up a pernod a day to take ow er clerrcal dutres rn the oflice, and wsrth xarrous teachers who need extra help They learn the Hnesse of proper office dress and deportment In return for their sersrce they recerse three servrce pomts Mrss Orphan Rompf has been nts sponsor since 1ts mceptron L pper Rlgbf II offers rn Room 1311 Poregromld L Fall-mor Seated NI Coppola Strmdmg D Hrpgrns F folondo C Thompson D Dalex At phone L Barn fellier BelJ1mlColmltr I Ixexvxauka NI RobeLk Ifrltkson 5 Harsh P Slturo I Ixoralrk In Iron! o fbllllllf I Trths AI Dfarl Boxes F Prednx ID 'Nrtholson Perlltk Bollom In tln Ad1usImenlOH1re 5 Snell R Gustafson IN INLII Frrcano I7 Taxlor U rrtmg D Woods In ron! o fouuler P sen A Tresselt M Hulsthery, Slrmduzg, Mtfirrde NI Anderson Brbnzd 101111147 C Arun A Barrel Wharton A Gord Shumxtkr A -IHSIFISICI Slovu R Paule IJ flair Pager 163 C 0 I l 0 I 1 V - ' , ' . 1 ' Lppfr Left In Main Ollircs At Typewrifer: A. Arntzen. At Bullelin Board: T. . ' ..., ' . J. . ' . . ' . . - ' . . I, ' N IK x 4, - I ' I -, A Ad? . L Talon! 1.1115-lvfllllpl' Pitture E. Schmider. R. Vfest. F. Lang. Ci. Vfest. Ifaregrouml C. Simms, V. Szymczyk. Slizndingx T. Pethes, L. Mahl mann. M. Kohelinski, B. Smith. M. XY'illiams. A. Zitella L. Druss. Bottom Lcfl Tulull Club Pt'1'f'0P'lIlt1'.Y.' li. Pethes. A. Zitelln. L. Druss Bottom Right 14.11011 Club Ofliivrx: M. Kohelinski, H. Smith. Miss Vie holT, Sponsor. 1' Q 'qu' 1 so' up Q0 4 f Q 'ICQ N-15" Page I 6 I E ery Cloud lla a ilver Lining TALENT CLUB In 1945-44, the nucleus of the Talent Club, then called the Speakers' Bureau, was formed. Miss Louise Viehoff saw promising possibilities in these clever entertainers and organized out of it a group that goes about giving plays and sketches. Their work has taken them to Fort Sheridan and The Great Lakes Training Station. The Red Cross has granted them this permission. I am sure the young boys must enjoy these wholesome young people. They are refreshing. lea urement Countg Literature Enriche MATH CLUB AND AS WE LIKE IT Nayrgatlon and the use of rnstruments connected vuth lt 15 the toplc chosen by the Nlath Club thrs year Lnder the gurdance of Mass Ioma Rehm the club cndeay ors to foster mterest ln mathematrcs The As We Lrlxe It Club sponsored by Miss Meta Consoer enlrsts rn tts enrollment, puplls about the school who are especrally rnterested rn literary attarnments They haye focused therr efforts on the sale of War Bonds thus year 1 Jr ru lflw Club Board R lxrthan R u I Holmes C Amdal P Calderont ban rr Riu 2 Y Stauo C Cappr I 1 R lartdrltksnn C lxese lxrrthyotel sfdillllilg C 'Nlapuwskl lnmmermm I3 lJf.S1ya xlSS Rehm Ax ll e Llkl ll Rau I I Barker Pres R Hansel Calderon V Pres 'Nl Caccawarr Stockhsh B Oberhuber Rau 7 Xlarshment P Schmreger S Stern 'Nl Chones Secty R Claus N Hlal telln H Schroke Rou 3 Nlrss Con soer I Sojlca A Glass Treas A XX'rrg.,ht C1 Passerl Page Ill: Rau' I.' S. Bonclioli, V. P.. lf XX'asilewaski, Pres., D. Michel Treas., G. Amdal, Sec., H. Gund lack, Sgt. at Arms, j. Franklin, .I Castronovo, D. Vivona, Sandri. Rou' 2: R. l.aCost, A. Moscinski J. Kowalski, M. Cicszki. F. Bern hauser, R. Herrmann, M, Magad Mr. Downey, sponsor, I.. Preiss. j Hansen, j. Young, C. McLean, R. Scurto L. So'ka R Christensen, Q l - - A. Pettenuzzo. Rau' 3: R. Pagliai R. Loderhose. G. Skladzien, G Bayer, C. Fromm, D. Donegan, -I Vfatson, E. janck, C. Kowalewski XX". Reichman, lf. Jacobsen. Lunfli Room Poli: 1' Corning Down sfdifjf Rau' ls H Bochnik. rl. Hoffmann. l.. Fedro, l.. Ostrowski. C.. Potts, F. Kolinski. Rau' Z: A. Matanky, j. Nero, XX' Tanner. M. Slusinski. Mrs. Bert ling. R. Kandler. Rau' 3: R. liich staedt. F. Kennedy, B. Griswold, I.. Thomason, R. La Cost. Rou' 4: C. Lawrint. A. Vfalkey. Pay? I 66 SIGMA QUAD The Sigma Quad is a group of up and coming young men who make themselves generally useful about the school Mr. Downey has taken over the club this wear LUNCH ROOM POLICE Lunch Room police help to keep our pupils conscious of clean liness and order in the lunch rooms Mr Hcrrick and Mrs Bertling sponsor them. fa is. They Ne er Forget to Remember 0ur Boys RED CROSS CLUB The Red Cross Club rs an actne group these days They have charge of all Rea Cross Dru es They learn to make artncles that are useful rn carrng for the boys Thus year they haye attracted a great many young boys to therr ranks MISS Loulse VlCh0ff who herself IS ac tnely engaged rn Red Cross work IS the club sponsor and through her attryrty the members get the opportumty to go to many plates of interest Ru! Crows l pper Prfllne Paregrauml D Xkrssmg. XXf.st1n Nl Henne Rou I F irhmrder R lxane R Saevsert R Col rerman 'Nl MCBfldL I' Huseby Mrss Nrehoff Rau 2 'Nl Ilehrch A Vaccaro S Sechtcr 1 lxo hrlrnslu -X fhaban Kuccra j Wallace Nltrshmcnr R Chrnmcr M Hulseherg A Butter man H Sukman I Reach RHI from Hotlom Pnlme Rau I l Ruth Nl lrehrrh R SJLVCFI R lxanc Nl Nlrlirrde R Cmlttrman P Husthx Rau 2 B Nlarshmcnt P Sthmxdcr j lxuttrt XX rllacc Nl lxobelnnslu A Bmtrman r fnrtv U nu uumPn1ut R Sruurt X ID L R Cmlltrnlm 'lrcls Nl xlLHl"lKlL lhlcgru Nlxss Xlthoff Spun Nlll' f v ' y . . . . I L , ' - .V V . y Y . 7 7 A ' - V -, ' 5. . I I I 7, ji . Q A . - ' .' ..-' - , . r , .S ' . . 1 - ' T . . '.. 7' , l. ', .. , 1, .. . .1 ' - . . I 1 -, . . r, . ' '- ' -' - '-'.l . .A 'R . ..l" " . . , '- .r ' . ". . ' '-z.j. "1 ' '. r . ". . A ' ' . Rf! nf., fl-mr-, f- '1' . " . '. P., R, Ki e, Sc . - z . ittlr IuuuR1 nt 'Slum bl f irltls utr I ratloux I Nltm R C .1 Page' I 68 teady tage Hand Light the U her ay ASSEMBLY USHERS AND STAGE CREW Our E1SSLlT1l3llLS run xtrx smoothlx undtr tht vsatthful txts of tht Asstmhls Lshtrs Spettators art dtftlx guldtd to thtlr platts and ordtr IS lNdll1IdlI1LLl hx thtst hots undtr tht ahlt sponsorship of 'Nlr XX'.1lttr Htrrltlt Controlling tht hugt sxutthhoard moxxng tht spotlight adjusting tht mltrophont optratxng tht turtams art onlx somt of tht dllhtult tasks of thtst young mtn Mr amts Nloodx dots at good Joh of gllldlllg Il1LI'I1 111 l 1 1 Pit nn :ul N unt lt N tx l lottr Jmlmg D o tt xtr X ISILXNNI r lltrrltlx H 'Nlulth QS 1 U 9 ' , .'lHt'lPlf V IAIVLIQX- ffftf' V! Natl' .' 1.4 Prci s. H. C1 ll. h. C., .ltl.-.n. i. . It - ' host. R, Czullurm.ll'l. ll. Nllthclx. llrutl. A, Saks. ,3 ,Ut lj: . N l '. fa. Ii.1g . lk Y. 'l' li.. M . V lr, I 51.3 -tu-,. fultl A W f f c..1.l 11. . vi, J. nxt .1k.R. tnrk. 'f ll. I . ls U . ' 1 X , ,f Y- Q 4 Lu " Lvl A U 1 u.t.' A ,1 ft. V X, V! I' . - ,f Z! I I 7 I - ar, S 'S I' l Ni: ' , X Lenses Lend Lile vnseli eeeelno This able club, with its corps of trained operators, guided by Mr. Frank Frelich, is a necessary aid to class work. Through it we have access to the picture machine, phonograph, and radio. Instructive slides, films and records are available for the asking. VlSl'Al. l1IJl'CQATlON Rnu' 1'-"SE'dlL'lf.' S. Miller, H. Marshment. Shmd- ing: A. Saks, Mr. lirclith, M. fiaus. SeuIr':l.' j. Mason, R. Taylor. Rau' 2: R. Cioltermzm. li. Smith, R. johnson. R. Gorajewski, D. Nordhal. Rau' 3: Ci. Amdul. j. Kucera, B. Dunihuc. l l NATLYRALIST CLUB Stinzdingx I.. Bruhn, P. XX'ieland, M. Kopfer. D. Iden, R. Bailey, S. Fiducci, C. Borowski. R. Young, G. Fick, F. Scarpelli. H. Vinje, Mr. Miller, E. Kurgan, R. Reinel, XY. Thielmann. Front Table: S. Hartig, VU. Barker, G. Krell. C. Hamm. Buck Table: S. Hultgren. G. Potempzi, A. Rusin, j. Counihan. Officers of the club in pimel Io the left: Shirley Stein. Pres., Elsie Schmieger, Sec.. Doris Zimmerman, Treas. 'ATURALI T CL B Sponsored by Mr. julian Miller, the Naturalist Club members endeavor to advance nature study. Discussions on the new trends in biology are held. Field trips are taken in which plant life is studied. Requirements for membership are two years of science and a G average. Page I 69 Page I 70 Mr. Nlatiln-is Fitzgerald. principal. at- tepting Citation for the sthool pre- sented lay Miss Lyon nf the If S, Treasury department. Baby llliss tloes the unusual with 'lied diretting. The Drummer boy uses the lmck ot .1 chair .ts his drum. 200 Become 2,545,000 For the Fall the Fixit Club elected Sima Paloian, president, a routine pro- cedure. but not a routine president. ln December it is as decided to have a pay assembly. Admission would be given to those who bought any XVar Savings Stamps. Perhaps this would raise the sales to 5200. But the Lf S. Treasury Department support vs as sought. so a committee vs as appointed with Don Delniek, -Iohn Lau cewiez. as members, and Matilda Ottaviano as Chairman. A Hollywood star and a name were sought for a shoxx. admission being a Bond purchase. Mrs. Stein, president of the l'.T.A.. and Mrs. F. Mcifartltt, publicity chairman of l'.'I'.A., said that they would help us and on the promise of a show February 11, featuring Ted Weems and his Boulevard Room show at the Stevens, soon had over S150,000 of Bonds sold. That Brewster Boy cast. Mayor Kelly, john Keegan, hero of the Pacihc, Blind Date cast, Phil Maxwell, and Mr. Stewart, appeared in the show. Mr. Fitzgerald, our principal, becoming a sponsor of the club, now actively began to push the sales. XVithin one week the sales skyrocketed to 52,545,000 This is a record without equal in Chicagoland, and from all information obtainahle is a national record. Cfeniail 'lletl XX'C1:Il1N talks to the Bond Buyers. "The Andrew Sisters" tre.tte .1 riot of laughter. Cirtttelul dzmters l.iSLlI1.lIC the crtmtl. J' Page' I 71 Bond Drive at teimnetz G00 Over the Top Pago- I 72 A ben nf bC2lllliCN reads IU lilkk bond mrdcrs after rhu sham. Lyft lu Right: Nl. f,ll.lNl.ll1ll 1 ' N.. H l,f.,k..p..mU, lm. Smixh. VI. 'Immhull lf. Pruning. C. Nlutmiak. I.. Kurpim. IJ, In Sm . . S. P.1lui.m. XX'inncrN uf IhL' Blind Ihre wrlu.-xr .md mhgpumm rmdy tu lun- hir :hc liuulg-x.mi R1-1mm guru I.ffl lu riglvix R. liuhicn. Mr. R.1mwy, Mrs. Nidjrthy. A. Millur, I. Buukiuxxiu, 5, Skhllllt' R, C.ig.1.mtc. R. R.m1.1l, Nl. Nlalmu. u Y s, ,nu ,1 xl ml UI V Mrs. Lynn prucnu B. Ubcrhulwr with the tlhllilill tor the p 111 I img fr ll ld! to ls. n right: Sir. I5il1g.1cr.1ld, Mr. Stewart. john KL-cg.1n, hem mr! Ruim, ll.1g ln.1r'ux: R. in 1 R. Clrnsslxln. Hruu sur LJNI cmurmining the .nudicmu I' har UT! I' Rig! NI xi' I.mf! lv u Hlilllt S s 1 lux N111 lfixit uw ll nr IRI ax 1 Npnnwr Nlr nun L u N1 . be I..n r Vxtlhux Iltlgnriln prmupll with mnm rs wi L SLLFIHL UIIIITIIIILL funn: KKILXKILI lXl nu 144 D lhlnu N Pllu FI 'Q 'Eff B ILDI G THE BODY When shall we learn to turn swords into plowshares and spears into pruning forks? Competition with one's self to higher attain- ments, together with friendly competition with one's comrades, should be our aims. Peace will not grace our lives until we learn to give a wholesome outlet to the competitive spirit. In the recreat- ing and invigorating fair play of athletics, perhaps we may find the answer in some measure. M J' . . 10:9 4 ,, ,div .gy 1' " " f-f 1-ff' 527 , , -'?x'V1r'-' ,ga-f"-"" 1 . -- Rift' " ' ..'.1-iff?"-4..fT1iaf4?:5""' Niki , " ' ,.gmNlf,. K sf' ' v- xi!-1-I' -3 -X - 4' x X 4, ' 'x V.. 1 Q 2 " . ' 5 s 1 Q " g e' E " g K 1' Q "SL-. , -"9'svq,,. ' ' I 4 gh Jf'w A3?E'f5r 4 W f ' 3 I 'ii ggg., :I Z Q K- nl- gh: L ., f .Z Z.. ', .P 'Q - 51 J 434 ,el " F' J ' fl '- ,, 4' Q e ,J ' U 'N xii , "Q-31 13 -v f 3 1 A 'if Y. , aff ' -' 'Mr 1 .Z I K, I-:-.f'2f7'1Q--' Lf 'q..., , ' ' - -'Z ' ,-'Z?.,4 'AM . - "M 9 7, 'Q' ':iiy.Q.Ll- ,L ... " S , 1, P 1-as ll 'E . ff' Q fx-:ggi ,f,l.'-'A' f - " if 'Ff'ir"' I . Q, V , 1 IH- 31 I it -3 4 223.1 1 H 1., ' gf 'ff " ' 215,571-,., - I 13553 f , -l J r '-'ri f'1Q....5f' 1 1. 'ij ' ,55.A3'g' ' .Q . 'U 11.3" . K-fWQ.ff.,i f ' ' ,4ig3,552vHg . p s .,.'. ,Q , -' ,- w 1 , 5x'fiP.,A:1 ' Ziff? ' 1 E. , :fd ., , ' G' .1 1'ijjj4'..i.ZfZ if ' . 'EBL , A ' - , V 52,3-1 T S' YQ V -.,-,HQ , 5 Y f IT? 5 y'if 25 fwl ."-,.j - ,X If .Nw :"'- ,,. - J' ' Z ,- -nf. 3 . 1. 1 A-ch Af, A f 25,1 f-.. 2 4-1 . .' W '-fy.-.V-'mf' :,.,.,J52hv4,.-, . di vm 'Q 41 FOOTBALL TEAM Another year rolls by, and the good old team still is a credit to its School. The crowds that follow it show that the good old spirit never dies. Cold days and wet ones, ones thick with mud and rain, the boosters fill the grand stand and cheer the boys on to victory. The Streaks, coached by Mr. Herbert Thompson, are inspired by their Captain, Bob Toson, a comely, genial fellow of no small weight. Yea, Steinmetzl and three Rahs for the lively, vigorous cheerleaders that faithfully pep up the crowd and make the "PEP" meetings something to long be remembered. No team is complete without its happy hearted "pepper uppers." CQHFFR LEADERS Slinnliug, Luft lo Right: B. Ramant. H. Oherhuher, I.. Stencil. M. Logothetti. Kmftfling. Ld! lo Right: XY. Hefner, H. Mulch. H. l'l17NS. ': 7: ?-,,,f.jf"' ., U vifawx., kim, 3. 3 Rau' 1: G. Arosen, l.. Martin, ll. Lausth, R. Taylor, R. Toson, R. Pear- son, R. Scharfe, R. Bielawa, I.. Kos. H. Canudeo, li. XX'ilk, R. Casterton, R. Knphn, D. Ohman. Rou' Z: j. Bullotk, Ci. Kotars, j. Ciehringer, K. Arntzen, R. lzmer, j. Mitsch, j. Davey, M. Zinner, H. Fieri. XV. Balk, L. Cloudy, A. Koepple, H. Hamm, M. Lixorsi, E. Ringstad. Rou' 3: A. Pascis, XV. Stanger, H. Thorgerscn. M. Ottaviano. I.. Pearson. G. Swegles, F. johnson, C. Hintz, R. Noxak. R. XX'isher, XV. Erickson, H. Kuhlman, D. Shepley, R. Schuldes, Ci. janikowski, E. Martin, G. Shanel, VU. Lentz, E. Volker. VU. Baylian, N. Mitchell, Coach Thompson. Yeah! Steinmetz! How that familiar cry rings out when practice days come round in the fall of the year. The uniforms are heavy and the sun is boiling down most unrelentingly, but what's the difference to these players who never stop to listen to aching muscles or to fear the game may be another team's prize. Whether it's win or lose, the team always wins in the hearts of its boosters. What a record for this year of 1944-45? The team was victorious over Senn, Benton Harbor, Foreman, Marshall and Harrisong then came a tie with Kelvyn Park and Crane. Tuley alone brought down their defeat. But the fighters were always undaunted and undismayed. But Lady Luck plays no favorites with skill and when the next season dawns again, the good old team will once more come forth with renewed vigor and determination to bring home to its beloved school the laurels that it so longs for. Pago' I 77 The Game Wlth Ba ket Full of Fun Nlr uhus Laltm as the coach of both the Semor and umor teams The boys have vs orked hard and haxe been anmous to put themselx es 1n the lead They hawe had thexr share of vunnlngs, but they wont be satlsfied untnl thes try for the thampxonshxp Sexerson T0bOlllx Sundqunst, Kovs al Busa and Donatelln helped roll up the store I the umor lmeup Cox, Fahy Stemke and Paxone helped to chalk up a respectable looking store The boys enjoy the tompetxtxon and the exeruse that they dernve from the game BASlxl TBAII Sl NIORS l lt 1 lk I1 on Lmum 3 oemg, ll I1 71 Don ut IU I ml N on ln r mon. Nl o wo 1 ou lirlutr lx 51 xrtlt H lxoln. l Sunclqulst tstus O Nl nelson Rau 3 R D1 axon tr llus NI N mln ,.-1 NlxllliXll ll NIL N I V174 IUIHI L 11 TIL I 0 'Urn oxtnu ou li Nttn R Pohls run rll yu 3 rmophtr C t In lxltdnk 1 I X Pugc I 78 O 'V v i . . h Y , . -, ' ' , ' ' . n J ' ' 1 . V, . V , 1.4. Coz -1 I.. -in. , f 1. I. f R 1' '. "il ilu' l.ll.' H. 1 Alli. Rr ' ,- D. Kc .l. F. fevcrs . li. .A 'c - A '. j. Bu 1. CQ. Tl l'k. R ' 2:48. S Rrpk .,. L .A. A. I . ll' -'fx . QFUC: ' j. G4 l. .IQ Berg- . 'l'. I ' cr.. .l whl- ' , X? J . 9 n it lu. .- .. , 1 mj ' 1, f ll, c.....h Llkm. lm. llen Ro lx O, lin Alll T. Paxone, Y. if A- - I R J: wks, . ' ki.I- 1 K tl-X, I.. IJ . ,l. ci 'fm R - .- Jn, ' ch' -. ..slAn'.o. . y K.-la K J xx' -1 . P, lfnh, TQ -f. , K . ,A maxima ometimes The Make It, emetimes The Delft During the school year when the basketball season is in swing, Steinmetz has many pupils from other schools here to witness the games. There is a fine feeling of good sportsmanship among all the spectators and the audience is thrilled with the fast move- ment of the players as they earnestly endeavor to score baskets for the team. The pictures here display the enthusiasm of the crowd and the interesting positions the players get themselves into as they compete for the championship. Page 179 l'jlfIl'1' lrfl pit-rm-if. Coarlr: Mr. Ruzicka. Pontarclli, R. Braucr. O. Madsen. H. Kolzc, Kennedy. A. Damiani, Peacetime Pa time Hurling ew Victorie Twice winners of trophy awards, Steinmetz team in past years have placed our school on top in the high school baseball world. This year Coach Ruzicka and his team of 1945 hope to bring home another trophy and city championship. The players are masters of the rules and champions of fair play 1 and good sportsmanship. We regret that this has to go to press before the games begin. War, you know. ln Y In Action: Charles ' Perchak, all around , . , athlete. BA5liHAl.L 1 l:AM Sealed: R. Banks, H. Schillmocller. KllC't'li!1g.' T. R. Livermore, j. Bnchzrr. li. Scverson, Slumliug: R. Pascus, R. Cunniff, N. Rosasco, D. Seralini, ll. H. Ford. BASEBALL TlfAlNl XVITH TROPHY Lower left pirlure Lefl Io Rigbl: H. Ford, T. Pontarelli, D. Ken nedy, H. Kolze, R. Brauer, FI. Bachar, H. Schill moeller. C,ulrlwing.' R. Brauer, j , sf rs I Q ' Q 4'l , Bulliug: Bachar. in . .W ll' I x 7 it ,i. l , Y A S., xx x Page I 80 4 1 X temmetz Water liable Take a Spla, h Our svummers are proud to present to thelr school the follovs mg figures In the quadrangle meet, Sternmetz 26 pomts, Aust1n 21 Amundsen 17 Kelsyn Park 8 The meet vuth Crane shows Stemmetz 41 Crane 25 'Iaft Stemmetz 23 to 43 Wlfh Stemmetz nn the lead In the Cnty Meet our boys took thnrd plate and vue are proud to hate them among the arlstocracy 1n the svummmg vxorld They well deserse that annual party gn en by thelr sponsor, Mr Haslncek, at hrs home BOXS SWIM Rau I R Belho F ohnson L Telnsthovs R Rrslau R Bcetmft C Vseunmn R Christensen Mgr Rau 2 R Sklba T Hned Pellxctom R Callahrese B bhostak j Sereda T Toomex A Class H Bochnxk j C-eorg.,en P Ruzo Rau 3 C Moen D Sadouskx C Smith R Oller D Blgmg K Arntzen V Buhrke R Corrado M Zmner R Wrlk Mr Nl I' Hawlltek C1 Baxer A Anderson F Fnester Captam 7 7 r v' . ' , ' - ' 7 7 , . . Y . v ,', . ' , . 1 S, . ., . ' , . ' . 1. . . '. ,X ,. . . " ' 'V' ' ,'- . ' ,. , . ,. , . ,. s -1-- . ",. .,.. ,. . PO5Tl'RIr CONTEST XYINXIERS B. Runmt. Lieske. A. lhrretl, A. Wright, P. Mastinclregl. A. Lysfjord. li. Hurt, -I, l.o3'us. M. Bilsso, H. johnson. POSTI 'RF CONTESTANTS Rau' I.- C. Binrism. M. Perry, R. Hari. M. Pilch. j. Grimm, I.. Ciullicksen, I.. Kirempke. J. johnson. M. Galluzzo. Rau' 2: A. V4'right, E. Ham- mer. P. Mnsrundrea, B. Raman. J. Lieske, M, Basso. M. Cree,- ier, A. Lysfjord. A. Engwell, M. Fletcher. j. Raimondi, P. Viurst. Rau 3: N. Ambro- sine, R. Vernon, H. johnson, D. Saar. j. Lohus. j. Loder- hose, N. Kilinnik. lf. Grezlili, A. Burrell. H. Huebner, M. lmonelti. lf. Dixon. ......, ...-,...A....,.-L -- If You Wi h to lenderize, Join the G. A. A Miss M. Hoffman and Miss M. Coddington serve this year as sponsors of the G.A.A. Health and good sportsmanship are the slogans for the members. The G.A.A. Board have definite responsibilities placed upon them, namely to arrange for contests and awards and special ragr- 1 nz activity days. ,FA XYINNERS IN THE COSTTUNIE PARTY Lppfr left pirlnrer L. Dunn. V. Furlan, j. Anderwn. FALL G.A.A. BOARD: Ccnfcr right picture: L. Stencel, Vice Pres., R. Gustnfwn, Sec.. A. Arnrzcn. Pres., j. Pauun, A. Brevik, M. Lngmhcui, A. Srjernherg Rau' 2: C. Thompson. M. Tavitiun, M. Malme, A. Lysfjord, C. Tuvitian Rau' 5: V. XY'iehking, L. Morherg, D. XX'eaver, L. Smrz. BOVVLINCQ C.-XPTAINS Center lefl pirllzna' G. Hnrrncu, H, Meyer, P. Fuchs, ll. Tamhurino D. Gullickscn, A. Arntzcn, M. Mnlmc, Ciulinn, S. Marsiglin, M. Par laturc, H. Srcfnnsky. l"fn1fgra1nnl.' Cf. Thnnmpson. SPRING G.A.A. BOARD Bollom left pirturv. Rau' 1: L. Morherg, L. Srencel, M. Malme. A Lysfjnrd. Rau' 2: R. Drifrman, P. Kurth, M. Liehich. N. Henry, M Pnrlumre, C. T'1lYiIi1ll'1, C. XY'umlcnck, j. Parton. Rau' if M. Tavilian H. Ruhcck. Miss Coddington. F. Larson, A. Brevik, J. Taylor, C Thompson, B. XY'iebking, A. Logmhetti. N. Tucker, C. Thomp- son, N. Alfred, B Schaeffer, E. johnson. Page I 8 1 GIRLS' GYM LEADERS CLASS Down: E. Kurgan, R. Biowski, L. Buczkiewicz, R. Aromi, M. Quilico, B. Rebschl, M. Malme. Left of ladder: A. Arntzen, j. Taylor, j. Pon- tone, A. Chahan, A. Annihaldi, M. Klein. Rigbl of ladder: G. Hartnett, B. XVoodworth. M. Par- latore. E. Ewert, A. Amundsen, I.. Bailey. Forc- gromzd: E. Farr. The athletic girl is attractive and healthy. If you don't think so, take a good look at the young ladies pictured before you in all sorts of positions and doing all kinds of stunts on all types of apparatus. They get to see the world up side down and inside out, and they enjoy it. Ci. l ww .irou ski. IJ, f,louston. N, 'I Jrpin- .IL .. . L' ll. . . ' lmthuk. fx1wiski,lJ. Schu Nl Rusin. DI. l'nrul1. l Admission into the Girl Leaders' Class depends upon how you excel in your regular gym classes. If you are exceptionally good and also inter- ested in making greater progress you will be invited to take part in special exercises of all kinds. Miss G. Rolence is the sponsor. Page' 185 err Mermaid assing lor a u ical Sw' XYATIE R PAO PANT Rau' I: CQ. Rigoni. M. Malone. I.. Stencel. D. Ciullickson, D Kelly, B. Veskauf. F. Larson. Rou' 2: N. Alfred. A. Stritzel, A. Bartel. j. Gerhard. M. Schroeder. Ci. Hartnett. Rau' in Kennedy, M. Shumicki, D. Taylor, IF. johnson, D. Starr, N. Schelmer. Hand Stand Dire: Janice Olson. Iianry Di1'er's.' C. Tavitian, I.. Charles. Burk Dire: Olson. Circlt' pit'- lurr, Ltft Io Right: ll. Kelly, j. Olson. M. 'I'axiti.rn, j. l'n- ruh, Ci. fiilllllillkl, ll. Crullickson, C. Rigoni, C. Thompson. M. Malone, lf. Larson. M. Sthroe der. Nl. Shumicki. G. Hartnett A. liartel. D. Taylor. D. Suar. N. Alfred. Ki. Tasitian. Inmr cirtlv, Lef! lu Rigltl: li. Yes- kauf. A. Stritzel. li. johnson. M, Rusin. M. Logothetti. N Sthelmer. 17. Ribathult, l.. Sten- cel. l.. Strai. l.. Charles. Ger- hard. Nl, Kennedy, Y. licltrtster. Pago' I IHS Only swimmers who pass try-outs are permitted to join the Water Pageant class directed by Miss G. Rolence. The objectives are: to increase skill and interest in swimming, to co-ordinate swimming with music. to learn to swim with music, and to develop creative ability in originating ballet numbers. We ....-13.12 . If V NN teinmetz Pauses to alute It R. 0. T. . RH,lNIkNTAI. STAFF QSPRINCIJ Lcfl Io rigbi-Rau' 1: Salach. S Bundioli. C. McLean. P. Cangelusi. VV. Rcichman. Rau' 2: A. Paus. N, Formellu. Cf. Amdul, R. MacLean. j Hbrdtgarl. l'k0f4'gY0lHl!l.' I.. Vfysugki. PERSONNEL Cnrpurul Dufkuurth. Miss Dicrk fllrnlmurj Jlcnlfnrl. ID, Nliuhcls, .I lirud. R. Slyhilski. RPLIM liN'I'Al. S'l'.-Uflf Ui-Kl.I.j Lal! In rigfwl-Run' 1: D. Might-ls, WI. Bmd. R. Sfyhilski. Rau' 2: Snliuh, XY. Rcinhmun, P. Cnngclusi. I.. Pro.-iw, H. Sdmbcrt. Ron' 3: Html, Cl. Am- dnl. N. liurmcllu. l'kll1'U4Ql'lIlH11I.' Lur- pural lluckwurth. Page' I U7 CLASS lNS'l'Rl'C.TlON lst l.t. Saks, Sgt. lx '. . gins, Pvt. Ln Burg. Corp. lfcnwit Sgt. Rhino. Hi There! Keep Your Eyes on That Target RIFLE SQVAIJ Lt. Col. Brod. Lt. Clrmsklas. Lapr, Brtndioli S Sgt. Ctrrwn, Sgt. Tuni- wn, Sgt. Httnncnmn. lst Sgt. Sle- mk, Pxt. Higgins. Rau If PH. l..l Burg, Corp. S.rl.lth. linrp, Rus- suvs. T 53.:t. Brand. 5 Sgt. Mitkus. 'li Sui. Sturm, Corp. fh.rmlserl.1in, lsr Sgr. 1 .rsrrnmntt Payv IIHI CLASS INSTRUCTIO Various types of instruction form a part of the training of the R.O.T.C. boys. Topography of certain countries are studied in connection with maneuvers. Boys are extremely interested in it. RIFLE SQUAD It takes a keen eye and a steady arm to qualify for thc Rifle Squad. Add to these, continued practice and per- i severance and you have a good chance to become one of the crack shots. gf mxl A Read to Accept Thelr Uncle l PRS CllB n ltatlen Lppfr Plrfurt Rau I Nlajor Szshllskt xidllll' Nluhels fpl Duckworth mtl mstruttor Sgt ful Brod Vapor Paghan Capt Salath Rau 2 Bondmlx Capt N1cLean Capt XXXSOCICI Ca C ulterman Rau 3 lat Lt 7nd It R nan Capt Lode h pt SHWILRI I. Gmssklas 1 elchman 'nd r use C. t NlcAleer st Lt Sklad Lt 'Nhller 7 HP Lt Saks 1 uen lst lt P nd It He PK lxFlJ P st relss 7nd Lt From rrmann I AIIIOON Lauer PILH fre Captain Nkxsotkn Ru I Capt Bnndmll Cpl Herdlgan Cpl Rmsmx Cpl Senf 'I Sgt Scurtu lst Lt Prenss lst It NlcAlecr Cpl Schubert Pxt 311.1 arthx Sgt Hanneman Rau 2 lst Sgt Sluak Pxt Ia Berg Sgt Tunmm Sgt xIlLkUS Kpl Nlagnusun lst Lt Grossklas Pxt Romano Cpl Cyenuk Sgt Stahlman Rau 3 Sgt Vdnkrent lst Lt Cmlterman S Sgt Carson Cpl Wallace Pxt Klecamp Pvt. Schultz, Pvt. Htggms. lst Sgt. Castrunoum III Sgt Brad t Lt rn f- .' : 1' . 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' 4 y, U X I n , , v A V A: K l . v - ' 'Q , A - J ' 1 1, r-.J I w. A ' ' ' 1,1 413 1,1 ' . . a - A 4, 1' 4 " ' - A 4 . A 1 4 . ','V A A ? D at ,Af A wg , , ' . -,I 3 - , ' ' ls , H 5 A , N. . - ' - " - up , I - 1 ' Q g- A U in - . - A ' 'Tl ' i L' 7-"9 it ' in I W x .. il I U , I-1 . V it In I ' A ' 1 I - A 1 P I -"- s ' - . I - X A . ' A ' w s A WH' M . ' . 4 ' O , ' ' A ,547 1 l ' ' . I ' , A." Q I . . 4 . I V--'A' I- . . 4 .41 1 1 il A WaA A Meek Little Rookie Seen to Be Hardened Page I 92 CO. lf l'.0f4.gl'UIH1zl,' S. liondioli. Capt. Co.-Corn.. R. Ciolterman, lst l.l.g IJ. llayis, lst l.t. Rau I: R. Petersen, R. Rasmussen. ll. Siiurnmnn. C. Powell, Ci, Ciruhha, Petrieh. Rau 2: A. l'let'krn.in. A. Nlodrleiewski. R. Ciallagher, Ci. lfreemiin. R. jorpeland. R, Netler, Raul if XY. Marxer. nl. Xoyak. li. Hensel. P. Sc.irdin.i. R. Peterson. T, Kowaltfyk. Ran' 4. lf. Ciual.ino. N, Komelli. R. Jennings, XY. Otlean. R. Ciodewski, ll, liartsth. Rau' 5: lf. Heinenmn. C. Meyer, R. Linel D. Sprigings, ll. Kruse, l.. Olsen. Rau' 6: XV. Saunders. F. Murphy, lf. Kennedy. H. Slezal-Q, NlcYey. C. Nuttio. Rau' -.' ll. Blair. R. Yoida. Ci. Pristhing. R, XYilli.irns, nl. Morris, A. leindertker. Rau H: R. Kohlhaas. R. CQ.is.tti. D. Disney. R. Nl.l.lss. I.. llapienski. VI. Riuo. Rau' 'lg lx Reedsrroin. R. X.in Xooren. ll. l,esthm.inn. ll. l..llTlll. ll. Kulisth. ilorpg A. Paus. 'li Sgt. The Reserve Ollicers' Training Corps at Steinmeu has had a steady increase in mem- hership for the past several years. The hoys seem to realize that the strict discipline and the rigorous training that they undergo as members of this organization. are in keeping with what they meet when they are called for training in the Armed Forces of their country. This fact prohahly accounts for the increased enrollment. Corporal Duckworth has been their leader for the past two years. R. 0. T. C. Band Accentuate the Positive The Band is an essential part of the R.O.T.C. unit. It accompanies the outfit wherever it goes to supply the "old spirit." When the boys are on parade, they keep step with the rhythm of the band. If the American Legion needs music, they call upon the R.O.T.C. boys to furnish it. When the civic organizations in the community need patriotic demonstration for their programs, the boys are there to produce it. So one can readily see that these fellows do more than their bit to help school spirit, stir patri- otism, foster cooperation-and all cheerfully and well done. Mr. Feldman is their sponsor. R.O.T.C. BAND FUf6gV0lli1lllOHll'L'fI.' A. Burgstrom, R. Schmidt. Rau' I: A. Larson, H. Wfing, G. Arosen. L. Stamper, R. Anderson. F. Brown. Rau' 2: j. Peterson. B. Bergquist. D. Schmidt, ll. Shepley. R. Marx, j. Mall. Rou' 3: G. Kleinschmidt, W. Vorman, XV. XVahl, H. Schwendau, B. Colan- tino, H. Nelsen. Row 4: A. Nelson, S. Holmes, E. Arneson, XV. Tanner, j. Harlin, R. Birn- baum. Row 5: j. Sloan, j. jerger, j. Arden, R. Obermayer, R. Maass, A. Hasselman. Rau' 6: D. Zieker, R. Bye, T. Pethes, G. Smetters, R. Paulsen, R. Szczepanik. Rau' "x W. Kaczmarek, V. Buhrke, E. Volker, V. Wcmlff, P. Nelson, B. Wfilson. Rau' 8: R. Muczynski, R. Ziemer, R. Veil, R. Conklin, E. Patronski, G. Nelson. COLUR DETAIL Arise all ye young Steinmetzers and stand at attention-Old Glory is passing hy, raised on high with its companion Steinmetz han- ner of silver and green. Proudly, securely, majestically they are held by our stalwart young R.O.T.C. boys. The occasion is a sol- emn one, and the entire audience feels the seriousness of the moment. May these young men always be as proud of our Hag as they are now as they proceed to present the colors. l4l.Ab l7li'l',-Xll. Left lo riglvl: R. Carson, Slezak, G. Skladzien, R. Vfright. l"fn'cgm1u14l.' R. Scurto. TRICQK SQVAD Left lu riglvl: H. Schubert, I.. Vfysucki, H. Ciundlack, D. Davis. C. Mclean, ll. Michels. R. Gross klas, Hrod, R. Szyhilski. l. Preiss, R. Goralski. l'iUfL'gP'Ulllll!,' j. Brod. TRICK QUAD As the name denotes this lineup of R.O.T.C. celebrities are selected as outstanding because of the eliiciency that they have attained in doing tricky exercises either on the march, at a run or at a standstill, with the sword or without it. Sharp ears, keen eyes and sure actions play an important part in the way in which they execute their quick and intricate movements. Such training makes fine, alert material for Uncle Sam's army. Pagv I 95 Paqa l'Hn e er a Dull Moment Within It Wall The xear of 1945 has been a busx one at Steinmetz Most of the exents haxe been centered on the Wfar effort Because the Annual had to go to the engrax er so earlx it xx as impossible to do justice xxith apologies for the missing ones October caught us folloxxing thc Football Team and honoring C olumbus, 'Noxembcr xx as the month for the Thanlcsgixing collection and Armistice Dax obserxance December brought out the Carolers and the traditional Christmas tree in the foxcr januarx brought on Graduation and the inexitable marlcs 1 . Hu' ,K ., K :t K- Q 4 "J J ' e A x, l f 0 0 , f , , ' , to our many activities. Some of the outstanding ones are mentioned, ' 1- l v 1 1 - - 1 1 -- ' -' - 1 v ' 4 A - . aoovo 50000 IOOOO 44hv4INJ1lJIlI1VFf lJ'NhlIKll I'lJlilJ 5065 BY DI ION GROUPS 5l96 5021: A099 5099 Q9 7599 45 98 N l W Every Day IS Fllled Wlth ome ew Actlvlty Washrnbton and Lincoln came rnto the prcture rn February and the Bond Show gaxe rt a finrsh March bleu rn one of the papcr drncs and the school got rnto the moues Aprrl accented Pan Amerrcan Day yshrle May featured the Sonbsters and our belosed dead heroes une ended rt all vsrth the prom and the vs elcome markmg perrods agam Many other exents took place but lack of space and trme prewents us from enumeratrng, them but no one yull deny that Sternmetz rs a very busy place Page I 97 y I y , 525' A , . . V , ' " . 93 7 ix' --50 f - U N - 4029- F- X resolve w v -gg 42022 W xg L- -. Qifif --NO - 0 ' 54 5-2 V 5"l 6-2 7-I C I C I C . Y . Q i . . . v, v v ' y Y v . 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